The Panama American

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

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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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Hoperange

Bags Soy;

'''Crewmen aboard the .British .freighter Hoperange to to--
- to-- day Yer 'h'ft'" and bagging some 7780 tons of oy
, beans that; remain aboard the fire-gutted ship which
.) originally carried a load of 9000-tons. ', '
V The 61 71 -ton ship,' now .dockid at Pier 14 In Balboa
'vmaVjeav within a week for Galveston', Texas after ar.

J rangements are completed tor it to De ioweq were py jne
" Moran Salvaee' Company of New York.. .; -w

- v Wilford and McKay: agents for the ship said today

i -'::that $hey Were waiting for
i the long tow job to Texas.

" v Meanwhile,' the 439 it. long ves-

v. Sel was being cJeanea up oi
? v.tiooDi m. a iir which occur-

t red while- the ship wag outside of

-V Balboa waters. 3
::'.f Tkid uiaPk 137(1 ton of SOY beBDS

r' '-were tatien oitme vessev'td

: dumped 'at DiaDio. 5 -V't-.The
rest of the cargo is being
. l, ut into bags lso it ,wul not rou
s J around on the ship, according to
'..:' kaaril today nvlpina

Vl ''mimmh1- ub the ship. Th thtr 20 4

' u .till t the ; CoroiaJ lmm
J gration Station pending lntrM
'i 'is from tho owners as to their,
f Repatriation-back to-'England,...
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rUSAFJu;p!ie$ :
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t i PARIS, Aprfl 20 (UP) A partial
' denial by the VJ&. Air Force of re-
- ported larger scale thefts from
1 bases in Morocco apparently has
'lent Credence her to charges that
k. American military supplies f J n d
their way to the Algerian rebels
. Normally Pro American and
fight wing 'Aurore: noted today
1 u.f iu At Force statement tUd

lLs tot repeat-wtidenylironic thrfts
" k., nnrii't from Mo-.

' toccaa bases. jy)v?.:t''" A"'s'
" j ffarUrr this veek French presB
! 1 Mrt charged that 70 .trucks had
- -' disappeared from American Moroc Moroc--
- Moroc-- can bases during the. past three
years and that many had been de-
' 1 fiered to Army of Liberation forces
in the almost uninhabited, wilder wilder-'
' wilder-' ness of south Morocco. - J
U.S. Air Force officials at Wies Wies-i
i Wies-i baden, Germany countered by say say-!
! say-! ing that only 18 vehicles had been
1 reported missing from Nouasseur
I "Air Base in Morocco since the first
' : of this year.,,' ;. v:.Vt'::':-',
I Zone:Red:Crp''!
!' Issues Appeal l"?
j For Used Clothing
, 1 ', . As appeal to Pacific side resi-
f denta for used clothing pf aU
, kinds wag Issued today by tne
I :. 'canal Zone chapter of the Amer-
L lean Red Cross. The clothing,, for
; i men. women, and children, is ur-
J gently needed by the chapter for
distribution to needy persona
, Red Cross personnel will be
( -- 1ad to call for the clothing if
' donora will telephone Balboa

3669 or Balboa 3682. Donors may
also deliver their contributions
directly to the- chapter office at
Building 0610-Rt GaUJard-Highway,
Ancon. v. .
Let's 'face It
T . .. .....
'NEW YORR7 April 20 (UP) -A

Wnrljlott; ha, appealed hi. convic-

otind on tin. iweot uown on. a
-branch bank office last night and
seized a very surprised Sam Mu Mu-uet,
uet, Mu-uet, whi was complacently sweep sweeping
ing sweeping the floor .:. t ,.
.r.,r.'.. ,h.nHinn
tied around his face when he sweet
because he has hay tever ana u
dust irritates his nostrils.

Three Castaways Have Lost

4 Being; practically shipwrecked
twice in ten days seems almost
too much for them so sav three
crewmen off the British freight freighter
er freighter Hooeranee.
Today thev felt they had got gotten
ten gotten into enouen hot water or
' cold, if you consider the circum circum-atances
atances circum-atances to last them all year.
" Steward Pat Kell. now back on
his tn-fated snlo. recounts his
version of a trip that started
out as a loy ride last nieht and
turned Into a niehtmsxe:".
We lust went for a ride with
-three Navy fellers last nisht.
and ran on some rocks. The shiD
took uo a lot of water and we
swam to shore tust as the boat
was eoinc down
Kell cla'rr.s the? were jpome jpome-where
where jpome-where "off a eo!f course." and
when he. two ether Koteranee

crewmen, and thrte Nav? men-sources revfals
fia?pd down the fm ear thev:lark of tfata:

saw. it turned out to be a Pana-
n-.a po"ce cr.

VI sis men were taken to tne

the tug to arrive here to start
'.',."' '."',' 1
A Panama Canal chemist check
ing over the cargo today said that
everything seemed to toe' safe and
tree irom tire hazard.
The Fire- Department was still
maintaining a lire watch on board
the ship which was .ravaged by
tire two weexs ago.-
(Z Police Hunt
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Two Gi Escapees
Front Kobbs MPs
1 Police authorities in the Canal
Zone today are searching for two
soldiers wno escaped ti om mili military
tary military police custody while ; on ,a
work aetau at t. Clayton. ? 4
The soldiers,- Pyts. John D.
Nichols, 'and Russell Drink water
were oeuig neia. oy tite Army tor
inai on cuarges 0 auegedy oeing
absent without leave.
'ine prisuiieis rau- into the jun
gle ana escaped from; the custo custo-uy
uy custo-uy ot police wmle they were wont
ing Jn a DacK area 01 ii, uayton
at 7:45 this morning. '
A spokesman for H.Q. USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB said today that a search par
ty had been organized and was out
looking for the escapees. r
, Both men are attached to Com-
pany G if jth 20tH nfantry Regi-
ttj2lrfas Goodf
ClilncepfGclH
Dfllcr-Dn
' CAM TTTAM !lm-n 9fl .TTP'
wj)r; Paul Dudley White, heart
specialist, said today that cellist
Pablo Casals,' 80, had a very good
chance of recovering from ; the
heart attack he suffered Tuesday
and of resuming nig active musi musical
cal musical life--, i.-ij.- U'V,
WlillAtiirhii n.m I.Ma"ttf HhA fi.
quest of Gov. Luis Munoi Marin,
examined (Jasals : twice.- -t
After the. first examination he
diagnbsed a mildly severe .coron .coronary
ary .coronary thrombosis, similar to the -one
suffered by. President tisennower
in' September 1955.. White wag a
consultant during the President's
illness. Y.':i-Ti.;,-:- ; v-i
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-Following the second and more
thoroueh examination. White said
that barring any complications
within the next 10 days the music
ian would be able to resume ais
usual activities., S- : v
LoMottaAppeoIs ;
vfonyictionl'
On Morals Charge
MIAMI (UP Former, middle middleweight
weight middleweight boxing Champion Jake La-
into prostitution.
Lamotta posted $1,000 bond in
court of crimes Thursday, the
deadline for the appeal. The boxer
was sentenced to six months in
.UaU and a $500 find, but will re-
main free on bond pending hear-
' "j'T
probably In two or three months,
Panama Jail where they were
held for about one hour and
then bailed out by the Houe Houe-ranae'a
ranae'a Houe-ranae'a akiDDer. Capt W. Sin Sinclair,
clair, Sinclair, who returned the trio to
the shno. '
- But from this point on the
ttory becnm to acquire an aura
of mvtttrji. Neither Kell, nor
the other two crewmen. Lei'
lie fetherbridoe. second cook,
or Harold Levitt, chief stew--ard.
tnow the name of the
boat which thn feel either
sank or was enabled. Nor do
thev know the name of the
owner andi their two other
comtanions on the midnight
jaunt
Thev left a Zone tier at 7:30
at nisht. and landed In the Pan
ama Jail at 3:20 a.m.. they saidH
today.
A check with various official
the folkrwina
Navv Operations "We cannot
ipaM out anv Information, we're

inot authorized."

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Suggests Joint

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' SP3 R6NA1D FRENCH looks on, as Mrs. Joseph Grills, a registered nurse, shows Pvt. Charles
Albers how to care for: babies during a class at the Tort 'Amador ; Service Club. Soldiers at
the .post, volunteered to pperate a nursery early Easter Sunday morning at the Service Club, so
that parents of small children may attend the sunrise service on the beach near the post'
chapeL The nursery i is scheduled to be open at 5:30 a.mV and will have a -registered nurse
n,en a f v. vnl,mtior. Btfpnfinnt.n flrnrrilriff tn Mm Ret.t.v Haherst.iplf.-clnh director.

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Two Easter sunrise services will
be held tomorrow at Bs.m.: on
the Pacific side on the beach o o-verlooking
verlooking o-verlooking Panama' Bay near the
chapel at Fort Amador,' and on
the AtlanUc Side at the Fort Davis
goif club. ;;,;w:'4-
"The military Service at Fori A A-mador
mador A-mador will be sponsored by ,the
combined Protestant chaplains of
the Army,- Navy and ;Air Force.
The Isthmian Jteligious Workers
Federation is sponsoring the spe special
cial special service at Fort Davis.'; The
service at Fort Amador 'will be
broadcast live over CFN.'
Chaplain (Col.) Robert,?.. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. U.S. Air Force,-chaplain of
the Air University at Maxwell Air
Force Base, Ala., will.be the guest
speaker at Fort Amador. .Chap .Chap-lfin
lfin .Chap-lfin T vte. one of two remaming
chaplains in the service' who sur
vived 42 monins oi vuiuu
panese prison camps-during WorW
Warll, will speak on "The; Christ
of the EmptyTomb.; i
Music wUl be furnished- py'-lhe
combined 79th army and 776ih
Air Force Bands with a chorus of
over 150 voices from various mili military
tary military chaples aBd Canal Zone com community
munity community churches. ' i
Te- service club at Fort 'Ama 'Amador
dor 'Amador will operate a nursery for
children of all ages. -:
' CHICAGO, April 20 (UP)--Flrst-
grtder Joey Gomoixa Jr. unea m
first Salk polio vaccine shot" so
much he sneaked back into toe
Mark Twain elementary school for
a second one. ... '
" Joey, 6, told astounded nurses
that- he "liked the feel the cot cotton"
ton" cotton" on his arm. .They said it wont
hurt him.
Their Shipwreck
Army We know nothing a a-bout
bout a-bout this."
Panama Canal Customs: "We
have no information about a
sunken ship. A small yacht did
come tn here yesterday and tied
ud at the Balboa Yacht Club,
that's all we know. The name of
the boat was 'Joseph and Ceci Cecilia.'
lia.' Cecilia.' and it -listed a crew -of
three."-'- ".'.'.":..-
Balboa Yacht Club ""Joseph
and Cecilia." P. Smilt. said:
"Nothing-,Xctened to my ship."
Panair.v Police "Severe A A-mericanr
mericanr A-mericanr ,iree Naw men and
three Me. ihant Marine sailors
were picked uo by police of Ca Calls
lls Calls 13 (near the water) but a
Nary shore patrol came And
ricked them up and too them
away. We kept no record."
Kavy spokesman "The Shore
Patrol sav they thoueht they
were all British bovs off the
Hrioeranae. None rf our men in involved,
volved, involved, so far as they know

' I THE INVESTIGATION Of t A Il ' LI '

i3anrdt?f Serviced jet';

At Fort Davis,' Chaplain fLt.
Cmdr.) Marshall fcv Brennar
man from Coco Solo Navy Iim
will talk : on the subjt "The
Risen Saviour fend You."! Music
forth sunrise-, service will be
provided b)( tha 40th Army Band
and choral oreup. In the event
of j-ahv the service will be held
In .the Fort Davis post theater1,
' Othe Easter: Services Will also
be conducted. At- Fort Amador,
Catholics will hold the Mass of
Resurrection at. midnight tonight.
Regular Sunday morniig, mass
will be held at 8:30 a.m. For Pro Protestants,
testants, Protestants, Sunday school; will-meet
at 9 a.m... and regular ; church
serviceswill be conducted t .10
.m. .'."'"'-,'1'' ,-' ..-.j C.1.,'.'.':
At Fort Clayton; Protestant: wor worship
ship worship services will be held- at 10:15
a.m.' CatholicV will observe the
Easter Vigil, service and mass at
11:30 tonight. Regular Sunday
masses will be. at 9 'a.m.... at the
tK Peter's,. La' Boca.4 ;r'J".'t?'
After the choral euebarist at St
Peter's church, La ;Boca, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning, commemorating the
Feast of the Resurrection, the con congregation
gregation congregation will gather ia the parish
hall for so Easter breakfast. '
Thic lihritinit hefini at S:30l
a.m., and will be marked with spe
cial music by the choir, which has
recently been augmented.
The Rev. John Spear, celebrant
and preacher at this service, will
again celebrate the Holy Commun
ion at 11 a.m. This will be a chil children's
dren's children's Eucharist for the presenta presentation
tion presentation of enten mite boxes by the
pupils of the Church School.
Parishioners are bidden by the
priest to the Easter services, which
will close with evensong and ser
mon at 7;30. r ;
J. taster lUinbew Party
' As a source of entertainment fir
the Easter season, the Woman's
Auxiliary will sponsor a rainbow
party in the parish hall on Monday
night 1:30. Admission tickets can
be purchased from any of the mem members.
bers. members.
Vincent Ford and his "Ste tb"
orchestra will appear en a pro program
gram program te connection with the par party.
ty. party. Other features include a junior
Easter parade and a ballet.
St. Simon's, Gmbo
St. Simon's church la Gsmboa
will begin the observance of East Easter
er Easter with a choral communion at 6
a.m. tomorrow, celebrated bj- the
Rev. John Spear, priest in charge.
An Easier procram will be rend
ered in the parish hall 3 p.m. by the
church school pupus, si waica tnej

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7.
Fort Clayton cnap'ef and at 10:30
a.m. at the corozal Chapel.
, Fort Kobbe Protestants '- twill
hold Sunday school at i a.m., wor
ship services at 10:30 a.m. and in
the evening at 1 the junior choir
will, present a- choral,' The Eas
ter Story' Holy Saturday .servic
es lor rorr Kobb catholics will
include an Easter Vigil atm.m.
tonight and the Easter Vigil Mass
at midnight" Two Sunday morning
masses will be conducted at 8 and
10:45 a.m. -.
On the' Atlantic side,- Catholic
services will be at 9:3a!- Sunday
morning at the Fort Davis Chap
el. Also at. Fort Davis, Protestant
aunaay scnooi ana regular churcn
service will be held at 9 and
in!WV m aanA.tiv0lv e r
- Protestant Sunday school" will be
held at 9:30 and worship services
at 10:45 a.m. at Fort Gulick; Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic mass, will be. said at; 7:45
and ,10:15 a.m. -,v"-- ".-
will present their lenten mite box-
Te Rev." Willianf W. "Baldwin,
pastor of St-Andrew's church, Co Co-coli,
coli, Co-coli, will be guest preacher at the
service pf evensong, beguiling 7:
30. ;,:. ..'
.Chrisf Church, Colon
At Christ Church by-tbe-Sea
Colon, on Easter morning there
will be a choral Eucharist at 5:30,
with the Junior Church in attend
ance. and at the festive choral Eu
charist at 9 -o'clock, appropriate
music for the season will be ren
dered by the Senior Choir. Solemn
Evensong and sermon at 7:30
p.m. wiu te the closing service of
the Easter celebration.
A program of music has been
arranged for presentation ia' tfle
church on tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 featuring several accomplish
ed Isthmiaa musician ana tne
Christ Church Choir Guild.
the Rev. J. Peter Farmer, rec
tor of the parish, will be assisted
by the Rev. Henry A. Blake is
conducting the services. ;
Umtarien Society, Ancon
- The Sunday service of roe Uni
tarian Society will be held at to
morrow 10:30 a.m. ia Ancon.
The tooie of the speaker. Mrs.
Cornelius H. Haman, u "The alee-
sage of Easter: Life Triumphant
the Great Symbolic Drama of Re
newal in Nature; the Deathless Deathless-less
less Deathless-less of the Mighty Influence of
Great Souls: and Man's role in
thin Inheritance of Immortality."
The public is welcome te attend
tne service, ana to remoin rr me
relkw!ihip Hour immediately aft aft-(T
(T aft-(T ward. -.

THE INVESTIGATION Of a
false cedula racket, uncovered
recently, will be Intensified next
week,' La Hora predicted today.-

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Th Secret Police Is said to
have Its hands on a number of
documents and data leading
to the bottom of the racket
whereby Asians and West In In-"dians
"dians In-"dians illegally came into pes-!
session of Panamanian papers,
" t,'; ''kh" t)'", V""'. :'f-',-
The racket was' uncovered by
"false testimony" !: rendered by
Panama City attorney Nicolas
Perez, who named a man by the
name of William Campbell as
one of the assassins of president
Jose A. Remon. 'V-r i
Furttier Investigation of Pe Peres'
res' Peres' testimony showed the cedu cedula
la cedula bearing Campbell's name, and
the photograph of another man
was issued bv the Civil Registry
on the basis of a false baptismal
certificate.
I, La Hora also revealed, todayt
that-aliened assassin Ru pen o.
Miro did. not leave jail to file
charges, against trial judge An Angel
gel Angel Vitelio de Gracia, as report
Cd, earlier this week. j i
t According to the paper, the
charges were filed by Miro be before
fore before District Attorney Carlos A,
Lopes in the office of the direc
tor oi me carcej Moaeio, wnerc
Miro has been confined since
Jan. 6, 195&.
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The same ". tabloid's',' corres correspondent
pondent correspondent in- Veraguag ; Reported
enerat alarm amonr the brov-
J"f'Si pomm unities., over .the aise
-Tne corresDonaent reyerveui
that this may lead to wti
, r
legale extermination of fish.
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(ke Signs Bill r
T6 Bbbsl Ingres! a
fin SavinBoili
AUGUSTA, Gi-.' AprU 20
i-TrDPrs1rtent. Eisenhower 'tO-
fday signed legislation permitting
tne treasury to raise ne uii uii-est
est uii-est rates on Government Savings
Bonds to 3 1-4 per cent. u
Th measum is desisrned to en
courage heavier investment in
lower denomination federal se securities.";
curities."; securities."; .''' r'-".'
The bill wlU enable the Treas7
dry to make series E and H bonds
more attractive oy mvii"
their yield from the present rate
Of three Per cent.'
in aonroyine the bin, tne
President said, "We want to see
more people continually buying
ninrc hnrti o .that Savings
Bonds provide' even greater fi
nancial protection wr our yw-
ple lnv the years aneaa, ana v
the name time, help assure the
economic stability of our coun-
try." ,'iV ,'- t
Millions To Hear
Appeal For Peace
By Pcpe Piiis XII
vattpaM rrTY. Aoril 20 (UP)
Tnn Piua XXI' t Easter sppeal
for peace tomorrow win re n'nu
and witnessed by the greatest Eas Easter
ter Easter audience in the 2.000-year his
tory of the Catholic nurcn.
For the first time the Pope's
Easter Sunday address from th
central balcony of St. Prfer s B B-ilica
ilica B-ilica is t be te'evicd. la aM'-
tion it will be broadcast anrana
h mh-m Vitiran Radio and
ihitut Mt rr wn" ; of
some quarter million pilgrim jam jamming
ming jamming St. Peter's Square. ;-
it tti nit of nii long address
ti.vr-rlri Pone will Impart
his blessing Lrm er tdj w u
eit irv4 t" "re -"""w
goes out also to the n
watrhin televisioa aBd.Ustenmg
te the tadio. ..
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' Flagon Down
TOLEDO, Ohio, April (VTV-
Trtinmen m s north oouna wain
took pee look it the gouthbound
track early today and flagged
don aa larcoming souiaoouna
train.
The southbound trail storped
jurt ia tint to prevent a head-on
collision with Marioa .T. WaUon's
car. i
Watson, 5. was locked vp oa a
drunk and disorderly charge.

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0hNuclrarTest

MOSCOW; April 20 (UP) Soviet Communist Porry
first secretary Nikito Khrushchev today proposed that th
Soviet Union and Japan make a joint appeal to the Unit United
ed United States and Britain for an immediate, ban on nuclear
eapons tests. ;y f:
i Khrushchev made the proposal to Japanese amocV amocV-sador
sador amocV-sador Suemitsu Kadowoki in an hour-long talk today ot
Communist: Party central committee headquarters. :
. The meeting took place at Kadowaki's request,
, KhrUShcheV Was renorfed to hnv rriti-l'Trl Innnn

for failing to support the Soviet proposal submitted to tha

United Nations urging immediate outlawing of nuclecfr

tests.
Khrushchev also was quoted
as saying "the soviet Union Is
unable to terminate .the testing
of nuclear weapons without a
stable agreement ,1 r o m the
WeSt." :,t (-,, it.,4J i:i A
(But the soviet Union," at! at!-cording'
cording' at!-cording' to westefn. monitors.
has been recently carrying out
an Intensive series of nuclear
test masta. rive sucn tests nave
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Tl llllir-lim
To
Ice-Box Tragedies
Residents of
Panama
Canal!
Company quarters and parents
of small children are again be-j
ing urged to take precautions to
prevent any child from being
trapped in an unused or seldom
used refrigerator, deep freeze,
or ice dox. !;;. ", ,', '- .,, -.
; A notice was issued last Aug August
ust August by the Chief of the Housing
and Grounds Division asking
quarters- occupants to equip
chests, Cabinets and refrigera refrigerators
tors refrigerators large enough to accom accommodate
modate accommodate a child and located un under
der under of outside of quarters, with
locking devices to prevent small
children from getting into them.
No tragic accidents,' fortu
nately, have occurred here, but
all steps should be taken to pre-!
vent them hannennlne. J. C.
- " '.
Randall, Chief of the Housing
and Grounds Division, said.
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In areas where conversion of
domestic equipment is under!
Wlrier;ic,v
cu ic iciuuvcu imm uivuviuuw
quarters in groups of as many
as 20 or 30. They are picked up
by contractors' Jrucks as quick-)
it s poesiuic, wiuuu m lew

hours but meantlme.parentsio-

.iiuuiu wi.u
to keep them from playing a-l
round these refrigerators.
Jnies R. Cox v. i,
Dies On Hunling V
Trip Al Fl. Kohbe
' A 54-year-old American who
works for the Air Force died this
morning, apparently of a Mart at attack,
tack, attack, while bunting in the Ft Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe area with a group of friends.
Aecordi"! t nol-e. James R.
Cox was found dead ia hia car en
Kobbe Road at 9:35 this morning
by several of his hunting compa companions.
nions. companions. :.--...'''-
Ve.witncM resort that Cli
walked over te his ear, apparent apparently
ly apparently to unload a shot fun whea k
was twiced that a aa rauea la late)
te) late) the front teat oi the car.
' -- ..'..,-.
Men who rashed ever to the car
said be was dead whea 4hey ar armed,
med, armed, but a Ft. Kobbe doctor was
called oa the scene immediately.
The body la being sent to the
Gorrai Morgue for in autrry.
Vr r-rT vii a rMident of Ca
nada Height, and was eipryed
by the InstaUatioa Earuier at Al-
brnok Air Force Base.
I He is survived by a Wife.

2u

Iren Dcnlos Ru.:rs:
Captured Gsngslsrs;.
7iir De Tortured
nnwrmi .i.!.t 'iiit
i" t"'"i !u w w
nnm.in.A L. . i .
Shah, gang which slew three A-
lpencans recently were "mahcloug
and mischievous.
: Consul General Afraslab (only
name available) said Iranian laws
were, "humane"' as ia sll free
countries, i "j J : -a-
. 1 w".
"
He was cemmenting en all
itioni thet convicted 'members
et the neteriou bandit ten
would be submitted "te the slow
death,i, y.
Some 19 members of the ga n't,
which scattered after the murd.r
of the Americana and two Irania-s
at Iranshar last month, were i -Dotted
arresterf and hinff hM ', i
Pakistan awaiting extradition.
-'If caught, Dad Shah and oUi r
members of hia gang will be tri I
in an open court of law and wi.l
be punished according to the law
of the land," Afrasiab said.
Subvay Train CrashJ
Jttl-II- ; f!- I
nOSCIIsuZCl JlX.
' wr,.i-"rT M,.,
----:
One Scnbusly liiirf-
NEW YORK, April 20 (UP) i-Seventy-sevea
persons were injur injured
ed injured last night when a subway tra a
the resr of a ses-
ond stalled train in a Brooklyn tun-
' Six of the injured were hospital-
1, Kut nnlw am til mAfArmm
e moving train, William Hok,
wit seriously hurt. Hoke wsi
pinned in the seat of his cab f r
an boar and a halt before oe:-T
extricated by police and fire -cue
workers with acetylene torch torches.
es. torches. The Injured,. Including, 13 children,-were
treated at four hospi hospitals,
tals, hospitals, most of them for' cuts, bruis bruises
es bruises and shock.
Momentary hysteria iprtid
through both trains in the darken darkened
ed darkened tunnel after the crash, whic
jolted most of the 300 passengers
ia the two trains from their ses'.
Many riders were sent sprawl
te the door by the impact 1
also shattered windows, ripped
loose teats and dimmed lights.
.Panic was averted by trail
crew members who .calmly open- 1
doers and instructed paseo?-r
many of them hysterical, to
along catwalk to nearby stti.o- i.
Seven ambulances and d.ir
units from three hospitala ra,
to the seen to care for the i.-; -ed.
$1
CHICAGO. April (UP) I"1
Isteraal Rereaue Service a1 t
day a Chicare firm has paid
onri ia 19:4 income taxes t r
ev y prnn ia the United $'
11 and rail have nearly four r
Uon Oo.lar let
The trra. wh.rb te IKS re.
I" omi i,, -
lar mcoae tax.

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DEVILISH

Can't help but wonder Just what the Zone bigwigs have
against us misbegotten residents of Diablo. In the tost place
thr named our wretched townsite after Satan, and they've
nTmeS,' VfiSSSm beans has to be disposed of, the
first place they think of is Diablo. If loads of improperly pewm pewm-Sd
Sd pewm-Sd fertilizer have to be spread liberally to attract swarms
of filthy flies, it's good old devil, town for them. :-j g j
' And now the Army has to get tato the act with rjW-lesslrass-buming,
carried out just when the wind was perfect perfect-Sy
Sy perfect-Sy calculated to weep inches Of sticky soot into our canal bank

fov5: tssnrfM renter more crumby than Diablo's

not-another commissary or post office can compare with ours
when it comes to inefficiency and mismanagement As for the

oureiy wisu.i cuiu i u ob""v .u r-

Misplaced

By VICTOR

RIESSL

echools phewl

Boca."

,' AN INSULT TO IRELAND

. President Eisenhower has sent to the Senate for approval
. T u .V.m. nf Rnntt fAciMd As Ambassador to Ireland.

Tffrcr iHrftErt mm ta the State Department, has

. ieen rewarded by the Resident and Secretary of State, John
roster Dulles, for doing more to break the. morale of the U.S.

iorelgn service and to drive from it the best 01 tne career

' McLeodTa SrtVfJW
. 17. i nffinsv tn i I can nut. ttlR AlleE-

. ed CommunlsU. Senator McCarthy once said tnat her toeld In
hwliand a list of upwards of. 100 card-carrying Communists
Vho were in the State Department. But the combined efforts
of Senator McCarthy's notorious committee and Scott McLeod
. sn-A nn. 'orH.carrvinor rnnimunlst" in the State De

UvVCA 1UUUU VUG v J 1
rt.mAnt That was the ueriod when McCarthy was bossingv

both the State and Defense Departments.
rT i. fn rnita AmhaRsddor William Howard Taft 3rd,

' a career diplomat, who likes the Irish and is in turn, liked by
"..the Micks. Taft has perhaps the best Qualifications la tjj
Bute Department Jtor the post he is about to lose. This state statement
ment statement Is based on his personal interest In Ireland, hla knowl knowl-Wee
Wee knowl-Wee of Irish history and literature. Certainly his diplomatic

' ixnerlence exceeds that of McLeod. Ambassador Tart aiso

. -' snps.lt s. reads And writes the Irish lanmiage. i i : : i

, !f Already there have been unfavorable repercussions in Ire-

ind where the i people ijave a way 01 speaung inr muiaa.
fh Stat nenartment must have forced an asreement since

McLeod's name would not have been sent to the Senate unless

that were true. The reaction to the united states, even in me
VvriAjrmrtw nrpsa hnx htn unfavorable.

"It would be hard," the New York Tiines says editorially,

to Imagine a worse blow to the diplomatic corps or a worse
Wxample of playing politics with the foreign affairs of the
' united States."

Th. Times inta the blame far tMcLeod's. conduct in the

- State Department as well is his nomination to be Ambassador

to Ireland, on Secretary Dulles. However, there was a time

when Dulles wanted to fire McLeod, but either did not have

the .political couraee or the Dolitlcal backlne to do it.

- The Times editorial does not mention the President,, but
. la a press conference, when asked about McLeod, the President
said that he didn't know much about him.
''if He must be one of the few people who read the daily press
who "don't know much about McLeod." It would seem that

before nominating a man for Ambassador the nominator would.
And out something about him.

. , The Times does say that the Senate should block the ap-i

:''. ' Crede Calhobn
i !. ;
V SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
filr:

You didn't hear from me last week for I was out looking

ipr somewmg 10 write uw weeje. t
--We took off early Thursday April 4 for a trip down the
: Coast and a view of the historical points in our freedom from
' Mexico, and the point of -landing of our first home seekers
from overseas, mostly Germans who-settled this part of the
country headed by Count Solms Braunfela, who has a town
New Braunf els that bears his name.
We struck the coast at the village where Alco Chemical
has their plant consisting of three big steel structure covering
.block each, turning out plastic ware and aluminum all made
Cm salt water, and we crossed the Y mile bridge into Port
veea.
After a seafood dinner at source of supnlv for a third more
than it would cost in San Antonio, we pulled out for Old In-

. dianola. the historic landing; place of our first, overseas emigra-'

. xion. since our last trip two years ago the roads have been
.'Improved and points of Interest designated so we could find
them. We found amongst many other things a cemetery fenced
in and well kept with headstones datlnsr back as far as 1803.
. So some of them didn't traits make it It was there they land landed
ed landed the camels to be used on the desert trio to California, but
they didn't prove a success and were turned loose to die on
.the desert. '.."
.... Prank had his nose out for something of more Interest so
we headed for Goliad. ;
. It was at Goliad that General Cos massacred all the Amer Americans
icans Americans but spared most Latinos. It later became the birthplace
of otto Hauseman who Is now In Panama. The monument, a
bronze olaque on a trranite base put up Frank Casey in the
starvation days of the 80s is now fenced In with a concrete
walk In front and all through the enclosure. Frank seemed to
know where the monument are down. to the battle of Roslta
' 10 miles South of San Antonio.
Found out how Texas is going to spend that two billion
dollars: two super highways and by-passes. We went north on
61 and came back next day on SI in a different place a by bypass
pass bypass Temple 40 South. . .
Had lunch twice at Ennls. an old rail terminal I knew well
SO years avo. Asked about the first man I broke for when I
starte drallroadln; and who I saw last at Dallas Fair In 1903
and nobody ever heard of him.
- Stranrt what a f" years do to a man. The last time I
went on detour over MR snd TR Al Ses.ons was dixnatcber at
Alvosedo and ran me 2nd in t Ft Worth. Next time I saw
him he was Bunt. Central Division In Panama Canal. Seems
- we both get around some.
, PopWrtgBt

Meanwhile, back st the United
Mine Workers, The Old Man hat
has no intention of heading tor
tha lest roundup. White manod
and 77, the labor empire-builder

once again ts concentrating en

staking out a new claim.

' With his great union of coal dig

gers already in toe Banking, ship

ping and real estate businesses,

John L. Lewis, of course, has lots

of time to spare and he has been

spending some of his hours talk.

ing to leaders of the International

Longshoremen's Assn.) and the
Teamsters' Brotherhood, : That

adds. Lewis always lends a hand

to those who hate those he Joath

es and these forces have in com

mem the feeling for George Meany
and Walter Reuther that coal man

Lewis has for oil burners.-

And the reoorf is that Lewis is

thinking of welding the Miners, the

Longshoremen and the Teamsters

into a new laoor tetierauon ot

transport workers. ,. If at were
launcned,: jt would hive well over
2,000,000 members and hundreds of

millions of dollars.

. Lewis' interest In transport is
not stirred by his dispassion for

the AFL CIO. A section of the

Mine Union! s its famous catch

all. District 50. which has. a tea

going division. Lewis hopes
put this taction aboard 100 or
mors ships carrying coal and oth

er pay dirt for the American Coal
Shipping Corp. of which he is a

director. v

So he has talked recently to Cap Captain
tain Captain BUI Bradley, president of the

International .Lpngsnoremen s as association.
sociation. association. Three weeks ago, the
talks lasted for two and a half

hours. Last week, they gabbed

sain on the ties between the dock

wallopers and Lewis visum au

maritime division.

Not havins that high ceilinged

moire sized office of John L,

wired for sound. I can' only de

pend on reports but these do in

dicate tnat Lewis ano uraaiey dis discussed
cussed discussed the merger of the ILA with

the United Mine Workers, a Detro-

thal which Lewis once broke off.

At the same time, there have

been emissaries between the Min

ers' and Teamsters' leaders. Lew

is is interested because he believes.

and has said so recently, that the

AFL-CIO will fall apart in a civil
war which will split the union of

AFL and CIO into several sections,

Lewis has said that after' the Mean-

Beck feud is over, he expects

Meaay and Reuther to have a go

t each other.

John L. couldn't be less Interest

ed in who wins that one. He is al

wavt one to enjoy the travail of

his enemies and with the inexpli inexplicable
cable inexplicable exception of Dwight D. Ei

senhower, presidents since caivin
Coolidge have learned how fast lie
can move when be finds his oppo

nents at their weakest moment.

Lewis itn't enamored of Back

either. There! ne swimming
pool en the small lawn of Lewis'
antique filled heme in Alexan Alexandria,
dria, Alexandria, Vs. Alas, he believe Back
It in deep trouble and will be in
for still more after the second
round of Senate hearings. But
John U it a man devoted t
grand strategy.

mm .MICHIL RAY

ONB OF THE MOST UNuburU. aiumca Or

10VE EVER FILMED!
CENTRAL THEATRE MAY 1

He doesn't believ the Team

sters will stay in the AFL CIO.
A rA it I. eArwii-twl ksk tiaa nut nil

run. mm iFWkvwt ar v

feelers and hat, in turn, been ap

?roached by Teamster spokesmen,
here are two public relations men

one operating in Washington, the

other in new yon wno are ciose

to Lewis and Beck and Jim Houa,

Just what will develop from all

this no one can report until the
news leaks out what actually hap

pened at the 13-man Teamo high
command self policed strategy
sessions in the Calves Hotel in

Galveston, Texas. The Teamsters

chiefs have been deciding wnetn wnetn-er
er wnetn-er to bolt the AFL CIO now, or
stay in and fight until such time

as they may have to bolt

Or they may simply defy George

Meany to kick them out. this may

yet happen. Meany is determined

that Dave Beck fo. Beck is say

ing: "Make me." Meany cant If

the Teamsters deride to keep

Beck, then Meany and the rest of

the AFL CIO high command will

have worked themselves into a po

sition from wchich they caa't re

treat. They'll bsve to expel the

Teamsters or appear like straw-

nea in a windstorm.

At that moment, the eld master.

John L. Lewis, will be there fsst

with the footwork, Jabbing wits the

phrases, challenging tad taunting

and, through it all, onunpeach-

able.

I Meanwhile, back at the' ranch.

Ue on empire DuuoeT sus conn conn-dent
dent conn-dent that others, will bead for their

List roundup before he does.

' Labor News'' : : George
And v-v t!
Comment v&HK' !J
i mm i i !t It '. .lrt YTJAADO 1 I

1 $00,000 ALGERIA 7f' CilTAIM

,awUiHt:6To:

By DIIW PIAJSOH

WASHINGTON Thoueh Amer-

lean bins are overflowing with

surplus wheat, the State Depart

ment has told Polish negotiators

Diuntly to so to Canada for t e

wheat they need to feed hungry

roiand.

Under the ;law. Secretarv tit

btate Dulles must certify that Po Poland
land Poland is a friendly nation before it

can be elicible to receive surolux

food. 1

This it a debatable pel n t.
Strong argument can be made
that the people of Poland are
friendly, and oven that tha gov government
ernment government of Poland, though still
Communist, want to be friend
ly.

Dulles, however, is worried

sion were those at her disposal to to-move
move to-move around as she saw fit?
Tenney She certainly would
have moved them around to any
place there was a need for .them
in the Embassy.
Rooney And within her discre discretion?',
tion?', discretion?',
Tenney-,That is correct, v
SELLING T.V.A. SHORT

Walter Winchell I n Mew York

THE STREET OF DREAMS

, Celebs Out Front: Jean Sim

mons, star of "This Could be the

Night," who was dropped from
her first school play because the

directoi said she'd never make it

as an actress." Nobody's heard

of him since. .' .Dave Garroway,

wno maoe getting un in we morn

ing profitable, needs only 4 hours
slee like the late Mr. Edison.

Tony Bennett, the next singer to

switch to Hollywood for a non non-thrushing
thrushing non-thrushing dramatic role in the mo

vies, robaly for "The Naked and

tne Dead". . Sally Hand (lea tur-

ing horn-rimmed specs) perusing

her scrapbook of cuppings jn the
theater section of. the 42nd Street

library. v Jimmy Deanfthe new

warbline net' of the teeo-uree set,

strolling along Madison Avenue" in
. . The reconciled Harold Arlens.

Barbara Hutto i's boy Lance, heir

to multimilhons, who has only one

vice. Girls. Doesn't oring or

smoke.

Sallies In Our Alleyf A Holly

wood oroducer was at the Mocam

be with a stunning blonde last

nieht. ."Is that his wife?" ln-

auired Mary Morrison. ."You

mean," chuckled Frank Sinatra,

is that wife his7". .Die row'

el says hd rather be a producer
or director. Because he's tired of

holding his stomach in.

Vignette: Harold Gary, the ac

tor, reports the strange bequest

to him by his late rirh uncle Max

The will explained n in xnese

ords: "To my belover nephew

Harold, who has always staunch

ly maintained, and wisely so, that
health is more important than
money, I leave my sun-lamp."
Mamas ef a Mldnlghtert Life's
layout en Cynthia Breoks (the ;
girl whs podlet sexy photos ef
herself over the phone for $1
doesn't mention details ef her -brief
marrisgs to one of the"
Crew Cuttv Norma Moore, In
our midst to ex I sit "Mar

Strike Out," spends most of
her time with Cliff Robert son,
leading man of "Orpheus Des Descending".
cending". Descending". . Alfrodito, the band
loader, end his wife have lot It
curdle. But so have Come Comedian
dian Comedian Al Bornie end hi Pair La La-dy.
dy. La-dy. .'. Hikkgard Neffs reaton
for staying la Germany Is Jen Jen-srhaa
srhaa Jen-srhaa Olson, an American engi engineer
neer engineer -assigned there. . Add
Budding Blossom: Singer' Teny
Travis and Jackie Classen' Girl

Friday, Lee Reynold, a vary
steady thing. v ,Bill O'Dwyer
sizzling ever reports elsewhere
that he and Dorothy T e w n e
(Mrs. Jack Webb) dated in Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. "I met her one S years a a-go,",
go,", a-go,", he burned, "with a group
of people and wouldn't know her
from Eve!" (Dent get teooo ex excited,
cited, excited, Your Honor)- Recom Recommended:
mended: Recommended: Jan Morgan's girl
magic. at the Cotillion Room. .
Intimates at 64 Morocco suspect
Ginger Rogers' Tenhls Tourney
toon in the Virgin Island it real really
ly really to acquire her marital free-.
,Y" :Wf Yi

The Rich Get fticher Otot: 10th

Century-Fox Studios learned- years
is go that the property rested on

rod fields. .Several major studios

in Hollywood have Since discov.
ered the black gold on their lots

. .But Paramount brooded and

brooded that it was the only mo

vie property of, the." bunch that

would never enjoy such wealth.

Recently they made the headlines

with the oil find on their own es

tate. hut the story didn't say how

they discovered it."., Prambunt

founder Adolph Zukor says it was
all very simple. ; . The company

wanted, to bury'. old films in a

safe, cool Place.

kept reporting that no matter now

far down they dug uiey encouter-

ed hot sand. ., That' the, tip-off

on oui . ..At,i-. ,.-t

Timet Square Circlet Charles Vi

dor inherited John Huston's direc

tor job in Europe following Hus Huston's
ton's Huston's clash with boss D. O. Selz-

nick. "Would you say' that was

smtrt?" Vidor asked an author

. ."As jmart," was the retort.

as Hitler invading Russia .

Harry Kurnitz, playwright report

edly won 135,000 playing dice in
Vests and eave most of it away

to chorus girls instead of Internal

Revenue. Mildred Dunnock
(her latest role is the old hag in
"Baby Doll") resumed teaching

English at Barnard College. On

that faculty s years. : Tne Ha

rold Romes (he's the composer)
adopted another tot. Their 4-year-

old Joshua sot too lonesome in

their 15- room -apartment. . .Met
tenor' Cesare Siepi and socialite
Sandie Weston cupidate-s-tete at
Romeo Salta's. .- Eileen Barton
and Vic Jarmel reconciled for the

27th time.. -.The monotony of it!

"When Reck V Roll Come to

Trinidad". . Real gone Colep Colep-sol.
sol. Colep-sol. .CarmerT Phillips of the
Latin Quarter line. Brazil's

Leny Eversong, who debuts at

the Mocambe (H'wood) April 30

. aran rreDerg s ."Banana

Beat Calypso", satire (an album)

v . The latest l P. album

published In Franca: "Musique

rour ls aductton.".

Cast of Charterers: Genevieve

Owens, attractive sineer In. "Mos

Happy Fella,1 is a file clerk be

tween 9 and 5. At night she's in

bout political reaction at home

I he supports the Poles. Yet, at the

i same time, ne doesn't want them

1 to go hack empty-handed.

ne also knows that other Soviet

satellites are evine the Polish ne.

gouauons in Washington. If the

delegation conies home without
Western aid, it will throw Poland
upon Moscow's mercv and nrnha-

biy destroy the present- moderate
government. ., ,

The Poles asked Washinctnn fnr

jw,uuu,ooo in aid. The State De.

partment. offered only a tenth of
the request $30,000,000. After pro-

ionsea negotiations, ine offer was

But.- more important than cash

the Poles need food. They have

asaed tor 1,100,000 bushels nf sur surplus
plus surplus American wheat Thev nlan

10 asK vanaaa lor anotner 300,000
bushels. ,,,vy,.,,

Dulles Is unwillinC' however, in

take the political risk. He also

aoesn i want to ; turn the Poles

down publicly; because this might
offend Polish-American voters in

this country.

iherefore he would like the Pol

sh delegation as nuietlv n nnui.

1.. if

bie to fill their; food needs in

icanaaa.

TRUTH-SEEKER ROONEY

Getting at the truth in a city

as April : showers is sometime

difficult. However, Congressman

John Rooney of Brooklyn, Demo

crat, is one who believes in track.

ing down the truth.

When Clare Bootbe Luce, gla

morous ex-Ambassadir- to Italy.

appeared before his AooroDria-

tions subcommittee earlier in the

year and complained that the A

merican Embassy in Rome lack

ed office equipment and had- only

tnree or .iour good stenographers,
Rooney decided to find out if the

lady was. telling the truth

ba ne proceeded to cross-exa

mine deputy undersecretary Lov

Henderson, -assistant k secretary

Burke Elbrick, Paul Tenney, State

that hit show.; Her -.desk job, boss aiiiiill
lei-her"nff 1 tfc -wirf JS""8? officer, and

matinees. Refuses- to quif the job.

tt4 1 1 t -a

"which is more reliable than, hal V ffE mrZLf,

tn i .fc t.f....n r: "t w ascertain uie irutn:"'

trvtnrf

V J I

Rogosin. He gave up a lucrative Lfrf .'nint ; ,h,t V
career in BeinVnit Mill. hi. tM something about not

lady

having

she

father's Fort Knox to produce "1 "f, u,a "1
movies on -a shoestring, v . The l7 H?w. P1 oa h,v
Trinidad Room's next syli-lahlble "SJPi w- W.. ii--i
star who calls herself th. n.,oh. Tenney We have IS electric

of Taluab, . Arthur Murray TO?Lers 1".Rom-

ril Jnnes whn TOU. uw

dance teacher April- Jones who

said res to Steve May,' which

means she'll be Mrs. April May

i .... -

in June.

Sounds in the Night: At the

Boulevard:. "The Torch? When

your phone and her phone aren 0

our pnone and her phone are no

longer speaKing . At undy s

"Artie Shaw getting married forw naa is .oictapnones there in

many d lets

phones?, .' ;- r-

Tenney Eighteen. I believe.

Rooney I believe the ladv said

she had to bring her personal dic-

tapnone to itome, did she not?

xenney 1 believe that Is cor

rect.. ,r,

Elbrick I believe she said the

dictaphone she used was her own.

Rooney Yes, -and at that point

Democratic Senators are quietly
preparing for a showdown with
President Eisenhower over t fa e
Tennessee Valley Authority, which
he once described as "creeping so so-ciahsm.?
ciahsm.? so-ciahsm.? ,. -:
The Democrats charge that Tko

has done his best to cripple TVA

and siphon its profits, to- the pri-'
vate power companies.
- The Eisenhower ; adminlstrs-. -tion
tried to starve TVA f
funds, then signed the Dixen Dixen-Yates
Yates Dixen-Yates deal to Introduce a pri private
vate private ; power combine into the
TVA area, then appointed en
Army officer, Gen. Herbert Vo Vo-gel,
gel, Vo-gel, whs it opposed to publie
power, e chairman of TVA,
When he took office, Vogel spe specifically
cifically specifically swore to uphold the prin principles
ciples principles of TVA; The law explicitly
requires that the three-man board
must support the purposes and
philosophy, of TVA They are also
supposed to be nonpoliticaL
When Voeel was 1 confirmed as

TVA chairman, Alabama's. Sen.

Luster Hill questioned him careful carefully
ly carefully on this point ... .. ,

A you go .down there as a

member of Jtbe, TVA, board, may'
we look to you to stand up a n d 1

fight for j TVA?" demanded JiiU.

xou may .sir,? pieogeot vogei.

fighting for TVA," explained Hill,'

"i mean sgnung lor tne purposes
and Ihe nhilosoohv and the nrovi-

sions of the TVA Act,' and 'all that

means in the institution of TVA."

I have so subscribed,', Vobel

swore. : ,- j

The Demoeratt claim he has
gone back en hi word, -violated
hit oath ef office, and they In Intend
tend Intend to force e showdown with
Eisenhower, on the whole TVA
itsno when ho appoints s new
board member this month.
Before the Senate Pulic Works

Committee will confirm. -the new

members, the Democrats plan to

scrutinize every portion of the ad administration's
ministration's administration's ahti-TVA activities.

Curtain Calls: Felicia San

ders' Bon Seir ballade . Nat

(King) Cale's new biscuit.

um kilo 7
GdDQPG

fjaafainch
I ( watis crrrai
yrost) cotm evtciN. wte

0

1

UStON jyS

AMSTUDAM

AIIS

nAMworr

lUtlCM

" yyiM oca TiL. llSss,C:' 1

fJ PANAMA

ABCBONA

u2Stop" flights from Pansma

isssW pasty Wmv v
IVeWfares V

Alee Ms to d Coribeeoe,

sci rout TtAVH aetwr. tut ai
tHm AirSMt X1-A-1I TnmM Am..
fOMM, It, felvpttMO SHI

WOSLP-J HUT AKUNf

aoTAi vrcN 1

y mi ,m

the 8th time? He has as much

trouble staying single- as staying

married!". .'. At the Little Club:
"Good old Broadway. Where

your enemies only knife you in
the back but our friends s t b
ou in the heart". . In 1 1
ben's: "I can't get over Sid Cae Caesar
sar Caesar losing his TV job a f t,e r I
years. With hi great talent, show
how did he last so long?".,

The Late Watch: Paulette God God-dard,
dard, God-dard, usually seen with author E E-rich
rich E-rich Maria Remarque, surprised
the Lucky Pierre's crowd by din dining
ing dining with handsome Stewart Campj Campj-belL
belL Campj-belL Montreal stock broker. .
Betty George, bored doing nothing
in Vegas (doesn't smoke or
drink), shed 17 lbs. by the only
sure diet: Suffer. Richard Al Al-drick
drick Al-drick and his beautiful bride (Bet (Betty
ty (Betty B.yd) will dwell in the C a p e
Cod House -which gave Albrich and
Gertrude Lawrence so much hap happiness.
piness. happiness. They are due back, from
Madrid soon. . .They sty Goose

Tatum, the most -colorful basket
ball down in Harlem, is getting a

divorce to wed a Chicago blonde

firstnamed Naomi. .Those songs
Budd Schuber wrote for his film,

"Face in the Crowd," are spicier
than carry. . Glamorous red
heads Abbe Lane and Tina Louise'

had the male diners at Absinthe
House, stickink their forks in their
chinsi. The Mike (Look) Cowlet
erpect an Automa edition.Rose edition.Rose-mary
mary edition.Rose-mary Gaines of "My Fair Lady"
becomes the April 21 bride of Dr.
Anthony Monaco. . They are tell

ing about the nagging wus woo
on her deathbed looked up at her
long suffering husband and falset falset-toed:
toed: falset-toed: "Don't forget to drive my
tuter to the funeral!". .The
word is out in the magazine field:
Take immediate steps io edit your
books in good taste or the entire
industry will suffer.

Rome. Besides you had electric

typewriters at four of the posts'

wmcn were witnin ner jurisdiction

additional electric type writers?

, Tenney mat is correct. -"-
Rooney HoW many competent
rapid-dictation secretaries did you
have, in her establishment, that
huge place we maintain in Rome,
known aa the Palazzo. Mareheru

ta? v .,- ... s, !,

Tenney We do not-have the ex exact
act exact number, but it is atmroximate-

ly 25-24,. or around that number.

Hooney As the head of the mis-

HONORED Clare; Soothe
Luce, former U.S. embassador
, to Italy, has been awarded the
University of Notre Dame's
Laetare Medal for 1957. She is
the sixteenth woman to receive
the award, presented annually
, to an outstanding layman.

'WAR end PEACE"

Starts May 1st
'LUX THEATRE

ALL KNIGHT TEMPLARS
Canal Zone Commandery No. 1, K. T will, Attend
Easter Service at the Cathedral of St. Luke in An An-eon,
eon, An-eon, Canal Zone. All Sir. Knights are urgently ra-
. quested to be at the Aneon Masonic Temple by.
:00 turn. Easter morning o proceed to tht Church
at 8:30. Uniform, without sword. ..'
; ROY T. HIGH -'
' Commander. -,

ZTHZZ3

Jk'M :

Many family that teset 0
daughter by wxurkiye joins e
bothroorrv mi

SERVICE-

QUALTTT

S'

SELLS

Y-Y
J" VHEELBARRO.WS

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' SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1957 -'"', TCT JPAKAbU AMstRICAJI "AH NDf INDJMT DAILY HXWirmK

MU TMII

,
' Church of Christ
JT. W. Burrow, BvangelM
4 ..... Telephone S-S60I
BATnflA! MSI. Ralhna Rami.
Services Sunday 10:00 ajn. 11 M.
TiOO p.m. ..
msTnnAr.i AmtHnn Lesion HalL
Sanricw Sunday 10:00 aJn. 110 W.
RIO ABAJO: House Mo. tOH lata St
Sunday M djb
Unitarian
i tarn
UMllAaUAN
. boosts
'.' 10:0 jai.
, Blag. V
Ancon Blvd.
aUB-T Pae
(out Invitation
le liberal
saUgioa.,
Baptist
cocou baptist cHimca
Orawar W,Balo i ,
, Phone MW
ff PaderewaU, fart
7 Phone a-Ha
1 94S a
Sunday a?0, 11:00 aun.
Morning Worship i.M Djn.
Training Oniea. .,
Evening Worship ,..... ? "f1
FrwW --
ScSotchon 10 JB.
rrtmr BArrisT chdkcb
. Balboa Haigbta. 6i
02 An coo Boulavard
Pnona Balboa 1727
WaUaa.H. Vaahr. Tartat ,.
Sunday Sciwdi ............
ajn.
MocninsWorahlp .......... : ..
Baptist Xralnlna Onioa .... S-fO DJ.
maMaujto saryica ........ a
Pray at Haatlns Wadaaa Wadaaa-daya
daya Wadaaa-daya M,i
ISM BJav
W.U S. BibU Study too
aaya ...... .....TilU
Id ana Brotliarhood (Laat
Monday la month .J
Monday u i
irnnw BApnst
MaxaariU Avanua at th Straat
Margarita. Canal Zona
Bf rad aV atotla, rartaa ;
SJa.
Bai7t Xrainlnf Onion 0:30 JJ.
Evanina Worahia ...........i P--
Brotharnnod. Tuaidaya '.'."."
Prayar Servleat, Wadnaadaya 1 1
W.M.U, Kt Srd Pridajra ;
VHdava .apm
an gaaaminwaaaa. -..-a-'' s
"BJI f ACinc' SUDB y 'r:
-nt.in a, ura. SL Oraaat ; ?
IS February Street. Phone: Jl
UM Hollnaaa Meetlnaj
J:00 Sunday School.
v T:10 Salvation Mae ting,'
LA BOCA CIS.
UeataaunT Panay CampbaB r
Building Ma, 1080, Phonal SJtat.V"
11:00 llelmaa Meeting..
g-.OO Sunday School. .
1M SaJvation Meeting.
Cuiana Saeat.
S40 Sunday School,
11:00 Hoiines Meeting..
. S:00 Sunday School. V
( I JO awivatian Maeting.
Benn-wajnar, po eaAjaa arqjuoat f:I
SCaptain Syalln Taylaa
11 AO lioluvaM Maetina-
rooMofj ania; Of:
COLON THIRD STRUT .
1 JO Salvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CRT, CJt V s
Envoy J. Gilt .
St. Kitta ana Jamaica Straat
UM Hainaai Meeting,
M St Aday School.
7 M Salvation Meeting,
COLON CAMTRA1,
Benier ( ak and Mra. C
14th Streek. Phone: U-1U.
Union Churches
B-hy ta
isas. 111. any h m.
aatt? am aB aaiaas
ATLANTIC 1IDI
BATtJW .
Bev. Bay BUfcety, Paetae
. Pa ana at -TT.,
:4a Church Schaes.
11:00 Warship Sarviee.
:tf pjn. Sc. Youth Fonewohla,
00 pjav Js, Youth FaUenrahip.
BtARCARTTA
Tha Rae. avj B W. Olander,
at eBwvaj a vara.
s os ausday
JO Taota
' THE PACXTIC BBM
BALBOA
Ta a-ev. Oecat W. Oaaaa,
Balbaa BA. at fiaai a.hi. a.
Phone 1-1 41 Church Office t-SSS,
SJ0 Chureh Stbg bus aai 11 a.
im Wa!rahServc Trg-WktVad
BisiIib tor Nursery, Ktoderaas-uav
wrummry aaa jamw uaaaa
; Ourchima arasry tar a
MPeet-eiish FeDnwahia.
f TT In tar iiiab eliawahan.
BAMBOA y
Bev. Waraae M. f triable
Off t 4-4 JO leu o-ua
Sunday Serrlem:
S la ajB. Sunday Bcrteot.
je as a.aa. Morning WarahlB.
vnnai
vttlas as
Methodist
MTMOttel auajQi 1
(B-iatA Crefwaaip
Bev. WiDbBB hV. Iisbi 11 aaa
laah a. -
aa BAB, ataroina rrevar astd I
a aa Swiay Srliaaa
us at

' Celraa. y
Baa. Si iti a-ate-a, trail I a -J
am Harahm Aarrtce aaa al
am. o gay aim.
I ll am leieiag !. '.
Haadaa. taw pjaew 'fill

i at aVa aaaa faJrae

sate af fMM aed.Celea, Keaan-na ef Fmm, estee1 mIwm
at eM rtasee re saea aa) mh at the) erak4l nrvin. aaa1 as silie
- witkbwi, trie 'aaV atraasan. -:
' Aa pafcli aarrlaa, rh The Peaaase A atari en liata Maw,' a
BBasninaHaae. aericea ef bavrt a wersaiB ana1 ether regular actrvitiaa.
.ittiaaa ere ratered 4mm Mate la time. Peaaesiaa tiea a aaviet
aily aa a bra graatiaaa ere Mates) aadei "Otaes Charckee Aad
Icrvlcat.'" A aaacial liatinfl It iaclada fa laniiai a Amy BaK,.
''Air Fata baaaa m4 Hal atatiaaa. ..
Mlalataw.' ahurc aaciarartaa mm4 caafraiaa ara aafcaa) t Nrtara
rhs aawa 4nk ia wriHat by WadaaWay aaaa' at Hta braat at aaf
chaataa far taa camlaf h4ay'a church MS.

BBEMKZKK METHODIST JCBUSU :
Rainbow vy. v M
, JUt. Samuat Waldan. Miaanar
a,.... laniM im and a :1k a. at.
unday School for all age at -J pj
, "YaaT bnrllanaa T
Tnaadav T nn aravat Vactin
Christian Scientist
CfUCIaTlAft aCUiNCV CMlJllUllca
nm Church oc Chriit Sdantiat. Anoof
- .r?JErSLCZ.. Taaa
rtnt Charcn at Amu aciaa Mat
-,""u
lWa V'
Sunday School
nunoay ii:w j
Catholic
ST. MARTS CHimCM--laaa ;
jidiy MaWaai 10)0. 00. 10.00 and
Sunday Mi
U:00 a.m.
Holy Day
lift COO, Ua.
ConilonT: Saturday.
and 1:00 to :00 m. Thuraday. bafara
Vlrat Friday: T :uw io a:v I.
MteailouV'MadaJ Novana 10 SJB.
cTtr7iir ala-i aftaf tha S.t0 aaaai
on Sunday. . K m I
Olilh nfltM aUHU rlH van r w 1
. a
Ff PUH cam
SACKED HS AST Ajjcaai
MaaaajjJSfc 70 nJ iUo
Holv Day maaaaai 44 a.m. anu
J-rlday TWJ Pj.... i- aaal
Kacraa aaar. r
Ca'tachlaai CUaii 1:1 ta 4;tt pja. on
Thunday.
Aim LADY OP PATMA-Cnranda
siiiulav laaaa at 1:00 a.m.
urdav. ..I
LAiasuaa vw
m TriBKra Paralaa
Sunday Mamaa at IHW and SOI aja.
Holy Day aamu ai ."v vj
CaaTiona: Saturday I JO ta aad
a ... .gjfe ,7,-.-' .... '
. a aa A4W
Utaeaiam viaaan antuoar 1
Mlraeuioua Madal Moranai t0 p.m.
'L'!!- ThiiA. 1 dM)
"'mm nwra-MTt .. Paaamd City
Sunday Mataas: 0:00 and llti

Holy Day Maaaea: 0:J0 and i:00 p.m. I -rj,. Priart la Cauvrga
(It it falla on Saturday tha Maaaaa BralPBDjAYS

:0O and 40 ajn.) f
LhMI. 140 to IM and!
70 to :00 p'.ro, Tnuradaye Before firat
Ixlday 1M pan. I
TheCrrridar?
f..hiBm Claaei-Altar'vtW anua aa I
44 m..
Catachiam Cleeel After f JO
Phiimclav. .
Wt THERESA'S CaeeB-
r,.. A.rT. a oo aa. IB tt mus I
an TsaWday : a.m.) I
CathiamcLslJ0 ta p.m onl
"cSeleea. ro ta g W fciaday.
ST. JOB3I BAPTIST PB LA SALLB
rara.Be an.
Sunday names: e WLZ
ttJjk- 'n.v. Mam: IM Mon. Thurs..
Fri. and Sat. Firat Mdaymami a.m. I
Holy Day maaaan ."7 I
....i,.. 1-M ta 4 JO aad 140 ta
S:00 pja. on saturaay. j
Mlraeuioua anecou t.
a.. .. .. I
tTatachlam Cram! 130 P m. oat nunoay I
at. MKstiri-a.aa. ,,; 1
Mtwavt Claaat Monday 1 tee pwm. I
Sunday Mamt-T.'OO aaa. v 1
Corifeeaiens: Satnrday JbtoTSg
hm, m, hiwi ...w
Thursday hafora e" IWdar aa pjn..
rnWhiaPA tJISijaV: Vaaau.
Sacred Hear Keveaat
r"i()T- am ... aa Thursday
vonven wa -7
ATLANTIC BIDS'
' ST. JOSrM'lVlaB
' fhrnday Mamas: :. and tjll am
- Holy Day Maasast and am. I
. t ... 1
Coniaaaiora: Saturday M ta and
T0 ta g:0O pjn.
Mlraeuioua Madal Revenai
:l and pjn.

Saored Heert Movanat Friday tl pml 110 a.m. Mornina Prayar
Suda Evening Serrlcaa J pm I Lest Sunday aach. Month, Holy Cem Cem-Corrvert
Corrvert Cem-Corrvert ClaawTJ pm aa lttamaya mimlon

Convert
and Thursdave,
t ....
I-.I..1,..-. flam- Sonday a.
nsi a.m. Sim pjn. ta 40 p.m.
UaLT 3A.KnJitlan ad Moat Blaas.
ad Sarramtmt all day. Reposition, at JO
- aaa. Cafe ama Blaalal rtsflar. t
First Saturday Derotione td mn Udy
at Fauma The Holy Rosary-0 a.m.
First Communioal imtruetkmB far ctal-
draa Manaava aad Tbura-aye aaa ta
70 PJB.
arrearmjTnri MCDAL ttaal
Sunday Maaaae: tiav, and M JOaJB.
Holy Day Maasast ) am. and
a is
CorTteation: Saturday 40 t la and
T-Ot ttlm P-BWAJter aaary aaca www
aing.-
lnenaaaa Medal Wee anas S-S
7sa aaa. aaa Monday. 1
Catechaam Claaa: After
Slrrt rrrasy sorjana-cm aa amy wa
Be Softool leer. -.
First Saturday i Maes at aaa.
-
HOLT FAMTLt CWlTaJCW hs MaitarMa
Sunday Masse: 7 JO. IBB, 41a in
First Saturday Mam I --e aja.
Weekday Mimas: am
aa ..uraay ... iw e- 1
Bflrarulaua BaeaAl aovena I m am I
Holy Dey Maaaea: 7 J am :! pm
nreaaion ... MM pm ee iwiav
verv Monday.' -.. I
Parish Family Rosary I
atiiauutton ....... aaarpjaii
eei t Wadnoadoy.
uaiiami inviur unw
aai j rrawT. : . 1
1st. FrtdaT DmUtma ,!
ST.
aiatuilS Bi
ctty
JO
I
Hary Day
- wi aad fan) tal
aa am Setvraey.
cateoaiem CJam: we a aa. aa aaaaai
Caaraarl Cam aeaiy hkmeay a la I
pm ' I
at'imuiaua mesas aavaaair ism aaa 1 a
aa iTaeaday . r I
naciea aaan jasisaai ism aa, bb i 1
tnrsf ACTJtATB fJtClTjfTK)
1 SJA am

CHUBMQTJC

la the Canal Zaae, aaaf rfca tereiaael
Holy Dav UiwvIM i.m.' -'
Gonfamsrus t:W l tKl av an Sat
uraay.
OVM. LAVt Of COOO COUNSKL
unday Mna: 7.-0C and 1:10 a.m.
Holy Say kUauai c.-oo ia and i.-OD
( laner nu. vvvninc aevononif
I- iineuloua UU) Movanat 1M M.
M Tbewlay.
-?J novaaai iw pJt
SnnilM bhunli 'lM m
I Rclinoui hutructinn r!l f rhil.
Idrcn: 4:00 n m. n ThitMHav
I ReUfloui, Instruction for adulta (Con
iucm m apanua)! 7o pja aa Mon
v.onrr tnitnJcUonn by anpolntraant
Episcopal
Tha Bt," Bay, Habar Gaadaa, S.T.O
Tha. Vary Bay. Main art J. Pataraaa,
,' m-i,mn waan
ANCON. CA
IU CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKB
. auMJUAxa
1:S0 ajn holy Communion.
ajn Mnta vommunioa fata Sua.
..-uav'i.
0:30 a.aa. Churrh SchiiAi
orninf: Prayar and Sarmon
. (Jmm,.-L,n-
J W1DN1SDAYS
I -SO a is. Holy Communion.
7:00 pra- Xvaning Prayar.
HOLT DAYS
am Holy. Communion.
130 a m Holy Communion,
' axn.v
1:1 a.aa. fdomlna Prayar'
COCOLI
i uniu mt Aaaiw
xna nev. William W. Baldwin.
Priart ia Cnarra
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
family Prayer and
I'M am.
unirch School f :M am
(Also Holy Communion Sod.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 1L00 a.m.
(Alio Holy Communion lit,
Sunday each month)
I WEDNESDAYS
COBOZAL
. Chapel at The Oeed Shepherd
vae aver, tjiarenca w. Haraa.
l1M .m u. w
IH.C. firat Prldav aawh Manihl.
, .,,.
.
7oV(r: PriStta Charga.
itrkiniv.
Choral Bucharlit and Bar.
aaon 70 a.m.
Church School ........... 1:00 p.m
MiwwfMi. AuuiiM wnurenman aw p.m
Jkvvfwona ana aannon i:ae a.
MONDAYS. TUISDAYA
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayar and: Holy
Communion ; t:0 a
Evening Prayer ... m p.m
Woman's AuxiUaryand and
4th Thursdave 7:ia a.aa
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... IM am
Morning Prayer .......... 0:00 a.m.
SATURDAYS
.evening rrayar ........... TWO pjn
Family Eucharist ......... StSO a.m.
' vuici wwilmum ........ ewe pan.
r.A. atrWA
' St Patera Chnreh
rne aiev. jena apeasv rriam an uaarge
.
Momtna Prayer and Church
School 1:00 IA
choral Eiicharlat end Ser-
mon It-M ajn
tnoiy Hvuna A. w noon
Evenamia and Addraaa ... I JO bjbl
3rd MONDAYS
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
nmnin. nuuuu, .......
woman Auxiliary I pja.
Ho Cemmimlon
.00 1J
.. PALO SECO
Chasel f the Holy Comforter
Tea. L, B. Shlriey, Priest la Charga
THURSDAYS '.:
gM a at. Holy Communion.
, MARGARITA
Chmrch ef St Marnra)
EspavO and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jams Renew, Bar tea
SUNDAYS
''-A am. W1 TVa--.iatta
v :4a ajn. inurcn acnooi
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
JO am. Holy Conuntrnion.
Chawel af Oar Sasleae
WEDNESDAYS ,-
JO a Ja Holy Communion.
. PA AISO
Tha Bev.'Allaa K, Wsartt,.
Prleat as Charre
Tha Rev-. Davta
( .3 vicar 1 mtinaa
aTOtBAtaj :,.;-.. : i
IsI iav Choral Euctortat is
t:M aja. Infant Baptiamv
g.aa nm. Crrurch JMiool
(heid In Bulldint, 131 '-.
pm Yeuth FallowahlB '
lelaa Evamona and Addraaa.
Ind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
I J B,ta. Woman's Auxiliary east
AM-
tauua meeuna.
. PANAMA CTTT,
St. Peal's Chawrb
The Tea Leased B. Shtrley, Beetea
TBe in run bl Atrnaa.
ISUNDATb ....
a4s 'a
J
u aj..
aC.3
'km Hoiy CetansuedeaT
at
i ne
Holy
m
Itux SDAYB
turn urn Hotm
srnrcnivi
eoe ai Hato
y-ea aja. Eianrng
TRimik'.iTa Aam nrfia'm
I 'M r BV Hotv
HH T datb
am Haty
CB3UST CBTTtCPI W-TataUSEA
" f fill. II ill I BUabHlMl
BURSA YB
(BO am Ifory Caarrrmmlaa.
aa am. Mmakii
Oa am Choral Cochartat astd I
aa am CTitwch Sdmai.
7 JB pm SolansB laaaaana a
aam
WEDNESDAYS
11 la Hary Cmiiiiiuntuii.
7 J pm gveasng Prayer aad

- t:SQ p nv Adult Confirmation Claaa.
r .-''.( THURSDAYS -.

1:00 pjtw Xvening Prayer and Madita-
, uoq. ,
- FRIDAY t
t :00 i.m. Children' Euchariat.
- SATURDAY
10 :00'aJtt. Junior Confirmation Clam,
7 JO pjn Compline and Meditation.
V RAINBOW Cm'' !'
Cherta ef St. Mary, the Vlrgta
,' The Bev, John A. Spalding, ..
, Priaet ha Charga v
SUNDAiS'.';
. Suna Auehariat .11 a.l
Chttruh Schoof ........... :i a.m
JEveni'in and Sermon .... 1 JO pja
thuhsiayb-, ; -
t- Holy Conununionl ,u,..., .-OS ajb
, BIO ABAJO
St. Chrtatepher'a Church .
loth Street, Parque Lefevre -'
. The Rv. Clarence W. JUyaa,
Prleat t Charp e
:.. The Be. Clarence A, CragwaaV.f"'
s ,(.,' Aasiitant
SUNDAYS ' ; r.
0.00 a.m. Holy Communion. -
T:S0 a.m. Sunt Kuchariat and Svrmon
10 JO am. Morning prayer and Church
" : SCfiOOl. t ....j.-,
12:00 oon' Holy Baptism.
:30 p.m. Evansona and Sermon. 1
MONDAYS i P
I JO pjn.. In and vd, Woman s Atia
i, liary. fc
TUESDAYS J
JO p.m. J u a I ay Daugntera er the
T:M pm. Youth, fellowship, -.
WEDNESDAYS ' r
' 1:00 a.m. Holv Communion. r
I 0 pjn. Evening Prayar and RaUgtout
lIUtTIMUOne, -r
THURSDAYS
:00 p.m.. Girls' Friendly Society,
S:00 p.m. 1st and Srd. Singletona,
SATURDAYS
:30 am. Junles Confirmation Claaa.
Other Churches
CHURCB OF TUB NAZABENB
- Ancon, C.Z.
Minister: Bev. Elmer O. Nalaea
Boa, 04 Ancon. C.Z. Balboa WW.,
Sunday School
a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
jiouin aarvm ............
Evening Service
NJT.M.S. Service
Prayar Meeting, Wed. ....
in aervl'
:4S ajn
j:30 pjn.
7:00 p.m.
7 JO pa
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCB
Pananva RJ- Strd Street East
' Rev. S. H. Brawn. Mtnlatea ,
SUNDAY .-...-J: L fe.-- f-
Divine worship ............ a.m
Bundav School 3 1:00 B.m
Sunday Maaaea T. 1M 11 M
hui AOtua, M J. Sunday aamuot at
:ae
' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetinxa Thursdays at 7 JO pjb. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
sM Balboa Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST '.
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Merman)
Sunday meetinaK In the- LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School UM la.
Sacrament Meeting ...... 4:00 p.m.
Primary; Monday 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 1:30 a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantis Branch
Building 300, Schoolhousa Road Satun,
i-anai z.one
Sunday School, Sunday .. 1:30 a.m.
Sacrament meetlnor Sunday 11 :00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 4:30 p.m
Primary, Wednesday 0:30 am
Relief Socletv. aa innainpni
Telephone. Catun M4 ee Cristobal M7
1 "j-"-, v,r T VP-
u out- M --"' v'.!- ;
CVBTJNDC PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A TV arm Hearts. Ctonreli"
Miltea K. Leldlgv Minister
Phona Res. ISv7U Of. 3.110
Sunday School. ..... 1J0 am.
(A dam for every age) ;
Morning Worjhlp 1140 am.
Youths Fellowship ......... 0:00 pm
I evening Worship ......... 7:00 pjn.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pjn.
A church aursey ia provided for your
. OLD CATHOLIC CHUROI
. Bi Baahael The Arehaagei
. lath K BTiaa Na.. I
' Holy Buchariat: Bunda al I JO a
Tuasdava, Wadnaadava and Tbumdavs
am. .,-.,'.......,.,..
Saeramant at OnctloB (Healing fear,
vice) Flrat Sunday at aach month ai
? am ... 41. r
a. ..
Bt Rev. T. jaroaa A A
efUnAtine.
Manalna doaotio- at ........ Saw aa.
Fellowabh Warehw at ...... Ua) am
Sunday SeBoal at .... S.-00 am
uraaa sbtsim as ........... iw
' BARAl CENTER
BAHAfS CENTER
M First Street
Urbanfaacloa EI Carman, .Panamd City,
lnfarmai Taunt aaa Uatcuaaione
Thuradaya ..,S:00 pm
Ceiea. tth At Fraart Streets
- fanstatea Amsrleaa Sasaar)
Study Claim Thuradaya, I M am
BETHEf.. MISSION CaTURCB
Esnalaba St- Paraiae, C Z.
Rev Wales aa V Stewart. T
Sunday: U:M am Worship 'gervtee.
1:00 pm Sunday SchooL
7:1 am Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wedneadavi I J Mid-waek Chriatiaa
Fellowship.
Tnursdayt se cnetr ntnearmt.
raaayi ia wacaan'a
aUty.'
' THE CHURCB OP COO
TO! Eighth Stsaat CeMs
Bee. (I- W. riaaeliaa Baatae
Sunday Schol JO a m.
Morning Worship 1(40 a.m
Nigttt Service JO pm'
FIBST CHURCH OP COB '4,
Car. Jassalca aad Trlalded Sas,
Bamheer CHy; Caaal Raaa
' Rev. L ay. saadaws, raatae
Morning Worship ..... am
sunoay atcnam tt w a m.
murk aatsita 19a
' THE CRTRCH OF COD
New FsspWeBsnTe ''..',.
Mra. Maada Htaea. Paetee
BibvUv SchaaJ 1 am
Morning Wersalp) ....... 1 ao am
Right Service .......hM IMajs
tbb nnrBai bp bob si abs
M eerie Oaeaa ReV-dtth St.
Bar. Warn. J, Jaamaaa Peases
Stinday aVhao 0 JO am
Morning Worship ..... .n, 100 am.
High gailia ........... la pja
CmTRCR B OOB CPialaiaalsO
Rev. B B. Wstasn, Overseer
Phona S-42A, Bes tSX Gam baa
Churrhae at Paralaa, CX (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman O. Whyte). Colon. RJ
("ev, Femawda Lorence), Ria Aba4e
(re. an Mrs. Chartae rUynea). an
Catrv Ra. and Mra, ClirTord Orai
Sunday
weekdays
at aB
: DaWa Hrlrhes. CX
- v (FaO Gesaall
Be. Cart THiiina
t Beat 17C. (lameee.
C-S.
e-ni
Sneetel bsjTwars BMg.' DUhM Raffhta
maaoay cneni 4J am.
Worship Servica la am
Youth aervice ............
Evensjelivtie gai,c, Ijaam
Wad. Btal Study At Praym Ida) am

ES

Posts and Bases
J . ..PACIFIC glDb 1
I.;, 'j. PrelestaBt i
FORT AMADOR v
Sunday School t:0C
.Morning Worship 10 00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School
(Building- Na.
' 120) .. 00
..Morning 'Worship 10:30
."Thursday s Evening Mld-Weefe..
Service 7:30
Youth Fellawahlp Sunday .... 0:00
FORT KOBBE
. Sunday. School 0:00
Momlng Worship ....... 10:30
'Evening Worship ..." 7:00
1 : Worships Service, i Madden Wy" 7 :00
Wotahlp, Service Rio Hato .... :15
" Chriitiaa Youth Fellowship . v" :00
' Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
: Officer's Christian UnlonThurs. t:0O
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday school f :3fl
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 1:30
t Morning Worahlp 1:30 tt 10:45
VWUf ffUVWauP .t.M.Mf.MM,,
U.S. WAVAL STATION, Rodman
. Bunaay ncnooi ... .,. . r, :so
Morning Worship .. ....,,.. 4140
: Holy Communion Firal Sunday
" al Month) ., ; ... ..
Uth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
-' anuriiinir vrorania ,,,r, i. .,. . w:vy
i .(Holy- Communion First Sunday
t of Month). ..'"'rJ.-,..'-
Navajv Radio Statian. Summit... :00
,i"4V '' Vi.'- :
rui Catheita '
FORT .AMADOR j .' J'"
w.i,y-flM ....,.........., :au
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00 A 1:30
ConfeMidns,. Saturday ..,.. :30 A T'.IO
Sunday 1. 1:00 aV 1:25
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mam :U
Sunday Maaaea ....7:45 A, t:00
Confessions Saturday .. 0:30 A, AiOO
FORT KOBBI '.
Daily Maai u
.Saturday Masses . .
4:15
, 1:00
nunday Masses
. 1:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotioni .... 7 :30
Confessions Saturday.. 4:00 As 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday. Mam 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Daily Mam ... COO
Saturday Mam 7:00
; Sunday Mamas 7:4 as 12:00
Spanish .7:01)1
Novena Servlces.Tueedsy 7:04
Conleaslons-Saturday 7:00
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mam
JO
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday. ,.
2:00
7:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
4:00
1:30
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC StDB
PreiaataBt
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 151 ....
Morning Worship
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 203
Tuesday
KYBB Wedneadsy Post Chspel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chspel
1:00
10:30
7:00
7:30
FORT GULICK
, Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worahlp 10:45
: Youths PeHowshlp, Sunday 4:30
Bible Study, Wedneadsy, ..... .734
Ladles ChapeJ Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Bala
t Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 1 11:04
Holy Communion First Sunday
at Month)
Calhsila
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mam
Sunday Mam
Confessions : Saturday
Sunday
" ,1
7:00
0:30
0:00
:4J
FORT CULICK
Daily. Mass
Saturday Mam
Sunday Mamas 7:41 A
Confessions, Saturday . 4:00 A
7:00
7:00
10:15
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sola
uauy Man
Saturday Mam
4:00
1:30
nunoay Mam
1:04
COCO SOLtTO
Sunday Mam
7 JO
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:11
Greek Orthoses
Creek Orthodox ssrvlces are conduct.
ad .at tha Church ef the Anunciation.
Via Bellaarlo P arras. San Francisco da
la Caleta, Panama City. R.P. and at
the Church, of St. Anthenv. Avanlda
Mel end Colon, RJ., on alternate Sun.
oeya at I JO. Far further Information.
can ma ornce ex the Army Chaplain,
sasiis.
Seventh Day
Advent, st
Waekh? Smelim
la aB Church m aa
f oUowa
SATURDAY:
Bebeath School 1 J am
Divine Service 11 am
Youth's Meeting 4 JO pm
Wedneadsy Bible Study
aai aui 73 a .aa.
Paeifia aide Paaaaut Baibae Bsstrtct
Pastor W. H. Wallar TaL MJ 300
Caba Vsrda, Ava. J. F..ae la Oasa Ha.
IT.
Chen-tile sua Me. 27
PueMe Nueva 1-A Bt
and 4th Sin
Ria Abaio 11th St. Be. TT
Sal bee Chspel 444 Gavuaa.Rd. Bai-
Boa iBenn-oay only.
Spaalah Chwrrhee Pane aai aad
rCilsiasila District
Fastor Bubea Bull
PsosmA Calls Darln Na. I
.CHstoeeL 10lh dt Balivar Ava,
- Ganaboa ts Fri)oiea.
Baatrirt Pastas A, A. Crlssli
Tel. Ns. a-iaa
Gamaaa Praltt Psrs-way Frljoles.
Allaatm SMa Ceana aad
Oiatesal Dtsarart
Barter NeeriaiWTea. HH
CaMn Srd St. Censnsl ava. traaia-
bal Itth at BoUvar Ave. ...
.CeBtsBl afiiee! bevUAB a aaa xav a-
Jewish
Jaartoa WbMbt Beard Bid 71S-X La
Bora Raaa, Balbaa. CX Base faethaa
Bttkia llarector.
Sarvi Prtday.. tJS am
SJ pm
Sea Ba Bsttnai at iewiah
aa BlaBBBa
ateaaasa Kei taeaiWi fsreat Ava.
nlaa C-ihe aad ath Sereet, BeUa Taaa
rail ssa itis a si lines aaa am
Liithsrin
BPVDRMU UlTWJtaaB CTtTJBCB
lead at Whrat
Bebart F.
P O. aaa 4
Skmaay Sckae. Bible arms ISO am
Divine Sti ike M:lt eaa.
"Brvine Swke at Mar Tha tt Bt
arsaretl
4 44 p.m.'

US Army Caribbean
To Receive Safety

Award Of Honor
1
, The- National Safety Council has
approved the nomination of the U.
S. Army Caribbean, to receive the
Safety Award of Honor for 1956.
according to notification from the
Department of the Army.
A letter from uen. w. a. fann fanner,
er, fanner, acting chief of staff of the U.
S. Army, to Mai., Gen. Thomas L.
Harrold. commanduie seneril of
USARCARIB, congratulated turn-
on the superior achievement wnicn
the award will recognize.
"This is the highest "safety a
ward which may be made to your
organization," Palmer said, "and
represents superior achievement
in preventing accidents and main maintaining
taining maintaining a comprehensive and ef
fective saiety program, you ana
the' personnel of -your command
are to be commanded for this at
tainment. :
"Your demonstrated Interest' In
the safety program should result
in further improvements within
your command during 1957" the
letter concluded.
Actual presentation of the award
to the command' is expected to
take place later.
Trolsky's Widow
Has Been Admilfed
To US Temporarily
WAShAgTON, April 20 (UP (UP-Immigration
Immigration (UP-Immigration Commissioner Jo Joseph
seph Joseph M. Swing said today that the
widow of the late Leon Trotsky
has been admitted into this coun country
try country temporarily "in the interest of
the government."
"The circumstances surrounding
her admission, the date, place or
present whereabouts will not De
disclosed, he added.
It was understood that Mrs.
Natalia I. Trotsky, now more -than
75 years old, was staying with
friends at an undisclosed town
about 10 miles from New York.
Because of her long Communist
background, Mrs. Trotsky was al allowed
lowed allowed into the United States under
a special parole procedure. She
has lived in Mexico for the past
20 years.
An immigration -spokesman said
it was a "fairly good asumption"!
that Mrs. Trotsky arrived in this
country about two weeks ago.
There have been- reports that'
Mrs. Trotsky will' be asked to tes
tify before some congressional
committees. As the wife of one of
the leaders of the 1917 Bolshevik
revolution, she knew many of the
present Soviet officials intimately.
Trotsky himself was assassinat assassinated
ed assassinated in Mexico in J940. Many believe
his murderer was acting on orders
of the Soviet government of Pre Premier
mier Premier Josef Stalin, long Trotsky's
enemy in the Communist move movement.
ment. movement. Eden Declines
Offers Of Help
To Pay Operation
BOSTON. April 20 (UP) Sir
Anthony Eden today declined of offers
fers offers of financial help to pay for
his recent intestinal 'operation.
In a statement issued through
British Consul General Robert
H. K. Marrett, Eden said he was
"most grateful- for the various of offers
fers offers made by friends in both the
United Kingdom and in the USA"
to raise funds to cover his medical
expenses.
"While deeply touched by this
kindness, he (Eden) wishes it to
be known that he does not desire
any such collections to be made
on his behalf."
The consulate information offi
cer, in releasing the statement, i
said Eden was aware that a
number of people" had offered
him financial aid and that at least
one British newspaper was plan planning
ning planning a fund-raising drivo on his
behalf
Eden's medical expenses hsve
been estimated at between $7,000
and M.400.
"He thinks it is wonderful what
these people want to do on his
behalf but ha gratefully declines
it, the information officer said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Har
old Macmillan also disclosed in
London that Eden had turned
down offers of help.
Macmillan told Parliament that
steps .already have been taken"
to insure that Eden has enough
foreign exchange dollars to take
care of his needs.
While Eden has been hospital.
ized. Lady Eden has been staying
at the Kits Carlton Hotel. She still
was there today.
Eden was reported making sat-,
itfactory progress ia recuperaung
from his bile duet operation Satur-
day. Lahey Clinic reported his con con-dictioa
dictioa con-dictioa gg "good" today.
Senator Has Word
For Auto Makers
On Small Cars
WASHINGTON, April 20 (UPV-
Sea. Preacatt Bash (R-Cona) teld
American automobile makers to
day that they had Better "get
busy" with the ematntetsM of
smart, economy- ears.
Addressing the Sep ate. he said
tha increasing number ee. laiall
foreign cars aa the read today
indicates that other countrirt an!!
ooa preempt" the United state
Motromy ear market.
TAR End PEACE"
$tiris May Isi 7.
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House Ignores President's Pleas:
Cuts US Information Budget 26

WASHINGTON, April 20 (UP),

ine nouse, unmoved ay-repeated
presidential pleas, completed ac
tion this week on a bill cutting the
new u.- b. information Agency
budget by 28 per cent.
it acted shortly after President
Eisenhower told a news confer
ence he "couldn't overemphasize"
the importance of the agency in
explaining to -the world what we
are trying to do."
The measure now goes to the
Senate which-may be equally un
responsive to Eisenhowers ap
peals for more USIA money.
sen. styles Bridges (NH). chap
man of the Senate Republican Pol
icy committee, said the Senate
might argue to restore part of the
w,wu,ow cut out of the budget by
the House.
But he said there was no nossi-
bility it would approve the full
144 million dollars sought by the
President.
The House allotted $106,100,000
to the USIA in a $563,799,793 mon

fbaster in more than a season, it's, a
Resurrection life that Ghrist wants"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C Z.
8:30 Worship Service "RESURRECTION
APPOINTMENTS"

9:30 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOL (Class for all ages)
Man can never know Christ nor be guided by tht
Holy Spirit apart from tha Study of the. Bible.
Study the Word in a fully graded Sunday SchooL

10:40 Worship Service

STONE PULPIT"
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION

7:30 Annual Easter Cantata
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenjer shipi to New.
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francitco
and Seattle.
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mm

EASTER IS A MESSAGE

6:00 SUNRISr SERVICE AT AMADOR
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (lassss for all ages)
"0r Umxbing it huti tifon His XTvri. Th BibU ir twmtrj:
d wot ftrifbtrd in our church. Bring th jmnUj I hit Smndwj
11:00 "BEHOLD I AM ALIVE FOR EVERMORE?
6:00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS (Gradss 4 ani up)
7:00 "THE BELIEVER'S RESURRECTION', i
Afltr ittth dots tht totU slttp? Whtrt it Htdts? tmraitsti-

Thtt it-ill tht rtswrrtcltd body
wiper ort..'

ey bill which also contains fund
for the State and Justice Depar
ments, federal courts and a apei
ial presidential fund. -.
Before final passage, tha. Horn
rejected, 205 to 168, a move to ct
by $7,039,958 the State Depart
ment's funds for payments to is
ternational organizations, such rs
the United Nations. :

This reduction., snonsored5! h
;Rep. H. R. Gross (R-Iowa), ws
teniativeiy approved but did Bt
stand up in the roll call vote
Eisenhower told reporters he di
not have "any crystal ball tha
gives me an exact estimate of th
exact amount that is necessary'
to carry on an effective oversea
information program, j -
"But I do say this function Is p
important that I think cutting dol
lars here uselessly is about thi
worst kind of economy that couli
possibly be practiced," he added
He said "we must not regari
the USIA as a diminishing bu
rather somewhat increasing fune
tion of government."
"A MESS ACE FROM THE j
OLIVET TO
HOXO 760 Kes.
Beeby, Pastor
,1.
NURSERIES PROVIDED
Arrlvsdj i;
Cristobal
..April tf"
iv' ...April tt
May 1
, May IS
May If
May 14"'
Arrives
Cristobal
....April II
... .April 29,
....May
..May 1J
EASTER

MEAN TO YOU?

it merely s symbol of finery

you have failed to grasp Hs true
significance . you are lost in the 4
trivis of the day i

bt Lit? Will org leaa erl

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN ...INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER X.
Social and Otlie

SATURDAY, APRIL JO, 195T 1

Texas Oilman 95
' '
Convinced That
'Snowman' Exists
" KATHMANDU, Nepal (UP)
Texas oilman Tom Slick reonrted

JJox,I34a
erwide

Bu Sta

erd

79'

ranama

if Gtaaftmmb, WarnafU, Biriki, Pai'iu mnJ ravtt ikon I J it wiaitil ptompthi U hut-numb ilioum,
Jt mil L MObJl y fcijU w Panama 2-0740 3-Q74I Llwtm 9lOO; m4 10 0-m, miff

FIRST LADY WILL BE FETED AT TEA PARTY
TO BE GIVEN BY LADIE SOF DIPLOMATIC CORPS
The ladies of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i una will give a tea party Tuesday, April 30 at the Hotel
J E1 PGuestaof honor will be the First Lady of Panama Mrs.
I Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.

by

Mr. and Mrs. MeCormaek
Leave ror states
mv. arm tors. C. S. MeCormaek
saueu xnursuay aooaru p.

uncoil xor inew iw
Xuey will oe mm ou auval

CormacK's uaugnter, wao uves w

jseaioiu ueiawBi:.
-The McCormacks will spend two

Jjjjonths vacation vanuua
of the States.

, Mrs. G. A, Sharp
Elected President
n m.vI Officers' Wvies

New officers were elected for

tho Naval Officers' Wives' Club

. t its roeular monthly luncheon

held Tuesday, at the Tivoli Guest Guesthouse.
house. Guesthouse. Mrs. G. A. Sharp will pre preside
side preside during the next six month
term commencing in May. Mrs.
N. P. Vegelahn is vice president,
Mrs R. A. Sexton is recording
secretary, Mrs. J. B. McElroy is
treasurer, and Mrs. W. H. Clark
is corresponding secretary
Many members of the Club at attended
tended attended their last meeting. Those
who are leaving the Isthmus soon
are Mrs. W. B. Tucker (a past
president of the Club) and Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames G L- Brown, Jr., I. C.
nnoirmn R XI. Gunn. H. ii.

HnnS Jr. H. C. Niepsey, F. J. Mr Fastlich

vor bv providing some of the nec

essary tools be it needle and
thread or hammer and saw. A

continuing need of the Clubs con
Iributions is forseen by Rev. But
lor nnccihlv in tlip nrntrram of im

I proving public health and sanita

tion in Guachapau.

Other guests who enjoyed the

luncheon and the talk of the Kev.
Charles Butler were Mesdames J.
W. McCall. Eari Paderewski, J.

E. Fowers. and Isaac Perez all

euests of Mrs. J. E. Hollings

worth; Mrs. M. F. Cilley guest of

Mrs. G. F. Richardson; Mrs Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Lew and Mrs Jose G. Ve Velasquez
lasquez Velasquez guests of Mrs. A. R. St.
Angelo; and Miss Alene Drezmai,
guest of Mrs. G. W. Taylor.

JMTINfiS

Mrs. G. W. Carroll after presid presiding
ing presiding over the last business meeting
of her term in office turned the
gavel over to Mrs. G. A. Sharp
and presented her with a corsage

of gardenias. Other retiring offi officers
cers officers pinned their successors with
similar corsages.

Winners of the door prizes were

Mrs. W. H. Clark. Mrs. W. a

Tucker. Mrs. M. F. Colley, and

Mrs G M Clifford

Each notice for inclusion in this
column should be submitted in

type-written form and mailed -to
th box number listed daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise,' or delivered
bv hs.nd to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Unit Lodge No. 1084
Wilt Hola Initiation

At Paraiso Lodge Hall

Unity i.odge iw. 1084 of the IB

PO Eucs of W., will convene a spe.

cial session for the initiation of

candidates at the Paraiso LLodge

Hall tonight at 7:30.

today his yeti-hunting expedition
in the. Himalayas left him "95

per cent convinced" that an
"abominable snowman" exists.
t, v i
Slick said he photographed three
sets of footprints measuring : 10. i

10?4 and 13 inches.' He said "we

also collected some hair believed
to be from the yeti and recorded
some, very convincing eye-witness
accounts of -encounters with the

yeti.'"

'He said his"' party examined
yaks whjch were reported to have
been "mangled and killed" bjr the

yen, -me native term tot -tne
snowman,

P van Jr and H F Silsby, Jr

I Bpu and Mrs. Charles Butler

V mm thp Methodist Mission in the

i Guachapali area of Panama City
: were present, as special guests of

i 4 the- Club.
The Mission is one of the orga-
N nizations the Club aids in its cha-
' ritable program and the Rev.
s;' ". Charles Butler told the Club how
itsdonations have-been one of the
I mainstays in enabling the Butlers
1 s, to carry on their work especially
' in" the vocational guidance endea-j

'WAR and PEACE"
Starts May 1st
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To Attend
World's Fair

Mr. Adelbert Fastlich will leave

tomorrow for a month's stay in
New York City.

While there he plans to
the World Fair.

attend

Orchid Chapter Will
Hild Charity Ball
And Card Party
The annual Charity Ball and
Card Party will be held April 27
at the Tivoli Guest House from 8

o'cock to 12 midnight.

The door prize is a sterling sil silver
ver silver coffee and tea service.
There will also be table prizes
for cards and spot prizes for dancing.

'Amigas' To Hold
Easier Review
Al Colon Stadium

An Easter fashion review and

musical Festival will be staged by

Las Amigas de la Caridad tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at the Colon Stadium,

beginning at 6 p.m.
Featured in the fashion show will
be the latest styles in feminine
wear to be modeled by members
of the charity organization and
other young women from the cim cim-munity.
munity. cim-munity. The style review will in include
clude include sport and evening dresses
and an East Indian sari by Miss
Jangi Jhatmatmal.
Heading the musical groups to
appear will be the Ft. Gulick mili military
tary military band which will furnish East Easter
er Easter music. Gladstone Gordon and
his group will play special selec selections
tions selections for the occasion.
AnothW feature of the show will

be square dancing, by a teenage

troup comprised oi taientea per

formers.-

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COMPLETED FIRST AID COURSE Members' of Fort Gulick Distaff organization who recently were awarded their First
Aid certifictes for successfully completing the first aid course' at Fort Gulick are (left to righjt Mrs. Marthella Saunders, Mrs.
Jacqueline. Boniface, Mrs. Ann Wilson, Mrs. Barbara Cerrone,- Mrs. Pearl Best, Sp2 Theodore G. Smith of the Fort Gulick: Dis Dis-ensary
ensary Dis-ensary who was the Instructor, Mrs. Veda Van Pelt, Mrs. Louise Tanner, Mrs., Doris Carpenter, Mrs. Sara Andrews; Mrs; An An-drews,
drews, An-drews, Mrs. Geraldlne Ralgoza and Mrs. Anna Q. Vigil. ', ...

.EUROPEAN TOUR-- Panama
businessman Adalbert Fast-"
lich (above) who is observing
another birthday today, Is
also scheduled to depart on
an extended businessyvacatioh
to Europe. During his tour Mr.
Fastlich plans to visit several
of the manufacturers his firm
represents here in Panama.

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DAR Congress Reaffirms Faith In Religious Training,
Traditionalism; Calls For Effective Water Conservation

WASHINGTON, April 20 (UP) during means of safeguarding the

nauon against Communism.
Miss. Diggs, a high school teach teacher,
er, teacher, said "there is an element" in
America which is "trying to de destroy
stroy destroy religion." She declined to
say where she taught but said
that her school as well as a num number
ber number of others hold no daily Lord's
prayer or Bible reading.

The Daughters of the American

Revolution ended their 66th Conti

nental Congress today bv re

affirming their faith in God as the
only way to safeguard the nation

against communism.
The delegates applauded a rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation by Miss Kathryn
Diggs of the District of Columbia
who urged the Daughters to "go

out to the schools"; to try to put

religious training back in basic
education."

The Daughters earlier approvedJ

a resolution.- which pledged their
efforts toward "renewed spiritual
emphasis in all phases of life."
It restated the DAR's "faith in

Divine Providence as the only en

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'If we don't do something about
the lack of religious training, I'm
afraid, the results will be devas devastating,'!
tating,'! devastating,'! she said.
At their closing session, the
Daughters installed seven new
vice presidents general elected in
balloting yesterday. They wound
up their convention activities at a

Danquet tonight.

The session was marked by the
independent flavor struck vester-

day when a surprising number of

delegates dissented to proposed

resolutions.
The Daughters1 applauded 'and
overwhelmingly approved a resol resolution
ution resolution submitted from the floor on
water conservation instead of he
resolutions committee's proposal.
The proposal adopted ca'Jed for
a "vigorous program" of action

-'at every level of government" to
conserve the: nation's water sup supply.
ply. supply. It said almost every community
is faced or threatened with the
two-fold problem of adequate wa water
ter water supply and deteriorating qual quality
ity quality resulting from -pollution."
The Daughters also approved a
resolution "vigorously protesting"
shifting observance of traditional
holidays to Mondays. It said bills
pending in Congress to move
Washington's birthday and other
holidays to Mondays to permit

longer weekends were "downgrad "downgrading
ing "downgrading of our great national .heroes
and occasions." ;
Vice presidents general .installed
were: Mrs. Robert Henry Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, Swainsboro, Ga.; Mrs. Arthur
Leslie Allen, Pueblo, Colo.4 Mrs.
William Edward Hicks, Slnvevo
port, La.-; Mrs. William Wallace
McClaugherty, BluefieldV W. Va.:
Mrs. Harold Foor Machlan; Coral
Gables, Fla.; Mrs. Edwin Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Abels, Lawrence, Kan.; and
Miss Ruth Stayton Massey, Os Osceola,
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Baker Beaten
To Death For

Making 'Passes'

DOTHAN. Ala.. ADril 20 fUPW

Police found the body of a baker
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urnicn w aeui in nis automooue

today after a nieht of drinkine.

and an argument over alleeed

-passes at anomer man s wife.

The police said they were Ques

tioning a suspect, but would not

discuse nis name, because he had
not yet ybeen formally chaffed.
Howevef, police said, the suspect's

wite denied even knowing the dead

man.

The body of J. B. Holmes, an em

ploye of the Colonial Baking Co.
of Dothan, was found in bis car
iutside his apartment about 1 a.m.
today. He had been beaten to death

with a heavy instrument, -appar

ently a wrench, police said.

Holmes' children found their fa

ther's body when they went out
looking for him. The victim was

estranged from his wife, who, lives
in Florida. ' w

Police said Holmes and a fellow fellow-employe
employe fellow-employe of the baking company
went out drjnking last night m
Holmes' car and began arguing

over Holmes' alleged attentions to
his friend's wife and finally went
behind a garage to settle the argu

ment. ; ;
There, police said, Holmes was
apparently killed ;The killer then
loaded his victim hack into the
car and drove .it' back, parking

it outside uie ceaa man s nome,

police related. f

DARIEN LODGE A.F. & A.M.
A';SSecial Communication will be held forlthe
purpose of conducting Funeral Services over
the remains of
BRO. LINDEN WILLIAM FOSTER
at the Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, C Z.
Mondav, April 22, 1957 at 1:30 p.m.
.JfS"- .riff'' -Jt$
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Secretary

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Whale On Beach
Expires In Midst
Of Rescue Efforts

ASSATEAGUE. Va April 20

(UP The Coast Guard rushed

ships and a. construction team
brought a bulldoier to a beach

near here today to save a distres distressed
sed distressed whale, bat the rescue mission
ended in failure.

The whale, a C5 footer, wasne4

ashore last nieht. The owner of a

nearby beach club spitted it and
telephoned the Coast Guard. He
saw the whale was still alive.

The cutter Marion and an am

phibious landing ship were dis dispatched
patched dispatched immediately from Fifth
Coast Guard District at Norfolk,
Va. A bulldozer was ordered to

the keach front a construction
group here.;

Tbey arrived at ue waaM s siae

at T:30 a.m. The eoastguardsmea
hitched a rope around the whale's
middle and the' bulldoier -got be-,
hind the big animal. At :30 a.m.!

the snips started pulling and the

bulldozer started pusning.

As hour later the whale aed

into the water, but it was too late. 1

"She's dead," a Coastguards! an

announced.

The cutter pulled her out to the

s.000 fathom mark and cut her

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Institution Guaranteed by the Slate
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts

INITIAL DEPOSIT. $5.00

VVt tP. ,oans y',th Mrariteei"on first mortjajss ;
''"or other securities.
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of 48 weeks
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docurrrents. in 4 different sites.

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' ifaturdav? Anril 21. t Lt. Garvyn

H. Moumblow Memorial Post 3876

, .Post Home in Cristooat. it siarts

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wntuaf for NEA service

ti-4&i' futurity

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' tolffiN ytonr aid .na f part
ifcore oKO and half or wore of
the lilsh cards' In the pack, you
-tflfat to be able W play the hand
bt'tne' lowest possible citrate in
"ytfuf best suit. In order to do this
lt is8 etteffltial ta use the response
t'twa a loweT-valUftd suit as
4tlf bid and 6t fttf a' force.
"Tjte'a look at the South band.
He has seven' points and a good
ig vextHliamomi suit. His part part-fuir
fuir part-fuir has opened one pade and fte
Heidi like td jflay the band t
two diamonds'. Mow can e Jffct
there?

a The nsw is simple, hb
. should .just bid two diamonds.

With' no part ecore, North would
hv tt bid egeirt. With 60 part
core North- icr supposed to pass
unless he is interested in a slam

ir UmlM crUin that duimond m

Hot the" best uit.'
VitofW rinwk hnlii m SOO& five

esrrd Bdf milt nd if biddable

ftur car hetrt uit. Nverthe Nverthe-4sif,
4sif, Nverthe-4sif, ft he has confidence in hit

Partner h should pass, as ne ma.
i Tw diamonds' it the only con

tract that North and South can
' iftalev' 'sainst ood defense. Eren
that iniht hv Kone lbWn if

Sn'ntK had tilihd carelessly. v

h Etst'e kintf club won the

-first trie ftttd M club Was return returned..
ed.. returned.. Dutfimv iron with the ansC;

thaW at diamond wt led and won
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Mtift to the? c hd tecond,
ft niffrt Nevt vam heart

a the" ce, followed by the ruff f ;

tftMtf fpa'de. ? 7
J5outhrhd Hv tridrt in and
'-stifl held that tfueen-jack nine r

tramptV Hi played fhtf nieen thd
Waat ahowed ut. South was'

'at 11 -a.m. nd the chargers $1.00
for adults and 60 cents for chil children.
dren. children. There will be ponies to ride
and games for all ages.

You -are again reminded to cave

used stamps for disabled veterans

and forward them to V.F.W. Post

3876, BOX 1333, CHStODal Z. flflT

teavetitem at the Post Home

The Post will hold its regular

business meeting at the Post
Home Monday night at 7:30. tAll
members are urged to attend.

Pacific Navy Wives1
To Hold Splash
Party Monday

A Splash Party will be given
for members, prospective mem

bers and' their husbands at the

pool at Rodman .Naval Station at
7 p.m. on Monday.' Admission' fee
will be 30 cents per persons. Ham
burgers,- hot dogs nd cold drinks

will .he served.
For fun there will be 'contests

and games for 'everyone. A tea
st will h rafflnd lsO. All Tro-

ceeC wil go to-ihe Patific Navy
Wives' Cub -wefare fund.
GrtOp T Girl Scobts
Go On First OVernloht Camp

Girl Scouts of Troop No. 8 Had

their first taste of overnitfht camp-

ine on April 12 when they pitched

their tents ahd bedded down for

the night at the Police Park at Mar
garita. Dinner that night was -' a

"nose-bas" affair, but tne tun Be

gan the next morning wnen tney

cooked breakfast tiver an open

fire. i

Thev remained n the scene

throughout the day to participatel

in the Girl Scout rauy oi au utn

Scout troops on the Canal one

which Was held at the ronce rant

later Oh in the day.

Those narticioatine were: Chris

tine Bath, Kathy Dietz, Beverly

Orever. Virginia Fans, Christine

Fuller, Ann Gilley, Janet'. Hover-

son. Susan Mathiesom Myra jni

chols, Barbara O'Neal, Mary Ann'

PennocK. Leslie menmona, oanars
Sellers. Sandra Weigle and the

ipiider f the troon, Mrs. Nichols.

with Mrs. Mathieson assisting, and

Senior Scouts Kathleen Cox, Darien
Dietz, Katie O'Brien of Troop 88
and their' leader, Mrs. Cox who

served in an aaisory capavu;,

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' MAS: WlttlAM V SCHLESS, recruiting officer for the 20th Infantry Regiment, Tort Kobbe, k shown congratulating seven of
a total oi eight sergeants who reenlisted in one day for further service with the "Sykes Regulars." From left to right re:
.SFC Tolbert Weaver Jr, Sgti and Mrs. Thomas H. Jarrett, Sgt, and Mrs. Uoyd J. eullivan with- daughters susan and Lynn,
' Sgt. nd Mrs. Robert if. Ladher Egt. And Mrs. William H, Mo Cord, SFC and' Mrs. Charlie J. A. Mills, and Sgt, Henry H. Me Me-lain,
lain, Me-lain, who Is teceiYina: handshaker Sgt. and Mrs. Robert C. Da rsnek (8th man to "Re-Up") are not shown.

SifTYlvfcg Rebel

V2itb Confederate
Fa Cirlhd:y

GATE CITY, Va., April 20 tP)

"General" John sailing, virgin'
ia'a last surviving Confederate vet-

eran, sent word from his moun

tain home today he wants uon
forioMt flsp with his rank

scribed on it for his 111th birth birth-dav
dav birth-dav next month.
Sailing,, private in 1865, but
now an honorary general of the
Confederate army, said he wanted
to hang the flag to front his

home s tourists passing oy wui

know he's living mere. x
The aged veteran, who stiB has
full head of black hair, didn't
y how- he wanted the rank in inscribed
scribed inscribed on the flag but comment commented
ed commented anlv that "they'll have to work

that out down at Richmond,'"
Meanwhile, town Afficials here

have started preparing for the fth-

WwfteT U Make two More trtcki ual rtremonv that t akes DlaeeJ

aatter how last played. ay 15 when sailing na ms eirtn-

Jcdipot ATlnncr Vcn Dcrcn Cuts
tax Talcc Dy Vcddlnjj Secretary

ST. THOMAS', Virgin Islands,
April 20 UP Charles Van Doren
a $4,400 r year college' instructor
uhA ht thff ianknot on a -television

ftni Trt-newim. added t leist

$20,000 to his takeotne py todsy

by giving tne -ngni nwi

lice coun.. ine .wiwbwm
r !hifK.n 31 married the at-

tr.rtiv 29-vear-old secretary he

hired last wmter to neip nini
or.r hiii fan mail, which included

hundreds of proposals irora wm-
seeking to change tl hy

scholar's bachelor status. ,3

The surprise wedding to brtmfette

..ia Ami RcrnSfein oeiore

ri;n Tnrioe I vri Micnaci tui

permit Van Doren to hold down
the tax bite onv Ws 129,000 qu
show Winnings by tiling jqiht

vainrn Tan fenerts fifiurtd van

Doren's take now wouio os w

tween 55,000 ana f80,uoo.,

Complete Surprise-
The wedding came as a com com-nipt,
nipt, com-nipt, siimrise to Van Doreii's cloS

ot AUa0ii in New York. But

the bride's mother: Mrs. Lillian

Alderman ; said' in New Britaih,

Con the eouple had known each
other more than a year "and we

know thev would be married some

day." Neither baa been muiiw

before.

Mr AldVrman said her daught

er had not told her of the wedding

plans. Other relatives said the

couple took advantage- of Yan
Doren's Easter yacaliOtt from

school- tt jslif. away .wont-' new

York last Saturday ana avoio ids
nuhlicltv that a wedding in the

United State might Aave brought.
mm Alderman' said Van Dor-

fh'e Nationai Broadcasting Co, tel

evision eiuis show ."Twenty-une"

had nothing to do with her daught

ers decision.
"She would have married him
even if he had been just a 14,400
a year teacher," Mrs: Alderman
said.
Ne Marriage Plans
Throughout his quiz show stint,
Which ended March 11 when he
was defeated by lady lawyer Mrs.
Vivienne Nearing, Van Doren had
insisted that his numerous activi activities
ties activities included no plans for marri

age in the immediate future. The

bride was given away by her un-,

cle Sidney Kessler chairman of
the board of the Virgin
suite. She was attended by Mrs.
Charlotte Kimelman, a cousin.
Relatives said the coupel probt
ably would return to New York
Saturday night to permit Van
Doren to resume his duties as an
English instructor in Columbia
University; Meanwhile, they will
spend their quiet honeymoon
yachtlhg and fishing off this
Caribbean resort.

"XIIH end PEACF'i

Starts May 1st
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day in hil Utile hillside calm 2D
muek un in the- mountain from

hurfchev said thev were ing

to make this birthday 'the biggest

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FAMILY EASTER DINNER
e In the Balboa Room from 12 noon -Music
for dancjne; by Frank' Axearraga
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Music by Clarence Martin-' ororwatra
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Children's portions at 12 prica.
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THat PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDfPENDENT BASLT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY; APRIL 20, 195
Earsen, Podres Get Chartce to Pick Up Where Thef Left OH Today

r AGS BIZ

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Hot Dead Yet

Larsen face the Red Sox today
In his first regulation appearance

since Burling a peneci game a a-ieainst
ieainst a-ieainst Brooklvn in the World Se-

Iries last fall, and Podres, who
served an interim hitch in the

iNavy, opposes the Pirates in his
first official outing since he beat
Ithe Yankees, 2-0, in the seventh

'game of the 1955 World Series.
I Partly because there's a little
Jpixie in him and partly because

i of an understandable pride, Lar-

, sen insists ne is going 10 iry iu
! extend his perfect skein today a-
jgainst Boston as long as possible.
f'Why shouldn't it?" argues the
Big Yankee right-hander. "You're
supposed to get out as many men

as possible, aren t you? mats me

;name of the game so 1 m gonna
try to get out as many as I can
J before they get a hit off me.
!
I "I don't say I'm gonna pitch
i another no-hittor but I'm not in
this business to givo anything a a-;
; a-; way. Anything those Boston hit hit-;
; hit-; tors got off mo thoy'll oarn."
A Larsen hasn't been especially
impressive this spring. He has giv given
en given up a total of 28 hits, 15 runs
and nine walks in a total of 21

innines. but he insists there isnt

thing wrong with his arm as
some alarmists already have be begun
gun begun to suggest.
As to whether he will use the
'BO-windup technique today he em employed
ployed employed in pitching his perfect
game, Larsen says he doesn't
know.
"I may, then again I may not,"
lie shrugs.
In either case, he will be opposed
by knuckleballer Willard Nixon,,
who won nine games last season,
three of them against the Yankees.
'.Unlike Larsen, the left handed
Podres has been something of a
sensation with the Dodgers this

spring. Save for one inning a-'

gainst AluwauKee on jnarcn ; xi
when he gaye up eight runs, he

yielded only five runs in 31 in

nings lor an earned run average)

tor this 'spring' says manager
Walt Alston, "than when ho loft
us to go into the Navy."
Opposing Podres will bo Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh aco Bob Friend, with ono
victory to his credit already this
season.

fi 1,45.
r-?'Pe

The Milwaukee Braves, who like
the Dodgers have won their first
two eames. are sending Ray

Crone against Brooks Lawrence of

Cincinnati. Crone won 11 ana lost

10 last season while Lawrence was

the surprise of the Redlegs' pitch-

inc staff witn la victories ana iu

defeats.
Manager Mayo Smith of the

Phillies, looking for his first vic

tory after two straight setbacks,

is sending left hander Harvey
Haddix (13-8) against the Giants.
Bill Rlgney will counter with eith either
er either Al Worihmgton (7-14) or John Johnny
ny Johnny Antonelli, who lost the opener
this year but was a 20-game win winner
ner winner last season.
In the other game scheduled in

the National League, Don Kaiser,

one of the Chicago Cubs promis

me voune pitchers wno is Detter

than his 4-9 record of last season

indicates, is slated to go against

Lindy McDaniel (7-6) of the St.
Louis Cardinals.
Detroit, which has dropped its
first three games, hopes to reg register
ister register its first victory today at
the expense of Early Wynn (20 (20-9)
9) (20-9) of Cleveland. Either Frank
Lary, a 21 game winner last
year who lost this year's open opener,
er, opener, or Paul Foytack (15-13) will
go for the Tigers.
Dick Donovan (12-10) will be

trying to pitch the White Sox to
their third straight victory and
he'll be opposed by either Tom

Gorman (9-10) or rookie Gene

Host of the Athletics

Lanky Connie Johnson, who won

nine games and lost 11 for Balti

more, is slated to face Camilo

Pascnal of Washington. Fascual

had a 6-18 record last season and
was charged with the loss in this

years inaugural.
r i j .1

liicov wne uv games suiicuur

Baltimore
Gardner, 2b'

Boyd,' lb
Williams. f

Nieman, Lf
Powis, Rf
Puarcik, Kf

Tnandos, C
cr'rancona

Pyburn, c
iiell, 30

r ornieues. p

Neison

Ferrarese, p

Miranda, ss
Moore, p

O'Deii, p

Kobinson,

Totals

AB
S
5
4
4
, 1 :
2

3
1

00
2 0

3b

0
0
0
'4
2
0
2

35 4 7

Washington
Herzog, Cf
aCourtuey
bOlson, Cf
f'lews, 2d
Runnels, lb
Vosi. 3D

Sievers, Lf

jbemon, M.
Berberet, C

eieueiDach
F'gerald, C
JjUtireu, Ss
A'natny, P
itamos, P

AB
1 1
0
0
4
3
4
4
4
3
1
0
3
0
I

H

Tota 29 6 6

a Walked for Herzog in 6th..

b Kan tor Courtney in bth.

C Fouled to Yost lor Tnandos

in 8th.

d Hit by pitched ball for For-

nieles in 8ln.

- Popped to Ferrarese for Ber

beret in eta.

baltimore 012 000 1004

Washington Wl HM OUx 4

E Jsievers. Miranda, buttreii,

RBI Mirauda, uerzog, Tnandos

2, Sievers 2. Kunneis i, jfost, Uard'

ner. 2a L,uttreu. wit sievers, &

Ramos, DP Tnandos and Miran

da; Luttreil, news and Kunneis.
Lett Baltimore 8. Washington 13.
aa Moore lu, Aoernatny 3, O'Deil

1, Fornieles 1, Derrarese 1, SU

Abernathy 3, Kamos 2, Moore 4,

HO Moore 3 in 5 1-3, O'Deil 2 in
z 1-3, Firnieies 1 in 1 1-3, Ferra

rese 0 in l. Abernatny 4 in i z-i,

Kamos 3 in b 1-3. it-ER Moore

55, O Dell 1-1. Fornieles 0-0, fer ferrarese
rarese ferrarese 0-0, Abernatny 33. Kamos

10. HBP By Kamos (Neison)
WP Kamos. Winner Ramos 1-0.
Loser Moore 0-1. U Hurley,

Kunge, Umont, Paparella. T 2:50

A 4,675.

Frank Austin Says Bad Knee
Makes His Future Uncertain

J ", V'ByJ. J- HARRISON Jr.. r
Infiefder Frank Austin, who was released frorn his Louisville, Class AAA Amer American
ican American Association club la?t week, today adm itted that an injured knee mada, hit future
at a baseball playtr uncertain. : -

1 I "Interviewed at his Rio Abajo

w T T ,,ir 1T .'., pome toaay, Austin, wno new in
t--i r i v.- f ii iu .inn. i.L.LV..qj.rjuiiJi..jmuli..i M.laml Wednesday, said the

Editors CONRADO SARCEANT'

Perfect-Gamer Opposes
Red Sox' Willard Nixon;
Dodger Ace Vs. Friend

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK. April 20 (UP) Don Larsen of

the Yankees and Johnny Podres of the Dodgers, both

eager to pick up where they left oft, get their chance
today with their first official starts since pitching
. 1 s 1 J 11-

the games that made eacn a national nero.

5 1 Louis villa tPftm ffvi fin nn him

1 1 when the damaged knee failed

to resnond to trpntmpnt i after

he hurt It sliding Into home plate

in a spring training game two

weeks aeo.

Today, tne knee was still badly

swollen and painful and tended

to "stiffen up" whenever he re
malned sitting for long periods,
the limping Austin said. :

TO CALL IT QUITS? Onetime flashy shortstop Trank Aus-

ton, now being plagued by a knee Injury, has been released

irom nis Louisvme, class AAA American Association club. The

veteran mneiaer, wno arrived m Panama Wednesday, is un

certain about his future In' basebay as a player, but says he

wouia ime tu remain in tne game as a coacn or manager.
He has starred In the Panama Pro League for 12 seasons.

Pedres Has looked even bet--ed In the majors yesterday.

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MIDNIGHT SHOW!
ARTHUR FRANTZ in
THE SNIPER

St. Louis
B'game, 2b
Dark, Ss
Musfal, lb
Ennis, Rf.
Boyer, 3b
Moon, Lf.
H. Smith, C'.
G. Smitn,

Dickson, P.
Schmidt, P

aC ingnam

K. Smith, P
JacKson, P

bKasko
Wilheim, P

Totals

Chicago
ronoy, lb
Will, cf
itanKS, Ss
Moryn, Rf

Baker, 30
fiolger, ii
Vvisc, ib
Neeman, C
O oowsKy, P

AB
4
3
3
3
4
I
3
3 3-0
0 3-0 1
1
0
0
1
0

29 2 4

AB
6
5
5
5

4
5
4
S

H
3
1
2
1

4 23
1 1

1 2

a
0

Coach Paul Brown Tags

Bobby Garrett Key Man
In Eight-Player Trade

By BILL LOFTUS

Totals 43 10 15

a Singled for Schmidt in 5th.
b t lied out for Jackaon in 8th

Chicago 021 021 040-10
St. Louis 000 020 000 2

E Schmidt. MusiaL H. Smith,

Blasinemae. Kril Wise, Drab-

owskv 2. Baker 4. Cunningham 2,

(Bolger scored on Schmidt's error

in 5th). (Banks scored on passed

ball in 6th), (Fondy scored on Bla-

sineame s error in 8tb). in isanKi

2, Baker, B. G. Smith. 3B Baker,
Fondy. SB Banks, Fondy. S

Will. DP Banks, Wise and Fondy;
Drabowskv. Wise and Fondy;

Schmidt, H. Smith and Musial.
Left Chicago 11. St. Louis 3.

BB Drabowsky 3,' Dickson 2,
Schmidt 1. SO Drabowsky 4.
Dickson 1, Schmidt 1. R. Smith 2.
Wilheim 1. HO Dickson 6 in 2
(nine out in 3rd), Schmidt 4 in

3, R. Smith 4 in 2 (none out n

8th), Jackson O in I, wuneim i

n 1. K-1S.K urauuwsay

Dickson 3-3 Schmidt 2-1, R. Smith

5-0 Jackson 0-0, wilheim oo. tiar

By Schmidt (Bolger), Wr

Dickson, ea n. annua c. m
ner Drabowsky (1-0). Loser

Dickson (0-1). U Donatem, iei iei-more,
more, iei-more, Smith, Conlan. T Donatel-

U, Del more, Smith, Conlan. l
2:41. A 1755.

"WAR and PEACE"
Starts May 1st
LUX. THEATRE

CLEVELAND (UP) Coach
Paul Brown of the rebuilding

Cleveland Browns today tagged

quarterback Bobby Garrett the

key man in the eight-player deal
between Cleveland and the Green
Bay Packers' Thursday.

The Browns gave un Quarter

back Vito (Babe) Parilli and five

others to obtain Garrett and line

backer Roger Zatkoff from the

Packers. The other Cleveland

players were defensive halfbacks
John Petitbon and Billy Kinard,
offensive guard John Macerelh,

oeiensive end Carlton Massey and

uneDacker Sam raiumbo.

Drown indicated that he was
counting eavily on Garrett to

solve the Cleveland quarterback

prooiem mat nas existed since

the retirement of Otto Graham
after the 1955 season and was a
major factor in the Browns' loss
of their Eastern Division NFL

crown.

Brown said, "Garrett is the key
figure in the deal for us, due to

our wide-open quarterback post
We always did wonder what we
could do with Garrett and now we

have the chance to find out.
"The trade is a break for Gar

rett," Brown pointed out. "He is
a smart young man and has a

strong arm. Playing with as eivts

him the chance of being a first
string quarterback."

Brown said he was disappointed

in the performance of Parilli last

season. He said, "We gave Parilli

a good test last year and were

disappointed. The Packers believe

be will have a better chance with

them of regaining the form he

showed hi his first two years as

a pro,"

ine deal reversed a 1954 swap
in which Brown sent Garrett, a

former Stanford passing star to
the Packers for Parilli. Garrett

served as understudy to Tobin

Rote during the 1954 campaign be

fore entering the Air Force. He

will be discharged before the 1957

tratnini period begins.

The Browns originally picked

Garrett as their "bonus choice

in the 1954 player draft, but then
immediately deatth him away to

Green Bay.

Thursday's trade was made

sible when Rote, one of the

quarterbacks in the 1 e a g n e,

shelved retirement plans and

signed last Wednesday in Hous

ton iex., tor his eighth season

wun me ratters.

Musial Completes
776fh Consecutive
Game Despite Back

ST. LOUIS (UP) Stan Musial
was able to play in his 776th con consecutive
secutive consecutive game here Thursday

VAT t J

wusiai strained his bark In
Tuesday season opener against

i .uummu neaiegs and it was
feared that "The Man" would

op 48 games short of

ib iwura or consecutive gam
in the National League.

ine -rainout of Wednesday's

me neaiegs rave
Cardinal trainer Bob Baumai an
extra day to administer treat treat-muatl
muatl treat-muatl ?u3in the "go

i r. xuuiauj nigni s game
ffirohved"W tt-t SUn,, b,ck hd
Musial wa kf .-

.. .ir.j "V umes

. v 10 connect and fumbled
Sfpt ,tre,k t6 by Paying
Uie wholo game which tte Cald!
lost te the Chicaco fhih. in

The Sporting 'News of April
17, which reported the veteran
inflelders release, also reveal revealed
ed revealed that Louisville, had pur purchased
chased purchased the contract of short shortstop
stop shortstop Clarence Moore, formerly.
the property of San Dfcgo,
Open Classification F a cific
Coast League.
Austin believes that Moore.

who plays for the champion Spur
Cola club in the Panama Pro

League, will be the regular short shortstop
stop shortstop for Louisville.

I have to face the facts," said

Austin. "This knee is going to
give me a lot of trouble, and aft

er all, even if I were sound I
i couldn't last forever.

f For the next two months I'm

golne to take it easy and see how

the knee heals, then I'll make

some decision about my future.

"One thlnr which' appears

certain," he added, "is that I'll

never be a lull time player
again."

Austin said he would like to re

main in the game in some capa capacity
city capacity as a coach, and maybe one

day as a manager. He has been
field captain for the Chesterfield
club in the Pro League for years

and has served as coach and
manager on several occasions.

Austin first iniurea nis Knee

in a came aeainst Carta 'Viela iu

December of 1955 when outfield outfielder
er outfielder Dan Porter slid hard into him

at second base as he broke up a

doubleplay.

The accident Kept mm out oi

the lineup for the rest of that
season and he apparently never

completely recovered.

vLast season tne iormer fro

Loop batting champ and Most
Valuable Player appeared in 26
games batting .237 and knocking
in 14 runs. He played mostly at
second base, 5

Austin, who starred' as the"

regular shertstop for Portland,
Open Classification Facif ie

Coast League, xor six yean,

was sold to Vancouver f the
same loop last summer. He
went to Louisville this spring.

The fancy-fielding, sharp-hit

ting infielder, a veteran of 12

seasons in the pro League, is.

considered One of Panama's aii-

Itlme baseball greats and is one
of the most popular players ever

to don a local uniform. 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team 1 Wa, Pet

f.f

Chicago

Kansas City t
Boston .

r!lpV0lan

Baltimore ,'

wasnington

ueiroit

2

2
2

1
1
I
0

GB

1.000
1.000
.667 y,
,500 1
, .500 1 ;
,333 V2
.333 IV2
.000,21C

national League :

W L Pet.

. 2 0
t 2 0

TODAY'S G4MES
Baltimore at Washington 1
Cleveland at Detroit . ; -Kansas
City at Chicago '
New Vork at Boston t
" THURSDAY'S. RESULTS
New York 3, Boston 2 1
Chicago 6, Kansas City 2
Washington 6, Baltimore 4 (N)
Cleveland 8, Detroit 3
(11 lnnlngsj
.YESTERDAY'S GAMES
' Open date v

Sports Briefs

c DETROIT (UP) Umpire Bill
Summers, veteran American
League arbiter, was hit on the
leg by a whiskv bottle tnpH nut

01 Griggs stadium s upper deck

minutes alter the game between
the Tigers and 'Indians had ended
Thursday. He sufefred a bruise on
his right leg. The bottle tosser
was not apprehended, a
INDIANAPOLIS fUPl Rav

Crawford of Pasadena. Calif, and

Leroy ?, Warriner of Indianapolis
have joined the entry list for the

Memorial Day- Indianapolis 55500-

mile auto r ace. Their signing

Brooklyn (
Milwaukee
St. Louis i
Pittsburgh

new XOIK
Chicaeo

Philadelphia
Cincinnati

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- TODAY'S CtME
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn-
Philadelphia atNewiYork
Chicago at St Louis
Cincinnati, at Milwaukee,
THURSDAY'S RESULTS
, Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh; 1
New York 6, Philadelphia- 2
Milwaukee' 1, Cincinnati 0 -Chicago
10, St. Louis 2 (N)
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Open date ., t.

CB

1

boosted
ers.

the entry list to 54 driv

NEW YORK (UP)-Wilue Shoe Shoemaker,
maker, Shoemaker, West Coast iockev eutv

rently riding on the New York
circuit, gave the local fans a

sample of the riding which led
him to the national championship
m 1953 and 1954, by booting home
three winners at Jamaica Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Shoemaker scored on Pio Pio-neeress
neeress Pio-neeress ($4.70), Chubo ($1J5.50)
and Dover Poll ($16.90).

if hi aim rLHtt
Starts May 1st

LUX THEATRE

C. F. II. Big League
Baseball Schedule

Caribbean Forces Network

(CFN) has announced that the

following ma (or leagu baseball
games will bo broadcast begin

ning Sunday April 21. T

Sunday. Apr. 21: Phliadoiptua

PhllUet vo. Now York Giants at
2 p.m.
Monday, Apr. 22r Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies vs. Brolklyn Def Defers
ers Defers at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Apr. 13: Now York
phla Phillies vs. Brolklyn Dodg Dodg-tors
tors Dodg-tors at 2 pjn.
Wodimday, Apr. 24 i Baltl Baltl-more
more Baltl-more Orioles vs. Now York
Yankooa at 2 p.m.
Thursday, Apr. 25: Boston
Rod Sox vs. Washington Sons-

at 2 p.m. ... . ..

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SATURDAY; APRIL 20, 197
TSt MANAMA AMERICA?! Z AH INDEPENDENT DA1LX NTWSPAPCT w
Mf.E iEVEV
o
009 ''Pan-American ;
ear

GaVfJieS

Doomed:

4ap

3

hi hawst Him

a FLYING SORCERERi-High-flying magic like clearing build-

flings at a single bound is easy lor lamed dance satirists Mata

and Han wnn an assist' rrom tne pnoiograpner. oaxatj

3 weather lured them from the studio to an outdoor rehearsal

fin New York's Central Park. Spring lever. seems to have

by
JOE WILLIAMS

God Dust

By HERBERT MOISE
Hours after we had heard about

it we still did not believe that the
Panama Boxing Commission had

taken such an absurd action by

ruling the Melvin Bourne Tots 1 1-barra
barra 1-barra title bout a "no decision.'

Never has such ineptitude been

displayed by a group handling
major sports event on the Isthmus.
And, to add to the utter disregard
of boxing regulations, several
sportswnters are openly justifying

the action ot me Panama commis

sion. ,. .

' BOYD BROTHERS i
INSURANCEMEN WIN
NATIONAL LOOP

' Putting one little word after another and whatever became
of the oiiice boy-grandma luneral-opening day ; game pariay

V)f the horse and buggy days? Gene Kelly ousted it ,on ior iv a
r.L::ZJj oQ.waii" other p.m. Another thing. If Jim

D'Amato he

xive iignt maum, ."""'' r:'Dr?r.,,u, romi di.

.t-. ounonta An himlness with Mr. CUS

must first dispose--of Billy Brown, the matchmaker, nd Harry
u -.. if- TVAmotn reMrinff conserva-

f -V'-1 nnrrent.tv eneraeed in a fantastic act 01

legerdemain.

appear: from public" notice

- YOU GET WHAT'S, LEFT U Both the Yanks and the Brooks
go to .the post with, enough money in advance aaaoneat aales
6 . aii.ui. tirln trie A Al 11 1 AW JLV6D

in niiwa a rnnar. tvti 11 i.t Hit uiiciauuu. nuii w-

&e' eM Gnts get a proportionate share. :rA reasonable
"i, ..r. v, unmhinM riwanfo at well' over $3 million.

Syla?YinW mooa lu-the, till JWJJg".
Sed.r -Fullv70 percent of the seats go to commercial, firms;
ffi&'tiiSTBrooks" Walter .0'Maneyi-..Th- t.u.;;.tod-. m

"business 4mtertalriment" and Vv.tWeAVrm
i:l?vi:,;...,i.liirhi.vn i t.airinir inother look at. the KUn-

i-wv:u..-v,iiiirtii w Fun has che choice of TVr or eat

that lsra Pullman-lump from the scene of the'actton.. -l-yl

wikiT Dr wfiirsf IL'ThB dnlv ttilnir that saved the ex.

pert?, (including this one) who picked, the- Brooks 3" jefn
f.,i,rr i Mnaingnr nf Sau Maffliei' whrf not being a

CEoi The anvatthe-tlme,' natnrrtl? wuiaerhbeeiv

consideration. It was much the same the yeaDeiore r.wneu
'3year-old VTommy Byrne came out ;of nowhere to ;,
Hnkeeiwlth a 18-5 mark for the' league's top percentage.
hadn been Tated a factor, either, so thLr was apic the
xDertsf (including thte one) couldn't be proud a Nevertheless,

we pick'ALr ihla way; (1 Yankees, ;. (2) Indians v "n"."
7a 'w.i..f e : voncs. f!itr fv .. Rim Sox (?) Orioles. (8)

w;wtnn-- ni.. 4lKBraves. (2) Brooks.. (3 Reds, ,(4)i Pirates,

(5rcards, (..Olants (7), Ph;?;

Ihe :colW from

he culls as derby prospects continues with revealing 'results.,
w Yhtait -von can now forget King Hairan andtfderal Hill,

both highly regarded. tef ore Saturday, tests. They 00?'
like routers, v On the other hand, -Promised Land ran big race
tlTh. second1 lnv the Gotham and jnay be a sleeper; Jimmy. ku-

roe had him rated 34th back of Federal HiU In the P'"""
Handicap, in case you happen to be interested. Ambehaying
wasn't Saturday and will -doubtless do 4etter next time out.
The price will be better, too. 1 ':"?"'Vri';i .''

i TRACK FOR SALE Apparently Struttlri'. Saul Silberman
has decided not to fight the Florida Racing commission which
found him persona non grata as owner of Tropical. The race
track Is up for sale. Two prospective buyers, are Leo Edwards,
arid H. B. Massey, natives who feel $3.5 million Is a fair price; i
,u .ui.nn TrAnixii mtirdi viA hoM a snlit meeting

t Hialeah and Oulfstream, If and when. Their sales talk; Tne

state's take would be upped 20 percent,
- : - '' '' -T '."''
JOE MILLER DEPT. The trouble with aome' of us low low-Ufes
Ufes low-Ufes Is that we can't tell a shoemaker from a grand opera
ainger, anyway. Foreign aid wasmuch Jess expensive when all
ne had to. do was. keep Paavo Nurmi.in expense money.; Mo
nn ran hptit that the congressional iunket. which was to stop

fiMt. t tPt v-nn-r hpfnr movintf ort to the Derbv. wasn't Intel-'

Utrentlv olahned. It all depends on-the view point. ..The trout!

might very well contend that the opening of the season was
anything but a success. ; -v- y
". RE TED WILLIAMS Reader reaction to comments in thli
space heavily support the Red Sox star (75-25) who blasted the
VS. Marine Corps and called the late Sen. Robert A, Taft (who

declined to use hu influence to get him out of uniform) a
"phoney." Among ex-marines It 1 about 60-50. The statement

that Williams remained a reserve officer by" choice and there

fore invited recall is disputed, .i A statement based on lnfor

nation received by phone from -the Marines information office
at 348 Broadway.,, In any case,-it. should be noted Williams

apce apologized twice; the second one, addressed directly
to the Marines,-saved his, spot: on the coast-to-coast baseball

:show Saturday night. ;y, .V,..:.-,r v-.'.'

These same writers waged

campaign not. tpo long ago against

tne colon jsoxing commission, ai-

f iliates -of the NBA, for having

named Claudio Martinez as No.

contender to Melvin Bourne's 118-

nmmrt tUta. fnma ha1 alrAfl

ay named Ibarra but be was in the

United States boxing and his future

plans were not known on'the Jsth

mus. Martinez in tne meantime naa

decisioned the champ in a 10-round

er at tne colon Arena ... uns oeing

one of his wins against the top ban

tarns remaining in the country

Earlier in their career. Ibarra had

ko ed the Martinez kid twice.

All that is apparently irrevelant

to this commentary but the se

quence began then or perhaps ear

Her. While m the us, Ibarra could

not get any top billing fights be

cause of a practically-unknown sta

tus, so to get the recognition need'

ed, a master pi in was cbntrived
wherein Toto would return to the
Isthmus, beat Bourne then go back

to the States as the "new Panama
bantmanweight champion."

Well the plan worked somewhat

smcjthly, the promoter ol the fight

getting some sensational publicity
out of the imaginary wrangle be

tween the Colon and Panama Com

mission. The plans reached the

stage where the boys really did

get into the same ring at the same

time. 'i: '' -----

There were too many people
present for us to go into details a a-bout
bout a-bout the fight itself, but one thing

many do not know is the reason
for the-long delay in giving the

decision. The delay came as are are-sult
sult are-sult of the fact that the total points
scored for each boy was the same,
but where Bourne had two judges
voting in his favor, Ibarra bad on only
ly only one. The two Bourne-voting jud judges
ges judges gave him a three-point margin
wnxle the one judge who voted for
Ibarra had him on top by three

points.

Carta
171

Viejas' Dick Greenfield

Established 1893

Mm

: :

SCOTCH WHISKY

Queen

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Cuee;

With that situation present, sev
eral members ot the Panama Com

mission were inclined to call the

fight a draw but thanks to Ricar-

4. A. Pardo, veteran sports writer.

ana the intervention ot colon Com Commission
mission Commission Vice president Jefferson

Joseph,1 the decision was finally
handed, down (22 minutes after the

fight) that Melvin had won and re

tained nis no-puuna uut iou a a-lay
lay a-lay only emphasized a notion that
we had gathered that the Paci

fic side commission lacks coordi

nation, system and knowledge of

the game.

The Bourne victory visibly upset

several interested parties who futt-

leiy tried after the decision to ay.

ert what over 4,000 fans saw a

clearcut Bourne victory. In win

ning Bourne teugnt just as -he
knows how to fight and we are of

the opinion that over emphasis
was placed on his, illegal tactics.

itus was one 01 the champ a clean

est fights.

Now came Monday night ap

proximately 21 hours after the

light ana Ibarra's representative

presents a petition that the Com

mission revoke their decision of a

Bourne victory. He presented as ev
idence a fight of recent date in Cu

ba where the National Sports Com

mission reversed a decision in a

championship bout. --

In considering this petition, the
Panama Professional Boxing Com

mission (a body which claims that

it should be considered the maxi

mum entity of boxing on the Isth Isthmus)
mus) Isthmus) called In three sports writers

to "testify? on Bourne s action in

the ring. They all agreed that the
cnamp rotighed-it-up during the

fight, nsing his bead and elbow in

addition to hi gloves.

Thea referee Rogelio Pinzon, con considered
sidered considered "dean of local referees,"
testified that he knew that Bourne
was using illegal tactics but was

afraid to stop the fight fearing hos

tile repercussion from ina urge

crowd. Two judges, David Amado

and Freddy Middleton, also saw
Bourne's foul tacUci. Middleton ev

en went aa far as to take points

from Bourne without orders from

the only person authorised to sanc

tion a boxer in the ring tne re-

fere This U another display at ig

norance of the rules. ;

All in all, the action of the Pana

ma Commission rates au tne pro protests
tests protests it is getting.

We would like to offer tome re

commendations: To Rogelio Pinion

quit the game if you cant da the
right thing; and te-Toto Ibarra -quit
the came also if yon heed that

much help to get by

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MAGIC NUMBER FOR
BLUE STARS IS ONE, FOR
AMERICAN LEAGUE TITLi
homing down to the, -wire, in a

lightly packed race, the Blue.

Stars heed but one more win to

cinch the American League Pen Pennant
nant Pennant nd move into i play-off

with the' Boyd Brothers insurance
men who. last week, emerged vie

torious in a hotly contested match.

with the Carta Vieja live and put

the title on : ice. spectators wit

nessing the "mark duel" between

Carta Viejas' Dick ureeotieid ana
Boyd Brothers',, Mario La Maestra
were, treated to a show of bowling
at its. best, m,,w' k
.The, Blue Stars has a -struggle
getting over' Bill Gilleons" Steward
Electrics, especially with, Loretta
Parks and Rose Guleon really .hit .hitting
ting .hitting the maples for the Electrics.
But. when the battle dust had set

tled the shining lights of Marge

Dwyer and F e r n i : Dommguez

were the beacon, of victory, for

Stars needed this Important match
was evident, as Leo Lehehy and
Dottle Wagner sparked the Guar-

dia y Cia. GE team to a win over
the hard fighting Kings Ransom
House of Lords gang. ,; .- j

Time and again the tide was ve

ry nearly turned with the stellar
performance of 4 Evelyn KobyUki
who kept: the match one "of those

naU-chewing7 auairc to tne unai

frames in each game only to have

Leo "The Hammer" Leheny; rise

to the occasion., for; Don Strymp

fers' Guardia gang, and put the

finishing touches to the fire Start

ed bv Dottle Wanner, isveiya was

not to be outdone, however, and
with- the added incentive of her
husband keeping score, polled th,e

Kings Ransom crew through the
last game for a taste of the victo-

Big m Kussen easea nis ,erve-

ta Balboa team oast Jack car

nicks' Tropical Sodamen and rode

three game surge into second

place in the National.' Norma Rui
sell was the outstanding attrac

tion in this match. "Little Chief"

added -power to her always good

and steady, bowling and -rolled in

to the high spot for Women's sin single
gle single games with a fine 223. Barba

ra Morrow, certainly one of the

most improved lady keglers in the
entire league,, sparked the efforts

of Tropical. Soda, very ably assist

ed by Captain Jack Barnick and

the Bit "B" Bob Morrow:

C. A. High, minus the services
of Mayre Kilgallan, a fine little
bowler who has been plagued with
injury throughout the season, add added
ed added Dick Brown to their roster

and combined him with Harry
Fowler, who turned in one of his
finest series of the season to down
a very good Ebonite teaml
The entire Lou Glud gang rolled

the way they, always doas a

team. No particular mention of
any single plsyer would be fair.

Anita Nunez and Lou Lopez both

played their steady styles. Chuck
Nunez and Chuck Garza, long

with Captain Kenny Waldrup bat

tled all the way but C. A. Highs'

Harry Forwler was that differ

ence that made it a battle all the

way.

Dale Hill led his PEMCQ lugger

naut to a 3 game win over Chev

rolet. Tune remaining this would

have been the team to watch. Hel

en and Jim Rivers with Firemen

Ken Phillips did a banc-uo lob in

trying to stem the tide but once

the afterburners were turned on

there was no stopping PEMCO

Al Garcia found the ranffe for

Jessi Edmistons' Novey Gang and

xnocKea everything in sight down.
Captain Louise Meek, of the Elga-

Norge team.' kept her sponsor in

the limelight by succeeding again

in raisins her average in her bat

tle to move up those few bort

pins to the top.

The battle of the evening turned

out to be between Aerovias Pana Panama
ma Panama and Royal Crown. Fought to

deadlock, it had everrthinc

from Impossible spare pick-ups to
those agonizing "hair-misses." Big
Ernie Camplse and his wife Mir-

na combined with the husband and
wife combination of Chuck and

Loretta Langlois and added Gor

don Senter for a lineup that gave

no ground 10 tie ever strong jtoy

al Crown aggregation. Chuck and

Joan Roger aided by Captain

Rod Thompson, his wife Ruth and
Joe Vasquet proved their steadi

ness by pulling off a tie from
fired up Aerovus Panama team.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
. HifJi Ararat
Mala
Blue Stars' Tom Kilgallan 1M

Kings' Ransoms' Joe Sullivan

Hiah Caw

A. Highs' Black-Milto 229

XbonztM'. Chuck. Nunez 221

Hit Sarias l
Electrics' BOl Gillaon

High Gam
PEMCOS' Tom Thomas 260

Boyd Brothers' Mario La Maes

tra 242
High Series

Tropical Sodas' Bob Morrow 626

joyo Brothers' Mario La Maes-

' .AMERICAN LEAGUE
. High Average
' Female; x :.

Royal Crowns1 Joan Rogers 132

. Blue stars' Marge Dwyer 123
y ' High Game
Aerovias Panamas' Myrrta Cam
pise 221 4

-.Royal Crowns' Joan Rogers 216
High Series
. Roy al, Crowns' Dottie Wagner

. Royal -Cxpwns' Joan Rogers 576

tl -4. r
Aerovus Panamas' Myrna Cam-

pise ?a.fc u . ..
NATIONAL' LEAGUE
High Average

cerveza Balboas Norma wrus

Sodas' Myrtle Sowell

High Game
Balboas' Norma

Rus-

Cerveza

Sell 228-, ft '
.v Noyeys'; Dot Garcia 220
;; High Series :
?"Elga Norges'; Natalie Smilich

580

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; DETROIT, April 20 (UP) Doug Douglas
las Douglas Roby, Pan American Games
committee president, said, today
the withdrawal of Guatemala as
host for the 1959 Games means "if
some U.S.-city doesnt come for forward
ward forward the Games for 1959 will die
in our soil."
. Roby said ther are three el.
ties which hav expressed interest
In holding the games, "But
don't knew that any of them can
handle it at this let date.". ;
"At our meeting in: Caracas a
month ago. Guatemala City had a

group there that was terrifically
enthusiastic about the games and

wanted them right now, but it ap

pears from the news today when
they got home their president said
it couldn't be done," Roby said.
"The next choice was Rio de Ja Janeiro,
neiro, Janeiro, which also had a group at

Caracas which wasnt certain of

government backing," he said,
"Ther ; has been an expres expression
sion expression of Interest from Chicago and
Philadelphia. Mayer Richard J.
Daley of Chicage in a March 20
letter, rMII in affect, said Chi Chicago
cago Chicago "would be highly honored
to be designated htt city for th
Pan-American Games in 1959"
and could held 'the events at
Northwestern University Stadium

Washington pools, the Coliseum
and other buildings already av available.
ailable. available. "A group headed by Jack Kelly.

the young sculling champion, and
his father, have said Philadelphia
has the facilities to hold the Games
also. But in both cases, about $5,-

000,000 for promotion and subsidies
to Latin American athletes would

be needed. I don't know if that can

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i U.S. FORCES, Japan April 20
Richard Andres, son of Mrs. O O-phelia
phelia O-phelia M. Andrews, Ancon, C.Z.,
- recently was promoted to special specialist
ist specialist third class in Japan where he
is a member of the 40th Antiair Antiaircraft
craft Antiaircraft Artillery Brigade.
Specialist Andrews is a radio op operator
erator operator in Battery D of the bri brigade's
gade's brigade's 64th Battalion. He entered
the Army in June 1955 and arriv arrived
ed arrived in the Far East in February
1956.
Andrews attended Canal Zone
Junior College.
Detective Warns
Miami Rapist
May Kill Someone
MIAMI, April 20- (UP) A young
rapist, apparently the same man
who attacked three Miami women
within the last week, "May k i 1 1
someone if we don't stop him,' de detective
tective detective Charles M. Shepheard said

today.
,ln his latest attacks -the short,
thin man dragged mother of four
children to a used car lot last night
and assaulted her.
"He sounds like the man who
'tabbed a woman last week when
she refused to kiss him and who
molested another woman Tuesday
night," Shepherd said.
The woman attacked last night,
an attractive brunette widow, said
he was working late in her of-
Sce when the man broke down the
eked screen door and dragged
her out into an alley to a nearby
car lot. Police said the 31-year-old
woman was forced to submit in
an abandoned truck in the rear of
the lot.
" "'(V
The assailant wai described as
about 25, 130 pounds,1 foot 5 ln-
chei tall, close cropped dark brown
hair and green eyeai : ;
Shepherd said the tnan fits the
'j..nnluill f IflP who stabbed S
i young secretary ia" the. neck last
rweek after stopping to talk to her
rat a bus stop and demanding a uv
iu wh,n th- secretary re
fused and started to walk away,
I he plunged a small knife into her
throat.
i ..
!Chip Bohlen Home;
New Appointment
;Now Before Senate
, NEW YORK, April 20 (UP)
Charles E. (Chip) Bohlen, retir retiring
ing retiring U.S. ambassador to Russia,
arrived here today and said be

. was glad to be home.
Bohlen, smiling and relaxed,
k. itt ha soviet Union with

mixed feelings," but declined to
elaborate. Hie tenure in Moscow

: was the longest of any U.S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador there.
The diplomat was accompanied
hy his wife, two of his three chil children,
dren, children, and two poodles. He said
they would spend the weekend
with his wife's parents in Villa Villa-nova,
nova, Villa-nova, Pa.
' Bohlen said he was "looking for for-'
' for-' with nUacure and interest"

t his proposed appointment as
ambassador to the Philippines.
The Domination is before the Sen
ate.
Australian Jets
"To Track Clouds
;in H-Bomb Tests
t
MELBOURNE, Australia, April
t UP ) A fight of Canberra Jet
' bombers took off. from Melbourne
today to participate in BrrU'ia's
fortheotBing hydrogesj bomb tests
at Christmas Uland. j
The bombers will test for radia
tion ao4 track radioactive tiouds
after each test
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Phone Panama 3-4941.
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Quote Unquote
LOS AMfiRT.1T.S- TT R artnrnev
uciiciai neiucib cruwneu jr. ui
saying that Communism should
be taught in. American schools,
but not by Communists:
"A Communist teacher forfeits
the nrivileees of academic free
dom because his training, purpos purposes
es purposes and design are all at odds
with it."
DETROIT: James R. Hoffa,
Teamsters union Vice president,
on the recent meeting of the
Teamsters' Executive Council:
We aereed that Dave Beck Is
entitled to his constitutional
rights and we are not making
any Judgments about him until
he has his day in court on any
ana au cnarges.-
CAIRO: The Mid East News
Agency.- ouotlne a "responsible
diplomatic source" on progress
in American-Egyptian negotia negotiations,
tions, negotiations, on the Suez canal :
?T' M nnHm1tli and It ran hf
nlH fh mk In rlava will hrirur
.- -wtt a
. ... j
gooa fiewa wmcn wut inspire
cQntidence."
WASHINGTON: President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower in conrratulatlnr U.P.
photographer James K. W. Ath-
erton for his prize-winning pno pno-tograph
tograph pno-tograph of Mrs. Eisenhower at a
gop raiiy:
"Walt till Mrs. Ike sees that in
the papers."
BELGRADE, Yugoslav Vice
Premier Aleksandar Pankovic,
taking notice of a renewed So Soviet
viet Soviet campaign of words against
the Tito government:
"We are again witnessing real really
ly really comic accusations." 1
NOSE KNOWS-StOl la per.1
! this eaa of beans adds a final!
. chapter to a tragedy. During i
: current Antarctic explorations,
- It was round in a cache where
jit ha4 beea left by Capt Robert
ralcon Scott in 1911. .The food
vaa never used because tN
party of Bve perished on their
" return trip from the South Pole.
The can is held by Peter Scott.
sob of the explorer, after ft was
;penedin Creettford, England.

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General Agent
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for rates and Information
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Packers Sbieoeie Mover
Pheeea, 2,2451 2-2562
Lear Rldieg at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridine Jeaapint Classes daily
I to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appetament.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Boston Terriers
5 weeks eld. Pedigreed moth mother.
er. mother. 30th Street No .14-16, .Pa .Panama.
nama. .Panama. Fermacia r Tason. Tel:
3-6125.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4
door Custom, Fordomatic, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, clock, new tires,
brakes, plugs, coil, relay etc.
I Undercoat, A-l condition, one
owner $700.-; 1 Underwood
typewriter, office, completely
reconditioned like new $50. See
at 1025-B Old Cristopai 3-3105.
FOR SALE: Modern SAFE
30x30x36 Excellent condition
$140.00 phone 2-2217.
INVITATION FOR PROPO PROPOSAL
SAL PROPOSAL FOR FURNISHNG TM TM-BERS:
BERS: TM-BERS: Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company invites proposals for
furnishing approximately 10,000
Ft. Bm. Basra Locus Timbers
Sealed bids will be recieved in
the Office of Superintendent of
Sorehouses, Ba Iboa,. for open opening
ing opening in public at 10:30 a.m.
April 30, 1957. Invitation No
P-57-12 may be obtained, front -the
above office, telephone 2
2777. '";,.,..-.
LtTTERS OP- APPRECIATION
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urcacu tea jjeuiers i Appreciation Dy Mai. Magaaieno G, Ta
maneng, .commanding officers V. S. ArmGarrison. Fort ClayV
ton,.- Each has served, 20; years in- the service. x The letters
were" signed by MaJ. Oen. Thomas L. Harrold, commanding
generai; U. S. AWny Caribbean. (ILS. Army Photo)

Cristobal Is Biggest Winner
At Atlantic Safety Field Day

Cristobal had the most winners
in the First Atlantic Safety Field
Day held at and sponsored bv the
Rainbow City Civic Councii last)
aaiuraay, ..
More thas.'-Z'.'Soo persons were on
hand for the event, many tnore
than anticipated. The Camp 'Be'ird
Theater was not big enough to hold
all who wanted to witness the o-
pening program where LL.XIov.
H. W. Schull, Jivwas the principal
speaker. ,1
There were so many contestants
that two first aid contests had to
be held.
Here is a list of the winners:
1. Industrial truck operator's con
test; 1st Place Zouo Crisson, Ter
minals Division, Cristobal 2nd
Red'Strength
In Britain
Dwindles
LONDON, April 20 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist leaders said today the par
ty has lost more than 20 per cent
of its members in Britain in the
past year, along with much of its
influence on the nation's labor un
ions.
Party Secretary John Gollan
told a long-delayed Red conven convention
tion convention in su bur Ban Hammersmith
that Communist strength in Brit
ain dwindled from 33,960 card-carriers
in 1956 to about 27,000 this
Ml.
J
- Collanyn, vtaid that the party
is losing ground on the labor front
"Recent industrial struggles
show the vital importance of the
work of our factory branches, tut
we have actually gone back, not
made progress, in the recent per per-ioL"
ioL" per-ioL" he said.
The issue largely responsible
for the loss of Communist strength
B Britain Russian repression in
iungary made itself felt in a
dumber Of angry speeches at the
convention. ; ,
omMICHEL ray
ONE OF. THE MOST

. 1 LOVE EVER FILMED!
- CENTRAL THEATRE MAY 1

SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 e FAHMACIA ESTADOS UNIOOS 14 Central Ave.
la Ossa Ave. o. 41 FOTO DOMY-r-Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. e FARMACIA
1 Street 0) FARMACIA "SAS" Via Por.rai 111 NOVEDAPES ATHIS Bealde,
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ALCOHOLICS 'ANONYMOUS
- DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern 2-bod-room
chalet,: maid's room and J
bath; hot and .cold water,
screened,- yard, patio, sliding
door 'Closets.'etc. Phone Am a- :
dor 5193 from 8 to 4. 104 Calle
84 East between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 50th St.
FOR SALE: r- Fully furnished
concrete cottage, Santa Clara
Beach,; leaving. Asking $2800.-
' Make offer. Phone Gramlich.
Gamboa 6-441.
American family wants a good
cook, with references, has to
live in, good salary. Tel: 3-1231
Specialist Second Class
opo uur nou)ccK tngnw; were?
Place f Edwin G. Rqy, Terminals
Division. Cristnhal 5trl Plnfo. In.
seph Chandler, Commissary, a nd
oervico uenier, L-nstODai.
2. First AiH Hnnfost fivil Ta
fense teams: 1st Place Santa Cruz
Girls Team. Gamhoa- trA Plaa
Commissary and Service Cnter Di
vision, irisioDai; zna riace Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division, Balboa; 3d Place Place-Storehouse
Storehouse Place-Storehouse Division Cristobal:
4. Line Throwing Contest- -1st
Place Juan Garzon, Miraflores
Locks (runner up 1956); 2nd Place Place-Esteban
Esteban Place-Esteban Canizales, Pedro Miguel
Locks: 3d Plac lipH Mnrtlan
Hinds, Gatun Locks Manuel Rodri
guez, juiranores lacks (winner 19 19-56).
56). 19-56). 5. Essay Contest; 2st Prize Cle Cleveland
veland Cleveland Douglas; 2nd Prize Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Husband; 3d Prize George
Scott.
6. Exhibits:- 1st Place Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division, Cristobal; 2nd Place
Commissary .and Service Center
Division, Cristobal; 3d Place-Navigation
Division, Cristobal; Honora Honorary
ry Honorary mention Police Division, Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Honorary Mention Civil De Defense,
fense, Defense, Rainbow City.
Pacific Comray
Anniyersary Dance
Sel For Tonight
The Pacific. Commissary Social
and Sporting Club' was making
last minute preparations today for
their anniversary-Easter observ observance.
ance. observance. The club's seventh semi formal
anniversary dance will be held at
the Mechanics Club tonight with
music by Emuio Semprts' Rumba
Casino orchestra and the George
Miller combo.
Aa Easter fashion parade torn or -riw
will wind up the two-day ob observance
servance observance of the Pacific Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Club. Cash prizes will be a a-warded
warded a-warded to the winners of the fash fashion
ion fashion parade, for which entries will
close tonight. '
UNUSUAL STORIES OF

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Norge 1956, 60
cycles automatic washer. Av Available
ailable Available June 7. Call Aibrook
3147. 1
.FOR SALE: Bed type couch
with bolsters and coven, $30.
Phone Balboa 2-3676.
'FOR SALE:! .Kenmore au automatic
tomatic automatic washer. 60 cycle, 7
months old. Call Aibrook 5209.'
FOR SALE: All porcelain
9 .C.-F. Westinghouse refriger refriger-ator,
ator, refriger-ator, $100.- G.E. wasing ma'
chine $60.- new 60 cycles units,
Phone Gamboa 6-441.
FOR SALE: Complete set
of Venetian blinds $15.00. Suit
able for 4 family 2 bedroom
quarters, Balboa 2385.' t f
FOR SALE: Mahogany Di Dining
ning Dining Room set, 8 pieces; me'
tal sideboard; 2 metal night
stands; light .'mahogany table
36x36; 2 basket chairs; Crib;
Chinese chest, miscellaneous
items. Phone Balboa 2833.
FOR SALE: 5 piece maho mahogany
gany mahogany imitation bamboo living
room set. In; very good condi condition,
tion, condition, (custom' made). Ernesto
Lefevre. Avenue No. 40, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre. Phone 2-4970
9:00 a.m. ,to 12:00 and 2:00
to 5:00.
FOR SALE: Futuristic
Bamboo fibre chairs in e,t,
$12.95. Jewelry More Esradio
near to the Encanto Theater.
FOR SALE: 13' deepfreeze,
automatic washer, other
household goods. Phone Ai Aibrook
brook Aibrook 2217.
FOR SALE: 1 writing desk,
1 glass top coffee table. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7252. t
FOR SALE: Frigidaire au automatic
tomatic automatic washer porcelain
throughout (no rust) perfect
condition. Tape recorder RCA
console Hi-Fi used less than a
month bargain. Qtrsi'101-B A1
brook M-3214.
Rainiers Observe );
First An nive r$a ry
In Police Chhpefr
MONACO,'. April 2o';(UPV
Prince Rainier and Princess
Grace observed- their first wedding
anniversay today- by attending
solemn Good Friday: services.' in
the chapel of iheir palace.
It was .one. .year, ago today that
Rainier married beautiful Grace
Kelly, a movie queen, and sailed
away with 4er ; into thee Meditr.
hraneaa suoset. w:'r
Because it was Good Friday,
the royal couple planned no for formal
mal formal celebration of their anniver anniversary.
sary. anniversary.
'WAR arid PEACE"
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' are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 de Mayo.
Weather Wise
'3 Narrow road
,4 Come in
5 Manner
6 Eludes
7 Not one
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9 Most prosaic
10 Great Lake
11 Gratuities
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I i3 Attest
' 14 Swiss canton
i IS American poet
17 Frost bite
18 Shade sources
1 19 Ridicules
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29 Handle
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! 36 Edit
i 37 Afternoon nap
; 38 Hawaiian
k wreaths
j 39 Ocean in in-'
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20 Turkish decree
22 Heal ..
24 Fertilizer
25 Toward the
sheltered side
26 Parts
28 American
inventor

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i-eif; pilot Told in the heroism of battle's bell, cherished In.

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happiness of the once-forgotten children- of war-ravaged
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nicelor, Tech-nicelor, starring Rock Hudson,' Martha Hyer, Dan Duryea,
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Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ra Rama
ma Rama re's Conversational System,
tern, beginners and ; advanced s
pupils'. Lessons: Mornings, aft afternoons
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US'Poland
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AN INDEPENDENT

NEWSPAPER ,! ;

. i K.irunTnM Inrll 20 (UP)

' -The Urfited States and Poland

' today appeared nffer
' agreement on a U S.
, despite last-minute Busslan at-
1 tempts to toss a monkey wrench
- into negotiations.!

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I her closer to Russia.
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said the unnea auun
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lor agreement appeared consid-
erably brighter.

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v 800 million dollars in aid while
, the United SUtes was xeady
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.nf negotiators' later.

wised this to 75 million f which
1 i '-still was satisfactory to Po -.
.nri she eomplamed it wouldn t

. be worth it to' risk Russia s
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The United States now is re re-,
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1 million worth of fats and oils

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: the links, thi ae.naa i
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j 111' riTDIUWilfi tt. -

Thursday tor a week .or 10 dsyt

( relaxation and fcis lavorne span.

soli, tried ws nana u
'-' -r .Jl.a mu.iI the aolf course

i'r yesterday, but gave up- after some
-1 30 minutes without a stnke. :

rollowteg Ws try st flshntf, the
Chief Executive got in his second
v ,f 0f olf since Wa arrival here.

Press Secretary jamea
,f.A K-y Pr.sirtMit.was'hitting

" the baU pretty well.? HoweHa-

eertv reiusea w ivui
. dential score. ;- v V
v Using? light casting' 'equiprnent,
:.r'-J? ril or 30 minutee

' te 4and aome of th
s and bass in 'Ike's pond

the President's ''vacation w
, Hous"!;xottsgeT on, theAugusts
.?PdeV'woWe' or .abort
three hmrs in the morning, ap-
- proving a series of new diploma diploma-Le
Le diploma-Le nominations, v l L
, H.gerty said the P r e s 1 4 eat
' didn't have any plans for t he
, weekeBd,-xce tht he bonto
play golf today and that he .and
fori; Eisenhower would .a 1 1 e n d
ghcheeVvicea EasUr Sundsy,
Thousands Visif v
Tamed Stigmatist
.Therese.Neuni
KONNHRSREUTH. G-
- many (UP-Nearly 4,000 Good
Friday vuitors filed past the bed
of S-year old Therese Neumann
ict epen wounds on her
head and bands and blood flowing
from her eyes.
Miss Neumann has experieneea
this-tigmstixstion" a reenset reenset-Mnf
Mnf reenset-Mnf f the wounds of Christ cru-

' cified erery Good Friday for the
east 31 years. She also experiences
lesser effects on the two preced preceding
ing preceding Fridays esca year.
The Roman Catholic Church bas
never given official recognition to
Miss Neumann's stigmatizatioo,

but it baa never warned church
members not to Journey here.
Ucalhcr Or Not
This weather report fee the
14 hears ending t a.m. today,
b prepared by the Meteerole Meteerole-rkal
rkal Meteerole-rkal and Hydro graph 1 e
3rnh of the ran mi Canal
' Compaliy:
' -. Balboa CrisUbal
TEMPERATUXE: ;
:.HbA.V.'.....M
Lew ...... 14
- 4
' 71
r
rtt
r 7
- i
KE-1
I
HTMIDrrTi I 1
High If
U i. ..' 47
WIND:
'. inph) KTf-l
RAIN (laches)
WATER TEMP.!
' (inner harbors) 71
SUNDAE, APRIL 21'
SI
, HIGH
t:4 a.m.
:M pjn.'
LOW 1
t:Jl a.m.
1:11 p.m.

V Let the people

S?nd TEAR

3rJ Battalion; 20th Infantry Has

Mission Th is Week: Fight

' Under the special tutelage of an
instructor from the Army s ; Ag Ag-ereassor
ereassor Ag-ereassor school in the United
States, the men of the 3rd Batta Battalion.
lion. Battalion. 20th Infantry, Regiment have
been undergoing strenuous .train
ing in preparation iir meir i
in Exercise t;ariD-i!.x.
.Mai. F. M. Johnson is the in
structor from the Aggressor 'Cen
ter at Fort Riley, Kansas.
.The Stateside school, as. in all
major exercises, is furnishing spe special
cial special uniforms and equipment for
rthe Aggressors.
Maj. (Jiin smitn, executive otti otti-cer,
cer, otti-cer, 3rd Battalion, Syke's Regu Regulars;
lars; Regulars; is in command of the Ag Aggressor
gressor Aggressor forces, and among his top
assistants are Capt. William De-
Vane, commanding officer of Com
pany I. and Lt. Anthony Leach,
commanding officer ot company
We have been sucking quite
close to the program of training
outlined by the Aggressor Center in
preparation for exercises 1 of this
sort,". Johnson said. "Sonic equip
ment wjll be utilized oy tne Ag Aggressors,'
gressors,' Aggressors,' he added, "thus empha
sizing the realism of battle condl
uons." '
The mm ef Companies It K,
L, in. M. of the 20th Infantry
have been in the field since the
7cl2ce B. Ames
Dios In Los Angeles
Aged 69 Years
wallar n Ames, former ae
Uonntane- with the Accounting
Division, aiert iTiesaay in ui
r . . .... i ai
Sawtelle Veterans Hospital in
Los Angeles after a long luness.
h wan a veara old.
'A native of Reading, Massachu
setts, Mr. and Mrs. Ames came
tn the Isthmus in 1910 during the
construction era and was employ
ed until 1912 as an operator with
the Panama Railroad, s r :
I He was re-employed 'by the
same unit In 1915 and worked
until 1917 when he resigned to
enlist in -the Fifth Engineer
Corps, U & Army, with which he
served during the .first World
War. -:-. .-
' He Joined the Canal organiza organization
tion organization In 1919 as a telegraph op operator
erator operator with the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad and transferred to the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division in 1922. He re retired
tired retired from active service in 1947
because of poor health and since
that time has made his home in
California. --.vx;.'-'
During his many years of res residence
idence residence on the Isthmus,: he was
active In a number ot civic and
fraternal organizations.
. Surviving him Is his sister, Mrs.
Priscilla Young, of Arcadia, Ca
lifornia. J
Mayflower II Sail$;:
Under Aussie Mailer
On HisloricVdyco?!
' BRISHAM, England, April 20-
fUPV-The Mayflower II. a repu-
ca of the tiny ship that carried
the Pilerima to -America.' sailed
last night on the first leg of its at attempt
tempt attempt to duplicate their voyage to
Plymouth. Mas. ; i
The tug Penlee, which will shep shepherd
herd shepherd the 80-foot sailing .vessel dur
ing the initial stage of its journey,
nosed it into the English Channel
at S:50 p.m. i
"All the papers and formalities
have been dealt with," said Capt.
AOaa Villiers, Australian master
of the vessel. "We are off to A A-merics.".
merics.". A-merics.". : v--v v'--
, Specifically the new Mayflower
was off to the Dart Estuary, some
IS miles southwest of here, where
it will snchor evernigbt. If all
goes well, it win ssil on tomorrow
to Plymouth, England, starting
point of the transatlantic voyage.
The Mayflower's departure was
delayed for several hours because
of aa emergency appeal from tlx
Germany-bound U. S. Transnort
Gen. W. C. Lanefitt askinz that
soldier suffering from appendicitis
pe lasea asnore.

ino rewee picxea up rvt wii-io

bsm R. Herring, of Kinston, N.C.,1
Hll n A I WHM blMft A kA.l,l M1
nearby Torbay before returning
here to stand by. the Mayfloner.
The small sailing vessel
will carry only 29 persons all
mea oe its goodwill voyaee.
There were many women among
the 122 passengers snd crewmen
who made the original trip. j
After touching at Plymouth, the
Mayflower H win visit Kher New
England ports before droeoins
anchor in New York where the
Pilgrims mesnt to go in the first'
'place. It is due there June L

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1957'

first of April preparing for their
role. Preliminary work prior to
i.thai date lay the f roundwork for
Tne training new in progress.
Without realistic Aggressor forc
es no large exercise can be effec
tive.
"Our main : purpose.1 Johnson
states,' "is to cause the American
soldier to realize that any enemy
he might engage in the future is
apt to be entirely different, in ev every
ery every respect, from anyone he now
knows."
I -At the Aggressor Center rtself
all commands : are given, in i

Rackets Committc Went Deck
Back To Answer Quiz On Deals

WASHINGTON. April 20 (UP)
Teamsters Union President
Dave Beck may speed his return
engagement before the iSenate
Labor Rackets committee If he
avoids his day of reckoning with
the AFL-CIO.
Committee member Xarl E
Mundt (R-S.D.) told reporters
that if the AFL-CIO proves un.
able to enforce Its ethics code
against Beck, the committee may
change its schedule and recall
him quickly for questioning a-
oout nis,- private Business aeais
with the union through firms in
which he holds an interest.
"The committee has develop'
ed additional Information that
the teamsters; the public and
tne congress snouia k n o w,
Mundt said.
-Beck yesterday challenged the
right of the AFL-CIO executive
council to expel him from Its
membership. He said It still con-
siders himself a council mem
ber. -
He also demanded that the
AFL-CIO ethical practices com
mittee provide detailed accusa
Masonic Services
Linden V. Foster
Funeral services will be held at
2:30 p.m. Monday at the Scottish
Rite Temple in Balboa for Linden
W. : Foster, retired employe of the
commissary Division who died Fri Friday
day Friday night at Gorgas Hospital after
a long Ulness. ;. ;
The services will be conducted
by Darien Lodge A. F. and A. M.
with the Rev. William Baldwin of
St. Andrews Church in Cocoli tak taking
ing taking part in the services, Burisl
will follow at Corozal cemetery.
Mr. Foster, who was 70 years
old -at the time of his death, was
a nsuve of JVovs Sciua. He came
to the Canal Zone In 1927 Snd
was employed by the Commissary
Division until bis retirement in 19 19-484
484 19-484 He worked for many years in
the shoe section at Mount Hope
and in some of the retail stores
and was an assistant commissary
manager at the time of his retire-
went.
. Aftef his retirement, : he made
bis home in St. Petersburg, Fla,
where he was a member of the Pa-
nama Cansl Society. Last Decern
ber he returned to visit his son and
daughter in the Canal Zone and be became
came became ill soon after he arrived here.
' He is survived by his 'wife, Mrs Mrs-Bessie
Bessie Mrs-Bessie C Foster, who Is now' in
the Canal Zone, a daughter, Mrs.
Alice French' of Los Rios, and a
son, Harry D. of Balboa. Another
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, lives
in Los Angeles and a sister, who
lives in Hampton; Nova Scotia.
Mr. Foster was a Mason and a
Past Exalted Ruller of Lodge 1414
B.P.O.E. ''
Brutal
As Victim
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20 (UP)
It is was just past dusk On Sun
day night and Lloyd V. Stephens,
KX mirnin in. was wiuunt name
his bachelor apartment.
An ardent baseball fan, he no
J...L, J I . J .... 1.
bed just wstched the hometown
San Francisco Seals win a double-
header from Portland. t j
He walked south oa Mission
Street, snd started across 17th
Street with the green light and in
the pedestrian walk. Just then a
two door, iv ry colored 1952 or
1S53 Mercury sesdan also travel traveling
ing traveling south on Mission, turned right
into I7tkt Street
The slow moving ear struck

Stephens, la the next 3t seconds i

country it a'fe

9
foreign .'language, In order te
imulate-actual combat ondi-
tions. ' ' 4
In addition tv-the- language,
the differences: might Include a a-niforms,
niforms, a-niforms, weapons, equipment,
tactical doctrine, custom,, end
basic philosophy. i
Preparations by the "Aggressor
commander and his staff are ex
tensive. Construction, in accord
ance with the exercise situation,
of defenses and positions, includ
ing normal fortifications and ca
moufiage and the conduct of oth
er ; necessary preparations, v it
tions and guarantee fair proce procedures
dures procedures when lt i holds hearings
next month on corruption!
charges against him and his
union. i
The AFL-CIO moves against
tl.Al. OHMJk AM lt.H1.J k.

Fifth Amendment J17 times':,?" ?m. t.

when the Senate rackets com
ki. m. i
utvatii kuvui ilia yvi oumi
nances: Senate Investigators
charged that he took more than
$322,000 from union treasures
lor his personal use. :
N- ,'.,. -Z
3 Safecrackers V
Valklnb Trap ;
In Chicago Stare
A
- i
CHICAGO. April ;j 1 (UP)
Three safecrackers were killed to
day by a volley of machinegun
and -shotgun fire when they
waked into a police trap in a
State Street department store
A tip from the underworld,, pos
sibly from a rival gang, set the
trap for, the safecrackers in the
darkness of Mandel s Department
atom
The thieves were after $25,000
lo the store s safe.
The gunmen were James Rent Rent-ner,
ner, Rent-ner, 33, ex Suburban policeman
and a former Mandel store detec detective
tive detective until he was fired; James
Wulf, 28, and Vincent Bartemio,
32. v.i-.'v.
' Seven- detectives, disguised ss
Janitors, waited more than seven
lours in-the blackness for the
burglars to appear.
? Shortly after midnight,' three
men appeared, 'carrying a suit suitcase
case suitcase and cardboard carton loaded
with two portable acetylene gas
taaki, welding torches and crow
bars. They passed within, a few
feet of t a e detectives
hidden about the small cashier's
office, i '..--. '--r, -- -:'.""
Set. 'James O'Neill, leader of
the police stakeout, waited for the
burglars to lay out their tools.'
Then he shouted ? "Police
Officers! Give up!", O'Neill fired
a machie gun blast into .the ceil ceiling
ing ceiling as he yelled. ... '
Th safecrackers, atf wearing
gloves and carrymg pistols, came
charging out of the office, firing
in front of them. They ran into
the concentrated fire of four shot-
- gun and three sub-machineguns.
. Police said Rentner kept firing
until he hit the floor, Jus empty
gun locked in his band. A small
transistor radio, tuned to police
cans, kept mating mm Wui s
pocket after he was dead. '. .-
Police beieved one of ihe gang
bad escaped. They reasoned some someone
one someone must have been waiting in a
getaway ear, but no such vehicle
wss found. The other safe crackers,
apparently had bidden in a wash washroom
room washroom when the store, closed, they
said. ,, .. -i .-; ..
or so occurred the bit-run cast
which Police Chief Frank Ahem
said was unsurpsssed in the city's
history for "sheer and Calculated
brutality."
Stephens was knocked off his
feet by the Impact Witnesses said
ne prooaoiy would nave uvea Dad
the accident ended there. -.
tut it didn't. S'tphen mo.
Sow boom trooped In the wrv
der-carriaoe of the right front of
the ear. Tho driver, apporeefty
crated with panic, stepped on
tho gas, then slsmmod on his
brakes. Ho swerve to tho lef,
then to the rigM. Ho obyievy
was trying, to shsVo his vittim
teste from tho car.
IHa.lTUi &reei the car lurcfe

: hraham Lincoln

.PIV CENTS
the Army
I reaching; its final stages.
These positions,; if detected and
propeny evaluated oy u.a
jponray m oesirea, Aggressor ei
feet
' Although It Is doubtful the Ao Ao-'
' Ao-' gross or will bo allowed by .'the
umpires "to win the battle,', his
flexibility a n d thoroghntss
makoe succos togs than e cor cor-tainty
tainty cor-tainty for tho main forces, and
create realistic, though some
times embarrossing, situatiorr to
Prefabricated nneumatic models
closely resembling various items
of 1 standard military equipment,
are on hand. ;
Three dimensional, they are de
signed to renresent the actual i
tem of enemy eauinmeni to the
unaided eye at a distance oi law
feet. This holds'' true for either
ground' or an observation.
These realistic models are con-
triitAl nf liffht.-aeieht.' irticht
tubing, covered with cotton fabric,
and coated with a ruDDer suosu
tute. 1
"Aggressor' force will .. employ
nsvcholoeical warfare '' operations
against United States troops in ev
ery possible situation, ; tne Ag
1' for this .are
1 Indtrination of United States
troops in the technique, ef
tny psychological warfare immu immunizes
nizes immunizes thorn, te a certain extent,
' te enemy propaganda. Addition
Hy,' ft providts opportunity
for Intolligonce personnel te hv
torprot and evaluate enemy pro propaganda
paganda propaganda and to implement ceun-
tormoaiuros.". M ;
The spotlight will be on the
main task force next ween as xney
st arm the benches and drop from
. But wUhout the' Aggressor, trsin-
4 by experts to fulfill his role,
the realism of an actual combat
situation would be. mining.
Airbone Outfit
CompIetesJungle
s (in the other side" of the isth
mus at Fort Sherman this week
a six-day battalion probelm climax
ed Exercise Rio seiva a 1 1 v e
week long training exercise unaer
taken hv the 325th Airborne Infan
try's seclnd battalion combat
Thll Arohlete Twas a cattallon-
.i7 fieM exercise In which a BCT
was required to execute all phas
es of the attacK,' aeiense, rei rei-ri
ri rei-ri mnvement and an assault
river crossing Jn an independent
mission. ,
Th hittallnn nesotiated approx
imately 18 mUes of rugged jungle
terrain to accompusn us rowiuu.
rmnhnii was diced on toiisuci.
fire support and fire support plan-
The problem was designed to
stress realism end ws conducted
under conditions v spproximaung
mmhit as nearly as spossioic
i rAi m h Parsons, com
manding officer of the BCT said,
m men have completed
this advanced jungle training at
the Jungle Warfare .Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, they are ready for combat-
real or simuiaiea
the world." v.
Today, the secona airporoe
tabon combat team win ""
from Fort Sherman to Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, poised or the parachute as as-salt
salt as-salt Un Rio ate as one of the
major uniU of Task Force High High-tower
tower High-tower for Carib-Ex. y
i Yes, Butt
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS. N.J. A-
pril 30 (UP Carmen TassarelD
complained to police today that
someone stole two goats from his
car. ..!-.--
:d. swerving, speeding, hrsking.
slamming Stephens against the
pavement
Oa Valencia the car. turned right,
then right again on 16th Street.
Stephens body remsmed trapped
under the. ear,
Finslly. 'as the car pes red Mis
sion Street after circling three-
fourths of the block, Stephens

Uieless, mangled body fell free ia of Motor Vehicles is the hope of
a bus sone. j coming up with a ear that match
The kUer car roared away. Two'ed the death machine And police
motorists who witnessed the gri?yiwere checking every one ef the
ndt sped in pursuit, but cpukla't ,2 f.- Mercurys of 13-2 and 19S3
catca up. vmtsee registered to persons liv-
Therc were at least 59 witness-iing in San Frsncisco.
es but only a partial license aum- Aroused citizens bombarded po po-ber
ber po-ber wss obtained. 'bee headquarters with bps of sus-

A eutrsred crtitery demanded,

speedy tipuxs of fit A-t-rua k-J-'aJ

- 1 ' J (NEA Radlo-Telephoto)' 1
REPORT NEW GOVERNMENT FORMED IN J O RDAN Ousted Jordan Premier Suleiman Na4
bulsl ( right) and other socialist Paj-ty leaders1 discuss the current political crisis as they
meet in Amman. At left is Shaflq Rshedat and hv center is former Defense Minister Abdul Abdul-Halim
Halim Abdul-Halim El Nimr. A dispatch from Amman said a new Jordanian Cabinet had, been formed,
with pro-Egyptian former jPremier Nabulsl as, a member,. The post -of premier went to former
Foreign Minister Hussein Knalidl. , .. ; c . J ( i t .,

1957 Caribbean Girls State Winds Up
With" Awards 5 Program' : At; Ft. Clayton

The closin? ceremony of Carib
bean Girls' State was, held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, at the old Fort
Clayton Theater.
Mrs. Louise Griffon; the chair chairman
man chairman of this year's s e s s i on of
Girls' State, oresided. She intro
duced the department officers of
the -. American Legion Auxiliary
and American Legion. Thea she
introduced the 1957 Governor. Ma
rie Bleakley, i After Marie intro introduced
duced introduced the officers Wendy Cotton,
Lt. Gov.-Sue Mable, Secretary- of
State,, and Mickey Lavailee, At Attorney
torney Attorney General who will i work
with her through the coming year,
she turned the speakers stand o
ver to Virginia Reynolds, former
Governor and representative ; to
Girls' JMauons. 5 j
I
Virginia gave a short talk n
the' serious side of Girls' Nation
while Sandra informed those pres present
ent present that there was a gay side too.
After these talks the house moth
ers.. .Mrs, Anita.:. McKeowh, Mrs
Eleonor Connor, Mrs. Rene Gau-
vin,-and Mrs. Jos n O Conneu, as
well. as the counsellors Julia May,
Linda Jacobs, Diane Jacobs, Joan
Deganaar, Forest Wise (Attorney
General '56). Judy Sigl: Virginia
Reynolds (Governor '56), Sandra
Motta (Lt: Governor '5566), Diane
Geddes. Peggy Foiles. Nancy Pur-
dy. Bunchy Gegg Terry Lewis,
and Helen Nits were given recog recognition
nition recognition for the fine job they had
done in helping the citizens of
Girls' State during the past week.
After the introduction ot uaude
WssiMp Seen
Belie2dy-YiI$bn:j;
- WASHINGTON (UPSecretary
of Defense Charles E. Wilson
hopes it won't take "too long"
before intermediate jange ballis ballistic
tic ballistic missiles are ready for, com combat
bat combat units. ? r s i -f
He told a news5 conference
Thursday, however, that it would
be a "little optimistic" to expect
the .1,500-mile range mlsslless to
be ready by the end of the year.
He said Britain's recent f mili military
tary military cutback had little effect on
the U.S. defense effort He said
"our own military program t is
really largely independent -of
what other people do." -4 J
Wilson fainted that one of the
more important missiles msy be
test-fired soon at Patrick .Air
Force Base, Fla, He said he is
going to Patrick "pretty soon"
and expecU to see a missile fir firing.
ing. firing. H ; T ' ' i
He assured newsmen the'Pcn-
tavon will do its best to permit
press coverage of the launching j
ot tne carta saieiuie vemcie i
Patrick... A-;.. '.-'--!."!
Wilson laid it Is almost too,
much te expect" that the first ef effort
fort effort to launch the satellite will be
successful. He said the Navy
hopes. to get st least one satellite
orbiting the earth out of six
scheduled tries. A 1 I
er. Chief Ah era gave the case top
priority in an unusual alert to the
ntire department,
Clues were meager. At the scene
of Stephens' death was a 1.200 foot
path ef blood in the street And
thai wss all. i ;
The partial license Bomber re reported
ported reported by one witness wss given
minute study by the Department
pecte'l cars, reuce cxecso uera
out

Campbell 'ft national executive

committeeman, Al Gauvinry Paci-
tic vice commander, and Hoiteh
ton, educational director of Boys'
State, James .Watson the 1936 Gov Governor
ernor Governor of Crossroads: Boys' j. State
expressed his opinions convernmg
mis yeacs program.' by; declar declaring
ing declaring that now the boys and, girls
snow ,wnat true: Americans are.
' Certificates of apprecfation! were
presented to the Governor- of the
Canal Zone and representative ar army
my army officials by. Mrs. Frances Gil-
ley, department president of vithe
American Legion Auxiliary.;-,' ;,
.. With the presentation of wards to
the girls the climax of this ses session
sion session was reached. An award signi signifies.
fies. signifies. the hard work and contribu contribution
tion contribution that 4he girl has made to her
state during its session. -..'
The leadership award was pre
sented to Steffi Beck; Mary Smith
won the most industrious-, citizen
award;: the best speaker award
was earned by- Cai-oiw -ZH-kman?
anena ramman- received the '-a-ward
declaring her he most co cooperative
operative cooperative citizen;, the music i a."
ward went to eileen, "Dameereau;
Loretta Hershfield was oresented
the better relations award, and'
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Jackie Dunn' won the Americas)

. .After the presentation, of the a
bove awards another exciting md
ment arrived. "The Girls vatiol
delegates' were introduced. Man
BleaKley, Gavernor 1957, and Wen
dy Cotton; Lt Governor 1957, wen
announced as the delegates ti
Girls' Nation, The- three alternat
ed are" Steffi Beckt Mary. Smith
and Janet Tribe, j ,f 4 ;
1 Mrs. Mary. Becker presented thi
cleanest city award to Mrs. AniU
McKeowri,-' who -was city mother
of Chlquita Corner,'
. Before the closing of the' awardi -program,
Gov. Marie Bleaklej
thanked everyone who played anj
part in aiding the citizens of tlu
1957 -session of j Caribbean r Girls ;
State to have sn enjoyable, educa tional
and memorable session.
Following the closing of the a
wards programme talent show )T
held. Each city put on an mdv ft
atrstttim In competition with tni t
omer ci(y. xippecHooe won ms i
wara preseniea 10 me cny wmi-f
gave the best show. w ;
. The girls were dismisseff froU;?
Caribbean Girls': State. Thursdaj
at noon.
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