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

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

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DAILY NEWSPAFE2
CANADIAN .,

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l.. .LLa CONSIDERABLY FASTER than their1 buddies were these two pmtrooperr 'whosf, 'whosf,-main
main 'whosf,-main chute Ungled yeterday during Jumping maneuver at the Rio Hftto AlrXleld v ":

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Paratrooper, Whose Chute Didn't Often
Isn't r So Sure About Unlucky Number

,v Blond Wyn Spangler,. 19, Un't 0 uri at he Veiti comfortably in Corrw Hot-,
v pital today. -t r '' ,-' ' ' ; ',r 4
; lTh paratropp privtt feels pretty lucky for a feflow whost chirte didn't open whtn

, no jumpou irom pian j in yeixeraay s arop at Rio Hato.

Ai ; la paratrooper practice,
Spangler flounted '"lOOO, 2000,
3000, 4000" after he Jumped. He
looked up, saw no chute pillow pillowing
ing pillowing above him, went fast to the
ripcord of his emergency chute.
Y J. t. A. . ...
tie hw uis me trouDie H'Jtn
P&r
imenMnr rhnt omi.ll. f.t
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era, fallinr much faatet than
, thoee who bod jumped with
mera, nit tne gTouaa wiin tneir
.main chutes still twisted to-
irther.
Spangler'i fellow paratrooper-In-a-hurrv
didn't wait urmmd
when he hit the. ground. With Without
out Without a Word ha rrahbrf his floht-
Ing equipment and headed oft
tor nis unit s renaetvoua area,
all aet to fight the aggreuora.
Teacher Fired For
Obscene Ltnjozga,
urn ft fl
; PENSACO'J Fls. (UP) A
Mta school English teacher hit
een fired for calling students
itaceno names and phyiically a a-iwrni
iwrni a-iwrni them, Encimbia Com Com-y
y Com-y School Supt. William J. Wood Wood-ism
ism Wood-ism said today. .'
Woodbm Mid the ehool
ward d;charged Mrs. Emma
ayne Boston, aa rnitructor at
Tate Higb School bere, for caUInf
nale students obscene ame.
dckiBg another boy, calling a girl
(tudent a "gutter snipe" -"!
reatinf her In a "rough and nitU
nanner," Including tearing ber
Nothing.
Witnesses said a'J th incidents
Ttcept abuse of the girl sttxsent!
ecurred inside Use classroom. i

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a Spangler sprained hU back
In the heary fU. He aayi the
trouble Is that he rolled ea top
of the machlncrna wMch was
strapped to hla left sMe.
It was wen after the jump
"'VL e?en SHOW
-up at me first aid atation.
.PLtXTKT PARATROOriR, PTt.
g.xnce at a rho: cf kst his
Ke's la OortM Hospital

? lef lA-t people Jcnoi ifo trtuA etnd ti

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Spangler expects t' return, to
Ft. Bragg with his outfit "on
Tuesday, mors experienced in
pulling the rip cord ot his emer emergency
gency emergency chute, and as 'ready and
anxious a ever to Jump.
Todav In th Vivcnltll h r1n.
ned: "I learned one thlnK yes-
teraay a man can think pretty
quickly when he has to." ... v
Wayne F?ar.?r geU hia Hrst
chute lookej i ke in the air.
ith a sprained back.

A PANAMA, B. P.. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 19574

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Honduras Breaks;Ties
With-Njcaraguari Govt.

TEOUCIG ALP A, Honduras,
April 27 (UP) Honduras broke
diplomauc. reiauons. witn Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua yesterday and ordered its
ambassador to Nicaragua, Gen.
Leonidas Pineda, to come home
immediately. 'a
. The three-man military junta
and all cabinet ministers acted
in an-emergency meeting, charg
ing that Nlcaraguan National
Guard troops had Invaded Hon-
duran territory. 1
(The Nlcaraguan government
formally denied it).
Unofficial reports said Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras and Nlcaraguan forces
clashed for the first time but
the Nlcaraguan continued to
advance from the left bank of
(harboneau Elecled
iIcadOIPosilio.il
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Of American Legion
At the recent meeting of Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Post No. 1. The
American Legion, Silas Charbo-
neau, rormer 1st vice commana commana-er,
er, commana-er, was elected commander. 1
Also elected were Ed Martin as
1st Vice commander and Robert
Knox as 2nd Vice Commander.
Norsuda Newport was re-elected
as cnapiam. post Executive
Committeemen for the new year
will be Clauds Campbell, John
Terry, A. J. Gasperl, immediate
Past Post Commander, Kenneth
Majors and Russel George, post
Adjutant. Department Executive
Committeemen md deleftes to
the per-art inert Convr- "cit to
be 1 n 1 I.
Hie IoilOK-..t U i..e l ust's
Auxiliary heid their t..nual elec elections.
tions. elections. Muriel. Black was elected
President; Anita MCKeown, 1st
Vice president; Dorothy Knoxi
2nd Vice President; Patricia
George, Historian;. Eleanor Con Connors,
nors, Connors, Chaplain; and Barbara O' O'Connor,
Connor, O'Connor, figt. at Arms. Elected as
Unit Executive Committee, in
addition to the above .were Re Re-nee
nee Re-nee Gauvin, Emma Gasperl and
Arlene Martin.. Department Exe
cutive Committeemen and dele delegates
gates delegates to the Department .Con .Convention
vention .Convention were also elected. V -. v
A joint installation of Officers
will be conducted by the Depart Department
ment Department Officers of The American
Legion and The American Legion
Auxiliary. Department of Pana
ma canal zone early in May.
Yma, Husband
Given Deadline
To Reach Accord
HOLLYWOOD. April 27 (UP)
Peruvian singer Yma Sumac and
her estranged husband. Moises
Vlvanco, today were iriven three
weeks to attempt 1 out-of-court
settlements of their stormy pre pre-divoree
divoree pre-divoree dispute.,-,; : r
Miss Sumac's attorney.-Jerry
Giesler.-- requested the continu continuance
ance continuance on two of her petitions and
one of Vivanco's. Superior Judge
Allen T. Lynch set' resumption
of the hearings for May 17.
rwe are thinking about,, her
professional career," ; Giesler
said, "and above all about the
welfare of her little boy." V
' Luclen A. Sauvage, attorney
for Vlvanco. filed a petition to
prohibit the. singer and her
friends from harasslnl the de defendant
fendant defendant at his home. ...
In' an affidavit accompanying
the petition -Vlvanco alleged; "1
and the members of my house household
hold household are In fear Of our tyvea,"
Stage- Yankee 4
Runs Into Trouble:
With Baseball Bat
DKTROlT,"(UP) -1 After Har Harvey
vey Harvey Daniels, 24. of Fitchburg.
Mass., was hospitalized la good
condition after overplaying his
part. Daniels struck himself with
a baseball bat Thursday during
a roadshow version of the mu musical
sical musical comedy. ."Damn Yankees."
Israel To Display a
Russian Equipment
Captured In Sinai f
TEI, AVIV, Israel, APril 27
(LF Communist equipment cap cap-tun
tun cap-tun from the Erotiant in the
Sinai Desert last fall will be dis displayed
played displayed in the annual Independence
Day parado bere May it wss
reportedeja.

emwUry Is 46rwim Lineoiiu y ';

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the Cruta River neat the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean coast.
Official sources said the inva invasion
sion invasion started a week ago when 50
Nlcaraguan soldiers entered the
town of Cocoron, 18 V miles in inside
side inside the Honduran border, and
declared It under Nlcaraguan
military Jurisdictions t
The town, lies in the disputed
border area which Honduras re recently
cently recently incorporated. Into the
newly-created department of
Graclas a Dios. -'-,,-
Residents of the town were re reported
ported reported to have fled. The Invad Invaders
ers Invaders were reported! hiding out in
the woods by day, apparently
seeking to 'escape detection by
Honduras airplanes t
Young CZ Convict
Back In Gamboa;
Ilsbbedln Darisn
;rrf lw,
" A youthful Canal Zone convict
who escaped from custody two
weeks ago, was returned today
to tne uamooa penitentiary.
' This marked the fourth un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful 'attempt of .Rafael
Santos, 17, to escape. He Was ap apprehended
prehended apprehended by Panama police In
La Palma, Jn the Darlen area of
Panama .. e-,
Santos, a Colombian, was serv
lng a" three-year sentence for
burglary. He told police author!
ties yesterday that he got a ride
down the coast I
Police said that he 1oc v i ? r-1
prisingly well, but v i-i
ed. ... .....;. i
LaiHuS brc.i9 .'away 'iom
guards while he was cutung-
grass and cleaning ditches along
Gaillard HiKhway orr AprU 12. He
had been transferred to Gamboa
from Gatun about a year ago.
, The youth's only comment to
police t on' his ; retura; was t "bad
lucic-s;
k llev Ambassador
To iSoviel Russia 1
)'!.,;' .-v. -.ffi;
t' AUGUSTA; Giu, April 27(UP)
President i Eisenhower today
selected a pew American ambassador-
to Russia,' .Llewellyn e.
Thompson, now the envoy., to
Austria. x"'- "'' ..,-
- Thompson's' 'nomination will
be sent to the Senate next week
after the end of the congression congressional
al congressional Easter recess. .; if
Thompson will succeed Charles
E. Bohler who has been reas reassigned
signed reassigned to the Philippine Repub Republic
lic Republic ..-. ':m -'
Elsenhower also ordered' two
other changes in the Americas
Diplomatic Corps: i --.'
Don CI Bliss, now the foreign
service Inspector in the State
Department, will replace Joseph
Slmonson as Ambassador to
Ethiopia. Slmohson recently' re resigned,
signed, resigned, kv i j .. :
- Walter P.,-McConaughy, r now
director of Chinese affairs in
the State Department, will be
the oew Ambassador to Burma,
succeeding Joseph C. Satterth Satterth-walte
walte Satterth-walte who will be reassigned to
another post in the foreign serv service.
ice. service. Sit-." ..,.. .!
SoviebRcjecl
Dulles. Suogeslioh:
OhllewXonlerence:
VIENNA; April 27 (UP) So Soviet
viet Soviet First Deputy Premier Anas Anas-tas
tas Anas-tas Mikoyan today rejected a
suggestion by VS. Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles that a
new "conference with Rustle
might be held nder certain co co-ditlons.
ditlons. co-ditlons. .Mikoyaa called the Idea
"demagogical and unrealistic.''
ACikoyan referred to s Dulles'
newa conference statement last
Tuesday that the United Slates
would welcome another confer
ence with the Soviet Union pro provided
vided provided the Russians show thy are
"prepared to more forward on
main East-West issues. -The
Soviet official held a news
conference here ending his" five five-day
day five-day stato visit to neutral Aus-
He said "thai "Dulles, by Unk Unk-ina
ina Unk-ina a new world powers confer
ence with certain conditions to
h fulfilled bv the SorUt union
beforehand, did not make appeal
proposal to overcome the dead deadlock
lock deadlock In negotiations between the
two world power piocs.-

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''THEtfUlSEjr
OF PANAMA
ATTORNEY -"GENERAL Her-
mogenes de la Rosa yesterday re
quested Minister ot Government
and Justice Max Heurtematte to
supply additional information on
tne alleged arrest oy tne Nation National
al National Guard uof v Treasury Depart Department
ment Department Inspectors and members of
the Panama City Secret Police
during a raid on a gambling
house in Colon.
According to the tabloid daily
El Dia, De la Rosa said the facts
in the case merited a thorough
investigation. ,
On the other hand, Colon po police
lice police chief MaJ. pastor Ramos has
denied that the Panama City in inspectors
spectors inspectors and detectives were ar arrested
rested arrested by the National Guard.
, Ramos said the men were era
rying out raids ; without orders
from judicial : authorities and
that he had invited them over to
his headquarters to discuss the
matter in view of certain differ
ences in the Interpretation of
the law as regards to the play play-lng
lng play-lng of dominoes and rummy.
' El Dia had -reported yesterday
tnat tne inspectors and detec detectives
tives detectives were arrested and then re released
leased released after; Ramos consulted
with his superiors in Panama
City; v rmjm k : ;' .?
Publication of the pocket ma magazine
gazine magazine "18" has J' been ordered
suspended by the Panama City's
Mayor, jose A. Cajar Escaia,. in
view of an ownership' claim sub
mitted by one of the partners in
the firm which J publishes the
magazine.
The magazine, however.' ap
peared on the streets as usual
today.
Cliqlfcr-p::!
OfXrian
The chief steward: aboard the
British. shipjRangitoto was re released
leased released from l Canal Zone police
custody yesterday following an
investigation1 into tne peatn or
a crew member wnicn occurrea
after the two men had a fist
fight at sea." 'tf'- '' v"
The .District Attorney's office
decreed mat no cnarges wouia
be brought against the steward.
William M. Barr, who Is now At
the corozal immigration sta station
tion station waitlns for transportation
back home cm the Rangltata
which arrives tomorrow.'
" According to witnesses, the
trouble aboard the shin began
with the fist fight in the ereWs
auarters." -Barr stated tnat tne
fight started after the .crew
man. waiter. Hedcue.. made im
proper advances towards him.
Barr hit the man with his fists
mini tttn nrf Heddl atae-
gered out to tne auey wnere ne
dropped oeao,
A pathologist yesterday at attributed
tributed attributed death to a' cerebral
hemorrhage, but there was no
Indication that he died as a re result
sult result of the violence. Police said
that the report showed that the
Mrr.ltement of the fight may
have caused a weak blood vessel
to burst.-
i
i
mintviv .i tht Joint Chiefs

of the Joint Guard of Honor, given by Lt. Gen. Robert M. MonUtT!e. commander ia e.v
Ca-i-ibbean Command today at Quarry Heights. Accompanytng Radford art Lt. Cdr. Ken-
R Roberts commander of troops (left) and MonUguo (rear). Raiford leavs tomorrow
Albrook ATB for Bogota, Colombia.

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AMMAN, Jordan, April 27 (UPpMoicow o'ntj diri
radio broke out with a rash of propaganda attacks aaainsl
Jordan's young King Hussein today. &f
y Shortly afterward Jordan's Premier I brahaim Haiheni
called a meeting of his1 cabinet to discuss the internal
situation and Arab world politics. v l f 1
Moscow radio's Arab-language broadcasts' h dr d
here directly attacked Hussein and accused him of col-
lL. ...:sL "A..i. :. :tr. ... . ...

iwuuiuiiiij) wiiii j-wiiciiiun impcriQiisro against xnt will
Cairo's "Vofce of the Arab'' I ' -'

station, the most powerful trans transmitter
mitter transmitter in the Middle East, also
was severely critical.
The sharp propaganda attacks
followed two days of- relative
moderation after King Hussein
had appealed to Arab broadcas broadcasters
ters broadcasters and newsmen to refrain from
inilammatory reports. v
Up to today Cairo, Moscow and
Damascus radio broadcasts' had
attacked the king only in a neg negative
ative negative way, confining their piop piop-suanda
suanda piop-suanda to support of Suleiman
J'.abulsl. the left wina premier
' "' :1 ry j, -' '' i il, k
. . -v --
- The situation ia Jordan itself
was calm, and an army spokes spokesman
man spokesman said some authority .was
being handed Over to local mili military
tary military fovernoni and police. A
t' r, ..
A gradual, relaxation, of tight
military f.. controls was forecast
and ; the country-wide curfew
was expected 'to be lifted ton a
period of four hours today, it
was lilted for three hours yester yesterday
day yesterday and two the day before.
A" foreign office official sld
King 6aud of Saudi Arabia still
is expected to visit Jordan but
no' date has been set yet
1 y .,
That Awful
'Question:
WASHINGTON (UP) There
was understandable consternation
among some senators' -wives when
they, lunched At the White House
Mrs.' Robert Kerr,, wife of an
Oklahoma, Democratic senator,
revealed through her husband's
newsletter that when the ladies
approached the Red Room, where
Mrs. Eisenhower was receiving,
aa aide whispered to each to give
her nsme to the next aide.
. V -.'. .1 l
That was all rightexcept some
of the Senate ladies misunderstood
him to say, "Give your name and
age. -J "?.
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of Staff. Adra. Arthur W. Radford, Inspects the aTy p.a.

"if i- -'-.Sv,ut.V -'
sl ti ay-L,i-
US Officials
Say Young King
Is Vinnin
WASIirvOTCN, AprU 11 ( )
U.S. oflicials said today i r-
d an 's King Hussein appeal i ta
be winning his fight over forces
trying to overthrow him
-.S. '. Nr.-V.. I'.
ornciau said tne situation in
Jordan could v change for -hs
worse. But they said the yoi i
king seemed to be winning Ms
fight against leftist elements
supported by Igypt and Syrit.
-. ,:' r'- "(- -i"
Anierfcan ttrattg during
in. emergency not mofri
the ust of divloiha.cn and
show navalmigh .-4;-; 1.;;
The mighty Sixth' rieet Mi
steaming toward the east .a
Mediterranean, v, i-,;i j '.s i
And the Navy announced yes-
tatv4nw Vi f eh vsblnfrvrtvsbtl hlttlaa
lion of 1800 Marines wlU .leave
Morehead City, N.C.. next-we-
by ship for the Mediterranean
The Navy 'said he' dlspati -lng
of the Marines has .be )
scheduled since March 27 to re relieve
lieve relieve Marines already in the.a the.a-rea.
rea. the.a-rea. But it acknowledged unof unofficially
ficially unofficially that; both battalions
could be kept there If necessary.
The naval announcemr -r.i
came as the State Department
disclosed -that It hu cautlored
Israel. Egypt. Syria and othT
Middle East nations against try trying
ing trying to capitalize on Jordan's it
ternal upheavals. T
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Lettora m imiM gratefully and aie handled In a wholly confidential
tnannOTi ... v v ... rt
If contribute lofter don't bo impationt if it doom t appear the
aaxt day. Letters mm publiikad In tho order received.
, .Plane try to kaap tht lattari limited to ana page length, y
? Identity of latter writere to held in etrieteit confidence.
4 lThie newspaper aatumaa no responsibility tor atatomanta or apiniona
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PEDRO MIGUEL vs. U. S. A.

'JSSfiSSSSS! and thre, children In a one bed,
room .pwtnTent while waiting lor adeauate housing, I under.

TThTtUW XTorVBAF dependent
. 1 "j rt nni a alum clearance project

lor WW AJ uii,b, y ui- n..ii nnAn Mrr u ner-

know What living cunaiuoua l"-"'b -
'l11 Question is why and who Is responsible? Is it thC-alr-C
JL Mfuses to admit that adeauate housing Is availbale and
cUnues to allow concurrent travel? Who releases such In In-SinKeaxi
SinKeaxi In-SinKeaxi to housing as was printed in the Air Force
Sea TMarch 23 "Albrook GI no delay all grades; airmen may
Quarters at France AFB, Navy or Army housing arear -v
,t Who can clear out Pedh Mlwel? '"
' Who will clear out Pedro Miguel and give Air Force per per-spnnel
spnnel per-spnnel a better place .in which- to rear their families.. ... We are

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Disillusioned U.S. Citizen

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'ant the Gringos to desert the aSMT Namei to

forded the oprrwuW -----j k R8 panama, dui
faiher's countrymen. i
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Labor; News
1 And
Comment

By VICTOR R1ESEL

The only bars Dave Beck nepd

worry about now are those he fin financed.
anced. financed. The ,heavy odds are that
the government nas no case a.

gainst him and he will not be in-J

dieted out that does not mean
that the real boss of the Team

sters will escape prison.'
That real power is Jim Hoffa,
ninth vice-president, and, he prov proved
ed proved it behind the closed door of

the Teanu high command session

at the Galvez Hotel in Galveston,
Texas, last week.
Dave Beck spent considerable
time cussing out all force north
of the Gulf of Mexico and in insisting
sisting insisting on a knock-down fight with

the AFL-CIO Executive Council.

But the command decision came

from Jim Hoffa. Disdainfully, he

tow cecK to oenave mmseu ana
not to get so tough. The Teamsters
would not bolt the AFL-CIO at
this time, but challenge it from
the Inside.' They were not going to
fight a many-fronted war with
the government and the labor
movement. -' s-
,
Hoffa had the votes to dump
Beck right there. And the word

could have been flashed back to
the AFL-CIO headquarters that all

was now set for a happy reunion
In the big house of labor.- But Hof Hoffa,
fa, Hoffa, as tradition has it, stood by
his people. He was not smashing
his legendary loyalty,' j '

' But Hoffa really had a different
big house on his mind. From the

country over, his aides brought
him reports of a pounding probe

of his activities from Mew York

to Nebraska by Grand Jury and

special investigators irom me

Treasury Dept.. among others,

But what diluted his ebullience
and slowed his bounce more than
anything was the government's

case against mm.

Hoca learned, tnat na was pno-

tographed several times by the

FBI as he received documents and
handed over cash to former intel

ligence officer i John C Cheasty,

an employ of ? tne senate select

committee. ' iJ v

He has learned that the FBI

careful as always not to violate a a-nv
nv a-nv civil libertarian .canon.;, none

theless covered completely his e-

very move. iit
Th atnrv ia that Jim Hoffa was

about to be arrested on bribery
charges the day before he was ac actually
tually actually taken in bv the FBI scents. I

But there were no fingerprints on

the papers he returned to cneas-

ty for replacement ia the Senate

committee lues, so tne i m aeiay-

ed action, it is said. The second
time Hoffa accepted documents

d returned them to Cheasty in

Washington park under FBI

meraa. aa the story goes ne

did leave his fingerprints -on the

sheet. He was than arrested.

Hoffa has an gile lawyer in

Ed Bennett Williams and the at

torney will come up with many
legal maneuvers before the case

is closed. But Hoffa is no longer

the disdainful one when it comes
to measuring the FBI.

The thought of prison emus

him, it is said not for fear of it,
but hcausai it will take him from

the sprawling empire he has built

out of. tne Teamsters, across me

land from Texas to Toronto and

Manhattan'a canyons. '.

To Hoffa. the Teamsters' union

Is more that big business, more

than industrial power. He neitner

drank nor smoked nor marauded

the night. He would not lose a mo moment
ment moment away from the union for

it was the let lob which propelled

him into Harvard's hallav brought
nraiae from University vedants

r i i t av t j a.

ana was moving mm awuuy miu

the big time as well as tne ivy

League.

:0(::.:-Ax Incredible Feat

All this he -could lose if he is

found ffuiltv. But not without a

fight. Already he is moving his
lieutenants into position to hold
the fortress for him if he winds
up behind walls. The caretaker of
his fovernment-in-exile will be St.
Louis intellectual, 'Harold Gib

bons. -', :

Tha fellow .from-.Missouri will

fc nneeted. t hold ( the Central

States bailiwick. Other friends will
keep the. eastern and southern
districts In line. So whatever hap
pens. Dave Beck is -to be Tea mo

president in name only.

Denu Lc:d:r Terms
US Forclp Policy
"Crcalcsl Fellure"

NEW HAVEN, Conn.Aprfl 17-

rUPi Democratic National Ch air

man Paul M. Butler said today
the Elsenhower administra tioo has
based Ks foreign policy on The
substitution of lo(anizing and no-

ralizinc for consultation and co

operative action"
Butle termed foreign e 1 1 e y
fh ar-ateat failure of all la this

administration. "He said Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of state John Foster Dulles'

"greatest fault has been his mcur-J

able penchant lor piaying v w
home audience rather thai keep keep-in
in keep-in f his ere on our allianees av

broad.- t
Butler addressed the Young
Democrats of the Yale University

Law School.

He said Dulles "desire to ap appease
pease appease the conservatives in his own
party and to secure partisan dom domestic
estic domestic political advantage seems to

have led him t make extra va va-gant
gant va-gant declaration! which have
ahakea tbir confidence a us."
In the field of foreign policy.

Butler a aid. "President Eisenhow-

9 s.dS orASariatlac.,
tfi;-'';'. V'fz ,, -..u:m

Walter Winchell In NeivYorlt

THI BROADWAY LIGHTS
Man .About Town: Hal Hayes,

the Beverly Billionaire, and Win Winsome
some Winsome Courtney, ex-wife of movie
star David Brian,' could ( become
an elopemental case. . Victor

Mature's best kept secret is Lee
Stevens. He is also her chief back backer
er backer in the new African Room
which debuts in a fortnight at 48th
and 3rd. .Grace Kelly's pater is

now reputedly worth 18 million. .

Jerry Lewis' protegee Judy Scott

ana Jackie uieasons onto, -uon
Elliott, have ignited. ..Claude

Thornhill jilted his band to be To Tony,
ny, Tony, Bennett's accompanist. .
Crooner Andre Philippe and his
movie-actress wife (Susan Harri

son) are expected to maketheir
splituation permanent. . Chic
James of the Latin Quarter beau

ty parade won her divorce la Mia

mi ADru z. .cva uanoK s ex-nus-

band. actor; Hurt -' Jurgens, nas

gone jimp sdoui ,. uoromy ua ua-dridge.
dridge. ua-dridge. .Lorraine Cole and Mort
Weaver will wed. .... Hollywood

chums of Ingrid Bergman hear
that her former husband's second
marriage if g-iaggy, uf ,

In the WmeK Several starlets

were chatting about Howard Hugh

es, reputedly worth a cwion jlwi-

lars. ."He's the kind of map,"

said one. "I'd like to be married

to". ."Or," yawned another,"
"divorced f rom . Another group
discussed the way Mike Todd Todd-showers
showers Todd-showers Lit Taylor with Renoirs,
wels, yachts and other costly
lick knacks "He's certainly
treating her like a. star," observ

ed a listener xou mean,- e e-dited
dited e-dited another, "like a chorus girl!"

The Cinemaglclanat "Marty and

Co" star in "The. Bachelor Par

ty," another entertaining install

ment in Paddy cnayetsty s ordinary-folks
series. ."Five Maidens

of Outer-Soace" take you to

strange plant called Geewhis

. 'The Youna Mranier cives

the father-son theme dramatic

impact. The fucker introduces
James MacArthur. Helen Hayes'

heir, who reflects his mothers ra

diance. .-."Tarzan and the Lost

Safari" reveals Tars is as healthy
aa ever. ."Lixiie" concerns a doll

with three personalities dull, dull

er, dullest. ."TM wange vne

ia a aunerior one. A reauauc ex

citer brilliantly played by Ben

Gaizara. ."12 Angry Men is a
oerceotive study of a jury in ac

tion. Verdict: Entertainment.

State Deert Prance Rainier

te avrt in rrance ve

V, l. '
night it might get stuck. . And in
the morning not get up". ..Odd ..Oddly,
ly, ..Oddly, most of the bit discs are yodel yodel-ed
ed yodel-ed by males. . Modern Screen
publishes he silliest query1 from
a reader: "I heard, that Mike
Todd won Elizabeth Taylor- in a
gin rummy game. Can this be
possible?" The r mag deadpans:
''Not true."

Cast of Character; Playwright

Arthur Miller is really running the

Marilyn Monroe snow, insiders re

port he persuaded her to drop her

press agent and V.P. When a HoH

lywood publicist on her payroll
arrived in Manhattan he phoned,
for an appointment. "If it is per personal
sonal personal IH be glad to see you,"

sne said. VI wont discuss busi business
ness business with anybody Jlelen Quar Quar-rier,
rier, Quar-rier, the girl who plays a 12-year-

old brat in "Hotel raraiso, is

22. Her pater ia head of the Philo Philosophy
sophy Philosophy Dept. t Florid U.; .Tex .Texas
as .Texas oil is making bandleader Shep
Fields and his three brothers rich

er by tha minute. ... .The Milt
Shaws image is due any comma.

The Maharajah of Baroda's pet

date here ia pretty TV actress

Scott Weldon at Place Elegante.

.Mat Mattox, prmcipal dancer in
Brigadoon," and Jean Caples,

dkneer, will marry tonight.

Farke Levy, producer ot Decem

ber Bride." sold his rights to CBS

for $500,000. He may get another

8100,000 when the show is renewed

next year via the "escalator

clause. .Levy began showing on

his talent in this coi'm 19 years a-
go. M .,

The Proas Boat Great Britain
has slashed Hs defenae bodat
In .the name of ocenemy. Of
entree, detenao cuts are ne bar
gain at any price. The value of
freedom is priceless. And In the
final analyaia, a Brave always
casts more than a gun. .Seme,
of ewr legislators are alae da da-manding
manding da-manding defanae cute. Their fol folly
ly folly is ea obvious as the Red con-,
quest of weak nations. Ne coun country
try country ia ever o aefe that It can.
net be mode safer.- The only
ones who should worry a bant the
high coat of our defame ere
oar enemies. .The Middle Eest

end steal Mercury Records' dla dla-tribajtion
tribajtion dla-tribajtion of the ''Serenade to a

Weta" album. They ere

theme eonga from Crate Ketly
films. They fergette cut him
m. Jan Murrey,: ejulimeater
cemlc. Is' new a eerperetlen.
Haa Uaakii Jantene payroll.
One of the lucky comedians to
survive. .Iddie Bracken, who
lays the rele of o eeekreech n
"Shlnbono Alley,- storied In
anew bwaineas at tho age of 3
wheat ho wen a Cute Baby eon eon-teat.
teat. eon-teat. . Te4e A ot SardTs Is
the greet number of princlp-a la lain
in lain Broadway ehewa who oro
drinkrng heavily. Short cut to
HoebeewvWo.' .Lady Terreneo
In 'Orpheue Decendlng" Is
u,iM itaBiatoai's third Ten-

neaaee WilUams heroine.

Lam anal teniewe Van

shocked stage hende end elrcwe
reuat-ebowts with their choice
language .t

ektM tha Stars: Princess

Grace and the. Prince, who

'boonded by the press a yeaf are.

m nnlnv nrest stem.

Be" is Doris Day's Fort Knox.
imMt over SSOO.OOg tretn

tho flicker. .Among thoee who
Ounked their initial screen teeu
were Jimmy Stewart, K. Bepborn,
riiariM I jnrMon and Van Joan

oa au

tempted to ww aUies abroad the' Periodica K )mbs the "dal mags

same way they have campaigned rjyposirg ii
t. win .lM-tjona here at home Princess Grace when she was 14.

the substitution of ilor snixing andiTo wit: hate to ee tte run ifo
moralizing far eensullatios) and eo- down. -And "ueeze itself tmo
operaUve action." 1 the groand. .Since some warn

crisis remains and historic stu study
dy study in Irony. Dictator Nasser,
who lost a war, is aic.au.ig ine
terms of peace. .Changing
Times mag quips: An egoist is
one who thinks that if he hadn't
been born, people would wonder
why. .In an interview, Lauren
Bacall receded Katie Hepburn's
preia relations count's I: "D 0 n't
care what they write about you
es long as it isn't true"

The Intelligentsia: The Acade

my Awards started in 1934.. Since

that time songwriters Livingstone

and Evans .on three medals for
Best Song of the Year. A distinc

tion never achieved- by v Rodger

and Hammerstein. Irving Berlin,

Cole Porter, et al. Their winning

songs were "Buttons and Bows,"

"Mona Lisa" and "Whatever Will
Be, Will Be'J. H.Presiey'a one one-nighter
nighter one-nighter in St.. Louis earned $28,000
after taxes LV .Max Liebman,
whose golden touch was big tele

vision talk until the sour breaks

came, is on a world tour without

a worry His NBV contract runs
until I960 with a four-figure check

in the mail every week. . .CBS

will pay Big Crosby $100,000 to

appear in one spectacular, but be

won't answer the phone. ."Aun

tie Mame" has been on the best

seller lists three times longer than

Don't Go Near the Water," its

nearest competitor. .Edie Adams'
pictorial impressions of Marilyn
Monroe on pages 68 and 69 of the
May Esquire are very ahem :

Quotation Marksmanship: A.

Pettito: Husbands speak of their
in-laws as though their wives

didn't have any. .Robert E. Sher
wood: The happiest miser 'on

earth the man who saves up ev

ery friend he can make. .L. Bia Biasing:
sing: Biasing: 'There is' no cosmetic for
beauty like happiness. .S But

ler: The public may not know e-

nough to be experts but they know
enough to decide between them
. .Ed M. Howe: Every time I
have caught hell it has been the

result of pursuing it. .Anon: Be

hind every famous man stands a

woman telling him he s not -, so

good. .' ;.- 1 '"

... I Answer to Previous Puzzle
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Rldlngbood
- end tho
I Androcles and
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18 Popular
Brltiah drink
' 11 On water
14 Iroquoian
Indian -
15 The sun
if Good flavor
MCaeabacat
and form

SOAacands

Jiriih

22 VTbere Eve"
aaet the

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54 Golf

26 Where St.
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. charmed
- anakee
2? ImnatiBct
ISCUcfe-baetle
12 Separate

84 Pbotocrephie

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25 Lax ra cat
Bud's eibtiag
87Mra.Osiris
89 Claopatre's
' : river
48 Chemical
- eufflxas
41 Carry -OBeaioe
4TantaUzers
4 Shaped
II Born
I Noun suffix
U Money
drawar
l4Crow'ac7y

84 Comfort

8T Measures of

type
DOWN
1 Threw:

8 Century plant

8 Wires

-4Liquid :
8 Glacial ridges
- Smaller
TObeae
8 Russian hero
9 Angers
19 Franco river
11 Cape :
17 Peaceful
19 Sample ,-'"1
2Capera
24Han(arian -city
..-'

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- mountains
21 Wipe out
27 Industry
21 Sacred image
29 Allot
81 Sea holly ;
22 Love goddess
21 Italian -: 1
, peninsula H.
49 Bury
41 Large spoon

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flying ..
42 Tha
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I Silver
44 Formerly
44 Lampreys
47 Paper
measure
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By BIIW riAIION

WASHINGTON Pntmrr

General Kummerfield called me a
liar the other day when I report reported
ed reported that he had pulled wires to
Shut down tho rnnffVoscirfn.il nrnha

Of Jimmv Hntfa and Tmmct.r

rackcteerins in thA Dptrnil srpi

ixow mat ne s Deing kicked around
by the Congress and the public
generally, it might be a g 0 0 d
time to come back at him,

Forgetting Mr. Summerfield'a

political errors, however, and

sucauig iu nis record as f ostmas ostmas-ter
ter ostmas-ter General, it's hard to come

back at him. For: aesDite his has

sle with Congress, the facts as I

review them are. that Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field has done a pretty good job.

have watched quite a tew dosU

masters and I don't know anyone

wno nas none oetter..

Let's' loik at tne record.
Though the USA has expanded.

Summeriield has run his huge 0-

peration with fewer employes.

Thera w. v. 523,757 in 1952 when
he took over. There were 508,587
in 1956.

In mat same period, mail had

jumped from 4b M billion pieces
in 1&2 to 56.4 billion pieces in
195ti. There were 300.UOU new

home owners in 1958 and 259,000

new business concerns, xet bum bum-merfield
merfield bum-merfield ran the post office, with

less personnel.

The recorc aiso snows tnat
Summeriield has been careful with

the taxpayers' money. He has

gone Dae to Congress omy once
uC..'j for more money. This was

in fiscal year 1956 wntn he need needed
ed needed and cot an extea $l66 million.

In law, on the otner nano,. ne

turned back 410a miuion to the

1 reasury. ant in lo5 he turned

hack almost $50 million.

.ms trouble tms year is that ne

made a mistake in estimating tne
increased volume of mail. He fig

ured it would be 2.8 per cent

more than the last fiscal year,

whea actually it Hurnea out 10 oe

4 per cent more, 'this error of 1.2
per cent doesn't seem like much,
out wnen you're operating 38,000
post offices it runs into both mon

ey ana nuu-w duiiuu yieves uui

year,

y MAGAflNI LOBBY
Tha fMirlv .. haired Postmaster

General, wuo once was the world's
biggest Chevrolet deals r, has
muria W n( nennl- anra at him

by revamping outmoded postal e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment ana operations.
Ha also hasn't hesitated to tac

kle f the : big magazine mailers,

whose econd-ciass privueger run
him into the red deeper than any
other item.

It happens that these big maga magazine
zine magazine owners are the best support supporters
ers supporters the Republican party has. Ev Every
ery Every major magazine in the USA
was for Ike in 1952 and 1956, and
some of the oublishers were also

heavy campaign contributors.
Henry,- Luce- and' his' beautiful
wife contributed $30,875 to Ike
last November, while their publi publication,
cation, publication, Life Magazine, cost the
Pnt office Denartment 1 and the

taxpayer $9,310,000 the differ

ence between tne actual revenue
received by the post office from
I ifo Maffaxin and what it i COst

the post office to deliver it. Time

and f amine, aiso laico puuuca puuuca-tions,
tions, puuuca-tions, caused the post office anoth another
er another sizable loss. :

Roland Harriman and Vincent

Astor, chief owner? of Newsweek

contributed $34,350 and $7,500 re re-nHviT
nHviT re-nHviT to Ike last vear. News

week, in turn, cost the post office

a substantial loss in aecona-ciaaa-mailing
expense, so that the tax tax-navai
navai tax-navai Inrlirartlv helried aubsidize

the magazine even though he

may nave votea ior aievenson; ,
..Tnhn and Mikn CowleS. DUblish-

ers of Look Magazine, are a 1 s 0
strong Ike supporters. According
to the latest figures available,

their magazine costs tne post 01 01-fice
fice 01-fice and the taxpayers, $3,482,000
annually to deliver,--, ...
McCall Corporation now has a
new president, none other than
ex-Gov. Arthur LangUe of Wash-

U. tn n a atronff Dxe

supporter. Ana nis mcvau s maga

zine costs the post office a formi formidable,
dable, formidable, annual loss of $1,507,000.
However, it should be said for
Summerfield that, though he's a
politician and though he's raised
plenty of cash for the GOP
some of it by means that brought
some convictions of Michigan au auto
to auto dealers he has bucked the hie

magazine owners.
Some people think he v hasnt
bucked them strongly enough. But4

right now Reader's Digests is eir-'
culating among Congressmen ad

vance copies or us May issue
blasting Summerfield's operation, v
DeWitt Wallace, publisher of Read

er's Digest, who is fighting Sum-'

merfield, is a strong Republican v
and, with Mrs. Wallace, contribut contribut-ed
ed contribut-ed $7,250 to the party coffers. His
magazine cost the post office the
huge sum of $4,172,000 in second-class-mailing
losses. 1

The inescapable fact Is that tho

10 top magazines of the nation ac

count tor tnree-iourtns 01 tne sec-
ond-class mail. And Summerfield
knows he has to beat the maga magazine
zine magazine lobby if he's going to como
anywhere near balancing the post
al budget. -.v
In my. opinion, the Postmaster
General has made some bad poli-
tical boners in his day, but run running
ning running the post office is not one of
them, k
iioie The Luce magazine em-

pire of Time, Life and Fortune

nas just announced figures show showing
ing showing that in 1956, 25 cents out ot
every advertising dollar spent in
magazines went to a Luce publi- -cabon.
Net income fop the year
was $13,850,000 of $7.10 a share.'

Earned surplus : increased 20.S

million to $62.4 million. Time,; al--so
part owner of Houston Oil," is'
constructing a paper mill In Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana and a 47-story building in
Rockefeller Center. New York Ci

ty. Time also has acquired five
VHF television stations,, the max maximum'
imum' maximum' permissible, plus some ra radio
dio radio stations. It constitutes perhaps
the largest privately owned force

for influencing nuuuc omnion. oaix

of it built up through postal bene-,

fits. y.

WASHINGTON PIPELINI '.
The White House press team of

Hagerty and Snyder has now.
been split. When Murray Snyder,
new Assistant Secretary '.of De

fense, issued a press statement

on his own- tne otner aay, iuhi
r, y. : T .11 k 1 .all

lien.' vurwa ueiuay
made Vice Chief of the Air Force,

it brought a complaint from Ha

gerty. 7 ,, :;r;'-fi:r a

The announcement, he said,

should have been made at the

White House. .Ike is so sensitive
..... Vi- .h.ro-nf aneeHins be

tween Washington and Gettysburg
that he's told ttu Secret Service

he'll fly to Gettysburg itt me. ioj

ture except in Daa wcr
Ocd Ex-Prcr.:::r
Sought By Jcrdcti
,-

4 AMMAN, Jordan, April; rr :
mp) A government spokesman
announced today that the new
" .1. ......It., fnrc trl

searching tor fugitive Suleiman

EI CXanUlBl, viiC uiinvu
premier who led pro-communist
opposition to King Hussehv
r it was" Blmuluneotssly dis disclosed
closed disclosed that th n e w cabinet
placed national, security under,
control of Defense Minister Su Suleiman
leiman Suleiman Tukan. He waa designat designated
ed designated military governor t the first
cabinet meeting vyesterday.
Nabulsl, foreign minister in
the ahort-llved compromise cab cabinet
inet cabinet which toppled early yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, dropped from sight during
the first hours of tha new cabi-.
net of Premier Ibrahim .Haa-

hem.

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CERTIFICATES OF MJSMBEKaiUr XO W1P A.uuv nuui vmu wcio vv?t" .v--.
'C A BeaU Jr, (right) at ceremonies held in-the Adjutant Genoral's office. Headquarters,
US Army Caribbean." Left to right, Mrs. Irene P. Brophy. C.LelgH Stevenson' and Mrs.
ftotfothy-wLowe-thAt 'with'-Beall.'SJteiv receiving certificates staUng that each of Jnenvhad
accumulated 1.000 hours of sick leave.H The club is a. part of the Department :of Army s in-,
centive awards program. 1 ) ' v; 1 u s- AmT Photo

AfiMmnO THE COMMENDATION RIBBON, With metal pen pendant
dant pendant he- has Just presented to MSgt. Frank O. Brace (left)
is Col. C. A. Beall, Jr., Adjutant General, U.S. : Army Caribbean-1
Brace, who Is the non-commissioned officer in charge of the
reenlistment Section of the military procurement branch of
the AG's' office, was 'awarded the ribbon t for exemplary duty
in his assignment from June 1, 1958, to April 12 of this year.
' - (U.S. Army Fhoto)

x Cuiro ross Scores lb Mand,
Declared Suez! Issue; Settled

1 CAIRO, April 27 (UP)-Egypt's
press today crfticized the United
States for taking the Suet Canal
issue before the United Nations
Security Council. ; fc
At the Mine time, ( informed
sources expressed conviction that
the U.N. deliberation! would bring

no change in Egypt's plan for' o-

peraung ie vital waterway, aae
sources expected full support
from the Soviet Union in the Coun Council
cil Council meeting,: ' ;
President Cams! Abdel Nasser
received Soviet Ambassador Ev Ev-gueny.D.'
gueny.D.' Ev-gueny.D.' Kisselet last night,
shortly after Egypt published the
terms of its plans for operating
the canal.-" The Russians have
been kept informed of all develop developments
ments developments in the Suez Canal talks be between
tween between American and Egyptian of-

Mai on Egyptian determination to-l

operate Thexanal alone, .without

t intern tionaliiation, sources said.
The-Cairo newspaper "Al Akh Akh-bar"
bar" Akh-bar" said --Egypt' declaration

brought the nine-montl. controver controversy
sy controversy to an. end.
."U.N. circles believe all' possible-
guanteel from J?gypt concerning-freedom
of navigation and
management of the canal have
rem obtained," it said, i
The newspaper had atroag-critl-eiim
of the American decision to
revive the Suez Canal dispute in
the U.N. Security CouncU. T h e
council "will meet tomorrow.

."'Jn-View of the fact that normal

canal, it was contrary-to common
sense that some state should at attempt
tempt attempt to complicate the Sues' is

sue,'; the newspaper said.-

The French language "Journal

Ld fcgypte".- said the U.S. .move

was intended to open a 1 new

round of passionate debate-which

is. entirely tutue. v

It asserted the -crisis definitely

had been 'ended by the Egyptian

declaration and the passage

through the oanarof the Ameri

can flag freighter President Jack
son. r-r-:':: ,-

Israel Releases
e r icq n Wo rn a n
Cori victed ; As 5py

TEL AVTV, Israel, AprU 27

(UP-Mary Frances .-Ha gan. 29.

the American woman convicted of

spying for the Arabs against Is

rael,' will te released from prison

Sunday and flown to New York
immediately, it was reported to

day.'. i .'

Misr.Hagan was arrested last

August. She was convicted and

sentened to one year imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment Oct.-11. -;
Her counse. Max Kritiman of

Chicago,, laid the U.S. State De

partment working in her family's
behalf persuaded the Israel gov

ernment to release Miss Hasan

navigation. is resumed through ue'Deoore completion of ner sentence.

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Written fer NEf ervice

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Pope Unveils Plan:
To Offer Africans
rThe Gift X)f FailhV

'VATICAN CITY, April' 26,

(UPPope Plus XII called, on
the Catholic Church today T. to
mobilize, in an .all-qut effort to
spread the gospel, in-Africa be before
fore before the black continent falls

orev to "atheistic materialism,

, in an encyclical. letter to tne
world's patrarcbs, .. prmates,
archbishops and bishops, ; trie
Pope unveiled a detailed plan
to step up mission work. in Ji Ji-fricai
fricai Ji-fricai He warned that there was

no time to lose. ,

"Any delay would be fraught
with consequences' the Pope
warned in the : Latin-language

contribute prayers, funds, and
letter. He- urged Catholics t

urt.nn '"tn 0l, n-tmllllnn Afi1.-

can Negroes "the gtt of fath"
("Fidel donum"), the opening
words under which the encycli

cal will be listed in church an annals.
nals. annals. He laid down a detailed sev-

en-point action, plan to step up
missionary work in Africa, in increase
crease increase the lumbers of mission!.
ary and native clergy and create
a Catholic "'elite" among Afri African
can African Negrpes.'

6rh:m Determined
to Avoid Dispute :
Over Cafholic Ban
NEW YORK (UP) A sookes

man for the Rev. Billy Graham
declined today to enter into a-con

troversy : over the attendance of

itoman catholics at Ur&uam a cru crusade
sade crusade here next month. J. -"The
doors of the crusade are

open to all who may wish to at attend,"
tend," attend," said, Jerry' Beaven, the
evangelist's executive secretary.
Graham, now at x his Montreat,
N.C home has no desire to com comment
ment comment on the warning' made to Ro Roman
man Roman Catholics Wednesday ..that
their church forbids them to at

tend Graham's servicer, listen to
him on the radio or read his re religious,
ligious, religious, works. 't-

Ueavan said the crusade work

ers "appreciate the admonition, to
pray for Billy Graham' contained
in the Roman Catholic ; warning
published by the Rev John E.

Kelly, director of the bureau of
public information, mformation of

the Nauonai Catholic. Weitare Con Conference.
ference. Conference. ' -' 'i 'y- '-ii-.f:
' He ssid it Vl'Drf Graham's of

tea repeated intention to preach
the simple Gospel message as pre presented
sented presented in the Bible, which' has,
always been the message fie has
preached. Jt is the same message

which has characterized .orthodox

Christianity through tne ages'
Father Kelly had oraised Gra

ham highly but' said his preaching

diverges, from thatof the Roman
Catholic Church in some doctrinal

omissions' and principally in his

refusal to believe in one true

church of Christ; '- r-

British Working OrT Push-Button
Device To Stop Ballistic Missiles

US Denies Russkn;
Charge Of Spying
By Hungary Alteche

WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)

The United Stales today rejected
Hungary's .charges that Capt
Thomas R. Gleason, former, as assistant
sistant assistant military attache in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest engaged in spyinr. ...
At the same time this govern government
ment government renewed a protest to Hun Hungary
gary Hungary over the Aon) 3 incident in
which Gleason r nd his superior.

CoL C J. Todd, were detained

by Soviet and Hungarian military
authorities.
Hungary had charged on April

that Gleason engaged la "open
espionage" and demanded that be
leave the. country. The Army
officer left two days later and is
now in Washington
The United States replied to pie
charges ia a Mote delivered in

Budapest -oday.
Te note said "it is clear from

(e record of Car'. Gleison's ac ac-'ions
'ions ac-'ions that he neither er fared in
1 1 proper artivitira tor violated a-

ry rnowa Hurerma isi or re re-rulatKm
rulatKm re-rulatKm afffctin? foreicn d'ploma d'ploma-t
t d'ploma-t e rr0T!T!el in Hurjsry."

Give your opponents a ehance
to mnv B r mistake and mavbe

they will.4 ThU should be tneprei

motto of every -; winning bnage

player, '
-In a recent duplicate game in
Phoenix, Ralph .Cash followed

this prinipje ana nasi came
through In friendliest fashion to

give Ralph a top score, r, :
Ralph.; won the opening dia diamond
mond diamond lead with the ace, played
the ace of trumps and shifted to
the ten' of heart West played
the five (his lowest) and Ralph
Dlaved the king 'from dummy.

East ducked. East explained latr-

er it seemed iike a good idea at
the -timeM' ' .'
Now the deuce of hearts .was
led from dummy and East real realized
ized realized ahat his good idea had
been mighty poor. He wriggled,
squirmed and finally, played low
again. Ralph's Jack won .that
trick, He returned to dummy
with a trump and led the queen
of hearts. .. East played his ace
this time. i
Ralph trumped nigh, led a low
trump to dummy and discarded
his losing diamond on the nine
of hearts. He conceded a trick to
the ace of lubs and made six.
: While Ralph deserves, redlt
for nice bit of 'deception, East's
failure to win the first heart lead
was criminal.. He and dummy
each held four hearts and there
was no combination of cards and
errors that would give him two

heart tricks. All his play could
bring was trouble,

Seeker Of Monster
IN- It Xf
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lm H's t i:.;:!:r
' NEW jTELHI, India (TJP)Tex (TJP)Tex-af
af (TJP)Tex-af oilman Tom Slick who has been
roaming-the Himalayas in search
for the legendary "abominable
snowman," or yetl, said today he
believed thf beast was a man man-eater.
eater. man-eater. 1 i
Slick told newsmen that natives
of the mountain villages told him
the animal goes through a ritual

of cannibalism by esting the eye

balls, fingers and other parts pi
its human -victims,
: He said the-natives told him that
human flesh does not usually-attract
the yjti naitve name for the
beast.; Normally it lives on rats,
other small rodents' and bamboo
shoots It kills yaks with its bare
hands but does not eat them,
Slick said, -

Slick and hb expedition spent

three months wandering the Him

alayan foothills in search ef the
abominable snowman. They never

found one but' no-' white marl
ever has. But the explorer said
they collected a mass of data
from natives who claimed to have
seen them often. ..- -v

Slick said from u information

gathered on this trip he believed
the yeti to be a form of ape, re resembling
sembling resembling a gorilla or an orang orang-tall,
tall, orang-tall, -covered with reddish hair and
to have a pointed head.- Jt also is
said to run upright like a man.

Slick said he found tnree sets

of footprints and also examined

some droppings during his trip
and spoke to 15 Nepalese 'who
claimed to A a ve seen' a. yeti.

"I n w per cent cenain it reauy

exisU.". r -f -.

He said he found footpnnu is
inches long with a 31-inch spread.

From this he deduced the yea
weighs around 200 pounds when
fully grown.'.- ' :

LONDON, April 27 (UP) Brit British
ish British air experts disclosed today
that Installation work had start started
ed started on a push-button defense
network that eventually might
be able to stop not only ordin ordinary
ary ordinary warplanes but. long-range
ballistic missiles as well
A spokesman for a panel of

top-ranking airmen said the ra radar
dar radar system would be linked with

anti-aircraft missile launchers

in such a way that, in any fu future
ture future war. a missile would be fir

ed automatically at any enemy

piane tne moment it was locat located.
ed. located. One high-ranking -of fleer told
a press conference that it prob probably
ably probably would be possible eventual eventually
ly eventually to block even such weapons as
the Intercontinental Ballistic
Missile, top priority weapons in
U.S.. British and Russian re research.
search. research. 1
. He conceded that no way of
Mopping an JCBM was known
to exist. He would not com-
, ment on measures being ex explored
plored explored in British laboratories.
"It is wrong- to describe the
ICBM as the 'ultimate weap

on,' he said. "There has never

been an ultimate weanon.

and with science progressing as
it Is It would be unwise- to call
any weapon 'ultimate.'

The air officers said Britain is

working on three types of air-

derense missile: ?
' .'3eam riders, like r the air-to-air
flreflash, which .follow a
radar beam to the target..
' "Passive homers,'', like the air-to-air
firestreak. which are

drawn to the target by the heat I
It gives off.
"Active homers :.r. Ilk t h

ground-based bloodhound, which I

carry a built-in radar, to track
down enemy planes, 'v r

They said Britain was rush rushing
ing rushing a long-range ballistic mis-

- i tf f, 'i i V ',
sile to completion.' The British
model would have a maximum
range of .about 2000 miles,
compared" to the 5000-mile
. range desired .for. comparable
American missiles..,,
As a'stop-gap 'measure, Brit British
ish British laboratories are working on
a rocket-powered "stand off
bomb" to be carried by. Britain's
new ;Vclass bombers.' These
bombs are air-to-ground mis missiles
siles missiles .whose range is a' secret. ? ;
. The SDokesman said work on

both the ballistic missile and the
stand-off bomb .'was "well ad advanced."
vanced." advanced." but that the bomb
would be operational before the
surface-to-surface, missile
"We shall have to rely primarily-on
conventionel methods of
delivery for some time to come,"
he said.

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ns .rAJfAMA AMEBICAS AN IAD Er EXTENT EAILT NEWSPAPER
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to observe the Carib-Ex exercises

In the Canal Zone.

rmSTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS GIVES DESPEDIDA -DEPARTING
AMBASSADOR OF PERU 1 . ; ?
i -The Minister of Foreign Afairs Aquiline Boyd and Mrs..
llSSyd entertained at a gala dinner last night in the Salon'
ella Vista of the Hotel El Panama.
Guests of honor were the Ambassador of Peru and Mm.
, "erman Aramburu who will soon be leavinr for Mexico.' ,

1 "Jhontt those who attended
w Monsenor Paul Bernier, Pa--parNuncio
and Dean of the Di Di-ninrhfttJc
ninrhfttJc Di-ninrhfttJc Corns, the French am

bassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse,

the Mexican ambassador and
Mrs. Rafael Fuentes. the ambas ambas-sattbr
sattbr ambas-sattbr .of Panama to Peru and

Mrs. Alberto de Obarrio. tne di director
rector director of protocol Lie. Camllo Le Le-w
w Le-w Salcedo. Mrs. Dora B. Arias,

T,ic. Mieuel Morend and Mrs. Mo

reno. Dr. ana Mrs. Carlos Brin,

Mr and Mrs. Au&usto S. Boyd
Jr nr. and Mrs. Roberto Ale

utian. Mrs. Marv Ehrman and the

copsul of-Panama In Le Havre,

Roberto Perez.

Ladies Welfare Society
Gives Tea for First Lady
ink. InlA. Walfara .CtnM AT V

? J. lie iiauira tii ii v.
(La Junta Femenina de Benefi Benefi-cencia),
cencia), Benefi-cencia), will give a tea this eve evening:
ning: evening: from 5 until 7 in honor of
the First Lady of Panama, Mrs.
Mercedes de la Guardia, wife of
the President of the Republic,
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.

Ambassador of Dominican
Republic Fetes Visitors
' The ambassador of the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic and Mrs. Hector
B Castro Noboa Rave a dinner
party Thursday night at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence in honor of

memDers oi tne Military mission

of their country, who were here circles during their stay here.

Diplomatic Corps Give
Reception for Aramburus

Members of the Diplomatic

Corps of Panama and their wives

will give a reception at the Union

Club tonight, in honor of the
ambassador of Peru and Mrs.

German Aramburu, who will be
leaving soon for Mexico.

Ambassador of Ecuador
Oives Luncheon ':
The ambassador of Ecuador
in Panama. Dr. Hugo Moncayo,
gave a luncheon at the Union
Club Thursday in honor of the
Minister of Defense of Ecuador.

Alfonso Caldeni U.. who la visit

ing here.
. Guests included officials of the

government and member, of the

uipiomauc corps.

will be
shortly.

leaving;

.the. Isthmus

Mr. and Mrs F. R. Johnson
Give Studio Party For

Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Nichols

Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Johnson

gave a delightful studio party at

tneir uaiooa Heignts home -recently
in hondr of Lt Col. and
Mrs. James B. Nichojs of Fort
Clayton. 4

The Nichols, who have been

very active In social and artistic

(CONTINUED ON PAGE
While Man Denios
Car Seal To lisgro;
Bolh Land In Jail

NEW ORLEANS, April 27! (UP)
A 'White. New- Orleans metal

worker and a Negro sailor fought
on a streetcar today following

an argument over segregated

seating. f -(

Both men were arrested and
booked with disturbing t h e

Peace.

The metal worker, William

Paul Brandon, 60, said he Jilt
the sailor. Yeoman 30 James J.

Qriffin, 43, when the sailor sat

beside him on the segregated

trolley.- . ,;. .s :':

Griffin denied sitting beside

Brandon The sailor said he ask

ed Brandon to move forward to

an empty seat in order that he

the sailor could have a, seat.

iiic request luuae ; nranaon

mad. the sailor said, and the

metal worker hit him.
Griffin said he hit back.
Brandon said he received
scratches.
The streetcar operator stop stopped
ped stopped the car and called police.
Before the fight started, the
streetcar conductor, tried to help
the Negro eet a seat. The con

ductor switched the movable se-

reeation si an forward but

randon refused to move.
..V : 1.--.i.;;. r:

Dense:. Sfc:dd -(fall
Or Co Kicked Oaf,
IralsScIon Avers

WASHINGTON April 27. (UP)

A" Republican ; Congressman said

today that Agrioulture Secretary
Ezra Taft Benson should be re replaced
placed replaced "if he doesn't have enough

sense to resign."

The attack by Rep

Women Dope Addicts Testify Against
Sheriff In Rackets Committee Probs

DOLL BOOTH FOR BAZAAR The doll boqth is always a
popular spot. This booth is being prepared for St. Mary's
Bazaar which will be -held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- -, next week.

T

Cop Swipes Squad CarSteals

$16,000, Enjoys Jaunt In N.Y.

our informal club fqr the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4:30 a.m.

CHICAGO, April 27 (UP) A

part-time policeman gave suburb

an Golf authorities their sauad car

oiCK,v Dut saia ne could nt

return $10,000 taken from an eld
erly couple because he spent it.

Officer William Carr. 35. dis-

ppeared last weekend in the com

munity s shir.y red squad car. At

the same time, Mr. and Mrs. He

man Tavernier, for whom Carr
worked as a male nurse and com companion,
panion, companion, reported their. $16,000 life
savings missing from a biding

place under the mattress.
Cirr wii arretted hore Wednes
day after returning from a faunt
to Nw Yerk with his wife in
the squad ear. Ho gladly return returned
ed returned It, r complaining of "troublo

with th brakes, and the way It
eats gas is a crime."

But, he said he had nothing to

give hack to the Taverniers, aged
8: and ,82, Police quoted Carr as
saying he found the money some

time' ago and had been helping

nimseij 10 a ever since.

For ; instanc- Carr said, the

money enabled him to tmv his

wife, two watches, two diamond
rings, a $175 fur piece and a $400

washer and dryer, t
Golf police said thev discovered

their personable fellow officer was

an ex-conv.ct. They said thev had

planned to check uj on him when
he was hired, but didnt get around

to it until they missed tneir squad
car. v ''"v. 1

dick, of the major wheat-growing

state, of North Dakota, was pro

voked by Benson's order reducing
support prices for next t year's

wheat crop by 11 per cent. "This

latest belligerent act against the

farmers will be the last straw."
Burdick said. 4 ..

Burdick said farmecs were in

trouble because of rising produc

tion costs and rigid government

planting restrictions even before
Benson ordered the cut in sup

ports. i r
This latest action, he said,
demonstrates that either Benson
"doesn't know what he is doing"

or "intends to ruthlessly put every i
fanrfilir-ciTd Idtw tut nt hiitnnABti

The cut in what supports has pro

duced great concern among larm

belt .Republicans. sen. Milton R,

Young ( R-N.D. ) warned vester

day that it may result in Repub

licans losing additional congres

sional seats in the 1958 .congres

sional elections. 1
Burdick. a leading critic, of ad administration
ministration administration farm policies, said in
a" newsletter to his constituents
that Benson "looks inteUigent."
But he said there are few wheat

farmers who would believe him

"if he said that 'two and two make

four'."

WASHINGTON flTPWrh. S.,

ate Rackets Committee, insisting
somebody lied to it ui.i rwi it

is sending the Justice Department

auuiuunaj uuormouon to check

axaiusi. me itorv of a PnMlml

TT we., aeputy sheriff.

Ticklish Souvenir
SYDNEY; Australia.' April 27

(UP) Elvin Dillon, 45, was shot

in the head by a German ffuard

while a prisoner of war in Austria

in 1943.

Last Friday. he had a tickline

sensation in the back of his throat.

Believing he may have swallowed
a fishbone,' Dillon went to a doctor
who ordered him to the hospital.
Dillon today coughed up the Pel

let which he said he would keep

as a war souvenir.

. : Xhe COmmittM wrnta a Kn,J

finish to its gaudy Portland near-

u Tveunesoay.

i w wuiuen aope addicts, one
an admitted prostitute, testified
thrt Deputy Sheriff George Min-

wujr uu enieuecr uiem witn jail un unless
less unless they made false statements

aiiBCKiug ie reputation of racket

eer James B. (Big Jim ) Elkins,
the committee s star witna in

hearings on vice in Portland in-

vwving ouiciair oi tne Teamsters

union. .

Has Additienaf Information

Minielly called their testimony

!. (.L. II J.J...., 1 ..

uuu ua aemea ne tnreat

tueu mem or piio mem money.
'Committee Counsel '. Robert F.

Kennedy (told newsmen today the

committee nas aodiuonai informa

uon wmcn' womo mrow ugnt on

tne testimony of Minielly, who was

also questioned about his outside

income.
Chairman John ? L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) sent Wednesday's testi

mony to the Justice Department

ana asKed it to prosecute someone

for perjury or subornation of .per .perjury
jury .perjury (inducing someone to lie un under
der under oath).

Meanwhile. in other develop

ments:

Sen. John F. Kennedv CD

Mass.) said his regular Senate La Labor
bor Labor subcommittee will begin hear

ings next month on bills to retni.

late union finances, including use
of dues money, as well as health
and welfare funds. MClellan said
1Vitnrlv that rn....

enact legislation this year to curb

lauur raceieeruiK. 1 ni
1 Targets Kohler Strike '
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' Sen. -A Barry?!-, Gold water tn.

Ariz.), a member of the Rackets
Committee,; said: .he; has formally
asked the committee to investigate
the three-year strike of the Unit-

Auto Workers -against the. Kohler
Co. of Wisconsin The Mtike: in.

volves UAW President Walter p

Reuther, j ?a favorite Goldwater
target.i.ii; tjftf

McClellan said the- tommitUa

is "approaching v readiness" lap

Itearings on labor racketerin in

Philadelphia and a West Coast

uty i which he refused to name.
However. the next city en the
cimmittee's 'agenda' ir NewVnrk-

vhere it., will begin oy. investi

gating formation of boeus "miwi-

locals", to swing a .Teamster Un Union
ion Union election. The committee will
hold a closed hearing s in New

York Friday,;

The, chalrmaA saiH tha PhilaJi.il

phia hearing involves about half a
doxen .unions as well-asthe Team
sters ; ; ..r'v-?i;.vi Jri;.t,'

"Where there is trouble.1 vou ean

more or less denend on it that

the Teamsters are in on it," Me-

He said the Philadelohia:

nvolves labor-management collu

sion: misuse of union fundi anil

violence in an Organizing drive
among automobile distributors.

, GARY. COOPER in
"FRIENDLY PERSUASION"

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oATTJRDAT, APRIL t7, 1957

TCX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPKNDFNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TAGS TVn
jSociaf and, Otfi

iilllliillllbisi

ST

Church cf Christ
m. W. Barrow, Evangelist ,
BALBOA; 051. Balboa jBoad
- Servicn Sundav 14:00 am U
:oo n.m.
CRISTOBAL. American Legion Hail
Kirvi-M SiiiwUv 10:00 mm 11:00 a.
U0 ABAJO: House No. SO 1Mb 61
. sundav 43" pm
Unitarian
.V-
uMlAklAM
; aOClhTX
J Ut-JUl
' .Bid lei
Ancon Blvd.
IbBV
tour mvnaUe
; liberal
k .religion.
Baptist
111 Bruja, Boa
) Drawer 1D0"
rhene
' s.Uam
Pray; aeen ., v 1J0 m
4Biij luwuwa aw w w
kaefc Saturday
2' '3
vuut urmi chubcb
' Balboa Height C
' fa Ancoo Boulevard --
Prawet aalboa HalW
Phoo aalboa l7W
.VSH William B. BatbrLrtw
aiinriae acBOOl ............
- ... . l a A. .
Morniagworawp .,... -
Baotiat Training Untaa) ; am
Bvangeusuc Sorvies
I -AO a n
rra ? r
IBB pm
day . .j...... ;
M S Bibla Study TJwr-
- day ...f ";, V;
Men Brotherhood r
; Monday in moriUii ..--
t.i aJ
wan BArtiw cw.cir
. lfara.rita Aanu at 6th Mtxx v
I trTkargarita. Canal Zona
' Bav. ta B BoO. faatat,
hiitday Bchool ... k ......
UH.na ftorahlB
t :tt I A
ll:0 a
Bnlt friining Union......
tv -mf V r-" p ........
Broman iuewayi .....
rvar byit-M, Wdnaaya
m it U i.t H rriaaya 4
'.'..' b'.a.
..
SO a m
1:45 p.m.
T:0 D m
1:00 pm
Lrr.y
... wl
lBi..-. traatalUtk
ataauoca) ..
, j,.; IHB rAClMC BIDB 1
can Aii a cm v ; '
CaptaUl Mr H. Graaa
Ik fabruary & tract, Fhona: U-JOOM
. 11:00 itullnasa Mtinj,
1 T:0 btnday School. t
1:80 Salvation, afaatla
"Jk. BOCACZ. k
Vaatanant ranaj CaaapnaO
luilamtf 9 : lODO. Pnona; t-JW
' ., 11:08 ilolinaas Maatinf. ,
1:0 fanday School. 1
1M S-'vaiioa MmUi:
'AArfo;'ct;' '
.. nmy Mra. C I. atoaalcy
tvtara Suack tj1
:i f ;" 4. i
. t 00 ii.a School.
, U:0 Hnlmaat McaUnB. .-.
1:0 Sunday School.
IM tiaivation MaatlnB
K ... k .k. .M jaaA t:lt
Captain Bytlin Taylor ..
U--M ;olwla- Maatinp - '
, : "m nwig tCI
JOLOm IHIRt. STHKET .- .
7dW Salvaooe Haouns
IAIN BOW CITY CA. '-bvray
bvray '-bvray 4. t
fc Kliti and Jajnifca StronV'
il:0O Himia Mevtlns.
I.ea Ptuday Schoofa t
J Salvation Maoua
!OlXiN CiuNlKAi.
t 1
1 v
. tmtimt ( apt. and Mm C. M
4 tr-k pixuw: a-t43.
Unicn Churchij
TE ATLABTItS gBM
Bev. Bay Btakela. rataa
haM 4-45. TV, ;
tiS Church Sen eat.
J lap Warship Service. -44
aja. Br. Youth rollewvhlp. -444
pm Jr. Youth reilew-thlp.
AtOABJtA '.' V .. -.'
To Bev. fsot a Oiaadar. PatAra.
f kune -lM.
t Suaaay SabaaL :,
44 Yaatb rMiawvala.
!
:. tux P4nnc sros
lALBOA -:
Tbo tr Om Otaaa larMe
Salaoa Bd. at Baa Pajue St
r aorta I mm ChiaUi Offira a-arJA
SB Chnrcb BcBoot Pra bus aarrtcB
Paraonape Dnwliai Greta.
aaa wanaia Mni The
f weary, gUnoari
J
ta
unoar a.
fP Jimisr-HIg Pviovank
4 4 PoeuHifb PeDa-ntiipi
! 4r"W-Hle tmUmwmhtm.'
UtWSOA "
Bev. Weltrep M Alaertoa,
OB t 4-4.4 Pea.: -in
Sunday Stl !:
P aaa. :, Setwaa.
14 a aaa. kmirg Wort 'p.
MctKcdijt
sTaA s rnuiui cMtBtm
P-.Tva Caaalei am
m Btu, PariaaasL
OS earn n hi a ana) Saraai
I n pan. Kaav Srawaa
f It at h 1 mmm ne)
fiiT" MrTtanpiai umg
T Srran eat Human
. Caaeat SP
Bee. Sam.-. Oa o-a. hrVjrtator
t am. i a WW ana I
Ira y v
t a e t .'ie
,i, t
a, ,. ( ,,

Wfeara all Prataaaura) mpnaia vita
ahp a am an nan. Shorty tp aww.
Hiy tat charlay a aB aaapa

taJPfea k

4aliM ar Finm 4 C4a, RppuSKc o4 ambm. ataaa wIcmm
f all fiiaa ra anaa aal waataa ai raa a-ataa aawrlaap. and Wilis
a4ahbart, triaadi and otraaaara. f ,''.
- Am m pafclic aarvica. rba Tba Paaaata Aaaawta HaH aalaw, kY
aoaaaaiaariani. aaticaa at bawr a fWiip aad atbar ragalat aatipiraia,"
Mafiaan oa ratafatf ttsai tif4 H' Mnaa. Paaaaiiaatiaad feapias
aatr aaa rwa caaBfagafiam ara litrad aaaat "Otaa OiMrcbaa An4
. Sarvleal. A aaaaial liatiag li aMraaM tar iarviaad a Araay aaa,
Air "fea kaata aad Naval alaMaaa. (,.'-.
. Miolatara. caarcB Mcratariaa aad cfcaataiat ara aakad ta iataraj
tba aawt aatk' ia wrirlat bp Warfaaia'ap aaaa a rba lataaf at any
chanaa lor Ibt camias Saturaay'p cburcb aaaa.

to
'' SBKNIC7KK MBTHOUWI tOiUBUp
nainoow vnp. u
. Bay. Samuel Maiden, Miniotar ,
Bunday Service am and a.ia a-ra
inday School for all air at : p.ra
"Toar toeitatlaa Ta WoraMa."
. Tl'fwdav 1 nm tp vrmuw
-, a i
A
Christian Scientist
VaUtlSl'lMti aclliNLA CatliBCMA-l
teat Cburcb ot Cnrtak Seiantiat, Anaor
, WO AAfoD Boulevard
itunda 11-00, Wednanaar M PJa.
Sunday School dO aa tM,
tm chareb wl Cnraat. atieonat, Crtataaa)
1JH Street A Bolivat Htahva ;
' Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednaaoay S:0 t-m.
Cstahslic
' BT MABY'S CHUBCH Balbea
Sunday Maai :00. 0:00. i00 and
iv'd. MaJMa. M, S:0C, UsH.BA
iKJK. Baturdat.' S:M ta":0
and 1:00 to 8:00 p.mt Thursday, bafore
m. N.vs;r.
on Sunday. '
High benoof iuw
Wadnaeday.
BACBED HEABT Aaeoa
-..-j.Trvir. . i.an A a:M ajn.
Holy Day maaiiea: SU a m. anJ :M
P'ointaa-ton: Saturday :S0JU :0D and
7:15 to :00 p.m. inuraoay oar
Fr UIB 10 p a.
'c.'t.JhIira Ctarai : :
Tbunday.
OUB LADY OF P ATlMA-r-Cmrnnen ;
Sunday Man at S:00 a.m.
Holy Day Man at t:30 pa.
Coiauionil COS to t it pjn on Sat.
urty. :" m'....j .1 a.a ta. tfl
Catauuam wiaaai
" ST. JOSEPH-Paralaa
Sunday Maraea at 7:00 and :1 -Holy
Day Man at P
Weekday Mann: M.
Cmfenlonat Saturday, 10 to 420 and
tiSO to 7:0.-.; i i.M .-1
Catecninn nuy ;
""Mlraculoua Medal Wovenai 7-all
on Friday.; jL"?J-JJL' .'
: ST; vTNCEWrS -Paaana ? 7:;..
Sunday Maea: S:00 and SO a.m.
- Holy Dav Maana: a:so ana :w v-m-tflt
it fall on Saturday the Manea are
6:00 and l:0 B.m.lj : , .
i-L'.. a.nrdv l-oO to 1:00 and
7)0 to :(0 p nH Jhundeya aofor JTlmt
fTinay 7:sv p.m.
Mirarulom Mwtal fdovena aad -Bt-ttona
of the Cross: Friday TsJO m-
Catechism .t.iiau'vaiw
Sunday. -. -'! .
Convert uans pare pjfc
Thursday. ,. ;,.
ST. TRFJtFSA'
ilolv ftev Man: 4:00 aJB. (It H tail
an Baturday aao a.m.j -j
Catschlm CUS! M ta M P4TB. or
Monday. . 1
Confaraioraii psp to rn.tm m.tm. m..,.
T. JOB BAPTIST DB LA BALLS -1
Parcjae Leg evra
Sunday Masses: 4 JO and 140 Am.
VMk Davs Man: M Mon4 Thura.
wm ..j a. ri4 avtriav man: 4 00 a.m.
"""- - r-.. a.iui
Holy pay Maasem.o:-- mjm.
as. j y v:.-.' 'riv- r:
ronfanlon: S 30 ta 430 and 74 to
:00. pm. on Saturday ;
Miraculous aieoaj iwvs
P-n. -- ....... m Bunda
. l. THBBMrS-l Joea
Convert Clan: Monday ta P-"-
Bunda Mant 7- am
Holy bay Man: SJ fS'm4m
r-lM Aatnrdav 4:M ta TTW p.m
Thursday before First Trl day 4 P m.
Cstechlwn Clan: a:i "J" i,
Sacred Keart Kovane: 7- bp
F71dT i ; 'i n.imaM
Con van tiani
- '-4TLAWTICSTIB
ST., JOBCPB'B-Calea .'
Bunda; Maaaea: S-4S. KOand lll aja
Hal Day MaaM: l-M an S0a 4
and :4S pra, . ...
Conleastona: aanrroay
ao ta aa am.
Miraeuloua Meaai ai
H Wedneaday
11 and 7-OP sn
acred
Heai
Inert Novene: Prtdsy 731 PJa
Cvenma Saisltn 7M I
Oaaa : 7:1 pa aa Maaaaya
Sunday
Convert
and Tbuiaday
Cataehlns Clani Sunday 14 II am. ta
ll:44 a m. g o p.m. ta 4:00 p m.
rir rrtil.v KraoaJtleii af Moat Blm-
ed Sacrament all day aepotuoa at 10
ajn. Saturday eaomin i :
Pltat Saturday Devetton an our uoy
of PaHma The Holy Rosary a a m.
rtnn commuioon uwrrudione xov ran.
'n Meadaya and Tour-dare 44 to
7-a pm
bfTRACtTLOtjS lercDAL CrirteJ
Sunday Maaaea: IM, 4 00 and 10 Jm
Holy Day Ma-mot 4-04. a am aad
4-14 a .an
reaifafadora: Saturday 4p ta I "OS aad
7 -04 ta IM pm After aweary aaea
ning. k
Mireolo-i Medal Wovanat la
Ti nn am TM anaaV.
CterhM Oaaw After 44 Man aa
Sunday.
Plrat moav aiiwailiaai aa mmy vwaaa
Be acneoj rear.
rtret Sattzraayt afan at 4 -as aa
OtT FAMILY CmTtCW ta Mavt-artta
kmday Maaaaa: 7 J. 4J 11 jo am
Pint Saturda Man: ..... 4 04 am.
Weekdav Vanes: ......... Ittirn
Sajrrday .. IM pm ta J- pm.
f rat-iiVMia Medal Nevena 7-04 am
stoly Dav Maaaea: 74 am 1:11 pm
Otifaaalon ... IB I ta 4M pm
ovary Mondav.
PvHaa Pemtly Ssaaiy Bad)
Benedict ire TBS am
varv W ednaeda v.
Ptamaaton rnevtry Oraap 70 Pm
a, r, Prtday.
let Prldav Da eOteia ... TUB M
let Saturday Dilation .. 74 pm
ST yP-CXXTa aaa, Cvty
BuBdar Ma-an: g4 am end I AC
Hery cay Manas i 44 am naa BB4
pm.
oRraaaav: e-ap aa a aa aaa tub 4a
4 a Aan-rday.
f kUw Clan: 74-41 a ee. mm Btaadav
Ciaiurl Claai 4iejs aaeaidey at I At
pjn
-uknas Medei Beeanat IBS am
en Ttaaoay
Ban ed bran Paaaaaa: tap mml. mm
rvtoav
iwicniTi ffiurrnntatti
y . .1.9 a t

411
Pa Canai Zpm,
Holy Day Man: I'M pjn.
: Confemlonat 9M to 7:00 pro. an Sat Sat-urdav.
urdav. Sat-urdav.
CaTMblant Clam 4'0d o.aa on Mnnita
ova ladx or GOOD COUNSEL
i. k Gaaiboa
Sunday Mann: 7:00 and SJS a.m.
. Holy Pay Mamaa: :00 a4a. and, CM
p.m :. -:
Confeaalona Saturda at 7 40 n.m. and
after all evening devotion, j 1
Baptuma by appointment
Miraeuloua Madal NovanasT.'OO u
Mi Tueeday.
Sacred Heart Novanai t0 pja on
friday.
eiunoay scnooi: s:so p.m. on Sunday.
Relutioua Inatruetinn Claaa for Chll.
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Religioue Instruction for adult (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted in Snaoiahi 7:00 pan en Hon
. '. v
converr uutrucuone ov appointment
Episccp.1
The BL Bev. Bv Hrber Ceodan. S.T O,
Tha Vary Bey. Main art J. patenaa.' patenaa.'--
- patenaa.'-- S.TB, Dean
ANCUN, CJ
THM CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS .f
1:30 am riolv Communion.
4:10 a m Santa Communion th Sua-
oayj. -t:30
a.m. Church School.
B:4 am Escuela Dominical.
11 .00 a ai. ktorning Prayer and Sermon
- V Holy Communion. (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 70 pm Avening Prayer and S arm or
WXDNZSDAYS
. 4-.40 a.m. Holy Communion. ;
1:04 pm. fvaninf Prayer, f
HOLY DA iS
4:00 a m Holy Communion.
S:Man Holy Communion.
)': DAILY. ', ;..
;I a m Morning Prayn. '
li-.OO Mio-day Mimonary Prayer
' cocou ".'.' v:
Charch af St, Aadrew
Tha Bev. William W. Baldwin,
PHeat faa Caarra
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 70 am
ramtiy rrayer and ..,
Church School ............ JO am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd. -Sunday
each month)
Morning Prayer aa Sermon 11.00 am.
(Alio Holy Communioa 1st
Sunday each month)
WEDNESDAYS '::
Holy Communioa t:00 am.
, Chaaai of The Oeed Shepknd
The Bev, Clare-are W. laayar, v
- Priest la Charaa i i
FRIDAYS '-: .i-- ,.'vr ,!V
g:00 a m. Morning Prayer.
4H.C. first Friday each Month)..
f sh- r. r' -"AMboa
- PL Biaaaa'a Chmtteh
Tha Rev. John Spear. Priest hi Charge
Sundays, v ;"J;r:;..- Vv-.-S
Choral Buabariat -aad Bar. K
men ................... Tr40 am
, Church School ............ S:04 pm
' Epiaeopal Young Churehmea 4 0 am.
Evensong and Sermon a.... '1:00 pm.
and FRIDAYS ''''
Hunuaia. xuaauaxa. i. r. rl
Mornini Pravar ana noJV
Communion ...,v.. :M am,
Evening Prayer ..i 7:04 p.m
WomanTa Auxiliary. Snd and
4th Thirrsdsya t am.
Wednesdays a Thursdays
Holy communion ......... twin.
aSarnlne Pravaa .......... P:00 am.
Evening Prayer 7 :04 pm
ATiiRnAY.t -y ' -
Off ice of Complin ..... t:09 am
' -J -' 'tJk BOCA : l
" :: at Pataa'a Chare v
The Bee. Jeha Saapr. Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS '". . :iv
aaantine pravaa ana uiurb
School SJB.
Choral Eucharlat and Bar-
a.aa 103P IB
Holy Baptitra UjOO. neoa
Evaneonc and AttMB) ...r taepai
Woman' Auxiliary T"M am
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
nan communioa wm
; ''.'''PALO SEC( t
- Chapel af tha Holy Comforter
Ten. I B, Shirley, Prleat tn Caarf
THURSDAYS -
f a ra. noiy vmwnuruoaw ; ,.
' bUSOAUTA
.Charch af St Margaret
Erpavd and Brazos Blvd. '.
The Bev. J aaaa K. Baaew, Bectn
SUNDAYS
7 M am
, Holy Communioa)
, Church school
aia m UmiIki .Pravar
Last Sunday each Month. Italy' Cesa-
atmlMf
THURSDAYS and HOLT BAYS
14 e m., noiy wanmiiTuon. j
Ckepei aC.Oaw BavioeaT
WEDNESDAYS
SJB am elOif lasisiimiaa
PARAISO ' -'i'
The Bev. Allan B Wentt.
Prieet m Caarre
Tha Bev. David J
... Vica tmaritaa
STJITDAYS
g-OS am. Choral TfnarM 4b
134 am Infant Baptism.
g a n ra. Church School
Ha.a bi Bulidlni 1311
il pm Youth FeJlowshfa
e -t Bwfine end Adi
and end 4th WEDNESDAYS
f am Womane AuxUiary BM
tar wuua asecuna.
PAJ4AWA CTTT
St Panl Oerrb
fha Tea. Lenael B. tatriey.
The rra av aiwem
SUNDAY
S-o am nory oanmoareai
aa aaa Buna Burhanat n I
kP.-4 a n Momln PTayar and Chure
II 0 ejoe Bery BVpttsa)
T tT a.ra pam v a
TlTCSDAYS
M e a Bore
WEDMeDATS
B an Ky oeaeanai
T-o aax Iverr" Par
THtTtSUAYS AND FRIDAYS
.. Hole
BOTT DATS
aaa m aery
CHRIST CRTBC74 BY-rKS-StA
gaseapel a.
Co no. B P.
fOvaeatte kml WaeMnetan
Ta Bv. n roup r
Tba Bee. Roary A
a SUNDAYS
f a m Pnrv CiU'nmlaa.
I 4 a m Voentng Praver.
am Choral Pochettei aag
I e am. tiirrn f-nL
14 am "raia tvenaetig and Bar-
ED?TESDATS
S a aa. i
s t ar a f

- 5

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t :M pJu Adult Confirmation Claaj. '
THURSDAYS
1:00 pjn. Kvoning Prayor and Madlta
, i tion. j, ; i.
rRIOAY ;
t40 a.m. Children'! Eucharirt.
SATURDAY
10:00 a Jn. Junior Conxirmatlort Clara.,
7 JO p.m. Compllna and Meditation.
,7,
BAD) BO t Cm
CkorcP at SL Mary, tba flrptn
Tha Bev. John A. Bpalalnp,
' rtlaap ia Charpa
SUNDAiS
Sung Aucharlst
' Chimb School ...........
Bvem-inr and Sermon ....
T JO a.ra,
S:4i a m
7 JO p m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion.
70 j.
BIO ABAJO
: SL Chriitepher'a Choreh
'. 10th Street, Parque Leievre
, Tha Bev. Clarence W. Bayea,
Prleat ia Charge
: Tba Bev. Clarence A. CragwaO. ;
SUNDAYS -'
4:00 am. Holy Communion. :
7 0 a.m. Suna Eucharist and Sv rmon,
100 am. Morning Prayer aad Church
v School.' :.-,
11:00 noon Holy Baptlan. A s i
4:30 p.m. EvenaonM and Sannea..
MONDAYS
1-M pm. 1st and Ira, woman auzi.
- liary. n
nncsnAva ,
:jo p.m. i u n i a r Daughter ox uie
7:10 pm, Youth Fellowship. -, "j1
WEDNESDAYS
B:oa a.m. Hoiv communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and ReligtoU
' insirucuona.
THURSDAYS
4:00 pnuGlrla friendly Society.
4:00 pm. let and Srd. Singleton
8ATURDAYS '
:S0 am Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churchss
CBimCH OPTHB NAZABENB
- Anean, CZ.
' Minlatert Bey. Elmer O. Nelson
' Boa M, An con, CZ. Balboa SfOS
Sunday Bchool' ........aaa : am
' Morning Worship 10:30 am
Youth Service 4:45 pm
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
. NJT.M.S. Service IM P.m.
Prayer Meeting. Wad. .... 70 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST OrTOBCSi ;
Panama Rf? aird Street East
- lev. S. N. BrawB. bllAMar
SUNDAY:
... Divine wortnip ........... :se am.
Sunday School S:00 pm
Sunday Man V....7, 7.4 ll:4i
atib A0au4 aVP Sundap Bcftom at
l:M am. ..- :
jEHOtAHf wrntaSEs'x' V ;
Mnetlnaa Thuradavs at 7:10 ML and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Manorial.
MS BalUa Xoad, Balboa, ,
f CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
Or LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings ta tha LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School '.. ...a 10B am.
Sacrament Meeting ...... 4:00 p.m.
Primary: Monday ........ 1:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 0 am.
MIA; Wednesday ........ YB pm
Telepborn Balbea 27.. 'l &
Atlantie Branch
Building 100, Schoolhousp Xoad Gahm,
r: : tanai Mma .-
Sunday School, Sunday : S:M am
secrament mertino; S'inday 11 00 a.m.
rrtr,riooa mMne V. -d.-,
Prm.nry, W...jeauay m.aitpm
Reii Society, as annour-4.
Telepnen. Catua 144 or duiobal jgPT.
. !CTBUNnV PirOTESTANT CHLTBCrl
) i Ma nr n . i. a
' , vvaa-aB. aaoanaei imBrca
- pmraa a.. eiaig, Minleter
Phone. Be 41-711 OA gS-llOS
Sunday School ( am
(A clan for every age)
Morning Worship 11:60 am
' Youth Fellowship 4:00 pm
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 am
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church auney i provided for .your
naa. . . T
OLD CATHOUC CTfVRCI
St BaaaaeJ The AMheagel
Uu St Wast Na. 1
Rore Sueharlst; Sundae af 70 am
Tuesdava. Wadneadava and Thuradav
ew a jb). ....
Saaramaat at Onanaa IMaaiine Bar.
vice j rim auaoay at
tub pm
BUltbet. C&rtrrlaa
PananA B.P.
B B.
t. aasm asli
Momlns devotlo' a SB am
reUowahln Woratua at ...... 11M am
Sunday School at 10 pm.
divla aarvica a ..... aaaaa f aar am
' BAHA1 CtNTBB
BAHAI'B CKNTEB
S4 First Street
Orbanhaelom B Carman,' Panamd CJty.
informal xaian aaa uiaruanona
Tburadaya............... .10 BJP
, Celea, Btb A Freat Street
. faaataira inaihaa Baaaar)
Study f linn, ...Thursday lB am
BFTrTKt. MISSION CBTRCB
Bapalaba At, Paralaa, CX, '.
Bev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paate
Sunday: U0 am Worship Sarria
1:00 p.m Sunday School. :r
7:11 pm Gorpri Set vice.
Mondavi t Youne Paaelea Sudle-
Wedneadavj 70 Mid-week Christian
reiiowsmp.
Thursday: mm cnotr Benearaat,
Fridays IJB Womoa' mvataoarp S
S the arcBcsi or km
T43S fU Perert CeUke
Buaday Br hoi .HWHt a.g
Morning Worship 10 am
Nigm taiin ............... l 'Jm pm
FTRJT CHURCH OP COD
Car. Jamaica aad Triaddad St
Bakabaw City, Caaal Eeaa
Bee. Ca. W. CarajadaMaa. Paatae
Mernmg Worship -0 am
Sunday Schaal .. ............ 14:3 am
Migat laisa .......... im pm
TBX CRl'RCB! OP OOB
New Previdaae
Sunday Scheei 10 am
Morning Worship 110 am
itigat aanrtca 140
crrtiBCH or ens Bta Aba)
Meat Oeeara B4. llk SL
Bay, BTm A Jikaasa. Pastav
Sunday Sceiee) 0:M) BJ
Morning woratua 14 J4 a.
Nigh Aarvio 10 p.
OntBCM OP OOO fPsmaanlsD
Rev. B E. a staon. Overseer
Phone 4-414. Bos B53. Gemboa
Churchn at Parana, CZ. I Re, and
Mra Merman (a. hvtet Coioa. BP
(Re Femanda Lorenee) Rja Aba)o
I Dev. and atra. tnarias narneat and
CaUvd (Bee. and Mr. Clifford Greaves I
Sunday aad weekdays eervtea A all
. ..-
Ct'WMCWITT CBTT'BCa V
tMb Reem C-.
-tPall faaaaei)
Bee. fast Then
r. eeiKe, CX
a-llt
Sr-rtet fafnrm Sldg, Olablo Petefits
f-mdit f-Hool ........... 4 a am.

verw.p 8-nce .......... 10 am
Youth .- :-e I p m
r a' r tmnrm 7 m
Pea. a t f A t w 1 4 aaa.

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Posts and Bases
, ,.r pacitic sna,v
' retntant y
PORT AMADOR r

Sunday School ...... ........... 'OC
Mornini Worahlb itX.A 10 00
9hurch-tlme Nurrery School.,. v 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School IBuildlna No.
124) Si)0
'Morning Worship .............. 10:30
. Thursday Eveninc Mid-Week
Service 7 30
Youth FellowshipSunday 4:00
FORT KOBBE i f
Sunday School Z.,V k... S:00
.. Moraine Worshin ............. 10:30
Evening Worship ....'........ 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato .... 115
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. . 7:00
Officer' Christian Union Thur 1:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE ...
Sunday School ... w
Adult Bibl Clan (NCO Club).. 1:30
Morning Worship ...... 10 10:45
Youth Fellowship S0
0 .8. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
aunaay ocnooi .......
Morning Worship J10
V Holy Communioa First Sunday
of Month) i
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 10
i (Holy Communioa First Sunday
Naval Radi Station, Summit.,, :00
1 CathaBa
mtt Amatv
Daily Man ...................' a:au
Riinriav ifanea ........ 7:00
rinnfaaaiona. Saturday ...4:30 A) 7:30
, Sunday .,..,. ,...
S:00 A 1:25
rnnr CLAYTOM
Dally Man
Sunday Mane ...7:45 A S.D0
Confession Saturday .. 1:30 A MO
FORT KOBBE
naiiv Man i.;. ........ :is
Saturday Masses 1:00
Sunday Manea ........ 10 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
qonfenlons Saturday.. 4:00 A 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Man
10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Man ;
Saturday Man 7:00
Sunday Maaaea ......... 7:41 A 12:00
Kn.ni.h 7:00
Novena Servlcn-Tuesday ...... 7:0
Confessions-Saturday .......... 7:00
O S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Man v
JawUb
FORT KOBBE
Saturday ...
USO-JWB. Balboa
..
rrlday
.. T0
S:00
.1:90
ALBROOK AOt FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa) A
baturday
ATLANTIC SUDB
rratattaat
roRT..DAVis ..
Sunday School Bldg. 151 :oo
' Morning Worship 100
I Prayer FeUowship Sldg. 3
J Tuesday ..I 7:00
KYBB Wedneaday Post Chapel 4:30
i Choir Practice Wednnday
i Post Chapel ...,...,........... 70
FORT CULICK -1' JiJji : ''
, Mommg worsmp iv.aa
. Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 4:30
Bible Study, Wednesday ...... 7:30
Ladle Chapal. OuUd. Irf Thur 10
O S. NATAL'tTATION. Coaa ton
Sunday Ohool -,.. v.. t,.;,.
.Morning Worship ............. U0
Hely Commuatoa Firat Sunday
a Month) ..
-.,;.,:,(-..:! OfteoA-.H'i'.
FORT DAVIS -.-.m ,.U
Dally Msn ........ ...a...... 7:00
-Sunday-Man
Confeaalona: Saturday 00
Sunday fpalfilt eA SBSae-
PORT CtTLTCK '
Daily Men' i.....,.v...... TWO
Saturday Man 7:00
Sunday Manea 7 S A 10:15
Confessions, Saturday ..1:00 A 7:00
III. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Dally Man .. ...... 440
Saturday Masa .. 1:30
Sunday Man 10
COCO SOLITO ,A i
Sunday Man ,...m.....m 13
port emjca: .. v
V TAMeAay ....v.aaaa lug
y 4 6rkOrtlwd
Creek Orthodox eervice are eon duct
ed at the Church of the Anunciatlon.
Via Bellaarlo P arras, San Pranclseo de
la-Caleta.'PanamA City. R P.. and at
th Church of St Anthony, Avenida
Melntdez. Colon. RP.. on alternate Sua-
day at :30. Par further mioiynauon.
call th Offiee at th Army cnaplatn.
12-11 IB. i ..
V Seventh Day
J Acjvcntist
Wwkl sarlsn k all
ATURBAT!
Sabbath Schaal f t am
Divine Service 11:0 am
Vauth'a Uaallne 4:2B am
Wednesday Bibia Study audi Prayer
Beiaioe im m.
Padfla Bide Psssal A Balbea Dtaarlal
Paatae W. M. Waller TeL SI 15M
Caba Vara. Ave. r ee w um aa
17.
ra iina eati. a. vr
PueM Nuev S-A St B4tW44B Srd
and 4th St .-.,
Rio Aha)o UtB Bt a rr
Balboa Chanal 4444 Gevila B4. Sal-
boa (Saturday etUy).
Spaaiab Ckerrbn Psaan and
Crlstebel OaMrlc ,,
Pestor Ruben Bui
Panama. Calle Dan en is, a
Cristobal. 14th A Belrva Avk
Gam boa A FrlJoim
District Paatae A. A, OlUali
TeL No. a.ioi J
Gasnbea Praftf rarrway s-njeasa.
AUaatte Std CoMa) aaa
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Pastor NeblrtV-Tet M
Colon srd St A Central Av CrietA CrietA-bal
bal CrietA-bal letb es Bolivar Av. m
Central am aevua aaaa am a-
116
Jewislr;
Jewtri Weltara Board VA TpS-B U
I oca Boe'l Balbea. CX bbl Nathaa
L.bt. r..
Serrle-vi tvtaay. ISO a-a
a an
(See ee ttsttnt af Jewtab
ea- Pea gn n and Stabea
Langnaaaaa Em Sheertta sareel Av
ntda C'ttoa and t Street Beua fat
PananA tit visn aaa am
Lutheran
BI f t JHES lA7TnXBB CWXTtCB
Baibaa Bead at BwHt Bn-ea :
Bev. Baeera P. Baaaa.. Paasn
P a Sea am Seibo
Sunday Scnont &tnm eaa t0 4m
P vrr &rw I 11 em
"Divine feme at Marparlta I'e St
i-ini s tri'sms) Chtaxal Bandar
sail m

Mrs. Abbie Linares Entertains
In Honor, ot Chorus Founder

Mrs, Abbie de Linares enter
tained members ; of the Pan
American Festival Chorus at her
home in Bella Vista Thursday
evening. Guest of honor was the
founder of their group. Lt. Cmdr
Lt Cmdr.- Tabor will be leav
hiK the Isthmus shortly, as his
tour of duty here is coming to
a close. Members of the Chorus
presented him with a Rift in ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for his -worlc and in-
ipiratiop.. ; i.-'
Local Ladies Will Judge :
Flower Show Jn Medellin
Mrs. Pat i Morsan, anrt -' Mm
Louis Morris will leave tonight
for MedellirL, Colombia, where
iney win act as iude.es of tha an.
nuai flower show, .IV Gran Expo Expo-sicioh
sicioh Expo-sicioh Nacjonal de Flores. jv :
.iia"ce RI ine ProRTam shows
that the show Will onon at. n
o'clock Thursday morning. The
Colombians evidently believe the
cny uira maxim.
Ike Considers
Curb On Import
Of Foreign Oil
WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)-
President Kiasnhnuroi nrili.j
investigation ras determine wheth whether
er whether mandatory fovtrnmtnt mnimi.
Should be Dlarerl nn '' imnnrra rf
cruris nil
In a memorandum tn TWan.a
Mobilher Gordon Grv. Eia-nhnur.
ct auiu inpra la raaenn tn k.
ueve mat crude oil imports should
.... . -wwvu, ,u
But he mad clear ha hnnan tn
void Cdmpu.'sory ouotai H in.
StrUCted GrV in "r-arafullw av.m.
me uuu uie possiDiuty tnat ou lm-
DOrtl mlffhf effaotivalu k. liHJ
ty individual voluntary action by
wic jiijuiiuis companies."
risennower n statement wis
gent irom his vacation head
(juaners at Augusta, ui., in re
sponse to advice by Gray that
cruae ou is being imported "in
such quantities as to threaten to
impair the national security."
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahonev D-
Wyo) asked the administration
Monday to imnose tariff on oil
imports rather than rely on oil
companies to restrict lmoorts vol
untarily.
He slid a tariff would h- "t
perfectly approjpriats method' to
protect domestic producers hurt
oy '-excessjvB, imports." H also
said tariff revenues would help
remeay tne vureat'to pur nauon
aj security.M r
The President hat authority un
der me tar m jaws-to.. damn .im
port, quotas or :hiliertriffg on
. t .i. ..... i ... i,
loraign ou u fie imas tnat uie im-
pons 'inreatent (.lmpaii; ins na national
tional national security.
i In lueeestinar (ha rjosslbilit'r 'of
voluntary limitations by the oil
companies, Eisenhower told Gray:
"It seems to me that, thera would
be advantages in adjusting im
ports in that fashion if it is practi
cable to do io."
Bcvsml aud, If th investiga
tioi. shows that "an impairment
of tha natioofsfb) eurity is in fact
threatened, it will bo important
for me to know whether an
adjustment of. the imports eaa b
whether other measures may be
necessary." w"
Gray taid be did not know who
would carry out the investigation
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THK fANAMA AMERICAN AST AN ETOITBNDENT DAILY NEWSPAPnt " SATURDAT, APHIt tT, 195 v ;
Braves -ead'NL By Be atmgrl

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r.lilwaukee Clouts 4 Homers
For,.4th Straight Over Cinci

4 BY FRED DOWN
, NEW YORK, April 27 (UP) The Milwaukee
Braves owned undisputed possession of first place
in the National League today because they're beat beat-inrthe
inrthe beat-inrthe Cincinnati Redlegs at their own game the
home run.

ITThe: Braves swept to their
sevnth victory In eight games
l and rtheir fourth straight oyer
the Redlegs, 9-2, last night with
a 6alVo of four homers that gave
them a league-leading total of
13 for the season. Joe Adcock
walloped two homers and drove
In five runs and Johnny Logan
and Del Crandall also homered
ior the Braves.
- Warren Spahn, 36-year-old
outhpaw, scored his- third
" straight win of the season his
second straight over the Redlegs
. and his 41st in 55 lifetime deci deci-.
. deci-. sions with Cincinnati with a
nine-hit effort. Warren, who
1 Mat the Redlegs, 3-1, on April
i tt oIoIHph a fourth-inninK hom

er to Wally Post and another run

in the seventn.
The loss snapped the Rea Rea-lees'
lees' Rea-lees' four-game winning ftreaK
and was the Braves' fourth
straight win over Cincinnati
' thlajeason. The Braves had
1T-9 advantage over the Rert Rert-Lfltrs
Lfltrs Rert-Lfltrs last season when the NX.
Sce went down to the final
eekend of the campatgiV
rrhe Braves took over first
' tlfece when the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates knocked out 1955 World Se Series
ries Series hero Johnny Podress And
beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 7-1.
Rookie Don Cardwell of the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Phillies shut out the
New York Giants, 5-0, in the
other N.L. game.
'In the American League the
: Chicago White Sox solidified
their hold on first place with a
' 4-6 victory over the Kansas City
A&letics after the Boston Red
Sox beat the New York Yankees.
In an afternoon game, In
other night pames, the Detroit
Tigers downed the Cleveland Iih
diahs, 5-0, and the Baltimore
Orioles beat the Washington
v senators, 4-3. ..
' Bob Fnrkey scattered nine
hits for hto seeond win f the
J neason as ths Pirates .kayoed
- Podres In I 1-3 innings and
ended s onr-gam 1 0 Wt
skein. Prank Thomas knocked
in!threenm for th Pirates
, with homer ani lBu
whll Dnk Snider
Oodrers from shntont with a
' h rimer In the ehth frams.
CftrdwelL making his first ma-

t
bday Encanto .35
I -f Jose Ferrer In
i COCKLESHELL HEROES"
' in Cinemascope!
Lee J. Cobb in
"MIAMI EXPOSE"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
J:'" WUd B1U Elliot in
' 'FEDERAL MANHUNT"
il Kent Taylor In
. "SECRET VENTURE" ;
G A IY 'C O

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FRIENDLY PERSUASION

PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 30th
. i
1 V
-,
OA. HSKMUSX
TOLIO
Ztc
DEATH OP A
SCOUNDREL
- Also:
TTNSrON AT
TAPLE ROCK

"

for leftE'ue start, came up with

a four-hitter and struck out
four as Johnny Antonelli of the
Giants suffered his second loss
Chlco Fernandez walloped a
three-run homer for the Phillies
who evened their season's record
at 4-4.
Jim Rivera and Sherm Lollar
homered as Billy Pierce gained
his second win for tne White hox
with late-inning relief help from
Bob Keegan, The White Sox hqw
have a 6-1 season's record and
four straight victories over the
Athletics. Lou Skizas homered
for the'' Athletics.
Dave Sisler. son of Hall of
Famer George Sisler, beat the
Yankees for the second time In
a week with, a neat seven-hitter.
Two unearned runs In the third
inning and Jimmy Piefsall's
t'aree-run homer off reltrf
pitcher Tommv Byrne in the
seventh provided the Red Sox
with their big runs. The win was
the fourth straight for the Sox.
Al Kaline knocked In fonr
runs, three with his first hom homer
er homer of the season, as the Tigers
downed the Indians. Duke
Maas picked up from the in injured
jured injured Frank Lary in the fourth
. innine to complete the shut shutout
out shutout and help hand the Indians
their fifth loss in eight games.
Joe Ginsberg, subbing for the
injured Gus Triandos, doubled
home the tie-breaking run In the
eighth Inning to give the Ori Orioles
oles Orioles the decision over the Sena Senators.
tors. Senators. Ray "Moore won his second
game for the orioles and Camilo
Pascual suffered his second loss
for the Senators.
Along The Fairways
FTNAIS OI1 CERVECERlV IN INVITATIONAL
VITATIONAL INVITATIONAL AT GAMBOA
GOLF CLUB TOMORROW
Isthniian golfsrs, would-be-golfers,
and Interested spectators
are reminded that the finals of
the cerveceria women's In vita
tlonal Golf Tournament will be
played at the Gamboa Golf Club
on Sunday, April 28, beginning at
9 a.m. Last off the tee at 9:50
will be the championship match
between Katie Call and Pearl
Trim.
Immediately following comple
tion of nlav there will be an
wards nartv and buffet lunch
eon courtesy of Cerveceria, S.A.
The public is cordially invited to
come out to Gamboa on Sunday
and join in the fun. t
The golf course will be closed
to all except the final matches
until 12 o'clock noon.
0 P E R
i n
(In TECHNICOLOR)
CENTRAL

AVSMIM SOUYAS TISS. COtOW

CECILIA
Sensational Double Program!
- Fernandet In
LE COUTMIFR DE 1X3
DAMES j
. Also: .' .
WarU FelU in
LES HEROS SON FATIGUES

TIVOLI
I3e ... Ue.
Spanish Program!
BODAS DE ORO
" Also: A
LAS AVTXTT HAS
DE TITO TERLZ

Major league
Leaders
m i .''-".T
LEADING BATTERS
- f -. J
(Based on 25 official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE L

Player and club f ab
Musial, St. Louts 7 28
Dark, St. Louis 7 31
Gilliam, Bklyn 8 34
Crandall. Mil. : 8 27
r b Pet.
2 15 ,538
7 13 'Jri9
4 14 .412
6 11 .407
6 11 J93
5 12 J87
4 11.379
6 13 ,371
8 11 .355
9 12 J53
Hodges, Brooklyn 8 28
BailtfyCincL v. 9 31
f-uruio, BKiyn 8 2
Groat Pitts. 9 35
Bouchee, Phil. 8 31
Mayst New -York 9 34-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Voll nnltimnr Q W K IV.lflA
Williams, Boston 9 3 150 15 .405
Fox, Chicago 7 30
5 12. .400
Minoso. Chicago 7 27-
5 10 -.370
7 14 .388
8 15 ,357
6 10 .357
6 12 53
7 14 .350
4 10 .345
Mauch, Boston
9 38
Slevers, Wash.
Mantle, N. Y.
Skowron, N. Y.
Simpson, K. C.
Wertz, Cleve.
11 42
8 28
8 34
10 40
8 29
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Skizas, Athletics ........ ,. 5
Simpson, Athletics ....... 4
Skowron, Yanks ., 4
Slevers, senators 4
Five tied with .3
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Adcock, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Aaron, Braves .
Crandall, Braves
Mays, Giants .
Twelve tied with
4
3
3
3
3
2
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RUNS BATTED IN
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Slevers, Senators 15
Tuttle. Tigers
11
.. 10
., 10
.. 9
.. 9
Mauch, Red Sox ..
Lollar, White Sox
Simpson, Athletics
Skizas, Athletics ..
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Furillo, Dodgers
Adcock, Braves
Mays, Giants
11
10
10
Baker, Cubs 8
Sauer, Giants ........... 8.
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Hogan Bassey Whips Berrios l I -yQ,rTl fl

OPENING THE HOLE-i-i-Cleveland's-Jim Hfegan threw a good
shoulder block, into; Frank House of Detroit on a play at the
plate. In the football season, it would have made a big opening
for a back.' Hereit; Stopped arun.romjconwng joverhere,

Atlantic Little League
Thanks- Contributors To
Success Of 1957 Season

The. Atlantic Little LeaguePollce Association..

Baseball Organization takes this
means of publicly thanking the
ioiiowlng Individuals and orga
nizations whose donations made
our past season a most success successful
ful successful oqe: r ,.
sponsors of six regular teams
and four "B" league teams
U.S. 'Navy Special Services. Co
co SolO. ': j'f
Gilbert Morland.
Cristobal Branch Canal Zone
f NIRBIRT MOISI .V
COLON It's aU avsr-and how
orry we art utat such a. eand
ries bid to be ia ihnrt rf
bio, m Invincibl in the- Jlainbow
uty open uassiflcition Softhill
League, winning all 12 scheduled
game, yet losing tne lint two
games of a thres-gams series with
tne voion champions Jaen-Lopez.
Tns two games played between
tnese teams will long bs remem
bered. In themselves, they may be
considered classics as play after
play amounted, almost to the per perfection.
fection. perfection. Games such as these are
wnat one expects when n pays
ms money or stops to sea any soit soit-ball
ball soit-ball game. The opener went 1-0,
with Carlos Joseph pitching a no no-hitter
hitter no-hitter against Bohio and the second
contest went 3-2 with Lou Hilzinger
beating a Rainbow City team for
tne nrst ume in tnree, years. Tbe
third gamt will be played to give
the Rainbow City League a chance
to make tns presentation of team
and individual trophies.
In the 3-2- beauty, the tension not
only held the players but the um
pires wers visibly keyed-up. An
overflow-crowd -gathered at the
Guardia Nacional Playground and
over 600 voices shouted and boost
ed the players, making tho great
plays. -.-;A.--:-.
So many aspects of this three-
twoer could be commented on that
it would take- several colunlns to
do it, but we have picked out the
Jaen-Lopes big three-run inning to
writs about.
In that frame. Hank Cole, bit bitting
ting bitting miserably, finally slammed a
triple to deep right, center with- bo
outs. The next hitter lined to Good Gooding
ing Gooding at short Then cam the move
that spelled the. difference. With
Carlos Joseph stepping to the
plate, the Bohio board of strategy
gathered around the mound and
voted. to intentionally walk. him.
Cole being' the tying run on third
as Bohjo led 1-0- from the very
first inning, grandstand managers
began wondering wny sonio baa
put the "winning run on bait
with Lou Hilzinger a good hitting
pitcher coming up. All Lou did was
to single to right center knocking
in Cole with Joseph scoring after
Redman (Bohio; centerfielder)
threw wild past third. Lou scored
later on another single.
Tbe .concensus was that boom
lost the game by putting the win
ning run on witw a good nraer
coming up. Ia tbe 14 game they
were also criticised for trying a
round-the-born DP with the Oases
loaded and the winning run on
third in an extra inning
Organizers of this series get ue
plaudits from this column for pre
senting two. -well, baiaacea warn
in a good series. v '
VICTORIA
Me.
King f Tbe Oago'
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OTHER
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Coco Solito Women's Club
Panama. Coca1 Cola Bottling
Company. y
"Mutual of Omaha. ':
: Special Services Of fleet, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Area (2; "B" league, teams).
Margarita Rebreation Associa Association;
tion; Association; American-Legion Post No. 2,
Cristobal. --.
Advertisers '. placing signs on
the Margarita. Ball Park fence:
' Panama Coca- Cola Bottling
Company. ,.'-5 '.U -.;'.:
. Industrias Tagaropulos, Colon.
, Knights of Columbus Club,
Margarita .vt-vjSi5i
Autoac, ColOn. .t .v-a,Ji.
Smoot and Hurinlcutt, S.A.
United States Rubber-Interna.
tlonal Corporation.-
, Mutual of Omaha. , 14
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Cristobal Women's Club.r
j Wllford and McKay. Inc.
United Fruit. Company.
1 Standard Fruit and Steamshln
company.
Dr. R. de Boyne.
Simon Jones. v
J. Harrington.
R. E. Gegg.
Inter-American Women's Club.
H. Jongblood.
Panama Canal Yacht Club.
Coral Chapter No. 3. OES. Ga-
tun. . r
To all of these, and to the
hundreds of individuals who
purchased the booster telkets
from the boys themselves, we ex extend
tend extend our sincere thanks for your
support and -cooperation in as
sisting this ; worthwhile annual
program. A
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WASHINGTON April 27 (UP)
Puerto Rican featnerweignt
Miguel Berrios' hopes of getting
a snot at the title suffered a ee
vere setback last night when he
lost a unanimous 12-round de decision
cision decision to British Empire cham
pion Hogan (Kid) Bassey, of Ni
geria.
,' Bassey r who proved to be in
excellent condition, scored the
.surprise win over- Berrios with
an effective combination of
boxing ability and hard
punching r tofticn completely
overwhelmed the little Puerto
Rican fighter., : t i (
Displaying a .solid punch de despite
spite despite his slight 125 pounds and
although he was fap ahead on
points. Bassey .did not hesitate
to engage Berricurin a toe-to-toe
battie; amino the last round
ourin whicn he sent the Puerto
Rican reeling to the ropes- sev several
eral several times and. almost had him
on the canvas.
Berrios showed a surnrlsini?
ability to absorb punishment anu
managed to stay on his feet de despite
spite despite the severe beatin he re
ceived tbxoughdut ; the entire
match; .-;,..;: -,,
In the tenth roundi he manag managed
ed managed to knock down the Afrir-an
with'a solid left hook to Jthe jaw,
but Bassey bounced up off the
canvas to continue slugging.
me. iourin, a left from Bas Bassey
sey Bassey sent Berrins rinwn nn. nn
knee and in the seventh a ho
rage of blows from the British
.Empire Chamn nnenoH a t
Berrios' left eye.
Bassey fooled the experts.
who had said he couldn't stand
up and fight at close range,
because he had fought mainly
tn Europe and was unaccus-
tomed to the American style of
lighting.
Bassey's oerform&nr vm
surprisinfr because the : Puerto
nlcan had alwava manao-.H
beat hiS ODnonpnt. hv fiohHnfl.
in close.-This time. Berrins hn
wens into the. rlnir t niii1
'U1 vuukiu v gei too Close to
tne British Chamninn jVi
him at a distance with long lefts
win riKnts.
By virtue- of his victor
Berrios, Basse t will meet French
man unenr jiamia this summer
ior tne title aeit vacant by San
dy Baddler. j
600 Competing
In Drake Relays
DES MOINES, Iowa (XJP)-Al-most
800 of the nation's top track
stars, sparked by Olympic sprint
ihampion Bobby Morrow, opened
a two-day assault today on the
Drake Relays record book.
' The threat of rain could, how however,
ever, however, put a damper on the record
event, which drew a star-studded
field of 786 from 77 colleges and
universities. : j
Seven finals were scheduled for
the opening day and new marks
were distinct possibilities in four
of them.
Center Theatres Toiayi
GAMBOA 8:15
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GATUN 7:80
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Tab Hunter
Natalie Wood
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Underworld" and
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Teams
Chicago'
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Kansas Cltv
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Cleveland i
Detroit '.
Washington ...
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Boston at New York -" 1 ;
Detroit at Cleveland A.
-Chicago at Kansas City N)
, Washington at Baltimore
YESTERDAY'S RrrrTTQ
Boston 012 000 3004 7
New York 010 100 0002 7
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Detroit 001 0004005 9 1
Cleveland i 000 000 000 0 a n
Lary, Mass (1-1) and House.
Lemon (0-2). McLish nnw w-
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(Nleht Oame ...
Washington I00 2ononn! n
Baltimore 000 201 Olx 4 in
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Brooklyn :
Philadelphia
New York
Cincinnati
Chicago v
Pittsburgh
St. Louis

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Seines o Vln Pacif ic Teenage Chdmbidhsnim
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Jeffrey Kline -Hurls
4-Hitter.

Won Lost Pet.

2 (M 1.000

Palomas

Ocelots 4 0 2

TIP FROM TOP- Mickey Mantle, left, iook Tony Kubek

. out to left field ana gave me xanitee rooxie some puimer
' on how to play it in the tricky, triple-decked hpme of the
t World Champions. Even the best have trouble playing the
Stadium outfield.

JOE WILLIAMS

mi ka urituraini distribation 6f campalea-tyP

" j Minn, an

Duuons, reauin! v t uk Knider. .

hour or so laier, enoierus in ww v.v- .... --

-ihPrt Mr." Tommy Holmes,

lonB-Umeesident. "it's very difficult to get the peop to agree

un "J . niilvrwai nnsitlon

Evea the weather JrMM cold,

i-or, uio xAjuK ,v-V. if nnfrt h known as smoK. was

ton onrf mlHT. in uis AiiKCAva v it vm'w -

tnis warning or i-. .i,M.irallT eheer-

ful.-v -aUhouth "Z ."m, rt. . in

win tne war.- --' "r ---fc-,-,. .rmen is

Brooklyn" -ut tn impression ucciicub

i.. r. inin. hkhn arooiine at in .p'v-ti

All JI'S ""ff -i

the Dodrers.

. n'nno'Vi tn discouraee at

Tne araonesa 01 mo wsciu w t 1 1 mo tin. olden
tendance,, Before the .count aWJgr PbSd ArtSu?

S,VrSS TlnMed .the vr7ss box-yla loud speaker

agatost writing that this was the smaUest openjng day crowa
in the team's -history. ."in 1955 we 'had only 6999V i"we
ttaowht wi T detected a note of desperation In Mr. Pattersons

pursuit of, the silver lining.

, Magnificent MagUe ,.

. ,.' rrncrrptd .the fans1 made It clear that Sal

MagS; wai-one" DodgM Weidefmitely wanted tokeepin

Tvlrlwt irirt tira. sanTlT. niHTTIR LnciUi IIIO iiauuu a Maw

Diuuaivu.. nir v-"-" .

tlnguished barber next to Perry como. going nine mmngs ior

the first time was,, w pe conservawYB. oupciu.' : "tr
..T),. vanBrahin nHc would have had a shutout but for Don

wivmtr .who- in the trustinar innocence oi youtn, sun Deuevea

it:nojihl ta throw, a. ball without-first getting hold of It.

Identical mlsplays by the reserve shortstop on two successive

grounders in the elghtn xigurea in uie nrates- sow run., r
.TMa ih ,nnW inninr in which Maglie faced chal-

leae. With the bases filled and none out ne retired tne nm

tvir. hitter In row. . the mn scorinr on a lone fly. . and

t nndrrilnn hla masterv he fanned tne tniro man. nncn

Matlie earn to the plate lit the Dodgers' half, the customer.

many of them sUnding. v gave him an ovation. v 1

- RbbetsTield in a, snake nit for left-hand pitcners out, me

TMi-.t-P. TnoctprmlnI nnpn.ii with 'On flnVWaV. ThlS Was One

time it probably made no difference, for the rlftht-handers wno

followed were consnlcuouslv nntalented. If this was a lair

criterion of the Pirates' Ditching strength, they aren't likely, to

embarrass the contenders. ; : r V

: Vy5f And. Then' It happened "T:" 1
. The. Pirates' left-hander was withdrawn for i' flinch hitter

tn ihe-fifth but he already had been around too long for the

emotional serenity or Drotner .snider whose loatntng ior inis
form of pitching' has become -an enduring part of the sport's
folklore.- ... r: ::- ;

On three previous, visits to the Batter's box, his contribu

tions to the offense had been of a most gentle nature.. A'ow,
ii he, arrived for his fourth, the booi came, and a stranger to
loest customs would have had to believe the Duke wa one

Dodger thev positively didnt want U keep in Brooklyn.

j And then, as so often is the case, it happened. The Duke'i

traeeful power awing connected with 2-1 pitch and rode ft

high over the mht center wall. It would have been a horn

run anywhere.- Even in wngiey neia, l. ff .,- -v

.000

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.Jeffrey line Burls 4 Hitter
'There was lubilatlonv on ihe
mound when Kline picked a man

off first base ior the third out
for -. the important win that
crowned the Palomas champs of
the Fastllch Teenage League for
1957. They defeated the Ocelots
by 7-2 yesterday v afternoon, sat
the Fastllch teenage park.

The Palomas took an early
lead when they scored one in
the first and four in the sec second
ond second and did not relinquish the
lead at any time. The Ocelots
could score only single runs, in
the third and fourth Innings.
t Kline was mqbbed by his team
mates, coacnes and managers
and others who came on the
field to congratulate him. How-
aavrav a a 4f fliTnasH .nf OrtKK

Sander was the boy that pro

duced the winning run when he

singled past third in the second
innlne to drive in the run that

put the Palomas out front by a
3-0 score. The Palomas started
the game with two young rook rookies,
ies, rookies, "peanuts" Dahlhoff and

"Duke" Snyder in the outfield

and both boys came up with nice
catches.
Ocelot starter, Leroy Vaughn,
pitched good enough to win most
ball games as he gave up only
seven hits and walked only two,
but. the Ocelots failed to come
up with the power hitting hi the
series that carried' them to the
top of the second half.
The Ocelots scored one run In
the, third without a hit, and one
in the fourth on singles by Price
and Dombrowsky.

r

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Stengel Combination Myst
Psychologist, Slaved Driver .4

i.

i ,1 Unauestionably he has had the
, talent yet it has been his job to
his moid tae. players into champions

SOFTBALL- CHAMPS. Members- of the thampfonshlp softball team of! Fort Kobbe proudly
display their awards. The winning team is composed of men from Company F. 20th Infantry
Regimen tat Fort:Kobbe.; t t ; .,.'.. y. (IJS' Arin PhotoJ

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CahH-Beat-Brooks All In Mind
' ''",-.'("' ''-'rl n "-,-1".",
For Left-Hariders-A n to nelli

1 The Palomas scored one in the
first on a walk and a single by
Garcia, four in the second, on
two hit batsmen and bingles by
Kline and Sander, one in the
fourth when Rathgaber lined
one out of the park, and one in
the third on a single by Pajak.
- The Palomas by winning
this year are now tied, with
the Conejos as the only teams
j in the six years to win-more
than one championship.,. The
Palomas previously won in
' 1953..' The Conejos took top
i honors in 1952 an 1955.
A capacity crowd turned out to
watch what proved to be the fi final
nal final game of the Fastllch Teen Teenage
age Teenage League. Supporters of the
teams were enthulastlc and the
Teeners played top flight ball.

The box scoter

Ocelots
Engelke 2b
Morris. R. cf

Ammlrati ss :

Morris, J. c ...

Vaughan -p-"-;...
Price rf .......

French 3b

Dombrowsky lb
Anderson II ...

Ab R
,20

..........4 0

. Palomas

Rathgaber 2b .......

Auen cf
Garcia c'V. .
Kline p ...

Pajak ab.......,....
Huddleston ss

aanaer id
.Dahlhoff, If

caiaweu u

Snyder rf

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA)-Johnnv An

tonelli was throwing in the bull

pen as part of his between-starts

conditioning. The Giants' left-hand

er had a rash of black mud dots

ol the back of his white home u

nuorm. He a done some running
on the soggy Polo Grounds turf

earner and bis spikes had kicked

tne sum up. s

Outside of that, plus the short
sleeved shirt: and knickers, he

wore, vohnny seemed like any oth

er normal human being you'd

have met in New York this dav.

Between tosses down to Bobby
Hoffman, who was catching him,

he talked of his winter back in

Rochester, N. Y., his spring at
Phoenix and the Long Island

house, he'll stay In this season.

SUMMARY '-i-, Home Runs':

Rathgaber. strike outs by: Kline

5, vaughan 4. Walks off: Kline
4, Vaughan 2. Left on base: Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots 7, Palomas 7. Earned runs:
Palomas 1, Ocelots 1. Umpires:
R. Williams and F. Mohl. Time.'

33. scorer: DODson.

Comments and Praises

FOR

"THE BRAVE ONE" Y

"An enchanting film that has--a
rare combination of qualities.. ..
THE BRAVE ONE is both aen aen-,
, aen-, slave and exciting!'
David O. Sehnick
rrodsm of Gmi With The Winer

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But according te the mystic

rights ot baseball, the man is a

total freak. He is a southpaw who

started four' whole 'times against

the Dodgers last season. What s

more, he beat them three times.

And to make it even more weird,
the Giants say they will use 1 An-

tonelli against Brooklyn e v r y

chance they get nis year.

?Now everybody knows '- that

vnu'ra nnt minnnspn .tn "at art in

left hander against' Br5oklyn It

is a kind of unwritten .national

law that ranks' alongside eating

ham with eggs and putting mus

tard on a hot dog. '
Antonelli is strictly goulash for
breakfast. '
The fact he pitches against the

Dodgers doesn't mean: a thing to

him, "The eood pitcher gets, any

body out," he was saying. "Brook "Brooklyn's
lyn's "Brooklyn's got all those right handed

hitters.. But one hitter Is the same
as the next if the pitcher is hav

ing a good day. I beat Brooklyn

here, at Ebbets Field and at Jer Jersey
sey Jersey City. There was nothing men mental
tal mental about it. 1'Just beat thera.
'"Take Warren Spahn.' he went
on "I think I'd pitch him' any
place. All this stuff about Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn beating left handers doesnt
faze hinu It's not in his mind. It's
in his manager's mind."
Brush up on your baseball if
you don't know that Warren
Spahn, who wins 20 games, every

year of his baseball uie, cen t
beat the Brooklyn Dodgers. He
gets murdered by all that right
banded power.' Last year, for ex example,
ample, example, be was shelled out of
there. The fact it was in his on

ly chance be was on the bench

after mat ooesnt matter.
It is supposed to be this wsy

for every left-bander, but here is

Antonelli, 3-0 over them last year,
ready, to increase it this season.
"Their ball park is. tough on
you," he :ays, "but name me any-

a small place. A good hit goes

out at every point. Doesn't make

: It Wasn't
That Funny

NEW YORK (NEA) Al Bach

man, who managed Rory Calhoun,

doesn't want anybody laughing

while he's around,
Bachman's fighter had to pull

out of a big money bout with Joey
Giardello a few months back. The

bout was rescheduled, 'for Cleve
land and both Caihoun and Giar

dello opened training', in New

York, j v i 1 1; .,
"I saw Giardello laughing all
the time and f wondered why he

could laugh over the prospects
of having to get into a ring; with

Calhoun,'1- the onanager siys

' "We get td Cleveland fsnd. it's
the same thing. I think he is over over-confidnent
confidnent over-confidnent and it makes tne feel
Food. 'Calhoun will murder, him
say to" myself.. Meanwhile,, we

are running up expensei -to knocc

you out of the box. Then I find
out. why Giardello is so carefree.
He 'came over4o us and laughed

and then said the fight had been
called off." -VD;-' tV-'

Bad : Pitch

WASHINGTON (NEA)-Manag-

er Charley Dressen 'of the Sena Senators
tors Senators and Clint Courtney, the scrap scrappy
py scrappy and quick-tongued catcher, are

twosome wonn 1 1 s t e n i n g to

when a baseball problem comes

up.. ;
Courtney 'was catching Gotland
Shifflett,, rookie pitcher,- when
Dressen came over and immedi

ately started showing the kid how

to throw knuckler.
"Chsrley shouldn't be teaching
that boy bad habits," Courtney
moaned. "A knuckler is a pitch
the pitcher can't control, the bat batter
ter batter can't hit and the catchers,
can't catch." ; . i

much of a difference what hand
you threw the ball with."
Antonelli sees Brooklyn's Ouke
Snider in the same boat as Spahn.

body who fmds it easy there. Il'sJ. "Everybody says he can't hit

By OSCAR FRALBY
NEW, YORK (UP) t Ask

players, what changed Casey Sten

get from a -baseball clown to a
diamond genius and vou come un

with the summation thaf he is alDickey and -Frank- Crosettit ,- Yet,

and hei has done it with the aid

of an able if silent band of

coaches- such as Jim Turner, Bui

combination mystic, psychologist
and slave driver complete with
whip.
Stengel, in his nine years-with
Brooklyn and Boston, never fin finished
ished finished higher than fifth in the
managerial derby. His. current
string' of seven pennants and six
world championships in eight

years is unmatched in baseball

annals.
Everybody agrees that he has
the talent with which to work.
" They Raspact Him
'But the biggest thing," says

one, "is that he makes everybody

reel he a the boss. No -clubhouse
lawyers with. us. He kills 'em.
He tells us hard and straight and,
when he's done, you don't have
any questions."
The Yankees have great respect

for Stengel. No great fondness,

possibly, because of his stern and

dictatorial manner in the privacy
of a businesslike clubhouse, but a
respect tinged with just a bit of
timiditv. Yet,' because of his fair fairness,
ness, fairness, they work ever harder for

his rare award of praise.

left hander. but actually Snider

never sees enough of them to
know what it's like. N 0 b o d y

micnes soumpews against' Brook Brooklyn.
lyn. Brooklyn.
"I've never noticed him doing I
anything different when I pitch, j
He takes the same stance, swings i
the same. I may bother him be because
cause because he's not used to a left

hander, but I can't see any reason I

wny ne snouidn'. be able to hit
them if he had some practice.
"Give me a guy pitching a good
game and he'll win no matter.

Sports Briefs

BOSTON (UP) Boston College
will meet the University of Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh in football for the first
time in 1959. The game with the
Panthers will be -played here on
Nov. 7. B.C. opens its 1959 season

against niuij al YTC51 rvuu IN, j

OAKLANDj Calif. JUPV Joey
Giambra of San Francisco and
Buffalo. N.Y;, and Chicd Vejar of
Stamford, Conn.; have' signed to
meet in a 10-round bout at the
Oakland Auditorium,' May 14.
' NEW YORK.(UP)-The Cleve Cleve-land
land Cleve-land Barons, winners of the Amer.
ican Hockey League's Calder Cud

playoffs, will split up 38 per cent

or tne totsi playoff pool of $58, $58,-412.30
412.30 $58,-412.30 one of the biggest in
years. The Rochester Americans
split up 30 per cent while be
Provifence Reds ci 19 per cent

and the Hershey Bears get 13 per
cent. Cleveland's share amounts

to $22,1P.67.

even .they listen mutelv when the- v

"Boss" speaks, which is often, be' "'
cause- nothing misses the ever:
watchful. Stengel eyes. rL'J
... Instruction The Answer ,v
"How dof we get the players?
Stengel g'owls "Well, we don't
hold a gun to their head and make -them
lign.s No do we promise1
them any'moie than they are of-
fered by other clubs."
The answer rmust be that: the
Yankee system of painstaking and
never-ceasing instruction is the
answer.: Stengel instituted the so so-called
called so-called rookie school idea in 1951
yet, etfen when- a 1 man "makes'''
the big club, he still is checked
and rechecked .constantly. -'' '
"Maybe the answer is good ma-'-':,
terial and attention to detail,"
said another player, '.'but Stengel. ;
manages us to an' extra five to 10
games each season." "?
Frank Lane, general manager of
the Cardinals, must agree.
"One thing I try to tell 'em,1
he. says, "is not to try to outmaa;;
uge him." .

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"FRIENDLY PERSUASION"

PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 30th

(In TECHNICOLOR)

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Houses
FOR RENT: Pumishad eh,
v' lt, 2 bedroom. 8th ttrcot
r.No. 4 Parquo Ufobrt. Phono
',34887.
. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
; house, airconditioned, maid's
room with bathroom, living living-.
. living-. dining room, swimming pool.
Campo Alegre Elvira Mendez
' treet. Phone 3-7206.
Reports
, PHILLIPS? Oeeenslde Cottages
Senta Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-''mi,
''mi, Pane-''mi, R. do P' Phone Panama
; 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
' Cottages. Modern conveniences
's'h moderate rate. Phone Gam Gam-'
' Gam-' boa, e-441.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
satisffing vocations, Santa
i Clara Beach. Shrapnel's fur
nished houses. Phone Balboa
1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile pest Ca Ca-t
t Ca-t smo. Phone Salboe 1866.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Specious lo locale,
cale, locale, formerly occupied by
Lovenderie Reine. 50. Boces
del Tore street No. 4 Chorrillo
Phono 2 1295, :
Domestic Employes
WANTED: American fam-
t ily wishes excellent cook to
live in. Apply: 31231 from 12.
Amigos Del Pueblo
Sponsors Outing
To Interior May 5
The Club Social Los Amigos
del Pueblo will sponsor their
fourth annual outing to Nuevo
Emperador on Sunday. Jay 5.v
Ther wlli' be mmslo b'wetor
Boa, and his Rock n' Roll orches orches-;
; orches-; tra, surprises for all, and prizes
for the best dressed group, the
ie oest rock n Rollers,-. ana
e best crazy nants. Tickets may
e. obtained from any member.
' Riimm will lMv Ut St.rMt anil
$7th St. In Chorrillo at 7:30 a.m.
ELEGANT
FURNISHED v
RESIDENCE
for rent, from May 15th to
October 30th, situated at 93"
Via Espafia and 15th St "La
Cresta."- Very convenient,
price; we are not seeklnr
hirh rent,, we want the
house to be well eared. For
farther information please
call Phone 3-0728 Panama
City, or inquire at the res res--
- res-- ldenee.
MAKES
BEAUTIFUL
SrVING SIMPLE
EVERYTHING is
built-in
. NO DISC TO CHANGE
NQ EXTRA ATTACHMENTS
You just
DIAL-FOR-STYLE
woman
ovCns one.
A PFAFF can be yours
for as" little as $149.(0
EASY CREDIT TERMS
Tropic ana
4th of J!v Ave.
TeL S-S12S

GARY COOPER in f

FRIENDLY PERSUASION'

PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 30th

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Jst bent
Mieaem furnished aeaitmenti, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 8-4941.
FOR RENTx Furnished a a-pertinents
pertinents a-pertinents on Via Porrat, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thee Thee-tre.
tre. Thee-tre. Telepotte 3-5024.
FOR RENT: t SUBLET
TO SUBLET: Approximate,
ly three months mid-Mey ; to
Mid-August, priced under ae ae-fuel
fuel ae-fuel rent for desirable tenant,
preferably without small chil children:
dren: children: luxuriously completely
furnished, large, cool, moequi moequi-tofree
tofree moequi-tofree penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, living room,
dining room, four large bal balconies,
conies, balconies, three bedrooms (two
eircondifioned), two both-'
rooms, enclosed laundry, com'-
Elate maid's quarters and
ath; servants end utilities by
mutual arrangement. Pleese
eione home 3-4857 or office 3 3-84".
84". 3-84". FOR- RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment of two bedrooms with
hot weter. 5t6h. street (Cempo
Alegre) building "Caribe". In Information
formation Information Tel. 3-5322.
FOR RENT: $110.00. Two
bedrooms apartment, modern
closets, bathroom, living-lining
room, lerge kitchen, maid's
room with bethroom, laundry
room, completely screened,
hot water Instellation, private
perking spece. Perejil No. 23
behind "Colegio Javier". Tel.
31382 or 3-1634.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential section section-Lerge
Lerge section-Lerge living room, dining
room, two bedrooms, 2 beths,
meid's querters, locked ger ger-age.
age. ger-age. Panama 3-0873. ;
FOR RENT: The Ideel e e-pertment
pertment e-pertment for a couple or a
bachelor unfurnished. Hot wa water,
ter, water, neer the El Penema Ho Ho-tel.
tel. Ho-tel. $65.00. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Furnished, Ar Army
my Army inspected one bedroom a a-peAment,
peAment, a-peAment, ell conveniences,
4th of July Avenue. Phone: Z Z-5526
5526 Z-5526 or 2-1140. 4
FOR RENT! 2-oearoom a-,
pertment ir Mergarlta. Com-
f letely furnished. From Mey
to Sept. U Call J-1203 after
4:00 p.m. Vt ;
FOR RENT: Furnished
partment, two Urge rooms
each having outside door witn
kitchen end both in between.
Apply ianitor, Hopkins apart apartments
ments apartments over Swift and Co. n
of July Avenue, or phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2944.
FOR RENT: Furnished e e-pertment
pertment e-pertment with use .rlr:
iter and gas stove. Apply for
key In A. Avenue No. 1041, So Soto.
to. Soto.
Tall Dick Rickells
Blanks Miami 4-0
For 1st IL Victory
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
Buffalo
Miami .
Toronto
Richmond
Rochester
Montreal
Columbus
Havana
W
, 5
, 5
, S
, 6
, 5
, 4
, 2
, 2
Pet.
.714
.625
.625
.600
500
.444
.250
.250
GB
&
k
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
, fFlrst Game, 7 Innings)
Tortonto 100 000 01
Richmond 000 000 00
4 i
4 I
Donovan ana bi.
Oar
dells and ChltL
Rochester 300 100 000-4 10 0
Miami 000 000 000-0 8 0
RicketU and Shants; Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Mason (1), Hunslnger '5)
and McCuliough. LP: Andersoa.
(Second Game)
Toronto 20 200 400 9 0
Richmond 000 001 0203 6 3
Pearce, Tiffenhauer (8) and
Roselil: Wlesler, Johnson (7),
Dixon (8) and Chitt. WP: pearce.
LP: wiealer. KR: Jok, Carroll.
Montreal 110 020 312-10 IT 1
nolumbus 100 101 300 6 12 1
Barker. Ciistante (5). Wall (7)
end Roseboro. Ronnlmr 7):
Blackburn, Jackson (8), Williams
(8, Hogve (8) ana peierson.
WP: Wels. LP: Blackburn. HR:
Upon, Gentile. Parris.
' NEW YORK. AprU 27 (UP)
Major league outmters may
have, a tough time tailoring a
uniform to fit tall Dick RicketU,
but If the former professional
basketball playet keeps pitching
as wea as he has, it u be wortn
Use extra effort.
The six-foot. seven-Inch. 235-
pound, International League
lln TECHVICOLOR)
CENTRAL

LEAVE yOUK AO WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OB OUB OFflCKS AT 1S-ST "H" MTREET, PANAMA-. LIBRERIA PRECIADO-7 Street No; II AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE FUBLICACIONICS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 e)' LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla e FARMACIA. LOM LOM-BAROO
BAROO LOM-BAROO No. Zt "B" Street MORRISON th of July Ave. A J St. m LEWIS SERVICE Ave, Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS 14S Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE IT Foi' do la Otaa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY luato AnMemena Ave. and 33 St. e FABMACIA
VAN-DEB-JIS S Street No.. U e FABMACIA EL BATUBBO faroue Latovn I Street ( FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porraa 111 NOVEBADES ATHJS Beside
the Belle Viste Theatre. .v-. , i

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford
Ranchwagon, 8, cylinder, ra radio
dio radio and heater, undercoeting
all convetional accessories, 32,
000 miles, three new tires,
$850.00. Cell 87-3182. Qtrs. 408.
B Ft. Cleyton !,...,,:
FOR SALE: TT51 MercurV
.two-door sedan. Excellent con-':
dition, undercoated. Origtnalc;
paint, like new. No dents
Priced to sell at $450. Phone
Balboa 3747 evenings 6 to 7.
"FOR SALE: Ford Ranch.
Wagon 1953, mechanically
good, a clean ear, -995.00., Of-V
fice 2-1501 or House 0840-K".
Acacia Place, Balboa,, behind
YMCA after 4:15.
FOR SALE: -1955 Chevrolet
210 4-door sedan. Very good
condition. House 504 Ancon 2-
1373.-,''
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Cust Custom
om Custom Tudor, six, black-white, w w-w.
w. w-w. redio. 2-2893 Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet "210 excellenr condition.
good tires. Phone Belboe 2921
.or see at 0432-H Ancon. .
FOR SALE: -41954 Studebek Studebek-or
or Studebek-or Commenderv Fordorr two
tone green, overdrive end .11 .11-metiier.
metiier. .11-metiier. 3 new tires. Mey be
seen at Qts. 114 B. Ft. Gulick Gulick-Phone
Phone Gulick-Phone 88-455. ; i
FOR SALE: 1953 Ply Cram Cram-brook
brook Cram-brook 4-door sedan. Excellent
condition, 4 new tires, radio.
Priced to sell. House 201 -B.
Getun Phone 5-517.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-8, 4 door with redio.
Perfect condition. $1950. Cell
Amador 2283 until 4 p.m. or
Belboe J827 after 5 p.m.
.FOR SALE: -1957 Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, Bel-Aire 4 doors 2 tone,
pewerglide white Side wells,
4000 miles. Cell Albreok 86 86-3245
3245 86-3245 after 3:00 p.m.
t t n, x ;-.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet'
4 door Power Glide,, new muf"
fler, battery, slip1 covers $500.
3.2431 8571 Margarita.
FOR SALE: This week on only
ly only Chevrolet V-8, 4 door so so-den,
den, so-den, seet covers, white well
tires end redio. Sacrifice,
$1,395.00. 821-X Croton, Street,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: "48 Studebek Studebek-or.
or. Studebek-or. 4 door, redio. Pessed Army
Inspection Merch 1957. $150.00.
Cell F. T. Blrdsall:, Office 82-
5190, home 83-7142.
LIFE INSURANCE
can i;
JIMRIDQE,
General Agent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates- and Information
TeL Panama t-4552
TRANSPORT!! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shieaers Moveas
fataai 2-24J1 2-2562
Leant Ridleg at -PANAMA
RIDING SCHOOL
Ridioff Joatpiiig aaesee dally
I to 5 p.m. pkeee 2-2451
, ot bv eppehrtas et.r
srrvKiooi
TCU vision
ELIVTSIOHURVKf
UUl ISJICHTvee
Tft.

jr.

Sltaa Teae; flrne Sana
BODY REDUCING
BfcLev MacaifeMa, Mnaaaa
tfmm Bath aaaia iall
Steak! eH art ktaeaa.
0RT0PEDU NAC10NAL
' SS a. Me tanam S-mi
Ot. SCnOU. OraiaaS Cliliaeaeial

rookie right-hander powered his
fast bail past Miami, last night,
enabling tbe Rochester Red
Wings to walk off with an easy.
4-0. win,
For Ricketts. tsklng a giant
step up from the Eastern League,
the eight-hitter was .his first
ieiffue triumph. It also made his
decision to aevo&e iuu-ume iw iw-letic
letic iw-letic efforts to baseball more
significant -
Action be f ween other teams
resulted ia a scrambling of the
standings; ...
Toronte. defendm pennant
winners, tripped the talent-laden
Richmond Vlrrtelans twice: 1-0.
S-S. And ia a f ree-ewtasrlne con
test, Montreal outlasted Colum-j
bus. 10-e A ecnefluiM game be between
tween between Buffalo an dHavana was
rained out.. w

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 1949 Buick with
- Dynaflew. Netiow Upright
Grand pieno. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. Albreok 4116.
FOR SALE: Complete im im-;
; im-; eteur station NC3000 receiver
new and 100 wett transmitter
- amplitude modulation h com,
piete. $400.00. House -907-A.
Rousseeu.
FOR SALE: Factory made
Kl-4.Miget Racer for child or
grown up. $200.00. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-M87 or ,3-4955. -.
FOR SALE: Modern beeu beeu-ty
ty beeu-ty shop best location In Pana Panama
ma Panama Xity, select customers.
For information write Box 2021
Panama. ..,:.
FOR SALE: Singer sowing
machine with, now meter, Do Dorian
rian Dorian Street No. 14-21 Apt. 7.
FOR SALE: New, never
boon in water, 21 foot Cabin
Ci vistr, Gray Marine engine.
Phone 828-3515.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash $225.
and Singer $250.00. Call 84 5292
or 84-3131. Can be seen at Ft.
Kebbe Hobby Shops.
. INVITATION TO BID
One HILL Dairy refrigerator,
reach-in, sliding glass doors,
80 cubic foot capacity, com complete
plete complete with 3-4 horse power 25
cycle General ''Electric motor
end compressor. In operating
condition. Offered as is, where
is, in the Cocoli Clubhouse,
Cocoll Cenal Zone, and can. be
aeon during business hours.
Successful bidder must re retrieve
trieve retrieve complete unit from
premises no later then 4 May
1957. Sealed bids should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Cocoli Civie
Council, Box 14, Rodman, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, or delivered to the
Clubhouse i meneger. Bidding
closes st 4:00 o'clock p.m.
Thursdoy, 2 Mey 1957, and
bids will be opened immodi-
ately thereeftar in the. Cocoli
Clubhouse Binge Roomr
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, :
ORAWIRA DIABLO; ;
OX 1211. CRISTOSAU Ci
Memorial Services
Held f or Uprising
Of; Warsaw Chetto
Taatuvi nnni ot Panama will
nhserve the fourteenth memorial
of the Uprising of the Warsaw
Ghetto tomorrow. -
sprvipea will be held at the
Beneflcencla Israelita de Pana
ma at 4 p.m. .
nahhi Nathan Witkln and
Bzslel Krozbeky conduct the
memorial services. CJ
. i FOR RENT: s
Airy; modern 3 bedroom, S
bathroom apartment, bal-,
cony, maid's room with,
bath, hot water, garage.
$150.60. CaU 2-0321, bust-
. ness hours.
Waithd '
SALESMAN
Distribirtefe of wall knew
braaea of American feed prod
cts seek experienced seleswan
wkh kaewledfe of food trede.
Write to: AFP. Bex 184 A,
Tbe pane me American, stating
previees experience end par par-senal
senal par-senal bsckf roane. All repliea
held in etrictcenfidenow ,s

Comments and Praises
' -' FOR

"THE BRAVE ONE"

j A woruJcrful treat, t --.liked
everything about ft tbe sus-
' pense, : the excitement, the
, rears, the color we all loved
; THE BRAVE ONE!"
Cecil B.DiMillt y

" Direeter ef -'The
Ten. Conun an dmen Is"

Reol Estate

FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet, maid's room
end bath,, hot and cold weter
screened, yerd, patio sliding
door closets, etc. Phono Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from 8 tp 4, 104 St.,
84 East, between Via' Porras
and 50th St. r
FOR SALE 1 BARGAIN-On-ly
S544 down, $28.00 monthly,
$4444.00 totel prices one-bedroom
chalet, 10th St. Rio Aba
jo. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms home and 4,500 meters
of lend, near new racetrack,
,$12,500 on terms, PATTER,
son, 31114
FOR SALE: Only $1,500
down, large house on lerge 800
meter lotr Radio City. REAL
BARGAIN. PATTERSON, 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. ;
FOR SALE: Farm In best
location of Vole an, Chlriqui,
120 heererees. For informe informe-tion
tion informe-tion Erasmo Gonzalez, Hotel
Vereguss, Phono 2-0242, box
438. Panehie. "?).-;.
(lew Adult Group
Meels This Sunday
At Curundu Church
The Curundu Protestant Church
announces the beginning of a new
adult fellowship group to meet to
morrow evening, at p.m. mis
Broun will meet 'in the Sundsy
School building, 1 2066, just j across
the street from the cnurcn.-
According to the pastor, Milton
K. Leidig, "it is now possible lor
adults and parents toA bring their
children ana youin to me jei vt
dets or the High School FeUow
ahin and not have to return home
beforeahe evening service.",. All
three of -be fellowships, the i Jet
r,i4.t ihn men scnooi.ana j ine
Adult, win meet eaca sunuay vo-
ning at 6:00 p.m.
Other scheduled services of the
church this Sunday sre: i buna ay
School at 9:30. Vu-gil Worsnam,
Sunday School Superintendent says
"we ar giaa to ten me puuuc mai
toach the Bible in every class."
In the Morning Worship the mes
sage .wUl ot brought- oy raswr
Leidig on .''Called To Be. Servants
and Saints." This is the beginning
of a series from the book of Ronv
"in ttm Hvnn Cosnel Hour Dr.
Ben Keitzman of Gorges Hospital
will bring a missionary report anu
film on his recent 10 dsy trip into
the interior of ranama.
'May Day Rock;
Set For Wednesday
At La Boca Church
Tn an effort to raise funds fOT
carrying on their activities, the
Episcopal Young Churchmen ot
St. Peter's Church. La Boca, are
nnnanrinr a "Mav Day Rock" In
the pansn nau next w.cuucauj
night.. -..
- Thi' entertainment will take
the form of a bazaar. There will
be frames,, a fishing well, "tom
bola" and other attractions to
afford an enjoyable time.
Music bv trie stariignt. orcn-
eatra of Paraiso. comprised of
teenagers, will enliven the event.
to wnicn young people are espe-
clauy lnvitea.
The Episcopal Young- cnurcn-
men la a youtn movement, ana
the branch at St. Peter's has
scheduled a series of" activities
for this year in interest of the
young people of the. parish Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, May 13. will be observed
throughout the Episcopal church

Home Articles

.FOR SALE: 8 pc. mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany sectional furniture. Pnone
88-879 Ft. Gulick. -
FOR SALE: Complete dining-room
furniture, mahogany.:
$90.00.1 Chest of drawers $30 00,
Sofa and chairs $40.00. Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Ecuedor No. 20, apartment
4 Martasia building. -'-,
FOR SALE- China Closet
$40.00.1546 B. Balboa.;.
FOR SALEi Ona bedroom
set, Continental, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Cello 52 No. 21 Apt. 5
Phone 3-5269.
FOR SALE: 'Urgent trip.
Pieno, household furniture,
living-dining rotfrn, r gae stove,
1954 cor. Telephone 3 6489.
38th Street No. 272.' From v 6
a.m to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: G.E. 1956, 60
cycle autometlc wesher, used
8 months. Perfect condition.
Westinghouso 21" TV eet with
outside entenne. Quarters 85-;
A Albreok. 86-4196.
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STANDING ON A WING TIP Remarkable maneuverability of the'Tactical' Air Command's.;
new partner in global airlift, the Lockhead C-130 Hercules cargo and troop carrier, airplane,
is demonstrated as the plane is put into a tight bank. Enlarged areas of wings and horl-,
zontal stabilizer,, coupled with 3750 h.p. in each Allison T58 propjet ; engine, enables Tactical
All Command's new "magic carpet" to fly high and fast or low and slow.- First propjet V (

transports. to. enter Air Force
erclse....,-.v i
as E.Y.C. Sunday.
Low Sunday servtcet
Services at Bt. Peter's for to
morrow, tne lirsi Bunaay aiier
Easter, commonly called Low
Sunday.wili follow the usual
nattern-. Tne Rev. jonn sspear
will be celebrant and preacher at
the choral communion at 10:30
ajn; . -.

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Will be off in 'x
1 : Central .'Avenue between 21"and
:23 Streets. '-;VV..-..
2. "B" Avenue between 21 and 23
': Street, : -Thi
interruption will take plare in
order to install new transformers in
the International Hotel from 7 a.m.
to 12 noon on Sunday, April 28,
1937.

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WANTED: Maintenance
man experienced in carpentry.

ana ornor reieted duties, to
work in privete Club in the Ca
nal Zone. Call Balboa 3218. On On-;
; On-; ly those with experience need
apply. :
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATELY:,
LY:, IMMEDIATELY:, Young lady, bilinguel
stenographer secretary, U. Si
l y trained, experienced, with ref references,'
erences,' references,' storting salary dasir.:
ed $150.00 For eppointnunt
write to Box 4169, Panema.
1 WANTED: Experienced
salesman' to takt.' attrectjve
. sideline -of celenders, elma elma-naes,
naes, elma-naes, novelitee, give away I-
- terns, to visit commerce end
industry. -' Good commission.
White Box 4075. v
WANTED: Able bodied'
, man to crew on yacht leaving
for United States early May.
r Experience unnecessary. Stops ;
ot Sen Bias, Jamaica, Baha-i
' mas. Call F.T. BirdeellJ office
82-5190, home 33 7142.
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
' Adults Teenagers Preteens
, Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. -.
H 1
service, the Hercules was flown to
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FRIENDLY PERSUASION

'PRE-RELEASE
TUESDAY 20th
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' FURNISHED APARTMENT:
wanted by American profes professional
sional professional woman, Bella Vista pre
ferred, Penama 3-5320 be between
tween between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY: Four oT
five Shores Acueducto do El
Valle, S.A. Phono Balboa 1585
or Balboa 2650. --.5
WANTED: Second hand
children's oncyclopedie, res
sonably priced. Balboa 3101.
SERVICES
'The best dinners end drinks
are served in our, modern sir.
.conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla-.
sa 5 do Mayo. -
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' 'Motorcycles
f FOR SALE: Harley David David-son
son David-son motorcycle 1955 Model 74,
jail extras. Low milleage, Best
offer for cash. .Tel. 2-1213.
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Panama for the carlb-Ex Ex.
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A PUZZLED PARATROOPER Who hag lust landed at R'o Hato:
-picks tip some of the enemy propaganda leaflets dropped
on the field by aggressor forces whicn were deslgnea Jw
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CARRYING OFF AN Injured paratrooper, two stretcher-bearing pen walk ln lront of the spectators tand set up at the Rio
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PARATROOPER who has Just unleashed himself from his
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LASHING A JEEP! aboard a huge Air Force C-123, men of the 20th Infantry of the Second. Battalion which was airlanded at
Rio Hato yesterday are watching how It's done by Sgt. Carroll S. Koebbe, of the 82nd Airborne Division Pathfinder Platoon.

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FOR
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I recommend this picture for
the tenderness of its story full
of moral and Christian faith .-.
Pictures like this should be
seen .by our youth and grown grownups...
ups... grownups... It's a true portrayal of
morality mhich'must be used
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