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HAVANA, April 5 ItiP)---The battle lines' for rebel
leader Fidel Castro's long-threatened "total war"- were
drawn today between insurgents in the hills and loyal
, troops In the ities of Oriente :province.
The rebel rladlo called'iesterday for a revolutionary
1,general ,strike, urging. Cuban workers t to "Jight in the
i','.1liouses and on the streets.", ', '
, The, loyal garilsons of Santia Santiago,
go, Santiago, Bayamo, lalltanaMO, Man..
, HOlgUill and other Orien-'
- te cities were ready for action on
r, the assumption that Castro
tmeant to start his fight today.
Feverish preparations were
made in Santiago in particulat
Barricades of. sandbags and con con'
' con' crete have been erected at key
points, and twocar, patrols are
rOVing the city, 2 ,
Military aottvity was minor
, yesterdayt apparently due to a',
Good Friday lull. The army an-
nounced that its patrols had
killed three. rebels in eastern
Cuba two in Los Barros and
one in Ghuchn Santa.
Early yesterday, .saho teurs
burned out a railway bridge at
Cacocun, on the HOlgt1111 line.
an Palm Beach, board chair chairman
man chairman Ebner Bobst of the Warner-Lambert
P harm aceutical
Company, said' on his return
from Cuba that his firm is 6o
c ertn 11 of ratirta's eventual vic-;,
' $ry I! 'tt Its 'rant
' capacity irk, the Ilavana area.
t (nobst told Jonathan Koontz
of the Palm Leach POSt-TiMeS
' that Castro's rebels' are "mostl,
teenagers, criminals and commU commU-
- commU- nist hirelings.. ,dangerous
cause) they are terrorists.")
1 The principal' effect of the,
revolt so far has been to para paralyze
lyze paralyze normal activity in Olden Olden,'
,' Olden,' 1 te; interurban rail and ,' road
, traffic is virtually at a stand standstill.
still. standstill. with rebel snipers, likely
' to firc on anything that moves,
, Unconfirmed reports said the
' rebels overpOwered the 16-mah
government garrison in the
: north-coast village of Mom '' yes
terday and took over the nickel
- plant the Freeport Sulphur Com.
pang is building there,.
The army is using a numl3er of
schools in Santiago is barracks,
- and the roof gardenof the Casa
Grande Hotel has been trans trans.
. trans. formed Into -a drill field for re
' Four San Bias Indians, wh.a were
picked up near the Mt. Rope rail railroad
road railroad track loaded down with
merchandise, were each bound ov over
er over for trial m U.S. District Court
Each of the four was charged in
Cristobal Magistrate's C o t on
Awo counts of burglary involving
the forced entry, into the Ft. Davis 1
Post Exchange and the Golf Club
there one week' ago. :
, of 8300 on each count wa
set for each defendant, Luis Igle
sias, 23, Serafino Avila, 21, Jose
Arias, 18 and Leonel', Guardia, 21.
: In addition, Guardia, who is the
only Colon resident was also charg
e ea on a thira count involving the
theft of a pair of soldier's boots
be was wearing at the time of the
! A Cristobal policeman appre apprehended
hended apprehended the strange-lookmg quartet
wnich was carrying cartons of ci cigarets,
garets, cigarets, cigars,' camems, clothing
, and costume jewflry when they
were picked up.
! Simultaneously to their arrest,
a call was received from the Mil Military
itary Military Police reporting that the ex exchange
change exchange and golf club at Ft. Davis
bad peen burglarized,
' ',.,On Student Group
.. CAMO, April 5 Egypt's
sc.ni-ouiciat Midule East News A Agency
gency Agency reported front Oeirut, Le Lei
i Lei 7 so-unit, today that Iraqi police fir fir'
' fir' ed on s.,udent demonstrai.ors in, Ir Irr,
r, Irr, aq' orital of P11114,1 Thursday.
, The agency said puttee opened
fire with rifles when the siudents
, tried to push into Feisal Eldare.
- Soyeal students were wounded and
others were arrested, thp r,
,--- Castro ha's -warned ,rePeatedly that his slow-motion
revolt would flare into war if President Fulgencio'Batista
is still in power "after April V! It was not clear whether
- he intended to' launch hostilities 'today or,on Easter
MIAML April' 5 MP) side
skirmish of the Cuban political
tempest boiled up over six ground grounded
ed grounded planes here today between pil pilots
ots pilots of the Cuban Air Force on one
side and striking pilots of two
Cuban freight' airlines.
Local and federal government
officials were in the middle
,A large group of Cuban air
force pilots, reports said there
15, arrived last night with order
to take possessien of the six cargo
planes and fly them back to Cu
It appeared they might be able
to take over,4hree of the planes,
belA"ling rubs, Aeropostal,
the three others, twin-engine C C46t
46t C46t owned by Express Aereo In-,
erameticano, were sitting,. in in
hangar minus one engine each.,
The six planes wereflown here
Thursday and yesterday by 15 pil pilots
ots pilots el the two airlines who said
they were rejecting an of d e
drafting them into the Cuban air
force to fly arms into' Cuba irom
the Dominican Republic, ,,,
The airline' fliers said t h e 3r
would seek political asylum in this
country.' They probably will, be
given a hearmg by U.S. Immigra-1
tion authorities on Monday. ,,,
4'We are airline pilots, not poli politicians
ticians politicians -nor military fliers," they
said in a joint statement., "We are,
not taking sides. -We merely re refuse
fuse refuse to transport arms which ire
to be used to kill our fellow Cub Cubans."
ans." Cubans." ,
The pilots said they have re re'ceived
'ceived re'ceived threats from Cuban secret
police that their families left be,
hind in Cuba would, be harmed
Ae.7111 1:311 Losses
To Govt. Forces
SINGAPORE, April 5 (UP) ---An
Indonesian rebel spokesman ad admitted
mitted admitted today that Central Govern Government
ment Government forces had scored new gains
in the, drive on the rebel srong srongholds
holds srongholds of Padang and Soldttinggi
in West Centriil Sumatra, '
Col, Man Djambek, interior
minister of 'the Sumatran rebel
regime, confirmed the loss by re rebel
bel rebel forces of the,keyt 'oval of IA IAbunkd
bunkd IAbunkd iambi to the advancing
Jakarta troops yesterday.
tubukd iambi is 25 miles
from the vital gasoline II apply
road linking Central Sumatra with
neutral South Sumatra. Djambek
predicted Central Government
troop would reach Kilerandio And
cut the main supply line "withinl
a few days."
He said tri Bukittinggi' that the
'road from Lubukd iambi to Ei Eilaranfijowould
laranfijowould Eilaranfijowould be "difficult to
Reports here said the Indonesian
government has concluded a deal
for purchase of torpedo boats and
small arms with Yugoslavia.
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GENEVA, Switzerland, April 5
(UP). ,United Nations Secretary-.
General Dag Hammarskiolti re returned
turned returned to New York and United A Arab
rab Arab Republic Foreign Mtnister
Mahmoud Fawzi to Bern last night
after two days of talks on World
and mideastern problems.
Both men declined to comment
on the subrints discussed.-A brief
commlinirwe spid only that "the
sumo ndtore of the talks tave
been in lIne with the contacts norm
plly nylintnined bv the Secretary,
Genera! v (UN.) member gov govorcir
orcir govorcir I e sessions of
At L'Ionth's End
WASHINGTON, April 5 (UP)
Unemployment was still climbing
at the end of March,' a Labor De Department
partment Department repOrt indicated todaY-,
An increase in- layols was re reflected
flected reflected by the fact that the,num the,number
ber the,number of new claims for unemploy unemployInent.
Inent. unemployInent. compensation went up last
week. They rose by 17,500 to 421,-
900, reversing a two-week decline.
For the month as a whole, new
claims fell by 14,000,-but 'their up upward
ward upward trend at the end of the mo
at a time when seasonal factors
usually reduce joblessness-- dark darkened
ened darkened the recession picture .some .somewhat.
The Labor 'Department said
' there were sizeable increates in
' new' claims last week in New Yo
' which reported 4,700', Pennsylvani
,' 5,900; Maine 5,400; Michigan 3,700;
New Hrmpshire 2,700 and Missou Missouri
ri Missouri 2,200. '4.
13' 'fish Prop' sal
On Tuntspn Border
Rejected Al Meet
TUNI' S, Ttmisla (UP)U.S. and
British mediators Robert Murphy
and Harold Beeley proposed a
plan for, international control of
the Algerian Tunisian border
which Tunisian' President Habib
Bourguiba rejetted Frids
formed sources said.
, The diplomats met with Bour.
guiba for two hours. They
emPrged vith 'serious, looks e
their faces and refused to give
details of th&tenference;
Asked lf the question of border
control was discussed, 'Murphy
said, "that's a delicate question.
I can't discuss it just now."
But informed sources said it
was brought up and BouTguiba
rejected it on grounds it would
infringe on Tunisian sovereignty,
help continue the Algerian' war,
amount to recognition -of French
sovereignty over Tunisia i and
ruin chances, of cooperation
among North African countries..
, France was reported in favor of
the border control plan, provided
the bternational observers were
stationed on the Tunisian ,Side.
, United Nations Secretary Gen General
eral General ,Dag Hanimarskjold was re reported
ported reported to have approved the idea
of the U.N. doing the job. He
met with Beeley and Murphy in
London earlier this week.
The plan was suggested ,as one
way to prevent border ineidents
such as the bombing of SaldetSidi-Youssef
by French planes Feb.
8. It was that inciden t, that
touched off the' French Tunisian
crisis that Beeley and Murphy
sought to solve.
HOLLYWOOD, Aprii 8 (UP)--An
underworld boy friend of actress
Lana Turner WAS stabbed to death
with an eight-inch carving knife
last night by the tnovie queen's
beautiful 14-year-old daughtety
Johr Stomnanato, o -time bo bodyguard
dyguard bodyguard fctr Mickey Cohen and
former associate of Bugsy Siegal,
was found dead by police on the
floor outside the door to Mist' Tur Turner
ner Turner bedrom.'
Police booked Miss Turner's
.daughter Cheryl on suspicion of,
murder early today.'
, Police Lt. F. H. Colford said the
stabbing occurred at Mtss Turn Turner's
er's Turner's home at 7:30 North. Bedford
restauraterus Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Crane. former husband of
Lana and father of theryL:' was
summoned to Miss Turner's home
Immortiately after'the stabbing to
be NI 1th his daughter.
- Crane told police an argument
broke' out in Cheryl'a bedroom
shortlr' before ;with Stompanato
threatening to kill her mother if
she broke. off their relationship
which had bloomed into a rumor rumor.
. rumor. ed TOtTlitnet,-
1 Police said Miss Turi;or ',, told
them Stempanato threatened "te
set me er fix me If I broke iff
The argument raged from Chr,
yl's bedroom into Miss, Turner'S
boudoir and reached ,its climax
when Cheryl dashed from the kit kit(
( kit( -, knife-M het end
stabbed Stompanato as he storm stormed
ed stormed from the actress' bedroom.
-,' Thus Stompanato, like his form former
er former boss Bugsy Siegal, died violently-in
a glamor girre home.'Siegal;
California' underworld kingpin,
was shot to death in the-mansion
of his, girl friend;,Virginia Hill.
NORTH 11OLLYWOOD, Calif.
(UP) 4---A" slender, blond, drama
student strangled' his 15-year-old
girl friend with her green sweater
Friday in a lover'e lane ani then
led police to a Car containing
her 'unclothed body.
"She told me she wanted me
to take ber out more often,", Gary
Jon Johannesson,,18, told tiolice.
"She liked me; but didn't like
her that much."'
.Police said the body of the vie.-
tim, Phyllis Meltzer, was cov covered..with
ered..with covered..with a towel. Her sweater
was knotted around her neck.
The grirl's capri, pants a jacket
and black shoes were oh the back
seat of, the car. ,"
"I knew Phyllis ,for about a
year and we 11 ated about 10
times," said Johannesos ,n "We
went to the drive-in arid left.
, Then we began arguing about
me going with her. All of sud sudden
den sudden something came over me and
choked her,", ,
Police said Johannesson, Val Valley:,
ley:, Valley:, Junior College theater arts
major who bad appeared ba am amateur
ateur amateur productions, had an arrest
record for assault with a deadly
weanon, molesting a minor and
traffic violations. He was booked
, on suspicion of murder.
MOBILE, Ala. CUP) Mrs.
W. Hudson claimed Friday
that her, red hen laid two tone
colored Easter -eggs.
"One- egg is two shades of
beige with a clear-cut divisiorrof
color in the middle," she said,
"The other is half white with a
dark beige rine around the mid middle,
dle, middle, and sneckled beiger on the
PANAMA, R.,P., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1955
, Forty-sir Italian 'crewmen from
the Arosa Sun were "detained" in
the Cristobal jail yesterday for
seven hours prior to the departure
of their ship. 1'
When the cruise ship left f o r
Baltimore. shortly after noon, the
seamen, who comprise about one onethird
third onethird of the crew, were placed on
board the ship.
They had refused to sail on the
ship until their families vrere as assured
sured assured of receiving salary, allot allotments
ments allotments due them for February and
The Arose Sur!, Avhich was
disabled by,fire on' March ,I5,
underwsnt temporary,repearis to
the engine room at Cristobal.,
She was set to sail In Thurs.
'day but departure-was deleyed
'until the recalcitrant learnon
'Avers appeased. 4
The ship's crew Includes ,190
Germans, 00 Tt aliens ,and 14
Swiss. The Italians, 45 of them,
were picked up by Cristobal po police
lice police and held in the jail untif the
Iship sailed. The were not permit-.
ted to go on board the ship f o r
its trial sea run on Thursday.
Boyd Brothers. local agents for
the Arose Sun, explained that the
owners of the ship have on. al
rangement with the' crew for de delivering
livering delivering 75 per cent of ther wages
Flick To Resoris
03 Spending Spree
egti,. NG M
PAIS!' April 5 (UP)Twii mil mil,
, mil, 1
lion Parisians flocked to prowl
cial resorts today in a spending
spree that defied government warn
ings that France again it nearing
iThe interior Ministry said that
although French gasoline costs 90
cents a gallon the highest price
west of the iron Curtain 15 rnil rnillion
lion rnillion Frenchmen will tr:.vel by car
during, the three-day Easter holi holiVirtually
Virtually holiVirtually 'all of France's gaso gasoline
line gasoline is imported. Financial circles'
warned as the rush began that im,
ports may be drastically cut if th
nation keeps buying abroad, more
than she sells. ,
The French now export only it
bout 75 per tent as much as they
import. Their foreign trade defi deficit
cit deficit last month amounted to 54.6
million dollars and it would have
been twice as much if Finance Mi Minister
nister Minister Pierre Pflimlin bad n not
come to the rescue with "hard"
currencies deposited in 'French
-France ,illreidy toripent 112
TrialiOn dollara ot the 130 nultion 'it
borrowed last fall from the btu btunational
national btunational Monetary Fund.
k the present late of sPending
it will use up all of its foreign loan
dollaris well before
tha, year's end,, finincial experts
warned. : ,I
to the men's families. 'Two daYS
ago when the mail from home was
delivered, the Italian c w e n
complained that their families had
not received any Payment.
The agents say that the ship's
principals in New York were con contacted
tacted contacted immediately and tabled
$30,000 th complete the payment to
wages through, March 21, which
was the crew's last pay day, The
line's office in Geneva also. was
contacted and asked to expedite
payment of the allotments. -ON
As far as is Imowns, the fami families
lies families of the other crewmen have
been paid without delay.
-,,Anether report indicated that
the crow also oblected to sailing
to Balt:mere on wily ens -
gine. Apparently this developed
' because a spare valve soot here
for the repair el tho ship turn..
ed out to be of the wrong size.
' Boyd Brothers pointed out that
the vessel cannot be put to e a
without a certificate of seaworthi-,
ness issued by the Loyd's surveyor'
in the Canal Zone,
Two of the crewmen on ,board
the ship were killed as a result of
an explosion and fire ain the en.
gine room, and two of the crew
were injured. None of the 216 pas passengers
sengers passengers who disernbarked .12 e r e
were hurt, "-;
LONDON, APRIL t CUP )---Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan, Acing
certain defeat if Britain held na national
tional national elections tomorrow, is be beginning
ginning beginning to ease up ever so slight y
on bis tough, vote-losing ,:'save-thpound"
The conservative: government
has lost four by-elections in little
more than year, Its worst black
eye came last week when the libt
erals, believed until recently to be
almost defunct, grabbed a seat in
a by-election from the government.
The Macmillan government has
not admitted public'y ,any about aboutface
face aboutface as a result o, these,I osse
But these two first concessions to
disgruntled voters Indicated, some
gradual relaxation: '
',---Easing the bank of England's
discount rate from ;seven to six
per cent ', '',' '
'--An announcement of govern government
ment government plans to revise, the unpopu unpopular
lar unpopular rent act ,immediately 'oft er
Easter, The act confronts millions
of Britons with' the pros; rt of
higher rents or eviction from their
homes; It has been heavily assail
ed In all recent by-elections.
- Since the beginehig of 1957 -the
conservatives have-lost three seats
in by-e'ections to bbor and one to
the liberals. ,They held nine oth others,
ers, others, and labor held four. But in
every case the conservative vole
tumbled sharply compared w t b
the 1955 general elections.
. turionslye despite. the 'current'
iattwing campaign to ban tho
H-bomb and moot the Russians
in-Summit talks on any, tortes
foreign affairs hays played little)
' part in recent by-slot:Wm ,
7 In tiearly every case the don-,
servative government's biggest
ability has turned out ,to be t the
tent act. Mounting unemployment
also has,hurt the government-1- '0
Until recently Macmillan has ret-:
fused, any concession ,to the grow growingAlamor
ingAlamor growingAlamor inside his own party
for revisiorpol the'rent act or re relaxation
laxation relaxation or the "credit squeeze"
applied last tall when the -pound
sterling appeared to be on ,- the
But the Prime Minister' appears
to be yielding at last -- even
onl,?, a little.
NEW I)E I, Hut 1 P)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
said Friday be hoped the- United,
States and lritpin Would ,follow
Russia's example in suspending
nuclear tests.,, ,
The 'Indian leader told a news
conference he ',weleomed the So.
viet announcement n matter
how "conditioned" plans for sus suspension
pension suspension were.' '-,
"I have never been abli to un,
derstand the reluctance to sus-.
pend them the tests) for Some
time,1 be said.
' Conamedint on Nikit a S.
Ithrushchev's appointment as pre.
mier, Nehru said he represented
a liberalized trend in the Soviet
Union and that this elevation
meant those trends would conti conti"Khrushchev
"Khrushchev conti"Khrushchev as a ways Pen
On the summit" of Soviet politics,
he added. ,
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WINO WITH A' STINGFirepower equal to several Silva, from a destroyer hings from, the
of thislIS Navy heavy attack aircraft. The recoilless rockets, fired from simple launchers,'
are effective against surface or air targets. :Hanging frordleffIreCil single 2.75-inehlocketra-
single "Zuni; a combination of 2-inch and 2.75-inch rockets in a launcher; a cluster of seven
, 2.75-inch rockets; a 19-unit of 2-inch missiles, and 3,4-inch, launcher of "Zunis;,,' i-
WASHINGTON,: APril 5 (UFY Denrcratic, repro.
senicir:ye Daniel 1Flood toda 'described Panomaniaape-,
puty RamliGamboa's application for' .64 exploratIon
rights in the Canal'Zone cis an,11jwertinence" cmd said it
should be 'dismissed promptly.,,1 --,', '4,, 7
Floodis a member of the, House Merchant kiarmi
Subcommittee on the Panam6 Canal who have agitated for
nationalization of the Canal and 'return of sovereignty
Over the Canallone to the fteiriblic of ,Panorrel,
, ,: Asked for comment on 141116n .G01111)0015 application;
Flood Saidt, t
, -"It is a fmle ouestion of low, end not one of theory,,
The law speaks' for itself, and is much more eloquent than'
:lased 'oil that :law; there ts.:6". basis oti
whicb the Republic of 1).1:mina eau crt tither' thriny,to 'deny
such a oetitien.:..-; :,, P :,
, -1,1The,prirposes arid :peisonelities .hebird
merit. iMply Confirm:the statenients 1:h0e beztv trak;n9
with, 'te,ferenee ike,sifuirtion Pa tvg m is tisfied
that r!sponsitpli,,,Paramantan' authorities yilljdispose of
this ImOertinitie byja prompt:4iimissal of the api)lica
BU1) PEST (UP) S.
Ehrushchev yesterday offered t(
accept international control over a
Auclear weapons test ban if that
were the only way r to' get 'the
United States and Britain to ,"fol ,"follow
low ,"follow the 'example the So Viet
Union" and suspend such tests
The, new Soviet Premier reject-1
ed the western ',charge that the
Soviet unilateral ,4suspension of
tests was a "propaganda maneu maneuver,"
ver," maneuver," be told an audienee of 100,-
000 Hungirians that he challenged'
President Eisenhower and British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
to '"demonstrate goodwill by ac actioni'!
tioni'! actioni'! in, ending test explosions'
Khrushchev spoke, on a,,, dais
built' on, the ruins of t'imassive
statue of Stain that was smashed
by anti-Communists' during 'the
October,' 1956, Hungarian revolu revolutiono
tiono revolutiono The crowd in "Hero's
Square', was : guarded by,' 1,000
blue-uniformed policemen, ,
r e s.' ?
President Eisenhower really
means that it Ithe Soviet ouspen ouspension)
sion) ouspension) was ss Propaganda maneu maneuver,
ver, maneuver, why do not the western pow powers
ers powers 'make the' same propaganda"
, ,, !.
"re are going to continue our
'propaganda' because it meets the
wishei tha whole of mankind."
He said Russian nuclear tests
never, "endangered human !" be beings.1,".,
ings.1,"., beings.1,"., and reminded the audience
that the atomic, bombings of Hir Hiroshima
oshima Hiroshima ', and Nagasald by t,he
Unitdd ,States An 1945 rclaimed
hundreds ,ftif thousands of
No ,Feis -Required..
'A sPokesmazi for the National
ElCctoral Tribunal today emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized that Colon residents, like these
of Panama Citytrare not required
to Ipay any fees in order to make
their applications for. new cedulas.
; lie added also that there is no
obligation for applicants to supply
birth ;certificates or old cedillas.
Registration is now, being con conducted
ducted conducted in Colon at the former Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Engineer's office in 'the
applicants hu the clty of Colon to
repert any possible attempt by
employes of the tribunal to charge
,for any service.
DenOng the. wistern argilment
that, nuclear tests could be kept
secret, Ehrushcher said: ,
jays Contiol 'Exists
21It is 'known that. no American
or Englisn (atomic) eiplosihn tan
remainsecreL Thus international
control of 4hest tests already ex-
"But,'" he said,,"if these TiVests
ern personalities think the.;
seace o. international contrm pre prevents
vents prevents the 'United. States and Env,
land from following the example
of the ,Soviet Union by suspendin:
their experimental ,explosions
their turn, then we tan say,- as
we have several times, that- tlie
Soviet Union gins its agreement
to this international ,
But Khrushchev did not spell
out what Ale meant by control..
The West and Russia hive beed
deadlocked on the subject. liver
western insistence that all nucle nuclear
ar nuclear bans be linked tO a supeivised
pact forbidding production of
clear material for military. pur-, I
Charging that the. structure 'of
the US-RP Treaty is, unfair to a.
liens, a Colombian faced,the Bal. '"
boa .Magistrate Thursday On 11
charge of trespassing in the Pam.
boa Commissary. 1, :
The defendant, Cenon Sierra, 45,
told Jixige John E. D e n g
he had worked for the got?.
ernment for 15 years, the last three
being with the Army.,
"I was forced out of the Canal
Zone against my 'wishes, a d
when the Treaty went into effect,
I was told I could no longei have
commissary privileges,". he said.
Sierra complained that while the
'rreaty specifically mentioned Pa I
namanlans,,it did not 'refer to al allens.
lens. allens. , ,
"If ,earn my .money from the
U.S. government, then. I should' be
able to spend it, with them," ha
, He said he went into the Gam.
boa 'commissary yesterday E",-rnoon
4to observe", and asked the
sales 'giri to show him a clock
which be Said was not available
"If I bad not worked for the
tited States, I would not have ed.
ered." Sierra stated.
The Judge fined him r.
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10,t leader Fidel Castro's long-threatened total war were
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1 ginning to ease up ever so slight y 'rift , -4; 2,: ;,,
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Id flare into war it President tuigenclo tlatista "---------------
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' week. They rose by 11,500 io 421,- au u -year-old daughter.'
Johr Stomnanato, o -time bo- 1 nen inn
a awania "---- -ou bis-tough, vote-losing :'save-th- ', I ill ' ' ,
lower "after April V! It was not clear whether 900, reversing a two-week decline. be pound pogram. ,,ii. 'ill 'I S 1
xl to launch hostilities 'today orfon' Easter F.or the month as a whole new
, dyguard fctr Mickey Coben and la
0 S di Sliree
The conservative:, government
, claims fell by 14,000,but their up upformer
former upformer associate of Bugsy Siegal, ''
, r 2 has lost four by-elections In little ., ittaiinkd
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garrisons of Santia- usually reduce joblessness-- dark- floor outside the door to MiseTur- non .ransians nocaeu x,o provot t
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GUalltanaMO, Man. ner bedrom; dal resorts today in spending
. ened the recession picture .some- a most defunct, gr'abbed a seat in V um umPollee
Pollee umPollee booked Miss Turner's spree that defied government warn
nearing a by-election from the government.
uin and other Mien- C eba Side' Yarnish
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The Mad Stui is on open tonne foe masks; et- The Osseous Amerken.1
Lottery ere received gratefully sod ore handled- is
It yes contribute a letter deo't be Impatiesdff doeso't attest the
mixt slay. sketters ors published in the order recaiyed.'.
,, Please Ws to keep tho letters limited to ens paei le'setk
Identity et totter omlers held strictest, coolidence'
This oesspopee assumes so respmsibility Jet statements eiLlopiolons
expressed In letters hem readers.. ''-,' '
a LITTLE Brans ,'
, it is the duty of free men to oPPOse the little dictators at
' all levels within a democratic society. 'r
: The repressive force and initiative-killing results 'of t,hese
little Hitler& are their greatest crime to society. A cold, forbid forbid.'
.' forbid.' ding stare in reply to a "good morning" can generate more fear
, Ind anxiety than a frank, unmalicious bawling optand the lit little
tle little Hitler knows this. ,, ,,,'
, But it does no good to answer sullenness with :sullenness.
This is contagious and soon there is a 'whole forest or groUP
' filled with bitterness, anxiety and fear.
- : The little Balers are twisted because-of unhappy child childhoodthy
hoodthy childhoodthy need psycidatric help: In the meantime, they must
tot be allowed to extend their power to do evil and to threaten
the dignity of their fellow citizens.' ,.,- ,,
' ' -, .' ''"- - Demoeritus '
- '-: TN. TRosmissioN (Krum
1 On May 6, 1'956, c7N-Tv began what It purported to be tel..
OVIKIOn broadcasting In the Canal Zone and vicinity. For ap ap'
' ap' proximate): one-balf' the time since thet.tha quality of either
0., dta audid-or vided bas beeri at' about the sera line.
, Why don't, they -confess their lack of technical know-how,
aomit defeat,' and sell their Becond-hand television equipment
to the P11119111 Canal ar scrap. It might, bring them $25 which,
In my opinion, would ,be more than. its' scrap worth, judging
Irom recent performances.,; ? ,' k., ,,,, ,
4 At any Fate, -wish they -would get the' puny thitig off the
Or so that we suckers who so foolishly 'bought Tv sets can
baul them to the dump and not be further lulled bY criers
' brass "please stand by" while tbey fiddle with knobs' and
witches about which they evidently know:nothing. Let's re ref
f ref um to the days of simple radio, even thougkthat medium is
$lot noted for efficiency. .,'' i. 1
- Exasperated TX. Owner
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
: All the regular events we have from year to year have come and
gone according to Hoyle. ,
The swallows returned to Capistrano on time, and now the
,v1i.00ping cranes are getting ready for their long flight from the
Texas wildlife reservation to their Arctic breeding grounds, where
, It's e, struggle to bold their own, '
; Last check shows they still have 31 of which five are in captivity,
two here and three in New Orleans.
Spring opened with a few tornadoes in the north that did some
dimage,. We hope they have. dispersed,
We understand our snowbound snow-diggers got away yesterday.
; The depression is hardly noticeable here-We have so much pub public
lic public work going on,, almost all over the State.
1 Cash is ready to build several damijor fishing resorts, the mo mo',
', mo', bey' to come from' fishing license'.
1 The newilurke addition is made to Order and' as nest' perfect as
pessible..150W homes going like Irt Felice t
7 CREDIT UNIONS
No we tlenies that a Credit Union, as a cooperative institution,
h an asset in any community. It is an institution that recommends
itself, no matter where it might be established. What is being dial dial,
, dial, Ienged in the case of the Canal Zone Credit Unions, as far as can
nee, is that they have been set up in violation of the 1936 Treaty be between
tween between Panama and the U.S. '
, Why cannot these Credit Unions take into account the laws of
Panama in their operation? If this is,tione, there does not seem to
be any reason why they could not continue to operate as they have
been doing up to the present time.
It is hard to believe that the Panama Government really wants
'the Creffit Unions abolished, and it is still harder to believe it wants
, to piaci the Zonians at the mercy of the native loan sharks that in infest
fest infest Panama City.
4 Unless am mistaken, what the Panama Govermient wants is
, 'this: That inasmuch as the Credit Unions are operating at present
, tkviolation of the existing Panamaell.S, Treaties, they should be
'legalized according to the laws of Panama. -
04 is not a matter to shout about; it is a matter to be looked
intO with an unbiased mind.
, BIBLICAL BELEEVER the ether amoimts --for never-has
lirt , , ,. The nation gotten so much mileage
do not wish to start- any religious controversy, but'would out of an investigation. And 1 do
iffte to offer my own viewpoint on certain Biblican matters. DI mean mileage. During 1957, die
o way this may constitute a reply to the Rev. Edward J. Melvin staff traveled a total of 650,000
Mail Box, March 30). , miles; They interviewed some 16,-
1 There is a tremendous and constant conflict, which few of 000 persons in 44 states. This made
ot comprehend, going on between Christ and His angels on the it a ratio of 35 witnesses for ievery-1
Ono band, and Satan and his angele int the other. Satan has one who actually took the stand.
been east down with one third of the angels. He tame down Sob Kennedy issued 2.740 subpenas
kith every bit of his intelligence intact. His wisdom is superior for individuals, bahk records, u uto
to uto ours. His eunriing and trickm are well-developed. 1 quote nion records and other, vital M Maul:
aul: Maul: "We wrestle not against of this world, and against spirit formation. Semi-permanent. It aft
vdckedneu in high places. lEphesians 6:12). headquarters were opened in;11 big
gatan is conducting a spiritual opposition for souls against cities.
Ws gm not in s, tion to know what is a God-given The committee ran 104 days of
Miracle, extent that we study the Bible thoroughly and try to public hearings. During these hours
re the will of God free from self and hypocrisy.' We form our it heard 486 witnesses. Their testi testiopinions
opinions testiopinions as to the origin of miracles according to the lives that mony is spread across 17,486 pag pagpe
pe pagpe lived in conformity with God's wall Mark 13:22 will prove es of orginal transcript.
b13' Point. It is a measure of the moment
! suggest th'at the Rev. Edward Melvin do ,not air his that of the 100,000 letters received
Eatholic views in the newspapers. Only Catholics can under- by the committee, 75,006 were corn corn:
: corn: stand them.' They.. are confusing to anyone who reads his Bible,
)I,nd to those who are gropinf uncertainly for Biblical truths: plaitts from union members. tech
of these was carefully analyzed.
I ' In none of these figures are in in,
, in, To thOse' who, do not read their Bible, which is God's HOIY eluded the heart-aches of those
:Word, cOmmend the following Biblican facts:' pushed around, or the tote cost of
There will be ,two resurrections at the close of this world's blasted walls, broken trucks, spoil spoillistory
listory spoillistory a history which is fast moving towards its climax. ed perishables or ,the high cost of
chese will be the resurrection of the righteous, and the resur- dismay and helplessness.
yection of the wicked. n This you cannot finthon ledgers
could quote several texts, but Will cOntent myself With written by the hands of man,
:only a couple, Revelations 20:6 and Isaiah 38:18.
' In conclusion must state that, in my opinion, 'canonize.
:tion is an act of man, and is not governed by the Lawgiver,
Believer et Biblical Facts
ARE YOU AS StIART AS A TERMIT5P:':
It." is sad to realize how much damage and waste can
be done by blind, dumb little brute like a termite, It's
oven sadder tCrealize how little effort and expense ,it
takes to prevent losses to your home and possessions.
, Come to think of it, a termite and a communist
have a lot In common., Both do their work by boring
from within and operating secretly, And both are suc successful
cessful successful only when we are too lazy to throw the rascids
PRONTO SERVICE, the Insect control branch of
Agricultural Development Corp. doesn't have much expe experience
rience experience in fumigating communists but, it is your best
security. In lighting termit
Unless you have grown Joni!. of ,your'insects, tall
3-7977 or Colon 1777 for an estimate of how to get
'of them.' ,
By VICTOR RIESEL
The man was petty but not the
cash be fingered out Of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Certainly among ths
items the Brotherhoods dues 'paid
for were Dave Beck's underpanns.
But the Senate Rackets Commit Committee
tee Committee dug sufficiently into t h at
strange man's intimacies to dis discover
cover discover that he had also lifted $370,-
000 from the fraternity.
That took real digging. The com committees
mittees committees interim report reveals that
it took Carmine S. Bellino, t e
probers Accounting Consultant, on only
ly only a half hour to tell Beck's story
on the stand. But to pCepare him
self for that half hour of testimo testimony,
ny, testimony, Mr. Bellino "spent some seven
Weeks'. at work,' examining hund hundreds
reds hundreds of thousands of cancelled
checks, thousands of pages oi ledg ledger
er ledger sheets and bank statements? and
tracing down thousands of finan financial
cial financial transactionS.
This led to the "proof that Dave
Beck. lad taken, rather than
borrowed, $370,000 of the funds of
that union.' --
- "I de not envy Mr. Belline his
adventures among Beck's double
entries, for I am ens who made
a peace pact with my aid cok
legs instructors. I promised to
quit the accounting field if the
threw me my degree.
So it's with considerable awe
that also report that another'com another'committee
mittee another'committee investrgator probbing anoth another
er another union, went throukh 600,000 Can.
celled check& This founds ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly painstaking to me. And
I am surprised to hear honorable
men now charging the committee
with unleashing figures for which
it cannot account.
The criticism is leveled at the
Senate statement that some $10,-
000,000 has been taken or misused
inside the five unions investigat investigated
ed investigated by Sen. John McClellan and his
colleagues, their counsel, Bob Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, and his staff, which some sometimes
times sometimes had 45 specialists from the
government's General Accounting
office, in addition to its regular
cnmplement of-34 investigators.
- Fact is that the total figure for
which these bespectacled sleuths
can account is $13,000,000. The
committee, in the, spirit of t h e
times, blocked the figure down to
rotmd off the sum -,and some
' A big chunk ot what needs to be
accotmted for the committee at at,tributes
,tributes at,tributes to James R. Hoffa, suc suceessor
eessor suceessor to Dave Beck. That amount
reaches $2,400,000; say the racket racketbusteri.
AFL United Textile Workers.
lust to list a few sums en a slid sliding
ing sliding scale.n
Tha gommittee can account forl
the other amoimts for neverbas
The nation gotten so much mileage
out of an investigation. And I do
mean mileage..Puring 1957, le
staff traveled a total of 650,000
miles; They interviewed some II,
000 persons in 44 states. This made
it a ratio of 35 witnesses forievery forieveryone
one forieveryone who actually took the stand.
Bob Kennedy issued 2.740 subpenas
for individuals, bahk records, u union
nion union records and other, vital in information.
formation. information. Seml-permanent eta ff
t .1t1, kla
"Gosill I Almost Forgot About. Youl
' SROADWAY BUBBLES throat tears over at thii typewrit- I
Ironically, only, few-months a- , I
go, Mike Tod informed a reporter: 'The advert for the "horror Ail
"The only trouble ,with good luck Dracula" movie inchides tbis met- 1
is that you-know it must turobad. ry thought: "Every night be ris risYou
You risYou can't beat the law of avers:- es from his'coffin-bed to seek the I
es". Stop fretting about Pvt. soft flesh, 'the Warm blood ,,he
Presley, folks. Ms monthly record needs to keep himself aliv e."
royalties will' give him almost as (Ughhhhhh!). .Don't miss the
much as Generals earn annually. Reader's Digest tssay about con
. Sul Brynner, the ragamuffin. victs hi Ohio. Peni tiary,, who
hask a sign on his dressing room are risking, can e 'in, a ,reseach
reading: nt Rhymes With Sinner" prOject-.The e song' of "The
. : Aim Novak doesn't make a Long, Hot Sum er" movie 'is' a
move without consulting her horo- cinch to become a popular Sound.
scope. .It was inevitable. An up- : .If newspaperman stuff if your
coming Mcker is titled: "I ,Mar dish, another blue plate special is
ried a Monster From Outer Space" Allent Churchill's, new book,."Park,
. !Palk abotit airs; The credits Row.", Packed with Jaseinatint:
for the "Paris Holiday" -,m ovie yaros abotit the titans,of jouroal jouroalnotel'
notel' jouroalnotel' "Produced by, Mr; Robert ism, Nothing more poignant,than
Hope," (Gee whis1;11; Jled.da re: Elizabeth Taylor's,tommentt, "No
port: "I believe; arloig Brand one ever will know jnst hosteCnueb,
hates all women.'t alahatahaha. I loved' Mike, Even our fighfs, mid
hal); A bit of drama the 4000 wohad plenty, were a sort 0 love.-
spectators didn't Witness i as we making,": 4., .,-,, -, ,- -, ..,
emcee'd The Palm Springs (Calif.) , ., .... , ,
Police Dept-Boys Club of America HollyViosti tooddliim its'old blicli
star-studded ahovr,Satdee night erg to itevee inspired a movie ex exLauren
Lauren exLauren Baca dashing from her ec's accurante size-up:71treminds
seat out front just to tug at Frau- me of the plot we have all seen
' lde's sleeve and sadly sav hello., in scores of Western movies., Part
' .Frank returned the salutehut cf our iodustry is selling guns to
t' that WU all. , .. ithe hostile Indians to -turn agabist
' ,- -, .----- '- ' lour Wagon Veins." The culprit is
. ; ''.. I Big Chief Greed. ,.' .The'A oollo
Says the committee report: '-- !spectators didn't Witness ; as we
"In addition to his business en- emcee'd The Palm Sptings (Calif.)
terprises, the committee finds that
Jaines R. ,Hoffa, grossly misued star-studded show Satdee night
Police Dept-Boys Club of America
some $2,400,000 in the funds of Loc Local
al Local 299, Joint Council 43 (Detroit). Lauren Baca)), dashing from her
the Michigan Conference of Team- kie's sleeve and sadly sav hello.,
sters and the Central Conference seat out front just to tug at Fran Franof
of Franof Teamsters This vast amount :
that NM all.
,Frank returned the salutebut
of 'money was dispensed in a wide
variety of matters, but the ex expenses
penses expenses have a common denominat- The chimp in Danny 'Kaye's
or: financial assistance to himself, "Merry Andrew" movie demon demoncronies,
cronies, demoncronies, and friends.", strates that monkey
amusing people. ,From Sheilah
are the Most
As tin committee dug through
other unions it found 'similar ottag: "I'm not sorry for the
Graham's essay in Motion Picture
"misuse's of almost $2,000,000 In 'financial failure (Ed. note: 12,-
perating Engineers; some $1100,- 000,000 fiasco) of the Burt Lances Lances000
000 Lances000 by Frank Brewster in the ter-Topy ,Curtis 'Sweet Smell of
Teamsters Western Conferences, Success.' They portrayed a col coland
and coland almost $200,000 in the old umnist and press agent too nasty
AFL United Textile Workert -- to be real. The public obviously
lost to list a few sums on a slid- didn't believe in either of them,'
ing ". The Hecht-Hill-Lancaster fir m
, may divorce, as a result, it is ru rune
ne rune gommittee can account for more& "Kewpie
the other amotmts --for never-inks dist is a darling. .Most prosper-,
The nation gotten so much mileage ous ,branch of the entertainment
out of an investigation. And I do realm is the record thank
mean mileage,During 1957, JIB to R and R and hi-fi. movie
staff traveled a total of 650,000 mag credits Shirley Jones with:
miles; They interviewed some 16,- "It's nice to be important but itIP
000 persons in 44 states. This made more important 'to be ,', Jt
it a ratio of 35 witnesses forievery- was born here a thousand years
one who actually took the stand. ago. They changed swell to, nice.
Bob Kennedy issued 2.740 subpenas Apparently, her press agent has a
for Individuals, bahk records, u- loonnnngggg memoryt
rtiom t.oholowpol ariti Ahoy 11.. o
Mame to e N.Y. 'editorial page
sneerer: The initial 75.000 printing
of J. Edgar Hoover's "Masters of
Deceit" was sold out in one week
.The rainbow splashes in tke
"South Pacinc"-movie represent I Imagination
magination Imagination at its most Imagina Imaginative,
tive, Imaginative, .Ed' Wynnts latest acting
gem portraying 'Uncle Samson
in "Marjorie Morningqtar"
makes him the King, of Diamonds
.'.The City Center ttas ouite
record this season. All of its mu musical
sical musical reVivals attracted raves.
And golden typewriters': N-ewsweek
reported that Edna Perbers k new
ook, "Ice Pike," was sold to
Warner Brothers for A350.000 this
15 per cent of the film's profits.
The alphabet can be mighty valua valuable.;
ble.; valuable.; itobert Peterson's essay 1:-
bout'lloberta Sherwood in the rt
throat tears over at this typewrit, that Mr.,Presley 'earned $2 mil mil.
. mil. er. Thankxxx.. -s, -, 2 bon last year. l'he figure is clos-
. ,,----. er to 63 million...A Hollywood Ins Ins'The
'The Ins'The advert for the "horror jot torian breathkssly reports: ,"Tbe
Dracula" movie includes tbis mer- only time Jayne Mansfield a n d
ry thought: "Every night be ris- her groom aren't kissing Is when
es from his'eallin-bed to seek the they aro asleep". ,...,.Mike, Todd
soft flesh, 'the Warm blood ,,he proved that a suctess is not one
needs to keep himself aliv e." who always 'succeeds. It's an In In(Ughhhhhh!).
(Ughhhhhh!). In(Ughhhhhh!). ',. .Don't miss the dividual who, refuses to be, licked
Reader's Digest tssay about con by defeat. ,' ,, -.
victs in Ohio. Peni tiary, 'who ,' I- '' .. -- -
are risking, can e 'in, a ,reseach Pageant mag discovered another
preject,.The e song' of "The mubversive' plot. An attempt if be beLong,
Long, beLong, Hot Sum er'! movie 'is' a lig made to degrade the martini.
cinch to become a popular sound. S(hellair Hill- giggled: "Martini
: .If newspaperman stuff if your at, tiawn!"). .Over 19 m 1111 o n
dish, another blue plate special is people witnessed Broidway shows
Allen i Churehill'e new book., "Pam this season. .Playwright i' John
Row.", Packed with fascinating Osborne .ettit school when he was,
yarns abotit the titsint,of joureal- 16. ...Meredith Willson, "The, Mu Muism,
ism, Muism, Nothing more poignant,than sic Matt's", wonderful nutsic-makElizabeth
Taylor's tommentt, Na er has parented 3 books with the
one ever will know jnst howuch darndest titles: ,"And There I
loved. mike Even our tights, amd Stood With My Piccolo." "Eggs,' I
welled plent;, were a sort 0 love.- Have-Laid" and "Who Did What
making,": 4, 2 ..-, to Fetialia?". :Whoopee, Moo Moo,
, Moo, ." ., r- tov and, Happy-Happy: Midtt-MilHollyWood
poddlito lts'old bliekdionaire Cecil ,Wolfson (a 'real
erg to itevee inspired a movie ex- good VD. and his ,charming wife
' ec's accurante size-up; 4041t,reminds Barbara have -reconciled. Sally
me of the plot we have all seen Ann Howes,, the fair lady in "31,
. in scores of Western movies., Part Fair Lady," was a child star. Iler
of our itdustry is selling guns to tether, incidentally, is one of Brit Briti
i Briti ithe hostile Indians to -turn agskst a 's leaditg comedians. .Don't
lour Wagon 'trains." The culprit is ss Sugar Ray's speech. of grat grat.1
.1 grat.1 Big Chief Greed. '''.' .The''A polio i de in,the',thrilling fight films.
Big Chief Greed. .The A p o 11 0
a et Theatre (on West 42nd) has been
exhibiting foreign movies for 2
strates that monkey are the Most
!rho forthcoming "Spy
amusing people. .,,From.Sheilah in the Sky" movie includes smug
wi n" D ma nonvyi e K
Graham's essay in Motion Picture gled footage of the launching of
mag: I'm not sorry for the the Sputnik. t '.Dollywood's ban
financial failure (Ed. note: 12,- Collins, a thoughtfol temptressin temptressin000,000
000,000 temptressin000,000 fiasco) of the Burt Lances- fosmed an interviewer: "There'
ter-Topy ,Curtis 'Sweet Smell. of no soch thing as an ex-boy. friend
Success. They portrayed a,- col- where I'm concerned. I always
lumnist and press agent too nasty try to leave a man with. the feel feelto
to feelto be real. The public obviouslY ing that We'll be together again.
didn't believe in either of them," (Thatz-a-g000d-girr11)
According to previiwers, r' Dean
Martbt demonstrates he's goite an
actor tn '."I'he Young Lions" mo movie...,
vie..., movie..., .Critics 'are like this: 'Time
mag's movie-menace devoted re review
view review to spotting flaws in a. film,
hen conlluded by describing it as
"mighty entertaining". ."Saddle
in the Wind". is undoubtedly an A Adult
dult Adult Western..It has the right pur purty
ty purty prairie Dower telliog the heroic
hombre: "You kiss like you pal'
money for the privilege",'. Spin
"Chasing Shadows," a hippety-hoppety
melody; Itocknrollers won't
appreciate Benny Goodman's piece
in Good Housekeeping, but those
who enjoy MUSIC Will. In Movie Movieville
ville Movieville the sour-gripers dismiss tee teevee
vee teevee as "the 'little box with the lit little
tle little window"( .The ouote of the
week is Zst sa's: "I ,clon't be.
neve in moneyI like to
'spend it." ,-;. -
.'.The City Center' has oulte a ,'A Saturday Review ,.. essay .. de derecord
record derecord this season. All of its mu- bunks the, idea that the., film in inst..14
st..14 inst..14 sical reVivals attracted raves, .. dustry IS not far from its final
And golden typewriters': N-ewsweek gasp. And offers facti to prove it.
reported that Edna Parbers k new '..Dody Goodman's self-portratt:
ook, "Ice Palce," was sold to "I'm a caricature of m ysel 1."
Warner Brothers for th350GOO this (Huh?). '. .Have a switch:, The
15 per cent of the film's profits. mexxanine pews for the forthcom forthcomThe
The forthcomThe alphabet can be mighty valua- intt Lunt-Pontanne show will be
ble.; .1tobert Peterson's essay iced hitthec than tbe orchestra.
bout.Roberta Sherwood in the rt- Tnnv Perkins,. fee per t ti rt.
day N.Y. Journal-Aterican' made $150,000. .The papers reported
110TELES IIITERAIIERICA1'OS S' A ''-''
!The shareholders of 'Hotels' Interamricanoi,
, S.. A. ere hereby notified that.the 'annual pieeting of
yshareholders will be held at, 8:00 Wednesday,1
April 16th,' 1958, at Hotel El Panama'. Hilton,' Via' Es Es'
' Es' paa' No. ,111, Panama City,' Republic af Pananiall
for the following puTposer.', ,
reporf:of the' President. : :
2..Approval oU, Inventories 'and Balances for
the ear 1956L ,
of the Board'. of Directors.. -
1 .!t,-,Any theYmatt.etelPiLl,resenteCto,,tha,,As-,,,,.
semblys -, : ROBERTO EISENMANN
:, ,,, President,'
:Leonard Bornstein's music appre appreciation
ciation appreciation tvlectures are enlighten enlightening
ing enlightening and entertaining. He gives Cul
cha the hotqlyr touch. Quit e ,a
feat. .Quiz shows invariably fail
to answer this query; Are they
entertaining?, r. .Ernest
way points out: "Imitators are al alWO'S
WO'S alWO'S bad imitators and are poor
advertisements for the originals"
Thanks, Papal) liverage 1
age of "The West Side Story" east
is 23. ;,,The Music Hall stage
show has only 2 hours of dress re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal before its first verform verform&nee.
&nee. verform&nee. Beverly Lunsford, the 11-
year-old darling who is ao Pod
-"The Rope Dancers," is a tv
product. Made her debut- at 4.
Sugar -Bay's triumph, was amaz amazing.
ing. amazing. Re' defeated the one Cham Champion
pion Champion who has never lost a fight:
Soviets Rear hew
- LONDON (IIP)---British rocket
experts said today ,,, that Soviet
scientists -were working at "high
pressure" on a new project
their rocket ranges near Stalin Stalingrad.
grad. Stalingrad. One theory was that a huge
satellite was being designed to
carry a dog into space and bring
it- back alive.
Members of the. British Inter Interplanetary
planetary Interplanetary Society, reported they
had been informed through van vanoucscientific
oucscientific vanoucscientific sources that Soviet
rocket .scientists had been travel travelling
ling travelling from their usual research
posts presumablY to the rocket
L. Carter. an official of the
British .society. said indications
pointed to intense activity at the
rocket slea,' but he doubted it
necessarily meant a new satellite
firing was imminent-.
"I doubt they would do it in
the absence of such' an, important
space scientist as Prof., Sedov,
who, is, I understand( out. of the
country., But certainly something
seems to be under way. They are
obviously Working at high pres pressure."
sure." pressure." ,, ,
Carter said the Russians mere
interested Ati returning a dog dogcarrying
carrying dogcarrying satellite from space be because.
cause. because. "it wou'd deeply impresa
Western scientists, for example...
and that's) a. very attractive idea
to the Soviet researchers,"
'"I would prove they had sblved
tbe problem of re.entry into the
atmosphere and really .opened the
way to minned space flight. And
if the dog tame back alive from
an orbit this would capture the
imagination o: the world." he
I said., ;
- .. 0
stage hints trickled out of Moscow!
last week regarding the banning
Auture II-bomb tests.
First came a cabled report from
the American Embassy tu AtOZCQW
regarding a cocktail party at
much hikita Khrushehev talked
or an hour with the Swedish Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador about disarmament.
He said Russia's new atomic
tests had been so successad that
Russia had enough atomiehydro atomiehydrogen
gen atomiehydrogen bombs to poison the entire
world, and that Russia would now
stop all Wither exploions. -;
Khrusbehev appeared to be' dead
soberHe was. not drinking.
He added gleefully that unilater unilateral
al unilateral action by Russia in stopping H Hbomb
bomb Hbomb tests would put the United
States on trial be ore the wor d for
proceeding with its H-bomb tests
in mid-Pacific this spring..,-
Tbe Swedish ambassador was so
impressed by t b I s 'conversation
that he tipped' off his fellow am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors and the American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy cabled the conversation to
This was why President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, hastily annoimced at his
press conference one day later thAt
the United States would invite for foreign
eign foreign observers to view the Pacific
H-bomb tests, especially our
"clean" bomb, whichls not sup suptiosed
tiosed suptiosed to have dangerous radioac-,Emphasis
on the clean bomb
was given in order to offset expect expected
ed expected Russian elnphasis on the poi
son spread from strontium 90, (the
most deadly aftermath from nuc nuclear
lear nuclear explosions: ,,,
Illeinwhile, the American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Dddscow kept up a steady
bombardment of cables, to -Washington.
It warned the State Depart Department
ment Department to be prepared or spectacw spectacwar
ar spectacwar news developments in Russia,
It also reported another acktail
conversation at which Khrushchev
had told the Canadian ambassador
that all production of il-bombs
should be stopped -at once.
,WASHINGTON Dramatic back backlage
lage backlage hints trickled out of Moscow
ast week regarding the banning
4 luture 1-1-homb tests.
First came a cabled report from
he American Embassy in AtOZCOW
'egarding a cocktail party at
winch hikita Khrushchev talked
or an hour with the Swedish Am Amiassador
iassador Amiassador about disarmament.
He said Russia's new atomic
;ests had been so successad that
Russia had enough atomichydro
len bombs to poison the entire
world, and that Russia would nom
stop all further exploions.
Khrushchev appeared to be dead
soberHe was. not drinking.
He added gleefully that unilater
al action by Russia in stopping H
bomb tests would put the Unite(
States on trial be ore the wor d fin
proceeding with its H-bomb tests
in mid-Pacific this spring...
The Swedish ambassador was Si
impressed by tbis, conversatim
that he tipped' off his iellow am
bassadors and the American Em
bassy cabled the conversation ts
- This was why President Eisen
bower, hastily annoimced at hi
press conference one day later th4
the United States would invite lot
eign observers to view the radii
H-bomb tests, especially ou
"clean" bomb,. whichle not sill
posed to have dangerous radios(
Live fallout. ,
-Emphasis on the clean bom
was given in order to offset expec
ed Russian ehmhasis on the pc
SOU spread from strontium 90, (th
most deadly aftermath from niu
Meanwhile, the American En
bassy in Mdscow kept up a stead
bombardment of cables, to Ara&
ington. It warned the State Depar
ment to be prepared or spectacu
ar news developments In RussL
It also reported another ackta
conversation at which Khrushch(
had told the Canadian ambassadi
that ,all production of H-boml
should be stopped -at once.
,Both the United States and Ru
Ma, Kbrushchev added, would tin
have twice as many bombs as ei
necessary to bill ad the people
When this was cabled, to Was
ington by the American Ember
Moscow it inspired State' D
partment advisers to suggest to
that he leave the door open for ti
ending of H-bomb tests even wit
out banning H-borab productio
That was why' Eisenhower dro
ped this hint at his 'press confe
All this, ca ed baCk to as
ington, put the State .Departme
, and the White House in,a state
diplomatic heebie-jeebies, waiti
for the Kremlins next move, whi
, Was the announcement of the b
Now Mdiscow has really go
t throgilh with the banning of
miclear weapon tests, regardless
the IJSA, it is a big victory
three men who have taken a
of punishment in the past. Tb
N Harold Stassen who has
I gued himself blue in the face
y Eisenhower and Dulles that i
Russians 10'1 sign a disarmami
pact, 'but was fired for his pa
r and has now gone back to Penns
It Adis! Stevenson who, dur
e the 1956 presidential race) urs
the end of H-bomb testing,
pointed out that we were sic
L. mulating enough deadly poison,
d strontium 90 in the air to endan,
the future health of the world, s
, that the USA' should lead the v
,,,,- in banning these tests.
tt Stevenson was promitly
ed by Eisenhower. in a speech
which said Stevenson's prot
, al eeuld ,,"lead only to con-us
,Both the United States and Bus.
sia, Kbrushchey added, would then
have twice as many bombs as are
necessary to kill all the people In
, ( ,71 r
Ily 1111111 PEARSON
When this was cabled, to Wash.
ington by the American Embassy
IN Moscow it inspired State' De Department
partment Department advisers to suggest ta lite
that he leave the door open for the
ending of H-bomb tests even with.
out banning H-borab production.
That was why' isenhower drop drop,
, drop, ped, this hint at his 'press confer:
All this, cab ed baCk to -Wash.
ington, put the State Pepartment
and the White House loa state o(
diplomatic heeblejeebies, waiting
for the Kremlins next move, which
Was the announcement of the ban
on tests 1'
, Now Moscow has really gone
throggh with the banning of all
nticlear weapon tests, regardless 'o
the USA, it ,is a big victory for
three mel who have taken a lot
of punishment in the past. They
Harold Stassen',who has ard
gued himself blue in the face to
Eisenhower and Dulles that the
Russians wi'l sign a disarmament
pact, but wis fired for his pains
and has now gone back to Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. ,
Adis! Stevenson who, during
the 1956 presidential race) urged
the end of H-bomb testing, He
pointed out that we were accu accumulating
mulating accumulating enough deadly poisonous
strontium 90 in the air to endanger
the future health of the world, and
that the USA should lead tht way
in banning these tests.
Steveason was promptly Ilenoune
ed by Eisenhower. in a speech in
which said Stevenson's propos proposal
al proposal Mild Plead only to con-usion
at home and misunderstancEng
broad." Nixon denounced Adis' as
proposing 'catastrophic nonsense.'
Democratic leaders estimated toat
Ad lai's proposal lost them sever-
al million votes. , z
Actually, Eisenhower had &geed
at a National Security Council
meeting in September, ,ust beiore ik
the Stevenson proposal, to explore
ban o, H-bomb tests. But for
political reasons be reversed him himself.
Dr. Robert Oeppenheimer who I
was kicked out of government be because
cause because he warned that the H-bomb
might endanger humah health and
urged that the United States set
an example to the world by ban banning
ning banning it. For bolding ,these views,
he was purged by Adm. Lewis
Strauss, head of the Atomic Ener-
'Note 4- rew "elose to Eisenhow-
er will dare suggest it to him, but
a lot of good Republicans are more "r'
and more convinceo ike should t I
drop two men on whom he leans 411'
heavily ; John Foster Dul es as
Secretary of State and Admiral p
Strauss, head of Atomic Energy.
These two are credited with
ing led American foreign. polity,
and Ameriian atomic policy to the
lowest state, of world prestige
year& , : J
MIKE' TODD AND
, PRIVATg .PLANES
Editor Walter L.' Hart of the
Morgantown, W. Va., Dominion
News who is sometling of an avia aviation
tion aviation expert, maintains that there'a
more risk rom dying private plan planr
r planr es than commercial airliner and
that if Mike Todd hadn't been ',
crossing the USA in 'his own priv- ,
ate plane he ivouldn't 'have come
to but untimely death.
t My own investigation at the Civ.
r il Aeronautics Authority bears ihis
Latest, CAA figures show that
airplane accidents in private lire
p anes are -twice as great as those
on commercial airliners, In 1950,
1700 air carriers had 47 acculen'a,
or about 3 percent: But 28,000 prl
ate.,business or pleasure planea
had 1700 accidents, or 6 per cent.
t What frequently happens is that
the OVIler of the plane tells his pile,
ot ter ily even when the weather
is bad or borderline. A commer.
dal pilot has the final decision re.
garding a flight. Theoretically a
private pi.ot does too, tut when
the boss urg-s him to ily re ,rd
less of weal r he usually. cs.s,
'Sectirites he ts throw,' nee
times he doesn't. ,
, 'e -a
, About 15 years before Rob Robert
ert Robert Fulton built his first steam steampowered
powered steampowered boat, John Fitch had ;
constructed a steamboat and
had demonstrated it on the
Delaware River at Philactel- f'
phis. The 45-foot boat' was
launched in August, 1787, and
it travelekalong the river at
four miles' an hour. In 1788,
Fitch launched a longer, nar-
rower and testes' boat.
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' ,-' and Seattle.
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nd..!eig i- : '''''!''' '1.1''''''
ated toat t It
n sever- :
d &geed .(':,'
at beiore it ik.
a explore P,
sed Iiim- N 0
r ,-- who I
ment be- 1 4,
H-bomb 1 ,
alth and :
tates set s'
by ban- I
so views. ;
a. Lewis :,
aie Ener- ,
bim, but 141 ik 9,
are morR ilt
a. should', t ,,
he leans 41 t
Dul es as
, Admiral IT 1
with hav-1 ,,,,,'", ',
gn pollel, 'Ay.,
acy to he --N, a to,
estige in 1)
, : ' 4-71 'T.....,..0"- ''''- ?' I .7,-:. A' ,,..2. stop all further exploZons. - i Dr. Robert Deppenheimer w-- who i
, 0,, ,,
lip? (- Kluushchev appeared to be'dead was kicked out of government be- e 4
, ,-' Lo-e've s ,ft, ,- ,,'' sober-He was. not drinking. cause he warned that the H-bomb 1 '.,
. .- --,, ir e, ,- -.,,, , might endanger humae health and '. .t 't
, A" n .,,
pl,,, 41e ,, ,- : He added gleefully that unilater- urged that the United States set ,, ; 't
t-,;-' -, Ns, ".1a2 o al action by Russia in stopping ti- an example to the world by ban- ;
S, SIZ 'll, ,, ,, (1,
404;',v- bomb tests' would put the United ning IL For bolding these views,
, i i
, -.-- , V 101. I 1 . - : 4, s 1' i States on trial be ore the wor d for he was purged by Adm. Lewis :t
-- re,tew------ -.:-. ,, Of.' '-''s -.,..-. '-', ., ,,- proceeding with its H-bomb tests Strauss, head of the Atomic Dlr. , 4."
'--- -A,'' I . ''' '''',.' '.;.f-':,?:, , i, in mid-Pacifie this spring... gy Commission; ,
. -- --''''''''''. fib -' t't-';': 44,K. '' 7 The Swedish ambassador was so ' t ' y
,. 1 , :,,,,,::"II-,,,' le-:-Als-44-1-4'-.. ., .::-.4;!,-,: '-,'1,,, -,!,!!-y,,3.,:!..,.., ':, impressed by tit 1 s conversation Note 4- rew Close to EISOnliOw- ,- '
,,,,, ,. ' ; Vi!-,' ':, '' '; ',,'"-:,' that he ti ad' off his ellow am- er will dar su st it t b. b t
- 5.;,---r,:' t.,4' ,,,,'..--,,v, ,,,,. , 1 I u r!.., .1,.; .,,., ....,. .:n,4,,,,.,..., , pp i e gge o im, u. to iik,"
Et, ';,.7":',14'..''-: i.i,4""ix'' ', ,,,Li..a.A. ., tto,,,,A,4,..,,. .,., ,,,, .' ,,,.; 4,,,,,,-,&t,,,..4.0...t., bassadors and the American Em- a lot of good Republicans are more f
- jf .6 ,,,,! I, -,-'";.,' II ''.2 ..,,,','',2?,,,s',,;14,,,,,..- 41'' ,,,,, no ,l1.4-.--1'-'-ii:,,-,,i,,,,,l' ,.:-,, bassy cabled the conversation to and more convinceo ike should t i
...., it,,b,,, .,.,.... 1 t ;..,ly ek,,,,,,y'a i , 4,, k,,, J.4,,stivc .,, ;:-. Washington-1 ,' drop two men. on whom he leans 40' 4'.
'.. litIt'4,. Oe'tA,, ,L,,i1,1 !-
' 1 t44,1441'..170 l -- 1. 1'
. , .,,,,,
skorr ,,,); .. cower, nastily annoimced at his Secretary of State and (Admiral, i 1
4,1t the Ilnited States would invite for- These two are 'credited with .hav-1.,,I
fr eign observers to view the Pacific ing led American foreign. polity', 7w,,'
'. H-homb tests, e s p e c 1 a 1 1 y, our and Amerilan atomic policy to the I,'
, ,,t, ,,,, -A-11:,,---,,,,,t,,,,,L, ,., ,.. This was why President Eisen.- heavily --; John Foster Dul es as:ft,' ', ;
. A fe, press conference one day later thet Strauss, head of Atomic Energy. .,
tt ,-,-,v-t i "clean" hombi. whichle not sup- lowest state of world prestige in 1
t i e., ?. tiosed to have dengerous radioac- Years- $ :. .-- 1
fl; -,Emphasis on the Clean bomb ''' MIKE TODD AND r'
ir.:. I was given in order to offset expect- : ., PRIVATg .PLANES ." ; Iii
4:: 'Ille."-.. ) ,0
'.. .,7NE.0 'Tice, itc.,,, J 1 ed Russian einphasie on the poi "'' I '' '' '
...A.. t 4A 1,411:40,IARANWAKIKAi4iitlg
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I ? , ,.. , ,- , , , ,, . most deadly aftermath from nue- Morgantown, W. Va., Dominion
: , '. L. ,. , .- ',"' i ., - lear explosions: ,f., ' News who is someihing Of ait avia- t.'
' . ''' '' ' '-':. ''. ,ig' '. Meanwbile;. 6'; 'A-m.'er'ica- n Em" mtlreexrrritt4rommaiirlyttngapt4rivaatttehperiaen'l ''
bassy in Mescow kept up a steady es than commercial airliner4 and ' i '''
' bombardment of cables, to -Wash. that if Mike Todd hadn't been ''
. .. 1 , .. '. -. -... ,, - ington. It warned the State Depart- crossing 'the USA in bis own eriv-. ' 11 10
',., ' , --- 0 ..--. ,, .- ,.,., ,,,,,. ,, .. , ment to be prepared or spectacle- ate plane he ivouldn't bave come l'
. , - , , , ., .- , ' , , .,. ar news developments in Russia, to his untimely death. ,. , 0
' SROADWAY BUBBLES throat tears over at thiS typewrit that lir. Presley 'earned S2 mil- It also reported another acktall ."- .., ,',. , v.! ' 4
, ,.! , - i er. Thankxxx,. ... -',,, :,,,.' lion last"year. l'he figure is clos- conversation at which Khrushchev My own investigation at the Civ. 4: 'II
Ironically, only, few-months a- .',-: ., , ,. , er to SS million.' .ei Hollywood his- had told the Canadian ambassador il Aeronautics Authority beers ibis :
iens psrhiovwate tb,airat. ., ,
go, Mike Tod informed a reporter: ''The advert, for the "Mirror jet torian breathkssly reports: ,,"The that 'all production of il-bombs out. .' ,, .. -'
, .. .,
'1'he only trouble with good luck Dracula" movie includes tbis Met- onlY time JaYne Mansfield 1 a n d ehould be stopped et once. ' . ',
it must turebad. ry thought: "Every night be ris- her groom aren't kissing Is when ,.; , , ,,. ,- -. -, ., airLpalteanset'
i ngre resa,t tans 1,11i9o5sGe, ''
is 'that you -know
You can't beat the law of averag- es from his'ecdfin-bed te seek the they are aileep". . -Mike, Todd ,Both' the United States and Rus aCte Al d e
es". :stop fretting bent Pvt. soft flesh, 'the Warm blood..., he PrOved that a Suceess is not one sia, Kbrushchev added, would then oPnanceosmamreer-tewialictienotsguriarsi
Presley, folks. Ms monthly record needs to keep himself a I iv e." who always 'succeeds..It's en in- baVe twice as many bombs as -are
royalties will: give him almost es (ughttimbno,', Don,t ,miss the Cdvidual who refuses to be, licked necessary te kill ail the people in 1700 air carriers had 47 acciden'a, :
much as Generals earn annually. Reader's 'Digest tssay about con bY def,, et..at,,,.... .1-, ',H.:: .... -,:' ....,.. t.h.eivo,r,l,d,s. i, -,. ,. ,, ; ,, ohartaedabblo7u0oustmaaetsspeeidroeprnentspt:i.e0Barusuteriegior&picaenpnert.; ,,. ,., ., :
, Sul Brynner, the ragamuffin. victs 'hi Ohio. Peni tiarY-- whO
Wh-at' fr: eqt.tently 'happen' s 'jai: ha-t'' ,. 'ii
basi a sign on bin dressing room are risking, can e 'in, a ,reseach Pageant mat; discovered another When this was cabled, to wash wash.The
.The wash.The e song' of "The subversive' plot. An attempt if be- ington by the American Embassy
ot' to' ily even when the weather
'reading: "It Rhymes With Shiner" preject.
. : Aim Novak doesn't make a Loeg,'Ilot Sum er': movie 'is' it lig made to degrade the maruni. IN Moscow it inspired State' De- 't
is bad or borderline. A commer.,
move without consulting her horo- cineh to become a popular Sound- E(hellah'' Hill, giggled: i'Martinis partment advisers to suggest tot. lite the Owner of the Plane tette his pH-. ,, ,"
cis' nilot has the final decision re-
scope. .it was, inevitable. An uP- : .If newspaperman stuff if your at. dawnl"); ,.,,Over 10 milli o n tbot be leave the door open for the
coming Mcker is titled: "I ,Mar dish, 'another blue plate special is people witnessed Broadway 'shows ending of H-bomb tests even with- I,
ried a Monster rroM Outer Space" -Allen, Chilrehill'S, Dew book,, "Park, this season:, .playwright ',' John out banning H-bomb production.
'. i" -Talk about Aire; The, credits Row.",' Packed with fascinating Osborne. eitit school when he was That was why' Eisenhower drop- garding a flight. Theoretically a
for the "Paris HolidaY" ,n1 0 v i a yarns aboilt the titsnx,of jeureal- 1E, -Meredith Willson, "The, Mu- Ped tbia hint at his Presa confer- private pi'ot does too, tut when
note:' "Produced by, Mr.'', Robert ism, Nothing more poignant,than sic Mait's",Wonderful mesie-mak- ence. ,, :, ,,,
,., ., the boss urens bim to fly re -rd.
Hope," (Gee whi21;11; -1Iedda reT Elizabeth Taylor's,eommentti "Na er has parented S' hooks with the t, t, ,, ,,, i .. -
, , less of. weal r h usu II
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pot "I believe; arloig Brand one ever will,know just hov4nueli darndest titles: ,"And '1'here i, 1 All this, c-ab'ed baCk ''to -wash- c
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bate& all wolues,1 tHaltahshaha I loved' Wks, 'Eves our figbfs, an,d Stood' With My Piccolo." ,"Eggs, 1 ingten, put the StateDepartment Imes e oesn t. A '-- , ;
hal), .,0, bit of drama' the. ,400E welled Dlent, were a sort 0 love.- Have -Laid" and "Who Did What and the White House in.a state 0, , ''. :',R I
tators didn't Witness i as we makinci : ,,, i.,,..... .:,, , ,.,,, ... i to Eedalia?". 'Whoopee, Moo- diplomatic heebie-jeebies, 'waiting ----1 '' ',,
' emcee'd The Palm SPlingS (Calif.) i ,- ., ..' ,- ''', tov and, Happy-Happy: Multi-Mil- for the Kremlins next move, whieh ; i ,L,, l'it,
Police Dept-Boys Club of America Hollywood' piddling its'olit btici lionaire ,Ceeil ,waltaon (a r a a 1 was the anneuncement'al the ban' 71V1114,r, t i ..
1 star-studded shoW,Satdee n 1 g b tt erg to itevee inspired a movie ex- good 'Iel)2and his .eherming wife On tests., t,.'..: .1" -',,,,.,' ,.', ,i 1, 0' 4 ( r
Lauren Bacell. dashing from her ec's accurante size-up:,,71t,reminds Barbara have Tecouciled. -, Sally ' t ''', ', ' .1.'' '' f I F ) pi I
seat out front just to tug at, Fxan- me of the plot we have all seen Anu Howes the fair lady hi "Iii, -.2 ',. BEIATED VICTORY ' J
aitermatn from nue- piorgantown, W. Va., Dominion
- - ' .- ,- , ., .. ' lear explosions- .. ,. News who is someihing of art avia avia,
, avia, ..
. ., - ,, bon expert, maintains that there'a
Ideanwhile,. the American Em- more risk rom dying private plan planbassy
bassy planbassy in 316scow kept up a steady es than commercial airliner4 and
' bombardment of cables, to -Wash. that if. Mike Todd hadn't been
; , -, . -.. ,... . ington. It warned the State Depart. crossing the USA in 'his own oriv oriv's,
's, oriv's, ' ' , ---- o -0----- ., .,, ,,,.,, ..,.. ,, .. ,. ment to be prepared or speetaew. ate plane he ivouldn't 'have come
. , , ,., , , , ,. ar news developmtnts In Russia, to but untimely death.
' $R0ADwAy BUBBLES throat tears over at tMa typ,ewrit that Ilr.,PreSleY 'earned S2 mil- It also reported another acktaii , ' ''
- ,- , ,- - 1 er. Thankiinx, :. ..s,, 7, ,.,, bon last year. l'be figure is clos- conversation at which Khrushchev My own investigation at the Clv.
Ironically, only, few-months a- ',' : ,,' , ,,------ , er to $3 million. A Hollywood his- had told the Canadian ambassador 11 Aeronautics Authority bears ihis
to, Mike Tod informed a reporter: 'The advert for the "horror ,,e1 torian breathkssly reports: ,"Tbe that all production of H.bombs out. -; ', '.
- airplane aecidents in private air air'The
'The air'The only trouble yith good luck Dracula" movie includes this Met- onlY time JaYne Mansfield a n d Mould be stopped -at once. ''' '. '"--
8 that youknow it must turnbad. ry thought: "Every night be ris- her grOom aren't kissing Is when ,,1 ,, - , t, -, Latest, CAA figures show that
You can't beat the law of averan- es from his'colfin-bed te seek the they are asleep". . -Mike, Todd ,Both' the United States and Rue
on commercial airliners, In 1959,
!s". Stop fretting bent Pvt. soft flesh, 'the warm blood, he proved that a suceess is not one sia, KbrushcheV added, would then P anes are-twice as great as those
Presley, folks. Ms monthly record needs to keep himself a I iv e." who always 'succeeds. It's an in- haVe twice as many bombs as are
Tyallies will' give him almost as (ugbhhhhbo..,,. :Don,t, miss the clivinual who refuses to be licked necessary t9 laill ail the people in 1700 air carriers had 47 accideea,
much as Generals earn annually, Reader's 'Digest tssay about eon by defeat. ,;:.,,,-, ,, ,, ,. the world, - , or about 3 percent: But 28,900 pri
the Qwner of the plane
. Sul Brynner, the ragamuffin. victs in Ghio, peni fiery., 1,vho ,' 1.- '',.' -- -. ....- 4 .. ,.- i 1 ,, ; '-' ,, : ate',business or pleasure planei
What frequently happens is 'that
nolo sign on his dressing room are risking, can e 'in, a ,reseach Pageant man discovered another When this was cabled, to wash- had 1700 accidents,. or 6 per cent.
reading: !,'It Rhymes with sinner,' proiect,- The e song of "The subversive' plot. An attempt if be- ington by the American Embassy ' '', -. :
, : Aim Novak doesn't Make a Loog, Hot Sum er'! movie 'is' a Itg made to degrade the martini. LN MoScow it inspired State, De- ,',
move without consulting her horo- cineh to become a popular sound. S(hellah Hill.. giggled: "Martini partment advisers to suggest to Ike tells his pil.
scope. .It was inevitable. An up- : af newspaperman stuff if your at, tlawn!"). ,''.Over 19 m 1111 0 n that he leave the door open for the ot to' lly even when the weather
coming flicker is titled: 411 ,Mar dish, 'another blue plate special is PeoPle witnessed Broadway 'shows ending of H-bomb tests even with- is bad or borderline. A commer
ried a Monster From Outer SPace" Alleo,Churehill's new book,, "Park, this season:, -Playwright i' John out banning 11-borab production. cial nilot has the final decision re
; .,-.Talk abod airs,: The credits Row.",' Packed with fascinating Osborneetrit school when he was That was why' Eisenhower drop- garding a flight. Theoretically a
for the "Paris Holiday" ,n1 0 'v i a yarns abotit the titans,of jeuroal- 16. -Meredith Willson, "The, Mu- PO this hint at his 'presa confer- private pi'ot does too. tut whet
note:' "Produced by, Mt'', Robert ism, Nothing more poignant,than sic Mali's", Wonderful milsie-mak- owe :., ,,,., .. ..,., .. the boss ure-s him to fly re .,rcl
Hope," (Gee whiS1;11; .Iledda reT Elizabeth Taylor's,tommentt, "Na er has parented 3' hooks with the I t '' ,, ,,, i .. --, Irss of, weal r he usually, es.
porta: "I believe; art Brand one ever wilLknow just bov4nueli darndest titles: ."And There I All this, &died bark ''to -Wash. p,,eti.rhes he ,, ts thrOur' ,ne,
bate& an women.'t illahahahaha. I loved' Mike, Even eur fighla: and Stood' With My Piccolo." ,"Eggs,' 1 ington, put the StateDepartment
t mes he doesn't. A, '--
,ild 1 '
hal X ..at bit of drama 'the. ,4000 welled plenty, were a sort 0, love.- Have -Laid" and Who Did What And the White House in,a state a( , ,
spectators didn't Witness as we makinci : 4., i ,.,.. .:,, , ,. ... to pedalia?". ',Whoopee, Moo- diplomatic heebie-jeebies, 'waiting ---1
emcee'd The Palm SPrings (Calif.) i , ., ..' ; ,- -,. tov and, Happy-Happy: Multi-Mil- for the Kremlins next move, whieh I t.,,, lie
Police Dept-Boys Club of America Hollywood piddling its'elit bbelp. lionaire teril ,Woltson (a r e a I Was the announcement'of the ban' 71,11, 1,,,.' t -11---i
star-studded show,Satdee n I g h t-, erg to itevee inspired a movie ex- good inl)-and his charming wife On tests. 1", ',.. ,,,,,' ,,' ,, g ( r
Lauren Bacall dashing from ber ee's accurante size-up; ',It:reminds Barbara have Teconeiled. Sally , ' , 1
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seat out front just to tug at Fran- me of that plot we have all seen Ann Howes the fair lady hi !la, ,,, BP.ATED yICTORY ,
lde's sleeve and sadly say hello,. in scores of Western movies., Part Fair Lady," was a child star. Iler -' ', ' ,, , i .... ,,, -, - I
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, , , First came a cabled report from Adlai's proposal lost them sever.,
- the American Embassy tu Moscow al million votes. , ,
. oom --. ..-f-,,, 1,p:?7,,, ., ,,, regarding a cocktail party at , :,(
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, langer, Leslie Berger, Veronica
, Elennerhassett, Randy Coate, Era Era'
' Era' ily Hearne, Claire Waite.
Junior High Honor -Roll: Caroll
Bruland, Michael Burza. Robert,
, r Evans, Harriet Hewitt, J.Clatille'
I Lang, Jean Van der Heyden.
1 1 "B" Honor roll listed a total of
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t Linda Cavender, Allred Cahn, Bon Bon',
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sen. Eisen. Andrea Grebien, Judy Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, Katherine Kicikas, Cecilia
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Livia Lippincott, Gile sM,a r t I n,
Jim McCaffrey, FrRnnes Siegfried,
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The Junior High School included debrind, Frances Lloyd, Ila m e
a total of 33 members on the B Magazin, Wanda Scott, Pat Steil,
Honor Roll: John Waino, Lawrence Wilder,
Eighth Grade: Nilda Apont e,1Jimmy Williford, Thomas Wilson.
Transportation Bureau WI IIS
Gvernor's' Safety Tropht
The winning o! the governor governorpresident
president governorpresident safety trophy is a note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy acluvereent, Canal Zone
Gov. W. E. Potter told empoyes
of the Transportation and Termi Terminals
nals Terminals Bureau yesterday during a
ceremony in which he presented
the 1957 safety trophy to B, L
Everson,. director of the bureau.
The presentation took place at
10:30 a.m. ,on Pier 8 in Cristo CristoGov.
Gov. CristoGov. Hugh M.- Arnold, Canal or organization
ganization organization bureau and department
heads, Safety -Branch representa representatives
tives representatives from the various units, em employes
ployes employes ,of the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau, and representa representatives
tives representatives of -various shipping compa companies
nies companies who have. offices on tbe Isth,
in addition to the fact that the
bureau's work includes such high
risk operations as stevedoring and
railroading, the Governor -'fouhd
it was especially significant that
irk the short space oi five years,
the Transportation and Terminals
Bureau bad worked its- way up
from the last position in percen percentage
tage percentage of improvement to first, po position.;
sition.; position.; "This means," he said, ,"That
every, man on the job cooperated
in the- safety 'program, and t h e
accomplishment reflects the inter interest
est interest shown by' you and members
of your- organiatiot in ,,-- the ad advancement
vancement advancement of our accident preven prevention
tion prevention program, It also means that
there 'are large number of em:
ployes who are now enjoying good
health ,who might have been
maimed, itdured, or even killed."
- Other safety awards presented to
Transportation and Terminal em employes
ployes employes during the. ceremony' were
50 governor-president salety a awards
wards awards to division heads and 461
30-year safety certificatts includ-1
ing 30 gold 'keys' -representing t301
years of, employment without al
disabling accident. Silver keys
were given to' 16 other employes
who had cmpleted 20 years with without
out without a disabling aceiden t.' All
these were presented by 'Arnold.
At the same time, new awards
were given to 21 supervisors lor
having no acCidents to their men
during 1957, and awards Were
made to a representative of each
of 16 units for a similar record.
These awards, which are certifi certificates
cates certificates signed by Arnold, were pre presented
sented presented personally by Everson.
The Transportation and Termi Terminals
nals Terminals Barau is a iirst-time tvinner
of the annual safety troph y.
When the plan was first adopted
';or the calendar year 1953, the
bureati had had 92 disabling inju injuries
ries injuries and 7,052 lost-time days.
By 1957, however, the transpor transportation
tation transportation and Terminals Bureau had
reduced its disabling injuries 'to
28 and its time loss to 848 days
or an improvement of 64 per ceet
in its disabling injury frequency
rate pver its own calendar three,
The first governor-president tro trophy
phy trophy was presented in April 1954
on the basis of the record tor the
preceding calendar year. it was
won by the Health Bureau. This
bureau won it again in 1955 and
1956. The winner for 1954 TS the
former Community Services Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, nay consolidated, with the
Supply and Community Service Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. -
NEW YORK, 'April 5
The 'American Merchant, Marine
Institute, comprising 70 companies
which operate three fourths of U.
S. ships. yesterday postponed a
decision off whether to defend the
Practice of 'American, ships fly flying
ing flying under foreign flags.
Nine million tons of tr. S shin shinning
ning shinning out of a total of 24,000,000
tons operates under foreign flags.
Most such ships are tankers. A
special committee had been pro proposed
posed proposed by somt members of the
institute to deal with the prob problems
lems problems of these ship-owners.
Other members of the Institute,
however; who COntine their oper operations
ations operations to U.S. flag vessels had
opposed any action on the ground
that it Would lead to difficulties
with the shipping 'unions if the
organization attempted to defend
the .use of foreign registrations.
7- n.., n.,01.4"1 17, Lii4.;) iluy I.A.1
II ,,,, .... I it 1.; .1 i ts ., .a '4 ro
p u uncd Monday
I- -I 11'; l''11 ' '
L,., i.i .,,,,
a Iernal Scotland, 41-year-old Tri TriSunday,
Sunday, TriSunday, April 20 Will be "Fami.nidadian, died at Santo Tomas hes hes'
' hes' pital yesterday.
ly Day" when the Club Altamirst
Plays host to a large sector of the Dir. Scotland is suivived by his
Isthmian populace ip San claim brother Eric, two daughters SyL
in what will be the group's secondi via and Olivia, .end severa! nep nepfund
fund nepfund raising activity of the year.1 hews. i - .
Over on the Atlantic side ar-t ,,,...,,,,, ,..,...2--11 s 1.....;..
49, Dios; May Be
, Vernal Scotland, 41-year-old Tri.,' t
nidadian, Med at Santo Tomas Ws- i- :
Nal yesterday. k p
Over on the tqlantic side- ar-1
rangements are "ming madi by Tentative plans call for buria
at Herrera' Cemetery Monday
Airs. Una Genore. Aliss Bethuna
Reid and Vincent Smiekle. in ord 7--
er that colon residents may' be by Willie- Morrison has been-engng
able to anive in time to join the ed to furnish dance musle.
convoy from the capital.
, 'Tnose wno journey to San Car-1
Every possible trolection will le los with the Club Ahomira, in ad adoffered
offered adoffered the picnicers the Club hasi dition to a day of guaranteed mer mer!leen
!leen mer!leen assured by the Mayor of Sal ry-making in a pleasant scenic, as asCarlos
Carlos asCarlos and even businessmen them mosphere will els) 'oe contributing
ilia, have arranged special pricesto a worthy cause --that of help-,
for the eapitalinos aside from the ing needy students, shoqe wel welexclusive
exclusive welexclusive use of Jardin La Loma. fare may otherwise have been
The musical aggregation leaded tored-- to acquire on eclueauort.
WORLD'S FAIR STAMPAn aerial view of the United
States Pavilion at the Brussels Universal and International
Exhibition is featured 'on this three-cent stamp.; To be issued
ill Detroit April the date on which the Brussers World's
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c l' ,la
FORT CLAYTON OFFICERS' WIVES
LIOLD LUNCHEON AT EL PANAMA
- Aft inform atmosphere prevailed' at the luncheon of
the Fort Clayton Officers' Wives Club at El Panama Hilton -,
Wednesday. The luncheon Wit$ preceeded by a guided tour
' of the Museum of Panama and a tour of near-by shops.
Hostesses for the occasion were MM. M F. Mellefill 'and
Mrs. H. E. stahlman. '
New. members attending .wers Mrs. Robert M. Altman.'
and Mrs. Joseph R. John.
Field Trip To
Fort Son Lorenzo- 4
The Enlisted Kens Advisory
Council of the Fort Clayton Serv Service
ice Service Club is sponsoring Field Trip
to Fort San Lorenzo on Sunday A April
pril April 13. Buses will leave the Serv Service
ice Service Club at 8:00 a.m. It is request requestod
od requestod that Interested persomml make
reser201ms. at the Service Club
as soon as -possible. ,This
,Trip is the setood pbase of pro project
ject project sponsored by the Service Club
.to acquaint military and
personnel with 'the illustrious his his..tory
..tory his..tory of ,Pagama; The first Those
was the lecture' and color slide
Presentation of the history of the
Fort givem by Mr, William M. Ko Kogan
gan Kogan at the Fort' Clayton Service
Club on Wednesday March 26.;
NIL Kosan, will again' illustrate
it, at IN- .4.1 4'
OS WOO OM 11111 NO IMP OW INN MEOW ......
p,L ;a1 1.,11 1,wy,14
co Clor lou
Me history of the Vort so the t
inemners ot the party may re reconstruct
construct reconstruct Fort, 'Sad Lorenzo m
mar minds. Umstacraole planning
bad to De edema to twer tms out outing
ing outing 10 mterested persons. mmy
'fuses will leave tne berme Liu.)
at 'COQ a.m. kersoanet oe
transterred to smatter venttles ak
Vort Gulick smce rimy :ouses are
unable to Universe tne Limn Loess
bridge. The atonne eat:flange unit
will De on hand to otter reiresn reiresnnients
nients reiresnnients of cold drimts, canny. and
tce creanv It is suggesteu tint 4.
light limch be carrieu on the tip
kess Halts will pact tuncn tor
soldies,- upon eqUest, Thehe
be an adequate suPpli 0f ice cold
water and 'paper cups thrnished by
the Semite Cldb.
This promises to be a real "Field
When you start using Cutioura Soap and
Cuticura Ointmentblackheads, shkul. ex extattaily
tattaily extattaily caused pimples and salmi clear up.
In just days your skin Wens to look soft,'
trash, clear, radiant. Gai Cuticluv Soap and
, Ointment at-druggists right aisay-and do try
new Cuticura Talcum and new greaseless
' Cutioura Medicated Liquid.
lotice to Stocitholders
, Lleetinz 's
By order of the Board of Directors, the
stockholders of DESTILADORA NAM NAM,
, NAM, NAL, S. A., are hereby notified that the
annual stockholders' meeting will be held
, at the main office of the( Company, lo located
cated located on Avenida Bolivar. Panama City,
'R. 11,, on the llith.,day of April, 1958, at
4:30 p.m., for the following purposes:
(a) To read the minutes, of the previous
(b) To elect or reelect Directorn
' (0) To examine and sooreve the balance,
profit and loss statement ond the re.
Port submitted to them by the Board
, of Directors;
(d) To consider and act upon all the mat mat'
' mat' ters that the Board of Directors or
each Director individually or any
' stockholder submits to them
Panami, March 25, 1958.-;
ranams,; Itq ol,
2-074 O sr 2-0 74f Imam al 0 cau
Day" forramera fans. The bodises
win return to Fort Clayton Service
Club at 5:00 'p.m.
Art League. )
- ..... t
Meos Twisda y
The Canal Zone Artteigue,
lantir taranch, will meet TuesdaY
evening at 7:30 at the Club build building
ing building in Gatun, corner of Jadwin
Road and Schoolhouse Road. US
I.S, art films will be shown. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors are welcome.
Announce girth of Daughter --
Ms. and Mrs, Erasmo Arias of
Panama announce the birth of a
Idaughter on :Nutley at San Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Clinic,
Irwinkles Alien Celebrates
Nineth girthdayi, With Pady
- Twinkles Allen, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. William H. Allen, celeb celebrated
rated celebrated her- ninth birthday today
with a party at"Cummings Hall
; nye foot balloons were given to
the children as ,favort and' there
were ; two piatas,' one for chit chitdren
dren chitdren under eight and one tor the
I older children, Later itt the 'after 'afternoon
noon 'afternoon the party went to the om ommunity
munity ommunity House for, ,ref,restrmentss
Individual cakes, eaelt with AL
candle.; were orranoed 'th
table and ,spelled "Happy Birth.
dar. Twinkles." Ice' Cre,n1 molds
tarried out the theme of Easter.
Gray, Ladies Tt Moot ."
At Gorges Mondav 0,
There will be a Gray Lady meet meeting
ing meeting on Mnoday morning at 9 a.m.
in the Rgi Cross Recreation Room
at ,Gorgas llospital. 'Members of
the new ciass will be, oresent and
tour of the hospital will be made.
1 01 ShIn
Tells Tale 01 fire..
ADEN41J13) Tht caPtain' 'ef
the ill-fated Norwegian. emigrant
terday of the fire at sea that fort,
ship Skaubryn told, the story es esed
ed esed more, than,'1,200 ," passengers
and crewmen to,. abandon -,ohip
'Monday night the Indian 'Ocean.
Everydne.aboqd got off SafelY.
.but one Passenger died of a heart'
attack after taking tO the': life-II
boats, ",-. 1
Capt. Alf Faeste, 46, gave news newsmen
men newsmen the' first detailed account of
the Sittulgyn's ordeal when he
and other, survivors arrived here
yesterday aboard the Italian
Itomt,, which nicked them on
from the rescue ship City of Syd SydThe
The SydThe ship was carrying emi emigrants
grants emigrants front West Germany to
Faeste said the fire started
'when an engine room crewman
opened VI oil line prematurely,
awl "oil rushed, out. spreading
The oil caught fire, the flamAs
spread to the ship's fuel tanits
and then raced through the ves veseel,
eel, veseel, Fire extimuishers were 'use.
!' "I was near one of the ship's
dining, rooms when I heard pas passengers
sengers passengers shouting 'Fire' and sdw
the flames spreading through the
faeste said, 'I radioed an
SOS ordered the passengers to
the 'boats mna had the crew close
all portholes, hatches and doors.
"There twas no panic. The boats
were lowered. One capsized, but
the others rescued their passen passengers
gers passengers from the sea."
BY micinight the Skaubryn was
ablaze from stem to stern.
The Australian freighter City, of
Sydney arrived on the scene
shortly afterwards. ,
There's not a woman who's tried Aunt
Jeminta Pancake Mix who didn't please her herself
self herself (and family) with these light and fluffy,
, golden-1)Iva pancakes.
Reall .;. it's so EASY and results are
wonderful. Atmt Jemirna does hoe things for
you. First, most of the vrork is
-; You make pancakes the modem quick way
with Aunt Jetnima. And when you follow the
iiistyuctioret carefully, off your iriddle
ewne moat allPetleing, smooth-textured
pancakes you could imagine. ,
So be a better cook and get lots of coins
pliments. BUY itunt Jemims Faucake latit
today andIsurprise EVERYBODY tomorrow!
.9 oo ;.
1 .1.11, I
Each risotto for inclusion in this
column should he submitted' ut
tvec-written form and ensiled se
the bee number listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Othenvise." or delivered
he kand to the office. Notices et
meetings. cannot Joe accepted ltt
Club Admirable win' meet nor,
Friday miglit 7:a0 Ahthe home 4
Ms. Amy ,Smiley in, lith Street t
Rio Abajo. the agenda is a
project for diseusmoit, requiring a'
full attendance,- : I
. "When' started, khOuting, I
just couldn't stop. jtis wanted
to kill everO)ody."
To Hold Cantata
Au Easter,,Canata, titled the
"First Easter, ,"Wilt be prespntkl
en Monday by the Gospel Truth
Mission Church of Rio Abajo,
, Local artists slated to take nail
in the program azo Miss Vevil
Marshall,' Mrs., Juli'v Green, Mr,f;)
Lucille M. Forde, James Mitter
Zarinn' Agard and' Darnley : Mar
The public is invited to attend
the cantata, 'whie4 will begin at
argarita Church of tho 113zarcn
9:45 a.M.-:-Combined service. Sunday school program
, Service Topic"On Our Hearts or on Our,:Hands"
7:30 p.m.Color film 11 Beheld His Glory"
All ,We come
, Fine worknionship in
Dealers in' KIRSCJI:
,Cut.in-ineilitire TRAVERSE RCM
COMO frOM clear eves and
a healthy skin, both de-,
pendmg on a blood-stream
free from impurities. Let
, Andrews help you to
beauty 'through Inner
14 gene r.:1
ELTAPEST Soviet Premier
Nikita Si Anrusheoev- explaining
Russian actions during the Hungarian-revolt
' "The Soviet Union could not re,
main indifferent toward the fail'
of the Hungarian nation. Soviel
'soops then fulfilled a 'brother4
duty by coming to,help the Hun,'
' ANCHORAGE, AlaskaRohert
Courtney, la, telling police how
he kil'ed his, mother, ister ,and
ADEN Capt. Alt Faeife of
tht Norwegian immigrant iship
Skaubryn which burned and sank
at sea after the more thaa 1:00
PassengerS and trew abandoned
' "I went over the sideprobably
the' last mandown a rope lad ladder,
der, ladder, The sea was calm And the
moon almost WO Then two ex.
plosions shook the' Skaubryn, At
this time someof the small boats
were still alongside. Vie had Just
time to get Away:"
VORi$A.:ir . ... N p ill I r'ljell Y.W(1 '''
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' Do you yake up feeling fit In
bodyfresh in mind ? Not every
day, perhapst .,-.., ,..
. Well, mornings when you feel
. off colour, just take these three steps
to put things right ,' ',
- (I) Get out your tin of Andrews. ..
, (2) Put two teaspoonsful into
, water and stir briskly.
(3) Drink It as it effervesces.
- In no time sparlding Andrews
makes you feel good I. It freshens
the mouth and tongue, settleS the
' stomach and tones up the
liver. Finally, Andrews
. or gently clears the system
Tiliu of wastes, completing
,00::,'? your Inner CleantirteSS, .'
i '''' leaving you fit and fresh,
1 0-V 0-S-9-
P.O. Sox 297 & 1194 PANAMA. R. OF PANAMA
'file choir of First Bapust
Courch of saiooa lieignts will pre
,at its annual Eartr concert tc at
morrow eveniug t-t., 7:30 iu
zaurch auditorium., 'The concer
be presented in tour I
eacn one oren.ug saw. tne
k;cripture account eovering tile
crab In that movement.
Movement one tells of Christ as
the PLamb of God" and is present presentin
in presentin four, numbers ,by the choir
site. soloists. 'Movement two tells t
of Christ on the cross and is prel
seined by a -male t:uartet, a lad-IL
13' trio and somitts. Movement
three pictures the -Risen Christ" a
in choir numbers aid soloists. Thet,
closing movement presents in a'
clAir -number Chrbt 'as ascendeut
an4 completely victorious over ev
try encmy. '
The soloists are, Mrs.' Mildre I
,Ilearne, Mrs. Nellree ,Smith, Mrs.1
Dorothy 'Chapman, and Webis:
Hearne. The quartet members are
Nitz, Webb Hearne, Oland4
Summers, and Dr,' James PoweiLl
The trio members 'ere MrS. Haml
riot Serger, Mrs. Dt,rothy Chap-1
man and Mrs, Mildred Hearne. Ftr
the organ 'prelud3 Mrs. 14W-44
Swafford, the sccompanist, haeC
chosen, "The Bleiseel Chris; num.
herr such as. "Agnue Dei" ny Bi Bizet
zet Bizet and modern numbers such, at.
"Could I have Held His Nail-piere
ed Hand," by O'llar4. Mrs. Ilearnet
will be directing the musict A tape'
rectrding,,of the concert- tan be
recured by arrangements witn the
! Omba Past:r 11111:d
r v 0
I $15 CI If lin Ilill :
I i., I itt
IChAnge II s ilmi --
1 OMAHA, Neb.. (uri -- lf the
tRheevietlr. mArl.tycrwaiit$11, jtuhsetrebeli cso7m5 ,e
1000 in, it for him.
I What's more, he'll get, a coat
: o' arms. ,
1 The Rev. Glen Victor, AltY is a
I Methodist minister at ,Sny de r,
' N.Y. His uncle, Omaha postal
I clerk Norris P, Crab!, died last
1 month,' Crafts', vvill, filed in Coun Coun1
1 Coun1 ty Court Tuesday,. left a fortune
1 of about $75,000 to his nephew,
1 with two conditions. ..
1 One of the conditions was that
the Rev, Mr. Alty have a son.
Since tbe minister has four boys,
i that:. wasn't much of a problem..
The other condition was that
the nephew change his last name
from Alty to Crafts. , ,,
1 Omaha friends of the uncle ex explained
plained explained that .lie was deeply wor
that the Crafts name carry on
after his death. Crafts had no
children, the ,friends said, and he
built up a tidy nest egg by dab dabbling',in
bling',in dabbling',in real estate.'. . L
As an added t inducement,
Crafts' Will also. endowed the Rev.
Mr. Alty with the Crafts' coat of
' arms provided Alty became a
Crafts. , ,,,.
The Rev. Mr. Alty, 'reached in
Buffa'o, N.Y., said he' was await await.
. await. ing official notification ,of his un uncle's
cle's uncle's will: ', ', I -
"When 1 have, I'll consider the
matter," he said. ,
The minister added, "Actually,
, In vrtee voerr ssiat utmh ee s m aHn e m oc re er t at ihnal ny
was not very much a part of my
Club Manchester 1
Ready For Dance
Everything is rencly for the Clu),
Maitchester's annual Easter show
ani dance at the Jardin Via del
Mar in $an Francisco da la Cale
ta tomOrrow at 2 p.m.
This year beeauss of curfew; re
gulations the affair will be of tWO
parts the first tne terminatinl
at 9 p.m. so that the teenagers
Ma 3t. be able to comply, With the
regulations imposer! by the, locE1
this the-ae,o'-g.will be in line for
thtir fun. s,
' Music will be supplied by' the
reorganized orchestra -of Angelo
Jain Ho oriTl
At :Forbes Plisce
A jam session is on tap for to toinkirrow
inkirrow toinkirrow afternoon at Forbes Place
at the Emits.
The ''Jazz Jamooree." let
unntrway shortly after noon 'and
Will run into the esrly evening. an
hrray of some of the best local mu mumeans
means mumeans will be g!ompeting.
' 7 except Monday
COY6 REYES and
, PEPITA ORTEOA
laity Williamson singing
Ano land Diaz, plafying
tha piano and singing
will be held at the following chur
Sunday, April 6:
El Carmen egitto.;...)..
,EI SantuariD Nacional ,,4
Cristo Rey 04
The widower,' children, parehts and (
will appreciate your attendance at
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VW:Sri fobVW:Sri llows! At 6 cm, the congrezation Loa.mird Supper 5 p.m.,Evangell-'physical as ours will be. or ti,,t9
4 C! '"LI1 cf C".:'t news it14.k in writing b y Wednesday noon at the latest of any changes dt, Chrilinener a Churek
10'n Siteet, Fatgue Loewe of the Gatun Union Church wilt ca Service,with a cantata o 0-fis no truth in the resurrection
''"'" "" d aat Panama and Colon, Republic of Panama. extend a welcome at all The Rev Clarence W haves. oewill Weitars beam still tst..x La
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loin other Atlantic siders at the
1 1 ... t times to men and women of the armed lavitae IRA tilk if it, iii.ani no Lel,. Priest in Chart' nod a a tAlli I 1161 illna C 1 IRA hind Nathan ..
SAL.80A: 0851, Ialbea East
4p1rvices Suaday 10.00 CM. 11;00 111-tA
C''STOBAL: American Legion Hail.
.'!--rvIces Punnet 10.00 am. 11'00 tan
ASAJO: house lam 4.14 bi
Pianuay 4.30 p4az
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tdmund b otaltworth Pastor
- bunday bchool 4 9;45 lan.
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' HIST BAPTIST CHURCH
. Balboa Heights, C, Z.
, -'827 Ancon boulevard
' ;Nowa "IV Balboa Height,
' Phone Balboa 1727
. e William 11.. Becky. Put,
Sunday School! ...... 11:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:45 arri
Baptist Training Union 8:50 p.m
Evangelistic Service '' 7:50 p.m.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.. 7:00 p.m
M.S Bible Stud Thum-
, days COD cat
. Menli Brotherhood (Last
, Monday in monthl 1:110
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
, ' Margarita Avenue a1 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker, Pastor
Scnow a 43 m
' klornina Worship 1:00 a,m
Baptist ftaining Union...).., 8:30 p.m
Evenina 'Worship 7:45 p.m
Brotherhood, Tuesdays 7:00 ism
, Prayer Services, Wednesdays 7:00 pm
'W MX; 1st & 3rd Fridays
G.A.. RA., At Sunbeams,
replays .... 8:30
', nistAMo LITV- '
,, Captain & Mrs; IL Grant t. k,
i 11. ebt to0f), Street.' Phone ;I 28-2005,1
il:00 tionness Meeting. ,. e .;
8:00 t.,nday School. -,.. .' , ;
; 1;30 Salvation Meeting. - '
LA socA, c.z. .: ,.. 1.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell 7, i
Suildin4 Ito i080, Phonet 1-28ti r .,''
11:04 Witness Meeting, ,
,., -.3:00 Funds!. School. ;;.-. ...
' 7,30 &Ovation Meeting ,, r
PARAISQ, C.Z. 1 ,,. .,,-.(
' '. Envoy & MM. Co,,,11", Wools)
Guiana &tett,. ' ,! :
- II:08 thitday School. , -,'
, II:00 Hobbes' Meeting,. ,.. x, ':
, 3;00 Sunday School. '',,t, ;,.
1;30 nenMimi Meeting.' '.
CoLON CENTRAL 'i
',Senior rapt. and Mo. C. Mdmitewint,
14th St.tett., Phone: 38-143, ..
t;OLON 111111k, STREET t-
. ..31) Soivation Masan& .
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor.,
' Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
' Phone 2-1481--Church Office 2-3230'
1;30 a.m. Chtmch Schoot Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for' Nursery. Kinder,
&erten and Primary pants; Chuich
time Nursery 1or chilaran under 3 Yrs,
COO p.m. Junior High Fellowship --
Post High Fellowship. '
T:00 p.m, Senior High Fellowship.
2.30 P.m. 'Evening Service.
The Rev. Ray M. BlekilF Minister 1
Telephone. 5451 1
Church School, wIth Adult 41 St
Class, 1.45 ,
Service of Worship. 11;00.
Youth fellowship, 1:45. e.,
- Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office,, 3-2542. RO. 3,1421
' 145 a.m. Church School. 'BM service.
Classes: Nursery. through adult.
11:00 cm, Morning Worshln,
Rimer, for infante end Small chil chilCOO
COO chilCOO P.m. Junior Fellowship,
1:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
- A contplets schedule of auxiliary ac
tivitles and official inotings am an an-
- an- nounced from week to WeeX,
Rev. Walker M. Alderon, Pastel
1')If 1410 Res,' 6-130
a.m. &lidos' School.
10'40 cm. Morning Worship.,
Official meetinge and wok-dav sett settvines
vines settvines ps announced.
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' ST. JOSEPHPandits SUNDAYS
- -- -- -0..,"als..".. 4-6, nunday Masses at 7:00 and 11:78 cm
.,,,,, Holy Day Masa at COO P.m Hot," Conununion 1:30 am
- Weekday Masses: .,. ;00 a,M, Family Prayer and
I i -- : 1 et 41 tall Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
I' 0-30 to 7:30. - Church School v..,,' 1S:30 ssn
e ',.. set (Also holy Communion 2rid.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00 Sunday each month, ,'
-.0.0' .,, ...,.....-'''" III'm- ' '' !Morning Prayer is SerMon 17,00 a,m
' t'"lm., .0'60. ''et,"--- Miracutous Medal Novena: 1:00 0.1t7 WEDNESDAYS
. - t on Friday ' H 13, communion 11;00 am
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' Phone CI
1110 William H.:
, Sundait School!
' Morning Worship
, Baptist Training
, Prayer Meeting. M
MS Bible Stu
- Men's Brotherhow
' Monday in montl
' Margarita Aver
Bev. Wendell I
4 Iluitosi, Scnow
' Morning Worship
- Baptist 't-aining U
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- 1711;111RNI.61--.Pansmil Citv ChapeCot rto (Wed.Aphis(' :
...muss s-,,,,.-ss- Morning Prayer w:uu a m
' 3.30 m' Sunday Masses; P;0 and g:30 cm.
.. ...... ,. ,. ...s. o. : Evening Prayer 7:0k p.m '.; OLD CATHOLIC CRUNCH , 1r
Week Days MaSS: P:30 MOn t Thum , , , . ., ,
"'----, ;.., ... ,, Pri,, and Sat. First Friday mass: Cafi a m
q : : - Holy Day 'Masses: COO awn, to 6:0t 4ATURDAYS : St Raphael The Arehingal '
gamily Eucharist ' S:30 ant ., 13th St. West No 3 ;
11114'.11 t rlv pnt som,,,, mt comolibe 9:00 9.m Roly Eucharist Sunday sr it30 111"
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Lt. ,,,, ... A.sn A suo s '; 'v.: .., 9 '.., : .,L'. ., .,- ,,,i, ., Ziesdayti,Wedresdaye, end- Thursdays
I ""' t r111 0; -,, Off CompIN 9:00 p.m
, Contessiohnt 9:30 to 4:30 and 1:00 it 44' )
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bleating) Mitra.c-u-lo-u; N-1-ed-a-i-Isloveno rrlday I :01 el. I Ctrl ,rnam cso
The Rev. John Spear Primal Ito Charge leo First Sunda
y of eget month IP'
' ''''. '''.4"4".' ''''- ".' L ' Pan ' ' Morning Prayer- and Church 7:3 D'al ? '''i '2'
' a kNAirR UT . ' Catechism Ciass. 3:30 0 m on Sunday schoo ... .. ,,,... ...b,.,.,. g:00 gun ', , ,, -....., ., : ,,. ,v
,, Captain & Mrs. IL Grant .-' ''',' 1 ,.. lqe..SFILBES111.7:111. Ilf!I ' Confirmation Class ., .. . 9:30 No ,.,...... u.igh,re vh.i.ti..., Chnp.k
I i .tIttlillZioinesStIsite'eEtlrre 1, 1 1 onvart. !..,1107 niunnuny .1.7. T.,
:I Choral Eucharist and Ear-
11) : ,: ,111 t.'invdaltfo:Iretrii.- .', ,:.!,,, r Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. t :
Evensong and Addrers...3..3 ,7:3,0 p m
, , ,. l' 11a150 Eta 3l Masx: 5:30 p.m Holy Bapti'sm ' '' 12:00 noon -,, nifir.iiittni -- 7 -7-
' LA socA, c.z. .: - .,; 1- Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
, 7,: Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pm.
$11 Vueillictirnillikorain070,7hinoPnbeetlit-.2851r .1-. . Catechism Class; 3:15 p.m on SundaN
, 11:04 tionness Meeting, .., Sacred Heart Novena.. 7:00 om
le , -.3:00 Funday School. .;;,.. .. Friday '
' 1;30 &Ovation Meeting 1. Convert Chat: 6:30 p.m ,011 rhured 'a: lid moNpAYs
Woman e Auxiliary .;....A :7.:30 p.m recrl'onwinstiEde
ztiroirhlip ..... iii, ITC tirm
, 7:30 p.m
FiltioRySDAYS, or FEA.ST DAYS' ',.; : akad,. c 4-? ;,
H I COMMUni00 Ole 1 011 :, : : :.
" ...' . ; -'''',' HAHATS CENTER i '' : ''
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I A- '. Envoy St.Mrli. Gel,. klosele) , ,..'
, ,,, Guaira 8,teet, : ,,. 1 ,-. -:': l' !... ,S,. 8T 'JOSEPH.
- II:04 titLday School. J. '.. ', v I :
,. ,.. ATLANTIC SIDE Vnn' -71-2 a 511.1rien)... r.,rlent. in 9Intle
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Holy Communion:A '
.1.clay School. UttbDAI5
, 11:00 Hoonasa . Sunda Masses..545 SIM and 9:15 a.m S:30 a in. Holy Communion;
3;00 Sunday Sub 1. DY ay iambs; 5.:45 and I:00 s m
ii 1.30 Salvation Meetthe ', .'. ana a:sa p.m. .
. .- .,, -, .1 ,., Confessions: SMtffday 4:00 to 6:00 Ind ,-':
. COLON CENTRAL. 'I 7:00 to 8:00 p.M. , ,.
t "Senior root and Mro. C. gthamawn,1 Miraculoun Medal Novena: Wedneaday Church of St. Ma rrrrr t -. .. .., .,..----.4. . : ..
Esnave and Brazos
Tht Rev. Jesse N. Renew, Rector BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
' ...s 14th &ate:. Phone: 38-743, ,- 6;15 and 7:00 p.m. Unalaba St.'. P.?ralso. C.Z.
. Sacred lieart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m Rev Weldabe ft btewart, Pastor
1 1.',,OL,001 111111L, STREET SundaY Evening floorvicee 7:00 p.m.
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' 7:30 a.m. ". Holy' Communion.. ' '
Church School. Sunday WOO am WorshiP SerVicti
a7:"1S ;dom.' GS:nut:dela YS eSrveibcet).1' '' '.
9:45 cm Morning Prayer ond
1 , 7:30 Siiivaliog Meeting. '. .' anedon.rvheurrtsdCaylaswit 7:14 pm! on, Mondays
I . .. . , '''''"""'""' Catechism Class: Suilday 10:15 a.m to 11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist. ' ', l!Ili:sclicnigcla7y:3(1716OullAllettgelek'PAlerliselTat,
1 2. , ,,, ,. 11:45 a m. -. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
4 V4 ChlaCrall-:$ .. First Friday-axposition of Mont Bless. THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS ''
ed Sacrament all day Re:Position at 8:30
. a.m. Saturday morning. ... 8:30 cin. Holy COITIMUniOn.', ,o Fellowship. - ,, -,
-, Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
, . Friday: 7:30 Women,a Min:denary( So Soi,
BALBOA .,' First Saturday DevMiona to our Lady ..14 rums() ,, ,clitty.. ,, .. ... ,
Catechism Claw 1043 cm. on Sunday Colon. H p. ,-
COMMNIT! CHAPE, ,. 3 ; ... 1.' , ,
I, ,, ., . mC 01 rnal iceur it n uC, 1 a :43-.34edalrierNl ovMenOnad:;:. 07:0 Ihe imOepvpo. slliteenryiiotli Illia'lasakhe.ingt,tooni)stani Diable Noishin. C Z4 ,. - Woehly Sorvises in AU 0hUrchS4
' s . N ,...,-. -'""..4N A.. Sacred germ Novena: 7:00 p.m. on'
- 6,,,,.. 1 fts
Ji! on Tuesday,
, -.v. '4,- 1 Frido.Y.-
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. . Thii, 11. ev. .1,a mes...Peter Ear.mer 11. ettior pite,oxer13:no.esorDo;:inol000lotimescighohoatioz., ',:: sAsTall,17aritytti:csoaloillgl..137,:riti......, ... : .. ...
. Bev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister 't,- ., :
Cingeh Itlalboo 4Z71. pivine Ser 1 a
. 'SUNDAY 1, (S,unday $ehaol .,i,.. 10.00 am Youth's bloolms 4;30 p.m. 1
' Worship hervis0
' -' qt. COO am. Holy CIIMMillilein iv
. , ...
') IMMACULATE CONCEPTIJN,..Gattio ITO 11'.Inm.. sAtio7nirl-gcl Praunyer". , -. Youth S,ervic0 . 1:..qi is..M, WEDNEsDAY: ,,,. . ,,....:, ..
I,0. .',.. f 1 ,.135. ,. l'.07,. ,, ,,,,,,,,t, q rinon7yfdiztytrui74:0:165in:074. , 9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist' and Sermon. tvreangesel,tisatyitt: 1.17g11,c;tu.ch.,,,, 7 .s0 pM
Bible Study and Prayer ,,- fluvial
10:30 a.m. Cmhoun.rch. !School. and. Prayer Service 110 p.m. 7;30 p.m -. . -
on Sat. 7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong anti Ser- ,. ,,
7 .. L. i Iii,e" .,,,,
,,,. ..---,-' copehisle class. con e m ort Mondy
) . OUR LA'af OP OtiOD COUftIEL ..
MONDAY, TUESDAY is THURSDAY' ,
- 4 Paalfla Side tenant&
, Cabo Verdi, vs, .1, ir. 00 la OM:
6:00 cm.. Holy Communion. '14:th''a3 '' ' tIor..8187I":"WChdor.r1Wiloilli2e5rt; TNetsi'. 226.7.3-,45PDeue
Combos '' 7:00 a.m. Morning ,Prayar. . ' '' '''' '' ' blo Nuev0 3-A St, between fird: anti 40
. Sund.'S Mas,es: 734 and 300 cm. 5.00 p.m. Evening, itorayer, 2 ', 1.1, IFF"MER LAITHERAN CHURCV sla.,,. Rio Abalo Iltb NOs 117, UMW
.,,,,,...-.',,' holy Vas h.4sses: 6;09 a.m. and 5:0(1 ..
AI 1 7 .- batboa Road al Wight titreat
'WEDNESDAY Rev. Robert P. flussicit, Paste, and Friielet" ''. : ''''' 1 ' '
Confe,sions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. ', ''' P,O, Boa 0166, Balboa. ', Pastor G., D. WilliamiTel. 6-510
1 v a 4 ( 11 ' After all evening devotions.. 7:00 a.m. Morning Prayar.
,. , .p,,,...' is' d71 ,.,, ,, tiziptthma by appointment 7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sernton4.
Miraculous Medal NoVenal 7:00 Dm ., '
e.., on Tutsday. Wine Service 10:13 11.m. Spanish Church., Pacific Side raison
SbundaY ,Schooll Sinto clam 9:09 am, Pastor- A. Ao 0107141 O. Tel. 6.102
' poi, Communion, firat Sunday' of the Pastor .Norberto quirt)
FRIDAY .t month.
. t'""lp,:,.,, i '11 Sacred Heart Novena i 7!00 p.m on 7'00 am.- Morning Prayer.
, '',.., Friday Atiantle Sidi
, 9.00 a.m. Children's Eucharist. Former rhapei of Our Saviours Epi.S- . ,P.anamk, Calle. Darin No. 3
, Pedregal-dc Nuevo Cluardri,,
-4.,..., 7, ... teirRgiay School: 3:30 p'rit. on Sunday 5.00 p.m. Evening Prayer. . copal chapel 3rd, St. and Melinda& Ave. -, Atlantli Side
- i 7 r nos Instruction Class for Chit New Cristobat ..,,
Pastor G. A. Jellriewi4aL 33.11297,
.1 . ,,..i dren:. CPO p m on Thursday, ' f aiii1311DA, r.
4 t Mr. Eugene if. Danner, Was Colon
religinu Instruction for intuits (Con- a fla a.m. Holy COMMUniOn, ,..,,, ,'...... ,.,1tIftday School, Bibl. CAM LW -e.m. -.Cristobal tnglisaosclath Ar Pnlivar AV4
4,3, tcl in E-A,' 'Of 711 t m on IV,,;11, 7 i'11 I m. t- wilibil rriYar
,'-''''1:.v IS oo pm Evening Prayer.
, Convert thstructions by appointmeot. 1:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation. trioHnnoitlyintotuno,rvice 10:15 a.m. Cristobal Spanish-1Mb dr Solivar Ass
union. last Sunday of the Central Office:
OM Gavilan RoadTel. 2-1859 Et 3-3331
' , I .,
Chuh.hes of the many taths in the Canal Zone. and the tetminat cities
news ri4sh in writing by Wednesday noon at the latest et any changes
et Panama and Colon. Republic of Panama. extend a welcome at all
times to men and women of the armed services, and to civilian neigh.
bets. friends and strangers.
As a public service. The Panama American lists betow, by slattern'.
'nations, notices et hours ot worship and other regular activities.
- Listings are rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
one or two congregations ere listed under "Other Churches Cr Services."
A special listing is included for services at Army posts. Air Ferce.bases
and Naval stations.
- 'Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains ere asked to inform the
for the coming Saturday's church page.
, ana nava, uaTions, ,
7. I for Ills coming Saturday's church pass.
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ST. &LAST'S CHURCHttaiboa
Sunday llama: 1:00. 1.00, 10:00 and
Holy Day Mimeo:S:66. 6:00, 11:66 am
and 6:00 p.m-
Confessions: Saturday. 1:30 to 1:06
and 1:00 to 6:00 p m Thursday, before
first Friday: 1:00 to COO p.m.
Miraculous Medal tiovanal 140 0-111
Catechism ',Iasi otter the COO atom
High School Study Club 6:30 p.m. at
Sunday Massa; 11;h5f :30 41! 9.30 a.m.
Holy Pay moats: 11;55 a In .-ansi li00
Confessions. Saturday S:30 to 6;00 anti
1:15 to 8:00 pm Thursday Defora
Friday 1:00 p m. s
Sacred Heart Devotions! its00 oat es
Catechism ChM; ;ill to CU p-os. or
OUR LADV FATIMAT-Curunda
Sunday Mao at COO a.m.
Holy Day Maim at I:30
Confess lom: 1;00 to 6;43 am on Sat.
Catechlam Cia sat Saturday 1:30 to ID
' ST. JOSEPHPonds
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 11:18
Holy Day Masa at 000
Weekday Masses: ,;00
Confessions: Satttrday 3:30 to 430 and
11:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
Miracnious Medal Novenat 7:00 p.m
Convert InstructionJW-Tbursday I:00
' UT, VINCLNT'it-,,anama City
Sunday Masses; 6;00 and 8;30 cin
Holy Day Masses; 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
ilt it Ulla on Saturday thy Mamma art
COO and 8:30 0.m
Confessions! Saturday 3.00 to 5:00 and
ti00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays haters first
friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medai Novena and SU:
tions ot the Cross: friday 710 p.m
Catechism Clam Atter 8:30 masa otl
.Converi Class. 8;30 D.m. 'Tuesday and
' ST. THERISAIICaeoll
Sunday Mass: 8 30 a m.
HolY PaY,,Mass: 6:00 cm. tit it falls
Catechism Clam: 3:30 to 5:00 0 m or
Contitooloost;t1;09 to CSO km, Sunday
ST JOIIPI BAPTIST DB LA SALLA
Sunday Masses; 0;0 and ii.30 a.m.
Week Days MaSS: S:30 Man Thum
FrL, and Sat. First Friday mass: COO a m
Bab, Day 'Masses: COO to, to 6.0t
Confess What 3:30 to 410 and 73t0 tr
COO p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena rrlday IAN
Catechism Class. 3:30 p.m on Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 pm
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Hobo EtaY Masa: 5:30 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 Oxn
Thursday before First Friday 6 30 p m.
Catechism Classi 3:15 p.m on SundaN
Sacred Heart Novena'. 7.00 m or
LT" 11-7" 7
Convert clam c30 p.m oe Muncie)
'' ATLANTIC SIDE
, ST JOSEPH'SColds
Sunday Masses; 5:45. 5:00 and 9:15 a.m
Holy Day Massist 5:45 and 11:00 s.m
and 5:45 pin.
Confessions: Saitiaday 4:00'to COO and
1:00 to 8:00
Miraculoun Medal Novena: Wedneaday
6;15 anti 7:00 p.m.
Sacred fleart Novena: Friday 1:15 p.m
Sunday Evening laiorvices 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 P.M on Mondays
Catechism Class' Sudday 10:15 a.m to
11:45 a m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday-asposition of Moat Bless.
ed Sacrament day Renosition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion. to our Lady
of FatimaThe Holy Rosary--.5:00 a m
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thuridaya 1100. to
Sunday Masses: 7:00, MOO and 10 30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: COO. 2:00 a.m. and
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to S:00 o m Attar floury each ava avaMiraculous
Miraculous avaMiraculous Medal Novena! 2:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Clam Pates 5:00 Mao on
First Friday Expomition all 017 dUrIng
the School Year.
First Saturday: Masa at COO am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
Sunday Masses; 7:30. 5:30. 11:3i; b.
First Saturday Mass: COO a m.
Weekday Masses: .8:00 am,
Sa,..urday ,, 7:00' p.m. to 0:00 p.m
Miraculous 'Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
MAY DaY Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m
Confession 3:45 pm. to 4:45 p.M
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry 'Group 7:30 p.m.
1st Friday Devotions 1:00 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
ST. VINCENTSKalphow City
Sunday MaqieFai 6:30 am. and .11:00
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. a.m. and 11:00
Confessions: COO to COO. and 7:30 10
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: MO allt 0111 Sunday
Convert Classevery Monday, at 7:00
Miraculoup Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Nevana: 7:00 p.m. on
Holy Day Masa: 3:00 p.m,
Confessions:A:30 to 7;00 pm on Sat,
Catechism elavo 44111 e m on Monday
OUR 1.,,A7.tg (.00D COUtvIEL
Sund..y Mam,ers: 73t0 and C30 am
holy Day h.4sses: 6;09 a.m. and 5:00
Confe,sions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and
After all evening devotions..
baptoann by appointment
Miraculous Medal No Vatic 7:00
Sacred Heart Novenat 'POO p.m on
Sunday School: 3:30 p rn. on Sunday
Religious Inatruction Class for Chi!.
dren: 41'0 pm on Thursday,
religious Instnietion for adults Won.
4,3,4,4 "tit 7'09 p m on 1V:JO,
Convert Instruction,' by aPPointmel,t
ALU:411 eau .1 saanv at.
klered Heart Dv0tionall 1100 Pm m Li; Wre" F71.11111;
J- 1 173L1.1k10 nadif015..i UAW mesu 1 Pvirat in Charm' .1
.6, oss.asi 1.4soross SE ASSIL sse01 ,Sti Ste
1 tioi4, imi atasps; a:au ape Amu tuns RiDAys 7 .' .'
t ilt it :aux on MI ay Ina mamma r
!it i Tt fmila ezttlrellam ha- Mamma ard I
L nd ge mon l'OU m "'"'"""
ST. THERISAIICeeett MONDAY
Sundez Mass: 8 30 a m
TUESDAYS. KORBE ,
Milton K Leidig, Minister Daily Mass ... b." IX
Holy pay ,Mass: COO cot tit it tells ..d FRIDAys Saturdav Masses 8 0
e,11.vo z SoodlY School 10;30 a la Ma gloa On la t :g
, Phone Rea smile 83.5105
' 1 ST' "MI .1"trilbIJur., 4""Aal HolY COmMunion 7:00 am Flurca .11urogY An invvur
"" '..,....' Firat Saturday: Masa at 8:00 atm , st pours cbutth .,
n -- , PANAMA CITY
-. ,; HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la
itrastr.garittil rh Vett Lemuel IL Shirley. Rerun
Thet Rev FHA& Atwell. Demean
4., - Sunday Masses; 7:40, 8:30. :-- a IA
' v First Saturdav Masa: :... 1110 a m.
Parish ramily Rosary and $ .1. noiernn vespers ; :
' Benediction : 700 p.m"
; every Wedne;day. : TUESDAYS '2, ''''''
The ilov S. Heber Geodes. S.T.D
the Val Key. Menet! ?stenos,
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
1:30 cm. Holy Communion.
9:15 cm. Church. School tHoly Com Comaiunion
aiunion Comaiunion 3ra Sunday
9;30 a.m. Santa OIlltiltinialL Sra Sun Sunday
Essucla Dominica) itab
11:00 a,m Morning Prayer ana Set
mon, Holy Communion tat Sunday.
, Evenine Service,
e.Sti n. Holy Communion
T:00 ta 111 Evenina Freya..
COO cro hoiy Conununion
1110 m Holy Communion
flab in. Morning Praym.
L2:04,1 Mi 'Ala) Misaionary Prayets
-Church et alt. Andrew
The Rev William W. BaldWbas
Priest in Lharle
Hwy Conununion 1:30 lam
Family Prayer and
Chum Sebool -9:30
(Also Holy Conununion 2nd.
Sunday each month,
!Morning Prayer Hannon 11,00 a m
Holy Communion INN cm
Chapet 'of The Good Shepherd
The itee Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest in Cheri
SAM am. Morning Prayer.
' (H.C. first Friday each Month).
, riAMBOA t
St Simon:s Chinch
Rev.. John Spear. Priest in Charge
'Choral- Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 1;00 sin
,Church Scticool 3:00 p.m
Eplscopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p m
Evensong and Sermon 7;00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS. -',
dnd FRIDAYS I ".
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 8:00 a m
Evening Prayer 1.00 P.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and'
A EDNESDAYS Ss THURSDAYS
Holy COMMUniOn 1:00 a m
Morning Prayer 9:00 a m
EV011inti Prayer 9:0k p.m
iAruttrays , 1
amily tuchari 8:30 am
Office ef Complibe 9:00 p.m
St Peter's Church
The -Rev. John Snow. Priest in Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School . ....... V:00 ast
Confirmation Class 9:30 NM
' Choral Eucharist and Ser,-
MOn A.Ogee 0000000 011111A t0740
Holy Baptism 12:00 nocm
Evensong and Addrem 7:30 pm
ird MONDAYS "", ,t
Woman'e Auxiliary :T;30
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS'
Holy COMMUni00 ; :00 OM)
7 1 PALO SECO ''"
' Chapel of the Holy Comforter
yen, L IL Shirley, Priest in Charge
S:30 a in. Holy Communion;,
, Church of St Ma rrrrr t
Espav end Brazos Blvd
- The Rev. Jesse 11, Renew, Rector
:30 g.m Holy' .!' :-
SAS cm Morning Prayer and
; Church School.
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist. --
THURSDAY'S ant HOLY DAYS
1:30 aim Holy COMMUni011:,
. : rums
- The Rei. Allan R, Wenn, 2
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David it Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus ;
COO a.m. Choral Eucharist stintorl
1130 a.m. tntant Baptism.
AA IN Church Sehot,i
, them it Buildimb 131i
' 6:61) um Youth Fellowship
, 7 log Ink. Evensong and Addreaa.
Sid and dth WEDNESDAYS -'
t.30 pin Woman Auatuary Ai.
tat Guild Matting,
- PANAMA MT
St Paul's Dutch 1
rhe Vett Lemuel' S. Shirley, Sector
TM, Rev FHA& Atwell. Deacon
6:00 a.m, Holy Commonion
0'00 Lel SLUM lucharist at Sermon
'0:4,5 a at Morning Privet and Churce
nuti HWY Baptism ''',
?-oo ran Solemn Vapors
8:30 LIU 1101" Communicm
610 p.m, Evening Prayer arid Sermon
6:00 e tu Holy Communion
7:00 0.m. Evening Prayer
ThURSI3AYS AND FRIDAYS
8 30 rn Hole CommuniOn
000 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH IMP-THE-REA
Colon, Hs P.
The Reg. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
COO t.m. Holy Corturiunion.
6:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon,
0:30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong anti Ser SerMOIL
MONDAY, TUESDAY its THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:,00 a.m. Morning ,Prayer.
5.00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prays'''.
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
OM a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong anti Sor SorMOIL
1:00 sm.- Morning Prayer.
9:00 sm. Children's Eucharist.
5.00 pm. Evening Prayer.
' SATURDAY, r'
fAl A.M. Poly Communion....
7 (I m. 1-ohing Prayer.
Is r m. Evening Prayer.
1:30 p.m. Comp:line and Meditation.
vicar gmeritue morniiig Warshi0
- ; Night Service 7:311
, Fetus", rtnntru 1:nn
------- -- ..----m.". .. ,. tura tierman u. Avnyre). oion. 21,1' , .. ... -.
8.3o r rn. Holy COMMUI11011 (Rev. Fernando 1..orenceit Rio At) S
ii0LY DAYS - inv... and Mrs. Charles Bayne.). an; .. eventh ay
400 am. Holy Communion. Cativat (Rem and Mrs. Clifford Gnomes( :
.. : : : . .- Sunday and weakdar services. at .11 1 , : : , ,, :,
iST CHURCH ilt-THE-REA 1 iteluontlet '
R10 A BAJO
St. Chrtstopher a Church
Ithn Sueet, Pargue Loevre
The Rev Clarence W Hayes.
Priest in Charge
' 'The Rte. Clarence A. Crag-nail,
6 00 a.m Holy Commurdori.
1'36 m Sung Euchurut and a !Toon
16;30 aar Morning Prayer and Church
13.00 noon Holy Baptism,
30 p.m Evensong and krmon
7;30 Dm ist and Krci. Woman's Auxi.
6:30 p In Junior Daughters of the
7:30 Ism Youth Iliellowthip,
ICOO a m Holy Communion.
:00 p.m Eventng Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m Girls' Friendly Society ,
11:00 p.m 1st and 3rd. Singletons
11:30 11.M. Junior Confirmation Clam.
' CHURCH OF THE NAZARE
448 rrangipant St, An COrl C3k
Rev. Eimer 0 Nehon, Paator
Box 292 Balboa. C2, ,Co 401
Sunday,,Schoot 9.45 cm
Viorshm Servico 10 45 a m
Youth Seratett ,,,,, 9:45 m
Evangelt4die Sanwa 1;30 p.m
Prayer lberviee, Wed, 7:30 o m
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph 1, 144081
Write: Boa 5019 Margarita, C.Z
Sunday School 9.45 a m
Morning Worship 11:00 am
'Evening Servise 7:30 p M
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
'.: Oanaml R,f1..' 23rd Street Last
Nay N Wow'. Minister
Divine Worship ,..,. 41.30 cm
, Sunday' School ..... 3.00 p
Sunda? Masao 7:, 7 :46 II ;46
- Rio Abajo, R.P.
Sunday School COO 'p.m.
tritelings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at COO pm Win Memorial
806 Who Road. Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
. LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
. Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 1):30 m.
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 6:00 p.m.
1 Relief SoclOty. Tuesday (POO p.m.
1 MIA:, Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thumday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227i
' Allantia Branch
Building 200. Schoolhousa Road, Gattm
Sunday School; Sunday 3:30 a.m.
SW11111404 meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton Laidig, Minister
Phone Res 83-7118 Of. 834105
Sunday School 1;80 P.M
(A class Mr everY age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Youth Fellowship 8:00 p m
Ravening Worship 1:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise Med.) MO PM
A church nursey in provided.
, OW CATHOLIC CRUNCH
St Raphael The Arehingel
13th St West No I
Poly Eucharist Sunday al lt10 1 M
Tuesdays. Wednesday. and thlwadev4
Sacrament et Unction tHealtna bet
virei First Sunda, of comb month it'
7:30 PM A
,Mouni Ha !Diet. Chrtettew Chace II
ponama R P
St 'Rev T Jemea litstiog
Morning devotion ..... '6:00 cm
Fellowship Worship WOO m
Sunday School 3:00 p,m
Divine Service; 7:30 pm
, pAnArs CENTER
' 54 ririn Street
Urbanizscinn El Carmen. Panama City
minimal, Talks and Quicussions
- thurhdays,., 14 too DA,
Colon, Nth all Ftol 11 Streets
- tupstaill American Bazaar)
Shady Classes Thursdays, 1:30 0.1n
2' BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
, gspaiehe St., Pants C.Z.
Rev Waidabe IR Stewart, Pastor
Sunday WOO ama WarghiP SorViel
3;00 p.m. Sunday School. ,
7:1S p.sirt. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Tonna People'e Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mich.iveek Christian
, Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women,s Missionary( So.
THE CHURCH or don ."
: : New Providence
Mrs' Maude Hines, rooter
Sunday hehool I0:00
Morning Worship WOO a m
Night Service 7:311 p.m
, FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad
, Rainbow City, Canal Zone
' Rev. Wm, Livingston. Pastor,
THE CHURCH OF GOD
-, 3033 Eighth Street e
Rev. G. Grandison. Pastor
Sunday School .4,4 9:30 a.m.
Morninp Worship 10:30 m
Night Service 1:30 p-m
Morn Int Worship 9.00 a tri
Sunday School 10:30 cm
Night Service 7;30 DM
THZ CHVIICH OP GOD lie Abele
: Monts Oscine Ed,-leth
- Seth Wm. J. Johnston, Pastor
Sunday ,Schoo 9:30 is.nt
Morning Worship 10'30 a m
loon tiervice s, 1:30 p.m
albRal OP GOD iftnteants14
Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer
Phone II-421 Sox 25kOsinholl
CAurchtm royals, Oz. (Rev. ono
Mrs, Herman O, Whyte), Co lent, ft,P
(Reve Fernando 1,orencel, Rio Abajo
ales,. and Mrs. Charles Baynes). an;
Cativit Me,. and Mrs,. Clifford Gnomes)
Sunday and weekdays! services. It ell
, CONMCNITT CHAPEL,
Diablo C.Z. ,'
lbw Digo lo echogi)
Rev. Carl V. litammeen. Minimise
Sax 30. Diable Heights, C.Z. :
MINIM Home, Gamboa V?
Chnrch Saltine 471
Siptday School 10:00 am
OrskttO dervie0 11:00 0.m
Youth Service e :GO ri.ns,
Evangelistic Service M
Wednesday.; Bible SitidY
and. Prayer Service VISO 0M.
OIFFDEMER tillTHERAN CHURCII
salami Reed al Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. (tussle, Paste
PO Rom lift Balboa.
Sunday Schnell fillite Mar COQ Lilt.
Divine Service 11413
IlnlY Communion, Drat Sunday' of the
Former -chapel of Our Saviours Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal chapel 3rd, St. end lielandell Ave.
Sir. Eugene fl. Denser, Vlems
Altinday Sci Bible Clem 11.00 CM CMDivine
Divine CMDivine Service 10:13
linlY Communion. last Sunday of the
day of the
THE CHURCH 011, GOD
1 In ,12 Pluthik Oilramt PnlAsa
r rATLy NZWSPAT'l
iewill altars warn mia 792-A La
dota tdAiboo. cz tit btu Nathan
14, Hatt. bit ector,
iervie Ericiay 149 p-na, Saturna,
p 31 0 m
iSee 44,6 thump cot Jewish termer
moor Pram Sasso and Stat.onsi,
t..untto,tait)on Sheartth meet Ave
fad L.M, and 36th Street. Sella Viotti
..,tiamit City Service 11:00
Cbarelb of Chrin oefootiol, 411LI
bid Anson Sou lovas
Msocia) 11.t1U, et:intend Rt 0,40
iunumv School 0.30 cm
4,1 ',hutch et Llstud, belessubs, Croon
13th Stress 01 moms. num Ism
- 4unti.v Nennol lig cis
Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday 0:00 0m
Posts and Bases
fi ORT AMADOR
morning Uors.up is tiv
Church-tinte Nursery School 10:00
bunday School tRuilding No
126) V AM.
Morning Worship 10.31
Thursday Evening Mid.Week
Youth Fellowship-501day 1:00
FORT HOBBS' ,4
Sunday School IPOO
Morning Worship L1:30
Evening Worship ...I....4 1:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 1:00
Worship Service.- Rio Hato 1:15
Christian, Youth Fellowship Saw
Eoldier's Fellowship...Thurs. ton
Qthca's Christian UnlonTbUrtil 1:00
ALBROOK AM irCHCI SASS
Sunday School 1:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club) 1:30
Morning Worship $.30 & 10:43
Youth Fellowship 6:30
to S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
, of Month) ,
15th NO HEADQuARTERS CHAPEL
Mornin$ Worship 1;00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month 1.
Naval Radit.' Station, Summit 6:00
Daily Mass 4:30
Sunday Masses 7 :00 & 8:30
Confessions, Saturday 6:30 a ; :30
Sunday 11;00 & I:25
Daily Man 11:45
, Sunday Masses .7 :45 & :00
ConfessionsSaturday 6:30 & COO
Daily Mass ... 6:15
Saturday MaSileS 11:00
Sunday Masses ... I:00 ,& LI:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
ConfessionsSaturday COO 1 :30
,:0 R un OdZaAy M 'ass
ALBROOK AIR FORCS BASIC e
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses .... 7;45 A 12:00
Strantsh t ..... N 7 :011
1 Novena ServicesTuesday 7:00
Contessionpfasturday-ftt ?Ls per, itto
11.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass ,,.f11,: 0:30
Saturday .. .... 4 2:00
US0,1Vii. Sit 11;os ' I
'friOnt,,,i .. .. isiitt 7:110
ALBROOK Alit' FORCI SASS
luSoJWS (Balboni ,, ;i.
, ,.1 ATLANTIC SIDS
- - Protestant :
; Sunday SchoolBldg 253 11:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer followsitio-131dg.. 253
Choir Practice ,,,,,Wednsaday
Post Chapel ..... ..... '749
FORT GtILICK '
' Sunday School s. .. . 0:30
Morning Worship ..6 '10;45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday 0:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild. Ist Thum, 140
S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 0:30
Morning Worship .,.. 11;po
lioly Communion ..First .SundaY
7' -7 Catholic, ,t :
FORT DAVIS ,
Daily Masa .-..,;, I,' 7:00
Daily M245 ;.7,:t; 11::0030
Confessions; SALMIS, 6:19
SundaY OA I o. Lr .04.0 !!: off:
FORT GULICK ..;;;
Deily Mass " 7:00
Saturday Mass 1:00
Sunday Messes V:45 & 10:15
Confessions. Saturday COO & 7:00
U S. NAVAL STAUON Coco, Solo
Deily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass I:30
, Sunday Mau 6
Sutsday, Mass 1:30
' Jewish 4 z,
Greak Orthodox service( are conduct.
ed at tho Church of the AnuncletiOn.
Via Delimit) PorraSt San Francisco do
le Cadent. Panama City., R.P.. and et
the Church of St. Anthony. Avanide
Menendez, Colon, 111, on alterruitt SOP.
days at 0:311, For Anther informatione
call the Office ot the Army Chaplain
Wee'. ly Services in ail 4hUrsbell
Sabbath School 41:30 cra.
Divine ServIce WOO m.
Youth's blastins 4;30 vs.ra
Bible Study and Prayer lervieo
, resale Side Pananti
Pastor, W. ki. 24,345011
Citixt Verde, Ava, J, y. de ova
Np, 17 i Chorrillo 25th No, 21. Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nueve g-A St, between 34 end 4th
Rio Aba.I0 llth N0. ST so GeMbell
Pastor CI. D. 4-510
Pastor A. A,, 0107141 to, Tel, ii.102
Spanish Church. Pacific Side renew
Pastor Norberto Quiroa
Panama. Calle. Darien No. 3
' PedreSel, Bi Nuevo Outwore
Pliant le Bide
Paqior G Jeffries... 3111201i
"ristobal :English...lath Ps Pollan' kit
Cristobal PrianisitIstit Haar Avia
OM Calif Ian RoadTeL 2-I839 3-3331
Services for Easter are as fol follows!
lows! follows! At 6 cm., the congregation
of the Gatun Union Church will
join other Atlantic siders at the
Easter sunrise service to be held
at Ft, Davis, with the Rev. J. W,
Limkemann delivering the mos mossage,
sage, mossage, "The Resurrention Today."
At 9:45, Church School, with a adolt
dolt adolt Bible class, will meet. At the
11 o'clock serviee' of worship, Ho Holy
ly Holy Communion will be observed,
with the sermon, "Easter Rail Railgion,"
gion," Railgion," The !anthem by the choir
will be Boger C. Wilson's Now
Is Christ Risen, with a solo by
Miss Claire White. :
, The solo by the minister, "Eas-;
ter Song," by Julee Granter. The
Youth Fellowship will not meet
on Easter Sunday.
,.. ... UNION CHURCH ... ..,
': UNION CHURCH
, The Union Church of the Canal
Zone will begin its worship servi
es Easter Sunday 9:30 cm. i e
Coco Solo Chapel.. As ann need
previously the Margarita Union
Church congregation hat been ex extended
tended extended to include the Coco Solo
'rhe 9:30 CocwSolo service Will
be similar to the 11 o'clock serv service
ice service at Margarita, the Rev. Theo.;
dore E. Franklin has entitled his'
sermon "Victory Day." The Min Ministrv
istrv Ministrv of 7-losnitalitv will, he cen-'peted
in Margarita by Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Smith and in Coco So Solo
lo Solo by Mr. and .Mrs. Peter W. Fos FosSpecial
Special FosSpecial Easter mush will he
given in the Margarita chore, ,by
the choir under the direction of
Mr. Harold Spicknall and at Coco
Solo by' James H., Pfau, bass so soloist.
loist. soloist. - ,: , '-,. '' t i
, ,' : ,,' ,, , ,
Frederick Saur will be organist
at both services. Special floral
decorations will add to the wor worship.,
ship., worship., The Easter, theme will also,
be part of the Sunday school hour
starting at 9:45 a.m. The Coen So Solo
lo Solo children have enthusiastically
.responded to the bus service soon soonsored
sored soonsored by -the Union Church.' The
new orrangement allow the chit-
dren to attend Sunday, school at'
Margarita and, the Parents at Co-1
co Solo simultaneously, ', ,, -, .. I
April)20 will mark the 10th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the congregation. Soe Soecial
cial Soecial services on that day will in inworshin
worshin inworshin services.
elude a fellowshiO SuPpet And an--:
niversarY service in addition to'
the regular The,
Rev, Thomas X. Thompson of the'
National Council of Churches will I
be the anniversary speaker. ",
" -' UNION- CHURCH ',
the young people of Gamboa 17-1
nion Church are again' sponsoring
a ,sunrise service on Easter Sun.I
day' morning, Aniple, seating ar,!
rangements will be ,provided on i
the golf course, facing the waters'
of the Chagres River. The service'
will be condileted by the Rev,I
'Walker M.' Alderton, minister of
Ithe ehurch. -, ,..
A soccial feature will be the' at attendanre
tendanre attendanre in body of the mem members
bers members of the Order of the Rainbow
for Girls,' Assembly No, 3,, Aboot
175 will attend and Participate :in
the Servict. in 'stddition to- those
from the local ',community,' and
sorrounding areas, wit& will make
up the general gathering. The
young people have emphasized
their announcement of welcome aa
includin those interested front a any
ny any of the eurroundint, neighbor neighborhoods.
hoods. neighborhoods. The service 'will be opened
at 6:30 0.111, and will be conclud conclud,
, conclud, ed about 7:15,
Sunday School, at Gambol Union
Murat will bests- a aneeial feature'
in its' assembly period beginning
pt 9130 a.m. 'This will he under
the, direction o1 Mrs., Paul Bell,
asaistant superintendent' of the
school.' ' ,,,,,
, . ,
'In the Easter Morning Worship
at 10:4e, a.m., several young neo neonle
nle neonle will, he banti'ted and TPCeivp0
into the Church. Some members r.t
families reeentiv settled in the vil- I
laee Will elan be received as --
iodate members. :-, .., :
: CHURCH OF G011
,-,,, Perater, C.Z. s ,' .'",,
The Church of God, of Paralso.
will conduct a full schedule of
Easter services. , ,,
Feltures for.the'day ere as fol.
SundaY School ly4ung and Old)
10, a.m., Baptismal Service, 11
Shin Tycoon Sc3s
111(!ntint On Vcroe
01 rialor ilccessi:a
' LONDON, Pril 3 (UP)Sir
William Currie, chairman of the
Peninsula and Oriental ,titeam
Navigation Company- the larg
est 4shipping',,company in the
world, today Averned that othe
world's shipping industry y'as
On the threshold of rrainr
recession", and that at present
there was 4little prospect of aro'
1,ast -year the ebmPany had a
sul-Pliis of $35,000,V10 which IsiftS
a '4rise of 314,000,000 ,,over the
surplus of the previous year.
3ut, the chairman minted out
that,,a year ago '':the demand
for tramp ships wax at its
height and freight retes touch-,
e,d, almost Unheard of levee."
, pointed out that in, thc
P.! and 1). Company, shipping
fleet 40 per cetn of the shins
were cargo liners and in addi addition
tion addition it was the parent company
of a large group- of tramp ship
He maid that s bad was the
freight rate market today 'that
"at present It Is to :
fix one at a kitta which will show
a.m., Reception of Members and
Lord's Supper 5 p.m.,..Evangcli p.m.,..Evangclical
cal p.m.,..Evangclical Service,with a centata o oDen
Den oDen one week of revival services
1 L4 Bacit 7
Th0 !windlel service for Easter
at St. Peter's church. the only
chtirclityettiaining in La Boca.
a chorel Eitchetiq stertine 7 cm
tomorrow ,witit testolk. rocessoon
and celebrated by the Rev, join
Speer. - ,
Memuers of the Women's ko konary
nary konary will make their monthly tor-crate
rommunIon at, thIo sery
After the service, R breektast
will be served thP enntre"otifat In
tin' parish hell' be4deesed by the
fewierino- Ihrefiti Mimic
the rocherlot,, this rho. under
miss Myrtle Green; nreflopt
the Feotee contete Iltilleet of Coe
trory".ln the t ',venire et, 710
pelt! mite;c i
.holir. under .....
roner.rin,t 'brew mimic
tor thok rttrhPYlgt. rho. under
IVIvrtb. Green,. will nrfijo,lt
the Fitstpr oentatot Igniivpt Co.
Intry",111 fventr lits 7'30
chnrteneR roommonr,A,Till nrceete,
pon06.,,,,mm, 11$31,1,444 'rendortd
110 tho 0)1.4, thrAp vf,steg son
, Th.re wilt 14A tin Philrevo ftw
MiStii0O, thok rinistio it invit.4
, BAPTIRT CloURCH
1 - bine' in Florida. Dunkelherg oriza
. Balboa nized the small eroun of rell,tiouS
1 Easter services of the First lit!erPts here end farmed s fellOW
Maptist Church will maintain Mel chin in in01-47.''rhin ore-dated thl
resole, hours of all Sunday ,serv,- U.S. Unttarien Fellowship 'move.-
ices. The Pastor, Rev.' W. H. Bee-1 ment -which is ldegigned to servo
14t, will preside at both the 1120,areogyTher, 110 Vnitarian churche$
early:service. and the duplicate are located,
service at.1.0:40 &Jo, Jatereoefl persons from the Bei BeiHis
His BeiHis message will be taken from nubile of Pooama OT the Zone aro
Iloth 010' and New Testaments and invited to attend the xervicps Lnd
lis entitled. .'llestirrection ROilii
ties,",:presefiting the fact that the
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,: .,: :14 k." V -,di
. 2 : I ,,;',God evidenced Hili Love by the gift of His - :
., ',, Son ... Christ proved His Love by His sae.
- : .''' rificial death for your redemPtion..., ',You
' '..., demonstrate your love by worship and by : '.'
,, your seRiee to Him. '' .' ', , i 1 :
.ri LO VE r
. ' TEE GOD Or INITITEs you
,',God evidenced His Love by the gift of His
Son Christ proved His Love by His sae.
rificial death for your redemPtion.. ',You
demonstrate your love by worship and by
, your seRiee to Him.
g:30.-L,SfINDAY SCHOOL ,(Classes for All'Ages),
A'g'ood tirne,tO,,get all the family started:in Sunday
, Scnool,We teach the:living' Word 'for men dead in
:trespasses. end sin; You will find', cless for
11:DOMORNING WORSHIPThe Fad of the
' 2' Resurrection. ''
,' the resurrection claim trUe?. How may know?
Does' it Make'any difference what think, The living
' Christ is your key Io eternal life.
,, 6:00JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOLERS:
7:00-LEVENINO'SERVICEWILL THE DEAD
' LIVE AGAIN?', '
Will the dead bodr ever be raised again?, What kind
- of a-body will it Joe? Will we -sknow each other lafter
'death'? The Bible',einiters: for us :the itiestions
' the resurrection,' of the body.. ,
NursevMissionary Sundayr-WeIcome,To You ,-
9:30SUNDAV SCHOOL (Classea tor all ages);
This is a good Sunday to add Bible study to your church
, activities. Worship and inspiration are essential to our
Chriatian lives; but these are retarded without directed
Bible study, When you bring your children, join ons of
our 5 adult classes. t
8:20L,TIVO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
The bodily reburrection of Christ wu real end physical,
or Pio great lie of the ages.
Never before Slave We believed In adult trainirg as in Os
modern daymore 'adults are going to school thart ever
before. Church training Is a fa'olly Siffaircome and join
over 200 of U3 in spiritual training.
lqrs. Mildred Hearne Louise Swallorci
':-;;:,,:. CHURCH CHOIR :
,' :; SOLOIST, r-4 .TRIOS QUARTETS
,EVERYONE WELCOMFp-NURSERIES pRovirED
7.77 clutrrm's-clurrt---- Cr.:7; 11:; :
'r4surrection of Christ is real, a f
'physical as ours will be, or thei t
fis no truth in the resurrection a'
The junior choir. directed ty
Mrs. Oland Summers, will siol.
!Look To The Lamb," in t h i
morning service. The adult. 0191 i
will sing, lie Is,Net Here, Rot I:4 l
Risen." Mrs. Louise Swafford wir i
play the organ. Robert Snyder i!
pastor of the Childrents Chaim...
for ages 5 to 12 years old children
which meets at the 10:40 hour,
' The Sunday School will meet 'at t
the usual hour of 9:30 cm. In 4t
classes and eight departmeilts 1
The Bantist Training union is i
held at 6:30 p.m. Everyone le in- 1
vited. Crib room facilities- are a.
vailable for infants and nurseriet t
for toddler's, I, ;--., ,,, -, t
..... AnCOn ;
1De Easter morning servIees"m
ducted by Mrs. Richxrd Jenlot,
the UnitarlRn Society will be crine
ttncl will be held at 10:30 2,31: 'ot
41m Society center.,362 AlleOn'Eliftt
. Will present -"It '13
F ,h 4 An infororetatioil'of
Eister by ,ETtrien C. Punketheru
formfr emnlove of 00 Panama
ununuvu Ut UV" ranams
ranal CcE, whn hos retired anti I's
remain for the social hour fqllow
lug. .- , ; t .-.,
Easter means more than
the too that Christ Arose
from the dead,
iAttion: AND. FILL
CS et 11
Christ Como Forth From the. Dead
To Iting You Life Anew
ITT FAY' AN ryz-Err:-,
alisas City Hurler- Whips ,,
..:,irates To Keep Scoreless
arned' Rtm Innhigs- Going'
Editor: CONRAD SARC:AN1
a LI: tA,;1
NEW YORK:April 5--(11P)--The Kansas Ci Ci,
, Ci, t' if: Athletics are chortlinetoday in the pellet' that
- t.,zy 'put one over on the nughty New York:ram:
I Lug when they acquired Ralph Terry::
( Terry was a mere pawil last
i aufnmer when the Yankees and
1 Athletics swung their big deal in in1
1 in1 volving Riney Martin and Harry
) Simpson but he's developed so
a fast that Kansas City Coach Spud
1 Ch.ncller, an ex-Yankee pitching
I great, says he can win 20 game,s
u tle's got all the tools to do it,"
'1 saM, Chandler after Terry, went'
1 .the, route for the second time this'
,,,,i spring in a 5-1 victory over the
g Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday. "I
, wouldn't ,,trade Terry for any
', patter in .the league, except pos.-,
; silt), Herb Scor6, and that goes
- fos- Whitey ,Ford and Billy
. PiOtce l'' ;
',Terry tact Onl lb 5-12 record
l , last season but in 1956 had s 13.;
. 4 Inark at Denver and late that
g season was impressive in a
' coapio of starting assignments
1 aohinst the Boston'Ated Sox, in
Terry's previous outing, 'he shut
bdt the Philadelphia Phillies, 4..',
0,:,and now hat pitched 22 -cow
; strutivo irsnings without permit
1 nrting an earned run. ,
:I Terry, who struck out five and
g di al walk a batter, yielded an
) untamed run in the eighth trut the
, .' Athletics tallied three in the bot
; Vito of the frame to clinch ,tbe vie vie-
- vie- tory. Bob Martyn, started the rat rat!
! rat! 1Y.,With a single; Bob, Cent- don don.
. don. bled and Billy Hunter' and Harry
Chid singled in succession..
Only two other games both at
: night were played on Good Fri Friday.
day. Friday. A two-run homer bv Frank
Rcibinson sparked the .Cincinnali.
Iledlegs to a-0-3 victory, over the
' Washington Senators while the Chi
cap White. Sox, edged the St.
4:7-, Richard Widmark in
, Richard Todd in.
And The Fight
ROBINSON vs. BASILIO 4
lastItouis Cardinals on Sherm Lollar's
and two-out single in the ninth inning.
I in- Bob Purkey blanked' the Sena Senaarry
arry Senaarry tors on two singles for the first six
t so innings. The Red legs,' meanwhile,
Spud rapped Russ Kemmerer for four
ling runs in the,first inning and added
ime,s single runs in the fourth and fifth.
it," At Lakeland, Fla., meanWhile,
Rent the Detroit Tigers drew a blast
this from manager lack Tighe, who
the was angered, at the team's lack lack1
1 lack1 "I lustre performance in a pair' of
any exhibition gamel with Charleston
pos- and Augusta. He criticized Al Ka Kagoes
goes Kagoes line, Bar. loone,.', pitcher Bob
WHY Shaw and Call Harris.,,The,Tigers
, have a 6-15 record -ort the 'grape,-
fruit circuit. :, '' .-
ord , , 'I.., ',... ''-'s,'
13.; 4 Casey Stengel' announced that,
hat Tony Kubek will be the Yen Yen'
' Yen' a lose new shortstop this year
Ms and that Norm ,Siebern will 1
, in play': left fleld-4 Kubik p ?eyed'
hut -four positions last season when
4.: 'he was rookie of the veer- in the'
on American ,:League whiltp Siebern
wit.; 'hit .314 this sprirlo. Kubek's in.,.
,,. sertien at short moves Gil Mc Mc'
' Mc' Doupald from that post to sec secAna
Ana secAna ond ba... ,, i', ', -',
The Philadelphia Phi llies promnt promntled
led promntled roolde first-baseman Frank He Herrera
rrera Herrera to theirroSter and Inana4
ler Mayo Sxnitlk indicated that he
will open the season at that post
Herrera., a Cuban. hit .304 for
Miami in the International League
last season. I
, Tony Taylor a rookie infielder
from Cuba. won the ,litle" ex the
Chicago Cbbs' fAstescTuti,ler, beat beating
ing beating out outfielder Chuck Tanner
for the honor. ,"
DODGERS CLOSER '11VPARK
, LOS ANGELES (1.11')-r' the LDS
Angeles' Dodgers were a-step clam clamer
er clamer toclav to their new baseball
park 'The District. Court. of An Anpeals
peals Anpeals has-rejected a taxpayer's
suit to block ,transfer of Chavez
Ravine, proposed site of the park,
to ,the :Dodgers. i,144! t
FRANK SINATRA In
CHARMING -;:-,;-,AND.,.ATIIMESIRISQUE',STORY,,mJ;:,',-----: -,-
BI1ARRE -KIDNAPPING OF-A:MOVIE STAR,:
,. ,.. ,
The' managers and officials of
the Pacific ,Littlo League -have
scheduled a play-off series of the
12 year old bays who have lin linishd
ishd linishd their Little League ;Career
for Monday; Tussday.,and
Wednesday of ttext week.
:The 12 year old boys on the
Insurance ,eams, Gibraltar Life
insurance, Lincoln Life : Insur Insurancs4
ancs4 Insurancs4 and Seymour 4kgency, will
play ,the 12 year old boys on the'
other three teams, 'Spur Cola,
Elks, and Police. the team man-,
agars 4nd the league 'umpires
will exchange roles for 's
' Charier, Itegir' will 'manage'
the insuranceteams while Lou
Seldon will manage the, ether
loam .?.J e ,
'ATLANTIC ARMED FORCES
, LITTLE LEAGUE .!
The teed &At Cubs tea first
place in the second half of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Area Armed Forcer Little
League with a 10 and two record.
Tbe ,Cubs suffered their last de-1
feat of the season at the bands of
theh- second half nemesis the Ft.
Gulick Raiders, who had 'defeated
the Cubs earlier in the season In a
kneek,down drag-out fight,for firstl
pl Pe. The Cubs racked up.,a 10 to
two record while the Raiders ,krab
ibed off second place with nine
Wins and three losses.'',,
the last tussle of the Cubs
season;' last Saturday (29 March),
the Raiders 'Tiled up dan 11 run
margin th win over the Cubs 21 to,
10. The Raiders scored in every
inning except the fourth, their big biggest
gest biggest inninutoming in the top of
the second ,vhen they brought
home ten runs,
Taking pitching' honors in last
Saturdayts slug Jest WAS Raider
pitcher Mike Browning. while the
loss goes against Jack Drydale of
the, Cubs. 1
Raider catcher Getie Gilbreath
'recorded two singles, one In the
second inning and one in the third,
driving in two runs with the first
blast ind one run with the second.
Third baseman Robert Gercia
smashed a double in the, ,third
stanza driving home two', more
Raider runs, and followed up with'
another RBI on .11 fifth inning
single. Centerfielder Benny Tas Tassons
sons Tassons also accounted for two singles
with an RBI on the first bit in the
The Cubs were Mitred' to SiX
hits with centerfielder Tony Halis
Loogun Standings -; ,1.1
.: W L GB1
Fort 1COlke : "-;.! 23 7.
Albrook .AFB ..! 22 8
Fort Clayton' 13 17 10
Fort Kobbe 23 7
Albrook AFB s 22 8 1 .1
Fort Clayton 13 17 10
Fort Amador 12 19 11
xArmy 5 25 18
x Denotes withdrawal from the
The Fort Kobbe Regulars maint maintained
ained maintained their, one game lead over
the second place Albrook Flyers
the bard way Wednesday afternoon
at Rencher Field by,coming front
behind to down the Fort. Clayton
- Trailing 7-4 going into the bot-1
tom of the seventh canto, the Reg-1
ulars picked up three runs on two
hits arti an' error in the seventh
and three' more runs on two 'hits
and one more Clayton error in the
Rifhtfielder Jim' Weeks 'paced
the Kobbe bitters with three hits In
three times to the plate. Center Centerfielder
fielder Centerfielder Keith Williamson, first base
man Gary Davis and catcher Len Lennie
nie Lennie Cittens added two hits apiece
and pitcher Doug Norton collected
ordy one hit but drove in four runs
by virtue of two sacrifices and a
S'econd baseman Gregory',
first baseman Manning Weaver
leftfielder Ray Itamczyk' had
two safeties apiete to pace the
Cavaliers.. Shortstop Stan.Christian
poled a home run. ,
, Doug Norton went the route for
Kobbe to pick up ,his 10th win as
opposed to four,-setbaeks.-Cy Bra-,
dy and Joe Schufritz shared mound
duty.for Clayton with-Schutritz suf
PACIFIC MINOR LEAGUE SECOND RALF 'WINNERS Back mwt.' left to JoSeph. Stabler, manager,' Lewis tabler,--,
-.Steven' 'ComPton, James McClain, Joseph Ponce, L Olds Austin;: George Michaelis, John (Lefty) McGlade,- coach,
, Front row,,, left' to right Rusty McClain, ,Robert 'Morse, James de la Pena,i Barry Douglas,. Robert Houghs, Bobby Richardson,'
Danny...Austin; 'John Stableri Patrick Bartlett, assistant ..manag er:, These are the members of the Grace. Line team; victorious
in the ieCond half Nseaton- of the Pacific Minor League.; TheY will meet the, first halt. winners,t the Balboa. Pilots, 'in lt4 best
;of three playofff series Ail. ,the 'Little League Park' beginning April :10,', k!. ,,, :,- .,,
getting a single in the second per
riod and an, RBI to boot. Catc'aer
Joe Koch'Iblasted two singles, one
each in the fourth and sixth stan stanzas.
zas. stanzas. Pitcher Jack Drydale clobber clobbered
ed clobbered double in the second inninr
driving one man home. Shortstop
Luther Quinn got an ,RBI with his
second period double while, third
baseman Jack Butson accounted
'for the last Cub hit with a single
in, the fifth.,,, ,,
In the VFW Post 100 Fort,Gu Fort,Gutick
tick Fort,Gutick Raiders' game on Monday (31
March), the Raiders out-hit ,the
VFW nine to three to win on a 22
to three score. 'VFW pitcher Alex
Ramiret took the loss while Raid Raider
er Raider pitcher Gene Gilbreath waS re
ited with the.victory.
VFW hitting was led by short shortstop
stop shortstop Craig Pratt who tot an RBI
on a fifth inning single when he
drove home catcher Scotty Tyree,
Other vFmr singles were 'record 'recorded
ed 'recorded ,,by Alex Ramirez and Rafael
Raider catcher Robert Garcia
took hitting honors for his team
by blasting a third peried
which brought a run in and' a fifth
stanza double.' Third baseman Ber
,ny Passons recorded a single for
an 'RBI in the fifth inning while
Ben Vega, the Raiders' first sack sacker,
er, sacker, got two singles, one each in
the second and third innings.
The final standin s for the sec second
ond second half are:
Coco Sotto Cubs ;' 10 2
Fort Gulick Raiders r ?
Colonial Braves 6 5
VFW Post 100 2 P
Fort Davis Rangers 2 9,
obbe Maintains 1-Game Le
: : : : :
fering the loss:Ms record is 2-8. ,
'Wednesday night at Beam ,Stad- iegal
lum the Albrook APB Flyers made champi
quick work of the Fort Amador hands o
Troopers, disposing orthem to the ants wi
tune of 11-1. ' ', dy City
' The-devastating Flyer -ha ts
boomed .out 19 hits off of three
Amador pitchers to coast to an ea- ,p,,,,'
sy triumph behind the four hit --,
pitching of Dick "Big Red', Green- 1 i
field. . , , ,
Led by a towering home run by
leftfielder Arnie' Daniel the Flyers 4 ig
picked up three runs in' the initial :
canto. Albrook added one more tai- '
ly 4n the second, three in the fourth
three in the sixth and, one in the ,
eight f to complete the rout 1;
, Catcher Manuel Lopeeslammed I :,
out four hits and third baseman
Frank Gandarilla, Daniel and short '
stop Roger Zimmerman had three
hits apiece. Daniel added a triple '
to his first hminq circuit clout and 1 :f,
Zimmerman collected a four-bagCatcher
trv. Haynes got two ofil
Amador's four ,hits to pace th el
Troopers. ), I.
Dick Greenfield got tredit ftir I
his ninth win in 11 delision for the
Flyers while Wayne Tolbert, Troop- 1 ., .,.,.
er southpaw was charged with the 1 L;1
loss. His record is 7-5. 2, ) 1;7;
With only two games left on the I bit"
PAAF,League schedule, iti looks ,
like Saturday night's Kobbe-Albrook
clash at Beam Stadium ur
might very well decide the eham- 11
pion. It will be Kobbe's last game
of the4eason., while Albrook ,,,,, will .Th
have one more game left wan 1
Fort Clayton Monday evening. 1,,,,.,-r.
Bantamweight king Edwin Sykes
and top-ranked comeader Claudio
Martinez were ad set, today, tor
thzeir 15-round title bout in,Colon
tomorrow night in match that is
regarded in local fight circles. as
the fight of the year.(
l',,Tho champion, a flashy oporat oporator
or oporator who boxes' and hits with equal
, ot.';ectiveness, will defend h s
, crown for tho first time since ha
won nit by decisioning Toto: I-,
barra earlier this year.
' A winner of 12 straightbattles,
Sykes took 'an easy' ten-round Ver Verdict
dict Verdict from Cuban Chutha 'Gutierrez
early in Februat in his only ap appearance,
pearance, appearance, since !becoming ':' cham champion.
pion. champion. ''
The challenger,- who is one. of
the scrappiest, Panamanian' fight fighters
ers fighters to come along in years, lost
his last two engagements,, both to.
fl)rmer',11.8-pound champ 'Melvin
'Outweighed hy:over five pounds
In the first 'encounter, Claudio suf suffered
fered suffered a TKO because. of a gash
over an 'eye, but,, in' the second
meeting be held his 'own impres impressively
sively impressively against the rough house
Bourne in, dropping a ten-roUnd
, Bourn, who "had expected 'to
stop Claudio again, predicted im
mediatoly,,aftet that bout that
l Martinez would bud Sykes
whenever they mot,.
The ambitioub, clean-living Sykes
hopes to rack hisl3th straight
victory, before going abroad with
his- manager, sportsman Isaac
Claudio spe,nt Over six months in
the States last year but did not
fight up North. He plant to return
if he is successful in wresting the
crown from Sykes, since as champ
he would be sure of recognition
Ins brother, R.P. featherweight
king, Isidro Martinez, who is rank ranked
ed ranked seventh among the world's 126-
pounder by thoNational Boxing As Association,
sociation, Association, will be in his corner for
this "big one." , ,
' Regardless of 'the outcome. the
championship will ,remain In the
hands of a Colonite. Both contest contestants
ants contestants were born and live in the Win Windy
dy Windy City. ;,.
.; By 'PRICE
AUGUSTA, Ga. (UP)-- Sopho Sophomore
more Sophomore pro Ken Venturi, who
served notice two years ago his
day of destiny in the goll world
was about to dawn, took a one onestroke
stroke onestroke lead today into the second
round 0 the 22nd Masters Jour Journament.
nament. Journament. ;
The slim San Franciscan, who
at 27 is considered a golling
youngster, ,shot a, four-unner-par
68 Thursday to prove that his se selection
lection selection by veteran pros and sports
writers as the favorite to win
Bobby Jones1.- tournament this
year was no Idle gossip.
his 11-foot birdie putt on the
18th green bad dropped instead of
skipping a foot past the cup, he
would have' carrd a two ,stroke
lead into today's second round.-..
Four golfers, including three threetime
time threetime Masters winner Jimmy De Demaret,
maret, Demaret, were hot on Venturi's
heels with opening day scores oi
69. Joining Demaret, of Kia Kiamesha
mesha Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., with three-under
par round were Australia's
little Norman Von Nide, .Bob Win Wininger
inger Wininger of Odessa, Tex. and -Chick
Harbert of Northville, ,,
, Throe Have 70
One-time Meliphis,- Tenn, den dentist
tist dentist Cary MiddlecoM who now
plays out of tHollywood,, Fla., was
two strokes back with '714' along
with Flory Van Donck of ,Bel ,Belgium
gium ,Belgium and Arnold Palmer of La Latrobe,
trobe, Latrobe, Pa., '
The low amateur for the first
round was Bill Hyndman: Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Who shot a 71, along with
eight pro,essionals. They -included
Fred Hawkins,: El Paso,, Tex.;
Byron Nelson, Roanoke,- Tex.'
Claude Harmon,: Mamaroneck',
WY.; Lionel Hebert, Lafayette,
La.;' Billy Maxwell, Odessa, Tex..;
Roberto DeVicenzo, Mexico City;
Jack Fleck,, Rochester's., Mich.;
and 'Art Wall JrPocono Man Manor,
or, Manor, Pa. .:
Fourteen players shot even par
72's opening day, including three-.
The Comptrollers 'teim won a
three-game rolloff from the G-2
squad this week, 2562-2402, to svin
the Fort Amador Officers- Bowling
At the completion of the 25-week
schedule the two teams were dead deadlocked
locked deadlocked for first place. thus neces-1
ToP Individual honors went to
Major John Rice of the G-2 team
for posting the high individual av average
erage average of 169. Second high mail for'
the league was Chief Warrant Of Officer
ficer Officer Phillip ,Vescio of the Aditit Adititant
ant Adititant ,General team with a 159.57 av
erage. Right on his heels was Roy
Taut' of the winning Comptrollers
team with I 159.20. average. t
An oddity highlight of the league
play Was a trillie score recorder!
by Major Robert Bettie of the G-1
squad, who rolled three 'consecu 'consecutive
tive 'consecutive scores of 112
Members of the chaMpionship
team are: Mr. Taul, Major Josef)
Brigandi, Major William
Captain Charles' Jones, Lieutenant
Colonel.Walter Stielau, Ernest Wo Wolitarsky
litarsky Wolitarsky and Lieutenant Colonel.Er
Teams W L Ave'
Comptrollers 57 43 706
G-2 1 57 ,43 705
G-3 ",,''''' 56 '44 7181
G-1 39 61 675
G-4, 3861 671
'THE FINEST AMEItICA
,FILM THE'YEAR!" 51,
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thair Vatted tits ,
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-The colasssus that wiltsmash all box' -office rccor2s!,1
time Masters champions Sara
Snead of White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va.; and Bantam Ben Hogan
of Fort Worth, Tex., a two-time
winner and four-time runner-up.
One other former Masters win winner,
ner, winner, 50-year-old Hem Picard At ,,
Cleveland, also toured the 6,850-
yard course in eve', par.,
Snead scored the only eagle of
the first day's play when he
dropped a 16 foot putt on the par
five second- hole after a tremen--
dous second shot with a three iron
to the green. However, he bogied
the hole and was one over par
on the back nine to shoot' even'
par for the' day.
Venturi, the leading 'money win-
ner on the tournament circuit so
far this year, ,came to Augusta
destined for the favoritell'role..,
$tarted .Fast :
Two years ago,.. then an am.,"
teur, he started out like a,house
afire with rounds of 68 and 69,
held the lead despite -1'5 the
third day, but blew to an 80 in
the final tound to lose by one
stroke to Jack Burke Jr.. That
was as close as an amateur ever
has come' to winning the Masters
, Both Venturi and his 'number
one Lanpretty wLe Conmcred-
ited his superb approach shota
and deadly putting for hiS line
first round ,score. 4
C0111)i, a shapely brown-haired
beauty whe was stylishly dressed
in matching pink skirt and sweat-
er as she, followed her husband
around the course, said she didn't ,,
think Ken was ,driving well at all.
"But he's'. putting and chipping
as well as' anyone could,' she
added proudly.' ,
' However, ,,, Venturi said he
thought his driving' improved in',
the latter stages ot the roundt:-
"Tbe course played compara comparatively
tively comparatively easy. to what they can do
with it here,", Venturi said, add- '',
ing "They still, have some ,places
they haven't used ,yet bn those
greens for the
: MIXED 1.EAGUE
r, 27th wsak '!
Colonial Insurappe :
'Tivoli, Motors 35
Colpan Motors ;, fa. 44 37
A P AT- ;, 43 38
Abattoir Nacional ?.-';;, 39' 42 T.'
nom Battery:. 38.- 43
Tahiti Jeweirv, 36 -45
Spaldinc,Dot 31 50
Tivoli Motors 3
, Coionial Insurance, 0
This was the "big" match for
Colonial Insurance a,n d they
couldn't enforce their.policies on
Throli,Motors and lost all' thrhe
points, They also had their lead
cut to one point. and the last night
of bowling 'will decide the cham-,
Jose "300" Damian subbed for'
Bill Rogers, scoring 608, led to
the tlemise of Colonial Insurance.
Bob "Sniffy" Toland with 576 was
top man for the losing insurance-
: APA 2; golpan Motors 1,
The "Flyers" proved a road-
block for- Colpan Motors and this
practically, eliminated Colpan Mo Motors
tors Motors from the title race. Earle Best
and sub Chuck Almeda flevr most-
est 'for APA lvhile Don Rudy and
Al, Minor drove the fastest for
Colpan Motors.' s
Tahti Jewelers ,-
- 1 Spalding Dot 0
The."Jeweirs,' when faced with
the possibility of changing places
with Spalding Dot, took stock for
the situation and forth with applied ,'
the white-wash brush to the Dots,
Virgil Camby and Raul Alvarado
"shone" for the Jewelers and for
the Dots,' Bob Boyer scored 56.1.
-Abatoir Nac ona
- Tired of being 41cousins"' for
Test Battery ell season --Abettoir
Nacional.drew and quartered
Tasco Battery for all three points
and took over Wth plate grom
co Battery. Mac Lane, Ted Albrit- :
ton 'and Addie Colclasure were the
chief meat-cutters and for the
Tasco Battery team, Bud Baiter
wait the most highly charged. 1
ANTHO Y-DURELLE SEEN
BOSTON UP) Eddie Quinn,
a Montrea oxing promote r,
hoped today for final clearance
for a Tony Anthony-Yvon Dure le
light-heavyweight bout at Montre Montreal
al Montreal May 21. Quhm said be was
working out plans with the Inter International
national International Boxing Club.
VIENNA (UP) Austrian ten tennis
nis tennis officials said today that Fred Freddie
die Freddie Huber brought on his indefi indefinite
nite indefinite suspension by gambling away
some of his expense money on
Riviera roulette tab,es. Huber, 28
while a -clown on- the courts, 'IS
Austria's Nit' 1 tennis rlaym,
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ZAMA 17,17::ICAN AN INn-zrz-strxr DAILY NTIVSPAT
. ty LEO H. PETERSEN
' TAMPA, Fla. (UP) There
'' tomes a time each spring when
baseball fever leads the so-called'
experts to pick the 'forthcoming
So who'll it be in 1958
The, Milwaukee Braves and the
New York Yankees. That's chalk,
as they say in horse racing,
the way. Why stick to chalk? Be-I
cause the Bravessand Yanks have
a 1 the horses.
Things can change, of course,
with such things as trades, injur injuries
ies injuries and the like. But after spend spend'
' spend' ing six weeks watching the 12 ma major
jor major league clubs training in Flor Florida
ida Florida and examining reports on how
things are going with the four
clubs who base their conditioning
camps in Arizona, it, comes down
to this: s
- 1. Milwaukee; Los Angeles;
3. St. Louis; 4. Cincinnati; 5. MI
IS Aral turiscn
lins 0311:3 Post
mid 6:11 Tourn31
,' The 1958 post level Fort Clayton
golf, tournament came to a conclu conclusion
sion conclusion this week at the Fort Clayton
links with the U.S. Army Grarrison
eam 'emerging victoriota in the
team competition by the margin
Skt live slim strokes over the runner-up
Chemical Service team, 13-
LIThe Chemical Service team pick pickup
up pickup 10 strokes on the winners
en the last day of action but could couldquite
quite couldquite overcome' the 15-stroke
The U.S. Army Caribbean Spe Spetial
tial Spetial Services, team finished third
With a 1323 total, strokes off
the pace. Fourth place.went, to
Military Police team which tom tomigled
igled tomigled a 1344 total. The rest of the
team finished as fellows: 79th Ar Army
my Army Band, 1398; Finance, 1501;
Signal, 1575: 'Ordnance, 1598 and
C Battery; 1672.
, Master Sergeant Joe Dougie
talcs won medalist honors. hut
the low firer for the tournament
was Colonel Elmer W., Grubbs.with
Ai 297 total. The rest, oU the top
10 were:- Master, Segettnt, Rd W.
Kapp, 299; Specialist Second Class
'James Eirkley, 300; Sergemit Dou Dou,
, Dou, glewice; 302: Major Frank Coniski,
314; Captain James', ',Boyd, 7320;
Master Sergeant Milton Moore ed
Private Frist Class Al Koehn,324
Master ,Sergeant Lloyd Byers, 325
and Master Sergeant George Bau Bauer,
er, Bauer, 330
Tho- five golfers in Iffeutoufw
eamk ti present Fort (Inv
ton in tt..e coming USAZCAR,14,
GolLJ ,-rnament. ,,
adelphia; 6: Pittsburgh; 7. San
Francisco; S. Chicago.
1. New York; 2. Chicago; 3.
Detroit; 4. Boston; 3. Cleveland;
6. Baltimore; T. Kansas City; 8.
Of the- two pennant picks, we
like the Yankees the best.. We
agree with Cookie Lavagetto, the
manager of the Washington Senators,-when
he says the Yankees
will win by 15 games. 1
"They have players ,in the mi minors
nors minors who would be out there
every day for me," Lavagetto ex exp.ains.
The world champion Braves are
almost as well-stocked. But there
is one big diVerence. The key
players of the Braves aren't too
happy With the way they were
treated vhen it came to their 1958
salaries. They had to hold out,
and theq finally accepted terms
which were not completely satis satisfactory.
factory. satisfactory. Add to that,' the quiet,
Simon-Legree methods of manag manager
er manager Fred .Haney, and you'll find
the team spirit-of the Braves sev several
eral several notches!lower than that of
the Yankees. That could hurt.
The Yankees may not have the
gi t-edged pitching of the Chicago
White Sox' btit they have all the
other things --' power hitting, the
best bench -in baseball, defense,
and 'one of the ,craltiest managers
of them all in Casey Stengel.
' DONN MOOMAW
Donn Moomaw,' center for
UCLA's 1952 football team, was a
wingback ':, in high!, school and
much sou'ght after as one off the
best orep backs in the nation, But
at UCLA his speed and mobility
were put to Use in the center of
the line' and he became an- iM iMmediate,
mediate, iMmediate, success, Winning section.
al honors as a sophomore. In 1952,
as a senior, he was named United
Press All-America and "Lineman
of the Year" as well.
I Whatever happened to Donn
Moomawi Today, only 25, Domt
is a Presbyterian minister at Ber Ber1
1 Ber1 kely, Calif.
' MISS "ROUGH UPSET
JOHANNESBURG, South 'Africa
(UP),... Louise Brough of Beverly
Hills, Calitt found herself on the
sidelines today ,in the wonaen's
singles of the South Atrican lawn
, tennis thamplonships.,11 erniee
Cart',of South ,Africa. upset the
t mPion,, 6-2,' 6-1i in the
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With the conclitsion of last wield
Isthmian softball action all berths
for the 1958 Panama Area Armed
Forces Softball Tournament were
The tourney,'which will be con conducted
ducted conducted April 9 to 19, will be cow,
posed of 12 teams,representing the l
entire Isthmus -,
The Navy will" bi- represented
by the Cristobal Harbor Defense
squad and the Communications
ball Club from Balboa.,
The other non-Army competiters
will be the winning. and runner runnerup
up runnerup teams from Aolbrook Air Force
Base, the 5,700th Support Squad Squadron
ron Squadron and the 5,700th Dispensary res respectively.
pectively. respectively. ,
The Fort. Kobbe representatives
art the nines from Headquarters
Company, lst Battle -,Groupt 20th
In antry, and B Company, the
Kobbe winner and runner-up res res,
, res, pectively..
The remaining posts and the
teams that will rePresent them,
winner and runner-up respectively
are; Fort Clayton,: U.S., ArmY
,Signal Service and U.S.4- Army
Garrison;- Fort Gulick: A Battery,'
764th AAA Battalion and the 549tli
MP Company; Fort Amador:,- A
aatery, '764th AAA Battaion and
Headquarters U.S. Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. ,
, Drawings for the double elimi-.
nation' tournament will be, held
On April-7 at the Special Services'
Office,' Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean. It As tentatively plan planned
ned planned that the first two games on
April 10 will be played at night.'
Morning and afternoon games are
scheduled on Firday the llth and
ISaturday the 12th.On Sunday one
game is planned for,the afternoon
and, 'one for thi- eyeing. Monday's',
and Tuesday's games are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled the same as Sunday's. From
Wednesday night on ell games wilt
be played under the lights.
Morning games win. start at tO:
ao o'clock, afternoon games at
1:30 and evening games at 6:30.
The' opening night game will be
delayed because of opening cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies whichare slated, to bgin
at 7 o'clock.
OLYMPIC tHAMPS HOMESICK
.BOSTON (UP) -- Hal' Connolly,
and his wi.e, Olga Flkoto v a,
planned today toi return to her na,.
tilts Prague in late June becabse
"she's a little homesick for, her
hither, and 'Mother." Both are
OlymPiel ellaimPitins,:lConnolly tin
the hammer throw, and hit wife
lin the women", discus.,
y9ura very day wl
MY, DE'S HANDSOME When Casey Stengel looks at a ballplayer it usually Is with cold
aPPraisal. But when be looks at Mickey Mantle, all be can see Is pennants, as his smile here
at St. Petersburg, Fla., camp would Indicate. ,
At St. Petersburg, Fla.
New York (A) vs. Boston (A),
At. Lakeland, Fla.,
Detroit (A) ,.vs. Philadelphia
(N), cancel ed,rain.
At West Palm Beach, Fla.
Pitts. (N)' 320 000 400 9 1
Kan. City (A) 200 041 000-- 7 10
Daniels Osenbaugh (4)1 WU"
liams (6), -Itaydor, Arroyd
(9) and Kroft., Grarver,,PortocarT,
rero (6), Duser (9) and )L Smith.,
Winner Williams. Loser Por.
: At' Jacksonville; Fla.
Los Ang. (N) 012 100 100 5 11 1
Milw. (N) 001 100 010, 3 7 0
' Kipp, Labine (6) and Pignatano.
Spahn, Rush (6), Johnson 00 and
Rice. Winner Kipp.' Loser
Spahn, HRSNeal 2, Rice, Gray,
At Scottsdale, Ariz., let game
(? innings, tailed by agreement)
Cleveland (A) 011 003 0-- 3 7 0
Baltimore (Alt 130 200 it-4040
Ferrarese, Wojey (3),', Churn
(t) and Brown. Harahman, Mod.
lay. Start with ,- yews trosey,day with
; your lavorite eyornr.N Ns,. V,,t
V 1 ::!:)::::: :S
r(6) and Triandos, Zupo
Winner -- Harshm an. LoserFer LoserFerrarese.
rarese. LoserFerrarese. HRRobin son.
At Stottsciale, Ariz., 2nd game
Cleveland (A) 002 3101110,14, 1
Balt. (A) 112 040 03x.11 14 0
Grant, Woodeschick (6), Qhurn
(7), Wojey (8), iMcLish (8) and
Nixon, Brown (7). Houtteman,
Dalkowski (6), Daley (7), Lehman
(8) and Ginsberg. Winner Leh Lehman.
man. Lehman. Loser A WoJey, HRSGins HRSGinsberg,
berg, HRSGinsberg, Castleman,'Colavjto. I
Ai Moss, Ariz.
San Fran. (N)00 '001 102 5' 8 1
Chicago (N) 102 050 02x-10 13 0
'.-Barclay,- Constable (5', Margo Margoneri
neri Margoneri (8) and.,Scbmidt. Hobble,
Rodriguez, (9) 'and S. Taylor. Win Win,ner
,ner Win,ner Hobbie. ,Loser -- Barclay.
'HitsBanks, Long; Schmidt.
, At ponsacola, Fla.
Chicago (A) 010 200 100 4 5 0
St. Louis (N) 000 003 000 3 8 1
Wynn, McDonald (8) and Bat Battey.
tey. Battey. Jones, Muffett (7), Clark (9)
and H. Smith. Winner Wynn.
At Ft. Gordon, Ga.
(12 Innings, called by agreement)
Wash (A) 020 106 000 000 3 10 0
On 010 101 000 000 3 10 0
, Stobbs, Ilyde (9) and FitZ, Gerr,
aid, Berberet (9). Raddixil Wie
and (7), Freeman (9) and BaileY
- Santa -Manx.
CRISTO3AL C. 1.
' GRACE LINE BUILDINO
PACIFIC MINOR LEAGUE I
:The winners of the first and se-1
cod halves of the Pacific, Minor
League will battle it out for the
1958 thampionshiv at Balboa Lit Little
tle Little Leagtle Park beginning April
The contestinS teams are the
first hal, winners, Balboa Pilots,
and the second half Winners, Grace
Line. The first two games, April
10 and 11; will get under way at
4:30 p.m. with the third game sche scheduled
duled scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Satuday I
',The teams are evenly matched
as the Pilots' won Seven and lost
'two in the frist half whereas Grace
Line had an identical 7-2 record
111 the second half.
The games should prove interest interesting
ing interesting 'inasmuc4' at .the players on
both tearri have greatly improved
their pitching and hitting., These
boys would appreciate support
from the fans and parents in the
immunity,' So come out and see
tfor 7titirselves ;what heen ac aceomplfshed
eomplfshed aceomplfshed in. one season.
For :FOrthr..Infortition Ap
vie have i
Service From' United Sttes And Conodion'Pocific' Cost
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THE unlucky expert looked sot Bab 4 2 .667
woebegone that I actually, asked' Del)
I Cate Coolspot .3 3 .500
bin".about lAtest tragedy.' Here
litermanos lohrcis 1 5 167
him about his latest tragedy. Here
' 'East won the opening diimond
lead with the ace and played the,
Queen. The opening bid marked'
'East with, the ace of spades and
' at least one of the black queens. I
decided to try the spade suit, first
and led the en. I played low from
dummy and Eat won with the
ace." 4 ,
"Didn1 you, .allow for t e
chance that ,East might be using
' the old book' play of taking with
', the ace instead of the queen?"
,"No," he replied. 'I was play play,
, play, ; ing against the, worst player in
the club and it was just impos
- Bible that he would be making that
, play. Still I took the precaution of
cashing the ace and king of clubs
' to see if the. queen would drop,
and, the three top hearts to see
the suit would break, East drop drop.
. drop. ped the five of spades on the, third
"Then something that could 'on 'on"
" 'on" ty happen to me occurred. I led
the nine of spades and led it ride.
East dropped the seven of diam diamonds
onds diamonds and as I was raking in thei
trick West asked, 'No spades, part
, "East fumbled around and fin
allY produced the queen of spades1
with tin apology to the effect that
, he thought it was 'the queen of
clubs all the time,
"Ha had worked the old ace aceQueen
Queen aceQueen razzle-dazzle on me, but on on,
, on, lv bY" the sheet accident of being
too dumb to tell a club from a
, spade!' ,:; 4 '
, QThe bidding bas been:
QThe bidding has been: :
East South West North:
1 ''14 Pass ,IIP,
' 'Pass ?
You, South, bold:
, ,What do you dot
APsis. Two no-truanp
tempting bet should be avoided. 'I
- :Yost singleton boort s wesh,.!
..neos. not strength. I
t 4 TODAY'S QUESTION
I West doubles and North 'and
--1-001t pass. What do you do now?
,1 Answer' Tomorrow
:IN SADDLE AGAIN Aptly
named is Gary, Cooper's new,
' pictur&--"'Man of the West',
It's Ills first :western in four
, years, CaryAoesia
of currently popular TY, west-
erns. They are, he says,. "just
' easterns and' gangster storieS
with big hate
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Pow lis Move into First Place as'
Agard Hurls One-Hitter
Against Dep. Baby Bolas
' By HERBERT MOISE
Teams W L Pct.
Hard-working Herman a r d
knocked the Deportivo Baby Sa las
team out o. the ,eague-leau in the
Rainbow CAT Open Classification
Softball League as he hurled his
Cafe Coolspot Firemen to--,a bril brilliant
liant brilliant 6-0 one-hit victory.
Agard, coming back with just 1
about' 23 hours rest, pitched et etlectiveball
lectiveball etlectiveball WaY tti earn his
second win against oae Joss. Agard
was not sharp in the tile sense of
the word but his effectiveness was
demonstrated time and time a again
gain again as he kept the heavy hitting
Sales team at bay.
'This win brought the record
making Coolspot Firemen back to
the winning co.dmn, having won
14 Consecutive' games, tying one
then losing three straight.
This one-hitter was the serond
in three days. The first was a thril
ing 2-1 contest, in which Agard
was the victim at the hands of 1
Leslie Drayton of Powells Garage.
That was on Monday. Tuesday, A-1
gard again pitched good ball some somewhere
where somewhere in Colon in a Panama Gov Government
ernment Government League', then returned
Wednesday to pitch his neat one
hitter. Alejandro Bovell was the
margin of difference between per permanent
manent permanent recognition and temyra temyrary
ry temyrary compliment as he tripled for the
, lone ,Salas bit. ,
' These low-hit contests reminded
of the no-hit pitching of Drayton
in 1954 against the Gatun Ciemue Ciemuegos
gos Ciemuegos team. ,
When Ed McCollins .homered in
the second,. the r'un proved even eventually
tually eventually enough to win. Joseph had
poor support from his usually dep dependable
endable dependable infield but that Was not a
direct contribution to hi's defeat.
His mates just failed'to, get a run.
Cannot Be Charged',
For His Cnmes
Rainbo' w City
''' ". r' ''''
12-year-old boy who in a two-hour
rampage killed his mother, broth brother
er brother and sister 'cannot be charged
with the crimes. A territorial law
prohibits prosecution ,of children
under 16. . -,
Robere Courtney adniitted to po-1
lice he shot to death, his mother, i
Mrs. Jesse B. Courtney, 47, a na-1
tive of Murry, Idaho, who has
lived here for 22 years, and her
two other children Bonnie Viy 7,
and Jesse Jr.,' 0., '
Psychiatrists will exanaine Rob-i
ert to help juvenile authorities de decide
cide decide his fate. The court can either
turn him over to the custody of
the Department of Juvenile Insti Institutioni
tutioni Institutioni or order him confined el
a mental institution.
In describing his savage srpr.,,ee
that began after his mother belt belted
ed belted him mildly for quitting his job
in his father's sheet metal shop,
the boy told police cthat he I
tired "of gettingc, p 0 u 4 d e d,
smashed and kicked.". f ,
' "When I started shooting I just
couldn't stop, he told police. "I
wanted to kill' everybody."
After shooting the three mem members
bers members of his family, the youth ran
five blocks and stole a ear at gun gunpoint.
point. gunpoint. He abandoned the car when
it got stuck and Jook a second
one which he drove, to the vicinity
-Police say the boy was attempt-h
ing to take a third car when he I,
was apprehended by police.
,The youth's father. was called
back to Anchorage irom a Seat-
tle business trip. 1
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tone, power glide, radio, new
white wall tires, perfect condi.,
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FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet
', 6 standard station wagon 9 pass,
recent engine iivevhaul, 18 poi
gni lent no oil, no Amon Zin,
ty paid. Call 3-4968 during of
FOR SALE 1952 Fork Cus Customline
tomline Customline ,11-11 Tudor sedan. low '-
mileage. recently painted and
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FOR SALE 1956 English
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FOR SALE 1951 Cadillac
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condition. Gamboa 6-358.
, FOR SALE -- 1948 Chevrolet
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' $180. Quarters 2536-A Coco 11.
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PANAMA COLON 1
temperature of ,the sun
- 155 'Central Ave..
' Mall order phone 2-23111.,,
- General Agent ,-'
Gibraltar Life Ins Co.,
for rates and information
, Tel. Panama 2-0552
Ate eligible to finance that NEW
.or USED Car or Borrow on IOW
1,, present ear through ,,,
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, April 11 to 19, 1958
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Tel. 2-1661 ,
Hotel: IIOLLAND 110USE.
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San Jos, osta Rica :
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. Suites and Bungalows, all with
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11 LIFE -IINI!UnItA,NCE--11
II Genera' turent
, The ceremon began With an la
, 1 Y !today. , house and fled out a back door
Makes Dean s List vocation by Chaplain (Lt. Col.) R.' ,' to the woods.
,, , ., ,,, A. Morden followed by I reading The' child was unharmed. Mrs. Hunt said there was' a misup
At Fisk University a the official Arm order naming p:eiffer said '41,felt God intended shortly after Horton was arrested
., , Building 88 as Montague tlaii bY me to have this baby." because Woodbury police in re re'
' re' 1 Lt Col. Franklin B. Simmons,
1 Ernest j... Jamieson, a graduate Her husband, J. Charles' Pfeif- ply to a Bellmawr flyer said a
Quarry Heights' Post Commander. fer, 26, tipped off authorities to man answering Horton's descrip descripof
of descripof Rainbow City High School, who Following Harrold's ,address and if ifia
ia ifia wife's whereabouts. ; tion Was sought as a fugitive
is now attending Fisk Ubiversity
the unvailing, Chaplain (Col.) TI.1 '' from jail at New Bedford, Mass.
Nashville, Tennessee, ha been
'The child had been taken dur- Hunt said Horton served a term
F. Donovan pronounced benedir benedirplaced
placed benedirplaced on the Dean's list 'for lion liontion
tion liontion to close the ceremony thrt'Ing' the night from. the hospital in federal prison at Chillicothe,
or students; according to news re received
ceived received on the Isthmus. l was attended by mote than 50 mil- nursery, The alarm for Mrs. Ohio, on a stolen auto charge in
The honor list is for those stn.. itary and civilian digniariel' ond Pfeiffer went Out soon afterwards. 1955 and was 'sentenced to 18 to
deatoattaining.nigt grades in alvuests. ', 1.- , ,, , The two told police- they had 24 months imprisonment at Reids Reidssubjects
subjects Reidssubjects during the first semesteri Thrtentormtntlit'ary-0 personnel talked Avith a Pwe'fare,worker", villeN.C..,,,, for grand larceny.
of the 1957-58 school year. present were Mai. Gen. and Mrs not named -- who had been ln Hunt said .11orton escaped in
Young Jz..stnieson is the son of Truman H. Landon, MaJ. fivo. contact with the baby's mother, June of 1957.
Jack Jamieson of Panama City, and Mrs. Harrold, Rear Admiral From what the worker said, they Hunt said' Horton would be
and Mrs. Jamieson of Rainbow Ci-iG.!orge H. Wales; and Brig. Gen. thought it was all right to take turned over to po'ice,here on the
ty. , -Jand Mrs. Louis V. Hightower. The the child, the couple,said. stolen auto charge. -,
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'Ernest j. Jamieson, a graduate
of Rainbow City High School, who
is now attending Fisk University
Nashville, Tennessee, .1.a t)een
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COL; ROBERT S. PALMER, left, neirly appointed chief of the
ITS. Army Mission to Bolivia, last week visited the U.S. Aral
Caribbean for air orientation by staff section chiefs and was
told how each section is related to activities of the missions
throughOut the Central and South American countries. Here
Palmer receives an orientation and a pledge of support' to the
, Bolivia Mission from Lt. Col. Thomas'M. B. Hicks III, USAB.
CARIB information officer in the Panama area. Each mission
, chief upon being assigned. goes to his post for a short, time
Jo learn some of the problems pertaining to that mission and
then is called, back to-Headquarters USARCARIB for 'this
orientation and g series of briefings which lasts for five days.
Palmer, who was last assigned as a student at the Army Lan0
guage School at the Presidio of Monterey Cal. a Vest
Point graduate of the class of 1937.'lle will be 'headquartered
at La Paz, Bolivia, where, he took 'over from Col. Delbert
Freeman in February. (U.S. Army Photo) ,'
Legislators; riteHOtt iice s
Reorganization Plan' As ,,Dead'
WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP) --
Congressional military spokesmen
today wrote off President Eisen Eisenbower's
bower's Eisenbower's drastic military reorgani reorganization
zation reorganization plan as dead at birth. Some
openly suggested he compromise
on measures for Streamlining the
nation's military establishment.'
The President proposed giving
Ihe secretary of defense almost
complete authority over military
strategy, manpower, weapons and
Evident In first remarks by key
legislators was the long-standing
fera of a "man on horseback" run runping
ping runping the Defense Department and
of losing Congress' jealously-guarded
"power of the purse."
This was seen in crftical com comments
ments comments on a key feature which
would concentrate great power in
the secretary of defense, includ including
ing including authority to shift appropriated
He0.4tiliArt0 pilli.olog:.Red.i..0.040.. ..:':
Tplitriliol:Ottl,COIL' .riontaglit. ;
Head- quarters' Building Dedicited
To Memo-toy Of Gen. Montague
In' honor a Ha great soldier
and a dedicated American," the
Caribbean Command headquarters
bUilding at Quarry Heights has
, A.P 4.,o,nataawAra r p,,, .k t, 1, tdi "'"'n
been 'dedicated as Monta-gue Hall -, ." ; . Man ', identified as an escapee
in Memory of Lt. Gen. Robert M. Panama Canal Company' digni., from a North Carolina prison was
Montague who died while serving taries were Gov. and Mrs, W. E. flushed nut of a wooded area by
as Commander in Chief Caribbean. Potter, Lt. Gov ,Hugh M, Arnolt a military detachment today after
The dedication address by Moj. and Paul M. Runnestratod. The U. he duped two policethen here. i
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, Comma S. Ambassador to Panama,.Julial Bryant S. Horton, 22,, Kerner Kernerlug
lug Kernerlug General of US, Army Carib- F. Harrington and, First SecrettI ville, N., C,, surrendered -without
bean, cited the long and
guished military career of General
' distill"' ries Einar T. Anderson, 0. J. L1-1 resistance when ,cornered by 25
hurt and Duncan it D, Mackay. soldiers from a nearby Nike base
Montague that had won him hon. and- their wives Were present froll who aided in' tli3 three-hour man manors
ors manors from the United States .and
seven foreign countries during his ., ,....
the American Embassy hunt, police said. ,
,,,,Lt. John Hunt of the state pa pa39
39 pa39 years of Army service. ., ., ., , , ,, k lice said Horton was stopped here
Recalling the General service ain
. early today while driving an auto autoCommander
Commander autoCommander in Chief. Harrold said
' 'He was not'only a great ,leader .' ' ,' '.,'. mobile which Hunt said was atol atol1
1 atol1 lissing Infant en from Kenneth Brown of Bush Bushbut
but Bushbut an ambassadoe, for his coun 1
try as well, for wherever he went 1 , .'' nell Fla ; .
Horton insisted be was Kenneth
he won confidence and frienship I urse Found - -Brown, but was unable to produce
for the United States." 1 '. a license or owners card for the
"We who served under
hiri 0 Hub!) 'g T"
,, vehicle, Hunt said; The suspect
were inspired :br ids leadershio n
No .... y lp said a farmer f o r whom he
and guidance ,and in his memorti ,,, worked in n 0 a r b y ficklerville
I declare and dedicate' this build AURORA,' Ill,- (UP ).--Mrs. Mary toted, identify him and two offi offiing
ing offiing as Montague Hall," he coil Ann Pfeiffer, 44, a practical nurse cers accompanied him 'to the
cluded as he pulled the cord that tend a 3-week-old girl she took farmhouse. s
unveiled the namenlate over .! the from the Copley Memorial Hospi- Hunt said, the police waited out outmain
main outmain entrance to the building. tal nursery were found near here side while Horton entered the
, The ceremony began with an in today. , !house and fled out a back door
nveiled the nameolate over -! the
uniain entrance to the building.,
The ceremony began with an in
vocation by Chaplain (Lt. Col.) R.
iBuilding 88 as Montague tlaii hY
Lt. Col. Franklin B. Simmons,
Quarry Heights' Post Commander.
Folowing Harrold's ,address', and
the unvailing, Chaplain (Col.) TLI
w TI,,,, v,,,,,,,,epti honpette..
FORSALE 1514' fiberglassed
Sea Babe, with sport cabin. 35
- HP. -Johnson remote controls
trailers. Used hs fresh water on.1
ly., Gamboa 6-358.
WANTED -- Cabin Cruiser 27
to 35 foot. Phone Panama 3.
funds from one purpose to an anThe
The anThe House Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee wilt begiri hearings on re reorganization
organization reorganization plans when Congress
returns front its 10-day" Easter
recess. Chairman Carl Vinson (1)-
Ga.), who rules his committee with
an iron hand, was not immediate immediately
ly immediately available for comment. Ilowev Ilowever
er Ilowever he has never made any sec secret
ret secret of his opposition to building up
the' defense seeretary's power.'
A bipartisan group of congria congriasional
sional congriasional leaders already has introd introd'uced
'uced introd'uced a reorganization plan which
would eliminate many of the ci civilian
vilian civilian assistant secretaries in the
office of the defense secretary.,
This bill contrary to the Pres President's
ident's President's plan would enhance -the
position of ,the Army, Navy, and
Air secretaries instead of cOncen cOncentrating
trating cOncentrating power in the defense Sec Secretary's
retary's Secretary's hands.. , I
Caribbean Command itaff officersi
and their wives and staff officers
of the component services also ato
tended. , 1
me to have this baby.'
Her husband, J. Charles' Pfeit.
fer, 26, tipped off authorities to
his wife's whereabouts.
Tha oht I A 1..11 lusan I. alrA. Amp
FOR SALE --- Airplane Aerenca
champion, excellent condition,
len than 300 boom, new SS
,Continental engine. Phene 2.o
FOR SALE --- Beautiful upright
piano, best of condition, heat heatint
int heatint element installed. Automa Automa'
' Automa' tic washer, 2 yoars old, 1953
, Nash hardtop,' low mileage, good i
condition throughout. 'Telophone
, Albrook 86-3142,' Capt. Camp.'
bell.' Can be' seen' at Qtra S4A
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFERS VEHICLE PARTS FOR
' Sealed bids, for opening in pub,
lie, will be received until 10:30
' a.m., April 11, 1958, in the of.
fiat of Superintendent, Store..
house Brandt,, !albeit, for sehi,
cle parts, International. Invita.
tion No. S-5I-399 may be ob,
tained from office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Storehouse trench,
, 'Balboa, telephone 2-1086.
ju:ini:', Iii...' .0010ilis;
NEW YORK (UP)--Judy Gar Garlaild
laild Garlaild went to court Thursda and
meekly turned over to the state
of New York her diamonds, her
rubies and her fanciest night club
The temperaniental singer, N..o
flounced off' a Breoldyn night,
club stage Sunday 'night, was
calledup to answer charges she
owes the state $8,673, in income
taxes le.t' over from -palmier
daysprimarily her smash hit
appearance at the. Palace Thea Theater
ter Theater hi 1952.
, The ',gowns and. Jewelry were
picked up at her hotel ,,later in
lieu of 310,000 bond to, assure her
appearance for further question questioning
ing questioning by tax agents Monday.
Miss Garland had originally re relused
lused relused to talk,to tax agents. They
swore ea a warrant for her ar arrest,
rest, arrest, Then shegtgreed. to appear
lit Supreme COurt, Aneensb, at 1
10'.30 a.m. 'rhursday,, When she
didn't a p'p a r,; deputy, sheriffs
went to her Manhattan hotel.
attorney astured them he'd bring
Miss Garland right along, and, be
One of the deputies said she
told him she was sorry to be late
but "the children come first."
, After the end of ber nightclub
engagement, Miss Garland had
said she planned to take her three
youngsters o f f someplace ',and
have a good thile.At apparently
was that statement that caused
the state to ask for the high bond
for her appearance 'Monday.
, The singer's conference with' tax
agents was held in private;'"
' Ifer only words in court were
'"yes'sir," when the, judge asked
if she were willing to turn over
her possessions as bond,
' They included a diamond
bracelet, valued at $18,090, she
said was given ,her by her es estranged
tranged estranged husband, Sid tuft,,a wrist
watch, given her by her 'mother
on her 21st birthday; a string of
pearls an& other diamond and
ruby trinkets. The tax men 'also
latched on to a group of ,on-stage
gowns valued at 4350 each.
ICT la' II au lir e s DFe'ufgaicl n I
n al Jersey Bush
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TERS 103 Colon, 11057 7th
1 'Real Estate
FOR SALE Two bedroom con con,
, con, crate chalet, outside garage
with concrete drive.. All fenc.
, ed in, has very good drain-,'
age system, located at club Ron
left side of highway. The black
top road in to Pueblo, tom up
, hill,' first street with 'houses.
Turn left, 5th house on left.
Price S9,600. '
- 'Real Eitate
KNOCKS PAY OFF
RHINELANDER, Wis. (DP)
John Kreuger, a 28-year-old law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, has a winning formula for
election campaigning. Knock on
any door. In fact,' knock on all
That's just what' Krueger' did.
Starting at one end Rhineland Rhinelander
er Rhinelander and working his way to the
other end, he knocked on 2,200
doors and politely a sked some
9,000 residents to vote for him
Tuesday for city attorney,
, Krueger upset the incumbent,
O. A. Dubois by some 700 votes
for the post. He Alas lived in
Rhinelander for only four months.
UNION STUD ENTS E ET
THE' HAGUE,', Netherlands
(UP) -- Representatives of more
than' 25 'national unions of stu students
dents students will hold an emergency
Meeting in London April 17-18 to
discuss the present difficulties
faced by th'' National .unlon of
Algerian Students,' it was an announced
nounced announced Imre Thursday. :
SAYS IJAW.;IS 'CLEAN' ,, ?resident Walter 'Reuther of the
United Auto- Workers.tells the Senate tabor Rackets Commit--
tee in-Washington that his union is ,"clean.r, Reuther,' in long,.
awaited testimony, 'Said that unlike some unions. Called befOre
-the committee, the UAW,has,not been accused of "corruption k
, '-. and racketeering!! ,-, .'-
k-SEliVICE CENTER THEATERS-k,
A -:Sat. Matinee 10:00 .a.m:
"LADY AND THE TRAMP"
45 4:35 6:25 8:15 p.r4
Afp-mr nnTiatre 11--mvz
UNEVEN HAS THE ,,...: : ::'... ,,,,;11-- CC'
ISCREEN THRUST .. '. t. ,....,-0.'
4,,,,,--- ., 1 '-'" ,,,;--it
SO DEEPLY INTO do-It.
THE OUTS OF :1.....000etali
WAR! .,' itor-,,.- L.,,, --A ',----t---"l .,
Gor,wItb ADOLPHE lyiE14ill and RALPH MEEHER
Sat. Matinee 2 :30 p.m,
.. "DISNEY CARTOON
Iona Turner Hope Lange
r"''' 411414(11i ::22,:-,'
1 R COLin bY
1 1,14I fl It ViltUPPOit
41 f soya
Lana Turner Hope Lange
011'021 a mellt void
git) a' gn.ad
- (Mao' Showing, Sunday)
::' SAS S;25
, NEVER SLEEPS"
6:15 & 8:50
, Frank Sinatra
, Sophia .1,Aract,,,:
"THE PRIDE AND
, THE PASSION',',
"'DRUMS OF 111
MANCHU.' 7:45 only
13 FC:1 enr
3-minote car wash $1. steam i
cleaning of motor SS. WS Xing of
cars $6. Auto-Bail, Trans-Ist1M
noise Highway neat Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE Frost
Transportation. April Special.
, Same day Service. Crawford A,
soirees Corp.' Tivoli Ave. Nee
18-20. Tel. 2.1905.
Protect your home and papaw
ty against insect demi' e.
Prompt scientific treaheent
emergency! or, monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 17771
The best dinner. and drinks
are urved in our modern air..
, conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla
na 5 de Mayo."
WANTED English and, Span-.
ish speaking cook for American
family. Good salary, must have:
references. Phone 3-602(4'
WANTED .0 A serious person ;1
to take care of an elderly sick w
lady, Please call behysen 7 to 9
cm. nit to 4 pan, Osorio Ave. 1
, Manuel Mara haze .1st floor,
house No 5. '
GUIDES BECOME LEADERS1
LONDON (UP) Srxteen
London guides joined the ra,
of. 308 tour leaders Friday, af
they showed they could ans,
such. questions 'as ,,"Who has
bullet that killed Lord Helso s,
and "What West End cocktail
is papered With bank notese"
The answerst- The bullet is at )
Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth's ,,
summer home. The cocktia bar
is theAthaneum Court.
el; Z.; ,k I
t4 SRL 2:30 p.m.'
"OUR MISS BROOKS''
Curt Jurgens In
"ME ENEMY, BELOW'
n Cinema Scope & Color
Sat Mat 8:13
"WELLS AFARGO GUN
MASTER" And Serial
, 11:15 pan.
THE SILENT WORLD"
- G A T
SaL Mat. 2:30 p.m.
THUNDER IN GOD'S
COUNTRY and Serial
in CinemaScone & Color
Sat. Mat. 2:30 Om.
"THE SEA HORNET"
it Serial 11:15 7:5S
' "HIDDEN FEAR't
, CAMP BIERD
' 6:15 & 6:t5
"Old Los Angeles"
I'DiteMS or ro
MANCHU", 7:45 only
avian highway neat Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE Frost
Transportation. April Special.
, Same day Service. Crawford ke
genties Corp.' Tivoli Ave. Nee
8-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and propeP
ty against insect demi,
Prompt scientific treahwent es
emergency! or, monthly budget dtit
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777e
The best dinner, and drinks
are urved in out modern saw.
, conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Maw
us 5 de Mayo."
WANTED English and SPan'
Ish speaking cook for American
family. Good salary, must have:
references. Phone 3-602(4'
WANTED 1 A re"
T1:L' PANAMA A7,1111-11CAN AN INDEITN7ENT DAILY NEWSPAFER
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'...ists tour'...ists for the traditional services
-marking the most mournful bours
the Christian world.
Many were up before dawn for
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; Sepulcher, raised over the site
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Crowded in the streets to retrace
Christ's steps along the Via nolo nolo,
, nolo, rosaway of sorrow---to Calvary.
.;I:Americatt tourists, some in
sport shirts' and carrying cam-Vas,
walked in silence alongside
French 'nuns in white starched
jead-dressesi brown-robed Fran Franciscan
ciscan Franciscan monks, and Christian Arabs
some,' of whom wore red fezzes.
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,..tierment won,..tierment is the pilgraims shuffle,'
in thet warm sun. and 8,13
cring breeze, Some of the pil pil-
- pil- grims chanted hymns while
others prayed in silence, with
, oply the Movement of their lips
!, Weather Or Not
,, This weather report for the Id
-lors ending 8 a.m. toglay.
'Are ',sled by tre Meteorolo,,oeM
Hydrograorie RrollAt of tIhr
- ranami Canal Comnanv:
, Balboa Cristbal I
' High ... 96 86
''" Low 76 80
High 98 85
Low 49 78
(max. mph) N-14 yr.94
EAIN (Inches) tO 0
(Inner harbors) 79
' SUNDAY, .APRII, 6
5:1z3 p 11:47
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Here and there, an Arab boy
with a spring lamb wr p ped
around his shoulder darted mto
the processimn on his may to
some Arab butcher shop. But
even the usually high-pitched ac activity
tivity activity of the market places was
hushed as the ; pilgrims walked
- Describes Tho Via Dolorosa
The Via Dolorosa twists from t
palace built' on the spot where
Christ is believed to have been
sentenced to death n the cross
by Pontius Pilate, through the
busy Arab market to the Basilica
of the Holy Sepulcher.
Thursday night, thousands of
Hey Week pilgrims stood bare bareheaded
headed bareheaded in a tiny olive acme at
Gethsemane to 'watch one hour"
in the garden where the agony of
Christ began. Then many,crossed
Palm Sunday street, along which
Christ made his triumphant en entry
try entry into Jerusalem, to visit the
underground grottowhere he was
betrayed by Judas.
For more than a week, tourists
and pilgrims have' converged on
Jerusalem by every means of
transportation, Gone was the fear
which kept tourists and pilgrims
from the Holy City during the
past two years. Ever hotel in
Jerusalem and communities for
milees around -was booked solid.
Theo ne-strip airport just inside
the Jordan side of the border
with Israell-held "new", Jeruse Jeruselem
lem Jeruselem bandied a record number of
flights Thursday, most of them
chartr or extra Easter firghts.
hir:',K Of Falseiy
State De lit:Accuses tiir:.1( Of Falsely
Blaming' US For Hurting Summit PlanS
WASHINGTON (UP)--The State
Department accused Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev yester yesterday
day yesterday of lalsely Ilaming the United
States for obstructing plans for
an East-West summit, conference.
Department spokesman Lincoln
White charged that Khrushchev
"Seems to wish to distort" the
American position. White also
chided Russia' for reusing to
abida by ,a United Nations plan
for a 'supervised, halt to atomic
lie made ,the statement shortly
after the White House prodded
Russia for an answer to the latest
U. S. proposal that Big -Four
diplomats begin preliminary dis discussions
cussions discussions in Moscow later this
months to prepare for a summit
Meantime,, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles told NATO
Secretary General Paul Henri
Spaak,. the West was willing to
"seize every ,reasonable opportun opportunity"
ity" opportunity" to work for peace through
But he told Spaak in a message
t"e West never would be satisfied
with a "mere 'mirage", of peace.
,T;te 'American statements hit
back at speeches by, Ithrushchev
in Budapest, accusing the United
States of "trying to prevent a
summit coderence." lie a 1 ho
called ion the United States und
Britain to show their goodwill"
by following the lead of Russia in
bantling nuclear tests w 1 thou t
waiting for an international agree agreement
ment agreement on a mutual inspection sys system.
tem. system. President Eisenhower has la labeled
beled labeled the Soviets' announced plan
aa propaganda. gimmick."
White assailed Khrushchev
ind the Russians on a series of
IHe said Russia cotdd show its
"goodwill to the world by "abid "abiding
ing "abiding by the resolution of the U.N
which called for an international
agreement on stopping nuclear
testing and production with inter international
national international controls. 'Russia and the
Communist bloc voted agamst it.
n ote d that Khrushcnev
spoke in Budapest "where the
U. S. S. R. demonstrated As
'goodwill' by the slaughter ,of the
Htmgarian people just over a year
ago.' He ree:rred to Hung3ry as
a "country. that has been raped
by the Soviet Union."
He noted Khrushchev"called
the United States "old and decad decadent"
ent" decadent" and said "it is perhaps per pertinent
tinent pertinent to point out that in the old
and decadent system even an un unemployed
employed unemployed worker receives a high higher
er higher income than the average fully
employed worker" in Russa, He
said the average unemployed
American drew about $.35 a week
in unemployment benefits while a
fully employed Russian was paid
He emphasized that regatdrng a
summit meeting the American po position
sition position remained what it had been
in the past: The United States
sought a summit conference that
had a reasonable chance of reach reaching
ing reaching "meaningful ageements"
not a. propaganda ,show.
Boys 102 Girls 9
Nine girls and 10 boys were born
at Gorges Hospital during t h e
week ending at midnight March
31, according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report, During the same period,
211 patients were admitted and 210
The nanies and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
Capt. and Mrs. H. L. Grimes, of
Albrook: Sfe. and Mrs. J. E. Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Brooks, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. CYril Daniel of Panamc
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Call, of Ancon;
Sgt. and Mrs. E. M. Beasley,: of
Fort Kobbe; SP-3 and Mrs. R. S.
Batelaan, of Panama City; Sgt.
and Mrs. D. J. White, of Fort A Amador;
mador; Amador; and MC and Mrs. R. W.
Frick, of Rousseau. :
Boy babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents: Mr., and Mrs. W.
Pomares, of Panama; Mr., a d
Mrs. 1VI. W. Finley, of Los Rios;
Lt. and Mrs. R. R. Robertson, Ji.,
of Farfan; Sp-3 and Mrs. J. D.
Kearney, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mra. R. Reyter, of Panama; Sfc.
and Mrs. L. R. Miller, of Fort K
bb; Mr. and Mrs. N. F.W,oster,
Panama City; S-Sgt. and Mrs. D.
E.' Arles, of Locona; Capt. and
Mrs. W. L. Jones, Jr., ,of Albrook;
and Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Mallett,
of Balboa. ,
film showings will be re resumed
sumed resumed in Colon after the Holy
Week. The first showing On Tues.
day wilt be at the loteramerican
Women's Club at 7 p.m.- and the
club through its president, ,,' Mrs.
John Corin, has extended an invi invitation
tation invitation to the community to attend.
If attendance warrants these show showings.
ings. showings. will be continued every Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday -evening at the same hour.
The second showing next week
will be at the Colon Stadium at 7
p.m.' Thursday. Showings at the
stadium will continue every Thurs.
day evenm' g, again, attendance
warranting. until the rainy season
begins. When the Abel Bravo Col College
lege College opens in May the showings
Thursday will be held there at the
invitation of the director, Dr.., Vic Victor
tor Victor Doman. ,
Meanwhile a representativa of
the UM in Panama continues to
keep a weekly schedule at the Con.
sulate every Tuesday from i0 a.
tn. to 12 noon.
COLLEGE PROFESSOR DIES
'- AMES, Iowa (UP)Iowa State
College associates mourned the
Lantz accredited for the devel devel.
. devel. opment of the "Jonadel apple,' a
cross between the Jonathan and
Lantz, who was 70, died Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. He had taught at Iowa State
i for 41 years,
They also announcvd they would'
file a similar suit m Creat Brit-1
ain, and attempt to file one in
Russia. They sent a formal com complaint
plaint complaint to the Russian procurator procuratorgeneral
general procuratorgeneral in Moscow and were try trying
ing trying to obtain a visa so their law lawyers
yers lawyers Could go to Moscow to press
legal action.' ,
Named as defendants in the
U.S. suit were De ense Secretary
Neil 1,1. McElroy, and Chairman
Louis L. 'Strauss and four other
members of the, Atomic Energy
Commission. ,, , , ,
,, A Justice Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman ',said the government would
oppose the group's request. The
government was expected to 'ar 'argue
gue 'argue that members of the group
are not directly affected by the
U.S. -tests.' The group includes
British, Japanese and Canadian
citizens. ', ,
, Itsply Within 0 Days
' McElroy and the AEC -ommissioner
have 60 days to reply to
the petition, although either aide
could force earlier action. Ile
spring series of li tomie ,,. tests
planned by this conntry loud be
underway beiore the next legal
Fouling, Nobel Prize winning
professor of chemistry at Califor California
nia California Institute of Technology, said
the suits ,were "one way of try trying
ing trying to stop the terrible destruc-,
tion which faces the world."
He charged that radiation from
just one large nUelear bomb
?mean& that 15,000 defective chi'.
dren wilt be born in the future."
Meantime, Atomic Energy Com Commissioner,
missioner, Commissioner, Willar0 F. Libby said
that while the recent Russian
atomic tests increase the world
level-of radioactivity, the increase
was not "unusual or alarming."
Libby said he could not con con'
' con' firm, a charge by Sen. Hubert E.
Humphrey', (1) Minn.) that the
Soviet tests had poi poisoned
soned poisoned the world's atmosphere,"
spewing into it "possibly three
times more todioactive material
than ever lie ore."
Boosts Woridta Burden
However, he said since the So Soviet
viet Soviet tests were "their' bigget
series" so far they inevitab y
boosted the world's burden of ra radioactivity,
dioactivity, radioactivity, more, than e a r e r
, Russia announced Monday that
it Ayes halting its atomic tests,
but said they woukl be resumed
if Britain and the United States
did not follow suit.
k The United States is going
ahead with 1 ts,- tests. It has
marked off a vast danger zone
in the Central Pacific from which
ships will be barred starting Sot SotFouling
Fouling SotFouling said the United States
still could seize the initiative
from Russia. He said it not onl
should call off atomic tests,' but
also should invite the United Na Nations
tions Nations to set up a system of in inspection
spection inspection stations ipside this coun,
try to guarantee there avould be
no cheating. There is no inspec inspection
tion inspection check on Russia's test ban.
Explaining its attempt to' file
suit in Moscow, the group said
that "only a final decree from the
highest court in the Soviet Union
would assure permanent, termina termination
tion termination of nuclear explosions by; the
this world beside deah and ax axes)
es) axes) 'it is that Gabriel Daboin will
never.forget the Canal Zone and
its people. -
The 22-year-old Venezuelan diver
is going home this week and. no
one 'knows better than he that he
is alive to make the trio only be because
cause because of the tireless efforts of a
handful of Canal Zonians.
He w!ll remember very little'of
his ACCIVIII herer acutely ill with
a serious attack of the erlason di disease
sease disease which divers call 'uthe
bends." He was 101C00S60110 when
he arrived here by plane from
Venezuela March 19. ,
,'tHe will remember very little of
the houra and hours he spent, in
he home decompression chamber
the salvage depot at, Gatun. But
he will have a clear memory of
his recuperative period in 3 C 0
S010 Hospital and, as more tangible-
aids to his memory, he wil
have the clothing and a' small
purse for pocket money given him
by a 'group of Industrial Division
employes to speed him on this
way. His departurewill makt the
end of the most dramtie case of
,lifesaving in which the ,Gatun Salv Salvage
age Salvage Depot and Diving School has
ever been involved.
A native of Maracaibo, young
Daboin began worldog as a ,diver
or the Shell Oil Company there
about two years ago, and h a s
LONDON- CUP) -- A band of
Britons,; including many brightly brightlydressed
dressed brightlydressed teenagers carrying sleep sleeping
ing sleeping bags and rucksacks, Friday
set out from London on a four fourday
day fourday 50-mile "ban the H-bomb"
The march was organized by
the "Campaign 'or Nuclear Dis Disarmament,
armament, Disarmament, Sponsors included
Nobel Prize' winning philosopher
Betrand Russell, playwright-novelist
Priestley and the Rev.
Lewis John Collins, canon of Lon London,s
don,s London,s St. Paul's Cathedral. ,,,
Police estimated some ,10 5,000
marchers started from the rally rallying
ing rallying point at' Trafalgar Square.
About 2,000 dropped out along
the way before mghtfall,
Thousands turned out to watch
the marchers as theY tramped
three abreast throwh the streets
0! London at the start a the hike
tO Aldermaston, where Britain')
atomic weapons are manVac manVactured.
tured. manVactured. .1' ,' '
The marchers drew only few
scattered cheers from the on onlookers.
lookers. onlookers. But generally the hikers
shuffled past the' cmwded side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in silence. , ,
-At Hyde Pah,' a group of ,bowl.
- hatted 0 Englishmen ,,', turned 64
their baCks 'on the demonstrators Iry
and -listened to a short service 11.
organized by the "Committee ,for s
Defense of Democracy" in oront
of the War Memorial. !This group,'-
expressing resentment at what it
termed the "Communist and pa pacifist
cifist pacifist campaign,", urged all Brit,
ons to "maintain iomplete silence
and face- the war Memorial" m
when the marchers passed by
Before the hike began,' leaders E
of the anti-nuclear -campaign told
a crowd of, some 10,000 jammed 2
in Trafalgar' Square to ".e-dedi.
rate oursevels to this "g ;cat Y
1.j6p0:1111S Minister dr:
: TOKYO (1.113YPHme Minister
Nobusuke Kish Fridarsald Japan
welcomed Moscow's decision to
suspend nuclear test regardless,
of the Soviet motives in taking
such a step. : e
The Russian announcement has
been seen in the Westnas aclever
'ICishl told a meeting of Jap
anese Senate tbat he hoped the
Soviet declsion would lead t the
eventual Ond or testing, manu'rac manu'racturing,
turing, manu'racturing, stockpiling and use of nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons. , 4!
If there one thing' certain Intlren. employed on:salvage duty
for the oil company in Laie Mari Maricaibo
caibo Maricaibo recently. He developed the
bends after a 100 foot dive made
only with a lace mask. As first
he was treated in a small decom
pression chamber at Maracaibo'
but when his condition became
critical, he was flown to the Isth Isthmust
must Isthmust in a company plane.
, He was in such bad 'condition
when he reached the Isthmus
that Canal Zone physicians,
master. diver William Badders
and other employe' who helped
,operato the decompression cham chamber
ber chamber had very liftle for 'his re recovery.,But
covery.,But recovery.,But they did not give
up, hour after long hour, as the
young diver rallied, weakened,
rallied again. '
It took two trips through the de
After you've rtiode a fool, of 1
yourself the best thing to do is
hobs that nobody realized you
were sober.. NIA.
.' '. SAN FRANCISCO, April 5 (U) 7-- Storm-ravaged California, already declared a
disaster area by President Eisenhower; toddy reached the point of no return'-- come ', A
rain or shine, the future holds only hell- and high water. '-': ' :
2 Additional rain" svoufd only add to the damage of the battered state. But i break',
in' the six:veek storm'period could melt the near-record snowpack in the high Sierra
and send Jo deluge into the flood-swollen 'rivers. ,- ,., ,- -...., - ''
. The gale-driven rein,, hail and snow which, swept over 'the state' this week have ,.
already taken a toll Of 12 lives 'and .cauied- property damage jn excess of 12 'million it
dollars. ', '' ' i '- : ' ,..
And the K.' S. Weath6r Bureau reported that a nqw storm' may' iweep in from the ''
Gulf of Alaska today:, ," , . , . .. -
, .. The Red Cross, reported today thnt 4309 California families have been affected,
b the continuous downpOurs. Seven homel were destroyed;while 2171 homes and 239'
businesses were damaged. -, -) ,.., -. '' '. '-' ' , 1
Eisenhbwer yesterday r declared 'gave disaster workers a chance
Cglifornia a disaster area as al to bring the battle of the leveeF
new-storm moved relentlessly to-I
ward the rain 4- ravaged state to
further Plague flood worker; fight.
Ind to shore up dike,: and levees.'
Tho President took action to
nrovide federal after confer conferring
ring conferring with Calitornia's senior sen senotor,
otor, senotor, F. Ynowland. The
Rom:hyena Seri, to met
with rioonhower after Gov. Good.
Win ;I., ,Yrffntlt irtodo 'for-nal
pleo for federal heln
sold PI", Dre.i.an
wet ,11cieeply concerned's ,ever
clamant: Northern California has
Meqnwhile the House', Phulic
117..x. ; Reps.
John J. t)-EClif.) and
John ,P Eta
sneel-1 snheommitteo to rnako an'
llood areas, They were to fly to
The 11.-. S.- Weather Bureau re reported
ported reported anew storm front Enoving
southeastfroth the Gulf of AlaskEi
was exPected to sWeep into watlr
logged mirth central countits by
A day's respite from six weeks
of almost,' contin.nous ; downpour
Mamie :Vint :
Stick To Oid, iook
for Easier Parade
NASHINGTON (UP)Mrs. Ma Mamip
mip Mamip Eigpohower 'will stick to the
mie Eisenhower 'will stick to the
!old-fashioned, new, look" in -the
Easter xstyle parade,- the White
House said tpday
' She hasn't bought a 'trapeze
Aress4---as reported by a New
York dress manufacturerand
definiter will not wear either a
trapeze or a chemise Easter 'Sun 'Sunday,
day, 'Sunday, according to her social sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Mrs. Mary Jane McCaf
A New York publicity firm is issued
sued issued Thursday pictures of a D'nr D'nrinfluenced
influenced D'nrinfluenced tent-shared dress, I th
bows on bosom and 'hips, barely'
distinguishable high waist and a
, The manufacturer, Susy Perette,
was ouoted as saying Mrs. Eisen.-
bower, h a d ordered.. a size t2
(Price $39.95) after seeing the
dress modeled at the Cherry
rElossom -fashion show here last
," Mrs.' McCaffree denied the !vib !viblished
lished !viblished report.
- She, would not say what the
first lady will wear when she at,
tends Easter services at Gettys Gettysburg,
burg, Gettysburg, Pa. k.
"You know," she said, "girls
maY change their minds.,"
compression cycle' to bring him to
the point where doctors consider considered
ed considered it afe to get him back to bed
at Coco Solo Hospital. Durinfs, this
long period he was never left a alone.
lone. alone. He was fed intravenously un until
til until he suddenly rev.' ',4 "onscious "onsciousness,
ness, "onsciousness, asked for food and water.'
Today ho is what Is known in
medical cirties as a "very grate grateful
ful grateful patient." Althagh his English
is practically non-existent and his
Venercia accent makes his Span.-
ish strange to Isthmian ears, he
haa not failed to get the idea a-
cross to his new-found friends that
he is happy to be alive and in ap apparent
parent apparent good health.'
Ile had become a great favor favorite
ite favorite with the staff of Coco Solo
Hospital and the divers who help helped
ed helped to save his life; he will take
memories and gifts with bim,
leave new-foknd frineds behind.
fBecatise of the nature and possi possible
ble possible after effects of the bends, the
young driver is making the return
trip home by ship. Hewill proba probably
bly probably sail next Saturday ,aboard the
SS Sheaf Royal for ,1laracaibo,
Ho hopes to continuo working
for the oil company but in some
other typo of lob, since ho hat
bean barred fromdivint for tho
If an when, though, he eyer
dives abain, and if and when he
ever develops "the bends"whicht
he ancl his friends hope he w 11
nothe knows where expert care
and kind hearts are waiting.
to a sta'emcte in the central val- rra lod
ley where ,the Mercei and San make t
Joaquin rivers threatened to I- today a
nundate 'a dozen communities, nath" (
throe end small. , ,, Donner
Rich farm lande end fiomes a- er man
long rivers were flooded from lated.
hos Banos to to the San Joaouin A hel
delta, at the upper end ,of San early
Francisme Bay,- a ditance of wav ro
more than 100 miles.. 4, rail in(
Th4 Army Cornq of -rngineers with th
said'the Pajera River 70 miles day.,
go-th of San Francisco was reen'''
too Nit "taking the levees wit h, la
it." However the breaks were gen-, jA45
,r177 uyi La Ku-1u, 4rm JeveeS Iv ' Id
it." However the breaks were gen generally
erally generally in isolated areas.
Rein squells. oiling In on each k '1
other in. an -', almost ,,, unbroken
lifting since eerie in the vesri . :.
:sfring since, leartv..in', the yeAri 1,74,
have , been described es the It ba
worst con'inuoti storm in this 1 erarimerv iteqtri!
worst con'inuot, storm in this ueranmer
ores ,t's con'ory,
cTte rood crews:, soldiers and
'vilian volunteers reirforced by
nrieoners doggedly ,worked tO
plug leaky dikes, open -snovlvelogged
highways over the Sierra and
clear out mud and debris.
Of the thousands who left their
homes in coastal areas to escape
the overflow from placid creeks
tittned into, raging torrents earlier
this week. most had vturned dur during
ing during the lull which ,' bathed ft,'
north .t-'e with. weak sunshine
Thursday. ,E,t,- ,o,
State Disaster Agency officials
frankly expressed concern over
the possibility ,of rising tempera temperatures
tures temperatures melting ,the near record
enow pack in the Sierra'amd arld.1
hig to the rapid runoff from the
sop,Ted font bills, This'was a ma major
jor major facor in the factor in the
Christmas floods at Yuba 'ity
TOBAY! 7..00 0.50
DAVID O. EIIN.
or. wombon :
,;:,: AND !.'
' ALL ITS
PC ,Water Engineer
In' US Conventions
the chie in: ",n W a ter
and LaborLtories Branch,
leave' thol Aoril
9 for the United States Where, h
will attend the Amer.cP 1. Society
of Civil Engineers and the enonal
American Waterworks Association
' He will go first to Atlanta, Ga.
to attend, the enoineering conved convedtin
tin convedtin and later will lyt the 'official
reornsent-t;-N 'r Ca,
nal Company at the Water WaterConvention
Convention WaterConvention in 1) 'lex. He is
expected to return to the Canal
I Zone April 27. '1:. ,
The iirst of more than 1000 ma.,
torists and skiers stranded in Sie Sierra
rra Sierra lodges for two days began to
make their way to the low-land ti
today asroad crews cut a 'cot I
nath" on 1J: S. Ilighway'40 front"
Donner Summit to Colfax, Howev However
er However many ski resorts were still iso-, 41
A heavy snow, fall in'the Sierra
early Thursday ',closed all' high highwav
wav highwav routes into Nevada. Only one
rail ine connecting San tranevteo
with the ,east remeinedo6pen Fri Friday.,
day., Friday., ,
WASHINGTON (UP) Negro
workers have been ;hit much
harder by the recession than 1
whites, ,a Labor Department re-,
port disclosed today. ,c , ..
, The department said. 16 .11 t
eetlt or ",non-white" men in fig r
total work force were unemploya ', 1
in February d compared to .7 peel
cent for white men. Negrot f
Comprise' more than 95. per cent
or the ,"non-white" category.' -' r
"Many of these (non 0- white.,,,
ivorkers are in less skilled occul
potions where the -rates of uhinm;
ployment have been highest,"r'the
department said iti'w a report
"Characteristics of 'the Unem Unemployed."
ployed." Unemployed." .. . ..
7 : About half of the jobless in
February were rn,rried men--a
sharp increase compared to a (
3 year earlier., 'The uhemployment
rates .for men 20, to 44 years old(
climbed most ,rapidly over th
I year, rising to 40 per cent of tho
r total in mid-Fibruary. ft
These figures 'reflected the la,
.ot s -in, manalacturitig 'and co
struction industries., :
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F F Brooks, Of Panama; Mr. and t' less'tiss 1:11111alioud Rid Dcision .-
marked off a vast danger zone A New York 'publicity 'firm is- the ,chle 0: ",e r-o;;,l's W a t e r'
Mrs. CYril Daniel of Panamc in the Central Pacific from which ' ' r'"L d Thursday pictures of a D'nr and LaborLtories Branch, Ilii-littlf!1111' )
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7. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Call, of Ancon; ships will be barred starting Sat- To'Stop A-Tests ,,,,,', el
fnuLuenced tent-shared dress, 4 t th lepyof 110,4 tP 444 )'-' ''')441e!' AtiPil
' ... ' .. '', . '' ; ' ''' Sgt. and Mes. E. M. Beasley,.' of urday., ,- , .. bows on bosom and 'hips, ',barelY 9 for the United States where, h ,,
SHOWS. Fort Kobbe; SP-3 and Mra. B. S. Peeling' said the United States TOKYO (UP)--PHme Minister distinguishable high waist tind a will attend the Amencs 1, Society
, '' 'IltlEAS ,. Batelaan of Panama City" Sgt g
v Ar 1 J.11 0 -till could ,. seize 'the initiative Nobusuke Kish Friday:said. Japan 1712-inch-high hemline. '' of Civil Engineers and the pineal
I :1" '''''''. 'A and Mrs. D. J. White, of Fort A- from Russia. He said it not only wekomed Moscow's decision to ., The manufacturer, SusY Perette, American Waterworks Association ,,11
.; ' Nitli 1 11 ." ---..' ' '''''''''" 4:59 6:56 mador; and Mk' and Mrs. It- W.' should call off atomic tests,' but suspend nuclear test regardless. was elicited as saying Mrs. isen.
' l' - ' 0,t, '' .. Frick, of Rousseau. -- 7 r- -, also should invite the United ,Na- of the Soviet motives in, taking hower,, h a d ordered : a size t2 He will go first to Atlanta, Ga.
. , .' 04,a 11,,,,, ,, tions to ,set up a system of in- such a step. .'. e ,', .' ', (price 2939.95) ,' after seeing the to 'attend, the eneineering conved conved,
, conved, - Boy babies were born te the fol fol.
. fol. , ,
spection stations toside this coun- .' 1' .; !. dress modeled at the Cherry tien and later will be the 'official
, -. 0.75 0.40 lowing parents: Mei, and Mes. W. conventinns. , ,,
, try to guarantee there would be The Russian announcement has Blossom -fashion show hire last reornsent-11--, -, r -, ma Ca,
. '- - Pomares, of Panama; Me., a n d 4
no cheating. There is nO inspec. been seen in the West,as a clever week.' '' nal Co' many at the Water-
. Mrs. M. W. Finley, of Los Rios; tion check on Russia's test ban. propagaeda ',maneuver. Mrs.' McCaffree denied the !vib- Convention in 1 1,-. 'lex. He is
Lt. and Mrs. R. R. Robertson, Ji., I i I atte t t il f, 1- '' ' h re rt '' i il
f F rf S -3 nd Mrs J D
. ode o a an, p a .,,
Kearney, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. Reyter, of Panama; Sfe. Exp am ng ts mp o f .e ., -- -,,. lis ed Po - .-. expected to return o the Canal
salt in 'Moscow, the group said 'ICishi told a meeting of th Jap She, would not. say what tne Zone April, 27 '1 t I,
that "only a final decree from the anese Senate that he hoped the first lady will wear when she at- -, , ; ,, ., ., ,, .n ,, : , -.. . ,,t
highest court in the Soviet Union Soviet decision would lead t the tends Easter services at Gettys- '
IL. A i ,t,,,,. ,, IN',',,,., -,,,a1,,: and Mrs. L. R. Miller, of Fort K "IN'' 'Iome.,;m....4J1
'''' ' ".4" ''''' ''. '' '' -.. bb- M d M N F Wo ter ef
, r. an es. s Id tf, t i t I 0 d r t t b P k' 'Ilt','
wou assure permanen erm na- even ua n 9. es mg, menu ac- urg, a. . i, , , ,, ,, .
bon of nuclear explosions by, the turmg stockpiling and use of nu- "You ,know,1 she said, girls
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ty; S-Sgt.and Mrs. D. Soviet authorities." : clear 'weapons. ; '.,. -' may' change their minds.," .. ''
, E.' A es, f Loconat, Capt. and ,
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7; t -- (1) kat
Mrs. W. L. Jones, Jr., ,of Albrook; . , , ... ., k, ., ,,, -, .s .'. --. . i a LAI, , :
and Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Mallett, .. , ; . ,,
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of Balboa. .
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' i ''''-- ILI- ''' '' 't' .-------'1--- 'ft-''-' Slarhngiuesdar.,,...., : If there is one thing certain, b ,been employed on ,. salvage duty compression cycle' to bring him to -- ."...,..- ,. ,.. :,,,.. .,
, this world beside deah and ax- for the oil company in Lake Mara- the pomt where doctors consider- -.. .. THAT-- '"-
,, '''.7:-' r.4 "7 .9' ,,, o . 141. 1 ' o .. . : . a ' es) It is that Gabriel Daboin will caibo recently. He developed the ed It afe to get him back to bed
'.. I -. '' ' '' OCCUPIES ''
'' 'H.-. 7:e;'' I. ' I 1 ,tSIS film showings will be re- never, forget the Canal Zone Ind bends after a 100 foot dive m'ade at Coco Solo Ilospital. Hurine this 1114, ' n ,.
, Burned in Colon after the H o 1 y its people. . - 4, only with a lace mask., As first long period he was never left a. :A,PLACE-
- i eCirge 1
, 4 1; .; ..,, Week. The first shOwing On TILOS ., '. ' he was treated in a small decom, lone. He was fed intravenously un- OF. -:
, .,,i .1 ,.d -,. day wilt be at the loteramerican ,-The 72-year-old Venezuelad diver pression chamber at ,' Maracaibo- til he suddenly ree--,4 -onscious,
, 's, blOISEL I
I Women's Club at 7 p.m,- and the is going home thia week and. no but when his condition b e c a m e ness, asked for food and water.' : 'HONOR ., ', -,
. ,.,- I club through its president, ,' Mrs. one 'knows better' than he that he critical, he was flown to the Isth- Today he is 'what Is known in ALL ITS -
John Corin, has extended an invi- is alive to make the trip only he- must in a company plane. :' medical cirties as a "very grater
t- I ewe rb i tation to the community to attend. cause of the tireless efforts of a - ', ,. ful patient." Alth.ugh his, English 1' '' '. ' OWN!,
' ACIFI UM. 1 If attendance warrants these show.
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handful of Canal Zonians. , He was in such bad 'condition is practically non-existent and his
' '1ic ingsn will be continued every Tues. ., :: , when he reached the Isthmus Venercla accent makes his Span,
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t Ts ' his. arrival herer acutely ill with master, diver William Eadders hae not failed to get the idea a'-
n showing next week
I day eVening at the sama hour.: He w!ll remember very little'd that ','Canal ', Zone physicians, ish strange to Isthmian ears, he ' .. ; .,.
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a serious attack. of the es kin di- and 'other employes who helped ctoss to his new-found friends that
' ,, t 9 Wiillesearthde Colon Stadium t 7 is "th ' ' ,,,k ..45 t 1r7111
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II geese which divers call ', e operate the decompression cham- he is happy to be alive and in ap- 1 I '-'- I )
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, t,,', ..0,0"""I''' p.m.' Thursday.' Showings at the bends ", He was unconscious when ,'ber had very little for 'his re- paren good health.'
t e''' '6..4 4 1 '-,-,e -ste'
1 ''' tedium will continue every Thurs. 1..,
' he ariived here by plane f r o m covery.,But they did not g 1 v 0 ', ,; '
' :,' .' ''' '.; ',..,'' : day evening, again,., attendance Venezuela March 19. i , up, hour after long hour, as the Ile biald 'hbecotmf; af Tat fvoof -0 ,, '
, 1. '' -': . - I 1:eagrTmasn. ti1IVI Lounge tiAlterl tneYli Yloe till- ; yoragd claivasirn rellie, d,,, weekend, itienawipittal taned stile giv'e- '3e I f
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''''11 m' mbe' v li' tt.le of rs w o help-
, lege opens in May the showings .1.
tneehouralaende. houers he spent, in "I, 9- r.
- ed to save his life; he will take --.. ri' ', '1(,-',,;,---, --
.,,- Thursday will be lieldnithrert:tiMia! he home decompression chamber It took two trips through the de- memories and gifts with him, ,' --aL ,.1i61--- 4
. , invitation of the dire O
tor Dosmen.,- ,,, ; , .
the salvage epo fo n ineds chin&
d t at Gatun. But leave new- k d fr b
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he will have a clear memory of '. ' ' fBecatise of the nature and possl possl1
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Vatto Meanwhile a representative of n
the USIS ins Panama continues to his recuperative period in t 3 c'o
d as more tang'. o -e, a
SI! TisPittealhTsn mi emory he wil
TLC 1.11711 ble after effects of the bends. the
young driver is making the return
V g i 5 trip home by ship. He will probe- 1
i ' 1. -",111' r '' ---- . I keep a weekly schedule at the, Con Conhaeveathse
haeveathse Conhaeveathse clothing and :lc small ". ''' .,' ,') 1 bly sail next Saturday aboard the ,,
' 1 ' st!:,,,,,'''", ', '' (and they're the hest Ittnci! ) sulate every Tuesday fro, m 10 a. '.,. SS Sheaf Royal for alaracaibo, ,
purse for pocket money given him ; : , ; ',...'
- i ' te-,.-' ., -4 , MO to 12 noon. ,,
's by a 'group of Industrial Division 1; ,.. ng, '., via Curacao. i ,
' ' ' ', '' COLLEGE PROFESSOR-DIES employes to speed him .on ibis ; er,,,..4. ". '1 He hopes to continuo working 1
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i 'fiao13 e s, , ; AMES, Iowa (UP)-Iowa State waY.
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'' College associates mourned the end His departurewili make the ,i t (, in 4... .. ,
of the most dramtle case of 1, it v,,,q11111kk 1 for the oil company but in some t,
b i h h '''
I i other type of to a nee a as
,' o'' 1 been barred fromdivint for the
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4 ''''''''''"""'"""'"' t.'''', '."."" ".' deatir -Friday ,of Trofesser-Harvey lifb h'
sav-g la which t,.he,Gatun Saly- :47 - 1-, -11 1)eing ''''
,,,,JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS. NITA TALBOTWILLIAM REDFIELD 'to,,,,Ili., Lantz -accredited for the devel- age Depot and Divmg School has .,,,; .si:.
: .If an when, though, he e y e r s-, ,,
" 1 nt,-,-i '' - o ment of the "Jonadel" apple,' a ever been involved. ,
.7, STEVE DULNE biMALKANTER !duo biCOODMAN ACE! ?mom IIIILIMM BLOOM f dives abain, and if and when he ',
, cross etween e ona an
-' delicious varieties. ro;self the best thing to do is I ehvaerande
P b th J th and After you've
triode a fool, 0 1 which t EFINIFERJONESNITTORIO C1'.!:::, i :
.iirtieCli HUDSON i I
velops "the bends".--
AU RAO, RADIO PICTURE, ', -. , .t , A native of Maracaibo, young
d his friends hope he w i 1 11 0.
IfKit nobody teatized you ii,..-INmfv1A1.-3coPr:.,,,,... CHARLES VIDOR s......, P 'P ''
not-he knows where expert care
, Invited Guest Star .19HN WAYNE ,
' ' Lantz, who was 70, died 'rhues- Daboin began worldng as a .cliver a
' day He had taught at IOVIS State for the Shell Oil Company there were sober.. ,,,
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Die'InJersalerm,un Good Fn ay ,, -H ,, , , ., , ..,,' -, , , , : ,
JOrdanian Sec- Here and there, an Arab boy -in the garden where the agony of aii."11A ni., Asibmu a' All'a All . i Il II
ord number of with a spring lamb w r a p p e d Christ began. Then many ,crossed s vuvu e 0 '1 01
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g many Ameri around his shoulder darted mto Palm Sunday street, along which Allif 1 ', off Vat : , i I of ni
tddle East ten- the processimn on his way to Christ made his triumphant en- .' , '. ,', : .. ,,. , ., , ,, , : , ,, , Hr cobartie 41
s yesterday to some Arab butcher shop. But try into Jerusalem, to visit the
iken by Bhrist even the usualljr high-pitched ac- underground grotto,where be was , .,, ,, , ., , , ,.. ,: ,, u -- I, A '. 4' '. 1 ' ---..' 4 41
n to his dcath tivity of the market places was betrayed by Judas. 1 ,. 14 F
' hushed as the pilgrims walked For more than a week, tourists ' ''' ' .' : ' sAN F AN , , , itt
e Sssemblage of by. ,-,- i ''-., , ,, ., and pilgrims have' converged on 1 e ult o oc c est R CISCO, April 5 (U) --,-- Storm-ravaged California, already declared a 1
, disaster area by President Eisenhower; toddy reached the point of no retu n'
ists in the old Jerusalem by every means of ., . . ,
Cossrihos' The Via.polorosa transportation, Gone was the fear , , , rain or shine, the future holds only hell and hig
. u rea
, this Good Fri
gest in mo The Via Dolorosa tvnsts from t which kept tourists and pilgrims Additional rain" wourd only add to the da
Tourist Depart- palace built ron the spot where from the Holy City during the I
Ch i t 1 bell d to h b
r s s eve ave een past two years. Every,- hotel in t
ans. EC Men Defendahts the battered state B t i b k;
mahgwebotter. .- .- ., :
lated more than
sentenced to death n the cross Jerusalem and communities for ,.., ,,,, . , in the six:week storm period could melt the near-record snowpack in the hi h Sie
' ' afiTdhseengdafedderlivuegne riontino,thhaelifl000ndd-sswnoolwleny'rhiviecrhs:swe
p't over :the.s'tati this week have,.1
d visit here this by Pontius Pilate, through the milees .around -was booked solid. , , - ,,. ----,-----.---,---n 7-7'
4 000 were ex ex,
, ex, b usy Arab market to the Basilica Theo ne-strip airport just inside .
" e 1 'Olready taken a'toll Of 12 lives and-causred' pro ert daMa e in' e ' '
reck, Armenian of the HolY SePulcher. the Jordan side of the border They also announcvd they' would B -,.-,
,er observancesi Thursday night, thousands-, of with Israell:held 'Inw", J.erust file n ons 1-111(e- 4 II ,,, . P Y g xcess of 12 milhon li
a. similar suit m Creat Brit Brit:
: Brit: nin Itnd nttamnt to file one ,in I
arni Canal Comnanv ,T;te 'American statements kit nyt, a. pi weigkinua ,B110 ,., mil said he could not con- e - i north
ibeir ii-a-elis- 'o'' nt-17e--ie-mo-ngti-a-Cors- ;lam 411111 ., ot-'e with.. weak sunshine hmany of these (tion-o. -white,'
' Balboa Cristbal back at speeches by, Ithrushchev ,,, .4, , 4- firm, a charge by Sen. Hubert Ir. and -listened to a short service 11, e"....w 7-1 k Thursday.. ,' A4' - ,ctif,l' l' Workers ware int less skilled ecru;
o , Humphrey', (D 0 Minn.) that the
'' ' in Budapest, accusing the United organized by the "Committee for ti -1 Stnte Disaster gency o le als pations here he -rates of uhim uhimiPERATURE:
iPERATURE: uhimiPERATURE: states of t"trying to prevent a ,,
1.1.ttle League Soviet tests had .,, "literally poi- t k T frankly exoressod f concern over ployment have been highest, the
, the possibility ,oi ris g temper deptirtment p
in s sigh
igh sigh . ... 96 86
summit coderence." lie a 1 ho e ense o emocracy in ,ron
" t 3 IC 0
, o e ar e or s u , i
soned the world's atmosphere Di LI w f mD m lot mhi gro p said iti'w a re ort
Elw ;' 76 cv, called ion the United States und .. spewing into it "possibly three tures melting ,the nearL,- record-"Characteristics ..of 'the Unem:
, Old took
expressing resentment at what it f on d
4Iorryt ,,,,.. Byritaoino,wtoingshowe their "goodwill" Boys'10,2 Girls 9 -
times mere radioactive material
than ever lie ore." termed the "Communist and pa. onow pack in !he Sierra and add- ployecl." ... , ., ,
irh 88 8a
,- b f 11 th lead of Russia in
. ... .. .. cifis campaign. urge a ri
t d 11 11 1. ing to the rspid runoff from the Abo t half of th Jobless in
or ta$ter Parade :
., ee ee ol um war ommorlat. nis group, -- --- ,- Y 1
" k I U DV, 'called ion- the Un- ited States und spewing into it "possibly'' three tures melting ,the near r.cord 4Characteristi
. expressing resentment at what it f
ITY! -, Britain t9 show their '"goodwill" ..
Boys 102 Girls 9 times more, radio!ctive material termed the "Communist and pa- E. I onow pack in !he Sierna'ancl itad- ployed." L.
8 85 by following the lead of Russia in I than ever be ore. or a, ing to the rapid runoff from the
', cifist campaign,1t., urged all Brit, . ou a o
Ab t h If I
bantling nuclear tests w 1 t h o u t
.........,- 49 78 . Boosts Woridts ,' Burden ons to "maintain iomplete silence NASHINGTON (12)Mrs. Ma- sop,Ted font hills, This was s ma- 8, b
s er Pa-rade : ' cs
, waiting for an international agree- Nine girls and 10 boys wet's born However, he said since the So- e ruary were
, ment on a .mutusl inspectio.n sY.8- at Gorges Hospital during t b e I viet tests were "their' biggeyt Christmas floods at Yuba 'CRY ir ,,,..,,.- ...ii.1-, ,TI
. s arp increase
and face- the War Memorial" mie Eisenhower 'will stick .to the jor facor in the factor to the b b,
, b, .. . or en o mare era 02.;VZP V ,, 0 as o
h th h el h ld f hi ned new look" in the
0 0 ncled tne bowels- announce(' wan 31, according to the regatar noostea tne worm's nuraen ot ra raof
of raof the anti-nuelear -eampa!gn told House said pd y. , 4, ,
, "a propaganda. gimmick." tal report, During the same period, dioactivity more, than t) arh er
4 White assailed Khrushchev 211 patients were admitted and 210 tests. in Trafalgar' Square to ".e-dedi- Aress"as reported by a Nevi
a crowd of, some 10,000 jammed She hasn't bought a trapeze
9 aild the Russians on a series of discharged. Russia annoutieed Monday that ",,...10 fhl. vnrir dr s manufacturerand
PC loiter Engineer
LMA le a .Plor 1 alit; Luc ,,,,,,,, Emu tatoloteaL. LMI cate oursevels to this "g rest Yoric ares8 mantuafauLetuuu
- These figures 'reflected the la',
--- points: It Ayes halting its atomic tests of -in manafacturitig 'and coP 1
To Participate -
I 6 He said Russia cotdd show its The nanies and addresses of the
' SUNDAY, APR but said they woukl be resume , rapeze
t or a chemise Easter 'Sun 'Suncause,"
cause," 'Suncause," definiter will not wear either a
"goodwill to the world by "abid- parents of the g bab es follow: if Britain and the United States 1 i a as) "4
T M 9, rah anal Mrs TX T elrimma nf - - I rh I 1 A. 101k Sit" In d
day according to her social sec- 1 1
Pef Proes 'larder 1111,'