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

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

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, ,,TwO of 19 local-raters flied -by the Paniln-ia'Canal
Company following an .announcement- of a substantial
sorytmissary shortage bave biten re-instated, it was learn learned'today.
ed'today. learned'today. ', ', .-, ,,-' ,, , '',
1-. ,' They- are Mrs. E., N.' Walton sof 'the- Rainbow City
, Commissally, and L. S. Headley of the Balboa Commissary.
The. status of a third employe, Mrs. Mavi ,Bushell
' who like the others, had been fired with objections to re reemployment
employment reemployment Vas changed'this week o "leave with' pay7
' pending the, outcome' of aring to be held Thursday., ',
'I"Alkiwt
; '... Nrs. ,Bushell,'a iimeke ei', with the Balboa'Commis Balboa'Commisiary
iary Balboa'Commisiary Ind' a commissary 'emp oye for Ihe past 16 years,
'.1 vas at firat separated from ,her job.' After appealing the
case herself,' her stat9s was cbanged; ,,,, ,
Mrs. Walton, It was learned had ber of Local 900 who represented
submitted, her case to Local 900, the employes. ,,, ,,, , ,
, AFSCME,' AFL.CIO, of which she .,
. ine bird be' aring for:the' Onion"'
is s member., They handled the
: ,,, represented member, Virs We:,
,appeal.., , ton, was scheduled for Thursday
- Headley who ha's-been' re.employ
sub.. ,but was canselled after the charg charged
ed charged but at a lowe rate of pay, per ,were withdrawn.
mitted his own appela to the Can. es...!tga.in(sit
, mai ecision on ;the umon's
al Company. -, , two other two appelas will be made
' The union represented Iv, Governor W. E, potter when
',other employes who were fired, ,ne .returns froci,Wastungton
, and hearing were held In Aeir aa.
peals earlier thig week, on Tues. .Meanwhile, the 'first' fer vil
daY and' wednesdaY.7 : ; employes represented by at

, The grievance advisory board
at these two hearing was compos compos.
. compos. ed of Forrest G. .Dunsmoor,
ministrative.assistant to ,the ,Gov
ernor, representing the adminis.
trationt and Peter Alexis a mem.
110TI2r fIclorts,
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ALGIERS, April, 12 UP)--Twb
rebel raiding bands have kinnap.
ed 120 Moslem men,' women and
' children on a community fartn in
' East Algeria- and taken them
,' across the frontier, into Tunisia,
French, Army officers reported to.,
day., ,
, Few details of the alleced mass
, abduction were know n- The
Frencit said it happened near the
town Of Munier, 25 miles south.
east of Bone, late Tuesday' night
or early Wednesday morning;
' : Officials- here said the rebils
, crossed the border from Tunisia.
Military Headquarters, had fre
quently reported rebels kidnap.'
ping fellow Algerian Moslems and
takink ,them to Tunisia for train.,
ing in the rebel army. 'e
Two separate rebel; grenade at at'
' at' tacks against soldiers and, civil.-
ians in towns near the City of
,, 'Constantine Were reported 'last
night. One person Vas killed and
, wounded in one attack. 4
Libritry
Gets Nv Home.:
In Gtiin
The Catun DepdZit ,of the Canall
.2one Library was moved this Week
from its ,former location on the
tetond floor of the Gatun Service
Center to a new location on h e
first floor of that building.
The new quarters for the fibre fibre,
, fibre, 'ry -deposit are located in a rooni
behind the Gatun Post Office. The
new location is considered- more
cominient for the fibrary patrons
te rotation of new 'book s
from the Main Library and from
Cristobal will be facilitated.
Mrs. Itelen Swearingen is the
Deposit Librarian.
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NEW ORLEANS, April 12 (LIP)
National Chairman Meade Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn said today the "tremendous
gains" of,the Republican Partp in
the South in 1952 and 1956 can be
xuanded in the future.
The GOP Chairman pointed out
the Little Rock, Ark., school inte integrationg
grationg integrationg controversy and President
Eisenhower's use of Federal troop
to restore, order would not drive
Southern Prs away from 'the Rep
ublican ticket.
"There is mucli more involved
: than the single question' of civil
- rights," he said, adding that vot voters
ers voters must think carefully before de
ciding to return the Democrats to
power.
ttIt is my firm belief that an in in,
, in, cident such rs Little Rock will
never lead thinking voters to turn
their backs the great overrid overriding
ing overriding accomnlighmentg of the Re,
publican administration," Alcorn
stated.
lie said Southern Republicans

The bird hearing ,for' the lion lionrepresented
represented lionrepresented member, Mrs. Wal,
ton, was scheduled for Thursday
but was cancelled after the charg charges
es charges against her ,were withdrawn.
Final decision on the union's
other two appelas will be made
by, Governor W. E, potter when
he returns front Washington.

'Meanwhile, the first fer gotr
employes represented by w at
torney Charles Ramirez was held
yesterday afternoon in the board
room of the Administration Build Building.
ing. Building. The board was composed of
Dunsmoor and Capt. george Fitz Fitzgerald,
gerald, Fitzgerald, a member of the Marine
Engineers Beneficial Association,
for the employes. k
Ramirez said tl was mutually
agreed that the decisions in the
cases which be represents will
be made after all 11 hearings are
rnmnloted. :
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For Loficly Shah,'
TEHRAN, Iran (UP)A
wide search for a third wife for
the Shah of Iran has placed, the
beautiful 19-year.old daughter of
an Iranian army?' colonel at the
top of the list, informed aources
said Friday.
' They identified her as Safieh
khami, whose qmother divorced
her' father and, was married to
President Iskander Kirza of Pakis Pakistan.
tan. Pakistan. Safieh currently Ls attending
school in, England,
, Court, circles said she was the
most eligible and most beautiful
of the "possibles" being reviewed
by the royal family of the lonely
Shah Mohammad Reza Pablevi.
The Shah's family latmched a
worldwide search for a new wife
after the Shah signed papers last
Saturday formally dissolving Ins
marriage to Queen Soraya.
'Iranian elders had presstired
him into the move because their
seven-year marriage had' 4 been
childless, The Shah must produce
a male heir to keep the throne
in -the family.
Sonya has booked passage
aboard the liner Constitution leav leaving
ing leaving Genoa, Italy, for the United
States Monday. She is taking her
mother ,and brother svith her.
. ,
The Shah's first" mirriage, to
Princess Fawzia, sister of ex-King
Farouk of Egypt, produced 'a
childa girl. ,
Soo
RdcAlconl.
have a duty to enter' candidates
in every Congressionalo state and
county election. The result, Alcorn
claimed, "will amaze the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats even more than' It will Re Republi6ans."
publi6ans." Republi6ans." -
, Mem," made the:remark's in a
speech prepared for a meeting n
the Louisiana Republican Party
here.
He denounced the Democrats as
a "loosely knit confederation of
miscellaneous groups bound to together
gether together only by a common Flesire
to seize and hold flower."
, Alcorn charged that a Democra Democratic
tic Democratic victory this year would lead the
nation back to "government con
trols, deficit spendinq pnd the left
lane to destruction of the free en enterprise
terprise enterprise ,syqt1m."
, He said the Republican' tiCket
received 48 per cent of the vote in
12 Southern and border states
1956 compared to 20 per.. cent in
1940. ' -"N

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LONDON, April 12 (UP)Com.
monist China accused the U. S.
today of using 'ufraudulent tricks"
to stall the long draw-out diplom.
&tie talks between the two coun.
tries. ,' 1. i
The charge WAS made In a Velp Velping
ing Velping Foreing Ministry statement
reported by the New China Agen Agency
cy Agency and monitored here. , t
The talks,in question Involved
the question'of Am a t prision prisioners
ers prisioners still in the band I e Chine Chinese
se Chinese Redd. They drag ; t on over a
period of two years m Geneva,
Switzerland, but were suspended
after the 73rd meeting in Deem Deember
ber Deember 1957. ,,...,, ., ,-
In the face of '.. the world's
strong demand. for relaxation of
international tension, the U. S.
Sino-American talks,' the For Foreingrn
eingrn Foreingrn Ministry statement said-,
,, ".0n the other' handt the U. S.
is afraid that relaxation of ten.
sion will fcrther discomfit its cold
war policy,. 4 ,- : . t
, .That is..ivhy it has prevented
any progress in the talks, nadt,
moreover, tried to incapacitate
the talks. , .
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,Ilere lies the r ot cause why,
for the past lo months the
United ',States has .been, playinr
fraudulent tricks to atall the Sino SinoAmerican
American SinoAmerican talks.", ,,, ,
, Tha statement said the U.S. was
using its customary Panmunjon
tactics", to make the talks drag,on
without result, ? ?
The Chinese statement charged
that the US, forced suspension of
the talks by transferring U. S.
Anil- ir U. Alexis Johns.
who' represented the American
side. In his place tbe U.S. design-,
'Martin, who doet nOt hold ambits-.
sadorial frank, 4 i. ,, k,,
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Ccm!cil,Prosid:nt
NEW YORIC,--In the first "of
several moves planned to enlarge
its international relations, the Nat
lona' 14Business' and Professional
Council', Inc, has named 14 'honor 'honorary
ary 'honorary presidents' 'which include one
Panamanian, two Canadians anti
11 Americans--
George W. Westerman U.'.11
delegate od Panama, is the Pam
amanian named'. The Canadians
were Bishop Benjamin C. Eckardt
asd Tex Mitchell, an economist
and business magnate.
Other listed for thill honor Vete
Maj. Gen. Walter A. de Lemater,
Maj. Gen. Melcin L Xrulewitch,
Surrogate S. Samuel 1' DiFalco,
jurists Jonah J.' Az.
thur G,, Klein 'and Louis L.1Ca L.1Caplan,
plan, L.1Caplan, as well as Representaive 1
James J. Wilson: ,
Dr., Benfamig, One, Deas of the
Graduate Colldge of the Yeshiva
University and a ipast president
od Educational Writers Associa Association,
tion, Association, is ,also included among the,
honoreet of the Council now head headed
ed headed bY Dr. Harry Cohen, pminent
surgeon and civic, leader; ,
.
Italian' Socialists.,
Reject Commy Bid,
For United Front
'ROME' (UP) ltaly's- left-Wing
Socialists yesterday reJecteds the
Communist Party bid for a unit united
ed united "people's front" in the May 25
general election- However, they
said they still wanted to remain
on good terms with the Commu-'
The Socialist' ,Party newspaper
Lavanti said the demand by Gior Giorgio
gio Giorgio Amendola,, heir-apparent to
the Communist Party leadership,
for restoration of the "unity id
action" pact that was scuttled
after the Hungarian rebellion in
1956 was not acceptable.
It also rejected his charge that
the Socialists lacked "unitary feel feelings"
ings" feelings" With, the Communis; work working
ing working classetw
Lottery To e Held
As Usual Tomorrow
e
u rza y
,
SPecial arrangements bait lieenl
made to insure tminterrupted 'fiery
ice for the National ',often, and
it will take .place tomorrow as u
St MI, it was announced todap:
A spokesman from FtlerZa
Luz issued' the statement as a it
suit of, numerous guries as to
whether the shutting off of elec electricity
tricity electricity in Panama st vorioul points
over the yetkend wuuld the
drawing.

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CANAt BRIDGE TALKS W. E.. Potter discusses alignment problems of the'. Canal,
bridge and its approaches with members .of the board Qf consultants 9n the design and con con'struction
'struction con'struction of the bridge,The meeting pf the consultants at Balboa Heights this week waS their
first formal sessical.- Standing at the right 0t the chart, reading from the left, are:, E. 13.. Bur-.
well,' Jr.1 Ralph A. Tudor, ,Aymar-Emburyp n,, R. P. Davis, and E. L. Erickson. All of the con-
sultants are eminent engineers in fields relating, ,to bridge co,nstruction, ;Tudor also'''. is a'
membet of the board of directors of the.Panaroa; Canal Co.

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WAS111110TON,,'April 12' (UV'
--L'New layoffs of workers covered
b unemployment compensation
ro by nearly f30,000 cliwing the
fil6t 'week of April, but tho
Department said ti,,Lis gilt not in-,,
dicate any major surge in unemnloyment.-
The department's Bureati : of
Employment Security, said fur further
ther further layoffa in the auto indus industry
try industry in Michigan, New York, Cali California:,
fornia:, California:, Indiana, Kansas,. Ohio,
Texasyand 11 other states were
an "important factor" in the in increase.
crease. increase. , , fit
1
The 79,900 gise pushed the to total
tal total f for those' filing -nevi claims
to, 501,800 the highest figure
since January ., when :, initial
claims climbed past 600,000.
The bureiu said the number
of new claims normally rises
during the first 'week in
But last week's total Was near nearly
ly nearly twice as high as the 260,000
total for the same week a year
, (3'n :the brighter side, the bu bureau'said
reau'said bureau'said the overall number of
workers carried on jobless bene benefit
fit benefit lists dropped by 2900 -to 3,-
276,500 in the. week ended March
29. That wits the fifth week in
which total insurcd unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment had remained virtually 'un 'unchanged...
changed... 'unchanged...
As a result, the jobless tate,
stayed at 7.9 per cent of the, 43,
million .workers covered by un-1
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AUGUSTA, Ga, (UP)President
Eisenhower left rainy
Washington and tame to the sun sunny
ny sunny south yesterday for a weekene
of golf at the, Augusta National
Golf Club.
lie obviously Anticipated the
weekend with great pleasure, He
lost no time in starting the first
of, three 18-hole rounds he planned
to get in before returning to
Washington late Sunday. '
The President arrived bere at
1:40 Am. edit after ,a two.hour
flight aboard ,the presidential
plane Columbine III from the na-'
tion's capital-
He was driving from the" first
tee less than 30 MintiteS later.
One of his first, remarks after
stepping down from the plane vas
that he had 48 hours Aere and
"we can get three games
Eisenhower made the remark to
Clifford Roberts,- New York in investment
vestment investment banker and chairman of
the exclusive gni club who greet greet'ed
'ed greet'ed the Chief Executive, at th
airport. ,, ,
White Home Tress 'Secretary,
James C. Hagerty said the only
work' the President brought with
him Was the tentative draft of a'
reorganization speech he will de deliver
liver deliver in Washington Thursday at
a luncheon of U.S: and foreign
newspaper editors. s
pefore leaving ,,Washington. the
President signed seven minor
bills and conferred with Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
on a statement rejecting Ruggia's
latest proposal on a possible East EastWest
West EastWest summit conference. "'s,

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emrloyment Compensation' the
same rate reported for- the week
ending Feb. 22. The total for the
ssme week a year ago was.1,508,-
,
T h e uriemPloyment'' benefit
program covers about two-thirds
of the nation's 'working force.
Fart). workers', domestics and self
employed persons'are among the
29 million not included. 4
The Agriculture Department
said yesterday that farm, em employment
ployment employment increased by 13 per
cent in March but that the in increase
crease increase was not-as large as uhu uhually
ally uhually occurs with the advent :of
warmer weather,
Hrs. Iletei 11,:Smiih,
FOrni
A former Colon resident, Mrs;
Helen Smith, died today in Mer
rick,. LI, according to' a report
received here;
Mrs. Smith, who was the' daigh.
ter ol HaMMOn, a Canal
,Zone resident, died of, at cerebral
hemorrhage. She was 43 years dd.
, Mrtw Smith was born in Colon
and was graduated from Cristobal
High School; Later she attended
the University of Cincinatti ,' and,
had been teaching school at Mer.
rick, when she died, ,,
Her brother, John Hammond,. of
Ancon, was notified Thursday night
that she had suffered an attack.
and arrived is the States before
her death. Her mother, Mrs. J. R.'
Hammond of Gulfport, Florida.
was also -present,
' WASHINGTON, April 12, (Up)
-- This ,was a, day of memories
for -Harry S. Truman ,the, self selfstyled
styled selfstyled -,"politician" from. Indep Independence,
endence, Independence, Mo. '., ...' '' :' ;
-'rhirteen years ago today TIP.
man was ,-' catapulted into .1 the
nresidency of the United. States.
Thrust upon him were the tasks
of bringing World ,War II to an
end and helping to create the
United Nations. .1,' t 1.:.
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' Truman found the presidency
"the most interesting and most
powerful job in the world.',. To Today
day Today an, exhuberant' 23-yeamid
Truman was tack in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, greeting old friends and pre preparing,
paring, preparing, to' give. Congress advice
on' how to deal with the reces recession,
sion, recession, andthe nation .s. warning
about the gravity of the inter inter.
. inter. hational situation.' 4. ,. ';',.,. ;.',' ',',
, Truman planned to touch old
foreign policy in a' speech to-.
,night before AMVETS, a' veter veter'
' veter' ans' k organization which was
ehartered under a law, he sign.,
ed as President. -, ..,f-t ,i '' .',;
''' On Monday Truman will be the
lead-off witness before the House
1Banking Committee as it launch launches
es launches five weeks of public hearings
designed to find weys of allevi alleviating
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Program Preparahon
, A. seminar on problemi, techni.'
ques and development of public,
administration is currently discuss.
ing the preparation and adminis administration
tration administration of governmental programl.
-The scininat, mina ,began Feb
ruary, is being sponsored jointly
by -tho University 4of Panama and
the Rename Civil Service. It is be'.-
ing attended by administrativeof administrativeofMetals
Metals administrativeofMetals of the national grernment.
' Edmultd11,,W..)Vfeisenhelder,
lie' administration advisor I under'
the University' of Tennessee, con contract
tract contract with ,Point Pou'r, opened the
.disciission: on April 8 with a pre presentation
sentation presentation of,' definitions,. ,sources
and characteristics of programs.;
'On 4pril .14,- Edward Harold,
'program officer of Point Four, dis discussed
cussed discussed program formulation point
ing out the responsibility of vari various
ous various leyels of officials and employes
in 'developing a program, and the
budgetgy an& personnel require.
ments. which' Must be considered
in, programing. ,
At the next session of the semL
"nor,- scheduled for Apri1,15,' Dr.
Menalco associate ,Ifirector
of, the Panama and jointly jointlyoperated
operated jointlyoperated agriculture service, will
continue the discussimi with a'pre a'presentation
sentation a'presentation of the methods. of im implementing
plementing implementing programs This, talk
will cover the- transformation of
written programs into action, ..the
use of schedules of operation. and
program communications and. re reporting.
porting. reporting.
The final session on programs
will be held on April 17, Dr. Louis
1,Hosch, United' Isrations 'personnel
consultant, discussing the evalua evalua'
' evalua' tion of programs. He will treat the
'development of criteria of accom accomplishment,
plishment, accomplishment, the, techniques of eva evaluation,
luation, evaluation, ankthe use of evaluation
data., ,
The ex-President spent an
hour yesterday afternoon getting
"briefed'! by the Democratic Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Council's Economic :Com :Committee
mittee :Committee headed by Harvard econ econotnics
otnics econotnics professor John Kenneth
Galbraith ' :
The economists told Truman
what they thought- was wrong
ith the econorriy ,, and what
'should be done about :it,
'But Truman wouldn't say whe-,
ther be agreed with what he
heard. As usual, he planned to
make un his own mind on what
to tell Congress.' 1 , ,
'Hubbling over with good spir spirits,
its, spirits, Truman arrived here by trait
yesterday just a few hottra be before
fore before President Eisenhower left by
plane for' a golfing weekend -at
Augusta, Ga. Truman was stay staying.
ing. staying. at a hotel,less than a mile
from the White House,-
An aide, said the exsPresi-41ent
has not been invited back
to the White House ,since he
'turned: it over to Eisenhower
live years ago.1 $
Truman quickly made it 'clear
that he wanted no 'one to get the
idea he is "statesman" elder
or otherwise. "I'm' a 'politician
and ';'m proud to be one,", he
told -it bluncheen,.of -local-civic
leaders 4testerdayi

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'WASHINGTON APril 12 (UP) officials said ',
tciday the',United States-will rejett RuSsiass latese7Mad:
rushs!, Prpasal for an'eat4est $Ummit meeting.,
,They said thi:United Statt intends to'tand by its
position that any,sSurnmit conference.' must be carefully
prepared to' iniure ,chaiit!s'of success.. '2, ' :
:!s,The. Russians! yasterday, put, forward plan
for n..,U.S.; Franch and Rusinit Yanibassadonal
meeting. in Mostow,aextjhursday. Ot :only the tinie;
plate and camposition of a foriign ministers Meeting.!The
foreign. minister's sessioniwoOld be, he(d 110 later than
May.' :
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, The tote was signed by Soviet The wagtern towers previdusly
FOreign Minister Andrei' A.-Gro. had 'rejected Soviet, attempt to
myko. : 't limit a foreign ministers. confer
Under- the Russian proposal, ence to,;purely .nrocedural deciL.
the 'Foreign -ministers t, meeting slots ---frthe timei place, agenda
would be followed. by, a Summit and .compo9,ition on a. Summit
conference, regardless wheth- rdeetingC 4;,
er the foreign ministers' session The Russ'ians want no issues
was a successor failure... discussed before the.. top-level
The Russian; plan was spelled conference.. '
out in response to The, White:, Boos& ProMptly
French roposai of March 31 branded int.' Pussitt "I counter countersuggesdng
suggesdng countersuggesdng an A ambassaidorial proposal "man,fel,!7 not on pr-
conference in MOseew temirnirt4: ceptonce" of tl ebt,rn s,'
la 1aA two wt,t,,z3 of ltiA,1 tiom 4
to determine Whether any sub- tut it'stttpred short 4
sequent summit meet1.:1 would jecting the Soviet pronosalout pronosalout"Serve
"Serve pronosalout"Serve a:useful purpose," right. A careful study of rim- .:"
-The xvest wanted the snibas.i' plitatlims et the note" was
siders to,' discuss 'Issues 4 like promised by the 'White House.
disarmament, German rennin; 'Officials' said, : however, that '''' '.
cation and the future- of east the United tStatez could not'lc.
European,' satellites to decide cept ';the '!.11.ussian
twhich ,subjects should be dis- They 'said ,the' Soviet note actu-
cussed ,at a Summit confer. ally made a conference of east eastenet.
enet. eastenet. , west heads. of governinant.j
,If the lower-level 'talks. were - '
successful, the. west said, ,' the
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four fdreign ministers then Could UrSMO SS S
meet 10- set a time and place ,
tor a, Summit' conference. The
foreign, ministers also would. de delo
lo delo Gcl
termine which comtried should ,
,be represented. at the Summit,
Russia, refused to g0 along with
Fot'lloipil.1 111c
thisprocedure. Gromyko declar-
ed that it ,loes withont saying" ,
that agreement to' boll!' a Sum- Nine nursing assistant trainePt
m ip e nt dceonntl eorne nlIcree mo utinda rn; tt ke slae-t cwohuor s aovre r ba eineinng t aa icn ogc' os s 0'3; to a He os
a lower. level. ';' Pititt.W111' bet awarded gradbation

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Denl2dfor:2-jime)-.1
Burglar Poisco-;-,t: .'
Judge' Guthrie Crewe' 'yesterday
refuted 'two casesrof '; burglar
who had made lin untisuall- appeal
"in 'forma' patiperig:l1', !4'1 .:
"I feel there is absolutely no
Merit in 'your appeal since you
were Sreven guilty b e y d a
doubt!' the Judge told 'George A.
1 Polson,a 41.year.old Panamanian
who appeared before,him in U.S.I
District Court'. today.-
Crowe told Poison that be:didn't
think he' could doi'anythint any anyway,
way, anyway, even if he wanted to, be because
cause because as, ft was pointed out by
District Attorney 'Rowland' K: Ila Ilazard,
zard, Ilazard, ,this privileoe of a sauner's
appeal t U.S. Circuit Courts is
open ufideilmited States r,federal
law only' to U.S. -citizens.
'"11' the Court of Appeals in New
Orleans to whom you tent your
appeals' directs me to do some something,
thing, something, then I will,r the Judge add add.
. add. 7-Po Ismi was 'charged with' break breaking
ing breaking 'into quarters 153 in Gamboa
on lane' 2, 1957. 'He was already alreadyin
in alreadyin 'Gamboa penitentiary serving
time on at later burglarv which in
volved the Diablo Service Center
on July 12. He' ws sent to Gamboa
for three years on the service cen center
ter center this conviction'Later the home
burglary was traced to him. Tes Testimony
timony Testimony at his trial revealed' some
of 'the jewelri stolen from!: t h P
Gamboa owners was traced to
POISOn itt Panama.'
, Although Public Defender W I I ISheridan,
Sheridan, ISheridan, .7rJ was it fir0
assigned to Poison, later the de defendant'
fendant' defendant' wrote Sheridan' a letter
telling him his servites 'were- no
longer needed. Today :in court,
the defendant ,told the Judge he
had no ,lawyer, to ,represent him.
Id refuting both eases 0.d a y,
Judge Crowe)stated:, fr. rt 1
41feel, you are' bopel,essly and
irrevocaly guilty." k :
Poison )took what termed a
"PauPer's oath" because he said
,wanted .appeal,but. had nq
funds:7 ,

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ToGcl Cetlificz14's
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, Nine nursing assistant trainoPt
who have been taking' a year's
course or training at Coco Sole Ho
pita Will be awarded graduation
certificates at 7:30 p.m. itoril
in a special cereniny to be"lreld
tho conference room' at.' C0c0.
Soy(' Hospital. ,
, The ceremony will mark thd-suct,
eessful 'completion 'of a serir
formal 'classes and on.the.iO4,,,io.,
structioe 'conducted st Coco 1(00
by Miss Florence 'Edbrooke Di
reetor of the Nursing Service:.'
, 'The Coco Solo 'provram;
t the tine held at Gorges Hosois
tal 'during the past year, wat
signed to intruct'a carefully
lected group of personnel in Aheit,
new duties as Nursing Assistantf
wh will aid the. regular hospital
nurses in administering ,better pa.
tient tare t,o the sick and injured.
The &asses were held in Nth
teaching area of the hospital with ;
a' total of 1.60 hours of actual ins,
tructioit Tests were- admistered
periodically., The courses, included
instruction in' anatomy an& phy.
Biology, and introduction corn.
,municable diseases, nursing artst
and human relations.
...The nine graduates, who will be.
come full fledged nursing assist.
ants at Coco Solo Hospital next
at Coco' Solo Hospital next' week
are Eustace A. Hall, islicols r
Forde, Norma DeSuze yernon;
Claren A. Boyce, Doris Coote,
Gladys H. Treleven, Norma Laing, :
Barbara Br,yan and Esther fa. :
Tuthifill To Op n
Notional Isiceting'l
OtHo'rtot Sodety ','
Subert Turbyfill,. instructor or
English and dramatics in t h e,
Canal Zone Junior College, hat 'ie.,
cepted an invitation to deliver the
keynote speech at the national con.
vention of the Phi Theta -Kappa, a
national Junior College seholarshit)
honor society. The convention
open next -week at Erevard Col.
lege'in Brevard, N.C.
Turbyfill is to speak next Fri.
day 'at a convention banquet on
'Ve in the Canal Zone."
One of the organizers of t Ju Junior
nior Junior College chaoter of Phi
Theta Kappa in El15, Turby...1 haqr
been its sponsor s'oce 19:3 sot
twice was named 1 -onqor of t'
Year by t',e r- r",re 9,
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S IS TCUR FORUM 'e. Till READERS OWN COLUMN, ',
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The Mail lu Is an Open 'onion lei readers et The Panama American
14.1ers or received gratefully mad are handled le a wholly. confidential
it yen iteetnitate a letter don't be impatient 'it it-doesn't appose the
arafiliytlettrus ore pularnhed in the order 'evolved.
t't Please try to keep tho kttera limited le ono pope
identity et Woo writers held is otrictest confidence
This eirwspaper assumes no responsibility fair statements et maidens
ampstud in lettere hens wisdom

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- stupidity ad norance seldom deserve attention.' However,
when the ignorant dares to make use Of the press, it may be conve conveskint
skint conveskint should his words do the least possible harm to' refute his
-absurd accusations. '':
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Mr. thus Wright (Mad Box April a) kr. Jack Ass shouid
lave beer a better pseudonym -- has opened up for the first time a
Jopy et tne 1334 Treaty, read a paragraph that he Was told was very
clear, and Bingo: there is no need to discuss this matter. and further.
May be Mr What' Wright should know that the United States
jias. recognbed;'Article I of the Treaty, that It has' the use, occupa.
tion and control of the Canal Zone for the exclusive purposes of the
efficient maintenance, operation, sanitation And protection of the-CaandM
its auxiliary works,..it seems' unbelievable that United
States employes in the Canal Zone should; need -the' very highest
priced jewelry; cameras, silver; diamonds and any other luxury-ype
'merchandise to carry out such functions.
May be Mr. Jack Ass beg your pirdon, I mean'Whuz Wright
should aloe know that treaties are complemented by exchange of
notes between Foreign Offices. The question of sale ,of luxury-type
, Merchandise in the Canal Zone has been the subject of controversy
for many years between the United States and Panama; the situa situation
tion situation is tar from being a simple as Mr; Whuz Wright pretends.
One thing, however, is simple and very clear: Mr. Whuz Wright,
and not Minister Boyd, is the ignorant pne.
' PANAMA JOE,

BA' iNT6N'

, Sir'', ,,. , ', wIt., 0 ... ,,,
4 Easter-passed with deat'h and destruction on all sides planes
leading, with highway collisiona,and a few In the railroads. Some
' children killed right in town here,, playing .en n a''' railroad trestle.
- Seems to me parents are to blame fOr permitting their children to
, play on the railroad track. , -, ,.: n ., ,
Callifornia seems to be-catching her share, with rain and 11110W
, and ing df the San Joaquin Valley. That valley is a beauty,
' an very produetiVe, They are promised worse weather a few days
. Heard on the terdie they have found uranium in Panama.
i The mine at Karns City, Tex., is working pronnd the clock and
understand the one in Colorado is also, -, ', 'y
' The next kind of power is discussed. and theY don't know- wh-at
t will be. Son of a friend of mine in El Paso rigged up a gadeet
I
, .- het was powered three hours by the $1111. If we could only by-pass
the clouds, we might get its use. in the daytime. ', t, 1
- b Time will tell. This changing; world is working fast, and they
I,
ran fin in their satellites as they move in outer space. - .,,
- I I am going over my bodv every 'morning in a search for aches,
pains and sore spots, and finding verytew. And at mv age I think 1
em doing linenand,may. surpass the tvvo who are 111 years old in
fast Texas.. r ' '' ,. r .... ,
' I Mr friencLAr4ngd keeps me:well up on doings In Panama, and
thank to liirs. Hitilde a whole week of front pages of The Panama"
. Aanerilcan arrived by air mail:7nm, people down at the crossroads
- treat ire fine. Almost time for 'a, few visiterir-- tct, be showing tip..
Otto llousemanAlkrinour generallv makes it in June.' He is a native
Of historic ',Golihd lhatswal-,important, In Texas! independence from
g' See r am overstepping my three-sheet limit.' Try to have a re rekular
kular rekular limit se as to rest my' eyes that aeem to be doing some bee-,
tertCloudy weather is what I want.,But the farmers won't stand for
, it. Seed's thev are right, for a bdmper crop of produce is coming on;
he market We will be getting-hundred-nound catfish from Faleon
, c ke soon, as I hear they are near it. Texas has donated the fish
put In the lakes where water Is available'," ; -, in, ;"- t,', -
i 1 Until next week, ), --, ', ',, '' '
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FT KOBBE COMM, 4

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In
, : This fs to inform Casual Sam'that (Mal1,13ox April 9),,Army
ventory is the last of, each month. As Army service peopledon't
- eve any money, left, you -most likely do,n:t ,depend on your Army
' Tay if you are Army. ' '' ' w '
41 All Army ammissaries are'. madhouse the ti t week of each
enonth for' a whole' week, ,This has been custom of the service
- 11.4ver the world, NO the hours on 'holidays don't'have anything to
' de with, the conditions. v, : -' ,' -; .3- 4, .-'. . ,- ,
7 11 Most service people buy for, the-whole month. I worked in an
'Army commissary in the States, so I know what it's all about. Let
, One sarright now, many service people eeyne',Irent-tho etber posts
tecause at Kobbe you can gel items'you eautt find ab timei, at the
other, stores., ea' ' ., ,,, , e,. .,. 0 : t:Al 4 ,:, ,, t i., 4
64 ret true that -food sometimes runs' eut at ill commissatiesi but
, Ihe,manager can put in an-order request for 40 much, se -'eften.
What-the-truck brings is 'another story,,,so to puts-out ,what be re re,
, re, teives and hopes tor more. -, -- s' 7 ,.-' -- .1 -,' ,,
' As lot the ever.worked staff, that's foi- sure It's a wenderful
' 004 to see the:shelves:1ring ,restocked right away.' r call that
good management, brother. We used to have lots of tmPty shelves.
, I talked with one of the cashiers sod was told the Kobbe tom tomltrthas
ltrthas tomltrthas doubled its sales' in the last year, but has the same amount
e!, staff. The help can do-only so much, so here's hoping the Army
' grxves the Kobbe manager a little more help, if only on pay week.
' l I suggest,'Casual Sam, that you do all your shopping after the
, 'tenth of each month.' Then'you wilt have plenty', of parking space.
Ones high water,we won't change our custom of buying every everything'
thing' everything' during payweek.i As for the manager. keepyprthe good work
aid remember you find few' creeps anywhere. ,,, 0 ',.,
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$ COMilSSARY

,- As picked' tip my paper tonight (April 1)) law, in the Mali
Sex, a letter from Casual Sam. Well, I must agree witb him, he
is, casual between the ears, ) ,
inickersnee of a letter is a poor one. lit fact, Ws super..
, effort went flat to anyone who knows the.Score, I not only
shop at the Ft. Kobbe Commissary, but I know some of the people
who work there, and I do mean work. 0
Did you (Sam) get off, pay day? Well, they didn't. even doubt
leyou fatted the "old 'man for yotir pay, but walked in backwards,
tor that lower part of your anatomy must have done all of your work.
4, The long lines 'show that people ire' Willing to twait for 'some,.
, &Mg' good. I bet you were right there blowing your top ex usual.
The people at the commy have a bard:lime on pay day, 'and I am
truly sorry your Mommy made you wait in the bull pen so long,
but children are now allowed to run Iree.,1 admit it's dangerous
with th,:s, women drivers there.
, If the commY at Corozal were half as good in Meats, ,produce
and servite as Kobbe, I wouldn't drive from Diablo Terrace (An.
my) to lobbe every week.' ,My hat is off to all those people..4t
Xobbe who make my We happier with good serviee.
It is too bad they 'must put up with the loudmouthed, small,
f invertebrate crawling anintals with elongated soft, bead"; Keep up
the good work, Kobbe. ', A
Sgt. Kobbe ,Gold

agree with the Mar Ch 28 article:ef Disgusted Patriotic. Pan Pan8111811134"
8111811134" Pan8111811134" and I am sure 95 per cent of those affected blur, hie
-news. 1 - - e
I would add furniture stOret, 'theaters, restauranti, 'espeCially
those on the Calidonia route, Most of the help are untrained in the
, rn,diments ot sanitation and courtesy, the chief reason cheap labor.
:Our future slogan should be, buy only from stores where tolored
re9pie ore given chance to tam a decent salary.
We constitute a .major part of' the buYing pubilOindlhbuld
Va given eonsideration. We should embrace every opportunity Ito
t Or people know who are our iriend" f.?
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'MAMA AMERICAN

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DEFENSE

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Comments
By ROBERT C. RUARK
The uerto Ricans in New York
have intrigued me as a sociolo sociological
gical sociological experiment., and -I hasten
to sal), that this is a pro Puerto
Rican piece. These people, many
of peasant class, many of mixed
Spanish and, Negro blood, have
suddenly been dung into the most
difficult metropolis in the world--
New York City.. 4"
New York is not so much a melt meltbig
big meltbig pot any more. The Puerto Ri Ricans
cans Ricans came in as a kind of after afterthought,
thought, afterthought, long after the first multi multiracist
racist multiracist arrivals had settled down,
raised children and then, grand grandchildren,
children, grandchildren, and became more or
less assimilated. :
' I read now that legislation is a afoot
foot afoot to make New York a
bilingual city. In such a simple
thing as a parent-teachers meet meeting,
ing, meeting, tor instance, all English state statements
ments statements were translated into Span Spanish.
ish. Spanish. All communications from this
school arrive in both English and
Spanish.
It seems to me the city, without
possibly realizing it, is doing a
great disservice to the newcom
ers. They are handing out the
Spanish mother tongue as a
crutch, which further distinguish distinguishes
es distinguishes the Puerto Riquenos from their
new neighbors.' It certainly will
add to further complications. if
the 'Latin .brethren hang together
as foreigners in a strange land.
For a start,' better economic
conditions --- which means better
housing, less concentration, less
ccntact with Uncle'Pepe or Cou Cousin
sin Cousin Luis, less delinquency, less
crime--will tertainy depend on
the making of Latin Americans
intAi North Americans.
This leans heavily on the swift
knowledge of English which; after
all is the accepted tongue, as Span Spanish
ish Spanish is the accepted tongue in San
Until the Puerto ,Ricans learn
English they are bOund to be
second-class citizens, economical economically,
ly, economically, for the better jobs are closed
to them, and socially, because
their lack of ,diffusion fh indus industry
try industry will force them to live in war warrens,
rens, warrens, with the ensuing problems
of the temptetion of crime is a
necessity, as well as ,'an ,avoa ,avoa,
, ,avoa, Most of ,our forefathers spoke
another language. When they, hit
Ellis Island.1 But necessity forced
there to learn English, even if it
was of the', "no peencha da
graper peencha da coconut" or
gYes we have no bananas" 'NS,.
riety. They were slung steadfist in
to our mixing pot and they had to
learn the lotal hon. -Which
they proceeded tO do; in record
time. ,
' Latins tartitularlykAre adept at
languages, as they are musically
minded, and. have ,good ears. And
a child cal learn any language
-11 WY- :
, I think New Yoik is dead wrong
in this bilinguil approach. 'A Puer Puer,
, Puer, to 'Rican in New York -does not
nedessarily want to be' a Spaniss
, exatriate from the Sunny isles.
Ile would really like to be accet acceted
ed acceted as a New Yorker, even ',if he
has a little trouble, with hilt, 113'n 113'ntax,
tax, 113'ntax, from time, to time,, '
gese in poifit is me. get a"
ound a good bit to such places
as Australia, Africa, New ,York,
North Carolint, England, France,
and Italy. I am no whiz kid, but
I find that my feeble el fort to
'speak Frencly, Spanish, Swahili,
1 English-English, Italian ',7N o r t h'
Carolinien, New Yqrkese, Boston Boston,
, Boston, Ian, ,or two versiong of Australian
carry me a Jar piece more than
.if I lean. on English as a crutch
and expect the people to under understandpie.
standpie. understandpie.
Possibly my sketchy North Afri African;
can; African; Arable atnks Aviles I'm in
can Arabic stitlis when I'm in
with the( dragoman in his tongue
than when depend on his knowl-:
edge of my mother language.
You try it some time if you tra travel.
vel. travel. Ask the concierge in the best,
or worst, hotel in town where is
a nice place to go to commit' sui suicide,
cide, suicide, or where can you buy a
quick murder, and he will a a y,
"Yes, very easy, kind sir. The gen gentleman's
tleman's gentleman's room is that way. and',
I will have a taxi, for you if you
wish to buy some clothes.", 1
I think that- the City Of New
York can dolts new people A
great favor if they throw them
into the 'cold seas of language
and command them 'to swim. Oth Othervdse
ervdse Othervdse you never have citizens.
You just have a foreign colony,
with all the evils that colonies in
Aeschylus. bom near Athens
In 525. 'was the originator of r
the drama as ws know it. 1311-1'.
tott his time there had only I I
been .ehoral $011111 and recita-1 I
tions by single persons. BuC i
Aeschylus wrole these recital.'
tions so that two people could
speak them and gave them
costumes, and the rudiments et
1--
drama were established.--,--
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r THE,STAEOUST BLUES )
, You see the stars is shiny
eons. They are the ,rellections of
dreams bright, charming and
luxurious. Rings on fingers, bells
on toes. A word of mit and swim swimming
ming swimming pools. ,Then you read harsh
headlines. Judy Garland's latest
agony, for example. And the illu illusions
sions illusions vanish. The twinkling fairy fairyland
land fairyland turns out to be a mirage. The
realm of stardom it revealed,as
ruth,,,ss and cold., And the twink.
I,T for all their"peronal ma
gie, are exposed as frightened chil children
dren children trying to find their way in
the dark One of Miss Garland's
lormer husbands has commented,'
"Judy was always full -of fears. I
urged her to enjoy being the great
itar she was, and is,,but she didn't
know how to do, that, and still
doesn't." '', v,
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The foregoing may Again, the
emergence tranquilizer !,and
ieeping pills as melancholy mo
numents to lit'way-H'wood success.
' They seem to have everything-;--
youth, beauty,,,iiime, And 'yet,
they are tortured by private devils.
"Being a movie star,": she says,
"is the loneliest life in the world.
And acting bores me." She is Aa
Gardner, Who has retreated cross
a dozen nations in four continents.
Nevertheless, her extensive trav travels
els travels as well as a tour of the psy psycliatrist's
cliatrist's psycliatrist's couch -,have been, fu futile.
tile. futile. She cannot get away, from
herself. Unhappiness Is a constant,
unwelcome companion. 'Morever
1Miss Gardner is wracked by the
knowledge that stardontla tran transient
sient transient and so is beautor Her co coworkers
workers coworkers report that she frequent frequently
ly frequently studies her likeness in the mir mirror
ror mirror and must constantly be Teas Teassured'
sured' Teassured' that slit is beautrful.
Carved eut et marshmallow and
radiating meonlight, their sorcery
enchants millions. However, they
are also robots ruled by' a vast
machine. .Stardom represents ,a
successful collaboration of numer numerous
ous numerous people and millions of dollars.
The care and upkeep of the aver average
age average sparkler demands the services
of 18 press agests, several dozen
make-up men, a staff of camera cameramen
men cameramen and still photogs, it small ar army
my army of hairdressers, scripters, 'cut 'cutters,
ters, 'cutters, designers, agents, account accountants,
ants, accountants, lawyers., The barrier of peo people
ple people can become an Insurmountable
emotional security.:
''One of Marilyn Monroe's intim intimates
ates intimates has written: "People who
have been close to her were arnaz arnazed
ed arnazed by ber withdrawal, lack of en entbusiasm
tbusiasm entbusiasm and shunning all the du duties
ties duties of stardom. And I knew the
asswer. Fear. Dread of failure,
tke Jeer of 'not being liked.', She
tame to the movies with ,those
fears, and despite two years of
psychiatric treatment, they hid
creased."
, The craving to be liked and' the
apprehension that you won't is ev
erybody's private nightmare. For
a star,. the fear is magnified, in-1
tensified and distorted. Insecurity
Is often motivated by the fact that
stars are suddenly rocketed from

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the world of obspority into the l'Ia
Mil 0, latleetbli Jpne 6,1w4b,Juu,o-i I
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once reporieu:, Waen adma AttittrUe
Intied Iltt tirst movie coutract, sae
carried her entire weett's salary
(ps0)-witii her end paid olits out
ot' pocket., ne was.euaid to, Put
it in a mum,: : .: , 'y ''' k.. ;),... ,','
Stardell requires. a certalit., a aMotuit
Motuit aMotuit OL srsistryf 7 altu, IIVIASLey
demands sensliavi4., tronicausy, Lae
sensitivity, wnicA Is ,Silutati.t. to
success., oecomea, an -eilemy.-v, it
deprives stars oi S defense al:ail:it
the inevitable crue.ties and conse-'
quent emouonat StreSb. Atter :me
of her tv appearances ',lured', wi;
la:PPYnotiees: 'iietty Huttou coa coat
t coat ssed: "When 1 reiid those. New
rit leviews,,-1-was mei ready
ho crymg -.for 1 went p.our
I'ilnet
boors. ..diss Hutton's experience
is, liet;' uncommoil.,;Critieisin,, tali,
be' atiNt overpowering:. 2, emotional
blow. rais teporter hes seen stars
in e siate M.:Moat, as a, result of
criticism; And there are stars who
taVe repiired years of psychiatric
theraPy as, the result of a ;tonglf
lailure.-. ,',1: ; ;:.",; 1- --, t.,
The tigorous pbricsa ..:learands1
of stardom cannot ne.uvc.41.tio.
NO star ever survived witiaout: bbit"
, mina. !lane ,Turner 'has igrintiy
pointed out that "it's alwaYs bees
a rat race gelling on top,' staying
there ankbeing hicky enough to
are ilsancial' problems. Many' of
these eye-popping mansions you
see iirMOVie 'mags burden.' -stars
with heavy debts., The stark aritil aritilmetic
metic aritilmetic of stardom was rece-..tly eX eXplained
plained eXplained 'br June:4110n: "High
echelon salaries repult in 'the high
'cost of business, managera, gents
Publicists, secretaries, Screen Ac Ac,
, Ac, tor Guild, dues,, charities,, elothes,'
cars, entertainment. Then cbme
hi5h-echelon taxes." L
,
1', Oh, those taxes! iss Allyson
once reeeived $5000 for a radio ap ap,pearance.
,pearance. ap,pearance. She later told Dick. PO POwell
well POwell she would use the 'money to
buy a mink. "Go ahead,", e r
groom -responded, "after taxes,
spend it, any way you
" All h d
After taxes, Miss yson a
$300. Which helps explain why Miss
Garland --arid other stars have
monetary' rlifficultics.' Fabidous
salaries enrich Uncle Takes and
leave 'stars ,with tax problems. ;
It isn't only the Dream Girls who
finditardom a pinwheel existence
bright hut dizzying. The Golden
Boys have the same troubles. The
Mlle anxieties, fears, insecurities.
Uncertainty seems the only iert iertain
ain iertain factor in stardom. The higher
the pinnacle, the n3ore dangerous
the fall. Seemingly, Marlon Bran Brando
do Brando Has-It-Made. Privately,she isn't
too sure. He has pointed out:' "Fin "Finally
ally "Finally I got the call from Kazan to
try out for 'Streetcar. I got the
part and from then on have been
doing pretty well. Di reminiscing,
it all seems so simple, but I ,re ,remember
member ,remember being plagued by doubts,
fears, loneliness and all the other
horrors that haunt everyone who
is trying to develop a taleni thst

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For 'furniture FLEX! For., kitchen
, cabinets FLEX! For all. metal metal.
. metal. vvork FLEX! Fast-drying. 1.21StS
',for years. Many colons in high highgloss
gloss highgloss '-, FLEX!

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heli sure of. Even' atter a cert.
ain measure of success, such as I
nave nau, 4I' btlit hard to be
sure, J 1'
.Por Tony Porkinw' stardom' hat
been the reality of a dream, Para.
doxically, reality has taken on the
aspects of a dream.. He states:
"The one think cannot be tom tomPrehonsive
Prehonsive tomPrehonsive about is what success
has donelo Wby is all this? i
may wake up screamieg. Why has
it:happened to ,me?"
, 'To- Kirk ,Dolfilag, stardom' was
"a romantic dream." He add "I
bad not tristialiked the hard worit
that. must bit &mei, the- Mad race
that 'roust, be, 11111' before this hat,
cyon stateof affairs tan" come to
pass t: indeed it ever does 'or
h ',
can. 't 6, ,,, t
.Ironlcally, ,HoIlywood',--' which'
manufactures dreams ofie3
atroyS the hippy Nipions of the
dream,niakert.'
R ENUNCIATIciN CONFIRitiEDs
, ROME ,(1,1P)-, Dr: -Sutan
hamad 41asiid -has -renounced his
post as Indonesia's ambassador to
Italy' In support of the rebel In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian government in Sumatra,-
tr spokesman' at A.the Indonesian
Embassy, ocOnfirmetd
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ENTERS: -,
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1 BALBOA Sat Matinee' 103 aCcal
3 PTHE:GREAT LOCOMOTIVE
. A CHASE", , A
- (BALBOA 3;15, '4;2Q, 0:25, 4:30 s
Joanna Woodward o Tony gouda
- -6NO DOWN PAYMENT',
'',4 (Also ShOwing Suriday) '
C T 0 D' A L'
kat' Mathis,' 2:36 PA&
' "LADY AND THE,
','r TRAMP" and,
"SWITZERLAND"
Kirk Do 4 Adolph,
Menjou Ralph Meeker
, 'PATHS OF GLORY"
,
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DIIABLO't
' Oat. Manna. 2:3S pan,
;"DISNEY CARTOON
,CARNIVAV ,,, I:00
Cameron Mitchell
Diarmir !roster ,'
"MONKEY ON, my ;
RACK"
111.17GAMR,OA
Ist. Matins, S:15 p m:
s"1:itte Miss Smits"
,"REVOLT AT FORT
' LARAMIE"
, A T N
Sat Matinee 2:30
61111E SEA HORNET"
- ant Serial
Alt
"THE SEA HORNET"
, Color)
MARGARITA
4 Saturday Matinee 2;30 p.m.
"WELPIS FARGO GUN MASTER"
' and Serial 6:15 1:55
Jams Cagney Dorothy'Bigiole
"MAN OP' A THOUSAND
"Am.
SANTA CRUZ
& 1:35
Rita Hayworth
Robert Mitepunt
iriltZ DOWN
BELOW"
Ciacope & Color!
(Alit, ;belying
', Sunday)
1:11 fa 1:45
"Johnny Guitar"
, and
esk
"Dra lue 01 F1
Manchu" 8:05 only
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CAMP EURO ''' CIS 4Ps OIS
"crrY THAT NEVER SLEEPS"
and "DRUMS OP YU MANCHU"
."-. '...-.'.- 7.4f .oilly-"4:44-'-',.

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1 WASIILNGTONThe reason wby
Pres.t.ent Lisennuater wun I-move
in advance of the Russian propa
ganda -juggernaut to counteract
tne Qromyko announcement o.
ending 11-bomb tests was quite
simple but very depressing.,
He and John Foster Dulles con con'
' con' sidered, an announcement tha I
Russia had just staged the big
gest H-bomb tests in history. flu
to do this woula nave required a
damaging admissien that Russt.
was tar aheaa ot us....
la his chins-up 'speeches, 'howev 'however,
er, 'however, Ike has not admitted h i s.
Therefore, he couldn't very we
come out and awn-. it last week.
,However, U.S. detection post
stationed around the rim of the
Iron Curtain have nicked up' to
following extremely accurate but
depressinclacts: ,
I. Russia tested three hydrogen
warheads. for use op intermedia
linft intercontinental ballistic- mis missiles:
siles: missiles: 4.,.'. ' .' .. '. ;
2. Russia- tested five atomic war warheads
heads warheads 'in the air. v r
3: Ohe of these was exploded at
an' altitude of 60 miles 10 time
higher than the United States has
ever exploded an &Willie bomb.
:- Main fact about, these Russian
tests is that they used live war warheads
heads warheads on long-range missiles., Hit Hitherto
herto Hitherto we have used only dumr
warheadi on our Joissiles. For if
one went out of control at Cant
iliIi,
Canaveral,, it might b w upe7 the
citlea of Orlando, Mia Rio' a
Janeiro et' al. The Rug 'ans ap
parently have their long-ratige m!
siles so perfected that they were
not afraid to test, live warheads
Last May thev tested an inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental ballistic' missile .froir
the Arctic to the Sea of Okhotsk.
about 3,200 miles, with consider
able accuracy.' But 'it had a dum dummy
my dummy warhead.. Last 'month live war
heads were used.,
Unfortunately pur warheads for
longraee missiles won't be test tested
ed tested untdthis month it the Pitcifie
so Eisenhower and Dulles,, after
long debate, deeided they coule
come o It ,and- tell the American
people that we were this far L'
hind, Runic,: e .. ,

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A FRESHMAN PRODUCES experien
, a job. ct
It's int'eresting how' much one works fl
freshman Congressman, if hi har Her hoF
enotto,h courage. can accomplish Mg' stilt
itt -Washington., Despite the Platn. night.
thPt frestrit-n- should. be seen chores
and-not hea-h, ete,is what tine- lakes ol
mic young Cbtries Porter of Ore "This
gon b4s done rturtno bio first term: fld farn
',1..Forced the, State Department merited
and' the Justice ,DePartment to in- :0 Ir
vesfigate the terroristic tactics, Of Cret ,yot
ttittatolegItailllot al th",:Dorniticar, town. It
,Republic. Got filtand purpet4lett. band's,i
which indiPted one, man at Ddmi- losses 'r
niCan- agent. der Ben
2., ?imbed tbe',StateDepastMent your wi
into bantling arms shipments tr., ceries

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,ILCRO5S , 55 Lonsrpeeked
1,5 :
Airks OWN
11 30 (Frr.): : Pressing
12 Temper,: 2 Requirer
-- as steel 3 Hostelries,. ,:
14 trritssarlis 4 Baseball:
.15 Tyi)e, of ptis. pls7er,,,

.. 16 ComMunists ',.,: Mel .1,--4, ,' .. li,,iisiinwomi, iiiii.,in..0 a...6w
'',' 17 Mao ..N 0,-,.. 5 Bird's hOme 25 Affirmatiyi .. .' 37 Expunge' i
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- 20 Mariner's -- 7,1ndiv1dual : 28 Root finial ,. 39Cubic meter :
; to winsido part --e6 Wooden shoe , replier ... 28 Venerate 4 .!
. ,' directiort P 8 Feminine ,' 27 Not bad ...., 41 1.J.S. Senator.,
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' 2I'Abd (Latin) "PPellation 28 Grant use i ., (1845-1924) i
'',. 22 Central ,. 'Bridge holding temporarily 45 Male deer 4
-., 4 2 European i 10 Greeted, 4 30 School group, ., 46 ..,-.... Town Is,
" ,4, State, (lb.) : 11 Biblical weeds,. (ab.) ,, :11' other
..'.. f '23 Wanderer ,- 13 Rent .. 3 OPposed to lee tapital 't
;, i 27 zuroptan , : .18 Above '. : 4 Arouse il' 48 Small 'child
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,.'.. t 29 Fiber knot" 24 Poker stake 36 Gibbon 51 Dutch uncle'
) 30 "Itaven". -
' I ) author ,, 7,. 11111g111 ;gigging
: 1 Oriental

' I 32 Unit of
1 weight :
33 Bargain ,r
' everits
1:5,5 dCelythteling
.40 Pretoria is one
of its r,--41!
s' capitals
41 Symbol for
, calcium !.
,- 42 Soak flax
43Nowing tool
: ; 44 Art (Latin)
46 Natural cavitY
; 47 Sonja
for instance
''' ISO Pesteter
52 Bristly t
53 French
1 physicist :
54 Diminutive
- of Antoinette'

he PowdenPost Beetle' In
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Mr. Albert A. Mittag, Chief of,Army Engineer's pro pro84
84 pro84 Flans'Branch at Fort Clayton, Is a smart engineer. -,,
Hs knows construction materials and methods, and he
knows how to protect homes from damage in the tropics.
: Mr. and Mrs. Mittaghave a hom in the attractive
'residential district of El Caco del Mar. Recently, Mr. Mit-
tag improved his homa by building a linen closet in one
' wall of ,the bathroom. It was cleverly designed. It was
, practical and useful. In fact, the linen closet had o,nly
one fault. The new wood was infested with a' tiny insect
which left a film of dust. over fresh towels and linen.
' Appropriately enough for a powder room, the insect is
, called the powder-post beetle and is common in the

Being a smart engineer,1Wir. Mittag at once made a,
wise decision. He called PRONTO Service, the insect-control
branch of the Agricultural Development Corporation.
Within twelve hours, the bathroom was scaled and !um'.
gated. The beetles are gone for good. You, too, can be a
- smart household 'engineer by- callinr Panama, 2-7777 cr'
Colon 1777 for control of hrects. 4

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either side in the Cuban revoltt revolttton.
ton. revolttton. 3. Forced the Army to collect
from Sen Styles Bridges of Dice
ilampsaire aavin, an Army
band play at a political functio.,
, Porter's tangle wita tne Army
caused I riot in military circit
Secretlp the Army was with the
Congressman from Oregon, ev. t
sent seven tir..iy inuosinen up te
his office to tell him about the s
vat party at Fort mcNair at which
Senator Bridges entertained Re:
publican ladies from New Hamp-,
shire with music paid for by tne
taxpayers. -
The Army had admitted ,the par par,
, par, ty was purely private,. but winced
when Porter, a Democrat, also
claimed it was uotitical. -Having in
mind the fact that Bridges is t
Republican on both the Approprl
ations and Armed ,Services Com Committees,.
mittees,. Committees,. the Army aiscreetly sup
gested that Porter investigate this
for himself. To that end,'seven Ar-
mY ,bandsmen 'tame' to the Cf
gressman's ince, told hirn of
terdinner speeches. attacking Tru Truman
man Truman and Roo-seven.. n
Army bandsmen couldn3 remem
ter any other occasion when they
had played'for a volitical dinn.
but the 'Arlon '44.. last April,, a again
gain again before -Senator 'Bridges I-
the GOP. women trom New Hemp
shire. '
-.Bridger rot 02 hill frem the
Army for the band. He split it
between the 1.1 1,04 ,ressmen and
two-Senators reprtsenting Nee,
Ilampshire.,( ,
FARMING UNDER BENSON'I'-
' TheAgrliulture Department has
now admitted it burned 2,500
pies Of a tepori to why farmers
are going to the eity.' Meanwhile.
Sell, James ay' ot Montana
has been stUdying another of Ben Benson's,
son's, Benson's, reports, on-,"Aeeping Ihern,
On The Farm," which wasn't burn
ed.' In this report, Senator Murray
ran across the case of Floyd Ber Berry
ry Berry of Choctaw, County, Oklahoma,
who operates s' 280.acre farm,
"To 'supplement: farm income,"
the Agriculture 1Department re reported,
ported, reported, r-"Mrs. Berry drew on her
experience as' a, housewife, to'
a job. cookin in a local cafe. She
works from 6 a.m.' to 2 p.m., daily.
Her husbort is razing at a,
int station from 3 p.m. until Mid- ,'
night.' 'Berry handes the farm
,chores in the 'morning and his wile
lakes' over vite,F tertmon."
, "This is Abe formula' ,fer, success- 4
ful farming under 13erison,7 com commented
mented commented Senator Murray.
:1Ir wife P full.0-,4 job in tOwn.
Get ,yoursell a fulltim e i.iob 44- 14-
town.,, If 'you 'they 117 s
band'a,in,-town wages will 1),11Y,
,losses lesultinl,' from .-4,tirmg Un Under
der Under Benson -andsyou Will still have
your wife's pay to som!Ilro
eerier and, clothing."

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Evangelistic Bervics 7:30 p.m.
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days 110 lint.
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' Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
' Baptist training 1:30 pm.
Evening Worship 7:25 p.rn.
Brotherhood. Tuesdays 7:00 osn
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' I ;30 Salvation Meeting:. "1.-' f,.
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PARA1SO,.d.z. ,.;,
k Savoy 3,,Mrs. CRS. Moseley ',''
Guiana Sheet.. e s
&today School,'
,' 11:00 Ht)linelle Meethtg, ,
: 3:00 Stmday School
4:30 Salvation Ideating ,
,
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COLON CENTSAL ; ' 1
Senior Coati and Mit -C. Moonmwnig
Kr lath Stmel Phone: 33-74L -K-,
,', COLON IIIIRD snErr '-'
1:30 Salvation teeing. ''
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r1- CI lurclmes
t., inn
, The Rev. Orsc Sr W. Olsen,' resift
Bsiboa Rood at San Pablo Street
, Phone 2-1488Church Office NMI
10:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
, ,,aervice. Classes for aU ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service ?hi)
Expanded Session for Nurserh,Kinder Nurserh,Kindergarten
garten Nurserh,Kindergarten and Primary Depts. -- Church
tune Nursery for children under 3 yrs.
-COO p.m. Jtmlor high Fellowship
Poet High Fellowship.
, 7:00 pm. Senior High Fellowship.
7-30 P.M. Evening Service. ,,,
CATON 1
CATUN
, The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Mht later
Telephone, 5-355
Church School. with Adult Bible
Class, 9.45.- '
Service of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45. r'
,A1AROARTA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin 'Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. I-1493
Sunday Sorvices:
, 9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus aervio0.
Classes:' Nursery through adult.
21:00 sm. Morning Worship.
Nimes's' ,for. infanta and small chli
dren. ?
5:00 pm. 3unlor Fellowship.
'' 1:15 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
A completa Schedule of auxillary se setivities
tivities setivities and official meetings as an anPounced
Pounced anPounced from week to Week.
s GAMBOA ?,
IteV, Wallies M. Aidertim, Pastot
' Oftt 6-470 Rea.. 0-130
1:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worshin.
, Official meetings and week-day et!.
"hies as announced. ,
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"" I Naos see. I. , ',, bite11411,16 woll , W e "''''' e- ',1W13 ' .0V AUCOO nowevatu. ,,..1 r.),.. 1A.01,,.,',.e. .11 a- Al3v..,,
,, " r 8 'frt.) a nx Holy Communion.' Sunday 1100, oonendav 016 Loa Administration.: The Gratis
'' 1,v;its SAIL ST. KART'S CHURCHBalboa' The Itt. Rae. S. Haber Ceaedgm. 11.T.D- Iso0 Dm Evening Prayer old Illigittou bunamy s'ettoo gjo oda ., h 'II d in St. Petersburg tor
: 1;01.1. szoo. itLoo and ,,,.. 116..d... Instructions. ,. ,trot thieve el Chris' 0041E11104 4,111illoba eve ve
. sunday School Sunda, teems p , , ,, 7,--- '., THt,nsDAys k Uth Street It ilic:Ilval illidaws) about-18 years. ' ;
, '' s.i.l. Luz, 13 00 a.m.
, dudi, ad. Holy Day Mamess'6:5S. 11110. Illa ale The Very Sew.' itildnert J fatemen. 11'0 psa Girls friend! Sociaty Stinose School iiiis ejla, Members of the:family' still
,
:,:s....., ..i., d ll 00 p.m. .- ,,..H.T.B.,. Dean . .., ,' 8 1.0 p.m.' 1st and trd.
a. an &Linda' 11;" Lai W.dn.4411kt 1" .!: in t,he Canal Zone Include Airs.
, :, . ,,, tGrraanfEdf'nsdaguedigkabeutige,hrtoe.tr ,mGMralunr.,s.,bEoltdaow;bea.irtad
, -- --- Confessions: Saturday. 3:30 se 11:00 ' SATi;SDAYS --N., t
: ' aliain",,24126 and 7:00 to 1:00 p.m Thursday. helots areCon. CS ' 930 MM. Junior Continuation Claah
- .."1"""' First friday; 7:00 to 8000 p.m. THE C41Thr ORAL CY ST. 'EWER ,,
,
. 'uux 111 ,,, Oth:t Church:s '.
. ,, , , .. ; .. mgiaayn,asoonfi.,cosget!' Rsoobleor;t-, and a
Posts and, Bases
,,
to Liberia on MondaYL ) ) 'Y , . : k :4'
' ' Catechuan eiriaas altar the S:00 maw SUNDAYS ..
. ,,,......,-.' r 11141"). s d , . 7:30 a.m.' Holy ternmintiOn. ' .. fACifIC 1111)h ..
,, 's, On Uri ay.
,
. ,
. ,, witidh sanpoly, Study Club 9:30 Wm, eh 9:16 aJn. ChurchLSchool (Hely' Cons- CHURC8 Of Ilitt HAZMIllY42 Engelke
--------- , mice 3rd Sunda l , --- ' ' 'Preteatant ", of Balbo
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- -.. -.-,-- 9:30 am. Santa mmtusion. Sled Sun- 443- frangipani St. Anion. Cle. ', ,., ,,,
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Alri"liiiee":1 ligIVOITte.
1 : ' '' '''' OirtellS ,' SACRED BRAS- 1Anamil ' ', r raeuela Dominica) ...'... 9:11 A.m. Box 297 Balboa. C2s Tel. 3-2803 Sunday School ' 9:06
, ... ,, , Sunday hisunas: 6.39. 1:30 dis 9:30 em. 11:00 cm morning prayer. and sem- Sunday School ......,,...,...H11:45 am. Morning Worahip .,e. 1009 US d
' - ,-, ' n 8:15 cos awl COO stsn, Hole commumon ist SundaY.. Worsiun Service 10'46 asss Church-time Nunierf Scheel... 10:00
1 "Isis ae masses' && SOS

,--P-, Od:
' COCOLI BM'
' lart
s, DraViOr &AV
, Phone
;Among Ia. bi
jiunday Schooi
atortung vorshil
' Irannte Union
Lvemns Worenip
' Prayer Meeting
.! 'Stucky Earn Vied
browernoodIse
kerb Month
Viatti.;-im Monde
liken Month t-

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- ' ma. ' -' '''' ' '' ';..1.'. "111111," wiiii..1 t.i. 'INAllare"alildwill.. n' '' s Maraarits School Gynmaalwo
,
' -. A - 1 .,.... -- .. , 1. .1' ----- -- ''. Pastor Ralph L. Hylton'

- ST- JOSEPS-Paralso:: SUNDAYS ', ,, ... '. .1 ....7. -sibott-; 15.-3.63 -, .,, 3,1,23,11001, MS 'CRCS SASS '.
- rb ---.N -20.-- N.401.1) Sundaz Ma81.8 ar,T:00reed Sall LI& ....,' -..,' ''.' ''' 120 amt Sunday School ...,..,,,........ 0:41 CIL Bunday School
.'" Hell uk7 Masa e.ve 6111. '' '''' al'u''T '''''''''''''..... .1.....P..!' Sternal' Werthill ,, S11S1 11Te. Adtnt Sibit Class...ZNCO Club). ,-
. : 44 1 Weekday Masses: -.:00 a.ns- ''', ' Tangly Prayer' an, ,5 , a-.--1...,. 11.----ico .. ,.,. 120 ...in. ; -.. .. :
, e e s 1, de 1 pi t mel.etb Conlessiomt Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and church School 4 !,' 9:30 lital !' .........:.:7., , r r.ocl!m syyoorno, .. Las a
i
6:3 te 7:3' "' ' (tAlle hal Ccauaut"le and' SIATIONAL sarrurt aluzcs '' zwm ," "al
,, Catechism Chlael "Ida? 113X1 ha 4:a uedaY each meth' ' ' ' ' ' I, U.S. NAVAL 'STATION., Rodman r,'
, p.m. , , motion!) PraYer h, Sermee 11110 Ilm ,' Patima ,ILP.'23rd Street Seel ','' '' Sunday School . ....,...........,
-,,,, Now --,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......-,..-- Miraculous Mead Several 9:00, ant wEDNIs NYS 4, .,L,' t hey. 1). h grown. waster .,, v moryisung wimp , I
, , ). on Friday, A ,- 1 Holy Coamuntra ,,,,,w 0110 ein Divine Worship ,... to:30 16111. moi conununtaa yrst hunday ,,
4 ' 'L.' Convert lastructleaeg TbursdaY rani 4 '.' - Sunday School ......k,1 3:04 Pam 01 month) - ,,
. '' ; ''' COSOZAL .' , ,.
. ., ,,.,, ,.rmsT mArriwt council ,,,, p.m : .. , ., ,, ,, ,4 .. i ,, Sunday Maros I 1:4,9 iltelo '' ,
''''."... '' ' ... ;.4..' .,...-A1' ., ) '''---"'" '." 15th ND ,IZADQUART1CRS CIIAPIII
, ,. i Balboa Heights! CZ,. ., I g ,' ', -;., '.., Chaps' or inowow5 Ithellherl -, Rio Abode., &P.' Jmortnno worship,.
t 1 : ' 627 he....Te,,,Deul,eve,r,..' ,: ST. ITINCT2fra-reetere Art Tko ter. Clarence W. Mayas. '' sphdpy school .,.....,,; .3;00 P.m (Holy Zommultion Tiros aunday
, ' :' Skewer a L.0,1!,,,vo1!re,"'" ,, 'Sundae Masses: 0:00 and 3:30 am. k, ,,- pried ke Chute ) ,

' -ar out oak

i?.. i .. : .... ,I;eawlf,
1.' 3 .i. gm
, ,,
, kmday Ec
, pdforning'V
, '- BaAnd lrl
k r' Evangelistic
,' , prayez Me'
, 10.14t.S a
,. days
; Iden's En
'''.. Monday
'a -- '4' ruti
0 ',, mama,
'...,. L'.104,4 Vi
' eundas lien,,.
. Morninli ly
Baptist ill
' Evening W,
'.- Brotherboot
k' Prayer Sell
' W M.O. 181
' G.A.. RA..
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pridirv8 ',
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' '. 'C:
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' ' abloch.pc
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' PANAMA, l
:, Captain
- lb lebruan
' .- 11:00 Hon
' ', 3:00 bun
I' 1:30 Sale
, 7 ..
' 'L BOCA BOCA.,'
.,' BOCA.,' ., Lieutenant
', ; Suilding 1:31c
t .., ' ill:A. Punil,
' ; 1 JO Ian
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'' '' ,' PARAISO, I
: Enver& ,91:
Guiana Alla
,
0:00 Svni
', '- 11:00 Hob
' nt ,' z 3:00 Sun,
1:30 bon
; COLON Cl
Ender Copt
' 14th Street.
. COLON 111
r,
' 120 &Iv
, J ', .---....--
' .:. Uri
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' BALBOA
, The. Rev.
, Balboa ft,
.4: , phone 3-1
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' 9:30 am.
' , Service. Ch
1 '-- 10:30 ax
Expanded f
garten and
' time Nurse,
, 3:00 pm.
.., ., ioat Nigh
, 7:00 p.m.
' 1.30 ran,
.
' CATON '
' The Rev.
' Telephone
Church -f
Class. 9.43
Service o
A ' youth Fe
I ABM
r, MARC it
' ': tsTr.fr ityleavrga;h:,
Phones: C
' Gonda), Bea
" 9:43 a.m.
- Classenv 1
' 21:00 am,
'' : ''''''''" Nurrerv :
'' dren. ,
' '''. 5:00 11)3110
.- 3:15 P.m.
' A comple
' tallies and
, bounced Ird
"' GAMBOA
f, R v wall
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" ord.: 6.471
I14 :, 9:30 em.
,k 10:40 Ism
' Official n
'Nisi as 8n
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Moseley

'" 1.1:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ,,,
First Friday...Exposition of Most Bless- THURSDAY
111:1:n CILich:s ed Sa rament all day Ret) OaltiOB at 5;30 g:30
, a.m. gaturday morning.' ,
I First Saturday Devotions to our CodY

- I Convert Claett--evet7 Monday et LOOP onnosite-il-0-;1-1172-shinetwkl

, J . -, Miraculous Medal' NOVIOal COO POI ii; 1171... 17enr,pr. rrBrI:ke.latigta;
' ' ' , Sacred Heart Novenas p.m se , .......... , ., .. -.
I': : ' -''''s: 1 Friday. . ... '' ,. ' ', ,.
I 4; rk q.k,'"N ( w-0' i ', ....""."" - 6:00' girt Poli Communialk. ' ... '''',
4 hP:k. ''.4 i i, 44 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION.-Gat111 e:30 a.m. Morning Prayer. 1
P' 3 stindav Maga' 3:15 a.m 9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
1
, !( Poly Day Mass: 5:00 v.M. 10:30 it.M. Church Schnell.
) V:::11""" k 1
144k.
ID Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 1),M On Bat- 7:30 pan. Soleoul Exie, ong iptd Ser.
Catechism Clasen 4:110 wilt fir MondaY. ' '
l', ' ,( 1 J
' .," GLIB LADY OE GOOD COUNSEL MONDAY: Tr-13AY THURSDAY
: t ', k, , 6:00 cm. Moly Communion.
f
6 .. ...Gamboa : 7:M ..11 Mornin Pra er.
1 1-' Sunday Masses: I;00 and 8:30 stnt. 5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.. ,,....,
,
,,,,---- '' holy Day 'names: 6:00 asit. and 46;06 :
., Conterolons Saturday' at 7:00 Pat and 1:00 crtt. Doty Communion. -.r. : ;
,- 4.4. P C 7 alter all evening devotions. 7:00 Lill. Morning Prayer.
I a ... t, ---- Baptising by appointment ' 7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer' add tirrnon,
ft Maaeliloult Medal Novena: 7:00 n.m r '
...' ,' '. 7"",,,,,,,,,,, ,- onsTntsday , .- I, rilIDAY ,' oe.
t ,,., 1 N as-. I rAsyi acred Heart Novena:' 7:00 O.CO On I '00 LIM Morn ne ProYer
t1'... ' r---, ,,: '- v...4 roday, - , 9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharbt 1
, i6,,,, '1, 0. s, , Sunday School: 3:30 p ni. oh Sunday 5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer. ,
,. 4 --....sji 1 '' Religious Instruction Clato tor, Chit ,
t -, '4'....., ,,, dren 4:00 p.m on Thursday, SATURDAY. .,
i
,, -,,,,,,,,,..-...,.,..- , , . ,, ,,,,,,- Religious Instruction tor adults West 11:00 a.m. Boly Communion....).,,,,,,..,,,,,a,....
'ducted in Spanish): 7:00 gim on Mon 7,1)0 a.m. 'Morning Prayer.
. ,10aY ' 3 00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
Convert buttructions to appointment. 7-30 OJIL, Complins and Meditation.
,,

Churches of the malty faiat in the Canal Zone. and the Nritel cities
,Nows desk tit writing by Wednesday soon at the Ltest of any changes
of Pananta and Coles, Republic of Panama, extend a welcome at all
times to mos and women of the armed services. and to ciyilias
, bora, fritteds and strangers.
As a public mice, The Panama Americas s below, by demand.
stations, Notices of homes of wor.hto and eihat re: .!at activities.
, Listings aro rotated from time to time. Conentimations riving only
one or two congregations are listed under "C:Nitt Churches lit Services."
A spacial listing is includad for earvices,at Army posts Ait force bases
ant Naval Mations.'
Ministars. church secretaries and chaplains are asked No inform the
for the coming Saturday's church gaga. ' ;

NAL",
E.4,41A4kaiLLII , rtrr

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ST. KART'S CPUISCHMatteei
Sunday leanest Lee. 1:00. 10:00 and
12.00 P
Hwy Day Mammas' CA 1:00. 12 la am
and 1.00
Confessions:. Saturday. 1:10 so IMO
and 7:00 to 1:00 p.m. Thursday. bettors
First rridayt 7:00 to 1.00 pme
Miraculous Medal Novena: 71)1 pro
on Mondays. , - )
Catechist's dam altar the 0:00 sum
on Sunday.
High School Study Cub S:30 DJ on

-
r SACRED MIESITAneort. r secoeta Domhtical 11:11 a.m.
Sund0Z bia15110: 0.05 11 Irm 11:00 am Morning Piller. and Ser SerHoll
Holl SerHoll alla11' 1:55 0,01. onY 11;" mon; Holy Conuninuon ist Sunds11.
'r 1:00 p.m. Evsninf Service. ',
Conlesions: tionirday 3:30 to COO and
7:15 to 8.00 p.m. Thursday bettors First wr.DNEsDAys
trld81 1:00 PAL 4:30 Lie. Hell COMeltellea
Sacred Start Detroticeist 1$00 p.m.s.so 7:0o ors 'yea" :
Cotechint Class: 3:111 to 4:48 p.a. ee Ho Ly DAys
ThundaY- COO aro- ktoly COMMUMOIL

I
: : 0.117' --- ------ -- ... ---iip--p--.3;1. -i-v--.6-3--iWp---poralop. - Youth Service ...... 6:45 pm. -, 7 ". 1
Conintone: genirday 3:30 to COO and w Evangelistic gargle.
1:30 pan FORT CLAYTON Ay al Eh 0 i I. ' '
' 7:15 to 3.00 PAU Thtu'odol Oldors 'bill ,' 01111NESDAYS 4 Prayer Service. Wed. I:30 pm Sunday School IBundips '-ap, ' ;) 'Ceti --
u 41g1 3 tie I 1

iftu laY 7:00 Pm, CIO &IL 1101 tAiMMUMORk r I I IAD) V Wij r

ISacred fleart Dorotions; 1 XPJ 1 7,:oo int ;vertu proyer,, 1 mrrHoDisT 1. morrtmg wortiup 10:361r.

01111 LADY OP SATIMAs-Conutait
Sunday Mass at 11:00 a.m.
Moly Day Masa at 0:30 p.m.
tConfemionm COO to 4:41 p.m. co M MC140111'32
C140111'32 MC140111'32 dlaset Saturday 11410 ti 10
SM. .7088191-1Pandatt
Sunday Missies at 7:00 and Sal Lab
Holy Day Maas at 0:00
Weekday biasses: ..:00
Conlassiomt Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism. Clam: Stmday 113)0 to 4:00
bliraculous Modal Mesita 1:00, last.
on Friday, A
Convert bestrustlemet Tistwaday I:00
" corr'' 'a
T. N imam ty
Stmday Masses: 0:00 and 8:30 sm. k,
Holy Day Mamas: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Matsu are
6:00 and 11;30 a.m.)
Confessional Saturday 3:00 to I:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m., Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta6
dons of tho Cross: friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism plan: After ,8:30. mass so
Thursday t
Convert Clam 11:30 iona Tuaaaal and
,
111M,
Oimday Masa; 1140 am.
tiolY Day Masa: II:00 am. (It tt tans
on Saturday-8:30 cm.) -
Catoctin Class: 3:30 16:09 p.m 'on
Monday. '
Conleamions; 11:00 to 8:30 otAL sundaye
JOHN BAPTIST tA SALLS
' ) Paresis Leiser
Sunday Masses: S:30 and 020 am.
Week Days Mass: 0:30 Mon. Thurs.
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass' COO sm.
t Holy Day Matson I:00 si.m. to LOO
'4'ekiliferianst43:3(t to 1211111n41,10k AO'
St00 p.m. Ans Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novimat rrIdap 3:00
Catechism Clam 1:30 p.m. en Sunday
SI. THUIESCS-.4.4 Boos
Convert Class: Monday 120 'Wm
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m. I
COnteSsionS: Saturday 0:30 to 7:30 pin
Thursday before First Friday 020 p.m.
Catechism Class: S:15 Pal. on Stmds3v.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. on
Convert CleMir 6:30 pm. ea 2bureday
u
" ATLANTIC 1
.
,,, Sunday Masses: 11:45. 3:00 and 1:15 ant
Holy Day Illasses: 5:45 and 0:00 sta.
and 6:45 .p.m. '1
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 10 5:00 and
1:00 to COO P.m
Miraculous Medal Nominal Wednesday
6:15 and 1:00 pa.
Sacred Heart Novena: trida 125
, Sunday Everting Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 1:15 pa. on Mondays
and Thursdays. r
Catechism Clamor Stmday 10:111 Cm to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday-Exposition ot Most Bless-
ed Sacrament all day Retoaltiol at 5;30
a.m. Saturday morning.6 ,
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima--The Holy Rosary-5:00 a m.
First Communion Instructions tor chit-
dren Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 to
7:00 P.m
r
SURACULOUS MEDALcrishiltat
'Sunday Masses: '7:00. 3:00 and 10:30 amt.
Holy Day tdasseez 6:00. 0:00 a.m., and
5:15 p.m. ,
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 tO 5:00 and
1:00 to 1:00 nnt. Atter Rosar each ova-
cdng.
Nliraculotte Medal Nominat 11:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catectilarn Claim After 1:00 Stall on
Sunday. 4
First Friday Exposition 121 day during
First Saturda3r: Blasi at' 1,700 ant.
HOLY PRIMA CHURCH he Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 0:30. 11:30 1.114
First Saturday Maas: 6:00 111.m.
Weekday Masses: 8:00
Saturday 7:0(i p.m, to. 8'00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m.
Holy Day Manes: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m.
Confession 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
every Monday. , 4
Parish Family Rosary and,
, Benediction 1:00 Oat
every Wednesday., ,
Discussion Inquiry Griiup 1:30 p.m.
avery Friday. ,
1st. Friday Devotions 714 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
, -
ST. VINCENTSRsinhow City
Sunday Masson: 6:30 a m. and 6:00
a.m. k
Holy Day Maassil CIO a and 6:00
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00, anti 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a ni. on Sunday
Convert Class...every Monday st 7;00
itliraculous liedid, Novena: 0:60 p.ra
Sacred Haan Nevins's 11:00 p.m. so
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION,,-Gatdit
Staidav Masa'. 8:16 am
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 0m,'
Con legroom: 6:30 to 7:00 rom. on 8st 8stCoso,O11,an
Coso,O11,an 8stCoso,O11,an Claws, 4,00 e tit Or MAndllY
, OLE LADE OE GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Magtos: 7;00 and 8:30 a.m.
holy Day Inames: 6:00 am. and 4;00
- Confessions Saturday' at 7:00 paw and
atter all evening devotions..
Baptising by appointment
itinaculnua Medal Novena: 1:00 13:111
Sacred leart Novens:' 7:00 p.m on
PridaY, '
Sunday School: 3:30 p ni. ob Sunday
Religions Instruction Clam tor, Chit
drat). 4:00 pm on Thursday,
Religious Instruction tor adulta Wow
'ducted in Spanish ): 7:00 p.m on Mon
IdaY W
Convert trunructions appointment.

1
rioly."Yisy 1;1-ass-- ii-i--11:1-0p.m. 12:00 Mioda3 Missionary Prayers ..:
'Confomions 11:00 to 4:41 psis osi Sat- , -i -,... i
v ,, cocol 4 .,, ,. 4
urli,:1;iritiosi dams SaturdaY I130 tio 10 !.-' '

, I iollt Pay biasses:: Ilk:30 12115;00 P.m liltDAYS t, I ,-t ,okoovmrs wrrNtsszt I

;. n !AIM en sal; "Amami : ; ,

-41"'"Is '"'""" ,Chureh school S:00 t Wednesdry 7:30 p.m. i;;;;;;L,'.01eaBals harday. ".17111
,.. Episcopal Young Churchman 6:00 p m, Primary; Thursday 4-00. pm2 ,
' , Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m Telephone Balboa 42, 27,
IIT. THERESA'SCato' MONDATS.' TUESDAY& p- d b Ball Masa Oil It;Ne
Ilimday Masa; 11:20
LI.,.1 haw m... itna al& tit it tads and PRMAY . Buildbig 200, Ssboolhoysso,sitn4d Gamn t!tt.IF,da..3'"11,..11111a

: wr11 ; Chapel ,of the Italy Comforter Fellowship
Vow L. IL Shirley, ?riot la Chatty Sunda,' sr
ATLANTIC SIDI 1
, ST. JOSEPH11.Collai: : THuRsDAys .,
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,''''..::-: :: ,su-n:41!,,,,,--M,-as..aaleal't 1115.1,i'00. an's'dnds.11:00;15' aa'.121...na.' T,......i.i.:73.1ildTnt.:1..-:..14:.. :1;A.:11t6InityarrImiAlla.... ,:, -::::;,. ;i: -11 beA!'n,...izas
' J ,. .':; Rol PaYA,"---:...7:7 ; , -,-. Tebutell ot Bt. Mantra ; .1' r Anton
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- I confessions: bauguaz omv w-1
: t'Alt-ankt wednesdaY

. Witraeutous oicuai alvvyag .....---., . ,,
111111'.....v. 6:15 and 1:00 p.m. SUNDAS 4, I' d., .4 ''
1
- ' Eunday Everting Services 7:00 p.m 110 a.m, Holy Commtmion. v
' Convert Class: 1:15 nra. on Mondall 11;411 cra. letorrthtg Prayer and
'. ' :da:heduraBdeaavrta. Ncive. nal 7'7 1:15 7 ' '- Ch- link 'Itenoe- l': .. '' ,'"I''

Catechism Closet, Stmday 10:13 li,ou to 11:00, 11.11L Choral Rucharlit.
" 1,1:45 a.m. 3:00 pro. to 4:00 p.m. ,,, - ,
.
First Fridar,Exposition of Most Bless- THURSDAYS and POLY DAYS
.er gs.,.rament all dav Reposition at 5;30 a:30 am. Communion.

irhirt Saturda3r: Masi at COO ors, 1 n irtINAMPI

.
Elekestp.m..1 ,
Tito Reit. & Reber Goode.. S.T.R..
Tim Very Seir.'Ittainart A Paton's.
- Dom
Ne0141.
THE CATIst Att, Oto ST, IVIES
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m.' Holy Carnrmittinn. 4
9:16 a.m. Church Seboal (Hely- Com Commina
mina Commina 3rd Stmday).
9:30 a.m. Santa Commtution. Std Sun
,
- HOLY DAYS
6:00 ant- ktoly COMMUltiON
040 a ni Hely Conununiom ,-
,
0:16 iklitu Mamma 'Prayer.-
12:00 Mioda3 MissionarY FrtIon
,
COCOL1
Church et St Andrew
, The BOY William W. Baldwin.'
StniDAYS
Holy Cenunonden 0106.." 601 ISO ilJa.
Family Prayer end .;
, Church School 4 a.m.
(Also Holy Communlys kid.
, Sunday each nienth. '
A40rnint FraYsr h Senses 11.00 a.m
WEDNES AYS ...
HWY Communion 1:00 &JD.
. COSOZAL ,
Chapel el The'tleed Shepherd
The Err. Clarence W. Hayes.
' ,, Priest in Charp
, S:00 IJIL Morning Prayeit.
01.C., first Friday each Month);
' GAMBOA ) :
, St Shnen's Chinch
Ihe Set. John Speen Priest in Ch- ar,ge
SUNDAYS',
,Citorit Eucharist and dial
mon o64osa. 1:06 SA.
Church iSch41;o1. 6:00 Pra.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 6:00 p m,
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m.
MONDAyS.' TUESDAYS..
end FRIDAYS
Morning Proier.ad, Hely
Conmiutdon LW
' Evening Prayer 1:00 p.m,
Wornan'a Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS a THURSDAYS
H011 COMMUIllOtt
Morning Prayer COO a m
' Evening Prayer 1:00 PM
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 0:30
Office of Comp line 1:00 'At
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest isi Charge
- Morn Mg prayer anti Churds
( School . :ou a .m
t Confirmatto.fi fOei 120 a.m.
Choral Eucharist and Sart:,
mon ... Peef'd .... el 1020 lionL
t Holy Baptism 1220 noon
Evensonn and 720 Dm.
3rd MONDAYS t
W0man't AL11111017 7:20 11J111.
THURSDAYS' or FEAST DAYS
Joly Conimunion .. 11:06 11.111
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter ,,
Vets. L. 1., Shirley, Pried in Charge
'THURSDAYS
1:30 ans. iolriCommtinion. 4
'"6 MARGARITA 2
": Church of St. Margaret
Espavd and Brazon Blvd.
The Rev. Jamie K. Renew. Rada t
SUNDAYS ,;
1:30 a.m. Holy Commtmion; '
DAD ams. Morning Praym and
-Church School.
11:00, a.m. Choral, Rucharht
l'IMURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
itca. ,stioly Communion.
,
rims()
-. !rile Rev. Alias R. Wenn,
, Priest in CharP
'the Rev. David A. Osborne,
" Vicar Emeritus
VOL 1. Eh 5 i
lur ey swam m mulrim
3;3 Ilb.,,.14:41211nuni
,, mARGarrA
, '' Church or St. Margaret t
, ).
Espavol and Brazok Blvd.
: The Rev Jesse K. Renew Racal
,
SUNDAYS
, ' :
1:30 a.m. Holy Commtmion. '
9:45 am, mortims prayer and
Church School.
11:00, SAL Choral Eucharist.
,,, - ,
TIRIRSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
g:30 Communion.
,,, ,
, ?ARMS "
,
Tha Rev. Allan 13. Wenn.
- Priest in CherP
'1'he Rev. David A. Osborn
Vicar Emeritus
,
SUNDAYS ,
'
crit. Choral Eucharist as laratin
II:30 a.m. Infant Baptists.
3.00 to.na. Church School
(held b Building 131)
5:00 p.m Youth Felloviship
7:60 nut. Cremona and Address.
3nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1,:30 Dm Woman's Auxiliary end
tar Guild Ideating. ,
' PANAMA CITY
.
r&Nami CITY :
St. Paul's Church
The Yew Lemuel S. Shirleit Keeton
' The Rev, lib IL Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAYt.; ,
, COO a.m. Holy COITIM;dlitill
9'00 a.m Sung Eucharist 81 Serino
10:4S m Morning Troyer and Church
12:00 nom Holy Baptism
' 1:00 km Solemn Veins,
8:30 am Holy Communion
1:30 n.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS , '
ti:M a m Holy commtmion,
1;00 p.m.,Evening Prayer
ISIDISDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 r ino Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS t
II:00 a.m. Holy Consmunion.
CHRIST, CIITRCH BY-THE-SEA
' Mscopal
Colon, R,
' (Opposite Bcotel Washington)
mob Nev. James Peter Fanner. Reeler
The BC henry A. Blake. Mantaist
- 'SUNDAY
.
8:00 airt. Poly Communion...
0:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10;30 it.m. Church Schnell.
7430 p.m. Solemn EVexi dna ataH, NO'
,
MONDAY : ltrDAr at THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Poly Communion.
7:00 11311 YOrning Prayer.
1:00 p.m. Evomuig Prayer
. wErmEsDAT ;
1:00 a.m. Poly Communion. V
7:00 CM Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer' add Srmon,
t FRIDAY
'POO cm. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
1:00 a.m. Poly Communion. :
7:00 11.111. Morning Prayer.
7;30 p.m. Evening Prayer' add Sennett
'
'POO cm. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist y
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
' ,
- SATURDAY. ,,
11:00 a.m. Poly Couartunionssims,,,s,ast
1:00 a.m. 'Morning Prayer.
5 00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
7:30 p.m., Compline end Meditation...

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1.
PIO ASAJO
Si. thrt,ter,,er Church
181to Street, rarque Lareart
the Chtrenee W 16006
Prteet la Chart
The lee. Liseents At- Czertion.
Atenstese ,
SUNDAYS ,
id a.m. Soil Commtmloct
a.m Suns tot.marist and rrti011
le .S0 JO hiornina Prayer and Church
S, hool,
12 ofl goon b',,y Scotism.
p m teensents Lad larareft
,," DAIS
1.3 JO. Ict and 3rd. Woman's Atud AtudTUI'"DAYS
TUI'"DAYS AtudTUI'"DAYS 6.40 ual or Daughtwir et Ike
'
ro. Youth
WP(Ar ,JAYS '
8 (frt) a na. Holy Commtmlon.'
7;to0 DIU leaning Prayer 0118
Inittructiona.
THtmSDAS
8 ,Ar pia Girlr rriandi Society,.
81,i) p m 1st and lird,
SAT I.; RDA Y S
30 am. Junior Confirmatice Claim.
Ot'aga Church:s
' ONUS OP TOS PIAZANINI
-
' 443. Pranetputi St, Amon, Cle
gee. Lana 11. Plebes. Pater
Box 297 salbos. Tel. 1-1130:
7 Sunday School a.m.
Worship Service .. 10:45 a.m.
Youth Service 6:45 pm.
Evangelistic Serince 1:80 p.m
Prayer Service. We& ILDI
,: -DirruoDzsT
Sundayl. 0 a.m. PanamS Wesley.
" 10.3d a.m. Sunday Scnool.
"- 1:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
. and Sermon.
Stinday am. Para's
- .10 Sat Parma Stutday School.
" 7:15 p.m. Para lao Evangelical
CHURCH- or THE leASAIIENS
Maraarita School Gynmasitun
' Pastor Ralph L. Hyaena
Writ.: Box 1019 Margarita., CI.
' Phonei 24.523
Stmday School 9:4I mat
MI:wrung WorshiP 11:00 a.m.
tviming Sortie. ... 7:20 pas.
NATIONAL aarnyr CHUROS
- Panama R.P..'22rd Street Sad
t ilov. it Brown. Wawa
Divinf .10 a.m.
Sunday School 344 Paw
Sunday biatnes IA 11;46
tit) Abide.
th,mday School .3:00 P.m
.okoovmra WIT'NESSEll
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wits Memorial.
NOG Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LarrEs BA SAINTS imornon)
, Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 810
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Mooting; Sunday 4:00 pat
Relict Soelety; Tuesday ,I:00 cot
MIA: Wednesdry 7:30 pas.
PrimirY: Thursday 4:00 pm2 ,,
Telophona Balboa 4227. ,
, Atlantis thane
Buildbig 200, Schoolhouso Road. Gahm
Sunday School; Sunday 0:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 ass.
CURUNDU PROTICISTAN't CHURCH
Warm Hearted Cburch"
, Milton it. I,eidig,
, Phone Rea 814116 OL 113-51011
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
,(A clam tor every age) ,
, Morning Worship 11:00 cat
Youth Fellowship ... COO p.m.
teeming Worship 7:00 pan.
, Prayer and Praia., (Wed.),, 720,pat
, A thurdi SLIMY' id provided. b
1 cartiou4, Lavaca '1
liaphaal ArchanSsi
latis St. Waist No. 1
Moly Eucharist: Suriday 420 Ain.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and flawedSI
410 a.m.
Sacrament at Unction (Healing bar.
vie.) First SW3603 eit amb inontA as
Mount Ralibet. Christian Omit
Rev. daiD111. D. D. Bishop
officiating
Morning devotion 4:00 a.m.
rellowshIP Woriblp .. 11:00 a.m.
Stmday bchool ..... 3:00 gm.
Divine Servica 710 pat
,v 'LutArs CE141111
4 M Ord Sweat
nixacite El Carmen. Mem City.
intormat Talks old Discussions.
1110 Pas '',
, Colon, front Streets 4
(mastitis. American Bazaar)
'Rudy Glom. Thursdays. I:30, pas
ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
gspalaba St. Fulls
Rev Waldsba IL Stewart, Pascoe
Stmdayt 11:00 a.m.' Worship Service).
2:00 p.m. Stmday School.
7:12 p.m, Gospel Service.
- Monday: 7:301 Young People's Society
Wednesday:, 7:30 lilidwask Christian
Fellowship.
Thursdayr I:00 Omit Rehearsal.
Friday; 7:311 Women,. Missionary la laTHE
THE laTHE CIIIIRCH OP GOD ;
New Providence
Mra Maud. Hisao, Pastor :
Stmday School 10'00 LEL
Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pat
rmsT OHURCH OF GOD
' Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sal
Rainbow City, Canal Sono
Lev. Was. Livingston. Pastas
THE CHURCH Ott GOD
, 7033 Eighth Stret Colds :
Say. G. W. Grandisol, Pastoir
Stmday School .4,1 9:30 AL
Morning Worship 10:30 cm
Night Sande ,7:30 Das
Monsing Worship 1'00 a.
Sunday School .. .... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service .0,4 7:30 pm.
TH1 CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajo
t Monte Oscura ltdolath St
env. Win. Johnson, Pastor ,-
Stmday Schots 11:30
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ....... 7:30 P.m.
CHURCII OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. r. Watson. 'Overseer I
Phone 1-448. Box 253, Gamboa r,'
Churches Paralso. C.Z. (Rev, and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Coln. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorene.). Rio Abato
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Rayneal. ans
Cativi (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Gramm).
Sunday and weekday 01.1111:00 411 9,3
, commuNrrt CHAPEL
, Diablo Heights, CZ.
- (near Diablo achooll
Bev. Carl V, Thompson. OHMAGE
' Box 39. Diablo Heights. CZ&
, ?bones: Home, Gamboa 217
' Chards. Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 amt.
Worship Servica 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 7:GO p.m.
Evangelistio Bervi.ce 100 16111,
Wednesday: Bible Siu.c12
and Prayer Service I:30 21.M.
e itrytwNtEtt LUTHERAN EMMEN
, Bathos Road at Wight Street
Rev Robert F. Gutilick, Paste
: P.0 Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bib!. clams COO am.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
1101Y Communion. lirtit SundttY et the
Atlantle Side
Former chapel of Our Saviour's Sul&
copal chapel 3rd St. and Meltinded Ave.
New Cristobal.
Mr. Eugene H. Danner Vicar
,w,Stmday Bibio Cla4 11.00 IL
Divine Service 10.15 a.m. i
,,, WAY Commtmion. lad Sunday of the
month,

r Sundan I IL111. Panama Wesley. s Service :. I:" IILL11111;) JAW'
", 10.3d a.m. Sunday Semi& Youth talloWIMIP-4undal LSO ,, ,;: '
"k, 1:15 p.m. Evangelical &Mot )
. and Salmon. . 1,011T KOBBY '. ,, .. , TAIPEI,' FOrM08a. (12)-11. S
,
, Sunda)! 7 a nt Parai" .' undal Schd "." .1.s:r. MilitarY authorities Yesterday an
.

. and Sermon. FORT KOBBR
Stmday,7 am Para's Sunday School ...a.. I:00 mil
. 10 iJn. Paraiao Otutday 'School. Morning Worship to:30
). 1:15 p.m. Para's Evangelical Evening Worship 7;00 re51
Worship bervics. Madden Wye, 7:00
- Worship 'Service. Rio Into 1:15 in
CHURCH- Of THI SAZARENI Christian Youth Fellowship 4:00 ...e4
Margarita School Gynmasitua ,Soldier's Fellowship...Thurs. 7:00 11.i."
Pastor Ralph L. Hyaena .OLticer'e Christian Linion.-Thura 1:00 ,T
'Write: Box 5019 idargarita., ' LAI
' Phone,: B-1,543, ALBROOR Alt TORCH SASS
:Stutday School 1:41 sin, Burney School 0:30 anu
Morning Weelh10 .. 41:00 11-m- Adult Bible Clan (NCO Club). ,,, 0:30 Of :
tviming Service ... 1:30 pan. mention worship 120 is 10:45 hal
-- Youth Fellowship 1:30
. ficettorgAt. sarrart awitut '' , ten
4 OIL NAVAL STATION. Rodman C
- ranaM8 '21rd Stroll gad Stmday School . 1:30 Gre
- AMP. IL h. Brown. Minot Morning WershiP :1116 ch
Divine -6(41610 ; 1011 -Moly Communion..first Sunday
Sunday School col of, month) ,,
Sunday Idattfies 1:43 , , wh
, -,", t5th ITD.IEADQUARTERS CHAPHI. ' .,
,,,' Rio Abide. &P.' aforning Worship.. 1:00
Sunday School 0.10P Pw (Holy Communion First ,lunday L.&
' et Month). ,
ik""Arg w117418612 Naval Radio Station. Summit... 1:00
-ratietings Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.' and
Sundays at 4:00 pm, .- Wits Memorial. : 2. ,u
IlOg Balboa acad. Slaw' l'ORTAMADOR ,,-, '' had
Daily Mau ; I:10
'CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF sunasy mimes spooik n:30
LITTER DAY SAINTS '(M0xn021),' confoodongi saturday 1:30 & 1:30 Drt
Chanel on Balboa Road
' - d 840 Sunday .... S:00 & 1:25 tr,S
Priesthood Meeting; Sun a3 t ,
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.. cLArion the
Daily mime -1:46 eig!
' Sacrament' Mooting; Sunday 4:00
Relic( Society: Tuesday ,I:00 ant. 'Simday Manes ...1:45 & 0:00 V
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 pm2 t1Wda1, ,6 11'34 U.S
Telephona Balboa ,4227. FORT &OBER' .4. MOI
' ' -- Daily Mass 4;15 in
, Atlands Branch ,
Laturdadayymanoshlasses coo' 4:45;0 gre'
auStunidindag; 2Sch' ooSchl: mSunlimudas;
Monday Novena 'Bgotions 41:30 and
Sscrament Meeting; Sund!IY 11;" Contessions...baturds).. 1;00 is 7:30
CUHUNDU PROTESTANT.. CHURCH ,
;., Milton K. heidig, MIDAMOR
A 'Warm-, Hearted (torch" 8..und11'. ; ,' ... 7..1,0,19
jits ALBROOR Ant MOROI) IASI
Phne Eel 83-7116 I" Saojo---.. i 8:00 n
SundaY Sebum ;Saturday Maim 1:00 L,
F'
,tA clan tor every age)
, Morning Worship "it ..; 2611a.mon.. 172:00:0o
Youth fellowship .. .. COO P.m. 1,11'onveno 7:04 Silo
': Ravening Worship 7" Pal' ,Conisaidone.Saturday ',1;00
Prayer and Praise.,,,(V104.k, 300-941.
A 'ehtYen ourot froviued ll. NAVAL ''STATION,, Ittidmait
sLoub'st,ce.phasirs Roluteuatchansta' u"mddm Stm, :dal Manz .,aortga' :J.:. oitiooai
bta 601 146 a TORT ROSSI
zucharist; Suriday SO AA
ille$8131. Wednesdays and ThursdaYI u37,ras. stibo. 1.So 1,1 a 11
ti:se ' Friday 1;30 v
Saoriunent at Unction llisaShli,ahlr : erel
vice) Sundll el Itch Prnla ALBROOK AIN TORCH SASS- bef(
1;20 : Saturday ..s.. .. ... ,4:06 the
oink uso4W11 Iiis.,11;es") ,
gleams ealibet.. Christian ,satu;day 1:30 T
- nev. d a Mak A : ATLAreric swig torl
tot'orein' .1."eevetftgioneatins. 41:00 , elI, Istamd, live
fellowship Worship 11.;00 a.m. 1,0R,r,DAys , ,..' ny
DStmivAndalsborchvrest .13:30. morninStmdarg awchor001-,shiplIdIS 211.1...'s:.'1110:30:00 te, -Tr4
I Prayer 'tellowshipZila.g.
, 'Iniall.CE21121! .:. 1,, Tue,doi ,, 7:00 C40
' first awed KY13-41stinesdayPost Cha;.ei. sae
Orbs' nizacien RI Dimon. 4,anamt Choir Practice...Wednesday. tem
Automat Talks and 'Discussions. P
00t. 92.0p01 ,,, . 720 poi!
Pah 11 n t
Colons Si front, Streets TORT GULt.a.
tussisha American Bazaar) Stmday School .. ...... othi
hip. 40:41
study clams, Thursdays,. t2e. e.es. ,,,Morning Won pint
, A Teuth 811110T, po .1: ;."
o Salifiaell"11 flit1111,6 1111hio Wadnesday LA,IP

,L, Sundays -it 4:00 pui. Wits fismorisi I ' :

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simian sitars tionre the NO3.1t
ducal auk,' halbea. C-Z Rabbi Nathan
Litector.
Seretev Friday 1:30 Oda- haturoay
J:34 om
ISes see nattily et Jewish earvices
atterar Pena Sams and Statutes).
'
torigettattuon Sol Shearith Israel. Ave
qiva Cstba and 36th Street. Saila Vista
Plnairt Cite Sarstese 11:00 tcat
11111NM,
CL-Istiza Satretut
CUM tallUittkikb
L,isureb of Christ. &menus. &nap
bob Anew tioulevate.
suaday 11.00, Viocustocinv a lb Lob
sunciv Scitoo alb OJEI
qrst buten el Omsk. bonallieL, Criateba
, uth stress at inumbwa)
Sum-0.v Sennett cab
btascley 1.1:00 soh Witineaday illa
Posts, and Bases
IPACIVIC
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School II:06
Morning Worship 10.0s
Church-time Nursery School... COO
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building lin,
1.201 oo oo woO gib 111,,40. 11.00
Morning Worship 10:34
Thurscial Evening. Mid.Weog
,Service 1:30
Youth. FollowrhiPSunds1 SAO
FORT KORBR ',
, Sunday School I:00
Morning Worship .4. mi..)
Evening Worship 7;00
Worship Service. Fladden Wye, 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato 11:15
Christian Youth Fellowship 4:00
Soldier's Fellowship...Thurs. 1:00
'01,Ncer's Christian Union-Thura COS
ALBROOR FORCE BASS
Sunday School II:30
Adult Bible Class...(NCO 11;30
Morning WoraltiP I:30 a 10:45
Youth selloivithip 11:30
1111. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School o o o 0 11:30
Morning Worship 11;00
klojt Communion .1first Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CRAMS,
Morning Worship. I:00
(Holy Communion Irhst Sunday
et Month). '
lewd Radio Station. Summit,
OOST AMAD0117,77
Daily Mau '110
Sutidal Mama a 1;00fiis 11:30
Coniessionai Saturday 1:30 & 7:30
gundaY .... S:00 1;21
ifORT cLArtoo,
Daily Woo
'Sunday Manes & COO
ConlassionaSaturday I1110 MOO
IrDitT &OBES 4
Daily Masa .4..; 4;15
Saturday Ida'araa MOO
Daily Woo .1;
'Sunday Manes & 0:00
ConlassionaSaturday 0:30 11:00
1,611? &OBES : 4
Daily Masa ,6; 4;15
Saturday biLaas 9;00
Sunday Muses 8:00 11:43
Monday Novena 'B;vo.tions 7:30
Contemlona,baturday... I;00 .41s 7;30
Sunday Maar ...... 10:30
ALBROOK A.114 11011C11
Daily Man iaoo 1 444 8:00
Saturday Maal ippo 1:00
Bwmday Mama 1:45 als 12:00
80aniab ....... 1 :00
Spanish ... 7 :00
110V1111 :Ot
ConitnalouPSaturday 7 .ow
U.S. NAVAL 'STADION. Itc;dinan
Suntiol Itilauts 9:30
FONT ROSSI
Saturday LOD
USO4WS.
Fria, ... 1;30
IlLBROOK AIN 'ONO SASS
Saturday ..s..... ... COI
LiSO4WIt (14.11;a") ,
',Saturday S:30
' ATLANTIC SIDS
' Protestant
FORTI,AVIS '
Stmday School-411dg.
Morning Worship 10:30
FraYer 'tellowship-41.14.
Tuesday ... .... t :00
AYSSWednescitiPost Chap.si 620
Choir Practice...Wednesday
P0,0t 920Pla 4.411.0 720
s CIE 11 n
FONT GUL t
Stmday School ...... 0:30
thioming Wotohip 4031
, Youth Fellowship. Sunday 0:30
' Study. Washiseday' 1:30
Ladles Chapd lot Thurs lia0
G.S. NAVAL STATION. Core Sole
Sunday School .... 0:30
Morning Worship II:00
do4y Communion First Sunday
t Cathie lie
ronr DAVIS
kiaBB oo flb a, :00
Stmday Mat; 9:30
Confessions: Saturday, 6:00
Sunda," 1;46
TORT GIILICI
Daily Masa, 7:00
Saturday Maw 7;00
Sunday Masses 7:45 10:15
Cordesslonik Saturday ,00 Is 7;00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass 14, .0- 4110
SaturdaY Male .. .... 1:30
Sunday Man 9:00
1
coco satrro ,
Sunday Mass 1:30
ITORT :
.Tusiday 6 b Ai obbobbit,' 1:15
Greek Ortheiox
Creek, Orthodox writes are conduct conducted
ed conducted at tha Church a the Anunclation.
Via Sellsario PorraA San franclico de
la Ca lets., Panama City, R.P, and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenida
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 0:30. For further information.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
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Weekly Services in all churches
. aii tollows;
SATURDAY: 1' ,
Sabbath School 9:30 11211.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m., s
' Youth's Meeting 4:311 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study anti Prayer Seri
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'-' Pacific Side Pamtmit
Pular W. It WailerTel 2t.3.350
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. ir de la C
No. 17 4 Chorrilio 25th No. 27 P
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:i.;ii wrifo-iii.7-,---- - ------ and pleurisy during '' his recent
Pastor 0.1,1). 'WillientaTel.' esso muter holidayon,the French 111-
Pastor A. A. GriZZIO .1, Tel. 6-102 viera apparentir proved too much
ipanisb Churches Farina Side Panama al a train On the-former Prime
Pastor Norberto Quiroa ,
: ', Panama. Calle Dorian No. a Minister. ,
' Pldretial & Nuevo Guararti..., jlis recovery ,from the attacks,
, was hailed as a triumph of, is
- Atlantic Side t 4 '
Pastor' G.,A. Juriesre. ssa2st personal courage against the en enColn
Coln enColn ' , emy. old age, Manr persons in
. Cristobal toglishlath & Favor it,c Britain did not expect hom to re reCristobal
Cristobal reCristobal SpantshIsth & 11011111CAVe ; r"'' A.m.,- ; ;
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Spanialt Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor A. A. CtriZ710 .4. Tel. 6-102
Prottor Norberto Quiroa
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Pedregal it Nuevo Guarara...,
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Pastor'. G,.t. JeffriesTel. 311-326t
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Cristobal Spanishloth & Bolivat,Ave
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News of the death of Mrs.
George V. Graff, longthne resi resident
dent resident of the Canal Zone, in St.
Petersburg, Fla., last night, has
just been received by members
of her family here. Mrs. Graff
had ) been in health for
about a year.
The Graffs lived in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone during the construc construction
tion construction period, and for many years
afterward. Graff, Who survives
his wife, came to the Isthmus
in 1905. At the, time of his re retirement
tirement retirement in October 1937, he
was an Inspector in Personnel
Administration.. The Gratis
have' lived in St. Petersburg tor
about-18 years.
Members of the:family atill
in the Canal Zone include Mrs.
Graft's daughter, Mrs. Robert
A. Engelke,- of Gamboa; ',a
granddaughter, Mrs., 'Edward
May, of Coco Bolo; and a
giandson, Sgt.. Robert 'Engelke
of Balboa.
, TAIPEI,' Formosa. (UP)U. S.
military authorities yesterday ar arrested
rested arrested a 21-year-old U.S. airman
alegedly involved la. a incident
in which a Chinese army officer
suffered a fractured skull. ,,
, The Amerkan was identified as
tarry G. Greenway,: son of Mr.
and Mrs.7 Gordon il," Greenway,
of Butler, Pa.; a -clerk-typist who
has been in Formosa, since Sep September,.
tember,. September,. 1956,
, Chinese military ,,, police said
Greenwty approached Mro,
Chang JYtt.Doh, -.311 Wednesd4
night and asked him the time.
When the majer raised his arm
to look at his Watch, Greenway
L.abbed the' arm- The major
puled 'away and fell, hitting his
head, they said :,
U.S. authorities -said Greenway
had been drinking.
L AL S. Atnbassador ,Everett
Drumright immediately expressed
US. government's regrets over
the deplorable incident" to For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister George Yeh.' r,
Vice Adm., Austin K. Doyle,
U.S. military commander in For Formosa
mosa Formosa visited the' injured officer
in th'e, hospital.' Be sent his re regrets
grets regrets to the Chinese general,staff
and promised a ful investigation.
birricoal Shoots 3,
Fells To Ilij:ck
St2I5 Korea PI:n3
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SEOUL: koiea (11P-IA turn turncoat
coat turncoat Republic of Korea' Air Force
officers shot three men, killing one,
in an attempt to hijack a military
plane in flight yesterday.' Angry
crewinen slugged him senseless
before he could gain control 0:
the craft., : ;
',The officer 'was identified offi officlay
clay officlay only as :Capt. Choi. n.
fortried sources said he' formerly
lived in North Korea but his fam family
ily family now is living in South Korea.
-The ROK'Air Force said he, en.
tered the cockpit of the plane,- a
C48, while it was' on a routine
flight from Taegu to Seoul and at attempted
tempted attempted to take, it over,',' at gunnoint,1-
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The amunincement' ; gave
other details except ,to sat,' tbe
plane made an emergency land landing
ing landing it Fyongtaek where the, cap captain
tain captain was placed under arrest. But
reliabe air force sources said he
was armed witb a .45-caliber pis.
tol and that ordered the pilot
to fly to North Korea.
' When ;the crew resisted, Choi,
apparenty during' the sculfle, shot
and kiled the radioman and
wounded,the pilot and mechanic.
The crew beat him so severly
he still was unconaciolus when re removed
moved removed from the plane atrer
lande, the sources lima&
Besides Choi, there were four
crewinen and two passengers
aboard the plane.' E
The incident appeared te be a
crude attempt to copy the suc successful
cessful successful hijakcing of a Korean Na Nations&
tions& Nations& Airines plane with ,84 per.
sons aboard Feb., eh
' Red agents aboard' that plane
forced it to land in North Korea.
The Sommunistx sM have the
pane but they subsequenty re released
leased released the 22 persons who wanted
to return to South Korea, includ including
ing including two ,Antericans and two Ger-'
mans.
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LONDON (UP) ( Sir Winston
Churchill, bowed to old age and
the effects of his recent illness
Wednesday and cancelled ,his 'trip
to the J.Jnited States to, visit his
old wartime comrade in, arms,
President Eisenhower.
The 83-year-old Churchill was
known to have had his heart set
en the visit: planned in response
to a 4 personal invitation r 0
the President. He was to have at attended,
tended, attended, the opening of an exhi
bition of his painting in Wash
ington later thrs month.
But two bouts with pneumonia
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voera egiythpre 0;0erdmetrO
Minister. ,
Pill recovery jrom the
was hailed as a triumph
personal courage against
emy, old age, Many ,perl
Britain did not expect hom
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Gamboa Onion Church
Commemoration of the Lord's
Supper occur omorroiv's
morning worship 'at 10:40 eclock.1
Young people received into, the
church on Easter Sunday monring
will participate for the first time
as 'regular communicants. 4 : 1
- Applicants ivill again be wectiv-1
ed into church membereilp. Those
desirtg to become members-either
by confession or. trans!er will
meet the Diaconate poard in the
minister's ,study at 10:25' a.m.
A choir recently formed will Join
in the ritual with appropriate res.-
ponses,',and win lead the congre congregation
gation congregation m praise.,
The general public, again In Invited
vited Invited by "the Women's. Auxiliary
to a ham dinner at the Civic Cent Center
er Center on Friday eiening, April .18.
Hours Of serving are front 5:00
to T:00 p.m. Square dancing wider
competent leadership will begm
shortly after seven. Adults wW
be charged $1.35, and children .50
cents- Tickets 'may be had ,front
members or, at the door.
The ,Vesper Circle wil conduct
a rummange sale in the Girl Scout
House beginning at 11:00 a.m. next
Saturday. April D.,
, All' officers and members of the
chime) look forward eagerly to the
coming:of Me-Reverend Dr. no.
mas K...ThoMftson from New York
on April' 16., He comes from The
general staff of the National Coun Council
cil Council of Churches of 'Christ m- the
U.S.A., His 'stay of' tour days on
the Isthmus, occurs as part of a
visitation on stewardship to the
Protestant 'Churches hi various
countries ,of Central 'and South
America' which he, is 'making on
a cooperative. arrangement. The
Women's Auxiliary. of Gamboa U
rtion Church has secured Thompson
as speaker for 'the open oession
on Wednesday. evening, at I:00 p.
m. 'rms. meeting, is planned that
an members and friends,- 111SY
share in. this rally,nottitil, hear a
sthThig ,
The business meeting rk'ilte Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary is called for 1:00 p.m. m the
church parlors preceding the pub public
lic public meeting in the chapel.
During his stay 'Thompson will
appear at Balboa, Gatun and Mar Margarita.,
garita., Margarita., On Saturday morning;,,A morning;,,April
pril morning;,,April 19, he wilt meet, a, gatherint

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st ilost cordial welcome to attend
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9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for All Ages) ,,
, "Plib le' stud) lithe teart of our SS. Our teaching is
of purpOse, plan, and preparation. Christain homes must
' be built,upon a solid foundation. It is time to attend 15.11",-
1 1 :00"Lovest Thou Me' More Than' These rt,
- , .LORD'S
How much do you love Christ? The truth'ofEaster flndS
its place in a surrendered Ood has' called us to, do a
great work for Him. No one can do w4atyouocan' and
)ghould. Yours irto be a' life of service. ,'
, 6:00Jet Cadets & chool ,, -
'"You (neglect' the, future when', this feneration goes Ilk,
reactied.:.,We need youtb, fpr- , -4
COUV1Cl101 Of SiaWorL Of Holy Spirit"
"This is the first in's:series on "The Person and Work et ,,,,
'The Holy Spirit." So little3s known '-by en' Malty; about ',,,
the 4Spirit.', Don't fail to come." ' 4', -

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9:30SUNDAYSCHOOL.(Classis tOr all ages)
, way serve you with, trained experienced dedicated
people as' teachers 'who,' have your child at heart.
',Appropriate equipment from the cribroonv through
' every' department b 'previded.,.You ,,owe it to your;
self, to try. this ,Sunday 'School. 7." '

8:20-41V0 MORNING SERVICES 10.40 .;
- What kind of 'a,,'-church are you looking for? The
,' book of Acts describes a new' testament church. Be
sure you know- what kind of a church yok should be
dreaming of., ,
,CtIltDREN'S CHAPEL-10:40 Snyder
, ;6:30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Spiritual trainIng and church training is often re re,
, re, glected; ,don't neglect it any longer- JOilt 'the Zoo
' in church training
7i33 --"LIVING ON BORROWED TIME"
:gales 4:13-17 tells us life is short and uncertain You:
, have no guarantee on tomorrow: God, has a recom recommendationwill
mendationwill recommendationwill you follow it?

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wti:colvig ,.; NURSERIES 117 ')VIDED

of ministers ani rc., -ins workers
at Bible Eou,-e in cCriztobal. At
3:00 p.m. on Sat4,r,lay members
of the Finance Commitiee of Gi m mboa
boa mboa Union MITI) will meet Thom,
son for a discussion of methods
of securing enlistment and support
in the local church, ..
' Chairman, L. L. Jenrich- hope,
all members will be present,..0

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, 'LONDON: April 12 11TP)
Tormer German temils star
Gottfried' von Crarom denied
today., tits' marriage to Wool,-
worth. heiress Barbara. Hutt lit
ts-, on the rocks But he called
her "depressive!' and refuseA to
say if they are happy, I t
"01' cburse there is no litth
in- reports that Barbara anit
are separated,''' he said, "We
carinot, be together ,(tiwayi.:
we knew that. when. we Arai-.
we married, But as soon as-We
tre apart people jump to the
conclusion thap the' marris-O
is breaking up, '' '
Von Cramm came' to Britalh
alone on- a business 'trip while
Barbara is in Bon0,101.,
Ile called his much;,inarred
villa "by nature depressive
person"... and said '',"she will
never change!' He Tefused ,to
say whether they 'are happy
because "it is better not to talk
about these things' bt public. ..
But, he added,"It is drflicult
to be married to a woMan who
has so much. 'VerY, very diffi-
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FLoyit MILL CLOSES '
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KANSAS ,XITY, (UP)"
Flour, Mills, aid it Avill,-close
down its milling 'Operations. in.
' North Kansas City, employing
about persons, late this
month.,, Spokesmen said' the mill, ,',
with a 14t400 hundredweight dal Y
capacity, h&c been on a part time
schedule for several years.'
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, test ejection seat during an inspection of training devices at Patuxent Naval
Air station. Vail him are, (froni left) station commander Rear Adm; Thurston
Clark, Capt. Edward Callahan and Lt. Herbert Kelley of aero-medical

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t BACK TO THE TOPTony Mend (top), Uses hypnotism
to sooth the nerves of trapeze artist gerhard POTICIO
ras after he took 44 bad fall from a trapeze recently
Then Mansl XbottOrn, foreground) 4atched his '"pa-1,
tient" Make appearance ubder the big top in London.:

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PROFILE ti A MOVIE FAMILYSpanish matador Luis Miguel Pozninguiil in'd his::
: Italian actress-wife, Lucia Bose, bestow it pair of, parental. kisset on their young,
son; Miguel, n Abeir arrival in lIome.'Iligttel's parents ,will discuss the makirig i
lot a movie hi which both will star, That string has a halloon on the, other end.
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' WHO SAYS HOUSEWIVES WORK HARD?---That saying about a' worn- Automation sets table, scrapes, Nitashes and stores dishes; peels, pare's
toyer getting anevin be bard to bellemafterseeing thir and tlitervegetablestsweeps floor, bakes-a takertelectr end rooks
miracle kitchen demonstrated itt art Allentown, re., department the dinner. -A built-in TV monitors the front door, children's roonts,
store. A wave of the hand and Press of a button operate the kitchen. etc. The kitihert won grand award in the general products li.cld.
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FOR DANCINGIOR DUNKINGThis swimsuit-ball gown, made by Co icof, Call Callforrila,
forrila, Callforrila, earne up with an honorable raention aWard, in the 1.958 Hes,s prothers
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THAT FAMED RAFT the' ICon-Tiki, on Whieh'.explorer-anthropologist Thor
Heyerdahl drifted aetoss the South Pacific 11011 hasa'new twine in a museum'
:tear Oslo, Norway. in the Modernitic nluseurn, visitors will also find some 1,400
pipees'eolleeted On 'Heyerdahrs expeditions. Another hnportant ship; the Frani, is
Also exhihit. It Wei sailed by Nansen, Amundsen and Sverdrupthree great
Norvetian explorers-Lon their world-famous expeditions into the polar 'regions::
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BRAZILIAN NAVAL SIIIP OFFICERS ENTERTAIN
AT RECEPTION FOR LOCAL DIGNITARIES
The officers of the Brazilian Naval Ship SIRICS, pre pre'
' pre' sently berthed at the Balboa piers, 'were hosts at a recep reception
tion reception held last evening at the Fort Amador Officers' ppen,
Mess.
The Ambassador of Brazil In Panalria Aguinaldo Bouli Boulitreats
treats Boulitreats Fragoso and Mrs. Corina Pessoa. de .Fragoso, ranking
officer of the Army and-Navy and other local dignitaries
were among the honored guests.

Lady Henderson
Entertains At Taa t
- Lady lienderson, wife scf the
tBritish ,Ambstsador was hostess
, at a tea party at the British Km Kmbassy
bassy Kmbassy Thursday afternoon.
Crystal Shower
Henorine Miss Lee
M'Ass Rosemary Lee, who will
become the bride of Mr James
, Leon on April 20 was honored with
a crystal shower given in,, t h e
Stranger's Club recently.
The hostesses were .the,
aames Cristina Lee, Amalie 'Chen,
Norma Lee and the Misses: Este.
la Chin, Patsy Fong, Margarita
Lee, Regina Kam, Florence Chen
and Nelly Kwai Ben.
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, 1 tech sidles let inclusion In this
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twotines tetm ,and malted ee
the bee number listed daily In 'So 'Sortie!
rtie! 'Sortie! and Othenvise," et dell4tered
be hand le the Notices el
"matinee sued be accepted by-N
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Society of Military ilinglniers,
TO: regular monthly meeting of
the Canal Zone Post, Soctety 1 of
AMeriC an Military Engineers will
be held at the' filters Club, Rod-:'
nian, on Monday evening. A social
hour Will be beld at 6 p,m. follow.
' ed by a charcoal broiled steak dio dioner
ner dioner at 7 p,m, After dinner, Mr. J.
R. Hare, Superintendent of the
' FueltDivision, Rodman Navy Sta Station
tion Station will discuss the "History and
'Development of the Transisibmian
Pipeline." Sport shirts may be
worn. For reservations call Lt. Col.
Rogers, 87-2110; George Kruse,
, Navy 3238 or Julian Hearne, Gam Gamboai
boai Gamboai 188. ,
Gstun 't1 Cr
--The Coo d
hold t re. dr meeting ),Ion
day e, 4 at 7'clock at the Ga.,
tun Service Center. Everyone is
urged to attend this. important
meeting.
'Arts' and Crafts. Greup
There will be, a special Meeting
the Arts and Crete Group Mon Monday
day Monday morning at o'clock sit the home
of Mrs. Helen Wentworth. Final
arrangements will be made tor
the coming exhibit so all members
are urged to attend., ,
.
Curundu Protestant
Auxiliary ,Meets .Tuesday
The !Women's AUXiiitce of "the
Cprundu, .Protestant-Chureh
bold its monthly meeting at the
home of Mrs. Clinton Maxwell, 25.
ISO Coed on Tuesday evening
at 710, p.m. The lesson topt
'Prayer": Will be glOn by Minnie
Ilennen. -
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Aunt Ellen Club
Aunt Ellen Club will meet next
Wednesday night at the home o
the president, Mrs. Catherine C.
Smith, in 9th Street, Itio Abajo
starting 79:30. ,
The Members are urg'ed td 'at.
tend in order to discuss a project
tinder consideration.

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meetings (shin
telephone.
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Society of Mill
Tb.2 regular
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AMeriC an Milli
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hour Will be he
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worn. For rest:
Rogers, 87-211
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'Arts' and Craft
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day morning al
of Mrs. Heel
" arrangements
k the coming ext
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Auxiliary Mee
The 'Women'
C,urundu, Prot'
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Cocoli
at 7:30 p.m.
if 'Prayer", will
Rennen.
Aunt Ellen CI
, Aunt Ellen
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4 the president,
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on Tuesday evening '. '-, I -
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I be glOn by Minnie 1.,......41 st NIA t --'
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both sides of the Igthmus attend attendNotre'
Notre' attendNotre' Dame Club L.
To Hold Banquet
The Panama Canal. Zone Notre
Dame Club will observe Universal
Notre Dame Night Monday with
a banquet at the Ski Chef at 7..ill
p.m. This annual affair permits -11
Nortre Dame alumni and former
students to renew acquainttnces
withlocal clubs, Any former stud students
ents students and all alumni of Notre Dame
who wish to attend may make re reservations
servations reservations hy calling Leo .1. Krzi Krziza
za Krziza at Balboa 3064.
Sereptimists Tour
Hems' In Panama ')
Twenty four members and gnests
of the Soroptimist Club of Pana Panama
ma Panama made an interesting tour of
several homes of different types qt
;
architecture in Panama yesterd ,,
afternoon.'"
Starting from the Hotel El,
name Hilton in a motorcade, the
group went first to the Calderon
house on 'Avenue A. The house,
butit around a patio is a classic ex
ample of Spanish art. The building
is 100 years old
, Going' next to the Stempel Of Office
fice Office Building on Salboa -Avenue,
the group WIS addressed by Mr,
Calvin Stempel; who was the ar architect
chitect architect for the, unusual structure
and who studied under Frank Lloyd
Wright. ,
Stops were made at the neW,
modern homes of Dr. Berton ant
Ralph Lindo in ,the Juan Franco
and Golf Heights. sections respec respectively.
tively. respectively. ',,, ,.
At thi conclusion of the tour re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served at the
home of Mrs. Audrey Kline of Golf
Heights. She was assisted in serv serving
ing serving by Mrs., Adelaide Elsenmann
The door prize. a plant donated
by Mrs. Dora Bennett, was won
by one of the guests. , ,
.
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Balboa Woman's Club ,' I
Members To Aid Teen Club'', ':
14 special Volunteer Cominittee
of -the Balboa Woman's Club met
at the home of Mrs. Peter ilolton,
chnirrr,n ef filo Civic and Youtt
1 C, ,',, a i -iday,'Pri6Aing to
complete plans for a special cart
party, proceeds.of which will be
used tb swell the ,TEEN-CLIJP
Fund. The special card party for
members and their guests Will br
t; Ytt;0Z1
MAKE fiZIENDS
j stA
It is customary. to tip a train
porter more for an overnight
tri'p than for a daytime trip. And
if you ask tor any special serv service
ice service ,tip more generously than it
you had only, routind attention.-
, One tip, at the end of your trip
will take care of everything the
porter does for you.
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held in the Ballroom of the Tivoli
Guest House on Wednesday, Apr,
1, at 12:30 o'clock.. ALI members
are urged to attend, to make up
table tor Bridge, Canasta or Bin Bingo,
go, Bingo, or to bring at least one guest.
Help your cluo to help our teen teenseers.
seers. teenseers. Players are asked to brin brintheir
their brintheir own cards. Bingo cards will
be provided. Desert and coffe
will be provided by the hostesses.
A special door prize, donated 1,
the Arts and Crafts Croup, will be
given away. ,
For reservations contact the fol following
lowing following inembers of the commit,
tee: Mrs. Loretta SnOdo.a611, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Balboa 2384 Mrs, Agne-
Hearon, Balbosr 1833: Mrs. Peggy,
Parker, Balboa 1412; Mrs.' Rosr
Casey, Balboa 3630. Mrs. Theresa
Lute, Balboa 1488; Mrs. Stella k
tat Balboa 2651 Mrs. Peter 0301,1
ton, Panama 3-7776, ,';
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TOP ACADEMY GRADUATESLt. Col. Lloyd,A. Brown, commandant of the lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry NCO Academy, is shown vtith the three students who achieved ,the highest
scholastic rating in the academy's second class, which was graduated. Wednesday, rrom left
to right are Sic. Raymond R. Marsh, Egt. John D. Arthur and Sgt. mull. B. Sheffield. Eacb
was presented with, a swagger stick as a symbol of his accomplishment. (1111.) Army Phot0).

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Graduation exercises were held
Wednesday morning at the Fort
Robbe post theatre for 85 students.
who, successfully completed class
studies and jufigle warfare train training
ing training courses at the lst Battle Group
20th Infantry NCO Acidemy
Three outstanding students, all
assigned to the lst Battle Group,
were honored in this second class
to' be graduated, since the -acade-.
, opened JAIL' s ,,
SFC., RaYMOnd E.- Marsh of
Headquarters and Headquarters
Co. took top honors with an aver average
age average of 89.35. Sgt. John D. Arthurl
of A Company and Sgt. 'Claudie
B, Sheffield ot, D Cempany took
second and third places respect respect,
, respect, ively with grades of 87.49 and 89.53.
guest, speaker for, the gradua graduation
tion graduation was Maj. Gen. Thomas Har Harrold,
rold, Harrold, commanding, general, ts.c' S.
Army Caribbean. On -the speak speaker's
er's speaker's platform with the general were
Col. Robert W. Garrett. command commanding
ing commanding officer, lst Battle Groups; 20th
lnfantryi and Lt. Col. Lloyd A.
Brown, school eqMriltindant
The. groun began its course on
?eh. 24 with classroom instrue
tions at'Wheaton Hall, Port Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. Following a week's prelimina preliminary
ry preliminary instruction. the students parti participated
cipated participated in t three-Week course at
the Jungle Warfare Training Cen Centeri
teri Centeri Port Sherman..

From'ilungle Warta' r Class

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, 4:, ,.. ,, k.---,,, - i :'-' :- ed to ittrat
ar'it.: ,:s .1 attention to t
LI ; n I ..,:,. ning tornorro
! '! .y: .,- ',-.'' urday, April 1
,
.' -.4: :',',-- ',:4 ., ,.. .. : r.'-'..: , ,., .4.-. , : , ., al Boy Scouts
, ,. , ,: ,' i ' : . will be obsc
.4 ,, ..., , , , ... , ,... 6 ,. ,,, , ,,- i, "Boy Scout 1
.,' '. : Council,. whiv
. ; -,:: llth anmverl
, :- -, ? zation. ?
0 .., I .,.!..', Taking a r.
, ' '. ,... T , this youth c
,,' ..... , , .,, , : .... -; .... , , ,: , : had a simpl?
': '. .. ? r' "- ;I 1 ; ,',1- c. ,. ., -,,, year 1947 will
- ,, , ,. -.' : : ; I ,v, : 45 adults- an
i, L -, :', -,..:- :,, ,.... ::.: '.' .. ..' ,' ,-. ',", ,.. ; ,, :: gether in La
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n ' .""''' ' '''''' '' we lave -1 I
1
, ,,,, ; ::,.,..,:, inent that, ha
a : ,, ... : , to a robust
' ' ' -"" L'" .' -;'; -":- '-'' '' '-''''' ''''''' ''''' 700 boys and
: ..-t -..,,' In,. ;.'-' -,,',. ;'-,.., 7., ;' i', -- :: : --:, ','., v -...: .,: -- the local seer
, : 1.,., ,1 . ',. ,: ,,' ' ,t'; -.." .'''-, ", ,r,,:'''' i t,'''. ': ago,' the ori
..,';'''''''I'''' :''':''' PHONE--''''' '"'' world reeogn
. :-, ,, ' ' : :'. : full-fledged :
, .... ,. ..,,...., ,, .- . : I '. .; .2 ,' :. : Inter-Americ
, ..
,, . Thts achiel
k -, : t :-- that mot onl:
I f .. 1 organization
: : ,-----''' 1- but, the en'
well, from w
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-I been recruite
International
4 i
filling a grfi
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oc -Nt znunity in I
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.., Is a significe
venile deling
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. ,,.": why every p
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' their whole'
.: -.: ,.;:.' the leaders
' Who are givb
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-.- : -., '', 1 talent voluni
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lass
,After their jungle training two
more weeks of class room study
completed the currjculum s
( Each graduate was presented
With a certificate of proficiency
signed by Colonels Garrett and
Brown. ,g '
,
Excursionl.hreugh
..
Catial CallecV0ff':
eicitran through the Pan-1
ama Canal which was scheduled
for tomorrow has been called off
for the present.
The trip.'-' sponsored by the
Gamboa Catholic Church, was
to have left Pier' 18 at 0 a.m.
today. , is
Certain circumstancec; bave
mare it lideestary t ca,,ceI the
excursion. Those who have al already
ready already purchased tickets can get
their money back by contacting
the Veople from whom they
bought them:rV
INSPECTOR VIOLATES CODE
, IVIANRilAVEN, (LIP) --
The Village board' of Manorhaven
yesterday ordered building in.
spector Phillip ,Pearl to tear down
his stool shed. The trustees or thig
Long Island town ruled thot the
shed violated the, building cod.

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Scouting Moverntnt
Path To- Citizenship

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Scouting Movement
Path To Citizenship
The Scouting moVement.
founded by the late tord Baden.,
Powell over a century ago, has
developed into an association of
world citizenship through the
basic ideals it espouses and
teaches tO youths, of every land,
The United Nations stands for
world citizenship.
, The Scouting trail along Which'
these requirements guide the
youngster, is the path to citizen citizenshipin
shipin citizenshipin his home, his neighbore
hood, his community, his, nation
and' in the world. Ever,y, nation
'has acode. Like alliamous Odes
of historic significance, the Scout
code is, to help-. the individual
boy,'groW into a better man' and
better clizen.- .. f,
, 'Among btherldealistie brinciples,-'
Scouting ,teaches the boy
reverence,- initiativeness self-assertiveness,
indUstr tousnis s,
thrift honesty; manliness,' bray brayery;
ery; brayery; loyalty, and, above alli uni universal
versal universal friendship-, And brother brotherhood.
hood. brotherhood. Color, creed- or national or origin;
igin; origin; plays no par tho move moveinent
inent moveinent .4 .;
The 'above preaMble is intend intended
ed intended to "Attratt the' community's
attention to the fact that begin beginning
ning beginning tomorrow and ending Sat Saturdayi
urdayi Saturdayi April' 19, the Internation--,'
al Boy Scouts- of the Canal Zone
Will be observing : the annual
"Boy Scout Week" of the Local
Council,:, which also marks 'the
1,1th anmversary ,of the OrganiL
zation , 2
......,: :!
Taking a, retrosisective view of
'this youth organization, which
had,, a simple ,beginning; in the
year 1947 when a group of about
45 adults- And 450 boys. got. to together
gether together In La Boca; and laid the
loundation of the local move movement
ment movement that, has now- develo)vd in-.
to a robust institution of over
700 boys and 300 adults. This sig significant
nificant significant success has gone beyond
the local scene when, not so long
ago,' the.. organization- received'
world 'recognition and is now A
full-fledged member of the As Associatio'
sociatio' Associatio' nof World Scouts, ,both
Inter-American and Internation InternationTilts
Tilts InternationTilts achievement is sornething
that ,not only 'the leaders of the
organization should be proud. of,
but,- the entire community as
well, from wbich the boys have
been recruited.. The fact that tilt
(International Boy Scouts is ful fulfilling
filling fulfilling a great need ,in the com community
munity community in the development of
good and better citizenship, and
is a significant deterrent to ju juvenile
venile juvenile delinquency, is the reason
why every parent and responsi responsible
ble responsible Isthmian resident should give
their wholehearted support to
the, leaders of the organization
Who are giving of their time and
, talent voluntarily, in the train train'
' train' ing of the boys, Support the In International,
ternational, International, Bey ScoutSI
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- :, The Boite W and Kent teams which are batthng
for championship holiors in ,the .Panama -' Major
Softball League were all tied up today and the man
greatly-.responsible for this interesting situation ist
. Kent's hardihitting first baseman' Bertie 'Williams.
Williams 7. hit .a, sixth-inning ties between them, Morrell dropbases-loaded
homerun. yeSterda3' ped his first slecision against no
evening at Santa Rites ballpark victories. . I s
to provide the margin of victory Boite W shortstop Aristides Ze Ze)
) Ze) in Kent's 9-7 conquest of -Boite ballos had an inside4he-park
W.. A ; .:- ,,' 4, .. -, homer in the second, which was
Bach tear& now has identical the first, of three circuit clouts
. 1-1 records, Boite W having in the game, as ccimpared to six
- beaten Kent 11-0 in the series were hit in the opening contest
-..; opener Thursday. The next conf Outfielder Eddie I Puessey,
'test will be played MondaT at- who was shifted front leftfield
- ternoon beginninn. at 4:30. to rightfield in the third,-made
. In Thursday's game Williams, a sensational, one-handed ran ranwho
who ranwho blasted six round4rippers ning catch in right center in
durinv the regular season to lead the fifth frame to rob slugging
- the loop in that department had flychaser Fred Morgan of, an
made a great try for a lour- extra base hita. There were two
' master with two mates aboard in runners on base at the time.;'
, the first inning bylending a ' --- ,, , ."' ,t, i
long, high drive to right field The line score: , ,' t
. that looked like it was going all , ., -,-. , ,- ,, .. k
the way. ., , e .,, , Kent .. ; ON 225 0-9 '11 :.2
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However, the ball dropped into' Boite W; k 020 020 3.-:-7 8 ''' 4
, the stands:and Bertie was held ,, Lane' (1-1r- -and Ribagof Mon,
' '.. to a ground rule double. ,, reit (0-1), R. Lynch and Parris,
, ; But yesterday's jackpot drive el
cleared Xhe roof of the stands 1,ampandlott' DOW' II.'
'.; atiol fell into C street as Wil- ....' -., ,t,
llama and three mates ahead But His $pints., ,,-
or him, trotted gleefully- a- o , ,, ',.
, round the bases. , Still UndOM'Pened'''
- The. grandslarnmer Made the , ''
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' scote 9-4 in favor of the winners GLEN, COVE', ,' NM, (DP)4-
' and the importance of the blow They!re still keeping a goad man,
. indreased when Boite W catcher Roy Campanella. down in the
Edgar Parris crashed a three-ruu hospital here but' the painfully
lour-bagger in the bottom of the slow progress'of his battle against
: seventh to make the gotmt .9-7. paralysis t bas failed to- dampen
' Mac Lane, who went the route Campy's Ries. .'3 o- ..,
o ' for Kent in his second straight "His morale remains excellent
appearance in -the series, allow- and he listens to, every' oaseoall
- ed six hits in picking up his first game that is broadcast then
win. His slate is now 1-1.. 4- -, Cove Community Hospital an.'
: Starter and loser Eddie Mor- noimced in its latest bulletin on
', ten,. and reliever Rudy Lynch the condition et the Los' Angeles
perinitted a tota of eight safe, Dodgers' star Catcher' Thursday.
: 0 A , , However, the hospital had to ad.

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'Campanella' Down
But His Spirits.,
StillUn gimpened,,
GLEN,, COVE', ,' (uP),:-
They!re still keeping a gond man,
Roy Campanella. down 'in the
hospital here but' the painfully
slow progress'of his battle against
paralysis tiles ,failed to dampen
Campy's sprts.
"His morale remains excellent excellentand
and excellentand he listens to every' oaseoall
game that As broadcast," then
Cove Community Hospital an.'
notmced in its latest bulletin on'
the condition et the Los Angeles
Dodgers' star Catcher. Thursday.
However, the hospital had to ad admit
mit admit that Campy bas made only a
little pregress in the last month
the fact that -"sense of feeling"
now has' returned, to his lower
abdomen, 'whereas the limit,
month ago ,was the upper,,,ab'
&men.
' Campanella 'has been paialvred

oll HE uNG Dowy 697, Campanella 'has been paralvzeO
SI Jan 28 when he suffered a
14s 1 broken reek in an auto accident.
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CASBAH PBISONBR

Co!on, Panama
Baseball Nines
Clash April 20

Tho Previnciat League base baseball
ball baseball teams ed Panama and Colon
will meet again in a (turn
match at, the Colon Municipal
'Stadiumen Sunday, April 20.
The game will be bemfit con
testlor the Atlantic side Medic Medical
al Medical Clinic, which was built by
members of the National Guard,
in an effort to relieve the pres pressure
sure pressure en the overtaxed Amador
Guerrero
' 'This' baseball game wilt com commence
mence commence at 10:00 a.m.. and is 'or 'or,
, 'or, ganized by tho Mocambe Club.
' The National Guard Band will en en-
- en- liven the event.
Genaral admission ,wili ie 2S
cents and reserved seats at SO
'cents, Ths public is specially tn tnvited
vited tnvited to attand this "big show"
of Panama's baseball afar Iv
who will undoubtadly give the
fans a very good game'

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- LUSANNE, Switzerland fl.TP).--
Because amateur.standing of
many skiers, figura:skaters, and
hockey players -is i "subject to
question,", the International Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Committee is considering end.
ing the winter Olympics after, the
1960 games at Sqiiaw, yalley,
Calif.
Otto Mayer of Switzerland,
chancellor cr.the IOC. 'made that
disclosure Thursday 'in discussing
the, case of AUStrian Olympic ski
champion TOni Sailer who faces
sn amateurism investigation.
"We are headin'g Aowards
end of the winter Olymplcs,', said
Mayer.,"If the structure 1-1( skiing
is not, profoundly modified, the
1960 winter games qn Squaw Val Valley
ley Valley 'may well be the last in. the
history, of modern Olympics.",

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CoMPARING NOTES -- Arnold Palmer,, lift, of Latrobe, Pa.,,
is comparing his score card with Sam Snead's- during the
Master's Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga. Palmer went on
to, win by one strike in a dramatic finish while' Slammin'
Sammy fell back to wind up tenth.

' The Albrook Flyers dominated
the Panama Area 'Armed Forces
Baseball League ,first, string All AllStar
Star AllStar voting ballots this week by
placing six men on the .13-man
first team and also had the Man Manager
ager Manager of the Year in ;Clarence
"Ned'? Bra,nt. ',' .4
The': Flyers' also( had the' only
holdoers from last year's Allr
Star team. Hurlers Dick Green Greenfield
field Greenfield and Bob Hansen, along with
Brant- as managet,- were .the re
peat All-Stars. ,7 r
Manuel Lopez, Albrook catch catchr'o
r'o catchr'o Frank Gandarilla;,Flyer third
baseman; ; Arnie Daniel,' 'Flyer
leittlelder and Walt- SPuerbrpn,
Fort Clayton rightfielder, drew
the most votes at their positions
with nine apiece,-
. Gary Davis, Fort -,Kobbe first
baseman; Billy ,Bridges, Regtilar
secOnd sacker; Roger Zimmer Zimmerman,
man, Zimmerman, Albrook shortstop and Bob Bobby.,
by., Bobby., Langer, Flyer centerfielder,
received eight votes each at their
respective, 'positions.' ,
- Keith' Williamson', 7-1),', Kob,
be's fireballing righthander, gar garnered
nered garnered the most votes in, the
pitching department with 15.
Bob Hansen, Albrook (7-4); Doug
Norton, Kobbe (10-4Y,: Dic k
Greenfield, Albrook (10-2) and
Joe Schufritz, Fort Clayton (2-8)
rounded out the mound corps
with' 13, 10, seven and five votes
respectively, .; ;
Brant, nosed out. Fort .Kobbe
manarer Gene Tapscott for Man;
ager of the Year. ',
; ' FIRST TEAM
Poi.':. 'Player Team,'
P-7-Keith Williamson (Kobber
PI-Bob Hansen (Albrook) :
PDoug Norton (Kobbe) --,'
P--Dick Greenfield (Albrook)
PJoe Schutritz (Clayton).
. PManuel Lopez (AlbrookY
.1BGary Davis (Kobbe)
28Bill Bridges (Kobbe) ,':

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Piobable :Pitchers
For MaJor:League
Baseball 'Openers
NEW YORK, April 12
lowing are the probable, pitchers,
attendance and weather lor the
major league baseball openers:'
MONDAY
Bost On at Washington-- Sullivan
(14-11) ,vs Ramos 12(46). 20,000,
cool and jogai showers.
- :I, TUESDAY.
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
WashingtOn Baltimore-I-Stobbs
(8-20) vs. Johnson (1411), 28,000,1
Rain expected Monday,'or Tues Tues,
, Tues, New''': York at Boston- N....Larsen
(104) vs. Nixon ,(12-13), 25.000.
Possible shower.,
, Detroit at ,Chicago ,Bunning
208) vs, Pierce 2012); .10,000.
Possible shower." "
Kansas City st Cleveland--Carv
er (613) vs, Score (2-1), 32,000, 50,
degrees, rain or light showers
light showers possible.
;- NATIONAL LEAGUE
'Los Angeles at ,San Francisco,
Drysdale (17-9) vs. Antonelli (le-,
18), 23,600, clear and sunny.
Chicago at St. Louis atight)m'
Brosnan 55) vL McDaniel, 15-
9) or Mizeir(8-10), 20,000, cool and
possible showers. r, '
'Philadelphia at -.Cineinnatt-4an
ford 19-8) ve., ,L9awrence (16-13),
30,000, Showers expected. '
Pittsburgh g Milwaukee-Friend
1418) vs., Spahn (2111) or Bur Burdette
dette Burdette (179), 46;000, partly Cloudy

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ISPrank Gandarilla (A1b4)...
SSRger 'Zhnmerman. (Alb.)'
LPArnie. Daniel (Albrook)
CFBobbyLanger (Albrook)
RFWalt Sauerbrun', (Clayton)
Mgr4Ned Brant (Albrook)J1',.
SBCOND, TEAM 2:4
pos: Player-;' ,Team
CLennie Gittens (Kobbe.
1.13,1ack, Kaps
. 213-4ini Gregory '(Clayton) ".4
' 3BGene.Tapscott (Hobber
SS--4Stan Christian (Clayton)
LFB1114Dudley (Kobbei ,
C1P,;,Manning Weaver (Cia3rtOn)
RFNell O'DontelLtAinador) ;.
THIRD TEAM
Pos Player,
CI-11111y Redvis,(Claytor0-1 ;
,1BPrank LucoviCh -(AlbrookY
2B--Mario LaMaestra, (Alb.),
3BLee Schmitt (Clayton)
SSNiike Rivera (Amador)
14P1.!---RaY Raraczyk (Clayton)
CP--Herni Daniel (Amador,, I
RPMerle Poster (AlbrottiO,1'.5'i'
1 All-Star selectioris 'were ,bast
directly upon the results of bal ballots
lots ballots sent ,in by the ,players -and
mansaers -of each one o the
PAAF teama.,i ,
The -results were tabillated by
the PAA11- Protest Committee and
sport,,- editors and .writers from
service newspapers' at USARCA USARCARIB,Special
RIB,Special USARCARIB,Special Services, ,rort ,Clay
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raining

New, Y r It' featherweight
Prince., Johnson and, ex-ban.,
1 tamweight champion Meivhi;
Bourne ; were ,- scheduled for
light exercises today oft the eve
of their 10-round feature bout
, at the National Gym tomorrow
night.::,- :,:o.". : t
' he visitor, who has- drawn
I.; '- IL
large crowds to the gym dur'",
lug his workouts, has been Imo
-pressive In tuneups, conceit.'
,trating on the body attack' and
' crosses to the heads' of
mates. ,", ;,;,,
Johnson has been.' particu-'
larly, 'rough on lightweight
, contender Enrique ;Peres,' his
thief snarring partner.
- A winner of 14 fighti hi 19
10Piarances, the New Yorker
lost a decision to former world
featherweight king Willieol'ep
nearly two weeks ago.
'Bourne TKO'ed and decision.
ed Claudio Martinez in, his last
two outings., f. 1,
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Brown' Makes'
,
Appearance:Before'
Grid "i6ri Moifdai
NEW YOrilt (UP) Billy
Brown, matchmaker for the Inter International
national International Boxing Club, has had his
fifth' appearance before the New
York County grand jury, investi investigating
gating investigating crime and 'bribery post postponed
poned postponed until, Monday- !' 4 , ;
v e
Brown' Was on the stend for an
hour-and-a-hall Thursday, making
a total of nearly. six hours that
be so far' has' been under clues cluestioning.
tioning. cluestioning. ,
' Brown is one of about a dozen
boxing figures ,who have been
summoned 'in connection with Dis District
trict District Attorney Frank ,,tiogan's in,

anti fairly tnild, rain late -TuesdaY:vestigation of the 'ring ap-ort.

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' W. OrIffith Thursday pitched
the Crake Lines to a 5-2 win
over the Talboa Pilots 'for a 1-0
lead in aNDest-of-three, playoff
series to determine the cham champions
pions champions of theMinor League.
Griffith struck out 16 ,as he
gave up only two runs on two
base hits and five bases on balls
He struck out the side in the
first, second, third, and fourth
'innings. He had two strikeouts
each in the fifth and sixth. He
gave up one run In the second
on three base on balls and a sin single
gle single by Nita and one in the fourth
on an error and two passed balls
The other hit,for the Pilots WaS
a double bY Sears in the sixth.
,,Grace.Line scored, one in- the
first on 'a walk ,a passed ball,
and an error, one in the second
on a' single by Griffith, and two
passed balls. They tallied two
more in thelourth on a single
by Richardson; a double by Grif Griffith,
fith, Griffith, and another, single by
Morse. Their final run came in
the fifth on two base ort balls
and' Richardson's second single
- The leading hittrs for Graci
Lines -were Richardson with 2 for
2, Griffith with 2 for 3 and Morse
with 1 for 2. The big sticks for
the Pilots ,,were Sean! and Nita
both with 1 for 3..
The box score; : ;

PILOTS-- AB R: H
Herrine'. 4.1 1 .0. '0
Walker.. 1 6 ''' !' 0 0
6, y Ag
Se.arg:': C.: OS ii;'4.' 3 1
Ferjenbaek
'0 0
LloYd .6; 1,', 0
1' 0
Nita.. -66 3' '1
Fitzgerald, 6 6' 1 0 0
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P.'. 7: qv;
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GRACE LINES--; H
De La 3
2 0
Richardson,, 2 ; 2 2
3, 0 ,.0
Griffith:. 3 2
Stablety. L. .4. 2 0 0
Morse,.,.. 2 0 ,1
O. .46 2 A, 0
Dang1113.:, .!:- 6,0 .6 1,1 1. 1 0

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A two-out-of-three game baseball
series 2.between 2 the Panama A Area
rea Area Armed Forcsq baseball eham
pions,' the Fort Kobbe Regulars,
and the Fannin Area Armed Fore
ea, All-Stars has been scheduled for
April 18,219 'and if necessary April
, 'The" serie's It' be -played at the
Balboa Stadium and is .sponsored
by' the American' Lefion, Depart Department
ment Department of the Panama Canal Zohe,
in. direct ,support of the Boys State
The games of April-19 and -19
are Scheduled to get underway at
2.2,30 p.m, If the third game is ne necessary
cessary necessary it. will be pialred. Sunday,-
April 20, at 2 p.m,
' Officials will be furnished by
Noe' Panama Canal Zone :Umpiresl
Association.-'

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At Donvor;Colo. ;
St Louis (N) 010 012 022,-. B 15 0
Chicago (A) 000 510 100, 7 10 1
. Mizell, Mabe (5), Clark (7), V.
McDaniel (8), tovenouth (9) and
Katt., Pierce, Staley, (8),, Dufour
(9), and Moss, Winner V. Mc.
Daniel. Loser Dufour;
At Most, Ariz.)
Los Ang. (N) 001 020 0011-- 3 11 0
Chicago (N) 002 100 13x Y 11 1
, Drysdale, Labine (7), Kipp (8)
and Rosebora, Walker (8). Hob..
bie and ,Tappe, S. Taylor (7).
Loser ',( Labine. ,HRs --',Roset
boro, Banks. ',
At Houston;'Tos..
(10 innings)
S; Fran. (N)101 324 001 2-14 14 4
Cleve.,. (A), 020 043 030 3, 15 18
Biwnside, Crone- (8), Grissom
(B), Margoneri (9) and Schmidt.
Lemon, Grant (5), Woodeschkk
(7), Tomanek (10)' and Brown,
(8)4 Winner Tomanek. LAmer
Margoneri. Hits -,r Mays 2,. Kirk.
land, Minoo, Vernon.
At Lynchburg, W. Va.
Phil!idelphia (N) vs.' New York
, Cancelled, rain. .2
At Charleston, W, Va.
Cincinnati (N) vs. Washington
Cancelled, 'wet grounds. ;
' At Tulsa, Okla.
Milwaukee (N), vs. Detroit (A)
Cancelled, wet grounds.
At Chattanooga, Tenn.
Chattanooga (Sou) vs. Boston (A)
Cancelled, rain.
At Fort Smith, Ark.
Little Rock (Sou) vs. Kansas City
Cancelled, rain.

At Mexico City, Mex.
Pittsburgh : 014 011120-10,44 0
Mexico City 000 000 3,01 2 5 0
Friend, Douglas (7) and Foiles.
Rivas, Guerra (3). Gonzales t7),
Lopez (01,And Palafax, Flores
(7)., Winner Friend. LoserRi.
vas., MRS-- Clemente, Powers,'
O'Brien, Perry.

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',',YESTERDAY'S,'IRESULT, (At:Santa Rita Lialipark
, - ant' 9, 'Boite W 7 '
MONDAY S CAME, (At Santa Ritalatipark)
Boite W (Pucek 0-0) vs; Kent (Lane:1,1) N
, Came -time- 4:30 p.m.-

RHUBAR-:::-The Milwaukei Braves didn't wait fot the open-
mg of:the season. tq beet Manager FredHaney, was tossed out
of an gatUbilion gaMe with the, Iftdgers ifterrestraining Coach 1
John, ptzpatrick in a dispute With, trlipitiPAugle

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DALLAS; Vex (1.114)---1- 'Defend.
ing champions and, records were
having 'a tough time of it in the
Women's'National indoor
swimming' and diving champion championships
ships championships "as 'competition moved into
the iecond phase 'today.
Three teen-agers took command
of7 Thursday's opening ,events in
the' B5-yard, Perkins. Natatoriurn
pool on the Southerk, Methodist
camptia.' '
Sylvia RuuskiL Bukeley,
Calif.,' and, the Lafayette, Ind.,
Swim Club," Chris V011 Saltza of
the Santa Clara,Calif., Swim Club
and defending champ Carin Corte
of Ridgewood, N.J. alL had a field
day, with the record books..
Miss Ruuska smashed her own
400-yard individual medley mark
of 5:08 'with a ,5f06.4 in. the- after
noon and hit a blistering 5:03.S.in
waltzing away, with the finals..-
Miss Von Saltzi clipped off -a
57.2'100-yard freesty'e in the pre preliminaries
liminaries preliminaries to beat, the'; old mark
of 58.1, owned by Jody: Alderson
ot Chicago; and then lowered that
figure to 56.9 in the finals.
Misa Cone; who, won' her'ilOtli
national 'title by ,defending her
200-yard- backstroke crown, hit
2:23.4-in ,the time trials to beat
Miss ,Von Saltza's old mark "of
2:23.5: ,and then dropped: it on'
down to 2:19.8 in the final&
,
' QUANTICO,'Va. (Jill Olym Olympic
pic Olympic champions Ron Detany,
ley Jenkins,'' and Glenn Davis
head .a field of 600 track and field
stars competing todar in the 1958
Marine Corps school relays at
Quantico's Butler Stadium

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,,, ursday pitched ,t -4- -- .., .. - cf. .' ) 63 ,
Itling --'. '' '. -,' , ,, ,,,-
1 the Crake Lines to a 5-2 win '-,' Coito W. 's .. ...:-.':,- 1 1 ' 500
. , .,! over the Valboa Pilots 'for a 1-0 ',' .t :-- '' --' - ''
NI,jor ', T . ,,'
ha Provinciat League base. '-f lead in aNDest-of-three playoff r, ';',.'500
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! man ball teams et Panama and Colon 4
, series to determine the cham- -,. -'' -- '' ' . ' .' '
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ion is, win meet again ... a return pions of the' Min ,-
, or League. . JtSTERDAY'SIESUL,T, (At Santa Rita -baiina k) 1
match at, the Colon Municipal i. Griffith struck out 16 ,u he -t ,- - r r
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iams. .., stadium,on Sunday, April 20. ,. ., gave up only two runs on two ,,.. : -, ...i ' ,-., ent'.9, :Boita W 7 :' k :- - il
- ' The gains will be bomfit con 'z base hits and five bases on balls ".,: ,-.1- -- ''', '- '' - - --, ,. .-. -, '''.. , :-.'-4 '''.' '''. '-
11 drop- test lot tho Atlantic side Medic- , ,, '' He struck out the side in the ,-.-: MONDAY'S,CAME (At Santa"Rta1 'II k)'' '
Linst no , I a par
.. ,.: first, second, third, and fourth I,: : .' ' ,. ', ' -' '
wh' h bu'it by
, al Clinic, lc was l i.,
members of the National Guard, ,- ,. , innings. He had two strikeouts i
,,,, ., ,, 130, te W (Puce' k 0-0) vs; Kent (Lane: tel ) 'k, '1';'",
ides' Be'.
' in an effort to relieve tho pres- :, ', I ', 1 s, each in the fifth and sixth. He ,,- 1 ",' :" -, G '' ' ,,z '( Nsi
, ame -tun 4nt '- ' '' .'
he-park : gave up one run in the mecond '' , 6 --- P-11 ,. -,,, ,;
:suro on the ovartaxad Ami ., : ,. , I
ich was On three base on balls and a sin- r.....,....,....,,,-.,...--:. '''' '.-
clouts Guerrero Hospital; ,,...,. ..., ,,.., ..: , .., ,,,,.. ,.. ,, ir
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d to six '. .'.' ''.- '' ' ' t, , ', .. on an error and two passed balls ', 1
contest ', This' baseball game, wilt com-' kt ,. , , , The other hitfor the Pilots was -., , 0,
memo at 10:00 a.m., and is 'or- , 1 ,.... .,, ,',. 4 .
aessey t, ,, a double bY Sears in the sixth. , : 1
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Itfichli ganized by tho Mocambe .Club. .,... .. ,
,, -Grace.Line, scored, one in, the z. 1
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' Mat Lane, who went the route Campy's sprts.,-!.:- .. comniit7eice l'sl'uc'ouii"srtie-r1;47-e'n-d aigresrt
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' Joan Crawford in
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;.: ,,. ; ,,,, ,,. ,, ', I John, ptzpatrick in a dispute With,ItipirePAugie Donatell0 ''.' 1' '' '.. I
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, tino...Ton 9ft who. to ctifforati a 1Pv ,mair well be the last In. the baseman; ,Billy.Bridges; Regtilar 0,41illy Hedvig ;(Clayteril.;'"
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ivo vivo '. ,., , ,,.,, FouNTAIN : i,t .,-' Chapters' 1,-j -, .' FEVIALE ON THE ,:' rounded out the mound corps
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tlended with,Genuss ---,-., . !I
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, :''' ,: ';'' .-1.!; i, '" : d'' .. ,'1 ''.', ' ' '' ''''L' N '' ''' ; : larly, :rough on lightweight (9),,and Moss,. Winner .......! V. Mc.. ,,,S, II ,, :is, ,, all . ., .i ,, ,, ., ,:
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;04)00, :contender Enrique ;Peres,' his Daniel. 'Loser .-:- Dufour. :.. ,
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,'-; : ; ,. '.',. .', ,"li,:, '....f ..,., -,, ..,, -..,,,' ... ... ,. -".., : noes,. the New Yorker.- chiesgo (N),!,, 002 100 13s,. y 11 1 DALLAS; ':'Tex. (1.1P)--S-' 'Dend- .'.. ,' ;.1-. -' ','''; 'le -- :,': ..
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,44,1 t I.:. ', ....!::::.:;:.:1,1... fil:;.;:, ....::; --. ,... featherweight king WilliePeP and Roseboro,,. Walker (8). Hob., having .ia tough time of it in'the ....,.. 4,
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- 4 .-' am Slixabeth tit '''' 4 i. '1,,,''.., ..-o- '' k
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'. -,' ; '-' (8-20), VL Johnson (1411), 28,000. two outings.,f, 1,, ,,-; -,' -, ,.; At Ncieston;'Tex. ',, : the iecond phase 'today., ";-', 1 faasch Whugr Dieillm ' ....' t
' t .. '''' .1! '? .' .': : ..1.. ;.: .. : '.. Rain expected Monday or Toes- s ', '.- '' ,'' ,':'"1,' (10 Innings) ,',''...""..-- -".. ,' 1 Three teen-agers took ,commind t te,7: eai,..a,
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, '''''''' 'Fran. (N)101 324 001 2-14 14 4 of7 Thursday's opening ,events ,in '-... : '1,. ....:
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rk-if((-t I - .. (8), Margoneri (9) and -Schmidt. campul3.!. ',,,' ,., 'i ,,, '- .--. t , '.,; '...1.; ,,,,,.- 1 k r.
Lemon, Grant (5), Woodesehkk Sylvia ':',,,Riniskii L 'or,-. Berkeley, : .- ,
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(8)4, Winner Tonianek. Loser- Swim ,Club," Chris von Saltza ..of -, ,, ...! s'
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! 2-00... 0, ...50: G. ia-h. Id. ),Lity Mo'rday;
,. ,.. .., land MillOSO, Vernon.,. '-) and defending champ Uatin: Corte .:',' --, V.
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, -. v ,,. 4:- e: ,., .0, j 0 r.--, of 11, idgeWood, N.J.: all, had a- field ,!,.-, r:k
Ina (N) vs.- New York day with,,the record books. f 7,.
, . light ,showers possible. t B w
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ate ma er or
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'NEW -YORK,. (UP) ;"--4. -Billy phitadelpm. ortt, a. ..
mine ',Runska' smashed her' own :-,- .-
. national 'Boxing Club,. has ha s
- '''''';''''ll'' ''' ' ''.. I 1-r- t -..,.---;--rl, ...': 1 ; :'',....' :-.',, '',-., 2', ". -'7 .,'...: NATIONAL LEAGUE 1- Caneetled, rain.' '...,- ., .:,'': 400-yard individual medley mark ..
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' At Charleston W Va. of 5'08 'with a-,5-..0641 in, the- 'after 1
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, investi- cinch, t (N ' ly h- to d ift bl t rin 5-031 in 1
)'75'.' asing n !Ili eirtiiienn awl dye Wiltsbethegfinals.,-', 4 ,': ''
. ';,,,,,.. : ..'.,,,,,,--, Drysdale (17-9) vs-- Antonelli;':,(.,1e.
,-;,',',,msA -?'", -i ,:", '', poned -until,lViond,riy.',.!';, vy,',..,,,,.,,: ,,, i iL,ancelled,
L,ancelled, iL,ancelled, 'wet :grounds.. :, .; ', w Miss gVon; saltzi.-elipped. off a ,:: ,..' 4041.' '.. '' ,''..'"..,r'.:','''''.-- '.4611
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' ' ....,"w 'l... ',.. -... 'LARRY STORO --,,---- -
- - Chicago at St Louis gught), .- Ai Brown' .44,11 :on
''''''''''' ".' irosnan 55) 'vs..'''.,:L.', Me aniel.'15- hour-arkLe.hall Thuers -,
Milwa k e''. N :vs Detroit -(i) Lim. inarfes to beat, the': old mark -..,' r
" k- Shore -... .,, neelled, wet grounds. ''' of 58:1; owned .by'.,Iody', Alderson ,, i i 1,1-1, t
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c aor a total of -nearly- sig. hours 'that ,'
Chattanooe gaiinee(Soneu') virell'ets. ton"' ' icago, n en, owere a .
At Ch tt T ot Ch i d -th I d th t til 4 s'. '.,
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Asimm nation' .; .!.. .7 .. '''' ," .. ' ' (' '
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.1 ink' ..'- .. !,, possihle ehowers. :,, ,:.,,,,. ; '; ..,.. he, .so ,far", li, as: been ...under Aims.
, .., , pluladelphis,,, at '-'Cincinnatt-San t,i.oning....,-;-..,;,;?.....1,;,,,.,, ,,, ,,,,,',,,...:,-.-. 1,,
, ,, :,,., ,, 4... . . ,. ,.: ,, ford 19-8) ve.'. ;Leawrente (16-13). '''' A-tio.1.- n":: :I:4'n' :...:o'z''on' ,'11"' in,
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figure to 56.9 in the -finals- ; ....,: :
,A:CFa.noerte.lslemd,it.hr.,amA.,r..k:. ,.,..... ...:,,.'...(.1:,',,..),,1 M ,' c h h l'ioth
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' 2:23.4 -in ',the- time ,trials', 'to beat ' .' ----- ------' ', '', .- ':,- .. ... r
, i lig Cancelled, rain, .: Miss.',,Von' Saltza's old 'mark of r
23.5; ,and then : dropped: ,It' An' '''' ' .. 1
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At, Mexico City, Mex.. , down .to.-2:19.8' in the final&
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JUST LIKE OLD TIMES Former isthmian pre
two,fother Panama saddle greats, Alcides (Chile)
bow .retired and turned trainers recall the good
whosresides in the U.S., visited the track last Sun
'relatives in Panama City. Track manager Pablo
;loon. Also shown in the picture is veteran trainer
Moot:e in years gone by.- Moore wes the first Pena
ing. (Left to right) Thayer,' Rodriguez, Moore,. A
the,winner's circle immediately after, a nose finisks
rode the, winner while Aguirre was aboard Don
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) ly RICt4ARD GLASS
1 ATLAINTA Four, years
agov Ed GarlillgtOn't love for
shooting almost resulted in,- his
blindness(
Today, ',With a new pair of
glasses, a hew tick powder for his
dogs, and a grqwing set ot
' : luses his hand, shoulder and
lip, he, I;eady to resume his tor.,
tunes as, ',,,sk tournament trap.
shooter.,
ln the 1949 No'rth American clay
target championships at the shoot shooting
ing shooting center of Vandalia, Ohio, Gar.
lington broke 34I straight., clay
pigeons to move into,. a, four.way
lie ior first place and come out
s, second best In the shootoff.
NY' ,Ight CO" fors.
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tie winner , .o.iicore
state titles in his Dixie stamping
grounds, Garlington dropped out
' of Competition in 1934 because his
eyesight wile getting progressively
worse. But be continued to hunt
Ultra and to train ,shis dogs.,
, The -tick. powder ber used then
Was a powerful one,' and it dusted
his eyes. In time be. developed
"hithdreds',of little ulcers on the
membrane." Almost blinded; he
underwent months of injections
and medication before the condi condition
tion condition was cured.'With a new addi addition
tion addition to his collection of glasses.
he travels with 13 pair for vari.
ous piles -- be felt up, to shooting

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Sortie 53:men have been select select-
- select- ed as Panama area rifle and pis pis-
- pis- tol squad members,' from which
'the, rifle and pistol teams will be
, chosen' to represent the Panama
area in the forthcoming USAR USAR,
, USAR, CARIB Command Rifle and pis
tol Matches on April 14-25,
Heading the list of competitors
tbosen to compete in the rifle
?macho& ire: Sergeant First Class
William J. McFeeley, C Company,
lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry
, (Second ia the PAAF meet); Spe Spe,
, Spe, cialist Third Class Harley G. Wras
, ,pir, Mortar Rattery, 'lst Battle
Group (third);,- Sergeant ;James
Gray, C Company, lst Battle
Group (fourth): Specialist Third
Class Alfred Afileje, D Company,
lst Battle Group (Fifth); Special
ist Third Class James B. Clemens,
A :Company, lst Battle Groun
, (sixth) and many more fine PAAF

......t.a.liCl000i.110 the list of coranctilios
' in the pistol matches are: Snecial Snecial'
' Snecial' ist Third Class Philis McIntosh.
. UgAIICAF:113 (PAAP meet

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from you and your shot is spread spreading
ing spreading out, If you're late in getting
the shot there, the pattern wi I be
so wide It might not touch the
bird." :
Garlington has bunted since he
Vi9S a boy on a 1,300-acre tarn)
near Cedartown, Ga,,

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mier jockey' GU s (Chichi) Moore ha reunion 'with
Rodriguez and Blas Aguirre: MOOkl and Rodriguez,
'old days when they competed against each. Moore,
day while On the Isthmus for a few days with his
A, (PAW Tkayer was' Moore's host for the after afterAgustin
Agustin afterAgustin Soane who saddled many a winner for
manian jockey to make good in big-time U.S. rac racguirre
guirre racguirre and Sbane. This get together took place' in
between )3argyle and, pon Luis. Heliodoro, Gustines

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GLEN COVE:. N. Y. (UP)
Stricken Los Angeles Eodger
'catcher Roy Campanella's condi condition
tion condition has remained "generally un unchanged"
changed" unchanged" 01, ng the last five
weeks b.., mo,ale io as bigh
as ever, according ,to a new medi medical
cal medical bulletin issued' Thursday by
Glen Cove Community.Hospital.
1 The bulletin, first since March
7, said the stocky,-36-year old
Campanella's "sense of feeling is
at the lower abdomen level.",
This wasthe only ,encouragini
note in tho new 'report, however.
The March 7, bulletin stilted the
Campanella's' sense of feeling ox oxtende0
tende0 oxtende0 only to the "upper abdo

tion was cared.With a new adcli-
tion to his collection of glasses. 'Campanella, a three-time
be travels, with 13 pair for vari. ner of the Nat-tonal League's Most
ous titles be felt up, to shooting Valuab'e Player aw,ard, has been
again. confined since Jan.' 28 when he
, ; .suffered a broken neck in an ,auto ,autoIn
In ,autoIn Tebruary Garlington went' to mobile accident. s
Sarasota, -Fic, fot hit -first tom-, Hospital administrator Harry C.
petitive shooting in five ye.ars anti P. Gifford said Campanella still
wort "an 91 of 100 birds in dou- ','cannot move his fingers andhas
bles-3 In, the' event, the shooter eight movement wrists. He
mualtreak two pigeons which fly can extend his arms,' and bending
grow the trap at, the same time If his arms at the elbow is good
, at diferent ang es. Feeling conli- as are most shouldeel.move-'
dent,,bc set his sights for Van.' itehts."
della again., , Gifford also' stated that Cant
"But wt'in't be. tournament- panella still is in a bodr- turning
tough," he said, "until my hands frame which does not permit any
are hard for the sgun, and I've motion of the neck, and said hie
got a ',good callus on my shoulder "functioning arms muscles" are
for the butt, and one. on my up- being exercised with .physiother .physiotherper
per .physiotherper right gp' from sighting. But apy.' t
I'm progressing, and the eyes are ,"His morale remains, exCellent
the .main.'thing'.. ,i and he listens to every baseball
' r. 'r game that is broadcast,' the bur
' Many Delays letin concluded.
,) - The new report Wag not as, en en,
, en, "The 'bird:leaves the (trap at couraging as the March 7 one
ardund '50 or 60 miles an dour. which statee,that ,Campanella's
There't delay while the eye, tells general condition -?"shows some
the brain, and the brain tells yeur improvement." But doctors have
pointing hand and, your trigger ,stressed repeatedly since the ace'.
finger. There's a time lag the dent that Campanella's recovery
trigger,,one lit the spring, one in will be pain'ully slow. None of the
the ignition and another in the bulletins has made any mention of
: time it takes,the charge to catch bis chances for a full recovery
, the bird, , r- , from paralysis.
,toirour lead has to compensate His wife and other members nf
k for all these things,'In the mean- his immediate family are the only
-- time ,the -bird is heading away visitors be has been allowed.

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'anma Area Rifl;
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Iquaq Nprnibrs 53 Shoters

talion (second); MaSter Sergeant
Geraid G. Stokes, Headquarters
and Headquarters Company, Pro Provisional
visional Provisional Battalion, First Battle.
Group (third); Captain Donald G.
Barger, USARCARIB MP's (4th)
Specialist Second Class Robert K.
Baugh, D Company, 34th Armor
(fifth); Sergeant Juan 'Perez-Perez,
A Contliany, lat Battle Group
(sizth) and 18 other pistol marks

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lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry The USARCAR1B, Rifle and Pis Pis,
, Pis, (second in the PAAF meet): Spe- tol Matches have a three-(old pur pur,
, pur, cialist Third Class Harley G. Wras pose: To further command profi profi,
, profi, pir, Mortar .Battery, 'lst Battle ciency in small arms 'marksman 'marksman'
' 'marksman' Group (third);. Sergeant ,James ship, to determine individual and
Gray, C Company, lst Battle team champions for the U.S. Ar ArGroup
Group ArGroup (fourth): Specialist Third my Caribbean, 1958 and to select
Class Alfred Aftleje, D Company, personnel to represent this corn corn.,
., corn., lst Battle Group (Fifth); Special- mend in the All-Army Matches at
) ist Third Class James B. Clemens, Fort Benning, Ga., in May and
A :Company, lst Battle Grouo June find in the National Matches
(sixth) and many more fine PAAF at Camp Perry, Ohio, during Au Aufirers.
firers. Aufirers. , gust and September.
,-.,t,.., Ilcowr the list of ,comnetios The ,USARCARM Rifle Matches
, in the pistol mptehes are: Snecial-, will be' conducted April 14-18 at
' ist Third Class Philis McIntosh.1 Fort Kobbe's Empire Range with
UgARCAN113 rn's (PAO' mect the Pistol Matches slated for the
' winner); Copia it Joseph P. Bed- Fort ,Clavton Pistol Range from
' Parz, A I ate, 7bIth AAA Bat-lApril 21-25. - -,,

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ROBERT MOOLCHAN HURLS
CAFE COOLSPOT TO HALF.,
GAME LEAD WITH SHUTOUT
WIN OVER HERMANOS
YOHROS
, By HERBERT MOISE
- 'Won Lost 4G,
Cate Coolspot 3
Dep. Baby Salas.." 1 4 1V2
rowel Is 111
Herm. Yohros 1 7
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Fireman Bob Moolehan hurled
his teammates into a half-game
lead in the Rainbow City Open

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chill This Yohros club present-,
ed a completely renovated outfit
that geared ltseltfor battle but
faltered in the, very first inning
on poor euttleldinc.,After 'that
they were at tough,iS anybody
in the loop.

Paul Walker's Cafe. Coolspot
moved out in the top of the first
with a pair of runs and defend,
ed them like 'ehamps'wIth bril brilliant
liant brilliant fielding, plays. They scored
one MOM 4114- in :the third to
complete their day's earnings
This minute total of three runs
was enotigh to :topple Herrhanos
Yohros who have only one win
thus farthat being, Over
the same Coolepot. ;,"-
Unlike their biinting attack
against Dep. Baby Salas and Lou
Hilzinger,, the very day before,
the Fighting ::Fiternert of.. Cafe
Coolspot went,,on a longe range
hitting attack for: their' early
two-run lead: This type of hit hitting
ting hitting phis errers of omission by
the Yohros outfield, aided great greatly
ly greatly ln the CC win, .Ray Simon
who earned the only ,vittory for:
his team, pitched creditably-but,
4alled to get the necessary sup-1
port defensively ,or offensive,
front his nevi end, old team teammates..
mates.. teammates.. : z
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' W4th this CC Victory, the, win winhers
hers winhers pulled awey from it virtual
tie that existed with :the Bolas Bolas'Boys.,
'Boys., Bolas'Boys., The virtual. tie existed as
far as games wort and lost were
concerned but percentage-wise,
the :defending': champs -Woolspot)
were .025 ahead. :This .win
pulled them up haiName over
the Den, Salas team,:
,:Monday's game will have Pow Powells
ells Powells against the now front-running
Coolspot- Probable pitchers
are the sensational Leslie DraV DraVton
ton DraVton against Ken Lane, of the
FireMen..; ;.:

ly9 Pimental tinsels
Autsie Warren Wood
In Tennis 'Masters'

JACKSONVILLV; Fla. '' alP)
Venezuelan Iyo Pimental bido.for
a second upset' today when be
met pecond-seeded ,Lois Ayala of
Chile'in the quarter-finale of the
Masters tennis championships.

, Pimental strocked bis way
Thursday to an unexpected sod
easy victory over: Warren Wood Woodcock
cock Woodcock V kustralia. winning 11-I, 6-2.
In today's other featured match,
third-ranked Bill Quillen of Seat Seattle
tle Seattle went against Francisco Con.
treras of Mexico.
Mexico'e only other threat ift
the men's sincips was eliminated
when Jack Frost of Monterev,
CAL. uoset Mario Llamas, 7.5,
3-6. 6.2 in a tense match.
Ton-seeded Mervyn Rose : of
Australia advanced easily to the
semi-finals by downing Aker Akeret
et Akeret of Colombia, 6.0, 6-3.
,
The women's finals,. scheduled
Saturdav. were set on with vic victories
tories victories Thursday by top.s e d
Maria Bueno of Brazil end see see,
, see, ond.ranked Karol rageros o' Mi
t amt.' Miss Buono elfoieated Lou-.
lse SIMV, nakland, Calif., 63, 61,
end Miss Fageros deeated Laura
(Lou Kunnen, Clearwater, Fla.,
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ClassifiCation Softball ;..eague att distinctions,. shOOld be checked.,
he twirled a four-hit. job. against It is not in the best interest of
the last place Ifermanos Yohros teim spirit to recognize eneption eneption.
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DODGERS CHAMPIONS OF
THE CURUNDU
LITTLE LEACUE
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The Dodgers won the champion.
ship m the Curunou Little League
by de.eating the Braves, winners
ot the ttrst half, two games out
of three.
, It was a tight championship in
which all' the teams played good
base ball and the Dodgers bad to
wia a "playott" with ,tne Indians
for first place in the seeend half
and another playoff -, with ,,, the
Braves tor the championship.
Ivith a large crowd. itathered
at the Curunuu Little Leargue de
Park, with lots 'of noise,- saws,
arum and plenty excitement. the
Dodgers won the second weigh'
game it: the, playoff to, taxa tile
pennant. 4 i
The pitcherS for,the series were
in the first game, Bacot, win.
fling pitcher, against Reyes, 'loser
and tor the second game Ray
Miller, winne, against,Evers Les

The 'Dodgers managed by' Re!).
ert Russell and Raymond Miller,
started hitting the hall from ,the
first inning to beat tbe Braves a
After the game, the whole team
the 'managers and some 3f the
players' parents celebrated the
victory with an unscheduled 'party
at Just ,Velez's home in Curon;
The community thanks Mr. and
Mrs. J. M, Tucker for their 'spon 'spontaneous
taneous 'spontaneous cooperation. devoting their
own time in the organization and
control of this league in Curundu.
The names of the members of
the champion team that wi'l re.
pretent Curcuidu against Fort Koh.
be, ,Albrook- Field, Army Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic and Ft. Clayton are as follows:
Tommy Reyes, Dickey ,Bacot,
Raymond Miller,I. Bremmer, B.
Reichart, Danny Thomas. R. Sus.
sell; Fe,- FintantiOlit Justo Velez),
Clay Taul,- Steve Clark, B., Halt
M. Cobb and Bat Boy Wilcox.
.WIth many Little Leagues con concluding
cluding concluding their ',seasons, the follow following
ing following policies are recommended by
Little League Headquarters in Wil
liamsport in regards to prizes end
awards.- --- 4
It has ahvays been the p'osition
of Little League' bageball that the
league program itself is the 'great 'greatest
est 'greatest award that can accrue to etch
boy., The impulse to provide spe special
cial special awards to boys for such tic tictomplishments
tomplishments tictomplishments as winning the
league batting championship, the
most valuable player or !Huila

a- I physical skills of the individual
player.. Baseball is' a team' sport
and it requires the combined 'ef 'effort
fort 'effort of,:: all- of the :players to,' se-1
complish,,,e':,winning game' or;
Adults who ,persist in- making
lavish awards 'particularly to 'in 'individual
dividual 'individual players with unusual skills
or records an do's' 'disservim
Little League.: More importanti a abuse
buse abuse of, thiS practice can destroy
the benefits,. of the 'entire pro program
gram program ht tte social and education educational
al educational development of :the boy.:

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Ssiond Hatil Standings
Teams - -W Pet.
Abernathy Unisivrt. '3 2 MO
C.N. Pan Liquid. t N I) 3 .750
Ft 'Clayton, Cavaliers '5 5 .500
Ft. Kolbe Regulars 3 I .300
Bokel AA
Next Games
April -14:' Ft. Kobbe Regulars
vs Ceriteceria Nacional ; 4
, 15; Bokel vs Abernathi
Unisport.
, April 15; Cerveceria Nacional
vs Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
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, Pl. Kebbe ,Reeolers Dewni.''
- Bekel 16 $
Showing steady, improvenients
the Et. Xobbe Regulars turned
back the. Boltel nine 152, as Lou,.
bough again hurled the tritimph.
Durrett end Simons shared the
mouncl' duties but,Durrett got the
Eiglit hits sparked ihe tObbe
Regular's: including homes by Ei Eigenher
genher Eigenher in the third and,' Garcia
in'.the filth- while, added iupport
came from the opposing 'pitchers
with bases on balls.
' The Sykes Regulars 'scored in
every inning escept the seventh.
The llokel boys, made five- runs
in the fourth on three hit then
coupled with one each in the
third Und seventh.
Garcia and winining pitcher tou toubough
bough toubough both hit safely three times.
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and he ouickly became known as
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which hs zinged 'his fastball. in
1947, Blackwell won 16 sttaight
thougli the Redlegs strictiy were
second division stuff. On June la
that year, "The Whip" tossed- a
no-hitter at the Boston Braves. In
his next start, seainst the Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, he came within two outs of
completing the second "double no.
hitter" in baseball history. Eddie
Stanky, thek a Dodger, spoiled
his back-to-back bid with a 'single
with one out in the ninth, A sore
arm plagued Blackwell. mott
years thereafter though he stayed
svjth Cincinnati until 19,52 and
spent 'a brief time trying come comeWOE
WOE comeWOE as a Yankee--
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Rlackwelle Now 35, he 'lives in
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LmLE LEAGUE CHAMPSThese Coco' So lito Cubs are the champions of the Atlantic Armed Forces tittle League's first yestint."''
play. The Cubs posted an overall 20-win 2- loss record to win the championship. First row, from left to right: Sgt. K. Sanders,
coach; Charles Bialkowski, Paco Cruz, Larry Quinn, Tommy Sanders, batboy., Luther Quinn Jr.,: Joe Koch, John Ditour and Lu Lu"
" Lu" ther QUinn,. manager, Standing, from left to right: James Abati. Jerry Poppa, Tony Halis, Jack Drydale, Vernon Mactramee, Ken- -
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-':' BY TREITDR simpNs ;
. Thit 195t, interscholaStic ". bits.
ketball season,ls nearly upon 'us
and for various and sundry rea reasontony
sontony reasontony pre-seasop appraisal ,of
the combatants Is much too far
behind schedule,' 'rhe truth of
Ihe matter is that 1 knOw not
what the two, Pacific Side entries
will be throwing against our-Tilers
from Cristobal and have
ount time to -attend onlithree
f paul Moser's practice sessions
at the Margarita gym, ,,, 0,,:,
: Thursday night Cristobal High
got their first taste of actiOd a against
gainst against Pt. Gulick Snd the result
was a 52 to 41 victory for:the Ar Army
my Army boy& 'The results,' however,
mean very. little if anything at I
all, fOr coach Moser wks also
seeing hit boys under fire for the
first time 'this year and was
without the services Of his top
rebound man, George Kirkland,
felled yith thO all too predomi predominant
nant predominant ViruS. i , ,,,,4, 0,
,' Here's the-way this writer sizes
up the Cristobal situation, tor
the '19511 hardboard season,' The
Tigers' shortage of height seents
to be 'it:dyed with Billy 'Gibson
and, George Kirkland listed -,,as
first string. Gibson, however', has
had trouble putting his, 6-4 ,to
nt
Its best, advantage o rebounds,
, but could easily solve at prob,,,
lent" by adding kbit f bounce
, under the nets. ) ,, 4,1
, The big ; question mark: of
, coigne; is' if Kiridand will shake,
I off' the, atter effects of, the flu
I quickly, enough to get into shape
, and be ready for the first Tiger
, game scheduled for the 22nd of
, thir moth. '' ',. '.. ,, :' :
. 1' Another rangy lad who shows,
good possibility for this year and
two -others to ; come,- is Hugo
Tompkins, This sophomore ts
smooth and well coordinated ihd,
could be starting on the, r6ad' to
' three basketball letters,- ,,
The accent in the TigetCallit
is on speed Ind Mosei has a crew
, Of ''' fleetrfooted athletes that
could run 'Cristilbal into another
cage championship.' Donald
Humphresr,, a fiery athlete that
keePs the team alive-at all times
and Nendy Sasso give Cristobal
a good reason to use' the fast
break. ',',..''. ..' '' --,,
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EZZARD CHARLES 'FIT1
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UP)---
mer world-heavyweight challiPion
Ezzard. Charles, who Is planning
a' comeback, was pronounced "Ait
and in excellent shape" today by
Dr. Giles Decourcy; Charles. who
scaled 194 Pounds, Is epxected to
make his first starragainst Bud BuddyThursman
dyThursman BuddyThursman it Houston, Tex., on
April 29.
REDSKINS SION TWO
' WASHINGTON OP) Tackle
Don Glantz. of Nebraska and end endtackle
tackle endtackle Jacksoit Irrlanfield of Mis
sissippi Southern have rettNried
signed 1958 contracts to the Wash.,
ington Redskins. Glantz WaS the
Skin's fifth draft choice in 4955;
while Brumfield,,Zigned pn as a
free igent. ,

KEENELAND STARTS, WELL:
LEXINGTON, Ky.' (UP)-4eck-champion'
Wilk Ilartack
helped get the 11-day Keene land
spring 'nesting off to a good Itart
Thursday by accounting for three
winners, including Ramada' in the
featured 'race for three-yesr-old
allies.' A 150610 daily double wss
recorded. the first, double ever in
the 2Z year history of the track.

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CINCINNATI, Ohio (UP) The
Cincinnati Red legs, who have to
cut two more players from their
roster by Tuesday to get down to
the opening, day limit of 28,'scrt
outfielder Dan Moreton to their
Havana, club in the International
League 'Thursda night.

With one out in IN, mum A sore
arm plagued Blackwell moat YUGOSLAV SLATES U.S. UN.
years thereafter thoueh he stayed $-
with Cincinnati until 19,52 and 1a0STOIst--(UP)7, Frank Mihal Mihalspent
spent Mihalspent 'a brief time trying tOme- $ of Yugoslavia, who- finished
beek as a Yankee. second In the 1956 Olymnie mara
Whatever happened to Ewell thon. wilt' compete in the annual annualRlackwelle
Rlackwelle annualRlackwelle NOW 35, he Ives in Patriot's Day race here on April
Tampa, Fla.. and ;$1 0 00,,esenta- 19. Mihalie left by plane! from
tive of National Distillers. 'Belgrade Thursday.

Eddie Pabon is prObably the
surest shot in the Cristobal
ranks. Eddie' has been slow' getr
ting into shape, haVing just re returned
turned returned from his share of the flu.
A light boy, Ed could ill afford
to drop flve pounds that, the
virus deprived 11'..m of, but coach
Moser seemed Assured that It
would only. be s. question of a
few days before Pabon would b0
dropping In more than his share
of two-pointers. s

As usual, Cristobal is loaded
sharp-shooters from the
foul line.. one of the ,,points al always
ways always stressed by Moser and aone
that proved vitally important in
the Jive, basketball champion championships
ships championships that the Cristobal coach
has to bis record.
Among the long list 'of ,new,-
&mere the Tiger cage team is
a trehman nomed Dewer,Whit Dewer,Whitaker
aker Dewer,Whitaker who will somd day contrib.
tite greatly to Cristobal athletic.
teams it he can ever lesrn -to
keep his arm out of a c,ast. Side.
tracked ;from. football! With, a
'broken wrist.-Whitaker managed
to duplicate this tete at the end
of baseball,season ; and ''nearly
ceunt himself out of the basket basketball
ball basketball season, too, 'McVe confidence
in this young CHM eager is evi evident
dent evident in the fact that be is listed
amorkg his 10, varsity' players.. ;
cast and all.q V
, ; ft ,)
, ,
Thi Interschool oop begins'in
'earnest on April 18, less than a
week away,. when BalbOa meets
Junior College on the Pacific
Bide of the Isthmus, The Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal debut,is scheduled for Mar
garita on' April 22. AnAppraisal
,from this corner of Balboa and
JUTI1Or C011ege will be, withheld
until I am able to ,,' see both
teams, in action at Balboa triday
',night.

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WARREN C.' GILES
CINCINNATI (UP) Bright
.prospects for another bard-iought
pennant batt e; the debut of.. Los
Angeles and San Francisco ,into
tbe National League, and in-'
creased advance ticket, sales by
all our clubs, point toward a most
Auccessful season tor the 4NL in,
958.
Our Giants and Dodgers .witl re receive
ceive receive a royal welcome in ,San
Francisco and Los ,Angeles. The
people of those areas are eager,
and ready for major-league base basebal
bal basebal and I am confident that the
interest wil increase as.the folks
on the West Coast get a first-hand
rtaste of big-league bill.4

Thit factor a one, would assure
one o'' the most interesting sea seasone
sone seasone in the league's 82-year his history.'
tory.' history.' In addition, howeVer, we
have every reason ,to anticipate
another great, pennant race
something that has becomei a Na;,
tional League trademark:
' Wont Out on Limb
Last year,at this time, when I
went out on a limb. -and predicted
a rage as closely coptested As the
one we enjoyed in 1958, ,U was
branded an ,"optimist" some
quarters. (You will recall that our
1958 championship Wasn't decided
until the final day,,of the-season
as the Dodgers, Braves and Red Redlets
lets Redlets battled down to the wire.)
f List year, althougb we didn't
have the spine-tingling finish, the
race ivas' another t:four-star thril thriller"
ler" thriller" or I should 'say "five-star
thrifer". rive of Olit 'clubs' were

DISTRIBUTORS
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"nip-and.tuck9 all the way up hi,.
the first week in, August Ind Jut:,
had never happened nefore ,in
of major.league history.
For several years now, I've
been saying that the National
League's overall strength makes
it the best balanced league I've',
ever seen. Our recent pennant
races have borne out that conteiim,
tion, an4 1958 should be no excep.,,,
lion. ,, , ,,,,,,
t believe it will be harder for ;-
Milwaukee to win in 1958 than it4
was in 1957' and I,; tlublcr
13raves realize it. They Pre deo
termined lot, but judging by what),
I iaw of the Cardinals, Dodgcrs,-;
Reds and Phillie, we could 3abt
have a 'repeat of last year'10
Good Crop of Rookies
,
saw' the best.lookilig crop of r.00k,.;11
les in five years. That is it most 41'
healthy satiation, not only proving ,,t
that supply of talent Is there,,,a1i,
but the presence of capable rook:
ies presses the Veterans Into bet.
ter performances.
'Is itl'our ncw tank in e
Lis Angeles and Sait, Franoiscp
are't going, to,' be' treated ',JO
"dig-dong" pennant ,race thir
king that fans it the other cities(
have become accustomed to in the
National League.
Certainly; we are' going to fin
new enthusiasm in Californiathe 1!,(
kind of enthusiasm which Wil t
permeate the entire league. I just, 11.
don't, see how the National',A
' League can miss having one of' :
its greatest seasons in 1958.

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coach',' Charles Bialkowskii, Paco Cruz, Larry' Quinn, Tommy Sanders, batbon-Luther Quinn Jr.; Joe Koch, John Ditour and
ther QUinn,. manager, Standing, from left to right: James Abet'. Jerry Poppa,,Tony ,Halis, Jack Drydale, Vernon Mactramee, Ken-- ,1
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wilt' compete In the annual
,'s Day race here on April i :- ., , t I ''- ''' '-
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tie Thursday.
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Santa Clara IL do P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673o,
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large 2
' Beach Nouse. One mile past the
Casino). Phone Balboa 1866. "t
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Houses
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FOR RENT -- New chalet,. 1
bedrooms, living-dining room,
maid's room. porch and garage.
Corner Paseo Cinceentenario'.
and ,7th Ave.' Coco del Mar ;
(See Franciscol. Tel. 3-1005.
FOR RENT Chalet throe bed,
rooms $17,5.00 fano' 9,
No. 40, Le Creeto., Phone 3-
Roms
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FOR RENT Furnished room.
couple without children. "L'I
Street No. 1241, opposite Leg's
lativo Palace.
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Gamboa
Members Of the Woman's Aux Aux.
. Aux. Mary of St. Simon's church tin
' Gamboa 'Will observe their anni anniversary
versary anniversary thia Sunday by making
a corporate communion at the,
' celebration 'slated for 7 cm,
' This will be a cholar eucharist
With sermon by the Bev. John
Spear, priest in charge, and spe spe-
- spe- cial procession.
After the service, which will
be attended by members of the
, International Bov Scouts in con connection
nection connection with the organization's
: lith artniversary, a coffee min minute
ute minute will take place in the parish

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''thit Rev. John Spear of

.' PETER'S
Soca .1
. '', With the Rev. John Spear of of,
, of, tiating, choral communion will
b celebrated at k St., Peter's
chtirch in La Boca 10;301t.m. to to,'
,' to,' morrow, 'the first Sunday after
Easter, conimonlyc4led Low
Sunday;
Me mid-week 'celebration' is
scheduled for 9:30 a.m. next Fri Fri,day,in
,day,in Fri,day,in Pedro Miguel as usual. i
Last Sunder. night the choir,
augmented' with several guest,
, singers, rendered the, ,cantate
"Olivet to Calvary" in, connec connection
tion connection with the Easter observance.
Well received by the congrega congrega.
. congrega. tion, the cantata told of the pu pu,
, pu, Mons and trial of Christ, leading
-:up to Ms erucifixfon. It was first
, presented by the choir three
years ago under the direction of
Mrs. Elise Davis, who was choir choir1""master
1""master choir1""master at the time.

,,, presented ny 'me cnoir tnree .,. rid: 7- ,
years ago under the direction of fur 'she epartiosn't",-itot:-on-a-t-er-,- 7, Tws -en,- .,..rittl."
I Mrs. Eliza Davis, who was choir- garage, etc. In front of Fa NM
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LOS ANGELES (UP) flDrarounts by the thyroid g an
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, "Dra, tnatic results" of a drug ni c k ktamed
tamed ktamed all" in treating alcoho alcoholic
lic alcoholic intoxication were described
Wednesday by, Dr, Henry Koch
Jr,, specialist in internal
eine at the University of Arixo Arixona
na Arixona and the Southwestern ,Clinic
Research Institute.
, Koch emphasized the drugtri drugtri.
. drugtri. odo-thyroninewas "still under
study.' But he said T3 appeared
to sdber up even the, most intox intox.
. intox. icated peron 1,vithitt a brief perio periood,
od, periood, eliminate hangovers and proved
effective in treatment of Oa Oa'
' Oa' tiara tremens easel.
, Koch described the drug to
newsmen touring research insti-'
tutions for the American Cancer
- Society
He said tests indicated thyrold
metabolism may be involved in
alcoholism. He pointed out 'r3
was manufactured in small a

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, Research Institute. J !became wide awake it 10 mm-II reroimutpuri

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' odo-thyroninewas "still under back to normal -, without a hang-1 , , ,
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1 study. But he said T3 appeared over.' '; '' ,, , ,. ., , , ,,,
- to sdber up even the, most intox- The drug also has been given' '
. Icated peron v.rithin a brief perio- some alcoholics from Vesv .. 'York's 1 ,,I ' .,.
. od eliminate hangovers and proved Skid Row. t , t '', ..

I .,. .' , effective in treatment ot ..: ueu- .,, It was empoasizeo. toe, urug uiul .. . ..- ,,. A maasa avAL a
1 .:-. ' tiara tremens easel. '',,','' not establish a cure for' alcohol-I :. .. -', ,- ..) -',.. '. and Mrs. RA
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- xoch described the drug to ism. mHowever,t,', Koch said, !'att.1 and:Mrs.'M
'' ' '' newsmen touring 'i i
, esearch instid er taking '11 for some t me, many!
. ....,,.... leading. .. ,.
Miss Roseml
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tutions for the American Cangerl patients drink less. Tbey feel less Et

Society bere.,,4--,, 0,-- 4,
' said tests 'indicated thyroid Arid, he added, "It's possible tot
International Jewelry , , ,.. ,3 ,..
. metabolism may be involved in Poole T3 table a mto your won't1 135 Central Ave. ', '-'' '
alcoholism. pointed ,' out T3 before drinking, and you won't
,- was manufactured in ," small a- get, drunk. Ara ANL u Ink la mai ' , 4 1

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. : . i ' ''. ' d','. '. second prize winners from the Airport Wednesday night while
, imit.21. 6 ,9 7 8 20,, 5 14 10 9 15 3,4 51, 5' le 5 6' '' Fliaitque Travel.-tervice 2 i ,, '14 .
; ' Tel. 2-1661 ."-, ' I '
, i ' ,- . ..:.! Panama area: MSgt. William olanes were searching for .,, hi
' 'mAl21 1 19 20 1, 2, 9 12, 9 28 9 14 1 12 15 2l 6-' '1, , 1, r, -. ''. ', : ,, Mandrell, Sp2 Harry K. West and He said the radio gave out
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's ,JUN412, 26 5, 1 12 1 15 111 11.4 4 22 ,5 14 20 01 13 '0 .' - , -. , ' '' 1 ' ' ,' ' nal Service: MSgt, .William B from Gander,. Newfoundland,,
' 'Juan ' .. 0 e . ,. - -- , - , : .. Freeze of the Medical Service Shannon. .. ,, '
II 't, I nolUtINTA 111011S1
' JULY 24.
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' plePlAs 23,45 ,,1 12 2Q 8 9 14 8 18, 5 ,1 ,39 9 14 7 Completely stsedern eonvealenees bi t ., ..,, 2.,. ', ..,. .' , .1 ,,-., ,,., 0,, ,, , ,. , ,, ., ,,... ) t .. , ,., .. , ,
, ocI.23 -,. ,,, I. , I Suttee and Bungalows, all with . 2.4,, , , ,., I ; : 1,, , , You're' invited to examine and admire the new
. private bath. Bet and eold water. , ,. ." ',,, t, ,' ' ' ,' , ,
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r with meals.- ,., - .. :re wilriipprecrcdeyour cal tvluch, wilt enable,its 150 cc We have, special duty-free prices.
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' Box 4459 , ,
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TELEPHONE 2-0740
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, Apaitments
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ATTENTION. IL 1.1 Jud built
modem tinolabsti austheouts. I,
2 bedroom& but. cold weft&
Pben Pamela 1-4941.
1
FOR RENT Twe,hedroom
.partment,' 2 hathsooms,
dining and living room, sopar-,'
: ate maid's room, with bath, bot
sten garage, unfurnished. lie
,high cool locality. all scVeened;
.in El Cangrsio. Telephoner, of of,
, of, lice bours 2-0321 after hours
, :
Reluctant spinster, bachelor,' or :
' well behaved couple to occupy
' elegant vacation home 'from A APril
Pril APril 15 to Italy 1st, cool, terri0,
fic, new. All services, huge bar0.1
gain,- Call 3-3387, between 5
and 7 p.m.. for appointment.
FOR RENT 0 Completely fur fur,
, fur, 'tidied, air' conditioned apart.
ment, Set, desirable.
dential section, 3 bedrooms.
t S250.00 for 3, months only.
Calf 3-4840. '4
FOR RENT -0-, Furnished apart-
ment, bedroom, livingroom,
ingroom, ,porch, kitchen, beauti0
ful view, centrally located. ceol,
quiet. Phone 3-0276, 3.0811.
FOR RENT ,,-, Beautiful, mod. ',,
ern' furnished two bedroom 'a,
'moment. Good 'residentini are&
' Reasonable price. Peril Avenue
No. 37-20, '
FOR RENTNodern, spacious,
fumished three bedroom apart-.
mutt. Peru 'Avenue No. 37-20.
, FOR RENT A-- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool, clean, gas stove, row,
; frigerator, garage .182 Via 11"'
, Forms, UP Francisco.. Phone 3.
POR RENT Furnished, apart.
ment, living room. bed room,
kitchen "and bath) $65.00.; Inv
linitOr 4th My Ave, mar :
Swift Co.'v or phono, Hopkins,
Balboa ,2966:,,,',"A
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FOR RENT', Clean and corn corn,
, corn, fortable furnished apartment or-
room., beautiful residential aoc-
tion 43rd Street No.' 13.
FOR RENT Army 'inspected
furnished ene' bedroom:- apart-. y
iota. hit tonVenientes, ilth- of
'', July Ave. Phone 2-2081. 2.
1.140.- s .
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FOR RENT -,0 Two ,, ortroom
&ointments, garage. mahl'a room,
';hot water,,yely coot. Campo As
loges pad laila Vista. Phone 30,
5024. "L
:
FOR RENT 0, Modem .; apart-,
moot, furnished, with AI
olioncrn, Hoop, hot water, 'etc..
'Phono 3-5356, 95th 'strait
47 (former 9th strootY.
'; FOR RENT Two room
furnished apartmont, loot water, ';
garage, etc. In front of Pananna
' Hest $110:00. Tel.
coholics
0 01
mounts by the thyroid gland.
The impact, of, the,. drug was
demonstrated in itd use on a
youth -to had "passea out" aft after
er after drinking,I18 martinis, Koch
, ,
The physician said that after
taking one '11 tablet, the youth
became wide awake tn 10 min minutes.
utes. minutes. A second pill brought him
back to normal without a hang hangover4
over4 hangover4
The drug also has been given
some alcoholics from NeW.york's
'Skid Row. t ,
, It was imphaized the, drug did
not establish a cure for' alcohol alcoholism.
ism. alcoholism. However," Koch said,, aft after
er after takingT8 for some time, many
patients drink less. They feel less
need to 1
And, he added, vIt's possible to
pool& 111 table a mto your won't
before drinking, and you won't
get, drunk.'
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BARDONe N Streei MORRISON-4th et July Ave J IL LEWIS SEEVICEAre. Tivoli Se 4 PARMACI ES1ADOS LINIDOS-141 Centrel Ave
PARMACIA L1122-1114 Centre). Avenue 1101ISFHOLD PECTIANOR-41 Fe de te 081a Ave.Ne.41 FOTOPOMY--Jette Aresemette Ave end 38 SI PA101...,AciA
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Automobiles
FOR SALE 'Century Buick 4
doors. hardtop, 2 ton's,- male,
etc. Only 10,000 miles. Call 31
'5504 at' anytime-
FOP SALE 1956 FOrd Oen-
oortible; Ford-a-Indic. dutl
paid. 1954'as ttada-iki'Phone
Albrook 5240. 1, -0
FOR SALE 1957 Chavrekt
, -deo, poworglide. Moose
1508-B Areil Rai
boa, , t
FOR $ALE 1951 Oldsmobile,
sedan, perfect running condi.
, tiers. International jewelry. Tel.
, 2-2316.
F011 SALE -- 1956 English Ford
convertible. Automatic top. Blue,
Balboa 1718. '
, POR SALE 1956 Ford 9 pas..
senger Country Sedan,, Fordomm.,,'
tic, powersteering;
warm. 11,000 miles. t Eason
,', FOR SALE Late' 1956 Olds
mobile j, l'Super88" hardtoii,,
Two-tone, improved 'kycframatic,
power brakes, dual, exhausts,
' WSW tires, padded lnotrument
panel, radio, undercoating. LOW
C U
mileage, perfect condition. a
f telephone ICZ-2 1604 working
hours. ' n ",',
FOR SALE ,--,, 1952 Studebaker
, commander 8, hydromatic trans.:
mission,' nil' run 3,1,000 miles,
d'uty paid, car was stored for 3
:years. Phonl Mr Hopkins. at 2.,
3423 Panama or Balboa 1966.
FOR SALE 4953 Hardtop
two-door Mercury. Mariomatic,
radio. beater,' Nevt valves, rings,
excellent rubber. A4 condition.
679ra00. Call 'Balboa 1304 be.
tween, 5-6 p.m.
, FOR SALE 1950 De-luxe
' Pontiac convertible. 8-cylinders.
Excellent condition.' All moral.
livdromatic Call Fort
Robb 8445230.
1
FOR SALE --; Buick Dyneflosc-.
Hard -top ,onvertible, 44 ,,195021.,
model, duty Only S300.00
or host offer. Owner loosing.
Phone Panama
office hours.
, FOR SALE 1956 Morris Con-(-'
, vertiblo in gmt shags. 10,509
, miles, Brand new nylon tog.
Asking $780.00., May be sun
anytime 250-D. Coco Solo.' i
FOR SALE 1955 Ford Fair
lane Convertible, 1.91. Fordo.,
triaticRadie red and white. Ex..
iellen condition, leaving loth
mos, 91295.00. Call Fort Clay.
v ton 87-724k after COO' ',
'BE
Ew Cat11011
sAmenats,
'Model Nr!
With' F 1.2 Lens
ranam
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avolira
leading'
r,.
'CAMERAS',
.
International jewelry
- 155 Central Ave.
?LIM INSURANCE.
. : : s : can:
;
' JIM RID6E'. :'.
General 'Agent,.
' 'Gibraltar, Life Ins. Co:,
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2.0552
LIMA'
: EXCURSION
,L April 11 to 10, ;958
Fidanque Travel-Servito
Tel. 2-1661
Hotel: HOLLAND 110ES1'
5 mins. trent the heart et
San Jos, Costa Rica (
Completely, modern eenvealeneee bi
Suite, and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Bet and eold water.
Frice,::$6 and, dt
with meals.,
N Cosmopolitan kitcltei
, Hors riding.
For reservations IN CO.
Box 4459
manager: Bill and Eimer Jaspers

s' wel. ranama 241552 1111 : 1 sL 6 1L AL

, L INA. ix,j 1 11 , , , ' - "' , fish. With the group were Col. SHANNON,, Ireland (UP),---ma'
, r-2 , Stielsu, Maj. Josenh Brigand! of Conrad,. 55-year-old, Atlantic ,sol
,t, .1-- April 11 to 10, 1958 ,, , I the Comptroller's Office' and the flyer, landed safely at S hanno
' Fidanque Travel,Servica ,; , second prize winners from the Airport Wednesday nightwhile 2
, t
Tel. 2-1061 , .:,! Panama area: MSgt, William olanes were searching for
- L : Mandrel', Sp2 Harry K. West and He said' the radio gave out 0
' 1 '. Pfc'., Robert Harris,, Of the Sig- the riper Apache he WAS flyin
, , , nal Service: MSgt,,.William from Gander,. Newfoundland,, t
Hotel: HOLLAND 1101iSt '' ', Freeze' of the Medical Service Shannon. '
', mins. from so heart of , 4. ) 41'w- ) 4404 ) -- 1 1
, 1'
, Please dial, Tel. Lait:..!,) 'for rom t .attention I
"
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, an os osta Ica ( - v P P, LAI:A1311v. 1 i A eCOO 1 LLi:) -
, Ike
,
Su teo and Bungalows, all with .. 2. ,,,,, :
"", : You're') ed examine and adMiii the' new 1
private bath. Bet and eold water. t , ,
1 ,
1 'prige:' $6 and, ..;,.....LAMERETTA. Italian -Motoscocters, 125 co
,
with meals tre tviiritpprecrate your colt wIttch, unit enable us - 1 so 1,VA ,havt44 neCiai diltlirAA nrinPg

11 Boots 6: Motors,

FOR SALE 15' 71' Cabin
beat 12 HI. motet, haiku, and
' equipment $350.00. Cali 83-
4128 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.,
FOR SALE II' outboard calr-'
, truism. ad 35- H.P. lain lain-
- lain- rude 1957 motor.. Ca 6-754
atter 5:00 p.m. w l
FOR SALE A 12 H. Flywoott
boat, with a 3 .H.P. time&
gine, has only boon used I
times, good for Trolling in ths
' Canal. House 4177 Ave. -7 Lao
Amoricat Cherrera.
:7Rea'l Estate'
,
NURRY't HURRY,- t
You Fort Charlotte
DON'T FORGET:
t $200 peo lot on 'May' 1st..
',GET YOUR ORDERS IN NOW!!!
Insidft less 80e125 S795. Cor:'
,, nem', larger, $995. SIO down,.
.r$111 Month. Margaret 11( Nap.
dY' Abuse's Realty 2541 NW
'', St.e Miami, Floric
FOR 'SALE Perin 43 acres.'
fencedRunning wateri.6 mil's
from Owners., Phone Comm.
do 2238.,
FOR SALE 5 hectors.. ,ot
land, half hour from city, frolt,,,,J,
trees, crash, Mc. For information
phone 3-5356.
,
Rep. Thomas S.. Gordon, chair chairman,
man, chairman, of the House Foreign Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Committee and 'Rep. Tor Torbert
bert Torbert 11. MacDonald, a .4-Aember of
the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee, are among
the 57 passengers booked to, sail
for' New York today aboard ,the
Panama liner Cristobal.
The two congressmen, who are
aicoMpanied by their wives, are
mating a; round-trip voyage ?on
the Cristobal. They' have spent
the pastlwo days on' the Isth Isthmus."
mus." Isthmus." 0
,
Passengers, scheduled to sail
I rom Cristobal for Port-auPrince,
'Haiti are Mr. and' Mrs.
Tom Faust and Mrs. Katherine
Jones.. 4 :
The complete advance-passenger
-list for New York follows: ',
Mrs. H. B. Atkinson,' Miss lAn
ra B. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs.' Far M.
Brown, Henry R., Chevrolet, Mr.
and Mrs., Leslie H., Dill; Mr. end
Mrs. Sam, Glass,, the Honorable
Thomas S. Gordon and Mrs. Gor Gordon,'
don,' Gordon,' Mr.- and Mrs. Harold t M.
Gottlieb,, Mrs. Lena Bo Graham,
DV. andltrt. Fletcher R. Greg Gregory,,
ory,, Gregory,, Mr.Malcolm. A. Johnston
Jr., Mrs. Maria ,L.. Keller, Dr.
Robert L: Koenig, DUnCan Laird,
Mrs. Josephine Loretto' and Mr.
and Mrs., Harold Luckman.
The Honorable Torbert H,
MacDonald and Mrs; MacDonald,
Mr. and Mrs' Arthibald C. 3 Mc McKillop,
Killop, McKillop, Mr. an'd Mrs, Theodore D.
Melanson,, Mr,. and Mrs. ,Charlee
E. Miller, James, Patterson,. Miss
Doris Alice Schlafly,- Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Smith, Mr.. and ,Mrs,
Malcolm D. Spirming,. Mr.1 and
Mrs. Robert Steinmetz,Dr.' and
Mrs. Charles A. S,weet, Mrs; Es Esther
ther Esther V. Sly': t, Richard : W.
Thompson, ,Mr. ,and Mrs., H.
Underwood, Mrs. Emma H. Vick,.
er3r,, Dr. and -Mrs. R. T. Wehger,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Samuel Wilkes, Mr.
and Mrs. Roger A. Wolcott, Mr,
s.nd: Mrs. 'Michael Zombory, and
Miss Rosemarie Zwygart. :

,
Panama L no
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.;:9URADVEQTI.ER

Wit a view toward improving' ,ServiCe and .correcting
irregularities .that tiociur, involuntarily, from time to time,
TIIE PANAMA,' AMERItAN has established te.special

Veiviiritp

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE AKC irogisiforo4
Boston Torrior pups. OvoraN
6251' Los Rios, Phone 2567.'
FOR SALE 2, single springs
like new 610.00 sack,: Mona-,
ye paintings, 2 new Ecuadorian
rugs 7x9 and evn Is. House
, 6333A, Los Rios. :
FOR SALE Ladies spring auit
jig 20, Girls spring coat, soze
k 12,- Mon's spring coat size 3E,
, ,Yaeget Kodak 8 mm movie,
camera.,Telephone Balboa' 2494.,
FOR,SALE Double bed frame,,
foam maftress. log Scout
fornt, size 10, Pathos 1794.,
FOR SALE used mahopny
and steel desks in perfect Gen.:-
dition, pity reasonable prices.'.
Call Panama 2-2517 26th
Enst No. 10, near Presidents
Theater. '-:,
,, FOR SALE --, Soda fountain anti
tottaurant vary good place.
,2-0035.
, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY''
OFFERS VALVES FOR SAL!
Seale!! Ma, for opining in pub..,
Ite, will bo roceived until 10:30
a.m., April 111. 1951, in the of.,
fire of Superintendent, Store..
hous Branch, Balboa. for valves.
wator, 6" and 8" IPS.'
: tion No. S-58-405 may bit ob.:,
, 'rained from office of Superin:.
tandent, Storehouse
telephOne 14086.
FOR SALE o Puppies,' five
weeks old. Mother springer
spaniel, padre distinguido males
$10.00. females S5.00. Parakeet
, $500. Foot t locker $5.00.
Norge electric stove, good con-
dition $95.00 Telephone Fan Fanama
ama Fanama 3-5608,
, PPR SALE .0-'11 Nene ice
hex. Phone Panama 1-4190. :
o,
FOR SAL Kenmore auterna,
bk washer,", 1Sib asoacifle
only rettonths.:,t- Just like now.
Will sacrifice for $125.00,, Cost
$240 PM Call Anook ; 6,
2225.' Can be seen. Qtn.1111211,
Albrook. e
FOR SAL TV-RCA', 24"
smut, conselo 6 25-60 cycles'
, 11957 model Sacrifice. Retisse Retissesio,
sio, Retissesio, rotoAroil '"400" aceant
t condition, $20. Call Navy 3781;
0,.P PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFEIIS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
, SALE i .4
&salmi fot fining 111 Pub-
lic, will he roceived sontil 1040
cm, April It, 1958, in tho
Vice of Suporintendent, ',, Store-
, hods' Branch,' lialboa,', for parts l
fors starting and ,lighting ova. -;
tom; holster; trailer; toad roll.
or: jalousie; wolding machine;
sompressor;, digger', cram car,;,
and mai, maintainer:, and 'OP,
" fittings. Invitation No. S-51-402
may bt obtained frens office of
Superintendent, Store house
Branch, telephone 2-1086.
I Qcilifistic. E4loysn' int' I
Deport able mai
,
",durint 114 'and August. Refer Referencia
encia Referencia required. 213-A 'Amon.
Tel: flial.4424.
, EGYPT CLAIMS OIL',STRIKE
, CAIRO (UP) Minister of, In.
dustry ,Azis Sulky said today' the
discovery of a newitod field 'in
thp Sinai' Desert is a "turning
point" for his country's induatrial
development; Sidky said the fields
will Ilenable Egypt to become
self-sufficient,and even 'an export.
er olf oil", t,1

p ricrafereTtliTvItIc hTiv-111-e'n'able, us

Hon;e Articles'
FOR Silt Small apartment
grand piano 5800; Else Console
sewing ) machina 880; owner' )
kaving. Curundo 5187.
FOR SALE Stock typo West Westinphouso
inphouso Westinphouso washer and dryer, new,
' $350.00. Call 2-2451, 2-25112.'
Transport', Baxter.
FOR SALE -- Electric Oak mod model
el model soWing machine. Ikenmere
,', tank type vacuum sweeper. 1952)
Morris Minot convertible., Al Al:
: Al: brook 7132.
,FOR SALE Modern dining
room set, formica bar. double
beds, ,Set. mahogany dresser,
, cabinets toe, can be seen any
' time. 4th Street No. 26, Minn'.
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receptions and sightseeing end ended
ed ended -Thursday-morning for four
enlisted men from U. S. Army
Forces Antilles and Military Dis District
trict District of Puerto Rico, who won the
Panama trip 'for submitting the
best suagestions under,the com command's
mand's command's second -Project Paydirt
military' contest.
LeaVinr for 'Puerto ',Rico by
MATS 'plane, were Sfc. Angelo
Persi of thelyort Buchanan pho photo
to photo lair,' Sic., Francis, W. Fowl of
the Antilles QUartermaster Of Office;'
fice;' Office;' Sp3 Richard L. Wood and
Pfo..Nonnan L. Kelley, both of
the, Antilles Signal Office. An Another
other Another winner, misgt. William, J.
Sammis, post 'sergeant major of
Fort Buchanan, was unable to
make' the Panama trip.
As guests of the command the
visitors toured military installa installations
tions installations on both sides of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, met with Maj. Oen. Thomas-
L, Harrold, USAROARIB com comMandinCgeners,1,;
MandinCgeners,1,; comMandinCgeners,1,; to yeceive his
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ed .-:Thursdar morning ; for, four deeprsea fishing to trips to his- On :Easter Sunday: the':guests
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congratulations a n d sampled
tourist attractions ranging frOM
deeprsea fishing to trips to his historic'
toric' historic' landmarks in, Panama..
They' arrived In the corn.
nand April 2, aboard the U.S.
Gibbins, with 'five Pena Penama
ma Penama area Project Paydirt win winners
ners winners who were returning front
a trip to Puerto Rico. Lt. Col.,
R. 11.1, Townsend, deputy post
'commander, Fort Gulick, wel welcoined
coined welcoined the visitors on behalf of
Harrold and introduced IVI6Sgt.
John Scott of the USARCARIB
Comptroller Office, their es-,
cort.
En: route to their nuarters,at
Fort Amador, the soldiers made
stopovers at Madden. Dam and
Las Cruces trail. Their 'first af afiternoon's
iternoon's afiternoon's agenda included a wel welcome
come welcome from' Lt. Col. Walter E.
Stielau, execntive officer in the
, Comptroller's Office, and a tour
lwhich took, them to Quarry
Heights and Ancon Hill.
- Thursday's trip for the Puerto
Rico winners began at Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, where they were greeted by
Cbl. R. W. Garrett, Commanding
officer of the ist Battle Group,
120th Infantry, before viewing
Port Kobbe facilities. They visit visited
ed visited Miraflorea Locks, Albroolg Air
Force Base and Fort Clayton
with Sgt. Stuart Witty of the
Comptroner's Office, who was
the day's escort.
That evening the visitors ap appeared
peared appeared on CFN's Panorama pro-,
gram and were interviewed by
Zn3 Joe Daly. Later a studio,. tour
WaS arranged, ,
Friday was a free day for the
winners.' Bright and early Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning they boarded tiro
J-boats. for a trip on Panamn
Bay, which netted more than 40
fish. With the group were Col.
Stielau, Maj. Josenh Brigand! of
the Comptroller's Office- and the
second prize winners from the
Panama area: MSgt.
Mandrell, Sp2 Harry K. West and
Pfa., Robert Harris, of the Sig Signal
nal Signal Service: MSgt, 'William B.
Freeze of the Medical Service

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and Sgt. Pascua! IC-Perez-BJ(4
of the Transportation Service. I
On Easter Sunday the guests'
attended ,church r services and
spent the day in the homes, of
friends.. , ,
The princ pal' activityl
clay was a tour of Panama CI
ty and obtiying' suburbs, in...
eluding a st9p at the ruins of
1( Old Panama. That afternoon
was devoted to shopping. Miss
Janet W. Gifford, staff service,
club director, was their escort.
The Atlantic side of the Isth.
mus occupied the Antilles wilt--
ners all day Tuesday. Col. Clines
Perez, Army Atlantic command.
er, was host or the trip. Thtv
guided, tour ,included Gatun
Locks, Fort Ban Lorenzo, the
Jungle Warfare Training Center,
Fort Davis,' the USARCARla
School, Cristobal and Colon.
Members, 'of the group,. were
lunchecal guests at the school. '-,
' By- special arrangement the
soldiers were able to make a ten
through, the Gaillard Cut of the
Panama Canal Wednesday morn morning
ing morning on the official inspection
boat., Panama Canal personnel
gave historical data and pointed
out interesting phases of Canal
operations. Escort' for the trip
was Mrs. Margaret Rainey, Fort
Cla,3rton service club director.
On the retorw to Fort Ame
dor the group stopped at ,tha
Gamboa Golf aub and Sum-
mit Gardens.
That', afternoon Harrold ',re ',received
ceived ',received the men in his office and
expressed appreciation for, the
interest they showed in submit submitting
ting submitting time and money saving
ideas to Project Paydirt.,

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This weather rport for the 24
.hours eliding 8 a.m. today, Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Bydrographic Branch of the
Pananii Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal
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TEMPERATURE:
High 92 , 87
:Low ,74 81
HUMIDITY:
High 90 83
, Low 52 71
WIND:.
-(max, Mph) NIY-13 NE-23
RAIN (inches) Ai 0
WATER TEMP:
(Inner barbors) SO k 85

12:04 p.m.

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of lonely Women- and men it war.

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HAVANA (trF):-Cuban
, dragged three prominent Catholic
ACtiOn youth leaders from a
, boarding house, tortured them and
then shot them to death in their
purge of rebel sympathizers this
, week, it was reported todaY.
Discreet bbrial notices disclosed
the deaths. Roman Catholic sour sour.
. sour. tes said the three were dragged
by police from a boarding house
in suburban Vedado last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night following a rebel raid
on the national armory. :
;' Hours later their 'Stripped; tor
lured and bullet ridden bodies
were claimed by relatives.,
The three) idenigied as Luis
, Morales MuScelier,..44an Fernan
dez Duque and Ciro Hidalgo Pe Pe,
, Pe, rez, were prominent in Catholic
'Action in Santiago, hotbed of the
,Cuban revolution. Morales has
, two brothers and a sister who are
fin religibus orders.. ,
Catholics Express Concern'
,
Catholic circles expressed "deep
, leoncern" about the action.
Havana returned to outward
hormality Friday afternoon after
two bombs exploded in the city
rriday morning. There were tm.

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CIUDAD TRUJILLO, April 12
flttl12).---The Dontinidan Repub Repub.
. Repub. lie,' which. broke relations witli
"Argentina yesterday,' anonunc anonunc,
, anonunc, ed that ousted ex President
'Juan Peron, is welcome to
stay in this 'country as long as
he likes4,,
, A government' statement said
Peron's Dominican visa has
been extended indefinitely be-,
cause Argentine government
interterence has ',made it im impossible
possible impossible fot bini to get permis permis,
, permis, -)Ion to go 'elsewhere. ,
i The communique charged
'that' Julio Regre, who had been
:acting as Argentine charge d'-
Mires here since Ja11119,ry,
yas actually' a, secret police policeman
man policeman assigne41 to "ger Peron.
The Argentine , government
) Announced Nednesday It had
. l'auspendedl, irelations with the
, Dominican Republic and order ordered
ed ordered its ambassador out of Bile Bilenos
nos Bilenos Aires. t,,
Authorities here retaliated
- yesterday, prdering the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine enVoy' lo leave within 24
hours. The Argentine,. who al-,
readY had lbeen called home by
, governmentwleft at 2 p1n.

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6:04 p.m.

confirmed reports of violence rag ragmg
mg ragmg in other Cuban cities.
Early Friday the army an.
pounced it had isolated the "main
body'of rebel forces in the moun.
tains of eastern Cuba.
In Miramar, a plush. suburb of
Havana,.a Cuban Air Force plane
crashed -at dawn into a row of
12 houses. The pilot and another
man in the plane were killed.
Thirteen persons, including a fire,
man and two policemen,, were in injured.
jured. injured. 4
A communique said the 'plane's
engine failed shortly after it took
off from the Camp Columbia mil military
itary military air, base. It fell about 500
yards beyond the airport, and its
gasoline tanks exploded.1
Police arrested two persons try trying
ing trying to rob be damaged homes
and detained three reporters and
photographers at the scene brief briefly.
ly. briefly. The newsmen were rtileat,4
after showing, their credentials
and teceived apologies from po.
lice, ,
, No Damage Done
The two bombs 'that went off
in the greater Havana area yester yesterday
day yesterday morning did not do any dam.
age. .
a Many points bi Cuba'S interior
still were isolated by cut tele telephone
phone telephone 'and lelegraph lines.
There were reports of violence
in the cities of Santa. Clara, Ma Maranzas,
ranzas, Maranzas, Moron and Sanctus Spiri Spiritus,
tus, Spiritus, among others, but they could
not be confirmed.
A serious clash was reported in
Sagua La Grande, in Las Villas
province, but it could not be con confirmed
firmed confirmed either.. ;
The U.S. Einbassy.issued a for-1
mat statement denymg any plan
to get the estimated 10,000 Ameri American
can American citizens resident, Cuba out
of the country

Army Captain Find
For Hailing Korean
Sneak Thief In Box

SEOUL; Korea (UP)--A 1LS.
Army captain Friday-receive,' an
official reprimand and a 41,200
fine for nailing an 11-year.old Ko Korean
rean Korean boy in a box and ordering
him transported 25. miles away in
a 'helicopter., b
Capt., Mairvin L Kemp, 34, of
Kilmbchael, Miss., pleaded guilty
of two charges of assault and il illegal
legal illegal confinement.
"I regret the incident very
much," he told the eight-man
court-'"And I certainly won't let
it happen again. I am very sorry
for ,the 'consternation I have
caused my,family.
1 The court, which deliberated in
hour before handing down its sen sentence,
tence, sentence, also ordered 'Kemp re removed
moved removed from' a command position
for six months..

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He was one of two officers and
a sergeant charged with mistreat mistreating
ing mistreating Kim Choon 11, who was
caught -stealing from their unit.
They subjected him to Indignities,
shaved and tarred 'his Awed,
nailed him in a woodenk box and
flew him to another base 1 25
miles away.. :
The other' iifficer, Maj. Thomas
G. James, 40, of Plymouth, Pci
accepted, pimishment under the
tmiform code of military justice
and escaped court-martial.
Sgt. Robert E. Weidnsaul,
32, of Pottstown, Pst.,'still was to
be tried by a,,, special court.
martial. f '45
Kemp said he acted because
Korean police lurned loose every
sneak thief caught stealing.

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LONDON (UP).DeathS frOM
lung cancer in 'Britain crept up upward
ward upward again in 1957 by about 3V2-
per cent, the Registrar general
announced today.
,
The office said deaths of med
increased from 726 per million in
1956 to 759 per millidn in 1957.
The figure for women increased
from 111 to 116 per million.
,The Registrar General made no
statement about possible connec connections
tions connections of the death rate Increase
with smoking,,or about the causes
of cancer at all. The report' Nvas
a strict, statistical survey.
It showed that' 33 per cent of
deaths, from cancer among men
were dub to lung cancer. Only' 6
per cent of ivomen's deaths from
cancer wer ascribed to this
eause. In all, 50,045 men and 43,.
962 women died from cancer dur during
ing during the year, the report said.
It showed a' continued drop b
the tuberculosis death rate; a de
creas0 of more than 12 per cent
in 1337. The death rate in Britain
from respiratory tuberculosis has
fallen by 79 per' cent in the 10
years from 1947' to 1957, the re-i
,
The rate for- matetnal mortal.
ity waS the lowest ever recorded
in Britain, 0.47 per thousand
births, the report saiO

.''" ,1 (NEA Telephoto)
CUBAN REBELS SURRENDER The Cuban Army General Headquarters released this photck
said to show more than 30 rebels that surrendered in the Sierra Maestra sector of -Oriente
Province. They were reported to have given up when'eut, off and because they lacked suP suPMeanwhile,
Meanwhile, suPMeanwhile, downtown.Havana was rocked by widespread shooting and bombings, Ob-,,
servers said it appeared that the rebel's all-out offensive against the govermnerit was urider-,
waY ' - :

. ,
AFTER ,REBEI,- HAM, 'Policemen,learch the area,in downtown Havana where rebel forces
staged a hit-and-run attack..,The rebels, threw several bombs,.sabotaged the city's power sys system
tem system and temporarily seized subizrban radio ltation. tiWithin At few hours of the outbreak,
the government 'declared the situation undet control. ,

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WASHINGTON (UP)The gov
ernment reported yesterday' that
personal income and retail sales
two key economic barometers
continued to decline in March, but
at a slower rate than earlier in
the year. 4.,
'Government economists promPt'
ly cited the statistics along with
the uneMploymept and employ employment
ment employment 'figures released earlier this
week as providing fresh evidence
that the, genera business slump,
although, continuing, has started
to level 'off.
, The Commerce Department 'said
personal income, last month ran, at
an annual rate of 2341,500,000,000t
about 300 dollars below
the February rate.
' The decline was due Id a drop
of $1,100,000,000 in salaries-, and
wages to an annual rate
2233,500,000,000. In February, the
salary-wage total slumped $2,600,-
000,000.
The March drop in salary' and
wage payments was partly offset
by rises in other types of in inThe
The inThe department estimated retail
sales last month at 215,400,000,000
a drop of I per cent below Febru February
ary February and of 2 per cent below
March, 19597. The department
called the March decline moder moderate.
ate. moderate.
Other economic developments:',
3---The White Muse announced
that President' Eisenhower would
,not 'act until next week on the
multi-billion dollar anti-recession
highway and public works bills.
It said the President had not yet
received complete reports from
the, government ',departments in involved,'
volved,' involved,' ),
Former President Truman
took issue with the President ,on
the means of combatting the re
cession. Asked upon his arrival
here for congressional hearings
next week. if he believed consum consumers
ers consumers could "buy their way out of
the recession" 4,,as Disenboner
suggested, Trirsman replied 'Ihn
they've got te work 'to get out of
In Chapel Hill, N.C.; Federal
Budget... Director...Maurice
1Stans said the country could-be
wrecked l'hy financial irresponqi:
bility just Its much aa by milk
tary carelessness." He 'called 14

government economy and a go goslow
slow goslow approach to tax cuts.
A opokesman for the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic advisory countlits commit committee
tee committee on economic policy said at
least some of its 22 members
were certain to come out. in fa favor
vor favor of a tax, cut.
f;-'rhe National ,Grange called
for an immediate anti-recession
tax cut. The farm organization
also expressed' opposition to
kadministration's "wait 0 and see"
policy on shoring tip the economy.
The Commerce Department at attributed
tributed attributed the decline in, salarier
and wages :last month, priment?
to cutbacks in manufacturing,
particularly in durable goods Imo
dustries.
- This decline we's partially :oft
set by an increase in farm in income
come income and higher government pay payments
ments payments 4,1of such items as; unem unemployment
ployment unemployment Compensation benefits.
Sinet.;anuary, the annual wage
selarT.' rate has clechned, 0,400,-
000,000. p

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WASHINGTON (UP)--The NavY
discosed yesterday it' had solved
the problem of firing Polaris mis missiles
siles missiles from deeply submerged sub submarines
marines submarines ,by using a pop ,upv
launcher.
, It also said its new bush.hush
anti.submarine missilethe Sub Subroccould
roccould Subroccould be fired from a sub.,
merged sub into the air.to hit an another
other another submerged sub' 25 to 50
Miles alkay. 7
Rear Adm. F. Raborn,' di.
rettor 'of the Polaris program,
told a Navy ,League Seapower
Symposium th& 'Ipop up" launch.
et could accurately fire a 1,500-
mile range Polaris from sub run running
ning running "quite deep's below the surface-
, -
Once' above the ocean's 'surface',
the missiles' rocket engines would

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NICOSIA, Cyprus (UP)--T h e
underground EOKA (Unionawith
Greece) organization warted, yes yesterday
terday yesterday it would resume 'its camo
aign of violence unless the British
treated prisoners better.
A letter addressed to British
Gov.- Sir Hugh Foot and- signed
by ,EOICA leader Col. George said
the attacks would be ordered "on
English persons', if he tolerated
' continued "maltreatment and tor torture"
ture" torture" of arrested persons.
"Yom bear entire responsibility
for the., medieval and dishonest
methods employed by intelligence
inquisitor, theoleaflet taid.
' Several bombs exploded at Brit
ish, institutions in Nicosia Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and 200 persons marched on
Government' House to protest the
detention of 600 Greek Cypriots iti
British prisons.
Greek Cypriot.; shops closed in
' two-hour' general strike in a
similar protest, ,'
Other bombs exploded during
the, night at IThekelia,' and in
Paphos. There was some aamage
but no 'report of casualties.

scribed the 'Polaris as a "wholly
new concept" in weapons devel development
opment development that does not infringe on
the role of any other mihtary
Mct.roy said earlier this month
that it was "not 'out of bounds as
a possibility", that Polaris.firing
submarines might be placed un.
der the same command as A i r
Force strategic bombers. A i r
Force Secretary James H. Doug.
las bad cited the Polaris earlier
as a weapon where "wasteful dup.
lication" might be involved,
Reborn said a relatively small
number, of Polaris submarines
-could. send dozens of the 11.bomb
loaded missiles crashing down on
enerhy targets within 15 miniftes
after firing. He said the sums
after firing. He said the sub,.
locate" because of their depth..
Rear Adm. Roy L. Johnsorf,
chief' of' the-Navy's -Iong.range
planrdng staff, said development
of the Subroc was leaving, the lab.

.
, Reborn, in an apparent retort planrdng staff, said development
to Defense Secretary Neil M. Mc. of the Subroc was leaving, the lab.
Elroy and the Air ,Force, de. oratory stage.

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Houxwoop (uP) Lana
Turner's 14 year old daughter,
Cheryl, was found by a coroner's
jury yesterday to have committed
"justifiable homicide" when she
plunged a butcher knife into John Johnny
ny Johnny Stompanato, her mothe r's
jealous and violent lover.
The verdict was returned swift swiftly
ly swiftly after the 10 men and 2 women
heard Lana swear that Cheryl
killed Stompanato after she heard
him tell the actress she would
hop and jump for him tor he
would cut,her beautiful face.
Stomptsitto, 32, a Hollywood
hoodlum who had romanced Lana
from Etirope to Mexico to the
movie capital the past few
months, also threatened to mur murder
der murder the actress, her mother and
Cheryl, Miss Turner said.
The blonde Lana, weepin g,
trembling and clenching lier fists
on the witness stand, told a cor coroner's
oner's coroner's inquest that Cheryl Plunged
the knife into the six foot ex exMarine's
Marine's exMarine's stomach so fast she nev never
er never even saw the blade.' i
,
' Must Appear In Court

, The inquest 'verdict does not
formally affect Cheryrs legal
position. She still must appear at
a Juvenile Court hearing on April
24 when it will be determined
wiiether or not to, prosecute her
and, on what charge. She is now
being held on suspicion of mur.
der., ; ,
But Friday's finding will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be taken into acoount
by the district attorney's office
which also could drop the case as
justifiable homicide and free,the
girl entirely, .5, ,,
Miss Turner's testimony was
the highlight of it circus like
hearing which,' saw a spectator
jump up to shout that Cheryl was
in love ,with Stompanato herself
and bit of comic relief when
racketeer, Mickey ,Cohen refused
to identify the sla'.11 man as
Stompanato he be charged
with murder.
But the courtroom, was hushed
as Lana got to the events just
preceding her lover's death. ,She
said they had been arguing vim'
lently in front of Cheryl and then
she and Stompanato went to her
pink bedroom.

Lane Testifies

i

"He got violent and all I kept
saying was, ',There's no use talk talking
ing talking any further, but 'I can't go
on like this and I want you to
leave me alone.'
"He grabbed me 'by the arm
and Mr. Stomp anato started
shaking 'ine and cursing me bad badly
ly badly and saying no matter what I
did or how I tried to' get away,
he would never let Me.
"He said that if he said for me
to ,jump, I would jump, and if he
said for meto hop, I would have
to hop, would even cut my
face ,or cripple ale.
"And beyond, that he would kill
me and my daughter and my
mother..And 'he said, no matter
what, he would get me wherever
it would hurt the most,' and that
would be my daughter and my
mother.

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' Memorial services will be held
tomorrow at 10 o'clock at .lardin
de Paz 4,srer the, remains of Mrs.
Evelina C. Schwartz who died in
Fort Henning. Gap ,
Mrs. Schwartz, wife of Sgt. Ed Edwin
win Edwin B. Schwartz, was well known
while they were stationed at Fort
Clayton and she was employed for
many years as supervisor, over over,seas
,seas over,seas telephone,' at Tropical Radio.
Besides,her husband she is sur survived
vived survived by it son, Milton, her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Adeline Campbell, sisters
MEL Adeline Phillips of Albany,
Ga., Mrs. Richard E. Vogel of
brothers Herbert, George and Ator
Mexico CRY, formerly Of Golf
Heights, Mrs. Irene Chang, and
ris Campbell. ' ',

Polciris
aur)her

He' said the -called rater-to:dr-to-water
missiles would be
ty
carr' d by nuclear submarines
equi ped with sonar and other de
tec 'on devics.:,under develop developNaval
Naval developNaval officers described the
Subroc as' the U.S. answer to pos possible
sible possible enemy development of a Po Polaris
laris Polaris type missile.
. However, Johnson said ballistic
'missiles would be museless" for
the precise and discriminating de delivery
livery delivery of nuclear weapons needed
in a' limited war. ., ' ,1
'Be said there was no substitute
for precise boinbing by manned
aircraft to ir war of '"Iimited ob objectives"the
jectives"the objectives"the kind of war that Is
more likely now than an all-cut
conflict. ., i,
- "It lust doesn't make sense to
think m terms-of throwing a lot
of ntegatons over the -countryside
where we have a lot of friends
or potential friends involved," be
Baid. ,,. -s',

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(Copyrighted photo by the ,Los Angeles Mirror-News,j I
' , from NSA Telephoto) I
' BEFORE DEATH ENTERED THEIR LIVES --- Actress Lana.
,
Turner and Johnny Stompanato are shown on the. beach at
licapul.o, Mexico, dnring ,their two-rnonths vacation earlier
, : this year. 7, 2 I,
,

"Ana:I 1;roke away 'ken' 'his'
,hokling me' and I turned around
and my' daughter was stand standing
ing standing therq and, I said, 'Please,
CheryIPlease Ition't listen to any
of
"She looked at me, I think, as
if to say she would like to, help
me, because, I knov4, I ,repeated
it and I begged her Aind slie went
out of the door.i :''
1, Says 0664 Hoai'd All

,
'"I turned to Mr. tompanat
after L had closed the door, and
I' said, 'That is just great.
child had to hear all that
"And he kept ''' swearing and
threatening me. And he had had
a jacketf and shirt hanging in the
closet

"And he walked awzty from-me
and erg to the closet, ,And it
was on a hanger. and he was
walking back to me as he was
holding the ,lacket On the hanger
in a way; like he was going te
strike me with' it. And I said,
'Don't ever touch ine stain. I
am absolutely finished. is
the end. I want you, to get out.'
.,44And after I said that, I was

walking toward tlie,.bedroom door
and he was ,right behinn me.' And
I, opened 'it. And my daughter
'tattle in. ,And swear, it was
fast I titithiully say I thought
she had bit him, in the stomadh,
Grabbed 'StomaciE."
!1,As' best ',' riitember,. they
came together. ',. But I stilt, never
saw the blade.' Mrli Stmpanato
grabbed himself here (indicating
the abdomen).
,-"And he started to indve 'for 'forward,
ward, 'forward, and he made almost a
hall' turn and he dropped on, his
back and' when he 2- dropped, his
arm went out. so that I still did..
n't see that there was blood or
a wound until I ran 'over to hint
and I saw his sweater was cut.
" ; And I grabbed 'a towel.' I
'didn't, know what to do. Then I
put a towel: on Mr. Stompanato
and he was making very' dread.
ful sounds in his throat, a gasp.'
ing,4 terrible sound." I
A medical report showed the
blade severed the aorta and that
Stompanatp died within ,minutes. I
Dr, John :McDonald examined
Stompanato immediately after he
arrived. ,

. Ass.. ........ 'A, 9 -- . - - -1, -- -- .-- -- -..- . -
mother.,'-Ana 'he iaid, no- m"- affir strike me' with it,.:,And 1 said, blade 'severed the, aorta, and that
1 1 I '.- : '' .'' i '-. '. '- "' i fiiTssix months.- , - ,.. , ; .,,: twt hwa to:,tdhde
'''' i ''' '''' ." .' ''''':' '''' '''' '. ' ''' .'' ..; Prolestel, By; EOM ,wanhderethvaert 'Don't ever touch me ,,atatn;:,,..I Stompanate died within.,minutes;
hwurtuicithelemt :1st!' am absolutely finished.LtThis 13 Dr.':. Johti,:-McDonald-f. examined
z .. i This weather report tor the 24 e was one wo o Kers an
' i ::. .1. -- ' H a t fl. 1 d Show- ::$114.-bt:,1111arc ..... ec ine,. ,, ..., ..,
- would be my daughter and my
.
the end. I want you; to gerout.' Stompanato,immediately after he,,
, .bours eliding' 8 am. today, is a sergeant charged with mistreat. : -,- '' ''' : : Br'llfish Ihreatened mother.. s. .. .'' . ... ..J.4.4And after I, said. 'that, ,I was arrived. ? ;., ...-.,-, .,,, .
, - prepared by the' Meteorological" big ,:, Kim Choon 11,, who.; was ,-:. ,,,, .... ,,,,, ,,, ... .. . ...... ,,..., ,..., .,,, ., ,., :4., .;
,, .G.-"r''NeecICe0),SoIAriga, . . .. .
1 .. :..'!' end BYdroeraOhic Branch of the caught -stealing from their unit. ,. -, '', ,,, ''. ..: .....-- ,-, ..:;,, ., :, i... '. , ''
'". '' Panaini Canal Company: i, They subjected hiM to indignities, f,
1
''' '' ' : ' : nailed him in a wooden box and -', ,WASHINGTN'''' UP Ili ' 0 t '.. : d '
ernmnt reported yesterday that slow appr. each "to ta. it. e. uts.''''',',, ,,.
,
,
,.
roOdeoes.leab.100,84
( ) e ,gov g vemmen economy an a go- undergrounu EOKA (Union with
n'CiYzaPtriuosn w(UParire)t.Tyhe: . . ... '.. 1. '''
' ' Balboa Cristbal shaved .: and tarred Iis 4. head, T 1 I I 1 I 1 ' 1-rleraoria
, entices .9
l ,; TEMPERATURE: ': flew him to another base:1 25 personal' income andretall sales- , A epokesman .for the -Demo- terday it:would resume 'its came ' , 0, s
.(
-e .tiEEK-EI,D RELEASE--
. ,, High , 92 , 87 ,, .1 .. two key economic barometers- cratie, advisorY-countille Commit- aign of violence unless the' I3ritish
; , 01.,,. , nu es, away.: .., .. -',.. For.' IIIrs' '
It ..
.
1 ii Sch aril ,
. ,
, .. .i.l.
. ..
L .. continued to decline 'hl March,' but tee on economic policy said '' at treated prisoners better. --, ? ., ,- , M El KO t :, -- ''
, f,,
, HUMIDITY:H.. '
, ;: , The other iifficer, Maj. omas at a slower rate than earlier in least 7 some of its 22 members -:, A-, letter addressed .: to British -, - ., ., .... , ; ,,, ,.... ; ... ,,,, ,: -- -- -- ',. '" '7 1'
G J 40 f Ply th P
- , at, e0 ames, ,,o mou ,. a., : 'it- ,,- :
the year ,, :- 1',,, ' r.''' ''''',t." ',.' were certain to come out. in fa-- Gov- Sir .. Hugh Foot and- signed
,
' '.. High -, "'s ee ted unishment under the 'Government economists prompt,. vor of,,,a 'tax, cut.,.... .,. !'' ,, ,, i. ,k2 by-;EOICA leader Col. George said Selfor Tomorroir,
"-,--, ,,,..: .,-,,, .,, 1:15,1:11;5:07, 7:03 -' '
,,
' Low 52 71 a--reP P : ' ,... , ... ..
'' ':.. .':'' -: i f. '' '''' TODAY
, ,, ," , uniform ,code of military lus ice
t ty cited the statistics along with '' '''' ,.' ' -' ',' , ', the attacks would be ordered "on .- ; :v : '' '' ', '' .' -' v .,' : ; -, .' ;. 9:00' - 0.75 0.40 ..
;..The Natioriar' Gran- e caned
. . .- vyno:', , and escaped court-martial., -, .,,, ,, the imethploymept and
, employ- ., : g English, persons'', if, he- ,tolerated Memorial services will be held h
for- an immediate' anti-recession
M ,' S t Robert E Weidnsaul,
.,.. .- .. (max. Mph) NIV-12 NE-23 , g , ment'figures released earher this t
i . continued "maltreatment and tor. tomorrow at 10 o'clock at Jardin , -. ". .. : : .., '. : P.- i',' -
k 'di fr h id i Th f
tax cut; e arm organization tere?, of arrest d ' d P th f M '' ''''' ' h '' r- -------1
, ,. um. (inches) '. a .. 0 32, of Pottstown, Pa4litill WAS to wee as prow ng Os ev ence , , e persons. ,. e az ',over e remains o rs. -.
,. ..,, -- '' - be tried by a ,,, special court. that ,the" generat-business slump, A
also expressed opposrtion to. tie- .4,y be t,'
ou, ar ,en ire responsibility Evelina C.', Sehwartz who died in ',. ...
' 1 d "-, FRANKEST.ROMANTIC ,DIIAMA.'
' ' '.. WATER TEM1': martial. : - '4, although, continuing, has ., 'darted,
k ministration s , win 0, an ,see for .' the medieval and Y dishonest Fort Henning, Ga, .: ,-,,..,, 4 ,',,", ,,,,. -' ,'
I t
',, '.' ,,, (inner barbers) 80 '.' A 85 : Kemp'' said he acted because to level ...off. ', -,-, ' ... policy, on shoring tip the econom t '. -.HOLLY COD
Y. methods. employed by' intelligence ''' Mrs. Schwartz, wife of.Sgt.' Ed. i ,' ; ''
W, EVER MADE! ,, I -.- ,
,,
,
. ., -. ,. , , , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,., t, ''.., ...., .. -, The' Commerce Department i at at,"
," at," -- , Korean police :turned loose every : - inquisitor, theoleaflet taid,i i,, win' B. Schwartz,' was well known ',..,-',' From the James Micheher story ',' ',. , ,
s,' ', SUNDAY, APRIL 13 .' .- sneak thief caught stealing. ' tributed the decline hi salarier
, The Lummerce:Department said ' Several bombs exploded at Brit. while they were' stationed at Fort -. ,--; .,., of lonely Women:. and menet wai-' '41
, ', 3 Melt .. ', .:. tow personal ineemelaet month ran, at and wages Aast month' Primarki7 ish. institutions, in Nicosia Thurs. Clayton and she was employed for '4,
" 5'27 am' ' ,. All
'' 4 annual ,rate of '6341 500 000 000 to cutbacks ,,, in ,., manufacturing, day,
,,,,- and 200', o h d
. pers ns mare e on many years. as supervisor, over. .-, . : ..,. .. i,,,,... -
'
, 12.04 pm 814 pm
' '-- . Lung Cancer Deaths,: about 300 0 million. dollars below particularly' .in durable:, goods ',,ini . .. .
Government House to protest the ,seas telephone,' at Tropical Radio, t I ''' ' ''" ,,
the February rate, .4 '... duatrie&'' -' ..' -,,' -. ' ." detention of 600 Greek Cypriots in'. Besides,her husband she' is sur f : .' if P' at ' '' BARBARA .
'oe '' '' '' 4- -''' ''''' s' ' ''' '' ': '' -1 ':' ''' The decline was due. Id 'a drop This' decline- wis partially "oft British prisons .', i, - ,. V ed b I son' Milton, he' moth- 4. ,: '' -' ': ''' iti-triw presents '...'s knew the fleeting : '4
beauty of love. ..,, 1 1
of '', $1,100,000,000' in salaries-, and Set 1, by' an increase-, in farm '' in- ,Greek Cypriet shorps elo-se' d. in eriv, Mrs.Y Adeline' Campbell,rsisters- .. '1.:' :i '': aa '"' 104, ..-,,,' ' -."
, On' Ris In En"Olaid 4-
, ..., ,,,,, ,,,, ... .. .., ., ,...: wages to,,, an ,, annual :, rate o) tome- arid higher government palt- a two-hour' general '.strike in a Mrs. Adeline Phillips' of : Albany, ,,'.. ,. ,, :. -, 1-ki -. .2'
, ''t ' 1 --- a "'' --- 3233,500,000,000. -In FebruarY, the ments ',lof such .items as,: mem- similar protest," ,' '..'..,',, ,,.",, ,- Ga., Mrs. Richard E. V o g e I of .., ,-' a u -- i
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' .."- ''. 1 4)4'6' '' 4 r1. RegistrarAnnounces salary-wage total, slumped. $2,600,- ployinent ...,tompensation; benefits. Other bombs exploded during brothers Herbert, George and Mor : r"..1", to-'1 ri ril
. Kook, ? -; . Shako January,., the annual. wage the, night at Dhekelia,T, and in Mexico 'Cit,',, formerly et v, G o I f t v", .' ', 11 L '-'".' 15a,.. -
, ..
, ,-,. : The March drop in salary' and salarr rate ,,,hasi dechned, $3.,400,- Paphos.' There was some nainage Heights,' Mrs. Irene Chang,- 'slid i'' '.. ,,,ta,,,,
I.
1 TODAYt--- $1.00 ,. .50 :LONDON. (UP)-Deathe f T: 0 M' '
wage payments was partly offset 000,000. ' .., p .: .. ,, ''' but no 'report of:casualties. ris Campbell., ''? ,t ' ',-.; , Jim,
- ? -, starring ,.
. 1- Shown' 3115, 0:05, 9:00 p.m. lung.cancer in Britain crept up. by rises in' other types of. 'in- J i .',',' ', :,-,'
. . looltre 1
' ',,.211r WEEK! ,,I. ..,. ward again in 1957 by sbeut 3Vs. ., . , , .. .
per cent, the Registrar general The department estimated retell
- . riv. s 1 ean I
u.' US 'N... ' t'. '.. ''' 1 .".01 'F. .... ' ' 2 ibi,iiii 1 6 ANNE ''
i :
.4 v Beats-Prob etn., tring.,Polaris
, the smart one.. ' -",l
, ammunced, today...-. -. ..,; s ... 1 1 t th at $15,400,000,000 -.: v,, -.'
- . . sa es as ,mon ..
,, L. Fo ITilf,-, ,:, trapped by love, T, 1
' a drop of 1 per cent below, Febru. ., If r .; :. "':' ,, k. ... ., .' .... r.,- :.....,. ... ., ,..,.. ... ., .,... ......,.,, ...
' ''' 0311 1 i ,1. -- -,
,., i SELZNICK preststs kis Wades 41, ,,,,., Tie office said deaths ef, mid ary and ;:of 2 :per', eent,: below m I
i
s' F - ''''S b. .thP U :1 h ''' - '
aunc er ', '.:,' 1 101.4
1 PursTonr,,,,T,Fly's ,,
.
' -- increased from 726 per milli n
n MarCh, ,19597.,', The department ;
. issites; rorn, u s I ., o
...
1956 to 759 per mask. m '1957. p p pan, iEt 111111
d called. the March !lecluie moder- ,,,,,,, ,,,, .,,!, ,,, ,. .,, ,. .... .. ,,..11.0.1a.r.,,, ,- ,:,... . ...,, ,,, ,. -c , t
.... IA I frhoem figreto foir16 woemr emn: innenr! sae Ate. ,,
, WASHINGTON fUP)--'fhe Navy scribed the Ai- a wholly He said the 66i-called Witer7to. ,. : , ., I ,,
--Cther' eCnno' ie.; develoPM;nts:,
MA ,The Registrar 4eneral made no ',.:.i... a o d n conce t" i e ,
discosed yesterday- it h d s lye ew p n weapons d vel air.to-water missiles ,,, would be , ..
' The WhitelP. House announced
statement about possible connee. the problem of firing Polaris mis- opment that does ,not infringe on car!' d d by.t1 nuclear Submiarines '. i ,. ,., :
IpartilURIE .,
that. Pres
ent Eise ower would
Id nil
tions of the death rate increase siles-froni deeply submerged sub- the' role of any., other military equi pe wi h sonar and o.ier de . . ,. ,
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multi-bdtion dollar anti-recession DELIA .. ,. i - ':
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t -,, a nia a 1 cancer wer ,' ascribed ,,,to this took issue with the President ion Miles :sokay. : ., 7 : -. las had cited the Polaris earlier 'missiles ,' would be -,"useless", for 4 4 . ',., ,.. 4,.,
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' 4- t i Li i 962 women died from cancer dur. cession.:, Asked -upon- his arrive rector nf ',the Polaris program, lication'" might be involved, , livery of nuclear weapons -needed g .': .. 1 t
. ing the year,. the report' sal& -, here for congressional ; hearings told ,, a Navy ,League Seapower Raborn said a relatively small III a: limited war.. .:-,,, ',.1, ; .--' . '' : .(-.- .. ..'", '. ,..;,..
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crease of more than 12 per cent the', recession",.:as ',. Eisenhoner et, could 'accurately fire a 1,500. -could. send dozens of 'the 11.homb for precise boinbing by manned I ,, I ,:,,,-' '''
mile range Polaris from sub run. loaded missiles crashing down on aircraft iii, a, war of '"limited oh. ',, . too young for ';,
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: : st."" : in 1957' The death rate in Britain suggested, ,, Truman replied "No fling "quite deep's below the our- enethy targets within,15 miniftes jectives"-the kind of war that is :.... -,.
, :0 ROCK JENNIFER VITTORIO from respiratorr ,tuberculosis has they've got '.to ,work 'to get, out 'of face.- , .. ,', ..' .--4,. after r firing. He said the suss more likely' now 'than an all-nut 1 ,,,,
' HUDSON JONES DE SICA fallen by .79
Per', cent in the 10 li.' ., ',,':., "- '-' ",' '. : .. Once' Above the ocian's 'surface', after firing,. He said ''. the sub.:. tonflict. .' -, .'',.:-',,', ,' :,,', ,, ''',: , .;) ''. .. ) 4
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I toresIMO b CHARLES ICOR' Am 1-0 ' The rate for-, maternal mortal. stens : said the country, couicrhe i , 3 , ,. chief. or thinvavy's Iettvange' of niegatang over thecountryside E i ,,,-- --- - ,----- - ;---.,,,,..,,,,,,-- -,......" ,, .. 1
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i ::".'..:dis::::1" """' ,,,,' ,-'. '' 111J0 ity wail the lowest ever recorded wrecked l'by financial, irresponi. ', Rabors-in an apparent retort planning staff,'.said development where we have .it' lot of friends u 6-1' : . r. .: ,. ., :',.: ,,, .,. ,' :
I ,....c.f.s... '-: "' in Britain,' -'47 Per thousand billtY jest 'as 'much aa by milk to Defense Secretary Neil VI. Mc. of the Subroc wan leaving, the lab. or potential friends involved," be --. ,, ', ., '"
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Province. ,, They' were reported to have : given Up. when cut ojf and because they' lacked StIP- ', ''' tut Friday's fin'ding will un. 4 s ... ':7, ,.: :;::::::!:', ::::,
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- Thera were reports of violence plies. Meanwhile, downtown'f Havana :ivas toehed by widespread shooting and bombings,' Ob-,,,- doubtedly be taken:into account ':::::::;,:::!:,':H,;:,,:,;:::,,,;:,:l :::5:,
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'..1 ';:: r CIUDAD 'TRUJILI4); -April 12-,- firmed either. i:'' : ; :'. ',. ,. jump up to. shout that Cheryl,w ., ..
:,:,,N1 ':' in,' love ', with : Stompanato herself :::1: ''-', :,:.:, ,,!: fCopyrighted photo' by the -Los Angeles ,Mirror-News,, I
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