The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Heros Welcome In Algeria

For Cop-dodging De Gaullist
PARIS, Mayvl7 (UP)- Jacques Soustelle, rljht hand man to Gen. Charles De Gaulle,
escaped heavy police surveillance In Paris and reached Algiers for a hero's welcome today.
His union with rebellious army leaders In Algiers added heavily to the woes of the French,
rovernment striving desperately to etave off revolt and preserve the French Republic
v Premier Pierre Pflimlin, his position strenghtened by unprecedented emergency powers
for the next three months, appealed to De Gaulle in a speech before the. Council of the Repub Republic
lic Republic to declare forthrightly whether he Intended to overthrow the government by force.
A statement issued by De Gaulle's office here said the general would issue a new state

ment at a press conference Monday, j t

Pfiimifn Minterrfid Yinornlne-Idlers and eu&rdsmen were Kear-

long with his top ministers and led for Instantaneous retaliation

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OLOR GUARD Members of the USARCARIB color guard :

prepare to take 'part In a review at Headquarters, Fort Ama-,
dor. Left to right are 6p3 James Gordon Jr., Sfc. Robert E.
Locey, Sfc John L. costeilo and Pvt. James R. Jett. This unit
participates- in all reviews and honor guards held at Fort
AmadoiY their most recent appearance being, during the past
week at a ceremony honoring Lt. Gen. Ridgley Gaither, Carv
ibbean Command commander In chiefs IU.S. Army Photo),

'The Strength To Move A Mountain
Story Of Canal To Go On Sale Soon

scheduled a formal cabinet
meeting. later at President Rene

Coyt's residence to discuss latest
developments, In France's deep deepening
ening deepening CrliSS. !',vv
De Gaulle's position was
strengthened today when Gen.
Paul Ely, France's number one
soldier, tried again to resign as

chief of the general stau. nis
first resignation attempt yes-
terday was rejected by Pflim Pflimlin.
lin. Pflimlin. v -Elv
met with defense minister

Pierre de Chevlgne today 5 to
nrotest the government's prdw
that he break off contact, with

de Gaulle, his one-time superior
nfflrfir

Informed sources said Ely Iti Iti-slsted
slsted Iti-slsted he must be allowed to

continue keemnir de Gaulle "in;

formed" on. the critical situation

in the armed forces. 5 ;
- The defense ministry, con confirmed
firmed confirmed today reports that two
of Ely's generals had- been
'serit away from Paris" and
were under house arrest in the
; country, .' "J
A ministry spokesman iden

Chaile's pun ut.i, 'i4- Oen,

Jacnues Martin.
The National Assembly last
nleht voted a state of emergency
" Ml. .'.iH

'n France. ine acuuu kc
Pflimlin extraordinary powers
for three months to smash a
"plot'f and head off outright re
belllon either by Communists or
De Gaullists.

As the assemoiy : VOtea nevy
Kunrd were strung around the

building and 38,oog ponce. bui-

atratnst any outbursts in Paris.

. Even tne communists, in
their fear of De Gaulle, voted
for Pfllmlin's demands in the
461-114 TOtt one of the wid widest
est widest margins in years in the
splintered assembly. Only the
rightists voted against the pro proposal
posal proposal in hopes of restoring De
Gaulle to power. ;
Ruhber-stamn nassaie bv the

Senate was the next scheduled

sten. v

Pf miin will nave nower to

curb press and public assembly

and new oonticai narties. ne

vowed to usthe powers against

both "extremes" 01 leu 11 a

right , Q-.-

The nowers were eiiective Dotn

In France proper and Algeria, :

The' assembly voted against
this background;.; r i,
--Militarr officers and aet
tiers in Algiers set up an Al-reria-wlde
"Committee of Pub Public
lic Public Safety-' to rule the territory
It was a virtual counter-regime
to Paris and was intended
to continue until De Gaulle

Police cordons and mobile
guard units shielded the as assembly
sembly assembly the government made
no bones about Its determina determination
tion determination .to smash any insurrec insurrection.
tion. insurrection. .,,:

It appeared the government
was trying to pressure the rebel

lious Algiers settlers and troops
under Generals Raoul Salan and
Jacques Massu who demand De

Gaulle or nothing,

It was reported that : ships

loaded with supplies for the 400,

000-man French army in Algeria

were being held up at Marseii

The assembly boiled with ani

mosity between tactions a

Pflimlin went-ibef ore it to de

mand extraordinary powers to
''smash all the ramifications of
this anti-republic plot."
'The rightists demanded an all
out effort to crush the four-year-old
Algerian rebellion.

Their ;.maln contention was
that Pflimlin, with his polled of
'neeotiatlne through strength"

to end the war, might eventual-

.THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE ARIAS BROTHERS, Ro-
bcrto an Gllberto, who resigned
their government position recen recently
tly recently owing to a conflict of. opi opinions
nions opinions with President de la Guar Guar-dla,
dla, Guar-dla, are being mentioned cons-.
tantly as possible presidential
candidates in the 1960 elections.
One Atlantic-side weekly (YA)

today reports that the Paname-

nista Party, which has not taken
part in two past presidential elec elections,
tions, elections, will begin registration short

ly m order to be ready for I960,
and that the party's candidate will

be Dr. ; Gllberto ; Arias, former

Finance Minister. .

Resolution

. Last week, Ataque, anotfcr
Atlantic side weekly speculated

that the Panamemsta candidate

for 1960 would be between the Arias

brothers, with Victor F, Gpytia
and Aquilino Boyd as possible
Vice Presidential candidates.
A recent radio news commen commentary
tary commentary was of the. same opinion re

garding the Anas brothers.

On the other hand, Ramon Gue-

rra. a columnist of a Chlnqui

newspaper, also speculated that if

Dr. Harmodio Arias should choose

to puSh one of his sons toward the
presidential palace it would be Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Arias, recent Panama Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to England, v, ,

ly- let the Algerians takp over,

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A new book on the Panama Ca Ca-hai.
hai. Ca-hai. a fascinating- story ot thr
oilch- diggers" of the 1904-1914
period, is being published this
'j?' month, vi-s-'-li1 r,'': .y.
. The story, 'The : Strength to
Move a Mountain' was written
). w stnrra Lee. author o sev-

' eral non-fiction books, among the
better known being The Green
Mountains Of Vermont" and .The

Yankees of Connecticut.'
Lee takes a fresh and enter entertaining
taining entertaining approach to the Canal
story by giving perhaps the first
; adequate presentation of the hu human
man human sr .ems involved in build building
ing building the JUanal. He described with
and claritv the disheart-

' ening as well -as the triumphant
episodes in the construction.
The aut.hnr eathered material

for his story from many different
sourer files of old newspapers,
fi.wii ness accounts. and irorn

(ana! records both. here and in

' WaslL.-ton.
Lee and his wife spent several
weeks here last year' during
. wliii1' he continued, his reserach
and 1 "hecked facts.'
"Ti.t Strength, to Move Moun Moun-fain".
fain". Moun-fain". travex -the, course of the Ca

nal construction from 1903 until
' the famous trip of ithe ; Panama
Bajlroad, steamer Ancon. Although
he deals primarily and adequate-

Iv with historical facts,- the au author
thor author has not permitted these to
Hull the storv of how the men

.. and women, who dug the Canal

folt as thev, were doing the 10b,

' and how the world at large felt

in watching the miracle being per.

, Lee briefly summarizes the long

history of the Canal before the

United States undertook the job

in a foreword which sets the tone

for his story.
"The Strength to Move a Moun Mountain','
tain',' Mountain',' contains a section of 16 pag
es of illustrations of the construe

tionl period and present-day Canal
operations. Most of these are

from the Panama Canal official

files and were selected by the au

thor during his visit last year.;
The! new book by Lee was nub-

lishedj by G. P. Putman's Sons

and will be on the bookstands
next week. The price is $5.00.

Li'ioa Area Suffers

Electricity Sbrt:

After Ceble Troubl

fin

si

: J, Palmer Smith, Jr.
In Puerto Rico
For Sanitary Meet

', J. Plamer Smith, Jr., Chief o
' the Division of Sanitation, left last
, night by plane for Puertp Rico to
represent the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government at the Sixth Inter-American
Congress of Sanitary Engineering.
The Congress will be held in San
Juan from May 18 to May 24.
The Sanitary Engineering Con Congresses
gresses Congresses are held eVery two years
in various cities' in the Americas

and are attended by Public Health

reprf sentaitves pf all Western He

Pianist Cliburn
Beck In Texas
From Russian Trip

NEW YORK (UP) Van Cliburn,

tne long haired lexas pianist

came home today' from a jriump-

nant-tour of- Kussia with eight

suitcases full, of presents and

full .grown lilac bush.

-The- 6-foot, 4-inch, 23-year-oid
winner of Moscow's international
Tchaikovsky piano competiton

said, he found the Russians very

mucn line xexans. ;

"You just can't imagine how

well I was treated," he said.

He will give his first, post-prize
winning concert in. Carnegie Hall

here Monday ni?ht and will be

honored on Tuesday with a ticker

tape prfde and the keys to New

1 one uty.

Cliburn said of his piano career:
"I have not achieved success,

only sensation. Iwill try harder.

it is always harder to play at

home."

rahie t.rnuble caused, an electric

power shortage for eight hours
yesterday in a Balboa area.

The power went, uu
p.m.1 last night and was restored

at 4 a.m., U was repuueu i""?;.

The area affected inciuaea uie
Elks Club, the JWB-USO, -1 h 6

YMCA and the Baiooa ronce

Station, as wen as zu aparimeuw

along BaiDoa itoau.

a i anal KDOKesraan saiu vuunj

that the electrical divisionforesawrt

the cable trouble at about 4 p.m.,
but managed to keep service go.
Ing until 8 p.m.

At the isaiDoa roue owuuu,
the only one of the affected faci

lities wnicn ooes ousmess arouuu
the c'ock, work was carried on
with the aid of two lanterns and

fnni- flashllehtl

---- a -, m

- Two other outages ot power ior

brief, periods were reportea toaay
One occurred at Rodman last
night. Cause was not known.
The other occurred at the In.
rfnstrial Division in Cristobal,

where the power was ; out for a

short time after womng nours
It was. restored by evening.

AnnualCarden Plot
Rentals Due In CZ

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Announcement, that1 the annua:

rental of all agricultural land and
garden plot licenses in the Canal
Zone is now due was made Fri

day at the License Section of the
Civil Affairs Bureau '
These rentals must be paid not
later than July l; and licenses
which are not paid by that date
wil be terminated without excep exception,
tion, exception, the announcement stated.

Ecndave. There were no casual casualties
ties casualties bt the. house was damaged,
The U.S. Army headauar headauar-ters
ters headauar-ters for Europe t Heidelberg,
Germany put Paris off limits
to Tlsltinc G.I.'. "until the stt stt-v'uation
v'uation stt-v'uation clears.'V ''',':'' "
De Gaulle let It be known
through a rightist member of the
Asemhlv triat. he would return

to power only through "legal"
means, not by force.- -?v -. :

Piiimim aemanaea, ana re received,
ceived, received, powers similar to those
enacted for control of Algeria In
1955, permitting him to curb
press freedoms, limit public as assembly,
sembly, assembly, the right to carry arms

and the rlgnt to iorm pouuew
oreanlzatlons. ..:,,-
Four extreme rightist organ organizations
izations organizations already have been.; or ordered
dered ordered dissolved.
jri,r. wn nn violence outside

the Assembly, as there was last
Tuesdav when rlghtwingers tried

to march on tne Duuainn.

Pacific Teen Club
Opens Officially
At 8 Tonight

Tnnioht th Pacific Teen Qub

will officially open its doors to

the Pacific Side reeners.

Th Hnnr will jim&tl SI B P in

onrf flnsn t ntidnieht. A full

vonlno' entertainment will in

clude dancing and general social

President nocKy uievins mvusa
all high school students to attend
the opeening, which will be pre prefaced
faced prefaced by an ."open house" at 4

' rne ciuo win remain hi iuu -neration.
according to its by-laws,

from today. ....

Membership blanks win oe a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable for- teeners who have
not yet made application.

If Your Chpppersj
Are On The Lam
Try Balboa Station

Have you stopped chewing tyour

steak lately?
What we mean is, are any of
vour teeth missing?

The Balboa Police report find

ing a partial plate lying in the

street near the Balboa Post Of
fice.

Toothless owner may claim
same at the station.

llcqislr&ibn C:?in;
Velnl:er$ IIc3d:d

Recistration will be started next

week for the extensive .summer
recreation program sponsored Dy
the United Fund during the sum sum-mer
mer sum-mer vacation rrionths for the stu

dents in the CanaL Zone's United
States-schools. ..-.
Schools students from grades
one one though eight who wish

to take oart in the program may

register in their respective scnoois
for the various classes which will

Include arts and crafts, athletics

and other activities. There will be

no registration charge. ;
According to Valley Bright, Pre

sldent of the Summer Recreation
Board, more funds have bee
made available this year than in
previous years and the program

will be one of the most compre
hensiVe yet held. -.
Classes will be held in the va

rious schools and gymnasiums in

the Canal Zone communities three
days each week during the sum

mer months. A program will be

announced later. t
Mrs. Natalie GriffiiL a volunt

er. who is in charge of activitres

on the Pacific side has sent out

a j call for other volunteer workers
to assist in teaching or supervisi-

tng classes. Those interested should

cau her at 2-3694,

,J'imania...f'J' '""imp

kai.icr o,'...e cliair aiolt during
a demonstration yesterday, sym symbolizing
bolizing symbolizing the fact that President
de la Guardia was not in his of office
fice office to receive the student de-.
monstratlon.
; The President is ; sheduled to
return today from two-day visit
to the central provinces of the rep

ublic, - 1

The students held their schedul

ed demonstration despite a steady,

late-afternoon drizzle, which forc

ed many to carry umbrellas.

The speakers pinpointed educa

tional problems and clamored for

the construction of more school

buildings and the appointment, of

more teachers.vs,VvV

PC Deprtmeni

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Cites

Hostile Acts'

' A resolution to cut .off foreign aid and sever diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic relations with several Latin American countries in including
cluding including Panama, because of recent hostile acts perform-,
ed against the United States, was .presented this after afternoon
noon afternoon at the American Legion. Department of the Pana

ma" Canal, 39th annual convention being held in Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. "'V V4 '"tXf't, : hf" W 'iU't 1 ,;!;, I-. ; v- i? A

Legionnaires from all parts of the Canal Zone, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Aruba; Curacao, Costa Rica and Guatemala will be
asked to vote on the resolution drafted by. the executive
committee earlier today.
,lt claims" that the foreign aid policy of the United
States as it stands now. is '.'inadequate' and urges the
U.S. Senate to investigate recent incidents which have
shown-the "Utter contempt"1 of several small Latin Amer

ican republics for the U.S, ;
The resolution referred specifically to the "spitting,
sfoning and Vilification' experienced by, Yice President
Richard Nixon and his wife, and also the fact that the

CtjSiyiU, ( -f ft .'i- v

Reenlistment Rate

For US Army In CZ

Drops During April

Dist. Atty. Darios Sandoval
yesterday called for a "complete
revision of all automobile driv drivers
ers drivers licenses" In a note to Na National
tional National Guard Traffic. Chief Maj.
Aiistides Hassan lamenting the
rise in fatal traffic accidents.-'

As' presented to the convention,
the resolution of the Department
of the Panama Canal states:

"Whereas present -events indie,
ates a strong feeling of resentment

against the United States of Ame-

The reenlistment rate for the

Panama area dropped during A-

ini, n was announced this week
y Headquarters. U.S, Army Ca-

nbbean. ;

Of the 106 eligible for reenlist

ment 22 took the oath for a ; 20.8

percentage. The March figure was
31.2. V: :'.-.:-----;,-.:

. Fort Kobbe, with a 50 per cent
mark, topped all other Isthmian
posts. Fort Amador was a close
second in the race for reenlist reenlist-ment
ment reenlist-ment honors with a mark of 42.9,
fol'owed by Fort Gulick's 27.8,
Fort Clayton's 11.1 and Quarry
Heights' 00.0.
Thirteen of 28 E-S's and above

eligible reenlisted in the Panama
area for a 48.5 per cent and nine

I of 78 E-4's and below -took the
oath for an 11.5 mark. ; ; i i

Maj. Jose Pinilla, director of the

Carcel Modelo. ; admitted yester

day that there is marijuana traf traffic
fic traffic in the penal institution under
his direction, but he rejected the

charge that members of the Na National
tional National Guard are involved. ,
Tkanias JL Ebdon Jr.

Doing Well Alter

!!:sr-l:ciroculi3n :

Thomas "Joe" Ebdon. Jr., one

rations sunervisor for the Mira

flores Locks.', was in Gorgas Hos

r-ital tpday suffering from post

electric shock. v
The American supervisor was al

most electrocuted yesterday aft!,

noon whan he i accidentally grab

bed a 220 volt circurt while work

Ing on the control panel at Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores .Locks. ;-'n.v',v.v
Won "was ; trying -, to trace a.
circuit; under hp conni pane,
wH the accident occurred, i, ?
Tie was knocked ?wav fro'h

Wire by the shok,1, Mid taken

immediately to,irorgas Hospi'V

He consMpred to be m good

condition 'today.-;,:,;1,r:,,;;-::;?j

Amador Gl On Overseas D uty Four Blocks From HV Home

Sp-3 Don R. Coffey, who words
In commandant supply at Fort A A-madpr,
madpr, A-madpr, has the distinction of serv serving
ing serving ln overseas tour of duty at
a pout just blocks from his home.

Sinj.e he had not made a request

to cp siauonea in mis area, voi
fey Was amazed and more than

k. little elated when be founl

himself heading for the C a n a

7,o"e, where his parents. Mr.-arl

years, 'and- is a tunnel ; foreman i Young Coffey completed, twotion : to the Army," Coffey plans

at the Miraflores Locks. years there taking a course m busi-

Aften attending grade school in I ness adminstration. ',.

the Canal Zone,, Coffey and hi Next on his itinerary was the

Eldcn Coffey; live in'iBa!-

mi'tiere countries.

' T!.e sessions' are 'occupied" wft'v Mrs

technical papers, field trips, anil boa

discussions touching on all phase it His father has been working for

t of public health, engineering. the Panama Canal Co. for 30

brother, Bart, received their edu

cation at boarding schools in Mexi.
co City. and Call, Colombia. They
then switched to institutions where
instruction was given in English.

rather than Spanish, and studir 1,

at Loyola, in Montreal, Canada,
and St; Patrick's in Ottawa. After
completing high school there, the
boys went to Assumption Univer University
sity University in Windsor, Ontario.

U, S. Armv. He went to Detroit

from Canada and entred the fer

al service in September 1955. From
there he was sent to Fort Ord,
Calif.; for basic training. After

completion of this he' reported to

Fort Lee. Vs.. for schooling In sup

nlv "records." From Fort Lee he

got his orders for duty in, U. S.

Army cariDDena.
Upon completion of his obliga

CZ C- dtter t

Lbs6s;3;;Fingerilc

' A grass tutter whose hand was
accidentally, caught in a mowing
machine had three fingers ampu
tated at Gorgas Hospital last night
The iniuried man is Teolilo Al.

heo who is reported to be in good
condition today. 1 ' h-t
He was cutting grass in Gam-

boa when the accident occurred

llegro Member Says

Civil Rights. Group
To York In Earnest

WASHINGTON tUPW. Ernest

Wilkins, Negro;- member:. -of the
federal Civil Right Commission,

said yesterday the group will go to
1 -n. .... n,..V Aim

wot a in eariieav ucmnraw u u-cover
cover u-cover whether Negroes .have been

AanlaA t.ha ritfht. t.n lin n. '.

He said the long dela in $en.
ate confirmation of the com mis

sion's executive director, ooroon

M, ..Tiffany -of New, Hampsmre,

put the six-member group lar oe
hind in its work. Tiffany was ap

proved Wednesday after a delay
of nearly three months.
Wilkins also predicted that
Southern states eventually w i 1

have to give in;', to the supreme

Court's school integration order.

By 1975, he. sid, ."they, wiu won.
der what all the shouting was

about".- . ij v..
Wilkins,' who also is assistant
Korretarv of labor for internation-

ffa rs. made tne statements in

n i interview on the eve of the

fourth anniversary, of the hign

court's May 17, 1954, decision
which declared school segregation

unconstitutional.

The Civil Rights Commission
was created by the Civil Rights

Act last year., Wilkins, a former
Chicago attorney, said it wou'd
meet Tuesday' to plunge into its
task of investigating alleged vi.
olations of Negro voting rights.
He hinted he would not hesitate
to propose a law' if necessary to
guarantee voting .rights of Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. -J-.'.-v.. ;i
Wilkins: put creat faith in the

ballot box as a method of attain

ing equal rights for Negroes. He
predicted public of 'icials would

be more: responsive to Negro

needs if more Negroes voted.

The 64-vear-old oflicial. a fm

Beta Kappa at the University ; of
Illinois and I leading Methodist
layman;., said some Southern

states have "maungerea sna stal stalled"
led" stalled" to maintain segregated class
rooms in defiance ; of the high

court ruling. But he said nn the
final analysis" they: wilL have to
obey,.:;-:::

riea in great man of the coun.

inei ot central and South Ameri.
ca, specifically,- Peru, Ecuador,
Colombia, Guatemala, P a n a m a
and Venezuela,, and r

Whereas this situations his
existed for a number of years,
becoming progressively more
pronounced, and
"Whereas recent eventj in se.
yeral of the above-mentioned coun.
tries have shown, to the people
of the world th utter contempt
that these small republics nold for
the, United States of America
through a the spitting, stoning and
vindication experienced by the Vice
President of the United States and
bis wife who, were invited guests
of these countries, and,
'Whereas the flag of the United
States has been desecrated on mi.
merous occassions, and,
-''Whereas our Department of
State has consistently shown a
weak policy towards taking any
concrete action concerning such
incidents quite, centrary to for

lorceim action taken by the State

department or previous adminis

iraiiona,, jna, .,,

to eet discharged i n the states

so to Miami to work and attend

school. His interest ues an notei

and motel management; f

His brother is lust a slight dis

tance past four blocks from home

flow as he is srvuig with v the

Army 334th Ordnance Section in

Mannheim. Germany . i-

'i -,. at about 4 p.m. yesterday. Albenl

"The" l!3-year-oiff"AamaaorsoTfflcr was rusnect tcr tiorgaj -wncre sur

asrees that foreisn duty isn't so eery was required

bad especially it it is in your He is an employe of the Housing

hometown. Fairbanks, anyone? and Grounds division.

Lima Symbol; Used
For Sputnik Signal
LOS ANGELES (UP)- Avia.

tion men were wondering today
about Russia's choice of the let.
ter "L" for their latest Sputnik

to broadcast as it whirls around
th i world. : -. '

Thev pointed out that "L" in

the new phonetic alphabet, used

by Tadiomen-the-orld -over,- is
"Lima" a scene of violence

against Vice President Richard

Nixon this week.

"Whereas our foreten aid nolic

which was ; create, to help coun.'
tries develop theeir own national

resources' and provide a body of
friendship with, the United" State!
has proven to be inadequate,
"Be it resolved therefore tat,
the people of any nation diipUyi
ing or. performing hostile -'vtts
gainst the United Sates be de deprived
prived deprived of all foreign aid and dl.
plomatic relations b severed .'
with that country.
"B it further resolved that the
Congress of the United States re.
vise its foreign policy recognizing
the basic fact that friendship, can.

not be pruchased with dollars and

-Be if further' resolved'" that
the actions of our State Depart,
ment in- handling the incrdentt -should
be cemured and that the -United
States Senate investigate
and take potitiv action, even te
the point of effecting an entire
reorganisation of Stat Depart,
ment policies, personnel and
training at foreign r v ice ;
schools." : i y.. I'J'.Y ::
' This resolution will be voted on
today.: If accepted it wil become
a, policy of the department, a Le

gion official stated.;:: i ...

Anti-US Slogans

Oil IJSIS Door

Panama Secret Poli Con.
firmed today that anti.American
slogans were found on the doer -of
the U.S. Information Service
yesterday morning.
.,- The six slogans, on crudgely
printed cards. rad "Death te te-the
the te-the Yankees"' and Yankee Degt,
Go Home," and were signed by
Front Antl. Imperialist Juvtnil
(anti-imperialist youth front);
Secret Police spokesmen said
the group Is net Communist, by
is possible Infiltrated by Reds
who are operating under cover,
Th"Panme Frign- OHic
was officially informed e the In.
cident by U.S. Embassy official!
hro.



TES PANAMA AMirJCAM AX INDEPENDENT -DAI1I NTWSPArtS

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o

F THE PANAMA AMERICAN
HAMMOOtO torre
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HirN MlN.MNTTIV. JOSHUA .J"-
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Labor News
"Sure, You Were Champ ;
But That Was Thirteen Years Ago
And

:M MOWTtM ur aovawe

ram n ti w DvHct

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14 OO

THIS IS TCU fOKUM TH1 KIAPKS OWN COLUMN j
Utter, ft ffrt-Bl to

y. Uftt. an fy.lUkte to tha mi fecemtV
xsmM4 to Itttort rrm warfare. c - v.-:.. J

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ttr;

PICKING LOSERS-

Comment

, chamDion in

sports writing?
i v ..

Sir

Bulldog

SHORTAGESHOT PILFERING

' mnWi fired from tht

Y"1? c"r was made plain in pubiisnea w

urea ior -"7: in guoervisors ana u
All commissaries Wn'EJ,llortiBit

Local Raters cannot gei wi w. u5te .TnsMCted before
has a package of his or her own, m mu 0Xaeain with

1' entering the commtssaryn 55- ; ,; ;
them, it also has togg anTving linlcs wilh Uos-
- I have heard stories ol suPeJ"olAV is also a story go go-f;
f; go-f; cos and restaurants XtT t
! tag round about some wpenrtKW o" he was asked
!'rocerles delivered to his home. 4 It wasni wu

What about paying tot the J"" ."U I

hind in his pocket antfwaxne this. The Local

The h gher auLnoicw - ould fee done t0

Raters le n vn j ,jd -ttua- remain in a position

the supervisor
v rviTiB:e on them. i ....

Mrs. Personality

I SNEAKY GRINGOS
II Sir: ' V j is 1 t

I am getting fed up wit Glng Kg
'1 Mav 13) and other Negroes Jiving in C tnen ltab

1 or rather draw their, money -rSIpiSTTiwhetlieB Ginger

SSA1? ffABFj cUpped and 8ent

;J every morning itworic : stftrs d G1

Then don't act u to v

. Don't w w nu ,,.iT:. nf. t the ca-

3v iamstr6hgly lnfavoroi c

1 nal Zone weptmgpro'J 1W ., money-

, Turn Vm."z-- heen bulit. Tear down

I?1?? S?&TZTert the new concrete houses.

4

losing pii)w. -"--- ,- .vceot the new concrete nouses.
Santa Crurand a 1 of Paraiso, ; families mentioned
These can' be oc-lKlriTei shouldn't

hove and OV Apiericaiia wia vi ; ... :, v.v.ij

-of Wans inana,cty, David, and other Panamanian towns,

where were yne pravi imucuw

.Sneaky Gringo

SUEZ CANAL COMPENSATION

Sir:

' ti. 1 n in tnv of the local

I am wonaenng w w "Sf Z the news about
newspapers r either PW Company 28,300,000

itmoonni -was considered cancelled klW"J;:

" By VICTOR RlfSCU
.That stormy freiriilo ol Amer American
ican American music, aierisB mou s
aames catsar, uexuuteiy ptaiis
wj resign irom his umous pies pies-mency
mency pies-mency wiima a raonui.
This wouia remove irom the
naaoflSl. scene not oniy tne
most poweriui personaiuy n
America's two Dinion dollar, en entertainment
tertainment entertainment world, but prooauiy
set the precedent for the re resignation
signation resignation in other unions of
veteran chiefs who have built
American labor into the power powerful
ful powerful complex it is today.
Jimmie Petrlllo, known to in intimates
timates intimates inside labor as ; a fa

bulous story-teller who could
turn from lovable clown to ata-

tistic-iaden economist, has- told
his family and close friends
that he positively will tell the
union's next convention,' which
opens the week' of June 1, in

Philadelphia, mat ne taoes noi
want to be renominated. To

prove his seriousness, petrlllo

spent most -or last wees wrn
ing a letter to his Jellow pffi-1

cers. -

This he kept secret until lift

decided it 'would not be lair to
sDrinit it at his convention, thus

xienvinir outers a cnanwMo

campaign for the office he had

Ireauently turned into t a aut

nreme command ior war uu

u. Dresiaents. loreign 01cm

tors and slant broadcasting

networks in a finht against

canned music ana non-union

musicians. .Today tne American

Federation of : Musicians nas

some 240.000 members. ;

There are those, or course,
who will attempt to draft their
ever-bantering t 67 year -old
chief. But. his letter to them

appears conclusive enough:

"Now I feel the time has
come when I must decline to

accept the nomination as pres

Went of the i American;; Federa

tion of Musicians at tne esi

annual convention in Phlladel

nhla" he wrote 1

"I nope ana pray tne aeie-

eates to this convention win re

srject i mv wishes by v not no

minating .me for tne presidency

of our great organization and,
if nominated, by permitting me

to withdraw-:, 1 cannot, say
that I am a sick mans but I
am a tired man and I do not
seem to have the recuperative
powers I used to have.NMy doc doctor
tor doctor advises me that if I con continue
tinue continue as president; I will have

to take things easy,, I just can't
take things easy in this posi position
tion position without hurting the organ-

hsfationij JovevvPi' ,v

But more important, than

wlfat seems to be the final

chapters of a saga which began
so veara aeo when Jimmie earn

ed a couple of nickels carrying

big bass drum, is anotner

oart of his letter. In. this sec

tion he appears to be tanung
to the 'rest of American labor
leadership: A; :'A2,:

"Too many labor leaaers

and good ones have made
the vital mistake of remaining
on the Mob when their useful

ness: to the organization they

represent n is ; a thing of the

past," the ex-trumpet tooter

wrote.-.ft:r."''-

izations suffer many setbacks

that could have been avoided

had they retired at the proper

time. This mistake 1 do not
want to make and' shall never
make. I wish I had the strength
to carry on but I have not. To
continue just to hold the posi

tion of president would make

me a traitor to -the cause that

have been, fighting so hard

for."

'
v:wH-,3lra'l til'-"
IS '" i J NEAStwm.JY-AWr'.
V, v 1

1 tHW riAISOK

WASHNGTON Sn ict dictator.

Nikita Khrushchev is driving his
scientists to .aunch a man in the
space and to shoot a rockei to the
moon as propaganda stunts to con.
vince the world that Kussia is still
ahead in the great space race.
This is the conclusion of our
technological spies whose electro

nic devices have long outdated the
cloak-and-dagger technique for
finding out wnat's going on behind
the Iron Curtain. . ..,

Their modern methods have pro

duced technological evidence d)
that Russia has already failed in

two attempts to hurl a man into
space in toe nose cone of a giant
missile; and (2) that as recent y
as the third week of last momh

a ground explosion would Isave a
mammoth crater.
HOW "CLEAN" IS EOMBf
' Meanwhile Strauss is so deter,
mined to prove that he has deve.
loped an H-bomb which, like Ivo.
ry soap, is 99 and 44-100 percent"
pure that he will permit foreign
observers to operate the actual
instruments which register the fall fallout
out fallout from this summer's test.
To demonstrate his "clean
bomb, Strauss plans to set off a
hydrogen explosion of live mega,
tons (equivalent to 5,000,000 tons
of TNT).

.. t
It takes the intense heat of a
smaller at.nm I nv nine inn In m

"'111. 1 1 I vpiuJiuil -vu bl IK

-"v j." r aiser nyarogen explosion,
a moon rockei. The tripper hnmh snrri r.

Walter Wirichell

IfiMewYorIt

MAN ABOUT TOWN

tvvvuu ,ntl

fSSi Snw st to five yearly instalments of 4 000 000
l5RE'ASaiimit tiloo.000) each beginning Jan. 1, 1959,

ind a sixth instalment of 3,uuu,i

Egyptian pounds (ftbout

feinciple wm ligned at tRorne head-

ouarters of the United Nations Pood and Agricultural w u u-Taov
Taov u-Taov bv Azdel GueUl El Emary, governor of the. Nwonai
2Sv(DStSf JacaSes GeorgesPlcot. president and gen-

, The text 01 tne

"' ...rjIC f t.h ftiiea Canal Company

1 VJ VVS

ttnt 1 betwlen EgptTnd her
i eSStaSSSrofiw. nd aid in restoring diplomatic relations

; m m ra been vlsltihg Russia, tat ttgj.
ward of his accepting a Soviet loan. Kremlin loan terms are
iZl Tyou give up your country tot as little help as they can get
?iu kW is trvlne West Germany for a

loan instead, and it ieenu as If he is going to get some help

there. ...(..'..,..., ..:.'!'' r.nji..tn

" f

NEW TRAFFIC LIGHTS

: 1

jtn. tin nnn a a f nt "(vmnHcitfil traffic, liffhtt at

tre Fourth or J uiy-J Htreei mwraecwQn .waa wwwj w,,

money by the canal zone governmeni.
t Th imnr-iuion I s-et Is that the Comptroller probably fore

taw that at the rate things were going the Canal Zone govern
tnt tomiid have a surplus at the end of the present fiscal year,

so he got together with the, bigwigs and dreamed up the idea. of

apendmg szu,ow on traiiic iignw.
All this might have gone practically: unnoticed If the traf traffic
fic traffic lights had contributed towards a faster flow of traffic at
the much-traversed intersection. But from the way It looks all
the lights have been able to do is to make a bad situation worse.
It could be that another reason for the installation of the
lights was to save the wear and tear on the poor cop who is
on dutv at the intersection during the peak hours. If that was
what the brass had in mind, they have failed miserably, be because
cause because the woes of the policeman have "Increased-a thousand
times since the lights went Into operation. ;

.. i Motorist

Referring to the changing

labor movement and the laws

which govern ,, Petrillo wrote:

There are no longer any

easy decisions,. An decisions now
require long deliberation and
the conclusion of a prooiem of

ten takes weeks ana sometimes

months. The position requires

a vigorous, younger man with

bright new ideas..?""

, 'Fetmio, who, as a member 01

the AFL-CIO Executive Council,

strongly backed George Meany'a
drive against the racket unions,
is known to want no special

emeritus status. Nor does, Pe
trillo want to remain on the 29

member Executive Council of

the AFL-CIO. Here, too, he be

lieves he should be replaced by
a younger official. -Those
who know him believe

him eager to set into the

broader international wars

a ringing symbol of a sweeping
culture he helped build on the
airwaves and in the great sym-

pnonic nans.

Lana Turner (escorted by Del

Armstrong) made her first ; night
spot appearance (since the trag-1
dy) at Ben Blues; Armstrong is

on nt ner mm Diz .as3u1-1at.es. r

Frank Sinatra has a broken blood
vessel .in his throat. .Former N.
Y. Yankees' star Billy Martin

(now a Detroiuger) and National
Airlines hostess Shirler"Tobiason
love those .long hops" Jacks

(Dragnet) Webb's latest un -huhney
is Sally Todd.: -..Strictly-

in-the-rumor-class:; ?.Time mag

publisher J. Linen would like to
take on H. Stassen for the Repub
Gov. nomination of Penn. .Don't

invite femmedians Kaye Ballard

and Pat Mornssey to the same
poddy. Once gobd friends, f hey
hadWords 'in Chicago recently.
Over f who thef ted what u from

whose act. ..Joan '; Collins (the
cinemaristocrat) and Gilberto Ru

birosa (nevview of the Rube) are

star-counting' from a parked' car

these ; summery Beverly Hills

nights. .Flash from Piccadilly:

Actress Gia Scala and the- Mar

quis De Javert. ; v Jack Warner

had "to send ?a British, ; admirer
back to BritainABiemouth stuff...

A young diplomat is not long lor
the State Dept. Likes to slug glas
when he gets woofled, (At the
Yale Club yet), v .Poem : Actor
Nick Adams and actress Dolores
Hart.' .(
Spectators are still about 'an ad

exec (bf 6 East 45th Street) who
slugged his wife in the halls of a
Beverly; Hills hotel the other t 2
a.m. Hit, her harder than Basilio
hit Sugar Ray and Sugar hit Lt-

Moiia. xnob, onceK out many umes.
He fled down the corridor when

a' (5ft.) colyumist, yelled: 'You
Coward". .The, over six foot bul

ly v stopped ; belting her with:

'You re eight, waiter, i m-. sorry.
..Sorry you were seen slugging a
woman by a guy with syndica syndication?
tion? syndication? ,. .

man) will announce his candidacyi Stuart Whitman's performance in,
for Gov. of New York about j una Ten North Frederick" made

1st.. Two longtime political, ,'pros

Will Be 111 .IUIS cjutlici. lum
phens White "House appoiment
secy) ; and -1 Lou GoUlay, ex-

him 20th's new male doll. He will

we rewaraea with big roles. Gary
Ooober calls him The New Ga

ble"... JD means 'Juvenile Delin

UOrublic, Helatwn Director... .ve quent insieaa 01 juvemie wiuinB wiuinB-Arden
Arden wiuinB-Arden purchased $395 wortn -.-''oi jer,;-.'...."i.':'-?.4'.H?.:& .v-'r rr.:
girl-stuffs (Nighties panties, etc.) :;' V'. 1 r-'" v.

he find out sech Blntf Crosby,vone or the nation's

(How does

things?). ; '.The Vegas Tropica-;

na's Monte Proser offered w a

5-year deal (two weeks persotlH

apps a year) for- part ownersnip
in that swank hotel. Sinatra has a

similar deal at the-Sands there...

NBC's most affable ''contact';'

man with the presss -Al Busse,

weds lovely, -Alice Van Brunt ; at

Omaha (her home town ) on. tne
24th. They will lovely-doveymoon

iatthe Tropicanaegasu;. fiiJ;!j

- insiae tne tommunist f ari,y:
Howzit Bossiblelor. Wm. -1. Fost

er, (chairman emeritus ot tne
USA Communist Party) to write
voluminous articles critical bf

this nation' and still be' too- 'illJ

to stand trial? He Is under indict

ment in N. YJ.: :The Book of the

Month Club's alternate

top money-mirkers,: threatens to
retlre;.How can- he do that to the
tax aeftt?; v .MGM -records expect

iJV Us MB another 1492.

OUUi,tg UVUfJ, BUU1 V MJ.

Steve Allen ('Mr. Prolific' )

' They success.ully fired two
more intercontinental missiles,
however, duting the past few
weeks. These soared over Siberia
from the Caspian Sea to the Kam Kamchatka
chatka Kamchatka peninsula.
' Our high-powered radar tracked
the streaking nose cones which
re entered the earth's atmosphere
without burning up, then either
smacked into the peninsula or
plunged into the Bering Sea less
than 1,500 miles from Alaska.
AUGUST MOON SHOTS
Our technical experts expect Rus Russia
sia Russia to try againsoon to wow the
world with something more apec
tacular than a simple Sputnik.
They believe Khrushchev would
like lO shoqt a man into orbit, then
bring him back alive in a sealed

capsule parachuted from outer

space. No doubt Khrushshev also
intends to beat the United States

to the noon with the first rocket.

Our iirst moon ,. missiles won't
be ready until August when both

the Army and Air Force will at at-tempt
tempt at-tempt to shoot smal1, camera car-

rymg satellites around the moon

The launchings will be scheduled

at a t time w h e n the mo n

is between the earth and the sun

Then the sun will illuminate' the

back side of the moon 'which our
scientists hope to photograph.

The Air Force lso hopes to
circle the moon in September and
October with more complex satel satellites.
lites. satellites. The October shot may even
carry, a television camera if pre present
sent present p'ans work out Meanwhile,
special observation stations I will
be built in Hawaii and England
for the moon shots.

The year 1958 may go down in

We. have a few -..'.complaint be

cause we accepted. $25,000 ,(to
fight f cancer) irom.. Ge....., ,
Trujillo Jr., son of the Dominican
Republic's former dictator president-
4 .When we got the check we
4hatit -would .be returned t4 iight
cancer in his country; s .Plus al allocations
locations allocations from U.S. donors later.
. .As treasurer of the" Runyon
Fund we are not allowed to reject
donations; .When the plate is pas
sed (in churches ) they don't ask
your name or your politics. Same

over at this. aesK. .yanety, tne

, SECRET TESTIMONY.
The Senate may be1 forced to
declassify secret testimony to set.
tie the feud between. Sen. Clint
Anderson fD-N,M.,) and Atomic
Energy; Chairman Lewis Strauss
over whether, we are' stockpiling
"dirty" H-bombs while we talk a.
bout "clean" ones.
-Anderson charged that hundreds

of nuclear bombs have actually

oeen maae airtier" at the Pen Pentagon's
tagon's Pentagon's request.

htrauss stout'y denied, however,

The trigger bomb spreads the ra.

aioacuve panicles whi-'h Strauss
scientists have now reduced to five
or six percent or the toal fall out.

Ai tnis will be explained m a

pamphlet which Strauss is now
preparing for the foreign observ observers.
ers. observers. '. .

What the pamphlet won't men.
tion, however, is that the hvdroseit

explosion may charge the sur-

rounding elements with radioae.
tivity jvhich will be just is dan.
gerous as the particles from the
triggr bomb. : :

The neutrons released bv the

hydrogen explosion will probably

acuvaie ouier elements ann cause
"induced" radioactivity. The re re-su'ting
su'ting re-su'ting fall out may be just as con.
taminated as that spread by "dirty"-
bombs, it all depends upon
where the bomb is exploded and
what elements' are ac'ivated.
Thus Strauss ballyhoo, about a
"clean" bomb .may backfire un un-less
less un-less he tells the full truth about
it before he shows. it off to fo fo-reign
reign fo-reign experts. ' ;
' OOPS DEPARTMENT
A'ter invesMgating a renort in
this column that the 'ate Senator
Welker's relatives were practic practicing
ing practicing nepotism in his deoartmentv

secretary m the interior Fred Sea Sea-ton
ton Sea-ton reports back that the column
must have mixed up same family
trees. s . -
.Seaton say that Edward Wooz. '.
ley, boss of the. Land Management 1
Bureau, came from W e 1 k e r's

home state, Idaho, but was never

related to him in any toay. Er

nest Palmer, whom Woozley ga

iot in California, also Is not

his brother-in-law. Woozley's wife
is a Pa'merbu be'ongs to a dif.

ferent family altogether. !:. 1

1 -.-i
The only relative Wooxley has

working under him is Ray Deg.
champs, a career emnloyt, now
assigned; tq Billings,. Mont, This
column .apologizes to all concern.
ed. v 4

selection

for July will be John Edgar Ho- exec scenes overeat NBC

over s 'oest-seiier, 'Master- 01 -pledged nortQ print it.

Starlet Greta Thyssen is now
Sammy Kaye vocalist B. Frank's
Danish pastry, ; .Brie: Gen. Len

H'wood Reporter and newspapers that any bombs have been mndifi.

muffed tne big news benmd tne ea "ior the purpose" of increas-

nip rauiuacuve all-out.

Andersph's charge is based upon

Deceit," terrific inside stuff on

Comreds. a Midwest Commies
will meet 'secretly'4- in Chicago
May 17th and 18th.-To map plans

on which candidates to support m
the Fall national elections. .To
'H", now : in Great M e a
dows; prison, Comstock, Nr Y.r 1
turned your letter over to the FBI.
Don't worry. Your kin Will not be
involved. Our -next column will be
titled: 'Letter from a Dying
Man", .Att'n all contributors to
the col'm: Address offerings (to
me) at. Tropicana hotel, Las Ve Vegas,
gas, Vegas, starting .today until June
10th. Then. back to Mpvietown. We
resume filming the new 'Winchell
File" series at Desilu- June 16th.

rThanks). i .How button-down canL iiiBi-. wtA.r h.t P'osions in the air

you get? -The f Miami Herald re-ghe could "identify" the assassin.1 Yet the heavier bombs weren't
.cently randan adyer; 'for 1' dish-!, , The FBI regretfully said they sought ."for the purpose" of in.

I Secret testimony hpfnro fho Tnint

If the police Of four cities do not Congressional Atomic f watchdog
'break' a murder case (we tipped Committee irom Herbert York
them about) we will make public! former director of the Livermore,
from : the Tropicana Vegas stage Calif. radiation laboratory and
during our newcast on the ; pre- now chie' scientist for the Penta.
miere night of Monte Preiser's gon's new snare aeenrv

new girl-show May 27th. All wire withA,, v,-,i.ti ;u.'-

services (and TV. network ? jM
hi 11 a quo 1 or a onrHi a 1 In tnui lan Al. . .7

X.,. T i-i ,k ,c7i n tesu"wy wouia support both s des
nZ lh- AiSTC iL, m I of the controversy. What he report
X'fFJ&LPXt behind closed doors was that

fkA A 17nWAA L.J 4. J 1

car and enter one in which a 'Wfri"" Sf.uh rt'Vr.
ruMo t iiHn wa. main w tr H-bombs which would detonate

flown from an Eastern city to her S?.J2!f- Pte"MW2Uld tl
mother's coast home ater a'pb.w 5av f hlch Protbhab Protbhab-Mll
Mll Protbhab-Mll from this column. We feared ? be-more dangerous than

for her safety. Because news-'l"e uoactive faU-out from

ex.

HAVE YOU EVER
WONDERED
Why w""ilw town" after 40?
bo't It poMtbl that tht chemical
change within aur fcody an iu-
by 'an unknown nutritional
ne4. Isn't it nwaiM that the un.
known substance in Royal Jelly
could supply (his need. Surely
product taken by His Holiness,
Pop Plus XII, is worthy of your
Investigation. Your health hi
Important to yen. The brand (
Royal Jelly taken by the Holy
Father is capsuled In Its original
LIQUID state. Each al contain
IS capsules of M-H-12 or M
mtllifTsm at pnre fresh LIQUID
Royal Jelly, the -entire process
It snpervlicd by medical doctor
for your safety. A product of
such, high quality assures yea of
honest value. W will send yon
fro on request a copy of the
communication from the Vatican
confirming that the Holy Father
ased the product distribute
nd the It has the honor (or hi
cur. Writ Golrim Glow, Dept.
A.. Box 12, Macon, Georgia,
U.S.A.

washer. 'College grad preferred'

. .. .Delia Reese has a dilly of a
ditty in her newest hittv.. It is
named :'C'mon, mon.", Sexxxiest

Hall (former GOP Nat'l Chair-disc since 'What Lola Wants"..

onnM nnr nrotur-i hpr hfteaiiM 'th .creasing '. .ft radioactive.

case is not' in our; jurisdiction." All the Air Force wanted was
Her home town police said ditto. more effective bomb against air

So we persuaded the underwori to sinps. w air explosion might not

protect ; her.

WOl.'i

5 SERVJ c ptcTOfflfczp
i i ACENT; WW
"r, 1 "" -',' r I .....

Everywhere you go there is :
a conveniently. placed
LUCAS Agent specially
equipped and with trained
ttaflf at your service. In
this district we are privi-,
leged officially to represent
the largest car battery

manufacturers in the
country. ,V T

in all battery and car
electrical matters, we
. have special facilities and
equipment to give you rapid,
skilled and economical
service. ; ,'"

-Z (Some switch,

even damage a runway, whereas

Although Christ died on the
cross, the cross did not become
the symbol of Christianity vn vn-til
til vn-til about 400 years later, dur during
ing during the time of Constantine the
Great. Under Constantine it
was acknowledged as the sym

bol of the Christian religion
just as the crescent was the
symbol of '.the' Mohammedan
religion. ..
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DlSTKltiuTORS

r- NATIONAL-MOTORS INC

(MOTORES NACIONALES)
Automobile Row Phone 2-0787

Hw blahzav kin yiz set? Ros-

sana Br azzi shrugs: '1 wouldn't

tl u Hie su eei: m ecu vriua uuuu-
brigida or Ava Gardner." o,
c'mon. Not even on a no signal?

Shadd's adorer (a botellionaire)

put, up si2,uuu to buu tt-. vr.

rolling. The generous one also

owns a orewery...Juesi ana Lu

cille: The biggest business Mu
show business. .. .Lenny Kent Ind

his longtime sweedee (Mignon
Warner) haveMet it curdle,.Love

and Kixxxx to the New hous hous-papers
papers hous-papers in' Birmingham, Newark,
Long Island, Syracuse, St. Louis

a nd Foruann ( ore. ) for another
S10.000 check to the Runvbn Fund.

That makes 50Gs to date' from

these prosperous gazettes (with

another 50, maybe coming up?)..

The Fraternal Order of Eagles

(the ',' Fund's Santa, Claus) just
sent another check from Aerie

No. 25 at Skagway,'. Alaska, ..Ben

Bard of zutn century-rox to new newcomer
comer newcomer starlet Diane Ladd : 'Al

ways remember, money follows

money.
Here now! Wotz this about Kee-ly-
and Louie?? : (Aw; cuddid cuddid-doutttt)
doutttt) cuddid-doutttt) The United Auto
-Workers (a union with a 27-mil-lion-dollar
war chest) is layin pff
a lot of its office belp ..'.Garbo
resumed with : George Schlee

(Valentina s nowand-then groom)
at Romeo Salta's . .The ex-Mrs.
Edw. G. Robinson has a new love.

May wed in the Fall at Nassau,

British West Indies. He's an Air

Force colonel; who served un

der uen. Clare cnennauit. v .uver

heard about the "Tonight" show:
'How do you1 like the way Jonath Jonathan
an Jonathan Winters is ruining Jack Paar'S

vacation?" .In Lindy's they
were canning a ham 'or'

the style, delivery and'wifbf
many stars, 'Yeh, said one iin iin-ic.
ic. iin-ic. 'even down to the Ingrate

Planetarium

Answer to rVeviout Puzzle

, ACKOSS
; I Red satellite
' 8 Most remote
1 known solar
I planet
; 13 Colonnade
! MMisplacer r
1 15 Constellation
' 18 General (ab.)
17 Anoint :

18U,nitof
. reluctance .'
19 Sound of pain
21 Operated
22 Masculine
nickname
33 Brythonic
. sea god
25 Small candle
28 Burlesques
32 Genus of -s
; true olives
33 Deep hole
34 Corn bread
35 Lank
38 Mineral rock
37 Top of the
' head
38 Hates
40 Low sat. j. hills
41 Soak flax

' 42 Pronoun :
43 Months (ab )
46 Cupolas:-,
. 48 East (Fr.)
51 Genus of
grasses
53 Brink made -A
with malt
54 Fish eggs
55 Send In
payment
58 Sea nymphs

58 Limicoline
bird -'' 1
DOWN
I Heavenly
body

2 Father (Fr.)
3 Russian river
4 Transpose
(ab.)
5 Petty
faultfinder
6 Frosters v :
7 Gambling
game
8 Jupiter is the
largest solar

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27 Irish fuel 44 Baking

B Actor, 28 Titles of chamber-'

Cha'ney courtesy 45 Half (prefix);

10 Employer ,i 29 Horse color 47 Horse 1 neck
11 Anatomical 30 Grafted (her.) hairs
tissufc 31 Observes 48'Iroquoian

12 Biblical name 33 Lemurlne

20 Winged
22 Term in
horseshoes
24 Tearer
25 Related

mammal
39 Unruffled ""
40 Arid region'
42 Feminine
. appellation

Indian

49 Term in faro!

50 Trial
52 Clamp 1
57 Symbol for
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DEMONSTRATION TEAM Capt. Mario XMIver, guest Instructor from Mexico at the U.S. Army Caribbean School, Fort
lick, discusses a phase of action with men of, the 1st Battle-Group, 20th Infantry, prior to-yesterday's "Infantry-Tank dem
onstratlon staged at Fort Kobbe, Oliver was the Spanish-speaking narrator who explained action for Latin American visitors,
, who included 20 members of Panama's -National Guard and 114' student officers from the U.S. Army" Caribbean School. .'Left
to right are Pfc. Lawrence Buck, Pfc. Alton Brimage. Pfc. Eu gene Miller, Pfc. Walter GouveiaPfc Jack Holiday.: and Sgt;
Edwin P. Champion; On the tank are Sp2 James E. Mohar, Pfc, Jeny P. Young and Sgt. Billy C. Griffls. (U.S. Army Photo),

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TO OUR FRIENDS
: A.ND CUSTOMERS:
, W( regret, t? announce the closing of our Colon"
retail store by June 30th, 1958. v 4 '
' Beginning May 30th, our Colon Store will hold
a giant .clearance sale, offering values never before before-available.
available. before-available. t- V,'. i'-'.-Vy i;xi
We wish to express our appreciation for your,
past patronage and look forward to the pleasure of
serving you at our other branches.

MSGT JAMES POWERS of the Balboa ROTC unit is awarded
the- Commendation Ribbon by Capt. Christopher Wheeler,
; Powers, who has been assigned to the Balboa High School
ROTC Unit since March 1956, received the decoration for in instilling
stilling instilling in the cadets, by his leadership, example and enthusi enthusiasm,
asm, enthusiasm, the highest respect for the Army, their school end their
country. Powers leaves this' month for a jiew assignment in
the United States. , t

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V Opening JeadVV K

LT. GEN. RIDGLE1T GAITHER, new commander in chief of the Caribbean Command, passes through an honor r guard -composed;.
.of ;Latm American students of the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick, Canal Zone.1 To the right is Col. Glnes
Perez, commandant of the school. Galther visited the school's Automotive, Military Police,- and Signal sections.

' ; 1 (ij.sr Army Photo)

SYLVANIA LAB TO OPEN
,-:,WALTHA, Mass. (UP)-Syl.
r vania Electronic Systems -t di.
vision; of : Sylvania Electric. Pro Pro-'
' Pro-' ducts Inc,i4will,' 6pen 4: 102,000 102,000-1
1 102,000-1 squar foot ; facility ; 'housias its

new : data i processing. ..laboratory
in HP9fhv NepHhsm in Tnlw '

FLINTKOTB OPENS PLANT If:
NEW YORK (UP)-Flintkote
, Co. announced thef openuig of a
multi-million-dollar insulrock pro.
1 ducing plant at North. Judson,
Indi, to serve Chicago and the
" mtd.western area.' 1 y

EXPENSIVE TELEPHONE
LONDON (UP) Postmaster.
General Er nest Marple, said
Thursday that Ardmore, a remote
west Coast had; the world's most
expensive pay telephone. It cost
$14,000 ;to install. The phone CoL
lects an average of $16.80 a year,
he said.v-j.j..'; ,. y,y y :.,.) .. jv...,y
WE ENTERS NEW MARKET
' METUCHEN. N. J. if UP 1

LWestinghouse E 1 e ct r io Corp.

announced it entry into the

line of six basic models.

table phonograph market wit

r.

SEEKS AIRLINE STOCK
WASHINGTON (UP)-Seaboard

and Western Airlines, an all-cargo

carrier, nas asxed the Civil Aero,
nautics Board, for permissipn to
buy a 25 per cent stock interest
in Aerlinte Eireann Teoranta,. an
Irish airline." .,

: BEN SKIPPED

BOSTON (UP) -During the

&a-year History of tha Boston La

tin School,, the .nation's olde-t

public school, only one student ev

er skipped a grade. His namc?

uenjamm' Jfrankiin.

ROYAL RECALLS' EMPLOYES

. NEW YORK" (UP) Royal
McBee Corp. is recalling about
500 employee! previously laid off
at its Hartford, 'Conn, typewriter
plants. Spokesmen said the ac action
tion action rellected rising sales .and

progress of the firm 's program

to reduca, finished goods in.

vemory. -
OFFICIAL ENDS VISIT'

MUNICH, Germany (UP)
President Celal Bayir of Turkey
.left here bv air vfor Ankara

visit to West Germany and West

Benin.; ; ; $

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' Todav's hand proves nothing e

cept. spades are a mighty nice suiu
i West's choce of a one-club open.
fni wa6s normal. He had a little

too much in high cards for a pre-

nmntive bid. North's four spades

was aUJ normal.; ne nan a reai

freak hand and might well romp
Withfour spades even My South

showed up with t" bust. v 1
iumo toi seven clubs, but re-

aiRroauiutt tit pajapisuoD y&v&

strained nrmseu ior one reason

onlv; He wanted to cash m on a

slam bonus and did not want

Nnrth and South defending at

seven ades. Hence, East ; bid

six- clubs only.
' South did not really expect to

make six spades but knw his partn

er coulan t De nun at mat coniraci;
and South certainly thought t that

East and West could make their.

six clubs.
iWest also did not think that six
soades could make but he was wil

ling to have his partner hid the

grand slam. Hence, nis pass to

six spades. East ODiigea wun xue
Brand slam bid and at this point

South doubled. :

South's double was "a -request to

his partner for an unusual lead.
South was void of hearts and hop hoped
ed hoped that North would figure that

lead out, ..".'
1 West did not knowwhat was

eoirie on exactly but thought a

-V wnat was nis partners

ble based 01. an ace7

Not likely in, v'c.v of the oppon

suit Could Mt be a void heart

ents' biddings. Could it be a' void

suit Yes, in all probability.
. In that case North, could see the
spade; grand slam and took his
partner's double of. sevea clubs
out to seven spades. . ,-;

Local 900 To Hold
Program Tomorrow
Honoring WIF
' Local 900'i Atlantic region is
sponsoring a program tomorrow

night in Buena Vista on the Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway in honor of the

new Federation of the' West i In

dies.
Harold W. Rerrie. chairman nf

-Locsll 900, and Colbn assemblyman
Jir-ji Tl iT) : 1 1 .....

wuoc 'u. loamu wm aaress ro

those attending the program. -;
, Director of organization Purcell
Gilmore, who is in charge of prep preparations,
arations, preparations, announced that buses
will leave the Crtatnha!

lice -during the eveninc for Rhp.

m Vis:;. All thora ; parsons -who
have, purchased tickets should get
in touch with the union office in
Cristobal to et ? all. hiformation
on; departure tim nf th

Gilmore said inn

bem the form of fair urtth

i exhibitions, dancing, another fea

.w";u wm go on unty morn'

; The progr im i is scheduled i to
2et underway at p.m.f-:c:-

wia&BAUEN,., Germany (UPV

. wuuam x. aley, a .42.
yeaf old command pilot, was
named yesterday as chief of staff

" o. Air f orce In Europe.
Daly-of Eureka, Calif., has been
executive officer at Air Force
headquarters here.

fipi I'll be working to change some : elec
(lnc lines'lo improve my service to 'you.

It .will be necessary to suspend your.cur your.cur-rent
rent your.cur-rent for a few hours:
The Hours: 5 : 00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

i

:;Jhe Areas: 16th Street, Rio Aba jo and

111

15th Street, Parque Lefevre
:y 'i:V V' "y .'f;'

kl : to, Llano Bonito.

Thani you lor your kind cooperation.' (

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StataK;, in fUel, ad, t., .f'tt. CFN ,W1 ., r.rt

iei .n 1. 1,7? . -"--y uu.i3. lniiy iuriuoean insiaiiaJiions and activities. A specially nrcDarrii

news-

in nti-ctinu, im 1, w.v. ,4 .V i.7 --- uiuuuig mc use ui kiiucs, sun pictures, iums ana live announcers
in one'snow. In the group, left to right, are Pfc. William r Rit.r. film nhmrion h ni n .r"

.commanding Officer;. Cap. Bruce W, Parrish, of ficer. In charge of CFN;
charBe; Lt. Col. T.M. HicksUSARCABia information officer; Capt. John S Komn aide to Mai fiin Thorn.. I HVni.i
USARCARlft commanding general, and Harold. (U.S. Army Photo). h-Jim aide m' Ge- m Harrold,
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Q The bidding has teen:
South West North East
il Double Redbl." Pass
2 i 2 Double Pass
, You, South, hold:
,4 VACS KQS7C4 AKt4
What do you do?
. APass. iN kin told yeer,.
partner that jtm r Mt later
ested la a doable of a lew con contract
tract contract He has heard fnui ;"
j TODAFS QUESTION
I Tod hold the same hand. In-'
stead of doubling twe spades
-your partner has id four dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. What do you do now?;
'.' Answer Monday

JAPANESE BOYCOTT CLASSES

TOKYO (UP) An esHmated

150,000 Japanese students boy.

cotted their classes in 57 univer.
sities throughout the nation

yesterda in ,.,a strike- protesting

against u. s. and Briush nuclear

tests in the Pacific. .. i

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it. iy

ro rr

e KXneon jml luar

1 ,'!r
Across from old Ancon'P.Or'nsr of htt. and 4th of July4Avr'.'

f ': e4-i;:f?r.J' yt:- a .-s.v..tt.

.K'f::

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Every FRIDAY
and SATURDAY ;

t the incomparable

r.'-":' "LORD COBRA?

V ''.who will be supported! by Guillermo Bright,
SS"11 i: 1 11 f 1 feat rwv.a.

l-iv V "lciau"1Hy iatuous pianist, ana ms ino.

..And. on Sundays throusli
i '.Thursdays
"DOLORES"
, Panama's Queqn of the
' ' Keyboard,

.The Ancon Grill Bar Wfers
: -.. -. '-' -:
, the best GRILLED MEATS in. Panama,
and also a. complete variety of Drinks
; served, fey expert' bartenders.

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The Air Conditioned Ancon Grill js a
place where a family reunion, a date
with a girl, or just a friendly get-'toi
gether is most agreeable. :

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rut PANAMA AMIHICAX AN" P.TrriXCEXT EAILI

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MISS VIRGINIA

MI)5S VIRGINIA ADA McLAREN WILL L"
I MARY MR. JOHN EDWARD MeWJLLlAMS .

Th eneaeement and approaching man-law of Ml Vlr

ni'a Ada McLaren, daughter Of
h. lot- rnt.
nhn reward McWilliams has
Miss McLaren, formerly of

"Boone tilth School in urranao. ju., ana wiu receive. cr e
gree in elementary education from Florence State College in
- May. The bride-jYoom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. William
. C. McWilliams of Cherokee, Ala. He was graduated from
Jlorence State College at Florence, Ala., with a degree in
.chemistry and is currently employed at the Reynolds Alumi-
s Tin-wixidlii wittrfaka ftlaoetoB MaT41MShev -First

'Papal Nuncle Henered At' Dinner
Ar the Brazilian Empassy
" The Ambassador of Brazil
in
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MakejFull Strength
;lcd:Teavith
COPWATER!

Nested

Instant Tea

tlvod pom f Tm and ctvbohvdf4t
HisrMt-tASY io MAKii JuBt a turn
of thefcold water faucet, and eiu
. joyfullstrengthicedtea,instantly.
H tea bag met I No water to boil 1
WUSHINO. Mil STRiNGTtf FjLAVQR.
' plestea bursts with delicious pure
teaflavor,SamercsA,i8frcnff
$verytime. "Always clear never

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ADA McLAREN
Mr. D. M. McLaren of Jios.
l)avM M. McLaren, to" Mr.
been announced by her motper.
Balboa, was graduated from
Panama and Mr. A. Boulitreau
Fraeoso were hosts at dinner
fat the Embassy residence on Wed
I
iced Nestea!
Ge4 Heutemit
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Box 134,
Panama

nesday evening ia ihonor. of the
Very Beverena Monsjgnor Lulgi
Punzolo. Papal Nuncio in Pans,
ma. Members oi Ml yipiomeuc
Corps were the guests.
Parents Daughter V,
Dr. and Mrs. W,B. B. W b 1 1
hill have announced the birth of
daughter, Tra Lorain born
May U at the us wavsi uospiui
in Guam. Mrs. Whitehill it the
iormer Carolyn Slater, daughter
o( Mi. and Mrs, Chir ei E, Slater
of Curundu Height. Paternal
grandparents are Mr, and Mrs.
Joe Whitebill of Deli City, Texas.
Mils Deris Yeunt Henered
At SvriKiM iirthsy Party
Mias Doris Young was honored
at a surprise birthday party at
her home in Los Rios last'evening.
Among friends who tilled on her
were the Muses t-aroiyn tonving.
ton, Masine Conover, Sandy Pun,
ning, Diane Hutcheton, Linda
Pearl, Judith Fuller, Virginia Li.
vington, and Carolyn Corn-
Captain and Mr. Richardson
LevtvPr Teur of Duty In StsUs
Captain (USN) and Mrs, George
7. it icbardson who have ; been
stationed at Quarry Heights left
by p ane yesterday for the United
Siaies. Following a vacation in
North Carolina and Florida, they
will go to Chicago where Capt.
Kichardson will attend school.
They will then go to Idaho where
be will be atationed.
Quarry Height's Women's Club
WeleeitHS New Members
Mrs. Ridgely Gaither, wife ; of
the Commander in Chief of the
Caribbean Command, was wel.
cornea tus week : as tne new
Honorary President ot the Quarry
Heights" Women's Club,
Both MM, 'Gailher' and : Mrs.
Paul it. Weyrauch, wife of. the
new Caribbean Command Chief
of Staff, were honored guests at
the Club's May luncheon last Wdd
nesday at the Quarry Heights', Of.
ficers' Club,-
The business, bortion of the ree.
ular monthly meeting was mam.
ly oevoied to introduowoniKflf the
large number of new .. members
wno attended ior the first time
and larewels to those members
who were leaving ,tbe Canal Zone
in ine near mtuie. ;
New members, in .addition to
Mf l. Oaitner and Mrs Wevrauch.
were Mrs, Henry T. Fletcher. Mrs
. 1 B. Raser, Atita. -Jj i Lawren.
ce and Mrs. W, P, PannelL
Attending lor the last time were.
airs., Jrreaerick Lsmnbeu. Mrs.
-Harry Wheatoa and Mrs. Ray
mond Hubbard, who are accomp.
anying tneir Dusoanos to new as.
signments in the United Staei.
Following the. luncheon served
at a table decorated with a center
piece of. purpie.Pride ot .lncua i
Iprsnrmrt with whit rhinpp i
ui we, ie aaies ijearu 0 interest.
ing taut on Chinese art by Mr,
BniKue oi tne. aiar pt xnfiia tJWau
shop in Panama.
Mrs. h.' C. Wooten pf Quarry
Heights was the .inner : of the
door prize, a porcelain jtatuetie1
cy," donated by Mr. Bbikue.
Guests of the Quarry Heights'
Women'sClub for the luncheon
this month were Mrs. George H
Wales, Mrs, ? Paul A. Zartman
Mrs. A. F. Hollingsworth, Mrs,
James Potts, Mrs.' H. P Long,
Mrs. : Blair NiUson, Mrs,, E. P,
Johnson and Mrs. M; F. P. Bows
er.
Hostesses fpr the luncheon, un
der the Chairmanship of Mrs.
Walter H. Clark, were Mrs
George F. Schlatter aad Mrs,
Carleton G. Shead. ,
-0-
William Lawrence Installed
In Highest DtmoUy Office
William C. Lawrence of GsImp
was installed Master Councilor of
Atlantic. Chapter, Order of De-

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right) Dresenta the avel of authority to the incoming nrsiinf

during recent installation ceremonies held by th. Fort Oulicli 'QlnCuii. Tines Pere ii on the

Molay at an open installation of
officers held recently at the Cirst.
obal Masonic Temple,, The group
of more than one hundred and
twenty-five attending included
parents and irienda from now
sides of the Isthmus.
William P. Fusselman, who was
completing his, term as master
councilor, was the installing of
ficer. Other instilling officers in.i
eluded Irl R. Sanders Jt., PMC,
senior councilors; Ralph Mai.
coim Jr., PMC, junior councilor;
John A. Willoughby, PMC, seribe.
Reverend Ray Wi Blakely, chap chaplain;
lain; chaplain; William C. Willoughby, PM
C, senior deacon; Leslie W, Croft
Jr., PMC, marghsl; Jphn M. Pur-
vis jr., rwc sentinel; Miss Grace
Argo, Organist and Miss Claire
White soloits,
As the' officers, Vearine their
cef monial .robes, entered the
chapter room for their installation
they escorted officers and mem members
bers members pf Cristobal Assembly No. 2,
Order of the Rainbow for phis.
Miss Jean Chambers, worthy adv advisor,
isor, advisor, was escorted by the incom.
ing master councilor. Other Rain
bow Girls escorted by the new of
ficers included the Missel. Bleak,
ley, Colleen Salter, Rosalie Radel,
Andrea Terrell, Andra Nash,
Marguerite Engelke. Bonnie Ran.
kin,- Sandra Jones, Judy Griffon,
Marion iveacn, &nen uute, Ju
re nCoate, Irene Meehan, Huey
Lee, Ramona Anderson and Pa:
mela Johnston,
The following officers will serve
I the Chapter,, during the 'ensuing
term;- master councilors. wmiam
C .Lawrence, ; Senior : councilors
Irl R. Sanders III: junior council
or, mamas k. beicrtr4' acriber,
jonn a, wiuoughby, pMf; sen.
ior deacon, Jackie D, Bedwell:
tinior deacpn, Leroy 0.'; Werle:
in; senior siewaru; jjonaiu t,.
Humpreyr; junior jteward;Arth
ur N, Lawrence, chaplain, Lionel
l. uarneia, jr; marsnai, wuuam
R. Hogan; standard bearer Frank
J. McLeoo Jr; orator, Waldo B,
uij ey jr; first preceptor, Gary
W, Ieving; second preceptor, Jam,
es h. Murray; tmr preceptor
John D. Campbell; foutb precept preceptor
or preceptor Walter T..Woodru;' fifth pre.
ceptor,' Frank R. Alberga: sixth
preceptor. Jay W. FrenchJ sev.
enth preceptor, Felix F. Karpins,
ki, and sentinel, William P. Fus.
seiman, rMCC,
After the officers had been Ins
tailed the new Master Councilor
introduced the Reverend P,ay M.
jsiageiy.. Minister ot tne uatun
Union Church and guest speaker
for tne evening, who gave ao in.
teresting address on "Growth".-
in a most impressive ceremony
the outgoing master ; councilor,
William Fusselman,' gave the
"Flower Talk," a DeMolay'f trib
ule to womanhood and especially
to mothers. At the ceremony,
remembrance of the evening was
given to each mother by her De,
Molay son, while -Miss Claire
White, soloist, sang "Mothes" ae,
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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution' Guaranteed by the State j
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savinjs Accounts

INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00.

We make loans with guarantee on first mortgages -v
or other securities i
25c, 50c, t $1.C3 and $5,h

CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

deposits are accepted thru a period
" t of 48 weeks

Individual safety, deposit
doournents, In 4
OFFICE. IN PANAMA
! 109 Central' Ave. at.
corner of "I" Stree;
O. A.'De KOUX,"
" Manager"1

HOURS

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US Army;Commis$ary Accounts

Consolidated In
In the Interest of economy and
better management control, the
VZ, Army Caribbean Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Service recently complet,
ed a two-phase course of action
to establish tingle management
tor subsistence, The required the
consolidation of the three com-
missary accounts, Corozal, Fort
Oullck and Fort Kobbe. with the
Quatermaster subsistence supply
account. -' u.
Lt. Col. James N. Herndon.
QMC, formely chief, field service
division, now heads the conso consolidated
lidated consolidated subsistence operation. As
chief of the subsistence division
companied by Miai Grace Argo.
As hit trist oaiciai act, vm.
Lawrence presented Wm. Fushe.,
man with hit Past Master coun councilor's
cilor's councilor's Jewel a gift of appreciated
from' the Chapter tor his loyal
services. : ;
Mrs. Thomas F. 'Gibson, Presid.
ent of the Atlantic DeMolay
Mothers' Circle, presented the
out-going master councilors with
tie clasp with a PMC emblem.
On behaU o his parents," Arth.
ur Lawrence, presented nil brpih
er with a gaet made' of native
wood, to be used during flij. term
of office. N-'
'Honored1 guests escorted to seats
to seats in the East and who of offered
fered offered their best wishes forthecon-
inued success of the Chapter in
cuded Norman B. DAvi4on. de.
puty to. the International Supreme
council ior tne canai one; pa,
vid C. Mcllhenny, chairman of the
advisory council; Harvey SJ' Gul-
John fi. Taylor, master of Albert
Lodge, AF and AM; Samuel Row.
ley jr., master councilor m pa pa-cii
cii pa-cii ic chapter. Order of DeMoTay ;
Mrs. Beverly Weems and Miss
Jean. Chambers, mother advisor
and worthy advisor of Cristobal
Rainbow Assembly; Mrs. A,
Beuhler and Miss Linda Long.
more. Mother advisor and worthy
advisor of Balboa Rainbow as,
sembly No. 2: Mrs,, Lore M
Wray, Worthy Matron of Royal
Palm Chapter No. 2 O.JC.5.! Mr,
Harold B. Small. representing
Coral Chapter no. 3, Ofc!; kcv,
Ray M. Blakely 'guest speaker;
Mrs. Percy A. Lawrence, mother
of the new master councilor; Mr,
and Mrs. W. J. Fusselman. car.
entil of the outgoing master
councilor and Mrs. Thomas
Gibson, president of the Atlantic
O eMoiay aiotner t urcie, -Following
the installation cerem
onies refreshments were teryed
in the banmiet hall where
in the banquet hall where the
boxes, for Jewelry and
different sizes,
COLON BRANCH:
.Front St. at. corner ')'
f 7th Sit.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,',
- gub-Manacr
to 12:30 p.m. '
S.00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

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t7. A7-.-( --t,tv
E(onomy;fAbve
for the Quartermaster, he is the
accountable officer and respon
slble for All subsistence ooera,
tlons, Including the requisition requisitioning,
ing, requisitioning, storin, issuing and retails
saies m support of an uoab
ganizationt, units and authoriz
ed personnel in Central ; ind
south America,.- -v : r;
Ail troop ration are drawn
from one storage and Issue colnt
located at CorpzajL All foodstuffs
and supplies for the three Army
commissaries r also received
from corozal... t. 1 tr .'
As esOmated $40,000 will be
saved annually as a result of this
consolidation, ,r
The subsistence u vision now
perform the overall manage management
ment management of all three commissary
stores and established compo
nents; prepares and processes a
requisition and issue slips, rec rec-edrds
edrds rec-edrds and reports, and performs
atock fund accounting functions.
it fiom piles and punnsnes
monthlv insta nation price list
(tinervlsea the Durchase. lnspee
t'nn i'orM. distribution and
tale' of subslstence. supplles nd
stafelhhes.apd mamtalna, stock
Knntroi nrocedures ana recoros.
The subsistence division elso
purchaw locally,' CoJ, Herndon
Estimated that approximately
$2,000,000 worth Of produce is
pbllc of panlma for sale In the
ialii stores or issue w vrvp w
hallt-;
guests had' assembled to' give the
new officer their best' wishes.,;
B'ahs'l DiseusMen
Crnun Sundiy
The second topic "Le After
Death'' in a seriet of discussions
presented by the Baha'it ot we
Canal Zone will be held in the
Community oulidmg at- turunau
grom 10 untill II p.m. tomorrow.
A- Baha'i speaker will present
the view of the subject at cover,
ed in the Baha'i-writing, Quest
ions, ; flJBcUSSlpns, ano excnaoge
of ideas will follow.
AH interested persons, regardless
0 frac, colors, or ereed a' invit invited
ed invited ,to attend;."" '
I'Nal i'rlrh lupeer
Monday Night i -,
The" B'nal B'rith wi'l hold an
in'orroai supper and get-together
for members, wives ind guests
Monday at 7:30 at the Atlas Gird,
en, ..,.!-.
Music will, be provided for danc,
ing.
Newcomer Named
To Adjutant Cen;
Officer Here
It." Col.' Alfred Bonnlwell, whe
arrived in U.S. Army Caribbean
earlv this week, has been assign,
ed (o the office of the Adjutant
General, Headquarters, USARCAB
IB. ...
Prior to his assignment here
Sonniwell was chief, secretariat
for the Department of the Army
Selection Board, Personnel Pi vi vision,
sion, vision, the Adjutant General's of.
lice, Washington, P.C. '
Bom in Wayne, P,, he aw
service in the Fsr East Command
at Adjutant General of the 3rd In.
fantry Division. He has also been
iiationed in 'Chicago, 111,, aad
Camp J-ee, Vs.. x
If. as the cuest of honor at ai
party, you rateive a gift, openlt
as soon as u is given to you. lt
isn't good manners to wait until
you get home to open a gift.
Because those who gave it want
to see your pleasure when you
open

V5?V''UrSJ33

ly MIS. MUXIEL UWXENCI

SOME years ago I was in' a miL
linery shop selecting a new spring
hat when two ether customers en.
teres. ......
Ty were'twins eldetly worn-
en. ihouga one was thinner thsn
the other, their resemblance wss
striking. Their clothes were alike,
too, even to the carved face in
the cameo pins at the. throat of
the b'ouses under their well cut
navy suits. They sat down on the
same bench before a mirror and
the stouter one said. "We'd like to
see the brown miiar sailor in the
winaow." . t
As jthe was trvtnr it nn th.
winner twin suddenly noticed the
gaily flowered tricorne on my ta.
ble. I nodded to the question in her
eyes. She reached for it and hut.
ily removing her own bat, placed
ik on ncr graying jiair.
I thought, "How much prettier
she looks in flowers than in thit.
old blue beret thing she came 'in
WHO! "..
AND I waasmilinf at her r.
flection in the 1 mirror when her
sister said, ."Take that l lily
thing oft your head this minute,
Ella. Do you want everyone to
think you're a fool?"
The flowered hat was removed.
The stout twin said, "We'll take
Fort Kcibs DaUb

Six Vcc!ts' Trainins In Rio llato ;

Members of D Company, st
Battle Group. 20th Infantry, are
presently undergoing squad,!
platoon and company tactics on
the plaint pf the Rio, Haw Train Training
ing Training Area during their annual six six-week
week six-week training-exercises,
The unit left Fort Kobbe two
weeks 'ago and, following prepa
ration of g bate cmp, immediately-started
straining -In aquad
tactics, operatlow And nun-
Th six-week-long cycles for
all units training at Rio Hato
coven tnree onaset or. wttruc
tlon, the squad, platoon and
company level training. Each is
lach eetlc for IncliuieR In this
(eluma sheulf M ivbmiHt w
SvMrittfe leiM i mailed,
the auAiber IWt ily In -ll
an" Otherwise." er delivere
Utni t the effifs, NHms f
imstinfs cannot atcepted ki
Ulhan,
X;
Alpha Encampment
The Alpha Grand Christian En
campent No. 1, IUOMFS, will
hold its regular monthly business
meeting tomorrow at-the t rater,
nity Hill Cplon, at f p.m. ;
Three officers, "'Who- were un.
avoidably absent at the last meet,
ing, will be installed at this meet
utg by Sir Knight Companion .Wal .Walter
ter .Walter Als,. Grand. High Priest of
Flower pf the Isthmus Grand
Christian Encampment No. 6,
Special feature off the evening
wm ue a sermon on "whanty py
Sir Knight Companion Osborne C.
Quarless. All Sir Knight Compa
nions, in good standing with their
.respective Encampments, are in.
viteo.

MowXAJaS7;M-
, llemithet Oen-lky-fft rn n 7 0y

-f1- Lather your face
7" "1 Cuticura Ointment

days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
' away-and to speed relief get amazing new, t
greaseless Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
. j:.-:- iL. Jm.t kiA Am tnl maw Plltirilrfl r

' aurms uiv ubj.
X rr.in., ,iik

cuTicunn

Ih? Pcd'ic Sl::ni I!jt lj:l!:n Ccm'pzny
(INCORPORATED tY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
8.S. "SALAMANCA" May 17
M.V. "SANTANDER" ....... . .. . . .May 25 ;
TO I'NITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUD, SPAIN
' AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL "MAR" (20,225 Tons) July
,,-r (Air-Conditioned)
, toTuNITED KINGDOM DIRECT ''
S.S, 'POTOSi May 19
M.V. "SARMIENTO' .. .May25
". ""X'.-1'""11 V""'L ''"'.,u l. ,4" ' ...,,j;
,,, RQYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
r w AMERICA LINE
, ,14 TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH LOYAL" Ma 2S
5.S, "DINTELDYK" ..; May 28
. 7 rn IKCONTINENT
.S.S."LOCH fMRTir June 2
S.S. "DUWENUYK" . .77. 7?tp.7l7r:7:Juntt
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
, ., .. ., I
TELEPHONES: i -Cristobal
3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905

two of 'the brown milan sailors,
please."
I c ""Jess-that this experience in.
fiuei.as my response to a letter
which sayi, "We hsve twin boy
of- four. Up to now we've dressed
them alike. Now their nursery
school teacher says it's time to
start dressing them differently. I
suppose you'd sgree. Any way,
we'd like you opinion."
My opinion it that p'aying a
lifetime role of double to another
person could be a terrible strain,
NOBODY exactly duplicates an.
other person. Even identical twins,
scientific studies tell us, show riis.'
tinct differences in personality
from birth, : v
While before they were born,
these two little boys may have
existed as halves of the same eg&
birth made them, into eparate
people, No twin can chew for
or the other one. No twin can di digest
gest digest the food for the other one.
Since their bodies refuse total i.
dentification, it seems wise .to
me to accept the individuality es established
tablished established by this basic Physical
independence and encourage its de
velopment in at many other area
as we csn.
Twins' outward resemblance eon.
stantly dramatizes their similarity.
So perhspt their parents' obliga. v
tion is to "support their difference.

Grcp Undcrsces
studied eparateiy jn the order
listed. -. s
This Dractical tralninff 1
cedded by classroom preparation
oeiore aepartur to the field.
Initiating the trainlne. thm t
quad wa given Instruction and
participated in an attack phase.
ucicrisjve .moves, nre maneuvers,
jnlper training and; support 'of
ia weapon pjaioon, ,
When the tauad level tralnins
and practical work it competed.
each equad 1 given an Army
training test one nublished bv
the Department of the Army
which covert the tubject etudi-
ta. v company nas )ut compiet compiet-ed
ed compiet-ed Its squad testing and although
not all the returns are in, Sat.
William J. Joyner and his squad
from the first platoon are lead leading
ing leading the company. with a superior,,
rating. ... ,
In the coming weeks the
platoons, composed of tested
squads, will practice similar
operations and will encounter
problems not common to the
tmauer tquaa ize uniw. jnaiuun
leaders 1st Lt, Carlton Coulter
III and 2nd Lt. Marvin L, Foster
will be kept busy a they direct
the platoon through the naces
of this combat-like traJnlng.
Terminating their training
under Capt, Joe, O. Mears, com commanding
manding commanding officer, the unit will be
given a company level test in involving
volving involving descentswithdrawal and
attack movement nd thn be
returned to Fort Kobbe and nor-
mai garrison duty.'
Grace Declares 60
Quarterly Dividend
7 NEW tORK. May 12 The
board of directors of W. R.
Grace & Co, has declared a re" re"-ular
ular re"-ular ouarterly dividend of 60
cents per share on it common
stock,
It is payable on June 10 to
Stockholders of record at the
close of business on May 22.
- - r Advt.
a full minute meraing.and
at night. See eicitmg new ;
.j
P 8 I.lTar.hlnrnnhiin1.
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AN INDETENniNT DAILY M'fSfAFO

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J. anaal Vw... i vi
Iccr 01 Pcn:3
A camera tour of soms of Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's historic situ Mi been
scheduled by the Fort Kobbe' serv

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BALBOA: 0S51. Bajboa Roe
Sirvicee Bundar UiiW W U0 f.Sfr
.44 P
CJUSTOBAU American lesion
arvicea bunaay lu-wO e-tn- l1-"0
BltTO. bouse N l
bunoav JB
UIJU
Sunday school
p:ie a-m.
cuufcr
ADCMI ativf.
aiainey
evncop
M
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COCOU lAn1 tHLKH,
Sunday c""".hr;" HiW
:M out.:
'lrajuilk UlUOtt.""
r:: ..'mmum
VMS-
9 AA n m. I
r 4 til II
I rUWT HAF-ftB'l CMUKUt
Balboa Hoifhta, C
27 Ancon Boulevard
Prawn -. atalboa Hel
. Pbona Balboa 1721
William fL Sby. P11
Sunday School ..,....(
Mnminl Worship ..... t
f:M a.m.
10:45 a.m
Baptist Training Uruwi ...
' Evangelistic Servica
Prayer Mealing. Wednesday.
W Ml ible Study P""
. Man Brotherhood (Laat
Monday in month
t:w i.iq
T:5 p.m.
1:00 DJ
taw am
140 D-m
" fWST AFTT JJWJI
HtfgariU- Avenue et u Mreae
Margarita, CanahZone
. ... Wandall C Paraer, ra
8una. Scnuoi .....,,'''
MornuiK orshlp ,.,....,
Baptist training Union,..,
Kveninit Worship ,.......,,
Brotherhood, Tuesdays ......
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W JM.-Ut Sr IVIdayp
CJU Sunbtami,
U:00
f:it0 pjn
?:45 p.m
:00 o m
, I M pm
rridays
$30 BJKl
, Salvation Array
KJ llop.0eiomlineiial (vaagUtl
7 T v Maetian) -,
' JSANAlA CTTV
u.t.r A Mrs. W. Blfhap '
II Vebruary Street, Phonfl JvOM
1100 Holiness Meeting, ,,.r
if'"" . .. .."
v I..IV.1 nn kmiuii
FABAISOi CZ. ; -fcnvoy
k Mrs. C,,L. MoMlfJ
Culana Street.
11.00 Holinaaa Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
. f. SaJvatioa) Mtil
fOLON CENTRAL
r. Captain A Mrs, H. Grant
14th Street, Phone SS-ldS
-i. 11:00 Holiness Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
IJO'Saivation Meeting
COLOK THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S, Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
' 3:00 6unday School
i t. 1:S0alvatin Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, CZ.
Envoy J. Gill -3:00
Sunday School
' 7:J0 Salvation Meeting
t
- -,, j n .'. it .. S- m
Union Church
i The Rev. "Oscar W. Olsen, Paetor i
lialboa Road at Ban Pablo street
a.woan.un.h Office 2.3231
t 30 a.m. Church School. free bu
. .. 4r,r all atfM. l"
in. in m. Wnwhlo Service TOO
Expanded Session 10 nursery,, u..-
arten and Primary, Depta. Church
Time Nursery for children under vra.
t:00 p.m. junior mgn inwar
a AO D.rr
, A. uimI.. Vallawahln
1:09 pjn. Senior High rUowhlp.
CThenReV.,Bay M. Blakely MtaHtet
. aL ... E JCC a I
Church Sehooi, wife Adult 1 b La
Class. 9.48. .
Service of Worship, 11:09.
Youth fellowship, 8:4.
M?-?iJTAv and Bolivar Hwr.
S. iuj. v nvanklln Pastor
; fhonei' Otfice, 8-2841. Res. 8.1488
" a-. a.7 Church School. Sue eervlce
Classes: Nursery through adult.
' X ..aa BiAaaa lanaf) Waaa-hlt. 1 1
Niiran- lot Infant, and emalUchfl
-5-oT'p-m. Junior Fellowship.'
A complete schedule of auifljirjt.
tlvitles ena oniciai j-
inounced from weeli to ween.
GvtreTk M- Alderfon,' 'ra.t
Off i 70 m Res .10 ;
I 9 '89 a.m. Simdav School
tr.la Warahln.
- Official meetine and. weeh-day ..
; vitiaa aa announced.
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Miniate, ad

pf Psaimf frit Colon. Republic ft Paam, extend welcome at all
timti tt mat 9d wmn pr the famed srvkl, te h.'.-t Bif k
barl, friende aad arrange.
At a public servke, The Panama American listt elew. ty denami denami-lltions,
lltions, denami-lltions, serial par P wershtt east ether reulir aettvitiei.
Littirj art rt4 te ti tim. Cn"iit iM birif V
m m w cRtrtiinf fr tiitti ) "Clhtt CbMrcbtt ft Jnril."

A fptcill liitint it bulv4(4 fM ftrvtetl N AJf rtnt IHH

ST. HAtri CHURCH-BalbM
Sued? MaMti; IM I -Ml
nd :0 PJU-
Mid J ; t :0 n THlwuUJ. iMrfwt
first rrtday: 74 to .0O .. N
OB Monday
CitebiHI tiMi anv jm v
on Sunday'
I H.I ScboaJ Study auki f J9
WdAMUy-
Holy Cay Maaca; l&i a.a. aJ :f)
a.m.
ConltMlentt Sattirday 149 M n
17:14 to f 0 p.M. TfeMMa Mfor rtfI
Saerao Kaart DfT' 1" OJ
Fririava
Cataciuaaj uaaji w w
OIJI LAD Of rATlNA4amt
Sunday Mm at IM a m.
holy Day Maaa m p:w t-BV
Confaanlona: :00 to ,a t M Sa.
iif Hiv.
IT. JOSErB-rralW
Sunday Maaa 10 ajid :t pjl.
Holy Day Maaa at f aa p.aa, .
Warkilav alaaaaa: . AO a jm.
ConfeMionai Saturday Ida to 4JC and
lixa to i-ift. ....
10-m- '"... .. .:.
Mlraeuioua aiaoaj novtnai m i
Inn Frtriav.
conyait anpfrvraflfwi ioiam7 iw
ST. VINCENTS raiuuna Cttt :
Sunday Maaiaat SUM aad M am
Hnlv Da llaaaeai 1:31 iM 10 P.m.
It it tails on Saturday ma Haaiaa art
it .go ana i.u ui
I rmtainnaf Baturda IMtoittlM
:oo to 8:00 p.m. Tburadaya kftarf Pint
friday 120 pjn v4
I Miraculous Medal No vena and at.
lunm of the Crosat Friday J: t.m.
CatecUam Ciaasi Ailar ao paaa 00
Sunday i
Convert Claaa. fan p.m. .xueeaay ana
" ST. THEBRSA'S-Coeol I
Sunrfav Maw: a:3ft a.m.
Holv Dav Mass: f :0 aJia. (It It tails
La Katnrriav a m.)
"day.
tanlaaaiona I w av n-aa, irumwr
ST. JOWi BAPTIST PE LA SAU
- ft rarque seiavr
Aunrla Masses: J0 and 140 f.ea.
Wak llava Mass: B:S0 Man.. Thura
Ifri. and Sat First Friday maaaiS:! m.
nwi ysT'waian wtyr m-- w -w
Confaaslona: 1:80 to 4S tn 1(00 to
''?.. .a-a atl.u. m.mtl an Bam' Ataa fluManaatf
Ijlliailin jlSfBaaj a v p.ama. r
aw, rHWllSrS-U.faam
Convert Class! Monday liM f,BV j
Sunday Mean 1:99 ..
Holy Day Masai l'a f
. r..finm Satatrata C:S0 ta l!ff PJt
1 Thursday hejwe Flret IWday .M p m.,
Utewiam Visas: .n r- T'
Sacred Heart Navpnal ft9 pna. ot1
ATLANTIC SnS
. IX, JOaWH'eWCplpB r
Sunday Uaeseai 1:41. S:90 wd liH a-m.
Keij bay ICesseef Sf td l 0 mM
.al l(i n amt f. t
onlfMiorw; Saturday 49 W,
7K to S9 pm.t ' -Mlraeuioua
Medal rlavtoai Wedneaday
S;15 and ?0 p.m. ,1J
6ertd Bean jNve "?ri.A w
c i... v.rMlna Rarvtf.aa 7:00 ajn.
Convert Clami 1:18 P-sa. am Mondays
n4 ThiirfiHaVa. 1 v
cateentsm viJ ounpay
. al J 1A.il aa aaA fW
UM a.m. a:uw p.m. w av'S.
rift rriHavr.ynnaitlnn of Moat Blem.
ed Sacrament ll (fay KepoaiUtn at liSO
,m. saturoay morning.
f irst naturnsy uevonone t wur w
or rstima xne nwy nwaarj
riaat CaaniMMtaai InrU(tlona for chil
dren. Mondava and Thursdays :tr ta
740 PA. -' t t t
J MIRACIILOUB 8TEDAL Cristobal
Knnriav UaMaai Jtoo. 8:00 and If -JO a.m
Holy Day Masses: a:tru. ; in oop
5:,5 pM
CtmitMtmgt Sgturfay AM to 19 aad
7;M to ;00 pm. Aim Rosary each eve-
nlng.
MIraculeua Medal Nevenal ISS pad
70 p.m. on Monday.
catechism vuaai Aner awe aaaa ana
p irst i naay nxpoaiueai u uay viuiaia
the scnooi .rear. v
f im SHuroay aaaaa an.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH ta Margarita
Sunday Massae: 7a. ia uwu a.na
First Saturday Mass!
9:00 in
Weekdey Ma sees-. .........
VSauirdey ... 7:99 pm. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Maasea: 7:39 a.m.
Confession ... 8:41 p.m, to,
every Monday,"
Parish Family Rosary, and
Benediction
. every Wednesday,
Plscusslon Inquiry Orpup;
- every Friday. ,.
'1st, Friday Oevatlona u.
1st Saturday. Devotions ..
8:00 am.
8:00 pm.
7:00 pja
I:1S pm
4:48 pan.
IM pm
fd9 pm
1:00 p m
74)0 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Balnaow City
Sunday Maweaai 9:30 a.m. and 1.-90
Holy pay Masseei a:n a.m. ana e;w
... ....
pm.
Cenfeatleni: 4:09 to 1:99 aa IsN to
:00 p.m. Saturday, -
uatecntsm uns: lo:a a m. mm ounoay
Convert Claaa every kenay at 7:90
pm.
Mlraeuioua Medal Novena i p.m
Ion Tuesday. '.
Sacred Heart Novaruu 19 P.m. am
Friday.
IMMACULATE CpNCEFTlON -Gator)
hundav Masa 1:14 a.m
Holy Day Masai 8:00 a.m. )
Confessions': 0:30 to 7:00 am. an lat-
I urday.
Cstvchlsm Claaa' DO p.m on Monday
; OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
' '-Gamhoa
.Sunday Maaeeai 1-Of end 8:80 a.m.
Holy Py Wa-es: g:90 a.m. pad 8:
I p.m -v i
Confession Saturday at 7M ajn. aad
I .. .... ..... J. : ...-
laiier an evening nvvuuuiis.
Baptisma by appointment.
Miraculous Model Novena: 1,-09 oat
Inn T.aMrinv
1"'- -V . t
sacred Heart novena i irm p.m an
IFrlday. .,
Sunday school: i:su p.m. on nunnsy.
Religions Instruction Class for Chll
Idran: 4:00 n.m on Thursday.
Rriielnu instTuetten ror aduiu ii;an.
ducted In Spanish); 7;W .a am Men.
day y
a Convert Jbvtructlpns bj appolntntei't.

- "' ", ''' ti,i
at tit Mat t9

chaplain r asked (a inform the
Ca-U, 1
Tk It n,- Mekat IT
I'm M- H1"" rt.
THK CATM'1. tj IT.
UK
SUNDAYS 4-
t:ll ajo. Church Scavl iHely C.
nimiti .i4 fiiinHavi
;M a.m. Santa Cfaeaaunlon, rd Sun
day.
jCaeuelf Dominical
1140 sjb Mormnf frsyer
:U
ana Sar
aaon. Helv communion a
l;v f-m. ftranuif amm
WUtNkSUAYS
(JO a. Holy Communiee). v.
vensnf rrear. ,
atom oavs -v
f :0t fja Meiy Caanmunioa.
tHP aieiy Communteei.
. aUb1
i:ik a aa. Monina frayer.
lt$p Mi'da aaaaipavary fmyfra,
,, ;ocbu , ,i
' '"Ckarch St, Andrew
Thf lay TVilliam BUwV
rrisat to Charm
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion .'. 1'JI
faaally frayar M
Churcb Stkool 9 M
i aim Uai Cnanmunlen and.
Momlna Prayer Seraaea tlSf ajn
Sunday aaea aaonia.
ojsnMAnava
Holy UeaaanujUPS ......... Vw e
COBOZAfc
Chape' t Tha Caal Shrehtrd
. Thf lev Claranre W. hayah
- Pitaat to Charn
rsPivs
f'iMJ a.m. asorninf rwaa,
(H.g. first Friday each Menth).
ejAMBOA
at laiaa'l Chataat
The lea, ehn Spaaf, PHaat in Charge
Choral Hjenarjas ana
SUNDAYS
ten
Chur Schaal
Episcopal Young ChurahflUP
Evensong and Sermon .,,
MONDAYS. TUEkOAYi
71 em.
IM a.m
i -00 p.m.
7:00 pw.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayay and Hfly
Communion . . . ... 1 t
Evening Prayea ..v.vr....
Woman's Auxiliary, tni and
10 a.m
7:00 p.m.
ivrnuliniVB A THURBDAYS
Hnlv Communion 1:9 a
Morrtlng Prayer .,... 1;J
Evening mye
MS-
SATURDAYS
Family fucnansi
pfdea tf Cotnpiint
........ I a m
' lift P4BI
LA BOCA
' au sh'i rkureh
The Rev. Johrj Spear, Prleat Charge
Morning rrayer no vut.p ;
SchOal 9!"0
asoa ,. ..w.M,.... W-iSi-S
Crmflrmallen Claaa ....... a .as
Choral (uehartst and S
Helv Baptism ,,.;.... Itj?"
Evensont and Address ... ,, TM 9-
tii ltAMfTaVM
. a .aa .a.
Wamana Aunwary .... sr-w
THURSDAYS or, rUIT PAYS
Holy Catnmunlan
:9D-t.m
.. AL0 SECQ
rh.i r tha Holv Cam fori er
Vap, U I. Shirlff, rriaet ts ChMgf
THURSDAYS
9:39 am. Holy uommunion. ,,
; maroabita
Charen of Si Margarat
, Espavd and Brazee Blvd.
The Itev. jest K, Renew, Reclor
SUNDAYS
tS9 a-m. 'Holy Communlen.'
M mm. Morning Prayer eh
' Church School . ,
119 a-m. Choral EucharW.
THURSDAYS ana HOLY DAYS
g:39 pjn. nply bommwuBn.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
rriaet la Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborna,
. ; .Ver imerlttti
JTJHpAreVjfU
t-99 4um. Choral tueharlat A Sermon
9:St a-m. infant Baptum.
1 M tm. Church pchoc4
Wd to luUdini. 131)
i:ve o.m. isuu tiDnnF.
e iaa im liaaaisnne and
j nrnairanAVB
ana nai r"7,T ..a Al.
1 JO Pin- nomvni.auHMuf w.w w-
' tar trufld Matting. -. ,.;
' PANAMA CITT
' St Paal's Chprtb
Tha Ven. Lemaet 9). Shirley, Reclef
The Re PMt E AtW. Dft
SUNDAY ... ,
m -fm ainiw ufmm.iDiiaB
e-AU am Buna Eucharist ft Sermest
I0;o a bi
u-ina anvae and Church
11:00 norr Holy Beptli
1:09 a.m, Solemn Vi
TUESDAYS k
' a-so a m Holv Cnmmimlon -
1 JO p.m. Evening Pray at. and Seranon
WEDNESDAYS' 1
t:M am Holy Communion ;
lioo pna. Evening Prayer ;
fHURSDAyS AND FRIDAYS
g:8f i m. Hoto Ccwnmunlea)
HOLY DAYS
9:se ,.. jnoiy communion,
.. : ('. ... ..... r..' ... ..- ... 't.
CHRIST CRURCH By.T.SEA
"j a.v,,;pi,ai
Colon, R,P, .'..
(Osaoalta Hatel Washlnitan)
ht Rev, Jaaaea Peter Fermer, Recta
Tha Rav. Haary A. Blake. AmUtant
SUNDAT
9:09 am, Holy Communion..'
t:3f a.m. Morning Prayer,
9:09 a.m. Choral Buchariat and Sermon.
10:30 ajn. Church School. ...
IM p.m. Solemn Evenaoag and Sar-
'..v;-. mon.
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
7:00 am. Morning Prayer. t-9.-00
p.m. Xvening ..Prayer.1 ,,, ,...
WEPNESDAT
9:09 a m. Holy Cemmunien.
1:00 in, Morning Prayer.
IM pm, Evening Prayer gnd lenmfp
FRJpAY '
7 :00 a .m. Morning Prayer. ... ;,
9:00 am. Children's Euchartat -g :
1:00 p.m. Evenin Prayer. ,
SATURDAY
f :0 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:08 a.m. Morning Prayer.". ,
S:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.:
T-no p m. 'Complin end Meditation,.-.
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO ''
- SH, Chrlstpphar'a Ckareh
10th Street, Parqu Lefevr
The It. ClwttHt W. KirtaV

fri"t ta Cbfr
Te lev. .iarem-e A, Crar"0. -Attaa4
SUNDAYS
I (Ml am. Holy Communion.
. 3 -Jta a m Sum Eucharist and 9h rmoR

10.4 am Kiornma Prayer and Church
1HJ jioon Kioiy Baptiwa.
n p.m Evanaanp and Senneat,
MONDAYS
1-jf ajai tat and M. tVeoua'a Auxi
Lary. ,'
Tuesdays
IMI MBiar veugmtra aa w
I Ns n V.uib rellevahtp,
WEDNESDAYS -'
1:00 a m Holt Communion.
X 00 p.m Eveninf Prayer and Religious!
ln.'iructiona
THUBSOAYS
S oil out Ctrl menaiy poctety.
er) e m lul and Ird. Sinaleteau.
SATURDAYS
I 30 a m junior connrmauon uaes-
v Otlrsr Cliurchis :
CHURCH Of THS MAZASCHS
ita rranfipanl St. Ancon C.l.
t. fcimar O Ntlaen. Pastur
Bex Zt! Balboa. C2. Ttl t MOT
Sunday School ............. 4i aJ
TAarhip 6ervicf ...... ... 11:4 am I
Youth Service .,...,..... f:44 pm
Evanacllnie Service T'V p.m
Prayer Service Wed. ... T;M p r
. METHODIST
Sundsy; f is Panama wasle;
in:aa a.m. sunoav raci
1:11 p.m. Evangelical Service
. and Sermon.
laimjlBw a a m. Paraiaa
jw .pi. raratav vuiiup "vnwi.
T:li a.m. raraiaa vengiieai
,f Service.. ; ;
CHUKCH OF THS WAZAJtENI
Maraarita School Gymnasium
Pastac lalph U Myseai v
Wyitei o 601 MarsarlU. CX''
Sunday School ...... .....
U.rnina WnrahlB ...... 11:00 a.nt
Evening pervice .......... iw p
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUSCB'
' Panama ST.. Z3rd Street Eaa
, laa aL H Brawn. Mini it at
PMvlna Worahla ........... t'JO a.m
aunrfaa SrhaMl S:00 01
Sunday MLaaaaa .1. Ii M;6
RIO Abajo.
School .....
nr.
Sunday
1:00 p.m.!
JKHOVAH'B WITNESSES
MeeUnas Thursdays at 1:3t p m. and
Sundays el 4:00 pm Win Memorial
80S. Balrwe Jtoa BaiOOaV ..
rHiiRm or jesus Christ or
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meetings Sunday JO
Sunday acnooi; sunaay iu:un m.

Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 1:00 rJa.lFORT AMADOU

Belief Baetety: Tuesday 8 Of ana.
MIA: Wednesday w pjn.
Prlmaryj Thursday A :0 p m,
Tatcnhone Balboa 4227
. Atlantis ffcraaeli
lufldlnf 00. Schoolhouse. Road. C tun
Kunrfav School: Sunday 1:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m-
CVRVNDO fSOTESTAUT CHURCH
'an vvnam wn
Milton Uldlg. Wljtt.,M
Mnaa Ran I3-71U Of. f3-S10S
Sunday Schaol
(A ciasa ior every age : A
1 Morning Worship 5 a.m.
, Youth Fellowship J:00 p.m.
Eevaning warsmp
Prayer and Pralsa (Wad.). IM tm
'A cnurcn nursey pni.v.
1 OLD CATHOUV CHUBCM
It, Baphacl The Arehangol
13th SL Wast No. 1 -1 ..
tf.u toiinhaTlat! Bundav at !89 m.
Tuaadava. Wtdnasdaya and Tburadav;
f:so pjaw r
BaarameM M unenpn inaaMing a
vice) first Sunday, a taen aaontB ft
Ksnt Hallbet. Chrlatlaa Qhnrcl
- Panama R.P.
Rt Roy T, jama, ft ft Bishop
' affteiatlna. :
Morning devotion .......... :oo
Fellowship Worshlp.,,.M. 11:99 a m
Sunday School,- .......,mm. M Pv
Divine Service
THE CHRISTADELPHIANS
, -. Panaml District -.
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sundav School ....... wt.!..'. l-l"
Morning Service '....s. ...... 10 .m
Adult Bible Classen each
Mnnrf.v at 7 JO ns
Visitors are welcome at all services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CEJTTaTJS '
AA I'lrat Straatt
I Urbanlzaclon El Carman, Panaml City
informal Talks ana uiacwmens
Thursdaye. ...........9:00 pj
Colon, Stb A Front Streets
I naatalaa Aaaarlaajs Bacaar)
Study Claasee..,.,.Thuradave. 1J9 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CSVRCB
: Eanalaha St.. ParalaO. CZ,
at, Walriaha H StewarL Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am. Worship Barviea,
s:oo p.m. sunaay ncnooi.
- 7 -I ti.m. Gnanel Service, i
u.J... a.an v.nn. Vannla'a SWIafv
EPIWIU.TI I ... .WU.a W,H "--"
Wednesday 7:80 Mid-week Chrlatlan
ireuowanip.
Thursday : 1:00 cjiok Hen tarsal.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So-
ciety. .
a
THE CHURCH OP COD
New Providence
Mrs. Maade Hum. Paetor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning worship Slav a.m.
Night Servica 7 JO p.rp
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trlaldad Sta.
Bain hew City, Canal Zone i
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor :
' THE CHURCH OP COD
fan Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Graadleon. Pastor
Sunday School ........ ..... f 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10 JO a.m
Nlaht Sarvlce ........... 1:30 o.ro
Unmtn. tVnrahln : 0:1X1 am.
Sunday scnoot .............. iviv a.m.
Night lerytce ,,,,, .,, ..,,,,149 pj
TBI CHURCH ur wMI Bio Abejp,
Mpaia vsenn na-iain tn..
Rev. Wat, J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:39 .m.
Morning Worship lo:se a m.
I Night Service IM p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD- fPentecestal)
i Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone eV428, Bos 253, Gamboa
Churchia, t Paraiso. CZ, (Rev. nd
I Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Colon, IkP
(Rev. Fernandp (trance I, pto AP)o
1 1 Rev. and Mr. Charles Haynaa). and
CatlvA (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday ant waaaoaya aervifae at au
enurensa,
. COMMUNITY CHAPFX
Diebt Heighte. CZ.
fnaar Ulan a ecnooil
lev.
Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Bra St. Diablo Helchta. CZ,
Fheats: Home, Gamboa 817
. Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School ....... 10;00 m
Worshio Service .......... 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 p.m.
Warinaailav! Bible StUdV
and Prayer Service ...... 1:30 p.m.
Lutheran
, RKFTIFMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
ley, Reberl P. Gprnirk, Plltot
PO Bop ffie. Balboa
Sunday School, BIbrf laaa f :00 l
Divine Service 10:1.1 e m,
Holy Communion, first Sunday at the
montn. t-. ; s.
. Atlantic Side
Former chapel of Our Saviour's Epls-
enpai ehaaea 3rd iU.and Weianata. Ave.
New Cristobal.
. Mr,. Eugene H. Deoner, Vlrar
Stmday School. Bible Class 9:09 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
' Holy Communion,, last- Sunday ot

JewHi fteltare uoara Bid ni-X t

."kJu Balbea. CZ fbbbi Nathan
W'tkiu Puector.
Servw. Friday 1 10 aja Saturaa
i,3( o pi
(See j iiKtmei at Jewish tarviaaa
jrw'er nou Saaa and Slat. anal
Longiaxauon ttol Shauitn laraat. Ad
nio C'.bi, and 3th Street. Bella Viata
Pinam Cttv Sertcee 1 :00 c m
Christian Scientist
CRK1S 11 pCUUMLk LULHUliA
'rat Church ot Christ, Snentiav Astern
am noaen noujevarc
Tiunaay i uv lryeuaa : eun
Sunoav ftehnal J M :
k ciiurcn ui ChxiM, aciantiat, Cratuha
uw l.iraei Hulivai Hlinwat
uniM 'M-nooi aa
Sunday U.ta) in. Wedneaday $M p.m
Posts ncl Bases
, ; mint BIDS (
,; 'yxy rrateatanl
FORT AMADOH
funday School Ift
Morning worship ............... louu
Church'tima Nursery Bchaal... 1S:4
FORT CLAYTON
iunday School
(funding tif.
itnt
MM
Thuraday gverung Mid-Week
rwvm
Youth Pellowihip Sunday ,,
FORT KOBBB .. ,-'
Sunday School ....,.,,...,,,
Morning Worship
19M
Evening Worship
worship Bervica.' Madden Wye
Worehip Service. Rio Halo ....
1aM
I'll
Christian Youth Fellowship
f:0
7:00
eoiaiere renowsnin. inure.
OtUcer's ChrlatlM Union Thura,
I
ALSROOll AIS FORCa MASS :
Sunday School
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Club).,
Morning Worship ...... 1:30 A
Youta ffUtwship ,, ........
10:41
(:3(l
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School w
f .30
Horning worship ,.,
Holy Communion First Sunday
ei Month l ,A
Uth ND HE ADO U ASTERS CHAPEL
Mornuii worcmp l;op
af Month).. i
iavf) Radla Station, lunmit... :
CatfcoHe
Pally Mass ....................
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00 at
Confessions, Saturday ,,4:39 A
Sunday .7.,,,........., :09 A
IU0
:3
7:.10
l:2
1 FORT CLAYTON
r 1 1 u
vtaaa ................ .k.1.
:4
f:(
Bunday Maasee ...... ...7:4S A
Coateslorni-Taturday ,. ejf as
llOO
FORT KOBBi
uaiiy Mats . . .
Saturday Msssae
:
9:00
Sunday Masses 1:09 A
: vuuua iaaawa ,.,.. 9
Monday Novena Devotions
11 :
Confaaslona Saturday,, :00
corozal "y vui
Sunday Mav
10 ;M
ALBROOK AIR PORCI IAS :
Daily Mass ..................... f :0U
paturoay Maaa ,t,t.,,. i
Bunday 4daMl.r..... II -fill 1t:00
Spanish i .......... .... ... 7 M
novena acrvicaa.iuesaay i:ue
Cenlaaalont-Seturaay fiUu
y.S. NAVAL, STATION, Rodman
punoay Max
1:30
jfwM;';.,;;i::&:vc
FORT KOBBB
Saturday ...
taffPtPfPia? IlOO
USO.JWS, If lbof
rnaay
A1.SROOK AIR rORCI SAS "i
Saturday .....,.,.t.
4:99
;o
lUEO.JWt (Balboa I
aiuroay .,.....,...,.....a,,i
ATLANTIC SIOI
. FtotmUat tt-r-Ji
FORT DAVIS -.. :':'".".( ..
Sunday School Bldg. Ia
1:00
Morning W'orahip 19i8V
i Prayer Fellowahlp Bldg., 23
Tuesday 7:09
KYBB-Wednesday-Poit Chapel ;H
Chotr Practice Wedneaday
Post Cnapel ............J...... 149
FORT CULICK '; ;,
Sunday School ....... .,., 9:39
Mornkig Worship 19:4S
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 1 10
Bible Study, Wednesday ...... 7:10
Ladle Chapel Guild. Ut Thur. 1:10
U.S. NAVAL STATION Coco Solp ;
eunoay pcnooi :av
Morning Worship UMW
Holy Communion Firt Sunday
at Month) ,.
' CathoUa Vi':'V'r
FORT DAVIS v, v.. v.
Daily Mass ...... n.. .......... 1:00
Sunday Mas .................. 9:30
ConfasslpMi Saturday ......... 9:00
Sunday Sill
LiailV MBBB ......... ,i..,.tt.VTV
'Saturday Mas 7:90
Sunday Masse ,.... 1: A .10:18
Conf aaatona,. Saturday 8:00 A 7;00
I U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
uaiiy Msa
4:00
1:30
1)09
Saturday
Maes
Sunday Mam ........... .....h.
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mam
FORT CULICK
TAieeday.' ,.,.,.. ..'.. 1.1
l'b",f'i"'.." Creek' Orthodox ')'''t
Greek Orthodox aervica are conduct.
ed at the Church -of the Anuneialion,
Via Belisarlo Porras, san rrapcisco de
la Caieta, Panama city, nr., ana at
tha Church of St Anthony, Avenld
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun.
days at 9:30. For further Information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
82-311.
Seventh Day
Adventut
Weekly Service in all churchM
a follow;
SATURDAY;
Sabbath School S 30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm.
WEDNESDAY)
Bible Study and Prayer Servica
Tto pro.
Pacific Side Panaml
Pastor W. H. Waller-Tel 28-1-3509
Cabo Verde. Av. J. F it la Osaa
No. 17 f Chorri lo 25th No, 27 Pue-

bio Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Ria Abate Uth No, 17 Oamboa

and Fnjolee.
Pastor G. D. Wllllama-Tel. 8-S89
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. S-10J

Spanish Churches Paelflr Side Panaml

, i fasior ivorDeno vmroi t
: Panama. Call Darl4n No. 8
. Pedregal A Nuevo Guarar.
Atlantic Bide
Talof"'Jr-A.- JeffrteoTal)- M-92W.
. Colon -i
Crilnhal' Enrlish 18th A Bolivar

Ave.

Cristobal Spanish ISth A lelivar

Ave.

the
'iui cava koaivTfl; ua a iwi

' UNION CHURCH
Cetun
At thf 11 o'clock servict; of wor worship
ship worship tt th Citun V'nioD Church,

the sermon by the minister, tsj
Rev. Rgy BUkely, will be: "Scr.
vanes ox I Yliion." in mnem
by tha choir. Alien Junta' "Hit
Goodness of God.'-
The subject fop discussion by
tht Adult Biblf Class at 9:45
i.m. "Tb History of tht hww
PeoDle." SdccuI emphasis wm Be
elven in this discussion to 1 the
place of the prophet Isaiah, whom
lha rlaaa is nresentlV itudvlnf.
Thr will b no meetins of the
Youth fTlowihlp th week. The
choir will rthesrse Vtday and
Wednesday "evenings fl:30. The
rpeular moon.hlv mCetinl 01 IDC
Chyrch Council will b held Mon
day st i;w p m. .,
1 ' UKION CHURCH v
. Maraarittt
' Recosnixing the fact that many
Canal Zone ruident. will loon
Leava for Stateiide vacstioni the
Uaraarila Union Church Will Uie
a "boa voyagt" therm for It
Sundsy worehip.
A special litany will bf raid
and a Covenant For Christian V-
attnncri writl be distributed to
tha vorshlDDr8. Thf Rtv. Theo-
dort Ej. rangun nai enuuta m
sermon "Good-by and Godspeed."
Tht service It Icheduiea tor f .au
a.m. tt voco boiq ana ii:uv a.m.
for Margarita. Assisting the pastor
In the ministry 'of hospitality will
be Mr. and Mrs. B, D. Humph
rey at Coco Solo and Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Doaa at Maraaruai
The Youth Fellowship will meet
at the Margarita Church at ,13
p.m. Tht pastor will conduct a
Bihla ouli entitled "Twenty Ques
tions. Marion smim wm ieaa
the ooenine devotional.
Future events of importance on
tht church calendar Include Men's
Fellowship Monday. May 28, and
the Women's Auxiliary Tuesday,
Mav 27. Dr. Laonnle Ielesiag of
.. aa. ..llt V. IL.n
tnt nan iSiai Mission wm oe wv
men's speaker while thf foiiowin
evening Mrs.. Iglesias. will .ad
dress the wpmen. On Thurday,
May 29, the Youth Groups will
holi) their annual banquets.,
ST, PAUL'S
i'.. Panama City ".n,'
The administration of the rite
of Holy Confirmation during the
morning mi a concert of music
in the afternoon will make this
Sunday a day of special events lor
St. Paul's Church. -
The class, of candidates to oe
confirmed will bi presented to
Rihnr R. Heber Gooden at the
9 o'clock service. The bishop will
oreach the sermon snd the new
fv confirmed members will make
their i Flit, ommuhlor it this
Itrvlci, r' --"V
1 Commencing it J;30 p tn.1 th
Choir; Guild of the .church will of offer
fer offer a progrim of sicred ; music
which will have 88 its prlnclpil
contributor Robert Schultz, vocal
soloist. Schultz will be accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by: Mrs," Virginia Peterson.
Appearing on the progrim also
will be Mr Cirol Webster ind
Miss Myrtle Green,"
The day's observances will be.
?in with the usgal service of Ho Ho-y
y Ho-y Communion at a m, and' will
close with Solemn Vespers : and
sermon it 7 p.m.
' PROTEST ANT CHURCH
, CurundM
i! Sunday School will begin prompt
ly at 1:50 a.m. with a class for ev.
er yagt group, from nursery thru
adult divisions., '
At the Morning Wonhip service
at li a.m. the choir under the di
rection of Mrs. Ben Kietzman will.
sing the "Beautitudes," Dr. Jt-rn-est
Steury will sing the solo part
in tht morning inthemn. The mei.
sage to be brought by the pastor
isentitled, "God, An Aw, and A
Prophet' , t
The youth groups of the church
will meet at 6 p.m. These groups
include youth, from grades four
through high school.
Continuing the missionary em.
phasis in the evening service! dur.
ing the month1 of May, a special
film will be shown; The film U
produced in color by wiciitie cioie
Translators. This 16mm film was
has a running time oi 40 minutes.
The introduction of the film is by
Charles E. Fuller of the oia rain,
ioned Revival Hour, The Revival
Hour choir furnishes the musical
background ;for the film, which
depicts Bible translation tfork a-
mong the unevangenzeo irioeg oi
Slexico and Peru. It shows ine
se of modern methods of reach-
in gths people in these iioiatea a.
Teas.:.':, vr-
The film' is produced by wyem.
fe Translators, a missionary pr.
ganlzation devoted to the purpose
nf eettina the Bib'e into the bands
of people in their own language.
Wycline now nas.over ao mis.
sionariea workin .around the
world in this task of reducing the
language of these people into writ,
ing and tha work of Bible transit,
tion. The publie is invited. The
film will be shown Sunday evening
at 7 p.m. during the evening uos.
pel Hour.
Vacation Bible School will be
held June t to 20. The hours of
the school are from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Free bus transportation will be fur.
niihed to the residents of Curundu
and Curundu Heights Information
concernins bus stops Will be an
nounced later. The Vacation Bible
School parade held every year by
the church will be held on June 7
at 9 a.m. In case of rain toe par parade
ade parade will be held t 3 p.m.

BAPTIST CHURCH
Cristobal
Intermediate Day will be observ
ed at the First Isthmian Baptist
Church tomorrow.
., During the day, the young peo.
pie will be engaged jn "bee-hive"
setivities .:-i'-.4-j,--
Thr oreacher at the Morning

.-'
,

and Evening Worship Services will
be the pastor, the Rev.: Sylvanus
A. Scarlett. At 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Jane

Parker wls fit th piitor Pi tbs

First Baptist Chufch, Marrlt
will deliver the message at the

Consecration Service tnat will be
he d in connection with Interne.
diatt Day.
St. PETER'S
Commemorating thg 31sf snnl.
versary o St. Peter's Alutual Be
ne.it Society,: a choral Eucharist
will be celebrated at St. Peter'
Church in La Soca tomorrow
morning st 7. ,".5i n ..
'- This will alio' observe tht SunJ
day alter Ascension Day and elim
inate the celebration usually held
It 10130., .'..V. v '-
The ..society has 'a large mtm
Dersmp, iron denominational in
character, and it is expected that
the service will be fully attended
Celebrant and preacher will be
the Rev. John Spear, honorary
chaplain of the society.
A special, meeting of the Parish
Welfare Council of St, .PeterV
Church is scheduled to take place
in the parian n l alter .the eucnar
lit. .
AlLmemberi are asked by the
oresiuent, Mrs, Cleopatra Lamotte
to sttena.,
He w?
is
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The Best
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your children ha odvontoget
fif on educofion X Ivan mart
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V j (Iwo Morning Services) ."-,'
9:30 THE CHURCH IN BIBLE 5TUDY
v (Classes for AU)

10:40 CHILDREN'S

6:30-THE CHURCH IN TRAINING BTU.' k
, ,7:30Tije Church In' Evsngelism--Evenlnf ServiCs.;
' tmyimi MdfyM Nursery Provided

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Here at hcadquirtcrs for
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tools you will fihS slP '',
types for U use$-from
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9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes Fot All Ajes)
"Every Sunday fn every class you will find our tescbers
snd pupils studying the Bible together. yi9 hsve n$
spoloKlei for our Bible teschtnr S S why not get tht
family enrolled in ens of our classes.
' 1 1 :00 -"GOD, AN ASS, AND A PROPHET"
Temptation to popularity, ta being accepted Is always
before the Christian... Hesr what e, prophet did to t
similiar situation. '
6:00 JET, CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
OO FILM: "0 FOR A THOUSAND TONGUES"
" A eolor-abund film e Bible translation work ln"Mex ln"Mex-Ico
Ico ln"Mex-Ico and Peru. Special music , ;
; VBS JUNE 9 -20 9:00 11 :30 A.M.
I Free Bus Transportation Parids

ice duo lor tomorrow, au enlist

ed men and their dependents art
invited to participate, and buses
will leave the cluo at l p.m.
Among places to be visited are
the Church of the Goldpn Altar,
the French Flaza and the ruins;
of Old Fanama.
At the Fort Clayton lervip
club, pit nieht is onr of the hi2h
lights of the coming week's actU
vities. Enlisted men and tiifjii
families art welcome to join the
party- which, will start at 7 p,m;.
Wednesday, May 21. ? ,
Newcomers to the rVirifle v
rea. have, beeft invited .to leant
the art of bates making. The first
in the current series ofvf!asse
will be held it the Fort Guliclf
service club it J p.m. Tuesday...
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SATURDAY, MAY 17, VZi
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TEE PANAMA. AMERICAN AN INCITENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER V

X. T t-

Pierce, Sam Jones Return
To Form Makes Difference
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, May 17 (UP) The Chicago
White Sox and St; Louis Cardinals are moving like
contenders at last and it's no coincidence that Bil Billy
ly Billy Pierce and Sam Jones appear to have hit their

strides.

20-rame winner the

last two seasons, and Jones, Fred
Hutchinson's "ice," were bitter
disappointments as the White Sox
and Cardinals plunged into the
American and National League
cellar during the firstthree
weeks of the season. The jiose jiose-dives
dives jiose-dives saw the White Sox With, a 4.
11 mark and the Cardinals with a
3-14 record on May' 7. : s -v. Vv
Since May 7 however, the White
Sox have won six of .nine games
while the Cardinals have spurted
with eight victories in nine games.
Pi.re. wh had failed to win
in four previous starts, scored
his first victory of the season
t night as the White Sox beat
il. ri.ilinl Indians. 6-3. Tne

. uii.lt. unt Billv off to a S-0

firit-limin lead and, the ; little
lefty protected it with a six.hit six.hit-ter
ter six.hit-ter embellished with 10 strike.
Jones, who also failed to winin
l:. fmir tarts. turned in the

.t.ff'o first shutout last

- ;to with a six-hit. 2,0 triumph

, over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The
iptnrv wai Jones', third in eight

days and squared his record

'The New York Yankees increas increas-ed
ed increas-ed their first place lead to fiv
- games with a HdeclS1T
Washington Senators and the Kan Kan-...
... Kan-... ruZ Athletics rallied to beat

T.f.n;t Tioers S:3. in the oth

er American League games.. The
Philadelphia Phillies downed the
' Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-2, and the
u:..- r,,t shaded the 5 a n

Francisco' Giants, 6-5," m the oth.
. xT.;nno1 Ijmen SameS.

The : White Sox took advantage
of two1 Cleveland errors and three
;:-7.a hit. tn nile ud their first.

r ld" Pierce, who had five

victories at this stag of .last sea
... -i-M-H hnmrrs tO BoDDV A

!n' SVnieMinoso but the

tHrd Cleveland run was unearn

t; vinidnd six hits and fan-

. j ftmlaarit tn nut.Ditch John

ny Podres who was tagged for both
Cardinal runs in, the swthJnnuig
when Eddie Kaskd doAled aid
Stan Musial followed with the : 388th
homer of his career. Dodger run run-ners
ners run-ners were thrown out at the plate

in both the mm ana wxiu
Whitey Ford scored nls lltn
straight victory oyer the Senat.
ors behind a 10-hlt Yjnkee at.
tack that featured Gil MeDou
aid's two.rurr homer In the sixtn.
Camilo Pasctwl,- who, shut out
the Yankees last Sunday, told
them acoreles five more innings
before the American League
three.run bursts in the sixth and
seventh Innings. Ford hasn't lost

to Washington
19S4.

since Sept. 20,,

Frank House's two-run single

capped a four-run Kansas City up.

rising an the seventh inning but
the biggest sing'e blow of the

game was a homer hit by, Sob
Cerv which was measured at 528

feet. Cerv. who 'hit his tremend

ous blow in the' fifth inning also
singled tome the tying run in the

seventh. Herman Wehmeier retir

ed the first 13 Athletics, t, face
him in his American League de.

but but was kayoed in the seventh

The Phillies Jolted Bob Porter.

field, ;who pitched an ll-inning

shutout againstthem last Sunday,

with a pair of homers and a two

run triple gia jthe early -innings as
Curt Simmons won.u his fourth

game with a six-hitter. The homer.

hitters were Harry Anderson and

Man Lopata.

Lrt Walls-'singled home-Bobbv

Adams to cHmax a two-run Cub
rally in the ninth and give relief

specialist don Elston mi I fifth tri

umph without a loss. Willie Mays
homered for the Giants in their

five-run sixth,, Willie's ninth in sev

en games and 10th of the year,

Ray -Crone, fifth San Francisco

pitcher, was the loser. v

Milwaukee at Cincinnati a n d

Baltimore 'at. Boston were rained

out. ,.-'- 1 '.

McDermott Gains

Clayton Tennis

Tourney Finals :

" ' -'V J- 5,

Pfc' Thomas McDermott stop

ped Sp-3 Tom Craig 6-1, 6-4 and
-0 Wednesday to move into thfc

singles finals of tne iort: uaywn

tennis meet. ;
Wednesday's other semi final
match was postponed 'by rain af

ter Pfc. Robert Reel naa scorea
a 6-4 win in the first game and
Was leading 4-0 in the second
game with 1st. Lt Roy Strom.
In Monday's opening round of
action Lt. Strom defeated Sp-3
Adam Basaldua M,. 6-4, ; in the,
first match of the tournament.
Pfc. Glenn McNeel won by de default
fault default ove Sp-3 MarcosMedina in
the second match. :

The third match 'was won Dy
Pvt. Reel, who defeated Pfc. Bil

ly Reavis 6-1, 2-6, 6-3.

"Tuesday s secona roum oi ac action
tion action saw XX Strom down. Specil Specil-list
list Specil-list Third Class Charles Rhodes
6-4, 6-3. Rhodes had reached the
second round by virtue of a bye.

McDermott stopped sp-z reier
Mitchelh6-1, 6-1 in the next match.
Bothi men had advanced on byes,
r In Tuesday's final match Spe Specialist
cialist Specialist Craig dropped the first
Mmt 3-6. but came back to win

the next two 6-3, 6-4 and defeat

Private McNeel. Craig also Had

advanced on a bye.,
Cardwel! Hurls
One-Hitter For
Miami Marlins

Cafe Coolspoi,

Softball Contes

one

no I

W Fi

tomorrow

2 Shows

Horsey Hososcop

Noureddin In Preakness

fODAY -EMCANTO .35-.20I

Sterling Hayden.
w Anita Ekberg In
"TAIEBIE"
Anthony Qulnn in
"THE RIDE BACK"

Bourne Remains :
Slicpfif Favorite

To Whip EdSykes

Former bantamweight champ champ-Ion
Ion champ-Ion Melvin Bourne was still a
slight favorite today to whip
118-nound king Edwin Sykes
in their .-10 round non-title
match t the Olympic Stadium

tomorrow night.
The consensus appeared to
be that Sykes, despite his bril brilliant
liant brilliant record of 14 wins against
only one loss, is not yet ready
for Bourne, a ruthless ringman
who knows and uses every
trick in the book, and some
which aren't.
The' figfiters have'sigiiei -to
make maximam'of 123
pounds, jsykes,. a natural banr;
tarn, is expected to come in at
around 120, but many believe
thit his opponent wilt tip the
scales at at least 123 pounds.
It has been reported that
Bourne stands to lose a large
forfeit" if he makes more than
the stipulated weight.;
The s i x-r o u n d semifinal
brings together unbeaten Hec Hector
tor Hector Hicks and scrappy Jose
(Escobito) Rivas.
Two four-round preliminaries
complete the card which will
get underway at 8:30.

Tams

Montreal
Rochester'
Columbus.
Toronto
Richmond
Miami
Havana -Bufialo-'

' 21 10
17
1711
13 13

12
13
10
-10

15
18
18
19

pet: ob
' .677
,.6541V4
,607 2V4
.500 5V4
.444 ,7
.419 1 8
.357 9VS
.345 10

' Friday's Results
: '. ; "1."
Montreal 3 Rochester 1
Bufialo 7 Toronto 2
Miami 3 Columbus 0

Richmond 9 Havana. 3
NEW YORK. May 'ltUJfBlt!

riqn Cardwell hurled a fancy. one.

hitter last night as ine wiianu wai.

lins shut' out toiumbus,

their fourth straignt victory. ;

Cardwell, a Philadelphia PhiL

Hps' farmhand, gave up a souu

single to Leonardo Koungucz i.i
the 1st inning and held the Jets hit

less theremainder of the way to
even his record at 2.2.

The Marlins ;broke,; a scoreless
contest with a run is the fifth and
added a nair in the eighth.

Montreal took over the Interna.

tiohaV League leadership by beat

ine Rochester 3-1. behind the

home run hitting of Dick Teed and
Solly Drake. The defeat dropped
the Red Wings into second place,

a game behind the Royals.

In other games, Buffalo routed
Toronto, 7-2. as Lou Ortiz belted

two homers, his fifth and sixth

and Richmond beat Havana, 9-3.

By OSCAR FRALEY '
NEW YORK (UPV-This may

be a lot of Taurus, the fiul, but

Fearless t ralev has to go tor a

colt named' Noureddin when they

seamper around old Pimlico today

in the Preakness Maxes. .

Ther6 are many' ways to pick

winners at the horse park.; You

can be scientific and mull over

oast performances use the. Chi

nese alphabet,, system, play the

names or simply stab with a hat hat-pin.
pin. hat-pin. '.:';'".;' : ,Kv
But old Fearless has finally de decided
cided decided that, in shooting for a star,
the natural thing to do is use a
horsey horoscope.- f;f V 1

Ergo: The, zodiacal scoop is
Noureddin, an oat:burner born Jin

May, 2. That puts him under the

sign of Taurus' and he's a lone

shot steal when you discover that

Saturday his horoscope promises

that i "Mercury joins the sun, rich
benefits are in order and fame

can be yours. ,
ti'j, 4.;.; -:s ij'r, v;,;' '
Face Rough Afternoon .
Mercury: as anybody knows.

wasthe fastest getaway man in
mythology. If his influence can
help Noureddin get out of the.gato
a bit faster than usual, the colt
which came from ?th to third in
the recent Kentucky Derby ought
to have a look in when they take
the Preakness picture. 4- i :;
The i others,? according to the
Zodiac, are in for a rough after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Take' Tim Tain, now, the win winner
ner winner of the Derby. He's the favor favorite
ite favorite and he'll probably win and
be disqualified. TJie horoscope
says so.-:.j .yi,-.. !';.;,!
"Beware of possible misunder misunderstanding
standing misunderstanding 'and confusion,!' says the
forecast for the colt foaled April
19, which makes Mm an Aries

along with' Lincoln Road and

Gone Fishhr, f' You are in a pq pq-sition
sition pq-sition to improve your occupation

al interests and earning pwer

if you nay careful attention to the

fine print." ( . 1

Tim Tam isn't known, to be able

to- reaa ana his wcKey only, went

to tne fonrtn grade. They are, you

can see, racing difficulty. Aries.

l Una, is the starry sign of the

Ram, and if they go rammin

around at Pimlico somebody's

sure 10 yen i ioui.

Silky Needs Confidence

At to Lincoln Road, foaled

March 21, and Gone Fishin', whose

birthday was March 27, the zodiac

warns: -you may feel driven or
harrassed.f : This, with $100,000 at

stake, is a cinch and proves that

the horoscope knows what u s

talking about.
Silky Sullivan and Jewel's Re

ward, two of the other hotshots.

are under the sign of Pisces,, the

fish. This shakes my faith in the

zodiac : a bit because neither

moved as if they liked water in

the Churchill Downs' swimming

pool last Saturday. : i

Silky's horoscope s a y S he

"needs confidence" (which is for

Sure after his 12th place Derby

finish) and "must be made to

snap out of it" Jewel's Reward's

star uuormation ts lor "possiDie

financial benefits if you pay strict

attention to business." bo watch

out for this kid.

Talent Show, moving up into the

Triple Crown free-for-all, is gain

ing support. But his horoscope

warns to "be careful of ambitious

plans."

bo l ve got to go with Noured

din.

But there are just two things
worrying me. Horses can't read.
And this 'may be an awful lot of
Taurus the bull, ;

r

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Editor: CON.IADO SAP.CEANT

Local softbaU fans were bublinp
with expectancy today as they

looked forward to the deciding

contest of the three-game series be
tween champions Boite W and

Cafe Coolsoot which will be play

ed at Mount Hope stadium tomor

row morning at 10:30.

Boite W is the champion ot tne

Panama. Major Softball League,

while Cafe Coolspot is monarch
of the Rainbow City Open Clas

sification Loop.

The teams began a series to

decide the. Isthmian champion

ship last Saturday night at Mount

mm

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Mikvaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Chicago

Cincinnati

National League G AB R H Pet.

Musial, St. L.ouis 26 99 17 47 .4Vi

Mays, &an D eo. ; 29 115 29 47 .4U9

Crowe, Cmcin. 18 t0 a u ,Joi

Spencer, 4. t'co. & 114 it i ,j0j

Vvaus, Chicago au la w .iw

uemente, futs. u m 13 3 .3J9

itiomas,; Pitts : : ; 2 m a 39 'mo
Hoak, tracin. $ 23 93 13 31333
Hamher, Phila. 27 loti lb 3a .jjo

Xorre, Muwau. 24 52 5 17 .273

JC Invitational ;
Basketball Opens
Thursday Night '1

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The lowdown On The Fixers Bribers And Killers Who Looted The Unions,
' lined Up The B-Cirls, And Took Over The Rackets In The Windy City I
V ;, t- BRIAN KEITH BEVERLY GARLAND DICK FORAN icdr f

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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 50 official at bats)

Hope, with W taking the opener by I St. Louis

an 11-5 score. ; 1 Philadelphia

Coolspot came roaring back in Los Ana'lai

the secona game, at santa nita
ballpark on Monday, to trounce
the Panama team 10-3 and tie up
the series 'at one win and one loss

apiece.
Slated to start on the mound for

W tomorrow is U.S. Army Sgt.
Melvin Pucek, who went the dist

ance to become the, winning pitcn pitcn-er
er pitcn-er in Saturday night's game'.
His ,hill opponent will be Bob
Moolchan. the hefty Indian flinger

who was charged with the loss in

the opener, after lasting tour
frames.' y
Moolchan was voted most valua

ble-player lof the Rainbow 1 City

loon on the Streneht of his out

standing hurling during the regular
season. v
Big Bob was the most effective

Ditcher with a ehtterine 1.43 earn

ed run-average, and he had the
highest won-lost percentage .875
In series play thus far Coolspot

has outnit w .259 to .1.

Two homers have been smashed

by each team, the circuit blasts
going to Edgar Tarris and Ber

tie Williams of Boit W and tn

Wally Anderson add Edgar (Big

Fats) McComns of Cafe C001

. Parris' poke Avss of the grand-

slam variety. -The
clubs are also even in tri

pies one each. Roy Holness ; of

Boite W : ana Carlos Joseph ci
Cafe Coolspot, accounted for : the

tnree-Daggers.

A capacity crowd of around

2000 persons Is expected to jam

the Atlantic side park tomorrow.
Over 1000 ; witnessed the opener.

.934

American League v '.

McUougald, iN.x. 19 71 13 28
Kuenn, Deiroit k 28 Jlo 20 24

Vernon, Cleve. 24 64 12 24 u a

bkowron, W.Y. .1 18 -67 ; 8 25 -jm

S OX,). Chicago , 24 98 11 36 .3Gi

24 87 26 .3a,. 343

CerVj Kansas C.

Lollar, Chicago

Runnels; Boston
Nixon, Cleveland

Rivera, Chicago

22 72 11 24 i333

26 103 13 34 .3:

18 8 6 159 .;J28
1? 54 10 i7 .315

HOME RUNS

National League
Walls, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates ;
Mays, Giants v""
Cepeda, Giants
Sauer, Giants $.".,
Spencer,. Giants
American Leagu-
Cerv, Athletics
Maris, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox -Lollar,
White Sox
Minoso, Indians

11
10

'10

'8

'11

.This years tournament will

Included teams from three

branhes of the Armed Forces, a
Pacific side and an Atlantic side

Civilian team and three School

teams. n

Albrook Air Force Base Is the

Air Force representative, Fort

Clayton Is this year's Army entry
and Navy Communications will
represent the U.S. Navy.

Unl Sports will again be the

Atlantic side Civilian entry with
the Qlud Agencies team replac

ing the Balboa A.C. as Civilian

representative from tne pacmc

side. 1

For the frlst time In the history

of the Invitational the 1 Balboa

High champions. Junior College

and erterlng tournament piay as
scholastic champions. Junior
College and Cristobal High are

the other two school enteres. For

thoes who1 like to select their

favorites on the basis of tan
oerfomance the result chart 0

last year's tournament is pra.

sented below.

RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Mays, Giants' "
Spencer, Giants
Thomas, Prrafes 1
Banks, Cubs r

Walls, Cubs'
American League
Cerv, Athletics -Jensen,
Rfd Sox -Carrasquel.
Indians
Skowrnn.OTanks V -F,
Boiling. Tigers
Maxwell, Tigers

5

28

28

27

24

24

LEADING
PITCHERS

11 n-

Pwb' ftotaj. he. Mlug Released to UNITED ASTISIS sz

. ,. 1 1

TODAY at 11:00 p.m.

TviiDNicirr

"SHOW

EDWARD G. ROBINSON
" PAt'LETTE GODDARD in
'GIRL in ROOM SEVENTEEN"

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1

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Junior College
Navy
Albrook
Clayton
C.H.S. -Atlantic
Club
B.H.S.
Uni-Sport 1
Navy
- Albrook -
- Athletic Club
" Uni-Sport
! Navy
Uni-Rport
Uni-Sport

37
41
u. 54
51
41
59
- 56
67
53
' 52
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Elston, Cubs 5 0

McCormick, Giants V", 3 0

Paine. Cards '"'20

(7 tied with 1-0. 1.000)

American League

Harshman, Orioles v 5 0
Turley, Yanks ,50
Hyde, Senators 3 0

Shantz. Vanks 3 0

Larsen, Yanks 3 0

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York -Washington
Baltimore
Kansas City
Detroit
Cfoveland

Boston

Chicago

TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 4 I
San Francisco at Chicago 1
Los.Ange'ej at St. Louis
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1

(Night Game)

Pittsburgh 010 000 1002 6 0

Philadelphia -213 000 00x-6 7 )
Porterfield f 1-11. Ravrinn Tilapir'

burn and Foiles.

Simmons (4-3) and Lopata, '

San Francisco 000 005 0005 9 0

Chicago 100 100 2026 11 0

Monzant, Miller, Worthmgton,
Constable, Crone- (1-1) and Sch.

miat.

Phillips,, Nichols,

and Tay'or. "

Elston (5.0)

(Night Game)

Los Angeles : 000 000 000 0 6 1
St. Louis 000 002 OOx i 5 1

' Podres (4.2), Roebuck and Rose.

Doro.
Jones (23) 'and H." Smith.
(Night Game) v i r

Milwaukee at -Cincinnati (Post.

ponea ram;. -r

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- TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Cleveland
New York at Washington ; m
BalUmore at Boston
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
YESTERDAY'S R ESULT 1

(Night Game)
New York flOft 003 310-7 'lo"
Washington' 000 100 001 2

ford (3-2): and JJerra.

Pascual- (2-3); ByerlyKemmerer
and Fitzgerald.

V

heim

(Night Game) ; ,
Chicago 510 000 000-6 11
Cleveland r 010 010 100-3 6
Pierce (1.3) and Lollar.

ferrarese (0-1). Tomanek UNL

(Night Game) '
Detroit 101 010 000-3 7 1
KanSas City 000 010 40x 5 6 1
Wehmeier v (0-2), Morgan and
Hegan.
Terry, Gorman (U) and House.

(Night Game) '".''',-

Baltimore at Boston fPostnonwl

rain and cold). .

Z JC Basketball

ourney

CZ Service Center Bowling
Centers To. Be Refurbished

9.

vs

Coach Stew 'Brown; -Junior Col

lege tournament directbr; arinotinc

ed the pairing for the annual Ba: Ba:-ketbaU
ketbaU Ba:-ketbaU Invitational Tournament.

They appear below: ,,,,.

PAIKIWUS run JU
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
1 Thursday May 22
Gam -6:30
A .Athletic Club Vs Uoj
Sport. 1

8:00 B Cristobal Hica vs Ju

nior College,
' Friday May 22 f i
Game

6:30 C Navy Communications
vs Balboa High.
8:00 D Ft. Clayton vs Albrook

"Saturday May 24 f
Game X .
2:00' E Winner of Cime "A"
Winner of Game UB"-
.4:00 F Winner of Game "C"

.Winner of Game "D"

V 8:00 G Winner of Game "E"vi

Winner ,of Game "F'J

Tournament' play governed b;

national Federation of S t a l e

High schools Rule (Book 1957-58

Sports, Briefs

CARPENTER INKS CONTRACT

CLEVELAND. 'Ohio f UP U-

Preston Carpenter, an 1 offensive
end,: has, signed his 1958 contract
with the Cleveland Browns of the

national f ootball League. Carpen

ter worked as a halfback in his
rookie yearin. 1956 and led the

cmo in rusning. tie was snuted
to ofiensive end last year and
caught 27 passes, second highest
on the club. t

AKINS TRAINS HARDER

ST. LOUIS (UP)-- Vireil Akins

has stepped up preparations for

his June 6 bout with Vince Mar.
tmez for the vacant world welter.

weight titled Akins.; local bov.

worked four rounds Thursday and

plans to sticx to that schedule un.

til the fight,

A complete refurbishing of the'
Service Center bowling, centers,
including the replacement of eight
of the 12 lanes at the Balboa boWl boWl-ing
ing boWl-ing center; is planned for the sum
mer months. . .. ?
"Announcement of plans' for Vth?
face-liftine process, and V ten-cent

mcrease m the per, Iihe cost' of

oownng to become effective June
1 was made bv the Sutmlv Div

ision yesterday. : The ; increased

cnaree was amrovea after con

! sulfation with officers of the Pan

anama Canal Bowling Association

anu omer Dowiers.

In addition to the. renlacemenlt

of the eight lanes at Balboa, and

completely J refinishing i x of thei

other four:: which were replaced

about five years ago, Jt'jis plan planned
ned planned to recondition ; all bowling
lanes at the Diablo f Heights and
Margarita bowling j centers; The

following announcement was marie
concerning the. work which will be
performed' under contracts '': t ;
- 'The new lanes at Balboa Bowfe

ing Center and related equipment
arrived on the Isthmus a week or
so ago. Work of replacing will
begin at once, and it is anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated that the new alleys, gutters, ball

returns, and other equipment will

be installed prior .to the opening

of the league bowling5' season : fnl
nil TL. 1 1

0
.y.,i
y"
";'!'

being

1

Pers-a v

ins

me iau.' ine worK .is

tormed by contract

, ,,"Klllln nf rh f.f ih.t

tosi w equipmem; new Doeling :
pins; and repair and maintenancfty.
costs have risen so sharply, llef
bawling-lanes, have operated fenJi

vue past iwo years or, so jess than,
a break-even point.
After investiganting the charge
per line hi the USA (currently P
cents a line) and after discussion
with officers of the Panama Canal

Bowling Association. and other

bowlers, the decision was .made
to increase the cost per line rom j!
the 20 cents that has been in effect o--t l
for years to a new price of 30- r

cents per line. The increase wilW'
become effective tin June 1. to-

it is anticipated that some ex-.-
cellent scores will be made;durin:
the comine" bowlinsr season on the r
new installation at Balboa and '
the reconditioned lanes at Diablo

and Marparita

ESKIMOS ACQUIRE STILLER
y EDMONTON,- Alta. (UP) DonV DonV-Stiller,
Stiller, DonV-Stiller, Oklahoma co-captain in r
1957, signed today with the Ed.
monton .Eskimos of the Western ': J
Football Conference.

VEES BUY WIESLER

' RICHMOND, Va. (UP) The
Richmond Virginians of the Inter,
national League have purchased

pitcher Bob ,, Wiesler, from the
Washington Senators. Wiesler was
cut from the Washington sauad
when the Senators acauired right righthander
hander righthander Al Cicotte from the New
York Yankees.

AWARD FOR CLOSE

NEW YORK (UP)-Peter Close
of Manchester, Conn., today was
named winner of the Lt. Frank C.
Haggerty Award, St. John's Uni.
versity's highest athletic honor.
Close is the area champion in the
indoor and outdoor mile.
FROST ADVANCES
WIESBADEN, Germany (UP)-

Jack Frost of Monterrey, Callf.v
gained the men's singles quarter.

finals- of the Wiesbaden Interna

tiosal Tennis .Tournament Thurs.

day by downing Simon Nicotic of

Yugoslavia, 6 3, 5.7, 6-4.
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CAPITOLIO
35c, ; ZOc.
ATTACK OF THE
CRAB MONSTER

NOT OF THIS
EARTH
SPOOK CHASER

7VOL
S5c. Vtci
DRAGON WELLS
MASSACRE
with Barry Sullivan

- Also:
The Badge of
Marshal Brennan
'with Jim Davis

VICTORIA

15c." :
, Spanish Program 1
El Enmascarado de
Plata,. phap.J
Pension de Artistas
PURA V1DA"
with Clavlllazo

35c.

20c.

LOTTERY NIOHTi
JEANNE EAGLES
- with Kim Novak
THE TIA JUANA
STORY
with Rodolfo Acosta

SHQWlG AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
M . THEATERS TODAY. M

DIABLO

HEIGHTS

K!(y;-;'.7:oo

Jennifers Jones
. 'Rock -Hudson : I
' i' ,' &'-; yir f'i
"A FAREWELL
r;TO'ABjws";:

. G A M B O A
", Sat. Matinee-6:15
"SUNDOWN VALLEY"
it "CONGO BILL'".
No. 1, 2, 3
, . 8:15 -.
"CALYPSO
' HEATWAVE"

G A T U N
7:00
"D A K 0 T A
IN CTID ENT

M A It G A R I T A
6:15 .& 8:05
James Stewart
" "NIGHT
PASSAGE"

CRISTOBAL,
' Tommy Sands lit ;
' "SING BOY SING"
Cinemascope! -(Also,
Showing Sunday)

BALBOA

Alf-CondlUoned

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1:30 -' 3:50 6:10 -3:30

. EOWARO SMALL fMtCNTt.
tvno::2P5vzi ;
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CLriE3LaTGnro:i

piiacsuiic:!

UTHuiHcsiJunrs
WeBUCIKW
ef AGATHA CSHTin
'-i KWINai IMStlMCl.

ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY MONDAY)

PARAISO 6:15 & 8:00

,'GlrIs of the Big House"

and "Radar Men from
The Moon" Epi. 3-4

CAVDl tnitrr . ir a.

"TOE WAY TO TOE
, GOLD"
(Also Showing Sunday)

CAMP BIERD :15 & 7:55
"BANDITS OF DARK CANYON" and
"RADAR MEN FROM THE MOON" Epi. 1.1J

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SATIF.DAY, MAY 17. ID'S

tvlarcicnra bym

To Play Gulick
Battery X 5
By TREVOR SIMONS

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k,ofni miiipd Five members or ine tain javi visinuv nue u yiaiui kuu uc i num.
Commandant. 15th Naval District, (left) after being presented Individual awards. Fir place in the pistol
GeoLltUu ,nt toMBZ J f A Woody. In the rifle competition, CT2, J. D. Meloy, 2C won the 1st place trophy. Others trophies
I fTSutnVWL'9tkJit Pl"e. Dlstol ET2 D' McAdams, 3rd plate, pistol) Lt. S. G. Blouin, (2nd place
J KVSSSm wh6 took third place in the rifle matches. The rifle and pistol teams will represent the 15th Naval District in
Wfufe fw TMaK Xch will he held at Damneck, Va. May 26 through 30. They are: L to r.) Wales, McAdams, C. A.
Wtttan iSlF MeloJrwrPrMorton, MN1. Woody C.L. Jackson, ETC; Blouin, I N. McKee, GMC, Parks, and Lt. F, D. Furey.

JOE, WILLIAMS

a,:- Ht-Mlti!tr1i hill.": : :"'WonderIul. hist won

- At ":i""Tp;fur: beamed Haney 'If be

the JNauon.i .".""l.rtlitnVthii hest who is?"

tor -mUrMrim one. says he. Is

champion

.Yankee

M t J-

U.S., Red Weight Lifters
Could Padi The House

The defending champions of the ll

tanat zone junior louege iiivua iiivua-tional
tional iiivua-tional basketball tournament will
make their urst 1958 appearance'
at.the Margarita gym on Tuesday
night. The game is a warmup al al-fair
fair al-fair in preparaticu. for defending
tire title they won on the Pacific
Siue last year and will .mark the
first time this year that the Ln. I
versal Snnr quimet has appear appeared
ed appeared as a unit.
Manage y Paul Moser, who
also coaches the C.H.S. Jive, the

Umsports team boasts many well-

known Atlantic side cage names,
familiar to- basketball fans
throughout the Isthmus. "Nando"!
Tonv admittedly-one of the best
ever seen on the Isthmus, will
once again don the Red, White:
and Blue of Umsports as will Carl
Simons. Manuel Perez, Ramon

Querada, ''Cookie". Tagaropulos
and a host of others. With this
team manager Paul Moser hopes

to retain toe .C.Z.J.C. :: tourney
championsljip i
Tuesday night the Universal
Sports five will meet the Battery
"C". from Fort Guhck in a prel preliminary
iminary preliminary contest scheduled to begr
in at 6 o'clock. The other event on

the scheduled double-header will

match the Athletic Club five, and
Cristobal High School, both also
entered in the Invitational Tourn Tournament
ament Tournament that opens at Balboa gym
on Thursday, May 22.
A total of eight teams, represent

ing tops in Isthmian Basketball,
will be represented, at'- this yenr's

tournament tnai runs ironr me
Ma v 2 to the May 24 and most

of the quintets, other than that of

the schools, will be undergoing a
eruellnff week of work-outs in an

ticipation of winding up champs

Wr 1958.

By HARRY GRAYSON

I nn
Jul

WEEKLY EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM, U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS. .

- ,. Sails Sails Sails Arrives
Baltimors Philadelphia Mew York Cristobal
SANTA INES May V May 12 May 16 May "2I
SANTA KITA, May 25. May 24 May- 23 May1 29
SANTA OLIVIA May 27 May 29 Jrni. 2 : Jun. .7
, SANTA CATALINA Jun. ,4 Jun. S Jun; E Jun. 13
' r ' PASSENGER SERVICE "
Panama to Ecuador, Peru & Chile t t Panama to New York

night, with its worm ine book, 101 ,."d-l pard may be a weight lifter, 1
n imes engaging the! at least, he i6 nobody can say he Isn't honest
ina benefit Tor youth the NL has had. He s won fellow in Santa I
mVtl? Stt.u nica,Calif., named Malcolm Br,

. jX..ku .1 i the gesture

" w. somehow, wish they i ha not
com: By their presence they gave
a fresh; 'calling reality to a situa situa-7:
7: situa-7: I'-,h,nii ur have not yet be-

cflmeadted whol galaxy
olTtarssbeen-erksedfromo
when. if ever, w

reappear, who can aay?
When, for. example flo we get
. tW the great Stan Musial a a-it"ln
it"ln a-it"ln the flesh. Perhaps nev nev-"ii
"ii nev-"ii rirkable-'as he

he gets' no younger. If sponsors
think; it commercIallytWorth while
we may get to see him on TV,
shariS re'mote video imageswith
the Similarlf toderpr ivaegedL. in
rustic hinterlands. So long Broad Broad-...
... Broad-... ti.Hn Piinted Post. '"' "H i

Stoneham;;' with- limited purse
.. ut.(.h(n Industry. was

through and had' to go. O'Malley

could have eeen nauk auc
hm demanded were not im

' possible in view of .the vacuum
fl.. in.rnrihlv hid to fOUOW. .

The Importance of which the May-

. or sluggishly recoRmzeu wiuiui
hours after the two Yearns had de-

. The committee to whom he pass-
A fha hurlr hll ItlHie DO pfO-

eress lor tne simpie reasuu vi
it has nothing advantageous to
offers The conditions are such for
Instance, that it would have cost a
lit t.h Cincinnati Reds

$500,000 to make the switch. This
is an inducement!

..'tttM.Than Mays
But back to the field, and from
the Braves- dugout mastermind,
Fred; Haney, consolation, s .'You 11
... n pain in the Series with

the Yankees yttext October.-When

7u'e the best; only oaa juck can

Beat j you. v
The Braves came Into the StaV
diumr with a seven-game winning
ttreak. ."And we aren't playing
eur game. The pitching has been

Inconsistent, except ior opanme.,
Burdette is just' beginning to
eom around, and Hank hasn't yet
found hir groove." ; "
In Haney's book Hank Aaron is
t better hitter 4han Willie Mays.
. .?Not a better ballplayer, but
a more destructive' man with a
bat. jWins the big ones for you
. .At the' momentr-however, Aa Aaron
ron Aaron trail. Mav by 100 noints.

Lew Burdette" spent the winter
exploiting his triple win over the

YanKees in me aeries, lemng iun iun-nies
nies iun-nies 1 and nibblinff i Goodyear

frouse on the banquet circuit, his

fees totaling xzo.uoo. rne resultant

fatigue, plus- a holdout siege,
slowed his start.

The man thev call "Spahnie"

Is 'Warren Edward ; Spahn, 37-

vear'-old left-hander, who is un

1 beaten ln league competition
with six.vietoHes- in seven trips to

pitched more shutouts. (42) than

any ieu-nanaer:,in ineois t jcai
history of the league. For him
the jjackrabbit 1 rolls i over and
plays ; dead ball.
With1' the fast break he's' got,

Spahn would seem to be comfor-

taDiy on ms way to ms maw cm cm-eame
eame cm-eame season.; What makes him

, l r TT

such a constant iactor; .r. naney
nwreda "First: he's 'eot v a

njnd -arm' seconds he's intelii

one of the. few you can describe

as such without, apology ") '

The six-footer witn we straio-.
spheric finishing kick can still

throw hard. His control; is rename,
enoueh to enable him to move

the ball around, -pitch to. the hit

ter's weakness, reduce-or acceie

rate -speed and spin;" and, more
often than not, make the hitter

come to him, I.e., hitvnis pitcn.
This year Spahn. has added the
slider to his arsenal. .Probably
the last, and certainly the oldest,
pitcher to go for the popular "ten
cent curve." s a VFirst, time I
threw it I fanned Ted Williams in
ah exhibition game. That sold me."
'

PAAF Tennis

Tourney Slated

ay 26-J unci

tlymple champ at both Moscow

A ana Leningrad with a total lift of
NEW YORK (NEA)-Dave Shep-1 1,008 pounds.

weight imer, uui "lie will lift against Vorobyev a.

Sain and it will be,a great show
Thousands of weight fans around
the nation Will turn out to see it.

Russian weight utters never have

Mo.

Bren.

ner" snepparo was:saying,, wno

eats much more than, Ida. He goes) appeared on this soil before. You'll

to a Dlace there where youv pay.

$1.75 and eat all you can and he
went through 14 meals one, night.
He's the champ.' ; u

. Eating had come into the con.

versatioir because veppard and a
member of the Russian weigM lift-

ins; team here for a three-date

tour with an American team ,, of a "Universe contestwoujid up
poosh.'em.p experts f-;aeached.if in 'a hass'Ie'that Was to be settled

uled to have an eatmg contest in
New York tonight.

DAVEA BIG SHOULD I RID

see crowds you didn't think could

be assembled for this

' MAN COULD BE RIGHT. If you'

get around weight lifters and tnelr

followers you find no- more rabid1

people exist. One year at Virginia

S" "i, it memory serves correct.

pound steak or 14 lamb -chops,

in court until a magistrate found

out whaf he was dealing with and
called it off -v ,;. h y.

Shenpard. for examnle. started

zos-pounaer, can 5 nanme a nve lifting when he was l. Now, at

aiavsiig ttbsvii ait; u mo jw iwrw
27. he Is In the business full-time,

whichever is around, but nothing selling food supplements used by

Thri 1058 Panama Forces Ten

nis. .Tournament wil be held at

the 15th Naval District tennis
couMs from May 26 through June
!( The 4oamament, will be under
the ceneral suoervision of the

chief, Special, Services, USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB as directed by.the PAF sports
council. it ,'.

The following instaiations nave

been invited to participate: Fort
Amadoii, Army Altantic, Fort Clay

ton, Fort Kobbe, Navy and ai
brook Air Force Base.

The Panama Area Armed Forces

chamDlonshiD team.- singles cham

pion and doubles champions will
be determined btf this tournament,

Drawme for seeding of the nlav-

erss will-he madint ther-UK

CARIB .Special Setvlces --Office

May 23
MICHALIK TO STAMPEDERS
CALdARY.'Alta.- (t'P)"- The
Calgary Stamneders bf the West,
em Football Con'erence-today an.
nounced the signing o' former
Pittsburgh Sleeler lineman Art
Michalik. He n'ayed for Pitts,
burgh in 1955-S6" after two vears
vith the San Francisco Forty.
"Nineri. "

near, he says, the Vastronomical

figures being put out by press aj

gents.": ' v-
For a time His culinary report
seemed important. The tour of
U. S. and Russian weight : lifters

would almost certainly, we flgur.
e&r be held in seclusion. Who ev ever
er ever went to a weight lifting match?
The eating affair,; f on the other
hand, could draw a good crowd io
Gene Leone's wine .cellar. ; t

This was before Bob Hoffman

the York Pa., barbell impressarro.

clutched the ear and insisted, "We

will have a, crowd of 12.000 at

Madison Square Garden on thei

17th. There will he a good crowd

at the Amphitheatre in Chicago

and at the Masonic Hall in Detroit.
"And as far as Sheppard is con

cerned, of course he can eat. But

he can lift, and jhat's more an

muscle men.

'. His opponent. Vorobyev; is a 14i.

year.old medical officer in the Rc1
Army and has been, an interpre.

ter informed, at. the business since

his; youth.
Both are dedicated to the busi

ness of picking un metal, hoisting

it around with v.'J ious motions and
then putting it back on the floor. In

this country you usually do it in

me qiuei oi a small zvm ana raise

a bumper crop of muscles." But

many nuzzans will ring through

big auditoriums this trip. T h e
weight lifters are crawling out of

me wooaworic to see it.
' Along with SheDDard: the IT. S

team will have Tommy Kono, Jim

uiraaiora, uiet vince, Isaac Ber Ber-get
get Ber-get ,ne Pman and Jim George.
"This will be fantastic," Irwin

Rosee, the publicity man, declares.
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Field & Stream

v GRANDPOP'S GUN ISN'T
WORTH POWDER

.'one of the commonest delusions

.besetting- fond grandsons is" that
granddaddy's t shotgun is -ah in
credibly valuahle antique. '
Tf' nn lrt,Aflr nn trrannnnn'smnrk.

manship that in 99 and 44-100 per
cent ef these cases the old time
double isn't worth the dab of
, .1 J J U1...

smoKeiess powuer neeueu io oiuw
it nn. Almost 'never are these

Damascus barreled oldies worth
Whtrnio ifc-hiMit. ; the twa thief

excepuuns uenign uie euj ii.

er, which can now oe reDarreiea
not too exoehsiv "of the ultra.

special musket,' copiously engrav

ed and inlaid, wmcn nas some va value
lue value for esthetics alone.

Nineteenth centrury breech load-

talking about, pieces, made when
the brass- shotshell 'and later

naner was loaded with black

powder arid fired in a gun either

hammer or nammeriess, in. Dar.

rels made of wrought Iron and

early steel twisted together a a-round
round a-round a mandrel, welded and bor.
ed into a barrel. Some are hand,
some, doubtless brought down
ducks afrom a tremMdous range,
but right now they're drug on the
market.

portant. In .1955. he beat Arkadi He can be foreiven. His

yorobyey he's the world and O.I in charge of the Roller Derby.

Some Auto Racers
Know When to Quit

- By JIMMY BRESLIN ,1 won. The only reason I kept eo-

' 11 I Ing until the end of the year was
INDIANAPOLIS (NEA) The because I had contracts to meet,
general impression, ably fostered) "You can say it is tearing at
hw stsi'rvpvert outsiders, has been' my heart to be idla' and ll that

that the kind of speed displayed jf you care to, but all I can say

in .the Indianapolis uu on merao u u was a natural move to quit

No Vnore -worthy are those num numbers
bers numbers that were DroducH around
the turn of the century by a fan.

astic list of l U gun firms and

major gunbuilders so ashamed to
the cheap pieces they were build,
ing for hardware store distribu.
tion that they keep their names
off them. ( ....
"Some have fluid steel barrels,
to be sure, but all are short-chain

bered for the modern, siell with

its pie.like crimp, and those on
ehich the barrel markings make
the loudest claims for strenghth
are the least reliable of Anl
to make a bad' matter worse, not
one in 20 of these odd-brand scat,
terguns was intended to sell for
more than $20.50 years ago. '.'
Lay off worrying about their Vt Vt-lue.
lue. Vt-lue.
; They' haven't, any. save as soms.

thing to hang over the -mantel or

to prop open the woodshed door

Nw Johnny l ready for a back stroke," finnlnp. From their
position as In th bark RlWe, hl hands should bf moved iup alone;

" "" or a ni(iim e or two or three Inches. Then havo him n

mm mem out M that the palms are facing toward the feet, and,
'without stopping, puh them, back into place, The movement
akould be continued without Interruption. When he adds tho
k to thi mosemeat he will be swimmint: on hi back.'
(Man No. 9) .', j .... -,-

rial Day is like a sweet drug to

those who drive, in ey never can

ger.Away from it, you are told

With this In" mind. Sam' Hanks

was confronted on one of his in

terminable walks -between the

SDeedwav offices and the infield

garage area. Sbm won the big one

last year, but he now is retired,

At 43, and a veteran of zz years;

of driving, this is his first spring

at Indanapoiis as a nasi son mam

between the trick and participants.
He must, was the asumption,

miss the tension 'arid excitement

of getting ready for another 500.

Whatever ;
Happened to .
. ' Remyx. ( Ray) Kramer
Ray Kremer, who "spent iis' en,
tire lO.year major league career
pitching for the Pittsburgh Pi Pi-rates,
rates, Pi-rates, was the winning pitcher in
the last two games of the -1925
World Series as the Pirates de.
feated Washington, four games to
three. Kremer squared the Se.
J.. At Q ft t.riil. a inntn.ir nn fnt

j lies at j-u n,t t.w j vii vv..
113 that Year and was credited

"All you saw Samdoinelastvear, with the tinal victory in renei on

and I don't miss it.'

This year Hanks can walk a a-round
round a-round and' talk on the telephone

and enjoy things. Last year and

tne ones oetore were one big gin
rummy game.
The drivers play cards and ne
ver seem to stop in an effort to re relieve
lieve relieve the tension which builds up

more each day as the race gets

cioser.';,:' r--- ,;',:,,;. ? ,;;;,; v.-

A Bloemker of the Speedway said.

"was smoking big cigars and play.

ing gin. unvers have different
ways of handling nerves. Daily
now they go out on the track for

a drive, then come back and they

start stripping the car with... the

mechanics. Every hut is checked

over and over. Then when they re

through with that some of them

i ("Teaching Johnny To Swim," a do-it-yourself manual
for parents, is now available, at your Red Cross Centers,

Libraries and swimming pools In the canai zone.

i Paint whn nrefpr in hnvo their rhilrll'eii laiiplir'fh

XL pup. riasses snoiMfl renter inem mm me summer ne-

v wieaiional frograni in their community, iraincu uea uross
f instructors will be at all pools.)

"No", Sam said. "I drove my

last race Dec. 1 at Riverside Speed
way in southern California. It was

a -250-mile stock car race 'and I

finished thrid. Wh ii I climbed

out of the car I was through. Anl

I didn t feel anything special a
botrt it then-and I don't now." -It
is, he maintains, as simple as
that. i

"Oh when I come j back here, J'Gdys will be walking around
people kid me and ask when Tt squeezing hand grips. Or they'll
going to take I. drive around,s but( put together a sterring wheeland
I'm not going to do it. If I start a seat and pack the steering wheel
driving for fun," the?-' I'll do it torso it is hard to turn. Then theyl"
business. I'W just stay away and sit there for hours turning the
I won't" miss it. i1 'thing to build themselves up."
"I spent 22 years in cars an i The winning driver at Indian.

that's a long time in any business.! apolis can come away with, en.
Why keep going to the well? lidorsements "d the like included
knew-bcfOTe-the-Tace"hcrela!rmore-than-$100,000.-That-is ten ten-year
year ten-year that I was going to quit it sion enough. :

Oct. 15. In 1927, Kremer had

19-8 record as the Pirates won the

pennant again but he lost the e.

ries opener to the Yankees, 5-4,

and never was able to win a

game in that Series. Neither did

any other Pirate pitcner. Aitoin.
Kremer had an excellent 143-85

career record ending in 1933.

Whatever happened to Ray Kre

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DETROIT (UP) First base

man Ray Boone of the Detroit
Tigers will be out' 6f action for
an hide inite period. Boone twist,
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ning of Wednesday's game with
the Cleve'and Indians when he
was eaught in rundown- between
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
TH'S SPACE 13 FC CALX
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C743
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Automobiles 1 1

We' will buy y"
cosh. No wtitini M red tape.
Any year rnake and model. Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Motors it Tivoli Crossing
Tel. 2-4222 2-4224, v
FOR SALI: Oldsmobile. Supr
'88 "Holiday Coupe" lata
1954 medal. Radio and heater,
new white wall tires. Leather,
trimmed upholstery, turquieie
blue body, black top. Excellent
condition, original owner. Call
ft. Clayton 17-3184.
FOR '. SALE: 1954; Mercury
Custom, hard top, wsw. radio,
Marc-O-Matle, goed condition.
Phone Balboa 2-3674".
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Tudor
aedan, 1950 Chevrolet Tudor
sedan." Both clean, good eondi-
tion. Phone Balboa 3263.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Can-,
fury hardtop. Beautiful condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Navy 3737.
Muffler 'installed free. Prices
of mufflers on Ford, Chevrolet,
Plymouth $9.95; all other $12 $12-95.
95. $12-95. Mufflers and pipes. Free
installation, i Tivoli Motors at
Tivoli Crosing. Tel. 2-4222
2-4224.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick, $150,
Phone Guldet, 828-3383. ,'
FOR SALE 1956 Ford station
wagon country sedan, 9 pas-;
senger, Fordomatie transmission;
undercoating, radio, wsw tires;
blue and white exterior; red and
whit interior, Thundorbird
meter. $1950.00 Taylor. 2172 2172-C,
C, 2172-C, Curundu, C X. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5162.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac 2
deer. Good transportation. Leav Leav-,
, Leav-, Ing soon. Call Navy 3049.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
aedan. Duty paid, good condi tion,
$125 down. Phone Cu
rundu 3198.
FOR SALE. Buick, 4 door 1950
Super, Dynaflow 2259-B, Carr
Straot, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1948 Austin 2 2-deor
deor 2-deor sadan $150.00. Telephone
Curundu 3220.
Preakhess Gets
Largest Field
In 30 Years
BALTIMORE. Md. (UP)
Twelve horses, the largest Preak Preak-neat
neat Preak-neat field in 30 years, are expect
ed to be entered today for to-1
day'a runnmsr of the Triple crown
classic that snapes up as a re rerun
run rerun of the JKentucky Derby.
Unconvinced that the Derby,
run over a slippery muddy track,
was true test, the trainers ol
- seven other starters from Cb) -ch
ill Downs were ready to give their
charges another shot at Calumet
Farm s winner, Tim Tam.
" In addition, four other three
vear-olds who passed .up the Rose
Run complete the roster for the
82nd running of the : Preakness
?; (takes. ., v- 'r,'
Back for another cratck at Tim
Tm will Via TlftrKw vfaKfarst T.itv
' coin Road (2nd); Noureddinl
(3rd); Jewel's Reward (4th;
Martins Rullah 5th; Chance It
"Tony (6th), Gone Fishin ; (8th);
. van (12th).
Joining them will be Talent
Show, Hlion, Michore and Liberty
tpiM pajnnoD unj ny oq 'jajna
Jewel's Reward as the Maine
- Chtyncr Farm entry,-'?' 'i
, Tim Tam remains the solid 1
to 5 favorite. Ismael Valenzuela,
who won -the Derby Trial and
... xim Tm after re-
placinR injured Bill Hartack as the
' colt's jockey, once again will be
in the saddle. .:.
The Preakness will' be decided
over, n entirely different type
" race trade tnan was the Derby.
The turns are sharper at Pirn
lico and the, soft: fushinn much
- deeper than; at Churchill Down
Some trainers appeared a little
anxious about ; the loose top soi'
. ana while every one of them
rjn trank, they
wmua welcome a little shower to
settle the tract.
NO CURSING
' SYRACUSE, N.Y,,(UP) -City
iramc Bureau women clerks ask asked
ed asked for and got a police guard aft
er the chief vlerk, Mrs., Carmen
repone, complained many Per
sons paying traffic tickets paid
up oniy aiier cursing the city
the government, the police and
the women clerks.

SALES REPRESENTATIVE WMITED V
United States Manufacturer of Plumbinf Brass Goods
an Accessories requires experienced representation on a
commission basis. We have a full line of Cast and
'Tubular Brass PlumblngTFIxturesrlns'tIate'i--Jlobe"anel--Swine;
Check Valves. State actual,, territory covered and

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Apartments

; FOR RENT Small furnished
apartment or room. Clean and
' independent, Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejoi
two bedroom apartment with
' dining, livingroom, large kitchen,'
laundry, maid's room, all screen screened..
ed.. screened.. Call 3-7453. .
FOR RENT s Modern 3 bed.
rooms apartment, dining, living
room, two bathrooms, porch, hot -arer,'
maids room, and bath, all
screened El Cangreje L Street
(551 No. 23v Telephones 2
'0487 3-6523. Price $150.00.
' FOR REW,T: One bedroom; fur;
nished or unfurnished apartment,
No. 10 El Coco. Phone Panama
3-2189.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters
during, June, July and August.
CaH Gamboa 279.
VACATION APARTMENT
'WilPrenf three bedroom com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment far
the months of June, July and
August, located dose to Hotel
El Panama. For details call 3 3-7187
7187 3-7187 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: rNicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, "f living,
i dining, etc. Phone 3-1717.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished wonderfull and cool
apartment, with all convenienciea
and comodities, one bedroom,
living-diningroem,' porch, garage,
etc., $130.00. 95th street No.
47 San Francisco.
' fOR RENTe-Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, screened, military ins ins-'
' ins-' ported, one and two bedroom.1
) Automobil Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished on bedroom apartment. .:
Phone 3-5024, Panama.
FOR RENT: Juno first one bed bedroom
room bedroom 'furnished apartment, $70
monthly. Automobile Row, Tele Tele-hone
hone Tele-hone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Independent apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, diningroom,
services, 90th East Street No.
61 San Francisco.
J OR .RENT.--M'?r" two bed-v
I rodm' apartament. maid's guart-
r, garage,, balcony, hot water.
"68th Street El Cangrejo, Para-
in Building.
Commercial Sites
FOR J RENTi VVeH loeated of of-'
' of-' flc "ipaco, "aroar from Lux
Theatre Applyi Madura, Mosas
tV Rirrtmington. Telephone 3 3-0053.
0053. 3-0053. ,'..',.v,:.,,-.,.., ;..
FOR RENT: Spaced auitabl
for storage, shop or store; across
from Coca Cola Company.; 3000
.square feet. Will alter to to
suit tenant.'. Will rent jail or
' part,". Call .' Pinturaa Itimefiai,
Telephone 2-3444 or 2-0857,
. Panama.
FOR RENT: Available May
25th n newly constructed build building
ing building located en 50th Street bet between
ween between 86th and 88th Sts., Paiti Paiti-lla,
lla, Paiti-lla, comfortable and modern one
and two bedroom apartments,
(living-dining ; room, kitchen,
etc.), hot,, water installation, all
, screened and other facilities,
, completely, independent. For in- :
formation: Phono 2-2134.
VFW Names Buddy
Poppy 'Chairman
Byron Fielding of Cristobal Post
No... 3676 of the. Veterans of Fr-
eign Wars, has been chosen to dir
ect the annual Buddy poppy sale
of the V.F.W.
Announcement was made by W.
W; Rowland, commander of Lt.
Garvyn H. Moumblow Memorial
Post 3876 at Cristobal.
"This sale, which takes place
May 28, 29; 30 and 31, Rowland
said,!'; will enable the V.F.W. to
continue its welfare work in Tip.
half of the, living veterans, of this
nation s wars, and to care for
those orphans and widows of our
war dead who are unable to prov.
Ide for tnemselves.'j
All funds-raised by the Buddy
Poppy sale will be used to reha
bilitate disabled servicemen, to
aid others in their readjustments
problems, and to provide a norm.
al healthy Home life lor war or or-at.Eatn
at.Eatn or-at.Eatn Rapids, Mich.
EXPLOSION KILLS THIRTEEN
YUNGWOL, Korea (UP) An
explosion ripped through a coal
mine at this Korean mountain
village yesterday killing 13 per persons
sons persons and seriously injuring three
others.
L A similar disaster in the same
mine a year ago also killed 13
miners and injured two others.

JOSHUA B. POWERS, INC.
345 Madison Avenue .Dept. RF)
New York 17, N. Y. (U.S.A.)

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BARIXV-N U V Street MORBISON 4th of Joly Awe J? J StlpLEWS
PARMAC1A Ltl4eral Avenj HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J fe. do
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Resorts
PHILLIPS Qceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R, da P. Phone Pa Pa-name
name Pa-name 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic
public Republic with ali kinds of como como-r
r como-r dities, open day and night. The
' new management is at your serv services.
ices. services. r w-
FOSTER'S Cottages and targe
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino.. Phono Balboa 1865. .
Rooms
FOR RENT Beautifully fur., ;
nished housekeeping room, dou
ble couch, refrigerator, kitchen I
cabinet with attached stove,,
bath,-and entrance-independent..
No. 3, 52nd Street., Phono 3-,
0638.
FOR RENT: -j Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent,,,
for one person.' Phone 3-6046, ; ;
2nd Street Perejil (Temistocles
D!a Street) No. 7-1 89, up-
fairs, between 6-8 p.m., ? ; v
FOR RENT: i-Clear, wall fur furnished
nished furnished room, bachelor', reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Central Ave. No. 18-18
third floor.. Across J Street.
Houses
FOR RENT: At 50th street No.
25, 2 bedroom house furnished,
exclusive neighborhood! Six
months or permanent occupancy.
$140.00, Information at Cuba
Ave."- No .' 2543, Phono 2-
, 0481." 1 'i." i
. FOR RENT: Chalet in Bella
? Vista, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
51 dining, drawing vroom, maid's
; room, hot water $125. Screen Screened.
ed. Screened. Inquire ,47 Street No. 17
upstairs. Tel. ,3-1551.
Hotel:' HOLLAND HOUSE
; 8 mlns. from the heart ot.
San JostS, Costa Rica
Completely modern convenience! In
Suites end Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot ,and cold water.
''-Price; SS and $ dally,
with meals.
-v Cossaopelltan kitchen
Horse riding. .X.f
For reservations 'f.Q. i
Box 4459 iAr'B:
Manager!; BUI and Elenor Jaspers
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
1 155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
- can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent '.
( Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
: for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552.
NEW! ..
SPEEDUTE 40
ONLY $24.00
f BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLt 2.3 Lbs.
Li.111111 at.
Panama Coloit'
TV SERVICE
What's Your TV Problem?
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TJALITY SERVICE
SAME DAY
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tivoli Ave. No. 1821
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Home Articles
FOR $ALE: Latrine, only 3
days. Majic Chef tas stove, 4
burners ana other forniture.
Phono 1 191. Colon. T
FOR SALE-Davano had, club
Chair, lounge chair, Ottoman,
pillows,, end tables, small desk,
good condition. Radio .servicing
and i photographic equipments.
, Phono 4.?86, ;, House 11 5-B .'
Paraiso. v '.
FOR SALE: Modern mahogany
bedroom set. Not Point refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, English boy's bicycle, Rat Rattan
tan Rattan dinette table and 4 chairs,
rest of tables, China dinner dinner-service
service dinner-service for 12, odd household
items. Call Panama 2-2126 or
3-5209.
Match Hick bamboo, drapes,
traverse curtains, slip covers.
Decoracioncs Roberto (R. A.
' Cowes) Via Espana and Porras
No. I. Phone 3-4904.
FOR SALE.1 House furnishings:
G.E. Refrigerator like new, G.I.
Washer. Also one gas range,
dining room, bedroom and living
room set. Gas water heater. Call :
3-758 Panami. between 8:00'
a.m.' and 4:00 p.m. ;s
FOR SALELarge storage ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, metal bed ; with good
spring, coton mattresses, book-
cases, kitchen cabinet, odds' ana)
ends. TcL Panama 3-5320.
FOR SALE: Diningroom table
and chairs, wardrobe, corner
table. (Mahogany) armchairs,
set livingroom, (iron seat cov covers).
ers). covers). Tel. 3-4501.
FOR SALEt Kenmore Automatic
Washing machine. Llko new.
Quarters J 3-2B Albrook. Phono
Albrook 86-4245.
Hollywood 'Prince'
Mike Romanoff How
Legal Resident Of US
'
WASHINGTON fUPWPresidenl
Eisenhower put an end yesterday
to the immigration troubles of
Michael 'Prince Mike' Romanoff,.
me laDuious noiiywooa restaurant-
eur,and,man about town.,
"The President' signed ft bill
making. "Prince: Mike" a perm a.
nent resident of the United States.
What' more, it gave Mike per.
manent status as of Dec. 22,
1932, and .authorized him to leek
American citizenship.
.The President's action ended a
lone controversy between immL
gration authorities and one of Hol
lywood's most, colorful characters.
.Despite his regal title, Roman,
off always has contended he
really is one Harry ; Gerguspn,
who ,, was born in .New York on
Feb. 21, 1893. As such, he said,
he is a native-born American
citizen. l-
But the immigration service
contended he was born in a for.
eign land,, probably Russia, of
Russian parents. It tried several
times' to deport him, but failed,
Romanoff has been married to an
American citizen since 1948.
The Justice. Department took .no
official stand on the bm.. it mere merely
ly merely submitted to Congress a mem memorandum
orandum memorandum from r the .immigration
service detailing Romanoffs legal
diff wulties. i-x y v:
Chorus 01 Balboa
To Give 'Creation' ;
' Neil V. rBrahstter. director of
the College-Community -C n o m i
production of Franz J o s e p n
Havdn's oratorio. "The Creation,
today announced the soloists tor
the one performance in the patio
of the Balboa Elementary school
next Tuesday.
Earl C. Kenney will be organ
ist for the production, with, the
oratorio orchestra using the com
plete orchestration of the Vork.
Mrs. Sylvia S. KieUman is Jlst Jlst-d
d Jlst-d as sDrano. with Col., Frank
lin B. Simmons, Jr. as tenor,
and Robert-Schultz as bass.
In 1796, Baron Gottfried : van
Swieten out together Jhe actual
text of The Creation but his work
was nartly in the nature ofr a
translation into German of ; the
first wording, written before that
date by-a man named I.idlcy or
T,indley..who had written in Eng English,
lish, English, takfli laree'y from John
MiUpn's Paradise wst.:; ; y
.For about 150 rytnx- the fa famous
mous famous work has be-'n given a)l o-
ver the Weitern EuroojM ana
North American world, and The
Creation has long held a h'igh
place wilh the mis'cal composi
tions of all time.
'AdmiqsirmNs tove next T'ips-
'3avs r.err,irmO fi"Tiiir rh?drrn
must V aa3)'np.v.tfG ny their
parents or wo'I.t .rep!.,'' c. a
duults. All music-lovers of the
uanai zone are lnvuea 10 De pres.
ent for the 8 p.m. curtain.

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SMVICB - Aev Tivoli He. 4 FARMACIA tJTADOS NIDOH Central Avr
ia Om Ave. ti: t EOTO DOSfJ-Jmi. Arjm. n"J .JjfLi
ftreet a FARMAf LA -SAS"-Vla rem Ul KOVEDADES ATHU Bailee

Mi
aneous
FOR SALE: Frifidaire, 60 cy cycle,
cle, cycle, all porcelain, very good condition,'-
$65.00. Phone Colon
I62..--V .-: .:
FOR SALE:- Tri-band Cubical
Quad antenna, 10, 15 and 20
meters, all aluminum construc construction,
tion, construction, with 400 feet coax. Phone
Balboa 2-3173.
FOR SALE: Gasoline power
lawn mower $50.00. Kenmore
automatic washing machine
$100.00 248-B Albrook. Phone
: 86-6219.

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ATTENTION! 1st Sgt. RoberJ -If. Anspaugh,. A Company, ,lat Battle Group, 20th Infantry, -atands
at ,rlgld uttention- as Lt. Gen. Bidgley Galther, new commander in chief, Caribbean
Command, enters his company' area;! Gaither visited Fort Kobbe at the start of a three-day
orientation tour of U.S. Army f Caribbean activities. Accompanying Gaither on hla tour of
units at Fort Kobbe was Maj. Gen. Thomas' ,L. r Harrold, left, commanding general,- USAR USAR-CARIB.
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Don't Take Canada For Granted,
US Ambassador Warns Congress

JwASttmGTONVfUP) 4 Con
gress, already; concerned aboiit ll.
S.-Latm 'American 'troubles, : was
taM.: VMterdav that Brietnces
against' this country -also are' pil
ing up nortiroi lat ooraer in van-
t Livingston- T 'Merchant,' U.!.S.
mhassadof to Ottawa. v said a
"chanee in climate"; has taken
rtlar tn U.S. -Canadian relations
na fnlrf ifrin Senate Foreign Rfr
latlnne Committee the U A i t e d
States takes Canada lor gramea
and "they don't like it.-" :
Pfof Pv E Corbett of Princeton
TTniversi't testified that Canadi
ans were deeolv offended last
year by a Senate Internal Secur Secur-fty:
fty: Secur-fty: Committee J report levelling
Communist, cnarges agamsv ncij
hprt E. Norman, a Canadian dip
lomats who later committea suh
fahada lodged a V sharp com
plaint with the State Department
Thursriay:igainst another ; sud
r-nmmlttpf! reoort airing Commu-
nist allegat'rtns against: a second
Canadian. He fas Robert Bryce.
serretary '-tx the Canadian" lv
Meantime,. the senate : Foreign
Raiatibn't : Committee Dostnoned
oublic iiearines on the anti-Amor-Iran
demonstrations afinst; Vice
President; Richard M. Nixon dur-
in hi1 South American our. '.'.
Chairman Thodore F.; fJreen
f D-W..I.Y said the committee
-would take ecret 'testimony first
from St' Department an'' Cen Centra
tra Centra Intelli gnce gencv officia I s.
After tht it will ecide on the
course Of hearings bv a suNiom suNiom-mittee
mittee suNiom-mittee npided by Sen. Wayne
Morse (D-Ore.). , ;
Desnite the reports of U.S. U.S.-fanartian
fanartian U.S.-fanartian friction. Merchant dis-
fwr that th United States and
Canada recpntlv ; exchanged notes
seH'n? out joint arrangements for
meefn any. Soviet air atfaCK on
th North American cgnMnent.
The notes set nut "rondures to
be fo'iowd by the North Ameri
can Air Defense Command,, with
hedaurters at Colorado: Soring.

Colo. They were understood to
snell out tlie : conditions unde"
which Canadian planes could be
summoned to battle from Col

orado Springs.
Prof.' Corbett told the comMit
tee the Norman incident "created
among Canadians,! sense of in
jury for which I can And no par parallel
allel parallel in my memory". He said
Canadians 'might -ouestioii. why
the United States was concerned
about Norman at all.
The Senate internal security
subcommittee said it was not con concerned
cerned concerned about Norman as a Can

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vuiiLiuue mac ims country is not
reli f le trading partner.
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"protectionist" V trends, r- he said
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01 Aggression, Jays
a
(UP) Army Secretary
wuber ? M, Brucker ). warned Fri Friday,,
day,, Friday,, iiight thaw the United States
now faces a graveir' danger from
outside aggression, ; than ; at any
time in history: ..J.'.V'u
The Communist consniract ''is
still belligerently on 4he march
toward' its j: announced eoal of
world aaomination,' ;JBrucker Said
m-v an address to :. the Boston
World t Affairs Council's armed
.forces week dinner.
"No amount of Soviet sophistry
can oDscure tne main lact that
it is our own ieloved United
Slates leader of the nations ott
lIe iree worm in tnemortal strug
gle against Communist kpet-esinn
and ? the-mot formidable obtaqle
athwart the ommtfhist path, to
ai'"UHJ tyquesi wnicn is -me
ultimate target I of every Soviet
Plot and taction ;
The Army secretary" said that
Russia now possesses powerfil
1 means of lonif .ranse Hnliverv.
uuvicai wcauuns anil eriiriRnE
which "dwarf intb rnsigtificance

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; l-ft. skiff with II h.p. Jehu,
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'"- NO LrciNsi
GRANBV,' Conn (UP) It didnt
do Henry J. Lemanski any good in
traffic court v when he cned that
he had driven 21 years without
an accident or arrest. It devel
oped that he also had driven 21, ;
years without a license.' r i f
anything which was in tha handi
of the. Axis powers" durinf World
.Brucker noted that "Soviet sci scientific
entific scientific advances, dramatized y
their success in launching earth
satellites, have been more effec
tive than millions' of words in
bringing home to the American
people the' fact that' we cannot
take our' security, or-- our world
position,-for- granted2 y V ;
Brucker said that it '.'is illogi illogical
cal illogical : to s. beHeve", the i Russian
would risk a nuclear conflict be because
cause because such a war, "fought to its
inevitable conclusion, could result
in nothing short of disaster for all
participants.'',
''Therefore, ;' we must .! regard
limited. aggression, with a sue
cession of t limited, attainable,
profitable objectives as by for tha
most likely form in which the So Soviets
viets Soviets will employ their mil'ry
' '-t j.e e
power to carry torwara ineir
7 ruthless program of conquest.",
fr proinpt
attention
will enable us
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Harry Owmi 7:00
Youtti Wanta To Know -i 7:30
CTH NEWS : 1 8:00
Sports Rel 9:00
Paragon Playhouia' 1:30
Encore: GoU brow. ,10:00
JAMBOREE 5 10:30
PANORAMA (Including '"Th 11:00
Bi( Picture" at 5:45) 11:15

Oh Susanna
Life of Riley 'i
Caeur'f Hour
Highway Patrol
George Gobel Rpt 14 Nov 56
Crusader
Your Hit Parade IS Feb 58
CFN NEWS -.
Encore: Meet McGraw :
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3 PCcrs Get Awards For Fast thinking. Bravery;
28 Others Get Cash For Itpr ovcnient Suggestions

The n)loyes of the Canal orga
nkation were presented awards
'for Soecial Acts of Public Service
and 1 four others were presented
"with Superior Service Awards by
' Gov. 'W. a. fotter, in a ceremony
held yesterday at Balboa Heights.
In addition to letters of personal
ftmmendation signed by the Go
vernor each received cash awards
Of $100, -
-''-'. "v.:f':".'':s''!:i:';:'f
,. At the same time 28 other Can
; al employes received cash awards
'ranging from 146 to $150 for sug sug-'
' sug-' Bested improvements under ; the
(Incentive Award Program.
Rtwardad for special acts of
pulbic service, wart Teddy A.
' Marti, locks operator at Pedro
, Miguel locks; Archibald L. King,
. cribman in the Marine Bunkering
Weather Or riot

This weather report for the 21
l hours ending- 8 a.m. today; is
' prepared by the Meteorological
' and Hydrographic Branch of the
' Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

'.TEMPERATURE:

High ..,... 90 85
Low 74 77
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HUMIDITY:
High 94 "90
Low .....,, 66 -.77.-
WtND:

(max. mph) SE-18
RAIN (inches) 1.38
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
NW-13
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SUNDAY, MAY 18
' Wgh Low ;;
3:28 a.m. 9:44 a.m.
3:36 p.m. 10:06 p.m.
TODAY! -r-- .75 -- .40
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AWARD WINNERS on th
Section; and Alexander West,
firefighter in the Balboa Fire
District. '
Winners of the Superior Service
Awards were Philip T. Greeny in
dustrial training coordinator in
the Engineering and Construction
Bureau; Frederick J. Berest, tour
leader interpreter at Miraflores
Locks: Hilton Goodridg'e. fore
man in the Housing iBranch; and
Christopher Greaves, clerK in the
Housing Branch. The wards were
given in recognition of the outstan
ing manner in which they carried
out theirt duties. ,,
' The awards presented Marti wis
In recognition of his quick think thinking
ing thinking and prompt action which pre
vented a serious and possibly fatal
acpident. wmcn occured when Gor Gordon
don Gordon Thiel, another Locks employe,
fell from t scaffold 25 feet above
the lock chamber floor. He fell to
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me aecK. oi acauoiauig on wmcn
Mart! was working an would
have fallen .to the lock floor had
he not been held by Marti. K t t
The award to King was given
for his commendable action In
going far beyond the "call of do
ty" to render assistance to a dis distressed
tressed distressed seaman who was ever
come by fumas.ln the pumproon
of the tanker Tibia which was
discharging fuel in Balboa.
King succeeded in reachinir thp
seaman and keeping him from ad
ditiohal injury until the arrival
of the Fire Department Rescue
Wet, who has been a member
of the Fire Division for the
past year, received i recognition
JUNK YARD SATELLITE I
That good old American- in ;(
, genuity is not a thing of the
: past is proved by Walter Merker J
12. a Chicago schoolboy, and his
j homemade model of Explorer I,
I America's first satellite. The ex-;
haust was once a flower pot;
the nose cone was a soup ladle
from which the handle was cut
off; the casing was an electric
dryer vent, with i liberal sprinW ;
.kling al old stovepipes; aocLthsw
CrossbanJs over the radio uniU j
were cut from scrap aluminum
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steps of th Administration
for his prompt action during an
accident involving the fire engine
on which he was riding. v
He released an unconscious fire
fighter pinned under the over turd
ed truck and pried open the door.
of the cab to free the driver ami'
the officer-in-charge who were
trapped within.
one of the largest incentive a

ward checks to be given by:.thJ,!fSeL."Wunif'-,?

Canal Oreanization ,t date w,v
presented to Charles T. Jackson,
Jr., Administrative Officer in the
Marine Bureau. ...
Jackson received chock" for
$4e5 for a suggestion for the
redecking of the ferryboat Pre President
sident President Amador, a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation which saved the Canal or or-Sanitation
Sanitation or-Sanitation $47,953. v
The names of the other incentive
award winners and the amounts
received follow:' ' ;
Cecil F. "Haynes, clerk,: Store
house Branch $65
Jorge A. Alcazar, salvage unit,
Baiooa storehouse sao.
Peter N. Riley, administrative
assistant, (Balboa Port Captain's cf
lice,
iff
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Harold H. Fesney, chief of the
Contract and Inspection Divisoa:

Mrs. Elsie D., Naughton, Balboaihim

Hign benool teacner; Mrs.- ieano.
H. Mcllhenny, editorial assistant
Press, and Publications; and Ru
dolph L. Jemmott, clerk, in tie
isupply Division,- i,,
$20
Roland 'Carter,- Gorgai Hospit;!
Hi.ni'v K M.v .nrw.r-.nhonrion, .i
the btorehouse- Branch; and Mrt.
Claire V. Hughes, Budget and
Rates Divison, -,
Pauline L..Todd, Corozal Hospital
Phrjt A-. Ashby,, Maintenance Di
vison; Gertrude. M. Milloy, Store
house branch; Preston E. Minton,
Motor Transportation -v Division;
George Shoemaker. Storehouse
Branch; Eric S. Carew, Dredging
Divison; John -A. 'Midttaels; fial fial-boa
boa fial-boa Magistrate's Court; Rosemary
D. Reardon, Maintenance Division;
Charles T. Swearingen, Locks Di Divison;
vison; Divison; Thelma S. Rand, Gorgas
Hospital; Kenneth M. Jorgensen,
Meteorological and.. Hygrographis
Branch; Rudolph L. Jemmott, Sup Supply
ply Supply Division: Nita B. Hartman,
Contract and." Inspection Divison;
Gerald 0 Parker, Health Bureau
and C. W. Kilbey, Supply Divison.
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man, Bier-man, Traffic Engineer.
lln!d:nl;i;:d Subs
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-Lisbon May mup) Undi.
dentified submarines are roaming
the Atlantic in areas where ships
of the NATO navies patrol, a Brit,
ish Admiral4 said today.
Royal Navy Rear Adm. Sir Wil.
liam Davies said the submarines,
of unidentified nationality,; were
operating in waters covered by
NATO'a eastern and western A.
tlantic commands. 11
Davis said the submarines were
operating in "limited numbers."
He refused to say """"specifically
whether they were Russian.
Davis made the statement at a
news conference, aboard the BriU
is hcruiser Birmingham, which is
here on a training visit.

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Western Big i Three Propose Jo Send Envoys
To Moscow For Diplomatic Pre-Summit Talks

LONDON, May 17 (UP)

pre-summtt taiKs in Moscow next wees, diplomatic sources said today. i
.The Western Big Three envoys. will hand Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Groihyko iden identical
tical identical notes suggesting that they continue to search for "acceptable Summit terms through dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic negotiations. r , ,; ,
.! Moscow: preliminary talks Were interrupted two: weeks aeo when firnmvkn handM th

nesicrn amoassaors lengmy memoranaa on Kussia g latest summit terms,

The United States. Britain and
France, in consultation with their
. J-nai.iney are re
pared to open, .diplomatic talks
m Moscow to explore the chanc
es for. a summit that would pro
duce concrete results, the cources
said. i -:- ; s-
Russia's latest terms Were
Portugal's Polilkel ;
Oppojilion Vtrnid
Hot To Start fliols
LISBON. Portugal, May 17 (UP)
Strong man Antonio ? .Oliveira
6.....n'. 'if HA.iAiiniMAnt niwiMi.nJ
stem action today against oppo
sition supporters who wage pre
election violence in the streets.
Supporters of Gen. Humberto
Degado, opposition candidate in
the forthcoming presidential elec election,
tion, election, staged a riotious welcome for
in downtown Lisbon last
night which had to be dispersed
Dy police Daton charges.
.Today -civic- authorities said In
a statement that the object of the
opposition supporters appeared to
.ire me creation or an atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere of social agitation, disor disorder
der disorder and public unrest."
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mination to prevent all disturbanc
es of public order") and said that
any further demonstrations which
get out of hand "will be repress-
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brought from Moscow by Ameri
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son Thompson to Copenhagen some ten days
ago, during the NATO'-' -Council
meeting.
U.S. State Secretary John Fos
ter Dulles, British Foreign Sccre
lary, &eiwyn uoya and- drench
Foreign Minister Christian Pineau
consulted at once on the Soviet
move

Starkweather Loses Composure
As Confession js Read To Jury

LINCOLN.'-Web. May 17 (UP)-,
Mass killer Chaises Starkwealh
er's confession yesterday pictured
his 14-year-old girl friend as tha
probable knife-killer of a woman
lashed to a bed and his eageV,
loving accomplice, in mother mur.
ders. 1 -. ', ' ;
For the first time in the two--week
murder trial,- Starkweather,
19, lost his composure as he lis listened
tened listened to his own account of th
January -m u r d e r rampage in
which 10 of a series of 11 victims
died. 11 x ,t
The red-haired garbage hauler
hid his head between his hands
while his confession was read to
the jury which m decide if he
dies in .the electric chair, ;
The" portions of his' confession
read Friday brought to three the
murders which Starkweather
Increased Bond
Sales Reported
For Panama Area;
Final reports submitted by unit
bond representatives to Col. Percy
H. "Laming, chairman of the 1958
person-to-person Saving B 0 Ji d
canvass in the panama area, re reflected
flected reflected an increase of 12 per cent
in the number of military and ci civilian
vilian civilian members who have author authorized
ized authorized payroll deductions for pur purchase
chase purchase of U.S. Savings Bonds.
A total of 670 new- authoriza authorizations
tions authorizations was received by 70 canvas canvassers
sers canvassers after they had interviewed
each individual not currently pur purchasing
chasing purchasing bonds bvV the avroll
method. This brings the total num number
ber number of military and civilian per personnel
sonnel personnel now participating! to 2959.
While no unit achieved the 65
per cent goal set by the Depart Department
ment Department of the Army, the Ordnance
Section of USARCARIB came clos closest
est closest with 58 per cent of its civi civilian
lian civilian emoloyes now enrolled in the
program.
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he Is foolish enough to admire
them.

Russia the start of diplomatic

- It was agreed., that "the Soviet
Memorandum some 20 oasc
long did not offer any new start-
nog suggestions.
It called f 05 speedy agreement
on a summit agenda and cautious
ly consented to advance discus
sion of some of the substance of
some ot the outstanding prob
lems.
claims his skinny,' big i eyed
sweetheart,; Caril Fugate, either
committed or took $art in.
e indirecry tccused her pf
warning w aeatn LUiian r encl, a
maid in the home of wealthy
Lincoln .businessman C Lauer
wara,
Starkweather admitted
king Ward and his wife she by a
jiuue inrown into ner hack and
he with gunfire as the business,
man tried to. flee.
s Starkweather took the maid 'to
her bedroom,' his confession -said,
but "all I did was tie her feet
and hands at the bedpost.'
"Caril was upstairs with the
maid. She had my knife."
The maid was found 1: stabbed
to death. Starkweather has also
accused Caril of the murder of
Carol, King, 16, a pretty Benet,
Neb., r high school girl and 01
pumping bu'lets into the last mur.
der spree victim,. Merle Collison
of Great Falls, Mont.
Both Caril and Starkweather
are charged with the murder of
Miss King'a boy friend, Robert
Jensen. The killer's sweetheart is
being held in a mental hospital
pending a ruling on whether she
is old enough to stand trial for
her life. , v .
According to Starkweather's
confession,.. Caril -witnessed and
rejoiced in the 7 murder of her
mother, her- step father, and' her
baby haif-sister-the second,: third
and fourth. Starkweather victims.
Starkweather said Caril return,
ed to him after the .killings and
said 'this is what, we always
wanted.
"What' did she mean-'1 "Jtor'lr
weather's interrogator asked.
.'"Oh, we had talked about leav.
ing here and Caril said we would
if we had to bump them off."
Although Caril fled into a dep.
uty's arms when the couple was
trapped near Douglas, Wyo.,
Starkweather said she had never
tried to escape trom him earlier
during the murder rampage.
"She had a gun a l the time,"
Starkweather said in his confes.
sion.
Starkweather's show of emotion
came when the confession detail detailed
ed detailed how he threw a hunting knife
across a yom and into the throat
of Caril'g 2-ycar-old half-sister.
His confession was read into the
record in a defense attempt to
prove that Starkweather was in in-sane
sane in-sane during the killings.
. Shortly before the trial was
adjourned for the weekend, how.
ever, Starkwpather's- father fol.
lowed a family" pattern of insist
ing that "Charley'- was not de.
ranged.
"I don't think he used good
j u d g m e n t," the father, Guy
Starkweather, testified.

WASHINGTON lUPi w T h e

House Armed Services Committee
yesterday unanimously aoDroved a
defense reorganization bill which
promptly brought contratulations
from President Eisenhower. But
he also asked for two changes.
ine president, who was shown
a copy of the committee s bill in
advance, wrote Chairman Carl
Vinson (D-Ga.). that the measure
reflected constructive efforts to
correct the main difficulties which
have troub'ed our defense estab.
lishment m recent years."- 1
" I congratulate you and "Vour
committee colleagues for the
prcgress made, toward developing
a sound defense structure," the
President said. But he said that
two "quite important '.: changes
should be made in the legislation.
Msnshl!tov .Calls ;
SACFIl3hljf
'I!:n2te To Pcsco'
NEW YORK (UP)-Soviet Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Mikhail Aj vMenshikov
said last night fliights- of U. S.
nuclear-armed bombers tdward
the Soviet Union were a "menace
to neace.
Menshikov said the Strategic
Air Command's alert flights -.must
stop "because they might lead to
the most tragic consequences. 1
The Soviet ambassador spoke
at the 26th annual dinner of Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Delta Chi,; national prrJessioh prrJessioh-al
al prrJessioh-al ionmlism jfrsternlty. ,
Menshikov !' riteraed 'demands
hv S 0 v4.e t reinier Nikita S.
Khrushchev '' that the SAC's alert,
fliohts must stoo. Kh'ushchw
made his demands following mib mib-"cation
"cation mib-"cation of, a disoah rom SAC
tieadnuarters by Unif?d Press
ppp;i-int Vrnir W i-rthnlnmew.
who dosoribe' h "fail; safe' sys system
tem system of alert flights.---1 f
The "fail safe" rsystem.: a de described
scribed described by ;; Bartholomew, is a
plan ,by 4 w h t h bombers dis dispatched
patched dispatched to guard America's north northern
ern northern borders turn back at a pre pre-arranged
arranged pre-arranged spot unless ; specifically
ordered to continue. --r'-Ji-'?
Menshikov also: 'vi fyl'js
Said Russia is ready to agree
immediately to a ban on nuclear
weapons to ? insure 'general dis-
ar-nament.'? i .:: t:, !-:
J iid a summit conference
would improve international rela-
tiong. J T :
Called '.for scientific and cultural
exchanges between the U.S. and
Russia and .better trade relations.
Rartholomew. Tom Powell Jr,.
editor and publisher of the Ana-
mosa, Iowa, Journal and .KureKa,
and J. Montgomery Courtis, direc director'
tor' director' of the American Press Insti
tute, i were n lined fellows of
Sigma D e 1 1 a' Chi for "distin.
guished service to journalism." ;
Nasser Goes Home
After Successful
Soviet Union Visit
'MOSCOW, May 17 (UP)-Pres
ident Gamal Abdel Nasser left
for home yesterday at the end of
a long state visit. Egyptian source
es Said he had won complete So Soviet
viet Soviet suoport for plans, to expand
his United Arab Republic to in.
elude other Arab states.
The" 40-year.o)d Egyptian leader
boarded an airplane for Cairo aft.
er spending 18-days tourine the
Soviet Union and talking with So.
viet leaders. ' t 0
A inal communique signed"
iointly by himself ; and Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev was is.
sued Thursday night.' It pledged
closer cooperation between the
U.S.S.R. and the U.A.R.

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Although the committee de declined
clined declined to make them, the Presi.
dent expressed the ope that tha
language a the bill would ba
"suitably adiiistArl" An tha Unite

f.oor. .:-;
"By and large,", the President
said.-"the bill sppms t.o rfual n
itievly with every major problem'
1 presented to the congress."
-The committee met behind
closed doors lor three hours be.
fore Vinson announced it had
reached agreement on a substitu substitu-tute
tute substitu-tute for the legislation the Presi.
dent submitted to Congress las$
month. Vinson said the substitute
was approved by a roll-call vote
Of 32.0. y-f.-f 1
The President's bill was del
signed to streamline the military
establishment i by placing coaii
mand powers over unified air-seai
ground forces in the hands of the
defense secretary and the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
But the bill's critics complain,
ed that the language of the Pres. 1
ident'? measure was too broad;
Navy; witnesses- expressed fears
that some future defense secre-'
tary could use the broad authori.','
ty given him to abolish the Navy.:
air arm or the Marine Corps,
Geh Maxwe J D. Taylor, Army
chief of staff, also had reServa reServa-therefore
therefore reServa-therefore would result in greater
departmental and operational ef
ficiency." s ....-:-.-,
The other objection of the PresV
ident involved the provision to v
give. Congress the power to veto
by a simple resolution any nlan
of the defense secretary to trans.
ler, reassign, abolish or merge
cOmbat functions of the service.
J Under the President's oriBinal
bill, Congress could nu'lif y such
a plan of the defense secretary
only by passing a regular meas.
ure which could be subject to a
presidential, veto. v
Less Filiii Pigraf
Crag
Fcr Savcrcl Weeks
7 For the next few weeks, the ci
ribbean Forces Netweork's week-'
ly film.. Package from the Arme
t nrem Ksrtio. and n plpvisinn S
vice' will contain Only 40 hoi
of film, instead of the 50 or al
hours usually received.
Although CFN-TV uses onlyi a a-bout
bout a-bout 40 hours of film each tries
due to the number of live produc
tions from the studios, the cut to
40, hours in film delivery meant
that each, foot of film coming tt
the station must, be used. As 1
result, for a short .period the week weekly
ly weekly schedule may contain : mori
shtws of the same type, such al
Sports or juvenile programs.
. The production staff plays it
provide the best possible program programing
ing programing during this period ana expecti
to supplement the film shipment!
with more live shows. - ;
The cutback in film will occut
because headquarters for the arm armed
ed armed forces ; worldwide distribution
system is being moved to Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. When the- shift is complet
ed, it is expected that film distri distribution
bution distribution will return to its orieina!
level and CFN; again will have
the opportunity to present the
"best" 40 hours of film in its "65.
hour wecklyschedule.
Casals Calls Off
Trip To Venezuela
' SAN "JUAN, Puerto "Rico (UP)
-World.famcd cel'ist Pablo Cas.
als, 81, Thursday postponed tn.
definitely his planned trip to Ven Venezuela.
ezuela. Venezuela. He said the action wal
in protest against the "mob at'
tacks on Vice President Richard
.M. Nixon in Caracas.
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