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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1

Seybold Proposes

PanCanal Group
Insurance Survey

Appointment of a community-wide committee to study
the possibilities of group hospital and medical insurance
for employes of the Company. Government organization was
proposed yesterday afternoon by Cov. John S. Seybold at
the monthly shirtsleeve conference held at Balboa Heights.
At the same session the Covernor announced that the
Ancon Commissary annex will be closed early in April and
its operations transferred to the Balboa Commissary.
In connection with the matter! adjacent to building 37, near
of hospital and medical lnsur- i the traffic light.'
ance, the Governor told repre-1 Meanwhile, steps are being
sentatives of the Civic Councils : taken to provide further parking
that this was a question which space generally in the vicinity
had been much discussed, but1 of the Balboa annex operation.
tViot crt foy HtHo actual stnrtv A shirt

had gone into the application of termine the extent to which the!
a group plan to employes here. (Company might utilize the serv-j
He stressed the fact that par- ice of those employes whose po po-ticipation
ticipation po-ticipation in any plan of the sort j sit ions may be abolished as a re-
would be purely voluntary; any suit of the discontinuance of the j
group insurance plan, he said, Ancon Commissary annex. I
could be put over only by the j
emnloves themselves. f.Tne Governor also reported to
Th.wwmnr asked the Civic .nc council representatives that

Council representatives to nameie installation of a "walk-wait,"
two representatives, one from LFartlc nal near the Balboa

ich side of the istnmus to meet ; m,",l e
ith the committee he had ap-P'e ? by the end of March:

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FOR A SICUNU up

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with the committee he had ap

pointed.
The Governor's committee Is
headed bv F G. Dunsmoor, ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant to the
Governor President: Floyd H
Baldwin, auditor; and E. A. Dbo Dbo-lan.
lan. Dbo-lan. Personnel Director. L. M.
Brockman will serve as secreta secretary
ry secretary to the committee.
The Governor said that he
would also ask organi7ed labor
to select a representative to
serve as its member on this com committee.
mittee. committee. The work of the committee,
he emphasized, would be pure'
ly exploratory and would first
".determine VTiethet- employe'
Of .the Canal organization art

interested In such a plan. r.r Y""""1
Doolan added that this would trh"f"e"c;o-
. ur,ner matte

pe soieiy a mear.s ui kch-ihk
employes and an Insurance com company
pany company or companies together," as
federal agencies cannot present presently
ly presently sponsor such an insurance
plan.
Discontinuance of the Ancon
Commissad Annex and its con consolidation
solidation consolidation with Balboa commis commissary,
sary, commissary, Seybold told the confer conference,
ence, conference, will affect neither the reg regular
ular regular food line carried by the re re-tall
tall re-tall store nor Its hours of serv service.
ice. service. Before the consolidation of
the annex facilities with those
of Balboa next month, he said,
an additional parking smce, to
accommodate about 40 cars,
will be provided immediately

com

that

a sheltered bus stnn on the mi

side of Jadwin road at Gatun is
to be finished by March 15: and
that signs in Gatun were erect erected
ed erected last month giving directions
to Fort San Lorenzo.

In answer to a Pacific Civic
Council request for a condens condensed,
ed, condensed, tiaffic code handbook Sen Sen-bold
bold Sen-bold said that these had been
compiled and are now avail available
able available at. the Balboa and Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Police Stations, the License
Section and throuah the Vault
Clerk of the Administrative
Branch, at 10 cents an indivi individual
dual individual copy,
, A conv of the- Traffic Regu Regulations
lations Regulations Digest was distributed to

wie uoitncu reuresentat ve

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l.hlTING 1 HE ISEUS Democratic presidential aspirant Ad Ad-lai
lai Ad-lai Stevenson gets the news in his New York hotel room that
President Eisenhower is willing to run for a second term.
Stevenson Makes Issue
Of Eisenhower's Health

- mip?EAI?mIS' A","" MaiTh,Jhp offi f President is
(UP) Adlai E Stevenson in "designed to be filled by an exe exe-a
a exe-a campann speech for Hip Dpitio-! nitivo nnt k...j ...

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Once More
ast-West

Disarmament Plan

WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower is sendina Soviet Premier Nikolni Rnlnrmin n

"friendly" letter reported to call for a new try at Ea$t
West disarmament.
Officials said the letter also rejects for the second
time Bulganin's proposal for a 20-year American-Soviet
treaty of friendship.
The President's message is expected to be delivered
to the Kremlin within a day or two by U.S. Ambassador
Charles E. Bohlen.
A delay in delivery was caused by technical trans transmission
mission transmission difficulties between Washington and the U.S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Moscow.

cratic Presidential nomination last1 Stevenson said

night made the health of President! The condition of President Fi

....v. iuumai ia- aciiuuweis neann creates a new

"Z- n? compelling issue in this cam
- Steasn said lit vnndewlte-' ?S It1
that rpnnirpmpnt f Mr F.in.i 7'" t?t', Demoeratic-tai'mer'-la

"i, uor precinct wArkori

st "?re" J?"!Cy. .?! "e P"1:! The issue calls tor t "re-exa.

i ton iiuiijiiiei iiuii t'aii.s icif max n2ni .1.. . :

Other matter. rilSr,.rt i. "Dermanent the snorial a nan pp. I . A"1 e nature ?' the great-

take on or discharge passengers: i sZl.J AT' nson

iS'lTiS us wow, looiujM-,., a SMS ,M1IBP:

r v. ...nlltl Ul Procirtnf PiomI-,

ln HIS D,SI0N PrPSident EinhoweMaushe
answers reporter's question during his news conference in
Washington The President announced that he i" I llHh'i tb
SiSJSfT knKW Whether e Re'publlc'ans
win want him after they hear about the factors involved In
his decision.

Officials disclosed last night i
the heart of the Presidents reply:
to Bulganin's r'eb. 1 letter was:
said to stress the need for disar

mament progress especially ac-

tion on Mr. hisennower s
skies" proposal.

tht bttt wiy to criit confidant
it to st ttartid on tho "epon
kit" unrtitricttet atriit rocon rocon-noiiianco
noiiianco rocon-noiiianco plan.
He first DUt forward th nlan it

open: the Geneva summit conference

j last. year. Bulganin and other

jaoviei leaoers nave opposed the
The first test of the President's: plan on grounds it would "further
new plea will come later this 1 intensify the armament r a c

moth at a London meeting of Uie and increase tensions. V
t:.. l:,i.rl "M,irt :

Blood-Clot Drug Still Given

To Ike; It Prevents Clotting

cans this is being done; Cris-

roDfli-Marsarita renuest for

Govt. Closing In
On Die-Hard
Peronisla Rebels
BUENOS AIRES, March 3 (UP)
A national security board
spokesman said today government
Hjenls are closing in on the lead leaden
en leaden of the band of die-hard Peron Peron-ist
ist Peron-ist iaboteurs responsible for the
current wave of arsonism, railway
accidents,, explosions and indus industrial
trial industrial sabotage.
The spokesman said the arrest
of the leaders was expected in the
immediate future. He said the
band was relatively small.
An unconfirmed report said sa
boteurs caught in the ct would
be court-martialed on the spot and
shot immediately afterwards,
there and then.
The cynicism of the Peronist sa saboteurs
boteurs saboteurs was illustrated by n in incident
cident incident last night. They telephoned
the owner of a printing establish establishment
ment establishment that his plant was on fire.
He rusted down to the printshop
only to find everything in order
and went back to bed cursing
what he thought was a practical
joker. He had hardly gone back
to sleep when the plant went up
in flames.
At Cordoba, there was a dyna dynamite
mite dynamite explosion in a dispensary be belonging
longing belonging to the Church of St Ni Nicholas
cholas Nicholas of Bari. It was the tenth ex explosion
plosion explosion in Cordoba in recent
weeks." :
. Police .at Cordoba arrested 18
persons, in a bar for cheering Pe Pe-ron
ron Pe-ron and insulting the govenmient,
Father Marcos, S. Leclero; 58-year-old
Belgian parish priest at Valle
Hermoso, was arrested for distri distributing
buting distributing seditious leaflets.
Ferry Crossing
Closed Sunday
Thatcher Tfrrv eivrvitf will Y

suspended from 8 O'clock Sunday
nighti March Ji until 6 o'clock Mon Monday
day Monday morning March 12. it has been,
announced by the Marine Director.
Service is bein-; suspended dur during
ing during that period in order to permit
repairs lo the Tatcher Ferry slip
and ramps.

on each nf th Br. nci, . .. .. 1 u-... i ,,.

hide? n,hi.v, 1 uinuuim, march 3 (Ur) The!"" 1 "e ""ice oi f resident can

hetntr dnnf r 1 .u"u'," svci niiierii fi up a civn-j vunuucieu.

' nan Doard today to find out just1

ZLJ&j's z'zsMm Avalanches

be ievend advLhle'TrT "0t i Specifically, said War Minister
ouest for T ma. ?AV.,n Antony Head, the civilian board
ouest tor a magazine section at ,wmlM a. tn knnw whv.
the Service Center a self serv-, y'
Ice section will be Installed, with' Coal is whitewashed so it can

payment for magazines made to be seen in the dark.

A C'lot in a rnrnnn-i,

i "'w"ii.x fliiuiy cans

ie-.ea me

fi-.: ntion

rttsnonl siihrnminiuee.

Amtrican, Soviot, B r 1 1 i t K
F ranch and Canadian dologatat
will ranaw than thtir marathon

taarch for disarmamant sttpi.
I The President's letter to Bulgan Bulganin
in Bulganin will complete the second round
of their current correspondence,
which got underway wilh a let letter
ter letter from Bulganin Jan. 23.
Aff: .A M v. ficnnhniuar'c

Munrcf Reports

Ike May Veto

Johnson Bill

Howard E. Munro, legislative

i in a coronarv artery cam- aim in his new letter is to voice iepiesentauve for the canaf
coronary thrombosis" which1 his deep belief that a step-by-stepj Zone Central Labor Union and
senhower suffered Sept. 24.: disarmament program can be Metal Trades Council reported
ceDteri nraefi.. i : .... ..it;ii hutuiAan : today that ton administratinn'

the counter girl on duty; and a

iepou tnat a doctor did not ac accompany
company accompany an ambulance on an
emergency call in Balboa recent recentlythis
lythis recentlythis will be investigated
Asked as to the truth of a
rumor that one of the Panama
Lme ships would be taken off,
the Governor said that at the
prerent none of the Panama
Line ships has been declassi declassified
fied declassified from full passenger, serv service.
ice. service. He was also asked whether
there is a definite date

in? the Crlstohal Rprvioa Pntr

ann answered that none had as it would show

yet been fixed. t Head said

The soles of militarv hnnts are

polished as well as the tops,

ine uns tne
in are polished.

Head told the House of

Claim 78 Soldiers;

U.1 'Copiers Aid

ib'?t,in.!'l ..ilS-i" is "Pted Practice To Zei ZvM out ultimately between today that top administration

r n. ."T.,""n : !--"guinis immediately after an'Fast .anrf West

ni n M .S W-IV! but 1. authorities have noc Th. ..id th. Pra.id.nt b.li.va,

isician, told the United Press: "An- afrrH 1 "dvp nf"

Uicoagulant is no longer administer, for l7ns ;"p ;'dsP tCdary
ed daily, but as required to mair.-i s ancrw3'0-
jlain the desired length of coaitila- White said ih
jtion (cMting) time5; JlheTtl':

vr. raui Dimiev wni e. chie hacoH r8"

Fire Guts Factory.

officials sav President. Wisn

hower would veto the Johnston
liberalized retirement bill if lt
should pass Congress this year;
in Its present form. J
The White Hnn. U ViaoVin!

the Kaplan plan of lnrreaslnsi

consultant in the President s case.

: old a house subcommittee on Ftb

.15 that the President at that time

at rord Hospital in Detroit. Hi

"th s.tudy sil0ws

..."i. wic niuiiaiiiy is only onp-

5t.OUL, Korea, Marcd 3 (UP)
TKo "D.,ui in .... v

uns tne snoe Dousti comes. in tho to., u "' :wa takmf dmcrt v h ttk.u :.. ",l

IsnnwhAiinr) w..w t testimonv was mirlx mihlie Thn.') "u "ve jenrs

r- umu, ui(j luuav ior " i panenis wno continue to 'al n
Lorn- soldiers guardine thP c(.day. aniion.-.u-. "r 10 ulc

mons the grines of armv life will! '.,..,, fr,

be checked as will other "nurn-j Avalanches that followed
drum and "menial" practices like!ea'c wnrs.. hiior-rt n

- "iii.i-ui IU 111

"We are still aivin the PresiH- aler coron

. r .. umrmuosis man inn who A't

Kor.?nt ?uc)aguiant8 every day, 'tne white said he wm.M nV V'.

bedmaking.

crushed front

line billets, k ing' "because this anticoagulant helps'X rthTr..!r .SW,hour thre"tcned sprpad
liers, according to t" Pvent the blood from clot-lS, K inc,udin
. At least 5d nthors ting." lS..rr,!rl(.lll,t a"-ber deposit, because of

Head said the coal whitewashing, 78 Korean soldiers, according to ,0 Prevent

operauon was ine sun.ieci oi a official reports. At least 54 others

v....i ......cm. twere injured and 20 were missing
L" fa' ,the tcoal wasJ 3umped;Alt the victims were Republic of
in the middle of a very dark yardi Korea soldiers
and soldiers were always falling Fresh snow storms howled out
over it, so they whitewashed it so 0f Siberia late Friday, threatening

u,, u.c u.ir.,;even nigner tons in the worst ca ca-I
I ca-I tastrophe to Strike Korea since the
end of the war.

The eastern truce front, perched

. j diop sieep mountain ridges

mined under snow from 6 to 15

teet deep.
American helicopter pilots car-

nea me prunt oi the rescue oper

jfamed Boston specialist teVtil'ied, mend use of the drug, in
'"neean; thie antixnaonlont him ., 11 V'"'" '"

i ? ai&V.-,.$: 'i 1 &
I & A.-.'." :
!

Vest Pocket Revolt
In Brazil All Over
RIO DE JANEIRO, Marvh 3 -(UP)
Brasil's three-week old
"vest Docket" revolution was end.

Vas ed officially today.

ine ir Ministry announcea mat
rebel leaders Maj. Paulo Victor
and Capt. Jose Chaves Lameirao

naa tied to Bolivia. Mat. Haroldo

ailable to the President it ic n

ucasaiy io mane si'rc bv rp.-'i, rr

LQUjCa JUU ISailmUCl cm'uye annuity by combinlri
" "the Civil Service retl

An estimated $50,000 worth of i Social Security,
damage was caused last night by
a fire which gutted a furniture fac- Munro said that there are
tory located near the area called; many rumors of a compromit
Casino. bill and spokesmen for the ad-
The fire, which 'started around; ministration have admitted that
7:40 p.m. and lasted for about one: "technical work had been drvne

nour tnreatcnea to spread to aa- on a compromise plan" Munrei

a ium-;saia me main idea Is to give tha

choice of three

ber deoosit. because of a high erriDlove hi

wind. I plans:

tostt that iuA ui j V"' 1 ', firemen experienceo some on- i civil Service retirement T5V
ol f n n h.C b'0,1. I "'n Acuity in controlling the fire owing'Social Security 'and I I .com.

of internal bieeriSr; to. -th.e -dls anc.e frora lPe s.ce.ne atlS.natin f the two systems

Woman-Knifer Case
Goes To US Court

which hydrants were located.

to determine the rause nf the

fire. The building was insured, but
the equipment owned by Pretto
4 Co. was not, fire officials report reported
ed reported today,

auons. rmeen were made readv! veioso, head of the revolt, was
to battle the blizzard for the third captured by government forces
consecutive day to drop blankets, I yesterday,
food and other supplies to trapped! Air Brig. Alves Cabral, com-

by gale winds, the

mander of the forces operating
against the rebels, reported that

uuupa,
Rllffotart

helicopters must fly through nar-!the Jacare Acanga air strip, held
row vallnve ant mAnni; n...A.:ki, iv.. n.i;i .,iM...r u.j

- -.. i miu iiivuiuani pnanca : u j iiic i cucis uiuii jiaiciuaj, iiau
to reach to paralyzed front. The been restored to normal service
snowJs so soft the helicopters can- The sum total of the revolt:
not land and must hover while One civilian killed, four rebels
the injured are loaded aboard, taken prisoners, two fugitives.

The case of a Panamanian worn-!.
an charged with inflicting a knife iVprP mil MpiTlhprS
wound in the chest nf ,i,J c 1 c 1 u 1 1 "CI II UC I 3

woman was bound over for trial TU. l D -J C-.IIa.

lSter. I IIICUI lCU juiii

in the U. S. District rnurf v.clnr.

aay.
. Bail of $200 was set, and te
defendant, Inocencia A. de Pine-da,-33,
was transferred to the Gat Gatun
un Gatun ail for Women until her trial.
She is charged with "assault
with i deadly weapon on Grego Grego-ria
ria Grego-ria Vega. The incident allegedly
occurred in Paraiso.

Thus, if interested In retirement

Firemen today were still unable No. Ii Civil Service retirement

under which his wife and chil children
dren children would benefit under 4 pro provision
vision provision of the Johnston Bill' S- -2875.
A young couple wlth'sev.
eral children would choose" No.
2) the Social Security, because
of the protection to the family
in event of the husband's death.
A third emnlove rnnlH v.aic.-

combination of the two.
Munro stated that- If i kt.

iii- v w ttj mA.niiu-

itea that this would h verv-nif.

volted arainst thp "nft line nf flcult to administer unrt that -n

party boss Palmiro Togliatti to-j cost, conditions for retirement

aay wun a wreai to spin tne par-i ul ""eiii nave Deen wornea

tv in two oui.

The Italian Red Partv is the'

biggest Communist organization

outside the Iron Curtain.

ROME, March 3 (UP) Rank-

and-file Communists

LT. GEN. WILLIAM K. HARRISON, Commanding General, Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Command, awards an "Efficiency Ribbon" for general
excellence in ROTC activities to Cadet Cpl. Thomas, Wiggins at
a review held in his honor at Balboa Stadium this week. Capt.
William J. Lober, Jr., PMS&T Of the Canal Zone ROTC looks
on as the general pins the award on Cadet Cpl. Wiggins. In
the background is Cadet Sfc. Chris Hearon who also received
an Efficiency Ribbon from, the general. r

Case Bribe Hearings are Buckslipped
To Justice Department Midst Wrangle

WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP),
Cnnl. j... a ... .. .... I

ucnnic uivcsucaiuis wo una up
their inquiry into the "Case in incident"
cident" incident" today and said they will
ask the Justice Department to de decide
cide decide whether neriurv was invnlvor)

in nnai comiictinj, testimony.

A special Senate committee in- that the Hiekenlnoner nffor

Deen maae d;. John M. Weff,

vestigating a $2,500 "camoaien fon

tributior." to Sen. Francis ; Case
(R-S.D.) ended hearings on a sharp
note of conflict over whether an another
other another $2,500 had been offered for
Sen. Bourke llickenlooper (R (R-Ia.)
Ia.) (R-Ia.) Last minute testimony alto
brought out that Ralph W. Yar Yar-borough,
borough, Yar-borough, unsuccessful Texas gu gubernatorial
bernatorial gubernatorial candidatt, was giv given
en given $1,000 by an oil company at

torney to go around the state
and determine whathar ho ihsuld

run this year.
Robert K, Goodwin, Iowa bank
er and Republican national commit commit-tesman,
tesman, commit-tesman, insisted under questioning

had

oil lobbyist who ha arimittnit nf.

fering $2,500 -to Case.

uoodwm swore that Neff said
two calls on him in November to
inauire about HickenlonnerV clanrl

on the now-vetoed natural gas bill,

un tne first, ne said, Neff offered
$2,500 for Hickenlooper and on the
second proposed leaving a $1,000
"down payment." Goodwin said he
rejected both.
Neff ha3 insisted he paid only

one call on Goodwin and never
discussed campaign contributions.
His stand was supported today by
his. attorney, Ivan D. Evans, Bro Broken
ken Broken Bow, Neb., who submitted an
affidavit challenging the "truth"
of Goodwin's sworn testimony.
Affidavit rh&llonoinff fZnnrtuin'a

testimony also were submitted by

wiiii ai, uimu, ivaiis buii aiiu
Taw partner, and Paul J. Gerdes,
law partner of Neff.
Committee Counsel Charles W.
Steadman said at the close of the
hearings that the committee will
submit a report to the Senate by
March 10 or the Case incident.
He said it then will be up to the
Justice Department to carry on
frora there. ,.

The department already h a s
launched a grand jury investiga investigation
tion investigation of the offer to Case.
It was this effer which precipi-
tatod tht investigation by tho spe special
cial special committee, headed by Sen.
Walter F. George (D-Ca.). It el else
se else led t President Eisenhower's
veto of the controversial gat bill.
Another outgrowth was the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's creation 'of a blue-ribbon
"bipartisan" committee to conduct
a 'sweeping investigation of all
and government employes.

l-eaaers of tne Blue-ribbon com

mittee tentatively ironed out seri serious
ous serious differences ,yesterday which
had threatened to lie up the broad-

scale inquiry. Barring further

roadblocks, t is expected to
launch its investigation soon.

Famous Author Here

Visiting Adm. Miles
C. S. Forrester, author of the the-famous
famous the-famous Captain Hornblower sea
stories, arrived here todv shoard
the Johnson Line ship Canadi.
Forrester, whn i

friend of Adm. Milton E, Mile j

will spend all day visiting the ad ad-miral
miral ad-miral before resumine his trintn

;Europe. The ship arrived at Crisv

tobal today from California, but
four passengers among them the
well-known author boarded a
launch at Balboa to come ashore.

Bullfight Tickets

Still Available

Some tickets fortomorrow'n
bullfight were still available
today at the box off:ct ef La
Macarena bullring, it was an announced
nounced announced Jate today.
The bullring management
said the ticket, will be sold on
a "first-enme, first-served"
basis at the regular rates.

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loos Inr to kaaa tha letters limits ta ana aage lanath.
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This ncwieopcr atiumas no mpoiibilifY tar itstsmt nts at opinion!
aaprtued in lefts r (ram readers.

THE MAIL BOX

GORGAS POET
I read the Mail Box every night
Of items which the people write.
I've laughed at many, on some I've pondered.
Been mad at several, at others wondered.
At least until lately the subjects were varied
From housing on to advice to the married.
Of the liquor discount and who was to blame,
Of taxes and treaties and people of fame.
But now repetition is making me nervous,
All I read is of Oorgas, the doctors, the service.
Almost everyone seems to have written their view,
And so I guess I'll add my two cents too.
My views I'll give without deception,
The things I've found without exception.
The doctors, the nurses, the staff are all grand,
What more is expected I don't understand.
We all have our views and think ours is the best,
But couldn't we please just give Gorgas a rest?
There's many subjects we could cover,
So surely we can find another.
Now If at my verse with alarm you do peer,
I give you my word, you need have no fear.
Though it's very seldom I make with the rhyme,
The urge was to great to control just this time.
A Navy Wife

JBir:

WHO'S AN ALIEN?
Sir
This Is my first letter to the Mall Box, but If it's published
shal not be my last, as I shall make it be my business to point
out to biases and misinformed Individuals such as "Viva Love Love-lady"
lady" Love-lady" some of the facts of life.
Mr. or Mrs. "Viva Lovelady" is enttiled to an opinion, right
or wrong, and "Marquis of Queensberry" also has the same
privilege.
The fast that some of the Panamanians (aliens) get their
bread and butter through working for the U.S. Government,
does not deprive them of the right to complain. (No one com complains
plains complains louder than the U.S. citizens).
The very fact that a Panamanian Citizen is considered an
alien in the Canal Zone is an insult to any man's, intelligence.
Do you know that the land s leased and not sold? Do you
know that the so-called '"aliens" were born right here on the
Isthmus of Panama? Do you know that none of these "aliens"
come from the hills of Tennessee, the backwoods or villages of
Alabama or Mississippi, the Everglade swamps of Florida, or New
York City?
- You, Viva Lovelady, have been fortunate enough to have a
benevolent GovendmernV which brought you to my country and
gave you the privilege of calling the citizens "aliens."
How would you like to leave some rattlesnake and drought
stricken port of Texas to go to some mosquito infested part of
Louisiana and be called an "alien"? You wouldn't like that,
would you?
I note that you holler "radical" because a man chooses to
express an opinion not to your way of thinking. The next word
In your vocabulary Is "Communist," but it won't work here, for
the Republic of Panama has outlawed Communism, which is
more than the U.S.A. has d.one to date.
"' Regarding the 49 of 50 Panamanians who were convicted in
the Canal Zone Courts, have you ever taken into consideration
how many Panamanians there are to every American on the
Isthmus of Panama? Are we to understand that Alcatraz, Sing
Sing, Levenworth and a dozen other "Institutes of Correction"
are inhabited by Panamanians?
" Are we also to understand that former vice centers like
Phoenix City, a town rated by your own newspapers and maga magazines
zines magazines as comparable to Shanghai, is located somewhere in Pan Panama?
ama? Panama? Did the hundreds of prostitutes, con men, queers, dope
peddlers, all have Panamanian cedulas? Talking about glass
windows, you sure have a few of your own.
Here is an extract from the Saturday Evening Post of Dec.
it, 1955. Stewart Alsop writes on page 67 the following:
- "The Soviet worker works an average 48 hour week and
he gets a vacation with pay and free medical care. But in
every other way he is eqplolted in a manner to bring the blush
Of shame to the cheek of the most shameless nineteenth century
capitalist v
. w"The Soviet worker cannot strike. He cannot leave his fac factory
tory factory lor another job unless his work card Is countersigned by
Ms manager. He works on a speed-up piece-work system out outlawed
lawed outlawed by American unions decades ago.
"''Above all! he works for real wages so low that a huge
proportion of his total output can be ployed back by the state
into capital expansion.
Ji"For a rough analogy, suppose a big American industrialist
concern somehow' got away with cutting its workers' wages by
0 percent. The huge saving on the wage bill would mean Im Immensely
mensely Immensely increased profits, and the profits could then be plowed
back into expanding the capital assets of the company.

"""'The Soviets do the same thing on a national scale. By our
wicked capitalist standards, in short, the Soviet workers are
intthlessly exploited, in order to expand heavy industry and
;aifrh production and thus aggrandize the power of the Soviet
State.
r'"f'But the Soviet workers do not know they are being ruth ruth-jeisor
jeisor ruth-jeisor exploited. And because they do not know it, they do not
Jesent it. I am sure that this is true,"
gTpChange the word Soviet for the words "Local Rate," and
wlt& the exception of a "speed up piece-meal system" the entire
xtract applies to the Local Rater in the Canal Zone,
ptjn the last paragraph, the Soviet worker does not know he
Is being exploited, but we do. The Soviet worker does not re re-ents
ents re-ents it, but we do, and when we exnress nur nnininn ;n o

kranded as "radicals" or any other fittingly degrading title.
"-It Is fortunate that all Americans do not think in the same
teiA as yourself. As that would hardly fit your country for the
reltv of world leadership into which she has been thrust.
----In closing, I shall make it my business to show up people
Eke you, for the shallow-headed, narrow-minded bigots that
you are, as long as the Editor will give me the opportunity and
the use of his valuable space.

, -Bwarej 0f what and how
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Don't sit and wait
for "Lady Luck"
Go and meet her .
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Labor News
And
(Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
President Eisenhower could ap appoint
point appoint his Disarmament Minister
Harold Stassen. as temporary am
bassador to Minnesota if the White
House wants a report on the type
of labor action being prepared for
the fight against the Republican
Stassen, an ex-governor of Mm
Stassen, an ex-governor of Min
nesota, can get the details there
faster than he'll get disarmament.
He'll learn how a group of bright
labor leaders took the state from
the Republicans over the past dec decade
ade decade by working quietly and linking
themselves to the farmer who
may well be the balance of power
bloc next November.
For those of you who are inter interested
ested interested in who may be president in
1957, here's the story I haven't
seen reported anywhere:
It has always been the AFL's
technique to work quietly on the
political front. It will always be
so. The Federation rarely made
wild charges and seldom person personally
ally personally insulted even its most bitter
opponents. But it always knew just
who were its enemies on every
issue.
Its special Washington legisla legislative
tive legislative division call it its capitol lob lobbyhas
byhas lobbyhas rooms full of steel filing
cabinets. In them are the voting
records of every man and woman
who has sat in Congress e v e r
since 1900. Some of these files even
have the congressmen's voting rec records
ords records from back home, if they were
state legislators there.
There is almost a whole steel
cabinet on former Sen. McKellar
of Tennessee, a very important
man because he sat atop the gov government's
ernment's government's money boxes, the Senate
Appropriations Committee.
This technique was picked up
by the Minnesota Federation of La Labor
bor Labor back in the early 1940s. It was
in 1943 that the Minnesota labor
people set up a public relations
division. For money, they taxed
their people two cents per mem member
ber member per month.
Thev took on a public relations
director and set out to win over
the farmers. They told the farmers
that labor bought more beef, pork,
milk, cream, bread, butter, eggs
and bacon than businessmen did
simply because there were more
workers than businessmen. They
wrote this in good fast style ann
put ads in 400 rural minnesuia
newspapers.
Some four years later, the head
of the Minnesota Federation was
telephoned by the then president
of -the AFL, William Green. The
old man told the Minnesoian mu
they had to defeat Sen. Joseph
Ball and elect in his place the
mayor of Minneapolis, Hubert
Humphrey.
They did it. They put their pub public
lic public relations department to work
culling the Congressional Record
every single day of the publica publication
tion publication since 1942. That's like trying
to count a barrel full of tiny ball ballbearings.
bearings. ballbearings. They came up with 100
instances in which Sen. Ball could
be criticized or with which he may
have irritated labor, the farmer,
small businessmen and veterans.
The labor people then began
stream lining something they called
Facts for Farmers. They bought
a mailing list of 200,000 farm
names. These were arranged b
towns, counties, legislative and
congressional districts. When they
found that Sen. Ball had voted in a
way which might anger some par particular
ticular particular district they .mailed the
area a batch of the "Facts.
Each envelope was addressed to
a specific farmer. It appeared to
be a personal message from the
i.u -.ratinn The farmers got
to carrying them in their pockets
and when Ball got out to his home
state for campaign speeches, he
was bombarded with detailed ques questions
tions questions on actions he had Ion g for forgotten
gotten forgotten or could not excuse off-hand
without counter-documentation.
Ball lost. Humphrey beat him by
running better in some rural areas
than in the big cities where labor
was strong. Thus was launched a
Sure candidal for the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic nomination for president of the
U.S.
The technique was used in the
1950 campaign. They, eiecxea
score of fncnaiy lesiai"""-.-
sc?Ie,n, iiw helned its friends
winpart'ofthe State Legislature
It has no control over the State
Senate, But n" ouse
1 Seweven labor now
can prevent passage
.. .. iv.,. national political
leaders are examining, this teen
iioue Already the public relations
W-.f$ Publication approach
KsedT New Jey and
wlTothef
can make or pre.
ticket

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VP
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
Republican fight to pick its vice-
presidential candidate as President
Eisenhower's running mate now
develops into a race for GOP
leadership in 1960 or before, in
case the President has another,
more serious, heart attack.
What this amounts to is another
heat in the same old political
derby that the Republican party
has been running ever since the
days of Teddy Roosevelt. It is the
quadrennial handicap race between
the GOP liberals and the Old
Guard conservatives.
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
is of course th odds-on favorite as
of today, But because he is the
pace-setter all the other front
runners will try to trip him up.
At the moment Nixon is a little
bit difficult to classify as liberal
or conservative.
For the last three years Nixon
has supported President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower right down the line. That
makes him a liberal.
But Nixon's record in the House
and Senate marks him as a con conservative.
servative. conservative. And his backers in
California, who supported him with
the famous Nixon Fund in 1952,
are classified as wanting to repeal
the income tax, end all foreign aid
and take the United States out of
the United Nations.
Aside from Nixon, the top 10

Walter Winchell In

THE BROADWAY SHOW
Faces Out Front: The Duchess
of Windsor, whose memoirs (via
McCalls and the syndicates) may
bring her $1,000,000. .Alger Hiss
shopping in Brooks Bros. Madison
Avenue haberdashery. .Patti
Page purchasing pretties at Jay
Thorpe's for her trip to Tokyo,;
where she is No. 1 on the Nippon
Hit Parade. Xawrence ("Meet
the Press") Spivak deeply con
cerned about American legislators
neglecting air power to "save mon money"
ey" money" .The Robert Taylors mean
dering through the Central Park
Zoo on a Saturday afternoon. .
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen; whose
song lyrics "Your Whole Heart,"
will be married to a melody by
Fritz Kreisler. .Richard Burton,
who had to dye his hair blond for
the top role in "Alexander the
Grc t" . .Actress Signi Hasso
sneezing in Sardi's and getting
"Signir (which means "Bless
you") from comic Robert Q. Lew Lewis.
is. Lewis. .Johnnie Ray's constant com companion.
panion. companion. His young married sister
now on his staff.
Sallies in Our Alley: "Teevee
h s sure made an awful lot of over-

urr up your hearts

(A Lintsn feature of tht Pana
& L
ma-Amorican, prepared by the
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episcopal
Churches of Our Saviours-St. Mar Margaret.)
garet.) Margaret.) A MODERN PARABLE
Read Acta 17:22-31. ". .seelnft
he giveth to all life, and breath,
and all things: . .For in him wo
live, and move, and have our be being.
ing. being. AS A BOY I used to wonder why
a rotten apple placed in a barrel
of sound apples would make the
sound apples rotten, while a sound
apple placed in a barrel of rotten
apples would not make all the rot rot-apples
apples rot-apples sound.

I ALSO wondered 'why a man

n

Candidacy Race
By PETER EDS0N

possibilities can be pretty accu
rately divided as to liberals and
conservatives:
Liberals Chief Justice Earl War
ren, Calif.; Gov. Christian A.
Herter, Mass.; Ex-Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey, N. Y.; Ex-Gov. Harold E.
Stassen, Minn.; Milton Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, Pa.
Conservatives Sen. William F.
Knowland, Calif.; Sen. Everett M.
Dirksen, 111.; Sen. John W. Bricker
Ohio; Sen. Joseph R
McCarthy,!
Wis.; Herbert Hoover. Jr., Calif.
Some of these possibilities have
publicly disavowed any interest in
the race like Warren and Dewey.
A couple arc definitely in it
Knowland and Stassen, for
instance.
Herter is so far letting the office
seek the man, in the noble tradi tradition.
tion. tradition. Brioker had his chance as
Dewey's running mate in 1944 and
Warren ditto in 1948. Now ap approaching
proaching approaching 63 and 65, respectively,
they might be considered too old
in I960.
Undersecretary of State Herbert
Hoover, Jr., and Dr. Milton Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, the President's brother who
is now president of Pennsylvania
State University, have the best
names behind which a big publicity
spurt could be built. But neither
really wants the presidency or vice
presidency and either would have
night stars" . ."Yeah and prac practically
tically practically none that lasted-" . .The
top quip in Philadelphia: The very
social Mainliners are miffed be because
cause because their Grace is marrying a
commoner!
Times Square Circle: What's
with the Dean Achesons? She al allegedly
legedly allegedly told chums she was going
(alone) to study art in Paree for a
year. .Cleo Moore's big secret is
producer Huge Haas, who is un unwinding
winding unwinding from his frau. .Tune Pan
Alley says "Unchained Melody,"
the song nominee for an Academy
Award, is a close kin to "Oh,
Mein Papa" . .Then there's the
"Lysistrata" number from "The
Second Greatest Sex" movie which
is a ringer for "Lil Liza Jane". .
Mimi Benzell, restrained from bill billing
ing billing herself as a Met star, is a Ted
Mack Amateur Hour grad. .Mae
West detests blond men. Intimates
say she won't work with one. .
Renzo Cesana ("The Continental"!
won't have run-throughs of his TV
shows. "That would be," he logics,
"like rehearsing a kiss!" .Mov .Movies
ies .Movies are deader than ever at the
Paramount where one entire sec
tion was roped off and closed.
Harry James gets equal billing on-
.infected with smallpox when turn
Iaafa 'in a tfaihtainrT rtf ominH
cd loose in a gathering of sound
people, wouldby his mere pres presencemake
encemake presencemake many of the sound
people sick, while a sound man
walking through a hospital of sick
people would not by his mere
presence make the sick people
well. -
IN OTHER words, I wondered
why God, if He were a good God,
had made a universe in which
soundness and health seemed fu
tile, and rottenness and sickness
seemed contagious.
BUT ONE DAY I stopped won
dering and examined the so-called
sound apple, and found it was not
sound. It was lacerated, torn,
wounded to death. Oh, I know the
grocer would contradict me, he
would see no defect. He might e

to be drafted by a runaway con

vention
Dirkscn, McCarthy and many
others arc just the opposite.
They're willing, if only someone
would get enthusiastic about them.
The possibility of some dark
horse coming up is not to be dis discounted.
counted. discounted. One of the Republican
governors might emerge as an ac

ceptable compromise, if he can 'full-dress televised medical report
show any talent for uniting the two! on President Eisenhower's nealth.

rival factions.

Knight of CalUornia, Mratton pt;iaeni nas not oecn Bearing me
Illinois, Craig of Indiana. McKelclinj full load of the presidency, so how
of Maryland, Langlie of Washington can you now base a decision on
are prominently mentioned. that, on the last few weeks:""
Monev is going to talk. Western "During the last five weeks,"

oil millionaires and nudwestern
conservative contributors will vie
with what the Taft forces used to
call the "Chase Bank-Madison Ave.
hucksters." It wai this latter coa coalition
lition coalition that put over Wendell Willkie
in 1940. It backed Tom Dewey
against the Taft conservatives and
it backed Eisenhower.
Some evidence is beginning to
show that this eastern money will
soon start concentrating behind
Governor Herter. The favorite of
the western conservatives is
Knowland.
In the early winter book it looks
like a three-cornered race Nixon
is the third for vice president in
1956 and for president in 1960 or
sooner.
New Yont
the Capitol marquee with Don
na Reed and Lionel Hampton. He's
in the picture a hot 4 minutes. .
Joe DiMaggio and George Solo-
taire deserted the Arctic weather
for some fishing In Bimini. .Di
vorcee Dorothy McGuire is seeing
her doctor. Almost twenty-four
hours a day.
Broadway Hit: His name is Phil
"Apples" Kahl. .He's 32. .a few
years .'go he was just a fruit fruit-peddler's
peddler's fruit-peddler's assistant. .In the Mir
acle Fruit Store, Queens, LI. His
assignment was the Broadway sec
tor . .He lugged a large basket
of oranges, bananas, apples, etc.
all over the Brill Building. .Ped
dling his stuff to the music plug-1
gers who office there. .Today
Mr. Kahl is rated a gemu? . .In
13 months he built "the hottest"
music publishing firm with one
hit after the other. "Yellow Rose
of Texas," "C'est La Vie," "Why
Do Fools Fall in Love?" 'Grape 'Grape-vii
vii 'Grape-vii and 'Lullaby of Birdland.'
The latter has 117 recorded ver versions
sions versions to date. ,In short: "Apples"
Kahl jumped high. From "Lemon"
to "Banana."
Crosstown Bus: Report from
(Continued on Page 5)
ven sue me for slander if I per
I eiei Aft in r vtst nrlinw IKa mams Iknl
sisted in spreading the reDort that
he was selling apples, that were
not perfect. But if Je pressed me
for proof, I could prove it. I would
ask him to look beyond the apple
to the stem.
THERE, in the most vital part,
he would find the mortal wound
that I refer to. He would find that
the apple had been torn away
from its parent vine, it had been
, separated from its source of life.
WHEN discovered this. I
learned one of the truest facts of
life: that nothing, whether it be
fruit or vegetable or man, when
separated from its source of lite
is sound! Our Source of Life .is
God the Creator, and "prayer is
Ithe Christian s vital breath."

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"1

itie Washington
Merry-Go-Round
t DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON Ever since!
Ike's illness, the White
has been careful about bringing
disturbing news U- the President,!
fii.tiiT.r.r"' l uof. l0.a 31
first that the French walltpd nut
of the United Nations assembly or
about the full failure at Geneva
Gradually this ban has been re relaxed.
laxed. relaxed. However, there is still one type
of news which is usually kept away
from Eisenhower the wisecracks
of Harry Truman.
Ike has developed such a peeve
against Truman that any word of
Truman's speeches or criticism
seems to disturb his pulse more
than anything else. And, since the
dni-tnr. J't Tl i T, j
doctors dont want Ike's blood
pressure to en im Hmrv Tmman
can say anything at all and Ike
won't Know about it.
The presidential peeve probablv
explains why Ike has never invited
Truman around to the White House
as Truman did Herbert Hoover.
Though the two ex-Presidents dis disagree
agree disagree emphatically, they have
been quite friendly, and Hoover
even helped raise money for
the Truman library. Truman ap appointed
pointed appointed Hoover to study European
food problems after the war, and
also appointed him as co-chairman
of the Committee on Government

t7- uJ i- . 'stroke, the iirst thing he did, upon
Jr 17n,L-SledSOme llg,h,t T.tht bg able to get about in a wheel
start of Ikes peeve in the latest hnip .ac ivo npv amhaa.

installment of his book in which
he tells how he wrote Eisenhower
a letter in early 1952 saying: "Par "Partisan
tisan "Partisan politics should stop at the
boundaries of the United States.
I'm extremely sorry that you have
allowed a bunch of screwballs to
come between us."
Later, when President-elect Ei-
rAnknir rlitnc tl. 1171. It

h V pXmm t "!iinfi. H.s first Cabinet meeting was

to the capitol for the inauguration,
Ike did not get out of the car to
come in and greet the outgoing
President, as .s customary. Tru Truman
man Truman never forgot this and still
remarks on it.
Iko't "Activity"
The indefatigable Mae Craig,
correspondent of the Portland, Me.,
Express, who barges in where her
male colleagues fear to tread, put
her finger on the point which con
cerned a lot of people during the
. "Dr. White,' she said, "the Pres-
replied Dr. White, "I would like
to have Mr. Hagcrty speak of
that."
"Well, all I :an refer you to is
the schedule for the 'last five
weeks," replied Hagerty, "and if
they are not full working schedules
of the President, I don't know what
is, with the exception of dinners
and social events."
However, the unfortunate fact is
that like Sen. Lyndon Johnson,
Democrat, who has gone back to
Texas to rest his heart after the
gas debate, Mr. Eisenhower's
schedule has been nowhere near
as vigorous as it was before his
illness, and his prc-illness schedule
was somewhat lighter than Tru Truman's.
man's. Truman's. The lists of the callers are
on file in the White House, and
all you have to do is look at them
to see the difference.
So far, newsmen and political
critics have shied away from mak making
ing making any comparison. However, the
have been some mild but growing
complaints from the Diplomatic
Corps where 12 ambassadors were
kept waiting for weeks without a
chance to present their credentials,
and still have -lot had that oppor opportunity.
tunity. opportunity. The 12 were finally given a
White House luncheon on Feb. 8
to quiet the diplomatic rumblings,
but some of the envoys are still in
doubt as to whether they are prop properly
erly properly accredited to the United
States.
Dinner Is Served
ACROSS
1 Breaded
cutlet
5 Prime ribs
of
After
dinner
12 Italian river
13 Opposed
14 French island
15 Location
17 Obtain
18 Tries
IS Grinds the -teeth
21 Thailand
3 Insects
4 Crude fellows
5 Night-flying
mammal
6 Puzzle
7 Famous
English school
8 Last
8 Bad dream
JO Toward the x
1 1 Favorites
1 a Whisoers

20 Chinese family30 Solar disk 48 Song for one
22 Supplied with 31 Soaks flax 50 Fasten
weapons 33 More dreadful 51 Measure of

54 Pedestal part
2S Plot ef ground 25 Chemical
24 Underworld
suffixes
god
27 Small drink
29 Persian poet
32 Garland
14 Inborn
38 Death
37 Feel sorry
38 Eskera
38 Depicted
41 Abstract being
48 Prettiest
48 Dinner course
53 Table scrap
54 Kind of lace
1 58 Turkish title
1 57 Century plant
1 58 Unbleached
; 58 Weekday (ab.;
.68 Be
unsuccessful
61 Observes
DOWN
1 Extensive
2 Lake
whiteflsh

Wilson Rtctivtd Envoys

Their doubt results from the fac
that under Article II, section 3 of
tne UMistitutioa, it is stated tha'
the President "shall receive am.
bassadors and other public minis ministers."
ters." ministers." Hitherto, this was considered
mandatory, and no envoy was duly
accredited to the United States un until
til until he had actually and physically
placed his credentials in the hand
of the President. This practice is is-not
not is-not only part of the Constitution,
but is according to long-standing
international custom that an am ambassador
bassador ambassador represents the king or
! ril vaiuum Ul a lldUUIl ana, Mere-
fore has access to the kins or
c ""-l--:'!' 10 tne Mig or
president of a nation and. there-
Last fall, however, new ambas
sadors were asked to deposit their
credentials with the State Depart Department.
ment. Department. This they did, figuring that
after Ike's recovery they would
have an opportunity to call on
him.
However, as time passed, the
ambassadors read that the Presi President
dent President was able to hunt at Gettys Gettysburg,
burg, Gettysburg, be photographed with his
new tractor, ride in a pony car carriage,
riage, carriage, and play bridge in Key
West. So some of them looked up
the precedents. They found that
when Woodrow Wilson suffered a
chair, was receive new ambassa
dors.
Three envoys who arrived dur during
ing during Wilson's illness had been given
"provisional .ccognition" by the
State Department, but were given
a chance to present their creden credentials
tials credentials to the still-ailing President in
December 1919, long before he
I was able to hold a Cabinet meet-
held in April, 1920.
Russian Ambassador Gets In I
When the unrecognized ambas ambassadors
sadors ambassadors recently inquired of the
State Department regarding the
date they would be able to present
their credentials, they were told
that their formal accreditation was
complete and that they would not
see the President at all.
Some of these envoys are from
the Middle East where Khrushchev
and Bulganin have made a lot of
hay lately.
Recently, when the Russian am ambassador
bassador ambassador asked for and got imme immediately
diately immediately an interview with President
Eisenhower to present a letter
from Bulganin, the State Depart Department
ment Department decided to do something about
the still-waiting envoys. Even such
important neighbors as Argentina
and Chile had not been able to
have their ambassadors see the
President at all.
So finally tin ambassadors .were
given a formal luncheon at the
White House. Those who attended
were: Ambassador Victor A, Khou Khou-ri
ri Khou-ri of Lebanon; Ambassador Ourot
R. Souvannavong of Laos; Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Mohammed Ali of Pakistan:
Ambassador Hugues Lc Gallais of
Luxembourg; Ambassador Thor
Thors of Iceland; Ambassador Car Carlos
los Carlos Romulo of the Philippines;
Ambassador Francisco Urrutia Urrutia-Holguin
Holguin Urrutia-Holguin of Colombia; Ambassador
U Win of Burma; Ambassador
Adolfo A. Vicchi of Argentina; Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Mauclair Zephinin of
Haiti; Ambassador Ali Amini of
tran.
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Hurricane Winds Rake British Isles

LONDON1, March 3 (UP) Hurri Hurricane
cane Hurricane force winds raked the British

' t Isle yesterday, battering ships, up-

luuiiiig ticca auu uvcituiuuij bu-

The winds, which howled at 75

i miles an hour, ripped the 31,000-

ton tanker Volvula from its moor-

lines, me vessel rouea lour mues

down the River Tvne and smashed!

everything in its path before it ran
aground. No one was injured.
A British Navy frigate, t h e
Llandaff, still under construction,
broke loose shortly afterward and;
followed in the Volvula's path. But'
tugs got the Llandaff in tow be-'

fore it could do any damage. Sev Several
eral Several smaller ships also broke fret
and lunged about the river uncon uncontrolled.
trolled. uncontrolled. The 400-ron British coastal lyest lyest-sel
sel lyest-sel Greenhaven was swept aground
off the Irish coast of Donegal and

its 10 crewmen abandoned ship. and
clung to the rocky island of Roaa Roaa-inshin
inshin Roaa-inshin for hours before they were
rescued by helicopter. s
In northern England, the winds
toppled trees across roads and
knocked down power lines and
overturned two furniture vans and
several automobiles.

LOOKING OVER THE BOOKS presented to the Colon MumcTpal Library-ntcmbers of CARE and the U. S. Information
Agency who were instrumental in making the presentation to the Joint Bookshelf. The books donated are a collection of
"What America is Reading." Second from the left is Robert C. Weise, Jr., U. S. Consul in Colon. Mrs. Mary Lowrie of CARE
stands at extreme left.

THOMAS WILLIAMS JR. looks pleased to receive his Lions
Award from Sgt Thomas J. Williams and the congratulations
of Capt. William F. Millard, the more so since Sgt. Williams
is his father. Occasion was the annual Cub Scout banquet at
the Corozal NCO Club, which saw outgoing Cubmaster Millard
turn over the leadership of Fort Clayton's Cub Pack 17 to
Williams. (U.S. Army Photo)

Upon Ike-Doctor's Advice, Increase
In Heart Disease Monies Approved

iiki'l tut I f j

WASHINGTON, Ma'ch 3 (UP)-

The House Appropriations C o in-

mntee took tne auvice of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's doctor today and
voted more money Mian the Pres President
ident President requested for heart disease

research

health, arthritis and metabolic
diseases, neurology and blindntn.
In boosting mental health funds,
the committee said prospects are
better now than "at any time in
the history of mankind" for halt halting
ing halting the "alarming rise" in hospi

talization of the mentally ill now

ol

It acted in approvng two hills

providing 8.3 billion dollars to ru j costing more than 1.1 billion

several urn teuciai aKcmra iu u. his a year in lax nn ars

now fiscal year 1957 starting July Otherwise, the committee cut the

1, including health, civil defense, administration's money requests

JULIO marzo 3 clises
THE HIGHEST AWARDS in cub scouting were bestowed up upon
on upon Jackie Dalrymple, and Perry Gann of Fort Kobbe's Pack
No. 16, at the "Blue and Gold" Banquet, held at the C.P.O.
Club in Rodman Monday night. The boys' parents were award awarded
ed awarded the Lion Badge with silver arrows which they- in turn pre presented
sented presented to their sons. The achievements of a cub scout are
done in the home with the help and understanding of the
boys' parents- From left to right are Cub Master Eugene E.
Crowdin, Lion cub Jack Dalrymple, to the rear of Jack is his
mother Mrs. Ann Dalrymple, Lion cub Perry Gann, and be behind
hind behind Perry are his parents Sfc. and Mrs. Noel F. Gann.
(U.S Army photo)

Scout News

ior an dui i ot tne 24 agencie
involved. It chopped out money fo

the National Security Training
Commission entirely, saying the

gency is no longer needed.
But the Veterans Administratio.i

?ot a 1.2 million dollar increase

In a last-minute addition, the com-

mittee also added $435,000 for the
VA to start building chaDels at

Veterans' hospitals.

Sen. Harley Kilgore Buried
With Full Military Honors

Kefauver Splits With Party Leaders
Over Making Issue Of Ike's Health

labor and veterans activities.

The total was 154 million dollars
more than Mr. Eisenhower re

quested, due largely to a" SO.)

million dollars hike in tne U'i:
Service Commission's retirement
and disability fund. This more
than offset committee cuts else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. Biggest items in the bills were

4.7 billion dollars tor the veter veterans
ans veterans Administration, 1.9 billion
dollars for the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare,
380 million dollars for the Labor
Department, 86.1 million dollars
for Civil Defense, 211.3 million
dollars for the General Services
Administration and 74.4 million
dollars for the National Adviso Advisory
ry Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Thp. committee voted 25.1 mil-

ion dollars for the National Heart

Institute. 3 million dollars more

than Mr. Eisenhower's budget re

quest and 6.4 million dollars more

I than this year s sum.

I The committee said it boosted
the amount because of testimony
r. ... i Anntnrc thai in-

iicnsificd f research likely will brinathe Democrats to face the Presid-

.,l.,an in nmtrnl nf heart m u,c '""B"' eiecuun.

I nuuu uvii n 1 1 v-w ...
disease brought on by arterio arterio-!
! arterio-! sclerosis and in control of high
I blood pressure.''

WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. Harley M. Kilgore, veteran I

West Virginia Democrat, was
buried with full military honors
yesterday in Arlington National Ce Cemetery.
metery. Cemetery. More than 200 persons, includ including
ing including members of the family, sen senators,
ators, senators, House members and past
and present government officials
attended last rites for Kilgore at
the Fort Myer, Va., chapel.
A driving rain squall kept some
of the mourners from graveside
ceremonies. Kilgore's widow stood
in the rain, tears streaming down

Her face, as she accepted the U.S
flag that had draped his bier.

She touched the coffin briefly
and was led away weeping by her

two children as the body lowered
into the ground. The sun came out
as the ceremony ended with n riile

volley from the military honor
guard and llle Dlavme ni "Ta.-w"

by a lone bugler.
Kilgore's grave is near that of
President William Howard T;t't.
The 63-year-old senator, whn HinH

of a brain hemorrhage Tuesday,
was a World War I combat veter veteran.
an. veteran. Ten of Kilgore's Senate col

leagues, including Sen. Matthew
M. Neely (D-W.Va.) and all six
West Virginia House members,
were members of the official fu funeral
neral funeral party. Former Defense sp.

r-'tary Luis A. Johnson, a native
jof West Virginia, also attended.

Migore, tne first man to win
three successive Senate terms in
West Virginia's turbulest polities,
died at the Bethesria Naval utorii

cal Center Tuesday. He had enter-

ea me nospitai Feb. 13 for treat treatment
ment treatment of high blood pressure. Ha

sutiered what was called a "nuki"
stroke last Saturday.
His body was taken WednpsHnv

lo Beckley, W. Va., where Kilgore

oegan practicing law 40 years ago.
It lay in state there until noon
yesterday and was returned here
for burial.

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relationship as of March 1, 1956.

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WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP)-I
Sen. Estes Kefauver, Democratic
presidential candidate, split with
other party- leaders today over
their plan to make President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's health a major issue
in the election campaign.
Kefauver, now on a six-day tour
of New Hampshire, said he will
not make an issue of Mr. Eisen-

uuwer s pnysicai condition or
lack of health" if he is chosen by

One of the "eminent doctor:,
was Dr. Vaul Dudley White, Mr.
Eisenhower's heart specialist who
has presided over the President's
care since his Sept. 24 heart attack.

Ft. Clayton Cubt
Hold Yearly Banquet

Cub Pack 17 of fort

' tions of the work of Millard asi

White told the

'relatively small

committee the
increase" aak-

. n : i' 'li.nnnl urn tinwl IM

Scoutmaster during the past year. cd W inc 1

Clayton! .The first, was a letter of appre-! f P n -;r

held its annual Cub Scout banquet ciation initiated ny tne lommu eciM y. -- :
recently at the Corozal NCO Club .of Cub Pack 17 and indorsed by of 29.9 million dol l116"
All r hs of the nack. alongTPeca. The second was a Ccrtifi- mittee did not go quite tnai nifen.

cate oi Appreciation irom coyi
Scout Council 801 of Balboa. ;
The meeting closed as the as

sembled scouts sang

'Scouting We Go.

crs of their families,

with

attend
The limner was followed by pre presentation
sentation presentation of awards and installa

tion of a new Cubmaster, Sgt-.
Thomas J. Williams.
Three new boys were inducted
into the pack, and a fourth trans transferred
ferred transferred into the group from the
States.
Col. Peter S. Peca, command commanding
ing commanding officer, Fort Clayton, was
present, and spoke in commenda commendation
tion commendation of outgoing Cubmaster, Capt.
William- F. Millard, and the par parents
ents parents of the scouts for their interest
and participation in scouting acti activity.
vity. activity. i
The presentation of awards saw
two cubs, Thomas Williams, son
of the new Cubmaster, and Billy
McClung, attain the final step of
cub scouting preparatory to enter entering
ing entering the Boy Scouts. The two re received
ceived received Lions awards.
Williams read two commenda-

ln addition to the htart fund,
thm committee voted mora than

Choral Communion

To Sfarf Oil

Al SI. Peter's

Scheduled as the principal serv service
ice service at St. Peter's church, La Bo Boca,
ca, Boca, tomorrow is a choral commu communion
nion communion at 7 a.m.j with the Rev, John
SDear as celebrant and preacher:

At this celebration, the Woman s
A"xiliarv will commune in a do-

dv.

Always active,, in affairs of the

pansn, ine Auxiliary is presently
planning for -a bazaar to be heid
on Easter Monday night in aid of
the church.
Lenten devotions continue at St.
. Teter's' with fairly 'large attend attendances
ances attendances at the services. The lay
readers take turn in : conducting

evening prayers Monday through

Thursday, while stations of the

cross are held on Friday nights
by Father Spear.
After Matins at 10 o'clock to

morrow morning, church school

pupils will assemble in their class classes
es classes for Instructions.

together, the President asked for researen
on cancer, mental health, dental

Children, Cardinals Pay Tribute
To Pope Pius XII On 80th Birthday

VATICAN CITY, March 3 (UP)jon the children and then received
Children and Cardinals represent-1 17 members of the Sacred College
ine 4V4 million Catholics, paid 1 of Cardinals, including five from

touching tribute to Pope Pius XIII foreign countries here for his
on his 80th birthday yesterday, i birthday.

They found him m excellent I
spirits and apparently good health After the Cardinals, he held an
for a man who was reearded as! audience for a group of lay and

His statement put him at odds
with just about every other Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leader from former Pres President
ident President Truman to Kefauver's fellow
presidential aspirants, Adlai E.
Stevenson and Gov. Averell Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man of New York.
They served notice that the is

sue of "a part-time President

would loom big in the party's

campaign despite liOP Chairman

Leonard W. Hall's contention that
it would "boomerang" and cost

the Democrats votes.

Kefauver said that although he

would not inject the health issue

sure;

said there was no trace of the
hoarseness that bothered the Pon Pontiff
tiff Pontiff yesterday.
The Pope began his 8T5t year
with prayer for the peace to which
he had dedicated his pontificate.
That was shortly after midnight,
just before he retired.

into the camnaicn he frit

the voters will think about it.

fiepublicans appeared confident

mat Mr. Eisenhower was a sure
winner no matter what issues were
raised. They acted as though the
President's election already was
assured and that their chief worry

now is to recapture control of

Congress.
Several segments of the GOP
also turned their attention to the

question of the vice presidents

nominee.
Although Hall predicted Vice
President Richard M. Nixon once
again would be Mr. Eisenhower's
running mate, a number of prom prominent
inent prominent GOP figures were mentioned
as possibilities if Nixon is replac replaced.
ed. replaced. They included, among others,
Massachusetts Gov. Christian A
Herter; Rep. Charles A. Halleck

(K-lnd.), Treasury Secretary
George M. Humphrey and former
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New
York.
Meantime, Stevenson and Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver stepped up their battle for
the Democratic presidential nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. Kefauver traveled through New
Hampshire on a hand-shaking tour
reminiscent of his 1952 campaign
which captured that state's first-in-the-nation
primary.

Stevenson embarked on a five five-day
day five-day stumping tour through Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota where he and Kefauver will

nave tneir tirst nead-on ciasti in

the March 20 presidential prima
ry.

WATSON
STERLING

near death 15 months ago

Today also was the 17th anniv anniversary
ersary anniversary of his election as Pope.
He felt well enough to make two
appearances at his studio window
high above St. Peter's Square to
bless a crowd of 30,000 shouting
"Viva II Papa," long live the Pope.
The children, 224 of them from
24 nations,' wished him happy
birthday in a score of native
tongues and presented him with a
huge white-frosted cake : covered
with 80 candles. j
"Are there really 80 candles"
the Pope asked smilingly.
"Si, si," (yes, yes) softly re replied
plied replied the Italian children who
made up the bulk of the group.
The pleased Pontiff received
small individual gifts from some
of the children, such as a white
dove in a metal cage from Italian
kindergarteners.
He did not make a formal
speech to the group but chat chatted
ted chatted with children individually and

permitted them to kiss hit ring.

ecclesiastic writers, scientists and

artists who presented htm with a
rich volume of parchments contain containing
ing containing 33 articles paying tribute to
his life and 17-year reign.
At noon he appeared at his studio
window for the crowd in St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's Square and then returned
for another at 1 p.m. when the
crowed continued to stand in the
square.
The Rev. Roberto Russo, who
organized the children's tribute,

Y Lecture Series
To Spot 'Orchids'

The Balboa YMCA-USO will per per-sent
sent per-sent the third lecture in the series
"More About Panama" on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The subject will
be "Orchids of Panama."
. Harrv A. Dunn, an authority on

Ronald Charles Kimball, 9, was orchids, will display a number of

Mis! slides snowing local, examples ot

the American representative.'

father is a Trans-World Airlines

executive in Cairo, Egypt, and a
native of New York City. Ronald
forgot his rehearsed lines but re recovered
covered recovered himself to say;

"l bring you tne congratulations

the orchid family.

Lectures on subsequent Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays will cover such subjects as
jungle survival, history of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal, San Bias Indians,
trnnir-al fruits and vppptnhlps and

of the people of the United States old civilizations of Panama. Ex Ex-for
for Ex-for a happy birthday and may youlperts in each of these fieldl will be

blow out many more candles."

I he pope ended the 27-minutc
session by bestowing his blessing

the speakers.

These lectures are free and the
public is invited to attend.

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THE PANAMA A.tTERICAN .- AN rNDF.PE.VDENT DAILI KEWSPAPER
SATlTtnAT. MAKCH 1 19Sf
Kentucky U. Campus Gang
Enrols To Major In Crime
IXESy AND THE PIRATES
toSH's&yj? True Life Adventures
saa off
A PAIR OP gATTUN3 PUMAS..

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1.EX1NT0N. Ky.. March 3
(LP) The University of Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky nnouneed today it had broken
up a campus gang of students who

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By OSWALD JAC0BY
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opening bio. of two no no-truiiip
truiiip no-truiiip -aows. ualamed distribution.
itnpper in all tour stats, and a
io..ul of 22 to itt points. Tlie
'TV sounder shuulil work towards a
iio'iic contract with anything more
n..n l points. In tod;i's hiiud.
Wiili ti points, :orth properly rai.ses
Himruialciy to three no-trump.
.it opens the jiick of hearts,
.m Suutn'.s first stop is to count
his tncks. He ua.s eight tricks m
Jbju card.-.. ll doe.sii'l take long to
wcide that the r!ub sre the main
fiopi lor the ii:inu.
It's vtrj templing lo win (he
firsi. trick with the ace of hearts,
vasn the. ace and queen of clubs,
avl then w to dummy with the
kiui, l mvtis in order to lead;
t c rsi'ig of clubs. As the cards
lie. however, tlw jack of clubs;
would nut drop and the suit could:
J!0 he established in time. i
- .'he correct line of play is- to,
v ..i the first trick with the acei
of hearts, cash the ace of clubs.

then overtake the queen of i
is uiih rlmnniv's kin1.1. When'

the nine of chihs drops, it is very
er.iy to lead the ten of clubs and;
"give up a triekio the iaek. Dum Dummy
my Dummy regains the lead with the king,
of hearts in order to cash the restj
of the clubs.
This line of play succeeds, as
we have seen, if the nine of clubs
drops. It will also work if the jack
of clubs drops doubleton or if the
t'Mbs arc 3 3. In either of these
C3ses South will make only four
club tricks where normal play
would produce five tricks, but his
p;nv makes sure, of the contract at
the' exuense of an unimportant
owrtrick.
"' one of the opponents happens
to have four clubs headed by the
iack-nine, the recommended line of

plav will probably cause boutn to
go 'down two tricks. In this case,
however. South was never going
to make his contract. It doesn't
hurt to 30 down one extra trick,
undoubted, in order to make the
best plnv for a game contract.

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enrolled ''to learn how to become
big-time gangsters."
Bombings, burglaries nd nar
colics sales were attributed to the
gang.
University officials said federal
agents, one of whom posed as a
student and lived with one of the
suspects, took part in the inves investigation
tigation investigation Four students were arrested.
two on burglary charges and two
on charges of possession of bar barbiturates,
biturates, barbiturates, a federal offense.

I Two other youths, not enrolled
jin the university, were charged
with loitering because they had
j been living in university dormito dormitories
ries dormitories without the school's consent.
; They also were reported to be

, members of the gans.
University President H. I... Dono Dono-!van
!van Dono-!van issued a report saying that
! since their enrollment last Sep September
tember September the students had been
j connected with several explosions
!of home made bombs in dormito dormito-1
1 dormito-1 ries, 31 thefts from campus vend vending
ing vending machines: storehouse burgla burglaries
ries burglaries in downtown Lexington and
'the sale and distribution of mari
juana.
Six other students still are un un-,der
,der un-,der investigation, Donovan't re
port said.
The report said the students en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the school with the spec specific
ific specific purpose of carrying out orga organized
nized organized crime and that they had
i boasted to the undercover federal
' agent that "we came here to learn

how to become, big ume gang
sters.''
Donovan's reonrt. said that ill

; investigating explosions of home home-!
! home-! made bombs in dormitory wash-

! rooms on Jan. 10 and Jan. 16.

i "university authorities and police
were unable l-j find any direct evi evidence
dence evidence as to 'i placed the bombs
but the nai.M of few sstudents
continued to -"r in the course
of the inveti: ,-tinn."

"On Jmi 2(1." Donovan aid. "A
student living in a dormitory with
one of the suspects reported nar narcotics
cotics narcotics being used and sold on the

campus.
"On .Ian. 2.3, another home-made
bomb started a fire which burned
Fra.ee llo'I and again the names
of these students came up m the
course of the investigation ."
Donovan's report said that at
Ihis point federal narcotics a
genls were called in.
The undercover agent enrolled
in the school and became a room room-leatc
leatc room-leatc of one of the suspects.
Din-in? the next few weeks, he
associated with the gang and ob obtained
tained obtained evidence on a series of bur burglaries
glaries burglaries in Lexington and l.ouisvil'e
and the furnishing of narcotics to
the suspects.

i Fireworks, Flares

Save Our Orchards
I WENATCHKE. Wash. (UP) -.Orchard
owners are shooting fire fireworks
works fireworks and sky-rocketing Dares
. these cold winter days and nights
in central Washington.
1 The orchardists find the left-over
; fireworks from Independence Day,
plus more than thev buy. are good
! ammunition for one of the area's
longest problems deer which
are driven down from the hills by
. iieavv snow lo eat fri'd trees and
croiis in the valleys. The deer are I
frightened away by the noise.

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S.lTURDir, MARCH S, 195S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE FIV1

Church of Christ
r. H. M:iion tngelll
Telephone 2-J2
IA1J0A: Uaol. Balboa Mi
Serticee Sunday 10.SO m- 11:00 a ra.
7-uu o m.
CJUSiOBAL: American Lion HIL
Services Sunday 10 (HI t in. 1100 a.m
RKJ ABA JO: Hous No. J02 latA St
Sundav 4 30 JB
Uniiarian
rut
LMI AB1A.N
lu.au ajn.
Bldf. 362
Ancon Blvd A
tdamey Plat
Ancon
four invitation
to liberal
religion.
baptist
tou,Ll BAPTIST CHLBCH
311 biuja Rf
Braver baiuoa
Pnone i.liu
Earl Paaerev.su. Pastor
Pdone 2-liUI
Sana? School
Aionui.g Vtursnip
'irims Lnion
iveumii Vvorsiup
Vraic- Aleeimg
tcn Wednesday ...
Br-otntiboou 4ui
Mcviiay ee" "ionln
Spamsu riiu.e Scnool
laui satuiday
45 a m
11 w a in
&SU p m
J .M o.in.
1:30 pm
7.00 cm
10 .00 a.m.
riKS BAPTISl CHtKCH
BalUoa Heights. C i
t2? Ancon Boultvard
?rt B" Baitioa Hemhta
Phone ttai&oa Iffl
William H. Beeby, P"''
tiunda j at'uuci fll) m
Mornm Worship l m
Baulim lraming Onion .... -3j om
Jtvangelisuc servtc 1 3U o m
pravet Uetin Wedn Wedn-day
day Wedn-day ) i o m
VMS Siblt Study XJiur XJiur-.
. XJiur-. dayi M
Vlen Brotherhood U'
Monday tr month i .. P
HRST BAPTIST ttU KCH
Margaiiia Avenue at 5th Sueel
Maigarita. Canal Zone
Bev J M Haulbrook. Pastor
Sunday' School
Mornmg Worship
Baptist rrainhiK Union..:... 6 JU p.m.
Evening Worship .. 7.4s pm.
Brotherhood, Tuesdav. .. n.
Praver Services. Wednesdays i .00 pm.
W M.U. 1st A 3rd Friday"
G.A R.A., A Sunbeams,
Fridays S SO p m
Salvation Army
(Nop-il.oininational Evanielistic
Meetings)
THt P ACIt It BIDli
KANAiviA cm
Senir Captain and Mrs. M McUonali)
li iebrniry Stree;, Phone 28-20054
11 M0 itu'mess Meeting
li .0" Sunday School.
7:30 baWauon Meeting
LA BfC C Z
Lieutenant Pany tamplirll
Buiidln.s HIW). Phone,
11 :0-l'... 'nea.-' fpi.ng.
3:00 f-ubday School.
7:30 S:vanop Seeing.
PARAiSU. C.Z.
Kai'oy i: Mrs. C. L. Moteley
Guiana E.seet
11:00 H il'iiess Meeting.
S 00 .Si i.day School.
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
THK ATLANTIC SIDE
I'.OLON CKKTRAL
Senior t ;ipt. and Mrs C. Moonsawn1
14th Sti-su.' Phone: 38-743.
11:00 Hunnesa Meeting.
3:00 Sui.'day School.
7:30 fcivation Meeting
COLOiN '1H1RL. STREET
Major t iln. Bingham
11 :00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 bnsda School;
7:30 Saivaticn Meeting
rainb:. ctty c.z.
Knvay .1. Gill.
St. Ki.t and Jamaica Street.
11:00 lioness Meeting.
8 0 Si nejay 15011001.
7 :30 Solvation Meeting.
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate wllh
unity In essentials, liberty In ooa ooa-fwciiltaly
fwciiltaly ooa-fwciiltaly and rhnr'tv In ll ihlnii
THE ATLANTIC BIDE
CATUN
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pastor
Phon 5-355
9:45 Church School.
11 :M Worship Service.
5:45 p.m. Sr. Vouth Followshlp
00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship
MARGARITA
Th Rev. faui H W OIndr. Pstor
Ptixne i-UJa
3( Bible School
10:45 Worship service and Chuxeh-limi
nuriery.
fJO You I'ellowshlB
rui PACitic siui
BALBOA
(' rftt Oscar Olsen Pastoi
. Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St ..
Phone E-148l-Church Oific i-3236.
1 39 Church Sdiooi t re bu service
Parsonage Discussion Croup.
ItUd Worship Servic The Ixsandea
Session fnr Nursery. Kindetsarten
Primary nd Junior Depl
v t-hurch-time Nursery (or ch.'ldrr
under 3.
1:00 Junior-High Ceiiowshlp.
:00 Poat-High- Fellbwship.
7:00 Sumor-High fellowship
CAMBOA
Ur. WilKn M Alderton. Minister.
Offtc pbon -470Residenc Pbnn
f-l30,
t .tO a m. Church School
10:40 a m Mornlne Wnrnhlp Servlp
Methodist
rtit. mkihvuisi. tnmtb
iBntch Cnnfrne.
. Rev. William H Armstrong
- lit SU Panama city
t.W t in Murniiif Pravei ari Scrnyin
1:00 pm Sunday School i
7!l nm (veiuiie Pmvi a0 smiori
IKIMTY MfcTHOUIBi CHLKtH
7tk StMd and Meletino 4 eru
i Coln RP
Rev., Sarnuei ttildeij. Mmlater
B:lu .m. Mnrnln Srvltevn Hoi)
Communioo
Ism Sunday School
7:15 Ml Evening Swir.
tHoly Communion 1st Sunaava)
Monday l'3(l om Pravai Meeting
,r,Br.r.Kh IH HiHHSI iHl ett.'H
. Ralnbaw City. C2
-. Rev Samuel viajden. Minimal
Sui.oay nei vuas a m yuu a i- am
undav School for all atr at $ 3t o m
"Tr tuyitallo To Wnashla
tuday t .., Pryi VeaUng

TI-IMIAM CHURCH NOTICE

Church of tke many faith hi Hi Cinel Z, and the terminal
catta a Panama aad Celan, Repuklic a Paneaaa, itaad wIca
t all time H fi want) l th araW aka, a1 ra ciriltaa,
tatfkkart, rriaaaH end rrenfere.
A public MrrKt, Hie Tka Panama Aatarkaa lit (, kf
dminetniis. aatica el bear at stank ip aebet fa."1' adivitiei.
Kilting ar ratated tram data ta tiaia. Daaamiaatiaa baviaf
aaly ana twa cagrtgtion r listed undet "Otkai Church A1
JVrvtc." A aaacial listing a includad ti somces a Army aaatt.
Ait frtti kefM and Naval atatiafM.
Mhacitera, ckuica secretaries ond chaplain ere ak t Httersa
th new desk in writing ky Wednesday hh at th Latest at any
change tar th earning Saturday church paga.

Christian Scientist
CHK1S11A.M 9llt.NI.lt CHLKLHKS
first Cbuich ol Cbxitl. Scientist. Ancoi
M0 Ancon Boultvard
Sunday 1 1 IK), Wednesday :0d am
Sunday School S.JO a m
drat ciiurtnm chriM, aciemui, Cristobal
I3tb Street A Bouvai Hnrav
Snrrt Srrtoo) tf'Sti am
Sunday 11 00 a m. Wadnesday 8 00 pm
Catholic
ST MARY'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Mass: 7.00. 8:00. 10.00 and
Hnlv'Dav Maaies: 5:5. 8 00. 11:55 .m
Confessions: Saturday. S:30 to 5.00
and 7 00 to 8:00 p m. Thursday, before
first Friday: 7.00 to 8 00 p.m.
Miraculous Meoai noveiia. i .w k
on Mondays.
Catechism class: aner ui e.w
i onHfgh Miool Study Club 6:J0 p.m. on
Wednesday.
ftC'RKD HEABT Ancoa
Sunday Masses: 5:55, 7.30 4 30 a m
Holy Day masses: 5:55 am anJ 5 00
" confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8.00 pm. Thursday before fust
Kridav 7 00 p m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7 00 p m on
i Fridays. ...
Catechism t-iass: j.io to t.w vi
Thursday.
OIR LADY OF FAT IMA Curundn
Sunday Mass at 8 00 a m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: tV.OO to 45 p m on Sat-
""caYechism Clasa: Saturday 8 30 to 10
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6 00 pm
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessinns: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
' Catechism' Cla's: Sunday 1:00 to 4:00
p.m .
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pm
on Friday.
Convert tn-sirucuona; iutsuj i wu
p m.
ST. VINCKSrS-Penama City
Sundav Masses: i 00 and 8 30 a m
Holv Day Masses: 8 30 and 5 00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses aie
(S.OO ond 8:30 ami
Confessions: Saturday 3.00 to 5:00 and
7 00 to 8 00 p ni Thursdays before Fust
Friday 7.30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and sta stations
tions stations of the Cross: Friday 7 00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8 30 mass on
Sunday
Convert Class: b:3U p m. luesuay
! Thursday
! ST. THERESA'S Cocoll
, Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Holy Day Mass. 6:00 a.m. lit it uui
on Saturday-. :30 a m.)
Catechism Class: 3 SO to 5:00 o m on
Mondav,
Confession; g.:0g ll:3 .m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OE LA SAI.LI
Paro.ue Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days. Mass:. 6.30 Mon Thurs
t--. c.t Plrct Fririav mass: 6 00 a m
Holv Day Masses: 6 00 a m to 6:00
I P Confessions: 3 30 to 4 30 nd 1 00 to
18 (10 p.m. on Saturday v
I Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 7:00
1 P "i .. ...
Catechism Class: .1 .t" pm or r,,i,,u.s
Convert Class: Mondav 7 30 om
ST rilURKSK'S la Boca
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am
Holv Dav Mass: 5 "10 p m
Confessions: Saturday 6 30 to 7 30 pm
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p m.
Catechism Class: 315 pm on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7 00 P m. or
Convert Claw: 45:30 p m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDF
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 3.45. 8 00 and 9:15 a m
Holv Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m.
and 5:45 pm. j
Confess ons: Saturday 4:uo to a.uu ui
7:00 to 8:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novenar Wednesday
8 15 and 7:00 pm. ... ....
Sacred Heart wovena. rriuay i.iu u'"-
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
revert Class: 7:15 pm on Mendays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: sunaay iu:ia a.m. m
145 am. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
a v;ai r.vnfisilinn of Most Bless.
c,..Qnni all flav. Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning-
First Saturday uevonnns to our uaoy
of Fatima The Holy Rosary -5:00 a m
-:.-l rnn,-niini.n tnstr:ii.tions for chi
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6 00 to
7-00 p.m.
MIRACn.Ot'S MEDr-CrM6bal
Sundav Masses: 7:00. 8 00 and 10:30a.m
Holy Day Masses: fi.OO. 8:00 a.m. and
5:1.1 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7 00 to 8:00 p m. After Rnsary each eve eve-nin
nin eve-nin ...... ...
Miraculous meaai novena: j:ia anu
7:00 p m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHl'RCH Margtrlta
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 9:30 a m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 .m. nd 5:15
p.m.
Confess ons: 4:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 o
I 00 pjn. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal ivovena: 7:00 pm
on Monday.
Church History Uroup every Tuesday
at 7:30 pm
Teen-Aag Club: 7:30 pm. on U'ednet.
day.
Catechism Clesa: 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7 :00 p.m.
Inquiry-Discussion Group every Fri Friday
day Friday 7:30 P.m.
ST VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Massess: 6:30 am and 1:00
am.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 6:00
put.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m. en Sunday
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:66
p.m.
Miraculou Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
j Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p m, on
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Gatila
Sunday Mass: ;1f a m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 pm.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 p m. dp Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. .
Catechism Clasa: 4:00 p.m. on Monday.
OCR LADY OP GOOD COLNSEJ.
Gamboa
Sunday Messes: 7;00 and g:30 m
Holy Day Masses: 6.00 ni. and J;l
p.m'
Confession Saturday at 7:00 p.m and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novana: 7 00 om
on Ti esdav.
Sacred Weart Nouans-, 7-mt -u
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sundav
Religious Instruction Clasa (or Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
RellVimil fllGlFlloHnn -J.. 14-
ducted in Sran shl: 7nn m H hm
. .vw vii nun.
iday.
Convrt Instructioas by pDOinlmui.

Episcopal

The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden, S T D
Bishop
The Very Rev. M Richard MacDonald
Dao
ANLUN. Cut
THr. CATHEDRAL OF ST. LIKE
SUNDAYS
1 3fl a m holy Communion.
8 30 a in Santa Comuiuniun I4lh Sun
day).
9 15 r... Church School.
9 45 s m Fscuela Dominical.
1 1 00 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion t First Sun Sunday
day Sunday I.
7:00 pm tveiiir.g Praver and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
8 30 an,. Holy Communion.
7 :00 p ra Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6 00 am Holy Communion.
8 30 a rn Holy Communion.
DAILY
8 15 am. Morning Prayei
12.00 Mi .-day Missionary Praver
CHURCH PF OCR SAVIOLR
Third Street, New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson, pastor
SUNDA j
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 9:30 in
Mom i.g Prayer
arid Sermon 11 00 .m
trirst Sunday. Holv Communion)
Vesper Service and
Youtn Fellowship 600pm
WEDNSSDAYS
Holy Communion 130am
Choir Rehearsal 7 :30 p m
A House of Prayer for ail people.
COCOLJ
Chinch ( bt Andrew
The Rei. William VY. Baldwin, Priest
in Charge
SLNDAYS
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and Church School,
3:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 ajn
IHC first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer 7:30 p.m.
W'eekdav Prave: 8:00 am
COKOZAl
C'hipel of the Good Shepherd
lii Rev. Clarence V. Hayes
8.00 i.Di Every Friday. Morning fray
er.
(H.C 1st mda?
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Chuich
The Rev. John Spear. Puest ui Chaige
SU.NDAVS
Mohm 9 Prayer, 1st and 3rd
Sundays 10.30 am
Holy 'Jomniunion and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10 30 a ni
Sunday School 3 (10 p m
Youth fellowship 5 (10 p in
Evening Prayer 7.00 pm
MONDAYS
Gills' Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 pm
THURSDAYS
Holy c o,mi:nion 9 00 a m
U Oman s Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays .. .' 7:30 p.m
LA BOCA
St. Peler's Church
The Rev John Spear, Priest tn Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon. 7,00 ajn.
Morning Prayer and Church School
10 00 a m. ..:
Children' Eucharist 3rd Sundays 10
am
Holy Baptism 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7 -31 em.
MONPAv.. THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Ci.mmunion 7 00 a m.
Eveni'ip Prayer 7 00 n.m
except Saturdays. Compline 7:.'10 p.m
1st TUESDAYS A 3rd MONDAYS
W omar Auxiliary .... 1 30 p m
MARGARITA
i hurrh of iSt. .Margaret
Con,, m Espave Ave. Biazos Blvd.
The fti v Milton A. Cookson Pastor
SUNDrti'S
H 30 i ,-, Church School
9 30 a Jo Mornine Prayer and Sermon
, Isi Si,- days. Holy Communion i
4 30 n ,n. Confirmation Instructions
rnui (
Chapel of The Holy Comforter
Ven L. B. Shirley. Priest in Charee
Every Tuesdav 8:30 am. Holy Coin-
rRAiso
St. Alhan's Church
Hi Rev. David A Osborne.
Priest in Charge
SUNDAV' SUNDAV'-8.00
8.00 SUNDAV'-8.00 a. in. Choral Eucharist Jt Sermon
12:00 neon Infant Baptism
3 0ft n :n. Church School
(heid In Building 131 1
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 'i tn. Evmnie and Address
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7 .30 o in. Woman s Auxiliary and Alia-
Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St. Paul's Church
The tin Lemuel B. Shirley. Rector
The Rov Fit R Atnell Deacon
SUNDAY,
fi 00 am. Holy Communion
9'00 a.:.n Sung Eucharist V Sermon
10:45 am Morning Prayer and Churcn
School
12:00 nocT Holy Baptism
7:00 .n Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
8:30 am Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
:KI n Holy Communion
7:00 u.ni. Evening Praver
rhURS' AYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m Holv Communion
j HOLY DiYS
00 a m Holy Communion.
CHHIS1 CHURCH HV-THE-SIA
Eplsropal
Cofbn, R de.P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Th Ven Mainert J. Peterson, Rector
The Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector
SUNDAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion
9:00 in Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a m Church School Session
7 30 o m Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon WEDNESDAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
1:30 dm Adult Confirmation Class
THURSDAYS
S:00 om Pi aver Guild.
FRIDAYS
10 ajn Children's Eucharist,
SATURDAYS
1U:U0 a m Junior Confirmation Clasa.
7 JO pm. Cnmnlinr ond Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a m. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Chtiah of St. Mary, the Vlrgla
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest in Charge
SUNDAKS
Sung Eucharist 7:30 .m.
Churih School :45 m.
Eveiis-.i.i and Sermon .... 7:30 om om-WEDNFSDA
WEDNFSDA om-WEDNFSDA YS
Evens' and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 ain.
OATUN
Si George' Church
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
' Priest In Charge :
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy ( tmmunion '. . f JO g.ta
ind ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Mor.iirg P-ayr
..and Semen 9:30 a m
Church School each Sun 1(1:30 am,
RIO ABAJO
sit Chrntoher, Chorrk
IP 8) Panui leffw :
Th Bev Clarence W Hayea,
. Priest in Charge
Hut nminiirnnt 4-311
Sunday School 16:30 a.m!
Baptisms 5 to p.m tnp S 4tb ttun
ty
iveriini Praver. Bible Smdv pja
im and 3rd Sunday
Woman Auxihgrv Una Itp Sundae
O0 pm. i
Holy Cnmntxinion Aednesoava. t tm

Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Ancon. C 2.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Bo. o. Ar.con, C.Z. Balboa itvt
Sunday Scnool 9:5 a.m
Mommg Worship 10:30 am
Youth Service 6 4.) n m
Evening Service 7 :ro p.m
N.F.M.S. Service 7.00 pm
Praser Meeting. Wed .. 7 30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R P 23rd Street East
Rev S. N. Bronn. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship 9.30 am.
Sunday School 3 00 pm
Sunday Masses 7. 7.45 li;4i
it nti tip.. Sunaa dcuuui
l:tt0 am

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Tnursdays at 7 30 p m. and
Sundav s el 4 00 pm W ir2 Memorial
8H6 Ball".. Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JKSIS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SALNTS (Mormont
Sunday meetings in tne JWB-LSO, La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 8 30 am. Meeting; Sunday School,
9:25 a.m.; Sacrament Meeting, 10:30 a m
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schcolhouse Road.
Gatun, Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatun 364 or 0-'t6bal 2897
Sunday benool 10.00 a.m. Sunday sac sac-etner.t
etner.t sac-etner.t Meeting 6:30 pm Pneshood
Meeting 6:30 p.m Wednesday Prinarv
G:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet
ing as announced.
CCHLM.UJ PROIESl Anl
CHURCH
Rev Paul Holloway, Pa;tor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School 9 45
Morning Worship 11 am.
Youth Meeting 6 pm
Evening Wor'ship '. 7 pm
OLD CArHOI.lt CIILItCH
St Raphael fbe Archancel
l.llb St West No )
Holy Eucharist: Sunday :30 am
Tuesdays. Wedresdavs and Thursday
t:30 a m
Sacrament ol unction iHewtnr aer aer-ylrei
ylrei aer-ylrei First Sundav of eacb month at
730 om
Meant Hallbet Chrlstlae Chnrek
Panama R P
Rl Rev T ,,'iie O D (tumor,
officiating
iVtornlng devotto a ...
Feilowrhip 'VorshiO at
Sunday School at
Oivme Service
( uo a m
11:00 a m.
3 00 O Rt.
1:30 pjn
BARA'I CBNTER
BAHAl'S CF.NTFR
54 First Street
Urbanizacion El Carmen. Panama City
tnlurmai Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 8:00 ta.
Colon. 81 h Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar!
Study Classes Thursdays. ( 30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
fispalaba .St., Paraiso, C
Rev Waldaha H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday 11(10 a ni Worship Service
3:00 p m, Sunday School-
7 IT, pm Uuspel Service
Monday 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship
Thursday 8 00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday. 7 30 Women's Missionary So-
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colun
Rev. G. W. Grandison. Pastor
Sunday Schol' 9:30 a m
Morning Worship J0:3Q a
Night Servic 7;;3ff p
m
m
FIRST CHURCH OF HOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Stl.
Rainbow City, Canal one
Rev. C. W. Grandison. Pastor
Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10 30 am.
Night Service 7 JO pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs Maude Hines, Pastor
Sunday School 10 00 am.
Mnrning Worship 11 00 am
Night Service 1 30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor "V and Mariana Arosemena Sts
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday School 9.30 a m
Morning Worship 10 30 am
Night Service 7 30 p m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajs
Monte Osruro Rd. I6th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnsoa, Pastor
Sundav Schoo 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service i :ju p m
CHURCH OK THE FOURSQl'ARB
GOSPEL
(Full Gospell
BALBOA
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Ttoari at La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V. Thomp
on, Pastors
Sunday School
Morning Worship ..
Youth Service
Evangelistic Service
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a m.
. ... 6:30 p.m.
.... 7:16 p.m
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches t Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G Whyte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynesi. anc
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves I
Sunday and weekdays aervicea at all
churches.
Posts and Bases
TACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School 10,00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building io.
12i ., :00
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class 6:30
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building no
711) 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Evening Worship :30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship ,. 9:15 It 10:45
Youth Fellowship 8:30
Eeveninii Worship 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :J0
Morning Worship 11 :00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month I
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion ttpiscopaii,,. r.v
Morning Worship 1:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month I
. ': CaUwlic '1
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass :30
Sunday Masses .. 8:30 k 8:00
Confessions. Saturday ,.,6:30 It 7:30
Sunday 8:30 It 1:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 9:00
Confessions. Saturday ...7:30 It 8:00
Sunday Mass 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mas 8
Sunday Mass ,,7:00 It 9
Stnnmsh . a
COROZAL "'
jjaity mas ....... .......
No. 7111 ....;...!.,.. ..7:00 U 8:
Confessions, Saturday (Building
:JW(
30
2

Mixed Reactions
Greel Trade Plea
By Commerce Aide
WASHINGTON. March 2 (UPi (UPi-iCommerce
iCommerce (UPi-iCommerce SecreUTy Sinclair
iWreks was greeted with Repubit Repubit-jcrtn
jcrtn Repubit-jcrtn opposition and Democratic
! praise today when he appealed fur
jenaetmeDt of President Eisenhuw
jer's foreign trade legislation.
! Weeks urged the House Ways ?

"leans Committee to apprnv- I
S. membership in a proposed or organization
ganization organization for trade cooperatini
tOTC) lo administer the gcn'-.u
agreement on tariffs and trade
, UiATTi. j
I He said "OTC would enable A j
. merican industry and trade o
rive additional and increased lien-1
i ef its" from reciprocal tarrif con
jcessions already negotiated. Hi
isaid it also would speed actio'i in
j removing import quotas and olh
er such barriers against U. S
products.
"You mean we'd be penalized
faster." said Kep. Richard M
Simpson (R Pa.V
But Rep. Wilbur Mills (D-V.-k
old Weeks he had made a "mm-
forceful argument for OTC md
ad "completely and fully usl.
i! from a business standpoint
Ukvc fDicktnc
If vour hostess has cooked a
! delicious meal for your enjoy enjoy-jment
jment enjoy-jment it isn't polite to talk about
all the calories in each dish she
! serves you. Even if you are on a
diet, keep quiet about it when
you are a guest.
A guest who counts calories
out loud is a pain in the neik
to a hostess who has worked
hard on a "company'' meal.
M.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
Saluiday Mass
Sunday Masses 4"'
Spanish
(J S NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mas
Sunday Mass
CO
7 00
II 4.',
7 00
4 (ill
9 ;:o
Jew ish
FORT KOBBE
1 .Saturday
i AI BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturaay .
USO-JWB i Balboa i
2 00 1
3 ti"
7:30
rnday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
.Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
FORT Gt'LICK
Sunday School
Morning W oiship
Youtn Fellowship Sunday
9 45
1 1 .00
7:30
9 4
11.00
6 00
US. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School 9 30
Morning Worship 1 1 00
Holv Communion First Su-iday
of Month I
Catholic
Dailv Mass 7.30
Sunday Mass 9:30
ConlesMons, Sunday 8 45
FORT GUMCK
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
7 :00
7 45
8.45
6 00 ii 7:00
OS. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
i Daily Mass
7 00
9:00
Sunday Mass
i
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
I
7.30
Jewish
FORT GL'LICK
Tuesday
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all Churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School. 130 a m Divine Serv
Ice. 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 o m
SUNDAY; Bible Lecture. 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Studv and Prayer
Service. 7:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama. i Balbo
District Pastor W.H. Waller
(Tel. 28 8-58431
Cabe Verde, Av J F. de I Ossa, No.
77. Panama No. 2, Jamaica Society Hall
"S" St. No. 3. Chornllo, 26th St, No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
4th St. Rio Abajo. 11th St. No 27.
Balboa Chapel, 0844 Gavilar Rd Balboa
(Saturday only I,
Spanish Churches Panama at Crlstbbai
District Pastor Ruben Ruiz
Panama. Calle Darien No 3 CristAbai
16Uj St A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frljolea
Olstriet ?astor A. A Grizzle
(Tel. 6 1021
Gamboa, Praitt Parkway Frljolea.
Atlantic Side--Colon It Cristobal
District Pastor V G. Newman
(Tel. 38 826-L'
Coldiif 3rd. St A Central Ava Crista
Ml, 16th St It Bolivar Ava.
Jewish
Jewls Welfara Board Bid 792-X La
Boca Rea l, Balbo, C2. Rsbbi Nathan
VVitkin. Director.
Srvic Friday. ISO p.ni. Saturday,
S:30 pm
(See listing of Jewish services
under Posts, Bases and Stations).
CongrtKalion Kol Shearith Israel. Ave Ave-nida
nida Ave-nida C'ir.i and 36th Street Bella Vista,
Panama City, Service 8:00 p.m.
Lutheran
00 REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
001 Balbo Road
00 1 Rev. W. M. Czamanske, Paster
Sunday School, Bible class 1:00 a m.
- Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
.IS pm-

STANDING ON THE RECEIVING END of a ra men are the winners Of the Fort Kobbe photo
contest. Receiving; the trophies from Lt. Col. Krankiiu B. Simmon.-), Regime utal fsecuthe ol ol-ficer
ficer ol-ficer are. left to right. Pic. Robert I.. Stewart. Pfc. Irwin Kuhn. and Sp-3 William Neptune,
all of Headquarters and Headquarters company, 33d Intaniry Regiment.
(I S. Army phnlnl

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AS PART of the popular Fort Kobbe's "Know Your Neighbor" tours, members of the "Life "Life-liners''
liners'' "Life-liners'' recently visited the Cafe Duran, factory, Panama Cigarette Corporation in Rio Abajo,
Clayco Clav Factory on Via Espana, Pascual Cookie and Candy Factory in Rio Abajo. and a
plywood lactory near Tocumen. Greeting Mrs. Doris Colriwell, Kobbe's Service Club director,
is Mrs. Ray Ha'mmar. owner of the Plywood Corporation of Panama. (U.S. Army photo i

Walier Winchell
(Continued from Paee 2)
Itah: "Rig talk here that Joe
Adonis, self-deported I S. under underworld
world underworld chief, was robbed by two
liltle kids in his hide-away village''
. .Toni Carrol!, divorced lasl woe
: is doinp l he F.mhers Willi RAF
i flier Hory Phillips ... lUvordin
'star Dc ; Chcrrv has a now milse-
i hopper. Rosemary Mnrhaut. a Chi
cago secy. .what s with the Aca Academy
demy Academy Award winner Sammy Faire
Chums report they are not in har harmony.
mony. harmony. .Judith Williams, a Hrilish
beauty in "Fair Lady,'1 is be betrothed
trothed betrothed to Baltimore ad exec I).
Harkett. .The buzz persists that
Jane Froman and her husband will
reconcile. .Buddy Baer. unwind unwinding
ing unwinding from May Mann, will merge
with Roxanne Reed showgel. .
The Robert Svlvesters .( Bunty Pen Pen-dellonl
dellonl Pen-dellonl quietly got an Alabama
decree. ., .Barney Greengrass, the
sturgeon king, is in an oxygen tent
at Mt. Sinai. .Sharman. Douglas'
new beau is HaroW S. Prince, co co-producer
producer co-producer of "Pajama Game'' .
The Alan Hale. Jrs. have separ separated.
ated. separated. .Latest diversion for the Gay
Set (whoopsiesl is to phone pals
ana snnen: orace tveny s lnvitea
me to be one of her bridesmaids'"
Manhattan Murals:. .The 57th
Street florist's window eye-catcher:
"Fresh Flowers. Just Out of
Bed:" . .Dorian's, a. costume costume-gem
gem costume-gem shop in Greenwich Village,
which offers mousetraps encrusted
with precious stones. .The new
3rd Avenue luncheonette with this
window sign: "Serving Fine Food
Sine. 1956" . .Gag-placard on
the rear of an auto.: '.'Don't blow
horn. Driver asleep.".
"Dear Waller: Again many
Hunks for the wonderful item in
the Los Angeles Herald Express
about my movie formula and my
salary. I suppose some people find
it amazing that I would step out of
a high-salaried berth, but the fact
remains that I have always worked
fqr a salary and have pever owned
a percentage of any picture that
I produced. Therefore. 90 percent
of my incomf has gone for taxes,
Federal and Slate. Jt is ironically
amusing. My, last picture which I
have ;ust compbted, 'Man ir the
Gray Flannel Suit,' is a perfect
example of what I am up against.
"I bought the book when nobody
else wanted it. I selected the writ writer
er writer and ;Nunnally Johnson aj the
director. I personally produced it.
But under Nunnally'j r)ew contract
with 20th Century Fox lie has a
percentage of the profits nn the
'Man in the Gray Flannel Suit'
and all I have is mv salary and
not even j gray flannel suit. Dar Dar-rj.l."
rj.l." Dar-rj.l."
Curtain Calls: Guv Lombardo's
new platter for Capitol, "Our Mel-
. .Enzo Stuarti's Addio
Bimba" (Jubilee) .' .Ada Moore's
song magie at the Village' Van Vanguard.
guard. Vanguard. .Vicky Autier's chansons
at iennese Lantern. (Fasten cloud
belts!) . .Eddie Hey Wood's piano
at Viennese Lantern. (Fasten cloud
spot (The Red Carpet) starring

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Pat Han jngton. The larks are.
Woody Morgan and Isobel Robins.
Memos of a M idnightri : Nan
Wjnn the sonj; star, anil her ineili-co-husband
(estranged tor ycaisi
will sever it in Keno. . Leslie j
Caron's ex (G. Hormcli did the
Versailles with Vikki Dttgaii Il'sj
a boy for the Jerome Hines. Pop's
a Mel tenor. .Mrs. Jack O'Hncn
is recouping at home after surgery!
at N.Y. llosp. .Tin Pan Alley is'
searching for a song glorifying the
baby-siller. Figures it would make,
a mint. Please don 'I submit your;
sample to our wastebasket whU'h!
is overstuffed now. Bergen Kvans
gets a mere S1W) per program lor
thinking up those questions on the
SfilOOO program. .Veteran v tide
star Willie Solar is at University

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MARSHAL'S NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given thai the Steam Ship Josephine Linaja,
lea-Guolphl a vessel (lying the Panamanian (lag. home port, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R P., a steam ship o( 771 gtoss registered tonnage and net
registered tonnaqe of 450. with tn overall length of 208 fcer, kuilt
at Ontario, Canada, in 1944 by Collingwood, Ltd., will be sold at
Public Auction, under an Order ol the United States District Court
(or file District of the Canal Zone, dated February 27, 1956, at 'he
United States District Court, Cristobal Division, in the Administration
Ruildmg. Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 14th day of Match, 1956, at
10 o'cicck in the (orcnoon, in the actions entitled Sagasta Robinson,
et al. vs. S.S. Josephine Lanasa, No. 2008, in Admiralty, and Panama
Agencies Company vs. S.S. Josephine Lanasa, No. 2009, in Admiralty.
The saft will be (or cash to the highest bidder, subject to the
(inal approval of the Court, and the proceeds of such sale will be
deposited in the Registry o( the Court, to remain until the Court's
(urther orders.
United States Marshal.
JOSEPH I. KINCAID,
WILLIAM J. SHERIDAN, JR
Proctor (or Claimant, H. W. Findley
Dated Ancon, Canal Zcne
February 28, 1956

Phui l;, attend Church this Sunday
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9 :30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"THREE MEMORIALS"
Joshua Chapter 4
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
6:30 B.T.U.- (Training in Christian Living")
7:30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
"THE EMPTY CHAIR"
Lord's Supper at Close of Service
Pastor W. H. BEEBY ; Speaking
COMPLETE NURSERY SERVICE SPECIAL MUSIC
RADIO OUTLET HOXO

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Hospital. Betty Underwood, the
blonde starlet, who swapped her
movie career to wed Millionaire
1,. Dcutsrh, expects another im image.
age. image. The Dist. Atty. wants to
know why socialites' mink coats
and gems always disappear at par par-tics
tics par-tics thrown by a much rolyumed
name. Particularly since learn learning
ing learning tha' one of her beaux is a notor notorious
ious notorious con-man.
Sounds in the Night: At the
Steak Pit: 'J hate a guy who
can't be used'' . .At Bob Olin's:
'She's as normal as any young
blonde with a hole in the head''
. AI Si Bon: "The Torch is when
you cry because somebody took
your doll" . .At Cafe St. Denis:
"The jerk. He drinks like it's his
career."



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(enfucky U. Campus Gang
Tcr.r.1 A.NO rir..Trs
('::, Tri'3 Life Adventures
Afa:k op PATruj FJJMAG....
Enrols To Major In Crime
1
1 JL .CtAie NEW &v; srrs
1 i
I.EXLNTON'. Ky March 3 efircHed "to learn how to become
to MM kVf M Kiwrwsg
I
lift Tn U-uversity of Kent te-JbiK time ganjters.
Vv B(i-jnFed todav it had broken! Bombings, burglaries and nar
tio camnus ez of students no coU sales were attributed to the
fans.
Lniver&i'y officials said fedora!
agents, one of whom posed as
student and lived with, one of the

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suspects, took part in the inves investigation.
tigation. investigation. Four students were arrested.

two on burglary charges and two
on charges of possession of bar

biturates, i federal offense.

Two other youths, not enrolled
in the university, were charged

with loitering because they had
been living in university dormito

ries without the school's consent

They also were reported to be
members of the gang.
University President H. L. Dono Donovan
van Donovan issued a report saying that
since, their enrollment last Sep September
tember September the students had been
connected with several explosions

of home made bombs in dormito

ries, 31 thefts from campus vend vending
ing vending machine: storehouse burgla

ries in downtown Lexington and
'the sale and distribution of man man-jjuana.
jjuana. man-jjuana. Sir other students still are un un-,der
,der un-,der investigation, Donovan's re report
port report said.
; The report said the students en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the school with the spec specific
ific specific purpose of carrying out orga organized
nized organized crime and that they had
boasted to the undercover federal

agent that "we came here to learn
" An opening bid of two iio-j110 to become big time gang gang-trump
trump gang-trump snew oalanced di.stnbuti ju. "?fs-
tilier in all lour suits, aoci a'. Dovan s report said that in
couui of-22 to 24 points, jteimvertijttmg explosions of home home-Tv;ponder
Tv;ponder home-Tv;ponder should work toward, a!"'8" to1"1" dormitory wash-iM.-nc
contract with anything m1reirooffis on Jn- 10 and Jan. 16,
tn.ii. 3 points. In today's harij umversl(; wlhormei and police
van b points, Aorth properly rat es unable '? find u
,.!r..i, ., ,h,.L ZnA,...m 'denceasto- placed the bombs.

, open the jack of heaits,put the nain, of a few sstudents
,. ;,...Av fii ic ,.,,, continued to -ir in the course

his tiicks. He has eight tricks in' tn invcsUwtion."
Auu cards. It doesn't take long to , n i
TzL .u... ,k iw ... .i.- ?... "On Jn. 20." Donovan said.

Tnn.. f,. .i- i,,!..: student living in a dormitory with

' one of the suspects reported nar

" very templing to win 1heili bein use wd oId 00 lhe

first trick with the ace of hearts. ,"p y u,
,h ... .I ,.t i, ; On Jan. 25, another home-made

then "go to dumy" Sth E; Se
king of hcaiis in order to toad Fr H"?"a"
t; e kin! of clubs. As the carls s udc"'. "ra. "fm the

he. however, tht jack of clubs UV"V

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will break opp

SOME 6SEM1KS6LY

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- i- unis coini ieuerai

- The correct line of play is lois1"1- v-"v" '"

that

narcotics

enrolled

-of hearts, cash the ace of cluhs

'but titn overtake the queen ov- VI V TV tiT. .cn7tc
-rt..., with dummj-s king. Whm? weeki he
:the nine of clubs drops, it iv very I'""
KaW&
-This line of play tuccetdi, ; :
we have seen, if the nine of clubsi Pirrwnrk'C rlnreS

drops. It will a!&o work if the ja:k)

of clubs drop doubleton or if tie.C-- n,.,, Orrhnrlc

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f. K. Miltoa Enieilt
Telephone J-Jevi
ALIO A; Balboa Roed.
.Srt,ce Sunday 10 vO 11:00 a.m.
:tw e in.
CRiSiUBAL: American Legion Halt
aarvicei Sunday 10.0 e.m. 1J:0
KiU ABA Jo: Hons No. SuZi lath St
Sunoav 4 SO cm

Unitarian
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euttrti
111 JO ftJB.
Bldg. SM
Anton Blvd. ft
Viamey He
Anton
Your tnviiatioei
'.-. to ttDeraJ ;
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Baptist
COtOU BAPTIST CHLBCB
311 bruj Rom
. Drawii- 4 tJaiooa
. pnon Si11u
tail r- Paeerewtsu. W
, Faoae
SuiiQiy School-
9 45
ll:uu jn.
su p.m.
14V pjn-
1 JO p m
1 .00 pm
10.00 a.m.
juoriuug Asorship ....
Lraiiwa lruoo
Evening Worsiup
Irreve,- Weeiing .,
It. CO Wednesday ..
Moauay each inonlo
6piuu tilue School
taut, eaiurday .....
FIRST BAPTIS1 CHURCaV
Balboa Height, C
627 Ancon Boulevard
ra,t. "B" Baiooa Height
Phone tsaiboa 1727
.WUUara H. Beeby, Fast
siunda; atnol .. ....... i.
Morning Worship
Bautuu Training little ....
SkVangeluiUC berVKe ........
Praver Meeting- Wednea Wednea-dayt
dayt Wednea-dayt W M ft iW Study lbur lbur-.
. lbur-. days ....."
Men Brotherhood (Last
Monday in mootbi
:30 i m
tO.iS m
30 o m
taw pm
1 OB
:W a
14b pjb
HHST BAPTIST CHI KCH
MariavHa' Avaiwe at 5th Strati
Margarita. Canal Zona
Kt J M. Haulbttok. Pastet
Bun(a School
Mornint Worship
Baptist rratninf Union..
Evenlnit Worship ..
Brotherhood, Tueady
Pravtr Strvices, Wednwdaya
WM.U. lit 3rd Friday
G A r Sunbeams.
Pridays . i
. a m
11:00 a.m.
:30 p.m.
7.45 p.m.
7 -.WI o m.
, 7 :00 pm.
S S0 p.m
;.iSi!viticr Army
(Uep.i).mintionil Svanialutic
- : Mfftinfs) -'
' THfi PACIFIC BID.
(A.NAMA im
Stnir Captain and Sin. M
1 Febrmry Street, Phon.
UnKl iii!inas Meeting.
3;0B Sunday School.
7:30 SWalibn Meeting
McDonald
28-200S4
LA BOCA C Z.
Meaterant Pansy Campbell
Building No lOhl), Phone: 2-285!
U:tti innes Meeting.
3:00 S-utdsy School.
7:30 SVaiiOn Mecllig,
FABAiSO, ciN
Eaoy Mrs. C U Moieley
Guiana 8;ieet.
11:00 H'1mes)i Meeting.
3 00 hkt.day School.
7 JO Solvation Meeting
I'HK ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CENTRAL
Bempr dipt, and Mri. C. MoonajwDy.
141 h SUflci. Pliont: 3S-74.1.
11:00 Hi'iineat Meeting. -3:00
Sunday School. s : i
7:30 kiilvation Meeting. v
COLOM '1HIRL. S'IK<
Major Mm Bingham -11:00
Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School, i
7:30 S.lvauon Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY CZ.
;vay J. GUI,
St. Kkt and Jamaica Street.
. 11:00 Hi;nes Meeting.
g:0 jfnujay School. ; ;. ; .-.
7:3 Silvalicn Meeting.
Union Churches
Tiera all Pruletilanu i-ouperatt with
pally In eisestiala, liberty In
nutullal una rhrt In H thlnn
- XWK ATLANTIC SIDE
CATtfN
- Rev. Ray Blakely, Paalor '
Phone 5-3S5
Hi Church Schoc,:.
110 Worslifp Service. ?
8:43 p.m. Sr. Vouth f'ollowshlp.
. :00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowahip.
MARGARITA ,,
Thp Rev. haul H W Olander. Pirtor
fnone s-Mjm .
. :;t Biple School.
10:45 Ueialup oet Churek-Umt
Bunery.
f :30 You fellpwihlp
m ' nil PACIMC BIDE
BALBOA
ika Kct. Oscar W. Olien Pailee
Balooa Rd. at San Pablo St
Jhon t.l4S-Church OJfice l-32S.
t JO Church School v t ree bur service
Parsonage Di.'cuiwion Cteup.
UM trship Service The Cxsanded
Session frr Nursery. Kindenarlen
; Primary and Junior Depla
', Church-time Nurerv for ch.'ldren
under 9.
1:00 Junior-High Fellowship,
:oo Poat-HiilY Fellowahip. j.
?:00 SseniofHigh Fllow.hlp
GAMPOA' ".
Ur. Walker M Alderlon. Minlmer.
Olfic Phone f-470Reidence Phnne
. i-130, : .
SO a m. Church School
I:4I a m Mornlne Wnrnhlp Service
Meth
cdist
Tlt. Ml.lHUDI!)!, LIICKCb
. British tnferenre.
' Rev. William H Arnutroaa
- igtk St. Panama City
V.0U a m Mornm Pravei n rwir
:CU pm Sundae School i .,
T;1S ft iTi (veniiie Pi"! a'0 ermori'
- rKlMT MtTHOUWl CHLklh
7u Street and Melenriw Avenue
? Colon R P
Rev., Samu'. Waldrrj, Minuter
l:lu e ai. Mornlnp Service ,ne UolJ
CPmmunioo .
Ipm Sunday School .
J.H p.m Evening Service.
(Holy Communion 1st Sunday)
Wandav l it oa Pravei Meeting.
, ftBr.Vr.Kh MM HOItlbl vHI KCii
i: ; Rainbew City. Ct
Rev Samuel Wilden. Minister
8ui.o aeivice m uw pm
undav Scbool fnr all arm at 13 pm
Mf, jiMieatlwr ? eVoeahiei.
Tueaday 1 o.ai.. Prayai Veeting

CkwrchM pf Ike many faith m Hi Cnl Za. ead tM ferwmel
citiM Paawanp e4 CpIpa, Repiikhc 4 Pna, trtead yreltem
t all tmm H mmm d map 4 k tm4 ttnitm, 4 H civittat.
pjaifkfear. Iria4 and arranger.
At pakiir ecnrke. Hi Tkp Pa naata Aaaarkaa lH kele, kr
etMemmatiaiet, aari af keen pt erankip aad atkar reaulei activities.
. I.atting art) retffed frem tiaaa ra time. DeaamiMliaat kavia
aaty aaa r tw) ceagregetian art litted Bade "Otkei Cburckat Aad
Serincaa. A aaacial lntnfl includad Hi aarrica a Army paett.
Am frttn kaea aad Naval afttiaaa.
Miciittirt, (kuick aecretariei aad chaplaia are atkad te aatatai
Ik k ia wriling ky Wednetdey aaaa at tkp brttt t any
change far tM tenting Saturday' church papa.

Christian Scientist
CHKIST1AA P4.la.NCk CHLKtHrS
rlrtt Churcb ol Cbxiau Saeuunk Aneoi
t69 Aocoo Boulevard
.Sunday 110. Wedneaday 1.08 pjn.
Sunday School tM pjb
I'trtl Hint H Ckrtl, acieatut, CrUlobai
th Street A Bobvei Hitn'
itov Srnnoi p:p
Sunday U 00 a.m. Wedneaday g:00 p m
Catholic
gT. MART.' CHL'BCH-atalbea
Sunday Maasaa: 1. 00. :OCv lO:00 nd
12H?lyDaT Mta: 1. gPO. UASpjn.
Lo3"r Saturday. :30 V $.00
and 7:00 to g:00 p.m. Thuraday, before
first Friday: 7:00 to 00 P.B.
Miraculout Medal Novena: T J
:" u-.
fghSh'ool Stiidr Club 30 p.m. on
Wedneaday.
gACRPD HEART AneoB
Sunday Maasea: S:5S. 7 :30 A I SO a m
Holy Day maaaea: t JU a m. anJ. I 00
P'?...inr,f Siturday 3:30 to t M and
7:15 to g:00 pm. Thursday before firrt
Friday 7:w p.m.
Sacred Heart pevotlona: 1:00 p.m. on
'ctleJiilsni Cla: 8:15 to 4:45 p.m. on
Tburaday.
OtR LADY OP PATIMA-Ctinwdp
Sunday Mas at g.00 am.
Holy Day Maaa'at g:30 p.m.
Confeaaiona: 09 to 4:45 p.m. on Sat
urday.
CatechUm Clase:
Saturday I 30 to 10
BT. JOSEPH Parala
Sunday Mass at 1:00 and 4:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mais Pt 00 pm.
Weekday Maasea i ..:0 im.
Confession: tiaturday :30 ta 4:30 and
' catedJam' CU'ag: Sunday 1:00 to 4:00
P'Mtraeulou Medal Novenar i:W p m
onFrld.y. . ...... ....' ,.m
Convert uunrueuonai
p.m.
ST. VlSCENrB Panama City
Sunday Masse: i:00 and 4:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
tit it falls on Saturday th Masse are
:00 and .8:30 a m i- mM
Confession: saturaay ;w w
7 00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:30 p.m A Cl.
Miraculous Medal Novena and SU SU-Uoas
Uoas SU-Uoas of the Crosa: Friday 7 00 p.m.
Catechism Claw: After g:30 mas on
SUConvert Clasa: 6;30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday . '.
ST. THERESA'S CocoM
Sunday Mas: 8:30 am,
Hnly Day Mass; :00 a.m. It It .falls
on Saturday- ;30 a m.)
Caierhism Class: 3 80 to l:M pm, on
"cpnitwlons; 00 tq 8:3 a.ip, Sunday..
gT. JOHN BAPTIST 0 LA BALLS
- Paraae Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days. Mat;, 6:3Q Mon., Thur
Fri. and SaL First Friday mass: 8 00 a m
Holy Day Masses; 6 00 a .m. to 8:00
canieanon.-. a .eu
8:00 p.m. on Saturday y
Miraculous Aieuai nnvn. rnw-.
On? C.nrt,.
Catecnism wiass: v
Convert Class: Monday 7 30 p.m
ST r-HKBKSE'S La Boca
Sunday Mass : 7:00 a m r
Holy Day Mass: S:30 p.m
rWtaninroi: Saturday 8:30 to 7:30 p m
Thursday before First Friday 8:30 p m..
Catechism tiass: v" j
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 Pny on
Convert tiaw; sju v "-"j
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S-tolOn
Sundnv Masses: 5:45. 8:00 nd 9M m
Holy Day Masses: 8:45 and 8 00 .m.
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: saturaay i.w iu
7:00 to 8:00 pm. ; ,. ...
Miraculous aieaai novena. neuiiCTuoj
8 15 and 7 00 pm,
Sacred Heart woven : rrmay i:i v-.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:1 S p.m. on Mtnday
and Thursday. .. ..
Catechisnt Class: aunoay ru:ia a.m. 10
145 am. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Pir.t B-riHav-F.xnositton of Most Bless-
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition pt-6:30
a.m. Saturday morning. ;
First Saturday Devotion to our may
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary-6:00 a.m
irimr rnmmunion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thursdays 8 00 to
7:00 p.m..;' .-:
MIRACITOIS MEDAI-Crlstdbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8.00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00, 8:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5 00 and
7 '00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve eve-ling.
ling. eve-ling. Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Alter :vu aiass on
Sunday.
. First Friday Exposition 811 day during
the School Year.
First. Saturday: Mas tl 8j00 ra.
HOLY FAMILY CHt'RCH Mirgarlta
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a m
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 a.m. And 5:15
Confessions: 4:oo to 5:00 and 7 00 to
8 00 pjn. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novena: 7:uo pm
on Monday.
Church History uroup every tuesday
at 7-30 pm. - -
Teen-Aage Club: 7:30 pm on wedne.
dav.
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inauirv-Discussion Grout) every Fri
day 7:30 p.m.
ST VtNCF.TS Rainbow City
Sunday Misses: 8:30 a m. and 8 00
am,
Holy Day Masse: 8:00 a.m. and 8:00
p m.
Confessions: 4 00 to 1:00 and 7 00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m. en Sunday
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:00
p.m. .
Miraculout Medal Novena: 7:00 pm
on Tuesday.'..
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCF.PTION-GatuJi
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 8:30 to 7:00 p m. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. ....
Catechism Class; 4:00 p.m. en Monday,
OL'R LADY Or GOOD COUNSEL
Gambol
Sunday Ma:es: 7:00 and 8 JO am
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 a. pi. and 6:M
p.m
Confession Saturday at 7:00 p.m and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 00
on Ti esday.
p.m
bacred Heart Novena: 7 WJ
Friday.
pm an
Sunday School: 4:30 p.m. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chil.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con.
ducted in Spanish!: 7:00 a.m
Convert Instructions by appointment.

Episcopal

The RL Rev. B. Htber Geedea. S.T D.,
tuahop
The Very Bey. M Richard MacDooald
ANltiN. l'J8
THr; CATHKUKAL OF ST. LL'KB
SUNDAYS
7:30 a m holy Communion.
8.30 am Santa Communion (4th Sun.
day).
8:15 Viu. Church School.
8 46 m. Escnela Dominical.
1100 aiu. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, t First Sun Sun-.
. Sun-. oay).
7:00 pro. kvening Prayer and Sermon
: WEDNESDAYS
8 30 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro. Ivenlng Prayer,
HOLY DAYS
8 00 a m Holy Communion.
8 30 am Holy Communion.
- DAILY
8 15 m. Morning Praver.
12:00 Mw-da) Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH Or OUR SAVIOLR
Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookion. Pmtinr
SUNDAia
Holy Communion 7:30 am.
Church School
....... 8:30 a.m.
Mom.t.g Prayer
and Sermon ........
trust Sunday. Holy
Ve.pef Service' and
Youtn Fellowshio
11:00 .m
Communion)
...... 8:00 p.m.
8:30 a m
...... 7:30 nm.
WEDNSSDAYS
-Holy Communion ..
Choir Rehearsal
A House of Prayer, for all people.
COCOU
Chatch f St Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin. Priest
la Chart
SUNDAYS'
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and Church School,
9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 aja
I H C. first Sunday in Month).
Evening Pnyer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Praver 8:00 to
COKOZAt
Chapel af the Good Shepherd
lh Rev. Clarence r, Mayes
t'M s.m (vary Friday; Morning Pmy
er.
(H.C in .Friday
OAMBOA
St. Simon's Chulth
The Rev. John Spear, Piiett in Charge
SUNDAYS
Mariner Pravtr. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10:30 a m
Holy communion and aer-
mon, 2nd and 4tb Sundays ,. 10:30 am
bunaay sciiooi j p pm
Youth Fellowship 5 00 pm
Evening Prayer 1:00 o m
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly $001019 ... 8:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 1:00 a.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Ct,n-.munIon 8:00 m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursday'".:.. 7:30 pjn
I A BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Chsrge.
suHusn ..' ....'
Choral Eucharist and Sermon. 7. 00 ajn.
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m. vi,.-, "I
Children's Eucharist. 3rd Sunday 10
.in.
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7-30 p.m.
MONPAv THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Ct-mmunion ... 7 00 a m
Evenlnp Prayer 7 00 n.m
except Saturdays. Compline 7:30 p.m
1st TUESDAYS & 3rd MONDAYS
Woirm' Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
MARGARITA
Church of t. Margaret
Corni pt F.spave Ave. Bizos Blvd.
The Hi v Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
SUNDAi'3
8:30 t ia Church School
0:30 a in Morning Prayer and Sermon
; 1st Sii dys, Holy Communion I
4 30 n ra. Confirmation. Instructions.
rALI) A.l)
Chapel af The Holy Cemfarler
Ven. U B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
Every Tuesday 8:30 a m. Holy Coin-
PARAISO
St. Alhan's Church
th, Bey. Dvld A. Oshorna.
' Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist it Sermon
12:00 fen, Infant Baptism
3 .00 ":n. Church School
(heid in Building 131)
8:li0 p m. Youth Fellowship
7:i0 "m. Evnon and Artdrest,
Jnd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7.30 om. woman Auxiliary and Al Al-taj
taj Al-taj Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
- 8t Paul's Church
Phe Vrn. Lemuel B. Shirley. Rector
The Rrv Fits R. Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAY.
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion
8 00 u y Sung Eucharist Sl Sermon
10:45 tm Morning Prayer and Churcn
Schooi
12:00 mrr Holy Baptism
7:00 ,.n' Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 am Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
:00 im Holy Communion
7 :00 p.m.. Evening Prayer
rHURSi'AYS AND FRIDAYS
8 :30 f m Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
' '00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHHIS1 CHURCH UY-THI-SU
"''. : tpisropal ,.(,,.
Colon, R de.P
' (Opposite Hniei Washington)
Th Ven Mainert J. Pettrsnn, Recttt
The Rev Henry A. Blake
. Associate Rector t
SUNDAYS
8:00 a.m Holy Communion
8:00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 tm Church School Session
7 30' pjq Solemn Evensong arid Ser
wEuriEounia
8:00 a m Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermnti
:3A pm Adult Confirmation Clasa
THURSDAYS
1:00 om Piaver Guild
FRIDAYS
t.D0 jn Children' Eucharist.
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation Clasp.
7 JO Pro. Cnmoline nd Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
6 00 a m. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Chnah af St. Mary, (he Virgin
The Rev. John A. Spalding,.
Priest ia Charge
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist 7:30am.
Chunh School ........... 8:45am.
Evens'.t.t and Sermon .... 7J0om-
WEDNFRDAYS
Eveuvi and Sermon .... 1:30 pm.
THURSDAYS
Holy communion, ......... 7 :00 ajn.
GATl'N
8t George't Chprck
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
' Priest in Chtrg
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv ( tmmumon '. .. 1:38 g.m
Jpd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Morairg P-avtr
and Semen .............. 8:10 am.
Church School, each4 Sun 10:30 g.m,
MO ABAJO
U Christopher1 Charek J
(8 8 Partiue I efevr t
Th Rev Clarenre W. Hayes.
Priest in Charge
Muit .YuniiiiiriHM ):aim
Sunday School ........... 10 30 t.m.
8aDUrn le t e n kna a 4tb piii
lay,
evemiis Praver. Htblt Study 6 pjo
tm and 3rd Sundays
Woman Ausihgrv ana a U Sundav
yv pat:
Holy Communion wtdnteaava. t em

Other Churchss
CHLRCH OF THE NAZARCM
- Ancon. CZ.
Minister: Rev. Rimer O. Nclsoe
Box a. Ancoii. CZ. Balboa :!
Sunday Scrtool ........... :43 a m
Memmg Worship 10:3O am
Youth Service c.4a p.m
Evening Service ..i ?:jp p.m
N.F.M.o. Service 7.00 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed 7 SO pjn.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama HP, 13rd Street East
Rev. S. N. En, M in liter
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ,,. 8:30 a m.
Sunday School 3:00 pm
Sunday Masses I, 1:45 11:43
nit. nDut aj. Sunaa acuvwt
pjtt.

Simdays t 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
80 Baltia Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF rai'S CHRIST
OF LATTt.R-DAI SALSTS (Moraseat
Sunday meetings In the JWB-USO, La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 8:30 a m. Meeting: Sunday School.
i Ji a.m.! Sacrament MeeUng, 1020 a.m.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road.
Gat un. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatun 364 or C"t6bal 2887
Sunday School 10 '.m a m. Sunday Sac Sac-ement
ement Sac-ement Meeting 8:30 p.m. Prieshood
Meetinr 8:30 ojn. W'ednasdav Prinary
6:30 p.m. W ednesday Relit society meet
ing as announcea.
ccatnuu rKOTulANi
CHIRCH
Rev Paul Holloway, Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School .,. 8:45
Morning Worship ........... II am.
Youth Meeting 6 pm.
Evening Worship '. 1pm
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St, Raphael The Arckaagel
13tb St Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a :30 am
Tuesday. Wednesday end Thursdays
8:38 a.m.
Sacrament at Unction (Hatilnt par.
vice) First Sunday of eacb month ai
7 JO pjn 1
Maaat Haltbet:. C'fcrlsHta Chart
Panama BP
Rt Rev T. j !!- O O Bttbep
ofilr'iating
Morning dtfotio a ........ 8:00 t.m
Fellowship 'Torsruo at ...... 11:00 in
Sunday School at ............ 1:00 pm.
Oivint Service tt J 31) pjp.
BAR A 'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 Firrt Street
(Jrpanizacl6B EI Carmen, Panami City
informal Talk and Discussions
Thursday. . . i ........... 8 :00 pm.
Colon. Sib 8k Fran! Streets
(upstair American Bataarl
Study Ciasse..'.... Thursdays. 1:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHt'RCH
Espaluba St., paraiso, CZ.
Rev Wildaha H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.nv Worship Service.
3:00 pm. Sunday School.
7:15 pjn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday.: 7 JO Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHLRCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colo
Rev. 41. W. Grandison, Paster
Sunday Schol' ...,....., 8;,10 tm
Morning Worship . & ioff a m
Night Service ..... JXpff p.m
, .. r .-3
FIRST CHVRCH OF GOD"
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sit.
Rainbow City, Canal 7 one
Rev. G. W. Grandlson. Pastor
Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10-30 a m.
Night Strvict 730 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence -Mrs.
Maude Hines, Pastor
Sunday School '..; .. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship j.. 11:00 a m.
Night Service 7:3
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panami City
Cer. "V and Mariano Arosemena SU.
Rev. Wm. J. Jehnioa, Pastor
Sundav School :30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 s.m.
Night Service ............... cov p m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abaja
Monte Oscuro Rd. 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Schoo -:.)0sm
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night service i pm
CHLRCB OF THR FOURSQUARE
GOSPEL
(Full Gospel!
" BALBOA "'"'
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Csrl V. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Pastors.
Sunday School .....
Morning Worship ..
Youth Service ... .
Evangelistic Service
.10:00 a.m.!
.11:00 a.m.
, 6:30 p m,
. 7:15 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phon 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ, (Rev. and
Mrs. Hermsn G. Whyte), Colon, R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorenct), Rio Abajc
mv and Mrs. Charles Havnes). anc
Cativg (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdays service at all
churches. :
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
rretestaat
FORT AMADOR .,
Sunday School
Morning Worship ...............
Church-Time Nursery School....
9:00
1000
10,00
9:00
10:15
6:30
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday school tuuiioing no.
126)
Morning Worship
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class ......... i
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building NO
711) ..... ...............
Morning Worship ...............
Fvenine WorshiD ...............
9:30
10:45
(:30
8:30
8:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship ...
Youth Fellowship ,..
Eevenlnu Worship ..
9:15 it 10:45
8:30
730
Rodman
9.30
U.S. NAVAL STATION
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sundsy
of Month I
11 :00
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion lEpiscopal),,.
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sundsy
of Month)
7:3t'
1:00
Calhelis
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass ...........
Sunday Masses .......
Confessions. Saturday
Sunday
6:39
9:00
7:36
.9:30 A
,6:30 le
..1 30 A
9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses .......
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday Mam
6:45
.7:45 A
.7:30 A
9:00
8:00
10 JO
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mast
Sunday Masses .......
Spanish
8:00
8:00
8:00
.7:00 It
COKOZAL ? :..:..'.
Daily Mast
....... a rv
e 8flfr
6 '30
fiei-MfrVl
Confessions, Saturday (Building

H'J C r pr 1!''
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WASHINGTON. Match 2 (l'P-
Commeree Secretary Sinclsiri
V eeks was greeted wiih Kepubii-
can opposition nd liemocralic
praise today when he pppeale-l fur
enactment gf Presidsnt jLisenhuw
er's loreign trade legislajtion.
Weeks ureeri the House Wayj ?
Jleans Committee to approve L'.
membership m a proposed or
ganization for trade cooperation
lOTC) to administer the general
agreement on tariiis and trade
(GATT).
He said "0TC would enable A
nve additional and increased ben
efits" from reciprocal tarrif con
cessions already negotiated. He
said it also would speed actio-i in
removing import quotas and oth
er such barriers against L. S.
products.
"You mean we'd be penalized
faster," said Rep. Richard M.
Simpson (R-Pa.).
But Rep. Wilbur Mills (D-A'.'k.)
told Weeks he had made a "very
forceful argument for OTC" and
had 'completely and fully justifi justifi-it
it justifi-it from a business standpoint."
sm' MAkc foickinc
If your hostess has cooked a
delicious meal for your enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment it isn't polite to talk about
all the calories In eacfi msn sne
serves vou. Even If you are on a
diet, keep quiet about it wnen
you are a guest.
A tnest who counts calories
out loud is a pain in the neck
to a hostess who has wornea
hard on a "company" meal.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Daily Mass .. J
Saturday Mass ........'....... T:6
Sunday-Masses 7:45 A 11 45
Spanish
7:00
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Jewish
4:W)
1.20
.ymi: ,,' '.,'.,-.11
FORT KOBBI
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ., ....
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
, Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday gcliool
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
FORT GXJLICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
2:00
1:30
1:30
45
11:00
1:30
9:45
11:00
6:00
Youth Fellowship Sunday
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Su-iday
of Month)
Catholic
9:30
11:00
Daily Mas 7:30
Sunday Mass .." 8:30
Confessions, Sunday 8:45
PORT OULICK ;
Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass ..
7:4
........ 8:45
6:00 A 7:00
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
US. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 8:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in aU ChurcPet
, 8 follow:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School, 9:30 a m Dlvln Serv Service.
ice. Service. 11:00 a.m, Youth' Meeting, 4:30 o m
SUNDAY: Biblt Lecturp. 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Biblt Study and Prayer
Service., fSO e.sa,
'Pacifle Side Panama A Btlbe
District Ptor W.H. Waller
Ttl. 28 S-58431
Ca ho -Verde, Ave J F. de It Ossa Ns.
17. Panama No. 2. Jamaica Socletv HtM
"S" St. No. 3. Chorrillo. 26th SU Na 27.
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A SL between 3rd tnd
4th SI. Rio Aba jo. Ulh St. No. 27.
Balboa Chapel, 0844 Gaviiar Rd Balboa
(Saturday onlvl, .' -'
Spanish Churches Panama A Cristobal
District Pastor Ruben Ruiz
Panama, Calls Darien No 9 Cristobal
16th St A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frljoies
. t District Pastor A. A. Grlazle
. (Tel 6 102)
Gamboa, Praltt Parkway Frlloiea.
. Atlantic Side.. Color) A Cristobal
. District Pastor V. G. Newman
(Tel. 38 826-L'
Colon, 3rd. St A Central Ave Crist
Ml, IStb St A Bolivar Ave.
Jewish
Jewlil Wtlftre Board Bid 7S2-X U
Boca Roail, Balboa. CZ. PUbbi Nathan
Witkin. Director.
Servio Friday, 7 30 p.m. Saturday,
S.20 pm
(See a'l-o listings of Jewish servlcts
under Posts, Bsaes and Station I-
CongrtKulion Kol Shearlth Israel Ave Ave-nidi
nidi Ave-nidi C"hi and 36th Street, Bella Vista,
Panamt City. Service 8:00 p.m. v
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road
Bey. W. M (zamanske, Pastor
Sunday School, Bible class 9:00 am.
isiviuc service iv. ij e-ni,
- trlre Serviee ei atargatita Sunday
Divine service iu:li a.m.
2:15 pm.

STANDING ON THE RECEIVING END of a camera are the winners Of the Fort Kobbe photo
contest. Receiving the trophies from Lt. Col. Franklin B. Simmons, Regimental executive of officer
ficer officer are, left to right, Pfc. Robert L. Stewart, Pfc. Irwin Kahn. and Sp-3 William Neptune
all of Headquarters and Headquarters company, 33d Intantry Regiment.
(U.S. Army photo)

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AS PART of the popular Fort Kobbe's "Know Your Neighbor", tours,, members of the "Life?
4iners", Mcently, visited tba, Caf6 Duran. factory, Panama Cigarette Corporation In Rio Abajo,
ClaycQ Clay Factory on via Espaiia, Pascual Cookie and Candy Factory in Rio Abajo, and a
plywood factory near Tocumen. Greeting Mrs. EJoris Coldwell, Kobbe's Service Club director,
is Mrs. Ray Hammac, owner of the Plywood Corporation of Panama. i (U.S. Arrpy photoi

Walter Winchel I
(Continued from Pate 2)
Italv: "Bie talk here that Joe
Adonis., self-deported U.S. under
world chief, was robbed by two
little kids in his hide-away village"
.Tom Carrol!, divorced last wee
is doing the hmbers wttn KAr
flier Rory Phillips ... Recording
star Do i Cherry has a new pulse pulse-hopper.
hopper. pulse-hopper. Rosemary Morhatit,4i Chi
cago sec y. .Whals with the Aca
demy Award winner Sammy Faire
Chums report they are not m har harmony.
mony. harmony. .Judith Williams, a British
beauty in "Fair Lady," is be betrothed
trothed betrothed to Baltimore ad exec D.
Hackett. .The buzz persists that
Jane Froman and her husband will
reconcile. .Buddy Baer, unwind unwind-in?
in? unwind-in? from' May Mann, will merge
with Roxanne Reed showgel. .
The Robert Svlvesters -(Bunty Pen-
delton) quietly got. an Alabama
decree. '. .Barney Greengrass, the
sturgeon king, is in an .oxygen tent
at: Mt. Sinai. .Sharman. Douglas'
new beau is Harok' S. Prince, co co-producer
producer co-producer of "Pajama Game" .
The Alan -Hale, Jrs. have separ-l
ated. .Latest diversion for the Gay
Set. (whoopsies) is to phone pals
and shriek: "Grace Kelly s invited
me to be one of her bridesmaids!"
Manhattan Murals:. .The 57th
Street florist's window eye-catch-1
er: "Fresh Flowers. Just. Out of,
Bed!" '. .Dorian's, a. costume-1
gem 'shop in Greenwich Village,!
which offers mousetraps encrusted
with precious stones. .the newi
3rd Avenue luncheonette with this
window sign: "Serving Fine Food
Sine. 1956" . '.Gag-placard on
the rear of an auto: '.'Don't blow
horn. Driver asleep.".
"Dear Walter: Agaia many
thanks for the wonderful item in
the Los Angeles Herald Express
sbout my. movie formula and my
salary. I suppose some people find
it amazing that I would step out of
a high-salaried berth, but the fact
remains that I have always worked
fqr a salary and have pever owned
a percentage of any picture that
I produced. Therefore, 90 percent
of my Inconv has gorjc.for taxes,
Federal and State. Jt is ironically
amusing. My last picture which I
have just comphted, 'Man ir the
Gray Flannel Suit,' is a perfect
example, cf what I .am up against.
"I bought the book when nobodv
else wanted it. I selected the writ writer
er writer and -Nunnally Johnson a j the
director. I personally produced it.
But under Nunnally's new contract
with 20th Century Fox pe.has a
percentage of the profits on the
"Man in the Gray F)an'ncl Suit'
and all I have is mv salary and
not even a gray flannel suit. Dar-
Curt jin Calls: Gnr Lombarrlo's
new platter for Capitol, "Our Mel-
'.Enzo Stuarti's "Addio
Bimba" (Jubilee) .Ada Moore's
song magic at the Villafee' Van Vanguard.'.
guard.'. Vanguard.'. .Vicky Autler's chansons
at iennese Lantern. (Fasten cloud
belts!) . .Eddie Heywood's piano
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'At-Jiienne&A. UrUern.lFaaten CiOUd

apot (The Red Carpet) starring

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Pat Harrington. The larks are
Woody Morgan and Isobel Robins,
Memos of a Midnighter: Nan
Wynn the song star, and her medico-husband
(estranged for years)
will sever it in Keno. .Leslie
Caron's ex (G. Hormel) did the
Versailles with Vikki Dugan. It's
a boy for the Jerome Hines. Pop's
a Met tenor, .Mrs. Jack O'Brien
is recooping at home after surgery
at N Y. Hosp. .Tin Pan Alley is
searching for a song glorifying the
baby-sitter. Figures it would make
a mint. Please don't submit your
sample to our wastebasket which
is overstuffed now. .Bergen Evans
gets a mere $100 per program un unthinking
thinking unthinking up those questions on the
$(i4,000 program. .Veteran v: tide
star, Willie Solar is at University

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MARSHAL'S NOTICE OF SALE
Notice it hereby given that the Steam Ship Josephine lints,
(es-Guelph) a vetiel Hying the Panamanian flag, home pert, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R.P., I steam ship of -771 gross regitieresl tonnage and net
registered tonnage ef 450.. with an everall length of 208 feet, built
tt Ontario, Canada, in 1944 by Collingwoed, Ltd., will be told at
Public Auction, under an Order ef the United States District Court
for the District ef the Canal Zone, dated February 27, 1956, at the
United States District Court, Cristobal Division, in the Administration
Building, Cristobal, Canst Zone, en the 14th day af March, 1956, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, in the actions entitled Sagasta Robinson,
et af. vs. S.S. Josephine Lanata, No. 2008, in Admiralty, and Panama
Agencies Company ysS.S. Josephine Lanata, No. 2009, in Admiralty,
The tale will be for cash te the highlit bidder, subject to the
final approval of the Court, and the proceeds ef such sale will bp
dtpesited in the Registry ef the Court, te remain until the Court's
further orders.
United State Marshal.
JOSEPH I. KINCAID,
WILLIAM J. SHERIDAN, JR.
Procter for Claimant, H. W. Findley .''.,
Dated Ancon, Canal Zcna ..
Ftbruary 28, 1956

' Plan ti attend Church this Sunday
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9 i30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"THREE MEMORIALS"
Joshua Chapter 4
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
6 :30 B.T.U.- (Training in Christian Living)
7:30-f!VANQELIST!C SERVICE
"THE EMPTY CHIR"
Lord's Supper at Close of Service '
Pastor W. H. BEEBY . Speaking
COMPLETE NURSERY SERVICE SPECIAL MUSIC
RADIO OUTLET HOXO

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1
Hospital. .Betty Underwood, the
blonde starlet, who swapped her
movie career to wed Millionaire
L. Deutsch, expects another im image.
age. image. .The Dist. Atty, wants' to
know why socialites' mink coats
and gems always disappear at par parties
ties parties thrown by a much-colyumed
name. Particularly since learn learning
ing learning that One of her beaux is a notor notorious
ious notorious con-man.
Sounds in the Night: At the
Steak Pit: "1 hate a guy who
can't be used" . .At Bob Olin'g:
' She's as normal as any young
blonde with a hole in the head"
, .At Si Bon: "The Torch is when
you cry because somebody took
your, doll" . .At Cafe St. Denis:
"The jerk. He drinks like it's his
career,"



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LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Crist6bal Division
Roko M. Kohn, Master. John (Joanl
Papadopoulos. Chief Engineer. George
Kokotat, First Assistant Engineer. Luis
Gordon, Second Assistant Engineer, Lib Libelants
elants Libelants vs. SS. Josephine Lana, etc.
George Dennis, H. W. Flndley, West In
dies Importing Company and or West
Indies Imoortine: Corporation, S.A., her
owners, Respondent.
Civil No. 2034. In Admiralty Legal
Notice.
Whereas, on the 28th dav ot February,
1958, Roko M. Kohn, Master, John (Joan! ii
Papadopoulos, Chief Engineer, ueorge
Kokotas. First Assistant Engineer, and
Luis Gordon, Second Assistant Engineer,
filed a libel In rem and In personam In
the District Court of the "United States
fnr the Cristobal Division, against the
SS. Josephine Lanasa, etc., Georee Den Dentils,
tils, Dentils, H. W. Flndley, West Tndies Im Importing
porting Importing Company andor West Indies
Importing Corporation, S.A., her own own-em.
em. own-em. In pause civil -and maritime;
' tAnd Whereas, by virtue of process tn
dee from of law to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 20th day of March, 1956,
I have seized and taken the said SS. Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine Lanasa, her 'enelnes, boilers,
tackle, etc., and have her In my cua cua-'
' cua-' torlv.
Notice Is hereby given that session
o the District Court will be held In
th United States District Court Room,
W CrlstAbal, Canal Zone, on the 20th
(liv of March. 1956. at 9:00 o'clock In
tHe forenoon theteof, or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as Court may be In session, fnr
trfe trial of said premises, and the own
frit, and all persona who may have or
cljiim any Interest therein, are hereby
riled to be and appear at the time and
cUice aforesaid, to show cause, If anv
they have, why a final decree should
not.be entered as proved.
j United StMe Marshal for the
; : District of The Canal Zone.
Charles E. Ramirez, of
Ve Slclen, Ramfrex A Da Castro
Proctors for Libellants.
ST
Ta CHOICE
LOTS for
SALE
IOrTtj
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-0610

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Larg mahogany
wardrobe, 3 sectional, 2 full full-length
length full-length mirrors $60. Phone 3 3-1777.
1777. 3-1777. FOR SALE. Weitinghoui re re-frigcrator
frigcrator re-frigcrator 25 cycle, medium
ixe, excellent condition. Bar Bar-lain.
lain. Bar-lain. 85 Via Beliiario Forraa,
San Francitco.
FOR SALE: G-f. table radio and
extra large mitcaie. Call 3284
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Mahogany china
closet $35, sewing machine $50.
Call after six. Balboa 2649.
FOR SALE: Going away, 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom lets, 1 dining room set, f
living room set, 2 bamboo sett,
2 Chinese rugs and other furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Phone 41 Colon from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Old Westinghouse
refrigerator, needs repair your
price, also two cages for ship shipping
ping shipping pets. 2515-C Sago, Cocoli,
Eugene K. Derr
Elected President
Of Camera Club
Eugene K. Deri; was elected
president of the Diablo Camera
Club at the annual meeting, held
Thursday night in the club's stu
dio in Diablo Heights. Other offi
cers elected for the club year
which begins May 1 were: first
vice president, Katherine Clark;
second vice president, Hugh O.
Graham: secretary, Faye Minton:
and treasurer, Cecil Vockrodt.
Announcements were made of
several activities which will close
the club year. Club members will
be guests aboard the dredge on
the afternoon of March 6" in Bal
boa harbor. On the afternoon of
March 29. 28 members will travel
to Jamaica for the Easter week weekend.
end. weekend. Both trips are a part of the
club's program to encourage
and give members the opportunity
to photograph local and foreign
activities and scenes.
The annual party which will be
held April 27 includes the annual
color slide exhibit by members for
which the winners are awarded
the club's special awards for pho
tographic achievements during
the year.
MARGARITA LEAGUE
Another 600 series was reeled
this week when Ed Spinney roll-
ed a 604 to be the fourth man to
join that select club this season.
But with this line series the Aces
could not take more than one
point from the Butler and son
team. This dropped them into a
tie for third spot. Spinney's high
single frame of 236 beat out Ho-
ean's Drevlous record m 2 pins.
The Post Office got back into
the running this week by tak taking
ing taking the league-leading Police
Ass'n. for four points. Gibson of
the post onice ronea a 558 se
ries to take high ClasTs C honors
for thfs week.
Wright Bros, moved up Into
a tie for first place by .taking
four points from the Elks, who
were already in a tie for first
place vlth the Police. Powells
moved up In, the standings by
takine three from the Naval
Station. Dougan of the Powe'.ls
team took high class B honors
bv rolling; a 541 series. With on
ly six points separating the
league-leaders and the cellar-
dwellers it is still anybody's race.
STANDINGS
Won Lost
Police Assn. ,.,..,
. 20 16
Elks 20
16
lfi
17
19
19
19
22
Wright Bros. .......... 20
Powells ...i... ........ 19
Aces ......'.... 17
Naval' Station '.. 17
Butler and Son ..17
Post Office .......... 14
WRIGHT BROS.
Hicks t,
Sanker
Reccia
Butz .
158
222
113
174
171
"838
30
159
178
155
168
177
"837
30
158 475

181 581iTurner

131 399 Cole .
161 503:Hoppe
152 500 Holder .
'Haberthier

Mitchell
783 2458!
30 90
868 867
ELKS
813 254S
X
Bartram
148 155 165
468
Rudy
192 165 167 524
Kraka

147141-152-440.

Blind .
Robinson
149 149 149 4471
n? 141 T75 &n
811 755 806 2372

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: '52 Mercury Man.
terrey 4-door wradio and O.D.
Call 86-5127.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
Super 88 four-door, hvdramatic,
radio, heater, $700. Call Balboa
2-6377.
FOR SALE: Beautiful red clas clastic
tic clastic Lincoln Continental valued
Stateside at $2500. Will trad
for late model car or $1500
cash. Phone Albrook 6223. See
at quarters 53-B.
FOR SALE: 1947 Willys Jeep.
Good condition. Phone 3-3282
Margarita, 8054-D.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker.
OD&R, safety inspected. Priced
to sell. Ancon 2-4367.
Red Cross
A sergeant In the midwest was
advanced money by tne Kea
Cross so he and his wife could
fly to Newfoundland where her
parents had been killed in an
accident. This was only one of
thousands or services given
members of the armed forces
and their families last year. Join
and serve to keep the Red Cross
on the job!
New Japanese
Ambassador
Received By Ike
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UPi!
president Elsenhower today
accepted the credentials of the
new ambassador from Japan,
Masayukl Tani, un d e r the
streamlined procedure adopted
since his heart attack.
Mr. Eisenhower signed official
credential papers sent to him by
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles. In the past, ambassadors
were received personally by the
President.
POST OFFICE
Judge
175
123
181
144
193
m
24
156
151
177
156
177
m
24
150
135
200
147
184
481
409
558
447
554
Devoll
Gibson
Brown
Hogan
816 2449
24 72
840 841 840 2521
POLICE
Guest
Cook
Tully
181
179
123
163
133
147
158
157
210
148
169
177
145
142
197
497
514
425
DeRaps
Martin
515
478
779 820 830 2479
ACES
. 138 .116
Halllday
McKeown
Stone
Stilson
Spinney
212
157
144
143
196
466
125
. 154
. 156
. 172
157
165
162
236
439
463
461
604
745 836 852 2433
BUTLER AND SON
Conover .
Brooks i
Tortorici
Stroop ;
Benson .
Wikingstad
149
166
161
158
169
189
176 134
158 139
199 166
179 159
S38
476
448
523
507
143
143
803
31
855
38
777 2435
31 100
834 893 808 2535
NAVAL STATION
146
182
1 188
92
188
149
158
183
191
150
184
144
168
180
138
479
484
539
463
796 831 814 2441
POWELLS
Bell
Ash
169
122
183
178
188
152
168
196
154
132
157
167
511
408
Eder
508
Dougan

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WaUoo-
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797
24
893
24
767 2457
24 72

FOR SALE

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE. Mala Pekinese dogs.
11th Street and Second Avenue
No. 108, San Francisco.
ORCHID COLLECTION (native
plants) and working equipment.
Fifty dollars. Leaving Isthmus,
Phone 2-6384, call after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: National HRO-50T
receiver with speaker, 25 r 60 60-cycle,
cycle, 60-cycle, $200; Collins 31 0-C-1
VFO, $25; Hunter "Band-It
20B" exciter (never used) $15;
National "Seleet-a-Ject" $8;
National MB40SL (never sd.
$9; golf clubs, 3 weeds, 8 irons,
$18; tennis racket $10; Rem-,
ington Rand portable typewriter
$25; Speed Graphic camera,'
Presi type 2'4x3'i, flash Mn Mn-and
and Mn-and accessories $100; miscella miscellaneous
neous miscellaneous ether amateur radio items,
etc. Phone Balboa 2-3132.
FOR SALE: Complete set of
"Book of Knowledge," books for
children, very good condition
and reasonable price. 083 1 Plank
Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house i El Valla en 23
acre. Concrete construction, twe
tiled baths, tiled kitchen, tiled
floors, twe bedrooms, hall, liv living
ing living room, two porches and car carport.
port. carport. Steel window frames, elec electric
tric electric plant, etc. Furniture includes
gas refrigerator, stove and hot
water heater, linens, dishes,
kitchenware, radio, record play player,
er, player, etc. Inspection any time,
Stewart Eagan, El Valla.
FOR SALE: Guadalupe section,
Boquete. 2-bedroom house, 600
square meter patie, beautiful
mountain view. Owner leaving
for States, must sell. Any reas reasonable
onable reasonable cash offer accepted.
Write Margaret Conlin, Bbquete.
FOR SALE OR RENT: On ac account
count account of net being able to attend
it: 5-hectarei farm, beautiful
country home, water, fruit trees,
15 minutes from city en Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway. Telephone 3 3-2756.
2756. 3-2756. FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin beat Cam Cam-plate
plate Cam-plate with accessories, 16-ft. by
6.6-ff. wide. Gatun 5-415.
VFW Field Day Set
Vifh Dance, EaJs
The Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Department of the Canal Zone,
wm nom tneir first Field Day start
ing at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday,
March 10, at the V.F.W. Post 38
35, Cocoli.
A Barbecue dinner will be serv
ed with free beer and sodas. There
will be games for children and oriz
es awarded to the winners. Music
Will K fllnnTntinl "am fl.AA
it in luiiiiaiicu nuin .w p. ill.
until 6:00 p.m. by "Blue Grass"
Erwin and his "Country Boys,"
The admission charge is $1.00
and children under 12 years of
age accompanied bv parents wi'l
ne admitted, free. There also wul
be a dance starting at 8:00 n.m
and the music will be furnished by
"Blue Grass" Erwin. Free door
prizes, will be presented at this
evening dance. The same ticket
purchased for the Field Day Bar Barbecue
becue Barbecue will admit the purchaser to
the evening dance without any
further charge.
The profits from this Field Day
will be used by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Department of the
Canal Zone, for various charitable
purposes. Tickets may be purch
ased from any V.F.W. Post on the
Isthmus or from any V.F.W. mem member.
ber. member. --
James II. Talboy
To Gol Docloralc
!n Physics Soon
James Henry Talboy, son of the
late Dr. James H. Talboy and
Mrs. Eva Talboy, and a graduate
of the canal zone Junior College,
will receive his doctorate in phy physics
sics physics March 17 from the Iowa
State College in Ames, Iowa. Mrs.
Talboy is employed at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. For his doctorate he majored In
experimental nuclear physics and
particularly in beta-ray and gamma-ray
spectroscopy.
Durins the nasf five vparn he

476has been employed on a part-time

basis in Ames by the Atomic Ener-

commission. After receiving!!

his

degree, he will be employed! I

by the Bendix Aircraft Co.
.FOB SALE:
1S51 auaea 8 OlaewetUe Dm
Sedan Duty paid Power
BrakM Shaded Glass Radio
WSW Tires Automatic Trans,
minion Guaranteed Can bo
financed Call Panama S-487.

FOR RENT

Apartment
ATTENTION G, 1.1 Just built
modern furnished atertmentt, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold wate.
Phone Pename 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including refrigerator, til tiled,
ed, tiled, all screened, good surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. Situated 112 Via Balitari
Perras near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments, 10th Street
No. 8061. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment en Via Perras Ne. 120,
beside Roosevelt Theater. Phone
3-5024. ..
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in exclusive "El Cangreje,"
with individual bathrooms, din.
ing-living room, maid's room
with bath,. FURNISHED includ including
ing including linens, dishes, etc.. Suitable
for diplomat. Telephone 2-0321
business hours, 2-3525 after
business hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, well located, cool end
quiet. Phone 3-0276, 3-081 1 r
La Miniature, No. 99 Peru Ave.
FOR RENT: Spacious twe-bed-room,
two-bath, screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living doom, dining teem,
garage and maid's quarters. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Campe Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ene-bedreom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Be Be-lisarie
lisarie Be-lisarie Porras,
FOR RENT: Completely well well-furnished
furnished well-furnished ena-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with private enfranc. Ave.
la El Carman, opposite Ne. 94.
FOR RENT
Rooms'
FOR RENT: lig and cool fur furnished
nished furnished rem, serosa A neon Pest
Office. Gentleman' nly. Phone
2-3020.
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FOR RENT
Ilouset

VACATION QUARTERS avail,
able April 30-June 30. Furnish Furnished,
ed, Furnished, brand new tww-bedreem
Apartment near Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Call 2-0899.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 2-story house, 2 bad-
rooms, living teem, dining room,
kitchen, bathroom. Oewnstair
has tile floors, bathrooms. Bex
442 Ancon, CZ.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
suitable for efftces, warehouses,
facing Stadium. Phene 3-61(8,
A Icides Garcia Cerree.
FOR RENT: Space appropriate
for office, beauty parlor, com commercial
mercial commercial business, etc., in new
concrete building named ''Mon ''Monterrey"
terrey" ''Monterrey" en Ave. Argentina, "El
Congreje" district. David F. do
Cestre. Ave. "B" Ne. 24. Phone
2-1616.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Property,
Santa Clara er Seacliff Acres,
with or without house. .Write
Bex 197, Balbea.
LESSONS
New ballroom dance classes are
now forming for Pre-teens, teen teenagers
agers teenagers and couplet. Private las las-sens
sens las-sens by eppointment only. Call
Balboa 2-4239 r Panama 3'
1660. HARNETT DUNN.
Position Offered
WANTED: Acceuntant with
' soma experience. Write f .0. Bex
1718, Panama, enclosing photo photograph
graph photograph and references.

Mrs. Josefina Molina de itarding, of: Parque Lefevre,
won first prize of $1,400.00 with ticket No. 176943,
corresponding to lottery drawing of February 19th
CART A VIE J A
CONTINUES TO PAY

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RESORTS

Cramlich'e Santa Clare Beach
Cottages.. Modern conveniences, ;
moderate rates. Phene Gamboa
6-441,
PHILLIPS r Oceensido Cottage,
Sent Clara, Box 435, Bolboe,
" "" -l 177, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrepners fumlsaod house en
beech et Santa Clare. Teleeheae
Thompson, Balbea 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. Oa mile
est Casino. Lew rets. Phene
lolbea IS6S.

"HELL'S ISLAND"
An exciting film in every action-packed frame,,.
Opening Wednesday March 7 at the LUX Theatre,"

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Only one of JOHN PAYNE'S troubles in "HELL'S IS ISLAND,"
LAND," ISLAND," arriving Wednesday, March 7 at the LUX Theatre,
is ruthless killer Francis L. Sullivan. The rugged Payne, en ensnared
snared ensnared in a danger-loaded search for a stolen ruby also con
tends with lovely but treacherous MARY MURPHY in Para Para-mount's
mount's Para-mount's VistaVision, Technicolor shocker set on a primitive
tropical Island, r : w-; 'T:-.ri: ; v.Advt.

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WANTED: A good cook Cood :
.eelary. Alberte Navarre Street I
N. 26 (El Cangrej). I
WANTED i Ceek.-experieneW.
Small family. Recommendation
and health card necessary. Apply
Ne. 12, Sonny Boy. Via fspana.
Phone 3-4359.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER wanted.
May take to U.S. later,, Laun Laundry,
dry, Laundry, cooking," cleaning, child child-care.
care. child-care. Koenig., 3-1679, 8111-B,
' Margarita. '. ;" ','

WANTED: Help to cook anel I
iron. 1 1th Street No. 10.100,
upstairs, New Cristobal, Colon.

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Tin Tan and Ana
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PRESIDENT OF PANAMA- : v
WILL VACATION IN EL VALLE
Panpi'g President, Mr. Rieardo- Aria, is planning to'
apend a ten day .vacation in El Valle. 14
During- his tay there he will take the opportunity or
ioiirlnj.many places in the interior on a visit of inspection.

$ybe!di To Hold l8" Mrs. Felix Polleri-Carrio gave
Open Moult- '.',. la dinner Thursday night. -.for a
On Sunday week, March 11, the-group of friends?-. -v ;
Governor of the Canal Zone and 1.- i1 ,
Mrs. John S." Seybold will hold an'fji" And Mrs; Richard Schtidtgg
open house in honor of the Exe-Hv Cirl
cutive Secretary of the Canal A little girl, born recently to Mr.
Zon and Mrs. Eugene C. Um- and Mrs. Richard Scheidegg of
bard at the Governor's house at.Gatun, at the Coco Solo Hospital.
Balboa Heights. The baby's name will be Susanne

The affair will be a farewell nar-
ty for the Lomhards who will be
leaving the Isthmus some time
this month,

No individual invitations havelNew Orleans, Louisiana and Da-

been issued for this affair but alliternal granaparents are Mr. and
friends of the Lombards both in I Mrs. Charles V. Scheidegg of Gat Gat-Panama
Panama Gat-Panama and the Canal Zone are un. j.
invited to attend. 1 - "-cX
, ,. Governor Of Colon ;
British Ambassador Feted In Ohio
And Mrs. Ian Henderson A reception was tendered re-
Return From Interior ;cently by Captain and Mrs, Lyle
The British Ambassador a n d Keepke for the Governor of Colon
Mrs.. Ian Henderson returned toiand Mrs. Jose Maria Gonzalez in
Panama City by air last Thursday (the Keepke residence, at U. S.
after an official visit to Da vidinaval Air Station in Columbus, O-
wher they were entertained by hio,
His Excellency the Gpvernor of!" V
Chiriqui and Senora de Sagel.-lMrs.' Jennie Stephens teaving
They also visited Almirante where! Mrs. Jennie Stephens will be
they were the guests of the ; Chi-leaving shortly for her new hbme

naiii Land Company
At Almirante they had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of meeting the British
Vice Consul and Mrs.' Stanton and

entertained His Excellency Donian'a Club gave a tea partv for

canos wavas. uovernor oi ine
Province, the Alcalde of Bocas del
Toro, the Commandant of' the lo-
cal National Guard. American re-i
presentatives of the Company and
the British Community.
Comptroller General r.
On LACSA Inagural Flight
The Comptroller General, of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Mr. Roberto Heurtematte
was one of the distinguished group
enplaning yesterday afternoon for

Puerto Kieo via laoa in ns ini
0nral flicht iMr. Howard Pumoellv .?

Mr Heurtematte will return!
with the group on- Monday.
Dinner For Minister
fit GnuArnment And Justice
A dinner was tendered recently

bv the Minister of uovernmenupelJy is at present, Chief of Army
and Justice, Don Alejandro Re-Missions in Managua, Nicaragua,
mon and Mrs. Remon. for the new I

Ambassador of Panama to Chile
and Mrs. Julio Valdes.
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Rabagos Leave i
The Ambassador of Spain and
the Condessa do Rabago left,
Wednesday for. their new post tn;
Beirut.
A larze croup of diplomats, high!
dignatanes and friends were at I
the Tocumen Airport to see them!
off.
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Embassy Dinner
The Ambassador of Uruguay

CARDS OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere appreciation to our many
friends for their kind expressions of sympathy during
our bereavement over the recent death of our beloved
wife and mother.
Mrs. ELLEN SINGH
Children:
. Varyan Singh, Husband.
r. Beatrice Singh de Sasso
John Rangit Singh

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Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas B. Wilson of
in Washington.
The Board of Directors and Hos
i pitality of the International Worn

Mrs. Stephens yesterday a"f t e r-iround the targets seem to have
noon at the home of Mrs. Ruthigotten smaller recently, and with

Gomez.
Mr, And Mrs. John Moses
Entertain

Mr. and Mrs. John Moses we.reing area on Rodman Naval Sta Sta-hosts
hosts Sta-hosts at a dinner Wednesday nightition.

at their home m El Cangrejo in

honor of the Misses. Maria and' Fort Gulick N.C.O. Wives
Hercilia Icaza. The dinner was a Hold Morning Coffee -farewell
party for the ladies who The Fort Gulick N.C.O. Wives'

are departing soon for Europe.
From Managua irJhe
( House Guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter R. Hunnicut of Colon
Mr. Pumpelly is the son of Col, I
James Pumpelly, former Co
rmandant of Fort Gulick. Col. Pum-
Mrs. Rafael Fuentes Arrives
Mrs. Rafael Fuentes, wife of the
Ambassador of Mexico arrived
yesterday by air to join her hus
band here,
No-Host (Party Honoring
The Leo C. cages
A no-host party honoring the
Leo C. Pages will be given tonight
by a group of dose friends at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Don-
ovao
The Leo C. Pages will be
ing the Isthmus on March 14
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Cristobal Emblem Club
Holds Social Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem club No
52 held their monthly meeting at
the Elks Home in Brazos Heights
Since the holidays" and Bazaars
are over, the discussion was on
new projects for the coming
months.' ;! ,;
Prizes were won bv J e a n n e
"Benson, Josephine Cahill, Marium
wnite Mary Liyingston.w M i d g e
Larrison, Jljlie, 5eccia j
The highlight, of the, evening was
a Deauimu silver dish presented
to anny Kaplan with inscription:
"Fanny Kaplan from the Officers
of 1955.
Those present were Midge Lar Larrison,
rison, Larrison, Geraldine Cellucci, Fanny
Kaplan, Marium White, Aibertha
Roth, Gertrude Allgaier. Tessie
Lowe, Jeanne benson,' Josephine
Cahill, Mary Livingston, Millie
Reccia, and Bernice Grier.
Delicious refreshmenti w e r e
served by the hostesses, Dotha
Cougher, and Tessie Lowe,
First American Round
Handicap Tournament
Scheduled For Sunday
The Jaguar Bowman's practice
shoots will be climaxed this Sun Sunday
day Sunday with their first American
Round hand lea p tournament.
Members are reminded that they
must have three American, Round
scores accredited in order to es establish
tablish establish a handicap. Awards will
be made to the top ; three scores
of the day.
Spectators are invited to attend
the shoot and watch the antics of
"Six Gold" Crabbe, "Steady Ted"
Anderson, ana on, noe Haver-
tv emoni' others. The snace
the pressure on, the shafts will be
flying true. i
' Where and. when? 2 p.m. Sun-
day, adjacent to the Lacona hous'
Cluh held a welcome and a fare-
well vuilic xucauaj' iiiuiiinig lit
the Bamboo Room of the N.C.O.
Club. The members took this op-l
portunity to bid farewell to four!
or their members, ladies who- are!
i ii ri.i. m... w:i f
leavini for the States. Mrs. Bil-
m-hie Pryor who left recently for Yu

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ma Test Station, Arizona; Mrs
Bruna Parisi, who left for Fort
Lewis Washington; Mrs. Carol
Hantkinson who is sailing March
3 for Camp Stewart, Georgia; and
(Mrs. Jean Falzarano who is also
sailing March 3 for Fort Riley,
Kansas.
Mrs. PaTisi was presented with
a linen tablecloth, and Mrsf Pry-
nr Mrs Kanlrinsnn and fvf r
! Falzarano were presented with
check from the members.
The guests were Mrs. Connie
Jones, Mrs. Jerry Workman, Mrs.
Jackie Beecroft, Mrs. Ann Lunds-
ford, Mrs. Divine Hartm an, Mrs,
leav-jAlice Stachowiak, and Mrs., Ma
rilvn Williams.
Members present were M r s,
Peggy Duncan, Mrs. Margaret El El-lis,
lis, El-lis, Mrs. Janis Finnegan, Mrs.
Daisy Gonzalea, Mrs. Clara Hoi Hoi-lenbaugh,"
lenbaugh," Hoi-lenbaugh," Mrs. Carbl Hankinson,
Mts. Candy Gardner, Mrs. Jessie
Hess, Mrs. Connie Hosking, Mrs.
Marcella Jacques, Mrs. Margo Li Li-zardi,
zardi, Li-zardi, Mrs. Carmen Lugo, Mrs.
Ruth Mangeh, Mrs. Lucille Marre Marre-ro,
ro, Marre-ro, Mrs. Carol Milne, Mrs. Mae
Plkey, Mrs. Louise Sanderson,
Mrs. Ursula Spence, Mrs. L i r r-raine
raine r-raine White, and Mrs. Joanna
York. :, ." ,.vt
Refreshmenti were served by
hostesses Mrs. Connie Hosking.
Mrs. Janis. Finneean. Mrs. Carol

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MRS. BETTY T. McMATH accepts her diploma from Col.
Peter S. Peca, Commanding Officer, Fort Clayton, at gradua graduation
tion graduation ceremonies of the Fort Clayton Distaff Council Mrs.
McMath was high scoring member of the group of twenty-five
women who completed the First Aid Course last week at
Fort Clayton,

UjA MOVIES TV i W0O.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA)I Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood TV's answer to Marilyn Mon Monroe
roe Monroe and old movies is a gorgeous
Miss Everything. Pat Sheehan's
got everything and in the right
places.:.. "...
. Pafs classy, .chassis with the
forward look popped in and out on
a Comedy Hour as no more than
a. whistle cue. But now she's the
first glamor babe ever signed to a
term contract by Hollywood
NBC-TV. r...v 4,
NBC boss Fat Weaver, he less,
sew her on his screen in New-York
end decided she was just the
scenery for the network,
Pat is 24, a divorcee and an
ex-San Francisco model wilh more
titles than Grace Kelly will have
after saying 'I do." She's been
Miss San Francisco, Miss .Milk
Maid, Miss World Trade, Miss Pan
American Airways, Miss Golden
Gate and, in the movies, Miss
Lovely to Look At in "Son of Sin Sin-bad"
bad" Sin-bad" and "Guys and Dolls,"
Still Only whistle bait on NBC
shows,. Pat's livin it, up! So are
NBC's Romeos, Pat's been patted,
kissed and squeezed on camera by
Peter Lawford, Paul Gilbert, Dean
Martin, Jerry Lewis, Robert Cum Cum-mings
mings Cum-mings and Milton Berle.
There's a Ik about grooming her
for bigger roles. Dramatic lessons.
etc. But right now NBC's casting
directors are keeping Pat so busy
in TV clinches she hardly 1 has
time to straighten her lipstick.
Hollywood, original. Mr. Creep
Peter Lorre is leering it up
again.
Ee ws the genial, amtising. tek
low he is in a couple of recent
movies, but he's back on the "Most
Wanted" 'Villain list these days in
xv casung ouices.
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Lorre Prefers comedy but shrugs,
"How can you turn down money?"
Rehearsine a CBS-TV cm mnv fihnii

he grinned: "At least TV is giving
me a cnange ot pace. Once in a
wnne i get to play a cute creep.
TV sponsors like that kind."
After 4all these years Lorre be became
came became famous in the early 30's as
the baby killer in the film "M"
he still shrinks when his presence
makes kids scream and women
faint. Aa he's always said:
"I have the most harmless face
In the world. Some comedians I
know look more like killers than
I do."
Channel Chatter: Medic star
Richard Boone will direct, three
"Frontier" telefilms. Bet evervone
ducks when he yells "Cut" v
Eva Gabor brought her own light lighting
ing lighting when she guested with Johnny
Carson on CBS. Her 15 carat dia diamond
mond diamond ring lights up the sky. "Yes,
doll," she told me, "I bought it
myself."
, Barry Nelson's still wearing that
crew cut of his "My Favorite 'Hus 'Husband"
band" 'Husband" TV series despite the 1897
period in which he landed for the
Ginger Rogers movie, "The First
Traveling Salpslady.",
''The studio thought the heir cut
wouldn't fit the period," he's
chuckling, "but : I convinced 'em
by showing them a photograph of
Teddy Roosevelt."
Barry's shedding no tears over
the demise of the TV stanzas say saying:
ing: saying: "After two years we were
running out of plots and' my role
was disintegrating.",
About his role with Ginger: "It's
a good romantic part. It's laughs
without turning the guy Into an
idiot."
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OPENING
TUESDAY,
MARCH 6

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MTIIGS
Frh notice for Inclusion 1b Dili
column ihatild ubmitled In type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one ot
the box numbers listed daily in "So.
cil md Otherwise." or delivered
b.e hand to the office. Notice of i
meetinp cannot bt accepted by tele- I
phone.
Fort Clayton Distaff Council
Holds Meeting
The "Fort Clayton Distaff Coun Council
cil Council held a general meeting in com-1
bination with graduation ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies at Fort Clayton Theater num number
ber number one, recently., Twenty five
women from the post received di diplomas
plomas diplomas from Colonel Peter S. Pe Peca,
ca, Peca, Commanding Officer, signify signifying
ing signifying completion of the First Aid
Course sponsored by the Council.
Graduate of the twenty-two hour
course received instruction in the
treatment of snake bites and.
shock, in medical'planning, and in'
civil defense. Emphasis was plac placed
ed placed on the application of the back
pressure, arm lift system in ad administering
ministering administering artificial respiration.
The course, taught by Mrs. Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte B. Kennedy, qualified the
students as full-fledged distaffcrs.
Highest score on the final exa examination
mination examination in recent years was a a-chieved
chieved a-chieved by Betty T. McM a t h.
Mrs. McMatch scored 98 out of a
possible 100 points.
The graduates' were welcomed
by Mrs. Joseph R. Walton, who
succeeds Mrs. Irving S. Robinson
to the Presidency of the distaff
Council. Other officers participat-i
ing in their first meeting as elect elected
ed elected Vice President, and NCO Vice
President Mrs. Thomas J. Wil-;
liams, who retains the post she
held in 1955.
The graduates were Ivonne Al-r
lison, Martha L. Anderson, Betty
L. Barrasso, Mary L. Bayer, Jew-!
ell I. Bryant, Grace H. Bowers,
Margaret B. Capps, Helen C.
Cox, Margot L. Cranford, Ruby
Galloway, Velia Gonzalez, Phyllis
Al. Haack, L. Jeaneue Hall, Irene
Knight, Dorothy A. Lane, Betty
T. McMath, Jeanne Miller, Eva
Moore, Norma Helene Price.-Tere-;
sa Sanjurjo, Lllen Saxon, K. Eli Elizabeth
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luill Grown Bulls To Be
Used Here For First Time
In 40 Years; Sellout Sure

By DAVE CONSTABLE
For the first time in 40 years, Isthmian aficionados
ill see a bullfight involving four to five-yeor-old bulls and
full-fledged matadors.
Spain's greatest living bullrighter Luis Miguel Do Do-mingum,
mingum, Do-mingum, who has a way with brave bulls and feminine
hearts alike, is scheduled to perform at La Macarena bull bullring
ring bullring Sunday on one of the last stops of his Latin Ameri American
can American tour.
Alternating with Doming tun Sunday will be Alfonso
(Calecero) Ramirez, one of Mexico's outstanding bull bullfighters
fighters bullfighters who has gained fame both at home and abroad
as an expert "matador de toros."

A 29-year-old "veteran" of the
bullring, Dominguin today de denied
nied denied reports which quoted him
as saying he would retire from
the ring at the end of his cur current
rent current tour.
Dominguin said he will go
from here to Mexico for one
or more engagements and then
(o Guatemala before going
back to Spain where he is
scheduled to make a movie.
Filming he said, will begin in
June.
'He has participated In so
many corridas that he has lost
count. However, he calculates
the number between 800 and 900
bullfights.
.The young mataaor wno
fought his first "novillada" at
the age of 10, became a full full-fledged
fledged full-fledged matador at 14 when he
fought his first full-grown Dun
Irl a Bocota bullring.
Dominguin savs he has been
Injured seriously three times in
addition to suffering? five or six
"plnchazos" (superficial inju
Baseball's Merkle
67, Dies Al Heme
DAYTON A BEACH, Fla.. Mar.
3 (UP) Fred Merkle. who ap appeared
peared appeared in five World Series but
never lived down one of base baseball's
ball's baseball's clpsslc "boners." died yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the age of 67.
The former major league first
baseman succumbed at his home
here, where he had lived in vir virtual1
tual1 virtual1 seclusion for the last 30
years.
Markle was In the majors from
1907 to 1926. playing witn tne
New York Giants the Brooklyn
Dodgers, the Chicago Cubs and
the New York Yankees.
After serving as a player-coach
with the Yankees In 1926, he re retired
tired retired to Daytona Beach, convinc convinced
ed convinced that the baseball world never
would forgive a "boner" he com committed
mitted committed In 1908.
However, in 1950 the Giants
brought Merkle bnck to the Polo
Grounds for an Old-Timers' Day
celebration, it was his first trip
to New York In 24 years and he
was given a warm reception by
fans both young and old.
TooSv Bncnnfo ,35o- .20
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. "SEVEN ANGRY MEN"
Diana Dors, In
"WEAK AND THE WICKED"
;ToaVv,. IDEAL ,20 10
"ABBOTT COSTELLO
j MEET THE MUMMY"
Tony Curtis, in
"JOHNNY DARK"

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BRAVE MEXICAN BULLS

MATADORS:

ALFONSO RAMIREZ CALESERO
nd t
LUIS ITGUEL DOMIIStUIN

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ries) during his 19 years of bull bullfighting.
fighting. bullfighting. La Macarena will probably
be the smallest bullring at
which Dominguin has ever
performed. A sellout crowd is
expected to witness tomorrow's
corrida, since tickets on sale
at Hotel El Panama and at
the bullring were almost ex ex-hausted
hausted ex-hausted at press time today.
The bulls to be used tomorrow
were expected to arrive here
from Mexico this afternoon.

Allsnlic, Pacific
Soflballers Meet
Softball popularity In the Canal
-tone is grtwing yearly as attest
ed by the number of teams and
spectators watching the contests
For years the Pacific side of the
Isthmus has had several Softball
leagues in progress during the dry
season. Much fun has been had by
players and onlookers. The desire
for at least one league on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side grew. A meeting of soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball minded fellows matrialized, a
league was formed, and the six
teams in the Atlantic side softball
league have been playing daily
games on the Cristobal grounds.
With the rebirth of softball on
the Atlantic side came the chal challenge
lenge challenge by some residents of the Pa Pa-cif
cif Pa-cif coast for games. The chal chal-lengue
lengue chal-lengue was accepted.
On Saturday evening, March 17.
in the Mt. Hope stadium, Coach
Bill De La Meters stickmen will
meet Paul Mosers soflballers in a
double-header under the lights. Ma Many
ny Many softball fans have expressed
their wishes to see the game play played
ed played nt night, Here, then, is their
chance to watch some fine softball
played in the evening.
De La Mater has at his disposal
some boys who have long played
the game. Louis Dedeaux, short shortstop
stop shortstop for the Pacific side entry,
can hit the long ball. De La Mater
himself is quite a fielder and Bill
has overcome any pitching prob problems
lems problems that may arise in the course
the two games by securing the
services of two right good pitch pitchers.
ers. pitchers. Fritz Cheney has
been pitching in the Canal hzene
about as long as the game has
been played here and will go in
lone of the games. Strong-armed
Lou Hilzinger can heave a difficult
ball to belt and will be De La Me Meters
ters Meters number one call any time
the going gets rugged.
Moscr's Atlantic side Universal
Sports team has its share of dia diamond
mond diamond standouts. Arnold Manning,
Luke Palumbo, and Tom Brian ran
swat the ball for extra bases Ray
Simons and Edmund Tome, two
tolerably good pitchers, will bet the
call to serve 'em up from the
pitchers mound.
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BHS Trounces Lucky Strike
To Cop Pacific Twiloop Title

FINAL SFRIES STAXIMNT.S
' Won Lost
Balboa High School ... 2 0
Lucky Strike 0 2
Friday's Result
High School 8, Lucky strike 4
Coach Paul Karst's Balboa
High School team defeated Luc
Ky Strike 8 to 4 Fridav niaht at
tne Baidoa stadium to win th
Pacific Twilight League 1956
cnampionsnip.
An eight-run spluree in the
top of the fourth erased a Luckv
bt-riKe one-run lead tnat had
been held since the first inning
and the School boys coasted to
an easy win over the defending
champions.
Halman scored the loser's first
run in the first inning, scoring
from third on a wild pitch by
Bob Hamilton, High School
starting pitcher.
uaiDoa High Iced the game In
the fourth sendine thirteen men
to the plate and when the dust
nad cleared tne School boys had
eight runs in. Lem Klrkland on
the mound for Lucky Strike
coma have been out of the in
ning with only one run in but
loose play and mental errors by
his teammates kept him in hot
water and he was relieved by
Webb Hearne after six runs had
oeen scored.
Hearne gave up two hits and
two walks to run the High School
total to eight and Jim Dunbar
came in to put out the fire and
hold the High School scoreless
the rest of the wav. Sine-IP hv
cicero, iiotz, Frevch, Wall and
Danny Winkloskv hiirhliirMpri
me Disr innine
u- i
uuity otriKe neia witnout a
Dase nit until the sixth pushed
across a run in the fourth on
two Hieh School errors nnrt o
sacrifice fly and started a short short-ived
ived short-ived rally in the fifth and sixth
inning hut Wavne Wall wn
equal to the occasion and al
though getting In trouble on
bases on balls throughout, Wall
was tougn in the clutch.
Lucky Strike, in last dit.rh
rally in the sixth, scored two
runs after two were out but Wall
got Carlin on strikes with the
bases loaded to kill the threat
Hearne was nicked by a pitch,
Halman walked and Chase sin-
giea to load the bases. Manager
Larry Jones singled to score
Hearne and Halman and Ririirp
walked to load the bases the sec second
ond second time in the inning. Carlin
worked Wall to a 3 and 2 count
and then got caught looking at
a strike for the final out of the
inning. Ed Klrchmier pitched
the seventh and retired the side
in order to give the High School
the championship.
Tim Hotz. hard work no- "Rnl-
boa High back ston was thp
leading batter of thp game with
two nits in tnree trips to the
plate.
The box core:
High School
Ab R II
.321
Po
1
1
1
3
1
12
n
2
0
0
0
Cicero, cf
Scott, 3b
2
3
4
4
0
1
Winklosky, ss .
rteyes, irj
Magee, If
Hotz. c .........
French, rf
Sutherland. 2b .
Hamilton, p ....
Wall, p
Kirchmler, p ...
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
4
3
2
n
3
0
Luckv Ktrik
Halman. c ...... 2 2
unase. lf-2b-3b ..4
Tones, cf i, 2
Ride, rf 2
Carlin, lh 2
Dunbar, 2b-p .... 4
Herbert, 3b ...... 2
Huldquist, 2b .... 2
'fosik. ss ........ 2
Virkland. n ..... n
Hearne, p-lf ..... 0
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Score Bv Innlnrs
T-ucky. strike 100 102 04
Balboa High 000 800 x 8.
Winning nitcher: Wall. Loser:
virk'and. $trirr out hv WpII !)
irrvirpirr 2, Kirklnd Pun-
, ?n bfl'1s: Hamilton
I r Wall 7, Kirklnnrt Hearne 2
etchers' rppord: Wall rim 2
:hts in 5 innlnss: Hamilton
run o hit in lnnln- Kirk Kirk-iland
iland Kirk-iland 8-runs 5 hits in a' 2-S in.
inffs: Hearne 2 runs 2 hits in
0 lnninrsf Dunbar o runs 2 hits
'n ? 1-3 innlnR. Ht bv pitcher pitcher-Hesrne.
Hesrne. pitcher-Hesrne. bv Wall. UmDires: Mohl
and corrlran. Scorer: -Mead
Time: 2:45.
Along The Fairwovs
LADIES DAY AT FT. DAVIS
On Wednesday the play was
medalist and putts. Jean Stirewalt
took low net with 69 and Louise
Johnson had low putts with 13 for
nine. v
A flag tournament will bt
play for next week.
the
There were new farp l i,v.
lesson3 this week. That brings the
tuiHi up 10 ten so iar. we hope to
hav more of you girls take ad advantage
vantage advantage of this opportunity.
Again a reminder all ladies with
current handicaps at Ft. Davis
Golf Club are eligible to comDetp
in the Club Championship Hpndi-
cap tournament Deginning March
5. Qualifying rounds must be play played
ed played in thraesomes: March 2, 3 and
1 4. No practice rounds jn qualify-
int Antra ii4il oftAH vrmm W A..
aig uoja uniu aici juu llMVC lUril
t ? td ..in-out,. fi
HnnriinQnc .t't Vi t.cnA na nf
f ; r irsi. mis win De a mil nandicap
tournament.

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PLAY TONIGHT Mario Llamas (top), the Mexican Jumping
bean, who has delighted the crowds of tennis fans who have
flocked nightly to the International Tennis Championships at
the El Panama, will meet Sid Schwartz of New York In the
first match of this evening's play, starting at 7:45 p.m.. The
winner of this semi-final round, match will meet top-seeded
Tom Brown of San Francisco in the men's singles. finals at
approximately 6 p.m. Sunday evening following the Dominguin
bull-fight. Spectators are urged to come early this evening to
enable thm to see this entire thrilling match which pits the
hard-hitter (Schwartz) against an outstanding net player (Lla (Llamas)
mas) (Llamas) in what is rated as a toss-up. Shirley Fry (bottom) rates
as a favorite in her final .round match with Mexico's Yola Ra
mirez, which is scheduled to follow the Llamas-Schwartz semi semifinal.
final. semifinal. Miss Fry, the U.S.'s No. 1 amateur woman nlaver. has

treated Panamanians to the

yasi, uuee uignis. miss Kamirez, coionui and ever-trymg,
should give her famous opponent much competition with her
fine service, sharp net game and strong' backcourt retriving.

Mexico Vs. U.S. In Finals

Of Women's Singles Tonight

H will be Mexico vs the United
States in the finals of the women's
singles event tonight in the first
annual El Panama International
Tennis Championships as Shirley
Fry, the No. 1 seeded U. S. play
er ,-and Yola- Ramirez of 'Mexico
city won theu semi-final round
tests last night at the El Panama
Hotel tennis courts before a capa capacity
city capacity crowd. ,.. r
Miss Ramirez edged nut Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Watman Levine of Chicago in
tti exciting contest 6-1, 8-6. After
dropping the first set, Miss Levine
played exceedingly well from the
backcourt to run up a 5 to 3 lead.
With al indications pointing to a
thirl set, Miss Levine faltered on
her service, making four errors.
Two of these errors were double
faultS. V:-:'-';-:'' V
Miss Ramirez and Miss Lejiine
then battled hard from the base baseline
line baseline to break each other's serve to
make it 6 all. Ramirez a gain
broke through her opponents'
serve to get the add, game. With
the score thirty love against her,
th colurful Mexican player rail rail-lied
lied rail-lied for four straight points and
victory.
The match was by far the most
outstanding of the three day old
tournament and both players were
given a thunderous rovation on
leaving the court. In the final a a-nlysis,
nlysis, a-nlysis, Miss Ramirez' game was
too steady during the crucial sec second
ond second set, and Miss Levine's net
tame tailed to back up her beau-
uiui Daseiine strokes
en s match, Miss Fry, St. Peters-
ocrf, na. was just too strong in
all departments for her rival,

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top brand of tennis during the'
Karol Fagcros of Miami, and
she won easily 6-9, 61. Miss Fa.
gcros played a fine consistent
game, but lhe top U. S. woman
amateur made placement after
placement from the forecourt
-as well as the backenurt.-'-'-
In tonight's finals between Miss
rry and Miss. Ramirez, the U.S.
piayer will be favored but the
Mexican player should make her
opponent go all out to achieve the
victory. i.
In the men's doubles finals to tonight
night tonight the teams of Bob Howe
(Australia) and Sid Schwartz
(New York) will meet the t o p
Seeded Mexican U.S. team of
Mario Llamas (Mexico City) and
Tom Brown (San Francisco). j
Brown Llamas defeated Gait
Koen Hie (Indonesia) and Major
Art Drcyer, U.S. Air Force 6-3,
6-1. The slashing play of Brown
coupled with the touch shots of
Llamas proved too much for their
opponents, who played well at the
beginning of the match but could
not meet the increased tempo of
play exhibited by the powerful
Brown-Lkmas combination.
The big thrill of the ..evening
for the spectators was the great
mixed doubles duel won 1 nthree nthree-long
long nthree-long sets by Ramirez-Llamas o o-ver
ver o-ver Levine-Brown, 7-5, 3-6, 7-5.
For two hours the two top men
players with their fine women
partners used every shot ; they
had in an attempt to gain semi-final
round victory.
Levine-Brown seemed to have
th.mateh wwm - tre 4hird - aet
The;
orone mrougn Llamas serve
long deuce game to take a
4 advantage. With Brown's
in a
5 to

Annual Balboa

Relays Slated
For March 23
The seventh running of the
Balboa Relays will be held on
the evenlnz of March 23 at Bal
boa Stadium. This meet annual
ly climaxes the track and field
season for the Interscholastlc
League, and as often as not is
also the one big one for the mil
itary teams.
This king-sized track and field
carnival has become a regular
fixture on the local scene and is
eagerly looked forward to each
year by the runners. Jumpers,
and weightmen; to say nothing
of the hundreds of spectators
who attend.
Snonsored bv the Student As
sociation of Balboa High School,
the meet Is under the direction
of the Bulldosr track coach, John
Fawcett. Anyone Interested in
getting more information on the
Relays can contact Fawcett at
the Balboa Gymnasium.
The first two years or tne
meet, 1950 and '51, there were
no team championships decided.
It was strictly an individual af
fair such as the Interscnoiastic
League conducts in their confer conference
ence conference meet now. Starting with
the 1952 Relays the team ele element
ment element was added.
The Bulldogs of Balboa Hlgn
were rather ungracious hosts in
that year as well as in 1953. win win-nine
nine win-nine the team trophy both times.
Thev are the only team to ac
complish this so far. In 1954 the
Athletic Club won the meet oy
the ereatest m argln, 10 points,
that any team has ever won by,
while the 1955 finish was the
closest of them all. Last year it
was the VS. Army with 24 points,
Balboa High 22, and Albrook 20.
Albrook and Baiooa win De
back to renew their struggle for
the honors in 1956. but from all
Indications the Army will go un unrepresented
represented unrepresented this year. This is in
deed a shame after their fine
showing in past years. The Ath
letic Club will have a stronger
team than usual, but it is doubt
ful if it will be as potent as the
aggregation of 1954. It is anti anticipated
cipated anticipated that Cristobal High will
be well represented, and the
Balboa Boys Club will have a
full team.
big serve coming up it looked. like
the U. S. conbination was in com command.
mand. command. A grat desplay of net play
at this time by Llamas, plus stea steady
dy steady return of service by Miss Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez of Brown fine, exnabled the
Mexican pair to break Brown's
serve right back. This was not
done, however, before Brown-Le
vm nad worKea up xo maun
point.
Winning this last ditch game
seemed to give Ramirez-Llamas
an added spurt of energy and they
ran out the remaining two games
for the match. Miss Ramirez won
her service on four straight points,
and Miss Levine's serve was bro
ken without too mucht rouble.
Both men gave an .exhibition of
tennis at its finest and the matcn
will be remembered .for many
vears bv the spectators who stay
ed until one in the morning to see
the final outcome. Few of the
crowd of over 800 left before the
match was decided. The g i r 1 s,
both exceedingly tired after their
rough semi-final rpund encounter
earlier in the evening, displayed
fine tennis in support of their bnl
Liant partners as well as courage
and endurance.
In the other match last night
Schwartz and Howe bad to put
on the pressure to defeat Rey Rey-naldo
naldo Rey-naldo Garrio (Cuba) and Lon Lon-nie
nie Lon-nie Jordan (Montgomery, Ala.)
in i semi-final doubles match,
6-3, 3-6, 6-0. The youthful Garri Garri-do's
do's Garri-do's fine serving was the fea feature
ture feature of this match, but the fa fa-vored
vored fa-vored team of Schwartz Garri Garri-do
do Garri-do had too many guns for their
nnnnnpntft.
Luis Dominguin, noted Spanish
bulllfighter, was introduced to the
audience bv Richard Eisenman,
who explained that the finals of
the men s singles ana me mixea
doubles would be played early
Sunday evening, following Domin Domin-quin's
quin's Domin-quin's performance at La Macare
na. The matches win stan ai ap approximately
proximately approximately 6 p.m.
, Last Night's Results:
Semi-finals w 0 m e n's singles:
Fry defeats Fageros 6-0, 6-1; Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez defeats Levine 6-1, 8-6,
Semi-finals men's doubles: Llamas-Brown
defeat Ganc Dreyer,
6-3, 6-1. Schwartz-Howe defeat Ga-rrido-Jordan,
6-3, 3-6, 6-0.
Semi-finals mixed doubles: Lla
mas-Ramirez defeat Browns- Le Levine
vine Levine 2-5, 3-6, 7-5.
Tomorrow Night's Matches:
7:45 p.m. Semi-finals men's sin
gles, Llamas vs Schwartz.
8: 45 p.m. Finals women's sin singles:'
gles:' singles:' Fry vs Ramirez,
9:45 p.m.: Finals mcnX doubles:
Llamas-Brown vs Schwartz. ;
10:45 p.m.: Semi finals mixed
doubles: Fry-Howe vs Fageros Fageros-Schwartz.
Schwartz. Fageros-Schwartz.
STANDS UP.
Chapel Hill, N.C. (NEA)
The career scoring record of 1322
points set by North Carolina s
Al Lifson during 1S52 55, will
stand for another season, Capt.
Jerry Vayda's run at that mark
fell short this season.
GOPHER CHAMPS
St. Petersburg. Fla. (NEA)
The St. Louis Cardinal pitching
starricd-the-NatlonarLcagtte'-"in
allowing home runs last season
the Card hurlcrs feeding 185 four four-base
base four-base pitches to the opposition.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standing Feb. 29)
W L GB
Coco Solito Cub. 1 0
Mutuaj o f Omaha .... 1 0
Coco Solo Braves ..... I 0
Coca Cola Bottlers ... 0 1 Vi
Mbrland Pirates 0 1 Vi
Police pals 0 1 Vi
The Coco Solito Cubs oDened
the League's second half on
Monday afternoon by handing
the Coca Cola Bottlers a 13 to 9
defeat.
Although each team was only
able to produce four hits, ths
wildness of the twirlers allowed
a total of 22 runs.
Mario Villamarzo was the win
ning pitcher, this being his sec-
ond win of the season, while
Larry wilder tooK tne loss.
George Patton and Al Lugo each
had doubles, the only extra base
nits of the game.
The box score:
Coca Cola Bottlers

Ab R II
2 10
10 0
2 1 1
3 2 1
3 3 1
111
i- 0 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
10 0
0 1 O
10 0
1 0 0
21 9 4

L. Wilder, p ...
Cotton, c .....
Stohrer, If
D. Wilder, lb
W. Dockery, 3b
Taber, rf
Burns, ci
Crouch, cf
Cronan
Totals
Coco Solito Cubs
Patton, If ..321
EUzey.ss ...... 3 2 0
Quinn, 3b 3 10
Camacho, c 3 2 0
Lopar, lb 2 10
Villamarzo, 2b-p 3 1 0
Davenport, rf .......... 1 2 1
Alley, cf 0 1 0
Lugo, p-2b '.... 1:1 2
Totals
21 13 4
'A' Co. Soflballers
Earn Playoff Berth
Companv "A. 723d Ordnance
battalion, swept through an eight
game schedule at Fort Gulick to
cop the Atlantic Area softball
championship and a berth in the
Panama Area playoffs.
Led by pitcher Ed Boone and
slugging outfielder Jack Ferguson,
the Ordnance nine registered wins
over 3d battalion, 33d Infantry
764th AAA battalion; 7406th AU;
and a Fort Gulick officers team.
The winning squad went undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated in the double round-robin tourn-ey,.....,.,,-,.,,
.,..,..: i,.:,..:
Their win at Fort Gulick quali-
fies the-team for a spot in com.
intr Panama npoa nlav ihorliilBrl
for March 1 through March 6.
Manager John Seibert plans to
start Boone in the first game of
the Command championships a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Fort Kobbe. The Atlantic
Area-Fort Kobbe tilt will be the
first contest in a double elimina elimination
tion elimination playoff.
The Ordnance nine is scheduled
to host the winner of the Fort Clayton-Quarry
Height' game on Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Action will take place at Fort
Gulicks Special Service diamond
tt 2 p.m.
In addition to Boone, Manager
Seibert has John Ares and Joe Ford
lined up to share pitching chores,
remainder of the team includes
Ferguson at left, Si Tesch at cen center,
ter, center, Harry Thompson in right,' Jack
Aldrich behind the plate, Gerald
Lindley on third, Tom Gafferty at
short and Carmine Cozelino at sec second."
ond." second." Handling utility roles are
Doug Moroz, Henry Martin, Art
Anderson and Bill Pompilii. Jack
Carlson is serving in the dual role
of coach-first baseman.
-f
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Score By Innlnjs
Bottler 413 019 4
Cubs 508 Ox 3 4

The Morland Pirates outhit
the Omaha team ten to threa
but took the short end of a 10
to 5 ball game played on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon. Although the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates hit, they were unable to d
much run scoring until the sixth,
when they put across three tal tallies.
lies. tallies. Bud Walnio pitched well by
keeping the hits scattered and
so chalked up his second win ol
the season. L. j. Christoph was
charged with the loss.
Richie Chin had his big day at
bat with a double and two sin singles.
gles. singles. Green with a double and a
single and Hllty with two scin-
gies nn wea in a losing cause.
The box score:
Mutual Of Omaha Ab
Bath, lb 4
Field, c 3
Wainio, p .............. 2
Billlson, cf 2
Rudy, cf n
R H
1 1
jTobin, 3b-.:.' 4
ueaais, rr i
Wilson, rf i
Burza, 2b
Rol. Lum, 2b ........... 0
Reg. Lum. ss I
Sanders, If 2
Seeley, If ......... i
Totals
22 10 3
Pirates
Chin, If 4 i 3
Hulka, c ........... 4 1 o
Sanchez, cf-lb ......... 4 0 2
Drohan, ss ............ 4 l o
Green 3 h a
Ebdon, lb .3 0 1
Herschf ield, rf 2 0 0
L. Christoph, rf 2 a 0
Hllty, 2b 2 2 2
Hickey, 2b l n 0
L. J. Christoph. n 1 n a
Scheidegg, p n o
Totals
32 B 10
Mutual 110 202-10- 3
Pirates i 010 103 5 10 2
The Coco Solo Braves started
off their second half pennant
march on Wednesday afternoon
when they defeated the Police
Pals by a score of J to 0.
It was the same old story of
too much pitching, with Brian
Lutz once again coming through
with a one hitter. 1
Only Keith Kenway solved the
puzzling portsider when he drove
one to the fence for a double.
His effort was In vain however,
as he died on base.
While Lutz was picking up his
sixth win of the season, Coffin
was losing his first start. Tom
Ravesi and Larry Leon turned
in neat performances in the
field.
The box score:
Braves
Ab R II
iPas', rI 7 i i
:ltll:l'lu 'V U U
Lutz, p ....... 4
Hytenin. lb 3
GasklU, 3b ............. 1
r..
Ravesi, cf 3
.rtciu, 2b ............. 2
Peters, ss 1
Messimer, 'f 2
McFarlin, If ........... 0
Hayes, If 0
Totals
24 7 5
. Police Pals
Bialkowskl, c 2
Leon, lb-lf-p 3
Kenway, sj ............ 3
Egger, 3b .............. 3
Carpenter. 2b .......... 1
Cooper, rf 2
Joenbloed, p ..; I
Brayton, cf ............ 1
Orr, cf 0
Coffin, p-lb ............ 1
Smith, cf 2
- Totals
19 0 1
Score By Innings
Braves 313 0007 5 0
Police 000 000-0 1 0
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JR.P. Motorcyclists To Make

Long Trip To Guatemala City

By HARRY CRAYSON
ST. PETERSBURG, F 1 a.

(NEA) Mclvin Frcdcrcck Ncl

son is tiie annuai spring "i y

Cobb oi tne baseball schools in
the Tampa Bay area witn the;

Cardinals at Al Lang Field on'

the St. Petersburg waterfront. j

Bui oaseoall men who have been

ing village contend that younglPanam' representatives at thej
Aiel Aeiaon Has two strikes oai convention of Central American

him betore he starts, he tnrows : motorcycle ciuos in ouatemala IV
lea-nandcu, you see, ana Batsi'y 8re ready to roar away from

rieht. ana olutimers simple dohliranama. u,y mursaay morning.

u&e that Kina, aitnouga uity tau-

by
JOE WILLIAMS

A trio of young men who will be

not tell you precisely why.

All they know is that in all the

long history of the game only

tuice leu-nana tnrowers couia nit

anyuiing more tnan a iick oaituig

rignt-handea. 1 ncy were Hat
Cuasc, wno wounu up an illustri illustrious
ous illustrious career unci tr a tiouii lmmeu lmmeu-laiely
laiely lmmeu-laiely alter World Waf 1: Kube

Bressler, who pitcheu anu piayuti

tne jutiiela ana lirst base tor
tne Keus ana uougers until t u e

early 1930 's; and johnny cooney,

sunuany versatile. He wound uu

his- major league career a dozes

years ago.

The contention seems to be that

while a right-hand thrower can

hit lefl-hanueu quite natuiallv, it

just doesn't wort out the otner

way arouna, ana the records most
certainly back this up. '&o the St.
Louis brass wisii someone n a d

turned Nelson around when

lirst pickea up a bat.

Felipe Cazabon Jr., Antonio Vi Vi-suetti
suetti Vi-suetti and Alonso Bonilla are the

daring R. P. representatives whoi
will try to be the first local mo I

torbikers ever to perform this
feat.
Tht group will travel alonq
tha Pan-Amtrican Highway wifh
San Jo$ (Costa Rica) fhtir ini initial
tial initial top-ovtr point on their way
to tha eonvantion. They w 1 1 1
have plenty of time to arrive in
San Jose 'and spend several
days in the Costa Rican capital
before departing for Managuj
(Nicaragua).

The trio will be joined in San

Jose by members of various Cos Costa
ta Costa Rican motorbike clubs. The

cnlargened group will leave Snn

Jose March 17 and is scheduled to
arrive in Managua by March H'
and will remain' there unlit the
following day when they will 'eave

he for Tegucigalpa (Honduras). :

More motorcycle enthusiasts will

If I were an owner, I'd givegom tne group at Tegucigalpa

nin noft for Nelson rieht now if vncre they are scheduled to ar

he batted left-hanaed,' says Fred rive by March 21. From there the

Hutchinson.

Joe Mathes says that all Nelson

has to do to be a big ballplayer
is hit good pitching.

-V,

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK (NEA) -The

strange thing about the sport of
hockey, is that if the game isn't a
hot item in New York City where
just about everybody never owned
a pair of kates then it suffers
elsewhere aYound the circuit. This
includes National Hockey League
towns such as Montreal, Toronto
and Boston, where ice is common.
This year, New York's Rangers
headed for their, first Stanley Cup
playoff berth since 1950 and every everybody
body everybody in hockey was making more
money than can be counted.
The situation also points out one
of the best investments made in
sports in a long time. That would
be the $10,000 contract Gen. John
Reed Kilpatrick and Madison
Square Garden handed Phil Wat Watson,,
son,, Watson,, the new coach, at the start
of this season. v
Watson, who readily admits to
being the most domineering man
in tne game, whipped the Rang Rangers
ers Rangers right form the start. As the
Blues climbed, so did the at attendance.
tendance. attendance. In the 1954-55 season,
the fifth place Rangers drew a lit little
tle little over 300,000 customers. This
year the final total is expected to
be over 440,000, In money .the

club expects to show a profit of

$250,000.
A sellout in Madison Square
Garden has been common this

season and Ranger officials do
not subscribe to the theory that
their small amount of televising is

the reason.
"We had only three home TV

games this year, but that was be

cause the sponsors werent inter interested
ested interested in our club,' Herb Goren,

the publicity man, says. "If we
on Ranger teams of the late 30s

would be out.

Watson is the answer. A center i
had full television, the people still
and eany 40s when the Broau-

! Way Blues, as they were called,

were the biggest pitcn m town
Watson is a vicious taskmaster
who has absolutory no control over

his temper when he is losing.

For example, the Rangers '.ame
off their last big road trip, in
wnieft they lost lour in a row, a
burned-out club. "They need a rest
for a couple of days, Phil, a front
office man said to the coach.
Wi tson looked at him with fish

cold eyes and promptly told the
team to show up for a two hour

workout that afternoon

Ml k

motorbikers move on to San Sal

vador by March 23 where the fi final
nal final group of motorcyclists will in-

crease the number of travelers to

about 500.
The large throng will then
start the final lag of the jouri'ey
and should be in Guatemala by
March 25 for the convention,
which will be held March 25 and
24. Races and special events will
be added feature at the xonven
tion.
The numerous machines-partic

pating in the trip will be serviced

by a mechanic who will be nnanc nnanc-ed
ed nnanc-ed by the Harley-Davidson Motor
cycle Company.

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READY TO GO (Left to risfht) Antonio Donado Visuettl, Fe Felipe
lipe Felipe Cazabon Jr., and Alonso Bonilla will try to become the
first local motorbike riders to make the long trip from Pan Panama
ama Panama City to Guatemala City by motorcycle. The trio will be
Panama's delegates to the March 25-20 motorcycle club's con convention
vention convention which will be held in Guatemala City.

'A

Melvin Nelson

"Ihe only way to find out is
to send him where it Is," adds the

Kca Birds' veteran chief scout

lhe numerous ok! heads

coaching fledgling Cardinals here

are conlident, however, that Ncl
son, not yet 20 and built a six-foot

'I'hi workout consisted of bruta two-inch 195-nminHpr will turn nut

stop-and-start exercises, plus ai to be an exception to the rule that

full-scale scrimmage. At its ena left-hand throwers can't hit rieht-

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lauucu. Jiciauu, uiueneu uui 01

the players were too tired to leave
the ice. Some made it to seats on
the side and then sat. Taking skat skates
es skates oif was too big a job.
Watson then toid Hangers fans
that his club would be ready to
win from then on. The Garden
was jammed to watch Detroit
beaten in the next outing.

It has been this way

San Bernardino, Calif., High, ma

nufactured 29 doubles, 8 triples
and 27 home runs while driving in
112 runs and batting .295 in his
first full season of organized ball
with Fresno of the exceptionally
classy C California League.

"Hn slurclc out more than 14n

since last times, so you can imagine what

fall when the Hangers started he is come to do when tin ruts

practice. Their first exhibition! that down," beams Manager Hut-

game was played at Rcgina, Sask

and a long bus ride back to their
Saskatoon base ended at three
oclock on a Sunday morning. The
players started to leave the bus,
with a long sleep and an off off-day
day off-day round. ot golf in front of them.
Or so they thought.
"Get a good rest, Watson said.
"You have until eight oclock.
That's breakfastt ime and 1 want
everybody there. We have I ,u 1 1
practice at noon.
Watson drives a hard bargain
with players, but it is paying off
for the Rangers. At the r?te of
25 to 1. .

OUT OF DOORS with "N-?

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Hunting Dogs to Fit Your Age
- By JOE STETSON
, Dog Editor
YES, it always comes that
time when you just can't get
around as easily or as. well.
The- older man just can't go
afield "with the single minded
freedom of youth. Busines prob problems,
lems, problems, recollections of similar si situations
tuations situations .in the past, the, greater
meaning of things seen through
the eyes of experience all pene penetrate
trate penetrate your present and interfere

just as certainly as the complaint

of weaker muscles and stufer
joints. i

Not.that the older hunter doesnt
enjoy his hunting. As in so many
phases of life, experience and

knowledge are the tools by which

the finer appreciation of life are
fashioned, but the old-timer usu usually
ally usually has to do something about the

type of dog and game he hunts.

Riding to a covey-quail dog can
be much the same, but the dog

must bend easier unless it is to

be handled by someone else.

The foot hunter, too, grows
slowly to appreciate the easier

handling of a softer ten.perament

or a better-trained dog perhaps

that w r artfully finished by-a

professional. If the territory to be

covered in a day slowly shrinks,
the speed and range of the dog can
very well be less. It is well for the

bird shooter to reconcile himself

to this and choose and prepare his
gunning companion accordingly.
Flushing dog men, who have
gunned over springers, might find
the smaller cocker easier to fol follow.
low. follow. They won't be able to f a 1 J
asleep, but a smaller dog with the
same drive will naturally be easi easier
er easier to follow.
Many a bird hunter' has turned
to beagling in his old age and can
pretty much set the pace of his
hunting by the size and speed of
his dog. There is a world of dif dif-rerence
rerence dif-rerence between individuals a a-mong
mong a-mong the beagles and bassets.
Like automobiles, there is a speed
for every taste.
' Only the fox hunter can live
his life span without ever chang changing
ing changing his purpose the desire to
produce and listen to the fastest,
cleverest, most melodious hound
that ever sent, echoes across the
valleys.

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TAi Kivr. THINGS OVER (Left to right) F elipe Cazobon Jr.. Alonso Bonilla and Antonio
nnS visuettl discus ; clans for their forthc oming motorcycle trip to Guatemala. The trio
ttXmtmc convention in Guatemala City on March 2o-26. They
plan to leave Panama City March 8. .

chinson.

The ball explodes when Nelson

hits it. He's assigned to Allcntown

of the A. Eastern League, but this

type can blossom in a hurry.
Mathes saw Nelwon pitch for San

Bernardino High and contends

he could make the National League

as a pitcher. Hut young fellows
who smack the ball like he does
and can fly just don't pitch.
When the Gussie Busch organi organization
zation organization invited Nelson and his lath lather
er lather to St. Louis in the summer of
1954, the lad worked out in right
field with Stanley Musial. Mathes
and Walter Shannon, supervisor of
the Cards.' minor league person personnel
nel personnel met Musial in his restaurant
that evening.
"Is the kid coming out again to tomorrow?"
morrow?" tomorrow?" asked Stan the Man.
He was, Mathes and Shannon
hAamnH ;

"Then put him In left field," Aid

Musial." "Don't let him show my
arm up."
Mathes contends that Nelson

gets to first base as quickly as

Mickey Mantle when the Yankees'

switcher starts from the right side

of the plate.

"That gives you, an idea of What
he would to if he were a left

hand hitter,' moaned Mathes.

"Why didn't somebody turn him

around when he was a babyr'

TOUCII TO DECK

Syracuse, N.Y. (NEA) Since
first attaining welterweight rank

ing, Carmen Basilio. the cham

piom-har-not-been "puttm 1hr

' canvas.

They Den'l Trust
Tho Jonis Boys

Pacific Women's
Softball League

STANDINGS (as of Feb. 29)
W L Pet

Arsi coia ;.......;.. 2 0 1.000
Alfredo Aleman Jr. 2 0 1000
T-A.T. Bridgestone 12 .333
Cervecerla Naclonal 0 3 .000

Next Games

Fastlich League

'IrflAMI BEACH. PUTTING ONE LITTLE WORD alter an-
other ana whatever became of Sonja Henie? o nice ot you to
ass. La uolauocks is aown here, oi all piaces, wnipping an ice
itvue into shape, to be iniroauceo. in, ot all places, a ouli-iignfc
arena in Caracas, Venezuela, next moutn. News ot anotner weil weil-known
known weil-known temme pro, simliany gined as a coin collector, Babe Diet-.
rikson banana!, is less creeriui. Recent visitors to her 'l'ampa
home fear ne will never piay goir again. If and when Nashua
trna swaps get together in tne uulfsueani Handicap, Marcn 17,
each win be assigned 12a pounos, Horace Vvaae teas me. Man
ougnt to know, he a pea the assigning.
Lilt slulfets are in town gathering material for a "Atjtni "Atjtni-tive"
tive" "Atjtni-tive" article uk golf gambling, m other words, they are looking"
or a new ribbon w put on an old. hut. Rcaaers may recall an,
ihormativa teries on milt mbjett by Lawrence ftootuson o Iht
.bcnppS'Uobartt newspapers at ieam three years ago. Consider-'
ing tne mealed facts" and -'the USGA's then polity of passive
distance csjamst chit-elers, a major scandal, siich as suustqueni
ly deve:o?ea at Deepdaie mt jail, was ineiilaole.
'
Whether the scandal might have been averted by a more
realistic policy is academic, of more substantial interest is the
fact thai it nas had a saluorious effect. Deepdaie itself on,
'itcunced it has held its iast Calcutta lan, auction pool which,
can be manipulated). Other clubs followed. Over the wtek'Ctd,
the Havana-Billmore IniHiational was dropped. This, along wlth s
La Gorce, bemlnole and Greenbrier, had been one of the big'
yavibliug tovrnets of the late winter and early sprtiig season'
on a circuit which hur. annually attracted amateur golf hustlers-,
with their Ceadly, inflated handicaps. ''
SINCE DLEPDALE, THE USGA has been flexing its muscles
somewhat, and Bill Wallace, veteran golf historian of the Miami;
News, isnt at all sure he can trust their motives. He reminds:
his readers that the USGA originated the big money Calcutta
in 1P29 when Bob Jones sold lor $30,000 ana was oefeated bj
Johnny Goodman in the first round of the National Amateur,
The pool totaled $130,000. Mr. Wallace concludes: "Rememoetr
they (the USGA) started all this Calcutta stuff. And in my book'
they -can never get from under." Incidentally, Dan Mahoney,
publisher of the News, has just been elected president of La'.',
Gorce and Is said to be anti-Calcutta minded.
Joe Louts' statement in the Saturday Evening Post thpt oc-'
counts of his golf belting have been widely exaggerated evoke evoke-abdominal
abdominal evoke-abdominal rumbles from the touring pros. The old Brown tomb'
er insists fit never bet more than $100 on a rffund of golf in hit hit-life,
life, hit-life, Harry Mendel, who used to handle Louis' routine of animatr",
ed poses in the provinces, remembers him blowing $5000 to a..
Colored pro in Toledo, Jack Dempsey has joined the local
worshippers. HU size up of Rocky Marciano: "He takes a punch,,,
an good as any man I ever saio. Only trouble Is, he takes too
'many." A uaily visitor to the beach, Al Weill, says: "This i.f
making a new man ovtta me." In him any change has to bit
an improvement.
.
NEVER HAVING SEEN NEEDLES run, 1 had to take hint'
on hearsay. As it turned out my source wasn't as helpful as he"
has been on other occasions. The colt couldn't have been ailing.
And he had to be right, or else he couldn't. have run the race"
he rlld. His 1:49 25 for the mile and an eighth was a fifth of a
second better than Nashua a year ago In the same going. Nat Naturally,
urally, Naturally, the five-pound pull which a preposterous rule grants
Florida breds was no handicap. Still, I can't believe It was the
determining factor. At level weights, the race, of course, would
have been closer, but the result, very likely, unchanged.
Nfiedfes iron in almost precisely the same manner as Pow
, der, his pop, capt ired thi. '49 Kentucky Derby; he tnoved from
tevenih on the final turn to take the lead in the stretch and1
win going away. On that May afternoon, seven years ago. Ponder
was sixth ut a corresponding state when he began to sniff the
roses, from the top of the stretch to the wire, he was the boss
horse. And like Needles in the Flamingo, he did it the hard way,
winning from th outside. Olympia, odds on choice, finished far
up the track, to the. flustered consternation of Mr. E. Arcaro,
celebrated equestrian.
.
OFF HIS RACE. NEEDLES Is the best 3-year-old in action
down here and as such, the winter book favorite for the Derby
He won't nave to worry about Prince John, since the Elmeiii-
dorf see Isn't to resume racing until late summer. C. V. Whit--ney's
Career Boy, yet to start, may be something else. And again
he may not, particularly at a mile and a quarter. A fielded son
of Blmelech, unpreposaessingly captioned Getthere Jack, Is tout -ed
as a sleeper, who Is being brought alonn slowly. Apparently
the Coast has nothing. Overnight, the 3-year-old picture seems
to have come Into sharp focus. -
Members of the Knock Down the Favoriti Club made a note
to keen Happy New Year in mind. This one came from 14th at
the thret-iuarter pole to finish an energetic fifth in tht Flam,
tngo. In these so-called Derby preps, how a colt, jini'shes is often
more important than whi're. For example. Count Turf was a
distant sixth in the '51 Flamingo. Two months later he was pos- i
ing for cameramen in Louisville with the Derby roses. However,
there's one rap against Happy New Year. He's got Roman blood r
in him, and that usually means sprinters. ,2

Ocelots 6, Conejos 5

March 5 T.A.T. Bridgestone
vs Arsi Cola at Paraiso.

March ft Cervecerla 'Naclo-L,; .j.

1 ... tifrarin Alomon .Tf Bt. La.'.""-1"18

SUMMARY Errors: Hadley,
Seise. McGrlff 2. Runs batted in:

Toeir Sutherland's Ocelots beat! McGrlff 1, Ammirati 2, Thomp Thomp-thi
thi Thomp-thi Snfi FrWav afternoon at son 1, Scott 1, Godsey 2, Chassin
-ME? i Llui Park although 2. Two base hits: Godsey, Am Am-fhv
fhv Am-fhv ffl. hit of t the of-FftL Left on bases: Conejos 5,
-K.0'.b?i2Sf.hid Lrker Ocelots 7. Bases on balls off

icimsa ui uuu, findsev S Parker 4 RchnrVi 3

TTrrnrH wfire reSDOnSlDlC 10IH

five of the six runs made by tne
Ocelots. ;
Moe Schoch pitched good ball
for Sutherland's boys and was
tight with men on bases.

The box scores:

Strike outs by Godsey 1, Parker
4, schoch 5. Hit by pitcher, by:
Schoch 1, Godsey I. Winning
pitcher: Schoch. Losing pitcher:
Godsey, r Umpires: ,Mohl, Diaz.
Scorer: Mead. Time: 1:45.

Boca.-
March 7 Arsl Cola vs. Cer Cer-veceria
veceria Cer-veceria Naclonal at Santa Cruz.
March 7 Alfredo Aleman Jr.
vs. T A.T. Bridgestone at La

Boca,

Ab R II Po
, 12 0 5

MarcTT ;;; f
Cervecerla Naclonal at Santa Thompson, 11 .... i

vs,

Cruz.

1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

Schoch, p ....... 3 0
Boyette. lb ...... 1

iLatz, lb ......... 1 0

1 2

J. Eneelke, rf .... 3
McNall, rf ....... 0
J. Morris, 2b . . 2
R. Morris, 2b .... 0
McGrlff. ss ... ... 2

MIAMI. Fla. (NEA) The

smart horse people keep poking
their noses in the Calumet Farm
barn at Hialeah, with an eye on
the three-year-olds Ben Jones and
his son, Jimmy, have quartered
there.
They do this despite the so- so
showing the string has made so

far. That s because old "B.A., as

the older Jones is called, has not

had a Kentucky uerby winner

since Hill Gail bolted home in
1952.

Not since he saddled his first

Derbv winner. Lawrin in 1938, has

Jones let four of the classics -gc by

without winning.

At the close of the first round
. i XI n I Ml lltnm AM fl

OI piay in uie racmu wviucua trnirpike cf
OAffha-ii Tootrii- Aroi rnla and w- tngeiKe, u

Alfredo Aleman Jr. are battling
for the first place honors with
T.A.T. Bridgestone and Cervece
rla Naclonal fighting the secont
division position.
Last Wednesday at Paraiso
Alfredo' Aleman Jr. defeatet
Cervecerla Naclonal 13 to 4 witr
winner Olga Joseph giving up
six hits while M. Morrell took
the loss. D. Joseph led the win winners
ners winners in hittinc with a double

and single in four trips to the

plate. :

'' Score By Innings

Bridgestone 102 1004 3

A. Aleman jr. 003 zux 5 3

Mondav at Santa Cruz, Alfredo

Aleman Jr. were back at it again
trying to over-power the lassies
of Arsi Cola for first place hon honors
ors honors but after taking an early
lead, with five big runs in the
second inning, the "soda-poppers"
made a stupendous come comeback
back comeback to tie the game at 5 runs

apiece.-

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DISEASES

Totals
Ocelots
Conejos

?!

17 6 1 15 6 VS.
Conejos W1 .iV

2 0 1 0 Oj v

2 1 1 0 0 4tV
3 1 0 1 3, v
inn 7 n-

v a i i i ii

1 0 1
1 0 0

..... 11 1 1 0;
1 0 0 2 0
...... 2 0 0 2 1
21 5 5 15 4

Totals

Frangione, 3b

Crook, rf ..
Scott, cf ...
Parker, ss-p

Chase, c ...
Godsey. D-3b

Hadley, If 2
Seise, rf 2

Chassin, 2b
Musser. lb
Hern, lb ..

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the pitchers engaged In a hit hit-less,
less, hit-less, runless duel from the
fourth. Leading hitters of the
game were: D. Simmons of Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Aleman Jr. 2 in 2; and J.
Morales (Arsi Cola) 3 in 3.

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Auiherine Lucy I o Challenge
Expulsion 'horn Alabama U.

1
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(NEA Telcphoto)
GOES TO COURT Miss Autherine Lucy, suspended from the
University of Alabama when students rioted in protest against
her admission, enters the Federal Court in Birmingham. Miss
Lucy testified that university officials winked at the student
violence as a means of getting her out. Man at left was not
Identified.

Senate
Heads
WASHINGTON, March 2 (UP)
The Senate, in accordance with
its "seniority" tradition, approv approved
ed approved Sen. James O. Eastland (D (D-Miss.)
Miss.) (D-Miss.) as Judiciary Committee
chairman yesterday over sharp
protests by two Democrats. They
objected to Eastland's pro-segregation
views,
Eastland, an outspoken foe of
the Supreme Court's school inte integration
gration integration decision, was 1 confirmed
as chairman by voice vote with
only a few "noes" heard. The posi
wis left vacant by the death of
Sen. Harley M, Kilgore (D-W.Va.).
Although Eastland as senior
committee Democrat normally
would have moved automatically
into the chairmanship, Sens.
Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) and Her Herbert
bert Herbert H. Lehman (D-N.Y.) angri:y
Belt-Tightening
Ordered For U. S.
Army In Far East
TOKYO, March 3 (UP) U.S.
troops in Japan, Okinawa and
Korea were ordered today to con con-lerve
lerve con-lerve supplies and equipment be-
t cause new military bdet restric-
' tions have cut facilities below
"minimum rcouirements."
Gen. I. D. White, commander
of U. S.: Army Forces Far East
told his commanders that "frugal "frugality
ity "frugality will not suffice hut must be
supplemented by curtailment."
' His warning was published
prominently in the U. S. military
newspaper, Pacific Stars and
Stripes, undf-r the headlines 'Tight 'Tighten
en 'Tighten 3elts. White Orders AFFE Ar-
m Outfits." .."'
He issued orders listing d'tailed
steps to be taken to meet the re
duced budget. "At least 25 oer
cent" of Armv vehicles in combat
units should be withdrawn from
oneration and "desirable but un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary construction proiects"
be suspended, the order said.
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Segregationist
Judiciary Group

challenged his right to the post be
cause of the Mississippi Demo Democrat's
crat's Democrat's repeated attacks on the Su
preme Courts school integration
decision.
Call Eastland Un-American.
Lehman, in a senate speech,
called Eastland a "symbol of rac
ism" and accused him of associa
tion wun organizations eneasm
in wnony un-American activi
ties."
He' referred to Eastland's "'ead "'ead-ership
ership "'ead-ership role with the so-c ailed
white citizens councils" in the
ioutn.
Lehman and Morse said East Eastland
land Eastland could not be an impartial
chairman of the Judiciary Com
mittee, which handles matter, in-
volving the courts, because of his
outspoken opposition to the Su
preme court s school ruling.
a s 1 1 a n d s Mississippi coU
league, Democratic Sen. John
siennis, defended his nomination.
He said Morse and Lehman had
not produced a "scintilla of evi evidence"
dence" evidence" casting "any flavor of sus-
picion on Eastland's fitness for
ine post.
Sen, Alben W. Barkley (D-Ky.),
former vice-president, told t'li e
Senate it was "unfortunate .mH
regrettable" that a n v senator
should "uree our n.nnli "' mill-:.
fy, disregard or flout" Sunreme
Court decisions.
Defend Seniority Promotion.
But he defended Eastland's pro promotion
motion promotion to chairman on th hasi
of the seniority tradition. Despite
its "imDerfeMinns." ha iA
body has yet been able to !come
up with a better system," Bark Bark-ley
ley Bark-ley said."
Eastland, at 51, becomes the
youngest judiciary chairman in
recent, years.
Israel Seeks Prompt
Answer From US
On Sale Of Arms
JERUSALEM. Israel, March 3
(UP) Israel demanded a promt
lannwer today on whether the
United States intends to sell
arms to Israel or "abandon" the
Jewish state.
Israeli Foreign Minister KOshe
Sharett went.before the Knesset
Parliament with one of the
strongest messages yet addressed
to Washington.
He said the time has come for
the. United States to give a clear
answer quickly to Israel's request
for guns, tanks and planes.
. Sharett said Secretary of State
John. Foster Dulles' statements
to the cSnate Foreign Relations
committee last week were "dis "disappointing"
appointing" "disappointing" and "alarming, even
If they didn't s mount -to Amer America's
ica's America's ast word.".
However, if Dulles' contention
that Israel should abide bv A A-merican
merican A-merican foreign policy was final.
it was to all practical! purposes
"tantamount to ahandonini Is
rael to her fate," the foreign
minister declared. declared.-Israeli
Israeli declared.-Israeli and Egyptian forces ex
changed gunfire In a 5'2 hour
auei along the borders of the
Egyptian-held Gaza Strip south
of Jerusalem today.
British Foreign Secretary Sel Sel-wyn
wyn Sel-wyn Llovd arrived In Cairo to
discuss the Arab-Israel disDUte
with Premier Gamai Abdel Nas

NEW YORK, March 3 (UP)

Aumenne Lucy announced yester yesterday
day yesterday that she will challenge 'in the
courts her expulsion from the
University of Alabama where her
appearance as the school's first
ivejiro student touched off riots
last month.
"Th.r. it nothing anyont in
Alabama or any plac. cin
do," sha said, shaka htr faith
that in. tv.ntually will b. al allowed
lowed allowed to a Hand rht univtrjity.
Miss .Lucy, 2t, announced her
decision to continue her fight at
a news conference at the head
quarters here of the National As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People.
Several policemen were posted
outside but there were no incidents.
The university Board of Trustees
announced Thursday that Miss Lu
cy had been "permanently expel
led because of her Baseless
charges that university officials
had conspired with student rioters
to drive her from the campus
she could be barred from
campus on grounds of ner own
safety.
TOLD LAWYERS TO ACT
"I have been advised by my
lawyers that there are legal steps
available to me to test the validity
or invalidity of this latest action
of the Board of Trustees.
"I have, therefore, authorized
them to take whatever steps are
necessary for this purpose," Miss
Lucy said.
There was no immediate indi indication
cation indication of what steps she would take.
H.r attornty, NAACP special
touns.l Thurgood Marshall ae ae-compani.d
compani.d ae-compani.d h.r and l.ft with h.r
without making a stat.m.nt.
Earlier, Marshall said he would
confer with other attorneys before
deciding the next move for the Ne Negro
gro Negro coed. j
Miss Lucy said she was "com-l
pletely disheartened" by her ex-i
pulsion, but intended to return to
Birmingham within the next
week."
FLED FROM STRAIN
"I came to New York for the
dual purpose of consulting doctors
and to get a rest from the terrific
strain l nave Deen under mee
this case began. Miss Lucy said
in a prepared statement which she
read at the conference.
"I am. of course, completely dis
heartened by the recent action of
the board of trustees of the U-
niversity of Alabama. At the same
time I intend to continue not to
be angry or to bear ill will to any
one.
"At th. same time I cannot
see1 any reason to abandon my
sole purpose of obtaining an e e-ducation
ducation e-ducation within the meaning of
the decisions, of the Supreme
Court of the United States."
Miss Lucy, who is staving at
Marshall's home while in New
York, said "I still maintain my
faith in my country, and there is
nothing that anyone in Alabama
or any place else can do which
will check my faith in ultimate
justice within the democratic
principles."
Meanwhile, in -Tuscaloosa, home
of Alabama University, two Negro
brothers, who attacked a while u-
niversity student during the height
of the tension created by Miss
Lucy's appearance at the school
Atomic Battery
For Automobiles.
Trains Possible
WASHINGTON. March 3 (UP)-
Chiairman Lewis L. Strauss of the
Atomic Energy Commission told
Congress yesterday not to rule out
me possibility of autos and trains
run by atomic batteries in the for for-esesable
esesable for-esesable future. ;
Strauss showed up before the
Congressional Atomic Energy
Committee to discuss the report
of an advisory committee which
recently reported to congress on
prospects for peaceful use of the
atom.
The group said the possibility of
an atomic locomotive should be
studied, but saw no chance of
atom-powered, cars inthe near fu
ture.
Strauss pinned his rosier view
on the possibility of developing a
suuaDie Dauery mat might
store up atom-generated electri
city. Locomotives and cars with
such power might be successful,
Strauss said.
CI
f.1

last month, were indicted for "as "assault
sault "assault with intent to murder."
NOT HURT SERIOUSLY

The brothers, John and Arthur i
wasnmgion, were quoted as say-)
in? they attacked Samuel Pernn.
Taylor,-19, "to get even with some-1
body for what they did to Miss!
Lucy." j
Taylor, waylaid on a campus I
side street, was not seriously in-i
jured.
In Washington, Negro Rep.
Adam C. Powell Jr. (MD N.Y.)
demanded that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower act to head off threaten threatened
ed threatened race violence in the South.
He said "news has reached me
from very reliable sources" in
Montgomery, Ala., that Negro
subversive oreanizations "some, if

leaders there are expecting violent -viu,,n; '"ariin J r m tn M,ddl Jr- !P"rt the Arab Legion. Informed i h invitation to the kinffdom U
reprisals there "any minute" -D?m?ns.tratm2 Jordanians ha..- danian offic.r. Isources said it was doubtful anv imn th RaohH vJ 8 0m I

aeainst the 'refusal of Np?rnp tn w tneir Zl-year-old King Hu.sseu Glubb immediately flew to 'the'stena- wnuM h tbn t- a .. ".: :

ride city buses. f "liberator" today for frcem.' British Island of Cyprus in thejly to trim the sum. 'through the streX tthe c h Jr. f
Powell called on Attorney Gen-t'l. army from British control. Mediterranean. He refused to talk There was toeculation in Lon- of nhii.i,,v F

.soleral erbert Brownell Jr. to place! The 0llst of British Lt. Gen.Ito newsmen. He was expected to don that Britain tec retlv fa. Vd hanri. th.ll tl 1 '.. .t!j r.l

the,on the Justice Department list ofi-John Glubb Pasha as chief of staff fly to London tomorrow. vored the dismiisal of Clubb at ihi t.r .miliar -.7,, UW VI

not all" of the pro-segregation and the cabinet was called in in-white
white in-white citizens councils in thet' emergency session. Glubb's rc rc-South.
South. rc-South. imoval was praised by Egypt and
Powell attacked leaders of both Syria. Israel expressed a wail-

political parts .and said President
Eisenhower, instead of shooting
quail in Georgia recently, might
profitably have spent his time "in
conference with Negro and white
leaders to keep Negroes from be
ing shot. I

34 Volunteer West Indian
Red Gross Workers Join

Recognition for many weeks.
on the part of 34 volunteer Red
Cross workers will be given Mon
day night when they are pre presented
sented presented with certificates as mem members
bers members of the Gray Lady Corps.
The exercises will be held at
7:30 o'clock at the Canal Zone
Red Cross chapter headquarters
on Gaillard Highway.
In many respects, the poup
Is one of the most unusual ever
trained for a specific duty In
Red cross work on the Isthmus.
They were recruited and spe specially
cially specially trained for work among
the patients at Corozal Hospital
and the group includes nine
men, this being the first time in
the history of the chapter that
men have taken courses for this
type of volunteer work. ;
The 25 Gray Ladies and nine
Gray Men completed their train-
ine in December and have al
ready been on duty at Corozal
Hospital
Since most of the patients are
West Indians or Panamanians,
the volunteers were all recruited
irom inese nationalities,
The idea for recruiting the
volunteers irom tnese erouns
was suggested py xt. Col, Charles
H. Wiggins, corozal superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, when he asked for Gray
Direct French Rule
Ends In Morocco
FARIS, March 3 (UP)France
and Morocco today signed a de declaration
claration declaration of modified indeoendenee
that brought a half-centurv of
direct French rule to an end in
the North African protectorate.
A treaty sDecifvins "inrienpn-
dence within interdeoendence'
was signed at a solemn ceremonv
in the foreign office by .French
foreign Minister Christian Pineau
and Moroccan Premier Si Bekkai.
. The ceremony climaxed two
weeks of negotiations and eventu
ally may spell the end of two vears
of Nationalist violence that has
claimed the lives of hundreds of
Frenchmen and Moslems in Moroc Morocco.
co. Morocco. Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef.
who opened the negotiations with
President Rene Coty Feb. 15,
planned to fly back to Morocco
Monday to deliver the new docu document
ment document to his people. However, there
was- speculation in French political
circles whether he will appeal
immediately to the Nationalist reb rebels
els rebels to cease fighting against French
forces in Morocco.
It may require many weeks to
reach final accord on the "inter "inter-depencence"
depencence" "inter-depencence" between the two
nations.
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'let thf people
31st YEAR
Jordan
alarmed the government m Lon
and-see attitude.
King Husseis, acting to b o t t-ster
ster t-ster his regime after recent bit bitter
ter bitter anti-British rioting, replac replaced
ed replaced the legendary Clubb, who
had spent 25 year, building Jor-
dan's Arab Legion into the finest
Lady Service at the hospital last
November.
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one, according to Wiggins andjtrist at Gorgas Hospital, will ad-

his associates at the hospital,
Red Cross officials, the Gray La Lady
dy Lady volunteers, and the hospital
patients.
The recruitment of the Red
Cross volunteers was handled by
a committee composed of Alfred
E. Osborne, supervisor of Latin
American elementary schools in
the Cana Zone; Robert Beecher,
principal of La Boca high
school; Miss Emily Butcher, mu music
sic music supervisor in the Latin Amer American
ican American schools; and Mrs. Mae L.
Malcolm, home economics teaclu
er at La Boca. j
A total of 37 volunteered for
the course of training, all but
three of them completing: the
course and qualifying for cert!
iicates.
One of the most .'mportant
phases of the Gray Lady aery aery-ice
ice aery-ice at Corozal Hospital, in the
opinion of the hospital super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, is the occupational
therapy being provided pa patients
tients patients by the volunteer group.
Special training in arts and
crafts has been given the group
by Pete Monaco, who runs the
hobby shop at Corozal. He has
devoted many hours of his time
and attention to the program
with the result that the volun volunteers
teers volunteers are equipped to conduct a
planned program In occupation
al inerapy. ... v
In addition to assisting In oc occupational
cupational occupational therapy, the volun
teers read to ;. patients, assist
witn or conduct eames. visit and
talk with patients, sing and con-
auci group singing, and assist
in I :edinjt some patients who
require such aid.
The Gray Lady Service for
Corozal was established largely
under the supervision and with
the assistance of Mrs. Florence
Birdsall, Gray Lady chairman
Editor Challenges
NewsCommentator
To Street Duel
HAVANA, March 3 (UP) Ma Magazine
gazine Magazine Editor Jose' Suarez Nunez
today challenged political com commentator
mentator commentator Luis Conte Agucro to an
"irregular" street duel with the
"people and public opinion" to be
the judges. 1 : -
The offer was issued after Sua Suarez
rez Suarez Nunez rejected Agueros chal challenge
lenge challenge to a duel under formal
rules. Aguero sent his seconds to
Suarez Nunez because of alleged allegedly
ly allegedly insulting editorials in his maga magazine
zine magazine Gente.
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Amman and the Jordan-held old
city of Jerusalem erupted into
demonstrations with resilents
hailing Hussein.
But the British Foreign Office
in London issued a formal state statement
ment statement terming Glubb's dismissal a
"deep shock" and threatened
"possible consequences, internal
aid pxtprnal."
Britain has paid an annual sub
'sidy of 22 million dollars to sup-
of this group at Gorgas Hospl-
tal
Dr. John G. Higelns. nsvehia-
dress the graduating class at the
exercises Monday night. The Red
Cross certificates will be pre presented
sented presented by Wiggins, and Carl J.
Browne, chairman of the Canal
Body 01 Eberenz
To Be Sent To US;
Requiem On Monday
A requiem mass will be said
Monday morning; at 9 at the Sa
cred Heart Chapel for John A.
Eberenz of Cocoll, who died of a
heart attack Thursday.
The body will be shipped to
the States later In the week for
burial at the Farmingdale Na National
tional National Cemetery on Long Island.
N.Y. :r.r ,. .;;
The family has requested that
no flowers be sent, but friends
may contribute money for spir spiritual
itual spiritual bouquets Instead. ...
Mr. Eberenz was 43 years old,
having celebrated : his birthday
Thursday. A native of the Canal
Zone, he was employed as lead lead-ingman
ingman lead-ingman j electrician by the U.S.
Navy at Rodman. He was born
in Colon Hospital.
He was a veteran of World
War II and was a member of
Lodge No. 1414, B.P.O.E.
He Is survived by his wife,
Helen, and four children, Mary
Virginia, John, Paul and Wayne.
He Is also survived by three
sisters, Mrs. F. F. Williams 8nd
Mrs. Ruth Turner, of Margarita,
and Mrs. E. M. Helm, of Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, Ga.; and two brothers, Leo,
a Canal employe and sports edi
tor of the Star and Herald, and
David, of coco bonto.
U.S., Britain Hit
By French Minister
PARIS, March 3 (UP) French
Foreign Minister Christian Pineau
declared today he is in "profound
disagreement" with' present west western
ern western foreign policy.
Pineau criticized the United
States and Great Britain for "enor "enormous
mous "enormous errors", jn foreign policy .in
one of the frankest speeches heard
recently from a French foreign
minister.
At the same time, other govern government
ment government quarters announced that
Pineau and Premier Guy MoMet
will go to Moscow in May for top top-level
level top-level talks with, leaders of the
Soviet Union.

aid Panamanian
Gray Lady Corps

DAILY

country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,

Legion

a step toward bolstering Hus-
join and perhaps permitting
him to come into closer alliance
w.. ,. n, w 7'"L.m
being charged with submitting
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of Jordan when the late King Ah
uui an ruieq, nad Deen in a pre
Drone oui in joroan against a Brit-
Zone Red Cross chapter, will
preside. :
The complete list of those who!
will receive certificates follows;,
i
GRAY LADIES Anita E.!
Barnett, Asenath Dolley, Nellie
E. Donalds, Eva Fergus, Elolsei
Forbes. Dorl. Greene. Fntd M.i
Hall, Vivian E. Hall, Vloleta
Headley.. Amv Lambert. Eliza rie
Leon, Linian Mairs, Doris Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Cynthia 1 Morris, Iris Mose Mose-ley.
ley. Mose-ley. Inez C McLean, Myrtle I.
Pond, Margarita Robinson, Jo Josephine.
sephine. Josephine. Soley Catherine Smith,
Sescelie Taylor, Zenobia War
- m .
ner, Evelyn M. Wason, Violet
witter, and Ruby D. Worrell.
GRAY MEN John D. Bee
kles, Robert H. Beecher, Alfred
C Bushell, Thomas L. Edghill,
Rupert G. Lowe, Charles Mose-
ley, Joseph L. Rochester, Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph J. Samuels and Harold D.
Spencer.
Half-Million OKed
For Investiqations
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The House today voted $500,000 for
investigations by the Democratic Democratic-controlled
controlled Democratic-controlled Government Operations
Committee during the 1956 election
year. .-, .i-..-.-..
T.e action came after House
Democratic leaders agreed to cut,

the original $635,000 request Pacific. Thev said the Red fleet
The original sum, coupled with js a serious threat to "our simrem simrem-$495,000
$495,000 simrem-$495,000 which the committee re-fjcy over certain Atlantic lifelines
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teiveu iaM year, wuuiu nave given
ine investigators juzo.ouo, a rec
ord high for a two-year session.
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Earlier he personally had sent
,GIubb off Id the airport in a quiet
'ceremony
ine British., controlled Near
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jed that Hussein told a group of
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Hussein replaced Glubb with
Gen. Radi Unnab, a itaff assist assistant
ant assistant to Glubb.
Russia Sub Powers
Pose Defense Bloc 1
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NORFOLK, Va., March 3 (UP)
-Italian President Giovanni Groii
chi was told by Allied navkl lead?
ers today that Russia's submarine
fleet pose a threat "more tha
lO '.imes as great" as Germany's
U-boats in World War II. X
Gronchl was briefed on Russian
nval strength during a visit to
' t. J l A I t
headquarters of the Supreme
Allied Command for the Atlantic
Area (SACLANT). He arrived here
from Washington today on the first
leg of a 13-day tour of the United
States and Canada, w ;; 1
Immediately after colorful .wel .welcoming
coming .welcoming ceremonies for the first
Italian chief of state ever to visit
the United States, ; Gronchf met
with naval officials of SACLANT,
the main naval command of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, '' '" '''. .. : v:.
The main briefing officers were
thre? Americans, an officer of the
British Royal Marines, and a
French naval officer.
They told Gronchl the 400-sub-marine
Russian fleet is "the larg largest
est largest underwater feet the world
has ever aeen.". They said the
Soviet Union also has 25 erui erui-ers
ers erui-ers and 130 destroyers and a
naval arm of 3,000 'jtt planes.
They said this gives' Russia tre tremendous
mendous tremendous sea striking power in the
North Atlantic, the Baltic, the
Black Sea. and even the North
of supoly.
"Today the threat to our ship
ping lines is more t'lrn 10 times
as great as in World War II and
we all know w-.t German sub submarines
marines submarines cost us in the early part
of the war," on officer said. "The
threat is a cold military threat.
These are the cold impersonal
facts."
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