The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Administration

to Seek Broader

Civil Rights Pover

WASHINGTON, March 29
tion plant to send Congress

broaden Federal authority in tk .i-li. ,..

disclosed today.
Civil rights
force a vote on

TucKed away

(UP) The administra

a three-point Droemtm n

was

leade

in

lers in the House nnanarl

a much more far-reaching measure now
a committee pigeonhole.

(NEA Telephoto)
DEATH LEAP Donald E.
Ferguson, 28,, plunges to his
death after leaping" from the
16th floor of a Wichita, Kans.,
hotel, Ferguson leaped as po po-lice
lice po-lice broke down the door of
his room In an effort to save
him.

Rare-Blooming Tree
Hew Sight To See
At Summit Gardens

It was undrstnivi th oi

uarauon wiu recommend;
1. Creation of a civil rights
commission, with subpena' pow powers
ers powers to review complaints of vio violations,
lations, violations, 2. Establishment of a new civ civil
il civil rights division In the Justice
Department headed by an assis assistant
tant assistant attorney general. Th la
would give more power and
prestige to the handling of civil
rights matters,
3. Legislation to permit civil
suits to be filed in federal courts
Jgalnst persons or organizations
that deny or attempt to deny

uKiHg m .any state.

it, was consiaered unlikely that
the program would be sent to

ingress oerore the Easter re recess
cess recess ends Aorll 9.
Civil, rights legislation, al always
ways always a touchv subject in Con Con-press,
press, Con-press, is particularly explosive
this year because of trouble
stirred vp in th South by the
Supreme Court's school antu
segregation decision.
In recent years nm

ures clearer! -th nnn. k

Wled or bottled up in the Sen-

AbC,

This VPftr. tIA lottielifl,,-

tnis tVDe hax cnt.Un nu

mittee. 1 l-ul"
Ren. .Tm.

o ;has instituted a "discharge" ni-

wnicn, it signed bv 2lfl

"uuw memoers, would force a

An effective administration
program might take some of the
steam out of the drive for the
omnibus bill, he ald.
This measure, sponsored by
Rep. Emanuel Celler ID-NY)
and approved by a Judiciary sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, would cover minority
rights in a number of fields.
Racial discrimination in pri primary
mary primary voting Interstate transpor transportation
tation transportation and legal proceedings
would ... be made a federal offense.

. Visitors takin? advantage

yWhe regular Saturday moraine drviHttAn

..-y-eeasdn tours at the Canal -Zone, Hons

EM'Himcnt. Garden this week will'nnrtin "Z"'""' "u"lu.

be ai.ie to tec a coco bolo tree in to r vote. ""."."S"1"

iuu uiossom a rare signt accora accora-ing
ing accora-ing to Summit Garden officials.
'i'he coco bolo three produces
ome of the hardest wood grown

White Church Head

Gets Consecration
From Negro Bishop
. L EOPOLDVTLLE, Belgian Con Con-go,
go, Con-go, March 29 (UP) A Negro
bishop of the Roman Catholic
cnurch has consrrratoH nr.. t h;

white bretheren for the first time
in Congo history, it was reported
here today.

Bishop Alois Biffinimussm!

postolic vicar o: Mvundn in th.

remote Ruan district officiated at

Israeli Arms
Request Gets
US Attention

t

the

consecreation of Swiss-born I

Rep. Hush st.t. m-r

r kfV flwre m the House
civil rights bloc, told a reporter

in the Republic of Panama. Uied'thT bi wnnlrf .;rnance
widely for furniture and construe-i Ve LTHt SnKff i.
tionwork. the wood is also export- "f 0.t!!!,5

ed, The tree produces a profusion
of white flowers, but is rarely seen

in oioom.

Another interesting tree which'
can be seen in bloom this week

is the ilang-ilang, a native of Ma Malaysia
laysia Malaysia which is known for its hieh-

ly fragrant greenish yellow blos

som, A popular tree in Panama,
it tan be fund in many private

gardens

administration made.

British Shipping
Magnate Due Here
For Brief Visit

sgr. Andre Perraudin who was

eeviea to tne bishopric Sunday.

Stalin -Brush-Off
Extends To Baden
BADEN, Austria, March 29
(UP) Sign of the times: Work Work-men
men Work-men last night quietly changed the
name plates on this city's main
boulevard from "Stalin ring" to
Emperor Fran ring."
The change was ordered months
ago followine the withdrawal t

ooviei occupation troops.

DOG AIDS IN ROUND-CP A police dog helps British para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers guard terrorist suspects in Nicosia, Cyprus..- After a
series of riots in the Greek Quarter near the home of exiled
Archbishop Makarios, suspects were rounded up and passed by
hidden witnesses in an effort to identify them.
,
Mystery Sub Said Serving
Cypriot Rebels With Arms

' NICOSIA; Cyprus, March 29

(vr) British authorities today
investigated reports that a myste mysterious
rious mysterious submarine is supplying Cy Cypriot
priot Cypriot rebels with arms and ammunition.

if the Russians were still

nere, commented a-wnrbmin

"they probably would have gone

Frederick E. Harmer known

The chicle tree, which is the";,",1 Ui u,e mos important! "'""s cnange, waiin is in

source for the base of chewing f.1" Personalities in Great, ine aognouse with them, too.

.gum, has both flowers and fruit ;""" io arrive in Bai-

. tuniurrow arouna ll a.m.
aboard the Ruahine.

uemmer is chairman of the

ooara or ootn the New Zeland

at this time of thv; year. The fruit

is brown, a little mailer than an
apple, and edible. The chicle is

obtained by tapping the tree.

Other trees which can be seenihlPPin Co. and the Federal

by visitors this week is the
cannon ball tree, which has both
fruit and flowers, and the black
palm, the bark of which is popu popular
lar popular with the San Bias for making
bows and arrows.
The tours start at 9 o'clock Sat

urday morning in front of the Sum Summit
mit Summit Gardens Office and will take

in the major points of interest,

Conducted by Roy Sharp of the
Summit Garden, the tours take
two hours and are featured only

during tne dry season.
7osl5terls Easter
Prcbs Of Russia's

ulilaanlvlll I

Steam Navigation Co. as well as

airector oi the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Co. He lives in London,
There will be 300 other pas passengers
sengers passengers aboard the Ruahine
which is scheduled to sail from
Cristobal to England Saturday.
The shipping official will leave
the ship In Balboa, spend the
night in Panama and rejoin his
ship the next da. Norton it Lil Lilly
ly Lilly era agents for the Ruahine

St. Louis Barbers
Boost Prices For

Flat-Top Haircuts
ST. LOUIS, Mrch 29 (UP) -Local
barbers will raise the ceiling
on "flat-top" haircuts next week.
A spokesman said the barbers
voted the 25-cent boost because
trimming the hair to the proper
flatness takes extra time and be besides,
sides, besides, "The older barbers suffer

The extremists struck again and
again across this nightmare 1 is island
land island during the night, shooting
two British soldiers dead in an

.mki.k ... tf iu.iiuivu a

H ",Z .i!"'"4utl,."S house search for the rebels

nvuuuiug uhcc uuieia. i bgj lea UJ,

bomb throwing incidents also oc
curred.

bcls demanding union with Greece

nave tound the means to fight.
In the ambush near Famagusta,
they cut down two soldiers and

wounaea mree otners with ma machine
chine machine guns. The deaths brought

io n me number of .British mili military
tary military personnel killed in the cur

rent unrest, Police cordoned off

the neighboring town of Phren

ads and msoitutcd a house to-

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
March 29 (UP) The United

states is giving ursent attention

to Israel's bid for American arms
despite United Nations moves to

ease me Middle East crisis, ad

iiiuiisuauon sources reported m

wasnington today.
The Arab nations still were de delaying
laying delaying American efforts to send

secretary-general Dag H a m m-marskjold
marskjold m-marskjold on a peace mission
to Palestine, but the administra administration
tion administration officials said this was not
stalling U. S. action on Israel's
fi4-million arms request.
Security Council action on the
U. S. request was postponed at

least until next Tuesday --and
probably later.

J he United States promised to

maice a full explanation on the
purpose of the mission then al although
though although the Arabs accepted the

mission "in principle."

Syrian ambassador AhmrH Shu.

kairy, deputy director of the A-

rab League, told the council the
American initiative in wantine

Hammarskjold to investigate com-

nfianrn uirn Armietirta flr-..miint.

and previous U. N. directives! tool buildings.

was wormy oi praise ana appre-

But Shukairy made it clear
the Arabs want to general reo reopening
pening reopening ofthe issues of the Pal Palestine
estine Palestine conflict and want ft full
voice In framing the directives
for Hammarskjold's mission.
He insisted the Arabs wefe not
in the wrong and did not fear the
mission,

ncreasmg

And Arms

Worry West

CAIRO, Egypt, March 29 (UP) Western diplomots
expressed frank alarm today at the increased pace of the
Soviet courtship of African and Arab countries with arms
and trade agreements.
The latest report to concern the dinlnmnK wne

. I - r w . . t w A

srory in me government newspaper Al Gumhuria today
saying the Russians are prepared to supply Egypt with
uranium.
The newspaper quoted a spokesman for a six-man
Russian technical mission to Egypt as saying the Soviets
would offer uranium to Egypt.
The mission is here to help Egypt build an atoms-tor-peace
plant, machine tool nlnntc nnA ti..

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base for the rebels

The submarine report has crop

ped up repeatedly, although the
boat never has been spotted by se

curity iorces.
British patrols are reported to
have seen strange lights at sea
while covering the coast of the
island. It was reported that a
captured member of the anti anti-British
British anti-British Roka underground con confessed
fessed confessed to security officials that

he baa orders to wait for a sub submarine
marine submarine carrying arms to the is island.
land. island. Mere possession of a weapon by
civilians on th island i an a t.

eye strain trying to 1 u d Z e if I fense Dunishable hv fine or im-

iney re getting it exactly level."; prisonment, or both. But the re-

iat a Brim military patrol, a po

nee station and a British armv

Official British kni.M tit camP no me iiomea of two sol

Governor General Sir John Hard Harding
ing Harding is giving "some consideration'

to reports of a submarine supply

Walker Bulldog
Tanks Unloading
In Saudi Arabia
BAHRP.V, Persian Gulf, March

i .vi-t a shipment of 13

American wa ker Bu dr. lank.

Other extremists trew bombs isfr,lv'd at toe 6au?i Arabian

w uttiiunan ana is DSing
unloadded on an urgent priority

diers in scattered areas of the 130-

Tiile long island.
Governors of the i 1 a n d'e
Greek Cypriot schools announc announced
ed announced they will not reopen the
schools which recently were
closed because of the unruliness
of the students. Authorities said
education now will be carried on
by correspondence courses.
In other developments, com

mandos searched the home of

Bishop Photios of.Paphos and re removed
moved removed a number of documents.
The Greek Orthodox clergymen is

in Athens on a visit.

In Nicosia, 16 shopkeepers were
fined $56 each today for closing

tneir snops on March 14 to closing

the exiligine of Greek Orthodox

Archbishop Makarios.

Maverick Federalist Shakes Gov. Watson's.Hold On Legislature

The unicameral legislature of

Crossroads convened yesterday
and organized for the busy ses session
sion session of law-making and log-rolling
expected by political observ observers
ers observers In the State Capital.
The election of a Speaker of

the House was the first order of
business, and the outcome was
clearly a surprise to the legis legislators
lators legislators themselves and a keen

LOXDOT, March 29 (UP) -The
western Big Three and Canada be began
gan began an intensive Es.slcr weekend
study today of the latest Russian

peered to embrace' President EHS'"?1""

senhower's ''open skies" inspec- "r.0v' ; J i
tion tiian 1 v erallst Party, which had looked

ti s rfpWa HarnM ct.ccon forward to a

withheld American comment on
the plan until next week when the
study is completed and western o-

pinion united

French. British and Canadian

delegates to the United Nations
disarmament subcommittee meet meeting
ing meeting here also declined to remark
on the plan.

informed sources said the fact

one-vote majority

In the House, proved unable to

maintain party discipline.
A maverick Federalist repre-
sntariv hnllfrt hl nart.v to

tlonalists, enabling them to e-

lect Gerald A. Durfee as Speak
er.

Repercussions were Immedi

ate, for Speaker Durfee appoint-

that the Soviets accepted in prin-!ed throng of Nationalist rep

cicle the need for international in

spection, as proposed by President
Eisenhower in his plan for aerial
inspections, was encouraging,
The sources were non-commit-al
about the fact that the R u s s-sians,
sians, s-sians, for the first time since

World War II, did not demand a

bolition of nuclear weapons. In

lact, the sources said, the Rus.
eians did not even mention on the
atomic or hydrogen bombs when
they presented their proposals.

Gccd Friday
The Ponnma Arr.tncan

w7 not appear tomorrow;
Good Friday.

resentatives as committee chair

men. Under these circumstances
It was believed that Governor

Watson would-have great diffi difficulty
culty difficulty In securing enactment of
his program.
The Nationalist Party stal

warts and the committees they
were appointed by the Speaker
to head sre: Owen Sutherland
Ru1m Committee); Lamolne
Weirleln troys ctate Problems);
Charles. Wiggins fCanal Zone
Problems); and Robert Borg Borg-stede
stede Borg-stede (State-Federal Relations).
After election of Speaker Dur Dur-fe
fe Dur-fe and appointment of com committee
mittee committee chairman, the legislators
adjourned to woit-the-olfahuw
of the Governor in oonearinqr to
ddre.'s them and devoted their

time to cloakroom discussions of1

matters of the highest political

importance,
Governor Wataon arrived
shortly thereafter and. after re

viewing the problems confront

ing tnis session of the Legisla Legislature,
ture, Legislature, called for bipartisan sup support
port support of the measures he would
recommend for their considera consideration.
tion. consideration. Nationalist Spokesmen sug suggested
gested suggested wryly that he could hard hardly
ly hardly have done anything else.
The Legislature then adjourn adjourned,
ed, adjourned, to meet again today for the
introduction, debate and. ner-

haps. enactment of new laws. A
stormv session was expected.
Earlier In the day the Ameri American
can American Legion's Boys Staters com completed
pleted completed their study of the three

major divisions of state govern government
ment government with a period of instruc instruction
tion instruction by Col. Howard H. Hast Hastings,
ings, Hastings, Judse Advocate of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States Army Caribbean, on
the role of the Supreme Court
in the state Judicial system.
Hastings explained the organ

ization and functioning of the) the citizen

aute Supreme Court, including
the exercise of Its appellate Ju Jurisdiction
risdiction Jurisdiction and its power to issue
extraordinary writs to accom

plish the ends of Justice, v

in tne evening the boys heard

a panel discussion of Welfare.

tation of the poor, the Infirm,
the aged and the delinquents
Col. Charles O. Bruce, Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Health Director cited
the example of the polio vaccine
program in his discussion of the
role of gevernment in preserv
In g and advancing the health of

Daniel J. Paolucci, Panama
Canal Company training offi officer,
cer, officer, described the history of
public education In the United
States.

Prolonged applause was heard

schedule.

- Dispatches reaching this
British protectorate said the
American freighter James Mon Monroe
roe Monroe dropped anchor at Damman
Tuesday with the tank on its
deck.

The tanks were shipped' to
Saudi Arabia for training pur purposes
poses purposes under an agreement be between
tween between Saudi Arabia and the
United States signed last August.
Delivery was made over Israeli

government protests and after a

uipiomauc nurry

The United Press learned on
Feb. 15 that the tanks were

Deing joaaea at a pier in Brook
lyn.

Protests forced t,emnnrr

delay, in the shipment, but the

ireignter galled on Feb. 20 for

me Miaaie East.
Each crewman received a
spectal Insurance policy for the
voyage.

"As we are nrovidlno- t.er.hnl

cal aid to build an atomic plant

in agypi, we also are prepared

to supply Egypt with uranium,"

ai uumnuria quoted the Rus Russian
sian Russian spokesman as saying.
The latest nation to receive
Communist overtures is the
Sudan, which apparently is
being offered the same sort of
Communist arms deal oiven
'1ht Egyptians ly Vzechoilvva'
via,
Sudanese officials have been
coy about It. A spokesman said
no arms offers have been receiv received
ed received and all that has hannenerl

so far, was that Czechoslovakia
and other Red nations passed a a-long
long a-long "arms catalogues."

A similar Communist Offer

was rejected by another new newborn
born newborn Arab state, Libya,

Unlike Sudan, Libya gets ex extensive
tensive extensive .financial support from
the United States and Britain.
A Middle Eastern Arab statp,
Jordan, also has retained its
close alliance with Britain so far
despite some friction.
But Western expert on Mid-
ale East affairs are seriously
concerned over the stmir-.
growing trade and other coi.
tracts between the Middle
Eastern nations and the Com Communist
munist Communist world.
From India tn th

Soviet and satellite technicians
are being seen in larger num num-indicating
indicating num-indicating some success of
the Russian economic camnaior

among under-devoinneH

tries. r vuu"

Eden Orders Full Re-appraisa!
Of Britain's Middle East Policy

Education, and '-Public Health at his mention nf th fart th.t

problems. Miss Dorothy Brick-1 a half-cnnturv aeo. the child of

man of the USO-JWB outlined I school e snpnt. nn t.h avur.

tne nisiorv or dudur measures ase. nrmnt. m hnun a mo. in

for the assistance and rehabili- the classroom.

d::h State CIicvs Over BUS Luncheon Legislation

After two hours of deliberation

the combined Senate and House

of Representatives of Caribbean
Girls State enacted eight bills,

inciuaing important legislation
concerning a plan to press for
separate luncheon facilities for

Balboa High School students at
the Balboa Service Center. j

The Servlc Center bill de

clared that the members

Girls State would work to a a-chleve
chleve a-chleve the consideration of their
plan by school and Service Cen

ter officials,

one luncheon be offered for sale programs, and the joint presen presents
ts presents the students daily, perhaps at tation of a variety show during
a special rate, which could bt the summer of each year;
purchased separately from thej A bill suggested that efforts be
main line of consumers. s (made to produce a show to raise

i, cnnmiaHim ot aisiurrjances. iunas ior senairxr renrpspnta-

A special seating arrangement
was suggested which would con confine
fine confine the students to a specific
area of the lunch room during

of i the lunch period, reducing the

confusion and ''disturbances-'
sometimes occasioned by stu students
dents students during that rush period.

ine dm was nassed unanl-

mu. lA.,-..k. 11 . ...... r

xutt lawiuaKcis cjiuicssea uic mo is v nv hnr,n nntisps

opinion that their program! other bills which became law
would fulfill thee objectives r'gt thf-itesslomcrrre: "" "'

1. Speeding UP Of Service! A bill tironnsirnr t.h Intpora- tn tnrlurU nil mmnnit. n.,t

throughstandardiz a 1 1 o n of tion of Balboa and Cristobal rather than tnst r.lrls Kt.atP an

The proposal was that.High School music and talent' taken by all.

tives to the Boys and Girls Na

tion Program in Washington,
D.C. This bill Is subject to ap approval
proval approval by the American Legion
Women's Auxiliary, sponsors of
Girls state.
It wag resolved that citizens
of Girls State would take a
pledge to avoid becoming "litter "litter-bugs"
bugs" "litter-bugs" and to help promote
cleanliness In the community, i

ine picage, wnicn was worded

meals.

Navy Secretary
Arriving Today
On Brief Visit
' Secretary of the Navy Charlr a
S. Thomas is expected to arrive
at Albrook today at 1 p.ni, fcr
two-day visit during hU t.nnr mf

the Caribbean Area.

The Secretary and his party,
which Include s Rear Adm
Charles W. Wilkins, director of
Pan-American Affairs and u. S.
Naval Mission Division, office of
the Chief of Naval Oneratlnns

Brlce Harlow, administrative as.

sistant to the President; Caot.
W. F. Brlngle, USN Lt. Col, A. W
Gentleman; and Lt. A. R. Schlr Schlr-mer,
mer, Schlr-mer, SC, will be here until to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. A Joint honor guard ceremony
is scheduled at 1:15 this after afternoon
noon afternoon at the headquarters of the
commander in chief, Caribbean
Command, Quarry Heights.
Abbott Now Acting
Captain Of Port
Capt. Elmer G. Abbot, assistant
port captain at Balboa, is acting
as captain of the port of Balboa
and member of the board of local
inspectors during the absence of
Capt. Anthony C. Roessler. effec-l

tive March 27, it has been an

nounced by the Marine Director.

Rojessler left this week for the

LONDON, March 29 fUPI

Sir Anthony Eden has ordered
a full "re-appraisal" of British

Middle Eastern policy which may

toughen the attitude towards

Egypt, official sources said today.

Government policy experts are

preparing a detailed report

wnicn win be completed by next
month.
Britain will discuss it with the
United States before a final de decision
cision decision on any policy switch Is
taken, the sources said.
"Our Midde Eastern policy Is
In the melting pot and we are
re-thinkine it in the lleht or

latest developments and experi experiences",
ences", experiences", one qualified Informant
stated.

policy review are being keofc
secret and no final new plan has
so far emerged.
Some unconfirmed suggestions
S1"te,d,a Possible change h
Britain's attitude to Israels
hitherto unheaded request tc-r
arms. H 11
. Behind the current re-n-Pralsal
Is 3rltain's growing d;.
appointment over Cairo's alli allied
ed allied hostile action and propagan.

ani-J5- iu ifI1Mun ana nations
allied with her.

The sources hinted that a

toughening of Britain's attitude
towards Egypt may emerge from
the current re-appralsal.

The details of the current

U-Boll Breaks

On FerrCsusing

Pcndrktiisn To Fall

A U-bolt on the Thatcher Fer Ferry
ry Ferry which broke while a Pana

manian worker was walking on
It, caused him to fall about six
feet into the water late last
night.
The Injured man, Hector Del Del-gado,
gado, Del-gado, an employe of Bildon, Inc.,

was still unconscious today In
Gorgas Hospital where he Is be being
ing being treated for a concussion,
traumatic extractions and three
lower teeth and face and chin

cuts.

The 30-year-old Panamanian

was walking on the west ferry
slip at Balboa at 11:05 last niht
when one bolt gave away under
him. As he fell to the water, po police
lice police said, he struck a U-bolt with
his chin, knockinir 'him uncon

scious.

A Gorgas HosDital doctor eave

medical assistance,, to iiie victim
on the scene, and then removed

mm to the hosnltal. As soon as

Gipnlic Explosion
Blasls Groin Sibs,J

5 Burisd In Mhh-

United States where he will spend he is improved, he will be trans

aDoui six weens on vacuon. ierred to Santo Tomas.

..fWLADELPHIA, March 23
A 8'fiantic explosion heard
5 miles away flattened a grain
elevator and four big siloii near
the Pennsylvania Railroads 3n,'
Wreet -Station- last night and f.ve
men were missing in the mass of
nibble.
. At least 50 other persons were
injured m the blast heard as far
away as Mount Holly,, N.J.
William Sutton, general mana?.
er of the Tidewater Grain Elevat Elevator
or Elevator Co., identified three misMn"
men ag Edward Johnson, 2G.
Philadelphia, one of the '-grapery
employes; and two truck driven
Bayren Weldon and Arihup n ,,.

, mP,0'ed y the John Ecu
nak Trucking Co. of Millville," N
J. Further identifications were nr-t
available immediately.
Police said two other men vwr
Unaccounted for. Thev idenlii.,

iriem only as Frank Morgan a i
Duminic Malachi, employes of i
RaUway Express Co., next door
the grain elevator,
. Hundreds of. w i n d o w s c -smashed
on the Drexcl ln.sl;U,. -Technology
campus, only a 1-'
from the scene, and more tl i
score of night school students p
faculty memebers' were ir-
mainly by flying glass.
The thunderous explosion ca
in part of the lobby ceiling ?
shattered a large plate gl
dow of the new $5 million Lr
Bulletin building directly ?
the street from the fra'in t

ur. l'arLoI Uia c.ui wt

ed loose in the newsp;iprr's
floor editorial room and ne

were thrown from their ci ci-the
the ci-the concussion.



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By VICTOR RIESEL
There is a"stranp encitivi,.

110 exlmtinnisr nr. A ,..;. :.

. Jfc. M.rf I., n M. f,,. Th, j Mm Anlttk extortionists will squeeze a
. Hc.4 ,t.i.mh, ta .h,H, eiw h'". U as his purse
. ntr. line extortinnjcfs .i, ...;n

I fontithulA Un. a- i .. ... .. .. (Stand bv and coo fho

' Ainri
aa pen Hearted, loval

who U always do you a favor
Everything els fa.

Criticism. exoosure nuhii nm

l I- .A-: r &-.

i."cc, in uieir minos. r nr.

sections fcy ungrateful public

-u.j.u .cjuses io sit oy silently

u" V kacls are Deing picked
We find Such aencitiriiv em.

i" inrauj w unt jm Kav tT.

Wi WVIIC3

CORtrBtut ItttM alu'l k i. ...... a m . .a.

Mairt.tv lattat ante it Mia to stricfti cati4M.

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THE MAIL SOX

THE BOQLtTE BUGLE

fiir:

l,r v !frlght !fould. PMy play this tune better than 1
m u Lut,bei f Antonio ana I have tne good luck io be
.m UoQuete, and I've never seen cetter weather here. Bonnet

. .'un navi atn: tc ha m .nfkn. i... . .. .. . t

'compwicle. 0 "" T "" now

Z".: h??vy '"ins that, that cost the

.h- r u,uuu DaRS U11S 'ear Wltn the rain knocw-
juiK the bernei onto the Krouna.
wi A?d 11 v!'tiftl 'ere writing this letter he- would prob-
& ftWiiew -""if-: 00165 over lhe wet thai the planters
have not been neiptd by an. arbitrary reauction of fS In the
pnee of coiiee as controlled by 1FE
Vinn, made a u of dl"ereilce to the business men In

Jn r mm' th ir c l HUI,:ience tne shoppers who come
un fiom the tineas on Saturday and Sunday, 'inere are fewer
Jof tnem and they are buyioR less now. But another good coi coi-fee
fee coi-fee crop will mae Boquete boom and If E has no control over
ane chiaate which too many people m nPanarna T are ria$t.
Jwithout nood reason. o6t

f topa oners excellent and frequent plane service from To
umea every clay. The llighi taKes ciuv an hour hn.

.ana is comfortable. Now all of the potlioies have been filled
a "11 as smooth -riS

SSiwrw. BT,".rr"-"'c"u 1"r,.vl,lors. a aiways the

in7t2 -..-AMWMie nuici uw m jUSi aoout unique in Latin

'ijJS.J Morgans came

h I V ouoiy irom uerro r unta by station wagoa
&VuW evening. Sy Admira 55

n7;ipVTn ft7r "LC:V" unla. n a were matter

; v"1' "ie Aamirai described a pretty roueh

r?J 10iJwe?. .ine rouw of what will some day be a

Koing.

highway lor motor vehicle

v csemuie crop, now coming in. is (rood hut
vegetables play a small part of the economy of these Wehlands
yJte Yo honld t some of the tomatoes thf?

MVifc cents a pound- Tne Potato harvest has be be-f,Juand
f,Juand be-f,Juand the s?cks are PUed up in the airport at David one
stack was marked Bocas del loro. Can you imagine (what l!
would cost to send a sack of potatoes rom Booueto toBori,
This shows what Copa has done and is doing for the devei devei-opment
opment devei-opment of the Interior and for the benefit of consumers at sea

PunX TXll H??. etable harvest in Cerro

?OUt load, of up to 3500 Pounds tS! wJeTSSK
a lot of flying vegetables, hut the w. 7-..,f-.T5ats

una.- Colon and the Canal Zone. Vl m rm'
Roy Mosher reports the thermometer down to 48 and 47 tn
STii,?mt-''ttihMn,t been tnat cold here, but cold enough
to caU for a sweater after dark, and three blankets at night. 8
Crede Calhoun

i v-. A'bu nrirt9

hill J n

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WASinXGTON The other day
alk to two leaders of the Repub-

lican nartv h,f "'!..ePu-

ftgnjeJI : resentment and Uewr
OOP leaders in U'!ci,;, v. 7.

rfn .K..t SDOUia

n party. And George -MaKi!I
young Democrat whom nobody"
"Now. U'.8 alraost the same rii.

to. ah

donhad led hi .?el P iStffi
didate for President exactly twollt W And W hive dis-
Ite M? e Republican pt

r-vvsc, mm au, is the VOIInPoet .u
Republican govemo lr TfU,SVore governor,

extraordinary p . i

friar. Am m I

ic u.ujc process oi now

iAing over a powerful union from

once Dowenuj. hut nu .o.j I

.-v. uiivu uv oas sat loo lone

on his horse-studdeH

These friends rf Fsv uhn ti.l

vrxn pairon ana partner nf nmmi.

nent poliUcians, labo' leaders and

ir rainais as you can read in
BiU Keating! new book 'Th Rfn

Who Rocked The Boat", just pub-

uaucu oy naroers are linn

io aepose tne 70-vesriiri wiiiiom

Maloney, nead of the International

vinun 0I uperaung Engineers.

rays pais Have served nnhV

on Maloney that he must miit of I

uic unions nauonai convention on

Apru in tmcago. In his place,
the Fay boys will put one Victor

awanson, ot whom you haven't
heard. He is now sixth vice nroei.l

j i .i ,t .. r

oeni oi uie uperaung Engineers.

nis vaiue to tne clan is his age.

He is 74. He wants one term as
president. Around him will be six
ti as riPAr! A I : I

wicaiucuLs in six newtv

This wdl give them the chance ..

io cnoose a successor to Swanson.

L,anaOn l fminfl in

looking Dhllosonhicaltif .. I

th ir. aiui uycr

"""fas prairies from h s sky sky-seraiMv
seraiMv sky-seraiMv u..:u:.

vmtc UUllQin?. H hie

grown old gracefully, shows no

,1""." over me way his party
SUUiId0,J? m 0,6 1938 Kooseveit
landshde. He rirfps hnK :

toe mornmg, catches up with his
mail especially lon IoHa. i

nlrt ntpfnA tjl i ...

His yount? fnpnH r.nvamA.

wnom Alf helnpH aWt i oi-a.'

dynamic, bursting with energy in
his fight against old guard Republicanism.-With
the GOP prl-
mira .till it. .. r11

muiiuis away, tne gov governor
ernor governor came direct from his cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign headquarters to lunch in
the governor's mansion. He was

7i Z cnamns nis DatUe against

a second term

swvci nur.

With Ike runnintr liAn l-

ably carrv thV 1'-- ".K

Uie Republican who once ran for
Present himself, "but it won j
oe easy." ,
. Visiting with Governor Hall at
his executive mansinn on m ...

dor-type buildmg that looked like
my grandfather's home in Par Par-sons,
sons, Par-sons, Kans., I asked him why the

partner. Bnh Alton ah. i Fl?:r&fl, bull moosestati. nt

few oU wells and enjoys "Hf T a5 ir.i 3I? llen White and enry
.till K DA 1 v "tA'Aflpn hart Until flnn.

uc on nis npt hirthHo., euc cuaservauve.

j -.ua vi mmnne if. K. j

- rr-v v uclousc ouring
the depression so many young peo people
ple people moved away," he said. "They
couldnt find jobs here, so they
left for the East nr roiiu

TTie old people stayed behind-and
old people are sometimes conserv conservative...
ative... conservative... ;

"But. basically h .aaa

Kansas IS still nrnorcci

the old guard faction which has! temendous core of good
ruled Kansas for years. government people in our towns.
1 hey want honest government,
ADAMS GIVES ADVICE ano- that's the core of my sup sup--
- sup-- iPort.

That faction include

That successor is scheduled to he

one Fete Weber of Newark, a sud suddenly
denly suddenly bullet-filled city these days.
Weber is Joe Fav'a intimate He

has been called Fav'i boHvonarrl

Call him what vou will, he is I (A

Fay's friend. He drove through 'ma

the bitter winter night two months! R.

LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS

Sir;

LOCAL 906

A worker does not have to wait to read Durant' ortiu t
JL? .en plastered over all the

iM- 1 nave ui wail to he release! frnm
iSi&XKaSf "i18 montJ?- The? S odt SS
"? .we aosence oi news showed over the nnsf turn

ack ofheS 6Ven LCal 907 comPlainei last year' about

years.

the

iZr.:rw" 9f Lh Pa"a-the facts of God, of sin

"'-" fipara oy ..me

ago to the Siberia of New York

prisons. Clinton Penitentiarv. in

Dannemore. He got there in the
early a.m. to greet his old chief

at the gate and help bun elude

reporters.
Weber has said nuhlirlv that hie

good friend Fay can have any

thing he wants. The sentiment is

understandable. Fay never turned
down Weber or anv of his friends

who wantea a favor so they could I hastily leaves the Upper Room
fulfill "a 'contract", as the boys that night lone a en nnt ic an

Churches of Our Siviaur.st m..

gartf.)
RUNNING FROM REALITY

Read St. John ll in.in

mm, naving rctivd the s o p,

, ",,m-'iy out; and ft was
night."

WE SEE Judas Iscariot, as he

racter, of decision, of eternity, of

ruuao VTll BUIU. UU1J SSW 1)101-
self up against ulUmate and final
reality and he sought the cover
of night. He fled because he could

not stand to face himself in the!

of cha-,are: the convenience nf 'lrnacc

when there is something a person

enm a nt

Eisenhower's cood frionHc v

II. II .- .. AVI.

nau, nimseii strone for F.isnhnn.

er, has defeated them three dif-

.i,V 1 m races lof lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant governor and governor. He
predicts he will do so again this

KANSAS LOBBYISTS

call it. In fact. Fay never hesi'

tated to cut in many of his friends,

though I know nothing of this in involving
volving involving Weber.

wasn't. What exieilti vsatA a ninni4. i n&tion&l

?.de lAM""!? !lhbFr!lW cliqu;n?inotice

smaller : parts. Cl w', were spiirang the small union in
, Ey now I still clearly remember Miss Haroer nf the Roi.
iZFSmX the CIO investigating Kayf tSattee
labor movement here would not thrive ai long as two sDlit i n!
hiVtf m ined Murray was here to do a job wd ?ven when
thev tAnV-Tif6 they 8011 ttwo tinions. though
they won the splitting up of the union, they got something else
that they did not exrjeet unrt ni oniti JirJVr0 .:'"1.IiSf,eise

er and lower and soon lowest :ifilie,5

in. r T M "fcjr WBW nn one had been do

low S'l 0f pef "Pita payments was extremely
o au al,sent In Plenty more than that. Nothing was
done for the unlnn hr Mnf 4.a i i L . i s

a ,-- "' juoi, uiib icttcr; out manv. were
Kpeenm0n
aY1186 was donf by the International Union on the treatv
and how some sections of It would hurt the employes? Noth.'
- Nothing" d0ne t0 asslst ln an across-the-board Increase?
What was rinn til ViAln etv. 1

What was ta. fr'V;:".--'!';.'- 1 York City Anti-Crime Committee

divisions? Nothing. "7 aown 01 some I crusade against Fay, among oth

.tn "ThfS?. iaAAers ha- work without any money or any
nip. The only letters thev eot from th Tnt.;Ai;i tti"'

It is, therefore, not unreasonable
to presume that Weber, when he

controls the national union, will

not ignore Fay.

The public, therefore, Is entitled

to know how Weber plans to run

this union.
Why s it entitled to know? Be

cause this union's 200,000 skilled
operators of cranes, bulldozers,
concrete mixing machines, pile
drivers, etc.-, etc., soon will be

at the very heart of the govern

ment's stupendous $28,500,000,000
road building program. That's

why. ; ',

There will be a thousand vul

nerable contractors. Thousands of

workers will seek jobs building

the highways.

At the coming convention, ray s

friend, Weber, can show how he

plans to run this union, lie can
support a move to give the floor
to two ex-GIs. Pete Batalias and

Bill Wilkens, who are going to the

April 0 clambake along with- other
reform groups from cities on both
coasts. '''''
Wilkins and Batalias will demand

that their own east coast local be
investigated. For years it has been

dominated by another pal of Fay's,

ex-convict William de Koning. This
is the last chance of the reform

erouDs until 1960 since the Oper

atine Engineers hold conventions

every four years.

The ex-GIs have been threat

ened. They have been fined. They

have been thrown ou: of meetings

Thev have been suspended simply

for asking Questions from tne iioor,

They are now Deing counseled

by Bill Keating, a coal miner's
son. Keating helped lead the New

variolous man runing away from
poverty, and not only a bad man

i mining away irom goodness, but
rather as a cowardly mart running
away from reality.
JESUS so fully represented
lues great, inescapable facts

doesn't want to face.

WE HAVE all got to face the
fact that we are living in God's
umrM onn 4kni

tw L Vi company uoa. juaas ran away. Jesus stood
TH erf ar! tom.hit. by. They died within a few hours
JSEuE .aieJ.,m.!s i?.r.ualL? m ea.ch other The death of one is

. ju, lor us- w sname of history; and the
We run, as Judas did for cover, death of the Other is our hon nS

The Ike friends are r

Frank C a r I n n rt c

iium ZVdllsas PinsA tn Ik. H;u:..

r. n Personal friend of

we riesiueni.

Jlarry Darby, of Kansas City.
Kans., Republican national com committeeman,
mitteeman, committeeman, and nn nf th.

nal drafters of Eisenhower for

i icsiueni. 1 .
T. them young Governor Fred
Hall is an upstart who challenges

, j .c16. 10 "ominate Kansas.
Ann thnnrfh i'-i ..j:a m

Governor Hall was an enthusl enthusl-sshc
sshc enthusl-sshc supporter of President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower when Ike vetoed th

bill Senators Carlson and Schoep Schoep-pel
pel Schoep-pel of Kansas were not.

"We had the lobbyists doing the
same thing in our Legislature," Hal
said, referring to the gas lobbyists.
"On the last dav the riearPttA lnh.

byists were passing out cartons of
free cigarettes right on the Senate
floor, brazenly walkine un and

downthe aisle passing out free
cartons. The Senate had lust H.

feated a cigarette tax. That was
how highhanded these lobbyists
can get."
Fred Hall is one of the few Re

publican governors who has been

SOME of the commonest refu

gees are found in solitude, in our
work. Others take refuen frnm

reality in day dreams. Others
seek release upon the lowest, most!

oovious pianc, in such things as
drink and drugs. There are other
ways of running away from life,
such as a constant rtpsiro tin

change any place but where we

our salvation. Jesus lives in a

living?

Prayer: Help us. dear Lord, to

fact lift as it comes our wav lika

men; and not run away likt cow-

irai. we are thankful that Jams

stood by, and showed us the Way
of the Cross, Amtn.

CLUB A TLAS

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And though 5. t! to labor. They like h
RepubUcan covemnr nf 4",have vigorously supported him in

be unopposed by his own party for I state where labor usually votes
a second term, nevertheless th democratic.
old niiarrf thio ; lVe In manv resDects. he and hi

real world under the direction ofl ins with trit;.. ,.!uS?"i elder adviser. Alf Landon renrp.

God. Judas lived in a world ofjfeat Hall. Furthermore the old" sent the progressive, Teddy Roose Roose-his
his Roose-his own wishing. Where are you guard- indirecUy tried to enlist vel? wmg of the Republican party

wmite House support to do it n"cn "u Pa w us grass roots
Last fall when the vonn !n Kansas. And if the GOP is look-

crnor of Kansas came to Washing-

i aui me governor s conference,
assistant President Sherman

Auams sent for him.
."We hope,", he admonished,
there won't .be anv imnhi, ;n

n S a S. President F.i

' AJ1UVU1IUWVI

uoesn i want anything to happen
to his friends. So we hope you
won't let anyone run against Sens

ing for new life and new blood to
inject Into a "grand old Dartv"

where red corpuscles have been a

little weak at times they would d t
well to scrutinize carefully the
energetic young man from To-

peka. :f-;'',A :

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tv. I ii ? mm per capita payment.
.TM.reid1?R. 5b"c..5houId n?1 let .the same bunch that

AKntif i ""i "'"11 aionK witn Murray, fool them
about tinfinancial officers and board members.
nint" WAtrAhL8.00-f,.!,s bccame disgusted and would have

...... r iuujia omy Decause uasKin urged us to Some
teetheWCudnioenhy,T DlCnty mo.re money than could ever p"5
Vit.Uf"i0v" .l.0?'-0?"' had "Pend out of our oto

.nf-A u w,e UCBa u,"n irom Becoming deader.
What I cannot understand is why Gaskin has keDt silent
mwhto fy"1 btinVk ,or has he3sS She
.JSf LC.aot 81? for 5l maklnR: a statement? It Is

rhi .r J j lca"y 8acnce(i a whole lot for nothing
What some people do not know Is that he even borrowed money
.T,8," ? .k.MD the mon alive, worked without

iM wt w. i j Ayears' as president, and did not

Vi vAutjirtco una iur trie pasi two years
anmfh!? a8 knowi" how much the union owes him and
T-" nney they spent out of their pockets By the

hn,hamfth0!f wh1n?w throw smear on officers and the
tLeVrst cnKC the mot IeKltimate unpaid bills
d,f,vJ hf5flcersuwhat they ow them- When these of-,
f.cers and board members were naying dues and sacrificing'
manv of the present ones were unfinancial. ThSI Tmen d" not
luve to apoioEtee for a known inrnmnntont 0t,a .,ii.

internationsl Union because they didn't pav them ialary o?
buv pas for their enrs. 0
What we should be blamed for is not gettlne out before
hey had. cause to take over, but we decided to go along with
f?askins judfment. R
A Former (But Suspended) Financial Board Member

era. Keauna exposeo. uie pro mi

nent list of visitors to Fay's prison

cell an exposure which rocked

three states and affected tne u.&.

Senate

The two ex-GIs tell me they are
going to Chicago because they

"hoDe bv going to the convention

to get our message tnrougn puo

liclv to enough ranK-ana-nie mem'

hers hack home who are not mv

volved in the politics of local or

ganizations, or terrorized, or tied
into the rackets, to force the union

leaders to assure us a fair and

just hearing."
These are courageous men.

Some have been assaulted for de

manding civil rights in this union.

But their aDneal to the rank-and-

file seems futile. Scores of thou-

sans of rank-and-file members

can't vote for national officers

or for any officers. The union has

hundreds oi employers Business Businessmen
men Businessmen in it as members. They
must vote as "suggested" or they

are out of business.

Thus a union whdse members

are vital to the very life of Amer

ica's economy is tightly controlled

bv a handful of men. If these

friends of Fay don't like being pic pictured
tured pictured in his image, let them break
with his tradition.
His day is over anyway. The

public is on the move.

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By Popular Demand, lhe Romantic Baritone Voice of
ROCKY LOHMAM
Thrilling you with songs from South Pacific and Oklahoma
LUCHO -.MUftOZ.
AND HIS ORCHESTRA

anyone run atrainst Sahb.. "ui 1 re.whu

I tor Carlson for re-election and will BFNTnNr tiPRnp inh ;
not challenge Harry Darbv forl,.5NT0Il HARBOR, Mch.

i vf) &aies totaling jy,U8,zut
were made at the Benton Harbor
fruit market during 1955, fourth
highest total in the market's 26 26-year
year 26-year history, market officials said.

The market is the largest cash-to-grower
market in the world.

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Don JUAN OTERIO QUIMT5RO 8

i Doing the Mambo

Miss Shirly Ann Meyer and Jose (Charata) Verg
Presenting a ne slant on the Cha-Cha-Cha

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uie nauonai committee."

uovernor Hall told Adams he
was just as anxious as anyone to

neep peace in me party, but, short short-ly
ly short-ly after he got back to Kansas, he
found that Ike's friends Carlson
and Darby weren't. And though he
carried out his pledge to Adams
not to oppose either, the onvamnr

found he was being opposed by
them. Thev hava nnlor t

publican candidate against him in

y me pnmary. '.

; !jo, you're going to see a knock

aown, drag-out battle inside the

nepuuiican party in Kansas,
. CLOSE RACE IN KANSAS

Later I talked to elder states

man i,anaon aoout this f p it Qn..

cifically I asked him: "Is the' farm

revolt such that a miracle might

iiouucu ana ninsas cn ntmnrnt.

).a0' t,

Landon was careful.
"YOU have all the inororiianfc

here that you had In 1930," he said.
"Then you had drought. Vnn

sliding farm prices. You had bit bit-ter
ter bit-ter dissension inside the Republi

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37 Bows
39 Headland
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51 Brazilian
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58 Club fees

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28 Mistake
27 Intercept

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BEST ACTRESS OF 1955 Italian actress Anna Magnani
jubilantly waves her arms in Rome as she receives news that
fine has been named "Best Actress of the Year" for her wori
in "The Rose Tattoo" at the 28Ui Annual Academy Awards
presentation in Hollywood.

HOLY WEEK
Catholic Churches, Atlantic Side
In accordance with the recent
ecclesiastical degree governing
the- rites of Holy Week, Catholic
of the Atlantic Side, under the
care of the Vincentian Fathers,
have returned to the ancient litur liturgical
gical liturgical practices the church. On
Holy Thursday, each church will
have Mass in the afternoon, fol followed
lowed followed by the procession to the Re Repository.
pository. Repository.
On Good Friday, there will be
the veneration of the Cross and
the jdistrbituion of Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion at approximately the same
hour that Our Saviour died on the
Cross. -,''!
On Holy Saturday, the Easter
vigil service beigins in each church
at 11 p.m., followed shortly after
midnight by the Mass of the Res Resurrections
urrections Resurrections w
All churches will have masses in
the morning on Easter Sunday, as
listed below. There will be no
morning devotions oi Thursday,
Friday or Saturday of Holy Week.
The times of services are as fol follows:
lows: follows: f
MIRACULOUS MEDAL
CHURCH New Cristobal. Holy
'Thursday, 5:15 p.m. Good Friday,
3 p.m. Holy Saturday,' II p.m.
Easter Sunday Masses. 9 and 11
"a.m.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, Colon,
Hoiy Thursday, 5:45 p.m. Good
Friday, Stations of the Cross 2: 30
p.m., followed- by Good Friday
services, woiy taiuruay, n p.m.
Easter Sunday Masses: v .5:45, 8
and 9:15 a.m.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH; Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, Holy Thursday, 5:15p.m.
Good Friday, 3 p.m. Holy Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11 p.m. Easter Sunday Mass Masses
es Masses 8 and 9:30 a.m.
ST.! VINCENT'S CHURCH,, Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City. Holy Thursday, 6 p.m.
Good Friday, 3 p.m. Holy Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11 p.m. Easter Sunday Mass Mass-8
8 Mass-8 a.m.
OUR LADY. OF GOOD COUN COUNSEL
SEL COUNSEL CHURCH, Gamboa. Holy
Thursday 6 p.m.y Good Friday 3
p.m. Holy Saturday 11 p.m.
Christ .Church, Colon ....
Appropriate services and the an-
a,
MUSIC TO RECOVER BY

cene in Children's Hospital, Akron, Ohio, during the semi-annual

Children's, Concert Day. Five-year-old Letta Sublett, almost
immobilized from burns, rings out a soft rhythm on the bells to
Mrs. L. E. Warlord's song on the piano. Under leadershin nf

Children's Concert Society volunteers, youngsters in the hospital
"roll their own" music in rhythm band fun. Those who can move
wt front -wwd to ynri. "" ' """ ' """

SERVICES

nual concert program' are on the
schedule for the observance of
.aau:i i vunsi ,nurcn oy-uie-
i011- L J
The first Eucharist of the Feast
of the Resurrection wiU be cele-

umicu at a.ou a.m., who me juu- iea. He couldn t lead a low spade
ior choir in attendance. -The sen-at once, however, for that would
lor choir will sing for the festive C(tSl a trick. East would take the
choral Eucharist at 9 o'clock, and ace of spades and lead another
for the closing service of. Solemn heart, whereupon South would dis dis-Evensong
Evensong dis-Evensong at 7:30 p.m. 'carl the queen of spades. West
. The services will be conducted wouid make a seCond trump trick,
by the Ven. Mainert J. Peterson, but lose a spade trick in the
Archdeacon of Colon ,and rector of process
the parish, assisted by the Rev.,
Henry A. .Blake. phe important play was to cash
At 3:30 in the afternoon an Eas- the kins of spades immediately

ter concert -win De presented, u

win -open ana -riose wiin aninems hearts, then lead a low spade to
by the Choir Guild, directed byjEast's ace When the fourth round
Archdeacon Peterson and accom-!n hearts nnw ram through dp.

panied by Handel K. Lawson at
vigau.
.. . .1
uuesi artist ior tne occasion
will be Hugh Adams, Isth-,
iiiidu piaiiibi, wiiu win leuuer iuul!
selections. The program will also
feature other outstanding local art artists.
ists. artists. Among them will be Gilber-
to Perez, violinist; tne popular At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side tenor, Desmond Dan Daniels;
iels; Daniels; Miss Coristancia Bell, Mezzo Mezzo-soprano;
soprano; Mezzo-soprano; Miss Blanche Savage, so soprano,
prano, soprano, and Cecil Miller, baritone.
Church of God, Panama '
Both in Panama City and Rio
Abajd, Good Friday serviced Vill
begin at noon lasting till 3 p.m.
In Panama the services will be

conducted by the Rev. Wm. J.lman will flash from the Empire

donnson and at mo adbjo Dy ti-
der Armond O. Brewster. Special
singing, prayers, meditation and
the seven sayings of Christ on the
cross will be the topic of the day.
On Easter Sunday morning,
Commencing at 9:30 a.m. the Rev.
William Livingston, superintend superintending
ing superintending missionary will preach a bap baptismal
tismal baptismal sermon, after which a large
class of candidates will be im immersed
mersed immersed by the Rev. Johnson, fol following
lowing following this immediately after the
ordnance of the Lord's supper will
be observed.- -
Thert will be no morning .wor .worship
ship .worship service in the Panama City
church on Sunday morning as both
congregations will unite in the
i. service at Rio Abajo. Night service
will be as usual in both places.
The newscamera catches a Doienant

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The play in today's contract
maue a aifference ot 200 Doinis
This is not as much as the differ
ence between making a contract
and being defeated, out it's worth
knowing about.
West would nave made game and
rubber at four spades, but the
sacrifice at live diamonds was too
costly. West opened the eight of
beans, and East took the king and
ace. East then returned the jack of
hearts for hts nartnpr tn ruff
selcting this high card to show
that his entry was in a high suit
(spades) ratner than in a low suit.
West rufted and planned to get
tn hie noi-trw. h n a mith
gpado it order to get another heart
after .ruffing the third round of
ciarer, he couldn't make a useful
discard.
South made a good try, by ruff-
ing witl. the king of diamonds. He
then finessed the queen Jf clubs to
enter dummy ana led a diamond
East stepped up with the ace of
diamonds and led a fifth heart,
assuring West a trick with the jack
of diamonds
World's Brightest
Lights To Flash
From Empire State
NEW YORK. March 29 (UPV-
The brightest liehts ever made bv
state Building a month behind
schedule, because of the long West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse Electric Corp. strike, it
was announced today.
' Four beacons designed to be
seen as far away as Boston and
Baltimore were to have been turn turned
ed turned on Saturday night, Easter eve,
atop the world's tallest building.
, But manufacture of the 2,500 2,500-watt
watt 2,500-watt bulbs by the IWestinghouse
company could not begin until
its long strike was settled last week
Several pilot bulbs will be tested
tomorrow, but the permanent in installation
stallation installation will not be turned on un until
til until late in April, the Empire State
Building Corp. Said. i
Young Love, Auto
Trouble Send Lad
To Detention Home
I CLEVELAND, Ohio March 29 29-(UP)
(UP) 29-(UP) Young love, a larcenous
turn, of mind and a coincidence,
put a 15-year-old Cleveland boy
waun. Alt ,U1C JUT Millie UCiCtlUUU UU111C
-' i today.
4 Police said the youth stole a car
4 i to take his girl, 14, for a ride.
iney parked on a steep drive in
Rockefeller' Park.
' As they kissed the brakes, slip
ped, The car rolled down and
struck another auto. Romeo came
to, jumped from the car shouting:
"It s my uncle s car, it s my
uncle's car I'll pay for the dam
ages."
But the other driver was unim unimpressed.
pressed. unimpressed. "I know all your uncles
and none of them has a car," he
told the youth. He was the boy's
probation officer. ,;,;.;;
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CYPRIOTS MOVE FROM CRIME SPOT Cypriote hand fur furniture
niture furniture and household effects over the barbed wire cordon
around the crime spot of Nicosia, Cyprus, to friends on the
other side. British Gov. Sir John Harding endorsed an order
for the evacuation of the area following the murder of a
' British policeman.

State Dept. Spokesman Tells

Of Goods Sold
WASHINGTON, March 29 29-(UP)
(UP) 29-(UP) The State .Department
reported today that Nationalist
China indirectly carried on a $2, $2,-900,000
900,000 $2,-900,000 trade program with the
Chinese Communists last year.
Department spokesman Lin
coln White said the trade in
volved only non-strategic goods
which were channeled through
the British-controlled port of
Hong- Kong on the China main mainland.
land. mainland. He said the department has no
knowledge of any direct trading
between the Nationalist Chinese
on Formosa and the mainland
Communists, who have threat threatened
ened threatened war on the Island.
White made the statement
when asked to clarify testimony
of undersecretary of State Her Herbert
bert Herbert Hoover Jr. that "the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Nationalists are shipping to
the Communist Chinese Quite a
number of millions, of dollars
worth of eoods every year."
The subcommittee wants to
know, among; other things, why
the administration has not in invoked
voked invoked the 1952 Battle Act to cut
orf u.S. aid to any nation ship ship-pine
pine ship-pine strategic goods to the Reds.
White told reporters about $2.-
eoo.uoo worth or communist
goods went through Hone Kong
to Nationalist China last vear.
KINDERGARTEN CUT
MILWAUKEE (UP) Mil
waukee's school board has ap approved
proved approved discontinuance of kinder
garten for four-year-olds because
of shortage of classrooms. Chil Children
dren Children who wf'l be five years old
two months after the beginning of
a scnooi term still may enroll.
IN HURRY TO PAY
GRAND HAVEN, -Mich. (UP
Bent'ey Scott. 22, Hudsonville
enroute to Zeciand to pay a fine
for reckless driving, was given a

speeding ticlcat by fcnenif Len VeriSept. 10 agreement to repatriate
Scbure for going 70 miles an hour. I civilians.

FELIX ANNOUNCES
SATURDAY, MARCH 31
-BRANCH STORE No. 18-60 Tivoll Ave.
Open ALL day and during noon hour
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
MAIN STORE No. 22-06 Central Ave.
;.v Open from 8:30 a.m. till noon.
Club Payments accepted at either Stores during
the morning or until 5:00 p.m. at our Branch Store.

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To Red China
He said about $250,000 worth of
material went from Nationalist
China to Hone Kone and nre
sumably on to Red China.
"The Red shipments, White
said, were chiefly medicine, ma-
terials, tune oil and dehydrated
vegetables. He said the National Nationalist
ist Nationalist shipmetts were mostly cam camphor,
phor, camphor, cintronella and medicines.
Jackson said trade between
the two groups of Chinese "seems
pretty ridiculous slnca Commu
nist China is the one country
with which the United States
permits no trade whatever."
''The administration should
have made the details known
lone ago," he said. "I am goin
to ask that the details be made
public."
The subcommittee Is scheduled
to meet in closed session tomor
row with Hoover, Commerce Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Sinclair Weeks and For
elgn aid chief John B. Hollister
to receive secret information on
East-West trade.
US, Red Chinese
Ambasscdors Meet
For 42nd Time
GENEVA, March 29 (UP)
Ambassadors of the United
States and Communist China
met today for the 42nd time in
eight months of deadlocked dis discussion
cussion discussion on relaxing Far East ten tension.
sion. tension. As they have for months. U.S.
Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson
and Chinese Ambassador Wang
Ping-Nan were talking about a
possible renunciation of force in
the Formosa area, on which
there are two drafts from each
side are on the table, and about
I the unfinished business of their
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Darkens Texas Sky;

EL PASO, Tex., March 29 (UP)
Hundreds of tons of wind-blown
topsoil blackened the Texas sky to
day but the season s worst dust-
storm abated in five other south
western states.
At last report, the dust had
reached Alice, Tex., 50 miles from
the Gulf of Mexico and 1,200 to j
1.50O miles from where the first!
dnedout topsoil was picked up by
high winds. j
The storm was expected to cost
some wheat farmers their crops.
Lt. Edward A. Achall, West Sa Salem,
lem, Salem, Ohio, walked uninjured into,
Walker Air Force Base near Ros-'
well, N. M., today after spending
the night in a nearby field where
he landed after bailing put of his
F86H jet plane during the dust
storm. He said he was unable to
see to land at Walker so climbed
to a safe altitude and parachuted.
Residents of Kansas, Oklahoma,
Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexi Mexico
co Mexico said the weather was clearing
out rapidly in areas where day
was turned into night yesterday.
More than 40,000 square miles of
Kansas, the nation's biggest wheat wheat-growing
growing wheat-growing state, were blanketed with
dust at the height of the storm.
The worst of the storm was cen centered
tered centered on Texas today. Visibility
was out to a mile at El Paso and
Cotullas.
Damage to grain in some areas
was high but so far unestimated.
Some reports told of soil being
stripped away from the roots of
winter wheat. Others said growing
grain disappeared along with the
sou in which k was luwtu.
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NO BOTTLE TOPS
OGDbN, Utah (UP) Police
traffic clerks say theySwere not
amused when a pink envelope, the
kind officers use to tag over-parked
cars, arrived containing three soda
Water bottle caps. 1 he wit was
traced through his license plate
number and mailed an order to ap
pear immediate'y w'th the 50-cent
fine.

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vitamins and minerals, the delicious delicious-.
. delicious-. new that Nature put into this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful orange? The rich wholesome
"meat" that holds the juice? Thafg
easyl When you shop, just say
"Snow Crop."

One 8-ounce glass of SNOW CROP Orange
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ing drink-ing the juice of 4 whole oranges! :i'
And SNOW CROP, unlike thin watery
juices, keeps in the rich, healthful,
vitamin-packed, mineral-abundant

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Cahn, who has more Ms to h.s
credit than tie Belgian Conco has

'You ir.sv have noticed, on a te-ise flies, Uiinks it's a question
catchy Lu!e song caUed "You of personality.
Can't Be True to Two," toe newt
voice ( Mindy Carson. Not all heri tood actor," he says, "is
new voice by anv means, but justwnoon h can project across
a hint of the power she's lately, footlights. In mo tamo way, a
developed. jgood record singor jumps off a
It all began about three Years1 record and out of a juke-box and
30, when she sang for Richard! something. It's something
Rodotrs. It was his idea: he "w!it aitbtr have or don't fcave." i

looking for someone to succeed . I

JHary Martin in "South Pacific" t "V "uw '."

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Vu. 1T.-.T -.-r" ' singer's

f-r i stap rjrppr hut h san?!caUie ne n,eS Jncs that fcv
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ter aim anynow. L1k "t;; 1". 'w t:

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IpnH u'hpr m &knpr likp to hit thp

a very nice ;"-!,: ClLT i. .";7 c

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I ivvry iswfr, inn 19 iiviiii
, example of ho stardom comas
'faster bi rha record bosinoss than

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DICK'S PICKS: A fairly routine
assortment this week. The best:
"Pam PamV (David Rosa, MGM);
"The Urge, Large House" (The
Mariners, Cadence); "It's Only a

i Mao" ( Ella Fitzgerald, Verve);

Blue Suede Shoes" (Jim Lawo,

Dot); "Believe in Me (Connie

i Francis, MGM); One finger aici aici-Jody
Jody aici-Jody (Shura, -King); "Bock Island
iLine" (Lan Droskr, Mercury);

Risht thon." h w. "I "Without You" (Alan Dean,

cided that someday I wanted to be! MGM): "Monkey See Monkey Do"

in a show and maybe weave wme;( Jerry Wallace, Wing).
at that man if th Mrw Martini

vieavei." t Poo albums featuring vocal

groups of all sorts The Voices
of Walter Schumann are beautiful,

tMlndy Carson

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Sammy Caha

To do that, she decided she'd

mive to be able to reach the
feasants who sit beyond the fifth
iw. Her voice needed more pro projection.
jection. projection. '.',.
..'"But I didn't want to take voice
lessons as such," she says. "I was

fraid I might spoil my record

voice. So I started working with
, Sherman."
Sherman is Sherman Edwards,
her accompanist, arranger, tutor
and sherman-of-all-t r a d e s. He
drove her hard seven hours a
day, seven days a week for five
months. Gradually, her voice grew
atronger. And, gradually, her
range increased until, finally, she'd
raised her Tcgister a fifth.

She went back a while ago to

sing for Rodger again. He was release of

stonred at the change and, after- corded in

wards, embraced her and told her: Opera

she was wonderful. It was quite a
thrill for Mindy.
This should all end with the
news that she's got a big fat part
in a lavish musical comedy. But,
las. there is nothing definite to
renortit Mindy says she's reading

sciiDts and feels pretty sure she'll

be in one of the musicals due on STOCKHOLM, March 29 (UP)
Broadway next fall. iAt least 13 nersons were re-

Mcantime, though, this new i nnrtcrJ killed and 10 seriously in-

iv aI ir

as usual, ou runauon wain
(RCA); "The Four Lads' Stage
Show" (Columbia 1; the champion
girl barbershop quartets are heard
on Decca's "Sweet Adelines;" the
Sons of tha Pioneers sing 25 fa

vorite cowboy songs on RCA;
"The Mariners Sing Spirituals" on

Cadence

Recent operatic releases Angel

has a new "Kigoietto," ana a une
one, with Callas, DiStefano, Cobbi
and company; Camden has another

inexpensive opera, "II Trovatore.
by the La Scale Opera Company,
complete on two records for $3.96)
Angel also has an intriguing

'Chinese Opera," re-

Paris by the Peking

Swedish Freight,
Passenger Train

Collide; 13 Die

voice is helDins her records. Not

that she's giving out with her full
power there's no fifth row in a
recording studio-but singing in
general comes easier to her now,
and. besides, she feels her voice
is richer.
"Now," she says, "I could re record
cord record sitting .down."
- What makes one singer a hit on
records and another, with just as
good a voice, a bum? Sammy

hired yesterday when a crowded

sinclc coach nasseneer train col

lided with a freight train near
Arvidsjuar In snow-covered Swe

dish Lapland.

The trains met at top speed
on a curve. The gas powered

passenger coach was smashed

into splinters by the heavy

freight train. Passengers were

spilled out Into deep snow
drifts.

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THE FIVE WINDERS of Grades 2 to 6 in the Spelling Bee Finals with members of the
Activities Committee of the Caribbean College Club. Left to right are Audrey Duncan, Roy
Herrera, Mlchaela Kane, Yvonne Leliadier and Carol Bruland. Back row. Mrs. M. L. Nash,
Chairman; Mrs. M. J. Peterson, Mrs. W. B. Middlemas, Mrs. J. M. Klasovsky and Mrs.
J. M.' Brown.

COLOMBIAN AMBASSADOR
AND MRS. BARRIOS GIVE DINNER
The Colombian Ambassador and Mrs. Raul Barrios Rave
a dinner at the Bella Vista Room of the El Panama Hotel
in honor of Captain and Mrs. Manuel Sanchei who are
passing through Panama on their way to Mexico.
Captain Sanchei is Aide-de-Camn. to the President of
Colombia General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla.

Vic Ulna

Mr. and Mrs'. Frank T. Mitche

r snendine a few days on me

Isthmus at the El Panama Hotel,
n rnutu to Colombia.

Mr. Mitchell is Vice President

and Deputy Manager of the over overseas
seas overseas Division of the First National
City Bank of New York and is on

a.visit to me isinmian urauLuea.

Tli Lawrence Adlers
Hv House Guests .'

Mrs. Lawrence Adlcr has as her

house guests Mrs. Clyde Beaver,
Mrs. Hal Davis, Mrs. Cecil Eaton,
and Mrs. R. D. Tillson all from

High Point,- North Carolina. Last

weekend Mr. and Mrs. Adier en entertained
tertained entertained their house guests at
their country home in El Valle and
they are now planning a trip for
them through the Canal for next

week. -1
Vacationing In Panama

Mr. Victor Carter is spending the
Easter vacations with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Victor Carter

at their home in Las Cumbres.

Mr.Xarter will return to his stu

dies at Mount Hermon Prepara

tory School. Massachusetts, on

Monday.

BA Subway Riders
Face 2 Turnstiles

BUENOS AIRES, March 29 (UP

Subway riders in this Argentine

capital will soon have something

on tneir New York fellow-sardines,
two turnstiles to go through
instead of one, it was disclosed
today.- .. .v. ;' :
The reason: a. fare boost from
40 to 60 centavos $0,022 to 0.033
U.S. and the non-existence of 60
centavo coins. Riders a will depi-

sit a 50 centavo coin in the first

Mrs. Brinbaumtr
To Entertain

Mrs. Mary Birnbaumer will

have as special guests at the Fort

nightly Bridge Club next Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Mrs. Clyde Beaver, Mrs. Hal

Davis, Mrs.. Cecil Eaton and Mrs.
R. D. Tillson, who are the house

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

Adler.

Frd Maduroi Give Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maduro of
El Cangrejo had a family dinner

last night for Miss Henrietta bi

semann who is their house guest.

Miss Eisemann is the aunt of Mrs

Maduro. She will be leaving for

Miami on Friday and will proceed

to New York on April 3.
Vacationing
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Smith and

Basketball Victory
Won At Some Cost
BUFFALO, N.Y. (UP) It
cost $150 for Colgate to post a 66 66-65
65 66-65 basketball victory over the Uni University
versity University of Buffalo this season. The
figure represents the outlay for
one contact lens lost by Colgate
star Jack Nichols during the con contest.
test. contest. ...
The game was held up for six
minutes while the Colgate squad,
with the sportsmanlike help of the

isunaio team, searched in vain

under the UB basket for the miss missing
ing missing eye aid. v t
The Colgate manager had come

prepared, however. Nichols insert inserted
ed inserted one of a spare pair of contact
lenses in his eye and went on to

lead -his team to victory with a

20-point performance

The lenses, which Nichols uses

their children are spending Easter
Week at their home in El Valle.
Shower For Bridt-To-Be,
Miss Lois Spencer
Mrs. G. Brown of Los Rios was
hostess recently at a shower given
at her home for bride-to-be, Miss
Lois Spencer.
The future bride was given a
toast and soon afterwards she o o-pened
pened o-pened the many lovely presents.
Refreshments were served and
games played.
Those who attended were Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Spencer, M. Dillman, C.
Simms, M. Bouche, J. Bouche, M.
Rouch, R. Meisoner, C. Kissling,
R. Verser, V. Rice, M. Miller, C.
Dedeaux, A. Beyare, M. Fritts, C.
Eppley, T. Ebdon, F, Fanning, L.
Abell, P. Hutchinson, J. Dombrow Dombrow-sky.
sky. Dombrow-sky. Underwood, V. Hatehett, D.
Sheridan. J. Kent, J. Bryia, E.

Everson, & Bryan," J. Anderson,!

U. Hughes, P. Thrift, Million, M.
Hail, P. Dowas. B. Kruegar, B.

Hetch, Black, and the Misses Bil-

lie Sue Spencer and Susan Marsh
all.

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MR.S. JANICE FINNIEGAN, of Fort Gullck, models a cotton
satin afternoon dress for members of the Post's NCO Wives'
Club. Participating In the Club's Easter Fashion Show, Mrs.
Flnniegan was "on stage" during the afternoon-portion of
the all day style show.

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; NEW YORK. March 29 (UP) (UP)-,
, (UP)-, (Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower spurned
lithe latest lampshade like hat
! styles when she went shoDDinB for

her Easter bonnet this year, her
milliner disclosed today.
The first lady adhered mainly to
the type of small pillbox and sai sailor
lor sailor hats she has worn for years
when she selected her spring hat
wardrobe, Mrs. Sally Victor said.
Mrs. Victor,who designs almost
all of Mrs. Eisenhower' hats, said
the first lady. may be undecided
what to wear on Easter, but she
has at least seven new spring hats
to choose from.
Mrs. Eisenhower said in Wash Washington
ington Washington yesterday she had a new
Easter bonnet and outfit but she
was afraid it would be too cold
to wear them Sunday. 4 :
Mrs. Victor said today she has

shipped seven spring hats to the
White House 'all gay, wearable,

and, either small or medium-sized."
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The hats purchased by Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower included a -white cotton
lace pillbox on a black velvet
base; a four-leaf clover pillbox
covered with yellow mimosa; a
white finely-woven, smooth straw
sailor with a white organdy drape
around the crown and one pink
rose; a pillbox covered with pink,
blue and yellow forget-me-nots; a
white straw sailor with a fluted
brim edged in white lace and a
small cap of white straw.

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-ATLANTIC SIDE ART EXHIBIT COMMITTEE are Shown
which will be open from March 31st to April -18th' at the
.'Cristobal Red Cross Lounge. Left to right are Mesdames John
Snodgrass and Lorenz Gerspach (Newcomers Club) W. R.
Reeves, E. DelValle. David BelL R. D. Armstrong (Artists)
John L. Sugar( Newcomers) 1 John Greening (Artists Chair,
man) Pvt. Lion, Mrs, Inga Prier. Mr. Hugh Linn, Mrs. E.
Blennerhassett, Mr. Victor Clarke (Artists) Mrs. Nathan
Fuller .(Newcomers Chairman), and Mrs. Lea Lane (Artist).

turnstile and a 10 centavo one in. instead of glasses while playing,
the next. cost $350 per pair.

Workers began installing the sec sec-end
end sec-end rows of turnstiles today. The
higher fare, effective next month,
is intended to cut the huge deficit1
in the city-operated transportation
system.

PANAMA CANAL CHAPTER OF
ROSE CROIX, A&ASR
AH resident and sojourning Scottish Rite Masons
are reminderf of the Obligatory Observances of
Maundy Thursday to be held at 7 o'clock p.m.,
Thursday, Math-.29, 1956, at the Scottish Rite
Temple, Balboa, andhe Masonic Temple, Gatun,
and are fraternally invited to be present.

Any way you look at it, it is no
compliment to tell a woman "Ynn

look a hundred per cent better"

after she has lost weicht or done

ner nair in a new way. sucn a

leiuarn. is uuunu 10 maKe ner

think she must have looked nrettv

bad before the change. Just say

kou ioojc loveiy."
There's no reason to make a be
fore-and-after comparison.

(Best SeIen

(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
, FICTION
JfcNDERSONVILLE MacKinlay
Kantor
TEN NORTH FREDERICK
John O'flara
MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR
Herman Wouk
xTHE LAST HURRAH Edwin
O'Connor
CASH McCALL Cameron

Hawley

ISLAND IN THE SUN Alec

. Waueh
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Dennis
BOON ISLAND Kenneth Roberts
NON-FICTION V
THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY
MURPHY Morey Bernstein

GIFT FROM TH2 SEA

Anne Morrow Lindbergh
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Walter Lord '
THE SCROLLS FROM THE DEAD
1 SEA Edmund Wilson
PROFILES IN COURAGE John
Tr K ennprty f
INSIDE AFRICA John Gunther
LOVE OR PERISH Smiley
Blanton

New Liquid Kills Roaches and 'Ants

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Scientists Discover Easy Way to Kill Crawling Insects

HO ACHES and ants are the

moai aimcuit nousehold pestg
to control and they can be brought
into the home at anv time. Science

has recently discovered a colorless

. prusn-on insecticide that not only

It is called Johnston's NO-ROACH.

Developed after yeare of re re-earch,
earch, re-earch, NO-ROACH is an invis invisible,
ible, invisible, odorless, stainless liquid, so
powerful that one application re remains
mains remains effective for months. Best
of all, NO-ROACH may be brushed
; on, without having 'to move your
pots and pans. It is not a contami contaminating
nating contaminating ipray or messy powder,

contains no DDT, no sodium flu

oride, and no phosphorus.
Effective for Months
SimDlv bruih Johmtnn'a

NO-ROACH wherever roaches,
ants, silvernsh or waterbugs are
found, around kitchen eabineta
and sink woodwork, on baseboards,
window sills and door sills. Insects

that walk over the coating become
paralyzed and die within two or
three hnnm. The rnntintr will nn.

tinue to kill all insects that walk

over it for months to come.
Himnl flpainntr rmwlinir inta

this modern NO-ROACH way.

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BELLAVISTA-COMMlSSAlYrCALinnSTr

and ai your local commissaries

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ENRICHED CREME

SHAMPOO WITH EGG)
thatpuhs SHINE in vour Hair p

Becauw it is mtoiVi
own hair heautifier, the
g in Richard Hudnut
Enriched Creme Sham Shampoo
poo Shampoo gives your hair
gloriously soft texture
nd brilliant sheen
makes it easy to man manage,
age, manage, silky and shiny
lubricates the hair as
it cleans, withoat

A PEW PERTINENT PACTS
GARDEN BOOKS OVERLOOK
Facts about gardening that
aren't in the gardening books at
least in the ones I've, read:
That a half -acre suburban lot

looks like half an acre when you

start planting in the spring. But by
July and April when you are
watering to keep grass, shrubs and

flowers alive it looks, like at least
five acres.

That despite the fussy gardener's
belief that children and dogs are
his greatest enemies, the plants he

loses are usually lost because of
insects and plant diseases, not

because of romping children or
visiting dogs.

That there is less satisfaction in

arranging the most beautiful bou

quet from a florist than the most

numoie tiowers grown in your

own vara.

That plants given you from car-

dens of friends add more to. the
pleasure of -gardening than those
you buy.
That a "green thumb" usually
belongs to the person who has a
supple back and hands that enjoy
digging in the dirt.

That you miss, at least half of

the fun of gardening if you don't
share with a friend or neighbor
when you "thin" your beds or cut

your flowers.

That just as parent has a

special feeling about a frail childi

who has been nursed to health, so

a gardener has a special feeling
about a shrub that is pulled

tnrougn a sicuy spell.

That Ihere are two types of

women those who head for

millinery shop on the first warm

spring day to pick out a haube

decked with artificial flowers and

those who head for a garden center
to pick out seeds and plants. And

the most serene of the two types

is the woman who seeks the real

thing and not the artificial

That buying a full-grown shrub

and having it set out isn't half so
much fun as putting a slip or
cutting in water until it develops

roots and then putting it in the

ground and watching it take root

and grow.

Family Dinner on
Easter Sunday

A Family Easter Dinner will

oe served from noon on Sunday
at Hotel El Panama, with spe special
cial special attention given to the kid

dies.' 1
At the poon liour in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Salon, Eric the Balloon Man

will amuse both children and

grownupa, and the young fry
will receive beautiful Easter fa favors
vors favors from the management. Lu Lu-cho
cho Lu-cho Azcarraga will play at the
organ. i
At night Easter dinner will be
served in the Salon Bella Vista.

wnn oiarence Martin's orches orchestra
tra orchestra on hand for dance music.

(Mercurlo)

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THE PANAMA 'AMEIUCAX AN I.NBrPENDrXT .. DAILY -XFW STXTfS.
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DR. C. I. fABRIGA,' D.D.J.
DR. R. AVILA JR. M.D.
Ttvnll (4lh of Julyl Ave.. No HAM
(opposite A won Sthoel Pla around)
: Tel. 2-2011 Panama
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
: JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A,
ftcktri Shipper Movora
Jhtntt 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding of
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumpinej closita doily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 3-0279
or by ppoinfment.
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"We ehapt Vour Hiijr"
BODY-REDUCING
1 runout Mr Levy Machines
Swedish Meu(e Steam Bath
for male and female
ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
(Dr. Scholli)
IS Justo Arosemena Ph. 1-2217
HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
"TEACHES I'NTIL YOU LEARN"
Balboat 2-423 or ran,: 3-1S60
Studio El Panama Hotel
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United State District Court For Th
District of The Canal. Zona
Cristobal Division
In the Matter of the Estate of ErnMt
A!-vnrir Mrftrranr. rirtamtl. No.

o! rroDate. nonce to creditors.
" i Notice it hereby given that all per-
' anns having any claims against the Estate

ed, are required to file their claims, tup tup-ported
ported tup-ported by voucher! and properly verifi.
-A h.UU Ih. l-.U T i t a4 Ct.l ni.
trict Court, Crtstrtbal Canal Zone, the

V Administrator, W. J. Sheridan. Jr., P. O,
i 'Box 64, Ancon, Canal Zone nr the at-
tornevt for the Administrator, VanS iclen. I
P -Ram ires A de Castro, P. O. Box 124, j
r Ancon, Canal Zone, on or before the
.,15 1st dav of Janunry 1957 of they will!

' i forever be barred.
" i Anron. Canal Zone

i Dated: March IS. 19St

W. J. Sheridan. Jr.
Administrator.
HEAD THIS
Are you Interested for a ridi ridiculous
culous ridiculous low price, in a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful lot at Panama's closest
and finest beach resort? You
can pay as you see fit. We
want nice neighbors and
money is no object. CORO CORO-NADO
NADO CORO-NADO BEACH 49 miles from
Ferry. Call Eisenmann Pan.
ama 2-4505 -or see Castilla-at
Coronado.
I!::d Personnel!
Call PANAMA PERSONNEL
for screened applicants for
any position. Personnel se selected
lected selected to meet your re requirement
quirement requirement at absolutely no
cost to you. Prompt & Con
fidential service. Call Pan
ama 2-4655 or write to
P. O. Box 683 Panama for
details.
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
J Sltt No. 13
Agendas Internal, de Publicaciones
No. I Lottery Plaa
CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 43

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SAL:- Furniture. Cheap.
Buyer hat option to apartment.
Justo Arosemena Avenue No.
.97. Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: Complete set Min Min-ton
ton Min-ton china and crystal. Houst
,5360 Diablo. Phone 2-2918.
FOR SALE: Items of club furniture-,
located at Ft Kobbt NCO
Club. Bids will be accepted un until
til until 1200 hr., 5 April 1956.
FOR SALE: Metal household"
furniture. Phont Curwndu 5180,
4 to 6 p m.
Golf Verid Thrills
JAI 1,'evs Hogan Is
On His Way Beck
NEW YORK, March 29 d'PW
The go f world was thrilled todav
at thf npure thft P.m ll..n-

U ..... win, wi llWgtlll IS on
1 his way back.

They missed him. no matter
now Drier his retirement. For this
was one of the greatest mavbel
the greatest and it left a gap'
when, last summer, he said' he hadl
''had it." j
But it presages a full-scale re-!
turn when he agrees to go to Eng-I
lami ior me tanacia tup matches,
winch he did vesterday.
lie would like, as would anv

MRS. MOLLY FDMOXDSO.V Is admiring a set of crystal and a
silver dish being shown by Mrs. Mary Connard and Mrs.
Catherine Reld, These items are some of the articles which
will be given away as free door 'pi-iz.es on each of the evenings
of the St, Mary's Hall, Balboa, beginning April 4 through
April 7.

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THE COMMAND of Fort Amador changed in a quiet ceremony
held in the office of out-going commanding officer Col L C.
Pittman, (right), this week. Taking over officially April 1 is
V l-, Coi;. Kobert W, Garrett, executive officer of USARCARIB
G-l. The two men are changina: jobs Pittman has been m
miHlPUheo.-t.iorJ;lienasU4 moniiis
, (U.S. Army photo)

LOURDES PHARMACY
lil La CarraU)tiilla
FARMACIA lombardo
No. 2t 'B' Strett

MORRISON
4th or Jul; Ave. A J SL
FOR SALE
Automobile"
FCR SALE: 1954 for4 2-doot
Mainline, eiccilent condition,
$1190. Call 6-739 Gamboi or
27-2-2248. Ask tor Allen.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Cat Cat-alina
alina Cat-alina Coupe, excellent condition.
Cash only, 5615-C Diablo, 2 2-1606.
1606. 2-1606. FOR SALE: 1940 Studebaker
4 -door sedan. Phont Curundaj
5180. 4 to 6 p m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V8 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good condition. $800. R
& H. Day phone 2-2473, after
six 2-3341.
FOR SALE: 1941 Ford one-ton
pickup. 1948 engine good me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Canal Zone
inspected. Phone Balboa 3169.
FOR SALE: "53 Pontiac, radio,
heater, white tidewall tires. Or- I
iginal owner. Phone 84-2170,
Fort Kobbe. j
man. to win the U.S. Open an un unmatched
matched unmatched fifth time. That would
take him out of his tie with' Bobbv
Jones and the ancient Willie An An-(lersfin.t
(lersfin.t An-(lersfin.t lie's off tndav fn AnoiKta fnr the
Masters. There still is an olficial
otiestion whether he-will go to the
post in the Open but you can
bet that he will.
''We're hnninp.7 sav .Tnn Tlo
executive secretary of the spoh-'j
soring u.a.u.A.
1

OF OUR AGENTS

LEWIS SERVICE
. Ave. Tivoli No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNiDOS
Iti Cenlril Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
I4 Central Avenue

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
isua 2031, ANCON, C Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WaNTED- Trailer for 14-ft.
boat. Phono Curundu 5180, 4 to
6 p.m..-
WANTED
Houses
WANTED: Couple desire va vacation
cation vacation quarters April or May.
Call Amador 4131 during duty
hours.
.WANTED: American family
noeds 4-bedroom house or
apartment. Phono 3-6492.
Panama Line
Sailing
Rep, Frank C. Csmers f r.n t a
is among the 29 passengers sail sailing
ing sailing from New York today for Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal aboard the Panama Liner
Ancon. He is accompanied by his
wife and son. (
There are 28 passengers booked
to sail on the ship for Port au au-Pnnce,
Pnnce, au-Pnnce, Haiti,
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows: Mr
and Mrs. John W. Anderson III III-Justo
Justo III-Justo Arosemena; Mr, and Mrs'
Vincent Bona cor nnri tnn. m
and Mrs. John Z. Buckley; Miss
Mary Cezeski; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward L. Clifford; Mrs. Evelvn Hy Hy-land;
land; Hy-land; George Koorkanlan; Miss
Florence McCnrmarlr- 1r n a
Mrs. Walter McDonou'gh and son-
iuiui incjuaugniin;.Mr. and Mrs
Otto Maier; Honorable and Mrs
Frank C. Osmers. Jr
Dr. and Mrs. Martyn C. Ratzan
and two children; Mrs. Charlotte
Smeltzer and Miss Olive A. Tur
ner.
New Books
"MV First RnnV ArtAnt T.c.
by. Mary Alice Jones is included
in the selection of children's books
made available in the Canal Zone
libraries during the week.
A picture book, it is a simple
story -of events in the adult life of
Jesus,,. and is beautifully illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated by Robert Hatch.
The complete list of children's
books and their authors announced
by the Library this week follows:
t Fiction Th Onnlfprl Tnlt An.
derson; Topsy, Beatty; Alphonse.l
Tl.i I a A. r M
iiiui ocaiueu une, canson; xne
t.iiant.,uu bois; scrambled Eggs
Super, Geiscl; Impunity Jane,
Goddenr Rin?n f!et: th Rmc nut
Ifymes; The Clock in the Night!
tiymes; Plenty to Watch, Iwamat Iwamat-su;
su; Iwamat-su; My First Book About Jesus.
Jones: The Secret nf th R ri
Scarf, Judd; Tales of Christophi Christophi-los,
los, Christophi-los, Nankivell; Wake up, J'arm,
Tresselt; Men- of Flight, verral;
Mighty Men of Baseball, Verral.
Non-fiction T.avpnrlpr't Ulno
Lines: The Hannv Prinr anH nth!
er Fairy Tales, Wilde; In Came
Pinky, Gates; Come and Play,
Smith: Trnniral Fish ns Ppts Ay.
elrnd: Karthmnvers. Cnlhv TTnit.
ed States of America, Cook; Dan
iel Boone, Brown; The Picture of
Buffalo Rill. Coe- Rpn Franklin
of old Philadelphia. Cousins; The
aania re i ran, Aaams, ; i
Talk On Cancer
To Be Repeated
At Paraiso School
The welfare enmmitten nf tlio
Paraiso Civic Council announce
that the talk on cancer and film
showing bv Col. W. Nichnl wilt hp
repeated tonight at the Paraiso
school at 7:30 p.m. for those wom women
en women who were unable to aiipnrl his
first lecture.
No males or children will be ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. Urge Assortment
of MOULDING
' We MAKE
PIClllJK FK.1MES,
for pictures,
diplomas, etc.
.... v
CLASS
and MIRRORS
Muehleria
"EL DIABLO"
16-26 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2101

OR OUR OFFICES

FOR RENT
Aparlments
ATTENTION G. I Just built
modern furnished apartments. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wttei,
Phon. Psaimi 3-4941.
FCR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambrj
hambrj Al-hambrj Apartments, 1 0th Street
No. 8061 Phont 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment 1 bed.
: room, sitting-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath, $60. at No. 2Q Via Es.
pana. See De Castro, No. 24 "''
Avenue, Phono 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
2 bedrooms, Z baths, maid s
roorn kitchen, porch, garage,
$100 t "Anayansi" building,
Bella, Vista, N. Cbarrio Street
No 23. See De Castro, No. 24
"8" Avenue. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: "Modern unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished apartment in El Cangrejo:
2 bedrootris, 2 bathrooms, din-ing-living
room, maid's room
with bath, garage, hot water.
Phone, business hours, 2-0321;
Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Screened com completely
pletely completely furnished one-bedroom
apartment, hot water, near
transportation, located at El
Cangrejo, Available at once. Call
3-4644 between 3 and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, parch, kitchen,
beautiful view, centrally located,
cool, quiet, Phont 3-0276, 3 3-08
08 3-08 1 J,
FOR RENT: Furnished all com comfort
fort comfort apartment, inspected, screen screen-d.
d. screen-d. Via Espana, house before
Juan Franco,
FOR RENT: Two furnished -partments,
$55 and $65. Mili Military
tary Military inspected. Via Porrai 99,
rnont J-Z06B

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ySfcH M' K,XG (left)- sec"tary to the U.S. Army
npnr?Pm. CMrdtaa.' aS'thls week awarded a
UHAKCAKiB letter of commendation for one year of "oustand "oustand-ing
ing "oustand-ing work. The citation was presented her by Col. F W Mc McGinn
Ginn McGinn (right), her boss. Mrs. King received it for receiving an
outstanding performance rating from January 1955 to January
. of this year. (U.S. Army photo)

s-ji'?Jl:
liiiji: mm
Here at headquarters for
PROTO quality hand
tools you will find all
types for all uses-from
tiny screwdrivers to giant
wrenches. And every one
is designed to give better,
safer, longer service.
Come in and let us helpyoir
select the ones you need,
PflDTO msm
PrZQfsss'snd
TDs!

PAr.'AHA AUTO, S. A.
PANAMA

AT 57 H" STrTeT PANAMA

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J feo. de La Owa Ave. No. 41
FOTO DOMY
Juto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
S Street At, 51

Position Offered
WANTED-: Experienced Ameri American
can American beauty ope r.-. tor. Call 2 2-2959
2959 2-2959 or write Boa Holder 3657,
Balboa,
WANTED: Salesman, experi experienced
enced experienced in sales to Army and Navy
o nthe Canal Zone. Send appli application,
cation, application, references and details to
Apartado 1721 Panama, R.P
WANTED : Young, experienced
salesgirl, preferably with knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of th jewelry trade; must
speak English, good references.
Writs Box 323, Panama.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORIC. Marrh 0 YiTPi
Julius' McCoy of Michigan
oidie and Joe Homp of George
Washington have signed to play
against the Harlem Globe-Trotters
oh a cross-country tour.
Johnny McCarthy of Canisius
will replac Holup on the Col College
lege College All Star team for the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic trials . Bantam Ben Hogan
has entered the Colonial Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Golf Tniirnanipnr. si m-tirw
May 2nd in Fort Worth ..!
riesiaenc Herman Wells of In Indiana
diana Indiana Universit.v snvs Man
catcher Fddiu whifphnari i Dot
ting "outrag-eous" treatment on
the Indiana baseball team's
Southern tmir
futwe book for the Kentucky
uei-Dy nas receivea a $10,000 bet
on -ueaa Man'' . Australian
tennis fans have otven a .tinnon
gift to Harry Hopman, their ba-
is tup captain . wona record-holder
Donald Campbell of
Britain savs thp TfnitP.4 stotoo
has produced a jet speedboat
which could beat his record...
The Green Bay Packers have
signed enari I.nwell prrhrt. nt
College of Pacific and tackle Jim
Elekes of Virginia for the com coming
ing coming pro football season.
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I ...and m.nK ,rt I i
iastTtaaaa11rnr j j.

FARMACIA EL BA1URRO
Pirque Lcfevre 7 Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
Via Porraa ill
NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via Epana Ave.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: New modern con con-crett
crett con-crett building, space appropriate
for office, beauty parlor or com commercial
mercial commercial business. "Monterrey"
building, Ave. Argentina, in El
Cangrejo. Set Dt Castro, No. 24
"B" Avenue Phont 2-1616.
FOR RENT
oonis
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room, cool. Phont i-4347.
LOST & FOUND
LOSTWBIack billfold with driv driver's
er's driver's license, important documents
of value only to owner. Mist
Carolina Arosemena, Phont 3 3-4650
4650 3-4650 Reward.
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Croup Of Youna
Adventists Stages
Program Tonight
A Brolln nf RpvpniVi.totf -kj
H.l j tt i .'nen nave consoli.
dated their ta ento in
unique presentation, starting to tonight
night tonight at Gamboa. h
This Drneram nVii.u to,,.,,.
seven Biblical characters in re review
view review will be portrayed by seven
members nf th ;.i.
soekintr fnr ,h ti-uu.
on his favorite character.
AiiV ?.rup ronslsts ot Joseuh
Allen, Milton Corbin, Lester Al-

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FOR
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RESORTS
PANAMONTE INN. BCQUETt
AT 4000 FT.
otter the best in climate, waft?
food and accommodations. Ratet
including 3 meals, from $S tin.
Sle and $14 double occupancy.
Wirt reservations.
Gramlieh't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
noderatt rates. Phont Gambot
0-441.'
Baldwin' furnished apartment
Jf Santa Clara Beach. Ttlephont
Smith, Balboa 36l.
PHILLIPS Ocetnsidt CottagtT
Santa Clara. Be 435, Balboa.
Phont antmo 3-1177. Crist.
ol 3-1673.
Sorry can't accommodata more
cf our friends Easter Week! Re Reservations
servations Reservations available beginning
April 1st. Shrapnel's Santa la la-,J72Phon
,J72Phon la-,J72Phon Thompson, Balboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mil.
past Casino. Law rttt. Phont
Balboa 1 166.
1
5 f
1 9.
mmj pnoio;
len, Talbert Weeks, Samuel
Lumbsden, Jose Griffith, Carlos
Abbott, Albert ward, Lorenzo
Gordon and Carlos Eversley.
This is also a farewell presen
tatlOn flf t.VlP A Holl hrnlliovc
who will be leaving shortly 'for
uic oiaies.; .. s
The nrocram ha nlrporin Vippm
staged with success at the Pan
ama City Central S.D.A. Church
and the 16th street S.DA.
Church in Colon. The schedule
for the next two weeks are as
follows:
Chnrrilln ST1A rtini-clv Mar.
31. 4-3(1 n.m Rin Aha in 1 D A.
Church, Apr. 7, 4:3d p.m.
WAINBERG
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LUX Til EAT HE
75c. 40c.
WEEKEND RELEASE!
Tacey had been many things to
many men .
Anne BAXTER Rork III DSON
and Julia ADAMS, in
ONE DESIRE
Dili y i TiiCufr
60c. 30c.
ANNE BAXTER
- and
STEVE FORREST
in
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And a Special Short
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FASHION PLAY
LIFE OF CHRIST
ALso: -,
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WEEKEND RELEASE
Jane V Y.MAN and Van JOHNSON, in
MIRACLE IN THE RAIN
Pick-up date with a soldier a picture
of very... very special greatness.. j
12:43. 2:13, 4:27. 6:41. 8:56 p.m.
Cecil B. DeMiile's unforgettable
dramatisation of Christ's Lite!
THE KING OF KINGS
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"Mom's going to slice the roast beef if you stay for
dinner she can cut it lots thinner than Dad!"

Conferees Voie To Increase
Price Supports On Gottorr

WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP), imports of cotton textiles. T h c
House-Senate conferees, continu-i Japanese fear Congress iray im im-ingjheir
ingjheir im-ingjheir assaults on President t pose strict curbs on Japanese im im-Eisenhower's
Eisenhower's im-Eisenhower's farm program vot-iports unless some voluntary plan
ed yesterday to .increase price is reached. i
supports on this year's cotton! The new provision would allow

crop Dy 1.4 cents a pound. line f resident to "negotiate wnn
The action, which increased the 'representatives of foreign govern
possibility of a presidential veto, 'merits in an effort to obtain agree-

came amid Republican cries that ments limiting" their shipments
Democrats are stalling to block a! to this country of textiles or tex tex-vote
vote tex-vote on a compromise farm bill! tile products,
before Congress starts its 10-day Chairman Harold Di Cooley (D (D-Easter
Easter (D-Easter recess tomorrow night. iN.C.) of the House Agriculture

. GOP members of the House Committee said a representative!
and Senate demanded unsuccess-of Japan's textile industry is in'
fully that Congress postpone its re-jthis country trying to negotiate a
cess until a farm bill is passed, voluntary limiting agreement buti

Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.) de-' can't find any. government official

clared that ''America needs a who will talk with him.

farm bill worse than Congress! The conferees voted yesterday

needs a recess." !to junk the administrations flex

. 1 1 ible farm price support system in
The compromise measure would of a one-year return to rigid
provide supports of 31 7 ccn s a t J i3 w the basic
-fonfrCil-!lU.P SH fnrCroK of con,, cotton, wheat, rice
average of 33 cents a pound for, amf peanulS- 'Tney iso approved
h? y'. .""retention of the administration-op-

,u,c." tu" nosed dual oar tv formula

wantea to. support mis years fi prcdic ed a presidential
tire cotton crop at about 30 cents e flnd escribed fommit.

I puuim. t optinns as "indefensible.

in anoiner action, me coniereesi ,A. . niitirai nsr.

a Ot'l IUU3 IllldmnVi v.i-. O

rolling." Rep. A. L. Wilier tit.

Flat Denial .'H
ROME, March 29 (L'P-Curva-'
ceous actress Gina IJollobrigida
moaned vesterdav th at snm. j

one erased a. few inches from f

ner Dust in a set-ies of still -photographs
'Tor. her new movie.!

71

f, -!"

"I am made tn lnnlr flnt.rhof.l

ed which I am not." the Italian'
star cried indignantly. j

circulated to publicize the film:"
Trapeze" were retouched to
cover jip nart of the scarcely-i
concealed bosom. i

"I 100k lit. r.arv r- it

L5,!jk f.aik Sinatra with my L

, me actress said. i VVARM-UP Vt'hen It's cold, any place is fine for a fire even the street, Tliis coachman in
"T made tn lnnk hi, 1 Rome. Ita'y- waiting for a passenger, is keeping warm by rubbing his hands over the flames,
instead of the woman I a fcene took Place duril,8 Europe's recent cold wave, said to be the worst of the century.

wrote into the compromise bill

new provision aimed at

a.

EIOLLYlfJ

MOVIES TV RADIO
by Erskine Johnson

1 j ru

Red Cross

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-1 quick, not only to cooperate with
ehisively .Yours: William Holdenlits arch rival. TV. "but also tn

Isn't cheering about that recent j virtually hand over to that medium
ifUional magazine profile. Giving t its major assets," is Editor Joe
t o .Comment" answer to all I Schoenfeld of Daily Variety. Savs

fluuries about the yarn, he's add adding:
ing: adding: "People who know -me know
some of the things are untrue. For
people who don't know me, I don't

care . Remember when lioiiy

Schoenfeld: "Time is getting very
short for the film producers to save

ineir industry for themselves

But Tht Maior Studios, getting
richer from the sale of their entire

wood said all those westerns on film backlogs to television, don't

tv would kiij. me oox onice ior seem to De worried,
hoss opera films? Now the town's! The movie theater owners are
thinking is in reverse, with 54 big-' the ones who are yelling "murder."
budget- westerns slated to hit the, The greatest collection of star star-screen
screen star-screen this year. (packed movies in TV history will
' 'hit the home screens 'this fall and
Now it can bt told: "Ma riy,"j winter.
tht yoar' Oscar Award film, cost That's when the fire'works will

a nttio ovtr ju,uuu. but sine n reany start

Spurring t.,.u v ,..j ju. nnnlnreez tnrlav

U.S. Japanese negotiations to curb, ct"-' Droduce ... poluical Cnrist.

mas tree the President would have
to veto."
Mr. Eisenhower did get one part
of his nine-point farm program
through Congress t o d a y, The
House passed and sent to the
White House a bill to exempt
farmprn from the two-cent a gal

lon federal tax on gasoline usedi

on the farm. It will same tarmers
about 60 million dollars a year.

Tht Amtrican Rtd Cross hat
Itaptd tht chum bttwttn East
and Wttt. Working with govern government
ment government and International agtn
cits, tht ARC hat succttdtd in
bringing to United Statts ttrv ttrv-ictmtn
ictmtn ttrv-ictmtn and civilians detained in
Rtd China tht food, medicine,
and clothing that may help to
tavt their lives. An Amtrican
detainee, who hat tinct been re re-leued,
leued, re-leued, wrote this after rtctiv
ing Rtd Cross food ptckagtt in
China: "Tht good that tht pack packages
ages packages do for tht morale of all
Americans under limilar cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances can never bt mea measured."
sured." measured." Join and tervt to kttp
the, Red Cross on tht job where where-tvtr
tvtr where-tvtr the aftermath of conflict
leaves helpleii victims.

BILINGUAL BANDIT
SALT LAKE CITY (UP) A
German couple recently arrived in
the United States, awakened Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night by two masked rob robbers,
bers, robbers, waited until Sunday morning
to inform police because they were
unable to explain their trouble in
English. A friend acting as inter interpreter
preter interpreter told officers the bandits
stole $325. The victims,' Mr, and
Mrs. Rudolph Hoffman, said one o
the robbers obliged them by issu issuing
ing issuing his demands in German.

release, tht producers have spent

almost 5400,000 advertising ?nt
moviei It's the firtt timt in history
that th producer spent more than
tht picture's cost for advertising.

'Richard HI" was just a teaser.

Gary Cooper will do 10 concerts

with Louis Armstrong in Australia.'

Marilyn Monroe will warble i

, "Black MaKic" in her comeback I

George Raft's becoming a direc-movie, "Bus Stop." Stewart;
tor. He will tell himself how to acti Granger s ex-wife, Elspeth March,!
as the star pf "Devil's Play-will become a U.S. citizen and live1
ground." . ABC-TV is bank-, in New York. Their two. children :
rolling another TV series, about th.are in Granger's custody. i
Canadian Mounted Police titled) - i
"The Force." . Paramount is, Danny Thomas iS forming an in-1
offering the Bing Crosby-Ingridi dependent film company to star in
Bergman 1945 movie, "The Eollsa modern version of "Juggler of

of St,- Mary s, and uoou sam, .t Notre Dame as a theatrical film

which ca-starred Gary Cooper and
Ann Sheridan in 1948.. to TV.
Others are expected to follow, says
the studio, "if the price is right.'.'
It's 23 Ytart of marriage for
Lloyd Nolan and his wife on May
23. . Grace-Kelly's latest, movie,
'The Swan," will ride the publicity
wagon following her wedding April
19. The film will be released on or
as near the wedding date as pos pos-sibel.
sibel. pos-sibel.

He's -also being considered as Judy
Holliday's costar in Columbia's
"Full of Life." 1 '

Showing At Your Service Center Theaters Tonight!

BALBOA 6,15 5:25

AIR-CONDITIONED

ICHh CMIvry.foa p,f,n

win ewssm tcsxn

Jkck Wabb, I hear, will play a
sailor in his next movie for Warner
Bros.-. The heroine's character
name, of "Lucy" in "The Awful
Truth,'' Bob Hope's latest TV show,
was changed to Linda for the
home-screen version. And you
know why. . Don De Fore's re returning
turning returning to the screen for the first

success time in five years in U-l's "Battle

Hymn." He s been playing ozzie
Nelson's neighbor in the Nelson TV
series. . Bob Crosby's high day daytime
time daytime TV rating may win him a one
hour nighttime show on CBS.

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DIABLO UTS. 6:15 :20
t) Robert TAYLOR
t) Dcnit DABCEL
"Westward The Women"
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Frl. "niO THAT URANIUM
r.ATUN
"MAD AT THE WORLD'
Friday "LOVE IS A MANY
SPLBMHUUP THING"
MARGARITA 6:15 S:20
' Hans Christian Andersen"
Fridav "flFSmT SNOS"

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CRISTOBAL 6:15 t

Air-Condlllonert
Burt LANCASTi:R
"THE KENTUCKIAN"
1 CinemaScope Colon
FrL "FRANCIS N THE NAVY"

PAR A ISO I :13

"CAPTAIN BUCKJACK"

"CAGED FURY"

SANTA CRUZ 1:15 S:3

'DIG THAT CRANIUM" mni
"ELEPHANT STAMPEDE"

CAMP BtERD CIS 7:40 "Yellow Mountain" A "ReUctanl Widow"

Tan, a', new movie be a

after a TV preview witnessed by

close to 50,000,000 people?
Tht fata of Laurenct Olivier s
"Richard III" in U.S. movit thtt thtt-tert
tert thtt-tert tinct its video presentation

will bt watched with avid inttrtM)
bv the tntirt film industry. I French-fried shrimp will be a

Already wailing about the motion, new item at the food counters of,
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THE PANAMA" AMERICAS AN IXEEPEXUENT DAILY XEffSFAfn
T-Wen Probs Red Party Fibs,
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THE "LIFELIXER COMBO" was one of the five winners of the first phase of the Air Army
Talent contest held at the Fort Kobbe Service club. The "combo," along with the winners
of the other categories will represent the 33d Infantry Regiment In the next phase or the
competitions to be held at the Fort Clayton Theater No. 2 on April 14. Mem or
"combo" are, from left to right: Pfc. BJU Lezllle of Medical company; Sp-3 Leonard Dav s,

Bn.l Tnhn Mchnlsnti anrf Pfi Donald jacK. all oi ranK comDany. auo ric. .rctti .w

of "E" company.

(U.S. Army photo)

Kobbe Sorts Out Its Talent

Fort -fSMbe completed Post lev- Instrumental Groups was the "Life-, ne th. "Lifeliner"
el competition in the All Armylliner Combo," composed of PFC rendition of the

of Tank Company, were enough to

out them on the top in their field

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NEW YORK, March 29 (UP)
Government agents examined the
contents of Communist party files
and safes for the first time yes yesterday
terday yesterday and then confiscated some
of the financial records and docu documents
ments documents for closer scrutiny.
The documents, including micro microfilms
films microfilms and Daily Worker subscrip subscription
tion subscription lists, were taken over by

Treasury agents who seized the
headquarters of the U.S. Commu Communist
nist Communist party and its mouthpiece, the
Daily Worker, in raids Tuesday.

Four small metal boxes ana a
stack-of tapers were confiscated

at the Daily Worker offices, but
T-men declined to reveal their
contents. ;

Th government began its ntw
crackdown on Communists by
soiling Rod property in Now
York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los
Angolot and San Francisco, A
gonts staged now raid yester yesterday
day yesterday with the seizure of the Mi
chigan edition of the Daily Work Worker
er Worker in Detroit.
T-men studied Communist docu

ments and assets in the seized

properties in an effort to establish

the size and source ot party in income
come income with a view to collecting
$400,000 allegedly due in unpaid

federal income taxes.

While Communist party officials

charged the seizures were un un-American
American un-American and disclaimed any ties

with Moscow, their attorney of offered
fered offered a formula for return of the

seized properties and the man who
masterminded the raids was sum-

Sun," sung by' Johnnie Dowdell of,moned to Washington by his boss

'i Isnt show at the Kobbe service

c.ti) recently. The evenings en-t-Ji'iainment,
revealing an array
of previously hidden talents, was
m.c.'d by Pfc. Austin ("Nick")
Nicholas, Headquarters and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters company, 33d Infantry
Regiment. The lighting was hand handled
led handled by PFC John Carolan, and the
piano accompanist was PFC Ed Ed-v,
v, Ed-v, i K. Fink, both of Tank Compa-
he event marked the conclu conclu-s"
s" conclu-s" l of preliminary tryouts, and
nrnr'uced winners to represent the

Po.-t in the PAAF finals in each

at the five cateeories.

Takins top honors among the

Peter Petrillo, VE

3 John Nicholson. Sp-3

Davis, and PFC Peter Jack, all of
Tank Company; and PFC Bill Lie Lie-zille,
zille, Lie-zille, of Medical Company.
A country-style vocalist, Pvt.
Rillv J. Havnes. of Ha and Ha Co..

1st Bn, won the field of Speciali-1

"A" Company, scored for him the

Vocal Soloist Title.
Selected to represent Fort Kob

be in the catagory of Choral

cnorus,

Wiffen-

company, oy cnrio" riisnlavmi accomDhsh-

Leonara,'"v' r. Tr:rxr.

ed talent and artistic finesse

The Judges of the finals were
Mrs Mary Frances Galbreath, A A-1C
1C A-1C Maurce Alfred, and Maj. C. H.
Hayter, all of Albrook Air Force

Base. ..

The Kohbe winners will compete

of "Cherokee Eves" and "You

Just Better Not Do That."
"The Kobbe Four" took over the
winning slot in the Vocal Group
catagory. The combined voices of
PFC Garth Zieman, Hq and Hq

company; rtvs cnaries ussery,

at Fort Clayton, April 14, striving

to represent PAAF m tne uak uak-CAR1B
CAR1B uak-CAR1B finals in the same theater
April 2b, . Al
Final winners will represent the
TiSARCARIB in the All Army Tal

ent Show to be conducted in the

to eive a full accounting of the

camoalen.

Donald R. Moysey, New York
City district director of internal
revenue, conferred in Washington

with Commissioner Russell C. Har Harrington
rington Harrington amid reports that Moysey
had called the coast-to-coast raids

without consulting his superiors.
Both Harrington and Moysey
refund to comment on the re

port, but one source at internal
revenue headquarters in Wash Washington
ington Washington said the action "certainly
seems to have been taken without
anyone here knowing the details."

Moysey's immediate superior,
regional Commissioner Alfred W.
Fleming, issued a statement here
saying he knew of the seizure plan
a day in advance and that "This

customary procedures established
for cases of this nature."
r Harrington issued a statement
saying the tase was being handled
"precisely-as any other similar
taxpayer matter would be hand handled."
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The crackdown was applauded in
the Senate as a model to other
free peoples to "smash the Red
conspiracy by every legal means
available. Sen. Alexander Wiley
(R-Wis.) said the action was "long
overdue" and he called on Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Secretary George M. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey to make an all-out : "tax
blitz against the Communist party
and Red fronts.
Federal agents took an Inven

tory of the Communists Phils Phils-delphia
delphia Phils-delphia office and estimated the
total value of the property at
$200 to $300. Among the items
seized were three typewriters, a
mimeograph machine, an old
safe, several desks, two radios
and some filing cabinets.
T-men said the physical equip

ment of the Communist offices in

Chicago was pracucauy wonniess.
They sealed the offices after tak taking
ing taking a inventory and said the files

would be "evaiuatea later.

Newsmen were barred by T-men

from the New York City buildings
occupied by Communist groups.

But agents saia later, we commu communists
nists communists handed over the combinations

and did not interfere with tne

study of their contents.

Harry sacner, one oi me xvcus
attorneys, keot a watchful eye on

the entire pooceedings'at the Dai Daily
ly Daily Worker's Greenwich village of

fices, ne saia ne aiso wnuwam

the -.examination of documents at

the Communist party's heaaquar heaaquar-ters
ters heaaquar-ters in the Jefferson School of So

cial Science. ou the edge ot ureen ureen-wich
wich ureen-wich Village. r

T-men completed their inventory

of the Daily Worker's offices .short .short-lv
lv .short-lv after l n.m.. A spokesman for

the group of five agents said they

had opened three sates ana ae

clined to say how much money
thev found in them. Sacher said

the sum was arouna ?w.
The government claims the
Daily Worker owes it $46,049.07 in
income taxes and penalties for
1951, 1952, and 1953. It charged
the Communist party with being

CLASSROOM ON POLES This unique classroom Js not for would-be flagpole sitters. The
telephone poles at Ft Riley, Kan, are used to teach, men to climb poles safely. To build their
confidence, the men play catch with baseballs while they are hanging from the poles. The elasa
fa conducted by the 267th Signal Company's telephone-pole-climbing tchooL

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case is being processed under the 'in arrears $389,354.56 for 1951.

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rnxnnrTiNfl nractlcal work In first aid' are five girl scouts from Fort Kobbe's 'troop .19.
CrfBcoV'S

nicaster rnnt.rnl renter -On Saiuraay. ouuuuo, miy wi k ""ZT.'"',. i.i:

trol exercises, are, (from left to right), Patricia Chisolm, Laura
Jeanie Saut and Nancy Griffin.

Mangels, Polly -Cramer,

(U.S. Army photo)

Kcbb Girl Scouts
In Disaster Control
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Fort Kobbe's Distaff organlza organlza-tion
tion organlza-tion has done it again, with anoLtv
" er first tj their credi?,"
Through the efforts of Mrs. Bet

ty Griffin, vice president of the
Fort Kobbe Distaff organization,

and Assistment troop leader of

Kobbe's Girl-Scout troop No. 19,

the twelveiyear-old Girl Scouts will
be taught the regular American
Red Cros Junior First Aid course

, at the Disaster control center.

The course will be taught by
W-Sgt. Bernard Malcom, Sgt. Is Is-mael
mael Is-mael Parrera. and Pfc Wallace

Luister, all regular first aid in
structors in the Kobbe Dister Con
trol Office.'

The purpose of the training- Is
twofold. First the girls will -re

ceive the necessary training to oe

, come part of the Disaster Control

first aid team; and sccona, to a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve their first aid merit badge.

The Girl Scouts will actually be

used in the coming Jackpot ex
ercises this summer. ;

Mrs. Mildred Bogle, president of
the Distaff organization, has ex expressed
pressed expressed great expectations of suc

cess in wis enaeavoi nu pians

to continue the training by utliiz
ina the Rnv Scouts and the teen-

The first class of 35" Girl

- &owtar ;. Troop 13. and,.TopJ

66, both from lort Kobbe,
Graduation exercises will be held
for the Girl Scouts on Saturday at
10 a.m., at which time certificates
- of" completion,, and merit badges
will be awarded to successful participants.

Adlai Opens All-Out Attack

On Kefauver In California

LOS ANGELES, tafrch 29 (UP) Kefauver "personally" sought the

Adlal Stevenson's ail-out aUack

on Sen. Estes Kefauver today turn turned
ed turned the California Democratic pres presidential
idential presidential primary into the nation's
hottest political, battle-front. ...

Stevenson carried his lignj tor
California's 68 delegates to the

Democratic National convention to

both ends of the state today on
the heels of his free-swinging as assault
sault assault on the Tennessee senator,
Stevenson scheduled a news con conference
ference conference and TV and street rally
appearances in Los Angeles be before
fore before leaving by plane for San Fran Fran-cisco.
cisco. Fran-cisco. ; """ '.'
The importance of victory in
the California primary for Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's presidential hopes, hit hard
by his upset loss to Kefauver in
the Minnesota primary, was under

scored by his attack last night on
the Senator.
Stevenson charged Kefauver's
campaigning tactics ; are hurting
the Democratic party and helping

the Republicans.
He said in a local TV address
that Kefauver falsely had pictur pictured
ed pictured Stevenson backers in Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota and California as "sinii "sinii-ter
ter "sinii-ter Dolitcal bosses who are try

ing to dictate the people's choice."
"Senate Kefauver knows this is
not so. I want to be sure ou do

so," Stevenson told a television
audience.

The 1952 Democratic presiden

tial standard-bearer -canceiea a

pinriHa varntinn and rushed to

Calliorufa fur two days'-'brtanT-

paigning designed to counter any
inroads by Kefauver in an inten intensive
sive intensive tour of the state.

The two will clash in tne Cali

fornia primary June 5.
Stevenson said he was informed1

support of some of his California

backers after they were commit'

ted to him.
"Here in California, as in New
Haniphire and Minnesota, the en endorsement
dorsement endorsement of the leaders of our
party evidently becomes repre reprehensible
hensible reprehensible only when the senator

doesn't get it' Stevenson said.
''But more important oven than
his effort to injure me and win
support by confusing endorse endorsement
ment endorsement with dictation is that by
discrediting the leaders of tho
Democratic perty here in Califor California
nia California the. senator and his spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen can only weeken and divide
tho party and thereby help tho
Republicans," he said.

"For four years 1 ve done my

level best to unite the Democra

tic. party, not tear it apart," he
said. "And I propose to keep on
thinking that the party's welfare
is just as important as my own

candidacy.

Except for some scattered skir skirmishes
mishes skirmishes in Minnesota, Stevenson

and Kefauver generally had re

framed from personal attacks in

their primary campaigns. But now
Stevenson said he was disgusted
"and just plain mad" at inferences
that his campaign has been wrong
and Kefauver's right.r
' He said he got mad when he
read that "I am spending too much
time discussing the issues and not
enough time shaking hands, when
I even read that I'm more con-cerncJahoutlssiierair-'apOTrt:
people." ,' '
Stevenson said he still will be

concerned with the issues but
"will not promise anything I don't
. .i; 1 t nn, fUJrtb- it,

. Etch notice for tncluiloa in this
column hould wbmitted in type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one of
the Mix number lilted dally In "So "Social
cial "Social and Oiherswtoe," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notice of
meeting cannot be accepted by tele
phone. i

Fort Clayton Officers' Wives

To Meet

The Fort Clayton Officers'

Wives' Club will hold a business

meeting and a coffee at 0930,

Wednesday, in the Fort Clayton Of

ficers' Club. All members and
prospective members are encour

aged to attend. If vou have not

been contacted prior to noon on
Tuesday, you may call Mrs. C. W.
Cooper, 87-4189.

Cristobal Woman's Club ;

The Cristobal Woman's Club will

have their April meeting and elec election
tion election next Wednesday afternoon at

tne tted cross Lounge, at two p.m.

Mr. Frank wilder of the Intern

al Sepurity Office will be the
speaker. His topic will be "Secur "Security
ity "Security in Today's World."

au members of the Club who

wish to model, or have modeled
any of their homemade dresses

may phone Mrs. William Brooks.

before April 15.

The April lunchheon meeting of

tne uud will have as the proeram

the annual style show of clothing

made Dy the members. The lunch

eon will be held at Coco Solo on

April 21.

Summer Recreation Board
To Meet
A meeting of the Summer Rec

reation Board (U.S. Rate) will be
held in the Board Room, No. 304
Administration Building at Balboa

Heights, on Friday, at 7:30 p.m

This will be an open meeting and
anyone interested in the Summer

Recreation Program will be most

welcome.

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Two Women Perish
As Enraged Spouse
Sets Home Blazing
NEW YORK. March 29 (UP)

Two women were burned to death

today when an enraged husband
set fire to a three-story Negro ten tenement
ement tenement where a policeman was

trying to comfort his wife.
Police said Howard Kennedy, 40,
admitted setting fire to the build building
ing building after police arrived to break
up a fight between him and his
wife. The flames, started with old
newspapers, mushroomed through
the wooden structure and trapped
landlady Hortense Williams and
Bervl Santiaeo. both 34.

Kennedy raced from the build building
ing building clad only in his shorts and an
undershirt. He was trapped by
two policemen, in a neighborhood
bar.

". THE WALLS CAME. TUMBLING DOWN" Europe's worst cold wave of the century!
Isn't the only thing giving way to the thaw. This section of the medieval wall surrounding Vasto,:
Italy, lies crumbled on the slopes of the Adriatic shore, downed by a landslide caused by melting,
snow. The landslide tore away parts of nearby houses, also. Nobody was killed, but some 110(
families were made homeless. It is feared more of the hilltop town may crumble away before the
thaw is over. 1 .

., iN THE FAMILY.

HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)

Two sisters-in-law, each named

Mre. Elizabeth Gaene. went to tne

hospital the same day and eacn

gave birth to a son.

NIGHT I ME
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NEW YORK

PC Official Gels Merit Citation
For Outstanding Public Service:
A National Civil service League, his daughter, Mary, and hl ony
1955 merit,; citation In recogni- John Palmer Smith TIL j-;;v
tlon of an outstanding career In presentlne the award. Sev-

in the public service was award-! bold warmly congratulated Smith

ed yesterday to John Palmer and stated that although public

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By DONALD S. ROCKWELL
Tonieht French and Italian

cuisine are left behind for a vis visit
it visit to Three Crowns, lamous for
delicious smorgasbord (Swedish

hors d'oeuvres) which pass slow

ly in review on a large revolving
table while diners load their
plates with many tempting deli delicacies
cacies delicacies from this buff et-on-a-merrygoround.
Appetites sharpened by potent

Swedish punch, they return lor
second helpings. If capacity per permits,
mits, permits, they may then select from
the formal dinner menu. Inter

esting murals; of early scenes in

New YorK ornament me wans

above high paneled wainscoat
ing. .

Smith, Jr., chief of the Division
of Sanitation, by Gov. John S.
Seybold. ;
The ceremony followed the a a-warding
warding a-warding by Gov. Seybold of the
governor-president annual safe

ty trophy to the Health Bureau,

oi wnicn srmtn is bureau safety

represen wive. Also present at
the ceremony were Mrs. Smith,

All Star Clclo" ...
To Have Luncheon

The All Star Circle will hold its

monthly meeting on Wednesday

The meeting will be preceded by a

12:30 covered dish luncheon.
Daughters of US Army
To Hold Luncheon
The monthly luncheon and bust

ness meeting of the Panama Chap

ter of the Daughters Qf the United
States Army will be held at the

Tivoli Hotel on Tuesday, at 1:00

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ed to attend. For reservations you

may call the luncheon hostess,
Mrs. C. M. Goetz, 82-5208 before
noon Monday.
Candle Light Communion Service
At Evangelical Church
The Evangelical Church (Metho (Methodist)
dist) (Methodist) at third andllelendez Street,
in New Cristobal, will hold a can candle
dle candle light Communion Service on
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. It will be
held about a table even as Jesus
and his disciples celebrated the
first Communion on Thursday of
that first Holy Week. It is .open
to all Christians. The Church is
bilingual and invites Spanish and
English speaking friends.

VNEW BRITAIN. Conn. (UP)

Police court officer George Fo Fo-ertsch
ertsch Fo-ertsch used a blackjack to sum summon
mon summon : courtroom spectators to at-

hr.i;vi in nr that T dnn't think lsltcntion when trie iuce enierea.

reasonable or possible." jSomeone stole the gavel.

-JU8T-AS.COOr-

GRANT AND GARY WAPLE,
for the past six months, have
made, the honor of Cub Scout
of the Month a private mono monopoly.
poly. monopoly. For Grant, and his ten-year-old
twin brother, have
won that honor every month
since last October. Grant, in
a runoff against his v brother,
won for the- fourth straight
month this week at his Pack
meeting at Fort Amador; and
for the two months prior to
-Grant's string, ,. Gary won.
Judges Col. A. A. Arnold and
Col. D. E. Bruce deliberated
more than ten minutes before
selecting Grant (In picture).
Both boys are the sons of Lt.
and Mrs. L. G. Waple.

After seeing several comedies

and musical shows, our New

York pleasure-seekers welcome

a serious drama nice "Time trim trim-it.'
it.' trim-it.' Rapidly paced, with gripping
scenes of sustained suspense,
this play has for its theme the
investigation of charges against

an. American Army onicer wno

as a prisoner of war in Korea

collaborated with tne commu

nists. The tense situations ; ai

ford excellent opportunities for

fine acting by Richard Klley and

Arthur Kennedy.

Amon? the many interesting

Places to dme on the east side

the Brussels stands out as one

of the more worthwhile, its air

of simple dignity and quiet ele

gance, autnentic Frencn cuisine

and perfection of service are
tributes to the unflagging 1 zeal

or gracious Madame paganl.

Among tne delectable special

ties on a lavish menu are lobster

aux aromates and saddle ot

lamb Bresillenne. Robert Taylor

William Holden, Myrna Loy and

Ray Miiiana are a lew or tne

rum stars who reusn tne genu genuine
ine genuine French cooking to be found

here. Dinner at the Brussels un

der the expert ministrations of
Leon Is a memorable experience

and an auspicious prelude to an
enjoyable night at the theater.
Noel Coward's name on a pay
bill Is a guarantee of sophlsticat sophlsticat-edly
edly sophlsticat-edly amusing situations and wit witty
ty witty dialogue.-In -"Fallen Angels"
he has created a mirth-provoking
set. of circumstances that
lead to marital misunderstand

ings between two couples, pro providing
viding providing Nancy Walker and -Mar

garet Phillips with an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to romp through some side sidesplitting
splitting sidesplitting antics, stemming from
too much champagne' plus unin uninhibited
hibited uninhibited memories of mutually

shared pre-marital Intimacies

wih a handsome, romanuc
Frenchman' who unexpectedly
turns up again to disturb the
tranquility of their staid married

To cap an enjoyable night
there is no place like world-famous
Fl Mnrnrco ono of the two

acknowledged headauartf rs -of

cafe society and. recent feuding
ground of rival social factions
rallied around Elsa- Maxwell and
t.hp nnrhpss nf Windsor. Charles

Holden's. dance. band alternates

hourly with the Cuban rhythms
of Alfonso Legldo. With an ultra-

sophisticated clientele from the

top bracket of society stage,
screen and television, it goes
without saying that the food
must be beyond, criticism.
On the night that our out-of-town
visitors are fortunate
enough to reserve a table, still still-glamorous
glamorous still-glamorous Marlene Dietrich in

a oiacK stocKing cap is the
charming hostess to n cronn nf

beautiful models who have Just

oeen leievised in an elaborate

rasnion show. '-

From the wine f.ewnrit with

his massive chain and keys to
the cellar, they learn that' last

nignt Rock Hudson, with, his

cnarming wire, was one. of the
celebrities to be observed on the
famous zebra-strined ; hanmiets

which have become familiar to

miuions or magazine readers as
the background for candid shots

service was becoming more Im Important
portant Important in the minds of the peo people
ple people of the United States so far
few men had received such rec recognition
ognition recognition lor their services.

This 1953 citation is a part of
the first, annual career service
awards program designed to in increase
crease increase the prestige of the public
service by bringing to national
prominence some of the signifi significant
cant significant careers in the federal serv service.
ice. service. Selection is based on com

petence and efficiency, charac character,
ter, character, and continuity' of service.
Under the awards program
Smith was nominated as a Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone candidate for one of

the ten career service awards

Included in the first year's pro program.
gram. program. ; 1

in a letter of transmittal. Ni

cholas Kelley, president of the
League advised the governor

that ''although the League could
not Increase the number of a a-wards.
wards. a-wards. its officers found the ca careers,
reers, careers, of all of the candidates
impressive and. believed it fit fitting
ting fitting to recognize their distin distinguished
guished distinguished service."
Smith has served with the U.S.
erovernment continuously since
1933 and has been employed
with the Canal organization
since 1940 and with the Health
Bureau since 1941.
.The National Civil Service

League Is a non-partisan cltl-

2LfalE?uMolk enjoying their I zen's organization organized to

mgnuime in New York." promote eood vPrntit.

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STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSE'S MOUTH Looks like
"George," the goose, has stuck his neck out too far. But he's
really ia no dinger, because he's a feathered friend of .."Belle,", a
Palomino mare on the Thomas Graber farm in Wichita, Kan.
When George tries to hog the oats In Belle's bucket, Belle grabs
George by the neck as shown above- and removes the- goose
gently from the scene.

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Co.
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Turn Frosted Cup Cakes
Into Gay Easter Baskets
: Place cereal in mixing howl'
I Melt butter and marshmaiknvs
lover hot water. Pour over cereal
land mix gently. Shape into 1 2-3-;
inch balls. RoU in crushed candy.'
: Insert a lollipop stick into each
cereal ball. , j
"" Dnndrt I room 'f K.
If Unitad Prtu
H P ftfT?i v ojuuij,U7U A1U(CI III
The B.n. Franc, de 'S n know Henry v!
Dessandre, wife of the former Tirtot. .11 ,-:.f England as he was created for
taliao Minister, to Panama ir the :th member. .nTmSv h nM.tt 0,6 SCr.een by Slr UurMce 01lvier
hou,e guest of the Italian Minute rat the dMhe mfhfoHhfS f?ist5n Prince
to Panama, Dr. Ricardo kWati;TW. 7. f""' 1.a,vHa! of Shakespeare's "Henry IV."
I
i

and Mrs. Moscati. children ,t 7 and a h Pr! w! ,? g0od deal more thani
Baron Dessandre is now'llalan wttTprize" Two Lbles wUl K f'n" bVlhint 8enerali
Minister to San Salvador. iwith eif .(ha mav hi :"d-?n.commonly skiUed
i wai may De won lor one ministrator hn tmnA r,j,.j
Ine Ambassador of Chile and spec al treat will be the wpllfcnnwn' i ,7V, "V fJ.yuUUIH by,
Mrs. Enrique Lagme will tt.!&bek'at71 itMSl10 P"SentS
tain with a reception at the Em-'Canlley LuY with
bassy residence Pon La CresU asin
honor of the commander and offi-l Tenor, Seymour Barkowiz, b a r i- hi, S I ?a Mn,"outh to
eers of the Chilean Naval in in tone, and Rainh r.p... h. li'? J."1?1111.- ?eatl1 (of cancer?;

-Esmeralda" on Aoril 3. from 5 other .tTr w.' A lwnen arely 35

- -.mvn nu uii UlC Xlll"
to I p.m. ncse Auction, an event that dif-
fer from a regular auction in that
Sen Bom T R. J. Nttlyt Jyou pay only the, bid you make
Mr. and Mrs. R J. Keelv f-. and when thi

merly of Balboa, who now reside na-; the last bidder wins the rpize.

in i lipwnn Arixnnft annum k i nnrn vmi v t "

wrth ; Tn Vru L'l'nnrt,,; ,r"r. 8rea.tesl. moment came at 28, on

hahv u ill h rhritBn whirh win ha .,.rA.A iu- j i .0"lue"eia 11 Agmcoun, where

. h eTinl ReTeshemenTs ffiST iStSS
e -.u i" i 5 1 ?thpir number of French.
It0UH,ht.tnShiSy S0C,, Remember that your patronage JagT SS if fi?.
The Foourth Annual Penny So-! assures a better education for married Katherine de Va ois
rial for the Scholarship Fund of June graduate as this is the Col- daughter of France's feeble-minrtwl
Via rrihhoan Tnllaoa rlK ..Ml V.llpuo Pluh'

ww vun wjl,c, VIU'I Will UC I o 1U1 atO kJVtlUlOi
held April 7 at 6:30 in the Ball-'ship Fund.

If this short life contained a
good deal of achievement, it was

because Henry started young. He

was a caDtain at l.t. a virtnrimK

; general at 16, a kmg .at 26. His

4

Local-Rale Aid
To Red Cross Drive
Shorn Progress

Please note that the Social will
be held at the Washington hotel,
same time and date,

Judge Upholds

Denial Of Passport
To Rockwell Kent

favorable reports concerning!
Ical-rate participation In the cur current
rent current Red Cross drive were receiv-J

KSf t,,e.C?ngfSS 5 ,29 CUP)

to one of the top Civic Council of officials,
ficials, officials, local-rate, contribution to
the present Canal Zone Red Cross
drive shows signs of possibly sur

passing mat ot. otner suctt cam campaigns
paigns campaigns held in the last few years.
Commenting on the renart m.

lis Fawcett. presidont of the Cong-

ress, saia,; "sucn .news should
bring great pride and joy to those
who have contributed to- the
cause." "We. of th ennorock Bra

thankful to- all who have, -nntrih.it.

ed and are hopeful that those who
1 - 1 t . T

nave hoi may uo so in ine near
future for the cause of tht RpH

Cross is indeed a worthy one."

Fawcett. is loeal-rnto eh airman

for the Canal Zone Red Cross cam campaign'
paign' campaign' this year. 1

lung unanes vi, and he died in
France without ever seeing the
infant son who was to reign as
Henry VI.
HARRY OF MONMOUTH is a
brilliant first novel by a young
Englishwoman who siens herself

A. M. Matighan a name' likelv to

iaxe us piace wun wose or i-ditti

u1

GAT. COLORFUL E.t K..b.i. i

; table, tu be nwdt with cupcakes a thWr but. W
" Bf GAYNOR MADOOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

When a .Campfire Girl or Girl! Place caramels and water in too

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leading historical novelists

present-day Britain.

Without belns flrpnmplv nnainf

Miss Maughan manages skillfully

to suggest me piquant language of

r-ngiana s ancient cnromcies m

this account of a savage, super

stiiion-riaaen age

of! usually doe it

Virginia Lee wooden, j a Girl
Scout from Evansville, Indiana, as assures
sures assures us it Can be done hv th onnii

and plentiful use nf Inw.emt

cereal. Virginia, who is 12, ays
the eniovs makinff ranrlv in Infer

BymDouzea as: Rnv smmii Krth Mu.P0

fill' 7 i viijvjtt imiiiig n

v r ""iTiirt in urnmn ail tnniHr ...

The deDartment ref..Si.rl W .1 nd. moving depiction of an Ml 'M V "1C

passport to go to Europe to Daint b!.e well-intentioned man beset by v" ,.

on grounds he has held member- .um ,na l"acnery

ship m several Communist front

Caramel Cereal Balls

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groups. Kent has refused to sign' 1.ne ,fta"ras 01 wud ammaji Four
a ; non-Communist affidavit. He : trtmer 80. numerous and flakes i
k. .-.'.ts iso firear. that on is snmrmert tn ; 7 .

contends the question is not rele

vant to issuance of a passport.

McGarraghy ruled that Kent, a
resident of Ausable Forks, N. Y.,
had not exhausted all available ad administrative
ministrative administrative remedies before he
took the case to court. Kent's at attorneys
torneys attorneys said thev would annpal the

decision

cups malted whole-wheat

' pound (28) caramels 3

heat, stirring frequently, until

caramels are melted and mixture

is smoom. Ada peanuts and mtx

wen. rour caramel mixture over
the cereal anri miv liohtlv until

flakes are well coated. G rease

hands with butter or margarine
and shape mixture into balls. Place
on greased baking sheet and let
stand at room temnpratur until

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firm. Store in rnvprpri inntainap

with waxed paper between layers.
Or wrap the balls in squares of
wax paper, luminum foil, clear or
colored cellonhane nr plir

plastic; twist ends of paper and tie
with colored ribbon, if desired.

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survive until retirement age. Like
all successful trainers, Roman
Proske bears many scars, souve souvenirs
nirs souvenirs of training incidents and actual
theater or circus performances.
His book, LIONS. TIGERS, AND
ME (Holt), begins with a 13-year-old
boy, son of an Austrian army
officer, running away from home
to join a circus as a lion tamer.
One year later he was actually
training his first group of lions in
Africa. The year after that, he
called at bis home, only to be
turned away upon orders of his
mother who sent word by the
butler that she had no son.

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Five and one-half cups sugar-

MAJ. GEN. k. HAYAND DIN ( center), pays a call on the com commanding
manding commanding general of USARCARIB at Army headquarters at Fort
Amador. Here, Din talks with Mrs; and Maj.. Gen, Lionel C.
McOarr after an honor guard ceremony at Fort Amador. Din
w visiting the Army's Jungle Warfare Training Center at Fort
Sherntan before resuming his flight to South America in course
of his duties as Pakistani military and air attache in Wash--
, ington. (U.S. Army photo)

ft. T W : J . .y.tf.w f

During the long and sdecessful
career t h a t followed, Captain
Proske toured Europe and America
and even went into the Near East,
with unforun ate results. His ner-

fnrminct in Ppra Smvm was nn

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noisier than usual, but it was noisy
enousfh to frighten away all the

audience who apparently thought,
the lions and tigers were getting
out of control, although still caged.;
Unlike many wild animal train-)
ers. Captain Proske used humane'
methods in schooling his big cats,
and he has been commended by i
the SP.C.A. Although he is now re-!

tired from show business, he has i

not given up his friendship with i
animals. His house pets are a

French poodle and a jaguar , .'
TUBIE'S MONUMENT by Peter!

Keveson (Dutton) beats a b i 1 1 e r
tattoo on a favorite punching bag
of the modern American satirist

the wacky world of television,

where we are told honesty is the
worst possible policy and the best best-dressed
dressed best-dressed man is likely to be the one
with the longest knife up his
sleeve.
"Tubie" is Benson Tubrovin,

account executive in a second-

j rate agency, who envisions a
I multimillion-dollar agency-syndicate
combine as a "monument" to

his off-beat genius.

His golden dreams are founded r
on the naive talent of Rodney Raft, I
born Joe Lavingo, a Bronx butcher j

boy who belts out tear-jerking com commercials
mercials commercials so effectively that sales
of the soup he was plugging in increased
creased increased 124 per cent during his
first three weeks on the job.
The adventures of Tubie and Joe
include a good deal that is crazily
comic, but TUBIE'S MONUMENT
has a harsh undertone of reality
that makes it far from a funny
book. .. -. ..; ,- ""

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BUSY FORT DIX
FORT DIX. N. J.(UP) Al-

! most 50,000 young men from the

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soldier here during 1955. Virtually
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i New York and New Jersey took
j eight weeks of infantry basic
'training here,

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frtsh vegetable are blended into
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Topocalma, Blakemere
Dangerous Contenders
Reginald Douglas speedy Alormina M ill go post post-ward
ward post-ward a heavy mutuels favorite to defeat a small but
select field of Class C imported thoroughbreds. Sat
urday afternoon in the featured $650 six and one one-half
half one-half furlong sprint at the Juan Franco race track.

Opposing the son of Roy at! the hustling but unpredictable

, Phoenix-Taormina's Hope will be
Topocalma, Albatross, Blakemere

and Chivilineo. Topocalma was

closer to Alormina than any of the
others in last week's race in which
the latter wound up second to high highly
ly highly rated Hosier.

Blakemere ciosea an immense

Juan Franco Graded Entries
Horse Jockey fft COMMENT ODDS
1 Race"! Imparted 7 Fgj. Pure $375 00 Peol Clotei 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Choya V. Ortega 112 Ready for payoff
2 Firenze F. Hidalgo 118 Daijfcrous contender
3 Lord Basur ma Ran v n in last

4 Tom Collins R Oamprn Qfi 1

5 Batatazo A. Vasquez 110 Depends on start
6 Coronelino r. T.i nmiDl 11; Pa toe ohDnna horA

wfUl,M W "'VJ V IIU N VV H V I V

8 Vertlcordia J. Avila 1 18 -Usually disappoints :

3 GrlSU lis" Nothins recently

10-Gaucha inn Usually close no

5-1
21
. 8-1
15-1
21
4- 1
31
5- l
10-1

4-1

Galindo f.

General Paint

-
Tourney Finals

Crfstian Rebolledo in the saddle

PhivHincTfi uniinrf tin last last

week but he wasn't far back and

is always danger wreat oecause; iFellac

or nis in-anu-um penui niaiiics. rx rx-hnnHin
hnnHin rx-hnnHin Wrpara will rirfp this un

predictable Chilean horse.

Aiireao vasquez. ne iracs s

2nd Race "G" Imported 7 Foj.Punt $450.00 Pool Cleset 1:15

. fHlnnft ii n j1alina rtrlor will rui in Alnrmi

after getting off several lengths na's saddle, Segundo Carvajal will
behind the field. If he gets o f f handle Topocalma's reins and Jo Jo-well
well Jo-well Saturday, Blakemere couldlse Maria (Chema) Avila will guide
overtake Alormina and go on to; Blakemere

victory. He is in excellent shape

2 V. star

3 Gay Spot
4 Guayaquil

a iJanyon
6 Goyonder
7 Town's Wall

SECOND R.'CE OF THE DOUBLE

M. Guerrero 112 Could be runnerup
R. Cristian 108 Returns from layoff
R. Gamero 103 Good recent races
F. Hidalso 110 Nothing in months
V. Ortega 115 -Mutuels favorite

R. Gomez 115 Usually refuses
F. Alvarez 115 Excluded from betting

3-1

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4-1

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xxxx

as is attested by his sizzling work

kouts. -'':"'V-
Albatross, an expensive British
importation that has so far failed
V .u

10 live up expeciauona, cuuia re

in thp sppftnrlarv attraction, the

hiehlv rated Andes fioes ud aeainstl 1 Rlna

stiff rnmnptition when he faces

the likes of Iguazu, Barge Royal,

Cachafaz and Salero in a seven

3rd Re Njtives '2 F9i.Purs $300.00 Peel Cloui 1:45

WINS-I WO

Roi

2 Rabiblanrn

3 Joe
4 Jachalin

sume his winning ways in an up-furlong sprint. Ten other races areP Julie
set, He will have the advantage of included on the program. j o Uyuyuy

A. Vasquez 119 Post to post here
R. Gomez 106 Better this week
V. Brown 116 Rates fair chance
R. Tejada 102x Back from long rest
. Rodriguez 117x Eider handicaps
113 Vastly improved

EVEN

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3-1

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2-1

Diamond Diggings
By Victor Gray

4th Rice "H" Native! 7 Fgt.Pun. $275.00 Peel Clous 2:20
QUINIELA

(Eleventh of a series of closeups
and evaluations of Major
' League Clubs in the 1956 Pen Pennant
nant Pennant Race)

Chicago White Sox (A.L.)
Larry Doby's performance In
White Sox uniform this season
may mean the turning point of
Chicago's transformation from a
third place club to a winner.
The slugging outfielder, ac acquired
quired acquired from Cleveland In a trade
last winter for shortstop Chico
Carrasquel and outfielder Jim
Busby, has been hitting the ball
at a :438 clip during spring
training, and Ms five home runs
and 11 RBI'8 foretell woe to ri rival
val rival American League pitchers.
Manager Marion of the Sox
points with pride to his pitching
staff In which he can depend on
six starting pitchers: Billy
Pierce, Dick Donovan, Bob Kee.
Kan, jack Harshmann, Connie
Johnson and Mike Fornieles.
Backing up these are middle
men Sandalio Consuegra and
Morris Martin; and winding up
with two excellet renters, Mil Millard
lard Millard "Dixie" Howell and Je Jerome
rome Jerome "Joe" Dahlke.

trolmen. Minnie' Miiioso, peerless
Pnhnn niill-sorain haHn Ipft. fielri

Minnie had a terrible start last

season, but in the closing stages
came along fast to finish with a
2R7 BvPraire Tn rPnt.Pr will hfl

Larry Doby a sure bet to drive

in iuu runswno raies wiwi me
hest mlririlp oarrtpnpr. nf thp

game. Right field will be taken
Cftre of hv "Juncle Jim" Rivpra

who for the past three years ha
performed acceDtablv for thp no-

mlskey owned club.

1 L. Dancer
2 Choly

3 Okiiand
4 Ebony
5 G. Pick
6 Takeawav

7 Winsaba

8 Guarare

fhn m i f d H rflfnpvn. ann 1 TTllHnv T3nU CI k 1 ,n v i i

..v, vuuiuu '"him ta,ii ram r. niviiiez uj jocney snouia nem

ue uvciiuuii.ca wnn sutn ociiupicuu j. rrescou 111 Kiaer handicaps

S. Carvajal 109x Nothing to Indicate
C. Lino 113 Form indicates
J. Avila 118 Distance handicaps
F. Hidalgo 103 Has strong finish
O. Miranda 112x Hard to beat here
G. Prescottr 108 Not in this group
C. Kam 115x Early speed only
E. Ortega 104 Reportedly improved

15-1
3-2
10-1
3-1
2-l

30-1

8-1

4-1

5th Race "B-C" Nativei 7 Fg. Purse $350.00 Peel Closes 2:55

1 Ika
2 Portal
3 Nacho
4 (Don Grau
5 (Petite

R. Gamero 100 Early foot only
A. Vasquez 122 Seems sure thing 4
E. Gutierrez lOOx Lacks fighting spirit
R. Cristian 120 -Will fight it out
V. Ortega 119 Rates good chance too

6th Race "Special'" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

15-1
1- 2
4-1
2- 1
2-1

3:35

Anihal nalinrln. th sham

snooting par buster from Brazos
Brooks Golf Club, played his
wav Intn t.hfl finals nf th fii-st

flight in the General Paint Com Company
pany Company eolf tournament at the
Panama Golf Club this wees
when he ousted Col. Rehull ol

Balboa Heights 3 and 2.

uaundo was fn rare form as
he moved into the finals with

his convincing victory over
Col. 'Schull, and he will now
meet Hie w'nner of the Jimmy
de la Guardia vs. Paul Moran
match to determine the first
flight championship.
Mrs. Katherlne Purriv has the

ladies title all wrapped up.
With her Ion? tramp unrklntr

In fine fashion. Mrs. Purdv de

feated Mrs. Wilma Banks 2 and

1 in the final round m Pnrrit

held a one-up margin at the end

oi nine noies. sne movea mo n
two-ur lead nn t.hp Iflt.h and

won the match whpn thpv hnt.h

halved the 17th hole.

Mrs. Purdv will repel v a

beautiful sterling silver t.rnnhv

from the General Paint Compa Company
ny Company for her win and Mrs. Banks
will also receive a sterling silver

award.

In the second flight of the
men's division, George Boyd
continued to play the role of
the favorite when he rliminat.

ed George Sibauste by a com- ',

junaDie two-up margin.
Dr. Prank "Ravmnnrl onmpH

the right to meet Boyd in the
finals when he bested Boh Rovd

Jr. 4 and 3. I

The Bovd-Ravmonr! mat.ph

will feature two of the most pop

ular piayers at tne club and

snouia De a nip and tuck affair.
Due to the Easter week-end t.h

tournament committee has de de-elded
elded de-elded to permit the final rounds

in tne men s envision to be play played
ed played at sl time convenient, tn thp

players.

N

V

V

mt v.riAiPi aimu I nfc MU5 Aivin-UarK, captain and shortstop of the Giants take tim
out from practice at the Phoenix training base to pose with his 'three i children They are lefti
r.ght, Allison, 8; Eve. 3; and Gene, 6. Dark's shoulder being sound again shouldhe d Npw Yori

Pacific Softball

League
i
STANDINGS, March 29

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Glud Agencies ....... 9 2
Signal 7 3 3

26th Engineers ....... 3 8 6
Cerveceria .... 3 9 6'2

PAA. Amateur Golf Tourney

Finals Scheduled For Sunday

stalwarts as Bob Nieman and 1 3 Melrose

Bob Kennedy. Nieman is expect- 4 Blue Comet
ed to be the club's No. 1 pinch- 5 Quiescence
hitter while Kenneriv whn ran 6 Iivps Hiivllo

also double at third will be used I

in spots. I

Veteran Sherman T nllnr xuhn

handled most of the backstop-

ptag duties for the Pale Hose last ly Prince
year will apaln hp availahlp Thp U a

burly Lollar, for a time carried 3 Ponton
the club in '55 with some timely 4sUnprin

hitting- and first class receiving, 1 5 Nesscliffe

V. Ortega 110 Imorovinir slnwlv

R. Gamero 98 Early speed only
F. Hidalgo 110 Not ready yet
J. Avila 115 Not against these

7th Race "H-I" Imported 6Vi Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 4:05

jcivntv KAIC ur IMC DOUBLE

1-2 1
3-9 f
io-r I
8-1 4
15-1 I
25-1 I

but aa the season wpnt nn h: t,. ,.

tapered off. The Sox' chances 1 7 Lanern

snouid nave a more f avorable f 8 m. Sllnner

lwu, iu uisii uiAa rc- j (LVTlral

The 1956 White Sox Infield wi!Lce go along with Lollar. iO-(Don Dani

again nave as nxtures, big wait! t
Dropo at first, little Nellie Fox atl, "tine la our department1
second and aging George KeU t follows: j

unra. liUia Apancio, a iiex.:r.g
wizard who played last year lir
Memphis, pennant winner el ihe
Southern Association. 1ms been

R. Gamero 108 No regal bearing
E. Dario 100 Could score in upset
F. Hidalgo 110 Ran well in return
J. Phillips 110 Showing improvement
E. Gutierrez 110x Nothing in months
A. Vergara 107x Could score at price
J. Jimenez HOx Dangerous contender
S. Carvajal 105x Must go lower
F. Alvarez 115 Form indicates
C. Ruiz ,110 Has shown nothing

10-1

10-1
3- 1
5-1
15-1
4- 1
2-1
30-1

3-2

3-2

Installed In the shorUtot) nasi

tion. His assignment is fcttefS!
t..U I ; ..

Catching: Fair.

Infield- Cinnrt

Pitching: strong..
Oullield: Fast and "powerful
Pmish: Second.

8th Rje "E" Natives

7 f9. Purse $275.00 Peol Closes 4:40

1-Cara de 13apo F. Hidalgo 113 -Racing to best form

player of the calibre el Chxa 1 r : T,
Carrasquel is almon fcpoie J JjjgJJ --gpQQ Jm

By LOS ROMER

The Pale Hose wia h&ve thl

year, quite a number of rewrw f
infifilrtprs Riihhi fr rw (

llrst will be Eon Jacisun. Jack Jackson
son Jackson came to the Sox as a bonus
player in '53 and fcas yet to jus justify
tify justify the dough shelled out for
him. Jim Brideweiser will be a a-round
round a-round to handle the utility

cnores arouna second base oH

shortstop, while Bobby Adams
can spell the brittle Kell at third
base, ..
Never before has rhiraon

Come UD With so stroncr an nnt.lllAnrf..

field as this year's trio of pa- 12-Empire Magic

2 Carlota

3 Eienita
4 Redondita
5 Liboria
6 Dr. Bill
7 Filon

S. Carvaial llOx Karlv tno-H u,

R. Gomez 110 Usually disappoints
R. Gamero 111 Poor race in last
J. Phillips 120 Nothing in months
A. Vasquez 110 Last was revealing
F. Godoy 107 Rates good chance

5-1

10-1

2-1
10-1

15-1

EVEN
2-1

1 Batatazo
2 Barlyon
J Rint Roi
4 Ebony
5 Portal
Hurling Park
7 Lyrical
I-Dr. B II
9 Purilist

10 Alormina

;9fh Race 'H-l'Mmporte 'a F9s.Purs. $400.00 Pool Closes 51 5

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J Joe Kteu F- TAlva'! "5 -Dangerous this time
tniolyiHile' toker 1 J-Avila 118 -Bad legs hamper
Don Graa e) tledffttc t Ortega 112 -Could surprise
SenplenoltlS1 VSR' lX"J sPeed
lanern '"i:,sc.al. J- Phillips 115 Nothing recently
BSKlfcf,0?ebleB. : rS?!: i -f-f-t -t getaway

Ctprodal o vaT riu a rv'u,wu 110 coming to mdicate
vivu4l u I. v nrvl- T T,, tlO T 1 1 i

. T wuHii no Liasi was exrenenr

Blakemere
CachaU:
Te Gano

'satwrr'

mm m

10-L'iprdal

C. Lino 115 Has strongest finish,

3-1
3-1
10-1
15-1
8-1

10-1
4-1

15-1

2-1

4-1

2 modern "Santa? ships uniting lu
Americas with fast and frequent -service..

WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NFW

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SL SL "f. -?0UT" AMERICA TO NEW YOKK

10H. Race "C" Import. J 6Vx Fjs. Purse $650.00 Peel Closes 5:40

1 Alormina

2 Topocalma
3 Albatross
4 Blakemere
5 Chlvillngo

A. Vasquez 118 Should go all the way
S. Carvajal 105x Good recent races
R. Cristian 110 Improved expected
J. Avila 118 Depends on start
A, Vergara 106x Longshot specialist

EVEN

4-1

3-1

2-1
5-1

IIU Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $600.00 Peol Closes..

1 Iguazu C. Ruiz 110 Powerful race last
2 Barge Royal R, Cristian 110 -Could go all the way

j A, i '"o4'"' vjcib ini icsi nere
4 Cachafa V Alirnonri nn uriii fiu :i ...1

- "aica 11U fJLH iiui. li UUl
a balero S. Carvaial 117X Danccrous contenflpp

3-1
3-1
32
2- 1
3- 1

12th Race "f Imported 1 Mile Purse $500.00 Pool Closes......

S.S. "SANTA MARIA"

0.3. "SANTA INES"

ai's Cristobal, C. Z, April 2
..'..Sails Cristobal, C. April 5

FROM U. S PACIFIC & WEST COAST

thlNTRAL AMERICA 8
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
II "SAnTI wfi -"! C Z.. April 13 t
a.s. SANTA CRLZ ...... f.,Due Balboa, C. May 5
FROM tRISl OBAI. AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
VCCST f",4?T CENTRAL AMFRICA & U. S PACIFIC f
S.S. "SANTA FE" .........Sails Cristobal, C. Z.. April 4

"Hairm

PANAMA AGENCIES CO
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KAI.bOA: 1501 21 5

lFenlx

2 E. Magic
3 Onda Real
4 Te Gano
5 Elko

8 Moon Beam

R. Gamero 100 Ran well in last
A. Vasquez 113 Was never better
F. Hidalgo -115 Rates fair chance
V. Ortega 110 Lacks real class
P. Godoy 112x Distance handicaps
O. Chanis 110 No. 1 contender

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5-1
EVEN
-4-1
3-1
3-1
' 2-1

Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

Open Nightly from
t:00 p.m.

ROULETTE
21 (BLACKJACK)
CRAP' TABLE
POKES

SLOT MACHINES

BAR-SERVICE

I J I 47 I lr-tnntli.ed Kir

Sienal

Fan Liquido

200 400 17'
011 400 06

6
10

Yogi Berra

GOOD WOOD Yogi Berra
slams into a batting practice
pitch with the meat part of the
bat at Yankees' St. Petersburg,
Fla., camp.,

Grapefruit

League

Bklvn (N) 000 020 0002 7 2

Pitts. (N) 101 021 OOx 5 6 1

T oVimon r o r n pll lfC ttWA

Walker; Friend, Surkont (8) and

anepara. Wf- riena. iif ixn.
man,

Grba won No. 4 for Signal and
the shnnt.inw Is lust, nhnnt. nver.

As usual Pan Liquido gave a fine

periormance aitnougn tney lost

me services oi ineir ace .ane.
Winstpftrt rirnnnprf Vila first, fnr

Butch Baker's boys. Hill and. Tin Tin-gler
gler Tin-gler participated in the only
trinle made in the league so far.

Tingler- caught Roach's liner

dow nto first on the fly, whlpoed
to Hill who forced Kosik at third

and returned tne tnrow to Tin Tingler
gler Tingler who put out Hamlin at first.
The box score: i

Signal

Ab R H Po E

Hill, ss ..... . . 3 1 0 2 0
Matsomoto. 3b ... 2 2 1-2 o

Stewart, If ...... 3 114 0

Voltatina, rf ..... 4 0 10 0

Tingler, lb ...... 3 1 2 8 0
wlrth. cf 2 n n i 1

Bank, c 2 1 0 2 0

weary, 2b ........ 3 1110
Grba, p .3 0 0 1 0

Totals

25 7 6 21 1

Pan Liquido

Kosik, 3b ........ 3 0 13 0
Fisher, c 4 0 16 0
Hamlin, cc ..4 0 2 n n

Roach, lb 4 1 1 9 0

Herrera, Ii 11 0 1 0
Barrads. 2bV . : 3 l i n n

Pettigrew, cf ..... 3 12 10
Winstead, p 3 1 1 0 0

uampise, n ...... 3 1 10 0

Totals"

Final rnnnrt fnr 4Va ti

Tournament, will ho nimi

day with Ray Barnes, medalist,

auu jaw amnn swinging for
the chamDionshin.

This should be an interesting

"wuo5 uwiva wnn names tne
silent favorite n, Vm

niS aDllitV bv havincr nlavorl tho

course for the first time t.n fin.

ion m even par lor medalist.

Smith, nn t.ha ntha v.n4 v,

pisp ayed some fine golf by elim eliminating
inating eliminating the strongest contenders
in the championship flight To Tony
ny Tony Jankus. one t.imo ninn,. nr

fVl A Ul
me paa and for several years
among the low amateurs in the
Panama Orjen' Run .cimimii

Jim fatovall, both, fine golfers

u luuu iiiaicn piay opno-
nentS. Smith tnnlr thm In ki.

.i,ij. "- "-."i in ma
!wef P- Paying them-

nu coming out

Pairings ann st.nrtfn t;m.

, SiOD-a.m. 7th Flight
Moynihan vs B. Wheeler
9:07 a.m. 6th Flight
Carey vs McAmis
9:14 a.m. 5th Flight
Brown vs Farnsworth

?:21 a.m. 4th Flight
R. L. Mills vs Euper
9:28 a.m. 3rd Flight
Corsale vs Taylor
9:35 a.m. 2nd Flight
DesLondes Jr. vs Lally
9:45 a.m. 1st Flight
H. Engelke vs Bean
9:55 a.m. Championship Flight
Barnes vs Smith.
The sneciai pa Tohio. Mi.vt

Will be maverl nn Satiirrfan rV,-

31, starting time 9:00 a.m. Meth Method
od Method of play will be medal with a
handles rv flllmvnnta

PWGA handicap. ;
wJuthewlnner- of this" Ladies
Flight will go a beautiful hostess
trav. and in t.ha Iott ni'Vi u

lowest netscore will go one doz

en kou Dans. Tne course will be
Closed to all Other nlavnr until

2:00 p.m. for this special fliiht.

rrcseniaiion or an prizewl: f

it

be made on Sunday, April 1. at

3:00 p.m. at the Gamboa Golf
Club by Elton Todd, Pan Ameri American
can American Airways representative.
Come out and pull for your
favorite. Rrinc the fnmiltr Vmi

don't have to walk' over t.h

course, brinir vmir field iioc.

Sib on the veranda nnrt

see the players on every hole.

r

1

Wash. (A)

N. Y. (A)

004 011 0006 10 3

000 002 1104 12 4

Griees. Ramos (5) and Berbe-

ret; Turley, Garman (7) and
Berra, Johnson (8). HR Plews

(Wash). WP Griggs. LP Tur

ley.

Chicago (A) 010 200 1004 9 1
Milwau. (N) 401 011 OOx 7 14 1

Pierce fmnovan ffl) and Lol

lar; Buhl, Murff (6) and Cran Cran-dall.
dall. Cran-dall. HR Doby. WP Buhl. LP-

Pierce.

K. Citv (A) 000 001 0012 5 2

Boston (A) 100 020 40x 7 13 1

Kellner, Harrington (7) and
W. Shantz; Porterfleld, Hurd (7)
Hfnrv YQ onrf Potrliarnmi BP 1

Jensen (Bos). WP Porterfleld;

LP Keunery

Cinci. (N) 000 120 100 4 8 3

St. L. (N) 200 020 27x 13 14 1

Gross, Senerchia (4), Rabe

t1 Vnlpnt.infl IM and Riirupss-

Phhnlskv: Rrhnlt,' Cfi) unH Sarni'

HR Burgess. WP Poholsky; LP

UiUSS,

28 6 10' 21 0

STTMMARV Twn hnsa '. hits-

Matsomoto. Rarrads WinstpnH

Three base hits: Voltatina.
Home runs: Tingler. Triple
plays: Tingler Hill. Bases on
balls off:- Grba 2. Winsr.eari s

Struck out by: Grba 1, Winstead

5. Wmninsr Ditcher: Grba 4-3

Losing pitcher: Winstead 1-1.
Umpire: Methenv. Time; 1 -on

Scorer: Willy Peterkin.

Cleve. TAlJ 200 000 4208 11 1

Chicago (N) 100 004 2007 10 1

Houtteman. Santiaeo (7) and

Hegan; Meyer, fThorpe (7) Da

vis (9) and McCullough, Tappe

(7). HR Locklis. (Cleve), Ro

sen (Clevel. WP Santi&pn TP

inorpe

Detroit (A) 062 300 02215 13 4
Phila. (N) 000 002 102- 5 7 5

Gromek. Aber (7) arid House.

Burk (7). Loveneuthf Pieretti

(7) and Lonnett hrV. Hirbs

mek. LP Lovencruth.

John Mayles Joins

'llole-ln-One' Club

Vi!h Tine' Shot

John Mavlex A Panama n1f

club machie swinger who started
vlayinr the old

game less than one year aro t-

joinerj tne noie-in-one club at
the Panama rlnh lact. nrooir I

his four 4ron shot on the eighth
hole rolled into the cup for an
ace. -;.: .. '.

When akei1 tn dci.f h

" -ov muis
shot, Mr. Mayles said:
"Well, I was real confident as
I stenned to the tea. Mvondiiv

handed me a four iron and I
promptly topped the shot. The
ball took off like a Jet, hit the
rockv hill adiacent tn tha 0-raan

clipped the branches of a few

trees, took a real screwy bounce
as it hit a boulder, landed on
the green and rolled into the
cup. It was really a fine shot."
Undoubtedly Mr. Mayes was
usine the Dunlon 65 rnlf hall iia

represents Agendas Doel, local
agents for the Dunlop and spon sponsors
sors sponsors of the annual Dunlop tour

nament at me Panama r.o (

Club.
Panama pro Anibal Macarron,
who denies he avei tamrht Mr

Mayles to hole out a topped Iron

uii me siae oi a niu, was real
proud of his student when be
got the word.
At last report, Mr. Mayles was
going to teach Mr. Macarron.

I d0

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ft-o' M twm;-t i,miitrrfin mrr rt

YOU MEAN IT? Gil Hodges seems to find it hard to believe I
that the Dodgers are going to play eight games seven regular I
and one exhibition in Jersey City this year, but the figure on
fan Jack Semel's T-shirt at Vero Beach, Fla., doesn't meanl
that the Brooklyn club is behind the eight ball. '. ,'

Baltl. (A) 040 000 0105 11 2

Gomez. Mareoneri (7) and

hRTattrWHsonrBrownOJand'

Triandos. HR Rhorips rKrvi i

yeu're fcuyine. eellina.

hiring or twappirg, uie

the Went Ada.

Get More For Old
Furnishrns Wilh
a Want Ad
Yeu'4 be eurprlied how, many folic
are looking tor whtevr you hove H
eh. You con Koch 'em quickly
ond cheoply with a Panama American
Want Ad.

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fenfina li I

T C 1 '.

AMERICAN

j

Mays (NY). WP Gomez: LP
Wilson. i
N. Y. (N) 002 013 000 6 10 1



0-
in -DiT, MARCH 25, IKS

THE 'PANAMA A.MrP.ICAN AN I.NDI PENDENT DAILT KZViSrkTfZ, v
PACE ELIV E:i
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7 to- f7. ,V ,rh V r"i vr
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5. Louis Slugger Sharper
JYicrii Ever In Spring Games

FL

By FRED DOWN
VFAV YflRW lVTatrli 90 HTP C HT..'nl

wasn t fooling when he said he was "going: all out"
lo fvin his seventh National League batting title this

ear.

I The great St. Louis Cardinal Washington Senators, mean mean-ilupger
ilupger mean-ilupger laughed when he said he while, nursed as many injuries
"had to wfn the title because I as if. they'd played football yes yes-iaven't
iaven't yes-iaven't had a raise in salary In terday. Centf rtielder Mic key
five years," but there's nothing Mantle pulled the hamstring
funny to N.L. pitchers today ar muscle in his right leg the
Lnt his .358 serine batting av- same one that sidelined him in

Jraee ( the 1955 World Series and

"Stan Tne Man WOH uo.iim:, ocwuu-uaotiuau omy iviai tin ic-
itle in 1943, 1946, 1948, 1950, tired after he was bumped in a

iQii and 1352 and m virtually, piay at second base In yester-

very instance uunu up quu.. uaj u- nauiuigiuu viv-iuij.
ead on Ws rivals with a terrific j . ...

"nici dud uriggs Hiiu in-
fielder Pete Runnels ol the
Senators also were forced to
retire from the contest with
minor injuries.

ill

surge early in the season. Odvi Odvi-busly,
busly, Odvi-busly, that's what the 35-year-Old
slugger is aimine to do this

tear ana odviuumv "'
lp his batting eye for that all all-Important
Important all-Important fast start.

Musial had one of his best
days of the spring yesterday
when he blasted a double and
two singles to drive in three
runs and lead the Cardinals to
13-4 thrashing of the Cm Cm-cilnnatl
cilnnatl Cm-cilnnatl Rtdlegs. t
wnne Mavs. singled put by

Musial as likely to be one of his
principal rivals for the lit e,

weighed in with his seventn
iiome run of the spring and 1954
World Series hero Dusty Rhone
Iclouted No. 5 to give the New
York Giants a 6-5 decision over

" In other games, the Boston
Red Sox rapped out 13 hits to
down the Kansas City Athletics.
7-2, as Bob Porterfield yielded
one ( run in six innings; Bob
Friend, the National League's
earned run leader last year, al allowed
lowed allowed two runs in seven frames
as the Pittsburgh pirates scored
their third straight victory with
a 5-2 win over the Brooklyn
Dodgers, and the Detroit Tigers
parlayed 13 hits, 13 walks and
five errors into a 15-5 verdict
over the Philadelphia Phillies.

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I MERRILY DOWN THE STREAM Cambridge's smiling crew appears to be enjoying its back-
bending efforts during a workout on the Thames near London. jOarsmen are actually grimacing.

Pistons, Warriors Cho it e s
In Pro Cage Playoffs Tonight

'Vm Baltimore orioles. It was

teSKW"' 0" ""iCZ Swim Pools

Larry Doby, another tremen tremendous
dous tremendous spring hitter, blasted ta. n lAeftl
sixth homer but it wasn't enougn 1 O PC VlUdcU
as the Milwaukee Braves tallied I
four times against 15-game w n- ( nnr Crfi
ner Billy Pierce in the first in- VII UOUU rriUdy

nin and went on 10 aown w
Chicago White Sox, 7-4. Dohy,
viftin mail nvpr dflfl in the r.lt-

rnllected two sin-' Zone Division of Schools, wfll

.v., .1.. !t

ue ciuacu o vjuou twuaj, i
has been announced bv G. C.
Lcckridge, Director of Physical
Education and Athletics.
After the hclday, the swim swimming
ming swimming pool"! wiH be onen on
their regular schedules.

All Canal Zone

pools operated by

swimming

(ft Canal

Kles.

Ted Kluszewskl went liitless
in two at bats as the Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati RedUgs' "B"' squad beat
Nashville, 4-0.
The New York Yankees and

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iuiii iMft ruiAM R(H Muneer shows four Pittsburgh

pitchers knuckleball technique at the Fort Myers, Fla., camp
' Left to right are Jack McMahon, Nelson King, Johnny Brown and
'Bob Gardner. The Pirates' one strong point is pitching.

fc.

.-few!:,:

PAAF ALL-STARS Jack Mc Mc-Donough
Donough Mc-Donough and Pat Gallagher
are two members of the Serv Service
ice Service League champion Tri-Post
Troopers who will be seen in
action April 4, 6 and 7 when
the Panama Area Armed Forc Forces
es Forces All-Stars will meet the
Troopers in a three-game series
at Balboa Stadium. McDon McDon-ough
ough McDon-ough (top) will defend the sec second
ond second sack for the Troopers
while Gallagher will work be behind
hind behind the plate.

Pro Football
Is Sport
Appeals Court

NEW YORK, March 29 (UP)
The United States Court of
Appeals has upheld pro foot football's
ball's football's reserve clause.
The court at San Francisco
has dismissed a damage suit
brought against the National
Football League seven years a a-go
go a-go by Bill Radovichv a former
guard v; th the Detroit Lions.
Radovich jumped from the
Lions to the Los Angeles club
of the now-defunct All Ameri America
ca America Conference in 1946. Rado Radovich
vich Radovich later tried to join a club
in the Pacific Coast Football
League, which was affiliated
with the N-F-L. He charged
the club refused to hire him
because he was blacklisted by
the N-F-L.
Radovich later sued the N-F-L,
but saw his case d'smissed
in Federal Circuit Court. Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's decision in Federal
Court of Appeals upholds the
dismissal. The Appeals Court
ruled professional football is a
sport, as is baseball, and quot quoted
ed quoted the Supreme court's deci decision
sion decision upholding the reserve
clause in baseball.

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NEW YORK, March 29 (UP)-

The Fort Wayne Pistons and Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia Warriors were favored
to score victories on ( their home
courts tonight and thus advance
to the final round of the National

Basketball Association playoffs.
Both semi-final series are dead

locked at 2-2. The Pistons, alter

dropping the first two games,
made a brilliant comebacko take
the next two and now are picked
to win the "big one," over the St.
Louis Hawks. The Philadelphia Philadelphia-Syracuse
Syracuse Philadelphia-Syracuse series has followed the
home-court pattern.
In last night's only action, Syr Syracuse
acuse Syracuse evened the count in the East Eastern
ern Eastern finals by nipping the Warriors,
108-104, at Syracuse.
Syracuse had a 12-point lead ear ear-lv
lv ear-lv in th fourth auarter. 86-74. but

tne Warriors rallied and Joe Brab Brab-oski's
oski's Brab-oski's three-point play with one

minute left narrowea me gap 10
one point, 103-102. That's where
vi riniin the rookie from Ford-

ham who has proven a good

"clutch" player lor tne mis, came
through again with a free throw
and a field goal to clinch matters.
George King was a standout for

the Nationals witn points anu
with 15 assists that tied the War
Memorial Auditorium record held
by Bob Cousy of the Boston Cel

tics. But uonnn, wno nau, i, i.ui i.ui-ed
ed i.ui-ed eight in the last five minutes to
share the glory. ,
Neil Johnston of the Warriors
had 35 and Paul Arizin had 32.
Poncho Gonzalez
Clinches Pro Ilel
Tour From Traber!
ATLANTA, March 29 (UP (UP-pro
pro (UP-pro champion Pancho Ganzales
won the "money" match in his
100-match pro tennis tour with
Tony Trabert Tuesday night in
Atlanta. He trimmed the former
American and Wimbledon cham champion,
pion, champion, 6-1, 11-9. v
It was Gonzales' 51st victory
in Via iQft tnur snnnsored .by

promoter Jack Kramer. And it

won lor tne i-os Angeicn yiu
$25,000 contract to headline the
1957 pro tennis card.

Trohci-t nn wnn imiv u

matches from Gonzales during

tnnV the first set

easily and Trabert appeared vir virtually
tually virtually helpless against Pancho a
nowerful services and crisp pass

ing; shots.

in th. Kprnnri set Trabert took

his first lead of the match at 2-1
and held it to 5-3. Gonzalez
broke through Trabert's service
in a long deuce game and closed
nut th set and match with an

easy service victory.

In a preliminary singles match,

the former Australian Davis
Atinna 170v Uai't.mlfr lipfpnt.

ed veteran pro pancho Segura,

Middleweight Division
Gets Big Reshuffling
In Ring Magazine Ratings

NEW YORK, March 29 (UP)
The middleweight division un underwent
derwent underwent quite a shuffling In the
latest ratings by Ring Magazine.
Milo Savage took over second
place in the 160-pound division
as Charley Humez dropped to
third. Ralph "Tiger" Jones ad advanced
vanced advanced from eighth to fifth aft after
er after decisloning Humez. Three
other mlddleweights each drop dropped
ped dropped one spot Eduardo Lausse to
sixth, Gene Fullmer to seventh
and Rocky Castellanl to eighth.
Ex-champion Bobo Olson re remains
mains remains the top challenger to
champion Ray Robinson.
Former featherweight cham cham-nion
nion cham-nion Willie Pen is back In the

ratings for the first time since
April of 1954. Pepe is ranked!

10th in tne division iea Dy aanuy
Saddler. Fred Gallana is number

one.

Archie Moore remains tne
chief threat to heavyweight king
Rocky Marclano. Floyd Patterson
again ranks number on, con contender
tender contender to Moore in the light

heavv division, carmen Basiliol

leads the pack in the welter welterweight
weight welterweight division in which Johnny
Savtnn Is rhamnlon. Dulllo Loi

is top rated lnthe lightweight

division with Wallaca "Bud"
Smith the champ.
finvernor Goodwin Knieht of

California announces he has an an-nrnnriat.ed
nrnnriat.ed an-nrnnriat.ed mor monev to con

tinue an investigation of boxing.

Knight originally appropriai appropriai-d
d appropriai-d smnnn for the use of a spe

cial Governor's Committee inves investigating
tigating investigating the sport. He announc announced
ed announced today he had increased that

sum by another $30,000 a ween
or so ago. Knight repeated he
nonei tia tnld the commutes

what to do or how it should con conduct
duct conduct its investigation.
In hearings at Los Angeles to to-Aav
Aav to-Aav ftttomev James Cox de

scribed lightweight Don Jordan
and his manager. Harry Kaba-

koff, as "creatures 01 uane jmu jmu-mv
mv jmu-mv Kahakoff admitted he was

paid to perform various services
for Mrfnv. the Los Angeles

matchmaker- who has been ac

cused of arranging several iixcn
fights.
Tn New York, matchmaker

Teddy Brenner has been selected
as the new promoter of Monday

night fights at St. Nicholas Are

na. Brenner succeeds Tex Sulli

van and the London Sporting
club, who have lost their licens

es. Brenner formerly promoted
at the Eastern Parkway Arena in

Todov Encanto 25 .75
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Victor Mature, in
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Gene Tierney, in
"A BELL FOR ADANC

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Richard Carlson, in
"IT CAME FROM OUTER
SPACE"
Joseph Cotten, in
"UNTAMED FRONTIER"

(NEA Telephoto)
PLAYING IN THE RAIN (President Eisenhower dons rain'
pants, as home pro Sam Snead holds an umbrella over him
during a shower which started as the President was playing
golf at White Sulphur-springs, W. Va. Mr. Eisenhower was at
the West Virginia resort for a "get acquainted" conference with
Mexican President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines and Canadian Prime
Minister Louis St. Laurent.

Don't sit and wait
for "Lady Luck" .
Go and meet her .

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Against McCoy

LOS ANGELES, March 29 (UPV

Los Angeles matchmaker Babe
McCoy, linked in testimony with

various underworld figures and al

leged "fixed" fights, was expected

to take the stand today as the ta
lifomia state probe of boxing re resumed.
sumed. resumed. McCoy has denied testimony link

ing him directly or indirectly with
12 alleged 'fixes" and statements

he split boxers purses and arm
trarily appointed managers.

The name of New York fight

manager Eddie Walker was

brought into the hearing yester

day by Los Angeles lightweight
Carlos Chaves who said Walker

mailed his earnings to McCoy.

Police Chief William H. Parker

testified that because of his long
friendship with Ca! Eaton, promot promoter
er promoter at Olympic Auditorium, he
warned him that McCoy, Olympic
matchmaker, was associating with

lormer monster Mickey Cohen.

Willie Ginsburg, gym manager
who.-said an-rraad-anM)d
other work for McCoy, testified he
frequently in the past had seen
underworld figures Joe and Al Si-

i ca in the company of McCoy at

the hotel where Ginsburg lives.

SPELLING TROUBLE
SALT LAKE CITY (UP)

Twelve-year-old Steven Bishop i
pointed out to city officials that i
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and Wrgigth Court had spelled:

Wright "Wrigt." As street depart-i

ment employes has ened to supply
the missing "h," other citizens re-1
ported signs reading "Eight South")
for Eighth South and another la labeled
beled labeled "Sevenetent South." 1

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PANAMA, R. r THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1956

rro cents

TwoWell Known CZ Architects

End Long Service With Caria

IN COURT Sydney Hw-
man, 17, who married her
high school teacher, George
Wald, 34, is shown as she ap appeared
peared appeared tn court in New York,
after Wald's arrest on com complaint
plaint complaint of the Rirl'j parents.
Sydney had been living at
home since her marriage to
Wald last January.

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---- r-'"iius wiwsvi visigu fuu LtAuiiifiic vi iiianv uiil-

vtiuc Kiucm ua; uuiiujiiga in uir in- ana private DUiicungs.
Canal Zone have the imprint of Page was superrisor of design
two well-known architects in the and fttvnin

j tngineenni? Division whose long estimates tor the construction of

iBciviie wim me tanai organiza- ine aoutn warganta Elementary
j tion comes to an official close at School, the P a r a i s o Elementary
.the end of this month. .School, the new Latin American
The two employes are Leo C.' High School in Paraiso, the Parai Parai-Page,
Page, Parai-Page, chief of the architectural so Civic Center, including the new
i branch, and Edwin M. McGinnis, Commissary retail store: and th

supervising architectural e b g i- conversion of Coco Solo Hospital
neer. Page left the Isthmus earlierjPage donated his professional
this month and hp anil Mr Piu nrr;, ; u

, & t ilvo iu ucaiKiiiuK uuuiucr Ul
n in ( n n r flim. t,.t.. U A J : i 1 1 i

ujan j uianr iiieii luiurc iiumr ill n mm an rnnrrnoo

California. Mr. and Mrs. McGin-f

us cach icavc in may anu uoiuc vi iiaicigii, ivwaf ra)C
probably will live in Florida afterWas employed in the arehitectur-

retirement.

Both men are well known- not
only in their profession as ar architects,
chitects, architects, but also for their par participation
ticipation participation and contributions to
the civic and community life In
the Canal Zone. They have,
worked side by side in the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division's big office
at Balboa Heights for more than
20 years.
During recent vears thev have

lanen an important part in me
planning of entire new Canal Zone

townsites such as Los Rios, Pa

raiso. new residential arpai nf Bal

boa Flats, Margarita, Gatun, and
Rainbow City; as well as in the

al branch of the Eneinperin? Divi

sion for the past 29 years. He was
promoted to Panama Canal archi architect
tect architect in 1949 following the retire retirement
ment retirement of Meade Bolton.
McGinnis was born in Toledo, 0-

is

OUT ON BAIL Wald, ar arrested
rested arrested for abduction and second-degree
rape on complaint
of the parents of Sydney Sil Silverman,
verman, Silverman, 17, with whom Wald,
had eloped in January, leaves
court in New York after being
' released in $500 ball.

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House Veterans
Committee Okays
Change In Law

HOG To Remain

Silent Until
Saturday Noon

Radio station HOG will re remain
main remain off the air all day tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and until noon Saturday
in observance of Good Friday
and Holy Saturday, it was an announced
nounced announced today by ten Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, station manager of the
outlet.
The suspension of broadcasts
until noon Saturday is in
compliance with a city ordi ordinance
nance ordinance which bans the playing
of popular music from mid midnight
night midnight tonight until midday
Saturday.
All Panama radio stationi,
except those broadcasting
Good Friday and other reli religious
gious religious services, will also suspend
broadcats until Saturday noon.

LEO C. PAGE

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4

E. M. McGINNIS

Five emnloven nf th f!nnnl nr

ganization. who together have a
total Of 14.1 vpari nf Pannl wrv.

Ice. foHr frrtm AAffir. Arirl.A at

mil. Mi ll w H k pmn nvM unn iha I na wnn rr unth

Canal organization as an architec-j Those retiring, their positions,

iiubi uesigner in. jh.h. Me was ana lengin of service follow:

I m.,w-v.ic vsuuiauiiD Cllgl- u, UttlilHIU, lUUMUHSier,

UMwr-Hi ana was promoted to racinc locks, 27 years, three

ion, are the Cristobal Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building, the Balboa Post
Office, the Cristobal High School,
the Balboa High School and Jun Junior
ior Junior College the Balboa Gym Gymnasium,
nasium, Gymnasium, Corozal Hospital, and
Obstetrical Ward of Gorgas Hospital.

During the last war, McGinnis

P-age was special architect and co coordinator
ordinator coordinator with the Special Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Dvision and the Panama
Canal. It was rttirin? this no rind

mat me 5t;u towns of Diablo, Co

con, and Margarita were built

When Pace wasn't husv with

this architectural duties, he took

a nana in the desizn of medals

and stamps. Some of his crea creations
tions creations were the Canal 25th Anniver

sary Medal, the Boy Scout Las
Cruces Trail Medal, the Canal or organization
ganization organization retirement certificates

and a numhpr nf fanal 7nn

stamps, the latest being the Pana Panama
ma Panama Railroad 100th Anniversary
stamp.

He also Darticiriatpd and assist.

. I ed in a wide variety of communi-

iy ana weitare programs such as

.bond drives, infantile paralysis

- campaigns, Kea cross drives.

fourth of July celebrations, and

was an active supporter of the
Boy Scout and Girl Scout move movements.
ments. movements. McGinnis also was i staunch
supporter of civic affairs, especial especially
ly especially Boy Scout activities during his
many years of residence in the

Canal Zone. His most absorbine

IKE MEETS WITH CANADIAN PRIME MtnjVtfi, t, V(J V
nadian Prime Minister Louis StXw?ent at Shff Eisenhower (left) met, rV
Secretary of State John Foster Dull ' White Sulphur springs, w. Va. v At right ij? US

, No Firm Agreements Made By Big Three-

Dulles lerms Summif Talks 'Wonderful'

rPresident"iscn7we7 turne where fe '.net 27''' V1
to the White House yesterdav aft ranlrti.n 01 Jw? days with

fi' miiltiAl

-f -..v UIU&UOI
and hrothM-WiH

Mr, Eisenhower arrived in

capital in mm

the

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, who returned ahead of the

afternoon tron XsMZ

lv tn ."-ws intended on-
iy to create "an atmnsnhor. L

ne,lt easier to get cm&'

Health Bureau Collects
Annual Safety Trophy

mjq. .,o;.i 7" msi-iaic must ana nas
wf.h Vhf'il"!e.eI J.ar? collection o watercolors

- iisuuiiuuu nu w jocai scenes.
Five Retiring PG Employes
Total 145 Years Of Service

W I II II

Washington, March 29 (up)i oga neaanunTers

today approved a change in the) I GirOriZG I IDGt.
Ian, ttinl n. J. i ..

"v Illfl3 a vKifian respons responsible
ible responsible for his government loan after
he has sold his home.
Under present law the veleran

remains liable if the nurchaspr

supervising architectural engineer

Some of the public buildings
designed and constructed in the
Canal Zone during the time that
the two architects have been em employed
ployed employed in the Engineering Divi

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Burnese Borders

who assumes the rr.t : a' W' Jefl narra

laler nVfa,,!.; M, "Z:Z:a.Fuk V .l" Of-

CALCUTTA. March 29 fUPV-In-dian
army troops joined harras-

- t-miij t,u t viv;ni MCll
of this vears Inter and nntv nrtnr

the mortgage has been foreclosed.

unacr me new lecislation the

llll6 .aeai.nst the mauTauding'came from-Colombis

Stowaway Will Get
Speedy Trip Back
An Friiarinr03fl Kfamrm ,tiA t,tJ

" .-V,M IMHII Willi tlUJ

awara tne Ciudad de Medellin,
which arrived tnrfav f

speedy trip back v to -where he

unT"r cin n,bC5 Ho.r.y. F, zimbr.no. 30

Atn.i.i. j .. 'n ine nainoa iau awa

veteran and ikin u. IV. o ri i .l.i. . V 'ciioriTOW.

ot any further liability. "'"''erei state i0V'L Wl'ford McK "e agent, for

months and 12 davs

Robert L. Dickerson, supervi supervisory
sory supervisory marine traffic controller,
Balboa Port Captain's Office, 32
years, 11 months and 15 days.
Eugene C. Lombard. Executive
Secretary. 37 vears. nine mnnthx

and 12 days.

Edwin M. McGinnis supervis supervising
ing supervising architectural engineer. F.n-

Rineerinjf Division. 20 years, two

iinMiuiB ana ii oays.
Leo C, Pjp. rVi'tpf nf tVi. r.

chitectural branch, Engineering

division, 29 years, six months
and eight days. v
Barnarrl tva Vinm In Tlori.a

Vermont and is a veteran of

ooth World war I and World
War II. He serverf with tv tt n

Army In France -from 1917 to
1919 and was on dutv with the
U.S. Army during the second
World War from 1942 tn 1047

He served In the Canal Zone!
the United States. ani th. vr

East, and left the service with

L ansnrn 110 Aiic; uuvnnui -r cm ic nil-

hobby when he wasn't on the joblnual Safety Trophy was pre pre-in
in pre-in the Administration Building, Isented yesterday to the Health
hnwuutr urn n.int;ni, tr : nuraaii h Aau Tah o c-u l j

sidered a first-rate artist and hasldurlng a brief ceremony held on
I i.". 11 : . .1 a 1 1 a 1 i x i.1 :

tne sicps ui ine Auminisirauon
Building at Balboa Heights.
The award was received by
Col. Charles f) Rnirp rn hphnlf

or the. employes of the Health
Bureau in the presence of Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company-Govern

ment bureau heads, representa representatives
tives representatives of the various Health Bu

reau, units fiofptv rpnrecunt.o.

tives and members of the Com Com-panv
panv Com-panv Government Saf etv

Branch.

Thp sward was wn lw fVi

employes of Health Bureau on
the basin of a fi7 npr rent. Im

provement in their frequency
rate over their own nrevlnns

three-year average. I
This is the second time that
the Annual fiafpl.v Trnnhv Vot

been won by the Health Bureau
during the three years that the
program has been in effect In
the Canal Zone.

In nresentintr the txonhv t,rl

Bruce, Sevbold coneratulatedj
him nnH thp memher nf thpl

Health Bureau on their accom-l
nlishment "which reflert.o the I

interest shown by you and mem members
bers members of vour nrea nidation tn the

advancement of our accident

prevention program. This is es especially
pecially especially sleniflcant for your bu bureau,
reau, bureau, which alsn won the first

award in 1953."

THE STORY OF ECCBERT An Easter Adventure BY WALT SCOTT
I f amd Ytoaassy. l am up' i riwr A rntr nr.. ,or .,7 ssai r7i '' v "'. 1

S) Ch I

: V you flew, mv, JAEWT, VLif FTlW II 4
V didn't you? V ; momeajt! ; yH y I

m r 1 i-inini in 1 f 1 1 -m

the ranlr nf ronfain 4,,viv. iu.

. w. vuuiii uuii tile

toi war.

An emnlnvp nf th r,i

ganlzation since 1923, all of his

nci vii:p nan nnon nrftk iuA r

ti... . JjULUS

vision at Fedro Miguel. He

was empioyea in various posi positions
tions positions t PpHrn J I

uccn a locKmaster since 1953.

Followincr Wo

and Mrs. Barnard expect to go
to the United States but they
are unripcMpH a t

will make their future home.
A natlVP nf nclrtlnnm IkHlnn...

rl, Dickerson served from 1916

to ihu witn the U.S. Navy, and
from 1920 tn 1Q9 n,a. XT.....

civilian employe with the. 15th

navm uisinct.in Balboa. He

oined the Canal organization in
1923 ax a miiHn' illfni... .1

the Balboa Port Caotaln's office
and has been with the same uniti
ever xlnr w mo.

, "an i-'i jmj 1 CU I U
chief marine dispatcher in 1938

ana nas Deen sunervlsory ma marine
rine marine traffic controller sincp 1953.
Hp pynprro t vlclf. raliHvo. I

the States after his retirement
and has made nlans to make his
home in Mexico.

tvv,19.3' an ,Annuai Safety

.wKJijr jS awitraea to tne bu bureau
reau bureau achieving the highest per-
Centase Imnrnvtmuit i

dent frequency rate over its own

avci age.
previous calendar three-year
The award Is given on the bu bureau
reau bureau level and all except the
Personne Burmn k.

of the Comptroller are eligible

Last, vpm tha ...

by the Community Services Bu Bureau
reau Bureau on the basis of a 34 per
cent lmnrovpmpnt i nu. mcj t

f iima loot ill-
?i?neJue.ncy rate over the

io ana lass average.

nfF .of th f'w specinc items
?fi burs,ne!Is Publicly disclosed
was lanaria proposal tn i-n

i ssu's Huff" in the economic
that th, Frtt World invit
Russia to exchange plans for
..wiping i LUndr-dvloP.d nations
-nd than adviu th. Sovi.t
to "put up or shut up."
rJi1 W,hlte House said three
chiefs of government made "no
concrete agreement one way" or
another" on thp rn.i.'-

tion. But it annparoH u-

Eisenhower and Ruiz Costines
may have hpn rieii;n ...l

jects along these lines as they

vauc idiewfll.

BWhi e walking with the Mexican
President tn hie f u.

trreenhner Hnipi ot c..ii...

apnngs, Mr. Eisenhower was
heard to remark:
"You read that lncf

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wrote that in 1947. And lo-i V
not change one word of it.""
The President referred to his
book "Crusade for Freedom."
The last chapter deals with post-''
war relations with Russia and the
collapse of world cooperation"
after the end of hostilities in f.h.

rope,

Congratulations were also re

ceived from Lt. Gov. H. W.

SchuH, Jr.. who stated that the

une record acwevea rv ine du du-reu
reu du-reu was a credit to the organi

zation a whnlp

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