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"f fi people hnbic the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P.. SATURDAY, MARCH 24. 1956
' LONDON, March 24 (UP) Russia soon may show
the world a bigger and better jet airliner than the one
which surprised experts here on its first appearance west
of the Iron Curtain, informed sources said today.
The sources said the Soviets are working on a four
jet, 70-passenger airliner version of the "Bison" bomber
which rivals in size any jet aircraft flying in the world
The sleek "Acrpflot" twin jet
' plane which brought Russian se secret
cret secret police boss Ivan Serov to
London Thursday is a commer commercial
cial commercial version of the "Badger';
It Is the only pure jet alr alr-I'ner
I'ner alr-I'ner In mass production and
operation in the world today.
British and French jetliners
still are in the development
stage and American four-jet air aircraft
craft aircraft are years away from the
The twin-jet TU-104 is a 50 50-passenger
passenger 50-passenger aircraft.
However, it -is considered by
For October Month
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
Federal, state and local govern governments
ments governments employed a record total of
7,432,000 civilians last October, the
Census Bureau reported today.
The total payroll that month al also
so also reached a new peak of $2,265, $2,265,-000,000.
000,000. $2,265,-000,000. Total civilian public employ employ-mcnt
mcnt employ-mcnt was tip 200,000 from October,
1954, and payrolls were up 7.7 per
cent, the bureau said.
The report showed 2,378,000 fed federal
eral federal employes, 1,250,000 state em employes
ployes employes and 3,804,000 persons em employed
ployed employed by cities, counties, town townships
ships townships and special districts.
Slate and local employment was
at a new high, but federal civi civilian
lian civilian employment remained well
below the wartime high of 3,375, 3,375,-000.
000. 3,375,-000. Payrolls for state and local
governments, totaling $340,400,000
and $1,078,000,000 respectively al also
so also set a record for the month.
Soldier Of Luck,
Red Deny Meeting
TOKYO, March 24 (UP) The
Communist Peiping radio reported
today that soldier of fortune Mor Morris
ris Morris (Two-gun) Cohen met Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai
during his visit to Peiping.
The Peiping broadcast also said
Cohert, one-time bodyguard to Dr.
Sun Yat-sen, foundeer oi modern
China, also met several other high
Chinese Red leaders during his re recent
cent recent mysterious visit to the maln-
Cohen, returned to Hong Kong
Thursday and denounced reports
that he went to Peiping. on a
"peace mission. ., -"
GENEVA, March 24 (UP)
"Wake-up" drugs are a hazard to
health and may possibly cause
addiction, a United Nations re report
port report warned today.
The report listed the opinions
of experts offered at the October,
1955, meeting of the World Health
Organizations' committee on nar narcotics
cotics narcotics addiction.
It said use of benzedrine, amphe amphetamine
tamine amphetamine and other such stimulants
has become a serious problem in
Japan, where stern measures have
been taken to wipe out illegal drug
TESIS' AUTO Canal Zone officials describe the condition of the wrecked car (above) in
which Panamanian boxer Pedro Tesis (the owner) was riding when he was killed on the,
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway as one of the worst they have seen. Of three others riding in the,'
car when it missed a turn and tumbled down an embankment at the Madden bridge, only one
was seriously Injured.
experts here to be too small for
economical use on long; stage,
long distance routes.
But the Soviet four-jet bomb bomber,
er, bomber, apparently equipped with the
same massive turbine engines of
around 20,000 pounds thrust, un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly is'within the Transat Transatlantic
lantic Transatlantic flight range, sources here
said:: ; . -v.-'
GOPers Feel lova
Would Hoi Vole
For Ezra T. Benson
WASHINGTON, March 24
(UP) Two Iowa Republicans
said today Secretary of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Ezra T. Benson would take
an "unmerciful beating" running
for office in Iowa on his flexible
price props program.
Benson said-- .yesterday his
flexible props program will win
votes for the GOP if the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats make it a campaign issue
Both of the Iowans Reps.
Ben F. Jensen and H. R. Gross J
are among the 21 Republicans
who helped 180 Democrats pass
a rigid supports bill last year in
Jensen and Gross said in sep separate
arate separate interviews that Iowa farm farmers
ers farmers want rigid supports not
the administration's flexible sup support
port support program.
However, Jensen said he doesj
not foresee a farm revolt a-1
gainst President .EJscnhowet.be!
cause other Issues besides the
farm program are at stake. f
A- Senate-House conference
committee is scheduled to begin
work Monday on reconciling both
the house rigid supports bill and
the senate-passed omnibus farm
bill. The omnibus farm bill In Includes
cludes Includes high price supports.
Benson told an overflow audi audience
ence audience at the National Press Club
that neither bill satisfies the
administration. He said both
contain price supports higher
than are reasonable.
Reds May Haul
LONDON, "March 24 (UP)
Soviet technicians kav Hraftor)
Dlans io build an atomie freight
loconjouve, raaio Moscow report reported
ed reported today.
The broadcast said the locomo locomotive
tive locomotive would have 5500 horsepower.
It quoted an article in a Soviet
publication on "the serious at attempt
tempt attempt to assess the possibilities
of uses of atomic energy in rail railway
way railway transport."
It said, the project for the atomic
locomotive had been "successfully
defended" before a state examina examination
tion examination committee by a group of 'grad
uates 01 a Moscow technical ins institute.
titute. institute. Wagner To Speak
On CFN Tonight
The National Commander of
the American Legion, J. Addlng Addlng-ton
ton Addlng-ton Wagner will speak over the
CFN armed forces radio station
this afternoon at 5.
THE VICTOR Sen. Estes
Kefauver (D., Tenn.) eats
popcorn In Minneapolis after
winning a stunning upset vic victory
tory victory ever Adlal Stevenson in
the Minnesota presidential
Kefauver Says Nod
Up To California
LOS ANGELES. March 24 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kefauver believes vic-l
tory in the June 5 California prim primary
ary primary will assure him the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic nomination for president. j
"If I can win the California prim-i
ary, it will assure me of getting
the nomination," he told a crowd
of about 3,000 persons last night
in one of two speeches in nearby
Long Beach. j
He said he was confident he
could carry the state in the prim-1
ary despite opposition of much of
the Democratic official organiza organization
tion organization in California.
"We have a good organization
here and I don't discourage easi easily,"
ly," easily," he said. "I am confident I
will carry the state." ; r
- The Tennessee campaignerIn
spired byHbis, victory over Adlai
Stevenson in Minnesota, said his
political outlook in California at
this time appears much brighter
than it did in Minnesota when he
opened his campaign there.
In Minnesota, he said, Democra Democratic
tic Democratic leaders threw many obstacles
in his path. But these tactics
boomeranged and, as a result, he
drew larger support from the
rank and file than expected, he
said. -. I
College Joes Strike
To End Sfalin Brand
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)
Students at the University of
Tiflis in Russian Georgia ... have
abandoned their classrooms in a
general strike protesting the So Soviet
viet Soviet government's defamation of
their- native hero, .Stalin, the
New York Times reported today.:
The Times said reports receiv received
ed received in New York last night indi indicated
cated indicated that the university in the
Georgian capital, had been clos closed.
ed. closed. It is the first time that stu students
dents students have displayed displeasure
with government policy openly
since Trotskyite student strikes
some 30 years ago, the newspa newspaper
per newspaper said.
The -Times said there was no
news to Indicate whether there
had been bloodshed as the So Soviet
viet Soviet government sought to end
the situation caused In Georgia
by resentment of the nationwide
campaign to brand Stalin a pho
Riots were reported In Georgia
on March 7 and 8, but Soviet
spokesmen have since maintain
ed that all is "serene" in the
, WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
Rep. Wright Patman (D-Tex)
once persuaued the fost Office De Department
partment Department to "overlook' charges
mat a Texas postmaster used twO
postage stamps to buy himself a
sua 01 clothes, it was disclosed to today.
day. today. House investigators were told
that the postmaster's salary hing hinged
ed hinged on the number of stamps he
sold. According to testimony, the
fost Office Department consid
ered the action a "major oltense"
but dropped charges wnen Patman
said he uidnt believe the po.-i
mastr ''meant to steal anything.1'
The incident was revealed by a
House Armed Service subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee as it traced the activities of
M.L. Felker Sr., former postmast postmaster
er postmaster at Aviriger, Tex; the postmast postmaster's
er's postmaster's son M. J. Felker Jr., and Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth W. Simmons, also of Avinger.
-As the subcommittee unfolucd
an involved story of "political fa favors"
vors" favors" anl campaign politics, ii
brought out that.
The youngir Felker and Sim Simmons
mons Simmons wire in the insurance buti buti-neis,
neis, buti-neis, selling policies to man
about to go into military ltrvict. J
This is considered a good busi- 1
nets since the government guar guar-ant
ant guar-ant ss premium en insurance
held during active service and
Felker Seniof, and Patman were
life-long friends. : Now, Simmons
is running against Patman for con
gress. Patman hoped Felker Sen Senior,
ior, Senior, could talk Simmons out of run.
ning, but the ex-postmaster failed
to do so.
The subcommittee first lought
to determine how young Teiker
and Simmons obtained a confiden confidential
tial confidential Selective Service list of the
addresses of potential draftees.. It
read into the record a series of let letters
ters letters written by Patman
: i '.'.-..
The letters brought out that Pat
man agreed to get them a list of
ROTC graduates about to go into
service, but there was some delay.
The elder Felker advised Patman
that Simmons was running for
Patman'a house seat,
Patman sent Felker a scorching
letter reminding the postmaster of
past favors in his behalf. He said
postal inspectors were always aft after
er after Felker because he paid more at attention
tention attention to his lucrative pulp wood
business than to this post office
"When your re-appointment on
a four-year term came up," Pit Pitman
man Pitman wrote, "it was held up bv
the Postmaster General and re refused
fused refused on the charge that you wore
using postage stamps to pay for
Savs Red Chinese
TAIPEI, Formosa, March 24
(UP) A Nationalist Chinese
military expert said today that
Communist Chinese pilots are
flying new Russian-built Mig-17
Capt. Liu Hoh-Tu, official spokes spokesman
man spokesman for Nationalist military af affairs,
fairs, affairs, told newsmen he could
give no definite information, but
Offered hlS "nrnnal nntninn"
that Red China is using the fast
The Nationalist Air Fnrr tc
equipped with Sabres and Thun Thun-derjets.
derjets. Thun-derjets. Nationalist China has asked the
United States for more and new
er-type jet aircraft.
. NEW YORK, March 24 (UP) -Dave
Garroway, star of the "To "Today"
day" "Today" and "Wide Wide World" tele television
vision television programs, will marry Pa Pamela
mela Pamela Wilde, it was announced to today.
day. today. :
Miss Wilde, 28, a production co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for a film company, said
that no date had been set for
the ceremony. "It will be the sec second
ond second time for each of us and one
should take one's time," she said.
Garroway was divorced in 1946.
He has a daughter,' Paris, 12, by
that marriage. Miss Wilde has a
son, Michael, 7, by a, previous
A FIRM HANDCLASP, a letter of high praise, and a fond fare farewell
well farewell were some of the things retiring Executive Secretary of
the Panama Canal, Eugene Lombard was given yesterday at a
lunechon tendered in his honor by Governor John Seybold.
Globetrotting Dulles States
US Must Continue Foreign Aid
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UF)
Secretary of State John Fosier
Dulles warns the United States
must keep, a military and econo economic
mic economic "protective umbrella" over
free Asian nations or lose them to
Communism. : :
"If we wish to. see the free world
preserved and enlarged, we must
Point 4 Transfers
To RP Governmenl
The Point Four Program trans transferred
ferred transferred one of its social welfare
'programs to the Panama Gov
ernment yesterday in a ceremo
ny at the Santo Tomas Hospital,
attended by the Ministry of Pub Public
lic Public Health, high officials of the
Panama government, the U.S.
Embassy, the Point Four, Pro
gram, and other technical co cooperation
operation cooperation agencies.
The .social welfare program
was established in July 1953
with the purposes of assisting
patients of the Santo Tomas
Hospital having social problems
and also trained social workers
students from the University of j
Since the Inter-American Pub Public
lic Public Health Service created this
program,- approximately 1200 so social
cial social cases were attended, 60 per
cent .belonging; to the Children's
Hospital and the rest to other
sections of the Santo Tomas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. In addition nine social
worker students were trained in
this program as well as three
Nearly $4,ooo were spent m,
the program, 15,000 from the
joint funds of the Inter-Amerl-can
Health Service. 5,000 by the
Santo Tomas Hospital and the
rest was supplied by the com community.
The idea of returning to the
Panama government programs
which are successful follows the
technical cooperation programs,
by:which the Point Four Pro
gram assist tne host governmeni
in develonins sound programs
until enough Panamanian per-
isonnel is trained to carry on the
I work started bv the technicians,
Senate Plans Block of Tax
Smokes, Drinks, Included in
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
The Senate Finance Committee
voted today to block for another
year a scheduled $3,200,000,000
slash in taxes on business and
such consumer items 'as liquor,
cigarettes and new cars.
It acted after treasury Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary George M. Humphrey revealed
that the 'administration has raised
by 1 billion dollars its estimates
on both government spending and
receipts for the current fiscal year
ending June 30.
The new figures would have ho
effect on the administrations
estimate of a 200 million dollar
surplus for fiscal 195A. Spending
is expected to rise to $6.,300,000,.
000 and recaiDtt to Ai billion
help, or forces of despotism will
take control," Dulles said last night
in a nationwide radio-TV report on'
his Far Eastern tour.
The most ominous note of his
report concerned the Formosa
Straits area where Nationalist and
Red 'Chinese military forces ex-
change gunfire almost daily. j
"The spot in the Far East where. I
at the moment, conflict most
threatens is the Taiwan (Formo (Formosa)
sa) (Formosa) area," Dulles said.
American officials said in elab elaborating
orating elaborating on the Secretary's state statement
ment statement that the main purpose of U.
S.; policy in the troubled Formosa
area is to "make sure it does not
flare into war."
Top Defense, Security
Hen Called Info Meet
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
- President Eisenhower t o d a y underworld conspiracy to cap-ldon B. Johnson accused the ad ad-called
called ad-called in top defense and security ture tfte powerful union spurred; ministration today of ignoring
officials for a "routine technical the justice department's action.! "the needs of our senior citizens'
briefing on U.S. security prog-j WiUiams indicated that per- by opposing legislation to liberal,
rams. The White House said the sons cited by Lacey would be jzerfSocial Security benefits
meetmg would not, as repotted, 'questioned privately by members Johnson referred to a Ho'use-ap.
concern the Middle East. of his staff or subpenaed 1 before proved bill which would allow, a a-The
The a-The meeting first scheduled a snecial o-rand- 1urv if theyv,At i mui!w ..j
fr yesterday but postponed unti
today-jas originally annotmred
by the White House with out ex
planation of the subject to be dis
However, when the secrecy sur
rounding the meeting and the ty dominated by racketeers and
make-up of the group led to ie-!KaT1gsters who operate under the
ports that the mid-East c r is i s guise of unions, trade associa associa-would
would associa-would be on the agenda, White i tions, or any other comblna comblna-House
House comblna-House Press Secretary James C. Wons," Williams said.
"The subject to be discussed is
of a classified nature... it does not
in any relate to the mid-East."
"It is one of a series of routine,
technical briefings on various phas phases
es phases of our American security pro
gram,- he said.
Local 907 Elects
Elecions for officers of OCEOC OCEOC-CIO
CIO OCEOC-CIO Local 907 will be held to-
morrow between 9 and noon at:
the local's headquarters. The 58-year-old Panamanian livt-
New officers will remain lnied his residence as Santiago, in
office for one year. v the interior of Panama. :
! extension of the corporate and
part of the administration's drive
to balance the budget. They now
are scheduled to drop April 1.
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va).
chairman of the committee, said
he expects the senate to approve
the extension measure and send;
it to Mr. Eisenhower Monday or
Tuesday, thus beating the dead-
line. The House has passed the
Under, present law.ithe affected
tax rates would fall to pre-Korean
levels on the first of the month.
Corporation taxes, pegged at 52
per cent during the Korean War,
would drop to 47 per cent without)
the new bill.
The measure also would con
tinue present federal sales tax
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., March 24 (UP) Tht
United States had high hopes today for a quick settle settlement
ment settlement next month on an international agency to carry out
President Eisenhower's "atom-for-peace" plan.
Twelve nations, including Russia, will meet in Wash Washington
ington Washington April 9 to put the finish touches on the program.
Fears that the Soviet Union would kill it before it got
started have all but disappeared.
Ambassador James j. Wadsworth, deputy chief of tht
U.S. delegation to the United Nations, said yesterday tha
12 nations had reached virtual agreement on most parts
of a draft that would set and govern the international
r foM if YrA rtfif vf VAn
I lie oaU tv nuu iiuv j v. v w v.
decided exactly wnat would De
its relation to the U,N. or how
Its board of governors would be
But areas or disagreement
between the West and the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union on the -: project
largely "melted away" in the
three weeks of discussions in
Washington that wound up
last Wednesday, he aa'd.
. t :
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I i I' C '' "-r1
As Probe Is Sfarlsd
NEW YORK. March 24 (UP)
thorough investigation Monday.
of charges that gangsters and
racketeers are on the verge of
taking over a 125,000-member
Teamsters Union local-here.
Martin T. Lacey,. president of
the Teamsters Joint Council, was
expected to be the first person
called for questioning by U.S.
Attorney Paul W. Williams when
the Investigation gets under way.
Lacey's charge that there is an
proved uncooperative. He said
the- Investigation had been un-
Qeriasen io see u u ';
crimes have been committed.
"I don't intend to have the cl-
Bench Warrant Out
For Interior Dweller
A bench warrant for the ar
rest of a merchant from the inte interior
rior interior of Panama, charged with
drunken driving, was issued yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Balboa,
The defendant, Faustino Bara-
nanc failed to appear in the Bil
boa Magistrate's Court yesterday
at 1:30 to answer the charge
thereby forfeiting. $100 bail -which
he had posted earlier.
automobiles, trucks, auto acce?.
torits and some ether items.
These rates were raised during
the Korean fighting and never
have been permitted to drop
Besides extending such rates,
Humphrey and members of Con
gress generally agree that there
will be no tax outs this year.
Humphrey said recently that the
estimated 200 million dollars sur-
plus falls far short of justifying a
tax cut. :r:;: .-' '.;
Humphrey testified today behind,
closed doors, but Byrd gave news-;
man i fill-in later on his remarks.
Byrd said Humphrey gave no rea reason
son reason for the administration's re
vision of its spending and receipt
Wadsworth said fears that' the
Soviet Union would insist on ve veto
to veto power, either In the aeency
through the U.N. Security
Couicll, proved to be for naught.
The issue was not even raited,
Once the 12 countries arjnrove
the governing draft it will be
submitted to a aeneral confer
ence, probably In September.
- The tnited States, fcftativ
and Russia aires" kv r '- T.
ed finitinable t- amu'io
aficnev, mr it is esiabli hr,:.
Wadsworth said the agencv,
would act as both banker and
broker for such material. Some
of it would be given to it out outright
right outright and some consigned to it
ior snipmenl rrom one country
Revision Of Old Age
Up In Senafe Circles
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
tnat DernnrfaHrt T a A aw T im
workers to begin receiving Social
Security retirement benefits with-
;out waiting until they are 65. The
bill now is before the Senate Fi Fi-nance
nance Fi-nance Committee.
The Texan said In a statement
that "Democratic leaders feel the
administration is totally unrespon unresponsive
sive unresponsive to the needs of our senior ci citizens."
tizens." citizens." i
Johnson's statement indicated
that Democratic leaders intent to
make a political issue of the elec election
tion election c a mpa ign, ?
Under the measure, women
would be eligible to receive fed federal
eral federal eld age benefits at age 42
and totally disabled workers at
50. The present age for receiv receiving
ing receiving benefits it 45 years eld for
The bill would raise Social Se Security
curity Security taxes, paid by both workers
and their employers, from the
present 2 per cent to 2W per cent.
Marion B. Folsom. secretary of
health, education and welfare.
said the extra benefits for women
and disabled workers would not
justify the $1,700,000,000 a year
tax boost for 70 million workers
and their .employers.
The Finance Committee plans to
act on the measure sometime aft aft-er
er aft-er Easter. Approval was 'consider 'consider-ed
ed 'consider-ed certain.
Sen. Walter F, George (D-Ga.
an influential member of the com committee,
mittee, committee, predicted in an interview
that the Senate would override ad administration
ministration administration protests and pss the
HIGHWORTH, England, March
24 (UP) The local Church Conn Conn-cil
cil Conn-cil has ordered wedding couples
to put up $2.80 deposit as security
against breakage before they caa
be married, in church.
The church elders said there had
been too much damage to flowers
and shrubs caused by well-wishers
at weddings. They also said. the
litter of confetti was becoming a
The council specified that if rm
damage was done at the wM wM-ding,
ding, wM-ding, the newlyweds wouLl i
JLhcumflnc3L acL,. .
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Mat Uthm oro iuUhhti in tho facet- j
rioiw r to tho hrtftrt limitd to ono pogo lomth.
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Tkn Howtoop' ottBwn no fpoau bilitv itaramtntt 01 Mi-'ow
Manm lo hrtton from roidort.
THE MAIL BOX
. MILITARY RENTS V j
To The Misinformed Observer: i '''
I. like yourself, make it a point to mind my own personal busi business,
ness, business, but to the last paragraph of your letter you made my blood.
oll',- j n, 4..m innspir won hftvp either been radically
I misinformed or In plain words you shot your mouth otf without
! gettinfnShpeayto?rent right alongside of all the rest of the military
Dersonnel and For your information the rent ranges from $38 and
Ee add uj .to as much as $120 and over. I don't believe you could
Justify yourself In believing that Locona, Rodman Naval station
, Ind coco Sollto on the Atlantic aide, have houstog that la spacious
or extravagant. But you will hear very few gripes d
1 for "am very thankful my family can be with me in the Canal
' Sir If you are so dissatisfied being connected with themlll themlll-tary
tary themlll-tary and Canal Zone government, why don't you employ employment
ment employment in Panama, or better yet, why not venture back ta the
T,. fra m withnnt nleasures and benefits of tne i-a
i Sal Zone or being an employe of the U.S. Government you would
I be even more Sr,t..r
Tn vou who stem yourself "Observer," I was reading your
..T? y0-Lw.-- tSSii; ir,-miiMi with considerable interests,
aence irom ywur ohnllt Bnvthine. Just so
chronic griper, wno anoow on K,,t what hp is
he is griping, and doesn't know or cares less about what he is
i talkiTnfm Mferrln to your statesment about the housing for mill;
tarvVeSonnefK SS'u how misguided and misinformed
I can KLU,.g. An t. a. rental allowance, mine Is $96.90, but when
lat maites n i nn wo, -ntl
f!r,t bPtore vou veil. I have been wwe wrme ---
gei rcn ;v,T.ntir. .mount.
govt quarters S? r comparing
wiv. t .vr on una nave unu n
US Hit" J",. t,arA n
io-Sr little over $300 plus
My base pay at me wp - --- day
?&frsKJ and $?2-50 extra
lor being oversea. fl. GS 3 or 4 (about as low
of mine. But way au yyu ;Tm e,sion that we in the
labor unaer ine uiojsuw "J,1"
get the Idea that
Canal Deople your
trnat every time you
,HI1...-- - . m. hao Tilt uri,ii ic lj w uj
here7 They statea Mmiary wut".B ------
i4rvipp are living off tne xai oi wie it
"MJKrvlce because I VMg
tarn griping about imu
K.iarii'a. Just don't try w use uio
to keep pigs In."
S HOW TO SAVE $200,000
Sir; ... . .,. ; ma th fiomotroUer of the Panama
y.eWpiace dispatching of
lhg of ships with the dock S"9i hladay. In as much
Sinai portS of the Canal are received 24 'tSftriveach
s there must be a large W hf he d patch of these ships
morning, as they do iJlJ only transit as
could be taken care ox """ not give the lockmaster a
the locks we ready sees best?
Ust of arriving ships, and let him trans d and furnish
A local-rate clerk could i call the oUoU as neeaea an each
them with a portable radio. The lockmaster can
pilot as to time of arrival. pnneeSMon"in the harbor and do
would cut down yiM t00k the place
away wim me uisy'""""
of hand signals.
Shirvi for riocklna are taken care pi uy
""i" r. i
I HELP IN NEED
.... .... u.;iv,r.n.lftw. Georee'Folger In Balboa.
On Feb. a in me aiuu 'nv derogatory things are said
story. .. .if hrnther-in-law. and two grand-
I was eaun wim uu .. t -hlgl t looked ud
, As I dia, aawara M. he saw a doc-
'opposite direction wpnone
tor and aent hto to heh) us had a doctor, two minutes lat
ambulance and another doctor ; arrived. v r)Je
patrKVr KllceVheir Inman five minutes
' but S rman7othertVnd f would like to thank eacn
t andpeoUc. mvisron: Ma. Roger ;W. Ocl rt2j
vn d.iv.a.- crt. .Tam Hatcher. Sgt. waiter Aives, r.
.ward FUo, Ptl. EQward"Husum, PtL Freeland R. Hoilowen. ru.
CatJiaynivislon. kalboa: Cant. W. E. Jones, U. K. L. Cotton.
Fireman P. D. Barr. Also Max Flnley and OWjypij.
20 Rhode Ave.
Merrick, N. Y.
By VICTOR RIESEL
The men in the top executive
suites vt Bin Steel are now cer
tain their giant mills will never
again be slowed by a depression
They are, therefore, preparing to
guarantee their million employes
an annual wage the lirst real
guaranteed annual wage in the
history of mass industry.
In early summer, tne steel dusi-
ness will grant the Steelworkcrs
Union Its demand for a pledge of
52 weeks work or pay. The m
dustry will probably agree to
promise to pay any worker it lays
off enough money to bring him
$65 a week if he includes his un unemployment
employment unemployment insurance.
However, neither the industry
nor the union believes there will
be serious lay-offs no matter
what happens In the auto Hems,
which is one or. steers Diggesi
This giant stride, in an industry
which onlv 20 years ago was
marked hv bloody and lethal bat
ties on the organizing front, will
be taken next June when the unit united
ed united Steelworkers contracts with
Riff Steel exoire.
Furthermore, the steel industry
is banking so heavily on not bav bavin
in bavin tn hank a sinele furnace for
loss of a single oraer mai u wm
n e ve the union a suosian-
tial" wage increase in cash and
autte a bundle in benefits such
The total package will cost the
steel ndustry about 15 to 10 cents
nr hour more Der man or
ohmif ssi2.ooo.000 more on the
wage bill for steel mill workers
and those who work on finished
steel in the fabricating piams
The union, which now is as
friendly to the industry as it once
was its bitter enemy, will not have
to strike for this terrific package
It will have, to strike only if it
insists on one demand special
pay for weekend work. To under
stand this issue the public should
know that the mile-long steel mills
clow red in the sky the clock
round with no recognition of man man-made
made man-made week-ends. The huge fur
naces can t be banked and cooled
for two days. It would take weeks
to reheat them without damage,
So the industry, of necessity, is
seven-day business. But the
union now is asking for special
Day time and a half for Satur
day and double time for Sunday
This would cost management
about 45 cents an hour more per
On this issue the industry would
take a strike. If the union insists
on this demand this year, we will
see the mills go down for a long
time. But if the union's strategy
is to iust beein hammering away
at this goal, there win De peace
in steel, which com smes reauy
want: '- ','
They've a terrific demand, to
meet. First, they expect a pickup
in the auto, industry, which is off
hout 15 nercent now.
Thiv sm themselves not quite
able, even with round-the-clock
production, to meet all demands
fnr steel fof the some $35,000,000,
ono which II S. Industry plans to
spend in the next nine montns oi,
the year on new plants and equip-
ment. , .,
They see the new road building
program taking every bit of extra
t.l thev can nroduce. The aver
age Mr. Public sees roads as long
strips of concrete. What he doesn't
generally realize is that roaa
building takes tremendous tonnage
of steel. ..
There will be a new roaa duuu duuu-ine
ine duuu-ine program approved by Congress
thi. viir. u wi l ca l tor, more
or less, the spending by Washing
ton Of $28,500,WU,UW over me nei
13 years for super highways, turn turnpikes
pikes turnpikes and throughways.
' . 11.11-- .Ml ominft
Thte rnin miiminif win btcua
A Uai a www
into action right after the road
bill becomes law for it pro-
vides $1,250,000,000 lor immediate
us durina the year siaruus
J"1? . . v.
Thaea fniirai Tunas win uo
creased in the second year to
$1,700,000,000 .and to $2,300,000,000
h hn o"ri iniuin if vnnin.
Ill U1C XVAlU n rf- lj
A Hollywood press agent would
-..it that thi will he the most
colossal, gigantic, siupenuuu
lic works program in iiiua o
.' . .... in nnr
It wm pic up y
economy which comes out of poor
business In any other hndustry
anrt it alone will mane uu,uuv i
jobs for the next 13 years.
ir.vppvbodv will need steel, steel
and more Steel. That's why the
industry is smashing precedent for
all other business and making the
Guaranteed Annual wage p.''
We Interrupt This Program
NEA Strvict, Inc
By PETER EDSOII
WASHINGTON (NEA) When
the Senate's special, bi-partisan
committee to investigate lobbying
and political campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions gets down to business, it will
find enough work to keep it busy
Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Ark)
is chairman and sen. styles
Bridges (R-NH) is vice chairman.
Both of them, incidentally, voted
for the natural gas bill amendment.
This legislation was what started
the investigation after Sen. Francis
Case (R-SD) revealed that a su
perior Oil Co. representative had
tried to give him a $2,500 campaign
contribution while the gas bill was
There were over 850 lobbyists
registered with the Senate secre secretary
tary secretary and House clerk for the fourth
quarter of 1955. There- is some
duplication in this figure, for it
includes both trade associations or
firms and their individual repre representatives
sentatives representatives who did the ictual
Total lobbying expenditures re reported
ported reported in the last three months of
last vear were over $750,000. con
gress was not in session for this
period. This may or may not ac
count for tne lact mat iewer man
half of the 850 registered lobbyists
resorted anv expenses at au
Lobbyists' reports for the first
miarter of 1956 will not be made
public until May. They should show
greatly increased expenses. And if
the McClellan-Bridges committee
provide a new list of Washington leum Institute, $750 for D. C.
wolves to chase.
If the' committee follows through
on the indicated course of in investigating
vestigating investigating the oil and gas lobbies
first, the 1955 lobbying reports give
good seents of what trails can and
cannot be found.
For instance, neither Superior Oil
Co., the Keck family members who
run it, nor their attorneys, John
M. Neff and Elmer Patman, regis registered
tered registered in Washington as lobbyists
last year. They may still file for
the first quarter of 1956, however.
About 25 oil and gas companies,
trade associations, committees and
individual representatives did reg
ister. Their reported lobbying
expenses last year were over
Not all of their activities were
for or against the natural gas act
amendment which President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower finally vetoed because of
this activity.1 "-" '-' :,
; Their reported expenditures cov cover
er cover such things as publicity, salaries
and fees, gifts, office overhead,
telephone and telegraph, travel ex expense
pense expense and entertainment.
Among the larger spenders re reporting
porting reporting last year were the follow following,
ing, following, with their expenses given ia
American : Petroleum Institute,
New York. $50,000.
District of Columbia Petroleum
Industries Committee, $2,200. John
E. Kane of Washington registered
as lobbyist and reported expendi-
hunt is in full cry then, it willtures of $1,900 for American Petro-
a alii m J
y c.tzvv pnncj
WASHINGTON Only a few! that the Reublicans with Byrd'i
.real?..tewr.d conv"-;h'P would be able to bottle the"
.., Muimc vjvu yeionauuc i social spciinfv nmBnHmn. i. u-
C r:" "
Board's chairman, Ross Rizley, in-
sisiea 10 commissioner Joe Adams
the other day that their agency,
the CAB, had capitulated to pres pressure
sure pressure from the bie airlines.
Rizley was on the witness stand1 suranccs.
uciore me iiouse anti-monopoly
subcommittee, explaining why the
CAB had increased trans-Atlantic
passengr rates 10 per cent.
"As I understand it," said Chair
man tmanuei teller of Brooklyn
aenaie finance Committee. Fol-
som went to the While House with
Pennsylvania's erim Sen. f.h Mar
tin, top Republican on the finance
committee, who also gave his as
They p r o m l s e d Ike that the
amendments would never come up
on the Senate floor, but would be
blocked with a minimum of pub publicity
licity publicity ThAV nrnmtca1 4hnt ,u r
"your statement is tantamount publicans would vote so idly to kUI
,npPe-latl0n t0 scneduled, the reforms and could count on
"Nc RizW r,rnt.M Tt .'...! S?!?.! PUS nth Pible
---i r-w-.-.., a nui
our own airlines, plus Europe,
Asia, Ainca, ana Austraua."
"Let's say capitulation to all
the airlines," suggested Celler.
Ihere was a hushed, but
Democratic vote Delaware Son
Allen Frear's. (
Some Republicans, facing re-
cicL-uuu wis year, may cave in
mere was a hushed, but a gi-1 however rather than h JrJ
?ac betWCen tnrg.a'rfof publicity.
"No, no, no,
FATHER AND SON
Congressman Usher Burdicjc of
Chairman Rizley whispered. "We Kdrth'brto (yi-r.,u
did, and have got to say so. .pubIican member of Congress has
Rizley turned to the committee geen doing some souSchm's
"StiAtor the t 06
record. I Rcnn ic ih.f hi. ..-
tin, is going to run for the Senate
from North Dakota as a Demo-
... L. v Jcrat. This would put the two Bur-
lJ& W.te e TOite side of the
.m rrhirrrf h.k Poiltieal state which
publican C a b ine t officer have gmal, popubUon-wise.
teamed up to block any morej BurdickF (hereforei h8s been try.
hberahzation of the social security,ing to decide whether he should
laws to help -widowi with gabled ;lleip his son's political carter by
children, oldsters and white-collar switching his prty affili;tionr
""-- '"-j. 'Jiwneinpr ne snnnid rumi n a Tta.
SECRET SENATE DEAL
Byrd of Virginia and Secretary
Marion Folsom of health, Educa Education
tion Education and Welfare.
Byrd even went so far as to call
a private meeting of the Rcpubli
can members of ,the Senate Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee, a strange man
euver for a Democrat. He asked
publican but retire from Congress,
or whether he should run again
on the ballot of the : Republican ;
party even though it means oppos opposing
ing opposing his on.
Burdick, now 77 years old. ,ha
frequently voted with the Demo-
Petroleum Industries Com., indi
eating their connection.
Independent Natural Gas Assn.
of America. $137,000
Committee for Pipeline Cos.,
General Gas Committee, Wash
Edward Falck. Washington, for
Bridgeport, Conn., Gas Light Co.
and a number of other local utili utilities,
ties, utilities, $9,200.
Gas Appliance Mfgrs. Assn., N.Y
$3,700. James R. Lee, Water Heat Heater
er Heater Div., Gas Appliance Mfgrs.,
United Gas Pipeline Co., Shreve Shreve-port,
port, Shreve-port, La., $3,500.
These individual lobbyists report reported:
ed: reported: Albert E. Carter, Pacific Gas
Electric Co., $4,000: Henderson
H. Carter. East Ohio Gas Co..
$1,300; Frank W. Rogers, Western
Oil & Gas Assn.. $1,100: Joseph K.
Jammer and Ray C. Hinman,
Socony- Mobil Oil, N.Y.r $1,200;
Harold L. Kennedy. Ohio Oil Co..
$1,000; Walter F. Woodful, Humble
Oil Co., $1,900. Ten others regis
tered as lobbyists, with expenses
under $100 each.
This is the lobby that gave Con Congress
gress Congress Nvhat was described as one
of the greatest pressure campaigns
But this is reported, legitimate
lobbying. What the McClellan
Bridges committee has to do is
smell out the unreported, illegiti
mate lobbying if it can,
the Republicans to meet with Sec-'crats in Congress. Furthermore, it
retary Folsom and give him their wouia oe easv for mm tn switch
pledge to noia tne line against i pny auegiance, since me in on
social security reforms.
At issue are amendments that
wouM grant federal disability in insurance
surance insurance for people over 50 years
Partisan League, one of the most
potent influences in North Dakota,
will back the Democrats this year
in protest against Eisenhower'!
nlrf lower the retirement aee for, farm program. That's whv Sen.
women from 65 to 62, provide con- uu. juanger, anotner worth Dakota
Walter Winchell InEtoYom
MAN ABOUT TOWN
SCOTTSBLUFF. Neb. 1- (UP)
Sheriff officer here advised all
farmers to shoot stray, dogs on
t riav 30 sheep were
f. Ka K ".Tr.; 'rines' and other
inimals died after being chased
by the canines.
Linda Darnell, starring in "Tea
& Sympathy" on tour, has two!
proposals. One from Broadway's
Polan Banks the other from Mi Miami
ami Miami bachelor Wm. Kemper. .
Hildegarde has a Detroit mfr. flip flipping
ping flipping his wig. . Gene Courtney,
who ended her longtime romance
with Phil Silvers, has the miser miseries.
ies. miseries. She fears he plans marrying
the brunette he dates at Blair's
. .Faye Emerson (back from
. a a a a-i !A-i- T T
Yurrop; and nusDana ORiicn Hen Henderson
derson Henderson debunked untrumors by act
inc like honeymooners in Lindy's
. .' .John Wayne's dghtr Toni be
comes Mrs. Don Lacava May zetn
. .Insiders say the lowdown for
the Caesar-Fabray divorce is "ex "exclusivity."
clusivity." "exclusivity." Mr. Caesar insists on
his Cast not appearing elsewhere
and Nanette wanted extra money,
etc. . .The first Mrs. Nat (King)
fnio ha new love. Robert mom-
at a West Coaster. .Franchot
Tone spends his moodnitc hours
at El Borracno wnn Anera rran rran-rhpttl.
rhpttl. rran-rhpttl. an almond-orb'd stunner
.Martin (Evertharp) Strausses lute Thursday. The ditties are
(Anne Marlowe of TV) were quiet-, "Down Among the Sheltering
!ly divorced ten days ago.
PEACE AND PROSPERITY
see that 800 Republican leaders are meeting In Waihtag Waihtag-a.
a. Waihtag-a. r T aw jiT..... th conttmpnt rfisnectlncr Vice Presi-
Tent Nixon" for trTe second at'on The tickew and undoubtedly
the coming "Peace and prosperity" campaign to keep the GOP
u v.ru.il t ii,a that, President. Elsenhower likes Nixon, the
-'eood of the party should come first and peace is the Important
"Dart of tne Slogan, one oi uie ucai. uw6 k j ; ;-Itration'a
Itration'a ;-Itration'a press agents. What to the value of prosperity if there
nP5at f th Amerirnn Nceroes Is Kolnii to play, an lm
!nortant part in the election and VP Nixon made a bid for it
Iv-hen h said that "speaking for an unanimous Court, a great
Republican Chief Justice had oroerea aesegregauou m u
But unfortunately that back-fired as so many of Dickies
well-intentioned remarks hate a way of doing. (
Msre-a mv idea for winning that vote and also keeping
"Peace" in the foreground. Nominate for Vice President that
ercat aoosile of Peace and fried chicken, Fathef Divine. Then
'i .v, nnp win and anvthinz hapnens to President Etsen-
thowerlI liope neither hapTJn-thinkr4hink-whatchicken
dinners Fatner uivme comu Rive u
The Washington Tch-Tchat: A
Washington lawyer's wife met The
Other Woman he plans to wed
(after the shedding) at a party
and had to be pulled out of her
hair. The language the wife
shrieked hadn't been heard in the
Capital since Truman left. The
Other Woman is a famed best best-selling
selling best-selling novelist. .The bookies
make Ike 2Va to i favorite over
any opponent. .The Justice Dept.
hears another Murder, Inc. chief
would like to make a deportation deportation-deal
deal deportation-deal instead of gaol. JJ.Y,' broker
Max Reibeisen's answer to alarm alarmists:
ists: alarmists: He will write insurance on
Ike (up to $100,000) one year after
his recovery . .There s only one
thing worse than the way the State
Dept. is running the Middle Last
And that's the way the Middle
East is running the- Dept. of State
tinued survivor benefits to widows
with disabled children over 18, and
extend social security to more
The House accepted these
amendments by an overwhelming
vote but they are now bottled in
the Senate Finance Committee,
presided over by Byrd. Folsom
has been careful not to take a pub public
lic public position against the reforms,
but he has been pulling wires pri
vately to block them. r
Folsom used to be undersecre undersecretary
tary undersecretary of the Treasury and an ex
ecutive of Eastman i.oaaK. luuay
he seems to be looking at social
e-iiritv,iig a. finance man and a
big business man rather than the
head of a humanitarian depart
ment of government, x v ;
The proposed social security
amendments would be financed by
Wreasinc the rate 1 per cent, half
to be contributed by the employ
ers and half to be witnneia irom
employees' pay checks. This would
cost big corporations several mil million
lion million dollars, would cost an em
ployee an extra $21 per year max
IKE AGREES TO BOTTLE
Because it's an election year,
the Eisenhower administration has
ducked taking a public 6tand
against the reforms. Instead. Fol
som has put off testifying before
the Finance committee four times.
Inside fact is that the. social se security
curity security administration has already
worked out nlans to administer the
now reforms, but Folsom has for-
nuiiiiic jiiiivii in A i " . . a ;
Palms," "World Is Waiting for the I bidden his subordinates to iesmy
Sunrise" and "Until We Meet on tnis. how simpie ou miau
Again" . .The Anthony Di Bona-i
venturas will join the Heir Force.
Their wedding made Page One
because his kin are from the low lower
er lower East Side and her grandpop
was FDR. Her parents are the
Jock Whitneys. .Now that Bren Bren-da
da Bren-da Frazier's long-time estranged
husband started abrogation pro
ceedings society expects R
Chatfield Taylor to announce his
plans. Brenda's been his constant
date. . Mrs. Alfredo Banfi, whose
husband (head of Cinzano ver vermouth)
mouth) vermouth) killed himself last week,
had another suicide in the clan
only 3 months ago. Her father,
Count Avogadro of Turin.
Republican, is seriously consider
ing a switch to the Democrats;
Langer's biggest support in the
past has come from the Non Nonpartisan
partisan Nonpartisan League, and the league is
now going Democratic.
However, Papa Burdick,' after
thinking things over, has finally
decided that at the age of 77 he
still has some active years ahead,
and he is going to spend them
with the Republican party, despite
his son who's a lifelong Democrat.
"I've promised to resign all right,
but not till I'm 90," says Burdick.
"I'm not there yet."
i As to the Prospect of a Republi
can Burdick serving In the House
simultaneously with a Democratic
Burdick in the Senate, Papa Bur Burdick
dick Burdick says: , ,
"If that happens, my only com
ment will be that it shows the
voters are finally beginning to
choose good men!"
Young Burdick will run against
Sen. Milton Young, Republican.
Note Papa Burdick played
right end for the University of
Minnesota in 1903-04, still wears a
gold football around his necktie.
tinn nf the reforms would be is
shown by the fact that 5,000 doc
tors are already determining u
ability for railroad workers' com
pensation without any trouoie.
.Last WeeK. roisom reuuueu jm-
vately to President Eisenhower
Talluiah's percentage deal with
the "Ziegfeld Follies" is higher
than Merman or Mary Martin get
tor a Broadway snow, she inherits
12 percent after the show gets
back its cost if ever. .If you
The hydrogen bomb mokes It
possible for all men to be creot
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LIFT UP YOUJi HEARTS
(A Lenttn feature of tha Pana
ma-American, prepared by tne
Rtv. M A.. Cookson, Episcopal
Churches' of Our Saviour-St. Mar?
THE PEACE OF COD
Da. J John 14:27-33. "The
peace of God, which passcth all
undarttanding, shall ktap y o u r
hearts and minds threugn ttinji
Jews." Phil. 4:7
' CHRISTIAN peace is not the
reflection of outward circumstanc circumstances.
es. circumstances. So far from being produced
hv favorable environment, it is in
dependent of environment. Though
it may show itself in outward eon-
duct, it is first ot an someuur-g
happens INSIDE of US.
ment. It is that inward serenity,
that quiet sense of confidence, that
unruffled spiritual poise which is
the result of continuous comrade comradeship
ship comradeship with Christ. It is the calm of
the soul which we win when we
share Christ's sense of values and
His fundamental trust that in the
long run all is wall.
IT WAS with such a "central
peace" that our Lord was able to
set His face to go to Jerusalem on
that first Palm Sunday, knowing
that the Cross on Calvary Hill was
ahead. He knew that in quietness
and confidence would be His
strength. He entrusted Himsclt
completely to His heavenly Path
er's care and never-failing love.
I WOULD like to pass on to
IT IS first of all an inner achieve-me years ago, and which I have
often recalled with gratitude. It Is
this: You art grtattr than any
thing that can happen to you.
By seeing the world through
Christ s eyes and meeting its trib
ulations in His spirit that we
achieve in and through Him. His
peace. So this Christian peace is
not negative and stagnant, not
mere freedom from struggle and
pain, but positive, born of a deep
sense of security in the midst of
conflict and of safety in the midst
of peril. For nothing can separate
us from the love of God which is
in Christ Jesus. (
"Almighty God, mercifully grant
that we, walking In the way of Hi
cross this Holy Wook, may find
it non iiihtr.ihan Jh way of it
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f. H Milton gvanseiiat
fALBOA: O&il. Balbo i Road,
Service Sundav 10.00 a-m. UtfO am
CRISTOBAL: American Legion Halt
Hervice Sunday 10:08
HO ABAJO: House No. )2 la
Sunday 4 30 a-m
tOtOU BAPTIST CHURCH
Drawer Mn b-iboa
Sunday School .......
Trairu"i Union ..
Lvenuut Worsuip ......
ijtcb Wednesday ...
Mo.iuay each month
SjLusa riiuie School
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riKST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Height. C. St
821 Ancon Boulevard
Drawn "B" Balboa Helgnta
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby, Fas tor
liunda, ocnuot M5
Morning Worship : e.m
Spuat Traming Union.... ;?0 wn
KvangeltoUc Service ,3U Jn
W M.4 Bible Study Tfcura-
daye ........... !;;"! 9m
Mnndav in month f ........ .W
riBST BAPTIST CHVIRCH
Margarita Avenue at 6th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rrrfj. M. Haulbroek. Fa.toi
gunda, School ..............
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Baptist Training Union. S.J2 S'JS
KvenSilt Worship "J
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' ',' THE PACIFIC SIOI
enir Captain Mrt. M. McD""
U FebnlSry Street. Phone: -200S.
11:00 Wlinesf Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phonei 2-Z85T
11 :00 tlolineu Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Saivatioo Meeting.
Knvoy ft Mr. C. L. Moieley
11:00 H'llmesa Meeting.
3:00 Si riday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
" '.THE ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CENTRAL '-
Senior (apt. and Mrt. C. Mooiuawmy.
14th StreeL Phone: 38-743.
11:00 iluiinesa Meeting. .....
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 tulvalion Meeting.,
COLON 1HIRL, STREET
Major Kdn& Bingham -
11:00 I'olineu Meeting.
3 :00 Sunday School.
7 30 Saivation Meeting;
RAINBOW CITY C.Z.
Knvoy J. Gill.
St KilU and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Homines Meeting.
3:00 Sinday School.
7 JO Salvation Meeting.
UTiere all PntettanM coopcrai with
anity to eaieiiUals, liberty I Id non
nenllal and rhaHty In ll thing!
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Bev. Ray Blakely, Faitor
1:45 Church School.
11:00 Worship Service.
i.45 p.m. Sr. Youth Follawshlp.
6:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
The Rev. Paul U. W. Olandtr. Pastor.
9:30 Bible School.
10:43 WorxhlD erv1et and Churcb-ttmi
S M Youth rellowshls.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
The Hi Oscar W. Olsen. Pastor
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone 2-1486 Church Office i-3238.
30 Church School Free biw aervtca
10 JO Worship Service The Expanded
C i .. ... r-
Prim.nt mnA hmlM fU,.
Church-time Nursery (or cbJJdreD
g:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
S:00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship
Dr Uallciir M A TH.rtnn Untmmm
Office Phone g-470Residencp Phone
, 9:30 a jo. Church School
10:40 a jo Moraine Worship Service
rHA Mtii'HUUIsl CHUKCcf
i Brltlrb Conference
Rev. William H Armittrona
' 18lh St. Panama City
00 a m Munnnt travel nd
g:00 p.m Sunday School
7:1S o m Evenlne Pravei and Sarmon
fRlNITt MtTHOOISI CHUKtat
7th Street and Melendej vmj.
Rev. Samuel Walden. Minlata
9:30 a.m. -Momtn Servtct eno Holy
3 p.m Sunday ScttooL
7:15 Dm Evening Service.
(Holy Communion 1st Sunday
: Monday 130 o.m Praver Meeting
.HKf.n m niiiiilM HIIH
Rainbow City CI
Kev Samuel Walden. Uinistes
9(uimi.i mi vh e a hi -mi. j ,v q m
tnniluv Jhnnt tfU 0 aav
"Tonr Invitation To tVnnhla."
Tuesday 7 o m. Pravei feeting
1 w jo aj.
'( Bid 368
i I Ancon Blvd.
1 "- j Uamey Pi"
V An cob
J to liberal
.t r . 1 religion.
ChvrcKet f rk me ay faith hi the Cjnai lout. ind fe terwimel
Utm Panama mm4 Celan. Repufctic at PaeM, eitead a welcoma
t alt time ra 4 man at ran armee) Mrvkaa. ana ra civiliaa
natfhbar, (rteai ad strangers.
Aj a pub Ik aervKe, tha The Panama Amancan littt aalaw. hf
deaamiaetiena, aarica el kaar at warship a ad atkar rtlei atfivitiaa.
Jttiags ara rarated tram Nma ra tint. Panaminattan havinf
ant ana a twa cangrefelioat ara listed uasw "Othei Charchei And
ServkM." A saacial lirtiaf is included tat tarvicaa at Army peers.
Ai F'rce betes mm4 Naval ststtaas.
Mi'jistars. chuiU secretere sad chaplains ara askad ta attarm
tha newt desk in writing by Wedsesdoy noon at tha Urett at any
change far tha earning Satura'ay church pegs-
LKKIMIAJS M.1LNCA CBilKUle3
Orsl Church at Christ. Scientist Anew
560 Aocoo Bouievara
.Sunday 11:00. Wednesday tM OA
Sunday School 9-J0 sjd
rtni churcB m Chnst, acicaOsl, Cnstob
13th Streei & Bolivai Hihw :
ftiinntev '4rrnfii :3 .aa
Sunday 11:00 a m. Wednesday 3:00 p.m
uuva phi mm Balboa
Sunday MasMat 7:00. M. 10:00 and
12:00 a.m. ...
Holy Day Masses: a-o
"caHonT: Saturday. :M to .5:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:ou to iw
Miraculous ueou riovw. iv
fatMhiKin class i miles w
Fiuh School atuuy wu
SACRED HEART Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 730 & :30 a.m.
Holy Day masses; 5 43 a.m. anj a.ou
' confession: Saturday 3:30 to i:06 nd
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before Fust
Friday Taw pm. -
Sacred neart uevouonai w
catecnism wiasa. .i m
OUR LADY OF FATtMA Cnrnndn
finnriav Miss at 8:00 a.m.
Hnlv hnv Mass st 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 pm
. .. -.....(. a.A i
caiecnism viaoai huuw
ST. JOSEPH Parals
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 3:19 l
Holy Day Mass at :00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 i
Confessions: Saturday 3 30 to 4:30 and
9 '" . ..Ml JWl
Catechism ciami sunoaj .v w
st. Vincents Pan city
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv f)v Masses: 8 JO and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
g:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confession: Saturday 8:00 to 6:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pan. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
Hniu f tha Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mass on
Convert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S CocoB
Cn.4.u Miw S'30 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 am (It H falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3J0 to 1:00 Pm. on
Confessions! 8:00 to 3:30 s.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST BE U SALLB 1
Sunday Masses: 6 ao and 8:30 a-m.
ur..k n.v. Mm: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs.
Fri. nd Sat First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
Hnlv D.v Masses: 6:00 SJn. to 6:00
v'rnfM.in! S0 to 4 JO and 7:00 to
at .rut Caiiirplav
Miraculous meosu 1
P'' . n .. .a .m m Sliinriav
uaiecnism vim. a k
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pjn.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:30 p.m.
rnf.inn.. Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
hfn rint Friday 6:30 p.m..
tliuira. r. i
Catechism Class: a:ia p.ni. ou..
cr.rf Hart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Convert viassi pj w
ST. JOSEPH'S Col6a
Sunday Massesr B:4S, g:0OandM8a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45. and 8:00 a m
r.A t-Ati nm
" r . . ,M
Confessions: oaiuroay :w w a.w
7:00 to 80 p.m. i,,...-
Miraculous Meaai novena: nwmuw
8:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart wovena: rnoay i;i p.m.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m. a
Convert Class: 7:15 pjn. on Monday
anri Thursdavs. -i
Catechism Class: sunoay io:ia a.m. w
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:uu p.m.
rir. SVMav Kxnosition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at SdO
a. 111. iMluiuaj m.v. r.-
First Saturday Devotions to our uraj
of Fatima The Holy Rosary s W) a.m.
First Communion instruction lor cnii-
rtren Monday and Thursday iw w
7:00 p m. :
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10 JO a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. 8:00 a jn. and
Confessions! Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to tM p.m. After Rosary each ava-
D Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism uass: Aner s.w mass on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mas at i:oo tm.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses; 6:00 a.m. and 6:15
Confessions: 4 :w to e:uo ana t:uo to
8 00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novena: t:od p.m.
tm Monday. -
Church History oroup every fuesasy
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aag ciuo: J3W p.m. on .Wednes
Catechism Class: 4:uo p.m. inursoay.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inauiry-Discunsion Croup every Frl
day 7 JO p.m. t ;
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Masses: 6 JO a.m., and 8:00
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 am. and 6:00
confessions : 4:00 to snu ana 7 no to
8:09 p.m. Saturday.
latecmsm class: iu:43 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal wovena: 7.00 o.m
sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 em. en
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 6 JO to 7:00 pm. on Sat
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL"
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:3(Uam. J
noiy uay masses; e:ou a.m. and 5:00
Confessions Saturday at 1M n.m. and
after all evening devotions.
Baptism oy appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 nm
bacred Heart Novena: 7.00 o.m on
bunday benool: 3:30 p m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for chil.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con-
duUd ia. SiMMiii it-im pm tm Mow
Convert Instruction by appointment.
The Rt. Bev. R Heber Goedea, LT D,
The V'rj Bev. M. Richard MacOonald
A.N1UIV L.2 .'
THIS CATHtDRAL OF ST. LUKJI
7:30 a m Holy Communion.
A .30 am Santa Conununion (4tfa Sun-
. day). :
9:15 Church School.
9:45 m. Escuela Dominical.
U .00 a u. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, (rust Sun Sunday
day Sunday ).
7:00 pm, Evening Praye and Sermon.
8 JO a m. Holy Communion.
7:00 pn Evening Prayer.
( 00 a m Holy Communion.
8:30 a m Holy Communion.
8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mi. -da) Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
. Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cooiuon. Pasto
Holy Communion ......... 7 JO am
cnurcn stnooi mr.
Morn tij Prayer
and Sermon .......
(First Sunday. Holy
Vesper Service and
9 JO a-m.
....... IIM ajn
6:30 a m
A House of Prayer for all people.
Chntrh nf St Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin. Priest
Family Prayer and Church School.
Morning Prayer and Sermon U a-m
(H.C. (tart Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Praver 8:00 am
Chapel ef the Good Shepherd
Th- Rev. Clarence Hf. Hayes
8:00 ajn. Every Friday; Morning fray
(HX. 1st Friday
St Simon's Chutvh
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Mornirf Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10:30 a.m
noiy communion and ser sermon,
mon, sermon, 2nd and 4th Sunday .. 10:30 am
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Youth Fellowship 5:00 pjn
Evening Prayer ........... 7:00 p.m
Girls' Friendly Society ...6:00 p.m.
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m
Holy Communion 9:00 a m
Woman' Auxiliary, 2nd and
(th Thursday 7 JO pjn
St Peter' Church
Th Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Church School
Children's Eucharist. 3rd Sundays 10
Holy Baptism 9:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7 -30 p.m.
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer ...... ... 7:00 n.m.
except Saturdays. Compline 7:30 pjn
1st TUESDAYS 3rd MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary ....... 7 JO pjn.
Church of St. Margaret
Cornei ot Espave Ave., Brazos Blvd.
The Riv. Milton A. Cookson. Paste
8:30 sta. Church School
9:30 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
(1st SiiT.days, Holy Communion)
4:30 n.m. Confirmation Instructions.
If MM atJCO
Chapel of The Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
Every Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Holy Com
St Alhan's Church
Thx Rev. David A. Osborne,
- Priest in Chare
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist at Sermon
12:00 nooi, Infant Baptism
3:00 n.m. Church School
(held Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7 :00 1 m. Evensong and Address.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7 JO pin. Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
8t Paul's Church
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rerte
The Rrv. Fits R. AtwelL Deacon
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion
9-00 a si Sung Eucharist St Sermon
10:45 i n Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 nper Holy Baptism
7:00 i'.m Solemn VesDcrs
8:30 a m Holy communion
:00 m Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 I m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS j
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCB BY-THE-SEA
& de P.
(Oppostta Hotel Washington)
Th Ven. Malnert J. Peterson, Recto
The Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector -:ry:':i,,
6:00 am Holy Communion.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m Church School Session.
7:30 om Solemn Evensong and Ser
6 DO am Holy Communion.
7 JO p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
3:30 om Adult Confirmation Class
6:00 p.m Praver Guild,
90 ia Children' Eucharist
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation Class.
7 JO o.m. Compline end Meditation.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
Chortn ef St. Mary, the Virgin
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest In Charge
Sung Eucharist .J. ....... 7:30 a.m
Churih School ........... 9:45 a.m
Evens-Hi- "d Sermon .... 7 JO p.m
p........ 1 1 -in .a.
r. v cii-m mi iw pnwuu ....
Holy Communion 7:00 am
St. George's Church
Th Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest in Charge
1st AND Srd SUNDAYS
Holv (emmumon ...... . 9:30 a.m
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS ;
and Serrron 9:30 a.m
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a.m
St Christopher' Church.
I SI Parana l-efrrrt
Th Rev Clarence W Hayet.
' Priest in Charge
Hol ComniiinmT rjf m
Sundny School 10:30 .m
feroilsmt 1 ir I o.m tno A u m
tveiuiij frayn Hiolt Sridy on
1 and Vo Slindav
Iwiiwir AnirHlai r mm a G 9und
40 p m
Wedncfaays, t a.i
CHURCB OP THE NAZARtNB
Ancon C 2.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelsea
Box as, Ancon, C.Z. Balboa b02
Sunday School i.'b a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a m
Youth Service ............ 6:45 p.m,
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pjn.
NPJd.S. Service 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brown. Minister
Divine Worship ........... 9:30 a.ra.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
.tu, ooaji a-. Sunda aoiuw i
-00 gun, ..
Meetings Thursday at 7:30 p m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wiri Memorial.
808 BiUa Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings In th JWB-USO, La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 8:30 a.m. Meeting; Sunday School.
9 J5 Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO a Jo.
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road,
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or C-it6bal 2897
Sunday scnool 10:110 a.m. sunoay sac sac-ement
ement sac-ement Meeting 6.30 p.m. Prieshood
Meetina 6:30 P.m. Wednesday Prinary
6:30 pm Wednesday Relief society meet
ctiutAuo rKiriazii UII
: Rev. Paul Holloway, Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting ............... 6 p.m.
Evening Worship T pm
, OLD CATHOLIC CHURCB
St Raphael The Archangel
I3tb St West No. 1 y
Holy Eucharist: Sunday ai I JO .m.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday
8 JO am
Sacrament ot unction (Healing 8ar
rim) Pint Sunday of each month at
Mown Bail bet. Christian Cfcnreh
Panama. R. P
Rt Ray. T. aanaes. D. IX Bishop
Monuna devotlo a ........ 6:00 a.m
Fellowship Worshio at ...... U:00 am
Sunday School at ............ 8:ou pm
Jivina Service at ........... 1 JO pm
54 First Street
UrbanIzacI6n El Carmen, Panaml City.
Uttormai Talks and Discussion
Thursday 8:00 pm
Colon, 8tb A Front Streete
(uos lairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes .Thursdays. 1 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service,
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 1:00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OP GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G, W. Grandison, Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... 7 JO pjn.
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor.' Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
, Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. G. W. Grandison. Pastor
Morning Worship ........... 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7 JO pm.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Mrt. Maud Hine. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning worship ............ 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Cor, "N and Mariana Arosemena St.
Rev. Wm, J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7 JO p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rle Abajo
Monte Oscure Rd. 18th St.
Rev. Wm, J. Johnson. Pastor v
Sunday Schoo 9:30 am
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7 JO p.m.
CHURCB OP THE FOURSQUARE
At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mr. Carl V. Thomp
Sunday School ............10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:15 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. snd
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte), Colon, R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
I Dev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativi (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekday service at all
Posts and Bases
Sunday School 9:00
Mornina Worshio 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 10:00
Sunday School (Bulldlni No.
126) ,. 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class , . ...... 6 :30
Sunday School (Building No
711) ., 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Evening Worship 6:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship ....... 9:15 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Eevenlng Worship 7 JO
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School ................. 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL,
Holy Communion (Episcopal),.. 7:30
Morning Worship 9:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mass 6 80
Sunday Masses 8:30 At 9 '00
Confession. Saturday ,..6:30 ti 7:30
Sunday... ......8:30 4 9:00
Daily Mas 6:45
Sunday Masse 7:45 4' 9:00
Confessions, Saturday ...7 JO 4 8:00
Sunday Mas 10 JO
Saturday Mas 8:00
Sunday Masses 7:00 4 9:00
- Drnrf- Ma-
No. 711) '. 7:00 A a -.in
Confessions, Saturday (Building
you have a hit platter (500,000
copies) you can make $26,000. .
For the Gov't. .The colyums keep
saving Richard tgan is Dorothy
Malone's fella but Peter Bugolo
won't get out of the way. .Airline
stewardess Jan Parker and Mar
vin Coolidge have the Manny Wolf
crowd wondering. .We can't figger
what's happening to the N'Yawk
Times. Imagine an ass t editor
marrying the dghtr of a pianner
Mario Lanza's kin will be well
provided for. His next 4 flickers
will net around 3 mill. ... .Glenn
McCarthy's brother BUI married
starlet Joan Barton Satdee. .Vic
Jarmel denies that he and Eileen
Barton married at Miami last
week. Says it was just a visit. Pals
say the marriage is close. .The
McCarthy Steak House bunch have
letters from Aly Khan's chums on
the Riviera. Reporting he will
middle-aisle with model Bettina in
July. .The Stan Kentons (thrush
Ann Richards) are joining the In'
fantry. .Canary Lorraine Cusson
and songwriter Henry Nemo pre
fer Barries place for handholding
. .Variety's managing-editor Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Landry weds Mrs. Paul
Bronstein (of 530 Park Avenue)
One of the leading disc jockeys
was fired; for shouting a profane
word at his girl mend (in the
studio) the other night. He thawt
the mike was dead. .Joe Louis
bride, Rose Morgan, will be seen
in the ciggie ads. .Jessica Rogers
quietly married a carnival landlord
in Tampa. . May Mann, divorcing
Buddy Baer, may date Jack Demp Demp-sey
sey Demp-sey regularly but she doesn't neg
lect the calls and cables from
Brazillionaire Theodore Badin.
The final uroduction cost for Zan
uck's "Man in tha Gray Flannel
Suit" is almost $4,300,000. .Billy
Eckstine's drummer and Jo a n
Kelly, a H'wood terpsicorker, are
honeymooning at Miami Beach.
Ella Logan's daughter Binnie and
Norman Rettig of the N.Y. Police
Honor Legion needed no Cupid at
the Steak Pit in raramus, jn.v,
Collier's exec W. Cedar, report reported
ed reported romancing this and that doll-ina-
(Nancv Nueent. Cary Latimer
and Barbara Whiting to name a
few), will marry ueveny tiuis so
cialite 'Mary Jane uucnenen in
May. .Joanne W,ood ward, starlet,
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass :00
Sunday Masses 7:45 4 11:45
rt s viu&r. ITITTHN. RftHman
j .o. nnrnu w-. ..i
riallv Mm :w
Sunday Man 9:30
ar nunnir air force BASE
Saturday .......a 8:30
r ATLANTIC SIDB
Sunday School ..
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 7 JO
Sunday School ...
Youth Fellowship. Sunday 6:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School ,,. 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mas 7:30
Sunday Mass 9:30
Confession, Sunday 8:45
Daily Mas .................... 7:00
Sunday Mas 7:45
Confession, Saturday ...6:00 4 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Solo
Daily Mas 7:00
Sunday Mas 9:00
Sunday Mass 7:30
Weekly.. Services in all Churches is
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama t Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Wallar Tel. 28:3 3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. T. de la Ossa No.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27 ""
Pueblo Nuevo -, St. between Srd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 27
Balboa Chapel 0844 Ciaviiin Rd, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only).
Spanish Churches Panama and
Crlstobola District L ...
Pastor Ruben Ruiz '"
Panama, Calle Darien No. 3
Cristobal, 16th it Bolivar Av.
Gamboa & Frijolea.
District Pastor A. A. Griule
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway rrljole.
Atlantic Side Colon and
Pastor Neblett Tel. 38:826
Colon 3rd St. & Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 18th & Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Road Tel 2 2-1839.
1839. 2-1839. Jewish
Jewlsn Welfare Board Bid 792-X La
Boca Road, Balboa, C Z. Rfbbi Nathan
Service Friday. 7J0 D.m. Saturaav.
S:3C p m
(See wKt listing of Jewish services
under Posu Base and Stations).
Congregation Kol Shearlth israeL Ave.
nlda Gib and 36th Street, Bella Vista,
rauame bivy. eervicea a:uu pan.
RFFDFMER LUTHERAN CHURCB
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gussick, Pastor
P.O. Box 666, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible class 9:00 a.m.
"Ovine Service TO'15 a.m. """
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
THREE NEW SETS of Captain's bars represent 30 years and ten months of service to three
newly promoted officers at Fort Kobbe. Recel vine; congratulations from Lt. Col. John Camp Camp-bell,
bell, Camp-bell, left, and Ma j. John Harth, Regimental S-4, right, are: Capt. Russel M. Brami, CO "F
company: Capt. Sigurd A. Lund, Jr., 33d Air section, and Capt Raphael E, Morriasey, Serv Serv-.Ice
.Ice Serv-.Ice company. (U.S. Army photo)
making her debut in "The Lovers,"
and writer Gore Vidal aren't keep-'
ing it a secret anymore. .But
teevee actress Elizabeth Tilton has
one since las tSept. She's a bride!
,. .Harry Altman, owner of Buf-j
falo'g Town Casino, pays more for (
acts than Vegas. The McGuire
Sisters will get $19,286 for 9 nights!
. .Dennis King's son. Michael
(he plays Freddie in ''My Fair
Lady"), was in the "Ankleg" sing-1
ing chorus a year ago. .Mike
(H'wood Reporter) Connolly's
skewp: That actress Nancy Olson's
panties are initial'd NO. .It was
nice to see Margaret Truman stop stopping
ping stopping at 32. For a while we thawt
she was trying for 64. .AH the i
wedding guests told reporters they
do not know what to bring to
Monte Carlo. .Your own dice!
Fred Allen 'as not just a come comedian.
dian. comedian. He w. a genuine humorist
in the gran jerican tradition of
such classic as Mark Twain
and Will Rr" . .His ability to
inspire thougntful laughter was;
combined with a sharpshooter's ac-i
curacy. .Fred wore the cap and
bells like a crown. He could punc puncture
ture puncture the pompous with a single':
sharp line. .Nevertheless, he was
not content to merely ridicule. His
wit was cushioned with wisdom
. .Consequently, he could gain
the affection of the public and re-;
tain their respect. Fred Allen could i
laugh at people because he knew
how to laugh at himself and he
could make everybody laugh with:
him. .Fred Allen's legacy is. be-
yond monetary value. How do you;
value laughter? What is the price
of joy?. .Fred, in common with
the giant humorists of the past,
gave us the laughter which pro-!
vides temporary refuge against
the terror of the world, as well
as the dreary daily existence. .':
Professionally, Fred was a titan
in his field. Personally, he was a:
modest, generous and thoughtful j
man. .Fred Allen is gone but
his words will be remembered and;
future generations will echo the;
music of his laughter. .So long,
Fred. Great stars never die. Theyi
just continue shining in Heaven.
our beautiful songstress
with the sultry voice
, EVERY NIGHT
Bella Vista Room
8:30 and 11:30 p.m.
8 luncheon settings 6 pc.
2 table spoons
1 sugar shell
1 butter knife
1 mahogany chest ;
FOR CANAL ZONE
8 LUNCHEON SETT.
' i 1 "V 1 i 1 1
. I I I J s. i
3Iatle to Measure Suits
De Luxe Confection
Across from the "El Panama" Hotel
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES, 1956
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion and the Blessing
of the Palms.
SO .m. Church School
11 ;00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Conformation.
7:00 p.m. Concert-Selections from the
Passion according to St. Matthew
MONDAY. BEFORf EASTER- f
: 6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. :-
,8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
TUESDAY BEFORE EASTER
8 OA a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
WEDNESDAY BEFORI EASTER
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:00 a.m, Holy Communion,
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
6:00 a.m. Ante-Communion.
8:30 a.m. Ante-Communion.
12-3 p.m. The Three Hour.
.: EASTER EVE
8:00 Sc 8:30 a.m. Ante-Communion.
4 00 p.m. Holy Baptism.
fi:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Misa de Comunton en Espaftol.
(All Souls' Chapel')
8:30 n.m. Holy Communion, Easter Music
by the Cathedral Choir. Sermon,
10:30 a m. Holy Communion, Easter Music
by the Cathedral Choir. Sermon.
4:30 p.m. Church School Service, presentation
of Mite Boxes.'
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
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A DIVISION OF""
R. WALLACE & SONS
mi PAN.nn AvrnicAN an fNctrExrrxx c.vm rewsrArni
VV 4r my'. Vet eran Becomes
Yhst Soldier Of- 33rd Inf.
recently taking over the posi-j f
ti.X ks the S3rd Infantry -,
nf.fs "First soldier" is M-igi.i
Elitt L. Robinson. Having serv-j
(.wn the military for7 almost one-
t irl of centurv, thirty-one years1 j
Ji July, the New Sgt. Major is.
Army." and has had many!
derent types of duty. ; f
"Tie joined the National Guard in,
V -f ID nl UftftB AC!
jSi at me age 01 jo
lismed to the 45th Division in Ok-
laikuma city, tne nrsi yyi
fp h,s distinguished career t
Robinson, wnu ; . v
(tifr Trao Life Adventures
rn:r.t and tits ruura
PEEPERS LIPS ASHORS
TROPICAL. ISLANPa IN THE PACIFIC
AKX? iNtr.AM OCEANS. HE HAS
FEVELOPEC A eTR"AN6E TASTE
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TO PKOCuftS ThEM.
w nWALD JACOBY
Writttn for NEA Strvic
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8 5 4 J
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West North Cast
Pass 1 A
Pass 4 V
Opening lead Q
M SGT. ELLIOT ROBINSON
ma A and M college, went on ac active
tive active duty in September of 1940, as
a captain, at f ort sill, u K i a.,:
uuhnro hp sprvpd till his unit mov-i
ed to Camp Barkley, Tex. At the
Hmp hp nroreeded to Fort B e 1-
voir, Va., and then to Europe in I
April 194 where ne was assigneu
to the 180th Station hospital.
Returning to the States in Au
Igust 1945, tie served on several
l posts until seperatcd trom me
I service in March 1950. Reenlisting
iin the Regular army as a mas mas-Itcr
Itcr mas-Itcr sergeant, at Fort Monmouth,
iN.J., Robinson was stationed at
! Governor's Island. N.Y. in First
Army headquarters. He then hcad hcad-ixH
ixH hcad-ixH fnr thp far Kast where he
served with the Eighth Engineer)
Combat battalion in the 1st Calva-,
rv division, during the Korean
war. He rotated to the States in
J After a short lour at Fort Bliss,
!he was assigned to civilian com
ponent duty with an kuiu unit ai
SouU. .h.uld hv, made toif S ic t
in clubs, he will take ten easy his arrival m 1 anama.
tr!r, i. thut South' On Oct. 27 1955, he. was assigned;
frWtW apartment in Ok-i
reasoned, he could get back tolahoma city.
Vtummy with anotner spade and; E and
&rb,r,..r .... xft
Urs CASll.V PIECES THE SH6UU
WITH HIS POWERFUL. CLMiS TO
AVT iX TUE ZOCOHUT MEAT,
HAVING A 6. VfdWf WL,HB UTILIZES A JJW
TP THE ttJCONUF sMt;u na rwi-"""
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r-rrt? r.ase won t 5-cw .lww.ah I M
niccixs Ajw bis rtixxri
E UEXRILt BL0SSZ3
tAArrDPoC Lin HA
t -a put uivc 7 WE'Pf
IT TONIGHT. COUNT-
To RT.4.' wjJi
POSITIVELY UVIO.' )nev'felT 1
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t St,), '-pat? ri?! v,.
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rvremr3 i r-v t .vm&s;
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i 1 I iim Mio Sudden Stop
i r; --r- s
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1 n h ju, v feutii .-4 i 1 v ir 1 u, ij i Kirfc rx
.a- I ,v r u..t.
Thr, 8A I SV boots and bur bcddm ( "gt,"
1 tTyJ 1 S1-9 if :- -: i 1 f 1 wmjkw cr-f5"'
kH.ouldeom,tolfy ( iU ( 1. Wife 'J
I CfV H 'JtflS Y'yyJ j y IWt y NtA Hrrlw, In.. T.M. B.t. f t M, 1
TuF;e PT.A-7 VEtt. 0(aY,wiU5A.'
ffil suppose She isn't g f
'sf<3 f JUST 1WS D.fc j ( ) r
STAY HOME X,, tAJS. j On 1
n fc.1 i i : i i i i i i t
CI T. T. BAKLCI
His wife, Mabel, plans to aecom
pany the children to ranama, up
on their compievion oi me suuuw
" T't,. Mian onml. Vint West (X
vcutea a neai swimuc ujr vvt-" thi, t. ne
tte nine of hearts on the firrtjterm, this June.
2Lnj t immns: West didn't tret j
'ir fuss about this play. He dropped
Ithe nine of hearts as though it
ere the most natural play n the
'! What was South to make of this?
lie thought that the heart finesse
had succeeded and that he needed
another trump finesse to clear the
suit up without loss. Hence he
got to dummy with the other high
spade to repeat the trump finesse.
tu;. timo vast discarded the
three of clubs, and South was in
trouble. He eventually had to lead
clubs from his own hand, losing
two tricks in that suit nd his
Despite population increase
of nearly 100 per cent since 1900
and a vast increase in populari popularity
ty popularity of aquatic sports, annual
drownings in this country have
declined 2,500 in the last half half-century.
century. half-century. This has been partly
due to Red Cross instruction In
swimming and lifesaving, car carried
ried carried on since 1914. Your contri contribution
bution contribution to the Red Cross helps
keep its water safety instructors
on the job!
Faltering Philip I
fhtltp't life Is filled with bruises,
PFeU-worn itepa and ntfs he usea.
Repairs would leave his home like new.
f. &, Classifieds, lust the right clue?
I H STORY Of MARTHA WAI
By WILSON SCRUGGS
ClT.HsfcCST TELL MSA
Th'3,I lACMf ITS CCMTCaEV
TO ETHCS TO ASKVOJTOTElL
CLAY, t WAS1T TO WOW 1 1 Vm EVEN HIPPOCRATES WOULD )
VWWSweCNSWTH H AGBESTHM'AWOMAMHKSA
Took It for Granted
fes LESLIE TURNER
BIGHT TO KKOW THE FACTS ABOUT
BJT VOU 00 WW HO' f i 4
FEEL ABOUT VOliiTHAT'S WHY
pV) OF FEBSOMAL ITHCS AS
IAAVH61. TODELM WcHEB
. ruoiwa Out THM" KELLON
VOU'US THOUStrrl RAPIATIOM 01&INTESKATE& IT!
OP A -WOT VE
FOR. TH! THEFT
OP ALU THOSE
.1, i .' 1 I rr a Tiiir Vim auf WF JuftT ASSUME
"" BUT WHO T DR-KELl BBEPCWB Wft ETOW VMV THBY VeRbVoLBN BECMK'
IT vv 11 Mwwi ?urrr riii eo THAT BAV' IIBUTKiR. KELL HM 1W W vt 'nw
R6EN EXPOSED TO PHOue.WHEW 5HE CMLEP THAT Will i gT uftVEVT1LL THE RADlMlON HAD.
CARRIED AM 7 ,OT,r"'llLl
THM nvknt y I it
f FALL -CUT
Let There Be Light
By VICK CAVAIL1
f ASK SOU 50METHIWJ ELSE?
. Green-Eyed Nelghhor
By AL TCRMEEB
THh THE EYE POCTOR
PUT IN MY EYFi IS AWFUL, j
1 CANTfeet ATHIM
I Arr MiftUT T ITj!:
DREAMED I WAS
vfau. a. rti rv rAN
DREAM SOME NUTTY.
SlUt-f: ALL K1V3H I.' r
Z-ifl q VA bt HH Sr. int.
WE JUST CAN'T 2
f STAND TO SEE A
X ANYBODY ELSE y
MDleE A FiA
TO HELP ME
DkOd- VJ I'
"9 JUR BOARDING HOLS
majom booixb oti oim WAI
KI 4. R. wu-Lusa
Try Something Else
W5T.' I SOT AN j flNoiL!
I'LL L005EN A FU5E 60
THE t-AIW WILU to-OWWUI.'
WE CAN STILL
flffE 60 6,1,
A BIS CHANCE, B0Y5
FOE FAT MEM
AR FAT ENOUan
TO B LI6TEO
S T fc U M
DOt'T BE Ml
LED BY MY
T'M WOT ALL
BLUBBER LIKE J
40 I'M FATTER,
V fANl REMT3ER
VOI V INTO t
1 i J
TAI L MP:
a ac.-o.rr 1
, u.t. Fit ew.
RC-T COME OM. 6ET hOUR LITTLE ACtJ WO? WELL
Vl i 0VER AWP6ETTH'BA3 0F WHAT ARE
iSV V! r. I FERTILIZER OUT 1 COULPWT VJ VpO EX-
liPM A, PUT IT IM WITH TH' groceries, J- PLAINlW (
llP U WORPUTTH,6ROCERlESIM llTALLTa
' fl sX A WITH VOU" VOU RAIP TH' -f HIM FOR?
'HlllTXV Vb, COME CHMOBOWfe H HE'S SETTW
I ifh-TV fAYlW6 AMVATTEWTIOKI -j VOUR 60AT
U L 1 1 WlJ W TOOU.' J IS WHAT-.
Lr-n fl if T7 N-,,-- OU come 1
li't Tr v. oki V
f'ffiftft. 'why mothers get gray :rSSTa-M
ui rnvT. Mncn :t. im
.iE FANAMA AM EH I CAN
AN PTT TENT TNT DAILY .NnYJrAITR
3 o rial an
Fia'r.e Tare.' !" B CLb hac Icei tr.v.tei lo t!.e
(;r 5037, A,icon
(J Jl L mdJ 3-0740 2VJ4t 9.00 t .:
irseja A. .en. rd.'i Ea,r.-r".. Va. carve
ry L'fi Wi!-on. Be!!r Boyer.' fi't'. n- hn"1 f-T the affa'r
Am Alainnev, Margaret Car-r- re FYC lrm Kahn. Kq. 4 iiq
Sh"-!ry Earra. Co. j.rd Irf fort Ko'"."f. Gip.il!
Kcireshments were served from:one, and Mrs. Xbn. and PKCi
a beautifully arranged bridal ta-i David Rude!. -23rd M.P. Co., Fort,
hie. The Bridal couple will be at Clayton, Canal Zone, and Mrs.!
home to their many friends upon I Rude!. j
their return from the States where t I
they are spending their honey-!. ,.,
moon lnn Litttn t Danct Rtvie
Mrs. Blount has spent many! El !?dv r,
years on the Isibmus and is oneLAnn .tm ,3th An,nua' !?,nc'i
ncvue Luue onuw vi ijov win
of the charter members of Alpha
Chapter. She will be well remem-!b Pre1"1 twi.v l 1 P m- l
bered for her participation ini,uncheon in the Bella .Vista Room,
Theatre Guild and Little Theatre j Hotel E1 Fanaraa-
. Canal Zen Alpha Chapter
U..I a . Annual Fl.rtion Haiti
ougiiii) ninivuiiiimim v, ,
Mr At., ii i tr.r n ( anal 7nn Alnha ( hanlpr Hp
terson announce the marriage of'la Sigma Phi held the Annual E-
ik.i. J...kt.. t'L;.... m larhnn nf Officer mpphnp Ti-
Mr. Thomas Jordan of Margarita i day evening at Xurundu Chapter
The wedding took p lace
Surprise Baby Shower Far
Mrs. ton Kamer
House. President, Mary Robertson
Officers elected for the 1956-1957
year were: G e m m i Branham Branham-President;
President; Branham-President; Edna Bower, Vice-pres-
Mrs. Lois Ramer was honored idcnt- Elaine Pa-vne.- Recording
recently with a surprise baby
shower given by Mrs. Shirley
Blair and Mrs. Betty Scnsabaugh
in Coco Solito.
Games played were scrambled
names, draw-the-baby blindfolded,
and a comical description of the
exDected bahv. Pri.e wnn uiom
j baby rattle, baby wash cloths and
i blue safety pins.
Jtetreshments of frosted Dink
trrtarv Pocrv Hnlmhurff frpa
surer, and Frieda Allen, Corre Corresponding
sponding Corresponding Secretary.
Following the elections and a
short business session, the meet meet-in?
in? meet-in? was turned over to Bettv Bov-
er, the Cultural Progral Program
Director for the evening. The sub subjects
jects subjects covered in the program were
th NArtt nf Splf-pvnrpsion. Think
ing and Debate" The fine points of
rake. uinlr lemnnarip p k m plnnhlip cnpaLinfT
crackers, peanuts and' mints were! procedures for debate and the de
nei veu, auer wnicn rne guest oi veiopmeni ot suojeci. voice, vuea vuea-honor
honor vuea-honor was presented with manylbulary, platform presence, g e s s-lovely
lovely s-lovely gifts. I lures and delivery were presented
Guests were the M e s d a m t s! in a most interesting manner. As
Clair Cahoon, Elaine Chapmanjthe. foundation for the discussion
Vergi Gerspach, Bonnie King. Du-on the "Art -of Thinking" Mrs.
rease Jones. Merleen Carsfpnc
Janet Prince. Fay Stanford, Jovce
Wright. Terry Schwartz, and Bet Betty
ty Betty Hogan,
t i t
Mr. and Mrs. Ottn C, .Tnhnann
I of Rio, Wisconsin, announce the
j engagement of their daughter, Ju Ju-Idith
Idith Ju-Idith Ann, to Mr. William Hinkson
I Wymer, son of Mr. William W.
iWymer of Warsaw, Indiana, and
the late Mrs. William W. Wymer.
Miss Johnson is a graduate of
Wayland Academy, Beaver Col College,
lege, College, and Northwestern Universi University.
ty. University. Mr. Wymer attended a Univer University
sity University of Chicago school and is a
graduate of Louisiana Stale Uni-
(veiMiy. ne is empioyea at tne isn
iavai district Headquarters.
Boyer used the excerpt from St.
Paul's epistle to the Phillipians
"Whatsoever things are true,
whatsoever things are honest,
whatsoever things are just, what whatsoever
soever whatsoever things are pure, whatsoev whatsoever
er whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever
things are of good report; if there
be anv virtue, and if there be any
praise", Think on these things."
A short social period followed
the lecture with refreshments be being
ing being served by co-hostesses Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Capps and Elaine Payne.
Members present were Frieda
Allen, Edith Balhirnie, Shirley
Barca, Isabel Bolton, Elenor Bor Bor-gis,
gis, Bor-gis, Edna Bower, Betty Boyer,
r.pmmi Ci r a n h a m. Marzaret
Capps, Peggy Holmburg, Elaine
Pavne Marv Robertson, Harriet
fr IVJpwpp Sloan Peeev
Wertz,' Mary Eileen Wilson and
j i s
. M- -.
use rfI'RFN HOOD PRESENTS A LETTER O F APPRECIATION to Mrs. Pansy Hamill, man man-thtomi
thtomi man-thtomi Shop. The letter from the Officers' Wives' Club was read
bv Mrs Hood S Mrs. Hamill at the Wednesday luncheon which featured "Make it Yourself"
eLS Hats MrrHamiir, hatjvas playfully adorned with miniature items found in the
Thrift Shop.' "! : i : :
Monthly Orchestra Dance
The March monthlv OrfhPMlralPaiilinp Zon
Dance will be held at the USO-j
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen-1
ter on Sunday, from 8:00 p.m. to! New Pledges To
11:00 p.m. Delta Pi Omega
George Miller's Combo, will Eight students from the C. Z.
play for the popular monthlv af-IJunior College became pledges to
fair. The young ladies of the USO- Delta Psi Omega, national drama
MAKE IT YOURSn.F EASTER HAT LUNCHEON J
aTAIXKOOK OtMLttis nnw two
Hats, of every conceivable fashion and fashioned of every
conceivable material, were the order of the day at the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Officers' Wives Club luncheon held yesterday in the
Club Lounge at 1230. An Easter Hat theme was featured,
and the ladies attending wore hats of their own creation,
each hat falling Into one of three categories, beauty, origin originality,
ality, originality, and humor. Guest judges for .the colorful event were
Mrs. Cleveland Soper, Mrs. Lola Munoz Boyd Velasquez and
Mr,,l?thde prettiest hat group, Shirley Pendergast took first
prize with her large "picture hat" covered with bousainvllla
Lib Clevenger and Dottle Stovall took second and third
PlCFran Thompson won first place in the most original
group of hats with her creation featuring stuffed white
gloves clutching a manhattan, complete with cherry. Emily
Sink and Kathy Kade took second and third prizes.
First prize for the most humorous hat went to Pansy
Hamill who wore a straw plcture-type hat laden with minia miniature
ture miniature Items to be found in the Base Thrift bhop P ace
near and dear to Pansy's heart. Second and third prize
went to Ann Salpas and Charlene Adains. k
Helen Witham, Social Chairman, used the many lovely
flowers familiar to the tropics in abundance in her table and
room decorations throughout the lounge. Double hyb'scus
were found floating in the punch bowls; tables were centerea
with baskets of bougainvilla and other flora and bore small
chickens, rabbits, and Easter eggs. Luncheon hostesses i for
the day were Jean Lively, Grace Claibourn, Nlta Smjnn, tis,
Treece, Shirley Pendergast, SaJly Romero, and Kitty Ash Ash-backer.
backer. Ash-backer. Fran Thompson, 2nd Vice-President, planned the
day's entertainment. ,
Lovely door prizes, secretly hidden inside large taster
Eggs, went to Marlon Kouns, Mlm Miller, Emily Sink, and
Mrs. Thomas. Guests who were introduced include the
judges, Mrs. Velasquez and Mrs. Boyd; Mrs. Willy, guest of
Mary K. Ramage; Mrs. Rex May and Mrs. Arnold Rice, guests
of Lois Anderson ; Mrs. Kouns, guest of Barbara Moss; Mrs.
Kraus, guest of Phyllis Fletcher; and Miss Higgins, Red Cross
Director at Albrook. New arrivals at Albrook were alsovin alsovin-troduced
troduced alsovin-troduced and they include Mary Woods, Violet Pierson,
Glenella Pierson, Cherrle Hale, Barbara Potts, Sarah Morris,
and Lucy Allen. , ,
A "Conversation Center" is a feature of each wives club
luncheon, and yesterday's exhibit was most unusual in beauty
and talent ceramic work done by Margaret Jones and her
mother, Mrs. Vandevere; copper tooling done by Jeanne
Vaughn; and flower arrangements by Hannah Clark. The
ceramics display was extensive and Included a pair of lovely
Chinese lamps, poodle dog lamps, ash trays, a choir scene,
religious figures, plates, jewelry and many other items of
beauty, both in form and craftsmanship.
A clever and amusing skit, done in pantomime, was
presented to show what goes on in a hat shop. Rosemarie
Trifone played the part of the sales lady and her eccentric
customers included Dottie Stovall, Millie Rice, Ruth Sutton,
Jean Peck, Liz Peal and Betty Lindstedt.
The affair was an extravaganza in loveliness, talent and
entertainment, and It was warmly received by the more than
hundred ladies present. The next luncheon meeting will
include a tour of some of the historical sites in Panama.
1 1 --J
Don't be misled I
Disregard the price I
at all limes!
It enjoy." the largest sales volume in Panama, United
States hiiJ other countries, malnlv because it does net
create difficulties with vour hair. It does not itch or
otherwke bother vour pcalp!
It n".vtt fails to elve the results desired!
DMr'ibutor in lu Republic ot Panama and
h Canai Zone j :
Proiident And Mr. Ricardo Arias
In El Vallo -
Tlie President of Panama and
Mrs. Ricardo Arias have returned
to El Valle where they w ill!
spend Holy Week,
Returns From Miami
Mr. Max Heiirtemattp
panied by her son Max Jr., has
returned irom a vaction trip to
Mrs. Frank Morrict Horo
Mrs. Frank Mnrrire wifp nt iha
Panamanian Ambassador to Costa
Kica is visiting in Panama.
Intimate Luncheon Given i
Mrs. Olga do Ariat
A small luncheon nartv was civ-'
en for the First Lady. Mrs. Olga 1
de Arias by Mr. and Mrs. Miguel
j. Moreno Jr., ana Mr. and Mrs.!
Erasmo de la Guardia at their.
home in El Valle todav. i
Dinner At Dominican Embassy
The Dominican Ambassador and!
Mrs. Castro Noboa gave a dinner!
Friday niqht for Dominican A ir
Force officials and students who
are stationed in the canal Zone.
Mrs. Lily Foqarty
Mrs. Lily Fogarty, who is leav leaving
ing leaving for a shor visit to the United
States was given a luncheon and
card party by Mrs. Elida de la
The Pacific Steam navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1S40)
"FAST rKMftHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOrTfeRU AND CHILE
S.S. "'KENTTA' April S
S.S. "CUZCO" ... April 13
"TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,"
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN AND FRANCE
M.V. "RE1NA DE LPACIFICO' (18,000 Tons) . . .May 14
"lONITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
TRINIDAD, SPAIN AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR, (20,000 Tons.) I
(Air-Condltioned) f Junc 19
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "PIZARRO" ..March 27
M.V. "SALAMANCA" .March 31
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GOVT AN" April (t
S.S. "ARENSDYK" April 13
S.S. "LOCH AVON".......... ..April 1
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" April 16
All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co., Cristobal Tel.; 1654S
FORD CO ivrNPANAMAAe- P N- 5 Tel. 3-125711
JUKU CO. in BALBOA Term, Bldg. Tel. M905
"SUPER SALESWOMEN" (L. to r.) Kathy M
combine their talents to sell Rear Admiral and
OF GAMES on April 3 at the Army-Navy Club,
the Navv Officers' Wives Club and is designed
which are primarily Panamanian charities. T
worthwhile activity wholeheartedly by contribu
as door prizes at this event.
cCarthy, Llndv Harris, and Shirley Ransom
Mrs. M. E. Miles their tickets to the EVENING
The EVENING OF GAMES is sponsored by
to obtain funds for their welfare activities,
he businessmen of Panama have joined In this
ting many beautiful items which will be u?ed 1
(Official U. S. Navy photograph)
fraternity, in a ceremony at the
local cast on Tuesday.
Miss Beth Hatched, local cast
director of Delia Psi Omega, was
in charge of the formal pledging!
ceremony assisted by Jerry Fox,
stage manager, and Miss Ann Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, business manager, Subert
Turbyfill, of the college faculty, is
official sponsor of the drama fra fraternity
ternity fraternity here.
The six young women and the
two young men who were pledged
make up the largest group which
Delta Psi Omega has had for some
theatre seasons past. The young
women are: Mildred Damerau,
Norman Ann Jenks. Tonia Khuel,
Shirley Meyer, Esther Reynolds,
and Mary Rose. Ipeared in past college itage pro-
The young men who are to be-duction.s, and all of them will be
come members of (he national seen in "The People versus Max Max-group
group Max-group are Louis llasemann andiine Lowe," at. the Diablo Heights
John F. Thomas. iTheatre on Wednesday, April 1L
All of the new pledges have ap-
Androw Wriflhts Give Dinner
Colonel and Mrs. Andrew Wright
gave a dinner at their home in
honor of Mr. Thomas Arias re
Mr. and Mrs. John Moses gave
a dinner party at their home re
cently for a group of friends.
Rtturnt To Boston
. Mrs.. Gladys de Sohier has re
turned to Boston where she makes
her home after spending a f e w
weeks on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Virginia Blount Honored
At Post-Nuptial Shower
Alpha Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi
honored Mrs. Virginia Bount, nee
Willett, at a post nuptial shower
at the home of Mrs. Ann Malonev
in Balboa Friday evening. Attend Attending
ing Attending the shower with the guest of
honor were: Mrs. Irma Highley,!
sister of the bride, Mary Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, Elenor Borgis, Polly Zon,
Peggy Holmburg, Harriet Scrger,
m a OrtiK... i
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Wliite Meet
New Orleans Service
S.S. "CIBAO" March 28
S.S, LEMPA- ; March 30
S.S. SIXAOLA" April 1
S.S. "Tl VIVKS , t April 1
s.s. "L. ii, cARi" ....... . . . ; Apni 15
S.S. "CIBAO" April U
S.S. "SIXAOLA" April 2?
S.S. "MARNA" .... April 28
S.S. "TIVIVES" Airil 29
Also Handling Refrigerated and .Chilled Cargo
New York Service .rriv"
S.S. "SAN JOSE" Aoril 2
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" April 14
S.S. "PARISMINA" . Anrij o
S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" :..!....;;.'.'. '. '.April 16
S.S, "LIMON" Anr
s.s. "HEREDiA" v, ; : 11 li
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
Special round trip fares from Cristobal toNewYork,
San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York and Return ........ 24-0.00
To San Francisco and Seattle .... $365.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 3.?4
our beautiful songstress
with the sullrv voice
Bella Vista Room
8:30 and 11:30 p.m.
Plan ta attend Guirch this Sunday
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
.. BALBOA. HEIGHTS,.. C. Z, .1
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:40 MORNING WORSHIP ?,
"THE KING'S WORD PROVEN"
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder .;
6 :30 BTU TRAINING IN CHURCH MEMBERSHIP.
7 :30 "SECURING OUR POSSESSIONS"
THREE EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES
8:30 a.m. KASTER SERVICE
9:30 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOL
10:40 a.m. EASTER SERVICE
7:30 p.m. EASTER CONCERT CHURCH CHOIR
II n Pi I II
Nescafe etarts with choice coffee
7 beans, the world's finest, and brews
pure, delicious coffee. Then, tht
magic of a new "Jet Pro:ess" ex.
plodes it into millions of tiny, rich
gems of Nescafe
Gems so extr coffee-rich, so pack,
ed with pure coffee goodness, that
new Nescafe really gives you better
Don't wait. Enjoy this first of all
instant coffees to taste so satisfy.
ng in every way. Try new Nescafe
100 Pure Instant Coffee today!
per cup it enough I
Sr 3 "A" Stet Te J-2971 Panama
M v f: UL3U iY
A Plough Product
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
7 -rf-k ' f If) t- -ri fTT T" r- M r-i. 17
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PAfKMA
CANAL ZONE rOLYCLWIC
DR. C. I. FABREGA, D.D.S.
DR. R. AVILA JR.. M.D.
Tlvoll (Mb of July) Ave- No 212
?opi Ancon School Pl.yrroundJ
Phone Panama 2-055)
TRANSPORTIS AXTER. $ A.
O.A.M Sh DMrt mover.
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding jumping cM
t 5 p.m. Mien 3-Q27'
or be ePP'ntmni.
WE will rellev four"
corns, csllousses, nUs
U Juit A"rostmen Ph. S-22H
III I.C.f Jv.lW
01 Talks Tomorrow
of nublic talks Will
v niuon hv nil eonerceations ot
Jehovah's Witnesses throughout
the isthmus beginning tomorrow.
Tl, loaf f iW Will D6 HC8V-
. I lie 111 a v. t-
Warn Peace On Earth rol-
Ws This talk will be dealing
with some of the pressing prob
i.m nf thia timp of trouble.
In the city of Panama, this talk
will be given by C. B. Anderson,
at the Kingdom Hall on Colon stree
at the Kingdom Hall on Colon St.
sinrlv of the Watchtower on
thn subiect of being "Cautious Asi
Scrpente Among Wolves.
On Monday at 7 p.nu the celeb celebration
ration celebration of the memorial of the
death of Jesus Christ will be ob observed
served observed by all congregations ot
io(,rnh'i Witnesses in the world.
This is more commonly known
. th '.''Lord's Supper" or the
"Lord's Evening Meal."
At St. Peters'
Begins At 6:45
Parishioners attending choral
Communion at St. Peter's Church
i. i. Km., tnmnrrow morning Will
receive pieces of palms in token ol
Palm Sunday. Distribution will be
made after blessing of the palms
by the Rev. jonn &pear.
nf this ceremony and a
procession of choristers, acolytes
and clergy to follow, starting time
of the service has been advanced
to 6:45 a.m. Other services for the
day and Monday through Maundy
nfircHav nf Holv Week will be
held at the usual time.
Preacher at the three-hour pas passion
sion passion service on Good Friday, start starting
ing starting noon, will be the Rev. Wdliam
W Baldwin, priest in charge of !t.
Andrew's church, Cocoli.
a Ma. via rhnrsl Communion at
- 6:45 on Easter morning, a break breakfast
fast breakfast will be given in the parish ball
by the Parish weuare wnincu. iuc
church school pupils will present
their lenfen mite boxes at axhil axhil-'
' axhil-' dren's eucharist scheduled for 10.
30. .. '.; .';''
EASTER GARDEN PARTY
As an Easter entertainment and
MHtni r9 roicmcf funds for the
church, the Woman's Auxiliary will
sponsor a garden pany ou
Monday mgni, :
TAnh will hp erected in the
,ich hall and on the church lawn
for games, fishing wen,
telling, and sale of refreshmenU
and merchandise. Other attractions
include music and plaiting of the
Call PANAMA PERSONNEL
for screened applicants for
any position. Personnel se selected
lected selected to meet your re re-auire'ment
auire'ment re-auire'ment at absolutely no
cost to you. Prompt & Con-
f;aent:alservlcercair Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4655 or write to
p. O. Box C33 Panama for
I lied N. 1J
Agendas Internal, de Publicacionej
tit. 1 tottery Fli
Central Ave. IS
FOR SALE: rRadi phonograph,
3-speed, Zenith tabl top mod model
el model $4Q. Xebbi 6244.
FOR SALE: RC-80Grrard rec record
ord record changer with Audax pickup)
and diamond needle for LP, plus
Hi-Fi cabinet. Call Gulick 18 18-362.
362. 18-362. FOR SALE: Electric itT
(practically new, never been
used) $200; refrigerator $200;
freeier $300; dryer $150; au automatic
tomatic automatic walking machine $1 50;
f I r polishing machine $60;
Waring blender $25. All theie
articlei are General Electric, 60 60-cycle.
cycle. 60-cycle. new r practically new.
Dining roam act $70; Simmoni
foam rubber mattress with spring
and frame $100; larg wall mir mirror
ror mirror $9; tea table $15; ivory
colored RCA Victor radio, 3 3-peed
peed 3-peed record changer with imall
table $125; ofa $100; four
bar stood $3 each; ivory-colored
dining room let, complete $325;
' bed, complete $50; blond
desk $80. Phone Albrook 2188.
FOR SALE: Admiral television
act and itand, excellent condi condition;
tion; condition; circular floor fan, never
used. Call Coroxal 85-3102.
FOR SALE: Piano $75; can
mill (tnpiche) $50; lowing
machine, radio, wardrobe, bedi,
chair, ere. cheap. Office hour
Balboa 1159, or Panama 3-2839
8 Killed, 6 Hurt
As Train Jumps
Rails Near Cairo
CAIRO, March 24 (UP) Eight
persons were killed and six others
were injured today when a vaca vacation
tion vacation special train carrying Egyp
tian and foreign tourists pluneed
irom tne rails at Maehatha. All
of the casualties were Egyptians.
ine cairo-to-L.uxor special mis missed
sed missed toppling into a canal near
Maghaghi, 115 miles south of Cai Cairo.
ro. Cairo. Officials blamed soggy ground
beneath the rails for the accident.
All eight dead were riding in
the second and third coaches, which
telescoped following the derail
Kith notice tor Inclusion In this
column should ubmitted In type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one ol
the box numbers listed dally tn "So.
cial and Otherswtse," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Rbkah Lodg Annual Charity Charity-Party
Party Charity-Party Tonight
ine Hebekah Lodce Nn i win
hold their annual charity acard
party Saturday night at 7:30 at the
Win Memorial 806 Balboa Road.
There will be attractive door
and table prizes, and refreshments
will be served. Tickets are $1.00
and this affair will be open to the
Curundu Woman's Club
To Hold Annual Lunchton
The Annual luncheon of the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Women's Club card group
will be held at the Tivoli Hotel on
March 28, at 12:00 noon. Members
and guests are Invited to attend.
Mrs. Frangioni is in charge of
reservations which may be made
by calling 83-2294 on or before
Canal Zona Collg Club
Ta Dal Changed
The date of the regular Tea and
Business meeting of the C a n a 1
Zone College Club has been chang
ed from April 2 to April 9. This
meeting will be held at the JWB
USO at 4 p.m. Mrs. Harry L. Bach
and her committee will be hostess
for the Tea.
IAWC T Hold
The Colon Unit of the IAWC
holding a rummage sale on April
4, 5 and 6. This sale will be m the
store No. 9125 Central, between 9th
and 10th Street, and the hours are
from 9 io 12 noon and 1:30 to
pm. Members may bring clothing
or anvthina in the way of house
hold furnishings to the club head-(
qUarterg or contact
Col 1591 0
Evans, Colon 1591 or Mrs. Gladys
Kucikas, Cristobal 28K and they
will arrange to have the articles
picked up. Ladies willing to neip
at the sale, please call Mrs. Ev Evans
ans Evans or Mrs. Kucikas.
IGS Council Meeting
Postnnned Until Aoril 8
The annual council meeting of
the International Girl Scouts of
the Canal Zone, which was sched scheduled
uled scheduled for. tomorrow, batieen post-,
poned until April 8 because of Palm
Members who plan on attending
are reminded to notify the treas-
surer. Mrs. ansa uavis, so mat
2 provisions for dinner can be made.
1U La CarrasqeJUa
He. n "B' Street
4th of July Ave. V J ft
BARGAIN: 1955 BUICK SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL 4-dr. Riviera Sedan, wiw
tuneless tirei, dynaflow, Sono Sono-maric
maric Sono-maric radio, windshield washer,
complete safety group, 8500
miles. Can b financed. $2495.
Fart Clayton 2171, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: '53 Pontiac Chief Chieftain
tain Chieftain Deluxe. Duty paid, radio,
heater, back-up lights, foam
rubber cushions, directional' sig signals,
nals, signals, excellent condition. Origin Original
al Original owner. Phon Panama 3 3-0898,
0898, 3-0898, FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker
V-8 Commander 2-door, radio.
Phon Balboa 171 early eve evenings.
nings. evenings. FOR SALE: 1954
sadan, cadet blue,
FOR SALE. Dodge 4 -door sa sadan,
dan, sadan, 1952 model, 25,500 miles,
good condition, $1000. Duty not
paid. Phon 3-0059.
FOR SALE: 1954 or 1948 Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, condition good. Call
FOR SALE: Triumph TR-2
Sports Car, 6500 miles, white,
black top. Call Curundu 83 83-3218.
3218. 83-3218. FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Tudor R & H, 18.000 milts,
$1075 Call Etalboa 4197.
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiae red
convertible,, hydramatic 8, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, fully equipped,
$1050. Fort Kobb 84-2230.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
BelAir 2-ton 4-door, standard
shift, 11,500 milei, $1400.
2356-B. Owen St., Balboa.
Dipalr Dep. Ccdeiio
Loop 3-3 Deadlock
By HERBERT MOISE
After taking a two-run lead In
the upper first and losing it In
the bottom half. Alfredo Brath-
waite's Dlpal outfit held their
opponents to a one-run lead and
then tied them In the upper
sixth as another overflow crowd
witnessed a 3-3 thriller that
ended after one hour and 15
minutes because of darkness.
The rjltchlne. duel between
Leslie Drayton of Dipal and Her Herman
man Herman Agard of Dep. cedefio start started
ed started when Agard yielded a double
to undo, a homerun to Brayton
and a sinele to Charles for two
runs and was consoled by his
teammates who combined three
infield hits, two bases on balls
and a sacrifice fly to eo ahead
three to two in the bottom of
the first. Thereafter, both, pitch pitched
ed pitched ImDressive ball.
Drayton was able to survive
four Cedefio threats in the sec
ond, third, fourth and seventh
Innings, in the meantime, Agard
ran into trouble in the second,
and sixth Innigs.
The whole contest was marKed
for drama. In the sixth when
Dipal tied the .score, Herman
Brown singled, stole second and
came home on files td the out outfield.
field. outfield. The most dramatic mo
ment of the game came in the
bottom of thA seventh as the
Cedefios threatened after two
Barrios walked, reached sec
ond as Clyde Clarke tapped a
pitch to short for a single and
got to third when Geo rge
Knowies waiKed to loaa tne oas
es. This naved the way for
Claude Talt, fifth in the lineup,
to step to the plate.
- The tension mounted as both
Claude and Drayton stepped out
on eaqh other. But when play re resumed,
sumed, resumed, Claude hit foul balls very
close to the lines that had the
Dipal rooters moaning and Ce Ce-deno
deno Ce-deno fans shouting for Joy In
The battle of nerves continued
Is t0 a point where the count went
to two and two... and ended
when Taltt popped an inside
pitch to the catcher to end the
battle of nerves.
Several brilliant fielding plays
came up during the game with
Luls Llndo (D), Albert Bray ton
(D) ana Ramon Alston (D) oo oo-Ing
Ing oo-Ing the most outstanding jobs.
Diijal 200 001 0 3 7 0
Cedefio 300 000 03 1 1
Drayton and Brown; Agard
Set At St. Luke
, The Choir of the Cathedral of
St. Luke, Ancon, under the direc direction
tion direction of Earl Keeney, will present
a concert of sacred music tomor
row at 7 o.m.
The choir will present the chor
als JromJ.SBach'si "ine m m-sion
sion m-sion Accordine to St. Matthew."
Soloist will be Marta Spoel, so-
nrano. who is well know I to mu
sic lovers of Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone.
The public is invited.
in. TrroU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
ia Control At.
114 Central Avon
BOX 2021, ANCON, C.Z.
IOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CZ.
CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, Dr.
Lon C. Brathwait. Offic 2nd
Street Amador Gurrr 2006.
Telephone 3 1 2-A. Colon.
FOR SALE: Genuine Astrakhan
fur coat, brand new. Yalu $600,
selling for $250. Phon 2-3078,
10 to 12 morning.
EASTER BABY ORCHIDS, cor cor-sagei,
sagei, cor-sagei, bouquets delivered any anywhere
where anywhere United States, Canal Zen.
Panama Phon Pan. 3-0771,
FOR SALE: I portable type typewriter
writer typewriter Royal, almost nw $80;
I court Spoken French, 24 rec records,
ords, records, $25; I tnnis racket w w-fram
fram w-fram and cover, $8, Call 3 3-1017
1017 3-1017 mornings.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahog mahogany
any mahogany 6-ft. bar with crystal liquor
cabinet, mirrors, upholstered
chairs, indirect lighting. Original
cost $1200, sacrificing for $300
cash. Phon 2-4902. 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Beautiful petted
plants, rocking chair. Phon 2 2-1024.
1024. 2-1024. FOR SALE: Hi-Fi earner cabi cabinet
net cabinet with new 12" speaker; xy
gen tank, half full, new valv.
100-cu. ft.; two 60-cycl pow power
er power transformer (radio) 120
mils. Phono Balboa 2-3069.
FOR SALE: Young and old
ducks for Easter. Ave. Ernesto
T. Lefevre, Parqu Lefevrc,
FOR SALE: Beautiful "Linder "Linder-man''
man'' "Linder-man'' baby grand piano. 50th
Street No. 53.
Now Hear This
CZ. Pacific Squadron's com
mander, William N. Taylor an-
nounces that a course in sea-.
manshlp will begin at 8:00 p.m.
March 29. proiessor c. k. bod bod-Bowen
Bowen bod-Bowen will instruct the class one
night each week in Room 104,
the chemistry laboratory of the
Balboa High School.
Enrollment is open to all U.S.
Power Squadron members and
anyone who has completed the
Piloting Course. It is Important
to be present on the 29th and
receive your assignments.
This course will include mar-
linespike seamanship, construc
tion of boats, stability and dam
age control, theory of sailing.
docking, mooring, anchoring,
towing, handling: under adverse
conditions, repairs and mainten
ance, rescue and life saving. Tne
course will run for 10 weeks and
Bob Bowen, past Commander, of
the Power Squadron will sure
make It interesting.
St. Louis Favored
To Beat Fort Vayne
In TV Game Today
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)
-The St. Louis Hawks, one-
point winners in three of their
last four National Basketball
Association playoff games, meet
Fort wayne for a second time
today in a nationally televised
game at the Washington Univer University
sity University fieldhouse in St. Louis.
The Hawks, who finished the
regular season in third place in
the Western Division, were the
favorites after beating the Min
neapolis Lakers,-116-115, and the
Pistonst86-85, on successive
With six victories over Tort
Wayne In their last eight meet meetings,
ings, meetings, coach Red Holzman's team
appears likely-. to reach the
championship bracket against
tne Eastern Division winner.
Meanwhile, in the Eastern Di Division
vision Division series between Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and Syracuse, the cham champion
pion champion Warriors opened with an
easy 109-87 victory over the Na
tionals Friday night. ;
The two clubs meet again Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at Syracuse.
Key To Business
Is In Local Men
WASHINGTON. March 24 (UP)
The U. S. Chamber of Commerce
said yesterday action by local
communities to attract new indus industries,
tries, industries, rather than federal aid, is
the key to the depressed area prob problem.
lem. problem. '
Perry M. Shoemaker, chamber
of commerce spokesman, told a
Senate Labor subcommittee that
vigorous programs for selling in
dustrial prospects already, have
Shoemaker, president of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and West Western
ern Western Railroad, said federal aid to
depressed areas would not provide
a permanent solution.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY Smooth
tiros, suitable far reconstruction.
Rcnstructra Nacienal, P r
Ave. 7. PhM 2-0406.
WANTED: Meter for Dodge
Cmmandr only, In food cndi cndi-tin.
tin. cndi-tin. Garcia, Balbea Plic Sta Station.
tion. Station. Wanted Position
EXECUTIVE Mcrotary, abl to
handl English and Spanish cor correspondence
respondence correspondence and dictation by
hrlf, Official Translati with
quit a number of years of x x-perience,
perience, x-perience, offer permanent wry wry-ices
ices wry-ices to a larg cncrn if hr
hr or abrad. Free to travel or
work extra hours. Writ Scr Scr-tary,
tary, Scr-tary, P.O. Bx S42, Panama.
l a r Yeur Favorite Dane:
Cha Cha Cha, Mamb, Mren Mren-gue,
gue, Mren-gue, Guaracha, Rumba, Samba,
Tang, Tamborit. Pasillo, PU
ka, Rock'n Rail, Sluefeet, Jit Jitterbug,
terbug, Jitterbug, Foxtrot, Welti ft all
Party dancei. Studio El Panama
Hotel Suit 111. HARNETT
Air Force Offering
Odds'tl Ends In Bid
Sealed bids in quadruplicate will
be received at 9 a.nu on April 9
by the Property Disposal Officer
at building No. 708, Corozal Gen General
eral General Depot, Corozal, for 30 items
of Air Force Property. All items
are located at building T-1067
(Eastern Section) Curundu (Base
The property includes:
Miscellaneous tools: stoves-
plumbing equipment; electrical e-
quipment; misc.tauto parts; office
supplies; dust sampling machine:
condensing unit; ana many other
items ot interest,. ,,
Sealed bids in quadruplicate will
aiso De received at io a.m. on
April 9 by the Property Disposal
Officer, Corozal, for 6 other items
of Air Force Property, located at
bunding T-1067, Curundu.
inese items include:
' Motorcycles; fork-lift trucks; and
Also on April 9 at 11 a.m. seal sealed
ed sealed bids in quadruplicate will be
received by the Property Disposal
Officer, Corozal, for 6 items of
Air Force Salvage and Scrap
property, located in hangars No.
si and 52, and building No. 222
(Theater) at France Air Force
This property includes:
Plumbing equipment; construe
tion and building material: elec
trie conduit; gas meters; electrical
equipment; transformers; and volt voltage
age voltage regulator.
SUIT OF CLOTH ES Bosomy
Italian screen siren Sophia
Lorea is being sued by a tailor
in Rome. He saya he decked So
phia, her mother and lister out
in clothes at the start of her
movie career. In return, he
says, he would get picture cred credits
its credits as her tailor. She was also
supposed to pay for the mate material.
rial. material. Sophia shrugs oil the suit
as a "publicity stunt"
May Be Hurtini
WASHINGTON March 24 (UP)
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Minn.) today introduced a bill to
provide stiff civil penalties for
corporation officials who authorize
violations of the anti-truat laws.
Humphrey's proposal would dock
such officials twice the amount
their pay for the period of viola
tion and suspend them from their
jobs lor not less than 90 days.
J. ft.' de 1 Om At. X. 41
Jut irMum At. H tt
. M Street m. n
FOR RENT i
ATTENTION O. I.t Jus fcilt
snoder furnished aaxrtmaat, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold w I f
Phoo Pan 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Yry nic apart apartment
ment apartment in new building, hot w
tr, btdroom, sitting-dining
roam, all larg rooms, vary largo
kitchen, balcony, wall ventilated.
Wll furnished or unfurnished.
Avnida Nacional and S Street,
in front Firestone Agency, Call
Mr. Mire, Phon 2-3436, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. ;
FOR RENT.- Furnished studio
apartment. Ah furnished room
with private bath and entrene.
II Carman, Av. Primer N.
77. Phn 2-0434 or 3-4207.
FOR RENTt Furnish) apart apartment,
ment, apartment, including rafri g r a t r.
Good surroundings, scrnd, til til-d,
d, til-d, $60. House 112, Via Beli.
aari P err as, near Rvft Th-
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-mnf,
mnf, apart-mnf, 2 bdrmi, living room,
lining rm, pore h, kitchen,
leautiful viw, centrally located.
Cool, quiet. Phon 3-0276, 3 3-OSII
OSII 3-OSII after I p.m.
FOR RENT: Scrnd com com-letefy
letefy com-letefy furnished one-bedroom
apartment, hot water, near trans transportation,
portation, transportation, located at El Cangr.
i. Available at once. Call 3 3-4644
4644 3-4644 between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: M.dm tw-bd-room
apartment in Sella Vista,
Slat Street No. 42. Call Zubie Zubie-ta,
ta, Zubie-ta, Phen 3-3337.
FOR RENT. Ons-reem furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Near all bus steps,
leautiful location. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: Two furnished a a-artments,
artments, a-artments, $55 and $65. Mili Military
tary Military impacted. Via Perras 99,
FOR RENT: Newly furnish
and unfurnished apartment. Al Al-liembrs
liembrs Al-liembrs Apartments, 10th Street
No. 8061. Phon 1386. C.len.
FOR RENT Modorn apartment
at II Cangr: 2 bedroom, etc.,
garaoe. For mere detail phn
3-4946 r 3-6737.
FOR RENT. Unfurnlshad n.
hdrm modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisari Porras,
FOR RENT. Unfumiihed apart apartment
ment apartment at exclusive El Cangro:
2 hsdreems, 2 Bathrooms, din-ing-livinf
room, maid' room
with hath, garag, hot water.
Phon, business hours, 2-0321;
FOR RENTs Furnished apart,
menr. Living room, dining room,
2 bedrooms, store, refrigerator,
ells Vista. 43rd Street Na. 64.
FOR RENT. Small apartment
furnished. Tivoli Av., Muller
Apartment. Preferable Ameri American
can American family. Call Panama phono
FOR RENT: Large, cool com com-fortabla
fortabla com-fortabla and cheerful two-bedroom
screened apartment in Sel Sella
la Sella Vista. Phone 1-1747 and 2 2-1455
1455 2-1455 during office hours.
Miss Hall Increases
Queen Voting Lead
- Miss Cleo Hall last nlcht 1nerra.
ed her lead in the queen contest of
the Pacific Commissary Social and
Sporting Club at the second count
of votes held at the Elks Club last
Miss Hall, who is. being backed
by the Duval Club, amassed a to total
tal total of 2,810 votes in the contest to
select a queen who will reign over
the club's sixth anniversary ball on
The result of second count are
as follows: Cleo Hall, 2610. Juani Juani-ta
ta Juani-ta Montoute 2000. Virginia San
chez, 1400. Rachel Johnson 1180,
Mabel Gustave 1080 Brenda Lewis
924 and Gloria Mc Leod 425.
The third and final count will
take place at the Elks Club next
i riday night at 8 p.m.
Invitations for the Ball on Aoril
21, are exhausted and the club is
now taking orders for reserved
Has Guest Speaker
The Unitarian Society will have
as guest speaker this Sunday, the
Rev. William Armstrong, E n g g-lish
lish g-lish superintendent of the Panama
Methodist Church for the past
Friends of the Rev. Armstrong,
ana friends of the society are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend the serv
ice, and to remain focJhejlloiy:
snip nour auerwara.
The time is 10:30 a.m. The
place is Building 362, Ancon Bou
levard, midway between Tivoii
Avenue and Frangipani Street,
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
' ferque Lefevre I Street
Via Form 111
. Via Espaaa Ave.
FOR RENT r
FOR RENT. 3-bedroom hous.
furnished. 2Vl month from A A-rll
rll A-rll 9. Phn Panama 3-0691.
FOR RENT: Chalt: 3 bed.
v rooms, in Paroua Lefevre Ti.
phone 2-0364, Gelabtrt Offic.
FOR RENT-2-bdrtM)m h.rt.
Living dining room, bathroom,
kitchen, maid's room. Las Cum Cum-ars,
ars, Cum-ars, Joyaca Street No. 2107.
FOR RENT 1
FOR RENT: Vantilat room,
furnished, gas. light included.
First Street, Parqu Lfvr 21 21-A.
A. 21-A. Phn 3-5350.
FORT GULICK'S 60TII ARMY BAND will cast aside its Instru Instruments
ments Instruments March 25th to enter the Atlantic Area entertainment
contest as a choral group. The only band in the command to
enter as a unit, the musicians will be shooting for a spot in
Caribbean Command competition next month. Leading the
songsters is Pvt. John D. Jenkins.
rm ROBERT R, ROBERTSON, director of the Inter American
ZPZSJ? fflffSSSSSSi-o? the
?",rAllA-7 TwemalV Valle was conferred, m
sltatlon as a demonstration of gr f 'franof the city
tomnia for thfl work nerformed in the preparation oi
sltatlon as a demonstrauon ui ki
temala for the work performed
The citation was signed by the Mayor ana
12 W ORDS
PHILLIPS Oceoniido Cottag,
Santo Oara. Box 435, Bolbaej.
Pheno Panosso i-1177, Crist,
Shrapnel's famished heat
beach t Santa Clove. Telephea i
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On sail
past Casino. Low rates. Phww i
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 7"
long, 5, wid. 3: depth; No. I
condition, newly painted $300.
Trailer special built to handl.
boats $50. Can ba seen at 2003 2003-C.
C. 2003-C. 1st Street, Curundu. Phono
83-6226 after 4:30 p.m. P, 0,
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(U.S. Army photo)
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Shows: 1:15, 3:10, 5:03. 7:09, 9:09 p.m.
WEEKEND RELEASE! Out of Pan Pan-cho
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Gilbert Roland, in
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John Wayne and
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S ATTEDAT, MAKCH H. l'JS
Kefauver's Upset Minnesotal Win
Sparlcs Political Soul-searching
By DREW PEARSON
furer, did likewise. He told Estes Estes Democrats. They are led by
he couldn t possibly make.the racelfeen. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker
Sara Rayburn, and Sen. Richard
Russell of Georgia. They used to
include ex-President Truman, it
iruman now says tie s for the
By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH
United : Pit Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK( UP ) The latest
in home swimming pools accomo accomodates
dates accomodates more than a dozen persons
without crowding and requires no
excavation to set up. The pool
measures 25 feet in diameter and
holds about 12,000 gallons of water
in a strong flexible liner made of
WASHINGTON There was con-, unless he had $25,000. "'And we
8iderably more than meets the eye haven't got it," said Roberts .
behind the tremendous Kefauver! "God will provide," replied Ke Ke-sweep
sweep Ke-sweep in Minnesota. . His Senate fauvcr, and went ahead,
colleagues threw every possible! , r.
roadblock into his path. Sen. Lyn- POLITICAL SOUL-SEARCHERS
don Johnson even conspired to de- .-- -.;'
by .the farm vote from Saturday! A lot of soul-searching took
to Monday, so Kefauver -would place after the Kefauver sweep m
th final vnt nn ihf. farm i Minnesota. It took place on several
hill hw hnintr in Minnpsnta to cam- .sides some Dy tne KepuDiicnns, iauver leatiersmp would take Dar-
paign on Monday, Thir was ar-i lot more by Stevenson leaders, (y control completely out of heir Bibliophiles have protection now
rangea at me secret prompting huui" j ..,.u.l.!. m. iniiuiiwi "hi against frayed or faded book bind
best vote:gettcr, and he appears jirene plastic.
iy mean it. The pool is equivalent in area to
. t, a unit 35 feet long and 14 feet wide.
. -The. Btop-Estea Democra s ve Thf manufacturer claims two
inspired partly by personal jeal- pe0pie can set it up in a few hours,
ousy, partly by the fact that Ke- ,Rji,1P rwn Nei York N V
Kefauver missed tti2 final vote oh
the farm bill. . The tall Tennes-
seean. however, fooled cm. lie
who knew i Democrats of the stop-Kefauvcr
they searched their souls about
h. had reapiion in Minnesota jfi school. Here are some at the 'r.mys
Soul-Sea rchvrs No. 1 The
flew all night from Minnesota ar-' publicans. Their vote in Minnesoia
day to be with his nuppor.
nwauver was me oniy Nnn:wm jngs. a new sprav, which can be
Democrat who stood ud and vn'rd .;i,iw
tor Uoturc, the allimportant i leaves a clear, tough coating on
means of killing filibusters against Unv binding. The maker also
the Negro on civil rights. caims periodic coating makes
I "V"1 u'.c "P-ies soui-searcn-1 dusting easier and preserves origi-
mg m wasnington at b.ou a.m. i"""."-" w v.?" ,,,c ",".' .,'- ij hhu, nowever.inal eo or ne and lettering oerfect-
, voted on the farm bd', crane vote mis t-euio De ex- is mat the Democrafc party has iy, thus eliminating the need for
flew back to Minnesota l ues-1 .uaiuu uy uie iaci wihi imviu as uu a presiacnuai carapaiKn paper .or c0th covers. (Krylon,
jrs-as iwi w cwuiesi. uii iiie ruiu; wiui no aouen in uemorratic pM. in Phiut.inhut
, ... j
the victory returns Came in
; t iidtiu, jiauiiuvwci ijuuhh, i o WMiijius aiiu WHO plumy Ol aOU0U'lnl
.Spnators who saw Kefauver on tnejur wines as mutn ramo-iv unc nepumican cotters. Kefauver hasl Need a pick-up? You can get a
Senate floor Monday were flabby as Stevenson. So a haunting foar shown that he can do this. He isiscotch, bourbon or rum-flavored
gasted. "How did you get back i'ace GOP leaders thatthe farm -the only Democrat since Truman pencil now. The pencils have lolly lolly-from
from lolly-from Minnesota?" they said . .Irovolt goes deeper han tlu-vjwhoby old-fashioned campaigning pops on the end instead of con con-Sen.
Sen. con-Sen. Hubert' Humphrey, a oodthu8nf. that tne Republicans who has offset the power of new-fang'ed ventional erasers and are being
senator, sent a special letter tojTrssea over m hordes to vote for Ike-TV campaigning. offered as promotional give-aways.
Minnesota farm-labor Democrats IKcfauver may stay crossed over, Flavors for the children include
in an effort to defect- .Kefauver.-1 W November.-, . I Another Thing: Any Democrat raspberry and lemon. (Franklin C.
He warned that his own poiit'calj Who wms in November must be Werthcim, Jamaica 32, N.Y.)
future was at stake in the Kefau- L Soul-Searchers No. 2-T!ie Acll:u-,ble to woo Republican voters i
ver-Stevenson vote, urged ll:t !"". ney. now iace- some i,.n jjnis political axiom was whvFDS! A new nlastic container lots vou
Minnesotans vote for Stevenson. primaries. -the toughest being f lor-1 won in 1932. He wooed Republican '! spray powders or liquids bv mere mere-They
They mere-They didn't.. Ketauver financed and California. In both Stev n-; voters. The converse was true in lv squeezing. About the same pres.
his Minnesota campaign on a shoe
Ftnng. He got $8,750 from
son and -Kefauver vill be .--cam-1 1952 when Kisenhnwpr riniit n..,. ...iwi
. ..v..Vi unnvu 11 ill- MUlC I1U1 111 a II T 11 .It II 1U1
j,is paigning against each other, faciv i ocratic votes over to the Renib- 'hsnrf is all that's necessarv.
Washington campaign hcadquav--lo-face. The situation in California.
tors, r another $5,000 from a few,lf! already shaping up like thst in
close friends, and collected be-1 Minnesota where Adlai s-boys -ot
tween $7-8.000 in dimes and dollars I n p&rly, lined up the chief leaders
bv passing the hat in Minnesota. lof the Democratic party, only to
xvciauver couia attord only one
telecast. Stevenson spent an esti estimated
mated estimated $100,000, shelled out money
for considerable TV time .
Eisenhower forces spent four times
as ; much money on radio-TV as
Stpvensnn pnt nnlv sn nor
r k. u,V.V gressmen
in? w IncirlA fact ic ihnl Vnf
have this backfire.
lican side. Kefauver appare'nt'y I The new container, called Bra-
nas this knack of wooing indepcr.. con 2ME, consists of a flexible
neni voters, in Minnesota he nolle'i polyethylene sleeve with metal
around 50,000 more votes than ends crimped on top and bottom
Eisenhower. and a new type of spout. Sizes
range from eight to 32 ounces.
In California, 'the stanehesti..1"? 'V f k 10 f (Bradley Container Corp., May-Estes-itcs
of 1952 began -'jumping lhe Sl0P-Estes boy to overlook, nard, Mass.)
off his bandwagon for what 'hey
considered a sure winner Adlai I
Jimmy Roosevelt lumped. )-
Chet Ilolificld, Clair
Porter, ,. alt jumped
T M. Htf. UB. PM.Off. v
,g IfW ty MA UnkM, toe.
, v ,....' w
"I don't doubt you got 'A' in chemistry and physics.
Dad but we've got atomic stuff to handle, and all
you had In those days was firecrackers!"
J.. TT A- Pi ..... ... -i
crtnseis v.rgcd him to star -v.,r "mu av-'r w aieven-ion. u y
CM. ..l.am A. Robeits, his frf js-,yith n0 m(J Qd ),u,p
stuck with Estes. Like. Minnesota,
the California party bosses were
all for. Adlai. -From
. that Inauspicious st.irt.
'however, Kefauver stock in Ca!i-i3
. ilornia has zoomed. Private polls j
NEW YORK -am- thi. a.!takcn by Stevenson in Southern!
son's most expensive recital in (rallfornia howed 'he. two cardie
New York' will be on April 16, and daie!, :runmnS neck and neck -the
Jirice of tickets is $100 per an.d thls was four davs bcrrc ,he
each. vMyra. Hess, pianist, and Minnesota victory In less popu popu-Isaac
Isaac popu-Isaac Stern, violinist, will be the! lous Northern California, Steven Steven-recitalists.The
recitalists.The Steven-recitalists.The occasion is to honor! son w?s ahead, but how he ra'es
the 90th year of David Manncs lafter Kefauver s Minnesota victory
noted music educator, and the 40th!,s "nvbody's guess. ; ;-anniversary
anniversary ;-anniversary of his founding of the! Kpfaver is in California this
Mannes College of Music wcek end- and Stevcrson leader;,
The money will go to the col-1 dP'te their power, prestige, and
lege's general fund. The sponsors! amPlfl h,nds- aren't happy,
nope to present the venerable!
Mannes. who is one of the besti
known figures in American music,!
with a chock for $90,000 $1 ,000 fori
cacn year oi nis me lo aate. He
founded the college with 40 pupils.
It now has 500.
Soul-Searchert No. 3The slcp-
iicucaisuis uavc Hiurufti .lor Km
spring season of the New York!
City Opera Company which opens!
Marcn 28 witn a performance of
"Troilus and Cressida." Joseph
Rosenstock, the general director,
had been conducting in Japan and
didn't return until March 23. This
season will be his last with the
company. He is giving up executive
.work to return to his favorite work,
Following a series of concerts in
which Wilhelm Backhaus was fea featured
tured featured piano soloist, the New York
Philharmonic-Symphony gavqjn gavqjn-other
other gavqjn-other featuring Walter Gieseking
playing Beethoven's "Emperor"
concerto. He played on March 22,
23, and 25 and then left to begin at
series of recital and orchestral
appearances across the country.
Claudo Arvau, pianist, finished
his annual U.S.-Canadian tour in
. To ronto March 1 and now is on a
three-month tour of Europe. He re returns
turns returns for the Stratford (Conn.)
Musical Festival in July, appears
at the Salzburg (Austria) Festival,'
and then tours South Africa, India,
Ceylon, Singapore, Hong Kong and I
will be playing in Europe- again"
before Christmas. ;
Eugene Istomin, one of the
younger and coming pianists,' be begins
gins begins a 30-concert tour of the Far
East in Japan on April 23. He will
play in Europe during July and!
then make a four month, 45-conccrt 1
tour of Australia. :
Lois Marshall, young Canadian
soprano who greatly impressed the'
American critics this season; plans'
her first European appearance for
London on May 26. She will sing
with the ROyal Philharmonic,' with
Sir Thomas Beecham conducting-.
Later she will sing in Stockholm
and Paris. ...
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Sunday "GF.NTl.KMEN MARRY
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Siin.-Mon "THE SEA CHASE"
2:30 4:35 6:40 3:45
"OPERATION LUKE," a first aid exercise for the Fort Clayton
Distaff Workers held this week, once again demonstrated the
alertness and high level of training of the Fort Clayton women.
Simulated casualty Sp-3 Robert L. McCoy was treated quickly
after the alert was sounded by Mrs. Charles J. Bowers. Mrs.
Bowers is the wife of MSgt. Charles J. Bowers of Hq & Hq
Btry, 903d AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton.
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PITTSBURGH (UP) Exact Exactly
ly Exactly one month after his death, the i
name of T. L. Kennelly, of Car-i
negie, Pa., was drawn as the
winner of an expensive new con- i
vertible in a raffle sponsored by
the Crafton Civic and Women's
And Sunday you may visit
There are all sorts of ways to travel-have you tried the "LA CANTUTA"
and see it at your own place, the
5 p.m. during the matinee dance you'll
it FREE from 10 a.m.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
enjoy Panamanian music, featuring Panama's foremost singerMARGARITA ESCALA
Clubs. The 'car was presented to
FREE SNACKS DAILY 4 TO 6 P.M.
. Ui44dowf--whfr-didn't.-ven- itrww
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THE PAN AMA AMTTiTCAN AN LVDtrEXDEXT DAILY NT-WSPArES
SATUKDAT, MATtCH !i. 1 '!
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unci ritclier s career
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP) Only a w eek ago
the Milwaukee' Braves discounted reports that Gene
Conley was all through as a pitcher, but today they
sadly announced that the six-foot-eight right-hander
has reinjured his throwing arm.
Conley the mainstay of thejSwarts to New Orleans by the'
Milwaukee staff and the guy: Pirates.
uhn could beat the Brooklyn .
Dodgers, reported stiffness in
his right shoulder and it was
later diagnosed as an injury to
the ligaments that hold together
the bonds of the shoulder.
The injury is the same as the
one that befell the 25-year-old
hurlcr in mid-August of last sea season.
son. season. General Manager John
oiiirm announced Conley will
have a thorough examination on' ash
Monday by Dr. Micnaei ui n-uuw
The like able 25-year-old
pilcher, who resides in Rich-,!
land, Wash., during te off offseason,
season, offseason, compiled a 5-2 record
against the Dodgers in 1954.
his rookie season, but slipped
to an overall record of 6-6
"Gene will be all right," Man Manager
ager Manager Charlie Grimm has been
saving right along this spring;.
"He has had his share of tough
luck and maybe things will bal balance
ance balance out for him this year. If
they do, watch out for us."
nrimm has been counting on
Conley, who won 11 games before
In 7 fh Annual Balboa Relays
The Albrook Flyers completely, Zone Senior record established
dominated all opposition to easily
win the seventh running of the
Balboa Relays with a record 48
points. Far off the pace was the
Leonard Travis, Albrook sprint
er, was the only double winner
of the meet, and emerged as the
outstanding individual performer
Athletic Club with 28 and a distant for the night, lie won the 100 in
third was BUS with 16 points. i the good time of 10 flat, took the
A good sized crowd was on hand! broad jump with 20 ft. lO'i in
to see 5 new Relays records set, I and ran on 3 second place relay
In spite of a rather heavy track
as a result of early afternoon
rains, times were generally good
and efforts in the field events a-
bove average. Chris Fluellen an
other of the big guns from the
Fivers small out potent squad tos
sed the Discuss for a record of
300 010 0015 9 3
Brooklyn 321 001 20x 9 13 2
Abernathy, Ramos (4) and
FitzGerald, Courtney (6); Leh Lehman,
man, Lehman, Drysdale (6) and Campan Campan-ella,
ella, Campan-ella, Thompson (7). HR-Cam-panella
(Bkn), Drysdale (Bkn).
N Y. (A) 000 000 0000 3 0
K. City (A) 200 200 50x 9 8 0
Grim, Konstanty (4), Freeman
(5), Coats (8) and Berra; Cec Cec-carelli,
carelli, Cec-carelli, Harrington (5) and As As-troth.
troth. As-troth. HR Simpson (2). WP WP-Ceccarelli.
Ceccarelli. WP-Ceccarelli. LP Grim.
one equaled and one new. Canal: teams. Not a bad night's work in 141 ft. 11 in. To account for one of
Cleve. (A) 000 100 0001 6.. 3
N. Y. (N) 012 022 12x-10 14 1
Maglie, Mossl (4). McLish (7)
anH Nnratmn Averill (7). Go-
lnjuring his shoulder last sum-jmeZi Margoneri (7), Grissom (9)
and westrum. HR Rosen (ciei,
Westrum (NY). Harris (NY 2)
Mays (NY) WP Gomez. LP-Maglle.
O00 200 0002
Black, Klippstein (4), Freeman
(7) and Bailey. Buhl, Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge (9), and Rice, Crandall
(8) HR Post (Cin). WP Black.
St. L. (N)
000 000 1102 7
002 007 00X 9 10
Porterfield, Parnell (6), Hen Henry
ry Henry (7) and White. Poholsky. Col Col-lum
lum Col-lum (7) F. Smith (9) aid H.
Smith. HR Musial (St.L.). WP
Poholsky. LP Porterfield.
mer, to anchor a pitching staff
romposed of Warren Spahn, Bob
Buhl, Chet Nichols and Lew Bur Bur-dette,
dette, Bur-dette, none of whom have been
particularly effective against the
Meanwhile, the way rookie
shortstop Luis Aparicio is fie d d-lng
lng d-lng it won't take Chicago White
Fox fans long to forget Chico
Carrasquel. The slender short shortstop
stop shortstop and rookie second baseman
Sam Esposito handled 12 chanc chances
es chances flawlessly yesterday as the
Sox downed the Philadelphia
Phillies, 4-3. Aparicio had six as assists
sists assists during the tight contest
and it marked the fifth straight
game In which he hasn't com committed
mitted committed an error.
Elsewhere Home runs by
Jim Delsine and Frank House
paced the Tigers to a 3-2 win
over the Pirates. .Rubn G G-mtt
mtt G-mtt gave up only two hits In
s'x Inntngs as the Giants de defeated
feated defeated the Indians, 10-1. . The
Kcdlcgs downed the Braves, 2 2-1,
1, 2-1, on Wally Fost's two-run
homer. .A seven-run inning,
sparked by Stan Musial' three three-run
run three-run homer, enabled the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals to defeat the Red Sox, 9 9-2...
2... 9-2... A pair of home runs by
Harrv (Suitcase) Simpson pac paced
ed paced the Athletics to a 9-0 tri triumph
umph triumph over the Yankees. And
the Dodgers downed the Sen
ators, 9-5, In a night game. lLos Angeles 501 030 011 11 14 0
Cut downs included outfielder Chica (N) 010 103 140 10 13 1
Tom TJmphlett and pitcher Bob Anderson, Cohen (8), and
Smith to San Francisco by the Mauney; Myer, piktuzls (6) Val Val-Red
Red Val-Red Sox . .Outfielder Ramon j en tinettl (9 and Hannah, Fan Fan-Mejias
Mejias Fan-Mejias and Shortstop Gair AMe ning (6). WP Cohen; LP Val Val-to
to Val-to Hollywood, and outfielder Ray'entinetti. : n: r.rr r :
MA'.' jlAwwJI.. M J. v-wjfci., fci.iim.na.wi.1 I -i nil ill I I mk it-, .i. ...i.i i,m .I.HI..I' ......-.Jr.i,,lmi...i,l. mi r .n.,,11.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
'FIT AND READY Bantamweight contender Toto Ibarra gets a rubdown from his trainer
Alfredo Perez after the youngster finished his training yesterday for his ten-round return
bout with Battlin' Byron Cumberbatch at La Macarena bullring tomorrow night. Perez de declared
clared declared his charge "fit and ready" after a four-round sparring session with 118-pound champ
Melvin Bourne. Ibarra, who was KOT'ed by Cumberbatch in their first meeting Dec. 18, is
expected to be a slight favorite over the Calidonia battler. Tomorrow's four-bout card is
sponsored by Caras Nuevas, S.A. The curtain raiser gets underway at 8 p.m.
Phlla. (N) 010 100 0013
Chicago (A) O01 010 02x 4
Roberts, Simmons (7)
Lonnet, Niarhos (8). Donovan,
Fischer (7) and Battey. HR Lo Lo-pata,
pata, Lo-pata, Hamner -2. Battey. WP
Fischer, LP Simmons.
Pitts. (N) 002 000 0002 5 2
Detroit (A) 110 000 1Ox-3 9 2
Trimble, Murry (4), Garber
(7) and Hall.' trucks, Marlowe
(6) and House, Streuli (6). HR
Long, Desling, House. WP Mar Marlowe.
lowe. Marlowe. LP Garber.
Powells, Army In Final
Atlantic Twilight League
Series Game Mom
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From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m:
Atlantic Twilight League
Won Lost Pot.
Powells .;. 1 1 .500
Army Atlantic 1 1 .500
Army Atlantic 1, Powells 0
Final Game, Monday, Mar. 26
Army Atlantic ys Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
The same two pitchers who
started the opening game of the
series last Monday night, Kluss Kluss-mari
mari Kluss-mari for Army and Gibson for
Powells, drew starting assign assignments
ments assignments for Thursday's No. 2 game
of the series. But this time the
results were different.
Instead of a somewhat loosely1
played same, both Army and
Powells staged a performance of
some brilliant baseball, provid providing
ing providing the many fans with thrills
galore as they battled for eight
scoreless Innings' before Army
Atlantic could push across the
lone run that gave them a 1-0
victory and evened up the se series
ries series at one win each
The "big" -game of, the year
has now been -scheduled for
Monday night the rubber
game between Powells and Army,
the winner of which will be 1956
champions of the Atlantic Twi Twilight
light Twilight League.
Klussman ws all but untouch untouchable
able untouchable by the big bats of the Pow Powells
ells Powells nine. Allowing only three
hits, all singles and spread out
over the third, fourth and fifth
the ball as it rolled fair with all
hands safe. Rash followed with
another perfect bunt to load the
bags. Army kept the bunt parade
going with Taylor laying one
down on the left side for the
squeeze play. Ridge, playing
third for Powells,, tried for the
play a,t home, but was late and
York came over with the win winning
ning winning run.'-
Gibson And Klussman Again
The 1956 version of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Twilight Baseball league
seems surely headed towards
some sort of a record. Never be before
fore before has there been .on record a
case where two pitchers, one for
each of the competing teams,
has toiled all three game of a
series.' But this seems surely to
be the case this year as Gibson
and Klussman rest up after
Thursday night's thriller for an
other go at the championship
Both pitchers have been fair fairly
ly fairly 'terrific; for the first two
games and the third and final
game of the a year should be
packed with more than Its
share of thrills for '56. Nowhere
among the fans of th Atlantic
Twilight League can you find
anyone who will Quote a favorite
for this came and rightly so. r
Both Powells and Army are as
evenly matched as any two
teams can be and the winners of
tho '56 crown can only be decid
ed after these two teams meet
Monday night at 7 o'clock at, Mt.
ESB Easy Winner
In Grand National
AINTREE, England, March 24
(UP) ESB, the horse with
initials for a name, won the
110th running of the Grand Na National
tional National Steeplechase today, with
Gentle Moya second and Roval
Tan third. V
ESB Is owned by Mrs. I.
Carver1 who cave his unusual
name by using the first letters
of the names of his dam and
sire. He is out of Engl!sh Sum Summer
mer Summer by Bidar.
Twenty-nine started in the
four and one-half mile course
over 30 of the world's most chal
lenging obstacles. Victory Morn
was scratched just before post
ESB proved an easy winner,
scoring by 10 lengths over
Gentle Moya with Royal Tan
another 10 lengths farther
back. The winner, ridden by
jockey Dave Dick, was 100 to 7
in the betting. Gentle Moya
was 22 to 1 and Royal Tan was
28 to 1. '
The race was of worldwide m.
terest because It served as the
basis for the Irish HosDital
aweepsiaKes louery. -
innings, the Armv pitcher hadiHoDe stadium.
! little trouble scoring the victo
ry. Only two Powells batters, The box score:
Gibson in the third frame and!
HU Jn the fifth, were, able to row ells .! AbR II Po A
reach tnira base and earn timeD(cieavlXi ss ,,,, 2 0 11
it didn't happen until after two Hall, lb .......... 3 0 0 11
i were oui. jtuussman waiKea o Rwearlnnpn 9h
batters, but never gave up more Hooper, cf
ithan one free pass in any inning. I Gibson,' p ;! !!
Noel Gibson was matching iRidtre 3b
ipir,cn lor pitch with the Army iHiehlev rf
pibciici up uniu tiiie ittLtim yui.
Until that time Army had only
I three hits off the Powells pitch pitchier
ier pitchier until a pair of Successful
I bunts in the ninth frame
I brought the total to 5. Gibson
! walked only four batters, but it
iwas the free pass issued to York
! to open the ninth Inning that
I ,For arter that walk had been
i issued Terry laid a bunt down on
the right side of the infield and
Gibson and McGaughey watched
the records, and the Athletic Club
medley relay quartet of McFar
land, Tho.npson, Raybourne, and
Williams hit the tape in 3:48.1 for
the other Relays standard and al also
so also the Canal Zone senior record.
Albrook accounted for five first
places. Dan Mescall won the highs
in 16.0, Al Guidet the lows in 20.9
to go with the victories of Fluel Fluellen
len Fluellen and. Travis. Balboa High was
the best of the lot in the relay
events, winning both the 440, and
880 events, and placing third in
the medley and mile.
The Bulldogs were the only team
to score in all four of the relays.
Their spring team of Owen Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland Dan Winklosky, Ken Wheeler
and Charlie French tied the 880
record with a fine race in 1:34.3
and won the 440 relay in 45.3.
Noel Gibson took the, high jump
as expected with a leap of S ft.
11 in. and Curtis Jefferies of Junior
College successfully defended his
pole vault title with a winning
vault of 11 ft. 6 in. Eddie O'Con O'Con-nell
nell O'Con-nell showed his. heels to the field
in the mile run with a blistering
last lap to win in 4:54.4 to and 5
points to the A.C. cause.
Cristobal High proved the dope
sters right by making a shamb shambles
les shambles of the other team in winning
the mile relay with a 3:44.7 clock
ing. Members of the winning Tig Tiger
er Tiger team were Bill Rankin, Dave
Hawthorne, Guylan Lane, and
In the events for the younger
boys, Lillybcl Kariger's Ancon 440
relay team continued their domin domination
ation domination of this event by winning in
the record time of 55.9 Scottino,
Horton, Tunon, and Vargas were
just too fast for the 10 other teams
in the event. Cristobal 7th graders
Comacho, Borsellino, Santos, and
Woodruff set a new. record in the
440 relay for their grade with 52.6,
and Comacho also broke the form former
er former 100 yd. mark for 7th graders
with an 11.7 century.
Frank Stabler of Balboa Junior
High won the 8th grade 100 and
11.4, and he anchored the winning
relay team of Mendenhall, Ruiz,
and Allen m tne 8tn 4W reiay in
the time of 50.3
The opening ceremonies found
honorary referee Charlie M a g e e
honored with a beautiful trophy
from the coaches of the Canal
Zone schoolSj and an honorary
membership in the Balb,oa High
School Lettermen's Club. The. of
ficials did an excellent job in con conducting
ducting conducting the' meet as they ran .the
record field of entries through the
18 events right on icbedule.
A ..... .
n mcKci maicn Detween an
English Eleven and a ; local All
West Indian side is in the offini?
according to information received
trom the Atlantic Cricket League
Arrangements are being made
for this match to be played at the
Mount Hope Stadium on'Satuday,
Apru wnen me oesi players trom
HMS Morecambe Bay reinforced
with several local Englishmen will
cross .bats with a selection rnm-
posed 'exclusively of West Indians.
mis game .should prove more
than interesting to the lovers of
cricket, particularly when it is an anticipated
ticipated anticipated that HBM Consul and
Pro-Consul in Colon will be active
participants. Further details will
be published at a later date.
NET STAR Leo V. Hayes starts the backswing of his power powerful
ful powerful service, that has carried him to two consecutive Panama
All Service championships. A recent winner in the Atlantic
Area elimination tournament, Hayes will-be gunning for his
, third straight win.
By Victor Gray
30 0 3 25 13
Rice, 2b .......... 4
Tucker, rf ....... 4
Musengo, 3b ..... 3
The Popular TRIO EL ARRAIIQUE
plays Fridays and Saturdays at the
i f . ... i
. in the air-conditioned Balboa Bar
" from midnight to 4:30 a m.
S -v. iiei-kettp-frrtendft Here Uwtei-
llte" B To Your Favorite Music
(Nljhtcap On Th House at 1:36 .m )
Penella, lb ....... 3
Mitchell, If ...... 1
York, ss 3
Terry, lf-cf . .... 3.
Rash, cf-lb ...... 4
Taylor, c ......... 3
Klussman, p ..... 3
31 7.5 27 12
Come Chcao Today
NEW YORK (NEA) -It takes
a lot of thumbing throutrh Nat
- Wanderers C. C; and Mills C. C.
are the two clubs scheduled to
play this Sunday at Rainbow City
in the Atlantic Cricket League.
This should prove another inter
esting encounter as each club is
determined to register its first win
of the season at the expense of the
Among the players expected to
see action are: Escaiona, Lynton,
Coombs, Brown, Franklin and
Verley for W a n d e r e r s and
Thorne, Cole, Atherly, Brown and
HinrU fnr thp Mills' to am Start.
1 ing time is to be 12:30 p.m.
4i ; ' '
1 1 crown at one time or another in
0 1 the last five years. Ray Robinson,
2 1 the middleweight champ, leads the
0j parade.- Then you have Kid Gavi Gavi-olan,
olan, Gavi-olan, Tony DeMarco, Carmen Basi Basi-1
1 Basi-1 1 lio and the incumbent, Johnny Sax Sax-31
31 Sax-31 ton, who has-been champ, ex-
cnamp ana cnamp an witnin 17
months. . ".
The closest boxing has been to
this was in, the late 1920'5 when
Jackie Fields,' Young Jack Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Tommy Freeman, Lou Broul Broul-lard
lard Broul-lard and Joe Dundee all figured in
TOUGH ON HITTERS
PITTSBURGH (NEA) Only 82
neigehcrrRingRecora"hooTrio!riom(rTunsTlowest in the" National
una a situation similar to today s league, were nit ai romes ficia
welterweight mess. last year. Frank Thomas 'of the
There are five 147-pound fighters Pirates hit eight, three more than
in action today who have worn the anybody else.
Hieh Hurdles: Mescall (AAFBV
Davis (USN), Scott (AAFB)
Broad jump: 1. Travis (AAFB)
2. Coffey (BHS), 3. Davis (TJSN).'
Distance: 20 ft. IO'j in.
Shot Put: 1. Reeves (Ft. Kob Kob-be),
be), Kob-be), 2. Fluellen (AAFB). 3. Mor Morris
ris Morris (BHS). Distance: 50 ft. 9 in.
100 yds: 1. Travis (AAFB), 2.:
Tuttle (AC), 3. Guidet (AAFB).
Discus: 1. Fluellen (AAFB), 2.
Gaurilys (AAFB), 3. Reeves (Ft.
Kobbe). Distance: 144 ft. 11 In.
(new Relays record). ..
Mile: 1. O'Connel (AC), 2.
Heinzman (AAFB), 3. Fogel (JC)
Low Hurdles: 1. Guidet ,AAFB)
2. Mescal (AAFB), 3. Davis
(USN). Time: 20.9.
High Jump: 1. Gibson (AC), 2.
Giraldez (AO, 3. Thompson
(AC) Height: 5 ft. 11 in. ;
Pole .Vault: 1. Jefferies (JC),
2. Giraldez (AC), 3. Studebaker
(Ft. Kobbe). Height: 11 ft. 6 in,
440 Relay: 1. BHS (Winklosky,
Sutherland, 1 Wheeler, French),
2. AAFB (Travis, Jones, Guidet,
Hall), 3. B. (Barker, Holt, Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Hartley). Time: 45.3.
Medley Relay: 1. AC (McFar (McFar-land,
land, (McFar-land, Thompson, Raybourne,
Williams), 2 AAFB (Travis, Gui Guidet,
det, Guidet, Clark, Glenn), 3. BHS (La (La-eassie.
eassie. (La-eassie. curdts. Barbara. Jen
kins). Time: 3:48.1 (new relays
and Canal Zone Record).
880 Relay: BHS (Wheeler,
Sutherland. Winklosky. Frencn
2. AAFB (Travis. Mescall, Jones,
Hall) 3. Marines (Moore, Peyton,
Edenfield, Fuller). Time:, 1:34.3
(eauals relays record).
Mile Relay: 1. CHS "(Rankin,
Hawthorne, Brooks, Lane) 2. A.C
(McFarland, Figueroa, Ray Raybourne,
bourne, Raybourne, Williams), 3. BHS (Sel (Sel-by,
by, (Sel-by, Trower, Toothman, Scott)
Final Score: Albrook 48. Athle
tic Club 28. BHS 16. Ft. Kobbe 7
J.C. 6, CHS 5, USN 5, Marines 1,
Boys Club 1.
Results of Junior H'eh and Ele
mentary Events, Balboa Relays,
March 23, 1956
Elem 440 Relay: 1. Ancori 1
(Scottino, Horton. Tunon, Var Vargas),
gas), Vargas), 2. Balboa 1 (French, Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Boswell, Devore), 3. An
con 2 (Mano, Handy, Vallarino,
Bettsak). Time: 55.7 (new Re
7th Gd. 440 Relay: '1. CJHS
(Comacho, Borsellino, Santos
Woodruff) 2. BJHS 1 .(Scandrelt
Holt, Vaughan, Garcia), 3. BJHS
2 (Camp. Marquard, Rathgeber,
Mano). Time: 52.6 (New Relays
8th Gd. 440 Relay: 1. BJHS 1
(Mendenhall, Allen, Ruiz, Stab Stabler)
ler) Stabler) 2. CJHS .', (Bruce, Hopkins,
Tompkins, Blevlns) 3. BJHS 2
(Hatting, Wilkinson, Riggs, Ri Rivera)
vera) Rivera) Time: 50.3.
8th Gd. 100:4. Stabler (BJHS),
2. Ruiz (BJHS), 3i Hopkins
7th Gd. 100: 1. Comacho
(CJHS), 2. Borsellino (CJHS). 3.
Scandrett (BJHS) Time: 11.7
(new Belays Record).
(Eighth of a series of closeups
and evaluations of Major League
Clubs for the 1956 season).
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (N.L.)
Fans at Sportsman's Park are
posing a, serious question: What
can be the matter ; with our belov beloved
ed beloved Cardinals?-' ';
The once famous Gas House
gang has now been transformed
into a squad of humble chatteln.
who apparently regard the club's
goings-on with no small amount of
In an effort to rekindle the
Smouldering embers of the fire
of the once great Rickey-owned
aggregation, manager Freddie
Hutchinson was named to suc succeed
ceed succeed former ramrod Eddie
Stanky and crafty Frank Lane
was given the job as business
To date, the accomnlishment nf
the former czar of baseball bar
tering so far have been the acqui acquisition
sition acquisition of veteran reliefer Ellis
Kinder from the Boston Red Sox
01 the American League, and deal
ing off Brooks Lawrence to the
Cincmatti Redlegs in exchange for
another southnaw flinzer in the
diminutive Jackie Collum. (Col
lum played here in Panama in the
Caribbean Series of 1952 with the
Havana club, which won the Se
ries). He also added oldtimer Wal
ker Cooper to the roster.
When we say another southnaw.!
Collum's addition to the club
makes it the fifth left hander on
Hutchinson's staff. Harvey Had Had-dic,
dic, Had-dic, Tito Arroyo, Wilmer "Vine
gar Bend" Mizell and Paul LaPal LaPal-me
me LaPal-me are the other four, and with
the exception of Mizell who re
turns after completing a tour of
duty with the armed forces, were
easy pickings for rival National
The real weakness of tVe
Cards' mound contingent seems
to be among the righthanders,
where Gordon Jones, Floyd
Woolridge, Tom Poholsky, Bar-.
ney Schultx and Co. fall short of
the necessary stuff to make
them winning pitchers." ' "'"
Working out daily at first fcase
are three candidates: Wally Moon,
1954 rookie of the yeart Tom Al Alston,
ston, Alston, 6-foot, 5-inch Negro up for his
third and final trial, and George
Cunningham from Rochester. Ei Either
ther Either of these failing to make the
grade would necessitate the bring bringing
ing bringing in of Stan "the Man" Musial
from left field to take over. Veter Veteran
an Veteran Red Schoendiest; although a
step or two slower is still availa available
ble available for second base duties and the
left side of the infield has been
entrusted to Ken Boyer at third
and Alex Grammas at short.
In the outfield will be the old re reliable
liable reliable Stan Musial, (that is, if he
is not forced to take over first
base). Rip Repulski and Bill Vir Vir-don,
don, Vir-don, last year's most outstanding
freshman. Pete Whisenant, listed
as the fourth outfielder, will be
llspr) fhioflv in utiliv rnla
Young Hal Smith, up from Hous Houston
ton Houston of the Double "A". Texas.
League, could represent the long long-looked
looked long-looked for improvement in the
catching department. 3ill Sana
and Dick Rand are the other two
au in an me cards rate as fol follows
lows follows in our book: CATCHING:
Mediocre. INFIELD: Uncertain.
OUTFIELD: Fair. PITCHING:
Could use two good starting
righthanders. FINISH: Seventh.
City Bowling Tourney
Scratch Handicap -Total
Margy's (Margarita) ; 2587 422 3004
Sioux (Diablo 2399 594 2993
H. I. Homa (Diablo) 2698 266 2964
Sulkers .(Balboa) 2489 458 2947
Mohicans (Diablo) 2505 420 2925
Doubles Scratch Handicap Total
Hogan&Hoppe (Margarita) 1135 150 .1285
Bus & Reynolds (Albrooks) i 1023 238 1261
Schimer & Burgls (Albrook) 1121 134 1255
McElroy & Ellenberger (Balboa) 1.100 130 1230
Klumpp & Helton (Balboa) 1020 198 1218
Almeda & McGarvey (Diablo) ........ 1129 84 (. 1213
Pahl & Amato (Air-Force-776th Band) 1031 ,178 1212
Singles Scratch Handicap Total
Kutsch (Diablo) 643 50 693
Larrabee (Diablo) 594 60 654
Cox (Diablo) 514 130 644
Keeflin 533 106 639
Zeletes (Diablo) 581 58 -639
McElRoy (Balboa) .......i 561 74 635
Motyklewitz (Diablo) ... 556 74 63(1
Granada- (Diablo) 553 ; 74 627
Helton (Balboa) ....................... 520 108 628
Banks (Balboa) 529 94 623
McKewon (Margarita) 511 '110--- 621
Reynolds (Albrook) 512 106 618
Kutsch High Single Game 280 k High 3 games series 643
Hogan (Margarita) ., i . . . . 1730
Kutsch (Diablo) 1728
IWcElRov Balboa r-riTrrTrrrrT1. :'. . 1 647
Pahl (776th A.F.JB.) in
Granata (Balboa) ........ 1625
Zeletes (Diablo) 1671
Bus (Albrook) 1445
rzz t.isxtiA. A:-nr.icAN an jndixexeem DAILY NTYC?XTi:H v
PATtT.DAT, MAr.CH !1, 1!' 3
On The Alleys, ..
The Elks moved up into first
place this week when they out out-rolled
rolled out-rolled Powells' for two games
and total pins. Elk bowler Bar Bar-tram
tram Bar-tram had a 572 series to take
hisrh Class A series while Pow
ells C. Wright had a 477 series
to take High Class C series.
Last week's leaders, the Police
lo6t three Dolnts to Butler and
Son to ovme them down into a
tie lor second place. Butler and
Son retained their own position
in sixth place.
The Navy moved up to wjthin
one point of the leaders, being;
tied with the Police In second
place, when they outrolled the
Post Office five for two games
and total pins. Brown's high
Class B series of 534 wasn't much
help for the Post Office.
Wright Bros, and the Aces
split their four points to hold
their own in the standings.
Next week, with the Navy roll roll-Ins:
Ins: roll-Ins: the Aces, and the Police and
Elks battling, the sailors could
easily end up In first place.
HIS MASTER'S CHOICE
Flashy Shortstop Must Hit
rSEtErwi To Keej) While Sox In Race
P iT II
BY HARRY GRAYSON i when he first came around. All
THE WINNERS All smiles and happy Indeed are the winners of the Fifteenth Naval District
Mixed Bowline; League. The trophies were awarded to the top performers Wednesday night
durinz a br lef ceremony at the NCO Club, Fort Amador. Ladies (L. to R. Jan Copeland (high
::ra overaee) Elva Riner (high series). Eleanor Fisher (high average), Alice Kroug (high
Lh.. hnnriiLnN. Helen Shuff (high game handicap). Men (L. to R.) Carl copeland (high game
George lianman tmgn average, tump mku.iv.ii i.ugu o. v...v i5u
. game, uean enu uiibh sencs imumcap;.
Naval Station ........ 27
Wright Bros. ......... 25
Butler and Son 22
Aces .. ................. 21
Post Office IB
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings March 21)
Coco Solo Braves
police Pals .......
Mutual of Omaha
Coco Solito Cubs
Coca Cola Bottlers
Taber, rf ..
28 7 6
The Coco Solito Cubs
Kenway. s 2
Carpenter, 2b 4
Smith, p-cf-lf 4
handed Bialkowskl, c 2
the Pirates their fourth straight Cooper rf t
HPfpat. on Monaay an.eiuuui.-vu.., Vl -v
when they put across the win- Oir ir ......
ning run in the bottom of the Kleefkens cf
sixth inning to take the game gBraytonb
t0LwJ. Chrlstoph and George Coffin, lb ...
Drew were me ,5W"u v f
The Hawks defeated the Globe
trotters in a seesaw battle which
was load! dramatic plays, 77 to
High scorers were N. Hinds and
R. Hinds, with 29 points each. C.
Garnet had 23 and R. Samuels 20
In the Midget League, the
"Braves" eked out a 45 to 44 vie
tory over the Blackhawks. High
scorers were G. Moreno with 25
points, S. Pate 21 and C
LACK OF HUSTLE...
ay- ni iu
738 812 841 2391
distance. Leslie Ellzey of the
Cubs took over in the sixth with
1.... .anri'nn. out. neia
the Pirates to one run and took
credit for the win. Eddie Grf en
relieved L. J. Chrlstoph in the
third and although he held the
Cubs to a lone run after ( tne
third Inning, he was chargea
With the loss.
Catcher Camacho of the Cubs
has a pair of doubles making a
total of live doubles he has had
In the last two games. John Da Davenport
venport Davenport and Green and Chris Chris-toph
toph Chris-toph of the Pirates each had two
hits In the field Kenny Alley
took Chrlstoph's line drive in
centerfield and then threw, to
Villamarzo on first to double up
Alberga on a nne piay
24 8 7,
The defending champ, Earl
Best, rose to the occasion to defeat
ft. Pate in a match that had the
fans yelling at the end. The score
211, 2M9, 21-19. E. Blades whip whipped
ped whipped C. Harewood in a tense game
21-19, 16-21, 25-24.
OLD BONES LEAGUE
816 878 805 2499
Rudy : .
TEACH EG TO
SMOOTH HtM OUT
IN MARTY MARiON
TAMPA, Fla., (NEA) Luis A A-paricio
paricio A-paricio is carrying a heavier load
than any other ballplayer in training.
If the White Sox are to take ad
vantage of the added zing given
them by Larry Doby,iS bat and re
main contenders, young Aparicio
must hit enough to succeed his i-
dol, Chico Carrasquel, at short
stop. Here is a highly unusual sto storya
rya storya Venezuelan replacing a Ve
nezuelan at the most imoortant
position for a major league club.
Aparicio pronounced A p a n
Carrasquel could say was "steak,"
"Chec-cah-go" and "money." They
can all say "money." Aparicio's
English is broken, but he makes
himself perfectly clear.
APARICIO'S BRIEF CAR 1 1 R
has been closely interwound with
that of Carrasquel, traded to the
The South Sidcrs even landed the
boy through his predecessor, for
when Frank Lane learned that the
prodigy had promised to sign with
Cleveland he- told Pablo Morales.
president of the Caracas
rfh.in-ram fact w.'. mobin tesiuem m ine Caracas ciuo 01
.vi iv luiiiv i mix. o iiiunuii, tni
mv. Kifa eiau uLiuiv nc a .. nu -mi
Venezuelan League, "Either
lie Miranda in personal appear appear-ancc
ancc appear-ancc and in the field, is a son of a
shortstop and has played since he
was 12. so is slightly better than a
rd season of organized ball. w ?" ,QT ,QT-Aparicio.
Aparicio. ,QT-Aparicio. remindful of
throughout the winter of 1954-55.
$6,000 for the contract.
Aparicio played second base a a-longside
longside a-longside of Carrasquel for Caracas
throughout the eintcr of 1934-35.
Last winter he played shortstop for
Gavilanes of the Occidental League
in his native Maracaibo, in the oil
country 500 miles south of Caracas.
Aparicio credits Carrasquel and
Marion with showing him the most
about playing shortstop.
The best ballplayer he has seen
in this country?
"That's easy," says Luis Apari Aparicio,
cio, Aparicio, "Nellie Fox."
Marty Marion is not at all con concerned
cerned concerned about Aparicio's fielding
and is inclined to believe that the
little fellow (5-8, 155), a righthand
batter, hits better than some peo people
ple people suspect. He batted .282 for Wa Waterloo
terloo Waterloo of the Three-Eye, and when
Manager Marion recommended
that he be promoted from B to AA,
he swatted .273 for Memphis, re revealing
vealing revealing fairly good power,
APARICIO IS A superlative bun
ter. Exceptionally fast and a skill
ful baserunncr, he swiped 48 bases
in the Southern Association, 2 3
more than his nearest rival, so the
Chicago Americans' over-all speed
hardly suiters because of his pre presence.
sence. presence. "He has tremendous range and
the arm to go with it," says Slats
Marion, working overtime on the
youngster at Al Lopez Field. "His
one flaw is that he overplays balls,
runs over easy plays, but that's
better than not getting to the ball.
He can learn to make the play
smoother. You can't teach an in in-fielder.
fielder. in-fielder. to get to the ball."
Carrasciuel didn't have enough
hustle to suit the While Sox brass, i
Aparicio, going after the ball, has
to be curbed.
Aparicio, a highly intelligent lad,;
went to high school for two years,!
engaged an English tutor when
signed by the Pale Hose. The re result
sult result is that Aparicio speaks much
better English than did Carrasquel
New York (NEA) The three
new "name"' fighters developed in
New York this season all are for foreigners.
eigners. foreigners. Welterweight Isaac Lo
gart is from Cuba, lightweight
Ludwig Lightburn is from Hon Honduras
duras Honduras and middleweight Johnny
Sullivan is an Englishman.
Today Encanto J5 .20
Clark Gable Jane Russell
In "THE TALI MEN"
Andre Morrell, in
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Lex Barker, in
"Man From Bitter Ridge"
"ABBOTT & COSTELLO
GO TO MARS"
Score By Innings
v I Every other day,. "Parry G.,"
6 3 Mock Maloney, C, Small can be
7 6 seen getting into shape for their
; "OLD BONES LEAGUE." Other
took potential prospects are C. Brath-
their sevetnh straight win of the waite, H. Holder, Robert Pate, A.
second half by defeating Mutual, Lore, ana o. fcavory,
The Coco Solo Braves
The box score:
Sanchez, ss ... ..
Green, 3b-p .....
Hulka, c ........
Ebdon, lb ........
Hickey, 2b ......
Murray, rf ......
L. J. Chrlstoph. p
T. r.hrlstonh. 2b u u
Alberga, rf 1 2
Scheidegg, If 2 0
of Omaha on Wednesday after- Sr.
noon bv a score of 10 to 1. yard
Ronnie Hytenln made it eight Myers?
in a row as he limited the Mu
tual crew to four hits, three of
which were bunts. Bob Geddes
with a triple was the only man
on his club to get the ball out
of the infield.
For the Braves. Brian lutz
. with a three run homer over the
right field fence and a doubled
led his teammates at the plate.
Ronnie Hytenln had two dou doubles
bles doubles while Ravesi connected
with a double find a single. Ro Rolando
lando Rolando Lum took a drive off the
hat. nf Paves) In ritrht fifllH and
thus robbed the Brave of his
J I third hit.
The box score:
Parry G. how about that 100
dash with champ Garfield
30 8 8
Coco Solito Cubs
Ellzey, lb-ss-p 1 2
Patton. lf-3b ........... 3 0
Ouinn. 3b-ss 2 2
Camacho, c 4 1
Lugo, ss ............... 0 0
Villamarzo. cf-lb ....... 2 0
Fahey, 2b ......... 3 0
Davenport, rf ......... 4 1
Drew, rf ............... 12
Alley, ss-cf ............. 2 1
Leignadier, If ........ 0 0
Mutual Of Oman.
Field, c 3
Wainln n 9
OiFilllson. cf 2
0 Tnhln h 3
Rurza, 2b .............. 2
Repr. Lum. ss ........... 2
Geddes, If ............. 2
Wilson, rf ............. 1
lol. Lum, rf 1
Coco Solo Braves
22 9 t
Score By Innings
' 242 001-9
The Coca Cola Bottlers built
up a seven run lead, but couldn't
make it stand up, and finally
bowed to the Police Pals 8 to 7
In their game played on Tues Tues-dav
dav Tues-dav afternoon.
The Pals scored five runs in
the fifth innlm? when they gath gathered
ered gathered four of their seven hits.
Loose fielding by the Bottlers
helped the Pals win their fifth
game in seven starts. Larry Leon
won his sixth same if the year
while Larry wilder took the loss.
Extra base hits were contribut contributed
ed contributed by Rankin of the Colas and
Cooper. Kleefkens and Kenway
of the Pals. AH had doubles.
Richie Carpenter looked pood
when he fielded Phil Sanders
ViThomas, rf ........ .i....
0 Rlcclo, c 3
n'TiUtz, lb ............... 2
V: Hytenln. p ... 2
Ravesi, cf .............. 4
Ah R H
3 0 0
Colonel Robert E. Coffey, Com Commanding
manding Commanding officer of the 33d Infan
try Regiment, recently presided at
ceremonies marking the comple completion
tion completion of Regimental rifle matches
at Empire range. Of the fifty-two
expert riflemen participating
three outstanding fircrs .were cit cited
ed cited by Col Coffey, as he presented
Receiving trophies were M?Sgt.
Charles L. Roberts of company
"G," the top scorer, having fired
222 out of a possible 250. points;
Sfc William J. McFeeley of com company
pany company "I," hi' second place, with a
score of 219: and Sfc. Donald M.
Baronaba of company "L" will)
757 922 .800 2579
I News Of The
35 103 I
22 1 4
, Peters, ss
Reid, 2b ........
Oauthier. If .....
Pate. lf-2b .......
"room, 3h .....
Grozler, If ......
24 10 9
Score Bv Innings
M. or Omaha 001 000 1
Coco Solo 343 OOx 10
Second "battalion took team
championship honors with a grand
score of 834 out of a possible 1000.
The winning team was composed
01 btc Cecil L. htevens, company
"E," Pfc Joseph L. Grego.-, and
Sgt. Tennis J. Schuurman, both of
"H" company, and MSgt. Rob
The team in second place, from
0. third battalion scoring 790, includ-
,2;ea tp-3 jams Katermams ot Head
Tasker, company "L": Sfc Bare-
naba and Sgt McFeeley
MSgt. Glen Thompson, Service
company; Sfc Tyrel a Minich, and
Sp-3 Joseph Bennett of Heavy
Mortar company .and 1st Lt. Wil
liam H. Jewell of Tank company
fired a total of 769 points for Pro Provisional
visional Provisional battalion, to take third
Firing was conducted on 200, 800,
and 600 yard-lines, with partici participants
pants participants using prone, off hand and
a choice of either sitting or kneel kneeling
ing kneeling positions. The matches were
supervised by Capt. Clarence E.
Mosley. who will also be officer-
are, in-charge of the Panama Area and
The Caribbean Area championship Ri-
and Pistol Match competitions
out at first.
and threw him
The box score:
Coca' Cola Bottlers
L. Wilder, p
Cronan, cf .
Cotton, c ...
Rankin, ss .
NEW BLUE SUIT
Cincinnati (NEA) There
16 National League umpires.
lone newcomer is Henry "Shag"ifle
Crawford, up from the American being held April 2-14 and. May 1-13
,882 .734 809 2425
BUTLER AND SON
72 879 848 2499
r"V l$ '4
if ""mf" i
CONTINUES TO PAY i
Prizes for March
849 758 721 2328
717 831 757 2305
MATCH HIS NUMBER
12 0.0 0 (Accumulated)
88 0.00 (Accumulated) I
TOTAL ... $ 1,500.00
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8 for the Yankees, is out toll
over 20 home mns lor tne 11
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ita people knote the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1956
FIVE CENTS I
Government Spending Risin g;
We're B lowing 62 A Billion
TV'S MMM-M Here's NBC NBC-TV's
TV's NBC-TV's answer to Marilyn Mon Monroe
roe Monroe and old movies. She's gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Pat Shechan, the first
Clamor gal ever signed to a
term contract by the TV net network.
work. network. Pat's making love to
some of the top male stars on
the home screen right now, but
there's talk of grooming her for
big dramatic roles.
WACUTVTHV f-irk Ik YTIP1
1 Government spending continues.
I to rise despite administration ef-
i forts to hold it down.
Informed sources said today
spending is up not only in the "ob "obvious"
vious" "obvious" areas of foreign aid, de defense
fense defense and agricultural crop sup support
port support programs, but t'almost every everywhere
where everywhere you look."
"A little here, a Utile there, but
it mounts up," they said.
Secretary of the Treasury Geo.,
M. Humphrey told the Senate Fi Finance.
nance. Finance. Committee in closed ses ses-sion
sion ses-sion yesterday that the spending
"trend" continues upward. How However,
ever, However, no dollars-and-cents estim estimate
ate estimate were available to pinpoint the
When the budget for this fiscal
year, ending June 30, was 'first
announced in January, l.'SS, Pres.
ident Eisenhower estimated spend'
Six Georgia Negroes G et Runaround
In Efforts To Enter State College
ATLANTA March 24 (UP Six students visited the office of
Negroes tried to enroll yesterday County- Ordinary Eugene Gumby
t the State College of Business yesterday to have their enrollment
Administration applications certified as required
' At the end of the day the under a hew Georgia statute.
Ncroes were no closer to enroll- Gunby, however, had already
merit than when they started after passed the issue back to the state
visits to the college, the state Board of Regents, governing hody.
Board of Regents and the Fulton of units in the university system.:
County Ordinary Chancery, The judge apparently acted after
jUe 1 attorney Walden visited him Wed-
However, attorney A. T. Walden nesday; : I
for the Negroes said he would con-( Gunby showed the applicants a
tiniie his fight to have them en- copy of a letter, dated March 22,
rolled to the Board of Regents asking
At the same time, a Negro coed to be relieved of certifying jp jp-expelled
expelled jp-expelled from the University of plications until they had veen
Alabama said at Dallas, Tex., she "processed and approved' by the
would attempt to re-enter the col- college involved.
lege at Tuscaloosa, Ala. I He said otherwise there was too
,ie student, Autherine Lucy much paper work involved.
elans to be married in Texas next To be certified, an applicant
Jnonlh now has to have good moral char-
She wag suspended from Alaba- acter and reputation and perma perma-ma
ma perma-ma after rioting against her and ncnt residence. The Board of Re Re-later
later Re-later expelled because of charges gents also requires applicants to
V . .i .11 I L m ..at .4 aI Im it.m alumni np
DC I CWUIUUICIIUCU wu atiuiuiii vi
ing between July 1, 1955, and June
30, 1956, at $62.4 billion. He esti estimated
mated estimated receipts, mainly corporate
and personal income taxes, ex ex-cise
cise ex-cise taxes and customs, at $60 bil billion.
lion. billion. Last August, when the govern
ment again looked at spending and
receipts, expenditures were revis revised
ed revised upward to $63.8 and receipts
boosted to $62.1 billion. j
In January, when the 1957 fis fiscal
cal fiscal year budget was announced,!
the fiscal 1956 budget was again
looked over. Then estimates were,1
hiked to $64.3 for spending and to
$64.5 for receipts. At this point, a
sumlus of some $230 million was'
Humphrey's testimony yesterday
indicated that spending in the cur
which has brought in steadily high higher
er higher revenues and has overcome the
earlier expected 'deficit,' also may
boost receipts by another $1 bil billion,
lion, billion, Humphrey said. This leaves
the surplus still at about $235 bil billion.
lion. billion. Since Russia began making over
tures of economic aid to Near and
Far Eastern countries, pressure
has been on the administration to
step up the U.S. foreign aid prog program.
ram. program. Falling farm prices have forc forced
ed forced the gpvernment to buy up more
and more surplus crops and de defense
fense defense is in constant need of newer,
better and more expensive equip equipment.
ment. equipment. The spending estimate for -the
coming year is $65.9 billion inc
WAITING FOR THEIR RAIN TO COME IN
on the station platform at Hartsdale. N. Y. as Vh. i,r:,". 1UI1 CIUiai. commuters huddlt
ed transportation in-the New York area. Havl VaitV T 01 lM
for a train, the commuters then had to i stand L .Is and one-
ed them by to pick up commuters at stations nearer New York r0w pass"
the made against the college,
The six would-be Georgia State
TODAY 75, .40
l:ltn. 2:45, 4:Srt. fi:S5, 9.05 n.m.
BRINGS WHITE GRADUATES
Two of the Negroes, Mrs. Mae
Thclma Boone, secretary to the
president of Clark College Ne Negro,
gro, Negro, and Roberts Clcmons, 26, an
insurance salesman, called on
President George M. Sparks of
20th CtMury-Fvx prtnt
OirKlad by HENRY HOSTER"
In SltNLOPHUNIC SOUNO
They took with them two white
graduates of the University of
Georgia, the Rev. James L. Wcl Wcl-den
den Wcl-den and Clarence Jordan, as en endorsers.
However, Sparks pointed out that
Georgia State was no longer a
part of the University of Georgia
but an independent unit and the
two Georgia graduates did not
qualify as endorsers.
Sparks said later the college
would do everything required of
it under the laws, subject to ap approval
proval approval oL the Board of Regents.
But he did not think Negroes would
be admitted to any Georgia state
colleges as long as the regents
and Gov. Marvin Griffin remained
"adamant" against integration.
But Sparks said no conditions
existed at Georgia State such as
those that produced riots against
Miss Lucy at Alabama because it
is a day and evening school with
no residential facilities or dining
There is no close campus life
and many of the students are ma mature
ture mature and wdrking in Atlanta.
Registrar J. D. Blair added that
"none of us are panicked here"
over the possibility of Negroes enrolling.
He said the faculty was Broad Broad-minded"
minded" Broad-minded" in facing such issues.
but, again, the final decision was
up to the board.
Again rebulled,, the Negross
went from the college to the Board
of Regents where they were clos closeted
eted closeted with L. R. Sibert. executive
secretary of the board. Siebert did'
not comment on the meeting.
The Negroes apparently were
going through the necessary pre preliminaries
liminaries preliminaries to filing a Federal court
action to enter the college.
The Supreme Court has held,
that applicants should first make I
every effort for admission through1
normal channels before making a
test case. I
If they are certified and en-'
dorsed for admission they still
must pass entrance tests and if
they succeed in that the state can
Diunuy miorm mem inai ueorgia
law forbids integrated classes.
rent fiscal year could reach .65.3 luding an increase in funds fr o r
billion. The booming e c o n o m y,! foreign aid and defense.
POOL TABLE A miniature
-"tile swimming pool, complete
with water, diving board and
ladder, forms the centerpiece
for this clever cocktail table. It
was featured at the Western
(Merchandise Mart's 1956 exhib exhib-jit
jit exhib-jit in San Francisco. Molla Har Harrington
rington Harrington is pointing to some
'goldfish swimming in the water.
sTie Management of the Central Theatre is
plebsed to inform its distinguished patrons that
"MARTY," winner of the coveted "OSCAR" as the
motion picture of the year and which was previously
released in this Theatre, will be shown again on
Tuesday, April 3rd.
The Central Theatre also takes pleasure in ad advising
vising advising that the picture "THE ROSE TATTOO' for
which Ana Magnani was awarded the "OSCAR" as
the best actress of the year, will likewise be played
at the Central Theatre.
' The Management of this Theatre is proud to
have been able to offer the public, as in previous
years, the best productions of this year.
TWO MILITARY LEADERS one a Major General of the U.S.
Army Military Police, the other the Commander of the Panama
National Guard met here yesterday at the Panama National
Guard headquarters. Ma. Gen. William H. Maglin (left), here
on a tour of Canal Zone Military Police units stopped to visit
Col. Bolivar Valla rlno. Maglin left today aboard the USNS
Gibbons for teturn to the States.
(U.S. Army photo)
ird Snow Storm
In 8 Days Pounds
Hew England, West
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP)--The
third storm in eight days
plastered snow over much of New
England today and cold air blow blowing
ing blowing down from Canada chilled the
midwest and northern plains.
More than five inches of snow
fell in Syracuse and Cortland,
N.Y., and the New York State
throughway was covered w 1 1 a
snow. In Massachusetts, Public
Works Commissioner J. A. Volpe
asked motorists to stay off the
roads until noon, and oli one state
route police halted trucks which
are not equipped with tire chains,
A St. Patrick's Day parade, post postponed
poned postponed last week because of snow,
was again postponed in the new
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ETERNAL (?) LICHT The
"Eternal Flame of the Confed Confederacy,",
eracy,", Confederacy,", this gas street lamp in
Atlanta, Ga., is having a hard
time keeping its flame eternal.
First, along came a stiff north
(naturally) wind that blew the
light out' It was relighted, but
then along came a motorist
(thought to be a Yankee) who
knocked the lamppost over and
again extinsuished the light.
THE STORY OF ECCBERT An Easter Adventure
BY WALT SCOTT
WELL, m LITTLE BOT-BELUEP FRIEND,
ITS Tlv AM OLD MAN WENT TO BED!
iWlOO LOOK ALMOST ALIVC--VJG SHOULD 1 kSbSNDCEdTi T
I WAVC A NAME FOR MDO! LET MS TMlMK- f V.13C CALLED E&GY OR
& E66--ESSLEBV- EGGBERTf WATS f-E66HEAPC5U(?SASl'M )
'iShtt E668ERTAAI?vgLOUS? I I BUT WE1 S AMDC OF WOOD-HE CANT ViHERe' 'vlOV
! MUSTN'T LET SEAMP FIND OUT 1 "MEET" PEOPLE. OH( DEAR, HE'S WAVlN6 i YOU ) f. ''JX
7 Pr'I Hcvu vwoulD vtxjS v, catch hold' ( rA( sjh
' A. A v ; $'' I Pfc r A AM--PUFF -ALSO V
V71 rL-JJ Ft X 'Jl HAPPY VO BE R-
irrAn I f X I mcngo from rue
i. if 3 ';.". y W
1 ; sf'
TIME FOR SPRING The red "violation" flafj Sttii
HeWMY2rlCn?.arklnR meter- but unlikely that te r will be
ticketed The owner couldn't move it from under all thV, snow
even lf h wanted t Thls was nrday oi spring in New
York, but scenes like this made it look morehkf 55
. ; ' of winter.
15 Posilioris Open,
A total of 15 nnsifinn are nr.
ently available in the Panama Ca-l
iihi service, accoramg 10 tne list
of vacancies contained in the
transfer vacancy bulletin issued
this week by the Personnel Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. Eight of the positions are in the
classified and related group and
seven are in the craft group. The
positions may be filled by trans transfer
fer transfer of eligible employes and appli applications
cations applications should be transmitted to
the Employment and Utilization
: Vacancies in the following types
of work are listed in the classified
and related group; chemist, elec electrical
trical electrical engineer, mechanical engi engineer,
neer, engineer, guard, policeman and sani sanitary
tary sanitary engineei, :
Positions open in the craft group!
include: road and yard conductor;
electrician, locomotive electrician
locomotive machinist, lock operat
' BALUOA TIDES
SUNDAY, MARCH 25
HIGH . LOW,
2:40 a.m. 8:54 a.m.'
1:06 p.m.,. 9:22 p-mj
Boys 7, Girls 2
Nine babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week,
ending at midnight Wed. March
21, according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report. During the same period
78 patients were admitted and 95
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following American citizens: Sgt. and
Mrs. Paul F, Vest, of Fort Gulick,
son; Sgt. and Mrs. Fred Thomp.
son, Jr., of Coco Solito, son; Sfc."
and Mrs. Angel L. Resto, of Coco
Solito, son; SP-3 and Mrs. Arnold
Friedman, of Coco Solito, son;
and Pfe. and Mrs. Fred Carstens,
oi uoco aoiuo, aaugnter,
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Sudland Humphrey, of Colon,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert
Skeeret, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard F. Russell, of Colon;
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Kernahan, of Colon, son.
L U X ITodayI CENTRAL
2:55 4:31 6:41 8:51 p.m
GOLD FOR VILLA!
i ','ir!'.3 'it'l;i
1:15,. ';".. MS.' J:09. MO p.m.
H8 fought the Sioux as
fiercely as he loved one
of their women!
' r V us 'Ln