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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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"- JERUSAUENC Israel, March 4

cabinet, today ordered' chief of itaff Gen Moahe Dayan to
t proceed with Israel's withdrawal from paza and Sharm ts
, Sheikh. t i-. r t K
' An official, announcement, said Dayan will meet with
" Geii.. C. V. M. Burns, the United, Nations Emergency Fore
commander,, this afternoon to plarr the .handover!
tt -The iubject of ;the meeting was "prompt withdrawal'
-.of all Israeli forces, it was, announced.., t , t
' r Official sources said the cabinet's decision was based

lonl'the -message, from.' President Eisenhower to Premier
- David Ben-Gurion early Sunday.; 5 'v

vfpanamA;'
A SURVEY of Panama City s
.transportation problems- jis, sched scheduled
uled scheduled to begin Wednesday morning,
El pinamlAmerlca reported yes-
!efey probe will' be conducteSjby
a committee named by Present
'v..t a- la Guardia to study
the problem and make reeommen
wm Chiet-Arstides,.H a S s e n
wvernment officials- professors
.,c.ittivM Of 601: BUS
dwers and transportation compa
nies;:; .v".'. ?; -'''S.'
' "fTs eoiloefioeat during- the
wentb of Fobwry wore esM-
mated at ever $S.OOO.0O.f Tern
1 n January totaled H200.WO,
t which eofloctlona for the firs
.k m the veer ot ap
: -.intlv mor
than

. proximately v"" 7
for' the aamo period in .iWi.

, ."Wiley pickpockets, and TP ut ut-snatchers
snatchers ut-snatchers Tt l?1d'te have had a
I 9. A-ij a, it Kinriv as they took

A 7'tra7vr revelers OHrp,y"'ff th Und
'"- 1 "? ("'''n n il .l.f.V" JJ

, '. Central Avenue.

v-iiui -'--f'--t -wu wuuiu boi sinew unui to,
la Estrella d Panama today thjt morrow fiight if he will be, ble to
new post office, bojcesassigne4 ';tstay power to enforce', today
'centhr in the clty.pf Colon ere-not KtioJ1 v .5.,.

iiifM-.nrnof. birt their eomDi-
nations.ar so complicated that e
veaJhe-, owners can'j open uem..
f anamVecret Police 'are al-i
inbst sure that the death of a mart,,
ho was found dead on the rocky
beach 1 along Balboa, Avenue, was
, DetecUveS said4a1l Indications
jire that Eduardo E. Icara' hd
Jeen eating, and drinking heavily
and probably, felt an urge to vomit
as he walked. along the avenua to.
W home, nearby.. .V
, They nelieve be leaned Over., the
walk a- he vomited' and ost his
balance and toppled vef, onto vthe
- rocks.;;, v: x':.-
IK f rrv' lmr
Ja ikr's Si::t
r nrrnlt Court-of Ap
pea a igr m r
wirttlnn tav cnaries
Kenry riashphalef f or e. mw mw-mus
mus mw-mus .orderlne District Judrt
Guthrl. F. Crowe to disqualify
ki..if in nendin- matter
f .TiashDhaler'a : disbar m e n
law In the Ca
ual Zone. ";.
plashphaler. who r.as
home4n wahlr: 1. ctbled the
K cwrtthat 1 is suhmiUlnt
rtd itlonat data a: a ew"'""'"
vrhich should arrive
in a 17 W
two.-
Flashphaler
the Canal zone fca;
an enlisted man
p -'mlHee' o
. 1 134 a"
. rvicg -..
the Army. 1 1
. Later the Br Asw.iatwn 01
Waahineton. .DC. brouRrn vi
the attention of the-canal Zone
v,. in iti th attcrr.ev
had been convicted of r.rtmlnsi
libel ln New totk tv.
The local bar filed n oetition
acci'slnt him of fraud ln
reallne this fact erhea he ? ?-p!ld
p!ld ?-p!ld for admission.
rUshphaler accused Jud
Crowe of prei-idice. an,1 aVei
to hve the Jvrrt ani
a wltnetu. Law he '1 t,-,e
Judre te, dUquaUfy h'. ''If and
th Judje ever ruled his nt n.
rw. t. S. Carrirftn. aten rt
fnr th Bar
n ..t re
eemoer. told Croe t t the re
nest the lue!ce :6-l'7 Mm
self waa "jut an .attest to
eonfu.e the Issue --
riashphaler left he Zer.t
torn years before Ju'ie Croae
was appointed.
; $103
Pbiltp McWane VIn. W,
Amerieaa ainnsn, wi t.rH l'r
la Eslboa His r-i'e- C- -t ti-.T
after beine eon of r ir

l.uUmobile oe Eaibos F-oad h
-lrt mics ted.
. Th ffft.e occurred at 1 JO a.
m. fiatardsy.
kiRSoe pieaJed g J..':y.

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(UP)
;The
Israeli
Ben Gurlon will present the fait
accompu io the parliament tomor
row as "an act of faith in the in
ternational community,.'! (United
canons;.
. The .cabinet's decision was' said
io oe unai. it was announced short shortly
ly shortly after Ben-Gurion cancelled plans
to put his, withdrawal policy to a
confidence vote in the .Knesset
Harlln,.iit tA.:Lt
. The 70-year-old premier he d
boon in ion atop negotiations
ywith coalition pal-ties who throat throat-;onod
;onod throat-;onod te quit .. the government:
"" than support withdrawal.
i e eiaeriv. oremier rnoiu)
.f"' ?n neS-
tiationi with his own .Afapai Labor
n ,d' he w conducting
talks with the leftisVAhdut Haavo.
da and Mapam parties, both balky
memberi of his coaliUon, trying to
prevent them from toppling, the
government m the, iwstponed cob cob-tidence
tidence cob-tidence vote ( ,
The Herut opposition party al already
ready already Aaswintroduced t no-confid-'
ence motion to bo voted en imme imme-diately
diately imme-diately after Ben G ti r i o n't in in-nouncement
nouncement in-nouncement te the Knesset. .. ;
r is ; rj ' i"
What ton Curion Israel's firot
pvomior, Jtad done was fhisi He'
had-gone against the wish of a
jirobsblo Mrli msioriujrfeomi
ttsl Nafiana
!:ibijlilOiVl:id
H:s Frecfcfcd S!:uII
'AshtOn G.' Gardiner': ST.T
nin, a Canal seaman who was se seriously,
riously, seriously, injured Saturday when hit
in the- head by an .eight-p o"u'n d
hunk of, metal, is reported-a little
better in Coco Solo Hospital today.
t The Canal seaman -was handling
lines "aboard the Panama- flag
nunning cagie transiting, south southbound
bound southbound when a towing mule hand
ling the ship at the lower, level
A, the cable tightened the far-
forward port bock on the Running
agie oroice into inree pieces. One
piece, weignmg aoout eight pounds,
wis mrown some so ieet.lt hit
Gardiner on the left tmru j
" A coco Solo doctor lound him
unconscious and bleeding from" the
eyes, ears, nose and mouth.
At the ho.spital, it was determin
ed he has fractured skull, and he
tiwa a put am the seriously
ill list.
r In waterfront circles, the acri.
Jdeot waa considered, highly-unuj
suji. -. v 1
A board; of inquiry wat meeting
! today. -: V- .'U-I
6 J:bs Sll'I Open
F:rPI:rlc:dfc:3
C; ;-r::nd Scr?
r "s
arinrhmen nd
still needed at
7
noon i ;
scrap ur n i
ru. atarUjit; 1

tftdra

fa

.k i
.rsdsr afternoon.
Before 11 a m. more than
men hid applied to the Central
Labor Office for the approximately
one week of work betm offered br
contractor John- V. Carter, char
a?'l
cue
terer of the Jrne vessel

j ,urLr ,u".,"tthose receved from me iret7
1 the Kukusaa Ma-tU.'TrrJ w,.hinrton.

u r ck tons of wrap In ,, Psn.ma City
E',l"i h'r.f" L!?, ..Jth7, morninTwere having trouble

J w proce,, ,;iriWt ,nd re
i w in m m mm in ji t inn irinii
ferred to the employer.
..... i
?f :jm the wiBchmea's joH
ri tfte forem'i's )rM, which
ve rt bca f .'ed. the ether
' c:iered were tor laborers to
ts dMV- J
1 .- Cemrsl Labor Of T-e ssW
t-Itf the aren are now being told
tn r-Tt for ck at l p.m
lh:i-.;ty rnte3 of rrkisj as
ort ti.'y p!""-d.
V- srrsp i bf h'rteI by
.v f tcinr I f f Gs. S. A
i. vis iiTbt !uHf the
ft t mor r. I -"..-t r f fo""
r '' c "f rTi aul t.a'u
frra Ue tacai Z:re.

X W... .:;;:-tf. .' i : . OM. I .v f. V'1 V.'.:-' . 41 ,-J.,:IT,- ; : .ilk v.v ..''1. ,1,, .. 'm.-JB .-,1 P.- flA: .' -7 V a

I '" M mt

QUEEN KOSALai waves
f"
1

POLLERAS MONTtNAS Girls' "clad in "pollers montuna

the two litUe boys in the
as
Some

Still trying TcoIIscKTheir

' -l.i.j am.a rnwi emnlove.
said early this afternoon tnai a-
it one out of ten auch" retired
n B ...
emploves, on going to the US Em Embassy
bassy Embassy "this morning to collect their
monthly annuity check, were told,
"No check.', t
Tor some of the retired men It
was their third trip to ti embaa embaa-.
. embaa-. inr Thursday, when they were
..u h4i frc not among
rV... ..m- h.rk Tridtr. !y to
00 ,v,. .mKxt i-iosed for Pana
ma's Constitution uay.
Tl it was agam "o check
tm f tho thus turned away
guessed that Carnival celebration
. ika Utrt ansf.
...
r",dinM.n'Ulll,,
including names
i m
I t 7
Humor
Tor, reasons wt expect
to enccunter tonigrif, t.
Pancr i American tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. cnecb'nj oi o rumor that
lrer i$ o Catnhal In dan dan-destine
destine dan-destine progress some somewhere
where somewhere oround.here.
Wednesday? Yes, a psper.

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY,

to 'hebjecUuring yesterday's "Pollers, ,ayTwCnlviJ -.parade- along, CentrAye, n'

v -
(troup look on wide-eyed.
es
The retirees checks were
deli
verra .u
offices till Jan
Canal Zone
1 this year.
post
December 1958 and January
.
checka were handed out at the em
Distribution of February -checks"
la being made in the embassy's
garage area, which proyldea ahel ahel-ter
ter ahel-ter from the sun. Last month the
retired employes had to line up in
the open, before the main entrance
to the embassy building,
J::!ca.Earlhqa2ke
D;n::3C$ Properly
Vcrlh $7CD,C: ;
KINGSTON, Jamaica, March
14 (Vp) The earthquake

which jolted Jamaicans out of There is one case involving uie
enjoyment of their weeklv Frl-failure of a burglar on probation
day night spree lt week did to report to the probation, osieer
damape toUlirur S700.000. it was as instructed.. ..
officially estimated today. Once case involves failure of a
Churches afl over tha Island federal employe to account tor pub pub-were
were pub-were particularly hard hit. The ( lie : funds.
.... ,. M..v, T rrn mm f r the tudfe on

.Krr.K in wm tvuriict rart f
Montego Bay eollapHl and
nearly every church ln Kingston:
:
, i o k i mf.
it,a thmisanda cf wounds of
j i- .k. -Kirh
nrirA rn.A ind diructed
cojsmunicatioas.

MARCH 4, 1957

r
)
V

smile fanlyt itoei.phot.pgrapher.

Midlife;
Grind On InSone'"
uunng nardibras
. Justice will not take' ai nolidav
in the. Canat J5one for tomorrow's
larcdvau, ;f, r.;
. . ... t. .'.) 'in,' Wf'-Vfl
Since tomorrow is the monthly
term asy, we cnmuiai docket m
V. SDiatricuCourti will be call.:
ed on: schedule.' ? vi r :
Also "you' can get a warriage li license
cense license there, and: probably ,.wUl
have no trouble in getting the .cea .cea-emonvDerformed
emonvDerformed .cea-emonvDerformed by one of 'the
Magistrates in "the courts of Bal-.
boa or Cristobal. ., fnj,..,!
" ' '-- ...
It's best, on any day, to make in
appointment for a marriage cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, magistrates' .cyurt attaches
point out. ,' p j i
The cases of 11 d"efendanU se se-cused
cused se-cused of burglary wtU be called
tomorrow in uie Ancon counrwra.
ouDta of returning to the canal
Zone after. deportaUon. t,
. '. '
Thre are also two appeals,
One
U th.t of a cbarie of reckless
driv:g csufing peat bodily inju-
r Th other involves rive scn-
Htr"avin
aeamen convicted oi ois-
a
wrmni m F'"

- vQueen Rosalia I

Pud C'f C:!cMy
Suffer jprdcii. leg,
, 'An American, aolaiers.waa .auf .auf-ferine
ferine .auf-ferine from a baoken lea and mul
tiple countusions today, as a result
of being robbed Saturday night of
$66 and pushed over Jtbe balcony
uk a xuo adbjo uuiiaiITgv .';.
".The aoldierfcLeroM'; Williams.? has
testified that, he was taken. -to the
ftiO Aoajo nomo ot.an unjdenutied
woman, by, a i taxi. driven' .'whose
aamed he does, not. know either.
after shaving had. a few drinks ?,la
Panama City bars. r wiit 'rt
While talking to the woman he
was. hit on the heed fronts behind,
Williams aald. rvi i-
- Police believe he waa thrown to
the pavement bejow after he was
robbed of $56 Williama a said lie
had' in his pocketbook. : ...
.. Williama is Gorges Hospital
where' ho waa admitted after he
was turned over by. Panama po police
lice police to U.S. military authoritiea.
I j ;.' yi i.i 'ill
RFtrra rOR QCtEt Rock
SPLITS fU'yWi;.

'-

tiaao are tatawiTi'Vy'' "77,1 ceremonv at the Ar-

.y-jai
.v-reiwM ttrnim IOUUW7Q OCT
.mera "iHT.V,
, ai.maiai e? a n iiti r rs
.Bavai cancel oio u vv

Carnival swept into its third day as comparsa groups
readied their costumes for, this, afternoon's pardde ac-
centing groups dressed alike; or; io represent single
-theme.: It's a happy Carnivaf everybody says soyr ir
At 1i30 p.m. today Queen Rosalia I' wai to set. out
from her capital city of Panama for the Palo 5eco leper
Colony. Accompanied by the Carnival Junta and rrtosttif .
her court, the queen will join in the traditional, carniyar
held by the patients. ; u

Tomorrows festivities
floats beginning around 3
Wednesday. with the burid
Ot merrv-makinn in In Hn
i f vf '. M
. . .
Only one serious accident has
marred th carnival ealety so
far. Late Saturday, nve-year-
old girl, Rosalia -Ahtonia- Aules-
pia, was crushed w death under
the eels of alare bus which
had beeh re-routed because of
Carnival 'traffic Th. accident
occurred at Avenue A and 4th
StreeLjthe cap tai ;crty;-
At ginto Tomas Hospital 12(r
cases of "carnival cases" of
one kind or another were
treated in the 36 honre from
ho start of Carnivaf on ,Sat
irdav through Sunday. .,
Canal Zone police' knew of Ho
accidents on the .jpacm-i siae
due to carnival. Everybody, they
ssid,was" so busy , rolnir to
"Queen" functions-they had no
.time. to pitch, around, rf
Today the Empress of Scot Scotland
land Scotland brought several hundred
more tourists across the isth isthmus
mus isthmus to enjoy a taste of carnival.
: Yesterday the 685 passengers
aboard the brand new staten-
dam were .spotted all ever both
the Atlantic and pacific sides.
..Opo group was so cntliusias cntliusias-ti
ti cntliusias-ti they stayed ever rat Hotel
El Panama to aee the entrance
of the Queen last night; They
took a midnight taxi back to
., eatch the- ship sallinff or the
Sn Bias at' a.m.f'- r--
t Today's visit of Queen Rosa-.
-t vii '( rt PV '-' 1

: ; a. 1
: '--7

"n t'ern-rer Frankle "tymon fft and Teenrr Xtrmin S
tnlittir.' Jnr Carnival Coeen RQu-a I durj-ff

CV' Vliei t,vi
s., j W.
- inrmtert nn Via, saf.a.
ni in m nn e-iie?
- -

f it vwm

will start with a oarade! of
p.m. they will end at dawn
of the fish. to mark-ihe end
rlnh nnA hAfei -f s i
J' T'
- t -'

na i to tne leprosarium main-. 1
tained .at Palo Sec -by thv i
United States- and Panama
governments will be the first.
jby a Queen, in -1 years, aid
timers remember. r',w v i .'
,, Patients at Palo Seco -have) ;

v J awavt eafv Vf MAVf M..ca"a
Th.ejf,wre planning to enkrtal.r ?
iha mea-4tH everttl -dances.

nvp v nniiaroi enn vtttvttin v

,r. piaoaud a rusnxnrottsinesa

last night and are looking for- v
ward, to big; doings tonight. t
Revelers jammed the street in r
front of the. several toldos' on
Barraza f ill.- Music from on
dance-spot vied with, that of
another as. the v smell of good
cooking arose from! the many ;
open-air stands. Meat cooked on t
skewers over an open j furnace
was a favorite, dish.: v
Frarrkie Lyman and His Teen- j
agers have received huse ova-
tlons at every appearancer ss
... Kock roll alternates with
Latin dances and regular fox-''
, trots at many dance spots. In-
c ludlnt; El Panama
At tonight's Hotel appearance
of Queen Rosalia and her court
at the costume ball in the pat.v
queens and beauty-wtnners of
other years' will fete the your:? -sovereign.'.
.' ...- r.- .
v rn tomorrow's parade1 Of floats

.threp forme? queens of HoteTEl
Panama carnivals win wer -..
i (Continued on page- 8) Z-
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1 i S
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Z. MONDAY MARCH i, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY rWsPAPEB

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

i eve.rM v tub Panama amkmicam mum, inc.
POVNOaO OV NHJON frOUNOSYBUL IN ISM .'V
NANMODIO AMIA. lOtTOW

T. M trnir f. a. oox is. PAitnA. at. o P.
TeLtMONt S-O740 -LlNS
' CAilt ACWk PANAMBWICAN. PHM
'WB 1S.170 CCNTHAL AVINUI BITWtCrJ ISfM AND 1ST STRUT

PMN ROTWMNTATIVK
84S MAOMON Avs.
Pni Month, in aDvancl.
FM 01 MONTHS. IN ADVANCB ADVANCB-POM
POM ADVANCB-POM OtrB TCAK, IN AOVAHC
This a your forum the
The MtH In It an ope forum
Uttert an) received gratefully and
If vaa contribute a letter don't

ait day. Letters are published in the order received.
Plea to try t keep the letters limited ta ana page length.
Identity of letter writers ii held in atrictett confidence.
This newspaper assumes so responsibility for statements ar opinions
expressed in letter from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

ALCOHOLICS
Sir:
iin.ii. tK. .hmn n oinnriniin
seneral public and Alcoholics

number or misiniormea yet wew-uiwuw jvjii,
ual Increase in the rate of alcoholism since World War II is an
established fact. Brewers, distillers and vintners have expressed
no alarm or concern that AA will ruin their business. As a
matter of fact. AA removes a troublesome nuisance from using
a product that has a place in the lives of those who can con-
' troi their use of it. ,,' k, -,-
Alcoholics Anonymous makes no claim as to being a cure,
, Medical and other sciences recognize alcoholism as being to to-curable
curable to-curable even in view of the so called miracle pilli i and nostrums
featured in rrfany widely-circulated magazines. The only hope
Xor the-alcoholic victim is to realize the problem and learn to
live without alcohol. Simply stated, this is the AA program.
Occasionally, we AA's come across an alcoholic who is in incapable
capable incapable of being honest with himself (or herself), or thosewitn
serious brain injuries. They have small chance, If any, to re retain
tain retain happy sobriety. j.
. i We have also encountered the alcoholic who may wish to
tufe AA as a way of getting out of a Jam. While we AA's gen generally
erally generally go "all out" for the alcoholic in trouble we are not a re re-luge
luge re-luge for the phony who tries to "use" us. Most of us "know just
vwint tin trirkr of the alcoholic mind and it doesnt take us

long to spot the character actor who only wants to want to quit.
I We are long in patience, tolerance and understanding and
will go to most any extreme to help those who wish to be help helped.
ed. helped. And, we can help because we have travelled the alcoholic

road ourselves.
Thara have, been a few who.
wort or blithely state to others
joined" or are members of
loinina- Is a misnomer. No one

berahip roster. We become affiliated with one of the more than
loflOO groups and are considered affiliates as long as we remain
sober. Our anonymity is precious to us and to the success of

AA, therefore, we neither btag or publicize our affiliation un unless
less unless It be to help another.
' The individual of course has any right he chooses to tell
anyone of his (or her) personal contact with AA but has abso absolutely
lutely absolutely no license to reveal the names of others in the group or
groups.
i The basic fundamentals of AA are a realization by the con concerned
cerned concerned individual that he (or she) is powerless over alcohol, and
an, honest desire to do something about it. No proxies can stay
drunk or sober for the alcoholic any more than a proxy can
face the sufferings and remorse that follows an alcoholic tail tail-spin.
spin. tail-spin. AA Is nothing more than a new way of life for the alcoholic
nfl we AA's haven't complicated it with a lot of do's, don'ta or
musts. We neither coerce or brainwash the individual who
comes to us and he is free to terminate his affiliation at any any-tin)
tin) any-tin) without any thought or fear that we will ride herd on him.
If,or until a better way of curbing alcoholism is ever fottfad, wf
AA" believe that we've found the answer.

SQUEAKS AND WIGGLES

. For OUit soma) tlm now

tho Mail Box for aAd against Frankie Lvmon srui Fivi Praiev

I murt juiy CTN did great
swt wnen is nao mem Dotn on
rnusiajs congratulate CTN on

l wort

uc sunn, dots am not snow snv
. vii. -m li l
I v 1

t J J, lu'u woujq
f todordlns of Diana. Washington

Cir:

- .tLTr? a 2 A Pe'v.ls,st: This episode between us is getting
rl nd er "adinf your articles, I've come to the conclu conclu-BJi3f
BJi3f conclu-BJi3f uf17 tn(il ,that you're not quaUfied-to criticize
" ?,-' 01 ogfights, much less entertainers. EJ. has a touch of
f.emlnacy, and many Statesiders asrree on that. We're rraav

, erxrot Frankie, honest He's not a square, but you are. E.P. sings
fitl.L AV- ? nd you scream. He wiggles, and you
cf,;iJJC-! Kd Ior yu- My heart bleeds for you.
' 4 KH wiggling still has me worried.
APelvisista, we're in Panama, not the UA Frankie is boss here
, vfftt Bvta 'Swivel Hips' Presley. Frankle's record sales are super super-pectatular
pectatular super-pectatular over "Wiggles." O.K. I've sorry I said E.P. isn't all
r.v? 80 no hurt yur Leungs so much I'll say that
has half male and half female.
i You said Elvis has had over flv nnr. nn h TT B ult -b....

ri S far ZOUr have manaeed

I'm asking are all four holding first place at one time? It will
takabout that same amount at one tim to Centura ni niH

dojwn first place in our Hit Parade over Frankle's boy. 8o let's

i.ui . P""1111 er uy jss sua Drouer Elmer Presley and
Frjuikie'i young blood, Lewis Lymon. Elmer sounds a little bet better
ter better than Elvis. Ill say (like a crazy mixed-up frog caught dead
center In an egg-beater).
i How about you and me going to "Knock the Rock" at the
Viceroy toldo? Frankie-boy will be there they dldnt want

js.j Ana ii you oenave yocrself

awrw aaajoair ana nis rnnces oi kock 'n koii.
Frankie Fan.
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
The play is ended, and the curtain falls.
The actors have bowed to the curtain calls.
! Art has been served, all tears have been shed,
The Salesman declared legally dead.
So, why write reams about a 'Mummer'
, And, who la dumbest, or who is dumber?
. Creating a state nearly politic
With a critique of a local critic.
Duly permed In words of the sol earnest
Simply by an amateur columnist columnist-Quoting
Quoting columnist-Quoting a bard, "It behooves us methihks
To bury this body before it stinks."
Aarello.

LOTS IN
Sir:
I'd like to know whether we

country or a Red. White and Blue country. When one is forced
to gtro one's child a certain type of name, it seems to me like
the former.
Do yon realize that here m Colon they refuse to register a
chOd who does not carry a Spanish name? So help me, but I
don't know why. It certainly does not make one any more of a
.Panamanian, nor a better citizen, merely to have a Spanish
name.
Is it not a oarenf s privilege to name his child as he wishes,
whether the name be French. German. Dutch. Chinese or what
hare you?
Only Right

TREATY SUCCESSES

Sin

Wen. fellow Zoniana, don't you think dear old TJnde Sam
, and th royal family of Panama should really be slttine: back
chuckling at the "success" of the Remon Treaty? Yen. Panama

really should be celebrating, for thousands of their poor eoun eoun-,
, eoun-, trymn are out of work and hungry.
The Zone PX's and Commissaries are rapidly replacing good
cjuallty merchandise with Stateside shoddy stuff and Panama
Junk, and the Panama merchants are taking advantage of the

ic ana oououng ana tnpiin their prices on the "good and
finer thing's" belnr denied Zonians.
Not content with outrageous rents charged for "houses and
apartments that offer little more than a roof, Panama Is out
to srjueer the Oringo. and what Is shocking to Americans, Is
that old JTncle Sam seems to be deliehted with the Idea, and Is
pitching in to help do a thorough job.
Mexico. Here I Cone

JOSHUA Si POWERS. INC.
New Yomu M? N. Y.

LOCAL OT MMl
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readers own column
for mittt of The Panama American.
art handled In a wholly confidential
ba Impatient if it doain't appear the
ANONYMOUS
ii. niwn misiiiiacribOOQ u.Y w
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Anonymous has been toe butt or
after contacting us either re
outside of AA that they have
Alcoholics Anonymous. Actually,
joins AA and AA has no mem
AA
tlher ham hn mnoVi ntt
in
Justice to the fans of these two
"Band Stand" the same day. 1
the manner in which their praise
narualir.v Thr annA
"
.... .
uk to near on "Band stand
and Dave Brubeck.
Musle Lover
to rantnr onrl hnM flr.t nln.
I might Introduce you to his
A NAME
here In Panama live in a Red

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIISEL
Some of the Senators who knnw
Best what is in the secret files of
the racket-busting committee are
saylnii erimly and unsmilinelv that
they beueve Dave Beck has reach
ed the. point of no return to the
U.S.
I know nothing of Dave Beck's
plans for a long voyage home. I
do report to you as a tact that on
ths morning of Monday, Feb. 25,
as iney were preparing xor two
weeks of hearings ripping open
tne .Portland vies scandal, mform
ed Senators positively said they
aid not expect that Teamsters
ppresident "ever to return to the
U.S.
They may be underestimating
Bock's bravado, But they're not
underavaluating their files which
show that hundreds of thousands
of Teamsters' Unlti dollars
have gone for the' personal use
of some Teamster officials na national
tional national and local.
Homes have been built with
these union dollars. Workingmen's
dues have cone for classical fur
niture, photographic equipment,
works of art and payment of per
sons! indebtedness and doctor
bills.
Luxurious suites in the most
fashionable hotels of the world
have eaten into treasuries which
should have been guarded by
these leaders of the proletariat.
Exoense accounts, which can on
lv be described as "vast have
been paid.
In one instance a Teamsiers- u
nit authorized a loan of almost
$100,000. The borrower s word was
aunnosed to be his bond But
there aren't many who would dis
count that bond for the unit in involved.
volved. involved. Yet Dave Beck's national office
never stopped any of this mean
dering through the green stuff.
There should have boon crack-
The Teamsters' constitution
says that every one of Hs local
treasuries must bo audited by
tho national office at least one
In five years. And every audit
must bo filed with Back In that
glistening new marble palace ef
his ta Washington.
Furthermore, Beck is the head
nf three man finance committee
which, thoueh little known, reaL
ly controls every penny in every
local of the Teamsters Brother
hood. '.
These are the files tne senate
mitt a wants these ana. of
course, the nersonai lues oi we
.... ii
union's national chiefs.'
, Thev mav show nothing illegal
Aftvr all Beck, as president, has
the constitutional power to inter inter-th
th inter-th ronititfjtion and thai
mparts the distribution of its fi-
nlnr,l ton.
But the Senate committee isn't
dealing in the niceties of legalities.
Th senators are beaming their
lights on a great moral nssuring
inside labor.
These Senate leader are appall
ed by what they nod.
Th eurnnse comes not aione
from the cracking of the Portland
vice rings but in the less drama
tic adding up of what has d e e n
found in dull books snd recoros
at network: of other union.
nn senator said auietly and
lmiKt in the whisoering of a man
who doesnt quite believe what he
sees that "hunoreos oi buuodi u
rinllan ara involved.
Actually, the anu-racaeieenng
ittM isn't much concerned o
ver the refusal of Beck and other
union chiefs to turn in ueir dooks.
Nor Is tho committee more
than chagrined to loarii that
some locals suddenly decided
k record were fire ha
zards and should bo Junked aft after
er after careful burning, of course.
a k a bo the Senate commit
tee got Preslent Eisenhower's
permission to examine tax returns
far th decade Detween ivai anu
1857.
ir.rf committee accountants
are poring over the most confiden
tial tax reports oi umm
nersonai Income, estates, gifts and
sny and all other sources.
There is little the committee
...h urn from these forms and
fmm Photostats of bank records
throughout the country.
Tv.r. win tie no outcry against
tactic, neither from Ubors friends
in the Senate nor from the Al ls-
CIO high command.
Last Thursday at lunch, Sen.
John McClellan, ehauroaa vnt
SenaU s racket probe, told George
Meany that the investlgatiOB was
for the gooo ot laoor anu u
Hon." Meaay agreea.

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Walter Winchell I n

THE BROADWAY
HOLLYWOOD LINI
Tho California Senate's probe of
private detectives (suspected of
doubling as "reporters" for scan
dal magazines; has enlisted prom
inent atoorneys of Hollywood stars.
Gregory Bautzcr is among them.
He has been assigned to prepare
"the deprecatinf section" of the
State's criminal libel code. This is
the gimmick that the probers ex
pect wiu pumsn puoiisners, edi
tors and writers, whose articles
have caused so much agony for
movie people, sinful or not. . If
found guilty tha defendants will
wind up in San Quentin prison.
One of the people expected to
atar as a witness (for the State)

will be a young woman, formerly cabs around New .York almost'ev almost'ev-married
married almost'ev-married to a well known television! ery 2 a.m. ..Joan Blackman, re re-personality.
personality. re-personality. .She allegedly has cently mentioned as Sinatra's big

conxessea oeing responsioio ior iai
article that led to the breakup oft
Jesnne Crain and husband Paul
Brinkman. since reconciled. .She
told the probers that Mr. Brink-
man (with whom she was infatuaul
ed) rejected her. . Her ven
seance was to peddle her "story"
for a mere $200. . Her maidea
name initials are C.K.
Mike Wallace's "Night B e a t"
teevee program (seen in New York
only) is the format now used on
the West Coast by newsman Bill
Stout. . He follows the pattern
popularized by Wallace inter interviewing
viewing interviewing public figures with pen
etrating queries. . He calls his
program "Eye To Eye" and. ac
coed in i to one of the Hollywood
trade journals, is already threat
ened with a lawsuit by two teevee
writers, who allege they created
that format,. V. Mr. Stout must
wonder why they are picking on
him and not Mike Wallace. . .Or.
lor that matter, Ed Murrew,
whose "Person To Person" theme
led the field years ago.
CIro's, Hollywood, low stars
newcomer named Shirley Bassoy
. . This is her second appearance
in tho u.S. . .Her initial booking
was m Las Vegas at El Rancho,
where she was hold ever several
weeks. . .She has sa appealing
song-stylo that holds tho eye and
ear from tho moment she bolts
out her first note. . Her figaro
is a aether major oatortainmont.
She is 21 years young. . Bom In
Wale of Jamaican father and
British mother. . la show bus!
nose only 4 years. . Warner's has
again changed the title of tho film
Orography of Helen Morgan. . It
will bo "Tho Helen Morgan Sto
ry" aot "Tho Jau Ago" . Ann
BhtH has the title roles . A wise
choice of Director Mike Curtis.
When ho signed her, many of tho
recording stars (who had hop
to inherit tho role) Mat Curtis
their tar-dronchod kerchiefs.
Miae Blyth, however, is so good
in the part that whon she wept a
torch sng yesterday tho large
cast of 7t cried with her. . Topic
A H still the Frank Sinatra-
Rex Harrison episode which aN de
ny. . But eyewitnesses, assure
this eJepartmeat that It happoa
and are emoted that Sinatra, who
can hit, didn't.
Columbia Pictures decided to
cancel "Friday the 13th," the dm
Vaa Johnson walked out on at the
last minute . Tbey cancelled it
because It would be too difficult
U cast H oa schedule since oth others
ers others m H could not wait having
previous commitments. . Vaa
Johnson was to receive $15e.noo
for only four weeks work. . The
company win negotiate to drop
their agreement with him for sev-j
erai other pictures. . Another act-
tnvolved ta dispute wita a
movie studio is Ernest Borgnme.i
who has take his argument with
the Hecht-mn-Lancsster outfit to
eoart. Tber wanted him to pay
thea a tremendous sum to settle
his contract. . Hollywood's bis
whisper is that a titled star beat
op the producer of bis show for
adTarfw ta hia wif tw At-
res current interest is starlet EVv

(Cold Steely LooK:

1
erly Garland, who will be enjoyed
in the Joe E. Lewis film. . .The
divorce action by Mrs. Beldon
Kattleman has tied up all his as
sets coast to Coast. . The courts
aare urged to learn his e x a c t
weaiin, wnich she believes is con,
sidcrably more than $5,000,000.
The Blackburn twin Will malrA
their debut in straight comedy
roles in John Patricks new mm.
edy,' "Good As Gold." It comes to
the Belasco Theatre March 7
iie iwo sets oi twin sisters and.
oy way oi coincidence, their
wives nave the same birthdav.
Oct. 26. . Dolores Del
confoundina the columnlstst.
ner steadiest escort is her lawyer
iL. Riley, with whom h hannm
uaie, uaa i.ivia rresiey spinning,
Dean of drama critics George
Jean Nathan, who celebrated hit
75th birthday last week, after a
long illness is well enough to stroll
around Midtown again. .Els a
Martinolll, making a movie in
London, has a now romantic inter interest.
est. interest. Ho is wealthy Prince Mancl Mancl-nelll
nelll Mancl-nelll of Rome. He flew to London
to gift her with a table coat. ..
Society's Mary Jane Lantburoh.
tho most publicized deb ef two sea
sons ago, is back teaching 3rd
grade pupils et the fashionable Allan-Stevenson
school for ; bova in
tho East 70s. . .Youngster Sal
Mine has no money problems.
His picture contract nava him tl
000 a week when bo does hia ar
my hitch. . Manr Parker mar.
rios Paul Fitzgerald, the painter.
in Melbourne, this week. Her
brother is Lt. Cemdr. Michael Par Parker,
ker, Parker, whoso divorce Ignited, tha
Oueon-Duke story,
Frustration dept: Robert Stack's

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ELECTRONIC "MOON" BEAMS Diagram above shows
- bow radio signals will bo used to take a "fix on the man man-.
. man-. mad "moon" the U.S. win try to launch into space during
' the International Geophysical Tear (July, 1853 December,
1058). As it orbtu around the earth at 18,000 miles an hour,
. the 20-inch satellite will transmit a faint radio signal which
- viB bo picked up by supersensitive, multiantennaed ground
receivers called "siinitract" Tho receiving equipment will
. compare the time requiml for the same signal to reach each
' ot tho antennas ot Mini track sites. Eleven such stations will
be set trp in a "fence" running north and south in the Western
Hemisphere. Data obtained will enable scientists to predict
quickly wher the speeding artificial moon win go next and
..aim their cameras and other Instruments accordingly. j

V
7
..A
New York
picture price has jumped fo $125,' $125,'-000
000 $125,'-000 per, film since Written On
The Wind,' But none of it goes to
him. The loot goes to 20th Century-Fox
and the Batjack Company,
who own his services. .Zsa Zsa
Gabor is another luring tall mon
ey, a lew years ago she got $50
per week on teevee. She parlayed
her accent and wit to where she
will earn over $175,000 this year
nor counting alimony. ,veteran
playgoers 'insistcritic Brooks At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson goofed in ; his review, of
"Holiday For Lovers'' wlen, he
reported: "Remember what Sia Sia-clair.
clair. Sia-clair. Lewis' Arrowsmith got out
of travel- abroad?" : They report
the Sinclair Lewis opus- was!
"D, odsworth". ..- Natalie Wood
hat transferred her affections a a-gaui.
gaui. a-gaui. From Nicky Hilton, to Bob
Wagner: v
Natalia barryl, 14. It tKo girl
who agreed to have her beautiful
hair tut off to get the role of one
of Stalin's mistresses in the film,
"The Secret Diary Of Stalin",
She has been in the U.S. five
years. ,A ,native of Soviet Bus
sia. ; She aspires to be a mu
sician and never expected to ap
pear in a movie. . She was one
of many girls who responded to a
newspaper advertisement all, of
whom were willing sto surrender
their tresses for the job". v The
shooting schedule of the quickie
film is ten days. . Miss Darryl
however, has a conrtact for 12
weeks. .He salary is $285 per
The rest of the time will bei de
voted to sending her on a nation
wide tour as a publicity stunt. ,
She will show the press the docu
mentation that Stalin liked hia
eirl-friends bald. . It will take at
least one year before her ; h a i r
srows backr i .Iier contract also
gives her three wigs io wear un
til that time. ."-.'
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WASHINfiTON1 Jl. Franklin D
Roosevelt Jr. has --decided to give
up his $60,000 contract as lobbyist
of bloody dictator Trujillo of the
Dominican ;epublic..X'J-f'.'',:-::"Sf :-
iruillio s latest reported mvoive-
menti n the disanDearance ot Set"
ry Murphy, the niiot who reputed
ly spirited Columbia proicssor je
sus. ae-uaunaez out oi me von,
was tod muclrfor young Roosevelt.
However; he's having trouble
With bis lobbying partner, Charles
Patrick who makes a special specialty
ty specialty of lobbying for dictators.. He
draws around $75,000 a year
from Spain. -l j -.,,;, 'v;:-
Roosevelt ,. informed Congress Congressman
man Congressman Charles Porter of Oregon that
he "wanotirenewinf" his contract
with TrujiliO. .v -A, ? ri : : .c.
But when Clark's office was ask
ed about this. Clark said he knew
of no change, later called Porter's
office to say, there naa oeen ? no
change in. his and Roosevelt's con
tract wuh, Trujillo. ---
Meanwhile, 'Porter has fwritten
letters to his GOP colleague, Con-
gresswoman Katharine SU George
oi wew xorK, to coi. trarrou uone,
vice oresldent of Fan American
Airways, and to Father Joseph r.
Thornmc.' who has Deen acuve a-

round Congress on behalf ef bothisuch as Egypt
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Trujillo and Franco,, cautioning
them about the medals they "" are
getting from Trujmo.; A, i ;
TENNESSEE TEAMSTERS
Last July John Seigenthaler, ace
reporter' for the Nashville Tennes-
seean, telephoned uave bcck. czar
or too Teamsters union, to ten mm
that two of his Tennessee teamster
bosses. Local 317, had police rec
ords and were up to the ears in
local shenanigans. :
He also relayed the same mes
sage to Jim Hoffa.' notorious team
ster czar for the Midwest states.
Seigemhalef has yet to, get an
answer from either, weanwrnie,
teamster activities m Tennesse
are followine a oattern which AFL-
CIO president George Meany and
most of the labor movement sin
cerely want to clean up, but whici
the boss oi tne worra s Diggesi u-
mon conaones.
W. A; Smith; Nashville teamster
business agent, has had numerous
arrests for drunkenness and as
sault, but somehow witnesses al always
ways always seem to be afraid to appear!
against bim.-.v,-':'':.;.'-'!.' : i
In 1953 he was arrested for beat-!
ing up Wallace Rasmussen, gener
al manager of the Meadowgoid ice
Cream, Company. Rasmussert was
all hot to press charges, But when
Smith went to trial Rasmussen re-
lusea to lane ine wiukm inu
Teamsters', power was too great.
i .1.'",-.1-'
rested for. assaulting Frank Allen,
manager of the Terminal Transport
Company. Alien nirea an attorney
to make sure the case was prose
cuted. ' s
But on the morning the case
came up in court the lawyer an
nounced that he was most embar embarrassed,
rassed, embarrassed, but Allen would not testify.
Again the power ot tne leamsiers
was too ereat. ', '' '.
Recently. however, thanks' t6 a
campaign by the Nashville Tennev
spran. tha) climate has changed.
Teamsters Perry H. Canada
and C B. Richardson have been
convicted of, murder, and other
teamsters have been fine for con
tpmnt of court.
Messrs. Beck and Hoffa, howev
er, did nothing to clean up.
WHY THE RUSSIAN ARMS?"
-When the fast-moving Israeli Ar
my bUtzed into Egypt last falL it
found the most amazing cache of
arms accumulated any place since
World War 11. : ,-,
Russian tanks, : artillery, naif
tracks, ammunition of every, kind
and description were spread out
over the Sinai desert. -r
. Tho store of arms was so vast
and varied that unquestionably it
was to be used not only, as an
Egyptian bato for attacking Is Israel,
rael, Israel, but for seme kind of Rus Russian
sian Russian drive to fake ever tha Near
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pronoun
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BRIW PIAIION

' The Israeli Army wiped out. or
captured this arsensl: ,
One' important point to be. con considered
sidered considered in any UN debate for tha t
punishment of Israel is 'why this
stock of arms was allowed to ac
cumulate and whether its aecumu
tion was not in fact an act of ag aggression
gression aggression against Israel,' v i'
If; for instance, Russia stored
arms 25 miles across the Mexican
border from El Paso,' the citizens
of Texas and probably the rest of
the, United States would have done
exactly what the Israelis did.
It's also important to note that
these arms didn't get to the Egyp.
tlan-Israeli border overnight.- 1
The United States first got word
they were coming, one' year f and
four months earlier June 1955.
it One month later, the President
met with Bu'lganin and Khrushchev
at Geneva. Yet nothing mas done
during the smiles of Geneva to stop
arms shipments obviously aimed
at war.: AiKffii ;
Two months later; Secretary Dul Dulles
les Dulles stopped a move 'by, Secretary'
of Agriculture Benson to dump sum
plus American cotton abroad, be
cause, Dulles said, it would hurt
America s cotton -.growing friends
A- few months later. Dulles be
gan to' urge Nasser to accept mon money
ey money for the Aswan Dam.' v
Nasser played coyj said he might
get the money from 'Russia. Dulles
urged, almost pegged hint to take
the money. ...h z-J
. Meanwhile, U.S. Intelligence a-
gents reported and American news newspapers
papers newspapers published that RussiSn
arms were pouring into Egypt, that
Russian pilots were training Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian pilots, that Russian techni technicians
cians technicians were training Egyptian tank tankmen.
men. tankmen. -' ,.
. All this time not a thing was
done by the 'United States to stop
the arms flow, which was sure to
lead to war. ifv -M- 'M',
NOTE i. These arms,, incident incident-allv.
allv. incident-allv. were- onlv 25 .miles from tha
home of Prime Minister Benu-s,
rion. Egyptian jet basea were less
than 30 minutes bombardment'
time away from Tel Aviv.
NOTE' 2 Harry Truman' told i,
me on Feb. 21, 1958, eight months
before the Israeli attack; "If I werd-,
in the White House I'd use the U-S,
Sixth Fleet to stip those arms be
fore they even got t h. r on g h,the
Bosporus; Hvir
US Merchant MarlTO
In SiInlll2Hl
SAINT NAZATRE.' France. Mar.
4 (UP) French police revealed '-
here today they arrested four, men
Who admitted fighting with an A'
merican merchant marine captain
who was later found murdered, ;
But police said the four were re-
leased later after an investigation
determined they were telling the
truth when they said that captain.

Capfain Murdered

Kooerc josepn wouun waixca a- v
way with another man after; the
fight i -, I
Wottlm was captain of the oil

tanker Longansport. ''

As ponce reconst r u c t e a tne

crime, the captain left the Larle-

ouin bar,- Place de la Nouvelle ;

Gare, about 2 a.m. Thursday1 He
iiad attempted to change dollars in in-o
o in-o francs at the bar but was re
fused, they said. i '-:
3-Year-OlcI Diesf
After Deep Swig!
Ofough Brandy M
SALIR. Portugal. March 4 JuP)
Three-year-old Sebastian Anto-'
nio Guerreiro died yesterday after
rasing a 'aeep swig from a pottle
when his parents left him alone in
tho house. The bottle- contained
rough local brandy.. ....
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No Gimmicks Necessary
For Quotable Zsa Zsa

By ERSKIN I JOHNSON

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Two

Zsa Zsa Zsa Zsa? If a panic.
"Dollink," she was telling me at
lunch. ''How can I stop myself
from "Healing scenes from my-

Sdme people may insist that
one Zsa, Zsa Gabor, like one Elvis
Presley, is enough, for this over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded planet. But not Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, which is about to give, us

two Zsa Zsa Gabors via the old

dual-role trick. She's .playing twin

sisters-r-a sexy siren and a news

paper gal in a new ,U-J, movie
''Stalin Is Alive!"

Not to heli prove that Zsa Zsas

Mill aliye, though.. She's as lively
es ever. Nor it it a celluloid insi

nuation that one Zse Zee j u a t
isn't enough to keep all of her

boy friends happy; I

"polUnk, I'd. like, to, remarry
George Sander but I'm afraid
my three other boy friends would
get mad. Really, I d marry George
again, it -he wasn't so stingy; Not
right how, thoughr because we're

having such a wonderful time to

gether hot. beiiemai-rie(LJ;i '.'

ZSA ZSA WAS rehearsing for

The Greet aael aij; CBS. rTV'ai
llayhouie M mber steak, -der-l

ed rare, arrived witn a rusn. Too

much of a rush. ? 1
Shercut into the steak and turn turned
ed turned the gabby-Gabor charms on
the waiter,-. f
"Dollink."' ihe said. "TM Is

much too rare.. Why, it's like eat

ing someone's best friend.
The steak left "with a rush and
Zsa Zsa was saying:
"ReaHy, I can't figure out men.
"Maybe,"; we said, "men can't
figure out you..

"T1jat srood. 'she beamed.

So was her Just-returned steak,
she said., which reminded her to
tell fee that she was a good cook
"I cooked three months for

George before- we were divorced.

MAYBf THAT WAS the reason

for the divorce?
"It could have been, dollink,'
aha said, "but I cooked for him

before we were married.' Which

reminded her:

"Yeii know. I' In favor ef

targe families. I believe every
woman should, have at least throe
husbands."
But should Hollywood have two
Zsa Zsas? -It-: may be quite a
strain..
"Dollink she said. "I'm no
longer just Zsa Zsa. I've become
a serious .actress. I no longer
just read lines. I worry about

reading meaning into them. Now
I play twins. In one role I play
Stalin's mistress and the other is
typically American. I'll act good.
You'll see."

WHICH REMINDED a CBS

press agent that Zsa Zsa ages to
50 years on the Playhouse 90 show.
"But there's no time for make makeup,
up, makeup, dollink, she said. "We do It
with a black veil and lighting
tricks."

As Zsa Zsa was saying:
"This Jayne Mansfield. She's

just sexy.' Not glamourous. Some

one should teach her how to be

glamorous. Like Ingrid Bergman

There is a glamorous woman. So

is Marlene Dietrich and Anita Ek

berg."

And that reminded Zsa Zsa that

the sculptor of the now famous A-

nite Ekberg nude statue telephon

ed her recently and asked if she

would be interested in posing for

him.

, Dollink," she told him. "Zsa"

Zsa does not need a nude statue

nude ttatue for. an. obvious rea
Ion., -r ;" ' I

Zsa Zsa talks herself into print,

Without being twins.
Or' being kidnaped.

First Off Six Hew
Vessels Launched

By Johnson Line

The Johnson Line of Stockholm

has announced the launching of

the M.S. Rio de Janeiro, the first

of six vessels ordered from una
holmen Shipyard. Goth e n b u r g,

Sweden. The vessel was christened

by Mrs. Antonia Axson Johnson.

The Rto.de Janeiro has a dead
weight capacity of 9000 tons, i

length of 450 feet between perpen

diculars and a speed on full Cargo

in excess of 19 knots. One hundred
and one thousand cubic feet of to

tal space Is refrigerated. The ves

sel has six holds witn two tnrouen

tweendecks, three deeptanks 'with
a capacity of 585 tons and two spe special
cial special holds for carrying skins and

hides. The Rio de Janeiro, as well:

as her five sister ships, will be e e-aiDDed
aiDDed e-aiDDed with 12 electee cranes

and will have steel hatches of

which seven tweendeck hatches

are hydraullcally operated.

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4:00 Feature Review

4-aowhat's Your Favorite (re.

quests taken by phone

till 3:00)
5:30 News 1 ?
5:35 What's Your Favor It
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6:00 Allen Jackson Comnjen
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'6:15 BLUR RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (PaDBi seer)
6 : 30 WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over To You -7:30
VOA Report From U.S;
8:00 Music By Roth
1 : 30 Proudly We Hall
fl:O0 you Asked For It (re.

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till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 concert Under The Stars
12:00-Slgn Off v

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 5

6; 00 Sign On Alarm Clock

, ClUD irequesta wtcu

by phone tin 7:00)
7:30 Mornine Salon Concert

:1S-M3hurch In The Wildwood

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9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A L

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10:05 Spins and Needles (re (requests
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till 8:30)

11:00 News
11:05 Spins and Needle
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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
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12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News,
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3 : 00 Hank Snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
' :' (r e q u ests taken by
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9:30 News

6:35 What's Your Favorite

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6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
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6:15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:300 n Stage America
(WRUL) -7:00
Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
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7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30-Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone

till 7130)

10:30 Music From Hotel El pan'

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10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Start

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TVA Self-Financing
Bill Proposed By

Senator Kefauver

WASHINGTON.' March 4 fUP)

Sen.- Ettes Kefauver (D-Tenn)

said today that legislation to put
the Tennessee Valley Authority on

a seu imancing oasis is needed

this year
But ho said the basic Droblem

to be decided in passage of such
a bill is "who is coins: to run

Kefauver, in- a statement ore-

pared for Tennessee television
stations, said that in recent years
the Burean of the Budget had
been "trying to get its oar"

into TVA- t
He said the most "elarinr

example", of. this was-the bu

reaus decision- mat tne way to
solve TVA's power problem was

through the Drxon-Yates planJ

Kefauver said that under a self-

financing system, TVA would
need authority to go secure pri

vate loans.

But he said the- Budget Bureau

'has already let it be known that

it will want to have control over
the bond issues, and the purpose

for wnicn they are issued."

"There is nothing in the

record," he said, "to indicate that

the Budget Bureau or the secre-1

tary of the Treasury could do a
better jot of running this system.

than can the board responsible to

Congress and the people.

He said TVA has been "running

behind" the construction which

should nave been underway juft

to keep .pace with the growing

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neei.

"It is quite obvious,'' he said.

"that this need isn't going to be

met in the future from appropri

ations. We therefore need this

(self-financing) bill this year.

Gold Coast Achieves Independence
Wednesday; To Be Known As Ghana'

LONDON. March 4 BIS) area, developments in local gov-, Minister when that office was ere-

a new coumry win soon join the;ernment ana constitutional ad- ated in 1952. The timing of the

vances have given the Gold Coast transition to independence has

ranks of thcworld's sovereign na

tions.

The Gold Coast will become

been by agreement between Nkru

mah's representative Gold Coast

government and the British gov

ernment through the dovernor.
While all the Geld Coast sup support,
port, support, the movement toward self-

government, distention has aris arisen
en arisen within the country since the

people more and more control of
their own affairs. Since 1946. when

"unana." un Wednesday, and with' me Legislative Council had an Afri Afri-the
the Afri-the new name will come a change can majority for the first time,
of status, for Ghana will have fukand represented Ashanti as well,
independence within the British' the advance has been rapid,
commonwealth. In 19V a wholly African commit
Announcing the independence tee, representing all sections 'of

date in. the House of Commons! public opinion and under the chair- ia Vi.ri .ht ih. Jh.
loot U,nk.. T !.: m.n.Kin election at0U tUt tOTIt The

tice (now bir Henley) Coussey,' te
was given the ,task of working ott A n'ew partyf the National Liber

,"J" Js cu,i"""- ation Movement (NLM) and its
tee s recommendations formed the associates, drawing support main main-h
h main-h S, ih .f0rt- b9 eomhtu1J, ly from Ashanti and the Northern
ior1'Wwl1' f llc tl0nif were. helii Territories, has been agitating for
in l'Jril hilt -fni. enhcnniifinf al .l 0.

,""' ""T "-introduction of a federal system

CRISTOBAL: 2131 !1U FANAM41 8-6SS6 1ST
balboa t un U&s, .

ain's Colonial Secretary, said

"It Is the earnest hope of Her

Majesty's government that at this

turning point in the history of the
Gold Coast all sections of the com

munity will be able to work to

gether for the general good. In

the name of Her Majesty's eov

eminent, I wish to convey to the
Government and people of the

country our heartfelt wishes for
its future success." 1

Togoland will be included in the

new state provided he United
Nations General Assembly ab

proves recommendations: to end
the present trusteeship agreement
by which Britain administers the

territory as part of the Gold Coast.
A clear majority of Tosolanders

voted in a plebiscite in May for
union with an independent Gold
Coast.

The history of the modem Gold

Loast is comparatively short.

Small British trading settlements.

through which eventually Western

institutions were to come to Afri

cans, came under British Govern

ment control in 1921. It is only in

the last 75 years or so that the
present territory, Covering 92,000
square miles, and with a total po

pulation of some 4V millions, has

been built up.
Today the territory comprises

the colony and Ashanti, the North Northern
ern Northern Territories and the Trust ter

ritory of Togoland under United

Kingdom administration.

The date chosen for independ

ence, incidentally, Is the date
the agreement with the Fantl
Chiefs was signed in 1844,' from
which British power and juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction are generally derived;
Since 1850, when the first legis legislative
lative legislative council was set up for the

The 1951 legislature, by includ

ing representatives tf the North Northern
ern Northern Territories and of trans-Volta
Togoland, for the first time repre represented
sented represented all the peoples of the GoK

(Joast. .. -.

The present constitution .'was
Introduced. inVWS and; .brought

the Cold coast to the' threshold

of full self-government. Worked

out in agreement with local po

litical leaders. It follows broad broadly
ly broadly the British parliamentary mod model,
el, model, except that "it provides, for
only a single chamber.

Election for the 104 single-mem

ber constituencies is by secret bal

lot with direct universal adult suf

frage. The leader of v th majority
party is called by the Governor

(who is appointed by the U.K

ogvernment) to take office as
Prime Minister. He then advises

the Governor on the choice of oth
er Ministers.
The cabinet, thus formed,-is re

sponsible to the legislature, and
apart from matters still subject to
the Governor's authority mainly

external affairs, defense and po

licehas control over the whole ad

ministration of the country.

The removal of the Governor's

powers next March will complete

the transition to self-government

In the elections of 1951 and 1954,

the Convention Peoples Party

(CPP) won majorities and formed

governments' under Dr. Kwame
Nkrumah, who became Prime

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which, it is held, would prevent
domination of these regions by the
people of the colony through the

err. w

The CPP opposes federalism, but

is prepared to support a consider

able- amount of regional devolu

tion, a numDer oi attempts nave
been made to reconcile these op opposing
posing opposing views, but without success.
The NLM has repeatedly refused
to take part in joint discussions
with the CPP. It has also delined
to discuss its views with Sir Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Bourne, who visited the Gold
Coast in 1955, at the request of its
government, to advise on region

al devolution..

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Respite this setback, Sir Fred

erick produced from his inquiries

a report recommending creation of

tour regional assemblies with ad advisory
visory advisory functions. This has been
accepted in, principle by the Gold

(.oast government.
Because of this failure to re

solve the constitutional dispute the

criusn uovernment, m May, 1955,

declared the aim of early inde

pendence could be achieved only
after the peoples of the G o 1 d
Coast at a general election had

been given 'a full and free oppor

tunity to consider their constitu

tion and to express their views on
it." The statement added that the
British Government would be pre

pared to accept a motion calling

for independence within the Com

monweaith passed by a reasona

ble majority in the newly elect

ed legislature. It would than de

clare a firir date.

The election was held in July,

1956 and the CPP won 71 of the

104 seats all 44 seats in the Colo Colony
ny Colony arta. eight out of 21 in Ashan

ti (where it was opposed by the

NLM, which won 12 seats), 8 out
of 13 in Trans-Volta Togoland, and

11 out of 26 in the Northern Ter

ritories (where t h e remaining

seats were won by the Northern

Peoples Party). t
Freedom Fighter

Loses Freedom

To Mama Sabor
NEW YORK, March 4 (UP)
Mrs. Jolie Gabor, mother of the
famous Gabor sisters, was mar married
ried married today to a Hungarian free freedom
dom freedom fighter who arrived in the
United States only five weeks ago.
The wedding brought to a total
of. 13 the number of marriages
of Mama Gabor and her three
daughters. This was Mama's
third trip to the altar. The bride

groom has Deen married once
before.
Twe Daughters There

Sotirio will carry you smoothly
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pulling; bunching.
. Yts, Safina makes your iron fly -cuts down fron
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Mix Satina with your hot, readyto-iron starch and
aee just hour delightfully easy it is to iron the
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Mama was given in marriage
by two of her beautiful daughters

Magda and Zsa Zsa. Magda has

been married four times and zsa
Zsa thrice. Eva could not attend
the wedding. She is in California

getting her third divorce.
The best man was Brig, Gen

Sidney Wooten, commanding gen

eral of the Camp Kilmer. N.J

refugee center where the bride

groom, Count Edmond De Szi Szi-getby,
getby, Szi-getby, was admitted to the U.S.

The Count gave his age as 44.
Zsa Zsa said it was closer to 47.

"I believe mama's 54," she

said, "but please make her 49,"
As for herself, Zsa sa admitted

As for herself, Zsa Zsa admitted
make me 29

She gave her new step-father

a big kiss and told newsmen:
Freedom Lett

"He was a freedom fighter, but

when he came over here, he soon
lost his freedom quick."

Everybody laughed but the
bridegroom. He does not under

stand English.

"I feel i happy, my head is
swimming," said Mama, wearing

an off the shoulder green em

broidered satin gown, a pink hat

and green satin shoes.
The Count looked bewildered.
Some asked him how be felt.
Mama Gabor answered for him.
"Just fine, just Cine," she said.
- The marriage ceremony wee
held in a mansion Just off Fifth
Avenue Where Magda and her
fourth husband fave. He is indus industrialist
trialist industrialist Arthur Gallueci.
Mama. Gabor said she and the
Count first met in Hungary and
parted 13 years ato when she
came ta the U.S. with, her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Tbey met again at a party,
here a few weeks ago. ;
"It .was love all ever siaia,,
Magda said.

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SURE POP Gene Fullmer, left, and Manager Marv Jensoit

take a good look at the picture of the new champs fight
with Sugar .Ray Robinson.-The smile on his face giver you a
rough idea of the Utah Strong Boy's slant on return matchi r

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NIGHT of the QUEENS

TONIGHT AT

official home
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Carnival Queen

H. M, ROSALIA i
See the entrance of Queen Rosalia
and her court into the Patio!

Sec the Queens of other social centers
pay their homage to H.M. Rosalia I
tonight in the patio!

CONTINUOUS MUSIC for DANCING
from 9 p.m from 3 orchestras!
Carol Greaves Trio playing at regular
. dinner in the BALBOA ROOM

TOMORROW NIGH T
Last night of Carnival celebrations,
the Night of the Com parses groups
dressed alike. (No commercial themes
I permitted Dance till the "Burial
" of the Sardine

Admission:
TONIGHT .. it per aern
TUESDAY .. II per penen
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CRACKERS FOR THE ROOSTER San Francisco's Chinatown reverberates to the
sound of firecrackers as Chinese welcome in the Year of the Rooster, 4455 in their
lunar calendar. This spectator got awajr, just in time as firecracker went off.

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FILLING THE YARD This is Scotland Yard's new in information
formation information room, which is responsible, for an area of
736 square miles, populated by eight-and-one-half-million
personB. Officers taking calls sit On ide of
table and forward incoming messages to inspector.

WELCOME HOME, SKIPPER Capt. Aage Petersen, master of the supertanker y,
Esso Gloucester, gets & hero's welcome from his grandchildren at Harbor. Island,
Tejc. Captain Petersen figured in a recent sea rescue. His ship picked up crew of
12 from a banana boat. Mr. and Mrs. John Heres and children welcome him.

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MY, THAT WAS A WET ONE We feel as if we have no business peeking in at
these gourami, but pur callous photographer, no respecter of fish life, did take
this picture at the Bronx zoo. Gourami are a fresh-water fish from Malaya.

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MOVE FOR MOVIES Carole Michelson, 18, proudly
wears her citation as "Queen of the 48 States" won
in a contest in conjunction with movie, "King and
Four Queens." Carole lives in Silver Spring, Md.

CUDDLES ON THE BALCONY Cuddles, favorite pet of Randy Lyons in Cedar
Rapids, la., has his own private balcony from which he watches the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. House and balcony are about one foot off the ground. Cuddles has to tay
in backyard because of the city's dog, ordinance, but geU.out.in .summer.,

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Saar region, proudly posed with West German president Theodor Heuss when he one-man controls of a Drillcat at a road-builders'
visited the region for the first time since the area was reunited with Germany. ; show in Chicago, Ifs used to drill holes for blasting.
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Owf$ld Constitution hall, In Fairbanks, "congressmen" exhibit the proposed flag.

T7EY that unlocks the r

A door to statehood for

Alaska may be the same
one Used first by Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee put Congress, on the
spot by acting as if state-
hnnH wpro olrnHv n fart

and not just a hope. To do

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a constitution. In her most t
determined bid for the I
prize of statehood, Alaska

f.WnWA rilUiaill' Kigali 4X1114 :
Ernest Gruening (her for- jr

iiiei governor j es sena-

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wia biiu xvciipii Aivers ana
E. L. Bartlett as "repre "representatives."
sentatives." "representatives." Alaska has
even designed a new 49 49-star
star 49-star flag, one With seven
rows of seven stars each,
to show how her admis-, a.
sion w6uld change the
Stars and Stripes. Mean-
while, out in the wide Pa-
ciflc, another applicant for
membership Hawaii
is hoping to beat Alaska

into the Congress of the fc

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PfclTTtfclS POXLEBA Mrs. Luzvelia Domlngues de RAmltez,
dinner of the prize for the most beautifulvPoUera at last
,iiight's "dance at the Hotel El Panama, shows her dress to one
Crfhe judges' Mrs. Ruth Ehrman (right). Mrs. Ramireajwon,
c -Laguna. watch, 'which had been donated by jCasa Fast Fast-JJch,
JJch, Fast-JJch, jWlnper pr the prize lor the best montuno was Bolivar
i i I 1 !" MWW Jr.:' :'-v.".

SAN BLAS DANCES, POLLERA, MONTUNO CONTEST
MAKE 'POLLERA NIGHT' 'GALA AFFAIR AT EL PANAMA
' v PoUera JWjthj; was celebrated throughout Panama last night.
-T61dos were crowded to capacity by merrymaking dancers who
swung from 'Panamanian native dances to rock 'n roll, rhythnj
without' mlss'lh'rf a beat, . -
-, At the Hotel El Panama wearers of magnificent pollerai and
elaborately' embroidered montunos. outnumbered by" far those
clad In "cdnvehtl6nal party clothes. The montuna, e peasant
'blouse Vrsibri of the pollera, was favored by many ladies who
Attended from the Canal Zone. Many of these were beautifully
made and represented many hours of work, A group pt "gringos"1
who were clad in montunas and montunos paid homage to Queen
' Rosalia I and gave Ah exhibition of native dancing to the delight

the back- of the caps bung black'
strips, which looked from a di distance
stance distance like lank hair. The men

wore White sailor pants, loose

blouses nd hats with a big straw)

brim, decorated with parrot featn-

era and no crown. From the edge.

ef hole ,in the center of the hat,
taller feathers sprouted. :
tToTfhe music of the Ma pljptf

i TU mnst exotic event of the eve

: mini was 'the-arrival of a small

I group Of San -BUS Indians, who
' Brought offerings of fruit for the
j hieea ; The women wore mola
! bloutes in orange and Mack with
?owered draped skirts of black and
hits. tovtheirheadi-theywore
peaked caps made of molama molama-terial
terial molama-terial to match. theirJ)lDUses.Trom

( 'if. y i M V) I 1
FOR parents of teen-ase sons:

"Without realising it, you may be

olaved by the men. the group danc- s."1" "U'J", -"i

ed such numbers as The Dance of i spendln- moncy he knows
khe Grandmothers," and "T h o hw hamii. . ,

SSS'-iui K' etattat you are if you
SUor sHornpipo), burthe i nui:liaven,t the vaguest idea of where

nothing' but the wind on the ; ,u the money he needs without
. papoUera parade for the judg.'WOrkuig for any of it, he is prob prob-tag
tag prob-tag of the best pollera, was mott aWy, time hanging around
interesting. AU contestants were joints :. or aimlessly riding around
beautifully gowned that it seemel m a car r
impossibl? t, choose between thm.' If you Secretly feet that tie shows
But the board of judges examine! lega regpect for you- 'than he
each pollera with eale eyer. Pet;l8hould, it may well be that you
ticoatsy shoes jewellery were a t. haven't demanded that he show re re-noted
noted re-noted before the prize was awarded spect for adults,, simply because
to the wear of a magnificent gown they are adults,
embroidered in red. f
-1 The montuno contest, was ton If you've listened without prd
ducted almost as a parody on the test when' he referred to- teacher

poiiera contest, contestants punei

on their pipes a; they swaggered
by exhibiting the finer points o I
their montunos. By the time fb
winning montuno .was chosen a
hieh noint, in hilarity had been!

reached. : ; ;": -j u-'fi-.'

. Carnival plans for today Include

a foot parade by Queen Rosalia at

4,. p.m. sne will oe accomnamea

by her court and costumed groups.
There wilt be public dancing in ail

the parks a from 8 p.m. At 9 oS
clock the Qneen win .visit variout
clubs and social centers in the- ci

ty. She will make her grand en-l

as "01d lady sond-so" or spoke of
a friend's father as "Joe's old
man," can you really be surprised
that he isn't respectful to you?

IF you have a daughter you
know what you expect from the
boys : who take her out. But have
you taught your own son that if he
is old enough to date, he is old et et-noiigh
noiigh et-noiigh to feel' responsible for the
girl whose parents entrust her to
him? Have you impressed on him
that being responsible for her In Includes'
cludes' Includes' driving carefully, hot tak taking
ing taking j her anywhere her Darents

don t- want her to go,, getting her

nome on time ana not risking ner
reputation and her safety by park parking
ing parking ''etc.? i ,j y'- i
v Instead of going to" bed before

your .son 4s In at night because
you are too tired to sit up, do you
have the gumption to see that he
gets In at a reasonable hour? )
Boys: from rgood homes" Are
getting into seridus rouble fot no

But there :must be reasons. And
It is "well for jparents to start look looking
ing looking for them before their own chil children
dren children set Into difficulties that might

have been prevented.

Each notice for inclusion in this
column" should be iubmttttd In
type-wrilten form anrf mailed
the boa number listed itUy tn 'Se-
del sad Otherwise.!' er delivered ;
by hand te the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone. -.;',rj ,, j, V;
D.A.jt. Executive Board ' i
Will Meet At Tlvoli '.
Wednesdey Afternoon

The Executive Board the Pa

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua, March 4
t1fA 4 'n.e A kAfvde" hdktWeln

p ; i Zi "ir Nicaragua ana nonuuw
Patfama Hotel at U p.m. longstanding territorial di S P u t e
. i was stepped up last weefc
Cjrnlvet Dance Sources close to the Nicaraguan

""! I Arnmnt rharffed that Honauras

A carnival dance will beein this i- iph

i . -i was uiuvuiK

V.i?1 V4"0 ? along the Cruta River,, near the
p.nrrwith continuous music until V whpi r

o clock tomorrow morning. The!

proceeds will go to the charities of,
the Alumnae Association of S.
Mary's Academy and to the ColoV

w u.m in w.. u..t ra uiviikVU Tf VIM
en's Club who are the sponsors of
the dance. Tickets at one dollar per

person, may be obtained at lh

door and the attractive door prize

is a trip for two to Taooga island
Ambassador Of Icueder

Gives Dinner Party

The Ambassador of Ecuador Dr

Hugo Moncayo and Mrs. Monca

yo gave a dinner party at the Em
fiaxsv resiifenra Ml Ij Cratta 5Sot

urdaySnigbt for a group of thtur

menus. .:- w'.' '.
Dinner' Party Planned

For Mr. end Mrs. Rodrloaei

On Saturday, March 2,' the Cuban

cnarse D'Attaires ana sirs. Fran

Cisco Miranda, the Secretary of the!

Mexican umnassy ana urs. Aiton-

so Estrada-Berg, and Mr. and Mrs
Hector Cascante will have a din din-nar
nar din-nar party at the. Port .Amador Of

ficers' Club in honor of Mr. and

.rauvwn! Vook officier. club.

tney wiu vacation lor a monuu

Nireraman border.

The sources said the show of hos

tility by Honduras foiiowea Nica Nicaragua's
ragua's Nicaragua's protest .against the recent
creation by Honduras of the .De .Department
partment .Department of Graclas a pios which
comprises territories claimed by
Nicaragua. ''
r.pn Anastasio Somoza. com

mander in chief of the Nicaraguan
National Guard, voiced the guard s
readiness to "protect our territory
.. ihm. i0ittmte matrimony of Ni-

Learaguans. against the pretensions

of other states' xne gu
'ml armed force. ;

.. Creation of the new department

of Gracias

nth department vas announcoa uy
tne three-man Honduras military
government Junta on Feb. 21.

Stiebritt and Kevin Bradley plac

ed first for the waltz.
Th. ludaina was competently

done fcy Mr. and Mrs. Blackely

anil wire' Jones

Mrs, Butz and Mrs. Trench were
the assistant hostesses for the eve eve-hing.
hing. eve-hing. The nett Jamboree will be

held saturuay xuarcis at w m

Despedlde Luneheoa Coven
For Ambassador Of Haiti
The Cheree d'Affairei of the Cue

temalan Embassy in. Panama En

covers the northeastern corner of

Honduras and takes its name from
Cape Gracias a Pios which juts in into,
to, into, the Caribbean on the border be between
tween between the two countries.

Most of the area comprised by

tne new Honduras department is
SDarselv settled with onlv half a

dozen small settlements along the

so-called Mosqmtf coast. :
However, the area is considered
to have oil production potentialiti

es and American oil companies are

conducting surveys there for pe

troleum deposits, v
(The seriousness with which Ni
caraguarMews the latest develop

ments was indicated by the fact

that President Luis Somoza and

his" cabinet discussed the situation

during a nightlong session ending

at oawn yesterday.
Radio Eauis. a local broadcast.

ing station, reported that three
Nicaraguan women had been ar

rested and tortured In Tegucigal

pa, the Honduran capital.

l)S Vessel Builds
AII-Yealher Base
In Anlarclic

BUENOS AIRES. March 4 (UP)

The' United States attack trans

port: Wyandot arrived here this
morning from the Antarctic after

building an all-weather base In

Ft. Clayton NCO Wives the Weddell 'Sea in record time.

Held Social IThlS: Is the first port tho Wyandot

Th Fwt ciavton N.co. wivesnas toucnea since lea vine runta

Club held their regular mommy LArenas, twie, Dec. a,. 1958 bead

nama vanai uiapier, wauonai ao- about babv know j.km

S.:8 '"-"JJi I imagine most fathers' ere tooJ

TrBT'w.i7. tr, ih7Att Certainly the Prtace is. k n
ballery ofr tb XlVOU Guest House hep thumh- nnt vA. nvWv She
AU Dfficeri are urged to attend ZzHStJJT iSM-' tt

tn )u h.U KH1. 10 .-V J... !.., eu-

-vw uwu MXUVtf AV MB UUV .,,

Has she any likes and dislikes?
Yes, she hates hats. If I wear
one near her, she has one of her
very rare crying spells.
cu v. .ma4..ji.

oy the Curundv Women's Club at S, zrZ.

the Community' BuUding Wedne VoSTph her which ii
day morning .9 ,.mT Nomination IS 5? h- must do it rentiWou"
Of officers for the eomin vear w II bt musl d0 11 surrePtlU0U

be made. Refreshment will be re reserved
served reserved and it is asked that all mem- On the other hand she loves her
1. i .. . . J ...l T i 1 -1

consideration.

Ciirtlndu Women's CluV
Will Meet Wednesday

A special .meeting will be held

white ceiling and marbled floors
white furniture with yellow decorar
tions; animals and so on.'
Many many gifts are coming In,
and we still get 200 to 400 tetters
a day.'. On the second, day after,
the-birth it was 7,000. Of course,
we can only- answer them bit by
Toys afid foDs : Will, there are
so many they can't possibly all-go
hi- the nursery at. vnetime. Tho
biggest is an enormous teddy bear,
sent her by the officers and men
of an American submarine station stationed
ed stationed in the harbor when she was
bora. It will scarcely go in the
dJoor. r: .-vm t-'-:,.ni
YeSi of course she will grow up
to be s sailor. And I hoDe she will

be a horsewoman, too.,

Eight Cargo Ships
From M erchsnl Heel

tional League of American P.et -''J.only cries .when she, is hungry. :
Women will meet at th Tivol ( sleeps, wonderfully aU. night WASHINGTN, March- 4 (UP)
Guest House, Wednesday afternooi ,. m about 9:30, after her last Peru told, the U.& Maritime ad-

bers make .an effort to attend.

Pen WemesfWill Meet:T;; ; I

The Canal Zone Branch of the Na

bath, and begins to coo when she: I

sees nurse Margaret stanl or me
preparing It.. ,. I
inent' frVim hofci ttnrl notVldkrslfe

at 4:80.

All members' and, prospective
memberf are asked to attend.

evening meal, until her breakfast

St 6.

She is fed six times a day, at
3-hour intervals. Apart from the

Nurses Will Meet natural milk I am happy to be

At Cristobal able to give her, she has a littl

The 67th regular meetina of The suDolemcntarv powdered milk, be

Isthmian Nurses' Association wi t log a healthy and hungry child.
be held Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m.' I don't know when she will bt

in me Red Cross Building. Old, weaned. It Will depend on ut.

Cristobal.

Dr. Robert X. Koenlng. C h 1 e f
Medical Services, Coco Solo Hos-

pub i, wui oe guest speaaer. He
has chosen "Dangerous and Poi,
sonous-Marine Life In Panama
Waters" as his subject.
Dr. Kooning is well known as an
authority on Skin Diving and is
an enthusiast of underwater pho photography.
tography. photography. He baa collected manv

specimens and pictures to illus

trate nis lectures.
Dr. Koening was born in Dal
las, Texas.1 He attended S. M. U-i
Diversity, graduating from South

western Medical School in 1949.

Gandelon.. the child welfare spe

cialist. f- ;.
Oh, yes, I took infant welfare
classes, like many American girls
at Stevens School, Philadelphia. 1
I think they were definitely val valuable
uable valuable I can check whether. Caro Caroline
line Caroline is gaining weight satisfactori

ly, as she certainly is, and so on.

ministration todav that it wants t a

buy-eight eargo ships from the U.
S. Merchant Marine reserve fleet.
A martime spokesman placed
the estimated value of the ships at
about $6,000,000.. ; ;
Peruvian Vice' President Luis
Galld Porras, president of the Pe Peruvian
ruvian Peruvian Ship Corporation, a govern
meht-opersted agency, told report,
era after conferring J with deputy
maritime administrator admiral
Walter C. Ford "the prospects look looked
ed looked good.'
He visited the State Department
where he talked to acting Assistant
Secretary of State for Inter-AmerU
can Affairs,, Roy R.: Rubottom Jr.

Peru needs the ships, Porras

then serving his Internship in New mouth is Mid t0 be Kke mine She

uiwaua i itiHriue nospiiai. in lVal
he came to Gorgas Hospital as a
resident physician, leaving to servo

tnree years in the U.S. Army.'Dr
Koening was re-emnloved as resi

dent physician, .Colon Hospital, in

io ana maae ciuef. Medical Serv
ices, Coco Solo, Hospital, 1956,

wiiil. Tuesdav at the N.CO. Open! ed for the ice-packed antarctic wa-

(... tiintM w faaliiran al an-Iters in Oneration Dierfreeze TI.

rique Pelleeer Lopex and his wife t.t-t w the avpnine. The The Wyandot. commanded bv

gave a luncheon at the Guatema-1 viita Ki.nhant eift raffle was won Capt. Francis M. Gambacorta.

Ian Embassy yesterday in hono-1-.- Mtj f0Y Blonde. Refreshments' penetrated the Weddell Sea further

urar aarvan atier me stmn. man auj uuici amu ui uicviuus

RmiHpi a larse attendance of, ly reached, but Was turned 'back

resular members, the club Was

honored by tho presence of nume

ous guests and two new memoers;
Mrs. Lorraine Forbes aftd Mrs.
faora Earhalt.
The N.C.O. Wives Club next

meeting will be a Business Meet-

in tnmnrrnur at Tan TI m an ina

were introduced in tho elimlnstiortNa0 Qpen if ess. All members
numbers and for the selection- ,j ... eordiali- invited to

attend' r

of the Ambassador of Haiti

Mrs. Louis E. Decatrel,

Teenage Jamboree Hole!
At Hotel Washtagteti
The second Jamboree for

Harnett and Dunn ballroom dance
class was held last Friday at the
Washington hotel for their Atlantic

Side students, several novel ideas

the

different partners, xne parents as
usual had just as good a time as

the children. -Due
to the Carnival season Per

nett and Dunn included the Tambo-

rito in their show. The ballroom!

Dance point system wss used for
the competition dancing and the

winners for the Fox-trot were Tula

Martino and Jack BedwelL

James Manning and Carol Sea

man took the honors for the Jitter.

bug-Bop combination and Edith

v'j TOSIORKOW' NIGHT IS THE Nl6HT TO ROIOIBERI
: v lire rrery hour at El Panama, home of IOI ROSALIA I,
' Panama National CarniTal Queen, where celebrations ;
are really something to talk about! l?K; U f
Vl Xontmuous Music (from ? p.m.) b3 Orchestras
CURENCE .'"',:-,;-V-' LUCHO"?:- ' QUEEN'S
MARTIN AZCARRACA; : .MURCA, (BAND)..
V MUSIC FOR REGULAR DINNER (BALBOA ROOM) by CAROL CREAVES TRrO-

SEE THE GAY COLORFUL COMPARSAS

A- f

A 1

Set their ntran"j Jo tht patio (No commercial v ;
themes allowed). Com arly, stay4atot Partkipafte 1....
In thp 'ceremony of tht "Burial of tht Sardine, at dawnl ;
j.4 ADMISSIOX: IJ.H per persea

uoron bt Thx monxa at
I oca tablx if desired
CALL MrTRE DWTtX DWTtX-FOB
FOB DWTtX-FOB BESEETATIO.NS

f-Vr

A

Rev. Blakeiy Spooks
Te Beta Slome- Phi

Boots Mitchell, was hostess for

the regular meeting ol tne sou
S fin Phi Sorority. Beta Chanter.

Kay Klontz President, presided ov over
er over tho meeting, a nominating

committee was chosen. Norma Do

Vol, Jean Coffey, and Jean Judge
will be the nominating committee.

It was announced that the Ritual

6f Jewels will be held at the home

of Ruth Morris, for Pledges, Alice

Ertxson, Betty ua tn, ana oots
Mitchell.

Boots, introduced the quest

speaker zor the evening, Rer, Ray

Biauey, wno's topic was "liye's

Miracle in Marriage." A Highly n

tertalnisc and interesung speecn.

Those attending the meeting were-

Kar Kiontx. Boots MitchelL XeUiH

Wsiaio, Norma DuVol, Lene vei

Stroop, jean juoge, Alice r-mon,

Anna- slay Uutcnerr ectty (Men
Marion Green, jEvylen Redmond
Alice Peterson. Ruth Morris. Mie

key .Moore, Doris Lesser, Nancy

Ramsey, rat saucy, &atnieen jw

man, Doily uousiey, and Anna
Mav. Butcher. Kelly Wainio assist

ed Boots Mitchell ia serving the re

freshments. .-

ShopIIov Describes
Sovlsl Pdnllng ils
Art 0! Hew Life

MOSCOW, March 4 (UP-Pecm-

er Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri

Bhepilov told the Moscow Congrees

of Artists that Soviet painting was

me "an ot a new me.

I uui ursc puouc address since
1.J . A If. ...

ed Foreign Minister after praising
Soviet art created ia the 40-years
since the revolution attacked "ab "abstractionist
stractionist "abstractionist Western art as a ''pa ''pa-theological
theological ''pa-theological delirium' and "mocke "mockery
ry "mockery of human feelings and ideas."
ShepUor recalled before the au audience
dience audience of the all union congress ao
exhibition of neo-realism contri contributed
buted contributed to by U nations which he
ksd see recently in Paris. "The
only consolation of the exhibit,"
he said, "was that in the oesiod of

Dearly three hours we spent, we

by ice from its originally planned
construction site. Technicians a-

board eventually picked a spot lo located
cated located between the British base of

Shackleton and the Argentine Bel Bel-grano
grano Bel-grano Base.
Because of the time lost plowing

tnrough ice in company with the
cutter Staten Island, the Seebee
crew beaded by Lt. Comdr. Hen Henry
ry Henry Stephens had to d a 50 day
Job in a le days to avoid being

trapped oy closing ice.

..With tho aid of all hands who
could be snared, the fob was done

without the loss of a single piece

of eaulpment or serious injury.

Thirty-nine men were left on the

Ice to spend tho winter making

scientific observations in connec

tion with the 1937 geophysical

year.; :

'Brink..

dlotsofpep?

Un

aeceptWeld ft ...,C,'.'V-'-;.. -New
Catholie Davhters
Sunday eveninff at v.-an r.nnrt

sancta Maria No. 447. Catholic

vaugnteri of America, held a re

ception for new memberi n. St

Mary's HaU, Balboa, C.Z. C.Z.-Potted
Potted C.Z.-Potted Plants and flowera of

purple, white and yellow were us-

eu in a oeauuiui arrangement to
decorate the hall and carry out the
colors of the Order.

"'"""JZ .T:ksaid to exnand its exnort business

doetor ru"wllu1."' along the Peruvian roast as wefl

As she gets older-she is 5V4 J." ttoXLXL, E m-
weeks this week-end-I tbtik-to&f
looks more and more like the tT "IpI
Prin- r.,!!.,,!,,!. ,m, rf bo" and from Peru,

A maritime spokesman- said it
would take 'an act of congress to
sell the ships to Peru. This means
hearings must be held at which re representatives
presentatives representatives of U S, shipping lines
and the U.S. Navy would speak foe
or against the request.

of her face..

She has. .dark .blue eyes, like
Rainer much darker than mine,
and has- broad forehead. Her

has a lovely complexion, absolute

!y without, blemish, and light
brown hair.- ...

. ., If Peru is granted permission, ;
And they. say. she is s very fte miritime spokesmad said, it
pretty child, but how should I'-muet put down 25 per cent of the

anuw r

.Even our Monaco weather is not
"gDod";Bough far ber -to have a
daily Outing in the grounds; but
often the sun is warm enough for
Margaret Stahl or myself .to- take

her for a ride in tne lovely pram,
with its dark blue hood, which
Princess' Charlotte, Raihers' moth

er, sent her from Paris

She is a bit too young, obviously,

to nave ravounte colors. But 1
like white for her and pastel
shades, particularly of yellow.

Mos of her clothes are white

The impressive cere m oh v w a 1

conducted by the Grand Regent but she has some colored ones!

auu icrnronai tepuiy, jsidermae including a sea-green sweater

knitted before she was born.

Her nursery suite, consisting of
a playroom and bedroom, kitchen

ette and bath, is rather charming
I think, with pale yellow "walls,

The Ink ef diScreat.

Breah aetmMea re blended hat
Slue teauue eVeak. TeH I tap
araly Barer, en4 thrive ea Ste Tfta

enaB-pacitM teo t

fee. At Bwaltnna

r between neala-.

V4 cHxe yoaj

tefreehment f ow

nn,alKMV.

Duff, assisted bv offlcen and mam.

oers of the Court Dorothy Rose,
Vice Regent. Mary Jovce. Marcra.

ret Hern, Irene Veno, Phyllis Best
Polly Kaelin, Maxine Fitxgersld,
Dolores Chsput, CecUia Waldorf,
Helen Wise, Audrey La u g h r e n.

num uummaw, Mary jucculiougb

na veanne uenancxj,

The follow ng were received Into
the Court: Mee B. Cross, Angela

minon, vioia eipg,-cat h e r i n e
Broome, Marion CV Amos. Louise
Mae La Chapeue, Mary Murphy,
SaDy, McFadden. Anna Taverni.

Mary Mick, Anne M. Parks, and
Katherlne Tallercia.

At the conclusion of the ceremoJ

ny, ratner Melvin, the Court Chap
lain, addressed the members. His

words were air inspiration to both

new and old members.

Refreshments were served after
the reception. The table was decor decorated
ated decorated artirtieaUr with tmrnlar and

yeuow. giaaioias mtermingied with
a spray of baby's breath to lend a

delicate air to the arrangement

Dullest General
Elecllon Underway
Throuphoul Ireland
bCBLTN. March 1 CtTP fra.

land's dullest-over (eneral election

campaign ended yesterday with A A-m
m A-m eric an -born opposition leader

tamon do vaiera favored to win

a narrow majority and return tn

office a bare three years after bow-l

int; out to Joha A. Costello's coau-

uon aroup.
Polling in the "election nobody
wants' takes place tomorrow. Par

ty bosses finished their country-

wwe iwuiei loaay ana tne winaun

of the esmDaurn takes nlsce in1

Dublin today with mass demonstra-j

Uoni scheduled.
Feellnf that the T4-raar old Man

hattan-bora former Lea roe of Na

tions oresldeat would win harden-!

ed. The alternative ia a possible
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Redleg Manager Wants Hacker
To Elaborate On Usual Windup

NEW YORK, March 4 (UP) Manager Birdie

Tebbets of the Cincinnati Kedlegs rejected the "Don

Larsen no-windup fad" today when he set out to re-

. write the Brooks Lawrence story with Warren

Hacker in the starring ro.

i Tebbetts' strategy Is the di direct
rect direct opposite of Larsen's "per "per-i
i "per-i feet came tactics" which have

.. caught on with so many other

pitcher. Specifically, Biraie
wants Hacker to elaborate on

his normally moderate windup

' and perhaps produce something
' akin to the Bobo Newsom wind wind-!
! wind-! mill delivery.
"I want Hacker to yet more
,i .: body motion into his windup,"
if Tfthhctt exnlalhed. "In that

way, be should hide the ball
more effectively from the hit hitters
ters hitters and should have more
power behind his fast ball."
' The fact that the 33-year-old

Wacker had a 3-13 record for

the Chicago Cubs doesn't scare

Tebbetts in the least. Only a

year ago he took Lawrence, who
bad a 3-8 mark from the St.
Lous cardinals in 1955, and

made him into a pitcher who

won his first 13 decisions ana
finished the campaign as a 19 19-game
game 19-game winner. And Tebbetts Is
certain he'll give Cincinnati its
first National League pennant
i- since 1941 if he gets similar re-
. suits with Hacker.
Hacker, -acouired by th Red-1

legs on Nov. 14, has had an un unusual
usual unusual career. He looked like a
coming star in 1952 when he
had a 15-9 mark and 2.58 earn earned
ed earned run average and still rated
; fiR the star class as a "hard luck"
j jrttcher the following season
when his record was 12-1J. But
in the last three years he's been
6-13, 11-15 and 3-13 almosp all
of it on merit:
The Milwaukee Braves and
Brooklyn ,i)odgeri were also
taking special interest in a
couple of pitchers attempting
comebacks Chet Nichols and
Ralph Branca.
Nichols, the N.L.'s earned run
leader as a rookie, pitched one one-hit
hit one-hit ball for four innings in yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's Milwaukee intra-squad
game and reported the sore
shoulder which bothered him
' last season felt fine. Th Braves

regard a healthy Nichols as a

potential 15-game winner.
Branca, only 31 despite the
fact he was a 21-game winner
back in 1947. pitched two score scoreless
less scoreless innings in the Dodgers' first
4ntra-camp game and won a
3omlse from manager wait
Alston that he'll be given "every-,,
opportunity" to make the
team. Rookie left-hander Fredi

Atlantic Teenage
League

Second Half Standings

Teams
Motta ..
Buick ..
C. P. o.

M. R. A.

Won Lost Pet.

1
2
3
4

.800

.600

.400
.200

The Buick team, winners of
the first half schedule of the
Atlantic Teenage League, re remained
mained remained in contention for the
leadership of the second half by
beating the Margarita R.A. 9-1
at the Coco Solito ball park.
Kulie. the winning pitcher, al

lowed only one hit while Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, who was charged with the
loss, deserved a better fate than
to be beaten by a lopsided score.
He only allowed four hits but
mlscues and errors of omission
by his teammates accounted for
the majority of the runs.
The box score:

Toto Ibarra
In 10-Round
Main Event

SPARTANBURG, N.C., Mar.
4 (UP) Panamanian Toto

Ibarra will fight Pappy Gault
here tonight in a 10 -round

feature match. j

It will be the first main

bout for the Panamanian -who

has scored unanimous decision

wins in his two previous U.S.
appearance.

De Vicenzo Ups

Narrow Margin

In Mexico Open

Chiroke Trounces

To Capture Carnival

M. R. A. Ab H R
Alleguas, rf 1 0 0
Irving, 2b 2 0 0
Rankin, 2b . 1 0 0
McGloln. ss 2 0 1
Cotton, 3b. c 3 0 0
Phlllirjs, If lb 3 1 0
Borcelino, cf 3 0 0
Ender, c 0 O 0
Garfield. 3b 1 0 O
Lelgnadler. 3b 1 0 0
Sanders, lb. If 2 0 0
Rodriguez, p 2 0 0
Totals 21 1 1

Buick

Wilder, ss 4 1
Kenwav, 2b 3 1
Will, cf 4 1
Kullg, p 1 0
Palumbo, c 4 n
Donahue, 3b 4 0
anders. lb 3 0
Leon, rf 30
whdo". rf 1 1

Kleefkins If 3 0

Klpp also Impressed Alston. Klpp Cronan, If 1 0
wa a 20-game winner at Mon-

-Mrtfci -last season. 1 Totals 31 4

MEXICO CIi i. March 4 (UP)

Roberto De Vicenzo extended his

narrow leading margin in the semi

finals of the Mexican National U

oen Golf tournament Saturday but

defending champ Billy Maxwell

matches the Argentine pro's five

under par 67 to move Into fourth

place.

, Vi-"To: Maxwell, Odessa,

Tex., and Al Bestelink, Grosiing-

, . ., tied today 34-33, mov mov-in
in mov-in Bselink from fourth to see see-ond
ond see-ond place.

iob Kosebura. San Francisco,

fired a 34-34 card to jump from

fifth to third.

Going into today's final round

thv stark iin: De VinCenzO. 66-68-

34-33201: Besselink. 71-66 33

204: Roseburg. 70-68-34-34 206,

and Maxwell. 69-71-34-3 207.

Tied in fifth were Stan Mosel,

Essex Falls, N.J., who shot 7 Sat
urdav to drop from the number

two snot. 68-67-73208, and 72 for

67-69-72208.

Among the amateurs Sylvian Po-

lak. Nexico City, cardea 6 toaay

for 71-73-69213 to break a tie

with former" Mexican Amateur

phamDion Juan Estrada, Mexico

Citv. who taUied 71-73-74r-218 for

second place.
Other Americans expected to
be contendere in this year'e $o
400 tourney but trailing badly
re Ernie Voteler, Midland,
Tex., who finished third hero
last year, 220, end .Jacksort
ftradlav. Hsu i ton. Tex. 214.

If De Vicenzo holds bis lead
through today's finals it will be
his fourth win in tho 13-year-old

Mexican National Open.

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KINGSTON. Jamaica. March, 4

(UP) Herb Flam of Beverly

Hills. Calif., defeated Orlando
Carrizo of Cuba, 6-3, 6-3, Satur Saturday
day Saturday in the first round of the St
Andrew international Tennis
Tournament.
Whitney Reed of Alamed,a
Calif., defeated Ronle coooer of
Jamaica, 8-6, 6-8, 6-3. Gerald
Viss of Miami Beach, Fla.. led
peter Phillips of Jamaica in an another
other another first-rounder when dark darkness
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Angela Buxton of Eng'and
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Ten Records Fall In Fifth
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Annual Gamboa Swim Meet

, 1 1" 'V' ; PAnmn iitti.F iPni!K

Whether it was the presence of
Gov fotier and the enthusiast.c

crowd or the carnival spirit or all

three which were responsible, for

the excellent, performance at the
Fifth Annual Gamboa Civic Coun

cil Swim Meet, the record book
was drastically revised. Then new

tanal one records were egtab

lished. . t i

New records were set by Jane

Wilson, Joe Blackburn. Marifran

ces Tucker, John Townsend, Math-

ew Manning, xviancy Chadwick, the
boys 10-year-old relay team of Wil

son, Vaucher; Manning and- Shirk;'

me lz-year-oia Doys relay team of

Arey, Jeeney, Wilkin and Holmes

the 12-year-old girls relay team of

Hiiaeorana, ueorge, Graves- and

Hewitt; and the men's relay team
of Ryter, Siegel, Blackburn and

Linfors.

Results

yards).

(All

distances are
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0 1. Gail Albritton 2.. Betsy

ceii j. nunny nenaerson.

L: 100 FS Men -Time: 58.6 a

Joe Blackburn 2. John Reynolds

j.v mcnara Lewin. , :

100 FS Women; Time: 1:07.9
1 '.l "W. f ... rt

mwiuiuras j ucntsr it.:: li lane
Hickey 3. Grace Argo.
50 FS Boys l'2 vrs. Time :

30.6 1. Martin .Holmes 2. Sam

Witkin 3. George Fitzgerald.
50 FS Girls 11 yrs First

Heat, Time: 33.2 1. Helen.

ueorge z Margaret jManoney, 3.
Betsy Mallory Second Heat

Time: 34.8 1. Harriet Hewitt a
Rose Sutton 3. Pat Dayly.

SO F.? ftnva 12 vrs li. Timi 39 I

i 1. Alfred Reynolds 2. James

Manning 3. Garth Feeney. ' s

ao i5 uu-is 12 yrs. -r- Timee

25 FS Boys 7 yrs. and- under-

First Heat Time 19.5-1. Larry Sel'

lens 2. Jody Somerford 3. Ray
Second Heat Time: 18.9-1. Laird
Bruster 2. Drew Marc zak 3. Jim

my Jenner.

32.0 1. Charlene

Grace Figueroa 3.

Drana.

Graves 2v

Verna Hude

Chlroke's owners, all nine of
them, turned out en masse yes yesterday
terday yesterday and were treated to the
pleasure of seeing their highly
rated British chestnut colt'race
to an extremely1 easy Victory In
the featured $2,000 added one
mile; and a quarter Carnival
Classic' at the .president Remon
race traek.
The handsome son of King-.
stone-Alpine Vista Is owned by
a group of colon sportsmen who
race their colt under the colors
Of Stud Colon Boys. ; s y;
.' The pre and post-classic cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies were so colorful they
practically stole the show, car-j

nival Queen Rosalia I and her

court were the central figures of.

wie jarge croup of reveiers wno

ennvenea mings out at tne moa-

ern racine nlant. An unusually

large crowd turned out for the

excellent nroEram which wound

up three successive days of. racr

,The actual race1 was just like
the majority expected, chlroke,
an odds-on rriutuels favorite,
moved into second place behind
;the' flying Kensington, set after
the latter when given his head

'Second Half Standings

'.(. Won Lost Pet

Police 3l

Lincoln Life ...... 2

Spur Cola 2
Seymour Agency 2

Elks 1414 V

Gibraltar Life 1

.750

.667
.667

-.500

.333
.250

down the back,, stretch, parsed
the winded ppcesetter three fur-

50 FS Boys 13 and 14 Fir st k fn inn.fh

... Ton i :' t Ki0rm u ; Surumeho.-: an early trailer.
iLr J0391- P with' a creditable fin-

Vallarmo Second Heat Time;

26.4 1. James Reynolds Alan

acott 3. George SJauehter.

50 FS Girls 13 and 14 Times:

hull n;n- ti j n t

25 FS Girls 7 yrs. and under il ,MJV",I"cc"""e.u "oyce

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25 FS Boys 7 yrs. Finals
Time: 19.1 Laird Bruster 2.

Liarry beiiens 3. Jody Somerford

Time: 18.22-1. (New C.Z. Record)
Jane' Wilson 2. Bebe Holmes 3.

Madeline Ibner.

wlMiM.ru.b i 25 FS Boys 8 yrs. Finals

iime: t.sa.-k-i.. w,ia necorasi joe

Blackburn

Ryter.

2. Nils Linfors 3. Don

100 Individual Medley Women-

Time: 1:20.0 (CZ RECORD) Man-

frances Tupker 2. Diane Hickey

may uauen.

25 FS Bovs 8 vrs. First Heat

Time: 14.6 (New CZ Records)

1. John Townsend 2. Gary Vauch-

er 3. Joe Reynolds Second Heat

Time: 19.5 1. Terrenct Mat-

tice 2. Jeff Johns S. James Hudg-ings.

25 FS Girls 8 yrs. Time: 18.

1 1. Suzy Duncan 2. Connie Ze

mer 3. Carol Walker.

25 FS Boys 9 yrs. Time: 151

(New CZ Record) 1. Mathew

Manning 2. Duke Wilson 3. Stew-I

ard Brown.

25 FS Girls 9 yrs First Heat

Time: 18.81. Bonnie Mattice 2

Betsy Twombly.

3. Helen Manning S e e o n d

aeat Time: 16.4 (New C.Z.

Record) Nancy Chadwick 2. Linda

Benton.

3. Barbara Lewter Third

Heat Time: 18.0 a. Patricia

Da vies 2. Cbristy Jenner 3. Susan

Shirk.

25 FS Boys 10 yrs. Time 15.

Robin Duncan 2. Henry

Jimmy arnsworth.

1

Shirk 3

25 FS Girls 10 yrs. Time: IT.

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15.0 1. John Townsend 2.

Gary Vaucher 3. Jeff Johns.

,25 FS Girls 9 yrs Finals

Time: 17.01. Linda Benton 2.
Nancy Chadwick 3. Christy Jenner;

50 FS Girls 11 yrs. Finals 1

Time. 33.0 1. Helen George 2.
Margaret Mahohey 3. Harriet
Hewitt.
50 FS Boys 13 and 14 Finals
Time: 26.2 1. James Reynolds

i. Alan bcott 3. George Slaughter.

50 FS Men Time: 25.1 Nils

Linfors 2. Leon Dobrowlski 3.
John Reynolds.

50 FS Women Timer 30.0 1.
Diane Hickey 2. Marifrances Ruck-

er 3. urace Argo.
Diving 3 mt. Men 1. Wil

liam Sears 2. William Hatchett 3.
David Behar.

100 FS Relay Boys 10 yrs. and

under Time: 1:02.2 New C.Z.

Record) I. (Duke Wilson. Gary

Vaucher, Mathew Manning, Henry
Shirk).
100 FS Relay Girls 10 yrs. ani

ger Thomas JtJy '"monJ,
san Shirk, Linda Benton..
200 FS Relay Boys 12 and under
Time:, 2:08.0 (New C.Z. RoC
ord) I.- (William Arey, Garth Fee Feeney,
ney, Feeney, Sam Witkin, 'Martin Holmes.

zuv (s jtieiay Gins iz ana unv

der Time: 2:14.0 (New C.Z

RecoYd) 1. (Verna Hildebrand, Hel

en George Charlene Gravi, Har
riet Hewitt).

200 FS Relay Boys 14 yrs.

Time: 1.57.4 1. (Mike Kude,

Martin Holmes, Alan Scott, Jim

Reynolds).

200 FS Relay Girls 14 yrs. and

under Time: 2:12.2 1. (Helen

George, Verna Hildebrand, Judy

Hallett, Charlene Graves

280 FS Relay Men Time: 1:-

40.9 (New C.Z. Record) (Don

Ryter, Larry Siegel, Nils Linfors

Joe Blackburn).

ishing effort to beat out second
choice Patan by-two lengths for

tne place. Rank outsider Resuel Resuel-to,
to, Resuel-to, was fourth anil Kensington
brought up' the reat, lv, ...
Alel androycaza, who gave
Chifoke an, efficient ride, was

the only jockey to win more

than one race. He also scored

aboard Joe In the second race;
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DIABLO BUSINESS
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
BOYD BROTHERS THREATEN
. ABERNATHY LEAD

-Boyd Brothers led by Betty Nes

tle with 458 and Maxine Johnson

with 454 won in a clean sweep

from Salon Alex and are now two

rimes behind tne urst piace a

bernathy team. Murrell Mitchus-

sen and Eva Stinson were high

scorers for Salon Alex.
The Abernathy bowlers led by
Mlmi Metsger with a 472 series,
which Included high single game
of 205, and Pauline Ray with 466,
won two games from the third
place Panama Cigarette team.
High scorers for the losers were
Lil 6unn with high series of 502 j
and Del Peters with "second high!
r nf AM.

No Mi Diga Lounge led by Thel Thel-mi
mi Thel-mi Camby with 442 and Betty

Brown With 426 won two points

from Pa American Airways. Anne

Slmrak and Eileen Scott were high

for FAA.
Led by Brownie Andrews with
469 and Millie' Kelly with 459,

Mountain Dew won two points ana
pushed Chevrolet-Buick mto sev seventh
enth seventh place. Dottie Williams -and

Bettv Coleman were high scorers

for Chevrolet-Buick. ;

ST AM STANDING)

Abernathy 44 22
Boyd Brothers V 42, 24
Panama Cigarettes 38 .28
Momrtain Dew ? 31V4 34V4
No Mi Diga Lounge 31 35

Pan American Airways 30 36
CbevroletBuick 28 38

, FIRST RACE
'After Mo Si 8, 8.
2 Fuerte S7.0.
SECOND RACE1
lToe S.m.8fc ? R0. v
2 YoHHto S2.60. '
FM hnnhle: $163.20

THIRD RACE
1 Filon S7.0. ).86.

2 Fru Fm S? 60.
One-Two ; M2.60
FOURTH RACE
1 Reeia S10. 5.40, f
2 Winsatia1 $9.
Onlnrelar $28.4
FIFTH RACE :
1 Mr. Jack' S.40, 2.20. 1
2 Pichotn ?.80. v-
SIXTH RACE
1 Maria Stnstrdo $8,- 4.60,
2 Green SB a.
SEVFNTH RCE
1 Chlroke S3.0. 8.60.

2 Surmeno $3.40.
Second Tle:' 16
FIGHTH RACE
Ik $14. 4 40.
2 Chlto $4.80.
Ouiniela: $44.20
NINTH RACE
1 EI Fak'r $9.20, 3.40.
2 Cachafas S3.60. i
One-Twn $20.80
TENTH MCE
1 Ponton 57.60, 3.40.
2 Teloreo $3.20.

Qrewn Heavyweiph!
From 61h Round KO

.It was a mighty busy -r 'week

end at the Little League Sta-i

dium, with one game Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and two games on Sat

urday. When the smoke of the
battles cleared away, police
team had regained ; first place;

and the Seymour Agency team

that did not win a game in tne
first half, won their,, second

game in a row.

: On Trlday, the crucial contest
fop first nlaro 'went for naupht

because at the end of seven in

nings, all was tied away vwitQl

eicht runs aniece. Sour Cola had

Pn its hitting; togs-, and pounded

tne compined oiienngs or pries-

ter -ana Asnion xor iweive niw,

with Zelnick ana Albritton leaa.

ingj the way with three out of

fou times at the plate.

While Zelnick, the Spurs
pitcher held the heavyOiitting

police to six hits, he served a

blc soft Ditch to Potter with two

on base and Potter tasked the

apple for a- three-run homer to

tie the score. ; i; ;

To Dlay off this tie, the .two

teams met Saturday afternoon

and Police won convincingly 5

tn 1 Tri this tusslfl Police collect

ed nineiiits. with Ashton hay-

inn two for tnree. The comDinea

heldt the hard hitting Spurs to

four ips. -.1 ., v c
Bradshaw, making his .first
appearance oh the niound for
the Spurs, pitched a commenda commendable
ble commendable game holding the big nuns

of the Police lineup m .-check,
but unfortunately the lower end
of the battinir order did .the

damage. :" i

Glbraltars to two measly hits,
whereas the- Seymours collected
only: four safeties, but walks and
five miscues against Gibraltar
enabled the Seymours to score
eight' rungr corrlgan for Sey Seymour
mour Seymour was the'only player to
get more than one safety. Cor Corrlgan
rlgan Corrlgan had two for three.

The box score:

a

Police-" c, ' Ab
Dempsey 3b 11. T'... 2

Ashton ss, p i, z
Dpiiden 2b. .T, 1
Corriean 2b a

Priester p, 2b 3

potter c 4

Riley lb 4
Sebastian it 3

catron rf 1

Weade If 2

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21

Wilder 3b, 2b, cf

3 0 0

Spurs

Bowen c
1 f m it, f b t

.uwuitua v, f 4 4
Zelnick p, lb
Starkenber ss
Bradshaw lb ..........
Albritton 3b.- n

Whitney rf

Mikulich If

Walker 3b 0

Hele If 2
Arnold 2b ............. 2

Gibraltar Ab

Barret rf ........... 1
Lawyer rf 2L
Hanna 3b 2

Hermanny cf 3
Altman ss 1
Ebdon p ft
Fraunheim p ; 2
Wilson c '3

Thompson 1

Zapp lb ,.... .. 2

Carney . 0
Boughner If .,'........ 1

Hunt If

1 -0

. Seymour Agency ;

3
t',..v4 '2

Saturday morning. .. Seymour
Agency made It two in a row at

the expense of the Gibraltar

Life, trouncing tne latter ny a

loDsided score of 8 to 1. Perm

the Seymours chucker, held the

Tuctoiy

T. Dugaii Rccciyc

Gonzalei Stretches
Lead To 8 Maclhes

Over Ken Roiall
CORPUS CHRISTI. Tex." March
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Raymond 3b, If

Anaerson id

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Blaney rf ; . .
Arosemena' 3b, tg

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Marifrances Tucker and Tommv

Dugan were presented with Henry

v. uneser- outstanamc swimmers

awards at the Gamboa Civic Coun-

PORTLAND, Ore., March 4
(UP) Bruce Olson, 266 pound
Eugene. Ore., boxer, was taken to

hospital last night in critical con-J

aiuom as me result 01 a anocRout

at the hands of giant Ewart Pot-

gieter in the Portland Armory. f
His condition swas described as

a "critical brain injury" by the

Portland Boxing Commission s at attending
tending attending physician, Dr. Clinton Mc-

Gill.

Olson was felled by a right uv-

percur at 1:45 of the sixth round

He seemed to revive, standing

up on wobbly legs. His handlers

dragged out a stool for him and
he grinned with glazes eyes.'Then

consciousness left him am -he

was seized by a nerve or muscu

lar spasm. : -r

He was still unconscious 20 mm-

utes after the fight ended and he

was taken to the hospital by am
bulance. ?

Through the first five rounds

Potgleter, the 335-pound' giht
from South Africa, had buffeted

Olson repeatedly about the head.

Some of the punches were on the

back of the head due to Olson's

bobbing underneath Potgieter's
guard. '"' J f h -V

Ken Rosewall here last night; by

defeating the little Aussie, 4-6, 6-2.
6-4. i ...
Rosewall broke Gonzalez' serv

ice in the tenth game to win the
first set. ?. ,.
With Gonzalez leading 3-2 in the

second set, Rosewall disagreed
with a lineman's call of an ace

by Gonzalez, giving Pancho t h e

game The former Australian Ta

vis cup stai couldn't recover his
composure and lost his own serv

ice in the next game.

" Gonzales held service in the Sfi

game to take the set.
Rosewall came, back strong in
the final set to take a 2-point lead
but Gonzalez smashed through his
service and took a 3-2 lead which
Rosewall couldn't make up.
, The win gave Gonzalez a 15-7
margin over Rosewall in their
tour.

noon.

' . v-.fl.
''. ,-. '- ') -1
Marifrances, a 14-year-old. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School freshman, receiv received
ed received the. a ward for being the out outstanding
standing outstanding girl swimmer. Dugaa, a
14-year-old freshman at Cristobal
High School received the award
for the outstanding boy swimmer.
.' .' . .;. ; j-
These awards which were estab established
lished established by Henry J. Grieser, for
mer Canal Zone swimming coach
are presented annually to the boy.
and girl swimmers who have dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated excellence in competi

tive swimming, who have been

diligent and faithful in attendance
at practice, and have shown food

sportsmanship, charter.-and oth

er qualities of good citizenship, ft ?

The awards were presented by

Henry L. Donovan, director of the

civil Affairs Bureau. -.

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Dan Daniel

' ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 26. Ever since Rocky Marciano,
heavyweight champion, quit the ting, unbeaten, the reasons lor

his walking .out on toe source 01 ms presugo ..
. . LtL1..a Af A4 A ..Alt foflilll1 .- .' -'

i. Finishing, up a fortnights vacation In this area with i his
wife. Barbara, and their 4-year-old daughter, Mary Ann, Mar

ciano today, "once and for all," as he put it. cleared up w
niroMt-w ,nt Mat rnther earlv farewell tn cOmrjetitiOn.

"The time has come for me to talk about all the rumors

which have grown out of my retirement,' wcsy openea
"First. It has been written that I had become subject to

gevere pains In the head and had been advised by medical spe.
iaitsfV tn nnit fiffhtino- Not o word of truth to tnls.

"Second, it has been said that with that slipped disk in my
pine I could not have continued in the ring.. No doctor told
me that, and nothing in .my physical condition supported the
idea ;-"'';: ...' '. i -.-- .....
j "Third. It has been surmised that I believed I had started

to alln badly. MvTmswer to that lies In the blow by blow story

, it firht. with Archie Moore. The experts say It was

T fwfrth" it. hn hen said that mv wife and mv mother had

been workine on me so strongly to retire that I no longer could

hold out against them, check that one off as Just anotner con conjecture.
jecture. conjecture. The fact is that when I told Barbara I was through
with the gloves she was taken completely by surprise. She ex ex-claimed,
claimed, ex-claimed, 'Rocky, do you actually mean this? Are you going tc
stick to it?'
TWO FIGHTS A YEAR SAPPED INTEREST
"My chief reason for retiring was dwindling Interest in the
ring," Marciano continued. "I could not get myself to continue
a career which called for only two fights a year.
''One day Tommy Loughran paid a visit to my. training
camp. After the workout he called me aside and said, 'Rocky,
you belt your sparring partners too hard. You go at your work
too furiously. Take it -easy.'
"I said, 'Tommy, I can't do that. I have only two contests
a year, and don't get a chance to let off steam the way I would
like. So I have to'train at full speed.'
"In my own book, 1950 was my year of greatest satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction as a fighter. I scored four knockouts in one month. 1
started with Fhll Muscado and finished up with Carmine Vingo.
"Even after I had won the championship I said to myself,
'If the. experts only had seen me win those four fights, they
would have had a greater respect for me.'

"After the Vingo affair, I laid off for four months before

meetinc Roland LaStarsa for the second time. I was stable-

worn. -1 was bad. I noticed, thereafter, that my first fight of

tn year, aner a long vacation, was a poor one. I was geared
for frequent action, but had come along at a time of heavyweight-scarcity,
and a changed attitude on the part of the
fans. .'..
"Joe Louis, one of the greatest, could tackle the Bum ol
the Month year after vear. and sain the aDnlan. nt the cus

tomers, and the approval trf the experts. But I doubt if I would
have been allowed to carry on that sort of schedule even if the
material had been on hand. I say this with the greatest respect
for Joe." , . l:
COCKELL FIGHT STARTED RETIREMENT THftlTflHTs

;My fight with Don Cockell, which was not one Of my gioat-

Michigan State

Can Win Big 10

Crown Tonight

NEW YORK, March 4 (UP) -it'i
"haDov daze" for college bas

ketbail fans this week with the

wild wind up of the regular court

season and the hectic start oi post
season tournament time.
Eight. Major inference chanv

Dionshius are on the line, starting

tonight wits tfte Big ien crown

that Michigan State can clinch by

walloping old rival Michigan.' The

National invitation iournamenr

may add its 10th team today, and

the N.C.A.A. tourney now has fill

ed 14 of its 23 berths.

And the N.C.A.A.'t brand-ntw
"small college" toornmtnt bla
set into full-scale actlea tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow nigM with IS first round
games, all at different sites.

Michigan State and Brigham

Young clinched N.C.A.A. berths
Saturday, State by gaining at least
a tie for the Big Ten crown and

Brigham Young by nailing down

tne SKynne tomerence tine, mat s

expected to mean that Utah, Sky

line runner-up, will receive a bid to

the N.l.T.

est

went on

:U.'I ,bWn to Jnterview old fighters. When had they sensed
that it; was time to quit? Most of them told me that they had
gone two fights beyond their limits. I made up my mind not
toxoramlLthat sort of mistake.
ittfrmiMi t0 flult whe stiU champion, and after a job
which had earned the commendation of fans and writers.alike.
i"Now.;it's all aver That, irntt oKnt k- . ..77" V.

notfeturitto fighting 1 a heT LMk at rne.
Marciano had dieted down to 215 pounds, only five over'th
weight at .which he usuaUy started training tot abattfe

Fastlich League

In the absence on leave of

president Jack Randal, Gov.

wuuam' a. Pottert was the
InhnW-B of vlfA nrsirtont-. Holnh

Parker, for 'second half" pitch-

en" ine "Dack-up catcher" being-
W. H. Crooks, as the second
half of the Fastlich League got

unaerway "Saturday aiternoon.
.The umpire was H. L. Dono

tan who put on the regalia of
umplre-ta-chief, Roger Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, tc call, with the sponsor

or tne league, Alberto Fastiicn,

oeing tne-iirst to face tne sec

ond half pitcher, the governor

nimseii.

However, due to the warm-up
period before the game the
pitcher-governor developed a

sore arm after one ball and two
strikes -and was relieved by
Kline fit the Palomas, who won
his game! B to 9 over the Macaws.

Tha governor was forced to

leave during the 'first half of
the fourth inning, due to his
many duties with other com community
munity community gatherings.
v..,i
. All six teams of the -Fastllch
League were present.
' V
The Natonal Anthem was
played over the loudspeaker
system. t-

SUMMARY
Hits: watts (3 Pearson, Cor Cor-rlan
rlan Cor-rlan E., Huddleson (2. Allen,
Pajak, Sander.
Sacrifice hit: Rathgaber. s
R.B.I.'s: Watts, Corrlgan E.,
McGowan.
Two base hits: Watts, Corrl Corrlgan
gan Corrlgan E., Stielan.
S.B-':J Allen (5), Huddleson
(2), Caldwell, Watts, DesLondes.
Kline, Pajak (2).

Errors: Corrlgan L. (JK pear,
son Corrlgan E. (6). Garcia,
Rathaber, Kline.
Double Plays: Corrlgan B.,
Sanders.
W?.: Kline, McGowan.
Bases on balls: Kline (9,) Mc McGowan
Gowan McGowan (13);
S O. Kline (9), McGowan (4).
L.O.B.: Macaws (11), Palomas
(Pi).
Earned runs: Macaws (4). Pa

lomas (1).

Score: Palomas (8), Macaws

1st B. on errors: Macaws (1)

Umpires: R:. Williams, Seldon.

Scorer: Dobson.
Time: 2:04.
Attendance: Good.

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N.l.T. chairman Walter McLauh

lin admitted the Madison Square
Garden carnival, which opens

March 16. is "very much interest

ed" in Utah. Indications are the

other two berths will go to: the win

ner of tonight's Duquesne Temple

game in Pittsburgh, and the run

ner-up in the Missouri Valley Con Con-ferenre.
ferenre. Con-ferenre. which isn't decided vet.

III the N.C.A.A., Michigan State

qualifies for a second-round game
at Lexington, Ky., March 15 a
gainst the winner of a first-rounder
between Miami of Ohio and a
"member at large." Brigham
Young goes into a first-rounder a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a "member at large," with
the winner to meet California, Pa-!

cific Coast Conference representa representative,
tive, representative, at Corvallis, Ore., March 15.

The N.C.A.A. alto announced
these first round pairings for
games at Madison Square Gar Garden,
den, Garden, March 12: Connecticut vs.
Syracuse; Canitiqt vs. Southern
Conference champ; Ivy League
champ vs. Atlantic vCoast Con Conference
ference Conference champ,' The, Connecticut.
Syracuse winner faces the Mid
die Atlantic champ hi the- second
round, while the other two win.
nsrs meat each other. ...

Here are the eight league titles

to be decided this week:

Big ten Michigan State. (10-3)

which clinched a tie by upsetting

Indiana. 78-61, Saturday for its 10th

straight league win, can add the

crown tonight to the tourney berth
already clinched. Berth is safe
since Indiana and Ohio, State, run-

ners-up, both are ineligible.

Ivy Yale winds up with Penn
sylvania Wednesday and Harvard
Saturday Dartmouth (9-3) and Co

lumbia also play two each.

Atlantic Coast North' Carolina

(24-0), the nation's No. 1 team, won

tne regular season title and- is

favored in the eight team elimi
nation tourney starting at Raleigh
N.C., Thursdays
Southern West Virginia (22-4)

won the regular season, title and

is favored in eight team elimina

tion tourney starting at Richmond,
Vs., Thursday.
Big Seven Kansas (9-1) and
Kansas State (8-3) collide in show showdown
down showdown Wednesday,- then each has
one game left on Saturday.
Missouri Valley St. Louis (11 (11-2)
2) (11-2) hss clinched a tie and will clinch

outright by beating Oklahoma A.

and M. Wednesday unless Bradley

-3j loses tonigni to wicnita.
Pacific Coast v-California (12-1)

is assured to tourney berth because

U.c LA. is Ineligible, but must
beat Southern California Friday
and Saturday to clinch the league
title.
California B. A. San Francisco
(11-2), N.C.A.A. champ 2 straight
years, ean clinch title and tourney
berth tonight by beating runner-

up St. Mary's (10)3) in the season

finale.

Only action in the "small col

lege" tourney tonight finds .City
College of New York at Mt. St Ma
ry's of Maryland.
The N.A.I.A. small college
tournament, which opens at Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Ma March II, today
announced six of it 32 teams
West Virginia Tech, Southern Ik Ik-lahama,
lahama, Ik-lahama, ; Laaisiane Collega f
Plneville, Trey (Ala.), State, Stat Station
ion Station Fla.), and New Haven
(Conn.) St.
The titles and tourney talk stole
the spotlight from the major-col-
lege scoring race, this weekend,
but that remains as hot and wide wide-open
open wide-open as ever.
Brady Wallace of South Carolina
ended the regular season with 44

points in a 113-85 rout of Clemson
Saturday, pushing bis average to

31.0. He now goes into tbe A.C.C.

tourney, but runner up Joe Gib-

boo of Mississippi (30.5) is finish

ed and can only hope Wallace sups.
Third place Elgin Baylor, Seat

tle (30.6) has N. L T. play remain

ing: four J) place wilt Chamberlain

of Kansas (29.29) bas two regular

tames, then probably tournament

play: and fifth-play Cbet Forte of
Columbia (28.64) has two regular

esmes left.

Tbe victories by Michigan State

and Brieham Young were pressed

for top Saturday night honors by

those of Kansas and bu Louis.

Kansas clinched at least a tie for
the B-g Seven crown by rallying to

beat Colorado, 68-57, at Chamber Chamberlain
lain Chamberlain scored 31 points, and St. Louis
chnrhed at least a tie for the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Valley title fcy routing Hons Hons-tan,
tan, Hons-tan, 102-84, as Jot Todd scored 27.

Intramural Sports

The Corbinas, under the ca capable
pable capable leadership of pete Green,
proved that their championship

in the CLjLeague water poio com competition
petition competition of the Balboa Junior Junior-Senior
Senior Junior-Senior Hieh intramural. sDorts

was no fluke when they defeat defeated
ed defeated the All Star team 6 to 4.

Green. himself added two

points to his team's victory, but
the star of the game was youna
Maurice Nahmad who r.ettea
four bi points for the Corbinas.
Jim Potter scored three of the
all-stars four points and Al Mul-

ler added the final maricer..

The Corbinas were leading oy

a 4-tO-3 score as uie louria

nuarter started, but Nahmaa

ot hot and scored twice to put

the game out of reach lor tne

All Stars.

Bovs who were selected on the

all-star team were: Jim Barnes

(cant). Al Muller. Henry Truu-

llo, Pete Green, Maurice ijah ijah-mad,
mad, ijah-mad, Jaky Vallarino. Bill En En-gelke,
gelke, En-gelke, Jim Moore. Jim Potter,
Gene Fraunhelm, Jim Slice,
Charlie Bradshaw, and Jerry

Buckner,

March 7 and 8 win see uie
Minnino- of th annual interclass

track and field meet. This year
the meet will actually be three
meets in one, for there will be

A League, B League ano
Leaue meets.

The boys will run. lump ana

throw. Last year this annual
extravaganza of the intramural
program attracted a field of 182

boys, and a slmuar nurnDer is
expected to compete this year.
At present with the entry list
en nnt. p.omtolete. It looks like

the seniors, juniors, and sopno-

mores will battle It out for tne
A 'League title, while in th3 B
League it should be a battle be between
tween between the 8th and ninth grades,
and the C League should see

spirited team competition be between
tween between the seventh, eighth and

! ninth,

The captains for th classes
are: seventh grade. Gene Frau Frau-enheim
enheim Frau-enheim and Jack DeVore: eiehth
erade. Woody French and Juan
Vecchione: ninth grade, Fob
Hatting and Fred Roe; 10th
grade, Charlie French and Hen Henry
ry Henry Barker; 11th s-radei Raul
Barbara and Joe Trower; and
12th grade, i Owen Sutherland
and Bob Fearon.
These boys have selected girls
from each of tbe classes, to help
with the awarding of the rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons. These younsr ladles and
the class they represent are:
Keith Roberts (Sr). Joan Law Law-ler
ler Law-ler (Jr), Sharon DeVore (SoDh),
BetueLou Wheaton (Fr), Marie
Dills (eighth), and Charlene
Bishop (seventh).

, As far as individual perform
ances are concerned, it Is anti

clnated that iust about everv

record in the C. League meet will
be put to a rugged test, and that
most ot them will be brokea
Several of the B League marks

are due to fall, but not In such

wholesale numbers as in the C

League, while most of the A
League marks look good to stand

ur under tne onsiaugni ior an another
other another year at least.
Following are the Balboa Junior-Senior
High intramural
Track and Field Records:

440 Relay, Buie, Chassin, Bett Bett-sak,
sak, Bett-sak, Am a to (8) 59.C.X.
Broad Jump, Morris 139
(Fr)x.
Wilkinson (8) 4.6x.
Buie (8) 291,4X.
xlndlcates that workouts and
practice efforts thus fat this
year show, these records should
be broken.
Final c League
Water Polo Standings

Corbinas .
Sharks .
Sting Rays
Whales ..

.778
.067

.33?,
.222 i

Training Camp
Briefs

TAMPA, Fla., March 4 (UP)
Cincinnati pitcher Warren Hacker,
obtained from the Chicago Cubs
last Nov. 13 in a five player
swap has added more body mo motion
tion motion to his delivery in the hope
he will step up his effectiveness.
Hacker won only three games
for the Cubs while losing 13 last
season, but manager Bridie Teb
betts believes he can develop into
a winning pitcher as Brooks Lawr
ence did after the Redlegs ob-j
tainea him from the Cardinals.

U.S. Hammer Throw Champiohr
Wants To Wed Czech Athlefl

Johnny Longden
Sets Sights
On 6000 Wins

ARCADIA, Calif. (UP) Jockey
Johnny Longden set his sights to today
day today on 6000 riding wings in his
ageless turf career after having
achieved his 5000th victory Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at Santa Anita.

ORLANDO. Fla.. March 3 (UP)

The Washington Senators holdout medal

list today was reduced to one mav uiiw

LONDON, March 4 (UP)
Harold Connolly, American
Olympic hammer throw cham champion,
pion, champion, said today he wants to
marry a brown-eyed Czech ath athlete
lete athlete and take her home to Bos Boston
ton Boston to continue her medical
studies.
"Olga Fikotava is her name
arid we met last November at
the Olympic Games," he told

the United Press in London in a

telephone Interview from
Praeue hoteL

v I

Olga won an Olympic goia

with a record discus

atelier Clint Courtnev. when out

fielder Roy Sievers agreed to .anj
estimated $19,000 contract.
Courtney, now on his way to
camp, threatens to "turn around
and go back" unless he gets a sub-
stantial increase.- Calvin Griffith'

Washington president, just as

Connolly said he and Olga,

he is 25 and she 24, have made
a joint written appeal to the
President Antonin Zapotocky
of Czechoslovakia to give her
permission to marry and per permission
mission permission to leave the country.

Since Connally is a foreigner,

cttihhnrnlv ingiata- "f!nurtn(v Wl I Olea had to aDDly tO the Czecn-

sign for the same figure he get oslovak government for permfs permfs-last
last permfs-last year or can start traveling." slon to marry.
I "Olga loves her parent? and
ST. PETERSBURG Fla., Marc'i her country very much and we

4 (UP) Relief pitcher Jloyt Wi1- want to do tnis tne correct way

a dembnstratlon tour Feb. 2,5
and his visa expires on Thu Thu-day.
day. Thu-day. j ...
'We met in Melbourne," Coff Coff-noliy
noliy Coff-noliy said. "AH the athletes did;
We decided we wanted to may"
and that If we were to marry we
would do it the correct way,
"She loves her parents and
her country very much," itat
added. ,.
Connolly said he came-to Eu-i

his rope Jan. 7 on a joint U.S. gov

ernment-American Athletic IBi'
ion (AAU) sponsored tour for, a,
number of countries.
"And the last stop on the tour,
not on the official tour but my
own private tour-was Prague,
when they learned here that"1
was coming to Prague I was In-
vited here by the State Athletic
Federation," Connolly said. "'
He said the U.S. Embassy fit
Prague is hacking his mar 4
riage plans.
"The Embassy says that If she
gets permission to marry and to
leave the country they will give

ner a visa so she can come fa

America with me. We probably

helm obtained last week in a trada We would like to come back here will eo to Boston so she can con-

with the New York Giants, report- from America on vacations," he tinue her medical studies and
ed to the St. Louis Cardinals toda said. I we would want to conm bark-

I don't see why I can't go on'and worked out immediately wit.i Connolly arrived In Prague on and visit Czechoslovakia."

ins iii'w leHiuuiaies. ;

for 6000 win," Longden said,

said, "and I intend to keep on
riding as long as I feel .1 can do

justice to my mounts."

Wilhelm said he regretted leav leaving
ing leaving the Giants but added he was
happy to be with a club that has a
chance to be among the pennant
contenders.

,The ,5000th victory was notable
chiefly as a milestone in the 47-

raa.-il1 aairtntt'c raroor F u o r V 1

time Longden has ridden a win-i VER0 BEACH, Fla., March 4
ner since last Sept. 3 he sets a (UP.) Ralph Branca, 31-year-old

record. It was on that day he Sur- veteran "tempting a comeoacK,
nassed the nrevious all-time rid M ed Kipp, 25-year-old rookie

mg mark of 4870 winners held by

Sir Gordon Richards of England

But victory No. 5000 was stiu

the "big one" today for Longden

as he awaited the presentation of

a 116-year-old racing cup between
the fourth and fifth races. Santa

Anita racing director Carleton F

Burke was to make the presenta

tion in a public ceremony.
"It was a relief to get it done,

Longden said after he brought
home Bente in the fourth race to

surpass the magic number. He

had been trying for that victory

since Tuesday when he rode his

4999th winner but it eluded mm
for tet. mounts.

nopeiui, eacn pucnea a pair oi
scoreless innings yesterday as the
"Pitlers" beat the "Hermans," 4
0, In the Brooklyn Dodgers' first
canv game of the spring.
Branca, currently on the St. Paul
roster, pitched the first two in innings
nings innings for the victors and gave up
only one infield hit. Manager
WaUer Alston said he was impres

sed at Branca's showing at this

- A League
100 yds. May (So) 10.2.
220 yds. Napoleon (Jr) 239.
440 yds. Trout (Sr) 55.5x.
880 yds. Ranson (Sr) 2:12x.
Mile, Ranson (Sr) 4:52.5.
70 yd. HH. Orvis (Jr) 9.5.
120 yd. LH, jefferies (Sr) 23 0.

Scott (Sr).
880 Relay, Krause, VonChong,
Raybourne. Blackall (Jr) 1:38 4x.
Brord Jump, Mallett (Sr) 20.3.
High Jump, Thompson (Sr) 6
ft.
pole Vault, Bell (So) 10 6.
Shot Put, Morris (Jr) 45J.
Discus Jones' tSr) 121 ft.x.
B Leagae
100 yds. Mastellari (So) ll.Ix.
180 yds. Mastellari (So) 20.7x.
660 yds. Ruts (8) l:41.8x.
1320 yda. Pearson (Fr) 4:03.7x.
120 yd. HH Ryter (Sot 16-lx.
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'No Decision' Ruling Given
In Felippo-Ortiz Match::

HOLLYWOOD, March 4 (UP) Lou Felippo, Los Angeles, and' du'
Ring oHiqals handed down a "no-los Ortiz, New Yorkv at the Holly Holly-decisioo"
decisioo" Holly-decisioo" ruling in the 10 round wood Legion Stadium and with with-mala
mala with-mala event last night between held the fighters purses,

the outfield to third base last sea
son. i

day reducing the Boston Red Sox'!

early date and intends to give him ast of holdouts to two

every cmtnre to make the club.

Clayton Frye, secretary of thaV
State Athletic Commission, made
the "no decision" verdict in the;'-

SARASOTA. Fla.. March 4 ( UP')! uresaunf room auer reie-

Catcher Sammy White and intield lLee.. yjl"n.iared. "l'

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.,
March 4 (UP) Manager Lou

Boudreau sent his Kansas Cit

the American League.

er the end. of the ninth round.

Frye's verdict came after 5,000
fans, who had heard the earlier
decision on the night's final bout,
had left the stadium.

White immediately got into uni

form to commence his training
program. Klaus wiH report Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Only outfielders Jimmy Pier-

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find the punch which will 1 e a d working out at the University ofJanded 0iMiOTD,h .'the

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slight lead on Felippo when the"

The

The A's lone holdout. Mickev

McDermott, has not been heard ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March

irom since ne ien camp last rues- 4 (UP) Several thousand per per-day
day per-day after club officials made what sons turned out today to take part
they termed "a final offer." jn the "Wide Wide World" telecast
of the New York Yankees' training

fUKi m Yrina, na., Marcn 4 program.
(UP) Pie Traynot, the Hall of
Fame third baseman, has checked As the telecast did not start un

into the Pittsburgh Pirate camp to til four o'clock, the Yankees, who

work with the infielders for

next two weeks.

the

Traynor, who also is a Pirate
scout, will concentrate chiefly -on
Frank Thomas, who shifted from

had started working at one, had an

unusually long batting drill, mark marked
ed marked by Mickey Mantle's drives over

the distant center field tense

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lished reports that the former
shortstop would give up his at

tempt to become a pitcher and re
turn to infielding.

"I'm still a pitcher and have no

plans to give it up yet," said

Hamner. The Phillies went

through another long batting drill
yesterday.

MESA, Ariz., March 4 (UP)
Home runs by Ernie Banks, Bob
Speake and Walt Moryn paced the
Grays to a 6 to 1 victory over the
Whites vesterdav in the Chicago

Cubs' first intra-squad game.

Eiaht oitchers were used in the

eight inning game, each working
one full inning, pitching for both,
sides. Turk Lownvas both the win winning
ning winning and losing pitcher.

lippo to the canvas. s'
Felippo, out cold for several njln.
utes, was examined by the nnj
hysician before Young awarded awarded-him
him awarded-him the decision; ft
Ortiz screamed, "No I didn't'
hear the bell," Young's decision;
was at first backed up and then
reversed by Frye, who attended
the fight only as a spectator. 3
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round and Felippo- once, -nr.

fifth. After the referee's n4-dih-

round decision, a fistfight brflke
out among fans St ringside and
had to be halted by police.
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TOURS
Croup tour to Oarion Indian
country, March 10th. David and
Boquota, March 17th. San Bla,
March 24th and 31st. For re reservations
servations reservations call Panama 3-3094
or Balboa 2922.
Gaza Withdrawal
Will Bring Peace
Says Pakistan
KARACHI, March 4 (UP) -Pakistan
Foreign Minister Malik Fi Fi-roz
roz Fi-roz Khan Noon said today Russia
was forced to veto the security
council resolution on Kashmir "he "he-cause
cause "he-cause they feared that if they sent
troops to Kashmir the same thing
would happen as in Hungary."
Noon who returned to Karachi
this afternoon after battling a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst India's Krishna Menon an
the Security Council's protracted
debate on the vital Kashmir dis dispute
pute dispute said the withdrawal of Is Israel
rael Israel from the Gaza strip would re restore
store restore peace to that area.
Pakistan officials warmly wel welcomed
comed welcomed Noon and his party for
their efforts in the Security Coun Council.
cil. Council. However, Pakistan's leader
Prime Minister Suhrawardy a h d
President Iskander Mirza were
notable absentees from the Tar Tarmac
mac Tarmac welcome.
i
! Both Snhrawardv and Mirza are

I nracontlv in Lahore where thev

have been watching a national
horse and cattle show.
Jap Ambassador
Recalled
From Capitol
TOKYO, March 4 (UP) In Informed
formed Informed sources said today Prime

Minister Nobusuke Kishi has re re-i
i re-i called ambassador to Washington
i Masayuki Tani in a reshuffle of
' Japan's diplomatic corps.
The informants said Kishi, who
is also foreign minister, wants the
Washington post to be filled by an
economic expert because of the
V importance of Japanese-American
economic relations. The sources
mentioned no names of possible
successors.
'-Kishi also has decided on the
, recaTTof ambassador to the. Unit United
ed United Nations Toshikazu Kase, ac according
cording according to the same sources. They
said Kase probably would besuc besuc-ceeded
ceeded besuc-ceeded by present ambassador to
Canada Koto Matsudairt.

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e Metal chests of
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Dinette Sets 69.0
Metal Sideboards ... 15.09
s Metal beds (39) with
Springs 14.50
Cribs with new
mattresses 39.00
Center Tables 15.00
s Linoleums 6.95
Chairs 2.59
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OFFICES FOR RENT: Corn Corner
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Janitor service, light and wa water.
ter. water. Phone: Stempel and Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, 3-0238.
Former President
Will Write Book
On Woodrow Wilson
NEW YORK, March 4 (UP)
Former President Herbert Hoover
indicated today that after more
than 40 years of government
service, he is about to call it
a day.
Mr. Hoover, a spry 82," did not
use the word retirement. He still
has several projects to keep him
occupied, including a book about
one of his heroes Democratic
World War I President Woodrow
Wilson.
But he said he thought he had
just about completed his contribu contribution
tion contribution to the cause of government
reorganization, to which he has
been dedicated throughout his
public career. 1
The Republican former presi president
dent president appeared on a nationwide
Columbia Broadcasting System
filmed television interview with
commentator Lowell Thomas;
Still hammering away at his
lifelong campaign for greater
government efficiency arid econ economy,
omy, economy, Mr. Hoover said taxpayers
could be saved 4 billion to 5
billion dollars a year through
drastic accounting and budgeting
reforms. He called also for civil
service promotions through the
ranks on the same basis of talent,
experience and character used by
the armec forces.
Mr. Hoover confirmed he has
crossed party lines to write a
book about Wilson. He said it
probably would be titled 'The
Crucifixion of Woodrow Wilson at
Versailles." It will deal with
Wilson's disappointment at the
Versailles Conference ending
World War I.
' In recent years, Mr. Hoover
has been called back to govern-j
ment service" as head of Hoover
commissions on government
reform.
"When the average man reach reaches
es reaches three score and 10, well, he's
usually ready to call a halt,"
Thomas said to Mr. Hoover. "But
as for you, while in the last 10
years, much of it since you were
80, you have been working on this
massive project."
To this, Mr Hoover replied:
"Well, the sittings of these com commissions
missions commissions for over five years, and
in between I have appeared be before
fore before many sessions of congres congressional
sional congressional committees and public
bodies, and I just about think I've
done my contribution."

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Olds. 88 88-4
4 88-4 door best offer. Call, Balboa
2-2761, Barneby St. 764-D.
FOR SALE: 1952 DeSoto au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission fully -quipped
new tires, battery and
paint $700.00 Call 84-5288.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane 4-door, radio, new car con condition.
dition. condition. B.2000.00 272-2193 or af after
ter after 5:00 p.m. 2-1827.
FOR SALE: 50 Pontiac two two-door,
door, two-door, good working condition
$350.00, Tel. Bat.. 2-1295. 1524-F
Gavilan Rd. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick new
engine installed one year, good
tires, new brakes. Passed 1957
Canal Zone inspection. Price
$195.00. House 0852 Balboa.
Bachelor Quarters-by Church
of Christ.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0558
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. 5. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2j- 24,5 1 jJLii62
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmann
&
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tlvoli ( of July) Ave. 21A2
opposite Ancon School playground)
, Tel 2-2011 Panam
511m Sour ""own"
i BODY REDUCING
! Melev' 'Machines, Massage
Steam Bath mat fend female
ORTOPEDU NACIONAL
58 Av. Justo Arosemena S-221J
Dr. 8CHOLL trained Chiropodist
Carnival Sweeps
(Continued from Pe 1)
their coronation robes. Three
"Miss Panamas'. will also grace
the Hotel's float and Lucho Az Az-carraga
carraga Az-carraga will' bring music from
another float.
Comparsas which will salute
the queen at El Panama to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night will include one
group from Albrook AFB, an another
other another from Ft. Clayton, a third
composed of Americans from
Panama, and four Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian groups.
Besides the Union Club and
Hotel El Panama, fish will be
buried at several seaside spots.
The custom dates back to me mediaeval
diaeval mediaeval Spain.
Square Dance
'Carnival Hop'
The Silver Heights Squire
Dance Club of Rainbow City will
hold a "Carnival Hop" In St. Vin Vincent's
cent's Vincent's parish hall. Rainbow City.
Music will be furnished by Alfon
so and his Melody Boys from 8 p
m.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano
blonde mahogany, lightly Unad,
-1000, Whirlpool semiautoma semiautomatic
tic semiautomatic $125.00. 3-2595.
FOR SALE: Polleras, mon mon-tunos
tunos mon-tunos shirts, 1 hemsffch, sow sowing
ing sowing machine Singer. Ave. 13,
14-49. Tel. 2-2525.
FOR SALE: Camera Paxet Paxet-te
te Paxet-te with F2 Luxon lens and case,
$42.00. Camera Paxette with F2
8 Steinheil leris and case, $24.
One lot of accessories. Central
Avenue No. 156, corner of K
Street, Panama.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Winners of items advertised for
sale by the Curundu Post -Restaurant
must call for them not
later than 10 March 1957. Fai Failure
lure Failure to do so, these items will
be passad on to the next highest
bidder.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Emmy
landed in hot water np.iin this vai
and if thin us don't rha nffA nmo.
one may be justified In coming up
wnn a Tv series titled "The Perils
or iLmmy.
Ever since 1948's first Emmv
Awards of the Academy of Televi
sion Arts and Sciences thera has
been an annual coast-to-coast wail
from TV stars and rjroducers a
Dout tne selection of categories and
nominees. Many were justified.
ries oi uniair ana aisgrace-
tur are with us again and Emmy
wore her yearly blush on the eke
of the teb. 16 awards. Again the
complainants appear to be justi
tied. -i-
Last year Groucho Marx object
ed to being listed as a quizmaster
rather than' as a comedian, and
Jack webb was so critical of the
Emmy voting system that he with
drew two nominations.
This year Ann Sothern complain
ed that her "Private Secretary"
telefilms were omitted by the A
cademy from its "Best Series" list
and Producer Alex Gottlieb com
plained that his new .Oh! Susan
na series was not even included
in the reminder list sent out to
members for the purpose of pre
paring ruminations.
AID ANN- "T'm nn the war
path. Out of the list of 20 series,
my show has beaten more than
half of them in the ratings. It s un
fair."
Sait flnttliph- "Mavh thp Ara-
demy doesn't know what new shows
are on because they re too busy
watching old movies on TV.
Th red fafprt Academv. which
earlier withdrew the odd nomina nomination
tion nomination of Judy Garland for "Best Ac ActressSingle
tressSingle ActressSingle Performance" in the
old 1939 movie, "The Wizard of
Oz," dismissed the Sothern and
Gottlieb complaints with official
comment tnat tney proDaDiy aian 1
get enough votes to be nominated.
Popularity of both shows, however,
made this explanation somewnai 01
an eye opener.
Previous rnmnlflints about the
TV Academy's procedure indicates
n overhaul althniich it mav never
Ka arrnmnlishpH because of TV'S
fast changing trenas wnicn intro
duce new categories each year.
After Z9 years tncre is siui
- he Film Academv's
Oscar race. There Is no category
c ai musical of the year
an award many members feel
should have been established years
ago.
Confession of the Month: George
rwire Service) Brent about nis
gray hair. "It's been gray for years.
I dyed it for movies.
THIS IS TELEVISION, Mrs.
Hnllvwood doesnt have a
corner on trick names like Rock,
xab and Jet. A New York TV ac actor,
tor, actor, I'm told, answers to the name
of Rip Torn.
The Witnet: Mark Roberts is tell telling
ing telling about the basketball coach who
told his team, "We'll hav to re replay
play replay the last quarter. Something
went wrong with the TV cameras.'
Groucho Marx told Army Ar-
rherd: "With all the Academy nd
Emmv nominations. I nominate
nominate Groucho Marx for the
Best Supporting ACTRESS because
during the past 20 years I have
support ea tnree 01 mem.
HOLLYWOOD ON TV: Sponsors
are worried about George Gobei's
latest 22 rating 10 points below
the opposing "Gon smoke.
George's worried, too too much
exposure ... Bert Lahr faces a Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood telefilm camera late this
month for the Clot of a Dew show
idea, "Merlin the Magician." Pro
ducer Pad Rapp calls it "an ana ana-rhronist
rhronist ana-rhronist comedy." Rapp's "Hiram
Holliday" series fades after the 26th
film and star Wauy Cox agau is

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House Prepares For Hot Fight Over
GOP-Dem. Rival Farm Subsidy Plans

By VINCENT BURKE
WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
House Republican Leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jr. protested
today that Democrats who have
accused the administration of
spending too freely are now pro.
posing to add 500 million dollars
to farm program costs.
"I can't understand how Demo Democrats
crats Democrats who have been vocal in
opposition to the President's bud budget
get budget can vote for legislation that
would cost upwards of 500 million
dollars," he said.
Tlie veteran Massachusetts law
maker made the statement as the
House prepared for a hot floor
fight over rival farm subsidy
plans offered by Democrats and
Republicans.
Debate To Begin
l?16or debate nnens Wetnesrlav
with voting expected Thursday or
rnaayi. ah nouse Republicans
were,-summoned to a conference
tomorrow to discuss strategy.
Both plans would restore soil
Dame suDsmies tor commercial
corn growers in an effort to
eliminate the threat of heavy
plantings which could produce
more price-depressing surpluses.
The Democratic plan, in addi addition,
tion, addition, would opes the soil bank to
growers of six additional crops.
Republicans contend this would
add 500 million, to 1 billion, dollars
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Boats & Motors

FOR SALE; 18ft. sloop With
inboard beat offer. Call Robert
Harvis, Albrook 2136.
FOR SALE: 28' fishing launch
with Chrysler marine engine
$175.00, Tel. Gamboa 6-169.
to the 5 billion dollar farm budset
for the fiscal year starting July 1.
House Democratic Whip Carl
Albert (Okla predicted in a
separate interview that the House
would reject the Republican plan.
Itt voiced belief that the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic plan then would be passed,
but conceded it, would need ;some
GOP support.
Albert Sees Test
"This will be the proof -of
whether the Republicans want a
bill," Albert said. "If they wont;
vote for, anything but their own:
bill and won't support the legis legislation
lation legislation on the final vote, then it
will be.'obvioup they, are : playing
politics and don't want any bill."
"I'm not worried. over, the polit political
ical political consequences of going to the
polls orr this issue," Albert said,
'In every recent election Demo Democrats
crats Democrats have gradually been getting
stronger in the Midwest farm
areas." --''.'-.
Republicans, on the other hand,
have accused Democrats, of ma maneuvering
neuvering maneuvering to kill off emergency
corn legislation by including it m
a t far-reaching bill that can't
win congressional approval and
wouldn't be signed into law if
it did.
Martin said the Democratic
Congress will be responsible if no
legislation is enacted. .
. "The farmer knows y.who con
trols this Congress," he said.
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Lip Service Bipartisanship
Cause Of Failure-Democrats

WASHINGTON, March' 4 (UP,
Chairman Theodore Francis
Green of the Senate Foreign Re
lations Committee said today the
administration's; failure to consult
with Democrats "is one "of the"
reasons why m country. : is 'L in;
The Rhode ": Island Democrat
said the administration cannot
wait until situations such as the
Middle East crisis arise ana then
expect bi partisan support for
some crash remedy."
The administration's handling
of Middle Kastern nolicv also was
criticized by Sen. Henry M. Jack-
son (D-Wash). He accused Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles

of engaging in ''calculated eva- couH best be desribed as rah rah-sion
sion rah-sion in presenting President dom and expedient."
Eisonhower's Mideast resolution Jackson said the resolution was
to the Senate f'pot a happy vehicle, for express-
Senate leaders1 are pressing fori ing the intent of Congress" and
a final vote Tuesday or Wednes- that il provided no guide lines of
day on the 'Eisenhower Doc-policy to deal with the really
trine" resolution, which states' critical problems in the Middle
that the United States is prepared East ; J
to use troops, if necessary, tol "The -resolution may be helpful

resist Communist aggression m
the Middle- East.
The. measure -survived its -most
severe test yesterday when;. the
Senate1 ; defeated, 58 to 28, an
amendment by Sen. Richard B.
Russell CD-Ga) to .strike out pro provisions
visions provisions dealing with economic
and military aid. :
Green voiced his criticism ot
the administration in j a .speech
foe a New York dinner sponsored
by the Nationalities Division 'of

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of Monaco, Three hundred hours were devoted by craftsmen
to the rattan wickerwork, which is lined Trith quilted satini

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1NEA Radio-Telephoto)
TtUXCOAT RETURNS Reporting that Russia' crushing
of Huneary soured him on living in a Communist country,
American turncoat Samuel Hawkins (center) crosses the bor bor-der
der bor-der from Red China into Hon? Kong. The 24-year-old ex ex-sokller
sokller ex-sokller from Oklahoma City, Okla defected to Commnntst
China after hi capture during the Korean War. At left la
U. 8. Consul S. M. Back nt t Hht Is British official Mra.
- Joan Lamb.

WANTED:

Experienced Spanish ppeaJung cook. for
American couple without children. Must
present references. Not required to live. on
premises. Apply at 44th. Street No. 21 Bella
.Vista.

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the ; Democratic National Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. V t'Tht present administration
has hitherto given only lip servico
to bipartisanship, which is one of
the. reasons why bur .country it
in' ' trouble abroad," he said.
"When there has been any bi
partisanship, it' has been only a
bipartisanship of expediency.
"The administration has waited
until as in' the Middle 'East
today it was in deep trouble.
Only now, belstedly, it haJnyited
tne uemocrats to sit vi nur-
riedlv arranged' conferences at
the White House in the hope that.
in the- name Of bipartisanship, we
would, underwrite remedies which
as a declaration, of American in
tent,",: Jackson, said. "It could be
another useful warning to the
Russians. It could help fortify
certain non-Commynist elements
in the Middle Eastern nations.
But it is not a. substitute jtor wise
policies." ,-,'
Howeverl he said "It would
have serious, consequences or our
Wuture influence in ., the world, if
we fail to back up- the President
at' this time." '

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(Defense Department .Photo
From NEA Telephoto)
NEW MISSILE The Nike Nike-Hercules,
Hercules, Nike-Hercules, the United States
Army's new surface-to-air-euided
missile, blasts off from
its launcher at White Sands
Provinc Grounds, N.M.
17 French Soldiers
Killed Hear Algeria
In Rebel Ambushes
ALGIERS, Algeria, Marclr 4 4-(UP)
(UP) 4-(UP) Seventeen French soldiers
were killed and one badly wound wound-d
d wound-d in two rebel ambushes over the
weekend, French military authori authorities
ties authorities reported today.
' The two new battlefield setbacks
brought to 42 the number 01 f rencn
infantrvmen slain in rebel am
bushes in Algeria in the latter part
of last week.
The French, hitting back with
artillery and fighter planes, took
t lo.st T7 rebel lives yesterday.
' One of the two ambushes report report-tHv
tHv report-tHv tnnV tilace last Saturday
afternoon about 85 rntles south of
Aiiv mi all but wined out a
mall detachment of the 52nd Spahi
Regiment, Only one of the 12-man
French forca escaped to tell of the
aiaugmer.f
Eden Will Undergo
X-Ray Examination
At NZ Hospital
WELLINGTON, New Z e a 1 a n
March 4HJP) Sir Anthony E-
den's doctors announced today that
the former British Premier's sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory medical progress has
.Jhfff maintained.
They also announced Eden will
underio .an X-ray examination at
Green Lane hospital here tomor
row. : v.,-'; f
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today",
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrog raph le
Branch, ef the Panama Canal
Company:.
Balboa CrWobal
TEMPERATURE: f.
Hirh 0
Low 70
HUMIDITY:
High 93
Low .......... 47
82
72
S4
69
WIKD:
mat. mph) NW-17
RAIN (Inches) 0
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbors) 72
NW-17
.01
80
BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, MARCH S
HIGH
0:M a.m.
0:15 p.m.
LOW
12:09 p.m.
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"Let the people

32nd YEAR

PAA Lists Main Tourist Attractions Here In
, .: 1 ".
Bargain-Filled; Duty-Free Shops With

(Editor's Note: Under the date dateline
line dateline "Panama City," Pan Amer American
ican American World .Airways is circulat circulating
ing circulating this publicity piece about a
settlement some readers day be
able to identify, and some may
not.
Treating themselves to luxuries
is a pet pastime of U. S. tourists in
Panama.
With the world's luxury goods
German cameras, French perfum
es, Sswedisji crystal, Ingush chir
Chinese curios, to mention a few few-tagged
tagged few-tagged at bargain prices, it takes
no enort to forget budgets.
Panama, only four hours from
Miami by Pap American World
Airways, has a background of
four centuries as, a world mar marketplace.
ketplace. marketplace. During Spanish colonial
days, heavy laden pack trains
crossed the isthmus with gold
and ether riches from the Paci Pacific.
fic. Pacific. Merchants congregated in
treasure- crammed Panama and
founded busy trading houses.
Since import duties on luxury
goods in Panama are low and the
country has no sales taxes on such
items, the Arabian Nights bazaars
British Communist
Party Predicts Biq
Membership Decline
LONDON, March 4 (UP)
An official British Communist
Party Dubllcation "World News,"
yesterday predicted a further
fall in membership after the
Party's Easter congress and
said the party has already lost
"a solid block" of members.
The writer, well-known party
theorist professor Hyman Levy,
attributed the losses to leaders'
"lack of honesty and frankness
in dealing with critical party
members.
He added It is "well known"
that more members will leave
"unless a drastic change in at attitude
titude attitude and atmosphere shows it itself."
self." itself." According to the previous is issue
sue issue of "World News" the party s
strength on Feb. 13 was 25,750.
At last year's congress the
membership was eiven as 34,000.
Because of the heavy drop in
membership the executive ex extended
tended extended by three weeks the nor normal
mal normal re-registration period. But
"World News" quoted the party's
central organization deportment
as saying this brought in only
438 additional members.
Man Chokes Wife
With Leash After
She Slapped Him
NEW YORK, March 4 (UP) -An
auto repair man walked into a
police station today and said he
had just strangled his wife with
a dog leash because she slapped
him during an argument.
"I just killed my wife, 55-year-old
Peter Mangini said.
Police rushed to Mangini's three
room apartment and found his 40-
year old wife, Anne, sprawled oi

the bed. She was only partly clad.ilast of the sixtv Viscount turho-

Mancini told police he strangled

his wife with his hands after shi Britain by Capital Airlines of Wash Wash-slapped
slapped Wash-slapped him during an argument.) ington reached the U.S. at the
He finished the job by pulling a weekend. i i

dog chain about her neck. I
Mangini and his wife bad beet
seoaiated for four months lart
year he told police, but they had
gone oacK togeiner Decause ne
couldn't ret along without her.
RELEASE
WEDNESDAY 6
FROM 1 P.M.
, m if if
1 r
SI LUANA

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY,, MARCH 4, 1957

of the capital as Well as in Colon,
on the Atlantic coast, sing a siren
song of shopping few tourists can
resist
A one-half ounce of perfume that
would cost about $32 in the States
brings only $7.50 in Panama. Ger
man, Japanese and Swiss cameras
are roughly half-price by Stateside
standards. Swedish crystal pieces
run from $2 to $20 depending on
the size. Sterling silver and Swiss
watches can be bought at a saving
of from 30 to 40 per cent.
You can buy a Panama hat big
enough to-dress behind for about
$6.. I
There's also a wealth of goods
by the yard English doeskin, Eng English
lish English gabardine, Chinese pongee or
silk shantung and Irish linens. And
sample items that make unusual
gift? for thp folks back home are:
niello cartings made in Thailand,
$2; Mexican silver bracelet, $6.50;
Burmese silk stoles, in all colors,
shot witii silver and gold thread,
at $4.50 each; alligator belts for $2.
Panama wine merchants, operat
ing in-bond shops, will deliver vis
itors liquor purchases qirectly a a-board
board a-board their departing Clippers.
Scotch is $3 a fifth, gin $2.25, Cana Canadian
dian Canadian whisky $3.50, vodka $2, and
other brands in proportion
Panama's bazaars offer some cf
Singapore
Women visitors' eyes begin to
glow at the sight of beautifully
embroidered Chinese luncheon
cloths for $10 or unbelievable bar-
tnqlish Town Gives
Feline Exterminator
Security In Old Age
YIEWSLEY, England, March 4
(UP) This town's 20 councillors
devoted part of their meeting last
week to discussing the conditions
of employment of a cat.
But Nieser is no ordinary cat.
He has been effieial rat and mouse.
catcher of the Yiewsley and West
Drayton municipal offices for
13
years.
Last week the councillors decid decided,
ed, decided, at last, to list Nigger as an
official member of the municipal
siatt.
They also decided that any med
ical expenses Nigger incurs in his
work of exterminating rodents will
be chargeable to the rates
And Nigger will have free food
and lodging in the surveyor s de department,
partment, department, the councillors resolv resolved.
ed. resolved. When he gets too old to catch
mice the council will retire Nigger,
on pension, they decided
Finance Committee Chairman G.
Gittmgs explained: Nigger is
good tom-cat and we think it
sort of security."
Viscount Ho. 60
Flown from Britain
For Ofal AWines
LONDON. March 4 (UP) The
nron airliners ordered in 1954 from
Announcing imminent delivery,
the markers. Vickera Armstrong
.tat that nnwiurtinn tett fliffhu
werf. completed some six weeks a-
bead of contract date
This sixtieth aircraft was flown
to Washington on completion of
special storm-warning radar flight
trials.
' A second contract, for fifteen ad
Iditional Viscounts (making 75 in
all) was placed by Capital last
, July Dei'very of these is due to be
i completed ty August of tins year.
I These, viseounts were the first,
nd are still so far the only turbine turbine-!
! turbine-! powered aircraft in regular pas
senger service. with a U.S. airline.
W. Germany To Aid
Britain In Upkeep
Of Military Forces
BONN. Germany, March 4
(UP) Western Germany will
contribute 1140.000.000 In sun-
British divisions and a tactical
air force In Germany during the
1957-58 fiscal year, it was an announced
nounced announced here today.
In addition. Western Germa Germany
ny Germany will deposit with the bank of
England a total of $294,000,000
as a further measure of mutual
aid earmarked for future Ger German
man German transfer obligation and
the purchase of military equfp-

ment m ine uniten Kingdom.

country is safe" 'Abraham Lincolr.

gains In bone china. Standing? -a-',
bout the display floor are ornatejy
carved teakwood chests, lined with
aromatic camphor wood. They
range in price from about $25 to
$125 for a handsome, five f.iot
piece comprising a chest atop three
J ... f ... i , .!,
Purchases In these exotic em
poriums often are preceded by
spell of happy haggling before
the '. las' price" is reached. A
shopper with a nimble tongue
and poker faco can build up quite
a bargain if ,h' persistent and
persuasive enough.
An ivory tusk so intricately carv carved
ed carved as to defy description, for ex
ample, may start out with a price
tag of $325 and finally change
hands for $250. Or a pair of Japa Japanese
nese Japanese field glasses marked $30 may
oe devaluated to $24 before the
Democrat Asks His
Name Be Stricken
From Texas Election
WASHINGTON, March 4 (UP)
Thfprim Sm, Willi. A
requested today that his name bej

rA;;t;H r; 'vr urr Kiiates-lnste? oimm&i poucies-

.. I "cm0CTn 1nme
"c,,lc'cu yesieraay,
John
v n c rtiiuiucy vieuerai
In a telegram to Zollie Steakley,

Texas secretary of state,-Blakleyi being issued this week, the Board
expressed .deep respect- and ap-i pointed out that coverage is effec
preciation for the motive of my tive fore each employe on the date
friend, John Ben Shepperd, Li appearing on hi certificate This
2, ?y Mme for Pljc the.dt la thati on which th insur insur-r.
r. insur-r. i. . i ance company receives the first
nut he said, I am unable to payroll deduction payment from
pursue this opportunity for fur-' the Panama Cantl Company,
ther public service and I hereby! The employ is insured from

aireci you xo witndraw my name,
and request that I do not appear,
uiakiey was appointed to the
senate Dy former Gov. Allen
Shivers
o serve until the state
elected
a successor to former
Sen. Price Daniel, who resignedl
from the Senate to become Texas1
governor. i
The new senator will be elected
April z. There are 25 candidates;
for the post
, Imposition of sentence was su
spended in Balboa Maeistrate's
Court today for bus driver Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Murgas, 36, Panamanian, who
had failed to have his vehicle in
spected.
Murgas got the same treatment
for another infraction, that of per permitting
mitting permitting a passenger to leave his
bus at a point other than a bus stop.
He was put on probation.
Hp?
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The
Judge's Bench

CANAL ZONE GOVERNOR WILLIAM E. POTTS R was nt of honor cm Saturday at a luncheon
alven bv the International Council for Christian Leadership at the Hotel u Panama, follow following
ing following a three-day conference. The Governor said he was present in representation of VS. Sen.
Frank Carlson tR-Kan.J, who was unable U attend the conference because of the press of
his legislative duties.- Carlson Is President of the Interna tioaai Council for Christian Leader Leadership
ship Leadership Above, left to right, are Frederick L. Denton. Dr. Abraham Vereide. founder and secre secre-tarv
tarv secre-tarv "general of the ICCL. Potter, Edward Scott a director of the ICCL from Cabs, 3. Gerber of
Costa Rica, and Dr. Bancroft Reifsnyder. of Mexico at?. In the foreground art Mrs, Betty
M. Haley of Chesnut Hill, Philadelphia, and Li. CoL Roy A. Mordes

Panama: : v
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Perfume,Linen

friendly- -hassle'" is', over. .Fairly
friendly, that is. ";
-However, a number of the Pana-
ma shopg'have adopted a one-price
policy; so-thje oargammg isn't ine
vita ble,
Tourists needn't worry about U.
S. duty on the items they buy. They
can bring home $200 worth of duty
free gofcds every ,30 days." Of, if
they haven't been out of the Unit
ed States in six months, ithey are
allowed $500 worth: of duty free
gifts and souvenirs provided they'
spend 12 days abroad.
Certificates Will
Be Issued To Group
insurance Holders
Certificates, which will be issued
in lieu of policies,' will be distri distributed
buted distributed this week to Company-Gov
ernmeht employes who have joined
the Group: Health Insurance Plan,
it was announced Monday at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
TU- t:- j : :1 n r:
V' Pi tw.iMUiua
c0mmon,y fXwed K
curs niA UnorW a nirl 4k nil n rtAH
Policy is held by the custodial,
wjio, 'in this case, is Governor WU
nam i; rotter
Simultaneous with the announce
ment that the first certificates an!
that date on, a spokesman said;
he emphasized that the insurance
is effective even before 50 per
cent of all employes are enrolled
in the insurance plan.
Employes are urged to sign
their applications for the group
hospital and health insurance and
get them, to Division representa-
fives this weekK Those with past
medical history, especially, -should
join at once as they will be fully
covered on a non-selective-regard
less of physical condition basis
when the 50 per cent- mark Is
reached,
Rio Officials Ban
Rock Roll During
3-Day Carnival
h-IUO DE JANEIRO,- BraziV

March 4 (UP) Authorities i Cross negotiators naa Been -unbanned
an "Rock n' Roll" at able to agree on a final commu commu-treet
treet commu-treet and nublic dances during niaue to end the Moscow tauu,

it.- At j tr a; n v i
nintw tniv
The ruliiig against "Rock n
Roll," authorities said, was to
avoid confusion." They did not
eUborate. l

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SWEATING' IT OUT '"'With part bi his '$143,000 winning! at" stakeVqulzz expert Charles Van,",
Doren wipes his brow after Ats. Vivienne Nearing tied him twice more on. the television show.-"Twenty-One"
in New York. Mrs. Nearlng matched answers with the (.young college instructor
In lour different categories. The "(match will be resumed' this week, at" $2,000 point:

Armed Forces r Day Will Be Celebrdfed
At Albrook ; Air Force B ase:; March 16

When the Armed.J'orces of the
United states, invite isthmians
to Albrook- Air force i Base ; on
Saturday, March 16, It will .be
the seventh time that A people
here in the canal Zone will ob
serve thr special demonstrations
of the combined Services This
is the background story of our
Armed (Forces Day.
A unified Armed Forces Day
was established in 1S50 by the
Secretary of Defense, with the
approval of the President for
the- purpose Qt giving'- official
recognition to a single public
nresentation by the Armed Fore
Reds Hot Ready Yel
To Return 85,000
Vr-Held Germaiu
;uuKiiiLLiAii u u.
March 4-.(UP) The soviet un

uu 4vk Z!iZl lt "ooean command, set the or
German civilian ; pBlsoners :,gervance date m the Canal Zone

war, Dr. neinncn weuz, presi-i
dent of the West German e
Cross, said last night, i ;
Dr. Welts returned home to
day from Moscow where he held
a series of uhpubliclzed discui discui-alon.1
alon.1 discui-alon.1 with the Soviet Red Cross
over the fate of German civil civilians
ians civilians still held in Russia since
World War; II.
The West German Red Ctpm
claims there re some 85,ooo a-
villan prisoners still m Russia..
witx xairt he considered his
trin "successful" in laying the
groundwork lor further progress
on the question when Russian
delegation returns the -visit -in
May. He said he felt there wire
prospects of real progress at the
May talks.
The German and B0l.?a
m.U. -A i I
I ... 'I t
He said an Germans still held
as war prisoners In Russia now
are able to get -in toucn wiui
i their relatives by letter. I.,-

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dusly' observed
services. -; r
by
individual
The' designation of a single
occasion for a joint report to
the people en the state, of the
nation's defense was in line
"with the creation of the" De Department,
partment, Department, of Defense by act of
' the Congress. -, Thus,' Armed.
Forces Day was intended to
symboli)ze unification, and af afford
ford afford an annual opportunity,
to demonstrate the close work
. Ins- relationship of the Armyf
i Navy, Air .Force, Marine Corns
; and Coast Guard at all levels
of command.
v '';-" ', h-
: The" President proclaimed -the
third Saturday in -May 1950 as
the first Armed Force$ Day. Thf
third Saturday in May was sel selected
ected selected only after thorough study
or air possible alternatives, f
. It was generally agreed that
Armed Forces Day could not 'be
properly observed in the iwintqr
montns, because of the. weather.
' YT'h rtanr nf nfer,c An
recommendation ,of t h
n--nv
up-to 18 March from U May due
to the fact that the Marchdate
iaus in tms region's "dry sea
son" una promises better all
round conditions for the : cele-
Drauonj.
, Summertime was abo consid considered
ered considered but because of school and
college vacations was overruled
ana autumn was under consid
eratlon but because of conflict
with established school ana
college sports events was elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. L -
such dates as VE Day, v Day,
Memorial Day, indepf nrtence
Dav and.' Armistice DT vera
unfavorably considered be-.
cause each has t particular
significance which would, be
undesirably dlmlnls bed ; by
conversion Into Armed Forces
' Day, ;:: ; :.,;' "v, A -r: :,v
Although it was recognized
that the third Saturday in May
should always be within fifteen
daya of Memorial Day a' na national
tional national holiday of great signifi significance
cance significance to millions of .Americans,
particularly members of veter veterans'
ans' veterans' and patriotic organizations
lt was believed that this day
would actually involve .the least
3 Yoiilhs Who Broke
Florida Burlaw
rye
TALLAHASSEE, Fla,' March 4
-(UP) City Judea John Rudd
Imposed the maximum penalty
of a $500 tint and 60 days In Jail
today on three college -students
convicted, of viola tins; Tallahas Tallahassee's
see's Tallahassee's bus seatlnc law. z
Rudd severely lectured Joe
Spagna, 25, whita St. P-terJlurt
student at Florida State Univer University,
sity, University, and Negro students Johnnv
Herndon, 28, and Leonard SDeed,
21, who sat together on a city
bus Jan. it in defiance of the
driver s order to more.
- :
FYs n cisco Rodrisuet Ttm-
pa, Florida attorney for" the
1NAACP who representet the
youths, Immediste'v annornced
he would appeal the verdict to
Circuit Court Rudd set fcond at
tl.0O each and rave Kodrirues
exactly one hour to post ball or
sea his clienUjalled. .... a..;
: The students were sent to the
police station In custody of two
officers to await postinc of the
bond. The exact penalty wbtcn
followed Rudd's refusal of a new
trial, was a $500 fine or to dsys
In Jail plus a nrandstory 60 dtvs
in tail h inivimniii nmaKv
for fiolation of a city ordinance, I

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conflict with established 'com 'commemorative
memorative 'commemorative occasions and with
business, industrial, educational
and professional- activities, and
thus would afford, the most
suitable opportunity for nation--wide
public participation in such
an observance. ;
"' Tneihfefes "which the -local
population has shown In the

Armed, Forces Day; observances.

.01 ine past rave-, spurred tn tn-military
military tn-military serviceto plan a par s
ticularly (rood combined demon demonstration
stration demonstration this Tfear Everyone 19
urged to "reserve Saturday,-Mar.
16 to; come to'Albrook Air. Force
Base on the pacific side or tq
ForfDarvls ort ,the Atlantic side;

jor rot pig. event.
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ELVIS F.- ESLEY.
. OPENS
WEDNESDAY
THE SOLID GOLD
"CADIJMCY
Fcr-iristance,'. 1 thia
bewildered blonde get
kissed dismissed, bawl bawl-edou
edou bawl-edou xip, pushed around,
subpoenaed, surprised'.'
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compromised . and the)
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even' gets tH? Cadillac.
in the end!
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