The Panama American

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

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

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" MORF .TOURIST FL1TES,
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Bib Tax-delinauents

Squavfc At Threat

Of Property Liens
' Publication of a broposed government plan to lap int
on th properties of, delinquent 'taxpayers brought waves
of protest" today from several Panama; businessmen. ?
" The proposed plaa was variously called "unjust,"
- ''arbitrary' and "hasty" by property owners and business
who" admitted being in' arrears .In the payment of their
- It Is. estimated that moneyed taxpayers owe the gov-

.ernmerjt several mllHon; dollars in taxes.

( nnvAmment sookesmen
said

some of the delinquent taxpay taxpay-v
v taxpay-v ers have always been in a posi position
tion position to pay up, but have made
, njefort to bring their payments
up to-datey,
! I. niimmpnt nlan is said

to be alme especlaUyvat those
" who owe the government large

' sums lor taxes. s.
Estonian Lands
In Jail Again ;

- For Being Drunk

i' courU beings-. 1-;;;-'
, v-waa unable to -care .f or 1 c n

';aietr4 that Of others,
; k' Vai' sentence" to. M days
' In 4alT and fined sas. ior
Srie which soured at Gorgas
Hospital t T;30 last night.
. We ha served several previous
Jait terms for tws oiic"'"!
ta one Tnstanc. he asked po
lice to arres mm.
14
i
X-RAY CIANT This huge,
itwo-million-volt ;X-y ,m-
chine has been Installed t
Naval Magazine, Port Chicago, ;
Calii, to test naval ordnanc
and other defens jnateriaL It
M expectad te eSect big savings
by insuring top quality in ma- ..
terials. It Is housed in spe
' eial building with tour-foot-'thick
eoBcreU walls. .Dwarfed
by the instrument is Captain
Mott, commanding officer at
, the project 7 -;.
imponuon or sentence was
suspended for two Colombians.
Manuel Muriilo, 30, and Felix
Carrilto, 39, who were found
trespassing on the Curundu
dump. The area was posted.

: Judge's Bench

f

Imposition of sentence-was
also suspended for John Thomas
: Grandifon, 29, Panamanian,
. ho wag convicted of. having

Cjiojrn a pair oi combat bootsjumate business. .
vorth $S from under the Ai- :
'brock quarters of :Wiliiim P.f He was fined $10 in Balboa
. Peel.. .... : 'Magistrate's Court.

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CRITICAL Canada's gift to
Hollywood eiirvesome Dianne
Foster, wonders what happened'
to the he-maa film star. The
young actress says yesterday's'
heroes arei creaking In the
joints. Today's crop, she adds,
need mother's love more than )
woman's affection 'V : 1
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Ilele
Set Wednesday
Funeral services for M r a.
Clementina Oarrido Hele, mem
ber of a well known isthmian
iamuy who died suddenly u yes
terday afternoon In Goreaa Kos.
pltal, will be held Wednesday at
a.m. .in me sacrea ? Heart
Chapel In Ancon.
Rosary, services' will be held at
the OOrgas Chapel tomorow at
715 pi m. The Rev-Michael M.
Wye CM., will- conduct both
services: sjnterment will take
place .Wednesday at Corozal
Cemetery following 'the funeral
services.
' Mri Hele: Who- was 84 veara
old at the time of ber death, was
born m Panama and lived all of
her life In Panama and the Ca
nal Zone.
i;- U '" 'N.J tl .,'."1
She was the widow of the late
Herbert E. Hele, who came to
the Isthmua during construction
days and who, up to the time of
his retirement from the Canal
Service in 1945," was Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Assistant in th Engineer
ing and Construction Bureau, i
Since the death of her hus
band in 1953. Mrs. Hele made
her home in the Canal Zone
with her son William H. Hele. of
saiDoa.
In edition to ber son William.
Mrs. Hele Is survived by another
son Albert,, of Curundu and by
three daughters. Mrs. Carmen
Ergleston, of Balboa; Mrs. Alice
Glare oi Riaito, cainoraia; and
Mrs. Martha M. Sides, of Norfolk,-
Virginia; and 15 grandchil grandchildren.
dren. grandchildren. ' -,r
' She had two sisters, Mrs. Ame Amelia
lia Amelia Novey- and Mrs. Berta Ber Ber-guido.
guido. Ber-guido. and a brother, octavio
Oarrido, who reside in Panama
Ctty': r
YagrancylO
TarrancT was the charre
a-
rainst Roderick Alberger Simp Simpson.
son. Simpson. 17. Panamanian, who was
found in La Boca without legi-

AN INDEPENDENT oVl

''Let the people know the truth and the

Magsaysay's
Found
MANILA, March lg (UP)-Res-
cue workers 4 found the charred
and mangled body of Philinnine
rresiaent Hmoq Magsaysay and
at least 23 other persons in t he
wreckage of the presidential plane
uiKu on junsie-coverea mountain
cepu xsiana today,
vice rresiaent ( ar m nri
flew1 here from Svdnev. Auntr.iia
hi lane me oain as the new chief
executive. He said before leaving
Australia that no new national
lection will be Keld until the reg-
" ; cueuuiea xor December.
, iuassaysav'S death dft a.
nous, oiow to American policy
nlans in th. Dkii;..;... j 1 ,r
LUcal observers predicted a Ions
r ... Mao jiuiuuuics. jinn nn i.
period of pohtical unrest. He had
come to power; with strong Ameri-
can oaciung, ana American offl
cials were deenlv shorkori
uniy one person survive t h
crasn. was westor Mata, a re
i m fp'., the Philippines Herald
2
Search
In CoIlmblRlt
A rescue roissiori whir), rh.
ed for possible survivors of an A A-pianca
pianca A-pianca Ah-lines plane crash was call
ed off and two Army aircraft from
the Canal Zona returned v.ct.r.
day- af ter-;it-wast estalbished "llikO
u auvatu tne r coiomuaa :piaoe
had been killed." '. --t '.-i
No sign of life 'was'jlgned ,by
aa Army H-18 helicopter which
left here Ffiday and flew -to with-
I U ) 1 . .
wjMu ieef-oi the rash scene.
The search oneratinnr A.
scribed as extremely dangerous
because of the altitrnfa ani tri.
ky weather. Minutes after the heli-i
copier naa uown over the scene,
the weather, closed, in,
A ground nartv of rnlnmhi. mil.
iatary personnel and civihans plus
an American m i a s i 0 a r y left
Wednesday for the scene and it
was estimated it would take a
week for it to reaeh the site, t
. The Avianca plane crashed into
a 7900-foot mountain about twenty
uiuci cacn m uuenaventiira
wees ago toaay. Aboard wen 15
persons ten Colombian! and uiv.
Americana.
ine request for helo earn in
Caribbean Command headquarters
through diplomatic- channels last
luesaay.
xwe Army aircraft were aent.
an H-H helicopter and a U-1A ot-
ter. The helicopter crew included
Captain Earl W. Neilsen. who m
en-the-scene commander; First
lieutenant Dennis E. Newport and
crew chief Specialist Jerry L. W-j
thirington. The Otter crew iaclud
ed Fut Lt! Paul R. Curry and
crew chief Specialist James R. Lo
gan.
Both planes were from the 937th
Engineers Aviation Company of
fort Kobe.
. Also on the scene wai an T.-19
puoted by First Lt. Jack B. Joy-j
oer, oi ine uiomma mter-Am en en-can
can en-can Geodetic Survey m a o p i n r
project,
The rescue mission was directed
by the Air Rescue Coordination
Center at Albrook AFB
Reckless Driving
Cpsts $25
Reckless driving of a Vi-ton
truck on Balboa Road netted a
$25 fin when Roy Chester Zor-
res, 40, American, faced the Bal-
Doa Magistrate today.
J
The recklessnesa caused an'.
accident.

Body

UNITED .' STATES WORRYING OVER

. By LKROY POPI
.' WASHINGTON. March U (UP)
While the United States has
been worrying ever Sues some se-!
rious discontent has developed hi!
Panama.
This discontent could be exploit-;
ed against Uncle Sam with conti-
derable effect. The basis of the,
trouble is that congress is dally-!
ing about tarrying out the
ea made to Panama In the 1955i

treaty. (will be needed when the new Pae-
The United Slates promised to' Americsn highway is finished. L'o L'o-tura
tura L'o-tura ever to the Remiblie ef Paaa-!less Vncle Sam sets busy they

ma about S30.0O0.000 worth of real!
estate that is bow part of the Ca-4

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

fi

THE PL.SE
OF PIA4M4
CONSTRUCTION of new
shanties at the Fruta de la
Pa va shanty town was reported
toway by the tabloid daily La
Hora.
4
The paper predicted' that a
grave problem might result,
- Some of. the dwellings: have
been built with wood from old
boxes, While others are made
with new lumber. La Hora said
Fruta 4' de la. Pava (Turkey
Fruit) Hill is located on the
Trans-Isthmian highway behind
the new plant of the National
Brewery.
El Dia's1 special correspondejit
in, Puerto Armueiles reported
today that President Ernesto de
la : Guardia has denied .any
knowledge of a "sensational,
document'r on the Jan. 2, 1955
assassination -of President Jose"
A. .Remon. .;--:.:
However, the correspondent
said, National Guard com,
mander Bolivar Vallarino ad admitted'
mitted' admitted' being told by Pan Panama
ama Panama City attorney Nicolas Pe Peres
res Peres that Peres had proof as
to the "real assassin of Pres-'
..ident BensHi'r;ijr-'V.'-.' f-
' Both President de la Ouardia
and Vallarino aereed that P6rez
hmi14' civ. m 1-ffW, 'h.
had ', to : th Attdriiey? General,
t.h nrrKnnnr1n: ; V
is-; ifK-v i 'r..,-.r.
Airoundable 'dlscussio
- Vr.
-Victor
Jullaot presiding;
over: the ; ln-
: '4. ,;V;; : M
augural session.
A : liouse-to-house spraying
with 'DDT has been planned by
for May the Antl-MMarlal Sec Section
tion Section of the Public Health Min
istry.
A total
used.'
of 38
jeeps jyill
be
'Jf
Font persons received med medical
ical medical attention over the weekend
at Santo Tomas Hospital for
Injuries resulting from accidents
and fights, it was reported" to
day. ?-.' : j?(s. v.-
' ;,y
in addition, tnere was one
traffic fatality: 24-year.old Miss
Batisuana Berguido, who died
when a "UNICEF Jeep In which
she was riding turned over near
Potter Td Attenff
House Hearings;
Tomorrow
Gov. W. E. Potter will leave by
plane early tomorrow morning
to attend hearings of the House
of Representatives committee on
appropriations which willle
held this week.' v
The Governor will be accom
panied by Philip L. steers, Jr,
comptroller, and LeRoy B. Mag Mag-nuson,
nuson, Mag-nuson, chief of the Budget
Branch.- He will return to the
Canal zone the end of the
week. ",).-
During" the Oovernor'a ab
sence, Lt Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr,
will act as governor,'
$100
Drivine on Bruia road while
intoxicated netted a $100 fine
for Charles. Edward Moller, 42,
an American airman, when his
case was heard today In Balboa
Magistrate's Court.
The offense occurred at 7:05
p.m. on Friday.
nal Zone. But Congress has ftot
passed the enabling bilL The Pa
namanians want the land and say
they nave immediate use Tor it.
. We also premised la the treaty
to build a 20,000,000 bridge across
the Canal at the Pacific end but
have taken no steps U start the
bridge.

educational nroblema la' eYiPA-,W,W W. wur,

lit ih Naflnrurf 1TifvrJ1tw rftv I ""Hef fonaitlon is

.rrt sti.f f 'After, she- rallied fr

The Panamanians are getting
promis-impatient. Taey ssy the bridge.

while not urgently needed now
nr. tha farktn woal b readv in
tuna. .

HE DAILY

country is safe" ibraham Lincoln.

' f i k 1 I 1
SK.I 1 f

Locals .900, 907 Schedule
Strategy Meet Tomorrow

The joint board of Local 900
and Local 907 of the American
Federation of State, County and
Municipal Employes (AFL-CIO)
will meet tomorrow night on the
Atlantic side to .determine Its
approach, to r Canal Zone, con contractors
tractors contractors on. the $ir-an-hour wage
ruling.i:!,:,i. -J'-;-'
The board will aiscuss au as aspects
pects aspects of last week's Truling by
the U S. Department; of Labor
that the minimum Wage and 40-
hour-week provisions of the Fair
Labor Standards Act apply on
the Canal Zone.
In connection with the ap ap-pllcation
pllcation ap-pllcation ft may be necessary
to consider each contract let
by the Panama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, or by the military agen
cies, as, a separate, problem,
At tomorrow's 1 meeting, the
board will give Its chief atten
tion to deciding now to move in
regard to the score or more con con-tractine
tractine con-tractine firms oerformine con
struetlon or operating; contracts.
As to the scrap-ioaaing joo
CZ Woman Whose
Still Serious
-I.U ? f'
t rMrsWelhe. Hyde, 39, a -resident
t AnCOn WHO WSS DaOiy DUTnea
iiim.'"wecm alter- -uorr 'uiuwvira
!?
about' the same.
oiffHhefirst
shock of. the accident,', Mrs. Hyde
explained, .that she; had been sit sitting
ting sitting 14 he nightgown reading when
she struck a matcn. to wgni a cig
arette., ( :ff. s..i-'",.S vj-.ii'
The match exploded and h e r
nightgown made some 'inflam
mable' syntheue, matenai dumi
into. name immeaiateiy.
She ran into the shower and
turned it on to I extinguish the
flames. ;,' f ..... .,.,'.-v.-
The cold water, she said, seem
ed for a time to relieve the burn,
and sne did not reauzeuntu later
how Seriously she was mime,
The accident occurred a b e u
8:30 p.m., but
Mrs. Hyde did not
call Gorgar
unui ,uumi j i-mt
tiie next morning
v r
British Raihvaymen
Threaten To join
tnmns'Uiii is irtTPVHait
road unions today threatened to
join almost 3,000,000 s b i p y a r d
workers and engineers la a spread-
ing strike unless their wage de.
mands are met in a decision ei
pected today.
Jim r.mnhit ni ..
ry of the National Union of Rail
Waymen, hurried back from aOi
international labor conference in
Germany to receive a decision on
h railwavmen'! demand tor .a
ner cent wage boost, f
tie said ne expected ro get) tne
wage decision from, the1 govern
ment tribunal -, today. IndicaUons
were the rail men would strike if
the tribunal- failed to return at
least 4 five per cent raise.-
Already 200,000 shipyard work-
ers are out on strike paralyzing
Britain's big shipbuilding industry
all along the coasts -.
At least part of. more than 2,-
T50.000 engineering workers were
scheduled to walk off their jobs
at noon Saturday-if t h e i r de
manHc lia h failmen aiwl ahin.

yard workers a 10 per cent raise," Acting assisUnt secretary of,
were notwiet with some son of slate' for interamerican affairs
counter offer by management. Boy R. Rubbottom, Jr., it was
These two walkouta alone would learned, was questioned exten
make the labor stoppage the most (lively about F.B.I, reports en the
serious since the general strike of case and U.S. policy, toward the

'192.
' The biggest cause ef the dlscoD dlscoD-tent
tent dlscoD-tent Is delay in enacting a new
wage equalization policy for Pa Panama
nama Panama It has long been a griev grievance
ance grievance of Panamsnians that Amer
icana working far the Canal com companya
panya companya government corporation
were paid more than Panama
nians for doing the same work.
To the Panamanians H often
seems that the Americans are
stalling rather than trying te work
out a fair wage pregram.
1 For example although the Unit
ed States Supreme Cmtrt decided
back ia IMS that tie Federal mm
ilmum wage law appbed te the Pa-

NbWSPAPER

almost finished In Balboa under
the- coordination of contractor
John V. Carter, the union's in international
ternational international representative, Wil William
liam William H. Sinclair, said today Lo Local
cal Local 900 "will accept and process
every claim, (that is presented
by any man, who has worked on
this Job.
Sinclair said today that a-
partment ruling made it clear
that no infraction would have
; occurred until such time as
payment Is made.
He said several men had ask asked
ed asked him whether they should ac
cept their, pay if it were less
than the $l-an-hour minimum.
; Sinclair said he has counseled
them to accept it, and then
make their claims.
"Go ahead and draw your
pay," he advised, adding that
there can be no claim for non noncompliance
compliance noncompliance until wages below
the minimum are paid.
Sincla'r said toda ythat a a-bout
bout a-bout 180 men of Carter's force
have joined Local 900.
These men have signed up
and agreed to pay their first
dues out of their pay on the
scrap 'job.
Sinclair, added that his union
would process and send to
Washington air pay claims of
laborers on: the minimum wage
issue, regardless of whether the
men have' sighed up for the
union. .ft. "'.;,;'....
i It was teported today some' of
the men might pe paid tms ait ait-ernoon,
ernoon, ait-ernoon, Ijr Panama,; starting at
4 oclock. but it was" doubtful
whether all would be field before
! Only a sman tang was leu a a-,board
,board a-,board the,thip itoday,;!.:
ullptrujinb S
To Pursue Probe
Oi Missing'Flier
',. .7. v--
; WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
K.Tk- Can at- Vnrvion Relations
committee has beeun an investi-
JgaUon into the international
r fni.. ii.j th riuannear
-. imsriiin aviatnr Herald
1. fMnnAv in thu nnmimcan
(Republic
The. committee's subcommittee
on Americsn affairs met in closed
session Friday and discussed the
case for an hour and a half with
administration officials.
The United States yesterday
formally demanded that the Do Dominican
minican Dominican government "reopen and
vigorously pursue" investigation
into the disappearance of the
23-year-old Eugene Ore., youth
HinPhy vanished in Ciudad
Vruito Dec. 3 after he boasted
-.knowledge: that the TrujiUo
rme was involved in the
earlier disappearance of Celum
lit University Professor Jesus
l Galindes in New York.
.' '.. .
note delivered y tne U.S.
' moassy m uuoao iruuuo, tne
lOl.Sv OfflCiaUy rejected We Uom in
l;an government's explanation for
a upprance uu
rranaeo uocumenu lupportmn
mat explanation apparent lor.
series.
Rep. Charles O. Porter (D-Ore).
ho represents Murphy's home
strict, promptly hailed tne tind
a gs as fresh reason for granting
J ss demand for a thorough con-
sessional investigation.
Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore) is
chairman of the American Affairs
subcommittee and presided at its
Humhv-Calindez sesilon.
'Trujille regime.
PANAMA'S
nam a' Canal Zone, the Department
of Labor has not
yet begun en
forcing it there.
f :
As a' result, the prevailing min minimum
imum minimum wage for common labor in
the Canal Zone is ssid -to be a a-round
round a-round M cents an hour as against
the $1 provided by law.
'There are reports la Washing Washing-on
on Washing-on that Labor Secretary Mitchell
miy order minimum wagea raised
on the Canal Zone this month. j
Diseentent ever the new treaty
cemeS at a ticklish time. Panama
has hsd centimious political ten ten-awn
awn ten-awn ajtbough oe violence since

Ul
7

Still lust Decide

Which CZ Workers

Come

Under

WASHINGTON, Morch
ment spokesman said today
ties are hopeful ;o contractor
ordered to pay a $1-dn-hour

Ni.iBrwiae, ne srarea, rne oepartment will take per pertinent
tinent pertinent steps to enforce last week's ruling' that the Fair
Labor Standards Act applies to the Ponamd Canal Zorie.
The ruling came followina a union eomnlnrnf W

stevedores' loading scrap metal were being paid unfair

wages.
The spokesman said he
complaints but that if there

would act on them immediately.

'If there is any evidence of
any violation of the law, i we
have adequate ways of dealing
with it," he remarked when re reminded
minded reminded there are no wage and
nour oriiciais in tne zone at this
time;v :.i ,. z'.y
The department' spokesman
said that ther was no ques
tion that the Fair Labor
Standards Act applied to the
Panama Canal Zona. What
has to be decided i what sne sne-kifie
kifie sne-kifie workera fall under ithat
tJaw,Vhe pointed wtv'i3V??
c ? He said the department Vis
how awaltlns; Information from
1U1U1BUUU
tne canar zone
on the compll
t's opinion.
ance of last week
; : .
channels this miormatlon would
come, but remarked, "we have
our way or finding out.'
3 CZ Hospital
Accident Cases
Belter Today
Three accident cases in Canal
Zone hospitals are better today.
Ashton Gardiner, the Canal
seaman who suffered a concus
sion when he was hit in the
head with an eight-lb. piece of
a broken chock is still on the
seriously ill list. But he is show
ing improvement.
Th. ,v,ir .u.rA
Ruling" M T"brSke u ,t was
entering Oatun Locks. One Dart
entering
trwn 32 i' 1J 'm!
ki.i- B,..v..Tf. .v..
k-wj, WhUi.K ...
neaa;
l.VnwH mkA ana aa 4m4WAI
aboard the Fukusan Maru while
loading scrap, is now off the se-
riously 111 list.
Pamela C. Brathwalte, age
one. Panamanian of Rainbow
City, who suffered a concession
seriously ill list., It is expected
she will be discharged shortly.
Dark Deed$750
A fine of $7.50 was Imposed
today in Balboa Magistrate!
Court on Jorge Carlos Alvarado,
,3. Panamanian, who failed to
display three reflector unite In
lieu of lights when his truck
broke down after dark oa a Ca-
nai zone mgnway.
DISCONTENT
he assassination of President Re-
moa in 1955. It was Remon who
negotiated .the treaty Uncle Sam
now is accused ef being slow in
carrying out.
Panama also is becoming more
prosperous. It is growing sugar
and rice and tomatoes and other!
new crops. It is becoming a "tax
escape paradise" for foreign hold
ing companies, trans shipping
Companies and merchandise brok brokers
ers brokers ge businesses.
In other words, the Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians are growing up and they are
art ia a mood te let Washington

stall on what tsey consider to beilid silver platter

their legitimate rights..

nn curt
Law
18 (UP) A Labor Depart
that United State
in the Panama Canal Zont
wage. minimum will comely;
..
was not aware nf nn fk
were anv the
Scrap-Loaded
Sittini low' iii ;hJii2 j.u
ill. T TCl '.- W1UI
T "J-,., more ions of
'd-th Fukussn Maru
i-S. made rrf a.
scrap to
V. resny. today, for the
er tnree forward holds
waded and battened.'
are
,1!At!n. h2Id ,M battened,
tut a deck-load of scran railmarf
tails
was being lashed on top el
K.
A
crane was a til I lii k;-
pieces of scrap into the No. X hold.
If the last "wrap ef scrap"
this afternoon, there la aehenee
me ahht can threugh fhe va.
riews inspections Mcasaery lB
Hme fr her to sail for JMn
tonight with 1120 ton. ,f ..r,
The last piece of cargo U
1 w arge u ex-
e(ced bflard today, but whether
1 h tt.w nough d!ylighi
5' foL eomphcated t ia-
flection, seemed doubtful.
Exceot for An nils rt
' oe? .for another vessel the Ions
bsi iLHi
!.eBtlrely el"
f om railroad ears.
rauroao cars.
Japanese crewmembers
drifting back aboard this
were
morn-
remarked h had
irT V tueh f" scrap-load-
.
fNot many month, ago be-
rfD"inbi?ia!uI".
g Sled t ?
cSSSf'todS tt Lr, ka.
, Z2L!!L.
American Legion
Says 1st Prize
Still Unclaimed
A TV and Hi Fl set are still
waiting to be claimed as first
prize from the Americas LeuWs
Bhthdsy Ball raffle.
The Legion said they were look
ing for the peraoa who bought Ne.
028&, which woe first prixe Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at the legion dance held
at El Panama.
The winning stub, they caid.
could be presented at Hainan's
in Panama, and the Magnavex TV.
Ill -Ft set will be glvea to the bold bolder
er bolder of the ticket. r t r
Second prixe wuiaer. Mrs. Myrs
na O'ConneU of Margarita woa a
set ef Italian Mow glassware., six
bottles of liquor and $100 credit
en a new ear.
Mrs. J. C Robert woo third
prize which consisted ef a clock
bed lamp, a chrome set ef Ford
buhrasa. a man's silk robe, a ao-
and A-.la&iM
- Yardley pawaar

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By VICTOR RIESEL

- CHICAGO Those nerrahU

Portland Teamsters so devoted tn

pmDaii came entertainment, mav

have tilted the whole AFL-CIO to

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Utters ai received rtfMlly sab ara handled in a whelly cpntidential f. "'ei jTf i .C4n helP but

M yea contribute a letter don't be Impatient if 4t eesa'f appear the

next day. Letters ara publishes In the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.

Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.

Across this land, even lh the out

er sanctums of labor, informed

union men are saying openly that
wr seems inevitable between the

Thi newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements m-'mlZZL5Zjr

m.J la UH.fi (mi. M.d.r. f" " "4UB

THE MAIL BOX

iy ; powerful band led by George
Meany. Walter Retuther. Jim Ca-

rey and David Dubinsky. And it

may ne violent. Talk of this was
as animated as Dave Beck w ir

ritated during his brief but ludi ludicrous
crous ludicrous moment here at Midway
Airport.

Mug may cuinc Blier me

" senate -Hearings which are being

For weev, rve been thinkine that I was once again deep ffSKJSS0 5?tte nation-

bj. -.' r. u. ii iuui -viucis. iim ,iirev. ior ni-

oiaqvi i-wT snnrniirn f "H ninrnia wir.n i lr kvh aiii&i uiiiu. i .. 1

Sol tne brusn mat seems to take place each try season. "e .rcy proceeaings.

PENALTIES OF FIRE

Soon the AFL.CIO's-vnaMon.l

. loaders will ask the Teamsters
Brotherhood to- move against
those of Its officials who have
taken the Fifth refused to an-

wr on the grounds-, that they
might incriminate themselves.

This the high command must

As an interested conservationist, erosionist and agronomist,

I wouid iike to take strong exception to and give strong warn

ing of thta destructive burning oi Panama s counwysiae.
i First of all, is the destruction of wUdlife when fires wage

uncontrolled. Witness the death pi the two aeer on ousb, am,
Ithen multiply these two deaths by the many deaths directly due
M.m -Via. ftrA

I Far more game is "lost however by having the breeding
-.h. natural nvpr rtpsfrovgd. These kill off more wild-

itwUAiU1 BJUAU VU Mi .WV-v w r- - PTtW 1 MtL A-A A JIS VV1U1UBUU 111 UiH
Shfe than any legion of hunters, hunting indiscriminately. The do. And will do:for m extri ltrge

whole balance oi naiure is ncswoyea wn m -v.w,- iype on ine tront cover of its na naiad.
iad. naiad. Of course, Panama has been really lucky that some human, tlonal magazine, The Jedrationist,
Jnm ohiirh has not been causht in these fires. this week is the leeend:

i As far as the land is concerned, fire is always a destructive n0 person should hold or re-
. . i -i... a-M1H lo aHrtaH T A anil rrl - . ...

I process. Tnere is an uia my un wit Jvr k oulce or appoimea position in

when the cover is burnea. mis coma noi De iu wr me a t--uiu or any of its affiliat-
ftruth ,, ed national or internati6nal unions
The only way that the ashes add to the fertility of the soil or subordinate bodies thereof who
'is to have the ihemicals returned by soaking into the soil, is commonly known to be crook
j What happens, of course, is that the first rain sweeps over the 0r racketeer preying on the labor

idrv hard surface, ana sweeps uie usus wy "uv" uicmcui na gooa name ior
could best be used. The most valuable parts of soli are the corrupt purposes, whether or not
Imprisoned nitrogen which Is usually held in the soil in the previously convicted for such ne?

'form oi ammonia, wnrame uruan -v-""v"-,
liir," th Air and the element Is lost for all prac-

'tical nurooseS . This is an excerp from the eth-
The best method tause, If you wish to get rid of the grass. ,cal Practices code adopted by the

ietr is to nlow this unoer wnere you cn iui" wi t-j unuuvt vuuncn in
! Tiatural mulch Miami Beach last month. These
The natural" reaction to all of this Is to say "But look how codes also demand the ouster of
). i PanAma. in the ralnv season." The same thing can be those officials taking the Big Si-

'?m nf thp weeA fields Jence the Fifth Amendment.
i 1 t.rfnreat li burned awav In an indiscriminate fash-1 Deadline for action will be ear

:ion there is no way to save valuable Umber. In the place or iy May when the AFL-CIO top
& SS valuabfe Umber and .natural cover, in any type of Wubjj at it.

lexrmtt fire, the new rrowtn is always a "wcea erowm. w f r -- s kviv
tiyvVWWm etc., you have the almost land tragi-comedv of terrors wiU
LI?rcgoZerciillV useless trees like the trumpet tree, fcaye been concluded and the

nBa Brass etc Weeds have a greater opportunity to grow ww nave passea inrougn
iStethf' fertility of the soli 111 destroyed ind the better New York and on to the midwest

i Erosion then takes place with all of its attendant problems.
The root systems are destroyed and with their destruction thero
is nothing to hold the soil in place so it is washed away.
In areas, such as Cuba and rural areas of the United States,
'th. land is now worthless cut by deep erosion fissures, barren,

rock-txposed. The same thing will happen In Panama where

''' : 'fYes, Who Is. It?" ' : ';.-

v,r iii "i 'cw mil, .ww.",. sw?53ssa

- at i -p1 a bbssp" assw

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WAiSHINdTON.

of Staff were

White House

cially notified that their next chair

man wpuld ba Gen. Nathan Twin

ing, flow the Air Force cmet. r

. inside fact la mat twining
had recommended hie deputy,
Gen.'; Thomaa, Whlta, for tha
chairmanship, but the President
persuaded Twining to taka it
himself father than retire. White
probably .-will replace Twinning
as Air Forca chief of ataff.

ON--The Joint Chiefs read th-ipw3k I'Wa'intiiwiiiiH5
quietly caUed to the victim, .v" (7-nded,
.-last 'Week and-offi- V'' 7-:-fUii:-A:v''''i

'Hymtm. ergjea WKn Symington
oyer some details and iwrsuaded
him to tone down, th. ""r1

However SymmgtoH stiU.lW,d
the speecn, accusing Quarles of us using
ing using phony arithmetic in- the Ah.
Force budget.
- 1 Vi s f

u;bxcisii;taxes go

Originally. Secretary of Defense

wuson wanted to reappoint Aam

kadexs have advised; Ike that Con
gress wiUv probably reneal th. m

per cent excise tax on theatre tie"
kets. effective Anril l nf

Arthur Radford, present chairman, House hearings will begin in about
to a third term, but' crusty Con- i month on the repealer bill, which
gressman Carl Vinson of Georgia, w may knock out 10 per cent
chairman of the, House Armed, excises on cosmetics, toilet articles
Service comrhitteej' threatened to tnd' trWlSDOrtation. Small n ...

block,. Radford. . (theatres hard hit by TV cpmpeti-

Vinsoni

theAff

are particularlv in nd aA..

told WUson biuntty ft was'relief, the President was told. He
Force's turn to take the said,, however,, he could not. agree

chairmanship. Radford, he t said,

shoiid step down. .;

HEADLINiS AN6 FOOTNOTBS

It is entirely likely that the fresh Ced, re-enlisted personnel would

In addition to those takiaa tho

Fifth there will bo tha ease of

Sidney Brennan. the T e a m-

stars' third ; vico-Bresident and

eniet of the Minnaaaol is area.

whoso conviction on bribery

charges has boon upheld by the

idea of paying military personnel

what they're worth, in terms of
Skills, will wind up with universal
military training. Or it will be so

hamstrung by tne time congress
chews on it that its original pur purpose
pose purpose would be lost.
But the basic idea is tha sound soundest
est soundest eventual national money-saver

I've run across. Pay a military
technician what he's worth in terms

of his acquired skills and you get

a re-enuster.

Lastly, of course,

I. nrihlem whenever the winds blow the ashes through her "7 v-ZIZT :.. 1 !L r'

Ihome. I menUv.sawrgr group jff;t

I train when tne irain was on? ""BS r Labor's nigh command will

large fire. 1 wonaer now iavoroie tnir juiipcoauu, m .- fQr action

1 was
1

1

the heavy rains wiil in W "Bighth Circuit Caurt of Adoo.I.

IS tne numan roacwim. iuuu.u Th. T.am.t.r. ki

SUstl

aeainst the rifth.ist..

and the convicted at the Mav ses

sion. And the Teamsters even if
Dave Beck takes, off again and is
not here to speak for them on the
council will push right back. To

accept the disciplinary, codes, the

Teamsters would have to remove

some of their vfce-presidents, ma
ny lesser officials, and nerhana e

ven their itinerant national chief

n ne doesn't return to Washinsrton

ana answer tne senate commit

tee's questions.

The Teamsters are fiercelv lav.

al to each other even if they are
in personal feuds and you can
pick up odds that they won't re

move anyone.

The real tragedy la that most of these fires -must be man

t. either in lenorance or tnrougn some pervmca vicoua

thrill from seelne fire destroy. Action can be taken to correct

these conditions by public posters, fire lookout stations, educa.
'tirm throurh civic srrouos and in the schools. Stringent penal

ties can io c.? assessed although the day will soon arrive, when
I loses his life or has life savings and perhaps this will be penalty

enough.
f Conservationist

HUNGARIAN YOUTH

Sir:

! Several of us" were asking each other what motivated the

' young Hungarians In last autumn's revolt. Tney naa grown up
, under the full pressure of Communist rule. They had no me.
mory of anything else.
! Perhaps an answer stands out from the experiences of a
middle-aged Hungarian lawyer, Vllmos Fekete. who with his
J wife and children escaped from Hungary after the revolt was
1 crushed. M
Fekete's experiences, and their background, are dealt with
Jin detail by John Hersey in the March 2 Issue of "The New
Yorker."
Describing Fekete's Impression of the rfugee camp where he
was being cared for in Austria, a few days after crossing the
ieorder, Hersey writes;
J "The second thing he noticed was the predominance of
youth. More than half the refugees were very young men
either workers or students of the sort who had staged the
ravoluUon, and Fekete wondered: How had they, who had lived
1 so long under strict indoctrination, developed notions about fre fre-dom
dom fre-dom for which they were willing to die?
"Then he thought: a political system Is nothing more, in
tha end, than a system of human relationships, and what these
boys understood of politics was simply that they and all the
) Hungarians they knew were being treated badly as individuals
by other individuals who had taken charge of things, and they
had come to believe that freedom is the sense of being treated
well and that life without that sense is not worth living."
1 Clipper
( SHIRKING RESPONSIBILITIES j

My dear Ann 1. Meamt:
Undoubtedly you belong to an advanced and highly privlleg-

ied group (The united States of America); therefore, you should

act like a member of such a group. When you make statements,

;aa you did in the March 7 Mail Box, that "a few Panamanians

( use their Intelligence to shirk their responsibilities," why, -that's
ridiculous coming from a member of a group such as you are

tsupposea to dc b memoer ol.
You are aware of the fact that all kinds of characters exist
Jin the good old U. 8. A. not only responsibility shirkers; but
t mother murderers, bank robbers, gangsters in general, narcotic
i imiifffflM t .tj mtj THla im nnl nfltur.1 Ivt Btlrfe MA.

imopolitan Nation. You know that after all this earth was not

l put here by your people, you also know that might is not neces neces-isarlly
isarlly neces-isarlly right. Don't you know that happiness consists mosUy in
makine; others happy?
j Please take some of those dirty thoughts out of your sys-
i tem and try to live in this world, whether it be In China, the
U. 8. or Panama, as a member of tht human race, capable of all
its shortcomings and failures for the few years you have left
hert. After all, you do not expect to criticize forever do you?
L An Frank

They'd rather take a walk. And

that is what many officials on all
sides are saying. The Teamster
chiefs themselves have told manv

01 meir people mat "we can live

without the AriKUO and probably
grow stronger outisde. We'll do as

we've always done and if anybody
doesn't like it, well: . there's

still room in this country for

otner federation of labor.

an-

! TEENAGE CLUBS
jsir:
' I think the old-timer who wrote to the -itail Box is ejulte
'wrong about us. He said that be didn't have anything when he
was little. Wen in tha first place, he lived in efferent
'Irene ration, and probably wouldn't appreciate it anyway, but we
1 live- in another generation when things like Teenage clubs go
big with U the kids nowadays.
I. I'm sure the officials of the Panama Canal Company could
race dUkra some old bouse for our children, for we must remi remittee
ttee remittee t-it the clubhouse doerat have much to keep them satis satis-fled,
fled, satis-fled, tike a Juke box. dances, etc.
think that It would ba a good Idea to start op a teen-f
tclab and rm with the teenagers all th- wry.
I Another Old timer

But that's fust tha beginning.
Teamster official aren't the
kind to sit still. Already eastern

regional regional pa war, Jo

Rouko has warned David Dubin Dubin-aky
aky Dubin-aky to ba prepared for a raid
aimed at taking 1,500 Ladies
Garment Union truck drivers
from Dubmsky'a outfit.
It's a safe assumption that Du

binsky will not withdraw fronv

that concrete jungle strip known

as tne Manhattan garment di

strict. He will be backed by other
unions whose leaders have been

warned that the Teamsters' will
drive rieht throueh their nickef

lines. Or rather attempt to drive
through the lines during a strike.
Now here's your chance to be a

realist. Other unions ara not with

out "stand-up guys who measure
high and broad. Of course, the

bloc of unions opposed to tha

Teamsters won't be manning their

pictet lines wiin old ladies.

There will ba conflicts. Soma of

it will ba rough.

Follow the old system of paying
the skilled man on a par with cooks

and truck drivers and he goes ov

er the hill to private industry at

soon' as his hitch is up.

In the second nltcn statistics,

there'a a 23 sercent re-enlistment

fUure. but tha number of the old

sweats drivers, cooks, mess ser-1

geants- is twice that 01 tne tan tan-eteins
eteins tan-eteins in electronics, advanced ord ord-nance
nance ord-nance or aviatloni engineering.

' rW fnrr have com b 'consid

erable piece from the old dollar-a-

day era when oniy ina oums, me

tramp atmetes,, ana tne raenewers
bar a few luckless recidivists
whn lost their mustering-out pay

in a crap game chose the enlist enlisted
ed enlisted Army as a peacetime profes profession.
sion. profession. r ; ft .
Tnr on thintf. there isnt any

peacetime any more, only a sort of
Intermission between scat t e r a d
wars of varying sixes and a. mas

sive thing they cauea "preparea "preparea-ness"
ness" "preparea-ness" which is bigger than tha old

full-scalew ars.

For another, salaries are up to

an nnriresmnd-of level.

But the old System still persists persists-a'man
a'man persists-a'man can still make a military
career by staying alive and out of

trouble;

You can't blame the bright young
serseant who finds himself thrust

into the miutary, wno warns
highly technical profession on Un Un-i.
i. Un-i. Sim'i time and money, for

mnninff like a thief to the arms of

private industry once he cuts loose
from bis time,
in nrivata industry he can wear

a sharp suit, make two to three
times the dough, have more time
Off, and he takes no guff from a
we-eared second John. So why re re-enlist?
enlist? re-enlist? -. ; -.
The new scheme has been eare eare-fniiv
fniiv eare-fniiv worked out bv Ralph J. Cordi-

n.r-.nr.aidcnt at General Electric,

as head of a highly select group of

big businessmen, Army, iNavy ana

Air Force aavisers.'
It is s fairly aimpla plan, which
nwlH t.k. the enlisted man to the

point where selective training do-

gan corporal, tnira ciass pwui
officer, airman first class and buck
sergeahMoothe Marines.
Pay would ba uniform to that
point then the man would be paid
m direct ratio to rata of advance advancement
ment advancement and his basic worth to the
military. : -

There is no real way 10 compute
the cost of training a technician,
only to lose him ss soon ss ha is
trained. -It'a
a steadily moving merry-go-

round of turnover, with the cacao-1

lag technician showing a oeaa
loss en tha books apart from tha
work dona while bis enlistment
h They quote a figure of from $500
million to $750 mllbon to institute
the new system, and it would ap appear
pear appear likely that tha initial cost (a
lot of which would be deductible
from tha current pay status) would
not ba long in getting the bait back.
This is referred to as "offset be benefits,"
nefits," benefits," which is to say that high higher
er higher rates of pay for sharply quali-

pay off in lower costs of renlace

ment training, fewer good men to

ao more ana better work, and less
abuse of fantastically' expensive
materiel if practiced hands twidd twiddled
led twiddled the knobs and pushed the but-

tpns. :'
Of course, the cynical view is
that this makes so much sense that
nothing will come of it and the
classic re-enlister will be the same
old sarge with the cigar in his kis kisser
ser kisser and his belfy hanging over his
beh while the sharp youngster

to any tax cuts in 1958 until he had
estimate, of next year's budget.

MERRY-GO-ROUND

Franklin: Di Roosevelt. Jr.; has Sen. McCa r t Ja y of Wiseoiin

made a bid to. get back into polities .wasn t the i. only lawmaker who
He approached 'Tammany Hall failed to attend the White Hah.

boss Carmine ;da Sapio, who wi ieception : for Congress. MeCafthv

aloof w.rtAsv part of President Ei-jwasn't mvited. But Ror wies (tL

senhower's .multimillion- dollar Minn.), -who did receive an invita-bomb-shelter
pogram, the Atomic tion,' declined in .favor of a conser conser-Energy
Energy conser-Energy Commission will test bomb vation meeting. He attended the
shelters this sorine on the Nevada North American WUdlife confer.

A-bomb ranged.. The Polish trade ence ... Sen. Jack; Kennedy1 "of Mas Mas-mission
mission Mas-mission has already won a pro-; aachusetts. featured on the- mo.r

mise front the Administrstion to of Life, has been quietly lining up
sell Poland surnlus food in return speaking en'eaKementi around fh.

Hot local eurrency..., The official South which turned, agsinst Catho-

soviet airline; Aeroflot, has opened ucai smith m 38. (Look as if the
offices in. Cairo. It is ready to be-1 1960 campaign has already start start-gin
gin start-gin Moscbw-to-Cairo service with a ad,) i.. Secretary of the: Treasury
stopover in Athens. J Humphrey has been sectetly phon-

, tag key Republicans in Cohgress,
ART AND COMMUNISM .trying to bloek an investigation of
v -'j the aovernment'a .monefarv -. noli.

Retf.: Herbert Scudd'er (R-CaTif.Vcies. The treasury is f .nnw navtner

showed concern, the other day a- twice as much interest on govern-
hmit a nrnnnK.l nt turn n.mMr.tif mini 1a. n linl Tntm.. Am

.Thunderbird and works congressmen to have the Commis- iftvestigaUon might be g bit era-

wa me uig airime or auio-;sion un t ma Arts approve au oe-ibarrassing,

twmjieiues on aervice-ac- rigns ior f eaerai Duuaings.
quired knpw-how. ; s Scudder was worried a bout
Somebody-is sure to suggest thatrcommunisticV murals, and though
we. .can, build inother .battleship reassured by Rep. Henry Reuss
or reacjmate the cavalry-with theiiD-Wis.), he was, still skepticaL skepticaL-saVmgs
saVmgs skepticaL-saVmgs accrued by tnot paying a "In this planning, I hope you do
man what he s worth to the serv-'iiot desire to have artists get into
ices, raher than what the book fie picture who will do what they
aw na wbrfh.-v; -"i cid during tha-last 20 years. That
But until Jt-dies ibirthkig,4 it's j,,: decorate the walls with murals
still a powerful sound idea if we're which are very obnoxious to the
interested m saving, a few J)ilUon 'people In the are.

bucks over the long haul

GOT THE

Answer to Previous Puiila

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it Si ns rj &
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rep MXK!?rrT
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tssia Els eeeej'

10 Ileum comb. 38 "Emerald'

form)

It Evenings
(poet.)
12 Let it stand
! That- thing 1

22 Roman patriot

23 Mine entrance 39 Ogles

24 Lease - 40 Hypothetical
IS Grafted (her.f structural structural-At
At structural-At this place- unit
... :,:' . r ': I t '':

ACROSS; 'S Speed contest
, Radio actressV' 4A5j-
I Claudia ?rlc$ ,,

iShaslnaiA
j .drama on; yf 1

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AV
' ascetic
17 Pedal digit
18 Roman
magistrate
20 Hops' kiln
21 Compound
ether
22 Had. feeling
28 Nut covering
81 Arabian gulf
82 Iroquoian
Indian

St Paint lightly
34 Get up
S3 Musteline

tnaminar r

87 Canvas

shelters

StFemlnina

appellation :

42 Milk pail

.diaL

43 Car

4S Unclose .

(peat),' V-

49 Lure
61 Reception
I room
83 Basement
B4 Schools (Fr.)
55 Warbles r

eaL'nrufflad

DOWN :

Greatest "

amcont. ''

2 Mountain

(eomb.- foi.u)

Isle"

29 Roster
SO Sediment
38 Scoundrel
37 Bridge

holding

41 Sleevelea
garmenta
42 Phratry

43 Heavy blow

44 Gudrun'a
husband

46 Bulging pot

7 versifier
48 Gaelic,
50 Sick
52 Wand

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am a, L. I j i a. I

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i 'In the; Rincoa annex ooat of-

Ifice in San Francisco, it was the

policy io painc murais- i naa these
jmurals very carefully analyzed by

a cartoonist, and part of them was
definitely Communist propaganda."
' '11 am "glati that the gentleman

from California raised that ques question,"
tion," question," said Reuss, who with Rep.
Frank Thompson (D-N.J.) is co co-sponsoring
sponsoring co-sponsoring the proposal for Fine
Arts Commission approval.
's : ;' ;i -i?S.t. :&";.
"Let me assure him thst the

chairman of the Commission on

Fine Arts is none other than David

Finley, whu was Andrew. Mellon's

lawyer "and confidential adviser for

many years. He aeneraUy shares

the political and social Dhilosoohv

of the late and i revered Andrew

CIGARETTE
HABIT?

Melion."

CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES

OIL BREAK FOR DEMOCRAT

The big Republican oil cbmna'

mes are getunc some nice breaks

from the Eisenhower administra.

tion, but at least one Democrat is

aoing au right too.- d ( Pauley,
close friend and big money raiser

tor warry Truman, has secured a
guarantee from the U.S. govern

ment that his losses will be reim

bursed up to $6,000,000 if he drills

for oil in the shaky, kingdom of

Jordan, and if Jordan should later
expropriate his oiSwells. This is a a-bout
bout a-bout the first time in history an A-

merican oil man has secured such
a- guarantee especially a .Demo .Democrat
crat .Democrat from a Republican Adminis

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LONDON'S MODERN LOOK-This is Skyport One, a sketch
of an aorport conceived by Jamei Dartford 1 for the Glass Age
KfH Cnlttee. Although designed for the London
m k?' beUevea it could be built today It
wduld be located in St George's Cijcus, not far frora Water-
?JZ T24 be 800 feet telL Planes 8,1(1 heli-bu.
ould use the platform atop the three tall, glass-enclosed
wriLihjUgh rhlch,passecer and members
would be carried from street level. Other features would be
hrtMfa?!?? taurant,ituh a '"weachJng view of the city. The
af W h0USe 0fllces holels JWd aut0"Darking

Civic Leader Kills
Daughters, Mother,
Commits Suicide

WEST FRANKFORT, HI., March
18 (UP) A prominent local jewel.

er and civic leader shot and lulled

his three daughters' and his elder

ly mother yesterday, then com

mitted suicide on the day, he was
to be remarried.
Herman Behn. 44, was found in

his home, shot in the temple, ap

parently with a .38-caliber revolv

er wnicn ay nearoy. .erinff anrt iia&a t d

His mother, Mrs. Minnie Behn, (heir child will ask Gov" t
, and one of his daughters Fay ?, L.c1"d' J"!? PL.10!

Jewjsh Couple Appeal To Governor
In Fight To Keep Adopted Daughter

MIAMI, i March? 17 fUPI Al : Th warrant ua hrMiotit W

Jewish couple charged with kid-by detective Lt. William Delay of
naping their adopted daughter toe Norfolk County district- attor attor-they
they attor-they raised from infancy sought;ney's office and the Ellis couple

hciji utjiu uie governor 01 :ionaaiwas arrestea early m tne weex

iuuay in a grim ngnt ; to teep
Massachusetts courts from giving!

me gin 10 a uamoiic orphanage.
An attorney said Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin B., Ellis, weary "from

i.eauy iwo years 01 luruve wan

Iinrfa M anil Chirlav 19 ,r a wu": wouiu ; mum mem
Hin'ttirlK'. EtSSJ a"' face prosecution and the

; psi 01 ""'y Mccoy, e.

The

Hi'

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Six-year fight over little

began shortly after her

Pope Praises Ike's
Quest For Peace
During Nixon Visit
VATICAN CITY. March "l8

(UP) Pooe Pius' XII praised

President ; Eisenhower 'nd the
American people in their quest

ior worm peace yesterday at spe special
cial special audiences with Vice President

Richard M. Nixon and members

. i i p.ii.v.. :0f his party.

see"; where he will be asked 'oL2 U?eg$L Pon,tlff recivefd
refuse an extradiUon Warrant Sft. f t pnvate
being prepared by Gov. Foster ?Th V5.,iPM-fc'l'iiJI
Furcolo of Massachusetts. JbLi!KJ'iMe- the

Cohen said that if the couple r"i,Z- ",,u ."
is aUowed to remain in Florida, fj1" m'in,??". of.he offlilal

the Massachusetts courts stiU f?1 v1." ciompanying

could begin habeas corpus pro.

Nixon gave the Pope a' message

Cohen said he would contact

Governor Collins "first thing in
the morning" and ask him for

Used Hammer First
The Franklin Countv Coroner's

office said Behn apparently used

a ciaw nammer to knock his

uioiner ana aauenters unrnn- -j ir. r

srlous h-for. .hnn th-m -fcl y? er mwy was corn

fh- ;.T"i."J ir """ out r wedlock.

iviwiu, xucu uuiii were

ceedines in Florida seeking

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aatta. which would mean another "u f sennower, ... Dut

,Mi.n i,ti contents

Began Legal Action

the

crushed by the blows, Coroner

uarney browning said.
Behn's brother. William, also of

West Frankfort, said he received

o tlV,., 11 M Li. j.".""4""" 1U UBKBl

taSheTTbw s7l5 TJeWX!?8?. .Jo have her child put into

told Sheriff Paul Collins 'and : T y". Catholic fimilv She has

, m7m "i'; of Hildy herself.

II rathnll Tnnthor 1 jnt.f.ith orinntinn hartlo MMMOftl .'Wl not reVeaieO.

M. v. siened adootinn miwr. In Mi MeCnv contended she did V ,-,we'. uaince, the

March, 1951, letting the infant out not know at the time she sagMdi- "SP"". HTfSSiir' ?fu??l.
or adoption to thrf Ellises. That i the adoDtion naoers that the Ellis1 A this delicate hour, which

ouple was Jewish. IaTW T pra may
She charged in the suit that "'jLrtft t ta-lon
Hildy is bein? prived of her S? T!1' ,ort"neof
religious heritage and an oppor-Eas;!fn.West it is comforting
unity to form a relationship with !" ot! : "hance placed by

Later hnuover Mi TWnrn rtmtAH narent nf her own re- : u,ut"",M rivniuKin aim

married and began legal proceed- Egion

rim Legal attle

jfienerous ople, as well as by

nose in e.ry corner of the globe

vno snare -your hopes and fears,
on the simple, informal unfeigned

and grim legal Praon or good will as a key

ry Mrs. Meldetta Munton. 34. whm

wonceo in nis jewelry store.

Jtou Know, Willie, I was to- be
married today, but now I won't

Behn quoted his brother.
"I just killed mother and the
three girls because I can't stand

to leave them." j

Thought He Was Joking

After a long and grim legal t, WUJ
i.ti- n i rn;.Vin t h. nstrament for the settlement of

It would bA like makintr unmfl-dont on in 1953. tne MassacftlK DJua.

a hark tho rt...l-.,r rnurt rfAPidinn in July nf1 ...W.itn affection," 7 th Pon-

to Massachusetts." Miami Beach 11955 and oldered Hildy returned f!".,t,n!" nyoked "heaven's bless

attorney Len Cohen said.

iigs" on (he American people and

in our power to keep

Mrs.
here.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis

to her natural parent. It was then ? can f
th.t th win. cn.,ni disannear.d lheir. gloved President.

Mr. and from Boston and went into hiding.

TC B1C gLUIig LO UU every Lliuig Ul Uie uma lwujjic uioapjitai i ( nj n

The brother told ..authorities ho! u-l.. : :

3 t..hhwfa5 bemg ,kldded nd beach peace justice Mai England England-i
i England-i in.ohad0y0H4elat? todor-'er to legally identify themselves
,.Jjntind g? Wltn them' he as the persons named in a war-

a rare tribute to Presi-

Ffli anrt th' littu oirl Tha roimlp has lived" in seven"'1. ennower, tne fontiH

'-.n iriiH. added: "May God grant him

were to Maine during the furtive dodging J"!?1 nd cotnfort in the arduous

n hnn of keenine the child. uuue..v nls. M Ce and his

win, ak arrested shortly "nremittjng labors in the cause

ifter he attempted to buy a car

and his registration was sent to

of world peace."

qu.ot.!d f Jewe,er ? saymg. Irant based on a Norfolk County. Massachusetts in a routine check.1, Jid the Pontiff approved

"l""es- members of the Mass.1, grand jury indictment lastjjHis wife, Frances, 37, was picked ioLrf- "se policies Decause tney
mily and associates were at a Seotember charcinff thev "kid-ro the same day at the couple's are. an. instrument for peace

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loss to determine what Behn
meant about leaving his mother

ano daughters. They said he had

neen in jovial spirit ahoiit his

wedding.

Although Behn who was di

vorced fronv his first wife wa

to have married Mrs. Minton this
afternoon, he was not planning tn

i j. .

leave west rranKiort.

Marks said Behn's brother ea1TJ

pohce as soon as he finished the

pnone conversation. Behn. How However,
ever, However, was dead when nolir ar

rived at his house, where all doors

September charging

aped the child.

LX.mont o wm.nrfv.ici, iiather than war." He said the

r -2 Z '.rope made the point that a

strong defense is necessary to
ensure peace in the kind of world
in which we live today."

xixon delivered a message from

1 -s Si

Solon Says House Group Will Okay
Big School Construction Program

Jackt''Twinklet6es" Lowe will entertain you with his fasi

- stepping, rhythm jpacked tunes.
Oe Time Minstrels Ready
With Show April 2-1)

It's that time again. BPOE 1542

7'resident Eisenhower to the PodbJ

during their private talks. He First show will be on April 2

reiuse" to- disclose the contents

but s he understood the text
f the ndte would be released by
he Vatican later.

WASHINGTON, March li (UP)j.elp from the. .federal govern govern-Rpn.
Rpn. govern-Rpn. Cleveland M. Bailey rient." Such aid is "not a substi-

werV locked and ndow hlSS! -WVt) predicted today that his tute for local action," he said-
were lOCKeo and Window Wmds pj..(lm .hnmmit(n Imt vimiA aiva statoe inH nm

arawn. xiub 7 Ir -

Will approve a muiu-oiiuon-aoiinriuuiuuca uuuicc to nei lueir
school construction program this own houses in order and to

week., resume tneir full obligations.

But there, were crowing indica

tions that the measure, which was
killed by a financing and anti anti-aeeresation
aeeresation anti-aeeresation ficht last year, would

iaU victim to the budget-cutting

t'xive this year.

Won't Back Down j
The administration has passed

the word that President Eisen

hower win not back down on tne
high priority he gave his four four-r
r four-r 1 a hillinn dollar orocram

to help states build the 159,000

classrooms he said were urgently

Australia Rolls Out
Red Carpel For
on Brenlano
SYDNEY, March 18 (UP) -The
Australian government rolled out
the red carpet yesterday for West
German Foreign Minister Hein
rich Von Brentano who arrived
here for an official nine day vis-
Brentano. accompanied hv

sistant secre'Jrv to th MinUiVu1

of Foreign Affairs Baron Wnlfmmi!r'i,riii

Von Welck and five other person personal
al personal assistants, boarded a Royal Key House members were say say-Austrahan
Austrahan say-Austrahan Air Force VIP Convair n nt.ti hnurvr that thv

fnr th nnhMit, 111.1- t. r i . j

- ui(ui iu voiiDcr- .wanted no new programs amrieu

iwu aner no lanaea at syoney
4nn X ,L TT1. .

j, yji i iruiu U10 united states.
At Canberra Roval Air Fnrr

Base, Premier Robert Miniim

waited to greet the German partyJ

oremano wm oe tne guest of Gov
ernor-General Field-Marshal Wil
liam Slim durln the thr rfavi

he spends in the national capital.

joieuiaou aaia ne came to Aus Australia
tralia Australia to repay the visit Menzie

paid to Germany last year. He

said he would informally diseuss
German Australian relations
"which I'm happy to say are exr

ceiient.

House Democrats have pro proposed
posed proposed a six-year, 3.8 billion dollar
trogram as a substitute for the
administration's program. Bailey

said the subcommittee will try to

nammer out a compromise this
week and have a bill ready by
the week end.

Congress Will Pass
Ike's Civil Rights
Bill, Solon Says

of Margarita is ready to brine an

other of their Ole Time Minstrels

at

the Margarita Theater; on April

at tne uaiboa theater and on

April ii at tne Margarita Theater.
This year the show Is packed
with talent and quite a few new
faces have been added. Old stand stand-bys
bys stand-bys Charlie "Bones" Louis, Jack
"Twinkletoes" Lowe, and Wally
"Rastus" Russon will hold down

their usual spots as End Men a-

lone with newcomers Tex "Tam-

bo" Watson. Ralph Watson, Ralph
Banio" Dials and Howard "Burr-

head" Marwin. These mischief,

makers will be kept in lne by

,iacK jvir. latent Himself" jen-

Six Of Seven Favor

filibuster against the legislation.
Kuchel, a leading civil rights

advocate, said on the ABC

Six of the seven subcommittee television program. "Celebritv

jnemoerg vigorously support a raraae, mat ne anticipates a

.'federal program although they southern talkathon "which may

WASHINGTON. March 18 fllP

Sen. Thomas H. Kurhoi (Jt.

Calif) predicted today that Con-' kins as Interlocutor.

grass will pass President Eisen4 - .v s
hower's civil rights program this1 KeeP your eyes -on the local

year alter breaking a southern newspapers ior more inio on wis

iun pacKeo snow sponsored by iks

Lodge 1542 of Margarita, with pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds going to Charity,

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2. Transisthmian Highway between 4
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School, 9
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at a time when efforts were being

made to curtail federal spending.

Meanwhile, Eric Johnston, a

former president of the v. is.

Chamber of Commerce, disputed

the organization's current claim

that federal aid for school con

struction is not needed.

JehnstoA 'Disturbed'

Johnston, now president of the

Motion Picture Assn. of America
wrote Bailey 'that he was "dis

turbed and astonished at the
short-sightedness and lack of

understanding of this program by

some of my business colleagues."

inm0rm on anm Hataila ThA

Seventh member,' Rep. Ralph W.
Gwinn (R-NY). has challenged
he claim that the states do not
have the financial resources to

build the schools they need.
Even without the economy

drive, the President's program

faced, difficulties. r Heavy opposi opposition
tion opposition was certain from House
members who fear the program

would lead to federal control of

education.

last several weeks.'

bui ne said tne filibuster "can

be broken" when the "force of

public opinion" forces the Senate

to bring the matter to a vote.
Mr. Eisenhower has proposed a

four-point program. It would set

up a civil rights division in the
Justice Department; establish a
presidential commission on Civil

Rights; authorize court suits to
protect civil rights, and provide
greater protection for the votintr

rights of Negroes and other

ininorities.

The proeram. with inm morii.

Abo standing as a threat to fications, already has been ap ap-finat
finat ap-finat ftaisiffa nf th nrnnim i, proved by a House iudiciarv

the segregation issue. Rep. Adam,,lUDC?m1mmee- Pwl
n t km, v.. j tie full committee and by the

v. vww yu-ni, un aonuuncea .House is exnerted

he will again introduce his

amendment to cut off funds to

In the Senate, the traditional

school districts not carrying out Pveyard of civil rights bills, the

the Supreme Court's racial kffimfi?$l& Theaded
gration ruling. b Scjl James a Eastland

Man aunnnrtora nt th hm.

He said schools "cannot keen rram hlamiwt tha im,yni.ni tnr

pace" with national needs wlthoutkilling a similar bill last year.

Thir interruption is necessary to install electrical system
equipment that restores service quickly.
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TELEPHONES:
CRfSTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

(D-Miss), a foe of the measure.
"We will have a filibuster." he

said. "It may last several

weeks."

He agreed that the strategy of

the civil riehts advocates will not

be to break the filibuster immedi immediately,
ately, immediately, but "wear it down."

... W

''fifty
if'

Dean Martin and Jerrv Lewis' new cnmfih. pisn

NERS," In Vista Vision and Technicolor, will be the next
attraction at the CENTRAL. Opening WEDNESDAY 20 the
Paramount film fs a musical Western with four new songs
by Sammy Cahn and James Van Hensen, e (An posers of
"Love and Marriage" and "The Tender Trap." Dean and
Jerry play dual roles in "PARDNERS": as turn-of-the een een-tnrv
tnrv een-tnrv ranchers-who meet their end at the hands of raiders,
and then as their own sons, who team un rears iat and

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dollar Frudmttal CenteFi lo be built on 31-acw site in the heart or Boston, Mass. Twic
the size of New York's Rockefellen Center, it will consist of 12 structures, inter-connected by
, covered, glass-walled walkways. Dominating all will be the 50-story. Prudential office building,
! tallest in New England. At left foreground Is a huge civic auditorium, to be wepted byythe
' city. Behind that is 9 1,000-room hotel, to be put up by private interests, The apartment
buildingt at right will contain 1,250 dwelling units. The restaurant (center, foreground) will
. accommodate mora than 800 dinert. I Behind the' restaurant, on either side, are buddings lor
; atores and offices 1 ' 4

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sively Yours: That photo of Sophia

iorea in a curreui girue maga

zine-puts "Mailyn Monroe'r calen

WU1 U T.wwvv -
The Gregg Juarez in the marriage
news via 1 17-year-old fredericka
Sigrist, a 0-miliion-dollar heiress,
is an eX-Hollywood press agent
uhn was noted several years ago

for dating movie cuties. . Art

T inHottor' ctrniffht notinff Der

formance in a forthcoming V GE

regular thing "Maybe t h r ee or

four times a year, ne 10m me,
"if thin nil clicks.'": ?

Art's co-starred in the film
with Eva ; Gabor and now hear

this:, :
" : think she's stfitn than Zsa
Zsa. She' ths exit of all tha
Oabors,. including Mama."
Art may be looking ior a bomb
ahelter after that one. ; j
Fantastic-Is the word for the
flood of fan mail Red Skelton's
receiving about bis son's tragic
Illness. He's answering every let

ter. ;

THI 4 II HOLLYWOOD. M r S.

Jones: Dean Martin meeting

mmo 'Uarnera ana lemng -mm:
"You don't remember' this, but 20
years 'ago there was a civic din dinner
ner dinner for .you in SteubenvilU, Ohio,
and 1 served you a plate of, spa spa-ghettiI
ghettiI spa-ghettiI was one of the' volunteer
waiters." -, .;, A.j-i;
Th Wtnetr Waitress to' Wendell

Cbreyih t'Loving You"s "Do .you
want that Scotch 1 straight or on
the rocks?'' Corey:1 "Straight.-I've

got tie rocks in my Head.;'. ; ,
Not in tha Script: Diana Lynn
aged-from II to 50 en TV's Play Playhouse
house Playhouse 90 the other night, but- you
ain't seen nothin' yet. She'll be
popping up soon- as a teen-ager
in her pre-48 Paramount movies
headed for home screens. She
was only" 13 'when she starred in
her first film, "There's Magic in
Music" and she's .laughing t-..
"I-wa the Natalia Wood of my
day."-.,-- ''.V-ri-'.'-t t ': ;. ;
THij H-YEAR-OLD .New York
actress whose i freckled : face was
the" target for Msrlene Dietrich's

glove-throwing, last summer is still

playing Uie role 01 a penect iaay
about it all. Natalie Trundy, who
co-starred with Marlene in the
Monaco-filmed "Monta .Car l-o,"
sidestepped talking to me about
the headline incident on the set of
"The Careless Years."
"If a something I don't talk a a-beut,.
beut,. a-beut,. the parley ten ager said.
"I don't know why she did it.;
(Mariano tossed hor glovo In Na-j
talk's face at a prosa conference

when photographers asked them
to pose together.) But it Is true
thatisha never spoke to ma except
in our scone together.'
- Natalie, who has appeared in a a-bout
bout a-bout 300 live TV shows. Jives 1 in
New York and is the girl next
door to Helen Hayes and her- son
Jades MacArthur. But she sel seldom
dom seldom sees young Jimmy.
"Besides," she laughs, "I think

he has a girl friend." i

; It's Natalie's first trip to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and she's typical of the new
acting generation. When I asked

her if she was thrilled about see

ing film stars in the flesh, she re replied:
plied: replied: "Frankly, no."
THERE'S A. LESSON for Holly

wood in the sales treatment given

Friendly 'Persuasion," a slow

starter but now a. big. film click.

The first ballyhoa was centered

on William Wyler as the film's di

rector. Now theaters are concen

trating on the story and east. It's

long been a matter 01 record tnat

only C. B. DeMille's name means

anything at tne pox otnee.

Short Takes: -If s Patsy time

again the seventh annual na

tionwide poll to determine Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's best animal star of the
year.; I'll pick Samantha the

goose, in '"Pnonaiy rorsuaiion.

Even If samamna is iisioo on mm

ballot as a "duck.";

Songwriter Hoagy Carmlchael 0 0-pened
pened 0-pened an interior decorating shop
in Palm Springs. . Kim Novak's
Italianf adorer,' Count Mario Ban Ban-dini,
dini, Ban-dini, advised her he will be in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood in April. Now it's Hedy
Lamarr who wants to do live tel television
evision television But no more for : Greer
Garson (except guest appearance)
because: "Live TV is a terrible
hassle."

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.P.M.
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queststaken (requeststaken by phone

till 3:00)
8:30 News
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(cont'd)

6:00 'Allen Jackson Commen-

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6 : 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over,To You
7:30 VOA Report From UJ5.
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8 : 30 Proudly We Hail

8:00 You Asked For It (rs

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till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

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lecge), trapped in a Chicago factory by an explosion, is rescued
from the burning building.' even firemen were overcome by
t amoks and another Injured fighting the blaze.

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8:15 Church In The Wildwood

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! Minister of foreign relatioons gives
slfuncheon for new ambassador to chile
, Th Minister of Foreign Relations Aauilino Boyd cave

luncheon at the Union Club today in honor of the new Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Chile Jose Guillermo Batalla.
Ambassador Batalla will leave soon to take np his duties

4 a.
in Santiago, Chile.

4 Morrti' Houseguests
- mm Cnr Guatemala

lags, Montana, left this morning
for Guatemala City and Mexico.
They have been the houseguests
nl Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Morns of
Bplla Vista for the past week, and
are making a tour of South Ameri
ca-
Bishop Gooderi Leaves
With
fiiiMt For Costa Rica

I Bpv .Tosenh G. Moore Ph. D

! left for Costa Rica today after
Copending the weekend with Bishop
Mind Mrs. Heber Gooden at the Bi-

j Qjrap's House at Ancon. He was ac-l

i Mremnsnea Dy Bisnop uouura, wnu

! will continue on to Guatemala.

rtarv of Research and Field Stu
dy of the National Council of the
F.niscoDal Church. His home is in
Evanston, Hi.
Peruvian Ambawador
Entertains For Visitors
The Ambassador of Peru in Pa Panama
nama Panama Don German Aramburu and
Mm. Aramburu gave a luncheon
on Saturday in honor of General F.
A. P. Ergasto Silva, Mrs. Silva,
their daughter Miss Marcela Sil Silva,
va, Silva, Mrs. Graciela del C. de Moya,
If It girl takes a boy to a
dance where he knows no one
else, sha ahould see that he
meets other girls and their
dates. That way he doesn't have
to) spend the whole evening
dancine with his date.
He w'U have a better time
and so' will she.
REGISTRATION FOR
DANCE CLASSES
Teenagers & Pre-teens
Thursday
3:30 to 5:39 p.m.
Cristobal Y.M.CJV.
HARNETT & DUNN
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Mrs. Elena del Castillo, Miss Susa

ns Garcia Lareo and Miss Vistona
Garcia Larco who are stopping
here en route from the United
States to Lima.
Hansen-Almendor Wadding
At Lutheran Church
At a ceremony at 7 o'clock yes
terday morning in the Lutheran
Church, Balboa, at which the vows
were exchanged in both English
and Spanish, Miss Adnana Ammta
Almengor became the bride, of
Mr. Rudolph Errington Hansen of
uamoa.
The bride .who wore a dress of
white tiered net and lace, with a
finger tip veil, carried a white
prayer book. She was escorted and
given away by her uncle. The maid
of honor was Miss Violdelda Al
mengor, siater ot. the bride, and
Mr. Armando de bedas was the
best man. The bride's young niece
and nephew were flower girl and
tins bearer respectively.
Pre-nuptial music as well as the
traditional weddirig marches were
played by the organist, Mrs. Abbie
de Linares. Pastor Robert F. Gus-
sick was the officiating clergyman.
Mr. Hansen is employed by
Boyd Brothers Shipping Co. After
the wedding trip the young couple
will be at home at the Kiqui Apart Apart-mentsFanama.
mentsFanama. Apart-mentsFanama. Mrs. John Shaw
Leave For 'Europe
Mrs. John W. Shaw sailed
Wednesday on the Ancon for New
York en route to Europe on a busi
ness and pleasure trip.
Mr. Shaw will -join her in Europe
sometime in May."
Many parties were given for the
Shaws before Mrs. Shaw's depar
ture.
Author-Nurses With Be
Guests Of College Club
The Caribbean College
Club's
General Assembly tomorrow even-
ing will be under the direction of
the Literature study uroup. miss
Elizabeth Marsh, a member of the
Club and a nurse at Coco Solo Hos
pital. speak on Nursing and bow
the people's attitude has changed
since the beginning np to the. pre present
sent present time. Miss Mash will also in
troduce the three guests for the
evening who collaborated in writ writing
ing writing "Dede Had Her Tonsils Out":
Adalia De Vore, Henri Grady Skeie
and Evelyn Koperski. The authors
will also autograph copies of their
book with may be brought to the
meeting by any of the members
Mrs. De Vore is Historian of the
Isthmian Nurses Association. The
National Nurses Association gives
a Fellowship to nurses for the stu
dy of Journalism so that they may
present books to the public along
the lines of medicine such as he
the one she has co-authored with
Mrs. Koperski and Mrs. Skeie.
Mrs. Milton L. Nash will be in
charge of refreshments after the
meeting.
The Club has made final plans
for the Spelling Bee which is to
be held at 7:30 p.m. on March 29
at the Cristobal High School Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. Members are reminded to bring
their gifts for the Penny Social if
they haven't already turned them
in.
200 Attend Teenage,
Pre-Teen Jamboree
Over 200 people attended the
Teenage and Pre-teen Jamboree
given by Harnett and Dunn for
their students at Ft Amador Offi-
cers' Club. Thursday.
Kathleen Jenkins and her father

won me iatner ana aaugnier out that to addition to bong Saint
dance, and Mrs. T. J. Edbon andlPat4ick's Day. it was Pat's

her son Thomas were winners
for the Fox-Trot.
I In ths competition dancing, the
waltz winners were Philippi Coo-
3sT.: ,7. ..v:.

ALWAYS REFRESHIIJG

t

per and Jeffrey Sears. Valesie

Spencer and Anthony Wagner were
judged the best for the fox-trot, and
Janice Spencer and Buttons Star Star-kenburg
kenburg Star-kenburg .were chosen for Jitter-
bus and Bod.
- Harnett and Dunn gave several
exhibition numbers, which Includ Included
ed Included the Slufoot, a novelty number
danced bjwFred Astaire in the mo motion
tion motion picture Daddy Long Legs.
MEETINGS
Each aotice for incletion fa this
column tkeiild be; submitted a
type-written term and mailed e
the" boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by h-id to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telepheee.
Soroptimlsts Meet
Wednesday
. Thorn will ha a rrtpptinc of the
Soroptimists' Club Wednesday at
30 p.m. in the South patio 01 me
Hotel 1 Panama. Those members
who are not able to attend are ask
ed to call Mrs. Shirley Smith 3 3-0377.
0377. 3-0377. Birthday Parly
For Pat llixon
On St. Pal's Day
BIRTHDAY PARTY SOCIAL
ROME. March 18 (UP) Mrs.
Patricia Ryan Nixon today cele
brated her 44th birthday and
Saint Patrick's Day at the first
surprise party of her life.
The party in the orann notei
was siven ut preuy Drown-
haired wife of Vice President
Richard M. Nixon by the news newsmen
men newsmen accompanying the couple on
their 21-day tour of Africa and
Eruope.
Irish-American Mrs,
Nixon had
in the dark
.been kept completely
on plans tor the douDie-oarreiied
celebration.
She was presented ahuge bou
quet of red roses from Italian
President Giovanni Gronchi and
a second bouquet and a hand-
carved, ivory handled umbrella
from newsmen.
Nixon threw open the door to
an adjoining room containing a
buffet and a huge four-tiered
cake prepared by the American
Embassy.
Decorating the front of the cake
were the words Happy Birthday
Pat" and a replica of the wolf
suckling Romulus and Remus,
legendary founders of the city of
Rome.
Pat s eyes sparkled as she
pronounced it "the most wonder
ful birthday I've ever had.".
She was reluctant to cut into
the white icing that covered the
cake and finally compromised by
pretending to cut the cake for the
benefit of photographers.
Then she climbed on a chair
to blow out the candles, first
asking how many there were.
loid there were 21. she suzbed
"Ah, the eternal 21."
She blew out all the candles on
the first try. cryina "1 did k.
hooray."
She said it was the "only
surprise party I've ever had. It
was a real surprise."
Mrs. A Nixon earlier accompanied
the vice president to the North
American College, training
ground in Rome for young Amer-
Jean priests, where Nixon pointed
birthday.
The seminarians then joined in
a chorus of "Happy Birthday To
You."
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; Ktr-OOM CROWNS line center of meatless casserole of
cn& .corn, canned mushrooms, cracker crtimbs and cfese.)
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

FROM can onener to
dinner ta-
Ma in 1C niniit.ith.C th Ufa'
MAC lu 1U lil JU1 U 11.3 .11. I 0 U1V
cycle of a hearty meatless main
dish made of canned corn and can
ned mushrooms.
Of course, the mushrroms and
corn come from vour nantrv shelf.
If you want to "deluxe" this meat
less dinner a bit further, open
your freezer and take' out bout.
African, rock lobster tails to place
in, the broiler.
This springtime dinner is quick,
easy and very good to eat. So is
the corn souffle recipe that touows
it.
Corn Mushroom Scallop
(Makes A servings)
One No. 303 can whole kernel
corn, drained; 1 4-ounce can but button
ton button or sliced mushrooms, drain drained;
ed; drained; salt; pepper; marjoram; rose
mary; 2 tablespoons light cream;
1 cup crushed cracker: n cup
grated Parmesan cheese; 1 table
spoon butter or margarine.
In greased 10x6x2-mch casserole,
place half of corn. Then add layer
of mushrooms, reserving several
for garnish.
, Add remaining corn. Sprinkle
with pinch each of salt, pepper,
marjoram and rosemary; add
cream.
Combine cracker crumbs and
cheese. Sprinkle over top; dot with
butter.
Bake at 375 degrees F. for 15
minutes or until bubbly.
Corn Souffle
(Makes 4- servings)
One-quarter cup butter or mar margarine;
garine; margarine; u cup flour; V teaspoon
salt; 1 six-ounce can evaporated
milk. (2-3 cup ) owdiUted; 1 no.
303 can (1 pound) cream-s t y 1 e
corn; V4 cup chopped green pep pepper;
per; pepper; 1 teaspoon aromatic bitters;
I cup diced snam cneddar cneese;
4 eggs, separated.
liiil
TINY. MIGHTY Tiny object
ot right, above, little bigger
than the cough drop with which,
it la compared, Is a shielded,
atomic power unit which pro produces
duces produces a usable amount of eleo
i trie current With an active life
of as long as five years, even-
i tual use for it is seen in radios.
i wrist watches, and. In larger
j versions, as a power source for
scientific Instruments. A joint
development of Elgin National
I Watch Company and Walter
Kidde Nuclear laboratories, it's
; said to be "as safe to carry as
a house key."

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Melt butter in top of double boil

er. Add flour and salt: mix well.
Gradually stir in milk and cook,
stirring constantly until sauce is
thick. -
Add corn, green pepper, bitters
andV cheese; stir until cheese
melts; remove from heat.
- Beat eggs yolks until light and
cream colored; gradually pour
yolks into sauce, stirrine constant-
Clean beater: beat eggs whites
until stiff but not dry. Carefully
fold sauce into egg whites.
Pour mixture into' well-buttered
two-quart casserole. Sake at 475
degrees F. for 10 minutes; reduce
heat to 400 degrees and bake 30
minutes,
lile.
TOMORROW'S DINNER Broil
ed rock lobster tails, corn mush
room scallop, mixed
sweet onion salad, crisp rolls,
butter or margarine, piain pie,
coffee, tea, milk.
Music
By DILOS SMITH
NEW YORK (UP) American
audiences have had their first
chance to compare the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Opera's two foremost Italian
prima donnas. The partisans are
vociferous, of course, but the only
objective conclusion is that the
Met now has two extraordinary fe
males to pit against one another
for the greater glory of. the box
office.
After Maria Meneghini Callas
had dominated the first half to the
current season and returned to I-
taly. Renata Tebaldi arrived from
Italy and set right out to dominate
the second nau. Her tan big ef effort
fort effort was as Violetta in an entire
ly new production ,of Verdijs "La
Traviata." She proved herself in
Callas' league in every respect.
As Mickey Mantle Is supposed
to stimulate xogi jserra, uauas
obviously has stimulated Tebaldi.
Heretofore Callas" unrivaled
strength was in assuming the
character of an operatic heroine
with ferocious intensity and spell
making vividness. Heretofore Te
baldi has fallen short of this stan
dard of magnetic histrionics.
. More Voice
But no -longer. As Violetta she
was Violetta, every inch df her
which, by the way, add up to con
siderably more inches than Callas
adds up to. And there you have
the one category in which Callas
will always excel She has the gift
of being contented with little to
eat and so she is skinny, whereas
Tebaldi's nutrition obviously is
keyed to her larger frame and is
efficient. So there has to be a cer
tain visual contradiction when
baldt sings the tubercular Vioki
or the tubercular Mimj of "La Bo-
neme.
On the other hand, nature was
much more bountiful to Tebaldi
than to Callas in the matter of
voice and voice, after alL is of
paramount importance to an opera
singer, as violetta. Tebaldi's vocal
ncnes were nuns through the o o-pera
pera o-pera house with prodigious gene
rosity. She's not a better musician
than Callas, understand; but she
has a finer instrument with which
to exercise her musicianship.
Warren Helped
There were no gargled pianissi
mo passages oy rebaidi. nor any
minnea and anmiy forussimos.
Here and there she missed her
aim when reaching for a particu
lar note. true, and bad to slide in
to it, but her Violetta made musi
cal emotional sense of the highest
aegree.ine wonder ot tana s la
that she can do so much with
less-than-great voice: the wonder
of Tebaldi is the skin with which
she handles and embellishes a
great voice.
Since Violetta spread-eagles "La
Traviata," it may be overlooked
and tt shouldn't be that Leonard
Warren, and American singer, as
you no doubt know, made a most
pleasing contribution to the new
proaucuon in in roie ot. me iatn
er. His is a voice really to rave
about, and the way be used it and
the way be acted to give warmth
and sympathetic understanding to
part which rarely gets either.
were exceedingly impressive.
The new stag settings war
startling Because they made it ap
pear tnai not only does sin pay
but tt pays extremely wen. Violet
ta and her friend. Flora, were la
mes or tne demimonde to out tt
pohtely yet there they were on
the Met stsge living In quarters
suitable for a queen on a first class

(PA-O The above photograph shows the arrival of the famous Conjunto Sonora Matan
cera and the very popular songstress Cells Crua upon-their arrival in Tocumen from- Havana.
Through the efforts of Laesa this famous Cuban Conjunto arrived Iq Paoami in time to. meet
their commitments for numerous engagements to this city. n

Royal Netherlands; French Navies

To Adopt
LONDON. March 18 (BIS -The
steam catapult, designed and dev developed
eloped developed in Britain, and at present
being used operationally in some
British and American aircraft car
riers, has now been adopted by
the Royal Netherlands Navy and
the French NaVy.
it is being built into the Nether
lands aircraft carrier Karel Door
man (formerly H.M.S. Venerable),
at present being modernized at
Rotterdam, and the French air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier Clemenceau, n o w
building. In Commonwealth mvies
H.M. Australian aircraft carrier
Melbourne and the Majestic class
aircraft carrier Bonaventure, built
in Britain for the Royal Canadian
Navy, are fitted with steam cata catapults.
pults. catapults. ;l
The steam catapult, regarded as
one of the most Important develop developments
ments developments in Naval aviation since
World War II, was designed by
Cmdr. C. C. Mitchell, an R.N. V.R.I
officer, and the prototype was built
by his firm, Messers. Brown Bros.
Ltd,, Edinburgh, This prototype
was tested in H-M-S. Perseus near nearly
ly nearly five years-ago and. developed
!.. ik. '.iMiw.Vn ....
Steam catapults have since been
installed in H.M.S. Ark Royal, and
British-built steam' catapults are
fitted in two United States aircraft
acquired the right to manufacture
tLese, catapults, and a. number of
carriers, including the new 70,000
ton ForrestaV are equipped with
the American version, . ,-
The steam catapult will be ev eventually
entually eventually be used in all Royal Na Navy
vy Navy operational aircraft carriers
in place of the rydre-pneumite 1
wire purchase type used for me me-ny
ny me-ny years." More power is prevWr
ed by the steam catapult than
by the wire purchase type, en enabling
abling enabling H te launch modern air
craft, with their reeter siie,
weioht and take-off speeds.
The Netherlands carrier Karel
Doorman is aba to be fitted with
another British device: an auto
matic aircraft positioning device.
It helps to position aircraft when
beine prepared for catapulting, ana
speeds the operation of aircraft at
sea. This device bar been in serv
ice in H.M.S. Eagle and other Brit
ish camera for -some time, me e-
quipment consists -mainly of sets
of rollers ntted tlusn wun me ueca
which drive the wheels of aircraft
speedily Into position, for catapult catapulting.
ing. catapulting. Apart from speeding up tho o o-peration
peration o-peration of aircraft, the device al also
so also makes it possible to reduce the
size of deck hsndlinf crews. It
was developed by the Admiralty
at Chatham Dockyard and at the
Royal Aircraft Estsblishment,
Farnborough. '
In addition to the Eagle, the posi positioning
tioning positioning device is st present fitted
in H.M; aircraft carriers Ark Roy Royal.
al. Royal. Albion. Bulwark and Centaur
and H.M.A.S. Melbourne and H. H.-M.C.S.
M.C.S. H.-M.C.S. Bonaventure. When complet completed,.
ed,. completed,. H.M.S.- Hermes will also be
fitted and its installation is includ included,
ed, included, in the modernization program
for H.M.S. Victorious.

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CENTENARIAN PLUS-Urs,
Anna Hawkins, ot asUnneapoUa,
VTInn, baa a good start bote her
second century of Irving after
recently celebrating her 103nd
birthday. She we tickled to
get a congratulatory note fxons J
President Eieouhower. wishing (
her many more yean eg good x
hearth. She has sU srandenfl-

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A WIFE and mothershould re
mind herself occasionally
When she grows weary of cook
ing -three meals a day,1 that it is
a real blessing to have a. man to
cook for, The only woman who.
has any excuse -for being bored
with cooking is. the woman who
cooks only for herself and eats a a-kme.
kme. a-kme. "' '-' -s
When she is fretting because
with small children around she
cant keep the house in order,
that there will be olentv of years
later when the bouse will be quiet
and orderly and mheiy. -When
she finds that 'what she
thinks seism to have less and less
influence -on her children, that
their opposition to some of her 1
deas only means that they are be
ginning to think and figure things
out ior themselves.
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lovers can get-Bach. with
their baloney when opera star
Lilly Windsor helps out in her
mother's delicatessen ia Haw
thome, N.Y. She practices as
she works. Lilly made nation
wide news t few years ago
when, unable to get anywhere
with ILS. opera companies, she
went to JUly and received an
svation in her ftrst role-with the
rwme upera company. ;.
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unpleasant odor, checks perspi.
ration-gives ywi the feeling of
"mornlnf-bath freshneas" all
day, all oveninr. Set.

at l m VW
for skin and clothe because
Odo-Ro-No was originated by
a doctor.

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Are ytmt Blessings,

list Recognize Them
When she envies some successful
career woman her exciting job,
that-there isn't any more chal challenging
lenging challenging job in the world that cre creating
ating creating a nappythpnja, ;.; ;
AN INDICATION
THAT H'$ NRIORO
WHEN she grows restless st be being
ing being "tied down,": that heing nstd nstd-ed
ed nstd-ed by others is absolutely neces necessary
sary necessary to most women's happiness.
When she feels that all she does
ior ner nusDana and children ia
pretty much taken, for granted.
the only ; real satisfgetioa f
ny!3ob is the self-knowledge that
It being done to the best of
one'i abihty.. .j.
When she is sure that bar hua.
bandls job is full of excitement
and. adventure compared to bars,
that, if that vereo why does he
look forward a the weekends
when hecan be it home?
- Many of housewife's attitudes
she picks up from 'pUjer women.
Os well for a womln to remind
herself occasionally .that -there
May hot be any real j reason, for
her to feel the .way she does.
W. German Success
On Ihernib-Kuclear
TW)NDON, March Yt (OT-West
German scientists beHeve they are
in sight of success with a controll
ed thermo huclear reactionthe
resctien that goes on uncontrolled
In a- hydrogen bombi The Sunday
Times science correspondent said
yesterday.--. v ;y
IndUttrill firmi i annnArtln a
team led by Dr. Kprt piebnei' st
Hamburg hope to set the first ther-
mo-nuclear power plant in opera operation
tion operation in 10 to 20 vearsf the cer-'
responrlent sdded. -:
He added:-"as hydrogen U ehtap
and easily available, eueh an a.
ehieyement would 'mean a conti
nual souroe of Inexpensive energy.
It would rid us of the ntiA forth
imDOrtation of castrr nraninni nA-
ed for the processes now used ia
nuclear power stations,? ?
But he eoneludea: "Thia werV Is
still only st the drawing -beard
stage ana n it snows that as much
energy has to be used to causa
t re'trion as i actualy releas released
ed released on fusion any discussion 9f the
use Of B thermo-nurla ritinn
for peaceful purposes twill be a
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MONDAY, MARCH 18,1537 i
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Wally Cox Confesses To Striking Out
Second Time On Network Television

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HOLLYWOOD, March 18 (UP)- "Look at George ; Gobel, 0114 of

waiiyt tox iuirew Dacg Ma tiny our truly great xomeaians. i b

shoulders- and in a voice tinged cause of the ratings no's- oegin-

- with guilt confessed he is a two-

t time loser. 1 1
The f bespectacled little star has
struck out for the second time on
;. network televisions Two years ago
i he burled "Mr. Peepers, and now
; 'Hiranv Holliday" has suffered a
morta) wound, i".
, ."Peepers" was axed by the mo mo-euls
euls mo-euls in J955 because of slumping
! ratings. f JThe rug was pulled from
under ( J'Holliday" two weeks ago

lor tne (Same reason.

"I'm not ; downcast about the people."
v turn of events,'" Cox said in schol- One: reason the soft-spoken Cox
arly tones.: "It happens to talniost il not upset by Holliday'a demise

ning to feel like a failure like

me. tie s Deuer man ne ever was.

Called A Hop

"A show has to be highjy sue
cessful to be on class A' air time

to beein with.'! Wally went on.

"As soon as it degenerates to
merely entertaining 10 or 15 mil

11 1 : n -i i nn

regardless of the fact that it still

amuses a tremendous numoer i

At Age Tim, He's 'Seeing Eye9 For Parents

"And m little hild shall lead them. This familiar quotation
' Is a reality in-the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hathaway in
: Stow, Ohio, m The child is only two years old.? He is their son,
, Clarence. Both parents" are totally deaf .furthermore, his
' dad is blind and his mother sees only dimly. But already, rla.
- lng to what hs seems to feel is his responsibility, little Clar-,
1 ence Is helping them overcome their handicaps. His under understanding
standing understanding shows. In the .way he clasps their hands to guide

them. He hands themvthings. ; When It is -time for mail, he
summons his dad with & trouser4eg tug and shepherds him
to the mailbox.' He guides them on shopping trips, taking
them In and out of stores and onto buses. So far, Clarence Is
soberfaced and silent though his parents make a point of
talking to him. Between themselves they use finger messages
on the palms of their hands. He's expected to begin talking
when he starts to nursery school.

' everyone who is. on the air for

ny jngtn of Ume.
:",' f. Some Are iurprised

"Fnnny.V" people axe

aftetf show has made a1 hundred

or so appearances that it is

r longer as- popular as before The
audience falls off to a dismal 13
; million, And that's the end of it.

When that ;happens- people

is that his contract with the net

work has four years to run- He's
paid a handsome minimum wheth whether
er whether he works or spends his days
at ''Bis favorite h 0 b b y,. flower

surpnseafwaicmng. -,

OiroKtng a niusiaque, nmij

scratch vheir beads and wonder
.how the -entertainer i 'lostii it The
reasons are given:

uuvn u c c u c u uiuic; upiiii

no grown ior iuesaay'S'.!-7Jaiuie

Theater," Wally said be Hopes to

continue filming 4he-".,'Holliday'!

series tor syndication u inbv, con.

sents

'I haven't given up on it," be
Said with a ghost of a grin. :

'My chief goal in life is to live

Should have brought the character happily. Naturally v didn't like

back from Europe. Maybe Holli

day should have' had a girl
friend."

Wally, busy picking at a platter

tn see the show eo off the" air.

but it certainly isnTt going to ruin
my life.

UTanKiy, I've always preierrea

of cracked crab in the Brown jnoviei and the theater, .Neither
nVi vJuiia. AfnMmAi.t Ant tnAHiim kha in. nail inv nrrwiurt.

lose their, ability to -entertain.

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except entertainment."-

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"Little Eacle Eye," as his parents call two-year-old Clarence
Hathaway, leads his blind father, Harold; to the mailbox.

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A bit fooey. bnt a restore of love. Clarence digs his finger
Into birthday cake icing and passes a gob to his mother.

Polio May Soon Be Defeated By New
live Virus, US Specialist Claims

ktamtwr TTRFrKWY TKACKS A.UNEF soldier and an in-

UUsdilvUtan.-.obseryerexainineT.the, gap.fn ihe railroad T I persuaded thorn1 to start Jar
tfnv In th rtoio KN-tn nft.ftr unldfntifiat hftnrf ftf Arabs I seal livo vacelit tests." .

ciit off all telephon and rail lines to-Israel frwn. the .Gaza .' -Such testa hava been, carried aut

VIENNA. March (UP)-Infan-

tile paralysis will soon be defeat,
ed by a new "uve virus" vaccine,

an American specialist said here

yesterday.
Brooks Mendell has been wag

ing war against his terrible di disease
sease disease ever since his 15-year-old
nephew Jeffrey Kroll died from it
in 1948. He also founded the '.'Jef '.'Jeffrey
frey '.'Jeffrey Kroll Foundation' to fight po polio
lio polio in memory of his nephew.

Mendell is in Vienna on a 12-

month crusade through Europe. In

this trio he is persuading govern-

mentr to increase testing of live

virls vaccine on a large scale.

"Only few government officials
and scientists knew about the
live virua vaccine," he saM.
"Tho Balk vaccina is not a def def-Inito
Inito def-Inito answer to polio. It only
giver. eight months immunity as
(Doctor Jenas) Salk says Mm Mm-self.
self. Mm-self. There' was some roluctaner
a the part, of g-evernmontf to

try anythlnr now but at the' omi

year-old New' York psychologist is
of the opinion that worldwide

tests must be started if the vac

cine is to crush the disease.

"Live virus vaccine, in contrast
to the dead virus as In the Salk

vaccine, gives much longer immu

nity, Mendell explained. "Dr. Salk
has made a great contribution In
the fight against' polio. But pro

gress does not stop. Dr. saiit's

work has opened the way to other

vaccines. We must take tne next

step to live virus and test this
new .discovery. Live virus vaccine

is less expensive to produce and

easier to administer.

"The Salk vaccine must be ad

ministered in several injections,
whereas the live virus vaccine iss

not given by injection.

It can ne taken by any patient as
an ordinary pilL" Mendell conti-

nued. 1
The world health crusader said

he thinks that his ten-year crusade

against infantile paralysis will
soon be over.'-
Then rshainaetote my time

to my own work, whlcch Is physi

cal and emotional rehabilitation,"

ne saia.

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the dummy. "The next time-1

open the bidding I will have a
little mora than this collection
of tripe."
After this sad reflection South
noted that there was a chance
to make his contract. All he
needed was a singleton or dou dou-bleton
bleton dou-bleton ace of spades In either
hand.
South's first step was to try
to get. as much Information as
possible about the distribution.
He won th ODenlmr lead in

his own hand, cashed dummy's
ace and kin of diamonds; re returned
turned returned to his own hand with the
ten of hearts and played his last
two diamonds, discarding a
spade and a club from dummy.
West let go a small club and
South made the mental note
that West started with only
three diamonds.
A small heart was led to dum dummy's
my's dummy's ace. Note that South re retained
tained retained the queen of hearts as a
possible reentry to 1tis own
hand. West let another club go
and now South had more infor-.
mation. west had started with
only four cards in the red suits
and therefore held nine black
cards. Of course he held a lot of
clubs but unless he held seven
or more he had at least three
spades.
.As much evidence as he could
gather safely was In. South
played a low spade from dum dummy
my dummy and won East's jack with his

queen: He returned the three of

spades, played low from dum dummy
my dummy and East had to play the
ace.

Dummv was cond ind Kraifh

had brought home the slam.

Mlamira Expects
Large, Colorful
Crowd Al Outing
Members of Club Altamira ex expect
pect expect their benefit outing to
Chame Sunday to attract a
large number of people.
Tickets for the outing are said
to be almost all sold.
Picknlckers are being urged to

wear Carnival costumes, Bermu

da shorts, dungarees or otner
picnic wear. Music will be played
on the picnic grounds by Kile
Perez and his TV combo and
prizes, donated by the National
Brewery, will be awarded to the
winners of several games plan planned
ned planned by the club.
Buses will leave the old DeLes DeLes-seps
seps DeLes-seps Park at 7 a.m. and from
Colon. 9th Street and Central
Avenue at 6 a.m.

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o Mrs. Ray Schnedier
o Tino Contreras
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o Mrs. J. Scribner
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o Tita Eleta
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It's as if each new Dr. West's were "iaoe-i
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THE rAWAMA AMEKICAN AN INqKPENDENT DaY NEWSPAPER ,' MONDAY, MARCH M. M5T

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Sleet Top-Ranked NX,

Kansas Friday Night

i NEW YORK, March 18 (UP) Michigan State
' and San Francisco have made a shambles of the ad ad-;
; ad-; vace script for the N.C.A.A. Basketball Tburna Tburna-!
! Tburna-! rrient and will tackle the nation's top-ranked teams,
Nprth Carolina and Kansas, in the semi-finals Fri

day night.

tNbrth Carolina, the nation's No.
vljiaam, set a major college season
record of 30 straight victories by
whfoDine Syracuse. 67-58, Satur

day1 night at Philadelphia. Kansas,

witn seven-foot wut unamDeriam
getting superb help from shorter
m teammates Maurice King and Lew
Johnson, solrted in the second

ball to defeat Oklahoma City Uni

versity at Dallas, Tex., bi-m.
But fht Michigan State Soar Soar-'
' Soar-' tans and San Francisco Dent
produced tha most impressive
! quarter-final triumph. Tha sev
nth-rankad Spartans, upset win win-f
f win-f ners ovar Nntre Duni Fridav
ni0ht whippad tha third renlced
Kentucky Wildcats, 80-48, on

thair Laxinaten. Kv., floor, ruin

ini for this yaar cosch Adolph
i Rupp'a draam of a fourth N.C.-
- A.A. crown.

And in the most dramatic of the
' widely-scattered quarter-finals, the
?lst ranked Dons throttled sixth-

I ranked California, 50-46, at Cor-
. vallis. Ore.
The semi-finals at Kansas City
j pit North Carolina against an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive Michigan State team
: that has won 12 of its last 13 starts
! and second-ranked Kansas against
a San Francisco team battling for
an : unprecedented third straight
: N:G.A.A. title. The winners meet

fiafnrdav nieht for the crown.

The Dons, who no longer have

All-Americans Bill Russell and K

C. Jones, were supposed to bow
mil- aeainst California. But stout

hearts, a tight defense and two free

throws apiece by Al Dunbar and

Mike Farmer in the last two min

utes enabled them to upset the

Pacific Coast Conference cham

pions.
St. Bonaventure, Xavier (0.)
and Memphis State scored upset
victories and favored Dayton had
to sweat to beat little St. Peter's

(N.J.) as the National Invitation

Tournament began In New York

Saturday.

St. Bonaventure crushed Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, 90-72; and Dayton de defeated
feated defeated St. Peter's, 79-71, in night
games after Memphis State edg edged
ed edged Utah, 77-75, and Xavier de defeated
feated defeated Setoh Hall, 85-70, in aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon contest. St. Bonaventure
will play top-seeded Seattle end
Memphis Stnte wiM meet Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Monday night. In the re.
maming quei ier-tinai$ Tuesday
night, Xavier will play second second-seeded
seeded second-seeded Bradley and' Dayton will
tackle Temple.

Clayton-Amador

Game Rescheduled

For Tomorrow PM

The baseball game between the

port Clayton Cavaliers and Fort
Amador's Troopers regularly

scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Satur

day, March 16, has been resched rescheduled
uled rescheduled and will be played at 7:30
p.m., tomorrow at Fort Clay Clayton'
ton' Clayton' Jarman Field.
The gam was postponed Sat Saturday
urday Saturday due to a power failure at
Fort Clayton.

Cafe Bohio Softball
Team Tops Kuna 8-4

The National Association of In

tercollegiate Athletics (N.A.I.A.)

Tournament endPri iSitnrdav night.

Tennessee A and I State of Nash

ville, Xenn., became tne first all-

Negro school to win a major tour

nament when it defeated Southeast

em (Okia.) state in the final, 92-73.

Colleges Questioned
Regarding Changes
In Cage Penalties

CHICAGO, March 1 (UP) -Col
leges around the nation today be
; van rxmivinff Questionnaires re-

garding changes in penalties for
basketball fouls,
i Some 25,000 inquiry forms were
sent out in advance of the NCAA
basketball rules committee's

r March 24-25 meeting in Kansas Ct

i h tjThe group will consider whetlv

!:.r. iM for fouls.

,i nresent rules call for a fouled

; pliryer to receive two charity toss toss-i
i toss-i esif fouled while in the act of

) ahdoting a goal. (If the goal is
f i mad he sets only one free

kJ i i fouled player not In the act of

aneoting receives on nee nuu
i nA lecond "bonus shot" if he

; inalrix thp first.

J V Alternatives now being suggest-

1 ?,edj include:
,i --Give the fouled team posses posses-l
l posses-l sion of the ball out of bounds,
f -Substitute jump balls for free
fl: throws.
-Make penalties more severe
V." after a team has more than six
; foifls called on its players during
n half of a game.
6 'The rules committee said yester-

dal there has bene a 20 per cent

i reduction in fouls since 195Z, me
vir the "bonus" rule went into

j effect.

Cleveland Hopes
For Federal Aid
For Pan-Am Games

CLEVELAND, 0., March 18
(UP) Cleveland officials conti continued
nued continued to hope for Federal aid to today
day today after receiving an "11th hour
stay" to raise financing for the
1959 Pan American rGames.

Mayor Antnony cieiebrezze ex-

pressed concern for American

prestige should Cleveland lose its
chance to host the Pan-American

Games.

In a came that lasted one

hour ana IS minutes, the Cafe

Bohio team yesterday defeated

Deportivo Kuna (San Bias In

dians) by a 8-to-4 score In the

second contest of the 1957 Rain.

bow City Open Classification

Softball League.

winning pitcher Agard gave

up five hits, walked eight and

struck out four.

Arias the loser, started for

Indians and went only one- and
one-third frames. Obaldia re relieved
lieved relieved and permitted four tallies
and nine safeties.

Wllmott of the winning team

was the leading hitter with a

perfect four-for-four. Gonzales

starred for the losers with 2-

for-three.

Rainbow City plays Cerveza

Balboa this evening.

The line score: i

Cafe Bohio 230 021 08 11 4

Kunas 200 010 14 5 0

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Eric Races Jo 2-Length Win
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ACTION AND VIOLENCE!

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"I fael the United Statea cannot

afford to lose the Games, and I

have never given 'up hope Con

gress will help us with financial

assistance," Celebrezze said.

Cleveland has asked Congress

for $5 million to help finance the

Games. Total cost for the inter

national sports events is around

$13 million. Remainder of the mon

ey will come from Ohio City, Coun County
ty County and State funds.
Cleveland has announced it could

obtain $6.5 million.

"The extra time will give us an

opportunity to see what the House
Appropriation Subcommittee will

do with our request for federal

aid for the Games," the mayor
said.

Earlier, the Executive Commit

tee of the Pan-American sports or organization
ganization organization announced in Carcas,

Venezuela, It would give Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland until next May 1 to solve dif

ficulties for organizing the 1959
Games. The federal appropriation
has been the big stumbling block

for the Cleveland delegation.

NC's Frank McGuire
'ccefs UII National
Basketball Trophy

NEW YORK, March 18 (UP)
C o a c h Frank McGuire of
North Carolina, which set an
all-time college record of 30

straight victories In a single
season, last night accepted the
United Press trophy symbolic of
the 1956-57 National Basketball

Championship.

The trophy, voted to North
Carolina by the United Press

board off coaches, was displayed
on a nationwide television pro program
gram program (Ed Sullivan-CBS).

The board, comprised of 35 of

me nation's most noted basket'
ball mentors, named North Car.

ollna the nation's No. 1 team at
the end of a resrular season In

which it won 24 games and lost

none, ine Tar Heels since have
added three wins In the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast Conference tourna tournament
ment tournament and three in the N.C.A.A.
tournament to break the all all-time
time all-time record of 29 straight wins

in one season set bv San Fran

cisco last year.

Master of ceremonies Ed Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan praised the New York-born
McGuire as a "local bov" who is
being "widely honored" for his
coachlnj; at North Carolina.
McGuire was voted "coach of

the year" in a nationwide Unit

ed- press poll and team star
Lennie Rosenbluth was named
to the United Press All-America

team.

Cuban Hurler Rene Valdes

Makes Impressive Debut

MIAMI, Fla., March 18 (UP)
Cuban pitcher Rene Valdes,

22-game- winner with Portland

last year and currently the

property of Brooklyn's new Pa

cific Coast League farm at Los
Angeles, made a brilliant debut

at. Miami Stadium yesterday
when he stopped the Detroit Ti

gers cold during an eigntn-m-nlng
rally and then shut them
out in the ninth to protect a 3-2
Dodger victory.

He cam In from the bullpen

in relief of Don Drysdale with
the bases loaded and none out
On his first pitch plnch-hitter
Frank House hoisted a foul to
Jim Gentile. Bob Wilson then

fouled to the catcher and
Charlie Lau popped to Charlie
Neal. In the ninth, Harvey

Kuenn bounced back to the

mound, Frank Boiling filed to
short and J. W. Porter fouled to

the catcher.

The other hero of the game

was Don zimmer. Flaying sec

ond base, his fourth position in
three games, Zimmer was
knocked down by one of Jim

Bunning's wild inside throws in

the second inning. On the next
pitch he lined a three-run hom

er out of the ball park, chasing

homers and a single and had

doubled, and Glno Cimoll who

had singled ahead of him. That
was Brooklyn's only scoring
round as they collected only six
hits off Bunnlng, Billy Hoeft.

Pete Wojey and John Tsltourls.

In the first inning Pee Wee

Reese suffered a badly bruised
right forearm when he was protecting-
himself from beine hit

on the head by one of Bun-

Isaac (Maestro) Gustines' consist

iuiu-jcai-oiu Umean coit Eric

yesterday atternoon took advan

tage of his light weight assignment

ana racea 10 a two-length victory

ovei Melendear in the featured

$1000 seven furlong sprint special
at the President Remon racetrack.
Eric wai capably handlad h

little Heliodoro Gustines, a
grandson of the old "Maestro."
However, runnerup Meltndtz
could probab'y have given a bet better
ter better r nf h'-i$F" if it

weren't for the out riding of
Chilean jockey Fernando Alva Alvarez
rez Alvarez aooard (v.-ssadaq.
Alvarez persistently crowded
Mellndez, with Chilean rider Fran-
; (' ,s-Hie. for the

first three furlongs while Gonetino,
m ..IfliP cot t h A

ainst Don Drys- pace.

awsman ana-two; By the time Melendez snt frp

or Mossadeq s interference and set

sail after the leaders, Eric had al
ready disposed of Gonetino and

was practically home free. Me Me-lendez
lendez Me-lendez closed with a gam effort
to wind up fully two lengths be behind
hind behind the lightweighted winner. E E-ric's,97
ric's,97 E-ric's,97 pounds undoubtedly aided
a great deal. -
Eric's tfmewa 1:24 as com compared
pared compared mwlth Melendez' 1:23 of the
previous week..
1 Little Gustines was the day'
leading rider by virtue of two
other victories. He scored in the
first race aboard Don Dani and
gave his grandfather a second
victory e stride King In the

ninrn.
The vigilant track stewards gave
Alvarez a 16 meet enforced vaca

tion. He received eicht for his

work aboard Mossadeq and eight
more for the same offense while

.riding Distingo in the sixth race.

He crowded Dawn Song in the

homestretch while on, Distingo.
The dividends:

ning's fast balls. It was Reese's
fifth trip to the plate this spring
and the fifth time he reached
base. Previously he had hit two
homers an da single and had

walked once The arm will not

be X-rayed, the ball striking a
flefihy part, but Reese may have
to miss a day or two of throw throwing.
ing. throwing. Shut out for six innings by
Carl Erskine and Don Bessent,
the Tigers-picked ud a run in

tne seventh a
dale on a hit

singles. A single and three walks

forced over a run in the eighth

and brought Valdes from the
bullpen.

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MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1957

TUB PANAMA AMERICAN '.AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PASf MINI
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Begirt
Teener

Buick

Atlantic

Tdhight

Kansas Rapidly Gaining
Backing As Hot Team'
In NCAA Tournament

NEW YORK. March 18CDP)
Former champ Kansas, with
two impressive victories already
and a "home court" edge in the
showdown games coming up,
was rapidly Raininn backing to today
day today asjthe "hot" team of the
N.O.A.A. Basketball Tournament

as it af alted the arrival 01 te
three regional winners.
The Jayhawks, titllsts In 1952,

will meet defending champion
son iiT.nelscrt for the Western

N.C.A.A. crown Friday night

when North Carolina, wie na nation's
tion's nation's No. t-; team which set
rew record of 30 straight victo victories,
ries, victories, plays Michigan state for
the Eastern cown.
Both fames, and Saturday's
national finale, will be played
at Kansas-City's Municipal
auditorium where Kansas
i; considered the "home team'
si.id where four of the five
u ynawks starters have played
i ;.ce higb.-scb.ol days.
.ut, more than that, Kansas
j so far been more impressive
, an record-breaking North
c iolina, which seems to play
t y well .enough to win each
u s Wilt Chamberlain and CO.

r ;ded an 81-61 rout oi umanu umanu-ma
ma umanu-ma City on Saturday night to a
73-65 overtime win over fourth fourth-ranked
ranked fourth-ranked S.M.U. the nght before.
iwnrtH r-nrnlina. a 67.-58 winner

over Syracuse Saturday, has yet

to "leave an opuuucu iu

Oklahoma 'City coach Abe

Lemons says the Jayhawks have
something else going for them,
too he thinks the officials
"protect" the seven-foot Cham-
Viorlaln

"Everyone is so Chamberlain;
1J T AmAna ; 'film

COnSCIOUS, Buu
could touch hini and a foul
would be called. But if he touch touches
es touches you, it Isn't a foul.'' -And he
artriprf that the officials allow

Chamberlain to spread eagle
himself and bump rivals when

he lands after leaping lor a re rebound.
bound. rebound. ....
nut. vrn Lemons admitted,

"Chamberlain doesn't need that

much help w proDamy ..couia
have had mrxefereeing and -we
still couldn't have beaten them,
lie predicted it would take "some
sharo-shootlng team that gets

v.nt tn minn the Javhawks.

San Francisco, which gets
that chance next by virtue of a
66-51 win over California in the
CorvalUs, Ore.," regionals is
shooting for a record third
straleht NC.A.A. championship

and conceding nothing to anybody-
. .,
Two free throws apiece by Al
Dunbar and Mike Farmer in the
last two minutes carried the
Dons to their big win over Cali California.
fornia. California. Farmer, six-seven un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly will be asked to carry
the main load of "stopping
Chamberlain" on Friday night.
Chamberlain had 30 points and
15 rebounds against Oklahoma
City, a total of 66 points in two
games.
North Carolina's win over
Svracnse Broke the record of
29 straight wins In a shute
season set by San Francisco
last years Ag-frressive Syracuse
had more baskets than the
Tar Heet, 2 to 17. but North
Carolina! was ap .to its old
trick of drawing? fouls and
sank 33 of 45 free throws.
Lennle Rosenbluth bad 23
po'nts, a total of 89 in three
tourney rames.
Coach Forddy Anderson of

Michigan State believes his

"wonderfully unpredictable" Big

Ten cnamps nave a goou cnuuue
to beat North Carolina because
"I feel -we are just as good as
the next team.,f Jac Quiggle's 22
points for the Spartans against

Kentucky r inciuaea iwa jnree jnree-polnt
polnt jnree-polnt plays in the last two min

utes to cement uie decision.
State's hard-driving style is fig figured
ured figured either to break up North

Carolina's defense or to draw

many fouls.
Kentucky's loss to Michigan

State erased coach A d o 1 p h

Ruprj'S'Jiopes for a fourth N.c.
A.A. crown and forced the
gloomy "Baron of the Blue Blue-Grass"
Grass" Blue-Grass" to admit that "a very

good Michigan State team beat

us." -:

Sports Briefs

THE WEEKEND
SPORTS SUMMARY
SATURDAY

ST. LOUIS (UP) Cliff Hagan
scored 28 points to spark the St.
Louis Hawks to a 114-111 win over

the Minneapolis Lakers for the
Western Division title of the Na

tional Basketball Association.
BOWIE, Md.'(UP)rThid Broth Brother
er Brother nosed out the favored Dedicate
to win the $25,000 added Bowie
Handicap before 23,664 fans.
HALLENDALE, Fla. (UP)
Bardstown outclassed four other
horsas to win the Appleton Handi Handicap
cap Handicap before 21,007 fans at Gulf-
, stream. ' ---;-"

NEW YORK (UP) Memphis
State, Xavier (O.), St Bonaventure
and Dayton all advanced'-to the
quarter-final round of the National
Invitational Tournament as a re result
sult result of opening day 'Victories. j
KANSAS CITY (VPp Kansas,
North Carolina. San Francisco and

. . . i.i w n ill r-vn vmo i

Michigan Mate au mat remaini ; Matt Manr' the Michigan "water

pi a- 3-ieam-iieia, a v a n c e a &g.. wno .retired" two years ago
through, another day ..of, competi-. become swimming coach at

Clash Under

Arc-Lights

At Mi Hope

Tba first gam of tha cham championship
pionship championship cariat of tho Atlantis
Taanaga League will oaf under underway
way underway at Mount Hop Stadium un-

dar tho tights tonight. Came
time Is 7:30.' v u
Umpires, will be Harry Dock

erv behind the Mate with' Buck v

Hall and Dick Kandrin on the base

paths.

Manager Lutz has. chosen his

boy, Bryan, to toe the mound for
the favored Motta team; i while
Mike Green had no problem In se selecting
lecting selecting his workhorse, Keith Ku-

lg, to toe tnes rubber.
League President Oil Mor Mor-land
land Mor-land has changed the original
schedule, which was approved by
tho rival managers for Mho
championship, playoffs, in reac reaction
tion reaction to complaints made by
thee closely connected with the
Motta team that tho first two
games wore spaced a weak a a-pert
pert a-pert in order to "help tho Buiek
club who do not have a solid
pitching staff.
Mike -Green, manage" of the un underdog
derdog underdog Buick, has stated that he
is not interested in hollow victo

ries and was readv to olsy the

first two games within three days.

Unfortunately, tne au. nope aia-;
dium is already booked for this

coming Wednesday and Thursday
so that with the revised schedule,
tho second same will not take.

place under the lights.

It will be played on Wednesday
afternoon at the Coco Sollte ball
park. Game time Is set for 4:15
p.m. (not 4:30 which was the cus customary
tomary customary time during the regular
season).

Oklahoma 'Good

Hatchery' Claims
Coach Mali Mann
By BOB HAUGHT

NORMAN, Okla., March 18 (UP)

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BUly Hunter, Tom Morfan and Rip Coleman. Rear! Tlrv JtoC msSffatwSkT

tion to the semi-finals of the NCAA

basketball Tournament.

KANSAS CITY (UP) Tennessee

A "Ld L'W suthestn 0kl- paddlers this month, but
K.JwSSAm have reason to.hope t

ament.

CHICAGO (UP) Ron Dale Dale-ny
ny Dale-ny ran his fastest time of the
year in winning the "Chicago
Daily News" mile In 4:03.8.

University of Oklahoma, ssid to

day he's found a "good hatchery.1

Mann isn't nredicting a nation

al championship for Oklahoma

t sooner

his team

do almost as well as Bun

Wilkinson's footballers when it

gets its chance.

Mann did say, however, that

he's satisfied with the 49th and

50th years of his career, in view

of a vow he- made when he left

Michigan two years ago.
"I came down here for one pur-

SUNDAY
PALM BEACH, Fla. UP)-Shir- i
ley Bloomer and Mervyn Rose de-

leatea uanene naro no uisep- -ming wnere it beiongS the

1. 7 3 X.wvZii.Zm. 'tZnZi. sharp-nosed Mann saw
finals of the Lverglades Tennis, h. took over

Tournament;

Since he took over, Sooner

iienlaghr have breezed throush

vr prrrn!RfTnr wi. mpi perfect seasons, picked up
t,5-!RSi.TO.Fi?;Pl7 t Big Seven conference titles

I Z. n t and placed third in last year s

inciiuiui viv, """m"iiCAA tournament
Burke Jr. by four strokes. rtLAA wurnmem-
,tt, :.l Oklahoma had more than twice

$8SBJFMKS nJLe "onent, low. .State, in the Big

downhill and clinched combined

honors

races

in the international ski

meet here earlier this

month. Mann laughed off this ac accomplishment.

AUGUSTA, gTTuP) Pattyl gSffi
69 to finish ahead of Anne Quest -.,..

ana lane ncr scvciiiu nueuuiuer i

Golf Championship

Sotihb will carry you smoothly
'thru the ironing hour

Eliminates sticking I ;
V pulling bunching.
Yts SHna mikes your iron.fly-cuts down iron iron-ing
ing iron-ing time on every starched item, in your basket.
Mix Satiru with your hot, ready-to-iron rtArch and
xee just how delightfully easy it is to iron the
Satfna .way. Your clotho will look owl stay crisp ml
elonloer.e)rlsnriyiMrlrehl ;'
TCef yiwr ol Salina today-th9
4 BIG honing okf in th tilth pecgl

Mann will take his swimmers to

Chapel Hill, N. C. for the NCAA
tournament March 27. He said he

iloesn't expect Oklahoma to be a

Ido competitor.

"We'll be in the first 10, b u t

won't do as well this year. In a

championship, you have to bave

stars. We're hist not as heavy this

year," he laid.

"But I'll be back next year. Re

tiree No Sir! I've aotta stay," he

is id.

Like bis swimmers, Mann keeps
in shape by taking to the water

every day.
vrd lose my eirlislf figure if

didn't have my daily swim. I do
at least 500 Lengths a day, With

me swimming is easier than walk'
mf.

Looking back over 50 years as
t swim mine coach. Mann said

iis biggest thrill came when he

coached the American Olympic

team to the world championship at

Helsinki in 1952.

He says there's no secret to be

ing a good competitive swimmer.

"The biggest tninf i now u a

four-letter word WORK."

TIVOII MOTORS VIRTUALLY
CLINCHES FIRST PLACE IN

MIXED BOWunu lh.au ui-

xwit'h" onlv three -more Weeks

of bowling to go in the Diablo
Cosmopolitan Mixed Bowling
League it appears as though the
Tivoll Motors can start dusting
off the trophy shelf in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the newcomer,
Tivoll has a seven game lead
over second place Atlas Club,
which is the only team not eli eliminatedand
minatedand eliminatedand With only nine
games left it looks pretty hope hopeless.
less. hopeless. Going down the stretch
the last four .weeks Tiyoli won
eight games while losing only
four as the Atlas Club won only
three games while losing, nine,
The other, six teams have been
changing positions week after
week, with the Braniff Airways
making the biggest Jump by
winning eight and losing four to
HimH' from fifth' nlace to third,

2Va. games behind Atlas and
nn.Holf fcarru-ahekd of fourth

place Seymour Agencies. Any of
the other' teams could easily

ealn .a couple of positions With

a strong finish as there are on only
ly only live points separating the
third ancf elehth Place teams

with the others all within one
or two points of each other.

Bud Balcer continues to lead
the men bowlers with a 206 av average.
erage. average. Bud rolled an excellent
704 series last week which erases

Billy Cof leys 688 as me mgn
series W the. season. Bob Toland
with a 886 series ranks third for
the season. Billy Coffey, Bob To Toland,
land, Toland, and Earle Best follow Bal Balcer
cer Balcer with averages of 198-190 and
189 respectively. j
Thelma Camby finally wrested
the lead away from Dell Peters
by the margin of one pin. Thel Thelma
ma Thelma has a 156 average while Dell
has a 155. Reggie Schmidt, Marge
Hicks, and LIU Gunn follow
with 153, 150 and 149 averages.

STANDINGS AT THB END OF
-t: THE 26TH WEEK

a fine 439 to lead the Panama
Cigarette team to a two to one
victory over the Pan-American

Airways flyers. Janet Lockhart

too tne high honors for the
losers with 436.
In the final match of the
evening the Chevy-Buick team
won two from the No Mi Diga
Lounge team. Sue Boles led the

garagemen with 427 while Betty
Rose hit an even 400 to be high
for the losers.

Archie Expected
To Sign For June
Defense Today

NEW YORK, March 18 (UP)

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Seeond nail Standings

TYon Lost pet

Lincoln Life 5

Police 4

Spur Cola ......
Seymour Agency

Elks 1414

Gibraltar Life ..

2

innings during the week accord-
ing to Little League regulations.) i
Little Matheny pitched three
Innings and gave up one rutt
and that was a home run off tner
bat of Loul French. This was'f
French's seventh round tripper

ior uie season. 'H

.715

.571
.500
.428
.428

333 Seymour

Pearl as a

The weekend at the Little I Anderson 2b 4

League Stadium was disastrous I Boatwrlght c 4

ror tne iwo lop teams in me Sanson cr 4

Ab R ft

Pacific Little League.

On Friday afternoon Seymour

Agency took the measure of the
first half champions, Police, nr.d
on Saturday morning, the Elks
gave the Lincoln Life a Jolt by
smacking them down.

Seymour Agency 7, Police z
Trailinar bv the score of 2 to

1. Sevmour Aa-encv tallied 6 runs

on three hits in the final inning.
Arosemena, the Seymour pitch
er, held the Police in check as
Seymour chalked one of their
best wins of the year. Boat
wright led the Seymour and

both teams with the suck, Hav Having
ing Having three safeties. For the po police.
lice. police. Dempsey. the Police short

stop and third baseman,' had
two for two and Potter had two
for three..

Lincoln Life Z. Elks 1414 5

After battling three overtime Lincoln Life

Corrigan lb 3
Moses If 3
Raymond 3b ........... 2

Herring rf .; 2

Perra rf

Arosemena p

Police

Dempsey 3b, ss ,

Ashton ss. p, 3b ..,

Priester lb

Potter c

Sebastian cf p . . ;
Riley J. v

Catron -3b, cf

Wilder U
Evans

Riley Jeff 2b ......
Darden 2b ........
Smith rf

Weade rf 1

TEAM STANDINGS

Abernathy
Boyd Brothers ....

Panama. Cigarets .
Mountain Dew ...

No Ml Diga Lounge

Pan Amer. Airways

Chevrolet Buick

Salon Alex ........

Won
. 46
, 45
41
35t
33
32
32
23 V

Lost
26
27
31
36 y2
39
40;

40

Manager Charley Johnston expects innings on Thursday in a tie

uBui-iieavy wetKni cnampiun Ar

chie Moore to sign for a June de defense
fense defense today the deadline.
"It's practically certain he will
sign today," said Johnston.
The proposed title fight would

be at the Detroit Olympia, June

7, against tne winner of a conten
der's battle between -Chuck Spies

er and Tony Anthony at the same

arena. April 5. Spieser of Detroit

is the dumber one contender; An

thony of New York, number three.

Moore, 40, was scheduled to ar

rive by plane from San Diego, cai

if., and then so into a huddle with

Johnston and promoter Jim Nor-

ris. Norn is expected to cooper

ate in the promotion, froth the

TV-radio angle at least, with pro

moter Nick Londes of Detroit.
Tday was the deadline set fr

Today was the. deadline set for

Moore s signing by the national

Boxing Association and the New

48 York State. Athletic Commission.

game, the two teams piayea on

their stalemate on saturaay
morning, and the Elks came up

with a real surprise ey tatting

the Llncolns by the score of 5

to 2. The Elks had many heroes,
Stoudnor, for his pitching in
the first three innings, Bettiak,
who had five putouts in the out

field and all the batters wno
gathered nine hits., but the he hero
ro hero of heroes was shorty Angus
Matheny, who relieved Stoud Stoudnor,
nor, Stoudnor, who had to leave the mound
because he had pitched the six

However, president Floyd Stevens
of the NBA said at Grand Ranids,
Mich., last night that the dead

line might be stretched to tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in case, of an emergency.. But

failure to sign after that Would

force the NBA to vacate his crown
and sent up an elimination series

for the vacant title, Stevens saia.

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Beck cf .
Ostrea ss
French 3b
Case c ...
Bowman lb
Farnsworth
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Marti p

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Tivoll Motors

Atlas' Club .

Braniff Airways .,
Seymour Agencies ,.

APA

Tasco aBttenes

Pepsi Cola

Colonial Insurance,,.

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35
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HELP ASTHMA
ai:d dho::ciiitis
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turn trvntth, rala rw kalta, 4
arcakaa yvnr kavt MiniM aalckly
ptMTtm M rarii thrJfh tha k4oo (
wkmiik AathnM ind Branrhitta at
lacka. Blp dtMotv atraHnc m
m. mmotM fra. aaar braatatnr.
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44 a4 atahbom caaca. Gt atae
from an Sniirtara today, a4 aa
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DIABLO

BUSINESS
LEAGUE

WOMEN'S

Abernathy Lea Cut, To One :
Game
, . . , -. j
The Abernathy Sportsmen I
found thlnas rough last Mondrur

evening as they lost all three;

points to ine ias pice ouu
ai. tam nhavlne- there lead to!

only one point over the second

place Boyo Bromers piuo. r.i
Stlnson led the Salon team with
409 while Marge Rodgers ru.

high in a Joslna; effort, witn .4bq ;

for Abernatny. n
Boyd Brothers- gain came as
they won one point from thej
tnnrtt nlace. Mountain Dew

team. The Dews were led to vie- i

tory by Milue Keiiy wno nit a
r nle S36 hih series with

m for the eventn of

. .

194. Tex wray was nim ior uie

lnurancemen wim
Del Peters hit the maples fox

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA,. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1984, Sunday, March 17J9S7
The whole ticket has 48 pieces divided In two series "A" ft "B" of 24 pieces each.

1

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First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

5385
4992
1440

$ 48,000.00
$ 14,400.00
$ 7,200.00

PRIZES ARE PAH) WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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$ I S S A
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18S 144.M 11SS 144 SIM 144.M 318S 144.SS 4185 144.M S1U 144.t SIM 144.M
28S 144 M I2SS 144 M 1W5 144.M 32SS 144.M 425 144 52SS I44.M I2SS 144.
385 S.4M.M 13S5 S.4M.M 2385 I,4S.M 33U t,4M.M 4385 l.lm.t 5S85 4S,M.M (3H Z.4M.M
485 144.M 1485 144.M 348S 144.M 3485 144.M 4485 lUM 5485 144.M S485 144.M
585 144.M IMS I44.M 25M 144.M 3585 144.M 4M5 144. (MS- 144 M (58f 144.M
7M 144.0 IMS 144.M 2485 144.M 3M 144.M 48S5 144.M 5M5 144.M SMS 144.M
M85 144.M 1T8S 144.M 2785 144.M 3785 144.M 4785 lUM S785 I44.M (TM 144.M
885 1 44 .M 1M( 144.M 2M5 144.M SMS I44.M MM 144.M S8M 144.H (8M I44.M
MM 144. IMS 144.M SMS 144.M M( 144.MtM 144.M SS8S 144.M MM 144.M

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Approximations Derived From First Prize

S7( 4MM S37S 4M.w, ( 4M.M I S382 4M.M I SSM 4M.M S3S7 4M.M 53M 4M.M 3l 48J.M I MM 48S.M
S37T 4M.M M7 4MJl4381 MJ I S3M . 4MJ f S3M 484 M SMS 48 ,M (3M tMUnJ
r Approximations Derived From Second Prize
Mt 24.M 1M1 34.M I JSS2 24S.M j SMZ 34S.M 5M2 14S.M (Ml 24. 7M2 24S.M j M2 ItM.M J MM 341 M
4383 12S M 4SS 12S.M I MT 1!ta I 48 1M.M j 4M1 12 M 4M4 12.M 1" 4M8 j MM IM.M
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Approximations Derived From Third Prize

S44S 44.M j 144 144.M J 344 144.M I 444 'u.M j MM 144 M MM 144.M 744 144.M 444 i44 M 544 144.M
1431 r MS 1433 MM 143$ NJ4 I 143T MM US MM 1441 MM 1444 MM 14M MM j 144 MM
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' Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st and 2nd in Panama, 3rd in Colon.
' The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending la and not inclsded la tho above list wia rerty-Elght Dollars (I4I.M) each.
. & Cl The whole ticket has pieces which eomprises the two aeries "A" and 'V

Signed by; ALBERTO ALEMAN. Goyenior of tho Pro viae of Panama Ced. 4712155
v a'. The Reprosentative of the Treasury, JOSE GUHXERMO AIZPU

RAFAEL TERAN A.
SecreUryAd koe

WITNESSES: Jose O. Rosso. Ced. No. 47-587$
,1- r, Anrelio Garcia, Ced. No. 47-48185

Notary Pablie, Paaasaa
ALBERTO J. BARSALLO

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nUH etptian apclj only to first Piiu.
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smximaUona aro atca4ad an tho Sir. Soan4 and Third Pnr ta eaao
a tk-kat AouM eair tl muBhen of Met arita, tba bold ta anUUad t
ciaua oaymant for aacb. . ; '
DRAVKIO OF THE 3 STRIKES
V Sunday. Marcb 17, If 57

Drawiag Namber 68C ;

Fint Prize.

Second Prize.

Third Prize.

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$11.00 $220.00
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placo March 14, I57
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Prkt of a forty-iiighth port $ .50



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDFNT DAIL? vNEWSPAFER
.munrim a n v tnrnriitB ' J 1 iu ' 1 j V f usvunav n tr-n i 'late
MONDAY, MABCH 18,-195?
THIS SPACERS FOR SALE i i 5
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 5-0740
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Houses
FOR RENT CHALET 2 bed'
rooms, garage, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. lOst. Rio Abajo. Ph.
M013.
FOR RENT: Attractive furn furnished
ished furnished Chalot Golf Heights, liv-'
ing room, dining room, break breakfast
fast breakfast room, kitehon, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, guost houio, garaga,
and telephone. For appointmant
n. II .1
For rant a big rasldaneo ap appropriate
propriate appropriate for an embassy in
Via Espana, No. 37-74. Phono
31859.
FOR RENT: For 5 months,
vary comfortable, fully furn furnished,
ished, furnished, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom,
residence in Campo Alegre, ex excellent
cellent excellent neighborhood. Monthly
rental $250.00. Apply Wolff and
Company, Tel. 3-6969, 31st St.
Exposition.
FOR RENTi Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4 Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished res residential
idential residential house, 4 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, maid's room. 43rd
street No. 27.
FOR RENT: Furnished mod modern
ern modern house at Las Cumbres for
1 1-2 months with hot water.
Form April 2nd on Call Las
Cumbres 2074.
YOUTH LEADER Dr- Arthur
U srhivv taief Scout; execu-
a tVifc i. Rnv Scouts of
1V7 V4
America, has been appointed by
President fcisemower w u
chairman rof" the Youth Com Com-tnr
tnr Com-tnr th President's Peo-
i in. i Peonle Droaram. The
Youth f Committees consists of
adult leadership from 25 youth
n7tinni.with a combined
...mkMhinf &( a millions of
uaiM nnnlV It is one of 41
igroups 0 seeking aj to a, promoti
people-toptople conUcti
throughout t the world toA de
(velop feltoOThipjr
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"DROP IN SOME TIME" The camera catches a paratroop paratrooper's
er's paratrooper's tensest moment sweeting out the seconds until bis 'chute
opens. This unusual photo shows a trooper of the 11th Airborne
- Division during maneuvers at Augsburg, Germany. Note the
. line of previous jumpers stretching into background.

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.t Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
"FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit',
chen, porch, garage. 46th Sty
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED DE DECORATORS
CORATORS DECORATORS DREAM APART APARTMENTS.
MENTS. APARTMENTS. Fully equipped kit kitchens,
chens, kitchens, hot water, daily maid
service. Edificio Campo Alegre
corner of Via Espana and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Yeaia. For informa information
tion information Miss Arango same build building
ing building at Arte y Decoracion store.
FOR RENT: Nicely, furnish'
ed one bedroom apartment. Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile row. Call. Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
furnished apartment on Peru
Avenue, facing the park. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-3099 3-0746.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment for six weeks. Quiet
residential section. Tel. 3-0276-3
0811.
FOR RENT: Furnished mod modern
ern modern apartment: one bedroom,
living dining, hot water; inde independent,
pendent, independent, quiet, in El Cangrejo.
' Please apply Foto El Ha Icon on
side street facing Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Near Panama
Hotel, small new apartment,
completely furnished. Hot wa waiter,
iter, waiter, terrace. $80.00 monthly.
$75.00 with long lease. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously furn furnished
ished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
"Miami" window blinds. 43rd
street No. 27.
FOR RENT: Just finished a a-partments
partments a-partments in new house. Close
to Zone on main, Central Ave. ;
Couples or bachelors only. Call
Panama 2-2011 for a pp oint ointments.
ments. ointments. Furnished modern apartment
in Bella Vista. Two bedrooms,
two baths, maid's room and
bath,, hot water. Alt eonveni eonveni-ences.
ences. eonveni-ences. Call during business
hours, Panama 2-2159.
Resorts.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach hours. One mile east Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Swedes Attempted
To Enler 4 Spies
In Russia Pravda
LONDON, March 17 (UP) The
official Soviet Communist party
newspaper Pravda said today that
a Russian frontier post command
er. Senior Lt. Mikhail Koziov,
"died bravely while opposing the
attempt; of the Swedish intelligence
service to land four spies on Soviet
territory.
Moscow Radio, quoting the Prav
da report, said the post which Koi Koi-lov
lov Koi-lov commanded has been named
after him.
But it did not say where or
when this incident is alleged to
have occurred.
The radio auoted the official gov
ernment newspaper Izvestia as hit
ting back against a campaign in
"the reactionary Swedish press. .
mi amy J"S'
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INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plan e CASA ZALDO-Centr.l Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACy-18J La CHBsqiilllj i FABMAUA .LOM-'MhSo-o.
2 Mraet MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & t St. LEWIS SERVICE-Awi. Tivell No 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS-14 Central AvO.
FARMACIA LUX. 164 Central Avenue O HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE jT Fo. da la Ossa Ave. No. t FOTO DOMy-Juslo Arosemena Aye, and 33 St FARMACIA
VANEJStreet No. 63 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Letcvre 7 Street FARMACIA "SS V-VK Forras 1U -9 MOVED ADES ATHIS -. Baide
the Bella VtstaV-Saeatre. , r Xs, A f I t i

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 red Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet convertible, W-S-W. tires,
radio, heater. Call Kobbe 3232.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
DeLuxe 98. House 112-B, Via
Espana, opposite Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Telephone 3-6871.
FOR SALE: 1941 Bujck, good
condition throughout. Phone
Balboa 3066, after 4:00 smti.
"FOR SALE: 1950 "98" four
door Oldsmobile. Tel. Balboa
2808 or see 744-B Los Cruces
St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1956
Hardtop C. P. "Likenew" con condition.
dition. condition. Completly equiped. Ph.
86-4113.
FOR SALE: Leaving for States
must sell 1951 Hudson Coupe.
ExceUent condition. Bargain
at $325. Tel. Balboa 2870 or
4169 DADE.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPOSES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 j-2j-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R.( Eisenmann
n c.
E. Fabrera.
C.Z. DenUI-Medlcal PoTycllnle
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. A24
(oppoalte Ancon School pUyfrouni)
Tel. 2-2011 Panama
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COW WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2951
for 18. personnel and thebi
famllle only.
ss, cemoB
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama N. lorkr Col6n
In connection with the unmasking
of the activity of Swedish intelli intelligence
gence intelligence organs, which have been in
contact with United States intelli intelli-Donro
Donro intelli-Donro and over a number of vears
have been sending their agents to
the USSR.
"Distorting the true state of af affairs,
fairs, affairs, the papers are trying to a a-rouse
rouse a-rouse among the Swedish public a
feeling of mistrust for the Soviet
Union," said Izvestia.
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Classes for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th
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and Dunn.

Ex-Defense Secretary Urges
Sending Weapons To Korea

WASHINGTON March 18 (UP)
Dr; John A. Hannah, former as
sistant defense secretary; recom recommended,
mended, recommended, todav that the' United
State's "ignore the 1 prohibition in
the armistice agreement;- ana
send modern weapons to Korea.
Hannah said in a report to the
Senate that the Soviet bloc has
been violating the armistice to
build v up Communist forces in
Worth Knrna. He said the United
States would not be "showing or-1
dinary intelligence" unless u act-
ed "to. place our forces on a par
with the opposing forces."
Otherwise, Hannah saidj Ameri-l
.on iw wnnlrt h 'needlesslv
int. if hnatiiitiM should be re
SUmed.
.
Asks Modernixation
"Th- Honicinn ahnulrf he made
at once to equip our own forces,
and those of the Republic of Ko-
rea, with the most modern equip
ment ana weapons 01 war, memo-
ing adequate modern jet air force
support," he said.
Hannah, .president of -.Michigan
stat TTniveraitv made the oroDOs-
al in the 2-pag report prepared
for the Senate, Dor.eign- Relations
rominitt.ee on military i iu eco-
nomic aid programs v ia;. Korea,
.Tanon Fnrmnca and the PhiliD
pinesv .'' tp' i
M also saio every enon
should bn made, short of war. to
bring abouiTthe, reunification o
North and soutn Korea at ine
earliest practicable moment."
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.' (NEA Telephoto)
WALL COMES TUMBLING DOWN Fireman directing stream of water on blazing-building
instinctively raises his arm as the front wan of a warehouse in New. York craahes to the
atreeL Firemen had been ordered from the area seconds, before. The abandoned warehouse

was destroyed and 12 other buildings damaged by the five-alarm blaze.

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fTTTERAL SEKTICES FOE ADMIRAL BIRD Tht body of Admiral Richard X. Byrd. con conqueror
queror conqueror of the North nd South Poles, rests on horsa-drawn taasion as it Is carried Irom
the Fort Myer Chapel to the grave site to 'Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington. Va In
background Is the Lee Mansion, -.

SERVICES

Rattan, furniture 'repaired and
refinished. Guaranteed ; work-
t menthip. Complete new wrap wrapping.
ping. wrapping. Home repair service. Re Repair
pair Repair and refinish mahogany
furniture. Free estimate a n d
home deliyery. Opesite Hotel
Roosevelt. JIMMY,
Volume is allowing us to con con-.
. con-. tinue service calls for $2.50 un until
til until further notice. Same day
service at home. U.S. Televi-
sion, telephone -2-4616.
. The- educator and former Penta-
gon 'manpower chief said the Unit United
ed United States must maintain strong
military forces in Korea indefin-
i.ely.
Crjticiies Aid Delay
Hannah' also said, it1 is "intoler-
fble and inexcusable to permit
i le -present" lag of many monthfc
between the time of congressional
appropriations for aid programs
env actual anocauon. 01 mnus m
t.e areas where they are to- be
spent. '
"Red tape, paper work or what
ever the cause, the result is that
neither the American ., personnBl
Jivoivea nor uie uiucwJB ,u i, iuo
- foreign governments ,t concerned
can plan wisely, budget frugajly
or perform etticienuy, iiannao
said. ;.' M'-.j
He criticized the '.'reluctance' of
administrators in Washington to
jive a "reasonable degree of, u-
iraoraj .iu auuiuiiauawis ...wn,'
seas" in planning programs in
.various areas.
; ' .
Generally speaking. Hannah
said, the United States is "well
advised in-assisting in building up
strone military torces in me.rnu-
ippines, Taiwan (Formosa) and.
Korea."
i But, he said, he found' "with
cisappoimmem we me. nu
hiehlv 'successful in explaining' to
foreign national our reasons for
unaerjaKing our ioreign no pro
'grams."
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Home Articles,

FOR SALE'i Poajn rubber
mattress and box spring, used
9 months,; 'excellent condition.
Tek 2-4257, Los Rios.
' FOR SALE.: Two large fram framed
ed framed mirrors. Remington electric
shaver, double bed mattress
box v springs with ivory wood
and cane' headboard, .Chinese
-'wall panel, Mexican paintings
('originals. Phone 3-6372. before
10 after 5.
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32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY,' MARCH 18, 1957

rive cents"

Officials Flying Around Ih Middle East Maffer; t
UN To Trouble Spots;, Dulles, Meir To Washington

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NERVOUS WITNESS William Langley, district attorney of
Multnomah County in Portland, Ore., spent several STieJlng
--hours on the witness stand before the Senate Labor Rackets

Committee in wasnmgton trying iu ZZ
" him Thfisp p.andid Dhotos of his nervous hands

and feet show the strain of the long ordeal.
Beck Borrowed $400,000
From Union Interest-free

wACHTMr.TDN March 18 (UP) ind other areas. He dismissed the

Teamsters President Dave Beck allegations as testimony by prosti
. j tnHav he borrowed from tutes, gamblers and drug addicts,

MOO 000 to $400,000 from the He said he didn t see how "any "any-itl.
itl. "any-itl. wxstprn Conference one could reach, a definite con-

J.r th oast 10 years and paid elusion" from such testimony.
?'LilctP I McClellan disagreed somewhat.

Rprk said he paid back "every He said no Teamster official had
nt' nf the loans He conceded, Riven a "satisfactory explana explana-u.;,,..Jr
u.;,,..Jr explana-u.;,,..Jr that he didn't know ton" of the evidence linking the

X-ti.r hP siened any notes or, teamsters to racketeering. He
wleth.erJ hlflgnnir.anrt.file mem-'added that "we have eiven everv-

S-r. nf the huge Teamsters Union one involved an opportunity to an-

WeBUTeWa insisted he put up, McClell.n'. committee will re re-'nlentv
'nlentv re-'nlentv of collateral" and said hume its hearings tomorrow, with
l.rk of any interest had the ap-West Coast Teamsters, czar Frank
nroval of the Teamsters Execu- K Brewster returning to the wit wit-provai
provai wit-provai oi u h t ncss stand
edtBmter0t I Bk spoke rapidly and loudly
he,.U, .7nr Heck's loans, Sen. during h.s television program. He

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A pxanaer omiui vii-i'u, "n ....... 4 Sidu

On tne ocuaiq v..v ijucauuu uuimg
said it is "perfectly we panel interview.
for union officials to1 He criticized the committee's m-

from their unions. i""isun as a one-way street

H said he Hopes sucu iji.m.vi uiuc irac iiu spe-
re outlawed by legislation. f;c charges against .him, i.o
are ouiiawe 6 rulcs Qf evidence and no o-ppor
Akd About Record 'jnty to cross-examine witnesses
ta determine their reliability.
, rir nndev target of the cur-

CAIRO, March 18 (UP)

United Nations officials left to

day by plane for the troubled

spots of Gaza and Sharm El

Sheikh where Egyptian newspa

pers warned that "hostilities

may be resumed, at any mo
ment."

Dr. Ralph Bunche, assistant

U.N. Secretary General, and

Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, head

of the U.N. emergency forces

were flying first to Gaza and

then to the former fortress on

the Gulf of Aqaba
The U.N. announced that
the UNEF now has established
18 outposts alone the Israel' -Gaza
demarcation line as
Egyptian police and civilian
administrators took over ad administration
ministration administration duties from the
International force.
They planned to fly to sharm

El Sheikh this afternoon amid

reports that Israel will soon

send a ship through the rnilf of

Aqaba to test Egypt's reaction.

There were no Eeyp uan

troops along the straits of Tiran

where Egyptian guns once com

manded the passage. Only a unit

of U.N. Fmnish troops stands
guard.

The Egyptian government

newspaper 1 AI Gomhouria warn warned
ed warned today of impending hostili

ties and said:

7 V I fifth.
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Republican
Committee,
outrageous"

borrow money

rent investigation Dy we aen-ic
Ihor Rackets Committee, was

asked on the CBS television pro

gram, "Face the Nation,

.Tacoma. Wash., wnetner ne

increased by
He also said

9 million

the union

dol

has

me nnest wages and work-

Beck stoutly defended his

from lms,tratJOn of tne Teamsters Un-

would 1,0 sala mat under his ad-

l'-S TmiL ,.iim.. in"tration the union's assets

turn that he turn over his person-

al nnanciai recuiue u

& replied that hia action would '"d't,ons ,n the country for
. r. u. -j..; f k;. n J-s memDers.

oepena upon uie ut.c B . .

Duff (R-Pa). He said he would
confer with Duff tomorrow night.

Committee chairman John L

McClellan (D-Ark), who

the ultimatum to Beck Saturday
bas threatened to subpena .Beck's
records if he doesn't release them
Voluntarily.

would decide his attitude toward "!Iore ne .became general

a wibpena. He also deferred to i"MU years ago.
his attorneys advice when asked Me emphasized that he does not
if ne would seek Fifth Amendment now "we. tne teamsters any mon mon-protection
protection mon-protection against possible self- 'y' Bfck was asked if other
incrimination when called before Jemster officials have made
the committee. similar loans from the union. He
But he said in a loud, rapid- ""P1"" that "m my opinion, there
ire voice: f,re 8 .number of them." He said
"I have done nothing wrong." ;ler. Is question whether it is
' , J0 Practice" for the union to
Dimlt TMtimooy make loans without requiring in-
- Beck belittled the charges of Sions' s""' -W

.bling-.n. vice in Portland, Ore., "Stai
II objected o paying interest if the
roittlOt- Or Ma n!?",Executiv Board had re-

Iiivuuivi wa iiwiivuirru u.
I Beck said his wifp'. t,.i.k

prompted his trip with her to Nas-

hp has mi)H "hnn

dreds of thousands of dollars" in
leal estate and from other busi busi-less
less busi-less dealings "in no wav. shi.De

issued r form connected with union

He was questioned repeatedly
about his loans from th

e said the loans were extended
to him by the Westprn rnn....

union

"The whole world is aware
that if an -armed clash were to
take 'place again n this part
of the world this would only
be the result of Israel's at attempt
tempt attempt to insist upon imposing
some sort of international
control over Gaza and Aqaba."

Israeli Foreign Minister Golda

Meir puts before Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles today
her country's plea for strong
American action to keep Egypt
from renewing attacks on Israe Israeli
li Israeli territory and shipping.
Both arrived here yesterday
Dulles from Australia and
Mrs. Meir from Jerusalem via
Paris. A conference between

the two was expected to be ar arranged
ranged arranged early today.

Dunes entered the meeting
under bi-partisan notice from

the senate's leadership that

fcgvpt must be dealt with firmly.

Aiiomer spotlight was focuss
ed on the overall mldeast situa

tion today when two senate

committees opened (at 10 a m

EST) a "full-scale" investigation
of U.S. Middle East policies. The
first witness was C D. Jackson,

ARABS DEMONSTRATE IN GAZA -i Carrying, a "crucified effigy" of their Israeli "enemies,"
complete with Star of David and death fria'sk. Arab demonstrators march through the streets

of Gaza in a demonstration supporting Egyptian administration of the Gaza Strip. '

, v Jf

former psychological warfare

adviser to President Eisenhow Eisenhower..
er.. Eisenhower.. Dulles, returning; yesterday
from a Southeast Asia Treaty
Organization conference in
Canberra, Australia, went di directly
rectly directly nto a huddle with his

top advisers on latest develop developments
ments developments in the Middle East. Al Almost
most Almost simultaneously Mrs. Meir
arrived at Washington Na National
tional National Airport for the session
with Dulles. r

Israel Sends Test Freighter Down
Gulf Of Aquaba; US Urges Caution

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sau ana to Euron at h.

of the committee' hpirino.

I I dont apologize to anyone in
(he world thai I am looking out
for my wife's health, he said.
Talkod Te Hoffa

Beck said that

to the country he has Ulked with
the attorney for James R. Hoffa,
Teamster vice president who wit
arrested by the FBI last week on
bribery charge He was aked it

ne would "turn hi hi

Hoffa,

I am not going to turn my
,back on anyone ia the world un un-jtil
jtil un-jtil he has bis day Jn court," Beck
Mid. He said ho also intends to
(consult with Hoffa personally to

get ins side of the story.

Beck blamed the committee for
! he fact that be has remainei on
tie West Coast since returniag

mm curope- last week,
i "They dtdnt wan me," he said.
'They had other witnesses."
He said he has tried reDeatedlr

. ( get the committee to set a def def-1Z:M
1Z:M def-1Z:M p-na- Jinitc date for his appearance.

Eisenhower's Cough
Lessens Steadily
On Tropical Cruise

ABOARD THE ETSFlmnwFP

ESCORt SHIP, March 18 (UP)

resident Eisenhower planned to today
day today to watch a display of Ameri America's
ca's America's guided missile might on his

geUwell cruise in tropical waters

Mr. Eisenhower showed obvious
improvement from his lingerng
cold. His cough has been lessen lessening
ing lessening steadily and he told reporters
yesterdsTy: "I am feeling very
good."
Though Mr. Eisenhower exDect-

ed to take it easy a good part of

me aay. ne Kept in close touoh
with international developments,
particularly in the tense Middle
East. The State Department sent
him up-to-the-minute reports on
the situation.
The Chief Executive also was ex expected
pected expected to confer by closed circuit
radio wire, with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, who returned
to Washington yesterday from a;
meeting of the Southeast Asia!
Treaty powers in Australia.

Mrs. Meir told newsmen she

wants to find out what steps the

United states- will take to assure
Israel's security. She was ex expected
pected expected to press Israel's demand
for U.S. assurances that the dis disputed
puted disputed Gaza Strip will be restor

ed to full United Nations con

I Ji.nuoAjjjMu, isaraei, jviarcn i Araman warning-DacKea Dy r;gypt

(UP J Israel sends the freighter that the Gulf is closed to Israe-

Queen of Sheba down the Gulf of u shipping.
Aquaba from the Portvof Eiiat to-

day-to test Aran declarations thatl The United States was reported
the Gulf is Arab territorial waters, meanwhile to have urged Israel
The Queen of Sheba, used by the to use caution in dealing with the

Israelis to remove their troops explosive uaza situation.

and equipment from Sharm el

Prosecution; Drops-Two' Cases Cases-As
As Cases-As Adams Murder Trial Opens
' LONDON,' Mareh II (UP.The 'crown in' a stirprtse'mov
today dropped its effort to prove that Dr. John Bodkin Adami
murdered three of his wealthy patients, and decided to concent
i ISrSnIy on ,tle death of eccentric old Mrs. Edith Alice1 Morrell
Courtroom observers believed- this strengthened the defense
of the 58-year-old bachelor against charges that be turned Mrs.
Morrell into a drug addict' and killed her with an overdose of
drugs, to get a peque;t in her wifl. p- -.

D. Adams' has been charted

specifically only with the slay slaying
ing slaying of Mrs. MprreU. i
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,. But at the Dreliminarv hear'-

lng in Eastbourne at which, he
waa bound over or. trial the
crown, produced evidence on
the deaths o two more patients
Mr; and Mrs. Alfred tfullett.

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' This was done under rare rarely
ly rarely used legal dev'ce called

"system" that is to show a

similar pattern In the deaths
of t several people Implying
they met the same, end
through more than chance. ;
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In his address to the lurv of

ten men and two women as the

trial of Dr. Adams opened' in
Old Bailey today the attorney attorney-general
general attorney-general Sir Reginald Mannlng-nam-Buller
did not mention the

Hulletts.

This means evli.nce on their

deaths, within tour months of
each other in 1956 canont be

produced at this trial.

. An Important source con connected
nected connected with Dr. Adams' de

fense smiled ; broadly when

asked the significance of the
ombsion. it was obvious the
defense considers it a develop development
ment development favorable to its case. case.-At
At case.-At Eastbourne the- crown

Sheikh, is bound for the Eritrean

port of Massawa to pick up gen
eral cargo.

U. S. Ambassador Edward Law

son met Premier David Ben Gu-

non Sunday and explained the U

S. hope that Israel wilf not take

dispatch thelthe hnstim action snpppstpri in rp

trol and that Israeli snipf will i Queen of Sheba from Eilat Is-ieent statements hv Israeli nnhii.

nave ncuess iu uie uuu ui Aqa-iraeis pori ai me nonnern ena 'oi figures on tgypt return to Ga
ba and Suez Canal. the Gulf, coincided with a Saudi-'ja.

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Anolher Spa Says
Radioactivity Is V.

Affecting Babies

LONDON. March 17 fUPC Sun-

port for the theory that radio-activity
may be the cause of Chelten-

nam epidemic of very jma'J ba babiesless
biesless babiesless than 4-1-4 lbs. at birth

has come lroia Mimstrv of Health

tests at another spa, the Sunday
Pictorial reported today.
J At Bath, wnlch: like' Cheltenham
has high; proportion of still 'births
and high -uifant mortality, the Mi Ministry
nistry Ministry of Health found that the spa
waters are radio-active,' said the
Pictorial. ', .v
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It quote Bath pathologist Dr.

J, M. a. iidunro as saying: "Not
only are the spring waters radio radio-act(ve,
act(ve, radio-act(ve, but highly radio-active gas

is in me air around them." :

Dr. Munro said Bath's still-birth
rate sprang tip last year from 26 to

31.7 per .thousand. Cheltenham's

rate is 27 per thousand and the av.
erage rate for Britain 23 ner thou

sana. -

Last week the Pictorial quoted

experts as suggesting that nuclear
explosions and neighboring atomic

power plants have raised-thec al

ready considerable radio-acitlvtty

irom ineiiennanvs spa watera-and

mat mis is me cause of the re-

sort's abnormal number of tinv

babies and its high infant mortali

ty ne. t

Lsored the romance of Hullet,

wcnuiiy wiuuwer.t ana Mrs. Hul Hul-lett,
lett, Hul-lett, a wealthy widow," saw thenl'
off1 on their honeymoon and
eventually killed them both for
total bequests of a Rolls Royce"
and $4200 in cash.

aw Dr. Arthur 'Douthwaite,
one of the, world's leading au authorities
thorities authorities on narcotics,, called as
a prosecution witness at East Eastbourne,
bourne, Eastbourne, expressed doubt that
Hullett could have died directly
from an overdose of narcotics
because, according to the testi testimony
mony testimony -of a nurse,-he had a lucid
half hour shortly before he expired.-
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Dr' Douthwaite ,copferred
with, the prosecution yesterday
but it was not disclosed whether
the discussion Jed to the elim elimination
ination elimination of the Uulletts from the
present caec. :
Dr. Adams beamed In the
prisoners enc'oi-re- as he
made notes diir' the morn morning
ing morning session, which got under
wav with the usual niPH nt

British justice.' f
Judge Patrick Devlin in erev
wig with crimson robes sashed
and trimmed in black took his
seat promptly at 10:30.
Within Iff minutest Dr. Ad Adams
ams Adams had pleaded not guilty, and
the Jury had been empanelled
each swearing to consider im impartially
partially impartially ,"the -' several t issue
J olned .between our sovef eitm
lady the Queen and th nrinni

at the bar." i f

i : ; Not every sad-eyed woman has
loved and lost, She may bavt got -him,
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PATROL HAVANA STREETS A Cuban Army armored car movea" down a street in Havana
Iter a band of students rebels stormed the Presidential Palace In an attempt to assassinate
President Fulgendo Batista.' At least 40, persons were killed in the fighting. Twenty of Iht

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leaves Norfolk, Va, for Bermuda. The naval Officers, left to right, are: Admiral Jerauld
Wright, Capk Peter Aorand, aid to ttie .President, and CapL Charles T. Mauro. skipper of
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LAWYERS' PREXYCbarlee
S. Rhyne, Washington, D C,
ttorney, has been nominated
. next precident f the American
Bar Association. At 44, ba ia
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to to telephone on a Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, flrebouse, as Fire Fire-Kan
Kan Fire-Kan Robert Maniao demon demon-tratet.
tratet. demon-tratet. The old floor was
ripped out to be replaced, and
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