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WORLD ATTENTION will be
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(especially foeuved on Panama
durinr- th next fouf days of
round 'table conferences on
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rl '' Spahlsh-laoguage. press today as
the ccinference was scneauiea 10
get underway at 8 o'clock, to tonight
night tonight at the Panama -University.
The roundtabl conference,
sponsored by the : University's
summer achooljlwill be inaugu inaugu-'
' inaugu-' rated by Foreign Minister Aqul Aqul-lino
lino Aqul-lino Boyd.
Professors" and jurists from
all over the western hemi hemisphere
sphere hemisphere are expected to attend
tthe conference, at which the
status of both the Sue and )
.the Panama Canal wll be
' -Panama City -attorney Nicolas
Peres, who Js said to have new
evidence in connection with th
Jan. 2, 1955, assassination of
President Jose A. Remon, com complained
plained complained today that strange
faces' have been patrolling1 outr
side his house during the last
few days. ,- "
' In a letter td El Dia, Pere
said last week seven unldenti.
fied .persons pelted his house
. with empty bottles, He' eald
1 that at present he is being fol followed
lowed followed ni&htly by a strange au-
tomobil and in practically
prisoner in his home after
'til t)i Jilso reported that the
washinsr machines 91 we sanio
1.' -ATomas Hospital, are,badly, JO
r need of repairs, ;.f
O: 1 A meeting has l3e scheduled t
; 'liijufm.i "Setuonvot J the
)rsideiicia.tfl discuss the en-f
& lorcement or reguiauos raxu-
U' C inr tn recording of commercial
' announcements in foreign coun countries
tries countries tor use over Panam radio,
.- The meeting will be attended
- by radio station owners and rep-
. T resentatives of the radio an an-"
" an-" nouncers and the local advertii advertii-ing
ing advertii-ing agencies. ', v.
11 Toeumen airport admlnls
i' trator Anirel Vega Mendes n n-formed'
formed' n-formed' La. Hora today that.
' the airport was not in danrer
f an explosion from a orusn
. fire as reported last week,
Vega Mendel explained that
the burning l the brush in the
'., vicinity of the airport is an an annual
nual annual practice and is carried out
- under sthe supervision of the
. Fir Department, i"
A proposal to recommend' to
the National Assembly the ellm ellm-inatlon
inatlon ellm-inatlon of some municipalities
. "will be submitted to the next
7 National congress of, Mayors, El
Dia predicted today.
.7 The Congress is scheduled to
the held shortly irf ..the-.4, city ,'of
Santiago, Verdguas. .t
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7 The location ef a proposed new
activities building for Balboa Jun Junior
ior Junior High School and Canal Zone
Junior College will be one ef
1 four major topics n the agenda
for discussion t Wednesdays U.
6. community conference. t
v The proposed new building will
'serve s an EOTC armory and as
r to auditorium.
Residents of the communities
re invited to attend the March
i conference which will start at
. 4:30 p... in the Diablo Service Ceo-
Leading the discussions will be
' Gov. Potter and the presidents of
inc civic tounciu. .
Other items op for discussion at
this month s conference include
the paving of basements of off-
ground quarters in Ancon. Balboa,
bamooa ana oatun; a loiiow up
. eo the proposed playground in Aa Aaron's
ron's Aaron's "Fish Bowl" area; and a re
quest for school cafeterias at Mar Margarita
garita Margarita and Balboa. .
Ft. Clayton Maid
A fine ef t!9 and a stretch of
five dayl in j I was meed out
bi Balboa Msc 'ritt's Court to today
day today to a Ft. Ca'v'.in mail, Celia
Aura Salado. to. Far.man.n.
She was convicted of stealing a
blouse worth 15. as well a other
cioinir.j mo iooa oi a lota vsluej
Tvictim of the ptty theft
uua ra. &u7tr ( tiuarters
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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Two palrar of shorts wave In the
breeze' from the Marco Pola as she liet in palboa Yacht Club
moorings She left with 4ver two-man crew yesterday headed,
for Galapagos,; Tahiti, the .-Pacific -Islands n(I,jiont W,
i Auckland. New Zealand, . -'. ',,' ft
Oh 7 Egypt s;Qym
1 CAIRO,' Iarch t5 (UP U Jf. Secretary-General" Dag- Ham Ham-marskjold's
marskjold's Ham-marskjold's mission: neared. Us end today witht'evey Indication
Egypt was holding Jirm on aU Tnajor issues in the Middle ask
dispute, f r vj
v Hammarskjold interrupted his talks today, for a first hand
look at the Sues Canal salvage operations but scheduled a meet.
Ing later with President Gamal Abdel Iasser t may be their
last meetins;.. '' .-.'"' v1
It already was clear that Egypt Is reopening the Sues Canal
on Its own terms and standing by. its reluctance to make at pub pub-He
He pub-He commitment' on 'the future of U.N. Emergency Force troops
p Egypt nntif Israel does ao toe
'The-semi-official Middle Ea s t
News Agency reported the Ham-
marskjold-Nasser i.i,M;auea w
nf views and under
standing on the possibility of reach..!
ing a solution.'? over the canal's fu-
- the agency reported last mgnt
that Hammarskjold and Nasser
had reached "agreement." c .-.
. .-. But tills was toned down after a
U.N. spokesman promptly replied
that Hammarskjold did not come
here to negotiate "agreement.",
' U.N. sources pointed out that
Hammarskjold himself has no pow power
er power to conclude any agreement but
is trying to bring both sides closer
Egypt is expected" to open the
Canal under its own plan whether
or not Western, users agree,
"The 'mam Issue Is whether t t-fypt
fypt t-fypt will collect all the tolls. The
Western users want half the telU
t be paid Me the World Bank.
Bt-gpypt says they must all
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The second major Issue he fu future
ture future of the U.N. Emergency Force
apparently had reached a stale-
Informed sources said Egypt Is
willing to cooperate with the UN UN-EF
EF UN-EF but is not willing to make any
public promises about its future un
Israel accepU UNEFF uniU on
its side of the truce line.
Israel has maintained that at will
not accept UNEF troops on it ter
ritory. ; ;
Being found asleep in somebody
else's car parked under Quarters
915-X. La Boca, ended in a (5
fine when Clifton Syprel Mitlee,
28, Paramanian, fared the Balboa
Magistrate today. The charge was
Vagrant Dennis Lloyd Wilson,
3c Jamaican, was sent to jail for
fiv ifiv fir be.ns fo'md ui An
con without legiUmate business.
"Let the people hnow the truth and the
Around the World
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JERUSALEM, March 25 (UP)
Informed sources said today
vji. secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold would not be in
vited to Israel because Israeli
government : leaders believe his
Middle East mission already has
enaea u isuure.
The sources said .U.N. officials
also were pessimistic after Ham
marskjold's lengthy discussions
with Egyptian President Gamal
Abdel Nasser in Cairo. ' -According
to the sources. Nas
ser refused to end the state of
war with Israel. He also refused
to allow UJ4. emergency troops
to remain in the Geza Strip
unless Israel granted similar
privileges in the El Auja demili demilitarized
tarized demilitarized zone, they s aid.
Nasser was equally tmcomoro-
"J! S ,&!":
they added, leaving the West the
alternatives of accepting the
Egyptian plan or boycotting the
Intcrnailoncllzcllon Of PanCanal J
Proposed DyCcp. James Roosevelt
CHICAGO. March U fCP) James Koesevelf (D-Callf.)
last night made tentative proposal that the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal be plaee4 nnder International control.
"The time has rmnt te Insist en the tatematlenaniatioa
ef tbe Sees Canal, Retevett said. He said the Panama
Canal shoald be included in the process, if be, torave
this country's good faith hi international affair and back
p an American proposal at the Pettam Conferem-e in IMS
fog the interallied! operation ef all suali 4 stern ays."
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY,
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FIRST BUILD YOUR BOAT Tony Armlt (left) Is a do-it-yourself
sailor. He built his own 28' ketch' Marco Polo, In
which he and Tig Loe (right) have been sailing around the
world for the past two and a half years.
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Quit Balboa On Last Leg
Story and Photos
By JtfAN BAILIl
A,' slim trim blue ketch took, off
from .Balboa' Tfacnt Club- yester-
1 Jieaded Jot,-New
u 44 It I oi two
a jaunt .round We
and-a half year
world, when U two-man-; crew,-
Tonv Armlt and XU we., xeacn
their borne in Auckland- sometime
in Sontember they will be able to
boast that tney went around -the
world on 90,-
That Is approximately sne a a-mount
mount a-mount they had when they left
r Auckland July 1, '54. Tony Ar.
mit, a young giant with snaggy
blonde hair, who was dressed in
swim trunks and a patchwork
shirt that a girt in Brisbane had
made for him, whan interviewed
shortly before sailing, said he
bollt the 21' ketch himsolC It
task dim two voars. ...-
On ita eomnletion he decided to
nrnve. its seswonnuises oi
mg this trip,' ana ne rauKcu w
convince ma rriena iig wi
post really would noia rogemer,
From. Auckland Jhey sailed .to
Norfolk Island; Lord .Howe Island
and Kvrtniv; Australia.'
, in Sydney Hhey spent.,, their 590
stske, so tney, sauea up w .or .or-bane,
bane, .or-bane, tied up tbeirhoat, and found
jobs on a wneai iarm m'wi
Aft.r th-v had' replenished the kit
ty, they bought stores, and set off
again.. . m '-. ;
. They kailad up te the Barrier
Reef, stopped at Cairns -end
Thursday Island, than rounded
Torres Strait to Tlmor From
Timer rhoy cruised to Christmas
; Islands, than I to-- Rodriguoi, te
MaurHes, Reunion end .te Dur.
bah, South Africa:! r- .' .'-In
In .'-In Din-ban. they left the b e a.t,
and hitchhiked to Kruger Pars: to
take a look at the lions, meir
innKbon of .the bons and otner
animals completed, they -returned
to tin boat, and tok rtf for Pt.
ElizsbeUi, Siraonstiwn, capeww.
St. Helena and. Ascension.
Then they hrtded f..r tfie a:eai-
tefranean, but halfway, across,
rhansed theer minds and their
course, and sailed for Barbados.
They crvised sround the West In Indies,
dies, Indies, visited Haiti, Nassau in the
Bahamas and finally reacneo Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. . 7 ;.
Out of funds agsm, tney toos
what seems to them an ooywus
step. Tney left the tmsi in juami
and hitcnnised Clear. inougn ui
United States te Canada. Of tneir
trip through Uie Mates tney nao
little to say except mat everyone
was most fnenaiy ana mat new
York was toe full of people.
in Canada they botfc town
ert e (arm outside Toronto. Toronto.-Thio
Thio Toronto.-Thio tlmi they wairtod to ear)
enough money te refit the "Mar
country Is safe1 W. ibraham Lincoln,
MARCH 25, 1957
ee Polo' as well as buy.' provi provisions,
sions, provisions, so thay stsjyed several
months.'' When they had Yeached
tholr ,'obiactiv they wore fortu",
nata in finctintf a ..neat owner
.Miami, te they sailed back down
and "were paid for t toe., v
They (overhauled the Marco Pole
in, Miami before setting out for
Nassau. "From Nassau they went
to Jamaica, and 'from Jamaica to
Urisobal. They spent two snd a
half weeks in' Cristobal before
coming through the Canal
Their trip ..through the Canal
tney regard as tne financial coup
of the journey. It cost them only
$6.00 and they had the services of
pilot J. Finley Meier, whom they
described as a. "wonderful chap
ail tne way uirougn,''
Naithor ef those two laughing,
laconic adventurers have any V
dea .what thay will do when they
reach New Zealand. Before leav leaving
ing leaving their homos, Tony was, an
accountant and Tig a 'ili'itp
farmer, but neither feel that
they want te return to these oc oc-cuoationi.
cuoationi. oc-cuoationi. -
' Neither would say which of, the
many -"countries .they, had visited
impressed them most.
"People, are. the same every
where,"' said Tig. Then he added,
"I think I like Die small islands
best! There aren t so -many people
there.'': So I guess that takes care-
of us. . j
However a quiet friendliness
belies these- words, and it is reas
suring to see a certain shyness in
these young men, who have every
right to be bursting with self con
After all it is not everyone who
builds himself aboat.snd ; sails
sround the world in it Nor is it
everyone who .would sail around
the world in a boat built by his
buddy, in his spsre time.
Ancon Woman Still
In Serious State
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The' condition of Mrs. Nellie
Hyde, who was seriously burned
at her Ancon home week before
lasb. Is reported somewhat bet better
ter better today at Gore as Hospital.
; Her nightgown caught fire
when 'she struck a match. Not
realizing how seriously she was
burned, Mrs.' Hyde did not call
the hospital for some hours.
PJA Seeking f
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Plan Calls Fot
Pan American World Airways Is
filing a bref with the-VS. Civil
Aeronautics Board urging estab estab-luamcnt
luamcnt estab-luamcnt ef a mid-Atlantic air
reufe which would save as much
ss 1.40b miles for many Latin A A-mencea
mencea A-mencea passengers flying t Eu Europe.
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Tbe plan calls for transatlantic
Eight beginning at Toeumen Air Airport
port Airport and from Miami, with all
flight tunneling through San Juan
before beginning the transoceaa
bop te the Azores, Lisbon, lia lia-jdnd
jdnd lia-jdnd and Rome.
Two round trt would be
i perated veoklv trees
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Lodge 14 of the "American
Federation ef Government
Employes has-voted : to give
firm support to the clause in
pending treaty' le g i station
which would bring; honfcUS-ci-tizen
employes of the -' Canal
under Civil Service RetlrBr
This new move marks a
change In the lodge's position.
Previously it has said it would
back, legislation for a retirement
jaw oia similar- nature, i.e.
contributory plan with similar
benefits. n .' ,'s ;:'
Heretofore, however, the un union
ion union has taken the position that
since the retirement law was ori originally
ginally originally written for United states
citizens, with the expectation it
would be. administered' almost
wholly in Jthe United States,
some safeguards for. the United
States should be thrown around
it if it were to be applied over overseas
seas overseas to large groups of non-citi
zens. ,. ... .........
The union s position renecieu
the views of certain senators
and "! rrniffi-PMrnKti' who have
pointed out that in some Moslem
countries a rami mny iuxvb
wives. All-four have been known
to claim survivorship,, benefits
under Ue UJ5. Civil service Re Retirement
tirement Retirement Law, 7v 77 '-i7
It is feeHeved that Looge i
atep tt. rive full'eupawt .'for,
the "blanketing ta" el non-
US-dtlijens here mv reflect
chanir' ef yieerpemv. among
in retail tft Panama, ,
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president KufUi .M.: .Loveiaay
said today,, it was recognized
thai whiij the change will cost
the, Company-Government heav heavily
ily heavily when it is first applied ih
thi lomr run K will reduce tne
rnst tn ttenal agencies.
Seme 151 to 208 employes are
expected to retire as soon as ui-
vli service reuremew,
4 There are now seme 40o
retired men. and women on
the Cash Disability Relief
rolls. The Canal pays the
entire cost, which rune to
more than $100,000 per
The A FOB lodge will prob probably
ably probably send a representative to
Washington to testify when the
retirement and single wage
..miinni.n-i ii n for hearings.
Tr,vladv recalled today that
when the treaty itself was up
for ratification In the Senate
it was ratified with a comment
a tha effect that: 'This com-
miit. rreatlv concerned
that this treaty will not ad adversely
versely adversely affect snw U. S. citizen
That, a foe lodee wants to
be sure that, if the legislation
does not carry a clause on this
principle, the committee report
on the legislation does so.
In other words, the lode
wants the principle f'rmly
stated ss the intention of the
LoxJlady also noted that,
as he nnderstanda it, the
treaty legislation proposes te
exempt all agencies en the
Zone from the Classification
Act of .7.
That means, he believes, that
the rates of pay of the, so call call-ed
ed call-ed "classified" employes would
not be fixed by the Congress,
but by the heads of the' agen agencies
cies agencies affected.
The AFGE lodge la concerned
to make sure that the legisla legislation
tion legislation will guarantee that all
emnloves who except for the
legislation would be subject to
the Act will not receive any
less pay than they would were
they subject to Its'
Vew Servce From Latin America To Europe;
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Flights Beginning Here Ending At Rome
and two edditional round Hps
from Miami, living all areas
a fear-timee-weakty service
thor by diroct ono-plane service
er by merf inn schodwiea a San
At Rome tbe route would merge
with ether PAA routes' extending
around tne world and te Northern
. Tbe .a if lino estimated it would
earrv about 14.000 saasensers d ur
ine its first year ef operaben, ef
a total resent movement of more
thae 70.00C passengers over the
ai)d-Uatic air route.
Pan Amorieaa'a hnai -milmd ra.iraHn
For Canal Zone
James P. Mitchell testified before Senators today that the
Departments of Defense, State and Labor agree that focal J
employes of U.S. concerns in Panama should be exempt-
ed from the minimum wage provisions of the National 7
Fair Labor Standards Act. T l't ? V.";
(The goyernment of Panama last week declared 1?- j
self in favor of the application of the $l-cn-hour Fedtl;
minimum wage law to the Canal Zone). fi ..
Mitchell testified as the Senate Labor subcommittee, 7
headed .by Democratic Sen. Jphn Kennedy, held hearings
oh a bilj to broaden the coverage of the minimum wage :
iutt, wiiiit cAviiipuny uiiuiiiu, vjuuiii una. American
moo from its provisions.
The minimum wage in Pana
ma,; (JKiam, -and American Sa Sa-moa,
moa, Sa-moa, i under the Administration,
proposal, would be determined,
by -industry, committees as is1
done in Puerto Rico,
, Wagea, therefore, would yary
from industry to industry, as
determ'ned by the individual
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, tia canaj is opposed', to tne
exemption, clause in this' bill. It
feels that the Canal Zone should
be exempted,' but by a separate
bill which would kiake provision
for. wages to be determined- by
the government rather thai, by
an industry committeej.
The one exception to- the ex exemptions
emptions exemptions proposed by the 1 ad administration
ministration administration would be in the
case of Philippine nationals em employed
ployed employed on Guam. The adminis administration
tration administration wants the minimum
wage provisions applied to those
Jhere was little testimony
ay on the administration
view. No opposition has been
heard as yet.
The early portion of the hear
ings is -being devoted to a gen
eral discussion of the broadened
coverage provided in the bill for
Industries within the United
It is expected that later hearer him: J"..
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the requested exemp-
Potter Cets Back,
Schull takes Off
Gov. W. E, Potter returned to
the Isthmus by piane yesterday
morning after spending the past
few days in Wasnington.t C.
where he attended the hearings of
the House of Representatives com
mittee on appropriations.
He was' accompanied by Philip
L. steers, Jr.y comptroller, ana
LeRoy B. Msgnuson, chief of the
Budget Branch, who will return
to the Canal. Zone Wdnesday
Lt. Jov. H. W. Schull, Jrjleft
by plane aerly this morning for
Washington, D C. and New York
City on an official business trip.
It is expected that he will re
turn to the Canal Zone early next
week. -1 :
ports published by tbe Spardsh'ajed factories and in .developing
government showing 53 per cent
growth in Madrid-United States
traffic in the first five months .of
1956 compared with 1955 -
The brie pointed out that tbe
mid-Atlantic rente etrenoly
supported by the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rice, for. which it
wovld provide eoroiy naadad ece ece-iwnk
iwnk ece-iwnk bonafita and by Spain.
Thore has boon local aupport in
Florida and elsewhere.
Tfcia direct air service te Eu -
rope would greatly assist the
monirealtb of Puerto Rico in at-
25 (UP) Labor Secretary i
Pole Puts CZ
v An energetic looking
Pole who threw a Canal
bus Into a repeated uproar lust
before midnight last Wednesday
was convicted In Balboa. Maeis-
trate's Court today of battery.
on one of the passengers.',' 'k-:-Seaman
Wieczslaw Mista; 26
was housed in the Corozal Qu4r Qu4r-antlne,
antlne, Qu4r-antlne, Station until the night of
the fracas. He was domiciled at
Oorgas ., HospitsU. -untile thla
morning. As of. noon today,
was housed in Balboa' jail for
want of money to pay a $2$ fine.
- Policeman James Marchuck
translated from Polish when
necessary, though Mlsta said he
understood most of the testimo testimony
ny testimony against Mm.--;;,. -"
' Witnesses saU Mlstis board-
f ed the bus at Ancon and began:
making passes at a girl ps
senger, passing notes around
and offering te fight the Men:
At Corozal, a Paraiso passen
. Mista announced loudly 4hat
, n.osi nt "nyieft rtf trrdwn
B TV cu iiwv -vat w a ivuu
and-so soldiers" be was a sea
The paraiso passenger reprov reproved
ed reproved him, taking up for the sol soldiers
diers soldiers and saying, "They're, tnen
Just like we are."
After interfering -with ?ihe
bus-checker, Mlsta singled out
another man whom he finally
persuaded to fight in Paraiso
Later Mista was taken te
1 Gorges nnconscious. He tuae a
swelled Up, and shewed ; evi evidence
dence evidence wf a head blow. He d. d
. net regain censciousnesa fee
' ever two days The ether nUn
had a black eye and an ahra ahra-aien
aien ahra-aien er two. v 7- ZZ:
Drivinc an automobile en Mad
den Road while intoxicated netted,
a $100 fine and a 10-day suspend-.
ed jail sentence for Wlodzimiers
Emanuel Soltys, 20, an American
serving with the Army.
The offense occurred at U.M
p.m. Wednesday. .
It also pointed out that beeaota
of the cultural affinity between
tbe Caribbean basin and Soulier 1
Europe, a transatlantic route a
San Juan would not involve try
of the problems of language cr
ether differences' which may tr-i-ble
the Latin American, tn c
necting in New York.
Paa American alae pe-tnted e
the proposed rout wom'k! mate
notahlf contribution to hfm:
ic defense, suiee Puerto r.
Com-iminates Atlantic aeces r
aama Canal and tbe Car.ttea2
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MONDAY, MARCH 25, 195?
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' ; DRIVING IN PANAMA
Read an article In one of the 'local rags Indicating that a
large majority ot gringos reiuse to drive tnelr cars Into Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The item, a sprightly piflce, ha"ci much merit .but did,
net, I think, get to the real neart of tne- matter.
It cited a number of good reasons lor the reluctance of
Jftrtn Americans to cope with vehicular problems on theother
side of the line the ease with which one can get lost, -the
appalling traffic messes on the narrow streets, prance-happy
pedestrians, death-dealing chivas and the "una via" hazards,
not to mention language difficulties.
I I believe that all these real or Imaginary menaces eant
hold a candle to the most obvious danger
If you park your car in Panama you're likely to be stolen
blind. Vandals rip open dashboard compartments. Thieves
Swipe hub caps, removable ash trays, cigarette lighters or any any-thing
thing any-thing else easily detachable. If you are foolish enough to lock
your jalopy. there's a good 'likelihood of having a broken win window
dow window to add to your other losses.
Females stopping for red lights In the heart of the city
have had their purses snatched from the seat beside them, is
It any wonder we'd rather park our heaps in the Zone and
make forays into Panama on shank's mare. Polite policemen
are not enough. Ancon Caf parkw
During Frankie Lymon's appearance here In Panam "e
4v,in- pviripnt- the nccomtanlment was lousy and his mi-
-rthnin,,n left, much
gbst of it was ear-splitting Instead of tertatalng.
7i I have been hearing vague rumors that Ella Fitzgerald is
flile to come to Panama for a series of local performances. Let s
fope that the sponsors, whoever iney arc """"JZ
ttanist-slnger Oscar Peterson and the trio which has i been
(wring the U.S. with Ella. If- they don't, they will certainly
ar her performances just as they did Frankie Lymons
Frankie has a limited repertoire, but Miss Fitzgerald's in-
eude both bop, swing, jazz and its rock v rail onsprmg, wiw
She probably has been singing before Frankie Lymon was born
If her accompaniment is not played by musicians who have a
Slid jazz background, It will be a sad day for Ella Fitzgerald
; Let's hope Ella really comes to Panama and when she
comes, she will be accompanied by an outstanding group of jazz
Musicians. 0 phe
i i. l .pMiinnaD
J Whether the .Department of JPuMJe
Health of Panama cannot hire a
S i ,ttvi nil nr what
I, CO W Uv OM V w w
Panama Is making a bid for tourists with advertisements
::,JT ..Am.Honn standards of sanitation." but something has
jpne blooey on the control somewhere. v.n. in
Tr Hotel El Panama and many modern apartment houses in
Bella Vista were built without screens because the mosquito
DToblem was whipped until recently.
ToSLtl on the sixth floor of that hotel are complalnlng to
their friends that If they are forced to pay $19 a night (single)
for bed to sleep In they don't think they should have to spend
the night iignung moso.uiwes. mj w Vo
ilerk. but they tell their friends In other capitals, and they tell
'fButidefrom the tourists, why not some mosquito con con-irol
irol con-irol for the inhablUnts? Are these mosquitoes a legacy from
the last administration? I suspect so.
Anyway, Vm bitten, and burned up.
;i I see that the Panama government Is anxious for the US
ttlntaunvwage of $1 an. hour to be paid in the Canal Zone
SiHeenu reasonable, this day. and age. Nobody would
exoect a human being to earrf less.
' But does the Panama Government pay Its employes $1 per
hour minimum? I- have heard that sometimes .they don t even
get paid the pittance they earn on time.
, As lor Panama businessmen, many of them seem to take
: oride in paying as little as possible. The medieval "sweat
ghoo" would be duplicated In Panama except that the natural
lethargv of the peoole prevents them from sweating too much.
Justice should begin at home. If Panama wants to make
case of this minimum wage, she must first Impose It on her herself
self herself Then the Canal Zone will listen and respect her wants.
, 'This discrimination against North Americans Is unbecoming
In a country which is so quick to offer lip-service: Show US
,good example and It will be followed, I'm sure.
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By VICTOR REISEL
Say this for the Teamsters: thnv
do better by their ex-presidents
than does the United States nf
Up on The Hill, Congress has
oeen squaooiing about voting a
$25,000 a year pension and a few
sienograpners ior sucn men as
Herbert Hoover and Harry S. Tru
man: ; ,
But when the Teamsters Broth-
erhood retire a chief, they do it in
style $50,000 a year and UBliniit UBliniit-ed
ed UBliniit-ed expenses, for himself and his
wife, for life. Also all homes, tra
veling expenses and "all secretar
lal help and services" which the
man deems, necessary, r
This i a blue enlp- constitution
the Tea Ai stars have. The U. Sk
Canstitutioa has enly a BUI of
Rights. The .Ttamttars' says
that its retired preiident ha the
right to turn in any bill ho rolls
up anywhere for anything while
working or "retting."
This was the deal Dave Seek
made with old Dan Tobin when
the Teamos were having a hard
time convincing the bull-voiced oc
togenarian to retire In 1952.
Old Dan knew his union breth
ren well and in a convention hotel
room roared that he trusted all
dedicated to the men behind the
wheels but would they please
write it into the Teamsters's Con Constitution
stitution Constitution or he was going back to
leading his people. They wrote it
in specifically for him and, pre
sumably, those to loliow. Dave
There has always been this pas passionate
sionate passionate attachment and personal
identification between the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' treasury and the Teamsters'
presidents. So it comes as no sur surprise
prise surprise to hear Dave Beck say that
he simply borrowed several hun hundred
dred hundred thousand dollars free of in interest
terest interest from the union's kitty.
There was one moment in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, for example, when Beck re refused
fused refused to face an irate gathering of
Teamster chiefs who were set to
fight him on some issue. He dis
patched word through his friend,
Nate Shefferman, to the rest of
the Teamsters' high council that
he was going to fly hpme to beat beat-tie
tie beat-tie because his wife was not well.
But that was not all. He want,
ed the union officials to push
through a resolution pledging the
full support of the Teamsters'
resources end treasury to him
end his wife at this moment of
personal crisis. The emissary
Ws told that there ust happen happened
ed happened to be a slight matter of seme
$35,000,000 in the kitty. Dave said
the hell with it.
He had served his Teamsters
well, he shouted., and he wanted
.that resolution jassd; Jjt didn't go
through. AndBeck flaw; back to
Seattle, dependent only on gis own
These are not Inconsiderable.
That's what's surprising; about
Beck's unsecured borrowing from
hs unions. He just didn't need to
save the $10,000 or $12,000 in inter interest
est interest charees. His own financial ac
tivities are so intricate that he
once set up something called the
"B and B investment Co." This
gathers the money made by all
other Beck ventures including
most of his union salary. It is
utrirtlv a oersonal. unincorporated
outfit established on the advice of
his income tax experts, who are
many and who have much to keep
them busy especially these days.
Much has been written about
Reek's real estate companies
mnrtsaees on the homes of the
husky men who live in a cluster
around bis own nome, ana ms nau
Street transactions. Typical ot
these are his Alaskan ventures
which do over $1,000,000 worth of
business in that Territory atone.
&a the seems to be no sense
in borrowing from the unions. But
Beck never really maxes senseiesa
moves. Somewhere there's a might
y startling story in all this.
Some of tne atonarars wi mm
select committee want to knew,
for example, hew long It took
between the time Beck borrow borrowed
ed borrowed the several hundred thousand
dollars and the time he repaid
the money. They're asking, who
really owns the reel estate for
which the borrowed union mon money
ey money paid.
Did the union own the gilt par-
imnna these chunks of
land had lost their value? Would
Beck have lost it personauy or
would the union have been taking
the cut? If Beck had the money
in. ..turn the loans in an emergen
cy, why did he borrow the dough?
If not, wasn't he jeopardising
heavy union dues money?
All this the Senate committee
probing and will reveal even if
Beck takes the fifth and refuses
to come up-with his records. The,
committee has his personal In
come tax returns. Ana wun mow
you can't argue.
NICE -ICE" Looking hard to
find a flaw that doesn't exist,
model Edna Rae examines one
of the world's largest perfect
diamonds, lust un veiled ta New
York City. So far nameless, the
130-carat, blue-white stone is
valued et more than two anil anil-lion
lion anil-lion dollars.
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THB BROADWAY UNI
Lana Turner and her mother-In
law had a long heart-to-heart talk
at the star's suite in the St. Re Regis
gis Regis before she flew to Uruguay.
Lex Baker s mother tried hard to
get Lana to forget the divorce.
She will file any week ... May is issue
sue issue of Screen Stars mag reports
Lana and Lex are sooo happy
Kim Novak's friends can't budge
her, either. Regarding John Ire
land, bhe'd elope witn him tonight,
she confided to pals, if he could
legally co-operate ... They keep
hinting that Barbara Hutton will
divide from husband Baron; von
Cramm, who is barred from the
U.S.. .But the zillion-heiress shrugs
off the matter ...Internal Revenue
offices in the 48 States received
special notice last week to audit
all expenses on tx. return. Both
for corporations t n a : personal.
One tax exec says "a lot of peo
ole make a good living just from
T and E" ... Meaning: "Travel
and Expenses" ... Judy Holliday's
big hit. "Bells Are Ringing," is al
ready celebrating New Yea r's.
Tickets are being sold now tor as-
Helen Hayes is the proudest
mother in show -biz. Her son's i i-nitlal
nitlal i-nitlal starring film, "The Young
Stranger." will be given a special
premiere at the Guild Theatre A A-pril
pril A-pril 7 ...-Helen will fling a gala
for him that night LiDDy hoi hoi-man
man hoi-man and Monty Clift are back in
town (spotted at Romeo Salta's)
with the most enviable tans.
Theirs is the most novel pal-ship.
It has lasted longer than many
movie mereers ... Cadillac is said
to be making the swankiest car
ever built. The plan is to Keep is
exclusive by holding production of
the model down to 1,000 cars a
year?-The price: $l3,000...The le legend
gend legend continues: "Just because
you have money doesn't mean
you can buy one. You must not
clash wun us eiasss" ... carrou
Baker, the "Baby Doll" prize, was
fired by MGM when she was Car Carrol
rol Carrol Kelly v
Her Serene Highness never for-
seta a friend. Because Howell Co-
rant (her favorite photographer)
didn't abuse the privilege, she
cabled him to come to Mona Monaco
co Monaco and shoot the oalace. the baby.
the Prince and herself fof future
magazine essays. This will mean
a young fortune to Conant...Amaz-
ins .about blind pianist ueorge
Shearing. Talk 'about overcoming
a handicap his annual income
ndw is over $250,000 ...Chex Vlto's
violins, singers snd atmosphere
(via the dimmest ugnts ot auj
have made the popular proprietor
so crosoerous his Westchester
branch will debut April l7...Errol
Flynn had to be calmed down at
El Morocco when- a pest made a
crack. Flynn wanted to fight but
both side talked him back to his
pew Elaine Stritcr, featured
in James Barton's new play. "The
Sin of Pat Muldoon," was cheered
for her emoting st the Boston pre premiere.
miere. premiere. Success for Jason Robardsw Jr.
(he's a big hit in O'Neill's "Long
Day's Journey late Night")
meant moving from a 9th Avenue
cold-water flat (last week) to an
elegant apartment at 9th Street
and Fifth Avenue Mona Barry,
former wife of M, Berle's brother.
will next wed L Stark Cuban
sugar monarch Jorge Sanches is
very ill again t St. Francis Hos-
Jiial, Miami Beach...In bis prime
orgs circulated more $100 tips te
waiters aad chorines than other
Big Spenders -. Bad Taste Dept:
There is a "Mad Bomber Man Man-bo"
bo" Man-bo" making the Tin .Pan Alley
rounds looking for a publisher,
which is not likely .-Young Cant
Gaither's luck has finally ching-'
ed. His last g play offering folded ij
last tat great losses) but bis bov bov-eL
eL bov-eL "1.001 Avenues of Love," has
a bid. of $150,000 for screen rights
... Newest rage: Hot-da wgs steam steamed
ed steamed in beer aid smothered ia s berry-flavored
Substitute for a Surgeon"
Canttnflas (Mexico's great come. run. (Oh, those residuals! ).,.Wild ).,.Wild-dlan)
dlan) ).,.Wild-dlan) doesn't have to worry a-1 root Company bought the ', new
uviu wueic ms next tamaie is
coming from. He is one of the hef
tiest backers of M. Todd's mint,
"Around the World in 80 Days,"
in which he also co-stars ... Most
attractive eyefuls at Elmer's:
Lois O'Brien (the Grace Kelly
type) and Chicago's arift to The
Big Burg: Sheila Jackson, teevee
moaei. me new U.S.' Steel pro program
gram program hasn't decided yet on the
gal who gets the big blum Sheila
or Hildy Parks ... George Wood,
tne wm. Morris Agency exec, will
be tried on serious charges bv the
Top Cloom Command. He helped
jouna tne dooms out he won t
leave other guys' dooms alone.
So he must stand trial. Plaintiff
is John Peront, landlord Of El Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco k.. The windows of the India
Tourist Offices show a iunele and
a leopard ready to lean with bar-
ea tangs, ine sign says: "India
welcomes You." ('Bye!)
NBC's. legal denartment makes
the "Tonight producers warn
owners of night clubs (to be photo photographed)
graphed) photographed) to alert all patrons of
that fact. At least 30 minutes in
advance. To give people (who may
be embarrased by the TV expo
sure! a cnance to ee...Some mu
sic publishers have ditties in
praise of quizard Chas. Van Dor Dor-en.
en. Dor-en. All rejected ... Lionel Hamp
ton s 3 week tour of Australia
(starting April ll) is already sold
out. Stars gladly accept bookings
in the far-away places because the
unusual big money is the only
way they can pay the taxes here.
Henry Fonda, the bridegroom.
was paid a 6-figure chunk for act
ing in "Stage struck." He also
owns 50 p. c. of "12 Angry Men"
... Lew Parker was asked to leave
the Stage Delicatessen because he
was drinking too many celery to tonics.
"The .Wall-to-Wall Trap" which
Simon and Schuster unveil on the
29th is an expose novel about mo movie
vie movie publicists in N.Y. ... Bobbin
Hood's new hit platter ef "Don't
Promise Me" is actually the fam famous
ous famous Can- Can song with lyrics ...
George De Witt's first album is in
the shops: "Name That Tune"
Teevee has been a life-saver for
some film players. Dan Duryea's
video series, "China Smith,'1 for
instance. It Is now in its 8th re-
teevee film series based on N.Y.
Confidential," the book co-auth'd
by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer.
They start in the Fall over CBS...
princess Margaret's new late
show routine for parties: Calypso
recording sessions until the wee
hours at Clarence House. Hot beat
and cold sandwiches ... Betty
Bond, ex-Keith Circuit headliner
(2-a-Day), is a staffer at "Tailor-1
ed Woman," the swank 57th and
5th-shop ... The "Happy Hunting"
stars (Merman and Lamas) are
Lily Dache says the report that
she will neglect the millinery
profession for Lucien Lelong ner-
fumes is baseless. She"WiiJ cortl
unue wun both Pearl Bailey
withdrew hen application for an
apartment in Whltestone (Queens).
Voluntary change of mind .J
iuuvie acior singer -jonn warrou
is in town with John Auer, his di
rector on "Johnny Trouble." Car
roll's first independent production.
At Hampshire House ... Warren
Phillips, the Wall St. Junnel's new
managing editor, is 30 years young
. i red Travis, whose pater is a
Canadian paper millionaire, has
gone daffy over Hawaiian Room
dancer Leinat ... The Viennese
Lantern, a popular upotwn night
place, must pay the tax dept. $36,-
000 in taxes the management neg
lected to get from bar patrons,
woo could see the floor show .
One of the leading jazz nighting-
ais nas tne most unuxeiy name:
Blossom Dearie ... Recording ex experts
perts experts are agog over the latest list
of "Top Fifteen." For the first
time in soong history, they say,
not one girl star made it.
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WASHINGTON If you know
know the full inside story of the
hectic negotiations by which Israel
agreed to withdraw from the ua
za strip and the gulf of Aqaba, you
can't escape the conclusion that
I his little country has been given
one or the biggest double-crosses
of modern diplomacy.
rms may seem an extreme state
ment but here is the hitherto un
published record: -
Around the middle of last month
the Eisenhower administration was
worried sick over the position In
which it found itself regarding the
pending UN vote for sanctions a-
gainst Israel. -It
was so worried that the first
thing Secretary Dulles did when
Premier Guy Mollet of France ar arrived
rived arrived in Washington was to ask. his
help solving the UN-Israeli impas impasse.
se. impasse. If there ever was a time when
the United States needs the good
offices of France it's now,", Dulles
said in effect.
During the first three hours of
the French-American meetings this
was about all the State Depart
ment ceonle talked about. Dulles
couldn't get Israel and the UN off
The reason was easy to under
stand. The Eisenhower admini administration
stration administration by this time had got if if-ftlf
ftlf if-ftlf into a position where it was
damned by the Arab-Asian bloc
if it didn't vote for sanctions,
and damned by a maorhy of
Congress plus powerful political
forces if It did. f
What it needed was a compro compromise.
mise. compromise. The West German government
had politely' but firmly notified
Dulles that Germany would not go
along with sanctions.
Germany's commitment to Israel
made as a result ot mtier s mas
sacre of 6,000,000 Jews, was a mor
al one, west Germany toia .me
State Denartment. -'
Chancellor Adenauer feels -the
nhlieation deenlv. Dulles was told,
therefore the German reparations
payments to Israel wouia continue,
nnlle also knew that France,
plus probably Australia, New Zea
land, Canada and Britain would
not go along wun sancuuus.
Furthermore, both Senator Lyn Lyn-Hnn
Hnn Lyn-Hnn jrnhnstnn. the Democratic lead1
er, and Senator William Knowland
the f;nt leaner, naa uuDiiciy ei v-
ba notice on the Administration
that Congress would probably not
agree w ai;.iuo.
irinaiiv the Administration -was
ifognemtelv anxious to get the Ei
senhower Near' East doctrine Ok-
ayea oy me oenaie.
Every day of delay h.nrt. the
President's prestige both at nome
and abroad, i .
And it became apparent ion
Senate leaders 'were not going to
push a vote on the" Elsenhower
Doctrine "until they -knew whether
against Israel, v ? r. r ?
.. am ihu wa whv Dulles begged
Premier Mollet to help him out of
the Near East dilemma.
DULLES GIVES O.K.
Tn the negotiations which follow
ed, the French suggested that in in-tteadi
tteadi in-tteadi tit eettine -a flat guarantee
from the UN or Egypt mat me c-
crvntlan armv would not go oacs
into the Gaza strip, Israel might
base its withdrawal on a series of
aacnmntirina which would oe ap
proved -in advance, by the United
states n1 Fran'ce.
, Israel had been adamant that
the thin fineer of land extending
26 miles up along the Palestinian
coast should not once again be
come a military base ior raios in
It was Bo nted ur mat oaie
had never been a part oi Egypt,J
had always been a part of Pales Palestine,
tine, Palestine, and that its unnatural bord borders
ers borders resulted from the fact that
h Israeli armv was halted
(.'there by Britain snd the United
States when the Israelis pusnoa
I w sells pushed Egypt out of
Palestine i the war of independ independence
ence independence in, 1941.
So many murderous raids have
been-conducted from this little
finger of land by Egyptian Feda Feda-eyen
eyen Feda-eyen that no Israeli government
could long remain in power if it
permitted the Egyptian army to
re-enter. -- I
As a result of the French sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, however, a series of 'ss 'ss-summions
summions 'ss-summions were drawn up by Is
raeli foreign minister Golda Meir.
y BRIW P1ARSON
, One "assumption" was that the
civil and military administration
of the Gaze strip "will be exclu exclusively
sively exclusively by the UN."
Another assumption was that the
UN administration would continue
until "there is a peace settlement.".
These and other assumptions
were studied carefully in writing
and agreed to by John Foster Dul Dulles.
les. Dulles. He made six or eight changes
in the wording; These Israel ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. v
It was also agreed that after Mrs.
Melr made her UN speech outlin outlining
ing outlining these assumptions, U.S. ambas ambassador
sador ambassador Lodge should speak and de describe
scribe describe the assumptions as "reason "reasonable."
able." "reasonable." t.-:?.
DULLES IN REVERSE
When Lodge spoke,, however,; he
changed the signals.- ...
Instead of calling the assump
tions "reasonable" as agreed, he
called them "not unreasonable."
He also went out of his way to em
phasize that Egypt could exercise
control over Gaza. ..-
. This was what made the Israeli
government almost reverse itself,
and not get out of Gaza after all.
An emergency meeting of, tht
Israeli cabinet debated a reversal.
Thev were flabbereasted that the
United States should have agreed
to the terms of withdrawal, read
over the terms of withdrawal, and
then reneged on them.
A meeting between the Israeli
chief of staff, Gen. Moshe payan,;
and UN commander ,E.M. Burns
was abruptly canceled. ;
Undoubtedly the cabinet would
have reversed "its: foreign minis
ter's decision in Washington bad
not John Foster Dulles pulled a di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic rabbit out of his hat,; He
drafted a personal letter to Pre Premier
mier Premier Ben-Gurion,- which President
Eisenhower cabled to Jerusalem.
The President said what Am
bassador Lodge was supposed to
say but didn't. He said that the Is Israel
rael Israel "assumptions" were "reason "reasonable."
able." "reasonable." He went further-' and told
Ben-Gurion he hoped they would
"not be in vain." ?
This reassured the cabinet. Is
raeli troops were pulled out of Ga Gaza
za Gaza and Aqaba.--" i.W----::-One
day after the withdrawal,
however, when it was too late for
Israel to backtrack, Secretary .Dul .Duller
ler .Duller told his Dress conference that
President Eisenhower's,- letter did
not mean what the Israelis thought
It meant, that he did not endorse
all of Mrs. Meir's assumptions.
That's why the Israelis feel they
got the biggest double-cross in re recent
cent recent diplomatic history. That's al also
so also why Premier Guy Mollet re-
"Thti i. not the first time France
has found herself completely alone
in championing a struggling young
democracy. ? ,1
Th democracy- thaJEr
championed In -v 1778 swasH6
chief dealer of. the double-cross
to the democracy which France
is defending today
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HOME AGAIN Rod Mc
Kuen's looks, are described as
the Huck Finn type and, if ell
his diverse talents blossom, bis
name may become as familiar.
The actor composer ooet
singer is making his Hollywood
oeout to -Rode, Pretty Baby,"
but he's had lots of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment experience snd success
during his Anny.hltch ia the
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Notable
Quota blesi Groucho Marx: "I'm a
. kind of alter ego for America. I
say the' things nobody else will
say, I get away with it because
they think I'm fooling. Not always.
Sometimes I'm in dead earnest."
. .Anna Maria Alberghetti who
ii will be 31 in May, about her first
grown-up role in "10,0000 Bed-
rooms": "Just think, less than
' a year -ago producers insisted that
I : wear a flat 'bra: to make me
look like a little girl" Yul
Brynner, defending his bald "head
in the, romantic league; ,
"A man makdi leva with his
ha does are what count."
( jack Lemon about celluloid so sophisticated
phisticated sophisticated comedy: "I think the
big screen has ruined sophisticat sophisticated
ed sophisticated comedy. 'Good comedy needs
i intimary of presentation. How can
you be funny on wide, wide
screens?":.1 ; John Huston. after
directing Robert Mitchum in ''Hea
ven Knows. Mr: Allyson": He
gives one of the finest perform
ances I ve ever had from an ac actor.
tor. actor. I had a hunch the guy was
good, but I had no idea how
antr lony, yuma, taking a per
centage of tne prof lis, aw-eea .lol
do the role for, nothing.
MEMORIES: loose voices in the
studio audience shouting "You'll
be sorry when contestant on the
old-time radio quiz 'show decided
to go for the highest plateau the!
How times change.
si Hollywood Uncensored: When 10-
year-old kid actor George G o g-
horn" Winslow lost his famous ba
ritone voice: mama hired an elo
cution teacher who taught him
how to lower it. He's the kid, you
may recall; Marilyn Monroe chas
ed in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."
a scene ne may some day regret.
He didn t let her catch him.
" PUNCH LINES: Overheard:
'The only thing that, New York
actress gained by coming to Hol
lywood was three hours
Bob Hope, reacting ? to .'the
creams of Elvis. Presley's teen teenage
age teenage fans: "They sound like a free
This 'is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones;
The nurse at. the office of a Hoi
lywood. plastic surgeon is till
. gulping. A struggling young actor
dropped in the ; other day and
wanted to know if the d o c t o r
could give him a lower lip "just
like Elvis Presley's."
Story Behind ; Movie: "La
Strada," the Italian film ringing
U.S. box office bells, almost didn't
reach the screen; Federico Fellini.
who wrote "Open City':, and. f'Pai-j
an," spent three years trying to i
raise money for the project. The
Not in the Script:1 Extra to
rector Hal JKanter:
f'Doesn't j Wendell. Corev have
the bluest eyes?
Kanter: "Not really. He d y e s
TIN PAN ALLEY: Oh. for the
good old Moon and June lyrics, Or
maybe ou like, a current song ti.
tie: "You Can Break My Arm
But L Won't Marry You."
Hear It Now: Farina Jr.,"son of
me oia-ume uur uane kid come
dy star; plays a role in "Jeanne
tageis. ,, .' .iBmg Crosby goes to
i.as vegas to keep dental amoint-
ments. His favorite molar mecha
nic has an office there. . Ida
Lpino is saying "I told von'. so."
to movie producers about hubby
jiowara Dutrs-comedy in "Mr.
Adams and Eve," their telefilm
f-i . . j .
avery..ume 'ne.asxea to do a
comeuy, m pictures," iaa says,
"movie producers would just say
ixo, you re not tne type.'
xviayDe tnose tries .names are on
me way out. roucn uonnors is
now being bi"o.d as Jav "Touch'
Connors. :. Lizabeth Scott dress
es are on the market. Liz sets a
cut on the glad rangs. Sign on
a Beverly Hills lawn:
"Please Donjt Ruin the Gay
, ' .! ,t ', i i i j , t , j t ,? 7 ' ""
NINE OF THE ELEVEN MEN from' Heavy Mortar Company of the-20th Infantry Regiment at.Fort KobV who'are'oarUclDat'
ing in the' Florida State University education program -offeted to servicemen in th ,Panama area, brush up on tr home homework.
work. homework. ,They are (left to right) Pvt. Howard F. Lockrie, Pfi. Angel Munoz. Pfc,'. George ,E. Andemn (standing) Pfc Gewld
XB5 u06; B0r,r' Capf Marion B.( Zoliicoffer, company commander,-Sp3 Kenneth fc VwSS'tt.
and Pfc. Richard Falkensteln. - t . j- , f k n .' f(ij Army Photo)
x AC03Y OM BKfDTT
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
film reached the cameras only Young Blades"
Disabled American Vets Honor
J 10 3 2
V A Q 10 8 2
8 5 3 2
K 9 8 8 4
' A K 4 -Both
Seuth West North
1 ; Pass 2V
2 4 iPass 3
4 NX Pass S
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1 Opening lead Q
x The Disabled American yeter yeter-ans.
ans. yeter-ans. whose members call their
grofejk I'Thejmost exclusive or organization
ganization organization In the world,", are
celebrating the silver ; anniver anniver-ary
ary anniver-ary of their C o ngresslonal
Charter, granted in 1832,
Cdr. Rufua L. Carey, com commander
mander commander of Panama Canal Chap Chapter
ter Chapter NOi I,' explains the ''most ex exclusive'
clusive' exclusive' description by pointing
out that only those who .have
been wounded, gassed, Injured
or disabled In the wartime serv
Ice" of their country are eligible
for membership. There are no
"When the Congress of the
United States first saw fit to
grant vus r our Congressional
Charter, in 1932, said Carey, "it
was evidence that our nation'
lawmakers recognize the. value
of the work our then-young or-
fanlzatlon was performing in
ehalf of our fellow-wartime
disabled -veterans..,- it also im imposed
posed imposed a solemn trust in the DAV
as a one-purpose organization
that purpose to work unceasing unceasingly
ly unceasingly for the welfare of all disabled
veterans,' their : widows and orphans,-
i ';- '-"I
"we 'also nave continued our
work on the premise that the
Congress as a whole realizes the
debt our nation owes to those
who gate their health and well well-being
being well-being and In many cases parts
of their 'bodies, that we might
remain a free and prosperous
nation. These members of our
highest, legislative body look to
the DAV to keep them informed
of the essential needs and prob
lems of disabled veteran anri
we have never? betrayed. thai
trust ey seeking to over-empha
size uiose prooiems at the ex
pense of a sound national econ-1make li-
The Disabled American vet veterans,
erans, veterans, more often called the
DAV, got its start on Christmas
Day, 1919, in Cincinnati, o.,
when Judge Robert 8. Marx, a
distinguished -World -War One
veteran, gathered together a
hundred of his disabled com
rades for a Christmas party. Out
oi mis ana subsequent meetings
the first chapter was organized,
and then other units began
forming all over the country,
seeping m toucn wim eatn oth other
er other through correspondence, until
their first national convention
in Detroit. t 4
"The DAV was not formed as
a social e-rouD.M said ; Carev
"but as a badly-needed organi organization
zation organization to combat the chaotic
conditions which existed for dis disabled
abled disabled veterans at. that. time.
From that day to this it has re
mained a serious, dedicated
group. It was a oroud moment
wnen in 1932 the DAV's work
was recognized by the Congress
oi uie umiea states as the of official
ficial official voice of our nation's war
time disabled. Since that date
our organization has been large
ly responsiDie lor a great many
of the rights and benefits now
granted to those who are disa disabled
bled disabled in the wartime service of
tne united states.".
Hand No. 7 from the Intercol
legiate championships- is a
toughy. North and. South must
ursi Dia uie smau warn in dia diamonds
monds diamonds and then; South has to
Tampa s Latin Quarter Scene Of Gala
Fiesta Feting 30th Annual Celebration
TAMPA (UP ) Whea it comes chines are sealed after the 'ball is
to pitching, parties, .Latins are 1 over Jnd the winner is unknown
among the world's best. And today
the 50,000 Latins in Ybor City,
Tampa's Latin Quarter, begin a
weeklong fiesta to prove iU j
The 30th annual Latin-American
fiesta began today with digni-j
taries front various Latin nations
on hand to get a look at a South
American fiesta. North American
Leon S. Cazin, founder and pres president
ident president of the fiesta association, said
tt began, ta 1927 as part of
. .prosperity week"" celebration
aimed at bringing more business
' to Tampa.
.The first fiesta 'was nothing io
brag about as fiestas go, Cazinj
said.. But it did produce a big
first. It was m that hectic 1127
fiesta that a troupe of Cuban
dancers 'performed a strange
dance called the "rhumba," neevr
before seen in publii in the Unit
A few years later, Xavier Cugat
. took the rhumba to Mew York
where it brought him fame and
fortune and fathered a host oi
, Latin dances, Cazia said.
A 160 foot elaborately decorated
stage, is used for the coronation
Qm ine uesia queen, inousanos oi
tov--! join' local residents and
-- vajiS in the gay fiesta's opening
dance tonight. ,-. -Regulation
voting machines are
. placrd around the ballroom and
-v each admission ticket ix eood for
one vote for the queen. The ma-
to anyone until the coronation ball
on the final night of the fiesta,
atarcn so. ', ;. -The
queen must not only) be
prcny. jiiusi aiso oe m-iinguai.
"The queen visits various Latin
American countries on a goodwill
tour." Cazin said.. "We feel that
the queen will be able to perform
her role of ambassador much bet
ter if she speaks the language of
the countries she visits."
If North responds with two
hearts there is no trouble get get-tin
tin get-tin to !. South hida two
spades, North shows his diamond
support and south checks lor
aces and then bids .the diamond
West opens the queen of clubs.
South wins the" trick and plays
the king of trumps. This safety
play is designed to guard against
the possibility of, finding west
with all four trumps. If East
holds all four trumps nothing
can be, done about it.
Sure enough, West has all the
trumps and now South can't af-
ioro to run out nis .smau ciud.
His first thought is to trV to
set up a discard on a heart, so
he leads a low heart toward
dummy. It doesn't matter what
heart be plays from dummy. East
wins and plays a second club.
Now South isTeady for a dum dummy
my dummy reversal play. He leads the
six of trumps and overtakes with
the appropriate card In dum
A heart is ruffed f with the
eight of trumps and the four four-spot
spot four-spot played.-Again dummy wins
the trick as cheaply as possible.
A third heart is trumped and
dummy is' entered t with the
queen of spades. ;
The last trump from dummy
allows south to discard his Jos
ine club and 'pulls West's last
trump at the same time. There
are no trumps left anywhere
and Souths hand Is rood for the
rest oi the tricas. .
Scientists Say Cigarette Smoking Factor
In Increasing Occurrence, Qf Lung Cancer
NEW YORK, March 25 (.UP) i and there is a direct relationshio i lhree statistiml invesiaainns
oeiween uie incidence ot lung can- show an associaion beween I
llegro Wins fight
To Borrow Books
From Town library
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PURCELLVILLEJ Va. fUPV-A
Negro interior decorator has woa
his fight to borrow a book on how
to make French drapes from the
ParcsllviUe pablic library.
- The trustees f the public H
brary in this little northern Vir
ginia town voted today U pen
ine iiorary io negroes
Interior decorator Saianel C.
Murray tried last- Jan. -10 -tof bor
row ine Dooa on rrencn arape-
maing.. ine jiorary retosea.
. Murray protested to the tros
tees He was told that to lend him
book, would not be in the spirit
oi iae UDrary t lounders. -
Murray didnt see it that way
He said his Uxe helped support
the library and Virginia law for forbids
bids forbids racial barriers ia any library
supported by public funds.; He
threatened t sue.
Tbt -trnstees took the matter to
the caunty snpervisors and the
to 4 a council Both voted that the
library should comply with state
Library Chairman Oscar L. Em-
nck tow the library trustees be
fore they voted that Murray's at attorney
torney attorney planned to file suit unless
Murray was told that he could
borrow the drape-making book.
The miitee voted T-S to pen
the library to Nerroen. They aisa
in favor of providing Na-;
Seven scientists! said hr : a study
made public today that all evi evidence
dence evidence indicates that cigarette
smoking is a "causative factor"
in the. increase in lung cancer.
The group said there was no
convincing Diological or- clinical
evidence at the present, time Jnat
smoKing -,is one oi me causes oi
heart disease. : : ;
t 1 t
The scientists were selected to
review evidence relating to smok
ing and health in June, 1956, by
the American Cancer Society,
American Heart Association, Na National
tional National Cancer Institute and the
National Heart Institute. The re
port was made public here after
it had been published in the
None of the sponsoring agencies
would comment on the report,
Ihe cancer society said a meetine
naa d e e n scneauiea for next
month to determine action on the
report. A spokesman for the can
cer institute-said the report ''has
not been approved, or even seen
by the surgeon general and other
Dr.. Irvine H. Page, chairman of
the heart association's scientific
council.' said publication of the re
port before it eould be evaluated
by the sponsoring -agencies' was
'not in the public interest;"
"Right Te Knew
However, Eugene. Patterson, ex
ecutive editor ogricv4 Atlan
Journal and Constitution, said the
newspaper felt that the "public's
righ to know hese serious find
ings clearly outweighed any Justi
fication (or delay .based on proto protocol."..
col.".. protocol.".. r '.
The scientists said they based
tneir conclusion on the "sum total
of scientific, evidence" that
('establishes beyond reasonable
doubt that cigarette smoking isia
causative factor in the rapidly in increasing,
creasing, increasing, incidence of human epi epidermoid'
dermoid' epidermoid' cardnoma (cancer) of
In a six-page summary of theif
study, they said that at least, 16
independent studies carried onv, fn
five countries during 'the past 18
years have shown hat there 'i a
statistical association; between
smoking and the occurrence of
"There are other causative and
environmental factors, the m o s t
important .of which are probably
various atmospheric pollutants,"
they said. "As in other diseases,'
various other influences such as
sex, nutruion and heredity, may
moauy its occurrence."
"Na Original Ividanca"
Timothy V. Hartnett, chairman
or the Tobacco Industry Research
Committee which also is studying
the possible relationship between
lung cancer and smoking, said the
report of-the -scientists "apparent "apparently,
ly, "apparently, offers no original evidence but
is another view, of studies' made
by others." .v
Hartaett said the' report placed
"heavy reliance on aUtiitieal
association tthar have been wide-
ij puoucizea ior several years
and widely oueaiinned b other
scientists as to their significance."
' Tobacco Stable Off
Tobaccd stocks slumped on th
new xonc stock xchanee after
release of the report. American
Tobacco fell 2 points before the
close of tradinc. Others were Rey
nolds of 2 1-4; Philip Morris off
2; Liggett and Myers of 1 M and
Lorillard. off 1 1-Z
The scientists said thev had
found smoking to be aa "import
ant' neaim hazard.'
"The implications of this state
ment are clear in terms of the
neea ror tnrouen roesideration on
the part of the official and volun
tary agencies concerned.
They said evidence alto indicat
ed a statistical association be
tween smoking and cancer of the
larynx, oral tavity, esophagus,
bladder and stomach: peptic ni
cer, and. the amount, smoked.
"It is estimated that on a life
time Dasis, one ot every 10 men
who smoke over two packs a day
win aie oi, lung cancer," they
saw. "ine comparable risk a-
mong non-smokers is estimated at
one out of 275."
Evidence further suggests, they
said, that if chronic smokers stop
probability of developing lung
cancer will decrease.
The group said that further re research
search research is required Before, any sig significance
nificance significance could be attached to
studies relating to smoking and
; The scientists said that at least
smokine and a decrease in the
length i of life which is "probably
referable to a higher risk Sor.
male smokers of dying from car cardiovascular
diovascular cardiovascular disease."
They said the mortality among
smokers in certain age groups
was reported to be about double
that of non-smokers.
The scientists were Dr. Rolla E.
Dyer, director of research, Em
ory University. Atlanta: Dr. Mieh
aol B. Shimkin, of Bethesda, Md..
rvaiiunai institute ot Mcann, Dr
iNonon wcison, New York Univor
sity-Bellevu" Medical Center, New
York Uty; Dr. A. M. Lillicnficld,
Bunaio, in. y.; Dr. David M
Sapin, W'bile Plains,' N Y.i Dr
Richard J; Bing: Birmineham.
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eer: bronchitis and fubfTi'lovs.
however, they recommended far farther
ther farther research aefore "valid con
clusions' rratid be drawn on those
possible links. -
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MANY PARTIfiS GIVEN IN PANAMA
FOR VISITORS FROM CHILE r
Two distinguished visitor from Chile hare been feted,
at a round of parties in Panama during the past "week.
-:'Thev are Senator Gregorio Amunategui and Mrs. Alicia
"" Marchant, mother-in-law of industrialist Alfonso Chadwlck.
Among those who entertained the visitors were the Min Minister
ister Minister of Government and Justice Max Heurtematte and
hi wife Julio Valdes former Ambassador to Chile and his
r' wife and Thomas Gabriel Duque and family.
gajr. And Mr. Orr
. eLa;m Aft Brunch
f ni Mrs. Georee Carter
nolhno entertained with
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rtnon Mpk vesterday.
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and Mrs. Henry t.. ram i
vi- u.;nktt ulhn art leaving in
n in miiia their home in hi. fe-
chr,r Fla. and Capt. and Mrs.
Howard Johnson who are leaving
i.vt mnnth for a Stateside va-
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? Misr Ancela Strickland, daugh-
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" Strickland of Balboa, became the
bride of S-3C Herman L. Preuhs
2 of Quarry Heights, at the Fort
Cayton Chapel on Saturday after-
noon. Chaplain Francis L. 'Lewis
' irfficiated. .
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The groom wit attended by
Norman S. Bynuni who is also a
member of the Armed Forces.
Miss Vena Bennet of Ft. : Clay-
iton was the soloist and sang "I
Love You Truly" immediately pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding the ceremony, Mrs. Wm.
E. Kirkland of Balboa was the or organist.
ganist. organist. A small reception followed the
ceremony at the bride's home in
Williamson Place, Balboa.
The bride is a former student
at Balboaa High SchtooL The!
groom, who is tne son of Mrs.' The Theresa
resa Theresa M. Preuhs, of Mesa, Arizo Arizona,
na, Arizona, is a member of the Armed
Forces and is stationed at Quarry
Heights, after a short wedding
trip to Santa Clara the young
will be at home in Bella
Enisy Clodel Lecture
A fascinating lecture and many
beautiful color slides captivated
the. members at the Ft. Kobbe
Officers' Wives' Club luncheon
held Thursday at the Ft. Kobbe
Officers' Club. Lt. Col. Leroy ,M.
Glodell, guest speaker, whose
main topic was Ft. San Lorenzo,
briefly told of its origin and past
history and elaborated on the
work of restoring the fort during
the past two years. During the
lecture Col. Glodell showed color
slides augmenting his many inter
esting tales of 'history which have
literally been dug up during this
restoration period. lis obvious in
terest in this work was so conta contagious
gious contagious to his listeners he was kept
overtime answering the many
questions the members had con
cerning the Fort and Porto Bello,
which he had discussed briefly.
By the end of the afternoon. Col.
Glodell has- all of the members
anxious to make the trip to Ft.
San Lorenzo to see -this impor important
tant important and fascinating historical land landmark.
mark. landmark. Following- thet theme of Col. Glo
dell' s talk, hostesses Mesdamesj
J. M. Jerram, Chairman, H. R.
Lascola-and Malcolm A. Norton,
decorated' the luncheon tables
most effectively with model pi-;
rate ships and beach- scenes com complete
plete complete with sand, treasure chests
filled with gold, and cleverly made
Mrs. Otto E. Feierlein, Presi President,
dent, President, welcomes the following who
were wearing the "skull and cross crossed
ed crossed bones" guest tags:. Mesdames
Joseph P. Michl, Thomas Dor Dor-sey,
sey, Dor-sey, Frederic Simon, William H.
Flesbman and Harvey Haynes.
New members welcomed into the
club were Mesdames Thomas Dor-
sey and Franklin Hair. Mrs. A
P. DeLuca and Mrs. Clifford Ea-
gan who are leaving soon for the
States were bid farewell and pre
sented with Woodrose corsages by
Mrs. f eieriain.
Door prizes appropriately resent
. .HI M.: ,; .V ...
Mine the. Jewels to be found in
treasure chests were presented to
Mesdames Joseph f. Mich, h,. f.
usoorne ana jonn n. campDeu
Mrs. Feierlain announced 1hat
the next coffee and business meet
Ing, which; will be held April 4,
wiu be for the benefit of the boys
at the Justo Arosemena Vocation Vocation-a
a Vocation-a Hnstltute, which the club la now
sponsoring under their welfare
program. All members are asked
to bring some article which could
be used by boys from the ages of
lv to is including clothing, games,
towels, wash cloths, sheets and
all types of school supplies. -;
Balboa Woman's Club
The, Balboa .Woman's Club card
group will meet at the home of
Mrs. Harry Lacy,. 6385,10 Rids
on Thursday. :
Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Brown (Phone Panama 3 3-1591),
1591), 3-1591), Mrs. Sidney Wilcox (Phone
Pinama 3-6868). Any of these la ladies
dies ladies may be called for reserva
tions. Mrs. Lacy a number -is 2
Sandwiches and desert will be
served at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Hummel Give
Cuncheon Far ;
Mrs. Silvia Duntan
Mrs. Mary D. Hummel, presi president
dent president of the Isthmian Nurse's As Association,
sociation, Association, entertained several
friends at a luncheon at her home
in Balboa on Saturday to intro introduce
duce introduce Mrs. Sylvia Duncan, Chief
Nurse of Public Health Nursing
services in Panama: to some of
the members of the committee
serving wiin airs, nuuimei vu uict
forthcoming Assembly of Nurses
1 lat- r Tr....l iLa.
the Second Inter-American Med
ical Convention to be held in Pa Panama
nama Panama next month. Guests present
were: Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. H. Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, who is with World Health Or Organization,'
ganization,' Organization,' in Panama, Miss Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Simonis, Chief Nurse at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital, Mrs. Henri Skeis,
Mrs'. D. Devore," Mrs. K. Sauser
and Miss Marte Weber,
It may amuse you to speculate
out loud on "wny ne ever mar married
ried married her" or "what she sees In
him' but lt isn't very kind. And
kindness is, after all, the very
basis of good manners,
It's natural to wonder about
others' romances, perhaps. But
don't wonder out loud.
m i i ii i rt V in A
; v (NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
.WEDDING BELLS AHEAD Harold Connolly; the United
State's Olympic hammer-throw champion, and Olga Wikotova,
Czechoslovakia's discus champion, share a pleasant moment
in her parents' home near Prague. Conolly announced that
he will marry Olga, whom he met at the Olympic Games,
next Wednesday. Conolly went to; Czechoslovakia last Feb February
ruary February to court Olga, who expressed her, willingness. But the
f&ech Communist government delayed until now approval of
fihefjjceQuest to marry a- foreigner and leave the -country.
House Economizers Push Drive
To Lop Off Ike's 1958 Budget
K WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
KMmnmv-minded House mem
bers today stepped hp their drive
to' cut President Eisenhower's
71.8 Trillion dollar budget for fiscal
1958.-"- : i -.. "VV,' '-"
Tft'ejr immediate target was a
bill i to sppropriate '2.9 billion
dniir for the, deoartments oi
La Dor ana neaiuij luuucauuii wu
Welfare. The' measure will come
i ..ft the House floor Tuesday
Members- of the economy bloc
said thev were not satisfied with
the 118 million dollar cut recom recommended
mended recommended hv the House Appropn
atkm Committee last week. It
- ... 4;- th nn.
' the 12", 'X
has challenged the
To Try More Cuts
Hep. William. M". Colmer (D
Miss- told a reporter that a
"concerted effort" .will be made
nn the fkmr "in cut tne wu
further." He said that possibly ; as
many as a dozen budget cutting
amendments "will be offered."
Rep. John J. Togarty (D-RI),
Appropriations Committee mem mem-bep
bep mem-bep who -will be floor manager
for -th bill, has indicated he is
ready to fight these attempts to
trim the bill. ,
Rep. John Tabej (R-NY), vet veteran
eran veteran budget cutter; and top GOP
member vbf, the Appropriations
Committee, has said he planned
to Join the economy bloc in the
xne.. ciasn snapea up -as ine
first major floor fight this year
over, how far the House should
go In trimming Mr. Eisenhower's
record budget for the fiscal year
beginning July 1.
Four Bills Passed
So far,' the House has passed
four regular money bills appro appropriating
priating appropriating a total of $10,424,597,570.
This represented a cut of 684
million dollars, or. 6.5 per cent
from the President's budget
requests. ; j
All but 21 million dollars of the
Cut was recommended by the
Rep. Robert Hale (R, Me) said
meanwhile, that "terrific1 'out
cries" of protest will follow any
action by Congress to trim the
budget. He -said "many of them"
will come from the same people
who are' now clamoring for re
duced government spending.
In a radio report to his cohstit-i
uents, he said he is supporting
a move to cut the budget to 65
billion dollars. But he warned
that "the- fact is that' it's a lot
easier 'to lalk of economy than
to practice it."
WASHINGTON. MarcK 23 (TIPl
Vice President Richard M. Nix-
ton, tinder treatment at ; Walter
Reed Army Hospital, was dis
charged yesterday "much improv improved.',.
ed.',. improved.',. ..-., 1 :,
Hospital authorities aaid Nixnn
had spent a 'restful hifiht and
that after consultation, with' his
docotrs yesterday morning, he was
discharged about 10:30 a.m.
Nixon entered the hospital Frl-
dajr for treatment of tracheobron tracheobronchitis,
chitis, tracheobronchitis, which flared iro noon his'
return from his exhaustive 22-day
The vice president left the hos hospital
pital hospital Saturday to attend to offi
cial functions and returned last
night after attending the annual
dinner of the Radio Television
l"l L-mwf i anno- ft r
BRIDE Jean Harvey, 20,
daughter of Mr. nd Mrs.
was secretly married in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City on March 12 to Al Al-Dagget
Dagget Al-Dagget JHarvey of' Chicago,:
fred Gwynne Vanderbilt, 44,
sportsman and heir to one
of i, America's greatest for fortunes,,
tunes,, fortunes,, the bride parents
: Each notic for inclutloa in this
column should be submitted in
type-written. form and mailed o
the box number litlad daily in 'So-
cial and Otharwlie," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notice-f
meetings canno? be accepted: by
Of Balboa Woman's
Club Meets Wednesday
The executive board of the Bal
boa Woman's Club will m e e t
Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the audito
rium of the JWB-USO. I
Wife Learns Lost
Death In Georgia
LONDON, March 25 (UP)
Mrs. Peggy Krull of North Lon
don picked ur an American deteC
tive magazine and discovered that
ner nusDanq. wno nas Deen miss missing
ing missing since 1944 is in a death cell in
Atlanta, Ga.;";" '""f -. f.
After a dozen years without 6
word from him she discovered his
fate ia a photograph- showing him
handcuffed and en route to prison
the London newspaper Empire
News, reported, today
It identified him as Michael
Krull, under death sentence ; for
raoina a woman, in Georgia.
It said he. married .his Enclish
bride while a G.I. in. 1944. They
were separated after three months
together when U.S. military po police
lice police seized him for absence with
out leave, jobbery and marrying
TY iviivuv sa umhoviii : u.
BY MRS. MURI EL LAWRENCE
WHITES a Mrs. G.. "in your
column you recently said that if
a mother can't serve herself free
ly, her child may also resist serv
ing her. This is helping me solve
a problem of stubbornnes in my
daughter. But I don t always a
gree with you. I think you're away
off the beam to say that parents
cWiUhH i)imM..t. .Iill..-'. Imi,
We've saved a lot of friction be
tween our two boys by doing just
If parents always agreed with
everything this column says. I'd
stop writing it.
Indeed, it is the motive of this
column to have you question eV'
erything it says. The idea is not
to swallow any of the ideas it ad advances
vances advances without first thinking, vis
what she says true and nourishing
for me -or isn't it?" ,-
1 VE never, taken or given a
psychological: test. Behind me is
no school of psychiatry, no thera
pist experience in mental hygiene
clinics, to comfort you with the as
surance, that what I -say is safe
to trust. Upon this column is no
seal of endorsement by any au
thority that can spare you the o-
bligation of judging it for yourseu.
You re on your own when you
Woman. She Says, Thy
Name Is Inconsistency
We, women are funny.
Ask us if we baked a cake our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, and we are ashamed if
we have to admit we didn't. But
ask us if we made the dress we
are wearing ana. n we man t
are likely to be insulted and, if we
did, probably thiuk, "It must not
look as good as. I thought it did."
; Ve won't tell our ages, and we
we are indignant if someone as
sumes we are older than we are.
Though we borrow freely from
other housewives in the matter of
menu planning, decorating, land landscaping,
scaping, landscaping, etc.v we are usually a
trifle annoyed when someone, du duplicates
plicates duplicates one of our ideas.
We feel quite smug when anolh
er woman tells us what an intel intelligent:
ligent: intelligent: or capable, man we're mar
ried to. but if she comments on
how handsome he is, w ( feel i
Lttle uneasy, i
. Thoiish we acknowledge to our
selves that many of bur friends
have less than perfect taste when
it comes to selecting clotnes or
furnishing a home, it never really
occurs to us wat anyone migm
question our taste, ;
Though we try hard to be effi
cient in our jobs, we are never
as flattered when told we are ef efficient
ficient efficient as when told we are char charming.
Even though, we have been
known to discuss the shortcomings
of one friend with another, we are
furious if we discover those two
have been discussing us.
read it The only support yod'v
got is your own response to it
your own knowledge of its truth truthfulness.'
fulness.' truthfulness.' ' i
- It is this column lack -of ah.
street, suneriorf not-to-be tjuestion tjuestion-ed
ed tjuestion-ed authority that -Justifies its ex existence
istence existence in an American newspa newspaper.'
per.' newspaper.' ; : ..
-IN-'aup countfyr weft; all suffer
from too much awe of profession professional,
al, professional, authority.- In parents,- this awe
is particularly foolish. As peopla
who have to exercise; their own.
judgment continually, we .just
can't afford ta give so much awe
to our child guidance experts that
we forget to judge the worth, of
what they say. .j ,n
Unfortunately, some of eur1 en.'
port encourage this awe intteed
of encouraging ou (uclgmont.,
The wise people aren't like that
at all, of course., Writes Dr. Theo Theo-dor
dor Theo-dor Reik. student of ; Freud i "No
thing said to us, nothing w can
learn from others reaches so deen
as what we find in ourselves.",
As to DrHilde Brucfe, that idy idy-al
al idy-al friend to parent's, !, she says.
What is needed is a ; philosophy
of parenthood that will permit
parents to recognize their, own in inner
ner inner resources and .capacity for
judgment." ' ,
to a party so that we can dress
accordmgly--and then have a fit
if we meet another woman wear wear-ing
ing wear-ing an identical dress.1
The Juice of cUfferent, ganW
fresh vegetable! ere blended into)
thia famou drink. Youngrteri lore
its lively flavor, and thrive on its)
vitanun-paekod :.: 'A :
sjoooiieaa. At meal meal-tuna
tuna meal-tuna or between
ineala V-a glrei
them the refretb
natnt uier want,-'
end the noarlth
snent they aMed.
J-,M.j.iii)Tiilii.iiiaii Spl lS
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEFENJDFNT DAILY NEWSPATER
Solon Asks US To Quit Taking
Hungary Refugees Into Nation
PUBLICITY WINNER t Colonel Robert W. Garrett, command commanding
ing commanding officer. Fort Amador, presents Miss Virginia Flesher, Fort
Amador Librarian, with ft check for $23 for winning second
- ... prize in the Fifth Army-Wide Library Publicity Contest.
' , U.S. Army Photo)
More Lenient Fasting Regulations
Announced By Pope Start Tomorrow
VATICAN CITY. March 25
(UP) -J Pope Pius XII yesterday
decreed more lenient fasting reg
ulations c for communicants and.
reorganized daily afternoon mass
es to- brine ancient custom into
I line with modern social condi
I The new fasting rules win allow
- Catholics to eat solid foods and
f drink alcoholic beverages up to
j three hours, before receiving holy
l communion and to consume
i liquid .food .and ''non-alcoholic
beverages up to one hour before
taking i the v sacrament. nam
water remains exempt from fast
1 Bishops were authorized to al allow
low allow daily afternoon masses in
their dioceses. .. .
The new regulations will go
into i effect automatically today
the Feat of the Annunciation
I to the Blessed Virgin on the church
Fast Prom Midnight
Previously, Catholics planning
to receive the sacrament of the
Holy Eucharist were required to
fast, from midnight until they
(took the sacrament. Regulations
promulgated four ureara-ago per per--
- per-- mitted "communicants to take
Water v any time- up' to receiving
,'J- A three-hour fast was au tnat
' twas required for members of the
(armed forces under old rules,
j The Papal announcement came
j the form of a motu propno
ja private order and was- not
subject to advice from other
Previously, afternoon masses
were authorized only on Sundays
holy days of obligations when
Catholics were required to hear
The Pontiff said the changes
were ordered in view of "the
numerous chances that have
taken olace in the working hours
at public offices and au social
Bishops Requested Changes
He said ."insistent requests of
Bishops" brought about the more
lenient rules. But at the same
time he urged -Catholics who can
do so to continue to observe the
"ancient and venerated form of
eucharistic fasting'? from mid midnight.
night. midnight. "All those who benefit from the
new concessions are caiiea upon
to compensate for the benefit
received with shining examples of
christian life," the Pope said in
The new fasting ruJe?uapLi12:00Newa
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News. "J" ' '-6;35
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8:00 Music By ROtta '
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America.
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off
Tomorrow; Tuesday, March 26
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taxen
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wtldwood
8:30 'Musical Reveille
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' (Cutex and Odorono)
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Eastland (D-Miss) of the Senate
either mor ri or afternoon
issued to Chairman James O.
judicairy Committee to testify in
tangled over a formal resolution
Under the old regulations oi
three hour fast in certain cases,
a Catholic had to receive a dis
pensation from his priests.
A Vatican source pointed oui
that the new regulations make
the three-hour fast automatic for
all without prior dispensation
Bachelor Actress Avers All
HolIy7ppd Wolves Females
I HOLLYWOOD, March 25 (UP) wolves, b u t the scandals are
Pert Phyllis 'Xirk,' in Movietown hushed up.
briefly for new film, says all ''Actors are no more inclined to
the- wolves In : Hollywood are of be wolves than bankers, insurance
re feminine -variety. brokers or school teachers. As an
. ; actress, I know. That goes for
According. to the. saucy brunette nfiW.D.er men. t00. .he added
actress. Hollywood won pack is
pure fiction 'r i
I'm -a bachelor girl." PhyUis
aid during lunch, "so I meet all
kinds of men everywhere I go.
Believe me when I. say Hollywood
can't claim any records for wolves
Most of the attractive men in
this town are married. And be
cause single girls far outnumber
available men competition it Keen
for the handful of bachelors. This
means the wolves are girl type
and, very attractive.
' Sit Back and Wait
"Desirable single men can sit
pack in their swimming pools and
wait to be chased, instead of doing
the prowling themselves."
newspaper men, too," sne aooeu
"Away from Hollywood men
think an actress is fair game.
There are so many of us here and
in New York it's not an issue like
it is in some other parts of the
Lives In Manhattan
A New Yorker who leaves Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan only for movie and TV
commitments, Phyllis currently is
tarring in the Hal Wallis produc
tion, "Sad Sack," at Paramount
'Lots of men are only wolves
in sheep's clothing," she went on
They're lust, trying to prove
something to tnemseives.
Actually woumansbip is some
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy KakeShow
3:30 Music For Monday
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(r e q u ests taken by
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6:30 On stage America
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10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
AN IMPROMPTU ROCK N ROLL demonstration put on at the Special Services exhibit dur during
ing during the Atlantic area Armed Forces Day celebration last week was an added attraction which
nobody expected and everyone enjoyed. Yvonne (left) and Cecilia McClean (right) of Co Colon
lon Colon were the star performers. The two young ladies, age three and four respectively, were
plenty Intrigued by the music of a servicemen's Rock 'n Roll band and Just couldn't resist
the opportunity of enlightening the public as to the Intricacies of this popular dance.
(U.S. Army Photo)
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SEA SCOUT VERN DI PASCA RECEIVES COVETED AWARD.
The Roy Scouts of America God and Country Award- was
bestowed on Scout Dl Pasca Sunday, during' services at the
U.S. Naval Chapel, Rodman. Pictured with young Di pasca
is his mother, Mrs. A. Di Pasca and Capt. W. B. Tucker, USN,
commanding officer of U.S. Naval Station, Rodman, who
presented the award. Cdr.J. E. Holllngsworth, 15th Naval
District Chaplain, nominated the boy for the award.
(Official U.S. Navy Photograph)
f Phyllis added that "wolf' isn't thing of an art.. Guys who make
u-unattractive term to her, passes don't necessarily qualify. A
The world would be a very dull
blace without them," she laughed.
"Everybody expects to find
k"oles in this crazy town, the real
lamorous kind. When a scandal
reaks.' everyone knows shout tt.
n quieter, more sedate commun commun-ties
ties commun-ties there are just as 'many
true wolf always shows his colors.
Neither marriage nor an engage
ment is a deterrent to a real,
honest to-goodness wolf. They're
always on tne prowl.
"There's nothing wrong with
eavsil doc 'am T Anlv Uriah rhM
nvu wroov visa, a viu vr iau ijiciv
were more of them around."
MAUnEEN CHAMPIONS TIM
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ffs. Tim ef course is the bey. Miss O Hara plays a school
- teacher and Fersyth a newspaperman whe champion the
eaoe f the litUe bev when it appears be sritl be the nlv
sufferer for bis public service. ',
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Ike's Atom Treaty
Due For Careful
Eying From Senate
WASHINGTON. March .25 (UP)
Senate Republican Leader
William F. Knowland said today
he .expects the Senate to give
pretty close scrutiny" to the
treaty committing the United
States to an international atoms atoms-for
for atoms-for peace agency.
ue said the Senate may want
to attach reservations to the
treaty before votine on its
President Eisenhower annealed
to the Senate Friday to approve
u. a. participation in his nlan for
worldwide pooling of fissionable
materials for peaceful purposes
Eighty nations, including Soviet
Kussia, nave agreed to join the
President's plan, first, proposed
in a maa- united Nations speech
senate ratification is necessary
for U.S. participation Because of
the? agreement's treaty aspects.
Asked about his position, Know
land said he wanted "to go into
it; thoroughly" .and meanwhile
wbuld reserve" Judgment.
necsuse Russia and other Com
munist, nations 1 are members
there have been Tumblings indi indicating
cating indicating that serious opposition
may develop in the Senate. A
two-thirds vote will be required
for Senate approval.
Knowland said he had general generally
ly generally approved Mr. Eisenhower's
atoms-for-peace program and be believed
lieved believed that its "spirit" had been
carried out in bilateral agree agreements
ments agreements between the United States
and other individual nations.
"Here we would get into a
multi-lateral agreement In which
Communist nations are involved,"
he said. "We'll have to go into
it and find out what its impli
MMB WITHOUT 4W
WASHINGTON. March M riTPl
Chairman Francis E. Walter
(D-Pai of tho House Tmmicrrt.inn
I subcommittee said today he has
aovised tne government to quit
admitting Hungarian reftiffees tn
Walter said he wrote Attorney
General Herbert Brownell .It
that "in my opinion the time had
come to snut mis oa."
He made the at.atement in
TV-interview with Rep. Harold C.
ustenag (k-jnyj prepared for
Rochester and Buffalo stations.
Two Hungarian refmren
Hbrvath and Sandor Kiia tniH
the staff of the House Committee
on un-American Activities last
week that a "reign of terror"
and widespread xtarvatlnn nnur
grip Hungary. Their testimony
was made public last night.
"The oresent situation in Hun
gary is one of terror, of people
being taken to prison and torture
Chambers and beinc rnentrA
virtually without a hearing," Hor Hor-vath
vath Hor-vath said. He said manv of the
330,000 unemployed Hungarians
Walter eo-anthnr nf tha natinn'
basic immigration law, previously
nao cauea I or a nait in the
refuree relief nroeram. muter
which some 27,000 Hungarians
have been brought to thij'
country. . ..;
He reneated him hta4m.a
I granting Hungarian refugees per.
nianeni, residence m una eoumrv
"until We find out who they are
"Just last week," he said, "euf
authorltiei came tin with
by the name of Nicholas Serenyi,
Who, was a .Nazi responsible A w
the gas chamber murders of
thousands of Jews in Hungary.'
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MONDAY, MARCH M. 195
s Look Like CHaraflpI
Yogi Drives In Five Runs
On 4 Hits To Rout Dodgers
- NEW YORK, March 25 (UP) Yogi Berra is
swinging that big bat again and it's no coinci coinci-;dence
;dence coinci-;dence that the New York Yankees are looking like
world cnampions again,
Even a pre-game ligament
. sprain suffered by Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle was glossed over as the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee nounded out 16 hits for a
14-4 victory over the Brooklyn
Dodgers yesterday to even me
"Spring World Series" at one
game each. Mantle's Injury he
stepped into a gopher hole while
running In the outfield Is ex expected
pected expected to sideline him for a week
jfrnt Is not considered serious.
With Mantle out of action, it
was up to Berra to swing the
big stick for the Yankees and.
he did lust that hammering
, out a triple, double and two sin singles
gles singles In six tries to knock In five
runs. Billy Martin and rookie
Tony Kubek collected three hits
each and Gil McDougald homer homered
ed homered to provide the other big blows
In the Yankees' attack.
Art Ditmar and Bobby Shantz,.
Kansas City's winter gifts to
the champions, divided tne
pitching chores, for the Yankees
and limited the Dodgers to elht
hits, including Gino Clmoli's
two-run homer. Ditmar yielded
six hits through the first six in innings
nings innings and Shantz allowed only
three in the final three frames.
The smashing triumph was
a tonic to Casey Stengel who
had seen the Yankees blow
' ,,tthree of their four previous
Total In NIT
games in which they were out out-scored,
scored, out-scored, 32-13. The Yankees'
spring record now. is 9-7.
Tom Morgan and Tom Gor Gorman,
man, Gorman, both former Yankees, col collaborated
laborated collaborated in a one-hit pitching
job that paced the Kansas City
Athletics to a 4-0 win over the
Washington Senators. Morgan
yielded the' hit a single by Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yost In the "fifth inning
but faced only 15 men as the
Washington third-baseman was
immediately cut down in a dou double
ble double play. Gorman yielded two
walks as the two Kansas City
pitchers faced only 29 batters.
Sam Jones, obtained In a win winter
ter winter dear with the Chicago Cubs,
hurled seven shutout innings
without issuing a walk and
struck out six as the St. Louis
Cardinals beat the Milwaukee
The big right-hander also
scored the Cardinals' only run
after opening the third inning
with a walk. Hoyt Wilhelm
closed it out for the Cardinals
n his sixth Shutout relief per performance
formance performance of the Grapefruit
Vic Wertz's three-run homer
and three-hit pitching by Herb
Score and Don Mossi enabled
the Cleveland Indians to whip
the New York Giants, 4-3. Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays smashed his sixth hom homer
er homer of the spring for the Giants,
who had a two-run rally in the
ninth fall short. A crowd of 18, 18,-491
491 18,-491 turned out at Los Angeles
the city which hopes to provide
a new home for the Dodgers.
The Pittsburgh Pirates scored
their ninth win In 14 games
when they beat the Philadelphia
Phillfes, 5-3, behind the eight eight-hit
hit eight-hit pitcing of Ron Kline and Bob
Purkey. The pirate infield reeled
off five double plays to com compensate
pensate compensate for three errors.
Moe Drabowsky and Tom Po Po-holsky
holsky Po-holsky tossed a seven-hitter as
the Chicago Cubs downed the
Baltimore orioles, 8-2. The Cubs,
aided by three errors, scored six
runs in the fourth inning a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Charley Beamon, prize
Dave" Philley's three-run
first-'nning homer sparked the
Chicago White Sox to an 8-1
victory over the Cincinnati
Rediegs that ended a four four-game
game four-game Chisox losing skein. Billy
Pierce, Jerry Staley and Ellis
Kinder limited the Rediegs to
Rav Boone, Harvey Kuenn,
Frank Boiling and Reno Bertoia
homered as the Detroit Tigers
walloped the Toronto Maple
Leafs, 15-3, and Heywood Sulli Sullivan's
van's Sullivan's two-run. lOth-inning hom homer
er homer gave the Boston Red Sox a 5 5-4
4 5-4 decision over the Sap Francis
co Seals in other games.
NEW YORK, March 25 (UP)
Memo to North Carolina and Kan Kansas:
sas: Kansas: Don't count on dominating
the college basketball scene next
season not with Bradley around,
y Many who watched Bradley
. sweep to the National invvaiion
Tournament championship with a
record three game point score felt
coach Chuck Orsborn s Braves
i were in a class with the two
' NCAA finalists. Bradley won the
NIT Saturday afternoon when
Shellie McMillon sank a three
point play with only 29 seconds re
maining to edge dead-game Mem
pVs State, 84-83.
.' Every member of this talent
rich Bradley team headed by
driving Bobby Joe Mason and Mc Mc-'Millon
'Millon Mc-'Millon is due back next season.
.There wasn't a senior on this
Not only that, but 0 r s b o r n
maintains: "We, should be a better
team next year. Our freshman
tefm this season had a 15 0 re
.So evenly balanced was Brad
ley's talent that Win Wilfong of
Memphis State won the tourna tournament
ment tournament most valuable player award
Wilfong scored 31 points in a gal gal-l4nt
l4nt gal-l4nt losing effort Saturday for a
tttal of 89 in four games. For a
six foot two forward, he also did
some excellent reboondirig.
tn beating upset-minded Mem Memphis
phis Memphis State, Bradley wasted away
a! 15-pomt first-half lead, fell be behind
hind behind by 10 points in the second
half, and then came battling back
to win before a nationwide (CBS)
television audience and a crowd of
11,327 at Madison Square Garden.
It was one of the most thrilling
title games in the 20-year history
of the NIT.
Wilfong and little Jack Butcher
sparked the inspired rally which
produced 15 straight points and
put Memphis State ahead, 64 54,
in the sixth minute of the second
The Braves' fortunes changed
after they switched to a full court
pressing defense. Cable hit three
consecutive one-handed set shots,
and Wilfong fouled out at the 16 16-minute
minute 16-minute mark. Butcher's driving
layup put Memphis State in front,
.83-81. with 1:08 to play, but the
Tennessee Tigers couid not freeze
itae ball successfully.
;';:'.'They had too many shooters
for us," conceded Bob Vanatta,
the personable Memphis State
It wai an ironic setback f( 1 Boston acainst WnllvwnoH
Vanatta, who had recruited and Hollywood.
htpej develop these Bradley,
KANSAS CITY,' Mo., March 25
(UP) North Carolina's Tar
Heels squeezed through two triple triple-overtime
overtime triple-overtime games to win the NCAA
basketball championship and
coach Frank McGuire admitted
today, "it's uncanny how we could
nave kept our undefeated season
McGuire was preparing to coach
the fcast suqad in tonight s East East-West
West East-West Shrine all-star game here
and waiting for the hubbub over
fights during the national cham championship
pionship championship game to die down.
' "We were lucky, awfully luc lucky
ky lucky all season long in the clot
games," ha said, "but our goys
always kept their poise and
came through in the clutch. 1
gus that's the mark of cham cham-ioni."
ioni." cham-ioni." The Tar Heels had to go through
three overtimes to top. Michigan
State in the semi-finals, 74-40, and
through three more to win the
national championship from Kan
sas, 54-53, Saturday night.
But when it was all over, Coach
Dick Harp of Kansas and all oth others
ers others agreed that North Carolina
truly is the nation's No. 1 team.
Three rhubarbs broke out dur during
ing during the last two overtime periods.
The second-saw Tommy Kearhs
of North Carolina take a swing at
Gene Elslun of Kansas, for anoth another
er another flagrant foul.
In between, McGuire was ac accused
cused accused of, but denied, yelling at
Harp, "you phoney you," I'll punch
you right in the eye."
McGuire did say that a Kansas
assistant coach (Jack Eskridge)
"rushed up and shoved me."
North Carolina won the game
with juniors, an indication the
Tar Heels might shoot for a sec
ond straight crown next season to
match San Francisco s record.
Bid By Elks Earl Mullins
f A-f 4
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
GETTING IN A LITTLE PRACTICE Taking time out from
his talks with British Prime Minister' Macmillan, president
Eisenhower (right) gets some .coaching on the golf course at
the Mid-Ocean Club, Tucker's Town, Bermuda, from Archie
Compston, the club professional.
Yankees against Brooklyn
Cincinnati against St. Louis at
Wichita against Milwaukee at
phia at Clearwater.
But McGuire said, "we'll have
a good tum, sure, but we'll nv
r be able to match our perfect
record of this teas on. And w
won't worry about the champion championship.
ship. championship. We play our gam on at
McGuire had only two seniors
on the team that ran up 32 straight
wins this season, All-Amencan Len Len-nie
nie Len-nie Rosenbluth and Bob Young.
Rosenbluth fouled out with 1:45
remaining in the regulation time
Young played in the overtime but
he. was not a key lac tor.
Joe Quegg, a 6-9 junior, won
the game for North Carolina with
a pair of free throws with six sec seconds
onds seconds left in the third overtime.
He sealed Kansas' fate by batting
down a pass to Chamberlain on the
post with three seconds left.
Armed Forces To Get
Tom Hughes April 16
Fireballinjr righthander Tom Tommy
my Tommy Hughes is slated for in induction
duction induction into the Armed Forces
April 16, The Sporting News of
March 27 has reported.
Hughes, the son of Canal
Zone Police Sgt. Wllr'am
Hughes and Mrs. Hughes, was
an outstanding Cristobal High
School athlete and has pitch pitched
ed pitched for the Chesterfield Smok Smokers
ers Smokers of the Panama Pro League.
Tommy, who won IS games
for Houston) Class AA Texas
League last summer and re remained
mained remained in the U.S. during the
winter, is considered a bright
prospect in the St. Louis Car Cardials
dials Cardials chain,
Fm iaT TmI
1 11 I V la I II
Apache Sets Native
" Won Lost Pet
Lincoln Life 2 .750
Police S 4 .555
Elks 1414 5 4 .555
Seymour Agency 3 5 .375
Spur Cola ......... 3 5 .375
Gibraltar Life .... J .375
The expensive and hard-running
British colt Chiroke added
another impressive victory to
his lonjr string- and established
himself as a prohibitive favorite
for next Sunday's $7,500 added
Francisco Arias Paredes classic
by racing to an easy four-length
victory in the featured $1000
seven furlong sprint for first
and second series thoroughbreds
yesterday afternoon at the
President Remon racetrack.
Ruben Vasqiea got the son of
Kingstone-Alpine Vista off to a
good start, hustled him along
close to the pace, moved him to
the front leaving the back
stretch and drove him to the
wire In a record equalling ef effort,
fort, effort, chiroke tied the track rec--ord
for the distance jointly held
by Paquiro and Melendez with a
Second choice Eric wag the
runnerup ancrGavilan came on
to finish third when pacesetter
Gonetino slowed down to a vir virtual
tual virtual walk in the homestretch.
Chiroke paid $3.20 win.
Apache, a baa trailer tus lour
previous times out, yesterday
suddenly regained top form
and flashed to a record-breaking
victory In the mile race
for Class "A" natives. His 1:42
1-5 was four-fifths of a second
better than the old mark loint loint-ly
ly loint-ly held by himself and Ocean
Detroit against White Sox
Kansas Citk against Washing Washington
ton Washington at Orlando.
team st Lakeland.
ANTHONY QUINN In
against Cleveland at
ta?-s which, he coached at the
Peoria, 111., university during the
twp previous seasons, with Ors Ors-born
born Ors-born as his assistant.
Bradley's total of 294 points for St. Louis 1. Milwaukee
inic games was a louroamem uieveiana 4, uiants 3
Yankees 14, Brooklyn 4
Whit Sox 8, Cincinnati 1
reeord, breaking the mark of 266
sef, last year by Louisville's cham champions.
pions. champions. hi the third place consolation
gape. Temple trounced St. Bona Bona-Ttature
Ttature Bona-Ttature 67-50.
Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 3
Kansas City 4. Wa.hington 0
Cubs 8, Baltimore 2
Detroit 15, Toronto 0
Boston 5. San Francisco 4
BERLIN, March 25 (UP)
Czech runner Emu Zatopek has
withdrawn his decision to retire,
the East German Communist Par
ty newspaper Neuei Deutschland
The newspaper in a dispatch
from Prague said Zatopek has de decided
cided decided to continue running the five
r 10-kilometer races and per
hans the marathon.
Zatopek said in an Interview ne
has wanted to retire but nis aeci
sion had been overruled by the
Czech Sports Organization.
"My comrades had another opi
nion' he was quoted as saying.
"They thought It was too early.
Good, the Collective had decided.
I will run the five or 10 kilome
ters and perhaps the marathon.
Zatopek said he gained nine
pounds after his operation. He
now weigne its pounas. tui nor
mal weight is 138.
Today Encanto 35- J20
Yul Brynner In
. Robert Arthur In
' "Desperados Are In Town"
Today IDEAL 2Q -.
Cary Grant In
"TO CATCH A THIEF"
Mutuels choices and second
favorites dominated the card.
Little Br aulio Baeza topped
the jockeys with four victories
Teloreo, Liboria, Rosario and
Elko while Ruben Vasquez in increased
creased increased his margin as leader in
the first semester rider's contest
with three, Ruben scored aboard
Chiroke, San Cristobal and Gen Gen-izarito.
izarito. Gen-izarito. r
1 Teloreo $6, 4.20.
2 Grimilda $13.20.
1 San Cristobal $4, 2.80.
2 La Gaxza Ladra' $3.80.
First Double: $14
1 Esteban (excluded from bet
2-Kalalu $1, 4.20.
3 Nacho $3.40.
1 Liboria $3.20. 2.40.
2 Fabionet $3.20.
1 Apache $5.20.
2 Lady Edna $5.60.
l-Genizrlto M 0, 2 80.
2 GramM' S3 0.
1 TtMinto 56, 6.
2 LU-boat $2.40.
Second IVmhle: S18.20
1 Rosario $6 60. 3.
2 Ameri"an Maid
tFehrer II 0, 3.80.
1 ChlroV. S3.20, 2.20.
2 Eric $2.20.
Elks 3, Spur Cola ft
Earl Mulllns 'came as close as
any one can to a perfect game
when he took the measure- of
the Spur Cola team 3-0 Friday.
The first seventeen men that
faced him were retired In a row
without a semblance of a base
hit. With two outs, the last man
in the spur cola lineup came up
to the plate. h.
Mumns quickly got two strikes
on Whitney, who then took two
balls and with the count of two
and two Whitney got a foul tip
which eluded the catcher.
He then worked Whitney for
another ball, and with the full
count of three and two, Whitney
fouled off seven pitches, which
kept the spectators in suspense,
then tapped on in front of the
Qulros fielded the ball but
threw the apple over the first
baseman's head into right field.
and Whitney went all the way
to third. On the next pitch he
tried to come home to srioil the
snuc out, nut he was a dead
Despite th last man snoillne-
the perfect same. Mulllns did
gain a no-hit no-run victorvl
The win kept the Elks' hopes
alive for the second half cham championship,
pionship, championship, because if Lincoln Life
should lose their two remaining
games, the Elks could gain a
Editor: CONRADQ SARGEANT
B.H.S. Bulldogs; Albroolc
Tangle In Dual Track Meet
Tomorrow. at Balboa Stadium
The box score:
Elks Ab R
Stoudnor 2b 3 0
Gangle rf 3 0
Austin ss 3 0
Mulllns p 3 1
Burton 3b 2 0
Bettsack cf ............ 2 0
Quiros c 2 i
Poore If J ft
Bowen 3b a
Bradshaw cf 2
Zelnick lb 2
Starkenberg ss 2
Albritton 2b 2
Arnold J. rf 1
Whitney c 2
Balboa Hi Bh SfTionT will ha Wt
10 ine Albrook Fivers in trark
and field meet tomorrow after
noon at Balboa Stadium. Field e e-vents
vents e-vents will start at 3:30 and the
track events will get underway at
4 o'clock. Fans, are, reminded that
there will be no charge for this
meet and there are plenty of eoori
seats available in the 5 remodeled
Albrook is the defending chimm
in the' Balboa Relav. and i. the
first local track team to defeat
the Bulldogs in a dual track meet
since 1949. The Flyers turned the
ine jasi year oy taking a 65-48
victory, mis year's edition of the
Albrook Flyers is a bit smaller in
number, but it is still a very taU
emea group 01 athletes, and thev
should take the meet by about 10
This will probablv be the Flv.
ers' final meet before the Relavs
On April 5. and vou can bet vour
bottom dollar coach Al Guidet will
be doing plenty of exprimenting
with his charges. Even, so, he has
iue yuwci vu iK me majoruy oi
iirsis, ana just enougn 01 the sec second
ond second and third to emerge victori
In John Turner the Flyers have
the outstanding distance man cur currently
rently currently running in the Canal Zone
In his last outing he won both the
mile and 880, taking the former
wiht a 3:54 plus clocking. He has
been bothered with sore ankles
and has had bis training severely
retarded, so with the added work
there is no teling how fast he
might run that mile. v
Turner will be running9: against
Helnztman, his own teammate,
and Abel Lagassie of the Bull
dogs. Lagassie, only a sophomore,
has improved with each meet, and
this might be the time for him to
run under the i minute clocking.
If so, he will be pushing both Tur
ner and Heinztman more than ex expected
pected expected V' ui,, .;-.iiy v,.
- In the sprints the Bulldogs bold
their surest edce with Dan Winkln.
sky. Charlie French and : Owen
Sutherland, the other top Bulldog
sprinters won't see action against
the Flyers as they are both rest
ing sore legs, in order to be rea ready
dy ready for the League meet Friday
and the Relaeys on April 5th. Win.
klosky should take both the 100
and 220, however, but Guidt will
make him hustle in the century.
In the hurdles the Flyers have
too much strength for the high
school lads. Danny. Mescal! would
take the highs,, and Guidet the
lows. Bob Toothman, fast improv improving
ing improving Balboa hurler, might made
more of race out of the highs
than anticipated, however, for he
got a very fine 16.3 time in the
meet Friday against J.C. No high high-schooler
schooler high-schooler can touch Guidet. nithe
Although the fly boys should
take the first place honors in both
the weights, the Bulldogs have
sufficient talent to get points here.
John Clark, one of the most ver versatile
satile versatile track men around the parts,
will give the Flyers a first in the
shot, but Bob Fearon, BHS cap captain,
tain, captain, has been upping his dis distance
tance distance steadily and might catch
Clark if the airman has an off aft-
erlnoon. r ;
The jumps and-relays are hard
to figure, but after it is all over
the two teams should just about
have broken even in the o oi ri t s
earned in these events. The 'Ball 'Ball-dogs
dogs 'Ball-dogs should take the shorter relay.
the 440 yards, while the Flyers
should take the mile baton pass passing
ing passing event, but this is one place
the red and whit lads from BHS
could pull an upset.
18 0 0
i back from
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REBEL IN TOWN
MAN FROM DEL
Double Attraction I
Sal Mineo In
ROCK, PRETTY BABY!
Esther Williams In
THE UNGUARDED MOMENT
with Danny Kaye
FROUD AND THE
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DIABLO BUSINESS WOMEN'S
Abernatby Wins Over Boyd Bros.
By downing the second place
Boyd Brothers team, Abernathy
bowlers again established a two
game lead. Led by Marge Rodg
ers with high single game of 188
and also high series of 530 and
Pauline Ray with 478. Abernathy
took two games from Boy a
Brothers. Maxlne Johnsen with
473 and Tex Wray with 452 were
high for Boyd Brothers.
No Ml Diga Lounge won in a
clean sweep from Panama Cig Cigarettes
arettes Cigarettes and moved into fourth
place. The Loungers were led by
Tbelma Cam by with a 465 series
and Betty Rose with 429. Lil
Gunn with 475 and Del Peters
with 432 were high for the losers.
1 For the second week the last
place Salon Alex team won all
three points. Led by Eva Stinson
with 480 and Murrell Mltchussen
with 425, Salon Alex downed
Mountain Dew. Marge Land and
pat Hunter were high lor Moan
Chevrolet-Bute k moved Into
fifth place gaining three points
by forfeit from the pan Ameri American
can American Airways team.
KANSAS CITY mpv Nnrti
-rouna eagea 'Kansas, 54-53, in
triple overtime to win the NCAA
a ,Y?KK r (up Bradley
ucicaicu juempnis State, 54-83, in
winning the National Invitation
casseioau Tournament at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden.
HALLENDALEr Fla. (UP
wiHie nanacK guiaed sardstown
10 a nau-iength victory over Fa Fa-bius
bius Fa-bius in the $126,600 Gulfstream
BOWIE, Md. (UPV A bril bril-liant
liant bril-liant stretch run enabled' Promis Promised
ed Promised Land to win the $35,750 Gover
nor s, uom tup at Bowie.
MELBOURNE, Aus. (UP)
Aiervyn uncoin ran the mile in
3:59.0 and become the 11th man
in history to run the mile in less
tnaa lour minutes.
SEBRING. Fla. fUPi Juan
Fangio drove his Maserati to vic victory
tory victory in the rugged 12-hour Sebrina
sports car race in which Ameri
can driver -Bob Goldnch lost his
Boyd Brothers .....46
Panama Cigarettes 41
No Ml Diga Lounge;. 36
Mountain Dew ..... 35
Chevrolet Butek . 3)
Pan-American Air. 32 J
Baloa Alex 26 V4
BOSTON TUP) A third
straight triumph over the Syra
cuse Nets. 83-60. moved the Bos
ton Celtics into the final round of
the National Basketball Associa
MIAMI BEACH (UP) -Slee-
aer ai Balding finished one stroke
ahead of Chick Herbert to win the
$7,500 Miami Beach Open.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)
Sophomore star Wilt Chamberlain
was named the Host Valuable
Player in the NCAA Basketball
MIAMI, Fla. (UP) Mickey
MntL of thcTankeca tennMl In
wet a sole in the outfield and suffered
27 la sprained foot which will keen
3 joim macuve tor at wast a ween.
39 I MIAMI BEACH (UP) Herb
39 Vi Flam whipped Merry a Rose in
40 I three straight sets to retire the
43 Good Neighbor Tennis Champioa Champioa-4ttjslup
4ttjslup Champioa-4ttjslup trophy. ..
II. Y. (ily Council
Dodger Stadium Site
NEW YORK, March 25 (UP)
The president of New York's
City Council has called for an
end to "this cold war about the
Dodgers leaving Brooklyn" and
suggested a compromise site for
a new Dodger ballpark in Brook Brooklyn.
lyn. Brooklyn. Council president Abe Stark.
appearing on a television show,
said yesterday taht continued
taut about a possible Dodger
move to Los Angeles "isn't doing
the fans or the people of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn any good."
Stark, who has a powerful
voice in tne municipal govern'
ment, sharply criticized the aug
gested site for a new Dodger
stadium in the heart of down downtown
town downtown Brooklyn as too expensive
10 purcnase ana too likely to
create traffic Jams in an already
Stark suggested instead 11V
acres of the 39 Vi acre parade
ground In Brooklyn as a stadium
site. -; ..
Although the parade ground,
a nara area now usea tnr a&na
lot baseball and football. Is more
remote from downtown Brook
lyn than the Dodgers' present
home in Ebbets Field, Stark
pointed out that it is readily ac
cessible from two main high
ways and Is served by two sub subway
way subway lines and three bus lines. He
also said that construction of
underground parking would be
possible at this site.
Stark said that he would make
his suggestion both to the board
of estimate, the city's top ruling
DOdy, ana to the Brooklyn sports
Center Authority, the body
which has beer set up to con consider
sider consider a new stadium. He said
park commissioner Robert Mose
seemed friendly to th Idea in a
Mayor Robert F. Wagner said
that the city would 'move a-
head" if a report aow being
made up on the downtown site
is favorable, adding. If it la not,
then "we will consider some other
Dodsrer President Walter O
Malley, whose reaction to Stark's
snreestion was not known, has
Insisted only a short time re-; his mind whether or not to move
main before be must make up tne team irom Brooklyn;
Balboa High Tops
In Dual Track Meet
The thin-clads of 'Balboa High
Pded Jup nine first places te Jun Jun-ioer
ioer Jun-ioer College's five in the, dual
track meet held Friday.
- J unior College won the 440 yd.
dash, the 880 yd. run., shot put.
discus and high Jump. -.Balboa
High came through In
all the other events, looking parti-'
cularly good in the burde races
and picking up uncontested firsts
in the two relay events; the mile mile-and
and mile-and the pole vault: -t 1 ;
Both sou ads exoept. hi
better times and distances in all
events in the forthcoming trian triangular
gular triangular meet and th Ralhn. r.
High Jump: l. Quezada (JC;,1
C. Toothman (B), 3. Leves (B)
Pederson (B Heilht: 5 ft. $ in.
(Tied meed record).
Broad Jump: 1. Toussieh (B),
2. Barbier (B), 3. Cosca (B) Dis Distance:
tance: Distance: 18 ft. 7V4 in.
Shot Put: l. Morrii (JC, 2.
Fearon (B), 3. Higgins (JC) Dis Distance:
tance: Distance: 51 ft. 10H in. (new meet
record, and new interscholaatie
High Hurdles; 1. B. Toothman
(B), 2. Richter (JC), 1 Halvosa
(B) Time 16.3 (new meet record
100 yds: 1." Rivera fD). 2 Bar.
bara (B, 3. Trower (B) Time:
Mile: 1. Leeassie fB). 2. FeentT
(B), 3. Suarez (B) Time: 5:Q8.
440 yds: 1. Ravbourne (JC). 2.
Winklosky (B. 3. Holt .(B) Time:
53.2 (new meet record.
440 Relay: 1. BHS (Trower, Ri Rivera,
vera, Rivera, Halvosa, Morer Time: 48.S
niscus: 1. Higgins (JC), 2.
More (B). 3. Morris (JC) Dis-.
tancej 121 ft. 5 in. i
Low-Hurdles: L. Barbara (B,
Trower (B). 8. Hera fJO
880 yds.: 1. Jenkins (JO. 2.
Sharp (B), 3. Nahmad (B: Time:
220 yds: 1 Winklosky (B). i Ri-
vera B), 3. Raybeurn ( JC)
MUe Relay: 1 BHS (Toothman,
Leves', Holt, Lagassie) Time: 3:53.-
Pole Vault: 1. Halvosa 10 fB).
2. Corrigan (B), 3. Galloway (B)
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, JHOSDAY, MARCH 25, 195? t .VJ
TEW PANAMA AMERICA AN PfDETENDEXT FiAILT NEWSMPEX ,.
f- r f AGE SEYCl
A tian tic Teenage Qh
TT (l sTf TtriVTi aT"!
' I ,1 i ni
OUT OF DOORS with
j CROOKED AS DOG'S LEG
.., : By jos Stetson v -j
' - -ig Editor
" WHEN dog moves he must
travel under his center of gravity,
which means pretty much under
center line - -.
Ta e.t hi under his center
line, a tall dog's legs need slant
but .little and there need De out
small turn of pasters to .apply
thrust in a straight line from the
'- Thus, tall dogs can be and us usually
ually usually are almost straight as well
as long legged.
i Let's consider the short legged
dog. .His legs must not only bend
under the body toward the center
line, but must then straighten out
again .at the pastern so that the
thrust is vertical and in line with
the body. t.
. Since it' must da this lit a rela
tively short distance, it must of,j
necessity be more crooxea man
, the leg of a tall dog.
This need to be under the center
of gravity is more essential for the
forelegs than the hind sinco tneJ
forelegs must carry the weight of
the heavier end of the body plus
the head and neck. The hind legs
function primarily, for propulsion.
So, among our shorter legged
friends, we find what we call the
''fiddle" or ."Chippendale" ironis.
-When you look -at the Dandle
ninmonts. Sealvhams. dachshunds,
bassets, Skyes and the many other
longer bodied, snorter aogs, re remember
member remember that there is good reason
for the! structure of their umos."
Were th lees straight down
tmm tha rorncrs. thev would be
committed to the rolling gait oi me
hulldoe. which rolls to the right and
left over his legs like a fat man
who must walk with WS leei wiae
Thft 'curved oJ .shorter legged
nature's neat trick of a
dapting shorter legs so that they
ran annlv themselves lo a iob o-
l riginally intended for long ones.
Softball competition for the C
League and basketball for the
B League : both got under way
during the past week In. the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa f Junior-Senior High Intra
mural snorts program. with tne
school year goinfr Into its final
quarter the competition is get get-tW
tW get-tW intense among the boys as
,they strive tor me covcww -wards
a$he end of the school
In .the lour team softball
league, each club played a prac practice
tice practice game,, and then started tne
official' league play. Bob Rath Rath-sjeber,
sjeber, Rath-sjeber, captain of the Yankees,
paced his teajn i tos 10-tp-0
whit.cwa.ah of the Giants. Rath-
geber was the Mf sticker when
the TanKees 1 maritea hii.,iiub
runs ;in the third inning, B
blasted a home run .with, one
mate aboard on bis first time
up, and when he became the
tenth batter of the inningv -he
parked another one out of the
lot, this time with two men on
Combined with the heavy hit hit-tins:
tins: hit-tins: of :the Yankees'-was Doug
JU.IT Wilson, tiant tnira oaae
naw iot".uw iw uv,'wuiiB wo
Yanks, blasted Jinl Bassett and
Al Muller for a total of 10 hits.
In the othet league game the
Dodgers won well playea tan
frame from the cardinals I to 3.
The hitting was pretty equal in
fea oama kit tYim TViHfrpra had
UUJ0 .a,.a muw wo
uperlor defensive play. Charlie
Rager was mt wg lic:er or
the winners, gettlns; a couple of
Ion; blowsdQwri the first base
line. ' w i'..'-- '-
Tho B League boys didn't take
tip any time with practice
games, but Jumped right into
league action. Alter one week of
eay which saw five games wrlt wrlt-n
n wrlt-n into, the score book, two
teams emerged as co-favorites
for th title. Alex Ruiz and his
Globe Trotters are one of these
while Roy Culbreth's Celtics are
The Globe Trotters won two
tjratnes, taking the Hawkeyes 55
to 23, and then having to come,
from behind in the fourth quar
ter to defeat the Tarheels 38-32.
The Hawkeyes showed they were
going to be in contention, how however,
ever, however, for they came back later in
the week to defeat' the Tarheels
an to 14. The Tarheels, lead by
Rav Caldwell, played three
games during the week, and
managed to take a low scoring
contest from the Dons to sal salvage
vage salvage something from ttfe week's
action. Score of this game was
15 to 12. The Dons lost their
second game of the week when
they ran into wnai many ieei ts
the best team in the league, the
Celtics.. The Celtics romped to a
45-18 wi nover the Dons :
Alex Ruia paced, his team: to
both' its victories. Against the
Hawkeyes he scored 19 and a-
painst tne TarneeisJie was epua n,.r.nxrrnM yttptii,
for .15. Tom Cunningham jetted' t.Bewimt-.Sefviea said today
17 points fof the Hawkeyes in';"' lpa,.. .h.gehali 'is.lust
meir win over, mo iukM.i ,u KDi. ...
At Mt. Hope
- The third and final game ta
dec Jie the Atlantic Teenage
Lteague ,e ha mpionship .will
take place under the lights at
Iount Hope Stadium this
evening. Starting time is 7:15.
'. While manager. M'ke Green Green-has
has Green-has annnu need his- lineup
more or less as anticipated by
the fans, manager Henry Lutz
has shaken the. Motta lBneup
considerably. ... . v
t f ..,'r ,
Here' how the teams will
' line up for the big game of the
Prohibitive 1-2 Odds
On Yankees Irks Rivals
fey .OSCAll FRALEY
Humphries, as --
. Venus, If i
. Bruce, cf
' Gougen, e
...... 4 .. .. .. . jr.,' .
Wilder, as f
. Leon, If
. Kulig, p
, Sanders, lb
t ; Donahue, 3b
, Morland, 2b
NEW YORK (UP) Th
York .-Yankees are a prohibitive
1 to 2 favorite today ,to retain tne
American League pennant and. the
situation1 has the remainder of the
revenge-minded loop in a slow
AI Loner.' k who while at Cleve-
land earned the distinction of ''be
ing the 'only man t top thent in
the :last eight years, has a fresh
approach.'. Now piloting the White
Sox, he thinks too much is written
about hpw theYanks are going to
win. .,.. y '' ( ;
Eventually, ; he says; ;the
kee farm club." On the surface,
r the Yanks did it aeain- when thev
Newjobtainel Art Dltmar and Bobby
Shantz from the A's: Ditmar has
been tabbed by no less than Casey
dienget as a possiDie xo-game win winner
ner winner with" the Yankees and Shantz
could be a relief wonder.
It remains to be seen how well
Bitmap and Shants do. 'Whether
they admit it or not, Irv Noren
By HARRY GRAYSON
MIAMI, Fla. (NEA) There
was every indication that young
loyd I'atterson had put the breath
of life back Into the heavyweight
division when he belted out old Ar
chie Moore at the Chicago Stadi'
um Is ast Nov, 30,
But the' way things are going
and Mickey McDermolt now have j we'll have to wait until next fall
paid ,up memberships in the anU-; to get any such pleasing result,
Hack ... i
f : .
earned hfs 'trfp'to
players oft the' other 'teams are the country m a 2-S record last
coins' to start behevinr it, "too
You might X be pardoned for!
thinking that other playerl sub subscribe
scribe subscribe to this theory.',After all, the
Yankees have won seven pennants
and i six 'world championships in
those past eight seasons. "v
Work 'Against Them
year. Bur, going back to. play for
Lou- Boudreau, a- nan for whom
he won. IS, games at Boston in
1953,v he could possibly recapture
some of that old fdrpi particular particular-lywheaent
lywheaent particular-lywheaent against the Yankees.
- . 1. . j:
ioren. too. odvidusiy was ais-
gruntled with; his i trade !snd' in with the winner squaring oil with
That's when Patterson most likely
will defend the championship a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Eddie Machen, the most
spectacular big combatant of the
Jim Norris : could hive contrib contributed
uted contributed stimulating news when be
left Gulf stream Park and his Coral
Gables home for New York. That
would have been the announce announcement
ment announcement that Hurricane Tommy Jack
son would tackle Machen in June
while Harrel Womble was good
for eight in the tame tney iosi
to the Globe Trotters, a. ; s
Doug Palak has paced the
Tarheels in all their games,
scoring six aeainst the Pons, six
against tn HawKeyes.ana; n a-t
trainst inerTJIODe -lroncra. .;: ouu
Reynolds and fid Dolan have
been the scorers for1 the Dona.
Reynolds got 8 points in game
with the Tarheels and Dolan got
g against the Celtics. It remain
ed tor Roy cuieretn or me cet
tics to take individual scoring
honor for the week, however, as
he ran up 23 pomts as his team
romped' to their win over the
Dons. ";x '"'
s C League Softball
Team Won Lost Pet.
Yankees .. .. .. .. 1 0 1000
Dodgers 1 0 1.000
Giants .. ..01 Ssm
Cardinals .. .. 0 1 .000
B League Basketball
Globe Trotters ..i 2 0 .1.000
Celtics 10 1000
Hawkeyes .. .. 1- 1 .500
Tarheels 1 2 -333
Dons .. .. .. .. 0 2 .000
another- business to us..
' The government's ta ; attitude
toward baseball came up in the
wake of the Boston Red Sox million-dollar
offer for Cleveland fire-;
bailer Herb Score. The Indians
turneddown the bid, but admit admitted
ted admitted they" were awed by its. size.
An Internal Revenue spokesman
said major league baseball, under
tax laws,: is treated the same as
any; other big corporation and is
required to pay a 52 per cent cOf cOf-porate
porate cOf-porate tax on profits of the teams.
Under, a 1922 Supreme 'Court de decision;
cision; decision; baseball enjoys exemptions
from the anti-trust- laws.
But the sterling trades- by which
the Yankees regularly have man managed
aged managed to cement their position at
the ton eventually may begin to
work against them. -
Consider : the recent deal with
ihm Kancac V.itv Athlptirs a team
which is earning dubious fame: enough, eventually those Yankee
among its compatriots as a yan- odds may change,
the kind of steam which pays off
in over-the-head production when
be faces his old teammates.
..There are a bunch of ex-Yankees-
around the American League
who like nothing better than to
beat New York. ;
If you get enough guys mad
Patterson in September.
Instead, ringworms got the "ex "exciting"
citing" "exciting" communique that Machen
would belt the ancient Joey Ma-
"ynnmiiiiiiii ii mi mi. : '.,:'
f r' n'T-
" n rl, v --"
pr' ? u 'A.
i J t f 7
. V 't 'X .mill
' -. A'!'!
Hurricane. Tommy Jackson
rylV out- h? csnnot Pssib,y et a "He could do .it"
on Derby Eve, May, 3. The boss' champlon; , WOuld. want to see
players can t wait. ,. with r.t n vnrir hiaofr.Vnntamw h
vein and people
see the show., the
With Greater New York black-contender for the heavvweicht
There is considerable more than ed out of television, a return with championship should be next to the
The Internal Revenue spokes
man rubbed a good deal pf gloss
off the price tag on Score from
the Cleveland viewpoint, He said
if the Indians, usually a big draw
ing team In their mammoth Mu
nicipal Stadium, pan break .e'en
en operating expenses this rear
then the offer for Score would be
classed as a profit if they made
the big deal.
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
i -. t --:x
By GILBEBTO BURTON
Standings March 'U
Won Lost GB
Kg ................ 1 0
Nehl ; S I
Tlvoli Motors ...... 5 3 tVt
Tropelco ........... 4 9 4
fiommer's Sparks 1 Mi
Mutual Of Omaha, .1 7 tYt
TivolTMotors stopped an 8-
gam Elga victory streak with a
thrilfina: 18-15 victory. Elgas
French ran Into plenty trouble
as Tivoli batsmen reached him
for seven runs In two frames.
Briefly halted by reliever Bon Bon-nick
nick Bon-nick in the third inning, TivoU's
bats erupted like an active vol volcano
cano volcano tn the fourth and fifth for
10 runs, carew'a powerful bat
beat a 4-4 tattoo In a vain at attempt
tempt attempt to lead Elga to victory.
A. Barber, cf 4
J. French, p 0
R. Bonnick. p 4
This would mean that after tin
cle Sara took his tax : bite, they
would receive only 480,000 for-the
strike-out king or the sale price.
less me sz per cent corporate tax.
: The Red Sox, on the other hand,
couio cnarge oh me enure one
million as an operating expense
lor uus year, i .'
Totals 37 15 13
Winning pitcher: R. Long..
Losing pitcher: Jose French.
Umpires: IV Sobers, C. Lindsay.
Tune; 1:37. Scorer: Alfonso pe
i i ,' :,
. Most 3-Base Hits
R. Carew. Elga
A. Mayers, Tlvoli Motors
Tlvoli Motors 170 37018 10 ft F. Graham, Nehl ...
I. Barber, Elga .....
R. Carew, Elga ...
Sere By Innings
303 30515 13 10
. Ab H Avg.
R. Carew, Elga ... 32 23 -719
I. Barber, Elga ... 30 19 .633
R. Bowen, Mutual 25 12 .480
E. Farrell, Tropelco 28 13 .484
R. Long, Tlvoli .... 29 13 .448
Most 2-Bise HUs
R. Carew, Elga
I. Barber. Elea
F. Oraham, Nehl
The box score;
F. Belgrave. 2b .........
O. Ogarro; as .......... 1
N. Squires, as ......... J
V. JScantlrbury. If, cf .. 4
H. Long. Pi lb ....... 4
. A. Mayers, cf If . 4
T. Dixon, c ........... 3
C. Yeanrood, Tf ....... 2
O. Hlnd rf v 2
C. Parris, 3b '- 4
J. Jlmenea, lb ........ 2
U. Long, p 1
nor Lost Ave;.
OiStennett. Elga .... 5
It Long. Tivoli Motors 3
A.'fXington. 2b .....
H. Pacheco, 2b .......
K. Evelyn, 2b
R. Carew, u
I. Barber, lb ........
R. Richards, cf, rf ..
J. Stinnett. If
w Hubert, c .1
C. f r-n. rf
31 IS IS
l; Bonnick. Elga 1
2 carew, Elga ....... 1
l:Martinex. Nehi .... 1
1 Xlayers, T. Motors 1
2 Campbell, Nehl .... 2
0 'Most iBBinrs Pitched -I'D.
Campbell, Nehl .. 23 1-i
IE. Farrell. Tropelso 18 2-3
n i nnn
Meet Runs Sewed Off
A. Phillips. M. of Omaha ..
D. Campbell, Nehi
. 4 4 4'. Most Pi ts Off
. 3 3 2 D. Campbell. Nehi
.4 1 2 1. Jimene. Tivoli Motors
.4 0 1 MH rtrikeosU
. 4 2 0 D. Camrfcell, Kehl
o n o c r -'- -'"--,..
0MT ) ViamA
turns I HMrrauBa I
!! I I
helps you feel tetter s!l overt
STOWE, Vt. (NEA) The latest
hettina cimmick in spons :is the
Calcutta pool, in skiing .... not at
staid (despite promotion- era rui
running at nearby Suggler's Notch)
stnu ... hut at the flashier far
western resorts," where" the price,
on a Toni Sailer would, maae, a
rich Texan blanch : ;
" Bids td pilot iatlng cars, at well
as skint 60 miles an hour on slats,
are being dangled before Austrian
glamot- teoy. witter, tne-irtpie in
ner at trie tortina wimer uiyra
-Handsome .Toni. who beats even
Tyrone when it comes,, to j looks,
would father shoot pool or get lost
in the mountains hunting rabbits
than socialize ... and hasn't decia decia-ed
ed decia-ed whether to sign a movie con
tract... Like most skiers, he yells.
"Tshoo. tshoo. as he, whooshes
down a breakneck grade, the idea
being vto let off tension steam aH
Look -for Lioriv Durocher to do
"some play-by-play gabbing as part
of his baseball gameof-the-week
chore assisting Lindsey ivelson ...
When guard whiz Tommy Kearns
first came to Worth Carolina, lie
was such a poor foul shooter that.
it savs there, a padre in the area
was temnted to Co to Tommr and
ask him not to bless, himself before
each free throw "Makes the
church look bad. Incidentally.
one pro entrepreneur who doesn't
talk down Tar Heel hot-shot Lea
Rosenbluth as a National Basket
ball Association prospect is Garden
boss Ned Irish ... Maybe thinking
of him as a Knick draft choice?...
Irish, summing up the last-place
New York professionals' season:
"We even had one man (Ray Fe
lix) actually, fall asleep on the
bench durmg a game.! m.
Coif feud going on among the
women pros between Bev Hansen)
and Mickey Wright ... who used to
be the closest friends.., Man going.'
places in show business is baritone
uuy Gordon, who used to go places
as a schoolboy -football, basketball
and baseball star ... hell be m!
Broadway revived "Briga'doon.",
College moguls divided about hav having
ing having Red Grange continue in the
National Collegiate Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association football telecasts next fall...
To retain (restore wouldn't be
the right word) her svelteness.
Marlene Bauer Hagge lopped off
14 pounds... and hasnt won a tourn tournament
ament tournament this year -: .. ?
Cleveland could miss out on stag staging
ing staging the next Pan-American Games
because local officials didn't grab
8,100,000 advance and sew up the
projected 5 million federal p p-propriation
propriation p-propriation for the meet said
appropriation now endangered or
opposition of Sen. Frank
Lche i Look for thnr Guatema Guatemala
la Guatemala U sneak into the picture..
7hi is the plotting time of year
fur. football coaches .. and Paul
Brown, still confessing ouarte1)ack
roubles, has a deeper in ex-Buckeye
Johnny f.orton ... due out of
Jimmy Demaret. the 48-year-oM
winter golf rerelat'oa, was asked
how enme fellows I'Ve Ram Snead.
Ben Hoes- and Lloyd Manrrum
weren't keeping up with him
"Heck.- he sirugged, "they 're old
The Olympc people are cohcerin cohcerin-ed
ed cohcerin-ed enough with the gradual default
of college boxing (only two schools
east of the Mississippi have it) to
dispatch Art Ledtz to the national
. tourney. for a patch-up job ....
Between you'n'me, Jackie Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's night owl crack at the
Braves could" boomerang against
his old Brook mates.. .Fred Haney's
using it as a rallying cry for Mil Milwaukee...
waukee... Milwaukee... ;,v, :..
the Federal .court decision ruling
the international Boxing uiun
monopoly holding up the staging
of a return Patterson Jackson
The principal trouble is that the
IBC is doing its customary match matchmaking
making matchmaking in reverse. Another Pat Patterson
terson Patterson Jackson bout would be
fought for no reason at all.. It's a
fieht nobody wants, so there is a
distinct abhorrence on the part of
everybody to pay any sort of money
. The head of Cus D'Amato, man manager
ager manager of Patterson, contains a wheel wheeling
ing wheeling bit of mechanism' which tends
to think in terms of Jack Dempsey
and Joe Louis, or at a bare minl minl-mumf
mumf minl-mumf .Rocky Marciano. He feels
that his tiger is the greatest and
that there should coneduent)y be
millions lying around loose to be
As a matter of fact, Patterson
requires i a vast amount of sea seasoning
soning seasoning whiak, as. Gene Tunney
- J:,; ... .......
the deflated. Jackson would not fill best fighter in the world. Jackson
Madison Sauare Garden and draw, has been out-ealloDed bv the chAfn-
more than $250,000. The price would pion -and has done nothing in the
be so prohibitive that therev would, way-oi winning his way bacw
be little or no betting, and when
they, don't wager the- customers
stay away in droves.
No TV sponsor will pay extra
important money and theater -TV
lines tint rnnsirier the nrnductinn
worth the cost of setting up cables year for Patterson, and becaftsj!
and cameras in movie houses he has the champion, will feet
wmcn -wouia oe on in empiy siue mem
around .the country
Those, in, professional boxing conW
tinue to handicap themselves aiieV aiieV-their
their aiieV-their business. " 'r
D'Amato wants two fights t'-J
There isn't the slightest demand!
for the match. Have you heard any anybody
body anybody ask. ''When is Patterson go
ing to fight' Jackson again?" You
most certainly have not.
The only way to create clamor
for a championship, match is for
Machen to knock out Jackson or
Hurricane to Pour all over the Calir
fornia Kid as he climbed over op
ponents on his way up.
d. 'Despite his high regard for
the Brooklyn product s ability, DV
Amato is realistic enough to koevr'
that It will take two dates to m&tie
it a profitable year.
Jackson, you hear, is a house
fighter, so must be taken care of,,
' Maybe the razor Wade, beer and-
shaving cream people and the
theater TV men can do somj!r,.,
thing about jt. .,
By this time, it is obvious that'',!
The winner could be spoken of in Octopus, Inc., won't
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TU PANAMA AMERICAN
C L A S S IF I
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE'
FOR INFORMATION' TEL,EjHONE ,-.0740
Boats & Motors
j I Houses
i FOR RENT: 2 bedreom cha cha-S
S cha-S let, sarden. 7th street No. 32,
Oelf Heights. Telephone 2-2407
FOR RENT: Attractive furn-
fc ifhtd chalet, 2 bedrooms. 7th
J ttrett No. 26, Golf Heights: Call
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
, 1 furnished chelet t Cempo Alo Alo-gre,
gre, Alo-gre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
" No. 4. Telephone 3-3887.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages, oder'n conveniences
i moderate- rt. Phone Gam Gam-;
; Gam-; fcoa, 6-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana-
ma, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1 877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile part Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, tine. Phone Balboa 1866.
Cart Top Mark
. SEBRING, Fla. March 25
(UP) Juan Manuel Fanglo, Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine auto racing star, be be-'lieves
'lieves be-'lieves the 4.5 liter Maserati in
iwhlch he won the 12-hour Se Se-bring
bring Se-bring sports car endurance race
"can do better" than its record
of 1,024.4 miles for the time.
Fangio, who won last year in
Ferrari that covered 1,008.8
miles, expressed this opinion
Saturday after his second trl trl-umph.
umph. trl-umph. With alternate driver Jean
Xehra of France at the wheel,
the new model Maserati also
set a new lap record of 3:24.5
for its 20th of 197 trips around
the-5.2 mile course. Another
Maserati, this one with a three
liter engine, was driven to sec second
ond second place bys' Stirling; Moss of
Britain and Harry Schell of Par Paris
is Paris and a British Jaguar driven
by Mike Hawthorn and Ivor
3ueb was third.
The race here was marred by
the fatal accident of Bob Gol-
dich, 33-year-old Chicago driver
whose car hit a curb, flipped
twice in the ir, and pinned him
underneath. It was the first fa fatality
tality fatality in the history of the race
Etna Spews Fumes
CATANIA, Sicily, .March 24
(UP) Mt. Etna spewed 300-foot
high column of smoky white
fumes today, reviving fears of a
Scientific observers said the
fumes were emanating from the
center crater of the ancient vol
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNI OPPORTUNITY:
TY: OPPORTUNITY: I per cent guaranteed
annual return, payable quarter quarterly.
ly. quarterly. Preferred shares FINANZAS
S.A., Panama's largest, most
reliable finance corporation.
Special bonus of one (1) shore
of Common, free of charge
with each $700.00 I n v e t e d.
(Common shares dividend pay payment
ment payment in 1956: S5.00 per shore)
For information call Panama
2-5393, Mr. Champsaur or Mr.
Jaen. Annual report and full
details available. References
n Company obtainable from
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, Job, or" Contract
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1 1 1 i
ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modeni furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St,
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Mving-din-ing
room,' spacioue kitchen,
Jaunciry room, clotheslines,
sid's room with bathroom.
Camp Alegre. For further in information,
formation, information, telephone Panama
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, living and dining
room, 2 porches, hot water1,
maid' room, garage. Bella
Vista, Colombia street No. 44 44-17.
17. 44-17. Enquire same building.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
10th Street No. 8061. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished dec decorators
orators decorators dream apartments.
Fully equipped, kitchens, hot
water, daily maid service, tele telephones.
phones. telephones. Edificio Campo Alegre
corner of Via Espaiia and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Ycaia. For information
Miss. Arango, seme building at
Arte y Decoracion Store, across
El Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Only to left,
modern new unfurnished apart"
ments, near Zone. Bachelors
or couples without children.
Call Panama 2-2011 for ap appointments.
pointments. appointments. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment and garage, near
the American Embassy, furn furnished
ished furnished if desired, Chile Avenue
41 38. Phone 3-0611.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment maid' room, hot
water, garage. D St. El C a ng re re-jo.
jo. re-jo. Rosita House. For informa information
tion information Apt. No. 3.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-part
part a-part merit in pleasant surround surroundings
ings surroundings 2 bedrooms, 2 beths,
maid's room, garage, etc. 44th
street No. 32. Phone 3-0815.
fOlt RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, two bedrooms, two
baths, maid's room, both, hot
water. All conveniences. Call
Panama, 2-2159, during business
FOR RENT: For one month
furnished apartment, bedroom,
livingroom, dinning room, porch
kitchen, beautiful view, central centrally
ly centrally located, cool, quite. Phone,
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished 2-bedroom apartment sit situated
uated situated at El Cangrajo: livingp
dining room, bathroom, inde independent
pendent independent maid's room and bath,
garage and lovely lawn, near
Hotel El Panama. For informa information
tion information phone 3-6796 Panama.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, Urge
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, china glass glass-were.
were. glass-were. Exclusive residential sec section,
tion, section, Bella Vista, $175. Phone
FOR RENT: Two apartments
one completely furnirHed: liv living
ing living room, dining room, pantry,
one bedroom, gerege, beautiful
terrace, lots of water, fenced,
telephone deposit, Econogas
and light. Another unfurnished
2 bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, porch, new and mod modern.
ern. modern. Vie Porras No. 64. Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone 31863.
Fine Willy Miranda
$1000 For Tardiness
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.. March 24
(UP I BalUmore Orioles
srtortstoo Willy Miranda flew
into camp here today 25 days
overdue and was fined $1,000 for
The playmaklng little Cuban
had mailed back a contract in
early January which called for
a 12.500 oav cut. He siened after
two huddles with officials, after
which the club said he had
"been fined $1,000 for failure to
report to spring training as in instructed
structed instructed three weeks ago."
cats or M'ranaa comment on
whether he accepted the
iHiiariaa u oeupvca uj navejAiarca ii (UPJ Brum Prime
made about $12,000 last year -Minister Harold Macmillan held
wnea nia raiunt arerste noa-jthe first .Whfie House-arjle wi
dived to 217. He hit .255 for conference of his life yesterday.
Baltimore In 1955 sfter beingiKe kived it. ..
acquired from the Yankees in-'
the $1 million trade involving I He faced Uo reporters and
Bob Turley nd Don Larsen. .i stood up like a veteran before
The club also announced that
Bfll Lejoie, vouns; outfielder up
from a 271 campaign with
Class B Texas City, has been
n7n o k. w;,D:.,:1cm''- tn iW Democratic
oi rtheint7rn,tio,rUi ft.
22-year-old left hander who ff-
es Army Induction tefce this
season's end. was sent to bat on only
ly only three times this sprtne and
banged 'two hits, one a game-
LEAVE YOUR A WITH ONE or OUR
INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIONKS It. a LiOiicry riaza ) -ao tnuuj vmirai jve- luumju rnfuiinw-i-in Ml Larraiqauia VABMAClAi LUM-snn-NM
-H Kireet m MORRISON 4th st July Ave. It J St. LEWIS SKRVICE Av. TKoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 141 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS-50 StreetNo. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Leftvre
the Bella Vbta Theatre. ". . ',v.;: Sr.' ;
FOR SALE: f 953 Oldsmobile
4 door Sedan hydromatic pow power
er power steering, power brake, ra-
dio, with rear speaker, heater. -W-S-W.
tires. Albrook, 147-A
Tel. 86-2285, 86-2231.
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phone
FOR SALE: Packard Sedan
400 1952 model; 5900.00. Ft. A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, Phone 82-5210. Fully e e-quipped.
quipped. e-quipped. FOR SALE: $400 discount
on new 1957 Ford Country Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 900 miles finance in Zone.
572-C Curundu Hgts. 83-6230,
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebeker
President, low mileage, extras,
$1,825. Ph. Bal. 1716.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1951
in very good conditions. See
Mr. Draclienberg at 0845 Oa Oa-vilan
vilan Oa-vilan Rd. BALBOA.
FOR SALE: 1949 fix cylinder
Pontiac four door Seden duty
paid. In excellent condition.
Reasonable priced. Call Robles
office Panama 2-1661, hom 3--4624.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
"98" 4 door. $325. Call 88-754
or see at 356 Franco Field.'
FOR SALE: 1940 Olds. $80.
Phone, Balboa 2787, or see at
5607 Hodges, piece Diablo.
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0551
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. Ai
Packers Shipper Mevete
Phoee 22451 a-1563,
Lear 'Riding .',' J5
PANAMA RlDINS SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping Cl daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
r ky appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
Dr. R. Eisenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrera (
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancoo School playgTonnd)
TeL 2-2M1 Panama
"Slim Tom- flfere down"
McLevy Machines, Mauaia
Steam Bath male and female
Medical belta, orth bricea.
S8 A. Junta Araemena Wtl)
Dr. SCHOUU trained Chiropodist
April U $17.50 each
"B" St. 7-27 TeL 2-1661
Will Gel Gl Check
MANILA, March 25 (UP)-The
widow of President Ramon Mag Mag-saysay
saysay Mag-saysay will receive a $10,000
check from the United States gov government
ernment government Monday in full, payment
for Iht veteran's insurance policy
i i i i j :
Msgsaysay was in officer of the
Philippine guerrilla forces during
World War II and held a G.I.
.olicy. He died last week in the
crash of hia private plane.
U S Veterans Administration
offic.als here said orders had been
given to cut all red tape and rush
the check to Manila. Magsaysay
d a relatively poor man
White House Style
TUCKCR'S TOWN. Bermuda,
ioe cre-exrainrng camera usnu.
He reeled off
answers t ques-
n think It's the eream. the
AsVed why be did not hKituU
simi'sr conferences at home.
MaemiUae replied that 'we have
at. it is qoettioa time im the House
of Comma as sod five days a
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT. 13-3T
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE .V. Fa. de
FOR SALE: .Preferred shares:
Cuentas Comerciales.at par va va-''
'' va-'' lua $10.00 each 8 per cent an annual
nual annual dividend. Call .2-0221 -Ele-
FOR SALE: Water heater
for the shower, complete end
installed, $27.50.. Phono TRO TRO-PIK
PIK TRO-PIK SHOWER, 3-7357.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX i
RELIEVE suffering: If you are
a rheumatism, athritis, lumb lumbago
ago lumbago or neuralgia sufferer. Ease
your pain with baths in the
the thermal well at Galique In
the district of Sn. Felix, Chiri Chiri-qui
qui Chiri-qui province, four kilometers
from the main highway. Car
can be driven up to the wells.
Blizzard Rages Thru Seven' States
4000 Stranded On Roads, Railways
CHICAGO, March 25 (UP) A
raging spring blizzard that batUr batUr-id
id batUr-id a seven-state area for two dayt
appeared to be subsiding.
An average of 10 inthes of snow,
driven at times by screaming
winds up to 80 miles ah hour, left
some 4,uuo travellers stranded in
trains, buses and cars in the Texas
and Oklahoma panhandles, Cqlora Cqlora-do,
do, Cqlora-do, New Mexico, Western Kansas,
Nebraska and Missouri.
The entire are remained paralyz paralyzed
ed paralyzed by the violent storms. Drifts up
to 13 and 14 feet in depth and 30
to 40 feet wide blanketed the--Coun
try side. . . f,;.
Late Sunday aightl- h w e v e.
winds had died to 20 miles an hour
t hough snow continued te fall in
texas, UKianoma and parts or CO
lorndo and New Mexico X&W
. Seven trains were stalled In .Tet.,
ana Kansas, ana one of ine trains,
union .pacific s City of St. Loui,
stranded near Wynona, Kan., was
reported to be carrvinar 400 oer
sons. In another train, passengeVs
were reportea overcome by gas
The Texas Fanhandle-iwith
population of about 350,000 Was
mi naraqsi Dy uie raging siorm.
All roads in the area were' blocked
by drifts up to 10 feet deep, -the
fly ins snow knocked out com muni'
cation and power lines and 'iso
lated whole communities,: includ
A mother in a stalled car near
Amariilo gave her baby to a pa-
iroiman ana saia sne wouia re remain
main remain in the cat until more' help
arrived. It took nearly three hours
to get the baby to a hospital and
police were then unable to find
the mother again In the storm
Vega, Tex., cut off by the
storm, reported about 500 persons
were stranded in that area. Dep Deputy
uty Deputy John Ivy said between 75 and
100 cars were stalled near; Vega.
35 miles west of Here.
A Continental Trailways bus
with a full load of passengers al also
so also was marooned 10 miles from
Vega. Ivy said that several babies
were reported aboard the bus,
which bogged down last night
The babies and passengers were
believed suffering from hunger. A
snow plow' followed by a Highway
Patrol car loaded with milk and
food fought to reach 'the bus.
Eighty men, women and chil children
dren children fled into an Amariilo bowl bowling
ing bowling 'alley for shelter but were
driven out again when wind ripped
Here at headquarters for
PROTO quality hand
tools you will find all
types for all oses-from
tiny screwdrivers to giant
wrenches. And every one
is designed to give better,
safer, longer service.
Come in and let us help you
select the ones you need.
PRDTD mewrs ;
r'ANAMA AU'iO, S.A.
' PANAMA W
"11" STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA
l 0sa lAve. 41 OTO DOMT Jiwte
1 SUect ; FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrai
v, :i i:vrkrkivi:!i I..
FOR SALE: Modern floor
lamp, hot water tanK (20 gal),
Westinghouse refrigerator, so,,
fa bed, ges 3 burner stove,
chest of drawers, oak; dining
; room table (4 ehairt), 1 metal,
1, wooden single bed and mat,
metal' dresser and mirror, 3-
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds,
good condition,; 2-3790. Balboa,'
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Conversational System,
beginners and advanced pupil.
Leifrons: mornings, afternoons
and evenings." 4th of July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T 1-352, in front of, Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights.: .. ,' '.'
Modern and popular piano ins instruction
truction instruction taught quickly. More,
than 20 years experience. Ben-
nett. Tel. 3.4818, Panama.
off the roof. They scurried" to oth other
er other refuges.
.'Any direction you go, we have
stranaed people,", said Sgt." K. G
Gravestock of the Amariilo' sher
iff's office." "Some of .them are in
auiomooues covered with snowl
ana nave Deen mere since late
last night, ,Nearly every tone"' of
me cars is about out: of gas."
Hundreds of cars blocking the
highways made snowolows virtual
ly useless, neavy irucxs OI ,. in?
JNattonai Guard lumbered into .ac .action,
tion, .action, but they were hampered by
blinding, blowing snow that cut
off visibility beyond the radiator.
"We may have a story, that's
not pretty tot teU, whnwearep.8Ftorthe't;ristobal Serv-
able to get to some of those cars
and get Jo looking? into them."
Only one" death was renorted
due to the storm. A motorist
drove' his car into a 'creek near
Clarendon," Tex,., when bunded by
wma-wniDnea snow. But a num
ber of persons were missing. Hun-
areas ot iarm nomes and build
ings were turned into emergency
shelters forepersons trapped in the
.storm, which was felt as far north
as south Dakota.
At Dalharf. Tex.. Sheriff-R, C.
Johnson said, between 400 and 500
persons were stranded by the
storm.! Drifts Jrt Dalhart were 10
feet deep m some places.
' Drifts 13 foot Deep
Guymon, Okla., a city of 8,000,
was nearly isolated with drifts up
to 13 teet aeep. an Highway Fa
troi Headquarters in Oklahoma
Citv lost tontact withrits units be
cause of the -storm.' :
Thousands of head of ; cattle
were marooned In the Texas" and
ALI.I . I 1 1 1 1.1
UKianoma pannanaie anascanie anascanie-men
men anascanie-men feared heavy livestock Josses;
Some of the cattle have not been
fed sihee. Friday.'
in Kansas, four staff members
of a radio station were trapped
without heat and virtually with
out food at the station's transmit
ter and studio building about two
miles outside storm paralyzed
Garden City in the western part
ol Uie state: Drifts 12 feet deep
surrounded the tmiiding.
All major highways in Eastern
Colorado were closed. Two- tele telephone
phone telephone repairmen from Trinidad.
Colo.; Roland Hill and John
Thompson, were missing on a trip
to- Kim, Colo., in the southeast
part of the state. A snowcat from
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PRECIADO 7 Street No. II AGENCIAS
ArosemHia Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
jii nuvuiAJUtS ATHIS Bwldc
f L. F. GARCIA, first class pla pla-v
v pla-v no Tuners' end technician Cell
Baldwin Agency. Phones: 3 3-k
k 3-k 3-W72. Edificio Lux, )4th
. street; Panaima.
FOR SALE: Concrete, cot cottage,
tage, cottage, fully furnished, Senta Cla-'
ra beach, $2,800. Phone Cam Cam-boa,
boa, Cam-boa, 4-441, Cramlieh. V
3 RP Firms Submit
Low Bids On Fourth
Quarter Paint Jobs
Guardia' and Company ,C Tropical
Paint Company and S e r v i c i o
Brouwer entered low bids on the
fourth quarter maintenance paint
ing of a large number of Panama
Canal quarters and several public
buildings including the" T i v o l
truest House and the Balboa Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Building. Bids were- open-
em inis morning, in ine Aamuus-
tratioh Building at Balboa Heights
A low offer of J22.060 was made
by Guardia and Company lor ex
terior painting of 62 quarters, lo located
cated located m Los Bios 'and D i ablo
Heights. This work also includes
the exterior painting of nine elec electrical
trical electrical transformer, houses in Los
Rios and Diablo, the Fire Division
building in Pedro Miguel,, we t er erminal
minal erminal Building in Balboa and sev several
eral several garage buildings.
Guardia also made a low bid of
$3,214 on the schedule E Which
provides for the painting ot tne
cyclone fence, surrounding the Bal
boa lame j; arm.
. Trobical' Paint made a low offer
Of ?11,700 tor, the exterior pauw pauw-ins:
ins: pauw-ins: of the Tivoli Guest House. The
same company also was low with
a bid of i;067.50 lor tne interior
painting ol Z7 masonry quarters
in Rainbow City, the Fire Station
ice Center and a bachelor quarters
buildings at Chasres.
Sprviftn Brouwer offered $2,090
on a- section of the project which
calls for the painting of the roof
School Shop in Balboa, ana me in interior,
terior, interior, of the Balboa Qymnasium
largest Ship Yet
Ta Havigale Suet
SUEZ, Egypt, March 25 (UP)-
Th 2 Misfln Panamanian cargo
I ship : Sandenis steamed into the
Sues Canal channel yesterday, the
waterway since gypi reopenea
it... t; .. y I
- jmt Z.UUU LtfH IIUill' .nan
Pianette sailed from Port Said,
the northern terminus of theJOl theJOl-mile
mile theJOl-mile waterway. The ships will
passeaeh. other eh route.
Th': Italian'' vessel' had at
tempted 'the fun in February but
was stopped Dy tne sunaen iana-
. mUi- airlr uhiih ha ainr-
iug aiii( a
been removed by United Nations
salvage 'crews. -'-r;
The two vessels paid tolls to
the Egyptian Canal Authority and
entered the waterway under an
authority order 'Saturday, opening
the -canal to vessels of 2,500 tons.
Previous limit Was 2,000 tons.
The 1.000-ton Spanish cargo ship
Dirden Dela Lux was scheduled
to transit' the canal today.
Salvage crews tinder U. S. .Gen.
Raymond A. Wheeler now are
working on the last two wrecks
blockimT- the' canal- for large
tankers fsinc' the Anglo-French
invasion of Egypt Jast November.
There were reports the sunken
tug Edgar Bonnet would be
moved from the canal near the
midway point of Ismailia early
this' week. Work began last weekj
on .the sunken freighter Abukeir,
in Sues harbor, the southern
terminus. Wheeler hoped to have,
the canal fully opened by April 10.
Fort Carson was dispatched to
look for their pickup truck,
s Road in 4he western third of
Kansas were closed. From 12 to
15 cara were stalled west of
Garden City, and a patrolman
who attempted te reach them had
The Santa. Fe's stresmliner "El
Capstan" rescued 15 motorists
west of Dodge City, Kan., and a
Unioa Pacific train picked up 17
l.- passengers stalled near Shar Shares
es Shares Springs Kan.
Motorists slso were stranded in
Westers Nebraska which was
blanketed with a fool of snow.
'r- ; Meeting
Prlnrese Ledte 7 .'"
' Members of Roy si Primrose
Lodge No.' 10101 will meet Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at g p.m. ia the Pa Para
ra Para iso Lodge Hall to tdieus nat natters
ters natters of importance.. s :
Paraise Mutual Aid '
"The Paraiso Mutual aid Society
will meet tomorrow aipht at 7:30
at Building 103, Apt. B, Paraiso.
AH members art being aried to
be on time.
"FOR SALE: Fiber glassed :
plywood Ron-a-about. Ideal for
bay use. Bargain at $200.00.
Now only $125. Albrook AFB,
Qts. 271-A, Ph. M-72H.
FOR SALE: 2.25 HP 1955
outboard Envlnrude long or
. short, shaft, excellent condition.
$250, each, Diablo 5644-B, Tel.
. Bel, 3471. .
FOR SAL Ei Boat 14 ft. with
trailer fully equipped end II.
censed. 38 h.p. Evinrude motor,
guerente 25 M.P.H. with 3
passenger towing 1 Skier. Ac
cept reasoneble offer. Telephone
oniee Balboa 31. Resklenco
Chorus To Sing Full
Program At JVB
Fresh from a successful concert
at the United States Information)
Service in Panama the Pan-American,
Festival Chorus will be heard
m concert tonight at the USO-JWB
Armed: Forces Service Center be
ginning u at 8 p.m. There ii no
charge for admission, v
The program includes "Chilly
Waters, "My Shenherd will aim-
ply My Need," "John Peel," "Syl "Sylvia,"
via," "Sylvia," r"Drink TO Me Only with
Thine Eyes," "Land of Hope and
Glory.!! "This is Mv Countrv
"Hills of Home," "Sons Of Peace."
"To a Wild Rose," "A Now
World," 'Utain and 'the River,"
and' "Madame Jeannette'
The chorus is under the Aire.
tion of Mrs.. Harry W. Paine and
muss jB.miiyvjsuicner: tne accom
panist is jBjr. Abbie de Linares.
The generaitiuublic ia: ; invited
to Uie. program, held as a public
service by the Pan-American Fes
tival Chnru in rnnlifnctinn with
me usutjwu Armea forces serv
ice- center, ... .. :. ft.
WISBECHEnglahd. Marcl i 25-
tuf jiieorge B Hines, managing
uiBtiqi ux uir rriiuegii sum i.u.,
likes peace' and quiet and is will willing
ing willing to pay for it. v
He gave each of his 36 employes
a- $2.80 bonus 4his week -for.. not ,tionwhlch,lhe Buejicri5has
tslking at: work, .V" ; 'forced us to ,ntc 0)660101
For the Ultimate In Clean Cool Comfort
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e Beautiful Wrought Iron
e Wrought Iron Dining
Modern mahogany chests of drawers, Bunk bed 1
: S' Porch chairs, Rockers, Folding beds.
At the LOWEST- PRICES In Town
.terms to suit your
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' And. .... ?
;. ' ; -TERRIFIC DISCOUNTS
r'-. For cash Sales..
Wt Buy, Sell and Trade Furniture.
Nitionaf Ava. 41 Ttla.' J-491 1 J-7348
WANTED: Interested in pur. I
chase of good used chrenemt chrenemt-tor
tor chrenemt-tor and : sextant,. Call ..Wally
Pearson Navy 222. --
WANTED: North American
family wants rent 3-4' bedroom
house with all cenvonloncea.
Cell 3-5001. Panama.'
FOR SALE: Motorcycles In Indian
dian Indian Junior Scout 500 e.e. Har.
ley Davidson 74 OHV 1MI can
be seen et Apt. R-9-S-D Rous
: eeeu Canal Zone. i. : ; r.
US Press; Guilty
Of Pampering Ike,
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 23
(UP) A Washington column
ist has lashed the press for
"DamDerln2' President 'Eisen
hower and 1 or its "tendency to
look through Elsenhower'i'rose-
coiorea glasses ;.,t
Doria Fleesoh;7 Washington
columnist for United Features,
made her remarfcsin an address
Saturday night before .- North
Carolina Press Women in a
meeting-at the University of
" Miss Fleeson said "Th.' vrtaa
was often- unfair to-Presidents
Truman and Roosevelt'' but that
"it is better to' be unfair to a
President than to pamper him
as they have done Eiserihower."
"The tendency of the1 cress to
loos; through Eisenhower's" rose-
coiored glasses .ana to .overlook:
tne failure to give creattve lead leadership,.
ership,. leadership,. ihe aaid,1: ,1'haa given
people a totally -wrong Idea of
Miss Fleeson also thafgerj. the
Eisenhower administration ; with
being ; "dedicated -to the status
quo,'7 and commented that this
is "quite wrona; and: quite 'dan 'dangerous."
gerous." 'dangerous." -f-tV-t&-4-'.
Miss ?Fleeson also aid is
natural that people are tired of
war, and It would be nice if -we
could all have a breathing space.
but the world' i in convulsions
as never before. ?) .i,:;4-'.t.'.-
"Our alues.' bjpi t ate. and
France.y'areln ,a perilous dosI-
. i 247 -CENTRAL
. ; Calldonla
Living; Room Suites.
Lovely Wicker avnd
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iDr. Hermann Barravalla, Of Adelphi College, Garden Qty,
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lot the mora complex type lis. Above, he display a
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' WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)-
President Eisenhower, ianueu
ij hie nlH hut not his COUgtl,
put his advisers U work today to
back up lew igrcem
S'e nl(i allv. Britain.
Military sources indicated one of
;the first results of the Bermuda
conference with British Prime Min-
" Ister Harold Macmuian wui
ped-up plannin Jor vurnnm uv
U.S. missiles to the. British.
Thtt ouret a'd pwlimmary
diseuwion already hay, b.en
- held and "jOmathln tintfbU" i
'" xpactabla within tha'wtxt faw
month -ctrinly W
the yar within tha framework
ef th. North Atlantic Trtaty or-
- ganization. .
The sources indicated the most
likelv missiles to be tfiven the
British, for. the present at, least,
will be shorter-range "Battlefield
types like the "Honest John" 20 20-jnile
jnile 20-jnile rocket, the "Corporal" mis mis-siel
siel mis-siel with a 75-mile range and pos possibly
sibly possibly anii-aircraft missiles like the
Thay said any movt to slv
Hi British se-eallad intrmediat
ballistic missile such tha
' proposed Thor or JupiUr with
an tiroatd 1,500-mile ranfe
are "a Hle way off." They
pointed out this country itself h
'.' no ueh miiiiia ready for us yx.
The sources emohasized; that any
missiles handed the British would
he without utomic warheads,, since
the President Is forbidden by law
to rart with these save in time of
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Reuther Thinks Beck Should Be Ousted
If He Balks At Givinq Up His Records
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BREWSTER PLEADS NOT GUILTY West Coast Teamster
boss Frank W. Brewster (left) and his attorney, Jerry Griffin,
leave Federal Court In Washington after Brewster pleaded not
guilty to contempt of Congress charges. He. was charged with
''contempt for refusing to answer questions last January before
the Senate Investigating subcommittee,
Having no operator's license
cost Hubert Dennis Fraser $10
when his case was heard tn Bal
boa Magistrate's Court today. He,tppriliv ,t th(, hisht -of an inves
ts rv, a rauwiaiii&ii,
Failure to yield right of way
cost Oscar Antonio rerez, 4i,
Driving a bus on the left hand
side of the road ended in a fine
of $10 for Egbert Nathaniel
Orazette, 27, Panamanian.
Seeks To Break
LONDON. March 25. (UPK
Britain's cabinet met In extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary session today for new
emerzency moves in the latest
Cyprus peace offensive.
In the nbsence in Bermuda
of Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-mlllan.
mlllan. Mac-mlllan. Home Secretary R. A.
Butler called the Ministers
meeting to decide on Britain's
next steDs in the current, cam campaign
paign campaign to break the years-long
Informed sources ald the
Mini.Hers debated the new
trms for a release of Cvorlot
Ntlon)'st Leader Ar-iblshor
M'ar'tw from his exile, as a
rrel)m)narv to near. no'v
Mong on the embattled Island.
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. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1957
Involved In Probe
Decides On Suicide
BERN. Switzerland, March 25
(UP) SwiUeland's chief federal
prosecutor committed suicide yes-
tigation into charges that he
slipped Egyptian leered to
France, it was announced today.
Prosecutor Rene DuBois was
found dead of self-inflicted, tun-
shot wounds this morning in the
attic of nis nome.
A government announcement
said DubBois had suddenly left a
top-level official conference ves
terday afternoon. He went home,
took a gun to the attic and shot
The government tied his suicide
to the current investigation of
charges that the telephone lines
of the Egyptian Embassy were be being
ing being tapped and that transcripts of
cgyouan phone conversations
were given to France.
"The most reent results of the
investigations produced consider
able clues, indicating the federal
attorney himself may have illegal
ly passed on information not con
cerning Swiss affairs to a foreign
power," the government commu
A senior Swiss official told the-ness" in the northern part of the
United Press that "it appears that! Dominican Republic. The family
he got involved in a cold war of at first offered a $10,000 indem indem-secret
secret indem-secret services." jnfty. but a court at Ciudad Tru-
' Ijillo set the amount at $50,000.
Officials said this "indiscretion") n La M aza wax found hanvina-
could have serious consequences
n Swiss-Egyptian relations
TheSwiss have been handling
British and French diplomatic af affairs
fairs affairs with Egypt ince the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French invasion of the Suet Canal
Zone last November. Formal rela relations
tions relations among the three powers
were broken off at that time.
On Survey Of Highway Routehroug
Toma Guardia, Jr., director efi
tne Pan Amencaa Highway a Da-
rien office in Panama, departed
this morniaf. for Washington.
At the mviUtioa af the Paa A A-merican
merican A-merican Union, be will make
special report before members jal
the U S. Congress ea explorations
for a highway rente through the
Jungle separating Panama, aed
Members ef the House Public
Worki Committee have previously
exnres'ed an interest ia the prof -re
of hirhwsy studies ia this re-
f kw. The letting ef contracu ta
country is $afe" 'Afirafiam Lincoln
WASHINGTON, March 25 UP)
AFL-CIO vice President waiter
Reuther said yesterday Teamster
president Dave Beck should De ex expelled
pelled expelled from the- AFL-CIO Execu Executive
tive Executive Council if he refuses to give
Senate investigators his financial
He said any labor .leader who
invokes the Fifth Amendment to
avoid accounting for his steward steward-shiD
shiD steward-shiD of union affairs "has no right
to be in the leadership of labor."
He said he regarded Beck's al alleged
leged alleged use of Teamster funds for
personal investment as "highly
improper, inexcusable and moral
ly indefensible." . .
Reuther also cnucizea rram
W. Brewster, chairman, of the
Temasters' Western Conference,
who was a witness at tlrtr labor
rackets i hearing last week, f He
said that if the charges against
Brewster, are even "10 per cent
true' then Brewster is J'pifit to
be an officer of any union."
Beck is scheduled to appear be
fore the Senate Labor Rackets
sonal financial records. He left
Committee tomorrow with his per-
open, however, tne question ot
whether he would actuauy sur
render them to the committee.
Reuther was asked on the NBC'
TV program "Youth Wants to
Know" what the AFL'CIO might
do if Beck cited, his constitutional
nratection against self-incrimina
tion and refused to give up the
He replied that if the Teamster
boss uses the Fifth Amendment
in connection with financial mat matters
ters matters then he "should be removed"
from tht AFL CIO Executive
AFL-CIO Vice President James
B. Carey was also; asked on he
ABC television program, "College
News Conference,". he thinks
Beck's loans from the union war warrant
rant warrant his ouster from tha Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters presidency.; i i'1
"I would think so," h replied.
But he said the ouster would have
to be initiated by Teamster mem
Carey said the "AFL-CIO execu
tive council should give the Team-,
ster Union a chance to "clean its
own house" or face expulsion
from the CIO-AFL,
Carey said the labor movement
welcomes the committee's inves investigation
tigation investigation even though it "gives a
terribly distorted picture" of the
Alforney To Cover
In Dominican Court
PHILADELPHIA. March 251
(UP) An attorney for the estate
oi an American pilot slain in the
Dominican Republic said today he
will mail a $50,000 cashier's check
to the pilot's family at Eugene,
ore., tomorrow to cover an in
demnity award made by a Domi
Attorney Robert D. Abrahams.
of Philadelphia, said the check
was given to him by the family
of Octavio De La Maza, a fellow
pilot whom the Dominican Repub Republic
lic Republic government accused of. slay slaying
ing slaying Gerald Murphy, of Eugene.
Abrahams said the De La Maza
i family was wealthy and was in
ilhr "rar wnnH and lnmhrr hnii.
ia a Ciudad Truiillo orison last
December. A suicide note. found
in his cell confessed the murder
of Murphy, the government said.
Abrahams entered the case at
the request of Rep. Charles O.
Porter (D-Ore), who charged that
the Dominican government killed
To Give US
Costa Rica and the Chlriqui pro-
vince of Panama. 1 eaves Da
iriesi as the only sector of the Pan
Americaa Highway where no con construction
struction construction has been scheduled. -.
Latest reprt fretn enfineer
In Oar I en inelicate arelimtna arelimtna-ry
ry arelimtna-ry trail are nearinf cempletlen
frem the enal el the read at Che-
bia's reed tystem in the Atrate
It'ver httm. i
Meanwhile. reconnaMance ia
alternate route that will link the
alternate route that will ling the
'towns ef El Seal and Javua on a
labor movement, He' said there
was also widespread corruption in
Carey said some officials of
General Electric Corp. were re
cently fired or using call girls
to promote unionism.
Reuther also said, he would fa-J
vor legislation aimed at specific
labor problems, such as protect protecting
ing protecting union welfare funds. But lje
said he would oppose any move
that Would "put good unions in a
straight-jacket to., get at bad un
He said it ultimately will be up
to the unions themselves to deal
with the1 problem of corruption.
He said the AFL-CIO is deter determined
mined determined "to drive every crook and
every Communist out of leader leader-ship.'t
ship.'t leader-ship.'t ?
Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F) Knowland' made a similar
statement or) the legislative ques question
tion question yesterday, i He said unions
should be given a chance to "clean
their own houses" before Congress
passes any laws to correct alleged
.- 'T would ratter they"; would do
that then have new legislation,"
the California Republican said.
H said George Meany, presi
dent of the AFL-CIO. and other
labor- leaders ar "Just as con-
bCi lieu o aij'viic vwxti tuc aimo
tion uncovered by the Senate La Labor
bor Labor Rackets Committee,
Ives Favors Action
Hbwevet. Sen. Irving M. Ives
(R-NY). a member of the com
mittee, said he believes legisla
tion is heeded m tw "major"
areas involved, in the investiga
Ives said Congress should act
this; year on a bill to require re
porting, and public disclosure of
tne operations or employe wenare
ana p n l o n pians. xie urgea
enactment "by- next year" of a
bill to tighten up the Taft-Hartley
law s requirement mat unions re report
port report on their financial position to
tne labor department.
Reo. Edear W. Hiestand (R-
Calif.K sponsor of a bill to lift
union exemption from antitrust
laws, said the hearings showed
"the need for effective cr-bs off
the power of union czars.
Choriisr 4 Sojoisfs
The voices of four soloists and a
mixed chorus of 40 men and worn,
en will be heard tomorrow eve
ning when the Canal Zone Junior
College community chorus presents
Rossini's Stabat Mater in the pa
tio of the Balboa Elementary,
School. The music will begin at 8
p.m.; the performance will, last
about an hour.
The presentation will be open to
the' public without charge. Seating
arrangements wul be similar to
those for the. chorus' presentation
of The Messiah during the Christ
mas season. Children should be
accompanied by adults.
The four soloists will be: Sylvia
Keitzman, soprano; Nancy Hidden,
mezzo-soprano; Paul Helton, ten
or; and Robert Schultx, bass.
Set. William Johnston, at the
console of the organ, will play
the Introduction and accompany
all numbers. Since Stabat Mater
is an oratorio, it has no overture.
The chorus will sing five numbers,
using the English text adapted
from the Latin by W. Hall.
Neil V. Branstetter. Supervisor
of Music off the Canal .Zone
schools, directs the performance.
Rossini wrote the Stabat Mater
for presentation In 1842. Although
its has long 'been popular- with
those who, appreciate and under
stand good music it is not usually
beard outside of the large cities
and music centers of the United
ate and Europe.
more southerly fout.r Crews In!
Colombia are studying the feasibt- Aner tne wasnmgton tis. war war-lity
lity war-lity of carrying the southern route dia will return W Panama by way
through the Department of Chocojof Havana. Cuba is one of the Lat Lat-oa
oa Lat-oa highland ridges that by-pass in nation which A a ve ahow an
the jwamp areas of the Atrate 'interest la contributing to support
Ia addition to maps and techni
eal reports oa the routes, Gardia
will show a series of slides on the
Da rien area and its Cuna and Cbo Cbo-co
co Cbo-co indiant. The presentation will
also include a short motion pic
ture ta color, filmed during
Da rien subcommittee's firrt
coooaisaace efedilioa tiurough tbl
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WATCH BUILDINGS SWAT, People, on San Francisco street look toward' building tops as
Ahe structures sway- following the first of serval earth tremors that hit the San Francisco
Bay area.- The worst of the quakes- was described as the most severe- tq hit the area sinc ;
the great fire and earthquake of. 1906. 1 A ,,-;
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AFTERMATH OP QUAKES Workmen dig" ouK one of three cars' that were -partially burled
when sections of the coast Highway, 10 miles south of San i Francisco; were covered with,
sand slides, or sank' when earthquakes hit northern California. Occupants' of the fars. re re-ceivea
ceivea re-ceivea only minor burises. v.
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SAI FRANCISCO, March 24
fUPl- The SaS- Francisco Bay
area continued to duiver intermit
tent! v todav with aftershocks of
the big earthquake1 that snoox me
city and suburbs Friday with
damage estimated in millions but
no loss of me.
The "treriibling San Andreas
rth fault, which caused tne
nuaka. aoDarently had settled
back to its resuess t sieep agaui
uith nnlv an occasional subter
ranean rumble as a reminder of
the big shake with M magnitude of
5.5 on the Richter scale. The, dis disastrous
astrous disastrous .1908 quake, 1,000 times
greater, had a magnitude ol 8.3.
Since Friday.'s temblor some 120
minor aftershocks had been re-
onrdsd with ratines up to .s
magnitude.- but 'hardly any
them was strong enough te
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Debate Big Issue
Of Rock Roll
NORFOLK, Mass., March 25
TTPrnwirtii in the Norfolk
prison colony held an intellectual
debate last night with two Emer
son College co-eus. ine suojeci;
Rock n' Roll.. J
Th.' imnie "gives off a beat
so strong, yflu can walk on it, and
often .causes teenagers- to .sisni
riots" one of me co-eas saia. i
'Even prisoners have riots and
I'll tell you Rock b' Roll isn't
to blame," convict Paul Bauueui
The co-eds denounced Rock n
Roll and Elvis Presley, but the
prisoners' maintained that ."Rock
n .Roll .belongs to a Auman's:
The coe-d team,' Cynthia Whalen
and Jnet Baltosnik, knocked the
Rock as-"just meaningless shoo
bee dorbee doo," and Ulustra,ted
the Ron with -.a dance step to
provtf their point.' V " 1
Morfr than 40C inmates cheered
botb teams. The judges voted in
favor of the convict teams. Bath Bath-lett.
lett. Bath-lett. and Alben Barrowa.
whole length of h road gae.
Dariea subcommittee exploration
' Part of the1 aim of Guardia 's
trip will be to create interest in
the U.S. for the forthcoming Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Highway' ConrTess to
be held here ia Aogust. The com-
pletioa of the Dahea gap is ex-
pecteii to he a major topic lar
discussioa during the tongTesa.
Quake Shudders Into Silence;
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Dr. Don 7 Tocher of tha Univef-
sity or California's seis,moiogicai
laborathry in Berkeley, said there
was no reason to believe the Fri Friday
day Friday quake was a forerunner of 8
larger one to come,
Father John S. Weber, S. J.,
of the University ot Santa Clara
agreed. He said 'he believed Fri Friday's
day's Friday's quake acted as a safety
valve on the fault and brought it
back into uneasy balance. ,.
Citv and suburban residents
spent Sunday cleaning away; the
rubble left by the quake. Damage,
in the hardest hurt southwest cor
ner of the city and adioining Daly
City ran, in fough estimates, into
millions of dollars.
Engineers and architects' cqn cqn-tinued
tinued cqn-tinued to .inspect public buildings
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ancf -atf so. far' had ireceivert
."okay." Alf schools, with the pos
siDie exception oi Sherman gram-
mar xpnnni. nfirff. worft ta nm A-
scnooi still was littered with brok broken
en broken glass and plaster.
Mayor George Christopher, who
decided It was unnecessary tp de declare
clare declare tn official emergency, said
he was concerned about-the break
down of telephone communication
during the height of thequake. In-
siauauun oij.aa rinerKency wn w ,
and possibly : a shortwave radio
setup between offices of the may- r.
of twilVft anil' firs rhif wit tin.
Ihunication v was hampered be because
cause because of the burden, placed upon
M by private callers immediately
following the quake $
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