The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 193S
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France Moves Fast
To Halt Bloody
Algeria Terrorism

PARIS; March 13 (UP) France rolled up its sleeves
today to halt bloody terrorism in Algeria with a declara declaration
tion declaration of emergency as probably the first step. V
The government moved swiftly after Premier Guy
Mollet won a thunderous vote of confidence in the National
. Assembly on his demand for a 'blank check" or suppres suppression
sion suppression powers.
Robert LaCoste, minister for Al-J France already has speeded up
gena, huddled wiin omuaig dis- her draft. The Defense Ministry
cussing what he will do when he I has called up new conscripts for
flys to Algeria later in the wee1 May 1.
aimed with the widest power giv-j
en to any French government -,
since World War 11. AlffCfianS 51320
Mollet won his powers in iou bVI bw

commence votes that enaea jusi
aner miunight
The votes cave the government
permission to take "all exception exception-si
si exception-si mpasnrp demanded bv the cir
cumstances" by decree without
reference back to raruamem.
They authorized a series of re reforms
forms reforms for the government to spoil
out raising the Moslem standard
of living and developing Algeria.
An exodus of Algerians with
their savings already has begun
from metropolitan France, where
around SOO.Ouo. furnisn much of the
' manual labor. Some 8,578 left
last month and 2,117 In the first
five days of March.
Nationalist leaders in Lyon, the
nation's second largest city, call called
ed called on Algerians to stage a one
day protest strike.
Informed sources predicted that
LaCoste would apply a "state of e e-.
. e-. mergency" in Algeria almost im immediately.
mediately. immediately. They predicted moves to open
wider the ranks of the Algerian
administration to Moslems, raise
(arm wages, push through land
reforms and begin a program of
economic expansion
LaCoste is expected to station
troops at every, danger point. Hej
has men nouj;h to- prevent any
fnrr rohrl ?-clc against the,
'l(n-O.(;.0 l.-.avpi ans v'io inhabit;,
leins, But he is known to wantii
massive reiniorcemenis.j
PEnCcd Solicits
Bids For Parking :
FPffi liSAf CflmnV
ice Hear Commy
rij .

Bids for the construction of
are now being solicited by the
Panama Panal Pnmnanv i
Designed to accommodate ap approximately
proximately approximately 90 automobiles, the
new parking lot will be located
at the corner of Clinton Street,
which runs behind the commis commissary
sary commissary Annex, and Roosevelt Ave Avenue
nue Avenue adjacent to the Balboa
baseball park..v5 n-A
Entrance to the new parking
lot will be from the Clinton
Street side. The exist will be
located on Roosevelt Avenue.
The parking lot is designed to
take care of the expected In Increase
crease Increase in traffic in, that area
following the closing of the An An-con
con An-con Commissary Annex and its
consolidation with ; the Balboa
Commissary, a mote planned
for early in April.i
The specifications for, the
parking lot also Include the con construction
struction construction of a customer entrance
on the Clinton Street side of the
Commissary Annex and the In Installation
stallation Installation of lighting in the
parking area. .-
Bids will be opened the morn morn-Ins:
Ins: morn-Ins: of March 23 in the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building at Balboa
..Heights. The contractor will be
given 43 days to complete the
paving of the area' and 120 days
for the installation of lighting.
Jobless American
Fined ?7, Slntcd
For Repatriation
An unemployed American.
Earlie C. Davis, found guilty of
vagrancy In the Canal Zone,
jnay be repatriated to the Unit Unit-.
. Unit-. ed States. : i.-
Yesterday BalboV Magistrate
.Trthn R npmtniT finprf th SQ
year-old former civilian employe

mas jor ine conauutuuu jn 1948. He had been picaed up
a new paved parking area nearlast year by the Panama Nation-

.tmi-uju luuiici W....HU ciuuiujic Three of the companies nave
of the Army 7 on the vacancy been turned over to the Reds. Min-charpe,-and
Dvls is in jail in i' trionhone interview

lieu of paying the fine,
v VV JK 1 .
If he had been "lveir Ja

oci.tr.iuc uutcBo wi line iv ernment officials this afternoon to
would have Involved action by a sgreement giving up the
the Governor to permit Davis to shanghai Evening Post and Mer Mer-be
be Mer-be repatriated. Because he has corv 1
been fined however, as soon as said agreement has been

arrangements are comp'eted, he reachcd 0n the other two compa compa-wlll
wlll compa-wlll be released to be sent to the American Asiatic Underwrit

ctates.
WrPNESDAY, MARCH 14
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10 p.m.
11:06 t.m
11:27 a.m.

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i One-Day Protest
iwtvdi

Strike In Lyons
LYONS, France, March 13 (UP)
Aloprian Nationalist priri cal
led i one-day protest strike here to
day cy filtering wora to me locai
Moslem population in dimly-lit A A-rah
rah A-rah rnffoa hnu.tr and Moslem bars.
Thousands of Algerian workers
u tms Dig industrial center win
strike today to drive home to
France the power they can put
behind their nation's drive for in independence.
dependence. independence. It was called by Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist leadefs.
The city could be seriously hurt.
Many of Lyon's industry employ
important numbers of Algerians.
Some of the city's municipal serv services
ices services such as the Department of
Sanitation and street maintenance
crews rely heavily on the Algerians
Local police are nervously won wondering
dering wondering what the city's Algerian po population
pulation population might find to do when the
strike is called.
1 I'lifl AArVA
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On. Curokry Ccanf
Judge Guthrie F. owe today
denied a writ of habeas corpus
and the defendant, Jasper G. Mc Mc-Catty,
Catty, Mc-Catty, convicted of an eight-year-old
safe-cracking job is required
to serve out the remainder of his
18-month nenitentiary sentence.
.LhMiTof bTJarizfnihe
Madden; Dam Commissary back
side the Sears, Roebuck store on
- : .
Tivnli Avrnne
A fingerprint which Canal Zone
Pnlin knnt nn the unfinished Mad
den Dam job matched McCatty's
and he was convicted in u. o. vu vu-frirt
frirt vu-frirt Court and riven an 18-month
anion. two mnnth tea.
Attorney Davm Routes oi me
firm of Van Siclen,' Ramirez ano
At, rarn filed a netition in Mc
Catty's behalf challenging t h e
court s Jurisdiction.
McCatty was charged under a
rtrnvicinn rt th Canal Zone Code
(Section 64) 'that sets aside the
usual three-year statue oi iimua-
nn in rpt wnere me aeienaanis
are not residents of the Canal
Zone.
Robles' contention was that the
larlcud inrisriintion to trv the
case because the statue of limita limitation
tion limitation had expired and the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution was not started in time.
The Judge ruled that McCatty
must serve out his penitentiary
term, and denied me wru.
US Businessman
In Shanghai To Be
'Rcnjcmcd-Jem
HONG KONG. March 13 (UfV (UfV-Charles
Charles (UfV-Charles S. Miner, the last Ameri-
Kiicinaenman in Shanghai. Will
be "ransomed" from Communist.
China this month, it was reported
here today. ; Ttf
i.fnrmoH amirppn lain the V.o
Treasury Denartment has granted
Miner s employers ici ra
ram f II s dollars into Shanghai
to pay off what the Reds are de
manding as netnemeni in me wm wm-up
up wm-up of his affairs. Miner has been
ronrpepntins six companies belong-
ins to C.V. Stairs interets.
Thr nf the comoanies nave
with the United Fress today mat
wag meeting Wmunist gov-
ers Federal, Inc., and the Under Underwriters
writers Underwriters Bank, Inc., and that the
' j ai
agreements wiu dc signea very
soon."
"The progress of negotiations is
. i ... it a
going much faster than expected,"!
Miner said today.

MINIMUM WAGE
INVESTIGATORS
COMING FRIDAY

WASHINGTON, March 13 13-(UP)
(UP) 13-(UP) A four-man Hous labor
subcommittee is scheduled to!
arrive in the Canal Zone early
Friday morning; to hold two days
of hearings In Balboa on the
question of minimum wages lor
me area.
The Defense Den artment.
which runs the Zone through a
governor who reports to the Ar Army,
my, Army, wants legislation to exempt
the area from the Federal min minimum
imum minimum wage of $1 an hour.
After hearine Canal Zone un
ion spokesmen protest any such
action, subcommittee chairman
Carl Elliott of Alabama decided
on a first-hand look at the sit
uation before votini on the bill.
Three other committees mem
bers and two staff officials are
scheduled to accompany Elliott
on the flying visit.
The congressmen are Denm
crat Phu M. Landrum of Geor
gia and Republicans Sam Conn
of Oregon and Orvln B. Fjare of
Montana.
With them will be chief clerk
t reo u. Hussey and chief inves
tlgator Russell C. Derrlckson.
Draff-Dodging Case
Continued; Hearing
Sef For Kex Week
Dr. L. S. carnn(ton, attorney
who appeared yesterday in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Magistrate's court for a Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital doctor charged
with draft-dodging, asked for a
continuance of the case until next
Tuesday.
The preliminary hearing for Dr.
Jaime L. Barraza, a Panamanian
who is an eye specialist on the
staff of Coco Solo Hospital, was
held yesterday in Cristobal Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court and continued until
next Tuesday. He is charged with
draft-dodging in Puerto Rico.
The Puerto Rican District Attor Attorney's
ney's Attorney's office asked the Canal Zone
District Attorney's Office to start
removal proceedings against Ba Ba-rma.
rma. Ba-rma. V
II pronable 'cause Is "found, Jhr
doctor will be bound over to the
District Court which will then de decide
cide decide on the government's applica application
tion application for an order removing the de defendant
fendant defendant to Puerto Rico. Barraza
is free on $3,000 bail.
Judge Fined $133
For 17 Traffic
Ticket Offenses ;
NEW YORK, March 13 (UP) -A
municipal court judge had his
day in court today as a defendant.
He wa fined $135 for 17 traffic
tickets dating back to 1953.
Judge Carlson De Witt Baker
pleaded innocent to an 18th traffic
charge and trial was set for to
day
the alleged offenses he w a i
charged with actually were com
mitted by others who had driven
his car. But he said be would take
the responsibility.
Asked why the summonses had
not been answered immediately
after thev were issued. Baker said
he thought they had been "taken
care of."
Zone Workers
Tax Uraed To
Employes in the Panama Canal
organization subject U Panama'
income tax have been urged to
complete and return the question questionnaires
naires questionnaires distributed last week by to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. r
Several thousands of the quet quet-tionaires
tionaires quet-tionaires were distributed to em employes
ployes employes in the organization by the
timekeepers. Many of question questionnaires
naires questionnaires have already been returned,
but the announcement yesterday at
Balboa Heights reminded all em employes
ployes employes who received a copy that
they must be cqmpleted and re returned
turned returned before March 15.

The Panama Canal Company andiher parents, announced yesterday

Canal Zone Government is using
this as a means for voluntary co
operation with the Government of
, ,
ranaraa m ooiaining miormauon
useful to the latter in checking the
tar returns of individual taxpay
ers. As a further cooperative mea
sure; the Canal Zone Government
has also furnished copies of the
questionnaire to private establish
ments in the canal zone won a
request that" they furnish similar
information to the tanal zoze oov-
ern'ment for forwarding to the Pa Panama
nama Panama Government.
Timekeepers in the Canal organ
ization were furnished instruc
tions on filling out the forms and
asked to assist any employes who
request their help. The forms are
printed in English and in Spanish
and employes may use either
language.-
The questionnaires are solely for
the purpose of furnishing general
information concerning the status
of employes and do not renlace

Shake, Raitle and Roll

Dishes rattled, wails creaked and loose objects did a
slow rock and roll shortly after I o'clock this morning when
an earthquake estimated at about intensity IV on the
Mercalli Intensity scale shook the Canal Zone -and Panama.
The quake started at 8:14 and lasted for 19 minutes
although the tremor was actually felt for about three min minutes.
utes. minutes. The epicenter was estimated at approximately 35
miles from Balboa.
No damage was reported Although there were a few
cases of cracked plaster and several cases of jumpy nerves.
Several earthquakes with an intensity of IV have been
felt on the Isthmus during the past few years. The last
was felt May 26, 135 with the epicenter 50 miles from
Balboa Heights. t
Earthquakes are seldom over intensity V in Panama
although several have been experienced of intensity VI
but few have caused any great' amount of damage.
The two most notable earthquakes of historical record
occured in 1621 and 1882, according to official records.
The 1882 earthquakes is considered to have been the
strongest to occur in Panama City and was estimated at
intensity VII to VIII.
It damaged several buildings and bridges and threw the
railroad tracks out of alignment In several place.

Government Party. Nominates
National Assembly Candidates

The name of 53 candidates for
election on May 13 to seats in
the next National Assembly were
sent yesterday to the National
Electoral Jury by the board of
directors of the National Patrio Patriotic
tic Patriotic Coalition Party. The deadline
was today.
The list sent bv the party di
rectorate also Included 106 can
didates for election as first and
second alternates to the 53 can candidates
didates candidates for election as Assem
blymen,
Seventeen of the 5J Assem Assembly
bly Assembly candidates are for the
Province of Panama, including
-lx who are up for reelection
and two women, Mrs, Cecilia
P'nel Remon, widow of the
late President Jose Antonio
Remon, and Mrs. Elvla Flores,
wife of National Guard second-in-command
Col. Saturnino
Flores. Six of the Assembly
candidates are for Colon.
Of the alternates, 34 are for
Panama, including two news
men, Leslie T. Williams and Da
vid Constable. Twelve are for
Colon.
Present Panama Assemblymen
seeking reelection are: Alfredo
Cragweu, Max Heurtematte, Al
fredo (Baby) Aleman Jr., Ismael
(Cucno) Vallarlno, A q u II lno
Boyd and Juan B. Arias.
Seeking reelection in the
Province of Colon are; Victor
Navas and Felix Oiler.
Tne complete list of candl
Includes:
PANAMA
Cecilia Pinel de Remon. Elvla
de Flores, Miguel Angel Ordonez,
Max weurtemaue, Alfredo Crag Crag-well,
well, Crag-well, Aquilino Boyd, Alfredo Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man Jr., Rene Crespo, Domingo
Diaz Q., Manuel R. Arias, Victor
Subject To RP
Fill In Forms
income tax declarations required
by the Panama Tax office. Furth
ermore, the Marcr 15 deadline for
returning the completed auestion-
naires is in no way related to the
deadline set for filing estimated
tax returns for 1956 in Panama.

Margaret Truman

NEW YORK, March 13 (UP)-
Margaret Truman, whose "one
goal in life" is to be as haoov as
sne win marry New Yorit news
papermam Clifton Daniel in April
in the same Independence. Mo.
church where her father and moth
er were married 36 years ago.
Miss Truman, who ittarad clear
of romanc during tha tvn
yar htr fathtr was prtiidant,
and Daniel aiiistant to the for
ign new editor of Tha Now
York Timti, mot in November
end managed to keen their court courtship
ship courtship a secret until Sunday.
After word leaked out that
Daniel had taken Margaret home
to North Carolina to meet his
folks, former President Harry S.
Truman made the engagement of of-focial
focial of-focial yesterday a day ahead of
time, with a formal announcement
in Kansas City, Mo.
. Mr, Truman, who hat taid in
the past tha he would rather be
a grandfather than have a prima
donna in the family, beamed as
he read a prepared ttittmont

Mm

M. Bustamante, Victor N. Jullao,
Juan B. Arias, Carlos Delvalie,
Ismael Vallarino, Pedrq Galindo
Angel Vega Mendez.
CHIRIQUI
Italo Antinori, Diogenes A. Pi Pino,
no, Pino, Felipe Clement, Antonio Del Del-gado,
gado, Del-gado, Pablo Espinosa, Gabriel
Jurado, J. D. Anguizola, Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Gonzalez Revilla, Mariano
Candanedo,
VERAGUAS
Azael Vargas, Adolfo Murlllo,
Abel Aponte, Saturnino Arrocha
Francisco Pardini, Huben de la
Posa, Luis Ferrabone.
Roberto Diaz Q., Efraln Bar Bar-nett,
nett, Bar-nett, Rogelio Robles, Max Delva Delvalie,
lie, Delvalie, Gustavo Arosemena.
' LOS SANTOS
.Antonio Gonzales, Salvador
Ducasa, Jose Nievej Angulo, Co Co-ralia
ralia Co-ralia de Burgos.
IIERRERA
Sergio Crespo Jr., Pablo Bares,
Ellgio Crespo V.
BOCAS DEL TORO
Gulllermo Brown.
DARIEN
Pablo Othon
lhe Panama candidates for
Elternate are: Ida AlemAn de
Come jo, Carmen E. Vlllaru,
Aquilino Sanchez, Ricardo Lasso
jaen, Marco Arjona, Simeon
Gonzalez, Leslie T. Williams,
Juan R. Vallarino, Miguel Villa Villa-rreal,
rreal, Villa-rreal, Crescendo Melgar, Jost A.
Mendieta, Wilfredo Fullerton,
Joaquin Borrell, Mauricio Torre Torre-gloza,
gloza, Torre-gloza, Jos Angel Severino, Gil
GonzalQ Garrido, Genaro Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Nlcanor Subia, Julio Igna Igna-cio
cio Igna-cio Aleman, Italo Zappi, Alfredo
Sinclair,, Alejandrlno Jimenez,
Federico : Brathwalte, Ernestp
Lopez Cigarruista, David Cons Constable,
table, Constable, Fernando Bradley, Jorge
Mirando. Toribio Nunez, Rafael!
Martinez B., Eustaclo Chlchaco
C, Jose Manuel Faundez, Car Carmen
men Carmen S. de Thompson.
Alternates for the Province of
Colon: Jose" M. Delgado, Aaron
Abouganem, Oscar Grimaldo,
Roberto L6pez Fabrega, Alfonso
Giscombe, Ignacio Solis, Maximo
Antonio Luque, Clarence McAl McAllister,
lister, McAllister, Juan Colman, Luis M.
Charris, D. Catano, C-umersinda
Delgado. .
announcing the engagement,
During her father's years as
president, Margaret made music
her only "romance."
She declared she would not be
a White House bride and only re recently
cently recently wrote in her memoirs that
she felt hat' as the daughter of the
President she was pursued by far
more men than she would have
attracted otherwise.
Miss Truman, 32, and Daniel,
43, held a news conference at the
exclusive Hotel Carlyle, where
Miss Truman lives.
The usually poised Miss Tru Truman
man Truman blushed and stammered at
the answered questions about her
romance with the former foreign
correspondent who returned re- j
cently from a Moscow assign assign-.ment.
.ment. assign-.ment. They disclosed Daniel proposed
in January, about the time Mar Margaret's
garet's Margaret's parents were visiting her
here, and bought her a large dia diamond
mond diamond soliaire engagement ring 10
days ago.
They said they will have a small
wjdding at Trinity Episcopal

H?LJn!n.dePendenc.ei.'l)erei,w()vld be a simple one. ,,"1 havelman ha e many, interests in com-

Americans Keep
Watchful Eye
On NH Primary

MANCHESTER, N.H., March
13 (UP) -Voters, some of them
tramping to polling places on
snow shots over white-blanketed
mountain trails, cast their bal ballots
lots ballots today in the nation's first
presidential primary.
The rest of the nation waited
mainlv for the outcome of the
'battle between two Democratic
Presidential aspirants, Sen. Es.
te$ Kefauver and Adlai Steven Stevenson.
son. Stevenson. '
A clue to the political hopes
of Vice President Richard M.
Nixon also was looked tot.
Voters turned out In the tiny
logging town of Hiilsfieid early,
Twned
between President
Eisenhower
and Stevenson.
At Ellsworth, six voters used
the original pine desks of a 100-year-old
converted school house
to give five votes to the Presi President
dent President and one write-in vote each
for Nixon and Sen. Styles Bridg Bridges
es Bridges (R-N.H.). The road leading to
tn small mountainside commu
nity was ploughed especially for
tne election.
Skies were cloudy and a light
snow fell as some 120,000 voters
went to the polls.
Late last night Kefauver made
an 11th hour appeal for support
and said he regretted the ab
sence of Stevenson during pri primary
mary primary canpalgning.
"I'm particularly aorry that
Mr. Stevenson did not choose to
come to New Hampshire person personally
ally personally I think it would have done
him Rjod to 'campaign in" lhe
only primary contest In New
Ensland," he said.
He also told a television au audience
dience audience that he did not have
Stevenson's "monetary sources,"
the support of strongly en entrenched
trenched entrenched "political organiza
tions," or as many "big politic political
al political names" on his side.
' "You may be sure that if I
am the democratic nominee, I
am going to campaign to bring
this state into the democratic
column," he said.
Rainier Bans
Showing lilovies
Of Grace Kelly
MONTE CARLO, Monaco
March 13 (UP)-Prlnce Rainier
III has banned the showing of
movies starring his bride-to-be
Grace Kelly, in Monaco during
the period of their wedding cel celebrations.
ebrations. celebrations. Informed sources said
today.
The sources said the ban was
effective immediately and would
extend at least until the end of
the April 18-19 wedding ceremo ceremo-nles.:
nles.: ceremo-nles.: .
., They said Monaco authorities
also would request movie houses
in neighboring French towns to
withdraw Miss Kelly's films from
their programs during the per period.
iod. period. ;."
The action was said to have
been taken to preserve "the dig dignity
nity dignity of the 'occasion."
Informed sources said negotia negotiations
tions negotiations to stage the world pre premiere
miere premiere of Miss Kelly's film "High
Society" here during the wed wed-linaperlod
linaperlod wed-linaperlod have been dropped.
Margaret has sung in the choir, and
they plan to live in New York City.
Miss Truman and Daniel had
spent the weeked in Zebulon,
N.C., with Daniel's father, E. C.
Daniel Sr., a druggist, and mother.
The elder Daniel said in Zebulon
that his son told him Saturday
night, "I'm going to marry this
girl.",
The elder Daniel, who said he
was a lifelong Democrat, predict predicted
ed predicted Miss Truman would decide to
"drop her career" on television
and radio after the wedding.
"I think she will be very glad
to get! away from the confusion
connected with her every time she
steps out of her office," he said.
In New York, the matter of Mar Margaret's
garet's Margaret's career was posed by re reporters.
porters. reporters. "He hasn't put his foot down
yet," Miss Truman replied.
She added that she bad some
television commitments she would
have to fulfill no matter what she
decided about her, career.
Miss Truman said the wedding

Athens-Caiw-Cyprus
Relay
Beats Jamming

NICOSIA, Cyprus, March 13 (UP) Athens radio
aodged British jamming of its violent anti-British broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts to Cyprus today with a relay assist from Cairo radio.
A Near East radio "war" was beginning in earnest.
Egypt was relaying the Athens broadcasts to defeat

the Cyprus jamming apparently in retaliation for alleged
f Cairo radio broadcasts to Jordan, in-

rormea sources said.
r t

British authorities on this terrorist-stricken island ad admitted
mitted admitted today that the inflammatory Athens radio propa propaganda
ganda propaganda against which they began full-scale jamming only q
few days ago is reaching the island through Cairo radio.
They all but admitted that the relay, for the time be be-ing
ing be-ing at least, had defeated the jamming operation. They
said similar jamming of Cairo radio wavelengths on tha
island is considered unfeasible now for technical reasons.

Meanwhile Greece today
sought United Nations interven intervention
tion intervention In It, crisis -with Britain
over Cyprus.
Greek ambassador Christian
X. Yalamas announced in New
Yorlc he would see secretary gen
eral Dag Hammarskjold today
and aslc that the General As
sembly d ?bat. C"pn' at It. next
Palamas said there was no
plan to seek Security Council
action at this time but that this
was a definite possibility, v
Greece threatened to seek
Security Council action last
Friday when the crisis came
to a head with British expul expulsion
sion expulsion of Archbishop Makarios,
leader of the "Union with
Greece'' movement in the Brit British
ish British colony.
The Greek ambassador to the
United Nations said he would
submit an item calling for Gen General
eral General Assembly discussion at its
fall term and that the ''explan ''explanatory
atory ''explanatory memorandum" necessary
to such action would be submit submitted
ted submitted within ten days.
The General Assembly re refused
fused refused last year to consider the
Cyprus auestton. This was a
sharp rebuff to Greece at the
time but the Assembly said on only
ly only it would not debate the is issue
sue issue "at this time."
Greece yesterday indicated It
would welcome United States
intervention in the Cyprus de debate.
bate. debate. Newlyweds Start
Second Honeymoon
CANTON, Conn., March 13 -(UP)
Newlyweds Philip and Ev Evelyn
elyn Evelyn Donaldson started out today
on their second Florida honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon in three days.
Their first wedding trip, follow following
ing following their marriage Saturday, end ended
ed ended in Woodbridee, N. J. where a
thief entered their motel and stole
nearly all their cash, $250, and
articles valued at more than $300.
Donaldson's mother-In law is
financing the second trip, this
time by train. '

never liked long white wedding mon and "particularly a great ma ma-dresses
dresses ma-dresses she said. "The plans are' ny friends in common."

indefinite. I don't know what
will do aJbout bridesmaids yet."
Margaret was asked the qual qualities
ities qualities she and Daniel had in com common.
mon. common. ,.
"We both like not to exercise,"
she replied, laughing.
Daniel said Margaret was an
"excellent" cook, but she added
that "between the two of us we can
cook one pretty good meal."
Daniel said he, like his father,
was a Democrat.
"I don't know whether I could
get into this family if I weren't,"
be said.
"But I didn't ask him about his
politics," Miss Truman interrupt interrupted.,.'
ed.,.' interrupted.,.' Asked if they planned a large
family, panicl quickly replied,
"That's a matter for the future."
Both Daniel and Miss Truman
are only children.
The couple said the fact that this
is Leap Year had "absolutely no nothing
thing nothing to do" with the engagement.
He artdpd that he and Miss Tru-

13'

n
( i
Greek Premier Constantino
Karamanlls told American news
men the United States should
"intervene decisively" or risk-
loss of Greece from NATO.
, The State Department made
no official statement but Wash Washington
ington Washington officials said the United
States had expressed its nfr.- M
concern to BntrOn o'Tt t r
ports Lion, of JMakf ios;
lhe action came after l. J .i
A. Cavallerato Greek charge d' d'-Affalres,
Affalres, d'-Affalres, called at the State De Department
partment Department to draw the United
States attention to "the serious
dangers created following recent
Cyprus developments."
Italian foreign minister Caet Caet-ano
ano Caet-ano Martino, visiting the Unit United
ed United Nations yesterday, told news newsmen
men newsmen his government would be
willing to mediate the dispute
between Italy's "two old friends,'
Britain and Greece.
Greek Envoy
Quits Britain
- . - - ar-
LONDON. March 13 (VT)rL
Greece's ambassador to Britain
left for home by plane today
following recall bv his pnvern
ment m protest against th
British deportation of Arch
bishop Makarios.
Greek ambassador Basil. Mn
tras declined to 'make a atafe-
ment before boarding his plane.
iuu suuuia jtuow ail aouut
that." he said.
Mostras was orleinallv to hava
left for Athens late last week.
He apparently delayed his de departure
parture departure for a final conference
with British foreign office offi officials
cials officials on Saturday.
The decision to return, never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, remained unchanged.
. His govern ment, however,
stressed that the recall did not
mean a rupture in diplomatic
relations between Greece and
Britain.
He said they met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Backer here
and soon began dating.
The bridegroom-to-bc was born
Sept. 19, 1912 in Zebulon. He was
graduated in 1933 from the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina and since
then has been a newspaper ani
news agency reporter, editor, col columnist,
umnist, columnist, war correspondent and
foreign correspondent.
His father said Daniel worked in
the family drugstore as a little
boy but did not like it.
"From the time he was six
years old, he had a newspaper
under his arm," the elder Daniel
said.:
When asked how it felt to be
the prospective father-in-law of a
former president's daughter, Dan Daniel
iel Daniel said:
"I am also the father of a fin
boy. The people here are very
happy that Margaret is marryii j
an American and a good nrwx.
paperman and a man of ahil.sv
and prestige in his li" of v



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NO APOLOGIES
To "I or Panama":
Inasmuch as I hold no great hope for the publication of an
American'! considered viewpoint In The Panama American, I
am sending copies of this letter to publications in the Uimea
Stales. This may bring to light some unknown facts to the
American people.
I read with interest your letter 'appearing in the Feb. 25
imue of The Panama American and I env bound to congratulate
you on your apparent intelligence, in most aspects, in grasping
the fundamental problems underlying, the present situation.
Speaking for American "gringos," as you call them. I feel it
incumbent upon me to call to your attention certain truisms
which exist and must be reckoned with.
There is no doubt in my mind that 'these truisms, whether
Quoted in this letter or not, shall be received by you and your
countrymen with feeling of disdain, hostility, or disbelief. As

duelists we must, however, grant ourselves a Know.eo.ge vi mc
. f uncamental factors inherent with our opponent.
while 1 admire and even uphold your Justifiable outrage

over the insulting correspondence formerly published against

your country, let me assure you tnat tne remancs maae are uie
rnnsldered onlnions of one Individual, a citizen of my country.

Before delving into the facts which you have taken issue witn,

let me first assure you that tne mamauai upon wnom you nave
vent your 111 will has merely been exercising a privilege in inherent
herent inherent with all Americans, the right of free speech.
This factor having been dispensed with, and Inasmuch as
I recognize your privileges, let us now confine ourselves to the
Issues at hand.
To begin with, you emphatically point up the situation
wherein my countrymen are aliens in your country...
' At first blush you are entirely correct, but all situations
are dependent for their character upon the circumstances sur surrounding
rounding surrounding their existence. In this respect allow me to point out
to you that in 1903 had bur government proceeded with the
Hay-Herran Treaty, the Republic of Colombia would have sold
outright the strip now known as the Canal Zone for a cash pay payment
ment payment of $10,000,000 with a yearly payment of $250,000.
..(
I need not point out to you the present agreement and its
ramifications in which, to make a long story short, we pay the
Republic of Panama the sum of almost two million dollars cur current
rent current annuatles In addition to the fact that we paid, In 1921 the
sum of $25,000,000 to the Republic of Colombia to recognize the
independence of Panama.
" These are facts which I am sure you are hot ready or will will-Inn
Inn will-Inn to refute. Therefore, let us say that the American who
must perforce be a taxpayer begins on firm footing any tirade,
Justifiable, or otherwise, which he may direct toward those who
would istroy or otherwise negate his country.'; ijrklnt Inter Interest
est Interest in the Canal Zone. '' v

I turn now to your statement concerning pensions for local

By VICTOR RIESEL

If Lucky Luciano and Joe Adonis
want to give up the underworld

ana earn an honest living, they

could open up a fine restaurant

on the Naples waterfront, not too

far from the Isle of Capri ferry

They can expect an influx of big
spenders from the U.S.A. who
have just learned they can't take
it on the lam from the new New

York Grand Jury anywhere within

our comers.
This latest Federal Grand Jury
took the underworld by surprise
it even took sections of the Justice

Dept. by surprise. And neither of
these forces surprise easily. Di Directed
rected Directed quietly by U.S. Attorney

Paul Williams, it was in business

even before the newsmen knew

of it.

Williams believes that New York

is the nation's 'capital for much of
organized crime. And he be believes
lieves believes that this Grand Jury has

we power to prosecute anyone anv-

where in the nation even if the

mobster or labor or business rack

eteer has never set foot in the
big town.
It is Williams' informed conten contention
tion contention that such a thug can be pulled
in even from California, for ex example,
ample, example, and prosecuted In New
York, so long i as the goon is in involved
volved involved in even one overt act con connected
nected connected with a crime, or conspiracy
taking place in New York. And
Williams is not the kind who does

his crossword puzzles in ink. He's

a cautious and painstaking prose prosecutor.
cutor. prosecutor. He is backed by Federal Judge

Arcnie uawson who impaneled the

jury. Judge Dawson, in a night

time television interview which
escaped public attention, when he

discussed the Jury s probe of the
trucking and garment rackets,

said:
"This thing has national scope,

You must remember that anyone
anywhere in the nation who is in

volved in any criminal conspiracy

emanating here comes under our

jurisdiction and we can prosecute

here m New York even though
some of the participants come
from elsewhere."
Thus speaks the Federal court.
The rush for the storm cellars

has started because the "first
phase" of the Grand Jury probe
of the heart of the crime syndicate

is already underway." A hieh

official tells me that "there will

be literally scores and scores of

witnesses subpoenaed from labor

and industry circles.

No government official would,

of course, discuss the specific plans

of the Grand Jury. But it is

learned that in addition to the

usual names which have cropped
up in the news over the past few
years, the heads of some of the

biggest trucking corporations will
be subpoenaed and quizzed, r1'-

Ihis wul lead to the waterfront

and the smelly trail will be fol followed
lowed followed right to the heart of the big-

Let us now turn to something which disturbs, nay, irks The,
the so-called "pood advice" broadcast to the citizens of my
country by CFN. I note in your letter that you make no
apelogles for being a Panamanian, nor do I expect you to but
bv the same token I do not Intend that my countrymen or my myself
self myself shall apologize for being Americans. CFN, you must Te Te-.
. Te-. member is an organ of the Department of Defense, as such
they must follow without reservation the dictates of our present
officials of the Stale Depaitment.
? I consider these advertisements propagated by CFN to be
an Indictment in a lateral form, of all Americans residing on
this Isthmus, therefore, following our constitutional precepts we
consider CFN impertinent and not representative of our coun country.
try. country. To reflect for a moment I can forecast a remedy to this,
a remedy which you as a Panamanian might not possibly be
able to effect were the situations, reversed. ,1, as others, may
in this year of 1056 exercise my franchise to vote out any party
or individual who has given the apologetic air to the exclama exclamation,
tion, exclamation, "I am an American." ,
I do not Intend, nor do I desire that my countrymen shall
Invade the sovereignty of your land and by word or action in insult
sult insult vour integrity. But. neither do I intend to require my

countrymen, because they are citizens of the greatest power on,'

eartn, to apologize or omerwise assuage tne uavia wno wouia
slay the Goliath with the stone of threat.
In my final paragraph I would like to explain to you and
those of your countrymen otherwise Interested that it Is not the
Intention of mv compatriots to assume by wilful thinking, po po-.
. po-. litical action or an act of war, any portion of that which is
your land nor influence Its government in any respect. It then
becomes important that we as Americans should expect that
treaties once promulgated and affixed by the seal of na national
tional national Integrity of the participating powers shall not be negat negated
ed negated by those who follow personal gain. This Is a reaction which
J am sure you will appreciate.
And in closing I wish only to qualify the attitude of Zo Zo-rtans,
rtans, Zo-rtans, servicemen, and also Americans everywhere, that our
country in all of its history has, by the Grace of God, attained
Its goals, paid Its debts, and otherwise satisfied its obligations;
testimonial which may not be claimed by every government
throughout the world. Therefore tread not on the tall of the
sleeping dog.
Colonel Blimp

is some talk, for -example, of

reaching into the Federal pen in

rate personnel. While I understand it is difficult for you to time crime syndicate itself. There

realize, I would like to point out tnat cturmg tne years laza to
1939 when my country suffered a depression unparalleled in its
history, my government did not, although it may well have done
4. discharge or otherwise supplant one local-rate laborer in the
lavor of an American citizen, although my country had then
fifteen million unemployed.

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Touch Yourself With
By BOB RUARK

Wand

SYDNEY, Australia f expect
I wll be a rich man by the time

you read this because have in

vested in a lottery ticket the name

lieve like me, that they'll win. with the new loot and he replied
it. In a way, theodds aren't much 'simply, "I'U do just what people

worse man ueiung ine nurse anainave aone lor me. ill give em

me Diose mat nits . weu, it s mooay nothme.

of which is Buena Suerte, or ''Good yachts and caviar. The funny part of the lottery
Luck'' in Spanish. The earliest lottery started In business-out here is that some

About the prettiest girl in town: Tasmania and was worth only 2,000, persons keeo'reDeiiinB wins. One

i i i .i i. .. i -j u i. I.- ,e .. . u i ,1 . : w ...

Mama and I own the other. We! have been climbing until the ne
can't lose. When we win, a? well'm going to win is worth 250,000

certainly shall, we will split 250.000 pounds. But you don't really have

pounds or about ?600,000, and to win that much money. There

there's no tax on it.

You talk about your "$64,000

Question" in America. Peanuts!
and taxable besides.

In this year of our Lord- a coun

try of some 10 millions will pour
over 33 million pounds, or nearly
100 million dollars, into five lotter lotteries.
ies. lotteries. Only South Australia is out
of the goldrush.

In the one upcoming in Tasman

ia, you can win a hotel worth
half a million bucks. And if you

don't want the bother of runnng

it, they ll buy it hack. ?

The various State governments

collect about one-third of the total

revenue from the lotteries. What
I cannot understand about them
is that serious people doctors,

lawyers, merchants, chiefs

Milan, Mich., for Al (the Execu- cheerfully invest a hundred bucks

tioner) Anastasia of the old Mur

der, Inc. The Justice Dept. is of officially
ficially officially on record charging Brother
Albert with powerful influence
over sections of the great New
York harbor.
Anastasia also is deeply inter interested
ested interested in the trucking and dress
industries in which there has
been at least one murder of an In International
ternational International Ladies' Garment Workers-Union
official. From Anastasia
the clues will lead to Pennsylvania,
where the mob has some dress
shops.
But the probe Is not expected
to stop there. If the Grand Jury
takes its assignment seriously, and
demands a longer 'life, it will also
fro. deeply into the construction
field.
All of these areas are Imbedded
with racket-political tie-ups. Some
observers recall that the Joe Fay
scandal shook New York and New
Jersey and affected gubernatorial
and senatorial elections.
Coming in an election year, this

nrobe can have sharp effect on
the presidential and congressional
elections if the Grand Jury, goes
fully into the political connections.

And it may wen ao inai.

in the big ones and seriously be-

are thrice-weekly lotteries where

five shillings can win you prizes
raning from 10,000 quid down to
five pounds.
The government's end of the lot lotteries
teries lotteries goes to hospitals and old
soldiers' homes and such. The peo people's
ple's people's end goes to all manner of
foolishness. .. ,
' One drunk was in the drunk tank
when he was notfied that he'd
won and he bailed Out all his bud
dies. One chap had a 14-hour party,
which was interrupted only when
he had to go and feed his pigs.
One character said that a big win winning
ning winning had wrecked his life and he
moves away from his home town
to avoid the publicity ; and, inci incidentally
dentally incidentally the cadgers.
One gent was so rich ths he

regretted winning. Another was

lady won so frequently that she

said she wouldn't buv anv more

tickets because people would think

sne was greedy.

A florist once shared first and
second prize in the same lottery
and the same thing happened to

a butcher, it also happened to a

Solomon Islander who was an oiler
on a ship. He bought a suit of
clothes and a phonograph and hor horrified
rified horrified the missionaries with hisur-

plus bank account.
I have never understood the
revulsion with which America

views lotteries, especially whe'n

you consider how much dough we
dump nto Irish Sweepstakes and
such. It is gambling, which ma v

be wicked, but ; no more wicked
than horse betting or participation

.:i quiz snows. i
The revenue helps the state and
changes lives of individuals. For,
in final consideration, it is the
tnly chance an ordinary fellow has
to change hs rags to riches, to

asked what he was going to do touch himself with a magic wand.

Congress Plods
By PETER EDS0N

On

WASHINGTON (NEA) Amid
much sound and fury, Congress
plods along at the Justomary elec election
tion election year pace. i
Rep., Peter Freylinghuysen (R (R-NJ)
NJ) (R-NJ) suggests "No important legis legislation
lation legislation may be passed this year."
In the first two months of the
present session 27 bills have been

passed and signed b. the Presi

ance through June, 1957. Provision. Extension of present federal tax
for maintenance of Merchant Ma-1 rates Likely. -
rine Academy. A deficiency appro-h Housing program just present-

pnauuu ux oa million aoiiars to run ea. ioo early to tell

Senate invest.Vafnr. t,,.,. I.?!s') that, prior to this.

pany not only paid zero income

iacs m ioj ana 1S54, but actually
made- money in the form of tax
crediU under the special tax laws
written for the benefit of the oil
industry.
This may explain why Superiors
free-spenaing president, Bui Kek
was ablet o throw political con contributions
tributions contributions around.
All other coroorations ha v. v.in

paying 52 per cent of their net

income as taxes smce 1952. Yet the
rich oil comnanipc hava konn

mg next to nothing because of de-

iJituon auowances ana other tax
loopholes.

Keck'S COmDanv carnprl tmn

388 net income m 1954. But believe
it or not, after all the tax deduc

ing were aaaed, the government
ended UP OWine the rnmnanv tmn

000 in tax credits. The company's

"nuns mr i.aoj were even
more incredible. Its

fore Uxes was $12,500,382. The net
income after taxes was $13,000,382

r ouu,uuv mora man the origi

serves. This was wronsr. And I apol-

ugue ior unueresumalmg IwcKay's
generosity.
For, during the fall of 1933, "Gen.
erous D'eug" issued 53 oil and gas

icaacs 10 uie aneu uu Company
in the Railroad Valley Game Man Management
agement Management area of Nevada.
Hunureds of small wildcatters
abandoned their applications durin"
McKay's alleged "stop order7
They took McKay at his word,
thought no leases were processed
while that order was on the books
from Aug. 31, 1953, to Dec. 2, 1955.
However, a potent Company, Shell
Oil, got closer to McKay than the
others and secured 53 leases.
This was developed during testi testimony
mony testimony before the House Marine and
Fisheries Committee.
"After all, he (McKay) had is issued
sued issued the stop order, and he had
the right to change the stop order
if he wanted to." testified rtnnau

J, Chanev. Interior Dnna

lawyer for Fish and Wildlife.

uia ne give any notice of lift-

nal income. Aeain ihnDmLV '..'a ne Cve any notice of lift

paid off miTha&inn Tn ,hnf? P raer? ?!?ed. Chair.

form of tax credits "iau noen Conner oi worth Caro-

In Other words nil

are the only corporations that can

etd a yea wir. hZ- inLCan "No' not that I know of,' replied
TilSOf PWic notice."

the government. Authorization for
Passamaquoddy tidal power sur survey..
vey.. survey.. -.'.-.V-:-:
The other 20 measures include
ten federal land transfers and pri
vate relief bills, seven minor tax

dent. One was vctosd the naturalllaw revisions, a minor communi communi-gas
gas communi-gas bill. I cations law amendment, approval
This is not a fair measure of. all for a passport fee increase and
the work done in Congress this approval of livestock and poultry

vear

In the Senate' 689, bills, resolu resolutions
tions resolutions and measures of all kinds
have been Introduced 298 have
been reported out by committees
and 184 have been paused.
In the House, 2032 measures
have been introduced, 298 have
been reported out and 189 have
been passed.
What cuts down the' total is that
Senate and House haven't acted on
the same measures, except on
the 27.
Only seven of those fully ap approved
proved approved can be considered impor important:
tant: important: Authorization for foreign sales of
nonbasic farm surpluses. Increase
for Small Business Administration
disaster loans. Approval for hou's-.

ing repair loans in disaster areas

import regulations for the Virgin

isianas.
In the whole kit -nd boodle there

Isn't anything for a congressman!

Water, resources oolicv Not

much expected this year.
Increased foreign aid with long
range authorization Faces trou trouble
ble trouble because of general foreign
policy criticism.
U.S. membership in OTC new
organization for Trade Coopera CooperationFaces
tionFaces CooperationFaces opposition from high
tariff lobbies.
Second Hoover Commission rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations on reorganization of

reaerai government Little prog

ress to date, hut this one; is

to write home about, to get reTstymied in White House offices, not

elected

The accomplishments are sr mi minor
nor minor that Executive Offfce aides

haven t even compiled a list of the

Congress

Independently, Congress is work

ing on a half-dozen major Icgis

iouve iiiKds ui us own.

things President Eisenhower has Higher, rigid 'price supports on
flclrnr! Pnnornce 4 n H n f V, i o vafl,ir..Djfl tn ..mm n- T. ..

About a dozen of them are con.

sidered really important
Farm relief Senate may vote
soon. No House action.
School aid Tied up over racial
segregation issue.
Highway plan Ways and Means
Committee wrangling on taxes.
Immigration law revision Ma Majorities
jorities Majorities don't want.

. Postal rate increases Doubtful

Extension of polio vaccine assist- in an election year.

Congress tacks it onto soil bank

i-.ans.

Tax cuts Will come up late in

session it justified

New requirement for disclosure

on union welfare funds.
Fixing responsibility for detefsmi

nation rf a president's inability to

serve and who would assume his

duties This is, of course, an out
'continued on Page 7)

"t he only guy who should poss
on curves Is a beouty contest
ludae. cncar

3'

NOTICE
The Board of Directors invites
all stockholder of llie
CIA. CHIRICANA DE LECHE, S.A.
to the annual meeting of its stpckholders to be
held on the 15th of March 1956 at 8:00" p.m. in
the main hall on the Panama Chamber of Commerce
Building.
CAMILO QUELQUEJEU
' Secretary..

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LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS

(t Ijnlra fen(.iir nf (lir Pans.

ma-American, prepared by the

Hev. M. A. Cookson, Episcon;!

Churches of Our Saviour-St. Mar

garet.) -.

WORRY VS FAITH

Read St. Mark 4:35-41. "And he

said unto them, Why are ye so the facts

leariur.' now is it that ye have no

faith?

they were fearful, their patience
must have been seriously taxed.
When He asked them how it was
they' had no faith, they must have
felt like asking Him how it was
that He had any faith at all in
face of the facts. Worry is always
conquered not by a denial of the

facts but Ly a faith that outruns storm away as quickly as tlty

and physical energy to fight the

siorm

JESUS SAW more than the dis

ciples did. They saw the storm,
the water filling the boat, the dan danger.
ger. danger. He saw the storm, but he al also
so also saw the winds carrying the

THE INCIDENT described in

this passage tils of Our Lord and
His disciples crossing the Lake df
Galilee when a severe storm

blows up. Thsi disciplej were wor-'
ried. Jesus, was not. Thcv certain-'

ly had everv reason for being

worried tne wind and the waves,
thj small boat rapidlv filling with
wrtci

OUR LORD knew that worry
never achieves anything. No mat matter
ter matter how dangerous the storms
might be, and no matter how lit little
tle little likelihood there was for a safe
landing, the anticipation of the di disaster
saster disaster would neither stop the
stornt nor make a happy landing.

had brought it. He saw that while

we are noi spared every narufnip,
we are promised the necessary

strength to meet it God's pledge

or sutticient strength for everv sit

uation. Trusting that, He did not
worry. He saw the storm but He

rode above it.

WHEN JESUS ashed them- why

HE KNEW that man cannot pro prolong
long prolong his life one second by worry worrying
ing worrying pyeMti'He knew further that
worrv Isdanaerous.'"The"""fishcr-i'

mar heeded al! of their mental

OUR LORD taught us to see all
the facts, the dangers and God's
pledge, and the winds that will

either blow it away or raise you

abofe it.

Ood -w-alwayt-g ivinguM)ppoi

tunnies to put our faith to work

BAD TIMES
UNDER DEMOCRATS

In 1952, when Truman was In

otlice, Superior didnt do as well

Out Of a $12,100,165 income, the

company actually paid the govern government
ment government $200,000.However, this was
only 1.6 per cent of its income
while companies in other industries

were paying 52 per cent.

The highest tax Snnerinr has

paid in the past 10 years was

j,uuu,oooo m 1948. also under Tru

man. This was only 16.7 ner cent.

however, of a $17,917,474 income.
In 1946, Superior again paid abso

lutely no income tax. Most often,
the payment has amounted to a

p-ltry $200,000, which happened to

De ine iigure lor 1949, 1950 and
1952.

By paying only token taxes, the

oil companies have been able to
raise more money to lobby for

mora tax, loopholes. These, in turn,
have freed more monev to lobhv

for still more loopholes a merry,
profitable merry-go-round for the
oil toys. But its the small tax

payers who are realty financing

the oil lobby, since they have to

mane up tne taxes thu oil com

panies don't pay. '. :

Mote l-rThanks to these' aston

ishing tax benefits, millionaires
have sprung up in the oil industry
as nowhere else. Texas oil million millionaires
aires millionaires have been contributing vast
sums to their political pets, like

Sen. Joe McCarthy, and pouring

money into political magazines,
broadcasts, and other propaganda
to influence public opinion.

Note z ror years Speaker Sam'

Rayburn of Texas has carefully
scrutinized the House Ways and

Means Committee which writes the
tax laws to make sure nobody was

put on that committee who might
vote against the 27Vi per cent oil

depiei.on allowance and the right

of ou gas companies to write off

the total cost of drilling wells. This
is one reason the special tax bene benefits
fits benefits have never been changed.
OIL VS WILDLIFE
What the oil-gas companies have
been getting out of the Ike ad administration
ministration administration continues to. unfold
with exciting drama. I owe an
apology for underestimating this
generosity in the past
On Jan. 11 1956, I revealed for
the first time how "generous
Doug' McKay had bowed to Maj.

lina.

ment instead of the othZ 5?. othcr p?PIe who wanted

around. lu F' inis PrPei'ty com come in

and make the same claim?'

"Not that I know of," Chaney
admitted.
Next day Rep. Henry S. Reuss
(D., Wis.) pointed out that during
McKay's so-called "stop order
a total of 60 oil and gas leases
had been issued. By contrast, only
16 leases had previously been is is-sued
sued is-sued during the entire 55-year his history
tory history of wildlife refuges.
"It is well said," declared Reuss,
referring to the stop order, vthat
what the. secretary hath given, the
secretary can take away. And what
the secretary was doing when he
granted these leases was inct nm

tanto amending the stop order.

"I suggest that this really is not
a very good way to run a govern government
ment government department; that when we
want to repeal an order we repeal
it in writing, and we duly publicize
the repeal so that all men may
know what is nnmo nn W dn nnf

simply violate the order." Reuss

insisted.

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Henry Ford Admik Dealers Were
Asked For Campaign Contributions

4.

WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)
Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney (D (D-Okla.)
Okla.) (D-Okla.) charged today that Ford
dealers were subjected to "indi "indirect
rect "indirect coercion" to contribute to
President Eisenhower's successful
1952 campaign.
He made the statement after
Henry Ford II told a Senate sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee investigating auto mar marketing
keting marketing practices that his assist assistant
ant assistant solicited funds from Ford deal dealers
ers dealers for the Republican campaign
four years ago. Ford said the aid
acted "as a private citizen" and
with his approval.
But, he added, "I tlid not nor
did anyone else in the Ford Motor
Co., to my knowledge exert any
pressure, directly or indirectly, on
our dealers to support either of
the presdential candidates in the
last election."
ftift jBiihfnmmiitpe

iUUlHUHV, Viiv -------- -
chairman, said the groups staff importance

has been informed that Ford deal-1 name.

rs were solicited in a letter on
Ford's personal stationery and
that Ford's name was used in
calling political meetings of deal-
Sens. Charles E. Potter (R (R-Jlich.)
Jlich.) (R-Jlich.) and Frederick G. Payne
R-Maine) demanded that Mon Monroney
roney Monroney produce evidor.ee to support
his charge. Potter said the chair chairman
man chairman was repeating "phantom
statements about phantom deal dealers."
ers." dealers." Payne charged that Monro Monroney
ney Monroney was dealing in "innuendoes."
Ford made it clear that, as an
Eisenhower supporter, he intends
to solicit funds for the Republican
party- this year But he said he
could not tell at this time whether
any Ford dealers Would be solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. If they" are, he added, there
will be: no pressure, i '.
Ford said, the 1952 contributions
were sought by his personal as assistant,
sistant, assistant, Allen W. Merrell, a mem member
ber member of the GOP National Finance
Committee and a delegate at-

large to the 1952 Republican Na National
tional National Convention.
He said Merrell asked him in
the summer of 1952 if he might
call together "a selected group of
Ford dealers. . all strong Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower supporters" to ask them to
solicit GOP campaign fund contri contributions
butions contributions from other auto dealers.
Ford said he agreed but "speci "specified
fied "specified that no pressure of any kind

be exerted on any dealer. .that

none of the company's sales re
presentatives or any other compa
nv personnel take Dart in the soii

citation of campaign .funds, and

that no company funds be expend expended
ed expended for anything in carrying out the
program."
Monroney said he believed Ford
exerted no pressure on the deal dealers.
ers. dealers. But he told the president of

the huge motor company that

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Free Asian League
Premises To Fight
Against Communism
MANILA, March 13 (UP) -The
Asian People's anti r Communist
League resolved to press the fight
of "free nations'' against Commu Communism
nism Communism as its second conference
closed yesterday. v
rn(iinni rhairman Jn&A M.

Hernandez of the Philippines said

a declaration stating tne -unequivocal
position of Asia's free peo peo-!
! peo-! ncrainst- Soviet Russia, co-ex-

istenen with the Communists and

neutralism" would be issued

' day.
The conference opened last Fri Friday
day Friday with delegates and observers
from Nationalist China,, the Re Republic
public Republic of Korea, South Vietnam,
Hong Kong, Macao, Ryukyus and
, the Philippines,.

The conierees agreea 10 meei

BAY CITY, Mich., March 13 13-(UPJ
(UPJ 13-(UPJ An escapea mental pa patient,
tient, patient, who nurseu a grudge for
nine years, today attempted to as as-sasinate
sasinate as-sasinate federal Judge Frank Pic Pic-ard
ard Pic-ard with a shotgun blast fired
through the door of Picard's court courtroom......
room...... courtroom...... The blast tore into the stone
wall behind the head i of Picard,
the federal judge1 who- handed

down the portai-to-portal pay de decision
cision decision after World War II and
who presided at the trial of the
"second-string Communists" in
Michigan several years ago.
Theodore Wloch, 68, a Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, Mich, farmer, who escaped
from Ypsilanti State Hospital in
1952, was seized by FBI agents in
a corridor of the court building.
Picard, after viewing the 18-inch
pattern in the wall directly behind
him, said "Some of them pellets
must have gone through me." He
was presiding over a case when
the IB-gauge shotgun was fired.
Police said Wloch had sent
threatening postcards to Picard in
1947 after Picard ruled he had no
jurisdiction in a civil suit filed by
Wloch in an attempt to recover
a farm from his divorced wife.
Wloch was committed to the hos hospital
pital hospital in 1950 by federal Judge
Theodore Levin after postal offi officials
cials officials complained about the threat

ening postcaras.

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in by a private detective last week
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and "tried to hire me."
"If I went into hibernation ev every
ery every time I received a warning,

I'd never get anything done,- Pic Picard
ard Picard said.
, The judge said that at first he
thought the shot fired at him was

a 'blanK. He remcricea aiter

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Accused Of Killing
Pregnant Teenager

APPLETON, Wis., March 13

(UP) A high school athlete to today
day today Was charged with murdering
his pregnant swetheart because
she threatened to tell their par par-rents
rents par-rents unless he married her.
Police Chief H, Z. Engerson said
that Michael McCormick, arraign arraigned
ed arraigned on a second de'ee onurder
Charge admitted he slugged The Theresa
resa Theresa Van. Der Herst, 18, with a
10-inch brass cartridge case, then
stuffed her body in a cranny in
the basement of his grandmother's
home. '- ',' "
The body of the victim, i w h o
would have given birth to a baby

j girl in six weeks, was discovered
tin the basement of the home at
Kaukana near here Police said
'she was killed Friday night.

I Police said McCormicK, 17, a
basketball player, admitted hav hav-jing
jing hav-jing been intimate with the girl in
'the basement of the home while
I his grandmother was away.

The parents am not Know oi tne
advanced pregnancy, police said,
although it was "common knowl knowledge"
edge" knowledge" at the high school the girl
attended.

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to keep their distance, as this one Is doing. The fence surrounds
stalls of studs at the Missouri Farmers Association's dairy breed
ing barn. The bulls are used in an artificial insemination pool,
which allows farmers to breed their cows with some of the nation's'
finest animals without the hazard of keeping a dangerous bull
on the farm. '

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Graham Greenes first novel in
five years.THE yUIET AMERI-j
CAN (Viking) is set in Indo China
where the French were fighting a
losing battle a short time ago to
hold on to their Asian colony. J
The story is told by Thomas
Fowler, a middle-aged, cynical l
English newspaperman, an old
hand in the Far East. He has
found n certain contentment in his!
foreign post, what with his beauti-
ful young Vietnamese mistress
Phuong, opium smoking, and his j
role of objective observer without;
personal involvement. He would
marry Phuong but his wife in i

London, whom he deserted, will
not grant him a divorce, for re religious
ligious religious reasons.

Out to Saigon comes Alden Pyle,
a young American on a mysterious

government mission. Pyle is an
iHnolict full tt o)09ntt mActli Aiit

of books by YorK Harding, who
had spent a few weeks in the Ori Orient).
ent). Orient). He believes he is working for

"democracy, helping to "save the

tast irom Communism," that
"right must triumph. Hes an in innocent
nocent innocent nuisance whose blunders in injure
jure injure the people he tries to help.
Pyle makes himself a friend of
Fowlers and soon finds himself in
love with Phung, whom he wishes
to marry and bring home to Amer America.
ica. America. He sees nothing strange in
asking Fowler to act as interpreter
while he tells Phung he wants to
marry her. Fowler faced with the
loss of Phuong, realizes slowly that
his aloofness and determination
not to become involved in lovo or
life is only a sham. Phuong with
Oriental fatalism adjusts to events
as they happen.
Greene is in his usual sharp
form as he explores motives and
background of his characters. He
gets in many a lick about "inno "innocent
cent "innocent Americans determined to
save Asia in spite of the Asian..."
Numbers and the relationships

between them have fascinated!
men clear back to. the ancient days
when they assigned them mystic
meanings. Every generation since j
then has included men who made!
numbers their principal business,!
men whose work was not usually!

understood by their lay contem contemporaries
poraries contemporaries even when it had a pro profound
found profound effect on their lives.
Norbert Wieners I AM A
MATHEMATICIAN (Doubleday) is
a progress report on the work of
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he has made a sincere but only
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If it is difficult to grasp the de details
tails details of his work, however, there
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his iripnls his reflections and the

manner in vJiieh he hau put his
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This is an unusually interesting
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PAGE FOUR
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K.T.Sf AND TH2 FLSATU
I J GEOSGS 1VINM1
Former Boss Of Red Poland,
Boleslaw Bierut Dies At 63
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LuNDOX. March 13 (UP) r Yesterday, "amid symptoms

o4elaw Bierut, the LommuniM

r.tatfir who rose tnrousn me

t ?nifi tn hrconic bos of Red Po

land died in Moscow yesterday
following brief illness, he Pol Polish
ish Polish new acency Pap reported to today.
day. today. He was 63.

R!.5-nf served as President of

Tolafld at the end of World War
H later was named Premier and
resigned in March, 1954, to be be-coiik
coiik be-coiik first secretary of the unit united
ed united IlLsh Workers (Communist)
Party. During that time be had
held place Poland firmly under
Bed .control. .
Pap said he contracted m
flm'bxa and pneumonia late in
February and suffered an inju injury
ry injury to a heart muscle on March
11.

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said.
Bierut. I pale little man with a
toothbruch moustache, won fame
during World War II for his part
in the anti-German underground.
Before tbat he had a long record
or Communist activities, begin begin-nig
nig begin-nig as a party agitator.
He became Provisional Presi President
dent President of Poland at the end of the
second World War and on Feb.
5, 1947, was overwhelmingly e e-lected
lected e-lected President by the newly newly-elected
elected newly-elected Parliament. He bid
been opposed by the Polish Pea Peasant
sant Peasant Party led by Slanislaw Mi Mi-kola
kola Mi-kola jczyk, but the party cast
blank ballots because P a r I i a a-ment
ment a-ment was elected by terror and
fraud.
He served as President until
Nov. 20. 1952. when the Commu

nists had taken over full control of
the Polish government. He was

named Premier, a post he held un-j
til March 19, 1954, when he decid-j
ed to devote all his activity to the i
ruling Red Party. i
Bierut was born April 18, 1892,
at Rury Jezuickie, near I.ublin, in

eastern Poland, the son of a woik woik-pr'g
pr'g woik-pr'g family. Details of his early
life vary. Some biographies say
he was a Czarist officer in 1915
and a Soviet Secret Service agent
in the 1920s and 20s.

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game in spades againsf any-
tiling less than inspired defense.
Unfortunately, for South, the de de-'
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. ik! that declarer would plan to
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Savings Accounts,
Insurance Reserves
Reach Record High
WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)
The Home Loan Bank Board re re-oorted
oorted re-oorted todav that savings accounts.

saving bonds and reserves of life

j insurance companies increased by

!a near post-war record amount
last year.
Savings rose despite record
j spending of $202,300,000,000 in 1955
and the largest year-to-year in in-I
I in-I crease in consumer debt on record
$6,100,900,000.

All categories included in the
board's study, showed increases,
except postal savings which drop dropped
ped dropped 11 per cent, to continue a
post-war decline dating back to
1947. At the end of 1955. such ac accounts
counts accounts were estimated at $1,990, $1,990,-000.000,
000.000, $1,990,-000.000, the board reported.
The biggest gain in 1955 was
shown in savings and loan associa association
tion association savings accounts. They jump

ed 18.2 per cent irom isri,

com

opened the ace of spaae3 ana pared wan per cem ns cm

continued with anoiner spaac.. ,i me previous ye

r -,iy held the second ; tncK

V i e jai'K 01 spaces, ana o

'f naturally reiurnoa inc juw
howl from the dummy t the
I "third trick. East now demonstrated
, that, he could be as effective as bis

partner. He rose with the king of

hearts, holding the trick. 1ms

; enabled him to lead a third trump,
ithus exhausting dummy's trumps.

Now South was limited to nine

I, tricks. He could take four trump
tricks, four diamonds, and club,

hut that was all.

!! If East had failed to rise with
rthP kinff of hearts. West would

'hrte been forced to win the first

't heart trick. West could not have
returned a third trump, and South
!! would have been able to ruff one

m heart in the dummy. This ruffing

"trick would have given him his
i contract.

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than laau.
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banks increased by 2.8 per cent,

leaving the estimated year-en a
total at 46 billion dollars, up 30.7
per cent from 1950.

Tree Money

JACKSONVILLE, Tex.-(UP)-"Money
grows on trees" is more

than just a saying in mis unerosee
rminlv town deeo in the Dine for

ests of eastern Texas. One huge
tree produced $112.33 revenue
when it was sawed out at $33 per

l (wn hoard feet. The 75-year-oia

tree was 120 feel tall and 44 feet

thick and yielded 3,404 board teet.

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fhiUp't life Is tilled with braises.
(Tell -worn steps and rap be usee.
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TIE5DAV. Mincn 13. 13.'S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN ISTilTlSDiy.T DAILY NOVSPAFEn
pa:
!

Social anc

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wide

ijx 134, funuhi.i

Hj Staffers

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t tJ&fipmmU, himrnAfa, &rtL, Prt:' tuJ 3tm tk..fJ L msifJt frfrnfiff U LummLm Xwa.
J. mff L t, !,i,,l4 Pm 2-V740 2C14I U 9:00 -J i mff

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TIIF PRFSIDENT OF PANAMA AND FIRST L ADY attended gala Red Cross Ball and Fashion
Show at El Panama Hotel, Sunday night. Seen left to right are: Minister of Government
and Justice Alejandro Remon Cantera, Panama's First Lady Mrs. Olga de Anas, the President
of Panama, Ricardo Arias, Mrs, Alberto Boyd, wife of the Minister of Foreign Relations, and
the Minister of Foreign Relations, Alberto Boyd.

and Mrs. Pedreschi will be at

home in Boquete where Dr. Pe Pedreschi
dreschi Pedreschi is resident physician.

Rictption At
Tht French Embassy"
The Ambassador of France and

Mme. Lionel Vasse will hold a re-
ception in honor General de Bei-Mrs, T- A. Aanstoos

Bade and Mme. aiarcei rencue uii riwii.. ..w...w
l ;,, t n,. Fmhussv Resi- Mrs. T. A. Aanstoos who has-Cancar Lteturt Out

group will hold their card and no no-host
host no-host party at the Army-Navy Club
Thursday at 12:30 p,m. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations should be made by Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night.

j i rv frnm tn 8 'been visitiniz with her family on

months, sailed Monday night on the

SS. "Ajax'' for Baltimore.

p.m.
Eugtnt Lombard Honored
At Forowoll Dinntr
On Friday, The French Ambas Ambas-lador
lador Ambas-lador and Mme. Lionel Vasse
were hosts at farewell dinner at
the French Embassy Residence
for the Executive Secretary of the
Canal Zone and Mrs. Eugene
Lombard who are leaving this
month for the U.S.
DistinguithtoV Visitor
Entertained
The French Cultural Attache to
Colombia and Mme. L. Lambeau

who are passing through Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, were feted at a dinner at the
Vrnrh F.mhassv Residence re-

rpntlv bv the Ambassador of

France and Mme. Lionel Vasse.
Mr. AnJ Mr. Ab Dainy
Have Weekend Viiiter
Lieut Commander ? Kresheffky
of the 1 USNS "Greenville Victo Victory"
ry" Victory" which has just returned from
the South Pole as part of the ex expedition
pedition expedition "Operation Deepfreeze
wis the weekend guest of Mr. and
Mri. Abe Daisey of South Margarita...-
VUiting In Boquete
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Milton
E. Miles are staying at the Pana Pana-monte
monte Pana-monte Inn at Boquete accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by Mrs. Miles parents Mr.
and Mrs. Charles German, Mr.

and Mri. .Roy Mosher,- ana mr.

and Mrs. Charles Morgan.
a ImpIvp hour hike to Cerro Pun

ta was undertaken by Admiral and

Mrs, Miles on Sunday.
Boquete Chapet ...
Sran of WeddinO

The Little Chapel of the Sacred
Heart at-Alto Una, Boquete was
fh scene of the wedding of. Miss

Rrittemarie Janson, daughter of

the Swedish Consul General to Pa
nama and Mrs. Carl Axel Janson

to Dr. Carlos Pedreschi. son of

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Emilio Pe

dreschi.
Sponsors of the wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Lince, Mr.
and Mrs. Guillermo Fernandez,
Mr. ard Mrs. Hans Elliot, Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Camazon, Dr. and
Mrs. Bernadino Gonzalez Ruiz,
Dn and Mrs. Aristobulo Carrizo,
and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Pedreschi.'-.
.
Maid of honor was Miss Elva
Landau of Boquete and Mr. C.
Bolivar Pedreschi was best man.
Pachita Janson, younger sister .of
the bride was flower girl and
voi m o Peter and Richard Janson
carried ring and arras.
'following the wedding ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony a reception was held at the Pa Pa-namonte
namonte Pa-namonte Inn for about 200 guests

After a brief wedding trip Dr

In El Velio

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baldwin re

turned to El Valle yesterday toi

spend a few days vacationing.
En Route To U. S.

Mr. and Mrs. Roberto M o 1 1 a

have left on a trip that will take

in San Sa vador and the united

States.
Easter Sunrise Ritas
Planned

Easter Sunrise Services at Fort

Davis will take place on Easter
morning at 6 a.m. The committee
in charge include Chaplain Ralph
Arms, Chaplain McMehan, t h e
Rev. Milton A. Cook son and the

Vn. Mainert J. iPetcrson. ; 1

Plans include the use of the
60th Army Band, under the baton
of Raloh Dials, and the Four

Notes Quartette. Rev.. David A.
Morgan, pastor of the Bethany
Baptist Church will give the sermon.

Parties For Mri. Chaster Dudley
Mrs. Chester Dudley who is
leaving shortly for her home in
New York was entertained at a
luncheon recently by Mrs. Jose
Riba at her home in El Cangre Cangre-jo.
jo. Cangre-jo.
A large group of friends were

invited bv ur. ana Mrs. cnai

: Raymond to bid Mrs. Dudley fare

well at a barbecue at their home.

Fldanque-Madure
Weddina Plant

Invitations are being sent out for

the forthcoming wedding of Miss
Linda Jean Fidanque, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fidanque to
Mr. Douglas Osmond Maduro, son

of Mr. and Mrs. Clilfoid b. Ma
duro which will take place on Sal
urday, April 7th, in New York Ci
ty.
Weckeding At Taboga
Among those spending the week weekend
end weekend in Taboga were Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Mercer, Dr. and Mrs. Teo-

doro Arias, Miss Cecilia Heurte-

matte, Miss Tita Pacheco and Mr.
Gaspar Pacheco.

A lecture concerning the diag

nosis and treatment of cancer wUl
be given by Colonel W, W. Nichol,
Chief Surgical Service, Chairman,
Professional Education Sub-Committee
and Acting Superintendant
of Gorgas Hospital on Wednesday
at 7:00 p.m. at Ward 17, Gorgas
Hospital.

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HAPPY IIOMECOMING Steve and Pat Bailey look at their
4-day old sister, Thora Lee with great interest as they meet
her for the first time. Their mother Jean, who Is the wife of
Dr. W. T, Bailey of Gorgas Hospital, is delighted to be reunited
with the rest of the family.

JJ1T1TO

Ejch notice for Inclusion In eh It
column should nuhmitlfd in type-
rmm form and mailed to one of
the box numbers lilted daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Olbenwise," or delivered
h.r hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted bj tele tele-phone.
phone. tele-phone. American Legion Auxiliary

Unit No. 1 Meets Tonight

ine regular monthly meeting of

the American Legion Auxiliary. U-

nit No. 1 will be held tonight at

r.M at the American Legion Club,
Ft. Amador. The Slate for 1936-

57 Officers will be presented.
There will be nomination of Offic

ers and initiation. AH members of
the Unit who have not been initiat initiated
ed initiated or obligated are asked to make
a special effort to attend and re receive
ceive receive their pins.

on Friday. March 23. The Judges
for the competition will be Miss
Jeanne Brown, Librarian and
English Instructor at Cristobal
Hi$h School; and Miss Edbrooke,
Chief Nurse at Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Mrs. J. M. Brown, Club Pres President,
ident, President, will award the medals to
the finalists in each grade,
Fort Amador Officer' Wives'
Club Business Meeting
The Fort Amador Officers'
Wives Club will hold its regular
businesst meeting and coffee on
Wednesday at 6:30 a.m. at the Army-Navy
Club, Fort Amador. Res Reservations
ervations Reservations are not necessary.
Hostesses for the coffee will be
Mrs. J, L. Frink and Mrs. J, H.
Wiechmann.
To Meat Thursday
The Gamboa Union Church Ves Vespers
pers Vespers Circle of the Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. B. A.

Herring.
Meeting Of Mary Bartlett
Circle
The Mary Bartlett Circle will
meet in the home of Mrs. J. A
Eraser at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.

,WHY DON'T THE TV DRAMAS'

I TAKE VP OUR REAL
'STRUGGLES?

Why do the writers of TVj
dramas 'think that the average'
man and his wife are most inter inter-'ested
'ested inter-'ested in plays about psychopathic;

killers, youug hoodlums running'

from the law or on parole, and
in murder, murder, murder?
Why do they think they're not in

terested in plays that attempt to
solve some of the problems of ev

eryday living?

For years both men and women;
have been writing me about their;
frustrations, their problems, and'
their struggles to make their mar-
riages happier, to be better par-!
ents, and to lu!p their aging par-l

nts find satisfactory life. ?

These are the things they think i

about and worry about. These are
their challenges. :
Plays touching on any of these
problems, if well written and with without
out without pat endings, would surely find
an interested audience.
Why, then, are normal people

trying to meet life's problems!
asked, night after night, to watch I

'the solution to problems that in;
I u u : ..!.- ...

iiu nay luutn uicm uuccuy ur are
ever likely to?
( If we are going to have problem
plays why not make them about
i problems that face a great major

ing normal v:i,i u"

much neurotic nonsense.

ity of the people waUfcir-.g the producers have to Urn ihr? :
screen? jle.T.s into rea:-:;o crana "'
Do the TV producers think the would only make the .':ort ta

r audience is maae -up of peop..e. us sometl.

no want to escape their real
problems by watching plays about
things su remole from them they
don't seem real? :
If they do they may be missing
a bet. Certainly my mail doesn t
indicate that people are trying to

escape.
People are. looking desperately
for answer to the problems of ev everyday
eryday everyday living.
What a underfill chance TV

FREE LUNCH
4-6 p.m. DAILY
EL R ANC HO

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SYMPHONY FOUNDER
WORCESTER, Mass. ( UP)'
A Worcester musician requested

jin his will that future programs

ana printed matter ot tne Wor Worcester
cester Worcester Symphony Orchestra carry
a notation that the orchestra was
founded by him. Daniel Silvester
founded the orchestra in 1314 and
incorporated it in 1952.

Medical Technologists
To Meet

All Medical Technologist, labo

ratory aidp and lahnratnrv work

ers with the Armed Services are Lions, Rotarians

invited to attend a meeting to be Meet Tomorrow

held on Wednesday, held to orga-l Members of the lions Club and

nize a local association. There will line oiary uub of Panama will
be a business meeting, a program i"0'" joint meeting tomorrow at

im, ,. ue.au, uf. iss yen mi-, formatjon pease call Mr. J. r. aren s tamp' on the Trans-Isth-der
the auspipies of the C a n a I i Fields, Balboa 3374 after 4:30 mn Highway.
lino I rtltiiaa I lnh and an inmta '.

COMING FRIDAY
beautiful singer
ANITA RAVEL
with the
ultry Voice
Bella Vista Room

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Mount stldurea in photo
albums. Tape makea in invisible
visible invisible hinje. Sticks at a
touch.

Seel bundln for storage,
New tape sticks so tight,
a little doee the job.

.Cover reuf h, splintery tool
handle with "SCOTCH"
Cellulose Tape.

Intht en tht b$t .

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Distributor: CIA. ATLAS, S. A.
"Scotch" brand colored tapes are printed in Panama
with user's name and specifications by Cia.
Atlas'S. At Telephone 2-3I5S.
P. O. Box 1057

o

p.m.
Capf. Leo A, Mclntiro
Chapter Will Meet
A regular meeting oft he Cap Captain
tain Captain Leo A. Mclntire Cahpter, R R-OA,
OA, R-OA, will be held at the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club. Saturday.

at 2:00 p.m. Items of business to
be considered include election1 of

Zone College Club and an invita

tion to attend is extended to all
women interested.
Lecture On Jungle Warfare
At Balboa YMCA-USO
The Balboa YMCA-USO wll
present a lecture on Jungle War Warfare
fare Warfare and travel tonight at 7:30 in,
the Auditorium.
j The Army Jungle Warfare Train Training
ing Training Center will, bring several, ani animals
mals animals and poisonous snakes to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in connection with the talk
hw ftffi ftnwa Imam tha fAt.i

Foord and eniiinmpnt will .Ica! Caribbean College Club

be shown and discussed. M2.?,hy M""n9 ,.,
The public is invited to attend. LTh,? reeular monthly meeting of
. ,- the Caribbean College Club will be

Miroirit. n!- ri,.,k neiu at tne Kca cross rooms in

Ice Cream Social

Meeting of Naval Officers' Wives'
Club At Fort Kobbe
The Naval Officers W i v e s'
Club will meet at the Officers'
Club, Fort Kobbe on Tuesday, at
12:30 p.m. Luncheon will be serv served
ed served at. 1:00.
The Club is very pleased to have
as honored guest and SDeaker.

officers, election of delegates tolMr- Oscar McKenzie, mother of
department of Canal Zone Con-Lt. Col. W. McKenzie of Quar Quar-vention,
vention, Quar-vention, ROA. Refreshments 'Will Heights. Mrs. McKnzle is a a
be served. honorary life member of the Fort

MDDe Officers' Club and has pre presented
sented presented many enjoyable talks at
various gatherings in the Zone
during the past few years.
Plans for the coming "Evening
of Games" to be sponsored bv the

Cristnhal at 7:30 n m nn TupsHav Club on April 3 at the Armv

wuZ March 20 Mrs Slanlpv .1. OiiPstlNavy Club will be ahnounced.

MiSriT Union cSiT .Orchids., and members I ,oor Prices m added at-

cnrinB on iMr,..i.-c.!.i i, oi me uaraen oiuay group win !''. l um.ueuu. rui iai

church crounds Fridav .vpnintr! d,sP'ay Pot.te? PIanls m? cut flW'

from 5 to 10 o'clock.

evenine- v huucu i""ia ""u tul
sers from their own gardens.

Under the chairmanship of Mrs

George Wertz the Church plans to

Balboa Women's Club To Hold
Card end No-Host Party

The Balboa Woman's Club card

act of crcsty bztitil

"your canary
needs a
balanced V.r'M
diet OA ),
too!" V

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CHAKUI
CHIRP

Take a tip from Charlie Chirp
"A heilthy canary juit loves to
sine, and th lucky bird who gets
French'a VITA-RICH diet of Bird
Seed and Biscuit will have finer
voice and better heilth!"

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Spelling Bee Finals
Tia Vinolo ft tha Cnnllinff Dnn

,, , .! AflK. UlQia Ut till. Ut.tllllK AKV
make this years social buzeer and,- k r.ii,i,..i ri

norrrtp than am if Inn a iMAinAlril. 1.r ...

u. iiv. l viiuii Buj ai iias yi v. Hjytdiy
held.

reservations or cancellation!

please contact Mr. Raymond
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BURNHAM, Me. -(UP)- Snow-

shoe rabbits usually wear a white

A ftw.liiL'iuA nf thA TT C. 171a.

Home made cakes and pies. lceimntrv S.hnni n th At'ionii

cream sundaes banana splits and side, will be held at the Cristobal

lege Club for pupils of Grades 2 j coat in Maine during the winter

season, but JJick r erland bagged

cones, also coffee and sodas will

be on sale. .
You are invited to bring your
friends. .

" LAW LOSES
NORWALK, Conn. (UP)
Accused of driving 55 miles an
hour in a 35-mile zone, Henry R.

uijuiio was acquitted atter tne

High School auditorium at 7 p.m.

a jet black one here. The freak

was turned over to state giologisti
for study.

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OPENING FRIDAY
in the Bella Vista Room
lovely songstress
ANITA UAVEL:

W predict happily that everyone of our Bella Vista Room patrons will be
cheering us for presenting this absolutely beautiful, sultry -voiced singer of
Latin and American songs.

Anita, who has just finished a highly successful tour
In Mexico, will sing twice nightly for your delight.

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Export sales of Apex Home counterpart of the oustandinK
AuDliances. Division of Apex licenses with manufacturers In

court directed a4poiiceman to te ,Eec., itc..C"J 1? f.1" uer

h coveor-uiDned tn effective lmmedl- -The present foreign demand
o fficf ? cSK ? make ifl m?r at. was announced today for home appliances Is only
n ... :-mi.a,.- d0 more;by C. O. Frantz. Apex president. I "threshold business" and as the

iui wu uiuvg eu uuui. i rnk. it a it r Irttafno rirtno 1 Hlcti1 cfonHairi if livivin MAnMima 4

butine organization, a division; rise in countries throuehout the

oi uoiumma Broaacasunft sys- worm tnere win be an uiv

tern, inc., replaces ua inier- preceaentea. demand for con con-national
national con-national which has represented I venience goods. With the new

Apex for the last 15 years. association Apex Is assured full
CBS International will con-1 representation and an equitable
duct all export activities of! share of the expandinn Inter Inter-Apex
Apex Inter-Apex products along; with the; national appliance business,"
CBS line of radio and television the company president stated,
products to major marketsj CBS International with a
throughout the world. Apex ap-j staff of export specialists, head head-pliances
pliances head-pliances which will be distribut-jed by president Lewis Gordon,
ed by CBS at the present timeiwill merchandise world-wide
Include wringer washers, auto- j through selected major ap ap-matic
matic ap-matic washers and dryers, dish-1 fiance and electronic dlstri.
wnshers and vacuum cleaners, i butors. The division is corn corn-Mr.
Mr. corn-Mr. Frantz said the change pletely autonomous, maintaining
was made, "to strengthen Apex's1 its own sales, purchasing, credit,
position and growing; stature In traffic, and advertising depart depart-foreign
foreign depart-foreign markets and as aiments. (Mercurio)

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CAFE DURAN,' is warning all their satisfied consumers

1111 that a poor imitation of our little five cent package of
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 coffee has been placed on the market with the purpose
" ut av I nf rheatiner nnr niimprnin nistnmpru ulin liavp nlwnva

found good coffee in the Duran Trademark. The
phony package has the same famous Duran colors and
almost the same design, but the coffee is very different
from ours. Many persons have come to our offices to
complain that they were given the cheap imitation

when they requested Duran's coffee. This once again proves our
old motto: "Cafe Duran, they try to imitate it but they can never
equal it."
We beg the businessmen in Panama and the public in general,
that from now on, when they ask for Cafe Duran, insist always on
the DURAN trademark because only then they will find the real
( high quality of good coffee.

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CANAL ION POLTCUNIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
DR. C. I. FABRISA. D.O.S.
DR. K AVILA iK M.D.
TlvoU 4th at July Ave, Ne. HAM
ToZsite Ane.il School Playground)
Tel. 3-Z911 rename
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
, JIM RWGE
Phone Panama 1-0551
TRANSPORTS BAXTM. SA.
Packet Shipper MJJ
rhewet 2-2451 2-2562.
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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er by eppamimenr.
WE Will relieve T'"
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ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
Jugto Arosemena rn.
Save on direct shipment
' Top quality fishing
' equipment
VIOLETTE SUPPLY
SERVICE
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Noose Item
rri-rTMnTON. March 13 CUP)
- Ben. George W. Malone .(B .(B-Nev.l
Nev.l .(B-Nev.l ha asked police to help
him find a lariat ne iw.m
urnViinirtAn f.nrlmb.
Dni anirl Malonr) tola tnem
thi lariat only cost him $5 but
in anxious to get it dsck oecn,u
"tt. t.akf alx months to brea
one in."
Timing Trouble
WILMINGTON, N.C., March 13
(UP) Hanover County com commissioners
missioners commissioners voted yesterday not
to return the $5 Jonn h. uavw
,u..i.i XT n mIH tnr a
marriage license which expired
before his bride-to-be's divorce
became final.
IEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States Dlntrlct Court For The.
District of The Canal lone
rvLtnhal nivinlnn
Henry P. Lanasa. Libelant v. SB Jo-
U iir.i N. Jfiaa. lb1 Notice.
Whereaa on the 12th day ol March,
iwa Umw P. Lanau tiled a libel In
personam tn the DUtrlct Court ot the
United States tor the Cristbbal Dlvlaion,
against SS Josephine Lanasa, her en en-lines,
lines, en-lines, boilers, tackle end equipment, in
I .. r.1 rnntraci- Civil and Maritime;
And Whereas, by virtue of process In
due lorm ot lal to ma oirecwo, reiurn.
.hi. n th. Mlh dav of March. 1956,
I have teixed and taken the eald SS
Jnunhina Lanasa. her engine, boilers,
etc. and have her in my custody;
Nnlira le hereby ctven. that a
ilon of the District Court will be held
In the United States District Court Room,
In Crlst6bal, Canal Zone, on the ?9th
day of March, 1956, at 10:00 o'clock in
ihm tnrcnonn thereof, or aa soon there
after as Court may be in eesslon, for
the trial ot said premises, and the own owner
er owner or owners, and all persons who may
have or claim any interest therein, are
hereby cited to be end appear at the
time and place aforesaid, to ahow cause,
if any they have, why a final decree
ehould not be entered ea praysd.
Joseph I. Ktncald
TJntted States Marshal for th
District of th Canal Zone.
fharle E. Ramlre
of Proctors for Libelant
Box 124
Anoon, Canal Zona.
CHOICE
LOTS for
SALE
4
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Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-C510

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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
Street Ne. 13
Agendas Internal, de Publicaciones
No, J Lottery Tlaia
CASA ZALDO

Central Ave.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Living room set and
telephone tibia, dininf room set,
bedroom tet. Call 88-235.
FOR SALE. 8 iron and tablet
$2 each, 25-cycle refrigerator
$25. Balboa 2-3144.
FOR SALE: Double bad, box
pn'nji, innerspring mattress,
$60; large hassock $6. Phone
2-3724. B alb a, Williamson
Plata No. 0776-F.
FOR SALE: Excellent refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator and very good radio at Par Par-aiso
aiso Par-aiso Market Stall No. 4.
FOR SALE: Weitinghouie au automatic
tomatic automatic wither, almost new,
5150. Amador 2204 after 5
p.m.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
luita $150; twin foam rubber
mattreisei $100; 25-tvcle radio radio-phono
phono radio-phono $45. Phone 2-3631 from
B-12, 4-6 p.m.
LESSONS
LEARN TO PLAY the piano
quickly. Modern methods used.
Bennett, Phone 2-1282.
UNWILLING RECRUIT
FORT RUCKER, Ala. (Up
Jhe latest rcrruit in Company I
of the 351 Regimental Combat
Team bit his sergeant on the leg
The bite was inflicted by Felix, a
well-fed but ill tempered raccoon
on M-Mgt. Noble Doxon. Dixon
capiurea me coon in a weeded
area me muitiry reservation.
Canisius Upsets

To Serve Warning That It's

Open Season
NEW YORK. March 13 (TTTM
A stunning lour-overtime loss
aeait to North Carolina State
served warning; today that it's
open season on favorites" s
the N.C.A.A. basketball tourna tournament
ment tournament moved to complete its first
round of action with a slate of
four games.
The experts feel that anything
can happen now, after N.C.
State the nation's No. 2 team
in the regular season bowed to
canisius, 79-78, in a first-rounder
at Madison Square Garden, New
York, last night.
Other first-round victories
were scored by Temple, Wayne
University. Morehead State, and
Seattle in play at tnree dirrer-
ent sites. These teams earned
berths in regional tournaments
starting Friday, and will be Join
ed there by the winners of to-
nignts four games.
Tonight's program:
At New York West Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia (21-8) is favored over
Dartmouth (16-9) on the
shooting of "hot rod" Hundley;
Manhattan (16-7) Is favored
over Connecticut (16-9) on the
strength of an overtime win In
the regular season.
At Wichita. Kans. Southern
Methodist (22-2) a 10-p o i n t
choice over Memphis State (20-
6 because of its heignt.
Here's how tonight's action
will line up th Friday night re
gional: at Philaaeipma, Tempie
vs. conriectlcut-Manhattan win
ner and Canisius vs. Dartmouth
West Virginia winner; at Iowa
City,' Kentucky-Wayne and Io-wa-Morehead;
at L a w r ence,
Kans., Kansas St. vs. Memphis
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United State District Court For The
District of The Canal Zona
rrWtShal Division
Bureau Veritas International Register
ot Shipping, a corporation. Libelant vs.
H. W. Flndley and SS Josephine La Lanasa,
nasa, Lanasa, her engines, boilers, tackle and
equipment, Respondents.
in admiralty civil No, 2037. Legal No Notice.
tice. Notice.
Whereaa on the 12th day of March.
1956, Bureau Veritas International Reg.
later of Shinning, a corporation, filed a
libel in personam with clause for for foreign
eign foreign attachment in the District Court of
the United States for the Cristobal Divi Division,
sion, Division, against H. W. Flndley and SS
Josephine Lanasa, her engines, boilers,
tackle end equipment In a cause of
Contract, Civil and Maritime;
And Whereas, by Virtue of process tn
due form of law to me directed, rettim rettim-nble
nble rettim-nble on the 29th day of March, 1956, I
have seized and taken the said SS Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine Lanasa, her engines, boilers, etc.
and have her In my custody:
Notice Is hereby given, that a session
of the District Court will be held in the
United States District Court Room, In
Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 29th day
nt Marrh. 19S6 'at 10:00 o'clock in the
forenoon thereof, or as soon thereafter
as Court mav be In session, for the trial
t iH nrnnltM. and the owner or own
ers, and all persons who may have or
anv intr-Rt tnerem. are nerruv
cited to be and appear at the time and
nlace aforesaid, to show cause, if any
they have, why a. rmni aecreesnouia
not be entered as crayea.
Joeph I. Kincaio
United States Marshal for th
District of the Canal Zone.
,. S. Carrington
Proctor for 'belant
P.O B. No. 621
Ancon, Canal Zone. ;

LOURDES PHARMACY
182 La Carrasquilla
FARMACIA LOMBARD
Ne. B.' Stmt

MORRISON
4th ot July Ave. J St.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 53 Pontiae-8 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan with hydramatie, 4
new tires, only 18,000 miles,
$1200. Balboa 4180,
FOR SALE: 1950 Crosley Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, excellent condition,
$250. Phone Navy Coco Solo
772..
FOR SALE: '48 Cadillac 4-dr
fully equipped $695; gas clothes
dryer, 60-cycle $99. Phone 86 86-2200.
2200. 86-2200. FOR SALE. 1951 Pontile Cat Cat-alina,
alina, Cat-alina, hydramatie, with extras,,
39,000 miles and excellent con condition.
dition. condition. New battery and two new
tires, $850. Kobbe 84-2206.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panels:
ft -ten '46, 1-ton '42. New
tires. 10 1st Ave. Sin Francisco.
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge Meid Meid-owbrook,
owbrook, Meid-owbrook, excellent condition, ful fully
ly fully equipped, $650 cash. Phone
Panama 2-5298.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
The new ideal VENETIAN BLIND
is superior it amaxingly low price.
Match-stick bamboo drapes. For
free estimate call Roberto, Phone
3-4904. Workshops at Productos
de Madera, S.A., Kodak Yard,
Panama.
FOR SALE: Chrome stools, up upholstered
holstered upholstered seat and back. Ideal
for cocktail bar or kitchen Dur Durable
able Durable and attractive. Will sell very
cheap. Phone Pan. 3-4982 from
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
N.C. State
On Favorites'
St.-Oklahoma City winner and
Houston vs. SMU-Texas Tech
winner; at Corvallis, Ore., UCLA-
on rrancisco ana Utah vs. Se
attle.
But none of the favorites puti
feel safe after what happened
to North Carolina State. The
Wolfpack. regarded bv manv an
a jineiy unai-rouna rival lor fa favorite
vorite favorite San Francisco, was ousted
by g shorter Canisius squad that
oui-wusiiea tne 'I'acK lor re
bounds.
Four times Canisius blew
chances to win the game at the
end of regulation tim and the
three overtimes. Then in the
fourth extra session a new rec record
ord record for the N.C.A.A. carnival
the Golden Griffins from Buffa Buffalo,
lo, Buffalo, N.Y., won the hard way on a
drivlntr shot by sub Fran Corco
ran with six seconds left.
John Maglio had seemingly
won the game for State with
a basket with 48 seconds left.
Hank Nowak led Canisius wUh
29 points, while Ron Shavlik
had 25 for State but failed to
dominate the rebounding as
expected.
State coach Everett Case said
he thought his team may have
been tired out physically and
mentally after winning the At
lantic -coast conierence tourna
ment last week, v
in last night's other first-
rounders:
At New York Temple beat
Holy Cross, 74-72, in a game
that ended in a wild uproar.
Fred Cohen's lump shot with six
seconds left put the Owls in
front, but Tom Heinsohn ,of Ho
ly Cross came back with a drw
ing lay up that, officials ruled
naa come alter tne nnai nuzzer,
Several angry Crusader fans
fought special police. Holy Cross
coach Roy Leenle said he
thought Heinsohn had been
fouled before the buzzer. Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, a sinking more than 50 per
cent of its shots to offset Hein Hein-sohn's
sohn's Hein-sohn's rebounding, was led by
Hal Lear with 26 points. Hein
sohn also had 26, but missed 31
of 28 snots.
At Fort Wayne. Ind. More
head missed the tourney scoring
one-team mark by one point In
beating Marshall, 107-92, as the
two-team total set a new record
Dan Uwartz fired 39 points
for the winning Eagles while
Cabe Price led Marsnau with 27.
Morehead, the nation's highest
scoring team, had beaten Mar Marshall
shall Marshall twice during the season.
Wayne, led by soph Clarence
Straughn, handed De Paul an
upset defeat, 72-63. Wayne,
leading, 64-62 with 1:42 spurt spurted
ed spurted to wrap up its 17th straight
win and 18th in 19 games as
five-11 Straughn led the firing
with 27 points. De Paul ace
Bon Sobiescczyk, a 22.7 aver average
age average scorer, was held to 15
points.
At Seattle, Wash Seattle
held-rrtflrbea Idaho State-by-a
surprisingly close, 68-66, score as
a late Idaho State rally fell
short, five-nine Cal Bauer led
the Chieftains with 20 points,
while Lloyd Harris paced Idaho

' LEWIS SERVICE
Ave. ThroU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
141 Central Ave.
. FARMACIA LUX
1(4 Central Avenue

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.2.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.2.
INVITATION FOR BIDS
(CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT)
February 21, 1956
Project No. 21 on St. Croix,
Virgin Islands
At noted herein for each school
Government of th Virgin Islands
Department of Insular Affairs,
Division of Procurement and Sup Supply,
ply, Supply, Charlotte Amali. St. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Sealed bids in single copy for
furnishing all labor, equipment,'
and materials and performing all
Work for th project described
herein will be received until 3:00
p.m., Atlantic Standard Tim,
March 28, 1956, in th Depart Department
ment Department of Insular Affairs, Division
of f rocurement and Supply,
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands, 75 Kronprindsent
Gade, (opposite of th Catholic.
School), and then publicly open opened.
ed. opened. Information regarding bidding
material, bid guarantees, and
bonds, plans and specifications
and other contract document!
are open for public inspection
at th office ef th Public Work
Commissioner, Charlotte Amali,
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; le.
ter M. Marx, Deputy Public
Works Adviser, Office ef Terri Territories.
tories. Territories. Department of th Inte Interior,
rior, Interior, Room 2713 Interior Build Building,
ing, Building, Washington 25, D.C.; M.
A. Dye Company, 24 School
Street, Boston, Massachusetts; A.
G. C. Office, 1113 Congresi
Building, Miami, Florida; Build Builders
ers Builders Exchange, 46 Northeast 6th
Street, Miami, Florida; Urban
Renewal Administration, 2nd
Floor, del Valte Buildinq, San San-turc
turc San-turc 17, Puerto Rico; and F. W,
Dodg Corp., 119 West 40th
Street, New York 18, NT.
Plan and specification! may b
procured from th Office ef W.
A. Dyer upon deposit f th fol following:
lowing: following: Frederiksted momentary
Junior High School $50.00
King Hill Elementary
School 50.00
Both schools together... 75.00
Deposit shall bo only by certi certified
fied certified check payable to M. A. Dyar
Company which will b refund refunded
ed refunded to bona fid bidders upon the
return of plan and specific specific-tion
tion specific-tion In good condition within
sixty (60) calendar days from
th data ef bid opening. A bona
fido bidder Includes any person
who submits a bid for a general
contract, but doet not Include a
person who submits a quotation
to th general contract bidden.
To persons who procur plan
and specifications upon payment
ef th above-stated amounts and
who do not submit a bid, seventy-five
(754 per cent of th de deposit
posit deposit amount will b refunded
upon return thereof in oood con condition
dition condition within sixty (60) calen-
dar day from the dat ef bid
opening. No refund will be mad
for return after that time.
After th bid opening addition
al copies ef plant and specifica specifications
tions specifications may b obtained from tht
Architect-Engineer at commer commercial
cial commercial rates, plus handling and
mailing chsroes.
v BONDS, ETC.
Each bid must be accompanied
by satisfactory bid guaranty in
an amount not lest than 5 par
cent of th total bid.
Th successful bidder will b re required
quired required to furnish a performance
bond and payment bond, each in
th amount of 100 per cent of
th contract pric.
No bid may be withdrawn until
forty-fiv (45) calendar day
after th scheduled doling time
for th receipt ef bids.
Government ef th Virgin Island!
reserves th right to award a
contract for any on or both
chools en th basit ef th ba basic
sic basic bid for each school or any
combination of schools andor
lections or by th acceptance ef
- any or all "alternate, whichever
. course ti In th best Interest ef
th Government of th Virgin
Islands.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
Th construction Includes:
St. Croix, Virgin Islands, Proj Project
ect Project No. 21
1. Frederiksted Elementary Jun Junior
ior Junior High School
2. Kingi Hill Elementary School.
Neither Here
Nor Leer
DES MOINES, Iowa, March 13
(UP) Police Investigated a
woman's complaint that a-man
had been leering at her for more
than an hour. ...
The "window" was a picture
frame, they said, and the leer leering
ing leering man was a picture of a lo local
cal local Jeweler on a sign hung over
his store.
Serpent's Entrance
ORANGE, Conn,, March 13
(UP) Dr. George D. Whitney
said today "our friends have
neerravoldriir tisTlke the plague"
since the family pet escaped In
uic uuuse.
Whitney, a veterinarian, said
;if p. l. a very Pleasant'

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION & I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold vat.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTr Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, sitting, dining
rooms, 2 hatha, kitchen, garage,
SI 00. at Bella Vista, N. Obarrie
Street No. 23. See De Castro,
Avenue "B" No 24. Phone 2 2-1616.:
1616.: 2-1616.:
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in El Cangrejo
for 2 months. Available April
the 5th, to reliable couple or
tingle person. Phone 3-4911 of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: For three months
starting April 15, completely
furnished 1 Vz-room apartment,
hot water, linen, etc. Phone 2 2-0143
0143 2-0143 or 3-0679.
FOR RENT: Apartments: One
small, one big. 29th Street No.
9. Inquire: Central Avenue No.
17-68.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, inspected, screened, all
comforts. Via Etpana, house be before
fore before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, San Francisco, 1 6th Street
No. 6, near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for at least three persona.
Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.
Completely furnished with meals,
electricity. Privet entrance. 43rd
Street No. 27.
Two-Piano Benefit
Redlal To Be Held
Friday In Colon
A two-piano benefit recital
will be given Friday at the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Theater in Colon at 8 p.m..
by Mrs Ian Henderson, wife of
the British Ambassador to Fan
ama. and Mrs E. Walker, dlrec
tress of musical ot the American
College In Buenos Aires.
Tickets priced at $1: may be
sources: colon; British consul
ate, Mr. E. Lanuza (Mayor's of
flee), Mrs. W. Arthur, Dr. de
Boyrie, Mrs. O. Lemm, Mrs R.
Leigh, Mrs. j, saias, Mr. N. u
Brown, N. Jhamatmal, Capt.
Moonswamy, Rev, Peterson, Rev,
Walden, Rev. Scarlett and Mrs.
McAllister; Marga rita, Rev,
Cookson; Brazos Heights. Mrs. S.
Kldd; Ft. Gulick; Mrs. J. Davis;
Coco Solo, Mrs. F. Hopkins.
Proceeds from the concert will
be turned over to the Salvation
Army for the benefit of the
Women's Hostel In Colon.
Present your tickets

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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
V J. rca. de la Oat Ave. Ne. 41
FOTO DOMY
" Justo Araemeaa Ave. and 33 St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
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Ilouses

FOR RENT: Chalet: tw bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, bath, porch, living room,
dining room, kitchen, maid's
room and bath. Aquiline de la
Guardia No. 24. Phone 2-1878.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom
house, garage, maid's room, ttov
and refrigerator tat Cumbres.
Call Balboa 3179.
FOR RENT: Small residence,
comfortably furnished. For six
months or more to married cou couple
ple couple without children. 1st Street,
El Carmen, facing House No, 94.
t'osition Ottered
WANTED: EnglishSpanish ex ex-part
part ex-part accountant. Send letter de detailing
tailing detailing age, experience and ref references
erences references to Apartado 3056 Pan
am.
E M P L OYMENT OPPORTUNI OPPORTUNITIES
TIES OPPORTUNITIES always open for experi experienced
enced experienced and inexperienced clerical
personnel Register at Panama
Personnel, corner of Mexico Ave.
and 25th Street, next to Escof Escof-fery,
fery, Escof-fery, or call 2-4655.
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1103. 3-1103. US Army In Europe
Strictly Tailored
For Atom Warfare
HEIDELBERG. Germany.
Marcn 13 (UP) Gen. Anthony
C. McAuliffe said today the U. S.
Army in Europe is being "tailor "tailored
ed "tailored strictly" for atomic warfare.
He gave assurance that the U-
nited States still maintains a def
inite edge over the Soviet Union
insofar as the tactical support of
ground troops is concerned.
The commander-in-chief of U.S
Army i forces in Europe praised
the 250,000-man army on guard a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Communist aggression as
the best trained and best-equipped
peace-time troops in U.S. historyj
' rney .are incomparaDiy Dener
than those we had in the Far East
at the outbreak of the Korean
War," he said in an interview
here. - .
But, he warned that until the
12 West German army divisions
are raised and combat ready
three years from now, it probably

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bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Jewish Festival
To Be Ushered
The Passover holiday, known as
the Festival of Freedom, celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated by Jews through the world,
will be ushered in with the tradi traditional
tional traditional Seder to be held March 26
at 6:30 p.m. at the Tivoli Guest
House under the auspices of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
As in previous years, members
of the Jewish faith of the Armed
Forces and their families will be
guests of the National Jewish Wel
fare Board. Civilians who wish to
attend the Seder may make res reservations
ervations reservations by contacting the USO-
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen
ter, telephone Balboa 1072, before
March 23.
The traditional Passover holiday
which is observed for eight days,
commemorates the deliverance of
the children of Israel by Moses,
from their bondage in Egypt. For
would be impossible to defend all
of Germany.
McAuliffe. who retires in May.
said the U. S. Army "is being
tailored strictly for atomic war
fare." -V
"It has the mobility and the
striking power for such warfare,"
he said.
McAuliffe said the aim of the
five-plus American divisions in
Germany in case the balloon
went up" would be to defend as
far east as possible.
But. he added: "I doubt if
forward defense could be success successful
ful successful with the troops at our disposi
tion at the moment.
McAuliff said the United States
with its 280-MM "atomic" cannon
and "Honest John" guided mis
siles which can carry atomic war warheads
heads warheads has a definite advantage o-
ver the Soviets,
(Accumulated)

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Of Freedom
In March 26
generations, this flight for free freedom
dom freedom has been symbolic of man'
quest for liberty. ? v-
ine Jewish communities of Pa Panama
nama Panama City, Colon and the Canal
Zone will extend home hospitality
to service personnel for the sec second
ond second seder night. Mrs. Schaye Wiz-
nnzer oi ranama uty, a member
of the Panama Canal Zone JWB
Armed Services Committee, is
Home Hospitality chairman for
the Pacific side, and Mr. Harry
Kris, chairman of the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus.
Memoranda have been Imiim! h
Headquarters, U. S. Army Carib
bean, Headquarters, Caribbean
Air Command, and Headquarters,
15th Naval District authorizing all
unit commanders to assist in mak making
ing making it posssible for all personnel
of the Jewish faith to attend the
rassover Services.
The Passover Seder and Servic

es will be conducted by U a vy
Chaplain Joshua L. Goldberg, dis district
trict district chaplain, Third Naval Dis District,
trict, District, N.Y., and Rabbi Nathan

Witkin.
The schedule of services, which
will be held, in the chapel of the
USO-JWB Armed Forces service
Center, is as follows:
March 279 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
March 28 9 a.m.; April 1
7:30 p.m.; April 2 9 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; April S 9 a.m.
Memorial Services for the de departed
parted departed will be recited during the
April 3 morning services.
Similar Passover services are
being held under the auspices of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board wherever personnel of the
Armed Forces are stationed, both
in the United States and o v e r-seas.

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MOVIES TV HADiO
by Crskine Johnson

IN

PHOENIX, Ariz. (NEA) THEN PEGGY KING tint "You

aiaae Me iwove xou una ;eorge

WASHINGTON. March 13 (UP)
The Committee for Economic
Development said today U.S. mem membership
bership membership in the new Organization
for Trade Cooperation would

istrenathen the "weakening bonds

of our alliances and friendships
in Europe and Asia."
The CED, a non-profit business
' research group, told a House Ways
a Means subcommittee that "This
is the time when the United States
i should use every legitimate means
to strengthen these bonds.'
The subcommittee is considering
an administration bill for U. S,
membership in the OTC. The or organization
ganization organization would administer the
general agreement on tariffs and
trade, rules drawn tip by 34 na-

tionsf in 1948.

Howard Petersen, president of
the Fidelity Trust Co. of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and chairman of the CED's
subcommittee on international e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic policies, presented the

"The unity of the Free World Is
now severely strained," he said.

"Fear of atomic war and diver divergent
gent divergent responses to the new Soviet
lines are weakening the bonds of

our alliances and tnendsnips in

Europe and Asia."
He said he believes approval of
U. S. membership in the OTC
would serve to strengthen such
bonds. There is considerable op

position in Congress to member

ship.
Dulles Invites
President Sukarno
To Visit In US

1 A .i -in OLiUti'Ol

REPRESENTATIVES from 18 Units-and Organizations stationed at Albrook AFB recently received Safety Award Plaques for showing improved safety programs
in 1955. "All units surpassed their 1954 records," stated Pat Ryan, Ground Safety Officer. The plaques were presented by acting base commander Lt. Col. Don Donald
ald Donald L. Peck In front of the Base Headquarters. Units receiving the awards are: Hq. Squadron Section. Caribbean Air Command; USAF School for Latin Amer
lea; 1806th AACS Squadron; 1978th AACS Squadron: 1st Air Rescue Group; Aeronautical Charting and Information Oiflce; Base Installations Engineer; 5700th
Supply Squadron", 3rd Crash Rescue Boat Flight. 77fith Air Force Band; Base Supply: Vehicle Maintenance; Motor Pool; Base Operations; Food Service; Trans-
portatlon; Petroleum Section and 5700th Air Base Flight at France AFB.

This booming winter resort town
has something more t otalk about
today than its amazing growth.

Ami us not the nearby Elizabeth fans

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DJAKARTA, Indonesia. March

Arden ranch where rich babes pay tunable to see the TV star. So he

mirottuccd nis guestr. before the-13 fLT) secretarv of State John

tnow was over, niifimcas ot other, Fn(!tr nullr said todav he has

were stuck out ile the hotel, prni,iBnt Snbumii n( Imlo-

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$1,000 -for a two-week health plan

that includes -dally dips in cold
cream floating on spting "Water in
a 'Swimming-pool. ; :
George Gobel ilew into town1 and
spent the weekend with bis two
wives at the new 5-raillion dollar,
200-room Sahara. Motor Hotel.
And proving he asnt worried
about being noticed with two
wives, little Georgie also brought
along John Scott Trotter, singer
Peggy King,- Aldo Ray, TV direc director
tor director Bud Yorkin; the.Gobel mana mana-er,
er, mana-er, Dave OM alley and assorted
members of the Hollywood press.
A "BE-MY.GUEST Junket to a
hew hotel with two wives is some something
thing something a TV star can do if he owns

gaVe another show on a Makeshift

stage set up jnhe ..4tccii.,..., J
But it was George and hw party
of 22 who were stuck at the Phoe Phoenix
nix Phoenix airport on arrival from Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. After landing, the big four four-motor
motor four-motor plane taxied off the concrete
strip and one wheel settled into
some soft dirt 150 yards short of
the terminal.
All of the planes 4.800 horse horsepower
power horsepower couldnt budge the big bird.
So there we were and George
said:

"Well, 111 be great big iron

duty bird.

As fellows with shovels arrived

I to dig er out, we all left the-

part of the hotel, which George I bogged-down plane out the crews
j i it I i ....... i Hnnr RAH.fai.aH aitmnt-t atfonHsnie

sfluea, iiu ii tnc I'vu wives gen w .v- )., iuiubiiH
along together, which they do. cou'dnt get the ramp -up to the

01 Lonesome George found out

in Phoenix how not to be lone lonesome,
some, lonesome, believe you ne. His well well-publicized
publicized well-publicized appearance for the
grand opening festivities of the
Sahara in- downtown Phoenix,
brought ,000 fa n 8 storming
through the lobby and into the
pit 10.
George introduced the crowd to
his two wives attractive Mrs.
Real Alice Gobel and Jeff Don Don-netl,'
netl,' Don-netl,' who plavs at being Alice on

the Gobel TV show,
t "You may not : like my act,
George told the people, "but when
I walk into this here motor hotel
ith two wives, well you gotta
admire my nerve
Jeorge was beaming over a new
western dress suit. v.
"It was made, he explained,
"by a man who just mates suits.
I used to have suits made by a
fellow who worked in this base basement.
ment. basement. He really wasnt a tailor.
Tie was, well, he had a hardware
stores. ,. v.

passenger door because of the soft

ground.
rr WAS AN entrance worthy of
a press agent.; Local news photog photographers
raphers photographers stuck a shovel in Gobels
hand and snapped him givinr the
big wheel a ''here-lies-buried look

for the front pages.
A delighted Peggy King delight delighted
ed delighted Phoenix fans. Shes delighted
about cscapin the "second Judy
Garland tag. Now in high gear as
Peggy King, she told me that the
Garland comparison "made me a
has-been before I wis a been.
George Gobels TV click and
movie debut soon in "The Birds
and the Bees is a very nice thing
part ownership in hotels and

suits made by a tailor who just
makes suits. t.
Very nice, indeedy. 1
. Lktie Georgie looked a little
ruffled. wheTi the plane got stuck,
but he was smiling when he got
stuck with everyones hotel bill.
As one of the owners, he just tore
em up. ':r

nesia to visit the United States

Dulles said the invitation was ex

tended oh behalf of President fct-

spnhower. but that no date was set

pending the arrangement of furth

er details.
Dulles spoke at a brief press
conference at the end of his first

visit -to this country just prior to
his takeoff for Bangkok, Thailand.
Ha said he was impressed by

the patriotism and wisdom of Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian leaders.
Thin newborn reoublic's current

problems reminded him of similar
. li U., (Via TTnitflH Sla.

tcs when it was a young nation,

Tltillps said.

He said the United States felt

a great friendship toward any
young nation in the same circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. Dulles emphasized that the Unit

ed States fully respects the ngnt
of any country to decide its foreign
relations and has not exerted any
pressure on any countries to enter

Southeast Asia ireaiy urganuauuii
agreements.

Indonesia w noi a memuer m
SEATO but Dulles said that does
not prevent the United States from
considering its friendship equal to
that of nations belonging to SEATO
or NATO.
Peter Edson
(Continued from Pate J)

of Eisenhower's heart at-

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COOD NEICHBOR-learlngj
the walks of snow as he zips
down the street on his convert-1
ed garden tractor is Carl'
Roehrig, 53, of ClnclnnaU,
Ohio. The retired grocer re recently
cently recently cleared the walks, free
and no strings attached, from'
some 200 homes because he
likes his neighbors. "I figure
the world would be a better
place if everybody would 'love
thy neighbor as thyself,'" he
explains philosophically. :

Tvo More Senators

Endorse Candidacy
Of Lyndon Johnson

WASHINGTON, March 13 (V? (V?-Two
Two (V?-Two more Democratic Senators to todav
dav todav oDenlv endorsed Sen. Lvndon

tP .Tnhncnn Tav 1 nc a nrpc!Hn.

tial possibility even though the Sen Senate
ate Senate Democratic leader insisted he
is not seeking the nomination.
Sens. Alan Bible (Nev.) and Rus Russell
sell Russell B. Long (La.) both said they
would support Johnson if the Tex Texas
as Texas delegation puts him up as a
favorite son candidate at the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic national convention.
"You can put me on his team

any day in the week, Bible said.
Long said he would "be inclined
to vote for Lyndon Johnson unless
he asked me not to."

The .unorganized "boom" for

Johnson, which started last week,
with suggestions that lie be Texas'!

favorite son candidate, got a sub

stantint boost yesterday when sev.

eral other Southern Senators pledg

ed their support to the lanky Texan

if he wants it.

Youth Activities
Group Seeks Aid
Of La Bocans

-The La Boca Youth Activities

Group recently sought the sup

port of the residents of La Boca
during its first public meeting

held at the La Boca High School
study hall.

Plans by the organization to
combat juvenile delinquency

were outlined by the chairman t

followed "by a talk from Robert

Beechcr, m-incipal of the La Bo Boca
ca Boca High School.
i A subscription drive was start started
ed started for the sportinw equipment
that will be needed to carry out
the plan.

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Wed. "SUSAN SLEPT HERE"

7:55

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MISSING" t I "AFRICAN SCREAMS
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AMP BIERD B;J5 f J;15 J'ScvenAnfrj'.'n" ...lT'n', "'V'-L

Red Cross

Conceived in th agony of bat bat-tit,
tit, bat-tit, the Amarican Red Cross in
its 75 yaars of lift has itrved
tht men and womtn of our
Armed Forces through four
wart and the years of ptict be between
tween between wars. Those itrvicei
must continue in an tra when
our military force is ntar its
ptacotimo peak. Join to koep
Rod Cross workers with our

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RECEIVES CHECK At a ceremony at U.S. Army Caribbean
headquarters recently, Miss Carmen Rlzzo received an award of
certificate and a check for $10 from Col. A. G. Elegar, assistant
Chief of Staff, G-3, USARCARIBk Miss Rizo received the
award for a simplified method of preparing monthly range
allocations, which eliminated the, necessity for reproduction by
variWbrancheV of the services of USARCAR1B.
- IU.S. Army phoioj

raise

growth

tack. '
Hatch Act revision To

campaign expense ceiling.
Election law revision To limit
political contributions. 1
The last two proposals are ex expected
pected expected to result from the Gore
committee's investigation of lobby lobbying
ing lobbying practices.
Investigating has really been the
principal activity of this year's
Congress. Over two million dollars
have been approved to finance
some 15 special investigations in
the Senate and rbout ten in the
House. This is where all the
oratorical noise comes from, mak making
ing making it appear Congress is busier
than usual. , ,
With the Democrats in control of
Congress, they're pouring on the
coal to steam up political Issues.
Republican efforts to pour cold wa water
ter water on these probes have so far
i'ailed to put out the fires.

Next Euchoristic
Congress To Be
Held In Munich
VATICAN CITY. March-13

(UP) The, next International Eu Eu-charistic
charistic Eu-charistic Congress will be held in
Munich, Germany in I960,' Vatican
sources disclosed today.
The sources said Pope Plus XII
niH .inpf rarriinal. Wendcl. arch

bishop of Munich and Freising, of
the decision during a private au

dience today.

The congress will oe xne jtun
such gathering of Roman Catholic
ecclesiastical and lay delegates.
The last congress wa3 held at Rio
de Janeiro last year.

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STREET SCENE Like a
giant cobra ready to strike is
this ultramodern mercury-vapor
light being tested in Wash-

ington near the Capitol

But ill all in tltc uttctelt
aff UttcA icAvicc fat yM

ELECTRIC SERVICE
will be off in all areas of
San Francisco, Carrasquilla,
and Vista Hermosa, tomorrow
Wednesday, March 14, from

4:30 a.m. to 5:15 a.rr

It takes a lot of work to keep
pace with your demands for more
and more electricity. Every year
new facilities must be planned

for and added to enable us to meet the growing electric needs of Panama.
So, please consider this brief interruption of your electric service as a sign of growth
and progress. Jhe work will be done at a time when it will cause the least inconve inconvenience
nience inconvenience to you. A short interruption now will mean more' power and more dependable
service for you in the future.

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Reds Reported
Rolling Atomic
Arms In Korea

MUNSAN-NI, Korea. March 13
(UP)-The United Nations dele dele-ration
ration dele-ration to the Mllitardy Armistice
Commission today ald it has
"no information" on reports
that Communist atomle- can cannons
nons cannons have been rolled Into North
Korea..

The reports were also denied
by hitch Republic of Korea army
and intelligence sources and by
a Swiss member of the neutral
nations supervisory commission.
If the communists moved nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons into Red North
Korea, it would be an open vio violation
lation violation of the armistice agree agreement
ment agreement taht forbids the Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction of new tynes of weapons.
The U.N. Military Armistice
Commission, which denied hav
lnr any information on report reported
ed reported Red atomic cannons, would
be the aeency that would protest
such a violation to the commu communists
nists communists at panmunjom.
A spokesman for United Na Nations'
tions' Nations' MAC team said th's
commission has "no Informs
tion" on the reports of atom atomic
ic atomic weapons beint; introduced
Into Communist North Korea.

U.S. Army authorities said In
Seoul that the United Nations
command definitely would have

protested to the Reds U naa
any such information.
A high ROK army officer said

he had never heara or me re-ports.

"This is the first time I've

heard of such a thine," he said

However, he added that it was
known that Red North Korean
troops were training on atomic

cannon procedure.

A reliable intelligence source
in the ROK afmv told United

Press that it is "unreasonable"
that the Reds brought Is atomic
cannons. But he said that one
Russian atomic cannon, accord according
ing according to Intelligence information,
was parked on the northern side
of the Yalu river in Manchuria.

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,

UN's Arab-Israeli Truce Chief
Proposes Meutra! Border Patrols

JERUSALEM, Israel, March IS Arabia and President Shukri El

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PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, MARCH JS, 1958

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Southern Democrats

Race Issue Wont

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Split

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Northern Democrats told their
southern colleagues meanwhile
they will arouse the "wrath of
the world" against America with
their campaign to upset the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's ban on school seg segregation.
regation. segregation. Stennis hinted t.h a t Southern

Democratic senators will try to

block confirmation of any nomi

nees for the Supreme Court whose
Civil rights views differ widely

from theirs.

The party-splitting fight erupted
on the Senate floor yesterday- as

to the sort of civil-rights .pianK.soumern. uemutiaw a-u vu.
drafted at the Democratic conven-; Congress their "declaration of con.
.;- c(.mhi. stitutional Drincroles against the

null in 7 .. t u

aen. jonn u. oienn.s '. ". .V8; ui .nif.t HurUinn was "Ion

u"e.u !n mrz i mz,rmz ; to! Everett uin mm

OVUUIClu oumwta ........ B r -

ine senate ov aen. naucr

George (D-Ga.) and to the House
by Rep. Howard W. Smith (D-Va.).
George emphasized that the
Southerners did not act hastily, but
studied the move for four or five
The White House declined com comment
ment comment on the manifesto.
But it came under fire from
members of the Congressional civ civil
il civil rights bloc, including Democrl Democrl-tic
tic Democrl-tic Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey
(Minn.), Wayne Morse (Qre.), Ri Richard
chard Richard L. Neuberger (Ore.) and

Herbert H. Lehman (N.Y.).
Humphrey told the Senate that
"if we persist in denying equal
rights" to all citizens, "we will

WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP);
Two leading Southern Democra Democratic
tic Democratic senators said today that no
third party is likely to arise from
the declaration by 100 Southern
Congressmen against the Supreme
Court's school segregation decision.
But one of the senators, Rich Richard
ard Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) warned j
that whether an open slipt devel develops
ops develops in the Democratic Party
"depends on what happens at the
national convention."
Russell, a leader of the Senate's
potent Southern Democratic bloc,
said he was referring, for one thing,

bring down on this nation the
wrath of the world.".
He said there are mors color colored
ed colored than white people in the world
and the colored are demanding
thiir riffhts.

Neuberger urged President Eis

enhower to call a White House
rnnfprenep on the racial issue.

He said the President should tell
the conference that "the United

States is faced with a choice be

tween anarchy and rule of law.
Morse said the Action of the
Southerners made one think that

the ghost of John C. Calhoun,
fiery pre-civil war senator, "was
walking across tht floor of th
Senate again today."
Morse said the high court's school

overdue

declaration against the Supreme
Court decision, said the idea of a
third party was mentioned during
the drafting sessions.
Stennis said the declaration "is
not pointed in that direction what whatsoever."
soever." whatsoever." in it, the Southern con congressmen
gressmen congressmen pledge to resist school
integration by "all legal means."
The 'list of Southern lawmakers
signing the declaration was rais raised
ed raised to 100 yesterday with the signa signatures
tures signatures of ReDS, Charles R. Jonas
(R-N.C), William C. Cramer (R-

Fla.), Ross Bass (u -ienn.i, ana
Martin Dies (D-Tex.).

This brought the number ot sign

ers to til House members and 19
Senators.

In Federal Bank

NEW YORK, March 13 (UP)-
The hunt went on today for a
bank's missing million.
A federal reserve bank official

contradicted first reports that the;
million dollar U.S. Treasury note,
lost in a labyrinth of file drawers
was non-negotiable.
He said it was payable to any
bearer.
. Officials of the Chase Manhattan
Bank said, however, that the ne negotiability
gotiability negotiability of the note was only a
technicality. ,
1 "Could you take it into a gas
station and get change for ite"

asked a spokesman. "No, you

couldn't."

More than 100 weary clerks have

Dixie University Graduate Schools Denied
Right To Delay Admission of Negro Students

WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)
The Supreme Court ruled yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the South's university
graduate schools cannot delay ad admission
mission admission of Negro students under
the "reasonable time" policy
laid down for public school inte-
crrtinn.

The court Issued a brief, unani

mous decision ordering the im im-moriiate
moriiate im-moriiate admission of Virgil D

Florida officials had sought to
rlelav H a w k i n s' admission on

grounds that the -high court last

been burrowing through some 4,500! year adopted a policy permitting
file drawers located in the bank's schools a reasonable time to car car-four
four car-four tiers of underground' vaults ry out its anti-segregation order.

since last Tuesday for

filed note.

the "mis-

The hunt began when a smaller
bank asked Chase Manhattan to
return its note.

Officials of the bank clung to

their first belief that the Treasury

note had been misfiled and not
stolen, despite the discovery that

it is negotiable.
The misfiling apparently oc

curred because the number of the
file drawer in which it was placed
was not recorded correctly. The
search so far has costa bout $4,000
in overtime.
An official predicted that the
note will be "almost certainly
found." If not, he said the bank's

insurance would cover a loss of

that type.

OPEIIIIIG THURSDAY al Ihc LUX
THAT JOYOUS NEW FUN. HIT J

ing the disturbance on university
officials. ''.-,.
Last Monday, the court upheld
a lower court finding that tax tax-supported
supported tax-supported colleges, as well as ele

mentary and high schools, were
subject to its- basic 1954 decision
that DMblie school segregation is

unconstitutional.
At hot tima it nnWpri the art

ni m uiiivp ... v
mission of three Negro youths to

Hawkins, a Negro, to the Univers'the undergraduate conege oi me
sity of Florida law school at University of North Carolina.
Gainesville. I ".J..j .. ... u,. .,

pointed out that it had ordtrtd
admission of Ntgrots to grail,
uato schools In Oklahoma and
Texas oven baforo tho historic
1954 ruling,
In other actions today the court:

1. Agreed to decide whether the,

armed forces nave a ngni 10
court-martial Civilians who ac accompany
company accompany service to foreign lands.
It accepted for review two cas cases
es cases challenging the constitutionali constitutionality
ty constitutionality of the military justice code
which gives the armed forces ju jurisdiction
risdiction jurisdiction over some 20,000 civi civilian
lian civilian employes and 250,000 depend dependents
ents dependents overseas.
The cases involve Mrs. Dorothy

Krueger Smith, daughter of retir retired
ed retired Lt. Gen. Walter Krueger, and

Mrs. Clarice B. Covert of Atlan-
ta, Ga. :'.. -'.' r, .."
Both were convicted by court court-martial
martial court-martial of murdering their hus husbands.
bands. husbands. -'

2. Dropped a case testing the
constitutionality of Virginia's law

banning interracial marriages.

The case involves a Chinese,
Ham Say Nairn of Portsmouth.

Va.. whose white wife got an an

nulment under the so-called anti-

misceeenation law.

3. Reversed, 8 to 0 the contempt
conviction of Harold L. Cammer,

He joined other Southerners In
declaring that the' court exceed,
ed its power and that its anti.
jnn jarisinn wii "uncon

stitutional." ;
told the Senate that the

Southerners drafted the manifesto
because of -"the increasing gravity
of the situation and the peculiar
stress" which the court's decision
"laid on the South."
He said the ruling "has created
manv difficulties unknown and

unappreciated, perhaps, by many
people in other sections." -Sen
Strom Thurmond (D-S.C.)

ih the Senate he respects the

court as an institution but cannot

"have regard tor me nine jusuues
who rendered a decision so clear clearly
ly clearly contrary to the Constitution.
He also said most Southern race
trouble was stirred up by outsiders.

in nresentin the flecTaration to

Hnnce Smith said me somn

emers considered it a "sacred
nVtiisniinn" to sound the alarm

when they saw me court einu
on a course to "change our form
of government, without the consent
of the governed."
Rep. Laurence Curtis (R-Mass.)
said in a statement "For persons
who believe that every American
must be a first-class citizen, it
comes as a tragic shock to find
that 96 members of Congress vio violently
lently violently disagree and refuse to re recognize
cognize recognize constitutional government
Theatre Guild
Holds Tryouts
For Next Ploy

as i ii i m. 1

Tryouts lor me next ineaire
Guild production, "The' King of
Hearts" will be held tonight and
tomorrow at the Theatre. Guidl

New York attornev who mailed! starting at 7:30

(UP) United Nations truce chief

Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns yester yesterday
day yesterday proposed that neutral inspec inspection
tion inspection teams patrol the Israeli-Arab
borders to bring a halt to daily
deadly exchanges threatening the
peace of the Middle East.
Both sidos brought now charg

es of border violations against
tho othar side, including an Is
raoli charge that Jordanian forc forces
es forces firing across tho border with
rifles, automatic weapons and
mortars killed ono Israeli and
woundad two others.

In Cairo, chiefs of state of

Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria an announced
nounced announced "all-inclusive" agreement
on plans to meet any Israeli act of
violence and a common front a-

gainst the western-backed BaghdaoM

pact.
The Arab "Big Three'also an announced
nounced announced in a joint communique
their "neutralism" in the East East-West
West East-West cold war.

The communique climaxed a
week-long "summit" meeting a a-mone
mone a-mone Premier Gamal Abdel Nas

ser of Egypt, King Saud of Saudi

Kuwatli of Syria.

The three leaders said that "An
all-conclusive plan has been laid
down to counteract attempts ex-

orted through the Baghdad pact to
bring pressure on the Arab coun countries,
tries, countries, endangering Arab security
and disuniting the common Arab

front." ;

Burns conferred in Jerusalem

with Israeli foreign minister

mnt on tho Iron Hers to aur
military limitations are obsarv-
In Tel Aviv, a military spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Jordanians opened fir
with rifles, automatic weapons and
mortars across the frontier at tht
armistice-divided town of Bartaa.
He said one Israeli was killed
and two others wounded in an
hours long gunbattle.

An Egyptian military spokesman

ftiose bharett on Israeli charges at Gaza charged that automatic

that Egypt had massed troops andjfire from an Israeli position near

armored concentrations along the

border.
A U.N. communique announced

Burns noted that such charges
have been frequently exchanged by
both Israel and the Arab states.

Ho -uggttd a system of no
riodic visits by U.N. observers
with complete freedom of move

Sea-Going Guided

Missile Command

In Action Oil Cuba

F.! reintroduced a civil rights bill

calling for a Federal commission

on fair employment practices,
it would sDotlicht cases of report

ed iob discriminations and could

hold hearings. It would have no en enforcement
forcement enforcement powers.
Stennis made a thinly-v e 1 1 e d
threat that the 19 senators signing
the document would scrutinize
carefully any new appointees to
the Supreme Court.
"Even though now In a minori minority,
ty, minority, we can exert power as to the
confirmation of any new members
of the court and will make a sus sustained
tained sustained drive against further usur usurpation
pation usurpation of power," he said in a state statement.

Elbalah, south of Gaza, was direct

ed on an Egyptian post across th
demarcation line.
He- said Egyptian troops suffer

ed no casualties and did not re return
turn return the fire, : v t

The spokesman added that a pro-:

test was filed with Ue U.N., mix

ed armistice commrraon.

Cub. Boy Scout

Groups To Hold
Charter Dinner

Cub Scout Pack 5 and Boy Scout

Troop 5, both sponsored by the

Cathedral of St. Luke at Ancon,

will hold their second annual Char

ter Dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday, in
Bishop Morris Hall of St. L u k e's

Cathedral to be attended by all
Cubs, Scouts, Scouters, Families,
and friends, as well as institution institutional
al institutional and Council 801 representatives.

questionnaires to membeps of a

Federal grand jury asking now
they felt about the government
loyalty program.
A federal district judge had fin fined
ed fined Cammer $100 for sending the
questionnaires.

The cast calls for two females,

6 males and two boys, in addition
to technicians and backstage work

ers.

'The King of Hearts," directed

by Len Worcester, will be produc produced
ed produced the week of April 23..

ABOARD GUIDED MISSILE

CRUISER BOSTON.
rup The first sea-i

ed missile command iorerun iorerun-ner
ner iorerun-ner of many planned by the U.S.
Navy went into action today
off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,

The-command is part of a
mighty American fleet now on
maneuvers in the Caribbean.
Task forces made un of mis

sile ships and Forrestai-ciass
carriers will be the ''Sunday

punch" of the new atomic-age

Navv.

Rear Adm. Arieign Burice,

chief of naval operations, told
newsmen last night aboard the
suDercarrier Forrestal that the

first atomic-powered carrier may

loin these task forces by isoi.

Rear Adm. John H. siaes- mis

sile 'command comprised the

heavy cruiser Boston, bristling
with terrier s-uided m i s s lie

launchers, and the tactical conv

mand ship Northampton, rigged
with the world's largest seaborne

radar. The new command will be
Joined later this year by another

miss lie cruiser. Canberra, scnea-

uled for commissioning in the

spring. -:.'. '-;'-"-.-

s des. rormer wavy Depart

ment guided missiles director,

took his ships out of Guantana Guantanamo
mo Guantanamo Bav this morning for demon

strat ons of the deadly terrier.

The terrier is a supersonic rock

et which rides a radar bean to

Following the dinner there will

March 13, be a presentation of the charters.

oing guld-investitute of the new leaders,

presentation ot Troop and racic
awards and advancement cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for all Cubs and Scouts

who have earned them.

Anv boys interested in beconti

ing Cubs or Scouts and their par parents,
ents, parents, are welcome to attend this
dinner. ,

Waterfront Strike
Cripples BA Port
BUENOS AIRES. March 13

(UP) Operations at the huge
Buenos Aires port were crippled
today by a 24 hour waterfront
strike. The stoppage was called
after employers ignored a demand

for a daily minimum wage of

$4.44.

Fair To Fine,

POMPTON LAKES. N.J.. March

13 (UP) Library officials said
a week-long; amnesty period for
holders of overdue library books

was a roaring success.

Dynamile-Losded
Security Trial

Begins In Paris

PARIS. March 13 CUP)

France's dynamite loaded af

fair or the leaks" security xnai
moves Into its most exploslvt
phase today after a wltnesg
charged yesterday that the New
York Times published French
military secrets in July 195. f
For the past two days, tht
court has heard openinsr state

ments by each of the tour de defendants.
fendants. defendants. Today, the star-studded
list of witnesses begins pa parading
rading parading to the stand with Justice
Minister Francois Mitterand
leading the parade.
Yesterday, 42-year-old Rocef
Labrusse claimed that there was

a funnel from Baranes to Didea
to Roland L'Alller at the Amer Amer-lean
lean Amer-lean Embassy to the New York

Times.

He pointed to ah article that
appeared in the New York Daily

July 9, 1954 which gave the

numbers of the three infantry
divisions which the French plan planned
ned planned to send to Indochina if the
Geneva negotiations broke down.

Librarian Mrs. Maura Connol

ly said a total ot 87 books worth
an estimated $250 came in dur

ing the drive. Including two

ward targets up to 10 miles a-books overdue for, more
way. five years.

Civil Defense

Plans Cristobal
Meeting Thursday

A Civil Defense meeting for
New Cristobal will be held at $
a.m. Thursday at the Hotel Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. All ladies of New Cristobal arc
invited to attend as the following
items will be discussed in prepa preparation
ration preparation for the forthcoming Nation National
al National Civil Defense test exercise.
Individual duties of Warder
Service oersonnel, Control Centei

than message procedure and posting oi
warden maps.

i i. i -i mm I

But tho high tribunal hold that

integration -on tho .university
graduate school lovol does not
involve "tho problems of public
olomentary and secondary
tehools."

Hence, it said, "there is no rea

son for delav" in admitting Haw

kins to a graduate professional
irhnnl.

The Florida case served to spell
out further the court's views on

racial segregation m colleges and
universities, which took the lime

light recently because of an inci incident
dent incident at the University of Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. Rioting occurred on the Alaba

ma campus after the university

admitted its. first Negro student,
Autherine Lucy.
She was later expelled for blam-

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I Death Car Driver

Jailed In Panama

The driver of an automobile

which killed a member of a well well-known
known well-known Panamanian family last

Saturday was in jail today await

ing trial,

He is Ricaurte u. aucre, 28
whose car ran into Alberto Duta

ry Wilkinson, a 72-year-old pedes

trian who was crossing via Espa

na near me Miramar l.adio sta

tion when he-was runover.

Wilkinson died at Santo Tomas

Hospital several hours later. Fu

neral services were held Sunday

and he was buried at the Amador

Guerrero cemetery,

Mr. Wilkinson is survived by

three sisters in Panama City, Hil Hilda,
da, Hilda, Anna and Albertina, and sev several
eral several nephews and nieces, three

of whom are employed in the Ca

nal Zone. They are Hilda, Central

Labor Office, Diogenes, a PAD

employe, and Rubc'io of the Ensi

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