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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: 1925-
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]
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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, It. P., SATURDAY, MARCH S, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Compromise On
Draft Bill Seen
As Dangerous
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WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP) Chairman Lyndon
I. Johnson of the Senate Preparedness Committee said
yesterday that Congress will have to draft World War II
veterans or 16 and 17-year-olds if it writes "crippling"
amendments into its 18-year-old draft bill.
He made the statement after the Senate unanimously
agreed to vote at 2 p.m. Monday on a proposal by Sen.
Wayne Morse, R., Ore., to set the minimum draft age at
18'4. Morse offered it as an amendment to the adminis-
tration bill to draft 18-year-olds for 26 months. It is the
chief roadblock to final action on the bill.
Johnson and .Sen. Harry P. ^Zil^^JL^^18 th"
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'f
Cain, R., Wash., bitterly attack-
ed the 18>/j amendment and
other Morse provisionto con-
tinue the present 21 months ser-
vice term and Impose a com-
pulsory manpower celling ol
3,000,000 or 3.100,000 men on tne
firmed services.
Johnson denounced the Morse
proposals as "bait" held out to a
number ol groups who oppose
conscription and then recalled
that Morse recently advised the
Socialist Boss
Tries To Form
French Cabinet
PARIS, March 3 (UP) Guy
Mollet, 45-year-old Socialist Par-
ty boss, agreed today to try to
lorm a government after the
leaders of two other middle of
the road parties had failed to end
the French political crisis.
Mollet was called in by Presi-
dent Vincent Auriol early this af-
ternoon. Aurlol asked him to
make every effort to break the
deadlock that has blocked the
formation of a new government
since Rene Pleven's coalition gov-
ernment fell Wednesday.
Mollet said he would repl yto-
morrow night or Monday. Two
former premiers, Georges Bl-
dault, leader of the Catholic Pop-
ular Republicans (MRP), and
Henri Queuille, leader of the Ra-
dical Socialists, have already
tried to form a government in
the past 24 hours and have been
forced to give up.
Queuille, who set a post-war
The House Armed Services record Ior government longevity,
Committee, which Is considering in jprance with a Cabinet he led
a bill that also pegs the mini- for more than a year, was faced
mum draft at 18>/2, was told by wltn tne 8ame major obstacle
Frederick J. Llbby. of the Na- tnat plagued Bldault-rgetting
tlonal Council for Prevention of agreement o nthe form of the
War, that there Is no need to balloting system for the next gen-
draft men at 18 to fight in Eu- ] eri e]ections, to be held some-
"crlppllng" amendments.
The House Armed Services
fight
rope and Asia.
He was the first of some 45
witnesses opposing the draft who
will be heard by the committee
Defense Department to adopt a | through next Wednesday. The
iwter "nubile relation" policy.! committee plans a final vote on
"1 don't know how gc
amendments are as a 'publ
eral elections, to be held some-
time between now and the end of
October.
Thursday and Chairman Carl
Vinson, D.. Ga., said he will call
it up on the House floor on Tues-
day, March 13.
Elizabeth A. Smart, represent-
ing the National Woman's Chris-
tian Temperance Union, said her
organization had no objections'
to the 18-year-old drait so long
at the men are protected against
'exploitation'' by the beer and
whisky tuaffic.
As they now stand, both the
House and. Senate bills would
restrict the Army on sending
18-year-olds Into combat.
Wiesiger Ashes
Will Be Scattered
Over Locks Waters
The ashes of James Henry
Wiesiger, former tunnel operator
at Pedro Miguel, will be scatter-
ed tomorrow on the waters of
Pedro Miguel locks.
The rite will be conducted by
members of Isthmian Lodge. A.
V. Si A M. and will take place
at 12:30 p. m.
Mr. Wiesiger died Feb. J at
his home near Dade City. Florl-
Seizure Of La Prensa
good these
'pubhc re-
atloa'- policy," Johnson said.
., "but they certainly present a
* poor security policy."
. noting that military leaders
*. have said a defense force 3.500.-
000 men Is necessary for the na-
' tlon's security. Johnson asked
his Senate colleagues:
Are we going to take the word
01 such men as Gen. Marshall.
Gen. Bradley. Gen. Collins and
Gen. Vandenberg or are we go-
inir to follow Gen. Morse? '
Cain attacked the Horse pro-
posals as "impractical" and "up
realistic" and Id they are an _~ II* A I
.^^SfsrinSs2"- Pro-Peron Union Asks
v.ces "need every man we can
. get" for the Korean war.
Democratic leaders concede
, that Morse's 18/2 proposal poses
' the big test for the admlnlstra-
, tlon bill. Once It Is out of the
way, they are confident they
Midwest Blizzards
Hall Trains, Trap
Hundreds In Snow
MINNEAPOLIS, Mar. 3, (UP^-
' The second blizzard this week
raged across the upper Mississip-
pi Valley today trapping hun-
dreds of persons In giant snow-
drifts and also paralyzing trans-
portation. ;
The storm was the winters
worst. It spread as much as 15
1 .Inches of hew snow over much of
' , six-state area. Winds of 50
miles per hour piled the flakes
vlnto big drifts that blocked
roads, stopped trains and halted
takeoffs and landings at airfields.
The storm area stretched from
the Central Rockies to northern
Indiana and from the rakotas to
the plains of Kansas. *
Near-blizzard conditions were
I reported in South Dakota, barely
, recovering from the worst bllz-
> lard of the winter which struck
Wednesday.
Snows swept the Rockies, while
rains drenched the southern
. plains and the mid-Mississippi
valley.
Northern Illinois and Indiana
and Wisconsin also had snow,
sleet and rain. At Chicago snow
began falling thickly In mld-ai-
ternon yesterday.
Forecasters described the storm
1 tu "Intense" and said the center
1 'of the disturbance swirled over
southeastern Colorado and west-
. em Kansas.
Marines Make Best Gains
In Day Of Slow Progress
(NBA Raaio-Telephoto)
LA PRENSA RIOT VICTIM. Friends pot Roberto Nones In
a car In Buenos Aires. Argentina, after he was shot by a mob
trying to prevent publication of the independent newspaper,
La Prensa. Nunez, a La Prensa printer, later died. The pa-
per had been clewed by a government-sponsored news-vendors'
union's strike.
V. C Neeson, 48,
Ex-Canal Employe,
Dies In States
Vincent Clyde Neeson, 48, for-
mer employe of the Mechanical
Division, died suddenly yester-
day morning in York, Pa.
Word of his death was receiv-
ed by cable by his sister, Mrs.
Charles Leabcr of Balboa.
Mr. Neeson came to the Isth-
mus as a small boy and lived
most of the time on the Atlantic
Side, attending the Canal Zone
schools and then going to work
for the Mechanical Division. He
'left the Isthmus several years
ago.
. In addition to his sister here.
he is survived by his wife and
ene daughter, Patricia, In York.
BUENOS AIRES. March 3 (UP)
\The pro-Government General
Confederation of Workers at a
meeting attended today by re-
presentatlvea of workers
throughout Argentina proposed
that the politically Independent
newspaper La Prensa be expro-
priated "for those who put it out"
and that Its proprietor and its
officials be brought to trial on
charges of "Illicit association."
The passing of this resolution
followed a recommendation by
Antonio Valerga, secretary-gen-
eral of the Garment Workers'
Union, that La Prensa be con-
verted into a cooperative and de-
livered to the printers, newsven-
dors and editorial workers "be-
cause only then will it be a ve-
hicle for democratic culture."
Jos Espejo, secretary-general
, of the confederation, said La
Prensa was "an enemy of the re-
volution (Peron's revolution), an
enemy of the workers and an
enemy of Argentina." He saiAthe
workers should "defend" them-
selves from such "enemies."
The police still hold La Pren-
sa's printing plant after seizing
It Tuesday night and ignoring a
petition by the publishers to
leave the shop so employes could
return to work.
Though the police have ignor-
ed this petition Judge Roberto
Durrieu, accompanied by a num-
ber of Government officials and
aides, made a four-hour inspec-
tion of the printing shop last
i night and said he would continue
his tour Monday.
The objective of Durrleu's vis-
it, w.h 1 c h was watched by La
Prensas business manager and
attorney, was to make a report
on what he found. Costenla in
the petition had pointed out the
I building had been closed without
I any La Prensa representative re-
imalning inside, and that the
i newspaper declined any respon-
sibility for what might have oc-
curred in the bluldlng from the
moment it was taken out of I*
Prensa's control by the use of
public force.
The petition said "especially
we decline any responsibility
which may have been Introduced
into or taken from the building
or any change which may have
been made "
Meanwhile in Mexico City
the influential newspaper El
Universal demanded the
withdrawal of all Mexican
sports teams competing at
the Pan-American games, at
Buenos Aires as a potest a-
gainst what it called press
persecution.
It said the La Prensa seizure
"copied in everything from unL-
Egyptian Students
Demand'Holy War'
To Free Morocco
CAIRO. Mar. 3 ("UP) Thou-
sands j students swarmed
through Cairo today demanding
a "Holy War" to liberate the
North African protectorate ol
Morocco from France.
Simultaneously the Egyptian
Government asked the seven
nation Arab League political
committee to convene in urgent
session to discuss the Moroccan
crisis.
Demands In the Arab world
for Morocco's Independence
have mounted since the United
States acquired military airfields
there and France cracked down
on the Independent Party in
her protectorate.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sa-
lan of Din Bey, after a confer-
ence with Premier Mustapha el
Nanas Pasha, said Egypt had
urged the Arab League to.con-
sider the crisis.
Abdel Rahman Azzam Pasha,
secretary-general of the Arab
League, told students who
thronged to his headquarters.
"If the time comes for a Holy
war and you find me hesitant
kill me."
Dragon' Sails After
Multi-Man Overseas
Phone Conversation
CRISTOBAL. March 3.The
freighter Oriental Dragon was
12 hours at sea at noon today,
after a multi-man telephone
conversation with New York re-
solved doubts of the Chinese
crew as to their passport status.
Fifty-seven Chinese crewmrn
en the ship had refused to sail
with her when fueling was com-
pleted Wednesday. They had not
bten Issued passports and fear-
ed they would be unable to go
ashore in New York.
Late yesterday afternoon six
of the crew cam ashore to the
office of shipping agents Wll-
ford a McKay. Telephone con-
nections were set up for New
York. '
On the Cristobal end of the
line, using every, available ex-
tension, were Wllford & McKav
agent R. R. Wilson and four of
the six Chinese. On the other
end were two men from the
U. 8. Marine Corporation, oper-
ators of the Panamanian-flag
Oriental Dragon, the Chinese
Consul-General in New York
and his secretary.
They talked for over half an
hour, back and forth. Chienese
flying along the telephone con-
nections. McKay and the two
agents in New York stuck to
English.
' What the Consul General said
he pledged that passports
would be waiting them in New
Yorkfinally turned the trick
and the Chinese crew repre-
sentatives weht back to the ship
to report to the rest of the crew.
Oriental Dragon upped an-
chor at 11:20 p. m. and a few
minutes later was headed for
seaand passports for her crew.
TOKYO, March 3 (UP) United States Marines rip-
ped deeper into the center of the Communist line across
Korea today in a drive towards the big Chinese base of
Hongchon, only 21 miles south of the 38th parallel.
Marine tanks and infantrymen jumped off at 8 a.m.
from their newly won positions two miles north of Hoeng-
song and 13 rugged miles south of Hongchon. They met
only sporadic small arms and mortar fire from Chinese
dug in on heights overlooking the Hoengsong-Hongchon
highway.
OPERATION KILLER.The United States Marines head the
United Nations forces in the push north of just-captured
Hoengsong (2) while the British Commonwealth forces are
stalled short of the Hoengsong-Yongdu highway (S). The
two towns and the highway between them have been grimly
defended by the Reds in a bid for time as they build up
their torees for a olid defense or counter-attack along the
line indicated by soldier symbols. To the east (1) the United
States 7th Division and two South Korean Divisions are
finding the going easier.
Hoengsong Rubble Is Graphic
History of Fortunes of War
HOENGSONG, Korea, March 3,
(UP I The rubble and bodies hi
this highway town gave a gra-
Shlc history today of the chang-
ig fortunes of war.
In one cdurtyard, spread a-
round an American trailer, were a
Raggedy Ann doll, Chinese cloth
shoes, broken typewriters, letters
and other equipment from both
armies.
American and Dutch dead still
}le where they fell more than two
weeks ago when the Chinese
caught units of the 2nd Infantry
Division in an ambush.
Scattered among the bodies Is
equipment from an American
Panam DA Holds
2 Men Accused
Off Remn Plot
Two Nlcaraguan barbers were
still being held today in Panam
for investigation of reports that
they planned to assassinate Po-
lice Chief Jos A. Remn.
Col. Remn said this morning
that the two, Julio Rueda anc1
Armando V>lez, have been placed
at the disposition of the District
Attorney of the First Judicial
District and that there were no
new developments in the case.
They were arrested yesterday
after a Panamanian woman, Ro-
sa Maria Castro reported that
she had overheard the two men
say they were planning to kill
JRemn.
Halboa Tides
Wagner to Confer
With Congressman
On CZ Back Tax
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP)
Walter Wagnet, representa-
tive of the Canal Zone Central
Labor Union said that he was
conferring on Monday with Re-
presentative Jere Cooper, who is
considered an Influential mem-
ber of the House Ways and
Means Committee, in an effort
to counteract an unfavorably re-
port from the Treasury on Canal
Zone income tax.
Wagner reported the Treasury
claimed Zone workers had re-
ceived notice of their impending
responsibility for this tax before
the law was adopted and there-
fore had advance warning.
Sheridan Will
Defend Bohan
In Caskets Case
Attorney William J. Sheridan
has been retained to represent
Panama Canal funeral director
Grover H. Bohan, charged yes.
te.dav with failure to account
Dromptly for government funds.
Sheridan had nothing to say
about the cas pending prelimin-
ary hearing set for next Wed-
nesday afternoon. Boban is at
liberty under $2.000 bail. He was
arrested at noon yesterday.
During the day yesterday two
graves at Corozal cemetery were
opened and the caskets examin-
ed.
Catholic chaplain's mass kit a
purete antrola stole, a prayer
book and a iqlny brass chalice.
In another courtyard was a
battery of American 4 2 Inch mo.'-
tars. their muzzles still pointing
j north. The Chinese evidently did
not attempt to turn them arou.id
and fire against United Nations
troops.
All through the town were
wrecked American vehicles
mostly just wheels and a batter/d
chassis. The few that had been
abandoned virtually undamaged
were being tinkered with by
American Marines to get them
going.
As for Hoengsong Itself, it Is
just another town In Korea that
has ceased to exist. Few whole
buildings remained standing.
There were battered, blackened
remains of machinery that made
the town an Important rice-mill-
ing center for this part of Central
Korea.
Three Indians
Victims of Crazed
Murderer in Chiriqui
DAVID. Mar. S Word that a
native of the Chiriqui Province
town of Horconcitos had stabbed
and hacked up two Indian wom-
en and an Indian man reached
here today.
The murderer was Octavio 8a-
mudio. while his victims, whose
bodies were found chopped up In
pieces, were Maria Contreras,
Eva Contreras and Raul Wuag-
son.
Local authorities are reported
to be investigating the incident.
Some Reds had attempted a
llnht probing attack against
1,000 yards northeast of Hoeng-
song but It was beaten off with-
out loss. Some 75 rounds of 120
mm. mortar or artillery fire
landed near a Marine unit com-
mand southwest of Hoengsong.
Stiff Communist resistance
slowed the allied advance along
most of the rest of the 60-mlle
front of the 8th Army's "Killer
Offensive" now in its third day.
Air observers reported more than
500 Communist vehicles heading
south during the night. It was
the heaviest Communist traffic
in three weeks and seemed to
presage either still heavier Red
resistance or a Red counter-
offensive.
The Reds threw five small
counter-attacks against the
*>outh Korean 3rd and United
States 2nd Division positions
southeast of Hoengsong last
night and early today. The South
Korean 3rd Division came to a
Complete halt nine to six miles
irom Hoengsong and was bat-
tling a Communist battalion
there.
_The only sizeable galos
eastern half of the assault fr
were reported on the approaches
to the road junction of Chanp-
'/ong, 25 miles east of Hoeng-
kong and 28 miles below the 38th
parallel. The United States 7th
5 Russian Officers
Sentenced To Jail
In Eastern Germany
BERLIN, Mar. 3 (UP-) Five
Russian officers here have been
sentenced to jail and hard labor
on charges of espionage and sa-
botage in East Germany, ac-
cording to the United States li-
censed newspaper Neue Zeitung
today. There is no confirmation
of this frbm ny other source.
Neue Zeitung listed the fol-
lowing cases:
Major Taran, ex-commandant
of Crlmmltschau, 80 miles south
of Leipzig, sentenced to five
years hard labor for illegal
transactions In textiles;
Capt. Aptev, reparations offi-
cer for Glauchau, tfxony, 15
years for black marke^ng;
Lt. Col. Popsov, attached to
Frelderg Kommandatura, 10
years for aiding a German spy
to escape;
Lt. Terinlak, reparations offi-
cer in Crlmmltschau, 15 years
for failing to ssist the com-
munist German Free Youth
Movement;
Secret Police (MVtoi agent
Chamdanov, sentenced In Al-
tenburg to 15 years for tipping
off a woman that her apart-
ment was to be searched.
Division and the South Korean
71 li and Capital Divisions push-
ed ahead up to three miles from
Cnanpyong from the southeast
end east yesterday. One column
wus only two miles away from
the town.
Heavy fighting was reported
five miles west of Honegsong
where bayonet-wielding troops
of the South Korean 6th Division
captured hill 386 In fierce haul
to hand fighting. They reported
barbed wire entanglements and
tnti-tank mines just north of
the hill defended by a Chines
battalion 500 to 1000 troops.
The Chinese 38th Army
farther west appeared determin-
ed to hold its positions around
the no man's land town of
Yongdu.
British Commonwealth troops
advanced 1,000 to 2,000 yard!
northeast of Yongdu without re-
sistance but were pulled up
short of the lateral Hoengsong-
Yongdu highway by an estimat-
ed Chinese regiment on a four
mile ridge Une one to five miles
from Yongdu.
On the Western Front a Unit-
ed States patrol which crossed
I tne Han River in an attempt to
i enter 8eoul fell back to the
south bank under Communist
small arms and mortar fire.
The South Korean navy dis-
closed that lt has killed 8681
North Koreans, Including a
brigadier, and captured one
prisoner since Feb. 22 in hit and
run raids on the tip of western
Korea's Ongjln pennlnsula just
south of the 38th parallel.
Attorneys May Rest
Collazo Prosecution
Early Next Week
WASHINGTON, March 3 'UP>
The Government mav complete
i'.s case Monday against the
Puerto Ricn Nationalist Oscar
Collazo, charged with slaying a
White House guard in an at-
tempt to assassinate President
Truman.
When Collazo's trial resumes
Monday the Federal Court Jury'
will hear FBI ballistics expert
George A. Berlev resume his
testimony on who fired the fatal
shots in the abortive assault ort
Blair House last Nov. 1.

Collazo's defense apparently
will be that he and his co-con-
si.irator Griselio Torresola mere-
ly intended to stage a demon-
stration to draw attention to the
Puerto Rlcan Nationalist Party's
demands for the Island's inde-
Dendence.
Torresola died In the gun bat-
tle.
Commy Food Prices Still Rise
After 233 Per Cent Upswing
Give!
forms to action" the Nazi dic-
tatorship.
High
12:22 a.m. 12.8 ft.
1:12 p.m. 12.7 ft.
Low
6:45 a.m. 2.2 ft.
7:20 p.m. 2.6 ft.
Mobilise for Defense! With
your help, our government's
on a scale unknown before
call for Red Crow assistance
will be answered promptly
and effectively. It the year
ahead Red Cross most carry
on enormous training pro-
grams, procure vast quanti-
ties of blood and plasma.
Help protect yourself, yonr
family, and your nation by
supporting the 1951 Red
Cross Fund.
Going up!
Commissary food prices are
on the rise again, with more
price increases slated for the
coming week.
Yesterday the Panama Ameri-
can's market basket of 17 food
Items, on which prices have been
kept since 1941. cost Zone retail
buyers $6.77or approximately
two and one-third times the cost
of the $2.92 for the same Items
in May, 1941a rise of some
233 per cent.
The price of $6.77 was 20 cents
morefor the same list of 17
itemsthan the price Just two
months ago.
In this two month period,
Rlnso has Increased two cents
uer package, one cent of this
Increase made In the past week.
Sliced bacon has gone up eight
centss, from 56 cents on Jan. 5
to 64 cents yesterday. Three cents
ol this Increase came this week-
Carrots and cabbage, both or-
dinarily considered low-cost
vegetables, have increased mark-
edly. In this two month period
carrots have gone from nine to
13 cents per pound, one cent of
this increase in the past week.
Cabbage has Increased seven
cents per pound, three of this
In the past week.
American cheddar chesse. not
the processed variety, had Jump-
ed 12 cents per pound, going
irom 56 to 68 cents in the past
two months. Four cents of this
increase was in the past week.
Sugar, butter, lettuce, bread,
canned milk, coffee and potatoes
are among the Items whose cost
was the same yesterday as In
January.
Eggs, pegged at a celling price
of 88 cents a dozen, are on the
vay back up again. They sold
or 77 cents last week. This week
the price was up to 82 cents.
Another high percentage in-
crease Is that of margarine, sell-
ing this week at 38 cents per
i ound. It was 30 cents per pound
in December. 32 in January.
Other items Increased, of gen-
eral consumer interest Include:
Fresh ham, skinless Imported
frankfurters. smoked picnic
hiuns. frosted frying chicken
and some processed cheeses.
Labor representatives believe
that the price increase is a di-
rect reflection of removal of
price ceilings In the Canal Zone.
The order from the office of
Frice Stabilization, copies of
which have just been received
here, said, in part:
"In addition, the application
of the present price ceilings hi
the Canal Zone would result In
extremely heavy continued losses
to the Government agencies
engaged In supplying the re-
sidents and the armed forces la
the Canal Zone."


PACK TWO
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEB
SATURDAV, MARCH S, 1151
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
Arrives
t*w Oris Freiiht Service Cristbal
S.S. Ttlde ....................................March 5
S.I. La ritvt ................ ................March 9
1.1. Viador Knot..............................March 13
A Steamer ....................................March 20
S.S. Lewi Bend .............................March 26
A Steamer ...................................April S
Handling Refrigerated. Chilled
and General Cario.
Arrivts
New Vork Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cod ................................March S
S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................March 12
S.S. Cape Ann................................March 19
Havana Freight Service
Safltogs Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly sailings to New Vork, Los Angeles and Seattle.
Occasional sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
The steamers in this service are limited to twelve passengers
Frequent Sailings from Cristbal to
West Coast of Central America
I:
Criattbal 2121
Telephones:
Panam 2-2804
Coln 20
5S
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ......
8.R. "SANTA BARBARA'.....
......Due Cristbal. Mar. 7th
.......Due Cristobal, Mar. 14th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
BJB. "SANTA CECILIA" .........Sails Cristbal, March '5th
8. "SANTA MARGARITA" ....Sails Cristbal, March 12th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICATO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
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Shipping & Airline News
Lobster Fisher
Lobster tails are the business
of the U.S.-registered fisher Ban
Marcos which arrived yesterday
in Balboa from the Costa Rlon
port of Puntarenas.
The 100-foot craft is owned by
a West Coast shipping company.
She carries lobster pots and is
equipped with a deep, quick freeze
unit to hold her catch.
San Marcos is en route to loos-
tet fishing grounds in the reef
and barriers off Grand Cayman
Island, via Puerto Llmon. Her
cargo will be delivered to Florida
where it will -be sold during the
height of the tourist season.
Capt. Erwln Katzer is master
of the San Marcos. Local agent is
Paul Sullivan.
Cruise Ships
Two big cruise sl>lps are due
here next Wednesday.
They are the Nieuw Amsterdam
of the Holland-America Line and
the Cunard Line's Mauretanla.
Advance reports give between
700 and 800 passengers for the
Nieuw Amsterdam and slightly
less for the Mauretanla. The
Nieuw Amsterdam is on a 15-day
West Indies cruise and the Mau-
retanla on an 18-day cruise.
Arriving Tonight
Louis S. Sisto, Comptroller of
the United Fruit Company of
Boston, Massachusetts, is sched-
uled to arrive at Tocumen Air-
port tomorrow from Honduras.
Accompanying Mr. Sisto for a
U.F. Co., accountants conference
at the Hotel El Panama, will be
the following U.F. Co, officials:
Eustace Hall of Santa Marta. Co-
lombia; Henry N. L. Forest of Al-
mirante, R.P.; John O. Splller of
GolfJto, Costa Rica; William B.
Mlddlemasof Cristobal, C.Z.; Hu-
bert L. Duplantis of Port Llmou,
Costa Rica and Ross B. McElvoy
of Puerto Armuelles, R. de Pan-
ama.
Rangltata Due
The New Zealand Shipping
Line's Rangltata> is due in Bal-
boa March 6, with her scheduled
arrival time now 4 a.m.
She is carrying about 400 pas-
sengers In transit from New Zea-
land to the United Kingdom.
If she arrives at 4 a.m., as now
expected, she will probably tran-
sit on an early schedule and
berth In Cristobal.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
STYLES, John Thomas, 22 of
Gatun, to BENNY, Marts Gene-
vleve, 20, of Balboa.
Repairs
The tuna fisher Zarco, owned
by the Zarco Fishing Company cf
San Diego, is berthed at Balboa
for major engine repairs. She wnl
be here for about two weeks.
Her master Is Capt. Albert Cr-
rela and her chief engineer Fred
Hawks.
Zarco has aboard about 100
tons of tuna under refrigeration.
The fish may be transshipped
while the Zarco is tied up for re-
pairs. Her agent is Paul Sullivan.
'Pirate' Fishing
Irking Mexicans
MEXICO CITY, Mar. 3, (UP)
"Pirate" fishing in Mexican
coastal waters is stripping Mexi-
co of a good portion of its rich
resourefs In shrimp, lobster and
other sea-foods.
A navy ministry source said,
"at least 130 cases" of pirate fish-
ing were recorded during the
past 12 months.
"Those were the ones we ei-
ther saw directly or heard about."
he said. "A lot more get away
without being seen."
The chief offenders' are United
States and Cuban fishermen.
The Americans raid the beds, a- [ 8Ui.ui"'.
long the Pacific coast and north-
ern gulf shores of Mexico. The
Cubans concentrate In the south-
ern gulf shores.
The navy spokesman admitted
the problem of enforcement of
Mexican fishing; regulations is
"difficult."
"No one ever admits he is guil-
ty," the spokesman salfl. "Even
if port authorities rule the pirate
Usher was caught inside the lim-
itsand many are caught throw-
ing contraband fUh overboard
the fishing captain usually com-
plains to his nearest consulate
and the matter becomes an Inter-
national Incident."
Exercise Enlarges
Heart's Size,
Student Declares
MOROANTOWN. W. Va., Mar.
3 (UP) Exercise will cause
the weight of your heart to in-
crease In proportion to the
weight of vour body, a former
West Virginia University grad-
uate student explained in his
master's thesis.
Edward J. Fedor of Pittsburgh
said he had conducted experi-
ments with albino rats that
showed the heart was signifi-
cantly enlarged during exercise.
The experiments were sponsor-
ed by the National Heart In-
Blrths
ROBBINS, Major and Mrs. Ro-
bert Anthony, of Fort Amador,
son, Jonathan Walker, Feb. 21,
Clayton Hospital.
DIXON, Cpl. and Mrs. Frank,
of Fort Clayton, son, Howard
James. Feb. 25, Clayton Hospital.
SERA. Sc and Mrs. Orestes, of
Fort Kobbe. daughter, Sylvia,
Feb. 25, Clayton Hospital.
MARION. M-Sgt. and Mrs. An-
thony, of Fort Amador, daughter,
Georgina Mary. Feb. 25, Clayton
Hospital.
8HOEMAKI. Sgt. and Mrs.
James H.. of Fort Kobbe. son.
James Larry, Feb. 27, Clayton
Hospital, i
LEE. Sgt. and Mrs. Mervale E.,
of Corozal, son, Richard Roy Feb.
28. Clayton Hospital.
HARDY. Cpl. and Mrs. Robert
W., of Fort Amador, daughter,
Sherry Lynn, Feb. 28, Clayton
Hospital.
tATORRE, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
len, of Curundu. daughter, Feb.
28. Gorgas Hospital.
BADONSKY, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul, of Ancon, son, Feb. 28, Oor-
gas Hospital.
SHEETS, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J., of New Cristobal, daughter,
Feb. 28, Colon Hospital.
BARRERA, Mr. and Mrs. To-
mas, of Silver city, daughter,
Feb. 28. colon Hospital
THOMPSON, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph L., of Panama, daughter,
March 1, Oorgaa Hospital.
FLEMMING. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph J., of La Boca, daughter,
March 1, Gorgas Hospital.
DN GUNS SOUND OFF Dag in on the sido of an embankment, a UN gun crew lets loose
a blast at the enemy entrenched on a strategic hill on the Korean front. The hill was
taken as UN forces continued their northward push in the "killer" offensive.
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Fedor explained it this way:
"The increased weight Is due
to the development of cardiac
muscle fibers in response to the
additional work placed on the
heart in supplying the lncreas-
' ed oxygen necessary for the tis-
sue during exercise."
Both Lit Up
DETROIT. (UP) Dwayne
Schuster paid a $100 fine for driv-
ing his new car off the end of a
pier and into the Detroit river.
When a wrecker hauled the car
out of the water its lights were
still burning. Police said Schuster
was lit up, too.
Deaths
WDCRAN. Frank, 61, of Ft. Gu-
lick. Feb. 28. Gorgas Hospital.
DES LARIEN, Louis, 84, of Fri-
joles, March 2, Gamboa.
Anv Bear Skeletons
In That Closet?
CHAMPAIGN. 111.. Mar. 3. (UPI
The University of Illinois wants
the people of the state to tell it
about any skeletons they haje In
their closets.
To be specific, bear skeletons.
?t^?e vu.nlv5islty complained
that, while black beara are re-
ported to have been numerous in
the state as late as 1800, there's
hardly anything to prove it
8o it wants state residents to
come up with the remains of
bear" thir grandfathers or great
grandfathers shot, if they hap-
pen to have any around.
Psychological Tactics Said
Best Weapon Against Soviet
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Three Strikes, Out
CHICAGO, Mar. S, (UP)
Eugene Hale was knocked down
twice on a street within a min-
"te *T *""* "! hen by the
truck's driver.
The hit-and-run vehicle
slapped Hale down. The driver
hen leaped out and hit Hale,
as he staggered to his feet.
"That will teach you to get
in the way of my track. shout-
ed the enraged driver.
LONDON, Mar. 3. (UP) A
blueprint on "How to Defeat Riu-
sla" is telling the British people
that the Soviet is not Invincible
but can be defeated both in the
moral and physical fields of war.
The blueprint was drawn up by
Brijr. Gen. J..F. C. Fuller, eminent
British military writer and 'ac-
ucian. It calls on the Western
powers to abandon their policy
of containing communism and to
replace it by a policy of deter-
mined opposition, if Russian stra-
tegy is to be met effectively.
The pamphlet, on sale at book-
stalls for one shilling (14 cents)
cautions that continuation of
the West's present policy must
lead to a wasteful and ever-in-
creasing scattering of their forc-
es and squandering of their re-
sources.
Fuller contends that at !;ast
100 reliable divisions, 40 in West-
ern Germany, 10 in the Middle
East and 50 in strategic reserve
in complete readiness for war
will be required if Russia and
her satellites are to be checked.
Other Tactics Needed
He says military strategy
must be accompanied, however.
by "psychological" tactics and
a fall-scale poycbological of-
fensive aimed at the destruc-
tion of Communist power with-
in the Western peoples and be-
hind the Iron Curtain.
"Is Russia invincible?" Fuller
means inevitable. Even should it
erupt. Its length is likely to be
vastly curtailed.
"But these ends are only pos-
sible if the Western powers clear-
ly understand the problem which
now faces them.''
His blueprint warns that the
defense are "radically unsound
and that Europe must begin to
think "offensively.''
It advances the following sug-
gestions in the military field:
1. To make secure the "center
of gravity," namely the heart
of continental Europe.
2. Under cover of this securi-
ty, to build up sufficient forces
to defend the Middle East.
3. The simultaneous creation
of a strategic reserve, suffi-
ciently powerful so that in'the
event of war, Eastern Germany
and the Balkans can be regain-
ed and Europe once again uni-
fied.
It says Western Germany and
possibly Spain should be Induced
to contribute manpower for Ihe
100 reliable divisions, which Ful-
ler considers a minimum if the
Western democracies want to
match Russia.
Fuller says Western force's
should have tanks which can deal
with the heaviest Russian tanks
Famous Recruiter
Back In Service
BALLSTON SPA, NY., Mar. I,
(UP) sgt. Frank J. Cramer,
believed holder of the all-time
individual record for recruiting
men in the armed forces, Is going
back to service himself.
Cramer, a veteran of World
War I and 11 and the father of
triplets, has reported 'to the Al-
bany district office of the Mar-
ine Corps.
Cramer's record was set in tha
period of one year when he en-
listed 2.123 men. He joined the
i
E,!*" !ndJ,l"^. ?* Marine aviation We. In
asked. "No. Can Russia be defeat- i and large numbers of anti-taak
ed? Yes. She can be defeated hi formations. Moreover, they
both the. moral and physical should have a type of tank of
fields of war, and if in the for- highest mobility and sufficient
mer. a third world war is by no motorized light infantry. Both
1917; re-entered Marine service
as a recruiter in 1942, bat retired
to a farm near here at the end, af
World War II.
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'Batch* Of Oysters
Stumps Lawmakers
PROVIDENCE, R. I., March. S
(UP) The Rhode Island legii-
iature was stumped by what
constitutes a "batch."
The word was In a bill calling
for penalties for shell fishermen
caught with underslze bivalve*
comprising more than 5 per cent
of a "batch."
A new bill, without the word,
was introduced and said a fisher-
man violates the law If he caton-
es bivalves. In any quantity, of
less than VA Inches in diameter.
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should be supported by powerful
tactical air forces.
If so supplied, he says, the re-
liable divisions stationed in Ger-
many and Western Europe, half
organized for resistance and ha.'f
for exploitation, should be able I o
defeat any army the Russians are
likely to put in the field In the
opening phase of a war.
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DINNER PARTY AT BRITISH LEGATION TO HONOR
MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND MRS. BRIN
The British Minister to Panama, Eric Arthur Clench, has
Issued invitations for a dinner which he will five at the Le-
gation in the Exposition Grounds Thursday evening in honor
of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Dr. Carlos N. Brln, and
Mrs. Brln.
Miss Alexander Entertains
For Miss Yost
At the meeting of her bridge
club held Wednesday evening at
her apartment on the Balboa Na-
val Reservation. Miss Beatlna Al-
exander arranged a lingerie
shower for Miss Gretchen Yost.
Miss Yost's marriage to Arthur
Norman Thayer will take place
tonight at 8:30 at the Cathedral
of St. Luke in Ancon.
Also present at the bridge par-
ty and shower were: MLss Kay
Capwell. Mis? Joan Corliss. Miss
Alice Garlington, MLss Mary
Newland, Miss Nina Normtn and
Miss Sue Sartaln.
Change of Residtnce
The Ambassador of Argentina
and Mrs. Julio A. Lopez Munlz
have moved from La Cresta to
50th Street and Nicanor Obarrlo
Avenue, No. 21.
Dr. Hardgrove Leaves
For Detroit
After a week's stay here, Dr.
Robert Hardgrove left today for
his home In Wisconsin. A mem-
ber of the staff of Gorgas Hos-
Sltal during the last war. Dr.
[ardgrove came here for consul-
tations at Gorgas.
Guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. Baker
Of Balboa had as their guests
Thursday, during the stav of the"
S.S. Reina del Pacifico. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Searl of Henet. Cali-
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Searl have
made an extended tour of South
America and are now on their
way to Cuba and California.
Cocktail Buffet
At Fort Clayton
Celebrating tne 40th anniver-
sary of the united States Army
Dental Corps. Colonel and Mrs.
W. C. Cajdwe'l gave a cocktail-
buffet at their quarters at Fort
Clayton 'last evening. Their
guests were members of the Army
and Navy Dental Corps'and their
wives.
Returns From Miami
S. Scollay Moore of La Cresta
returned today from a short trip
to Miami, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Read
Visitors at Quarry Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Read.
Jr., of Barrlngton, Illinois, arriv-
ed Thursday night by airplane
for a week's visit at Quarry
Heights with their brother-in-
law and sister, Commander and
Mrs. Edward J. Foote.
Miss Hastings
Has House Guests
Miss Oleva Hastings of Balboa
has as her house guest Miss Con-
nie Crist of Kansas City, Mis-
souri, who arrived yesterday by
airplane for a visit of two weeks.
lace and she carried white orch-
ids. Her attendants, Miss Marlu-
cba Vivado and Miss Maritza Ur-
ibe wore gowns of aquamarine I
blue nylon-net, as did the junior
bridesmaid, Sandra Eleta Boyd.
Francis Escoffery, Jr.. was best
man, and Jaime A. Jacome was
the groomsman.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the
bride's parents.
Meeting of Officers' Wives
At Fort Kobbe
The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives
Club held its monthly business
meeting and coffee party Thurs-
day morning at the Officers Club.
Sixty were present at the meet-
ing. Mrs. Huddleston and Mrs.
McCrane were the hostesses. Pre-
siding at the coffee services were
Mrs. Llnnell arid Mrs. Swain.
The business meeting was con-
ducted by Mrs. Ross who intro-
duced the guests and the new
members. At the meeting the club
voted to give a donation to the
Red Cross. Mrs. Christie was
chosen chairman of the commit
tee to plan the Easter Egg Hunt
for the children of Fort Kobbe.
Mrs. Eason introduced the fol-
lowing members who were
awarded trophies for bowling ac-
complishments: the Mesdames
Schlffler, Blankenburg, Stlmson,
Swain, Richardson. Christie.
Price. Relnemeyer, Parko, Bowen,
Ross and Sawyer.
OPPOSITION WEATHER American soldiers gang up on an
overturned truck trailer to get it going forward again on the
snowbound road near Wonju. The weather and the difficulty
of moving a modern army through the rough mountain coun-
try has permitted the bulk of the Communist armies to es-
cape encirclement in the latest U.N. drive. (Exclusive photo
by N/'A-Acme staff photographer Bert Ashwerth)
Asthma Coughs
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Don't couffa and cough, itranst. s*ep
and choke ao bad that you can hardly
breathe or Bleepdon't auffer another
y from Bi onchltU or Aathtna without
trying Mendaco. Thla great Internal
ruadlclna. racantly developed by a
aolentlflc A marican laboratory, work
through the blood, time reaching >our
lunge and bronchial tubei. That a why
Mendaco worki ao fan to help you three
Wuya. 1. Halpa natura dlaaolva and re-
nova thick atrangllng mucus. . Pro'
Tnotaa free easy breathing and lound
aleap ao you aoon feel O.K. 5. Quickly
allevlatea coughing, wheeling, aneez-
lng. Get Mendaco from your drugglit
today. Saa how much better you may
aleen tonight and bow much better yoa
Stay faal tomorrow.
Fonseca-Mora Wedding
At Cristo Rey Church
Miss Maria Eugenia Mora,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ramon
E. Mora, became the bride of Al-
fredo Fonseca at a ceremony per-
formed Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Cristo Rey
Church, Vista del Mar. Mr. Fon-
seca Is a son of the former Costa
Rlcan Ambassador to Panam
and Mrs. Enrique Fonseca Zu-
iga.
The parents of the bride and
bridegroom headed the list of
sponsors which also Included Dr.
Luis C. Prieto. Mrs. Jaime Casa-
nova. Dr. and Mrs. Julio Arman-
do Lavergne, Mr. and Mrs. Ga-
briel Ossa Vicuna. Mario Fonseca,
Mrs. Georglna Z. Henriquez, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis E. Escoffery,
Paul A, Pulllvan, Mrs. Rosita Prie-
to Vivado, Eladio Fonseca and
Mrs. Clemencia Fonseca.
The bride was given In marri-
age by her father. Her bridal
gown was of white nylon-net and
Change of Address
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Gerhardt
have moved from 47th Street In
Bella Vista to their new home at
Golf Helohts.
Lift Up
Your Hearts
Girl Scouts Learn
Camp Skills Prior
To Easier Camp-Ouls
Returned Recently from Europe . and Back to Work
at the
ANCON BEAUTY SHOP
It will give me great pleasure to serve you again
in all your beauty needs.
TllSA FARRELL
Phone 2-1322 Ancon" Theatre Bldg.
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about town
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson. Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
A VENTURE OF BELIEF
"In the beginning was the
Word, and the Word was with
God, and the Word was God.
The same was in the beginning
with God." St. John 1:1,2.
We say in the Apostles Creed:
"I oelieve in God the Father Al-
mighty, Maker of Heaven and
Earth."
If we did not believe this, it
would be a ghastly world, things
would be pretty hopeless.
A long time ago I read a story
of a boy who was alone with ills
father on an island. The ship had
been wrecked, and the sailors
went away In a boat and left
them all alone. The .father clid
not teach his boy about God. but
only how to use the things a-
ound him.
Seeing how much his father
knew about everything, the boy
thought his father made them
all. He was happy when he
thought this. He was never a-
frald of anything; and when reat
storms came, he delighted In tile
wind and lightning and thunder.
He thought how great his father
was to be able to show such
.strength, and to do such great
things.
But one day he found out. H^
father told him that he did not
make them, but he did not tell
him who did; he did not tell him
about God. From the time lie
learnt this everything was dif er-
en t to the boy. He was afraid of
everything; his father had not
made everything and he knew
nothing of God. His whole Die
was full of sorrow and fear un'>l
another ship came and took him
away tc France, where he belong-
ed, and where he learnt about
God. and so could say. "I beli-ve
in God." When he discovered
God everything was difieren:
a purpose and a design was be-
hind his universe. We can't live
In God's world without God.
One hundred and 49 Girl Scouts
are busy learning camp skills
end planning for their Troop
Camp-outs planned by the Coun-
cil for Easter Vacation week.
Four nights with about 40 girls
each night will be under the di-
rection of 23 qualified leaders
and Miss Mary L. Patton, Execu-
tive Director of Girl Scouting on
the Zone. Each troop will cook
its own food out-of-doors and
will participate in the general
campflre each night. Also Seniors
will be trained during their
Camp-out on Tuesday, March 20
in advanced camping.
Guests at the Friday night
camp will be two Panamanian
Girl Guides from David who are
attendlnglng Junior College here
and one David Girl Guide who Is
planning on arriving for this
camping.
Troops participating are as
follows: Troop 33. Cristobal;
Troop 27. Cristobal; Troop 4, Ft. I
Gulick; Troop 46, Ft. Clayton;
Troop 28, Curundu; Troop 31,
Cristobal; Troop 17, Balboa; i
Troop 30, Gatun; Troop 10, Coco-
! 11: Troop 16, Balboa and Troop i
112, Gamboa. Other Brownie pnd ;
; Intermediate Troops are plan-
; nine picnics, trips and overnights '
In their own Scout houses during
E".ster Vacation.
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v/aitlng Inspection at the Motor
Transportation Division will be
opened Monday, it was announc-
ed Friday.
The new gate opens Into the
yard from the Curundu Road and
will be more convenient became
of the additional parkins space
available for cars In line for In-
spection. The new entrance to
the vard is at the rear of the ga-
rage area and all commercial ve-
hicles brought to the Motor*.
Transportation Division for In-
spection will be required to use
the new entrance and inspection
lane.
Up to now all commercial ve-
hicles brought to the Motor
Transportation Division yard lor
inspection have used the main
entrao* on Galllard Highway.
The new arrangement will ellm- \
inate congestion of traffic along1
the highway during busy hours
when many cars or trucks are In j
line for inspection.
No change will be made in the
Inspection hours which are from
2:30 until 4 p.m. from Monday j
through Friday with the excep-
t ion of holidays.
Blennerhasselt
Paintings Will
Be Shown at JWB
The fifth exhibit by local ar-
tists, to be shown at the J. W. E.
Gallery, under the auspices of
the Canal Zone Art League and
the Jewish Welfare Board. Arm-
ed Forces Service Center, will
open at 3 p.m. tomorrow, with a
group of oil paintings by Elinor
Blennerhassett, the wife of John
D. Blennerhassett, British Pro-
Consul in Colon.
Although her work has been
shown In a number of exhibitions
in both Panama and the Canal
Zone and has received honorable
mention, this Is her first one-
man exhibit.
Mrs. Blennerhassett comes f'cm
a family of artists; having two
aunts in England who have ex-
hibited in the West of England
Academy. It was under on-; of
these aunts that she received ner
first art Instruction. However, it
was not until fairly recently thjt
she began oil painting under Ine
direction of Jan Koerber. in Ga-
tun. with whom she studied por-
traiture.
In the coming exhibition, thice
portraits will be shown, a num-
ber of landscapes, three of which
were' painted In Jamaica last
Summer and several still ll
paintings.
This current exhibit will re-
main open from 10-a.m. to 10 p m.
from tomorrow through March
17. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the residents of Pant-
ma and the Canal Zone to visit
the exhibit._______________
Matter of Habit
CENTRAL FALLS. R.I. 'UPI
A Polish girl, writing to this city's
police chief from behind the Iron
Curtain In quest of. information
about, her brother, addressed the
chief as "Commissar of Police."
Mayor Is Tagged s
KEYSER. W. Va. (UP> Ma-
yor John C. Freeland was fined
$1 for illegal parking here after
city councllmen ordered police to
tair his car as a result of a bitter
argument during a council ses-
sion.
Give!
I HAD TO CONFESS
All my family likes good food,
and when something is espe-
cially tasty, they're unanimous
in thair praise. Take the vege-
table soup that won their favor.
"Mmm. good!" they chorused. I
beamed, but I had to give credit
where credit was due. I told
them it was Campbells Vege-
table Soup. Father was amazed!
"To make this favorite' soup
extra delicious, extra nourish-
ing." I said, "Campbell' cooks
mingle cbolce garden-fresh
vegetables, picked at the peak
of flavor, in a hearty, robust
beef stock! All I do la add an
equal amount of water, heat
and serve."
Father winked: "Almost a meal
in itself!" he said.
The following statement In
support of the 1951 Red Cross i
Fund Campaign has been releas- j
ed by Rear Admiral Albert M. |
Bledsoe, Commandant of the 15th .
Naval District:
"Clara Barton, the founder of'
the American Red Cross, minis- |
tered to the wounded and suffer-
ing during the War Between he
States.
"In World War I. the American
Red Cross came of age. Thou-
sands of nurses were recruited,
hospital units were organized and
.sent to the fighting fronts, aul
a welfare and recreational pro-
gram was developed for the serv-
ices in many ways similar to tne
Armed Forces program in War
II.
"The service and long exper-1
lence of the Red Cross in tim i vt \
catastrophe and disaster has been
fully recognized In the plannini;
of the National Security Resourc-
es Board for civil defense. The
Red Cross has been asked to ht'p
provide food, clothing, and chap- j
ter volunteers and other resourc- !
ts of the organization for local
civil defense authorities
"When you support the Red
Cross, you contribute to the se-
curlty of your family, your com-1
munity and the defense of world
peace.
"As Commandant of the Fit-;
teenth Naval District. I proiiise
I he Red Cross the full support cl
this command in the e.fort tc
niret Its 1951 fund campaign
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Price Ceilings On Used Cars
To Be Tightened; Rollback Seen
WASHINGTON. March J. (UP) I he said. "Were attempting to fix will be Issued within about {
Price Chief Michael V. DiSalie
revealed today that an order is
being prepared which would
tighten price ceilings on used
cars and probably force some
dealers to roll back prices.
He said orders also are being
drafted to put ceilings on live-
stock and textiles but said he will
not decide for another SO to fl
days whether to ask Congress to
overhaul the parity feature of
the law which restricts1 price con-
trol action on many foods.
DiSalie told the Joint Congress-
ional watchdog Committee on
Economic controls that the auto
orders will be designed to reflect
differences In the condition of
used cars of the same age. make
and model. He was not lure when
It will be issued.
DiSalie yesterday authorized
auto manufacturers to boost pric-
es 3.5 per cent to help cover ris-
ing production costs and there
were indications another factory
increase, will be granted In May.
The order limited dealers' mark-
ups, however, and the retail in-
crease will be less than 3.5 per
centabout 2.8 per cent on a $2 -
090 car.
The price chief said his agency
also Is keeping a close eye on meat
slaughtering to make sure there
Is no recurrence of World War II
black markets and emphasized
he is not blaming the farmer for
currently high retail food prices.
"We're not here to fix blame,"
prices."
He said there would be an over-
all Increase of about 2 per cent
in iivins: costs if all farm products
<*
days.
In addition, the admlnlstraiion
has asked Congress to impose a
now selling below parity were lo 20 per cent manufacturers' exeis
climb to that "magic figure."
If the farm products now above
parity meat, wool and cotton
could be rolled back to that le-
vel, he added, living costs would
decline about l-''2 per cent. The
government cannot control re-
tall food prices while the farm-
er's price Is below paritya so-
called "fair" level.
As for used cars, dealers now
can charge the same "book" nrice
for two used cars of Identical u?e.
make and model even though one
has been driven without proper
care and the other is in tlp-icp
shape DiSalie said the new ol-
der will correct this.
In authorizing new car
creases. DiSalie stressed it
only temoorary and did not fully
reflect Increased produc 11 o n
costs. He said a comprehensive
pricing formula for the Industry
tax on new automobiles to help
pay for the rearmament program*
Should this tax be approved b*
Congress. It also would be patfeedT
on to new car buyers.
Concerning meat black mar-
kets. DiSalie conceded the rlow
slaughter controls imposed tail
month still are too new to permit
an accurate check of their effec-
tiveness. But he said his enforce-
ment staff Is keeping an eagi
eye on the situation.
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Cristobal, Balboa Tangle At Mount Hope Tonight
___________ -------- ii i . :." i "- r w-
by
JOE WILLIAMS
^^
In sports William Francis Carey will always be known his-
torically, as the man do succeeded Tax Rickard. This would
imsslv a sports background, a (lair for promotion and prise ring
iSyVy. Carey .ualifled on none of those counts. He was a cpn-
struction engineer with Wall .Street connection.
Although he was distinguished In his own field nobody In
ports had ever heard of him until he took over Richard's Job
following the colorful gold rush gamblers death in panicky 1928.
Like most men in his sat he had been mangled in the stock crash.
It was my guess the Garden people made a spot for him. This
was a time when defunct millionaires were riding the subway,
you know.
You wouldn't have wanted to meet a friendlier fellow, or
nicer one. First time he met the fight writers In a group he said:
Call me BUI" This may have been a bit on Uve showy side but
ht was essentially a simple-galted fellow, at that. But what he
didn't know about promotion and fights, then the Garden's best
selling commodity, was remarkable.
I've discovered since that such experience isn't essential. In
'S3 Caray, having lost a back-stag* political fight to John Ham-
mond, who was all wrapped up In hockey, a fate wone than
death, was replaced by John Reed Kllpatrick, famed mostly for
hLi All-America exploits at Yale. And "It was under Kllpatrick the
Garden achieved Its most fruitful years.
MELODRAMA BY UKMPSKY
Even as a spectator Carey had seen few fights. As a stock-
holder he had probably visited the Garden at frequent interval
large, leathery fact,
was scarcely the word
but he remained a stranger to the press rows. We printed the
first picture of him to appear In any sports section. Next day
^Kaald: "When my wife saw It she gasped: 'My goodness, E
"lire you wanted for murder?'" Carey had a large, 1
l Mimed by outdoor rigors, and glamour
;*q him.
For a fellow suddenly thrown into a new world he managed
) adjust himself pretty good. His first big promotion was Jack
harkey against Young Stribling at Miami Beach. Rickard had
bought a home down there, and while it wasn't generally known,
was getting ready to pull out of the Garden. He had bought Into
the dog track and a plush gambling casino, invested a quarter
million, and that's how he planned to spend the closing innings.
Rickard died on Jan. 3. 1920. Sharkey and Stribling load aign-
for Feb. 27 and preliminary promotion had begun when Carey
ved in. What followed was fantastic. Carey seemed to feel Ire
|ael to outdo Rickard. He rented a mansion on the ocean front.
Rafael Fortuity Jim Fuchs First
Pan-American Double Champs
JUENOS AIRES. March 3 (UP)
printer Rafael Fortun of Cuba
and strongman Jlm'Fuchs of the
United States held the spotlight
at the end of the fourth day of
the Pan-American Games by
Winning their second gold med-
al, thereby becoming the only
double tltleholders thus far in
the hotly contested track and
field events.
The unofficial standings as
the games entered the fifth dav
found the United States still
leading with 129 points with Ar-
gentina not far behind In second
place with 93, Brazil third 59, Cu-
ba fourth 25, Chile fifth 22. Co-
lombia sixth 11, Peru seventh 9.
Jamaica eighth 8. Trinidad ninth
8, Mexico tenth 4. Guatemala ele-
venth ?. Paraguay twelfth 1, and
Ecuador thirteenth 1.
In women's track and field
events no finals were held yes-
terday, and Argentina Is still
AMA fifth with 3, Brasil sixth
With one.
Fuchs. after setting a new
South American discus record
Thursday, won the shotput yes-
terday with a toss of 58 feet sev-
en Inches. Juan Kahnert of Ar-
gentina with 46 feet 107a Inches.
Nadln Marris of Brazil was third.
Julian Llrenla of Argentina
fourth, Gerardo Villiers of Cuba
fifth and Fernando Farrero of
Arnentina sixth.
Fortun nosed out Art Bragg of
the United States In the 200-met-
ers In 31.3 seconds after beat inn
him the dav hefore in the 100
rneters. Herb McKenley of Ja-
Sialca was third and Gerardo
pnhoff of Argentina fourth.
Zuverink To Get Chance
With Tribe This Season;
Sam Jones Given Tryout
(Editor's Koto: Gearfe juv-
erink is former Canal ion*
League player while Sam Jones
starred with Spur Cola of tbe
Panam fro League. The fol-
lowing article U an excerpt
from the latest Issue of the
Sporting Sews.)
By KP McAVLEY
Al Lopez was disappointed when
the Cleveland Indians had to
leave the winter meetlnas with-
out additional pitching strength,
but the Tribe's .new rnanager ra-
pidly is coming to believe that
the need may not be as great as
anticipated. .
It Is a bit early to name names,
but Lopez Is convinced that he
GUN CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA
Twelve shooters took part in
the fifty-bird 410-gauge Skeet
shout last Saturday afternoon.
Ray Norton took first place In
Class "A" with 43; T. McNeill sec-
ond with 41; J. F. Fogarty. Joe
Kueter, George Watrus and BUI
Cunningham tied for third.
can round opt an effective staff
with the young hopefuls now
drilling at Tucson. Bob Chakales.
Gerald Fahr, Dick RozeV, George
Zuverink and 8am Jopas all have
shown promise. Leroy Wheat also
has shown well, but he Is not
counted on for the coming sea-
son, having already passed his
Armv physical and merely wait-
ing his call to duty.
Zuverink. the tall righthander
from Holland, Mich., who won 20
and lost 14 at San Diego last sea-
son, already had won special
mention from Loper ana his
coaches. "I was surprised," said
Charley Rufflhg. "to' learn that
Zuverink ever lost a game in the
Coast league. I don't know how
anvone can hit his stuff."
These were musical words to
the 23-year-old rookie, for he
thought he was ready for the Big
Show last spring and was frankly
displeased when Lou Boudreau
dropped htm at San Diego. He
believed that his optioning was a
cut and dried affair and that he
had been given no real oppor-
tunity to show l'is talents.
Zuverink, once passed up by
the St. Louis Cardinals as not
rpod enough for their chain gang,
has been a consistent winner
Houston Buffs
To Play For
Troops In CJ.
(Editor's Note: The following
'article was taken from ibe lat-
est issue of the Snorting News.)
HOUSTON, Tex.Ths Houston
Buffs have accepted an invitation
from the Army Air Forces to play
four games in the Panama Canal
Zone this spring.
President Allen Russell of the
Texas League club announced the
squad would leave the Harllngen
spring training base In an Air
Force plane, March 25, for the
Albrook Air Force Base in the Ca-
League Leaders Defeat
Brewers 3-1 Last Night
Tfgms
CANAL ?QNE LEAGUE
Th| Standings
STRAIGHT SEASON
Wen
Crisreeel.......?!
Wta........17
Dioblo........ii
SECONP HALF
Cristobal....... 10
Balboa ........ 8
Diablo........ 4
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Tbt Balboa Brewers meet thf league leading Cristo- v|
bal Mottas again tonight this time at Mount Hope
Stadium what could be tbe deciding game of the sec- /
end half race of the Conal one League.
A win for the Brewers would ogam place them only
a half game behind the league leaders. However, a defeat
would mean the second halt title for tbe Cristobalites.
Tonight's game is a rescheduled contest one that
AlQTUu* Air rurce nets* in tuc i^a- r ,
nsl Zone The Buffs will also fly WOS postponed On account Ot rain.
Sailed a kina-sUe bar and held open house for the press round Bonhoff of Argentina fourth., high w[th 38 followed by T. J.|systei
:fcclock That's when I learned thrmost delectable way to have Paul Maaarrp of Cuba Mfifth Tassin with 34. Ed Francis and : Spart
:Sgs for toeaMasrllllve. fSSi. Carey's bar tab-or rather the jxR$ U Puent 0f Ar Lee Carr tied for third with 28 tort a
garden'sfor three weeks was estimated at 30.000.
There was no mad rush to buy tickets to the fight, so Carey
hired Jack Dempsey to front for the promotion. At about that
time Hollywood hamfats had hit on a new device for publicity, i
They were getting themselves kidnaped, or fighting off would-be
kidnapers. Since his retirement. Dempsey 'his contemporary he p-
meet was the luscious Estelle Taylor i had gone grease paint
""how much the crude hoax helped the fight deponent knoweth
iot, but the story made first page across the country the next
lay Evil persons had tried to kidnap the ex-heavyweight cham-
kon of the world. Obviously for ransom. He had been shot at but
rlth matchless bravery had routed the Intruders bare fisted it
Us later established the bullet imbedded in the bedroom wall 1ad
sen fired from a gun owned by a Chicago cop who was Demp-
ey's house guest.
AL CAPONE GOES SOCIAL
3 The notorious Al Capone, still mocking the law, was a winter
sident and he "tried to horn into the act by opening his glit-
trlng fortress to the press. But then I suppose he was trying to
iprove himself socially. Very few people have achieved the Blue
k through association with sporte writers but faPone:.bBelnK
tjth democratic and desperate, was not adverse to starting at
tf Idon't'remernber whether Carey attended or not. His brother
ike a wonderful Irish type, was choleric. "111 go to see that
usy bum when they put him behind bars and not before, he
snorted.
atoSKlMt^
roasted him with a silver ftaz. it being near to dawn and
Tkfast hour not far off. There was an Ironic touch to the
lesval One of the guests got away with his wlfes dla-
itself was a stinker .and it.wasJeJ* Carey* 11
Capone
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Ademar Ferreira Silva of Brazil
won the hon-sklD-and-jump with i
a leap of 49 feet six Inches, edg- I
out his countryman, Helio
In Class "B" Pop Sauhders was' since he enrolled In the Cleveland
stem. He won 18 and lost 12 at
anburg In 1948; won 16 ami
seven at Oklahoma City In
; won 20 ana lost 14 at San
Diego last year. He credits Del
Baker, the Padre manager, with
lve-away flaw In
le closed the I960
season with six straight victories.
each.
On Sunday last In a one-hun-
dred bird 12-gauge Skeet shoot
the Balboa team beat the Fort i correcting a
. Kobbe team 473 out of 500 to 438 his delivery.
Coutlnho Da Silva. Bruno W tt- out of 500 Hlgn gun ln the match
haus of Argentina was third was j T. Fogarty with 98 follow-
Oaylord Bryan of the United | etl by Brown of Ft. Kobbe. Oun-
States fourth, Jorge Martin A- n|ng'ham and Norton of Balboa
gulrre of Mexico fifth and Edgar wtn 95 each.
Andrade of Ecuador sixth.
In wresjllna Argentina shared
honors with the United States as
each won four championshios.
The United States won the flv-
weight, bantamweight, light-
weight and welterweight titles
while Argentina took the feath-
erweight, middleweight, light-
heavyweight and heavyweight
championships.
The final standings follow:
FlyweightR. H. Perry (United
States 1. M. Vrela (Argentina).
R Davila Cardenas (Mexico),
Santaana 1 Brazil'.
BantamweightR. J. Lemyre
(United 8tates>, A. Diaa (Argen-
tina). L. Basurto Padilla 1 Mexi-
co'. P. Flores Lucas (Ecuador).
FeatherweightO. Bleber 'Ar-
gentina!. J. Maurev (United
States'. J. Sanchez (Mexico), S.
Sanchez (Cuba).
LightwellghtN. Coplee (Unit-
ed 8tates>, Omar Blaaxl (Argen-
tina 1. J. Peres Valencia (Mexico).
Welterweight M. Northrop
(United States', A. Lonearella
(Argentina), J. Lopez Alvarez
(Cuba', Ramirez Romero 'Mexi-
co).
Middleweight Leo Ouennut
(Argentina', N. Holland 'United
States', E. Hassan Rbay 'Mex-
ico'.
Light Heavyweight Ullses
Martorella 'Argentina', A. Da
Silva 'Brazil'.
HeavyweightA. Ramirez (Ar-
gentina'. Ralph Smith 'United
States', L.UIS FRIEDMAN (Pan-
am'.
Sania Cruz Sports
Team scores were:
BALBOA
Fogarty............ 98
Norton............ 95
Cunningham........ 95
Jackson............ 94
Sgunders.......... 9}
In the Lewis Class Pune Class
"A." High gun Fogarty 98. Tied!
for second Brown, Norton and
Cunningham with 95.
In Class "B Betts 83, Christie
81. Tassin and Lundholm tied for
third with 79.
This team shoot was very suc-
cessful and it is planned to hold
one each month. There Is no lim-
Panama Radio Corp. clinches
first half in MontlceUo Softball
League.Irvin Wiley leads lea-
gue in batting with .471 average
By MATTHEW 'Ben" MUSSA
The Panama Radio Corp. cinch-
ed the first half ln the MontlceUo
Softball League, winning nine of
their scheduled eleven games.
Runner-up was the Alfredo Ale-
mgn, Jrs.
At the end of the first half, Ir-
vin "Willis" Wiley, slugging
back, arriving March SO.
The Buffs will meet the Albrook
Flyers In two games at Beam Sta-
dium, play the Army All-8tars In
another game and meet the In-
ter-Service All-Stars in the
fourth exhibition.
They also will make personal
appearances while quartered at
Albrook Base.
Three games have been cancel-
ed from the original spring sched-
ule because of the tripwith
Corpus Christl in Corpus Christi
and with Harllngen and San An-
tonio at Harllngen.
On The Alleys.
Bl'SINESS WOMAN'S LEAGUE
The Suavel team finally took
the lead even If It Is a three-way
tie, with El Rancho and Tahiti.
Loretta Merrill led the Suavel
team to the top with the highest
series so far this yeara bril-
liant 561, with games of 185. 180
and 218. Suavel took two points
from the Tahiti team. Agnes
Cooley was high for the Tahiti
gang with a 510 serles. Casa Mike
took all three points from El
Rancho, which causes Suavel to
go into first place with a total
pinfall of 41930, El Rancho total
pintail. 41444, and Tahiti total
pinfall. 41429.
Team standings as of Feb. 28,
1951:
G Wen Lost Fins
38 27 41930
34 27 41448
36 27 41
Probable hurlers for tonight are Humberto Robinson
for the Mottas and Bill Williams for the Brewers.
Last night the Mottas moved a
step to the second half title by
beating the Baiboans 3-1 in a
game featured by Dave Thomas'
good pitching and Balboa's six
miscuei.
It might truthfully be said that
the Brewers "muffed" their
chance. All three Cristobal runs
were unearned. Balboa's only run
was earned.
Paul Dewey opposed Thomas
on the mound and deserved a bet-
ter fate although he allowed
eight hits to the five given up by
Dave. Thomas truck out seven.
Four of the eight hits made by
Cristobal were connected by lea-
gue leading hitter Scooter Kosh-
orek.
Cristobal got a run hi the first
Inning when Koshorek singled,
Orady WHson erred Bob Otey'g
doubleplay grounder, then Kosh-
orek was picked off second but
Oiev wept to second on a wild
pitch. Kubskl walked, Wally Mo-
ryn drlbblea another doubleplar
ball to Wilson who fired to Bud
Hardin but Hardln dropped th
ball and Otey scampered home.
The other two Mottas runa
came ln the sixth when Babe
Morton erred Charley LeBrun's
roller, Johnny Clauzel singled to
right, Colthirst sacrificed both
runners. Thomas truckout, and
Koshorek singled to left driving
ho
Oil
re the two runners. Otey filed
to end the inning.
Balboa's only tally came In the
fourth on Le Leftrldgt's double
and Williams' single.
it to the entries from each club,, rlghtflelder for Alemn Jr.
and the five high scores make up ; boasted a cool .470 batting aver-
the team.
There were nine entries from
each club on Sunday last. The
range Is open for Skeet and
Trapshootlng each Saturday af-
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
There will be a registered Trap
shoot heldMarch.
311/anremen had collected 17 hits
and 18 runs against two C. A
A
The following is the United
Press unofficial computation of
the general standings of the Pan-
American Games, including all
competitions up to Friday:
Argentina..........455
United States........365
Mexico............160
Brazil..............117
Chile.............. 67
Peru.............. 64
Cuba.............. 62
Trinidad............ 16
Ecuador............ 13
Venezuela.......... 11
Colombia.......... 11
Guatemala..........
Jamaica............ 8
Panam............ 7
Haiti.............. S
El Salvador.......... 2
In basketball Chile defeated
Panam 61-51. Benedo with 15
and Beovic with 13 were high-
scorers for Chile. For Panam
Andamio Arosemena with 13 and
Eugenio Luzcando with 10 were
top men.
Other highlights yesterday
the US. beat Cuba 77-50 in bas-
ketball. Argentina 58. Brazil 47.
Baseball -United States 7, Co-
lombia 5 (12 innings).
Firemen Beat C.A.A.
lt-11 In Beer Loop
Firemen's Insurance started on
the comeback road Friday eve-
ning exploding against C.A.A. Af-
ter the dust had cleared the In-
UF8
rid
pitchers.
Pescod turned In a perfect day
it the plate with 4 for 4 while
cott scored four runs with his
fancy base running. Turner also
had a mighty night at the plate
! with 4 for 5.
C.A.A, collected ten hits and 11
I runs with Corsale continuing on
1 his merry way collecting 2 for 5.
The slow moving manager of the
Insurancemen hit one so far even
1 he could walk around for the
only home run of the game.
Everyone i.< Invited to these
![ames. Some on out, lots of fun,
ots of beer.
Linescore:
C.A.A. 040 300 311 10 5
Firemen's 213 443 X18 17 4
United States in the last match.
The match was decisive as both
the United States and Argentina
had won three and lost one ln
the final round ln which four
other countries competed.
In the last match Argentina
won eight encounters with 27
points ln Its favor, 22 against.
age to lead the raoe for batting
honors. His manager-teammate
Louis Walker Is runner-up, hit-
ting .448.
Department leaders of the first
half are as follows:
Leading hitter, Wiley (AA)
470.
Most times at bat, Brewster
(AA)li.
Most runs scored, Peterkin
'PBC1-J4.
Most hits. Wiley (AA)-16.
Most singles, Walker (AA)12.
Most doubles, Wiley (AAi8.
Most triples, Brownie (PRO
2.
Most home runs, Joseph (AA),
Parrls (PRO 3 .
Most Sacrifice Hits, Holnesj.
Walker (AA>. Weeks (PRO2.
Most stolen bgses, Walker (AA),
Daniels 'AA' -3.
Most base on balls, Roberts
1FRC1.
Most runs batted In, Brath-
walte (Hi12.
Most strikeouts, Rollocks (A8),
Jones (Hi8.
Best Won-Lost average, Lynch
(PRfi 3-0. Parris (AAi 2-0.
Best egrned run average, Lynch
4PRO 0.89 n 23 2-3 innings.
'SWAf
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Argentina won the team com- I
petition ln fencing defeating the j
I
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WITH AN
BATTERY
YOU GIT
EXTRA C8ANKING POWER
ilors. . I AI: I1 \ & riA.. S. A. Justo
THE LONG-LIFE BATTERY?
EPENOmt lATTERIES fO 81 YUISI
Arosemena Ave. and JStb St.. Panama. R. ol P.
CANADIAN WHISKY

l$Htr*0S
Teams
Suavel. .
El Rancho-
Tahiti . .
Mauricio. .
Casa Mike.
El Plnlcho.
83
63
43
63
63
30
26
25
37
38
41
40498
Interclub Battling
Swings To Brazos
The Standings
o
At Davis At Summit
Summit Hills ............... 20'2
Panama .................... 20 20'
Amador .................... 10
Brazos Brook ............... ' 2
fort Davis ..........'..... ------ IVi
20'
Total
20>2
40>2
32
19
3V4
K. Fllebark
M Wilson
SUAVEL
. 124 159
13 148
180 443
149 390
L.Cunningham 12? 177 137- 436
1.
L. Merrill
Handicap
165 180 216 -
81 81 81-
&
Ave.
284
20 i-i
18'*
V4
3'.,
The third round of the 1951, lights out of Davis.
Peterson Inter-Club Golf Match- This meeting between Amador
es will be held tomorrow after- and Summit could tell the whole
noon at the Brazos Brook Coun- tale of the 1861 battle for honors
try Club on the,Atlantic side.
The pre-tournament favorites
from Panam are almost oertaln
to take the lead for the first time
because Summit must win by a
!;ood margin to stay within strik-
ng distance of Panama.
Brazos, of course, will be sit-
when they oppose the weak Fort ting dut the matches but they
Totals.....588 746 7422073
TAHITI
M. Hildreth. 153 160 134 447
N. Rlley. ... 185 106 135 398
W. Lavers ... 101 111 101 313
A. Cooley ... 179 176 156 110
Handicap ... 106 106 108 318
Totals
894 59 8311984
BE PINOCHO
M Fessler. . 128 lo U8 363
M- Barzal. . 87 99 120 308
N. Johnson . 103 93 93 289
R. Schmidt . 183 145 164 472
Handicap ... 130 130 ISO 390
Dgvls contingent.
Led by such stalwarts as John-
ny MacMurray, Jaime de la Guar-
dia. Anibal Macarrn and Herb
Mitten. Panam should encounter
little difficulty ln boosting their
average score way up. and In fact
they stand a better than fair
chance of sweeping the 30 points
on the match.
The real battle of the day will
be between Summit Hills, the
present leaders and Fort Amador,
Summit's arch-rival.
Summit took the lead on open-
ing day when they upset Brazos
over the Fort Davis lavout and
last week they were Idle while
Amador was walloping the day-
will get back Into action next
week over at Fort Amador where
they will tangle with Davis while
Summit and Panam will lock
horns in the all-important meet-
ing of the tourney.
Lineups have not been an-
nounced for tomorrow's matchea
but they are expected to be more-
or-less the same as teed off the
past two weeks.___________
PONY PROFESSORS
Austin, Tex. (NEA) Texas
star George 8callng learned much
about basketball defense watch-
ing the footwork of cutting
horses rounding up oattle on hia
father's ranch.
Totals.....608 587 6251820
MAURICIO
V. Vlckers 110 125 198 431
Burrell. 188 142 128 8
Blind
&lind..... 91 91
andicap ... 130 ISO 130
16348
91- 273
380
Totals.....635 804 6811900
IL RANCHO
Schoch. 124 135 141 400
138 127 113 378
126...... 126
... 107 100 207
162 158 178 498
95 111 111 |17
A
M. Hicks
?. Minor
Halloran
A- Petito .
Handicap .
Totals.....645 638 6431926
CASA MIKE
R Daniel ... 140 131 111 482
E Frankel . 116 121 117 394
G Muller. . 137 118 116 370
W. Faaiett . 148 152 149- 449
Handicap ... 117 117 117 361
Totals.....658 639 7192016

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^Mllaviiic S^oci$ti
&. /. (JUm Z)Mfh, (mm 3J8
plUII entertained with a coeM and buffet supper party at
the niinea acton Wednesday tyenjni tq hid' farewell te
Mis jTe7 Sellers, wh )* been serrn* aa ehlef nuna far
the hospital.
at weak tq assuipt
.e affair and Intro-
ducedTo*h"er new a|sscTkteY. Alsf welobm*d ? *hP &_"_*?.
*|n*M#a*d!!e*SS'. wSKpS 'ft
ducd to her new a,asocUtes. Also weloorna Jo the staff w*
Sum Dotoihv Payne, ferwerty of the staff of Ooraa Yospital,
who has reentered the service.
CaDtoln A- C. Smith. District i August Campbell and Pr. R. R.
MwflcaT Officer from the Hayal i Arnold.
Station at Balboa, and Mrs. SrnltnJ -
were present with tht mpmtfrs Weekly Bridge Garoea
o the hospital staff. Mrs- Thomas M. Urner was
Miss Sellers la due to leave by hostess for the WMklv meeting
plane nex' Tuesday. She will go of the ladles of foe 78h All
fo Memphis. Tennessee, and her Battalion at the Fort Dgvls Of fi-
nest tour of duty will be at the j cera' Club for an anoon of
Naval Hospital in that city.
Bon Voyage Dinner Party
H.B.M- Consul at Coluii. and
Mrs. Raymond Klrwin entertain-
ed with a dinner partv Thursday
evening honoring Mrs. Brooks An-
derson, who sailed for the States
Trie other dinner guests were
Major Anderson. Major and Mrs., _
gollis Preiss, Mr. and Mrs. John Piccirllli. Mrs. A. E. Hill. Mrs.
ernlck. I Qeorge W. Kennedy. Mrs H E.
Mrs. Anderson and her dauh- I Green, and Mrs. John T. Dona-
ter. Cheryl of Fort Gullck. sailed hue.
...ata^oU frtr a mrmth'u uieit. with __-___.
bridge.
The prize winners were: Mrs
George Poole, Jr., Mrs. W- D. Bail-
ey, Mrs. William Lindstrom, who
won the hundred honor prize and
Mrs. B. K. Ogan who reoelved the
traveling deuce prize.
The other ladles playing were:
Mrs. J. H. Wlggs. Mrs. James
Scarborough. Mrs. Walter 8kele-
teltlB. Mrs. Robert Carroll. Mrs.
Henry Hart wig. Mrs. Albert A.
yesterday for a month's vlait with
relatives in Utica. New York.
Mr Kelter to Reside
In Washington
Mr. Louis Keller, who recently
retired from employment witn
the Gatun Locks, where he had
served as Assistant Mechanical
Supervisor, sailed yesterday to
make his home In Washington,
Before h|s departure he was the
uest of his son and daugnter-
n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Kel-
ler of Margprita. Sr-fnrda" eve-
ning they celebrated his depar-
ture and Mr. Norbert Keller's
birthday anniversary.
Ron Voyage Supper Party
Mrs. E. C. Stevens was hostess
for a bon voyage supper partv
lgst evening at her home In the
?lvlera^ part.men& rW^S : ,'>broar"Biftdw7,;"The"pro-!
Mr and Mrs Alan M-Dodd and; ned witn the fig C(jre. \
their daughter, Pamela, before ^0,jy after wnlcn tne 0ubg siin(t
their departure. | -we're Glad to See You Here" to
Her other guests were Mr. and thelr parent ^A frlenda.
Mrs. Russell Johns and Chloe
Ann, of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs. Les-
Mn. LleingstonAt Dome
Mrs. Curtis P. Livingston has
returned to her home at Fort Gu-
llck. after having been a patient
In the Coco 'Solo Naval Hospital.
I.A.W.C Board Meeting
The Board of the Inter-Ameri-
can women's Club will meet at
the Club Monday at 3:30 p.m. The
SBneral Assembly will be held
arch 12.
Cub Pack 8 Meeting
Cub Pack I, of New Cristobal
held their regular monthly meet-
ing at the Roy Scout Shack in
New Cristobal with Mr. A. L. Liv-
ingston, as cubmaster. and Com-
mander Irving Frankel as aesis-
tant cubmaster.
The theme for the evening was
displayed and used aa props ap-
propriate articles they fiad made.
Den 1 hd the honor of having
the largest parent attendance.
nttrt^im | Amerl-
can Legion Auxiliary presented a
well-pinned program on Amer-
icanism before a large gathering
of members of the American Le-
gion and Auxiliaries from the At-
lantic side.
Lawrence Elwell and Wayne
Bath carried the colors for the
Advance of Colors which opened
the program, following which
r Helen McCarty led In the
edge of allegiance, and Mra.
iry Engelke, Department chap-
opened with the Invocation.
_ si Rita Howasd sang the Na-
tional Anthem accompanied by
Miss Anna Fisher at the piano
and Victor fisher, violinist.
Mr. C. R. MacVittle, past De-
partment Commander gave the
address of the evening. His topic
was Amerlcaniam versus Commu-
nism.
Two reels of color sound films
"The Flag Speaks" and "Ameri-
ca the Beautiful" were shown,
through the courtesy of the U. S.
Army Caribbean.
The program was directed by
Mrs. Clara Nelson, Unit Ameri-
canism Chairman, assisted by
Mrs. Helen McCarty.
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the program.
Cookout at Gatun
Miss Mary Patton, Girl Scout
Executive, directed the cookout
at Gatun Wednesday which inau-
gurated a five weeks' course in
Scouting for Leaders.
The leaders who were present
were: Mrs. Dlxon Daniels and
Mrs. SamMauldin of Gatun. Mrs.
Milo Gardner, Mrs. James Scar-
borough, Mrs. William Lindstrom
and Mrs. H. F. Green, of Fort Da-
vis, Mrs. P. A. Voht of Fort Gu-
llck and Mrs. William Clute and
Mrs. Harry Seaman of Cristobal.
leigh Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
D. Estes. Miss Dora Hardy, Mr.
Elmo Champagne, and Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. F. McClelland, Mr. and Mrs.
(let Pioinpl Rflict hum
ITCH
Uii Hospital-tuted Cutlcura
Eczema? Scabies? Enjoy
prompt relief from irrita-
tion with Cuticura Oint-
ment Often recommended
by doctors. For best resulta
use with Cuticura Soap.
CUTICURA SK5.
The following awards were pre-
sented: David Fahfe received the
one-year service badge. Bobby
Hanna received the Wolf Badge.
Mas Hanna and Freddie Dear re-
ceived the Bear Badge and Eddie
Pabon and Frankle McGulnness
the Lion Badge.
The honorary grand-dad of
Den 2, Mr. William Harral. was
introduced. Mr. Harral Is the
grandfather of Skipper Freeman,
and has been working with the
Cubs while visiting on the Isth-
mus.
The three dens presented aklta
in keeping with the theme. Den 1
presented a Valentine Skit: Den ;
2 gave three scenes from the Life
of George Washington: (1) cut-
ting down the Cherry Tree; (2)
Betsy Ross making the flag; (3)
Washington crossing the Dela-
ware. Den 3 gave a skit from A-
braham Lincoln's youth, and also
Brownie Meeting
Brownie Troop 36 of Cristobal
met at the Scout Shack for their
regular meeting with Mrs. Nor-
man Devisan, assistant leader in
charge. The girls spent the after-
noon making cards for their
leader, Mrs. R. E. Cox, who Is in
Gorgas Hospital.
They had displayed a table-
cloth sent from a troop In New
York which contained the names
of all thp glr's In the New York
Troop. It had been sent to Troop
32 for Thinking Day. This Is a
dgy set aside to think of other
troops.
Troop 32 visited Troop 38 for
fiart of the meeting, with their
eader, Mrs. W. T. Ooropton. Thev
learned two ne wsongs during the
afternoon.
Income Tix Man
To Advise Atlantic
Slders on Monday
Arrangements have beep made
whereby on next Monday evening
(just ten days before tne dead-
line) one of the Internal Reve-
nues representatives has agreed
to be at the Cristobal nigh
School, between 7 and 8 p.m. (and
no longer i for the purpose of as-
sisting In smoothing out perplex-
ing problems or interpreting ap-
plication ot the laws or rulings in
connection therewith.
This arrangement has been
made possible through the ef-
forts oi community minded per-
sons desirous of relieving the
pressure of work falling upon tha
Income Representative as well as
affording timely assistance to tnp
members of^he Atlantic Com-
munity who nave not as yet com-
pleted their returns.
Interested parties should bring
pen (or pencil i, scratoh pad or
Siaper and be prepared to fill out
heir returns in accordance with
their own problems. There will
be sample make-ups outlined on
the black-board of the three
principle returns prevalent to the
local employe, with explanations
in connection With each.
This should be sufficient for
the majority In making up t\lg or
her return, however, should uny
individual be faced with some un-
certain factor, by raising the
hand ischool-day fashion' Mr.
Phillips will come to his desk and
interpret the case.
It is hoped that all Atlantic
Slders who have pot already
completed their returns will take
advantage of this opportunity re-,
membering that you should sub-
mit your return by March 15,
With interest on the tax due ac-
cumulating after that date with
June 15 the final date for iuM
settlement.
m
Sal Heptica and
The Smile of Health!
Marine Pictures
At (atun Tonight
The first Saturday evening
moving pictures, for many
months will be shown at the Ga-
tun Clubhouse today at 3:00 p.m.
The community has been re-
quested to make use of their
clubhouse if it wishes to retain
the show.
A GlfT FOR YOU
THE SCOn SPOON
Made of Durable Plastic
in Beautiful Colors

THeSE
' BH6HT SFOONS
so via wv uses
NO EXTRA COSTI Ask for the
large Scott's Emulsion package
containing a beautiful tablespoon.
Obtainable in six attractive colors.
Then give your family (bis scien-
tific, vitamin-rich food-tonic every
day, as many doctors recommend.
You'll soon have a stronger and
healthier family.
r^SCOTTS EMULSION
HtQH SNCRGV FOOD TONIC
SI. Peter's Lists
Services for Fourth
Sunday in Lent
Designated as refreshm e n t
Sunday, tomorrow, the fourth
Sunday in Lent, will mark a re-
laxation in the strict observance
of the season.
At St. Peter's church. La Boca,
there will be holy communion 6
a.m., to be followed with sung i?u-
charlst at 7. Morning prayer and
church school are listed for 10
a.m., also evensong and sermon
7:90 p.m.
It was announced to the con-
gregation by Rev. Lemuel B.
Shirley that the director of tne
overseaa department. Naliaoal
Council, ot the Episcopal church
will speak at St. Peter's on Mon-
day night before Easter.
The support of the parish Is so-
licited towards a May fete which
will be sponsored by the Parish
Welfare Council. 81x little boys
and six girls have been selected
to compete in a voting contest
for the election of a king and a
queen to reign over the fete.
Salad's New Dressing
MILWAUKEE, (UP) The
George Diamond restaurant in
the Republican hotel here has
changed the name of the salad
dressing because customers made
too many comments on the old
name. The old name"Russian
sflad dressing.'' The new"cream
dressing."
Cookie-Man Runs
Away to Miami After
losing $50 on Route
MIAMI BEACH. Pla.. March 3
(UP)A 27-year-old salesman
Who fled his Jersey City, N. J
home said todav he ran away be-
cause he was "practically crazv"
after losing 950 collected on his
cookie route.
Christopher Hart w&s freed of
technical and vagrancy chare*
In municipal court today after
surrendering to police here. He
,was dismissed after authorities
found he had no criminal record
and learned that his company re-
fused tp prefer charges.
Hart said he fled from his route
at Union, N.J., after losing "about
$50" which he had collected from
IS deliveries. H|s employer, the
National Biscuit Co., reported
that $150 was missing.
"I didn't steal the money." Hart
said. "I went Into a diner and
when I came out it was gone.
"J was practically cragy and I
ran away on the spur of fhe mo-
ment. I figured I would get fired
nvway If I reported the loss."
Hart said he realized he had
"done my wife wrong" but that
he hopes she still loves him.
Hart said he abandoned the
cookie truck In Philadelphia and
hitch-hiked here, "not because J
like the sunshine."
"I Just had to get away." he
sgld. "I'm deeply in debt any-
way."
Hart has taken a Job in a serv-
ice station here but said he did-
n't plan to stay long.
"I want to See If my wife will
ever take me back. After saving a
little money, \ want to go some-
where else and start over. This
Sn't any place to raise a faml-
."
Hart, who has one child, add-
ed, "i just want my wife to know
that I love her and wish I could
see her."
PIG GETS TOUGH
CARTAGENA, Spain (UP) A
Ig which didn't like the Idea of
elng taken to the market sent
lines Cavas to a hosDltal minus
a hand. Cavas, riding In back of a
truck with the pig. stuck his hanq
Into the animal's crate to calm
him. "He bit like a lion," Cavaa
told doctors.
WEDNESDAY
7th
The GRAND OPENING
of the New
TROPICAL
THEATER
at 8:30 p.m.
Panama L,anal (^ubhouses
Showing Tonight
Air Conditioned
4:15 6:30 8:45
BALBOA
Torpedo-Packed and Terrific
John Wayne
Operation Pacific
specially
packed tin!
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Yvonne (If CARLO Richard OREENI
"THE DESERT HAWK"
Sunday "TO ri.IASl A LADY"
DIABLO HTS.
6:15 a :
Errol FLYNN o Patrice WYMORE
"ROCKY MOUNTAIN"
Sunday "A WOMAN OF DISTINCTION"
COCOL!
M a l:M
William 1IOLDEN Coleen GRAY
"FATHER IS A BACHELOR'
Sunday "THE BREAKING POINT"
PEDRO MIGUEL
Al Playahed!
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Lee TRACY Nancy KELLY
"BETRAYAL OF THE EAST"
GAMBOA
S:lt a.
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Ricardo MONTALBAN m Sally FOREST
"MYSTERY STREET"
Sunday : FATHER IS A BACHELOR"
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Ruth ROMAN Dane CLARK
"BARRICADE"
Sunday "ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUOHTNG"
MARGARITA
sue a si
Milton BERLE Virginia MAYO
'Always Leave Them Laughing
Sunday ROCKY MOUNTAIN*
CRISTOBAL
lr-ndlii.,na
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'I'd Climb The Highest Mountain'
AUo Showing Sunday A Monday!
General Motors
Announces Huge
Defense Orders
DETROIT,Mar 3. (UP) Gen-
eral Motors has announced re-
ceiving more than W.OQO.OOO.QOO
worth of defense orders a
fourth of the entire volume of
military goods it turned out diir*
in". World War II. General Mo-
tors, the world's biggest car and
truck maker, was top producer cf
equipment for the armed forces
from before Pearl Harbor to VJ
day.
President C. B, Wilson and
board chairman Alfred P. Sloan
outlined General Motors' part of
the national defense program In
a preliminary statement In ad-
vance of the forthcoming J950
annual reDort.
They pointed out that most of
the projects included In the huge
overall figure are still in the 111:1,-
:ng uD or "make ready" stage.
The $3,000,000.000 was n6t an es
Unate of what could be attained
this year.
NOW
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_____STARTS AT 1.00 P. M._____
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Robert Young, in "ELLEN" with Betsy Drake
TONIGHT AT 11 P.M. (MIDNITE SHOW)
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A blJe of cuni..
A blj; of fury .
A blare of love...
A.glow with ro-
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A tense adventure let
In aun -drenched
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FOR REAL
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Starring:
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Tomorrow 10 a.m. Sunday Children's Matinee!
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DOWN THE STREET FROM THE HOTEL TIVOLI
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
^PO* SALI:
'""l4l PONTIAC TUOOH SWAN.
Lijht Hut c.l with radio
$1.230.00
SMOOT PAREDtS. $. A.
hick Clwvfrsi Piitrlaiitora
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontioc "3"
Chieftam 4-door sedan with Hy-
dramatc. radio and heater, excel-
lent condition. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
328 or 88-374.
POR SALI:
1946 PONTIAC FOP.DOR SiDAN
lack Cotar with Nyteri $~t Cevn
$935.00
SMOOT & PAREDES S. A.
Uick & Chtvralet Diitribur.n
I-
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet con-
vertible, wijh radio, --n be finance,
price $1,500. for your informotion
see Frank Alemn, Srroot y Pare-
des or coll Tel. 2-0600.__________
FOR SALE:
1947 PONTIAC FORDOR $IDAN
lack celar with seat caven
$1.055.00
SMOOT & PARIOES, S. A.
Buick & Chevrolet Diitributon
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, duty poid. Excellent condi-
j.on. Tel. 3-2387 Direction. Cuba
! Ave. No. 38. Apt. 2.__________
for sali^T"
1946 pontiac fordor sidan
Heck Caler with Nylan Seat Covert
and Radia
$960.00
$MOOT PARIDIS. S. A.
LViick 6- Chevrolet Diitrrhutart ^
OR SALE:1946 Buick Super, 4
door sedon. rocho. heater, food
condition. Reasonable. Finance con
be arronged. House 5338. Diablo
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet coach
B 280.00. I st of Golf Clubs,
B.40.00. Tel. 2-3476. Balboa.
FOR SAL!:
147 PONTIAC TUDOR SIDAN.
Bray calar with radia and Mat caven.
$1.040.00
SMOOT PARID**." S. A.
IViick Chevrolet Distribute**
.
FOR SALE
Real F.slate
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALEHigh Fidelity Long Ploy-
ing Records. London. Concert-Hall,
Columbia. Polydor. etc. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street 6-A. Phone 3-
1029.
BOXER PUP. 6 month old. States
Bred, champion sixed, result of
three generations of planned breed-
ing, worth thousand dollars. Must
sell $250.00. Albrook 3142.
FOR SALE:HAM rodio transmitter
250 watts one 813 final PAIR
811 modulator. Very fine condi-
tion, phone 2-0214 or 3-3374,
, Panoma.
FOR SALE:Record Player 25 cycle,
Thayer stroller, ploy pen and fold-
ing sofety gates. Call Balboa 3167.
Meat slicer 110 volts 60 cycle $40.
00: 3 Hp single PH.. 25 cycle mo-
tor $75.00; lawn sprinklers $1.50:
24" papercutter $10.00; Block-
hawk Hydroulic jacks ond frome
straightening equipment. 1445-A
Owen 2-3630.
rOR SALE:New Academy Filmo-
sound projector 16 mm. Also Ze-
nith radio gramophone console.
Phone: 3-0701. Panama.
FOR SALE:Two small metal desks
in perfect condition. Call Tel. 2-
2086.
FOR SALELight aeroplane, Cessna,
model 140. oeromotic propeller.
Total hours flown 350 of which 30
hours cfler top overhaul. New
windshield, tires and battery in
perfect flying condition. Owner
selling becouse of buying new
Cessna, model I 70. Write or tele-
phone lo Actividades Aereas, Pai-
tilla Airport. Panoma.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Refrigerator. 9 foot
Wesctinghouse, perfect condition.
524-D. Cocoli. Phone 2-1031.
FOR SALE:One cedor chest. Tele-
phone. Panama 2-3067.
FOR SALE: 2 single innerspring
mattresses, reasonable. 1511 -A,
Akee. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Bedroom set. twin beds.
like new. No, 56 Mexico Avenue.
FOR SALE: 7 cu. ft. 2? cycle,
Westinghouse Refrigerator, like
new. 2 years 8 months guarantee
left. 25 or 60 Cycle G. E. table
radio. 25 cycle kitchen clock.
House 476-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALEBar with sink, bcass rail,
back place' and shelves, six stools.
* *"' Make on offer. Drop leaf toble $3-
C0 Mahogany and mirror, coffee
toble. $15.00, 2 pr., end tobies
$8.00, $4.00. Wolnut buffet S23.
Si'vertone radio phonogroph $75.-
* 00. House 171-B Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:El Voile. 4.0C0 meters,
2 loH cheap. J. C. Stone, Box 271.
Ancon.
' FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 Ft. Shorpie out-
boord auxiliary sloop, $300.00.
Complete with 7.2 Hd.P. Martin
meior. Cristobal 3-1361.
:OR SALE:__Swop Nash marine en-
gine. 90 horse power, needs work
On it. for rugs, drapes, etc. 2018-
D. Curundu, Tel. 83-6252.
Wanted Position
POSiTION WANTEC: Bookkeeper
with knowledge of accounting,
shorthand, typing, filing, etc., de-
tires position. Bilingual. PAL, Box
3124. Panama.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTEDSecond- hand theatre arm-
chain. Call Martines, Panama-
Americen Tel. 2-0740.
fonadicn family require cholet three
, .bedrooms, study, garden, garage.
preferably Bello Visto, Golf Hgts..
etc. Tel. 3-2492.
WANTED Sofa-bed in good con-
dition. Twin beds. Call 2-1723.
WANTED TO RENT: Vacotion
Quarters, 12 or 4 family. Balboa
-r Diablo, beginning about April
. ltt. Young Couole. No children or
ti. Coll 4-565.
WANTED:An American diplomatic
t fomily, want cool unfurnished
house with three bedroomt. garden.
J two-cor garage preferred. Write
J-totel Tivoli, room 256.
%JMNTEDBtamboo choirs and small
tablet, typewriter, sewing machine,
-Box 405, Bolboo, C. Z.

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FOR SALE:3 piece sectional furni-
ture overstuffed (wine color); I
overstuffed large choir 'blue1; 1
9 x 12 rug and mat; 5 throw
rugs, wool; 3 end tables; 2 table
lamps; 1 coffee table solid maho-
gany top. Brought from States 6
months ago $400.00 for lot.
Moy be seen Qtrs. 422 Corozal,
Tel. No. Corozal 3139.
FOR SALE: Or traoe 60 cycle
West,nghouse refrigerator, 2 year;
old. 55 pounds, freezing comport-
ment, one muskrat fur coot. 507-
B. Cocoli.
FOR SALE:~j wicker choirs, maho-
gany desk; mahogany Chin cobi-
net, porce leaf table, 2 oxmms-
ter rugs 9x12, day-bed with pil-
lows, outboard motor end fichinc?
equ.pment. Phone 3-1316 house
139 New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:Frigidoire refrigerator,
7 cu. ft. 25 cycle, 14 months old.
Sell for $150.00 or best offer by
March 7. Call 3-2585, write Cris-
tobal, Box 1523. or see ot 207,
Colon beach, onytime except Sun-
day.
rOR SALE: Biltrite ttroller. extra
largo, brought from States. Piione
any time Balboa 2-2717.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, porcelain inside and
out, $75.00. Lorge wardrobe trunk.
$25.00. Phone 2-1891 between I
ond 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 25 cycle. 9 cubic feet, oil
porcelain. Excellent condition, 1 524
A, Gaviln Road. Balboa; tele-
phone Balboa 2567.
'OR SALE: Diningroom set, table,
buffet, four choirs. Calle 50 No.
23, Apto. 8.
FOR SALE:-Pilot radio. $25.00. 2-
1548. 766-D, Barnobey St.
FOR SALE:Apex washing machine,
wringer. $25; Chiffonier with mir-
ror. $10; Double bed, maple, coil
spring, mattrets, $30. Call 2-1723
between 2-6 Sunday.
FOR SALE:Kelvinator all porcelain
open unit refrigerator, 25 Cycle,
running $65. House 300 Pedro Mi-
guel, phone 4-323.
FOR SALE:Open bookcase with six
shelves, upholstered walnut arm-
chair, floor lamp, percolator, from-
ed tapestries, pictures, tables
dressing, bedside wicker choirs.
I" galvanized pipe 30', old ice-
box cobinet. Westinghouse electric
range, potted plants, picks. 793-
B Tovernillo St., Balboa. Tel. 2-
1855.
* CIV A, S. A.
*w Cadillac Pontiae Dealer
PANAMA COLON
FOR SALE:Bedroom, diningroom &
baby furntiure, phone 2-3435.
House 561 1-D. Dioblo Hgts.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1949 Indian verticol
twin overhead, like new. with
chrome occessories $595. 501-D,
Cocoli, 4-6.
TOR SALE1947 Horley Davidson
motorcycle. 74 H. P. A-1 cond
ton. P'enty extra*. 'P"ce $400
r.'if i R-do S -ton, Novy 121,
Box 70. Phone a/61.
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phono
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
William Santa Clara Beoch Cottage
Two bedrooms, electr.c refrigera-
tion. Rocngo range*. Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Phillip. Beech cottages, Santa Claro
Bo* number 435. Balboa. Phone
Pwicno 3-1877 ar Oiotoboi 3-
167?
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
rOR RE"NTApartment one bedroom,
service, porch ond kitchen. In-
formation coll personally to Mer-
cado Modelo. Justo Arosemeno
Ave. ond 29 Street Eost. Do not
coll by phone.
FOR RENT:Best furnished, small
opartment, value in town. All con-
veniences. Paitilla Airport Rood,
No. 121.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartment
upper floor: livingroom, dining-
room, balcony $75.00. No. 23,
Apt. I, 48th Street.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
privte entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
OR RENT.Large completely fur-
nished apartments in residential
sections, telephone included. Call
Ponoma 3-3268,morning or even-
ing only.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
modern apartment, with telephone.
Available Morch 20th for two
months. Maid services if desired.
38th St. No. 9, Apt. No, 2.
."OR RENT:Two bedroom duplex
oportment, completely furnished
including Chino and silver. Com-
fortable and convenient. Telephone
No. 3-3430.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
modern opartment for 3 months
and o room. Juan B. Sosa St. El
Sol B Apt. 3, opposite Roosevelt
Hotel.
OR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
aportment, in newly constructed
building, for further detoils coll
Mndez & Zubieto. Phone 2-3035.
Alhombro apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished apartments. Con-
tact office No. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Colon
FOR RENTFurnished apartment for
2 bachelors; 1 large bedroom,
both, electric Frigidoire Bella Vis-
ta. Near busstop, $50.00. Tel
3-1648. _^___^_
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:--Best locoted furnished
room in Bella Vista, with mod"/'
comforts. Electric refrigerator. No.
13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
balcony, refrigerator, kitchen if
desired, responsible married couple
or single person. 9th. St. No. 12,
No. 4, upstairs.
LOST & FOUND
FOUND:Brown female dog, black
muzz'e. Collie type, more or less.
422 Porto Bello Street. Ancon.
LOST: Gold tie clasp, engraved
"D." Reward. Call Dode, Bplboo
2870.
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC ..................
IXCUP^ION TRIP TO IUR0PI
60 days Visit Portugal and Spoin
(including the Seville Fair April
15 France, Switzeland, Italy, and
England.
Panoma Tours hos orgonized a won-
derful excursion to Europe, leaving
Tocumen March 31" by luxurious
BOAC 4-Engine CON. i ELLATION to
Lisbon. returning to Panoma May
29th from London.
All expenses paid, including first
class hotel! (three meals per doy)
excursons with special guides during
entire trip.
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE
IMMEDIATELY
PANAMA TOURS
I 8 Tivoli Avenue
Tel. 2-2006
LESSONS
LESSONS:Ballroom doncing classes.
Cristobal YMCA Friday March 9th.
Teen ogers, 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Groupe, 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Enroll
ot Desk. Harnett & Dunn.
If you lack poise, grace, confidence
ond self assurance, contact us.
274 3105 or Balboo "Y" Hornet!
& Dunn.
PIANO PLAYING TAUGHT. Ropid
system. Beginners or odvonced
students. classical or popular.
Bennett's Piano Studio No. 9 Juon
B. Sosa Street. Telephone 2-1282.
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordiol wel-
come ond a profitable hour will be
yours ot the "Couple's Closs" of
the First Baptist Church in Balboo
H-ights. 9:30 each Sunday morn-
i.tg.
Position Offered
'MTEO:Fir$l closs licensed Ame-
b*r. y oD*rolor, Pbon Bal
boo 2959 or 2t
Help Wanted
WANTEDGirl, good English speak-
ing, with, references, for general
housework ond care of a child. Ap-
ply Behsano Porras 168, Apt. 2.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We wish to extend our thanks
to the Weather Bureau for
their fine cooperation in wa-
tering local lawns during the
delay in arrival ut our
Lawn Sprinklers
Now that we have a large
assortment, at all prices, they
may let the dry season begin.
Geo. F. Noveyf Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Army, Navy & Air Force News
lumtR
OftU
BUILDING
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Joan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
SLIPCOVERS
Custom-mad* for living-room
tu, Couch A Cushion
Let mo tljriire your material
nerdi r'ree Estimate
AI.BKRTO HERES Pn S-JIJI
am to 7 .m
JUDITH ANN BEAUCHAMP. nine, daughter of Chief Boat-
swains Mate Merile J. Beaucbamp, receives the first contri-
bution in the Navy's current Red Cross Drive from Bear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bledsoe, Commandant of the 15th Naval
District.
(U. S. Navy photo)
Major Staff-Assistant Shifts
Are Announced By USACARIB
Our MIRRORS decorate
The "PANAMA HOTEL"
DIABLO MIRROR FACTORY
No. 4, 16 East St. Tel. 2-2600
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
Out of Stock.
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
Col. E. H. Burger, former OI
(Assistant Chief of Staff for Per-
sonnel!, U.S. Army Caribbean,
has been assigned to the Office of
the Comptroller of the Army In
Washington, It was announced
thb week.
Colonel Burger's former assign-
ment as OI, USARCARIB. Is be-
lns filled by Col. Lawton Butler,
formerly Adjutant General (f
the organization. Col, Kennei.'i
P. Jones has reDlaced Colonel
Butler In the latter assignment.
Col. S. F. Grlswold. formerly
Inspector General. USARCAP.1B,
has recently been assigned as G4
(Assistant Chief of Staff for Sup-
ply), replacing Col. PH. Brown.
Jr. Lt. Col. Foster H. Wevand re-
mains Acting Inspector GenP':i!.
In another recent major shift
In the command. Lt. Col. William
H. Bach has been transler.-ed
from the G4 section to command
of the 504th Field Artillery Bat-
talion. Fort Kobbe. replacing Lt.
Col. Henry L. Miller, who moves
to G4.
The key personnel of the com-
mand's newly formed Disaster
Control Center has been estab-
lished as follows: Col. Ragnar K.
Johnson is Director of the Cen-
ter (as well as Commandant of
the Panama Area Damage Con-
trol School", with Lt. Col. John
P. Mlal as Executive, Plans. Op-
erations and Training and Maj.
George H. McBrlde as co-orilln-
ator of Personnel, Administration,
Intelligence and Supply. Colonel
Johnson is assisted by Maj. E. B.
Burden. USAF. and Lt. Comdr.
T. B. Stone as Assistant Com-
manders for Air Force and Navy,
respectively.
Retired Admiral Due
For Freshman Hazing
Rc\r Admiral Forrest A. Rhoads,
who retired last year after '.<4
years of service In the Navy, is
now due for hazingas a college
freshman.
He is enroUed at Bradley Uni-
versity In a four-year Jewelry
store management course which
Includes watchmaking, the Ad-
miral's hobby.
Freshman Rhoads entered the
Navy as an apprentice seaman in
1918 after his graduation from
Fullerton, Calif.. High School.
Education Counselor
Leaves for Ireland
Education Counselor John E.
Evans of the Fort Clayton Edu-
cation Center sailed yesterday
for Ireland to complete study for
his Doctor of Philosophy degree
at the University of Dublin.
During his 17-month tour In
the United States Army Cano-
bean. Evans has been Instrumen-
tal In the establishment of ine
present high level of scholastic
attainment in the area serviced
by the Clayton EDCENT, accord-
ing to Capt. A. M. George, 65tn
AAA Group Officer in Charge.
As education counselor, Mr.
Evans' responsibilities have in-
cluded the awakening of Interest
among the troops and their guid-
ance toward a goal of becoming
better citizens and better soldiers
by raising their educational le-
vels. A recent statistical. report
showed the following improve-
ments for 1950 in comparison with
1949.
vity 254=6
(bi Group study enrollment
rose from 48 to 828
(c) Group Study completions
rose from 0 to 345
(di Organized classes rost
from 3 to 42
Col. Sandford J. Goodman.
Commanding 65th AAA Group, in
a recent statement said of Ev-
ans. "In my opinion a large share
of the credit for the enormous In-
crease in education interest and
resultant promotions within the
65th Group should go to Mr. Ev-
ans for his devoted labors In
troop improvement through edu-
cation."
Mr. Evans spent 10 days in
Puerto Rico last year conferring
with officials at the University of
Puerto Rico as to the best meth-
od for teaching English to Puerto
Rlcan soldiers. As a result of this
conference and considerable td-
dltlonal research, a program of
English Instruction was lnstltu-!
ted at the center which has aid-
ed many Insular men to gain a
better command of English.
Signal Corps Has
88th Birthday;
Dental Corps 40th |
Today is the birthday of tha
U.8. Army's Signal Corps and of.
Its Dental Corps.
the Signal Corps, 88 years old.
traces its history to the "wigwag'
days of Its founder. General Al
bert J. Meyer, in 1883.
Owing to its present number cf
commitments and to exigencies
Involved in the transfer of re-
sponsibilities from the former
Service Operations organization,
the local celebration of Signal's
birthday has been postponed un-
til April 7.
The 40th year of the U.S. Ar-
my Dental Corps is the 34th year,
of Army service by CoL W. C.
Caldwell. Chief of the Dentil
Clinic at Clayton Hospital, wno
has spent his entire Army career
In the Corps. He arrived on tha
Isthmus in June, 1950.
The Dental Corps was author-
ized by Congress to be a part cf
the Army Medical Department en
March 3, 1911. Ten years, earlier,
however, Congress had passed a
law authorizing the Army to ap-
point 30 contract dental surgeons.
Seven of these surgeons are still
living-.
No formal observance of tav
Dental Corps' anniversary has
been announced locally.
RP Businessmen
Will Serve On
Red Cross Body
SHORTS
VENTED ANGER
SPRINGTOWN. Tex. (UP)
A young motorist's revenge
was sweet while it lasted. He
set fire to a telephone pole he
he had run Into, denting hi
car. He was arrested.
Bountiful Ocean
BOSTON, (UP i During the
past half century tha yield of the
New England fisheries has varied
from 400.000.000 pounds to nearly
700.000.000 pounds annually.
Many well-known buslnes
and residents of Panama hav
accepted the invitation of tiM
Red Cross to serve on the Pana-
ma Committee for the 1951 ReJ
Cross Fund Campaign, lt was an-
nounced today.
Following is a complete Hat of
the Panama Committee: Lonl
Gomez. Chairman; Felix Madu-
ro; Mrs. Benjamlh Chen; Mrs.,
David de Castro; Hal Sanders I
W. L. Simpson; G. W. LaRue;
Lei^h Cramer; Otto Hausmann:'
Rogelio Arosemena; 8 c o 11 a y
Moore; Oswald Maduro; Myron
Fisher; Vicente Pascual and Bub
Boyd.
All these commltteemen aia
authorized to solicit and collect;
funds from Panama contributors
to the Red Cross drive.
Two-In-One Planned
BATTLE-CREEK, Mich. (UP)
The Battle Creek city commis-
sion plans to build a $750.000
parking building which would
double as a bomb shelter.
La Boca Resident !
Dies In Ambulance
Victor Manuel Morales. 51. ot
La Boca, died last night en route
to Gorgas Hospital where be had
become ill suddenly. Death took.
Place at 11:06 p. m in an am-
bulance.
Morales was employed by tha
Sanitation Division and lived,
at 1032-B in La Boca.
1
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mm&
AVI
by
VACATIONING IN THE HIGHLANDS
OF BOqUKTE
Alt. 38N ft.
At Hiit. Including J meol*. from:
Dally: % 8.M and up
Weekly S50 OS and up
Special ralea lor famlllea and lon|c>
laya.
Tor reaerrallont: wrllo. phono or
lelegraph
HOTEL PANAMONTE. Boquete
or tee your travel arent.
US Challenges
Russia to Census
Ot Men Under Arms
LAKE SUCCESS.Mar. 3 (UP)
The United States said today.
that if Russia wants to prove the
charge that the Western Powers
have twice as many men under |
arms as the Soviet Union the
United States is willing to agree
to a United Nations census of the
world's armed might Immediate-
ly.
Since 1948 the governments of
France. Britain and the United
States have been urging adoption
of a proposal to take such a cen-
sus, with verification of conven-
tional armaments tnd armed
forces as a first step In the de-
velopment of a program for the
reduction and regulation of arm-
ed forces.
Only the Soviet Union has op-
posed this.
Truman's 3-Week
Key West Vacation
Is Work And Play
KEY WEST. Fia.. Mar. J,
(I'P) President Harry Tru-
man arrived here aboard his
private* plane, the Indepen-
dence yesterday to begin 4
three-week "work and play"
vacation.
Air Force Goes Fancy
FLINT. Mich. (UP) The U.S.
Air Force is buying automobiles
to match its new light blue iml-
i ins Li Ick has shipped 250
:ars. painted Stralo Blue Duo,"
.o A* Duses across the country.
SEVEN GREAT DAYS OF OPPORTUNITY
CITY WIDE EVANGELISTIC
CAMPAIGN
Sponsored by Churches of the Pacific Side and the Latin '
America Mission, of San Jose, Costa Rica
REV. WILLIAM L. THOMPSON
-Campaign Director.
REV. EPHRAIM ALPHONSE
, Linguist, Translator, Missionary, Evangelist
MRS. WILLIAM L. THOMPSON
Pianist
SPECIAL MUSIC
FEATURING COMBINED CHOIRS OF THE PACIFIC SIDE
SUNDAY March
MONDAY M 5
TUESDAY * 6
WEDNESDAY 7
THURSDAY ' 8
FRIDAY 9
SATURDAY M 10
-La Boca School Grounds
-Weisli van Church, Panama
-Pacific Clubhouse, Ancon
-La Boca Theatre
-Pacific Clubhouse
-Paraso Gymnasium
-Pacific Clubhouse
I
4:00 p.m
7:30 p.m
7:30 p.m
7:30 p.m
7:30 p.m
7:30 p.m
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Spain-US Links Reach
Many Aspects Of Life
* BARRY W. FRANTZ
United Prssi Staff Correspondent
WA8H1NOTON. March 3 (UP-Resumption of full diplomatic
relations betwetn the United States and Spain will encourage a
renaissance of cultural ties between the two countries and will be
helpful also to lnter-Amerlcan relations, in the opinion of In-
OrnA6adtl?SK consulted by United Pre predicted a more active
popular interest in Spanish hUtoryUterature^ drama .art.arch-
facture and science. This eventually would be reflected hi torn -
tern'educational interchanges, and. an Interest In Spanish films.
"The archives of Seville" will again be a destination for research
KhtM direction of Interest grew partly from the, Oood. Neigh-
PeOPle of riorlda, Louisiana. Texas, Arizona. New Mexico and
CtOHornla are keenly aware of the historical contributions made
bySMln to their own political evolution, architecture, and mode
* Uery United States schoolboy is familiar wh tte SptnUh
literary themes of Washington Irving. Henry Wadsworth Long-
fellow and Jarmes Russell Lowell.
Murillo. "Kl Greco" and Picasso. Spanish painters, are ex-
tremely popular in American homes and studios. IInlt,rt
Authorities said that two of the great development In United
State "hlgheredu'ition during last decade have been the Uicreas-
ed study of the Spanish language and the larger number of general
courses pertaining to Latin America.
This direction of Interest grew partly fro *^d >V
bor" policy between the American republics. But the Spanish
language Is used through most of the new world and the history
of Spain is a prerequisite to an understanding of many of the
ponticl problems In the western hemisphere. ___ ,Uri,n
The Spanish speaking Philippine Republic also comes within
the horizons of thiY common historical and cultural background
Authorities therefore point out that cordial relations and
widened ?bntacts with 8Dam will give greater depth and meaning
ta, UmtadSUtei, educational efforts pertaining to the new wor:d
as well as to Europe.
In earlier decades, German and French were preferred lan-
guages hi nearly all United States colleges and universities But
In recent years about 50 percent of all graduates who "majored
i foreign languages have chosen Bpanish.
According toOffice of Education statistics, college and uni-
versity graduates In language courses during year ended June
So. 1M0, were as follows:
Spanish 2,132 Bachelors, 375 Masters. 34 Doctors:
French 1 473 Bachelors. 299 Masters, 53 Doctors;
German 540 Bachelors. 121 Master. 40 Doctors:
All others 308 Bachelors. 94 Masters. 34 Doctors.
The number of United 8tates students of Spanish language
tohlge schools below college level was 273.18 in 1943 the last
official count and probably has since doubled at least. In
response to many requests, the Office of Education is presently
making a new count.
United States enthusiasts regarding Spanish culture In this
country have found the most valuable general account of recent
years In an English edition of "Revista Ortica Espaola pub-
V. Salas of the Spanish Oeographlcal Magazine made a 22.000
kilometer motor trip-in this country, and obtained the collabora-
tion of many United States officials and scholars in an illuminat-
ing review of the impact of Spanish civilization.
In recent years much of the cultural collaboration has been
on the high plane Jf the Librarv of Congress and the Hispanic
" SWcietv of America. But the enthusiastic reception given to the
recent Spanish films "Don Quixote" and "Loves Madness" in-
dicated that the cultural rapprochement could be extended to the
popular level. ___________________________
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Lists Gripes
Against Govt.
BY PKTBR EDSON
NBA Washington Correspondent
WASHING i Or. tNe-A) -
This Is the gripe of a medlum-
slsed mtnutaciurer. It could
probably be uupilcaied a thou-
sand times all over the United
stales, bo it is a typical case
history and is presented as such.
It is a gripe against the incon-
sistencies and lack of decision
In the government's anti-lmla-
lion. stabilization and mobiliza-
tion programs.
It comes by prepaid long-
distance phone call from l<
Schlestnger, production man-
ager o/ fne S. ti S. Corru-
gated Paper Machinery Co.,
o Brooklyn, N. Y. He ivasnt
interested in publicity, and
at first he dtdnt want his
name mentioned nor Ms
company identified with
anything he had to say. Tlu
reason was that it might put
him on the spot with his
own employes and the peo?
pie from whom he bought
steel. Later he agreed to of*
ing identified, just to prov*.
that his was a real case.
Mr. Schleslnger was in a jam
and he was desperately trying
to get information oh what the
governments stabilization po-
licies were going to be, so he'd
know which way to turn.
8. Ii S. was in the midst of an
employes election ordered by
National Labor Relations Board
to determine collective bargain-
ing agent. One of the main is-
sues was the governments wage
stabilization policy, at this writ-
ing just decided by Economic
Stabilization Director Eric
Johnston In Washington.
Were cost of living escalator
agreements to be allowed or
werent they? Hundreds of labor
agreement negotiations were
hung up all over the country,
with employers and employes
were getting sorer by the hour,
while the government made up
it* mind on this question.
The union has been de-
feated in previous shop elec-
tions at S. It S. The man-
agement has tried to give a
little bit more than the
unions offered and so it has
not been organized. But now
the management says it
can't offer more because of
the government's wage
freeze. And it didn't know
whether it can renew the
cost of living escalator agree-
ment because the govern-
ment hadni made up its
mind whether such automa-
tic wage increases were to
be allowed.
Employes were sore. Labor or-
ganizers were maintaining that
the only way cost of living in-
creases could be obtained was
through'a strong union. Hand-
bills were being distributed at
i hi- plant gates every evening
and the whole place was in an
uproar. The employer was willing
to grant the cost of living in-
creases to quiet the unrest, but
the government wouldn't say yes
and wouldn't say no. This ob-
viously was no help to the situa-
tion at all.
The whole wage stabilization
thing is a Joke, anyway." Mr.
Schleslnger went on in .effect.
There's no teeth in it. Wage
freezes aren't any good unless
you can prevent men going nom
one plant to another, for more
money."
In the last war. Mr. Schleslng-
er recalled, nobody could leave
his Job in an essential industry
without permission from the
War Manpower Commission. In
the present emergency, the gov-
ernment is still all balled up on
whether manpower controls are
going to be run by Defense Mo-
blll/er C. E. Wilson's office, or
whether they'll be handled un-
der Secretary of Labor Maurice
Tobin. There is no equivalent
of a manpower commission. The
subject hasn't even been men-
tlp"-d.
"The trouble down there," Mr.
Sch.esmger continued, "Is that
they're rylng to play both sides
against the middle. They're try-
ing to get everything done on a
voulntary basis and there just
isn't enough patriotism in the
country to do it.
"People will have flags and do
all that, but when it takes some-
thing out of their pay envelope,
they'll yell. Besides, since the
news from Korea looks a little
better, people don't think it's so
necessary to make sacrifices. A
couple of months ago they might
have done it. It's going to take
stiif controls, and you can't
make them to please everybody."
In another vein, Mr. Schle-
slnger wanted to know.
Where are the defense
orders? We had some in the
last war, but we can't get
any now. They're too slow
in getting them out.
They've Just cut back steel
20 per cent I see. We're now pro-
ducing 100 million tons a year.
Twenty per cent off of that
would leave 80 million tons for
civilian production. A year ago
we were producing only 85 mil-
lion tons, so we should be only
live mll'.'on tons short. But
where is it? We can't get it from
any of the warehouses we do
business with. Only way we-can
get it Is by reading the ads in
the papers and seeing who will
sell ft to us at a bonus. It's all
gray market stuff, and the gray
market Is operating now Just
like It did in the last war "
There was much more In the
same vein, but the above will
give the drift.
"Only thing I know." conclud-
ed Mr. Schleslnger, "Is that I'm"
glad I'm not down in Vashlng-
;on. having to make the deci-
sions. "
Last of the Species
*fc^s K^
4tt*r.
Draft Delay
By Bruce Biossat
The Senate acted with good eense and dis-
patch in reporting for floor action a universal
military service bill that reflects the competent
testimony it heard on all sides of the issue. The'
measure includes a draft of 18-year-olds under
certain reasonable restrictions.
As much cant be said lor the House. The
lower chamber has listened to the same expert
testimony given the Senate and has had the
same chance to weigh It carefully and devise
a sound bill. But thus far it hasn't come up
with anything. On the contrary. It appears
bent on concocting excuse for delay.
Some lawmakers are demanding that the
House wait until the troops for Europe con-
troversy is settled. These men apparently are
hoping we somehow will be able to get by with
a small total of ground forces, in, spite of all
the firm statements of our generals that this
is a dangerous course.
Some members of the House Armed Services
Committee are looking for comfort In the Ar-
I my's announced intent to avoid calling up more
I National Ouardsmen and reservists, and to re-
lease those now on duty after two years' ser-
vice.
If the Army can do this, say these men, then
why do they need 18-year-olds?
In the first place, the idea of universal mili-
tary service is to create a huge pool of trained
military manpower for uae in event of a major
war. The existing backlog of guardsmen and
reservists does not constitute such a pool, whe-
ther these men are on active duty or not. There
Just aren't enough of them, so It's beside the
point to say that they're not being used.
Secondly, the reservists and a good share of
the guardsmen are veterans. They have an-
swered one call and in a very real sense it Is
an Injustice that these men should have to be
summoned a second time. Had we had a good
universal service program when the Korean war
broke out, they could have stayed at their ci-
vilian Jobs. Does anyone question their right
to a personal future after having once served?
What congresmen are actually saying when
they question the need for an 18-year-old call-
up is that they're content to let veterans bear
the burden another time, rather than endure a
little political pain. And in this light their con-
cern for "our boys" doesn't ring very true.
Lawmaklng In a critical time requires men to
rise above ordinary levels. It calls for fair-
mindedness, for a sober sense of duty, and for
backbone. House members now delaying the
draft bill could display a little more of these
qualities.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
------0
WASHINGTONThese reporters are separat-
lnR again for some months, one to make an ex
pedltion of inquiry in Western Europe, the other
to hold the fort in this dreary city. It seems
a good time to try to take stock to observe
the flight of starlings over the capital, to trace
the veinlng of the luncheon calves' liver, to con-
sult the bunion that foretells bad weather, and
by these sooth-sayer's devices, to answer the
great question, "doom or no doom, war or
peace?"
Two things are clear ahout the last three
mpnths. On the one hand, it is clear that In
December the masters of the Kremlin were ac-
tively preparing new aggressions, both in the
Far East and in Europe. The physical prepara-
tions for attacks on Indo-Chlna by a "lioera-
tlon army," and on Yugoslavia by the surround-
ing satellites, were being pushed forward with
all haste. The logical conclusion, glumly reach-
ed by the leaders of most of the Western gov-
ernments, was that attacks on Yugoslavia and
Indo-Chlna were planned and would shortly be
launched.
On the other hand, the situation has not de-
veloped in quite this simple manner. The tem-
po of preparation has slackened, although the
Kremlin only needs to give the signal for both
the Yugoslav and Indo-Chinese operations to
begin. Certain other decidedly ominous signs
have been given for example, the heavy re-
inforcement of the Soviet garrison on Sakhalin
Island, combined with the remarks on the Ko-
rean war in Stalin's Interview, can quite pos-
sibly mean that the Kremlin intends to rescue
its Chinese vassals from their difficulties in Ko-
rea by directly intervening in the war In the
Far East. .. .
At the same tune, the Western leadership has
not been so idle as one might have expected
Irom the condition of paralysis and division
that prevailed In December. Lieutenant Oen-
eral Rldgway and his men have decisively turn-
ed the balance of the Korean fighting at
least unless and until the Soviets intervene.
Strong diplomatic measures have been taken by
London and Washington, to show the Kremlin
that Yugoslavia cannot be attacked with im-
punity.
Above all the great military asset of the West,
the American atomic stockpile, has at last been
un-lrozen. All sorts of steps have been taken
to convince the Kremlin that any new aggres-
sion anywhere will carry with it the terrible
risk of Immediate destruction of Rustas vital
centers. .
Over-all. deJpite the ominous new signs above
mentioned, the present atmosphere Is decidedly
less tense, distinctly more hopeful, than it was
In December. The wave of despair that engulf-
ed the leadership in Washington (and in most
other Western capltalsi after the Chinese in-
tervention in Korea, has at least subsided. The
hope that the deterrents which are being so
carefully paraded may actually do their work,
s now rather generally held.
If It is permissible to make a guess and
one can onlv auess the masters of the Krem-
lin seriously intended to launch the Yugoslav
and Indo-Chinese operations when the prepara-
tions for these attacks were first noted. De-
cember, after all. was their good time, when it
was natural for them to plan boldly. If one
may guess further, the developments in the In-
terval have persuaded them that the game is
not worth the candle, and they have therefore
adopted new tactics.
The first installment of these tactics is now
only too visible. All the signs suggest that the
Conference of Foreign Ministers of the Big Four,
which has been the subject of so long an ex-
change of notes, is to be the scene of a final,
grandiose attempt to split the Western alliance.
No one can say how'far the Kremlin will be
willing to Ramble the positions it now holds In
Germany and elsewhere in order to divide Brlt-
uln. France and the United States. Equally, no
one can say whether the United States, Britain
and France may not be able to turn the Krem-
lin's gamble to good diplomatic advantage. But
while no one can foresee the Soviet methods,
the Soviet aim is perfectly plain split the
West for good and all. and thus achieve the
great objective, which is to halt Western re-
armament.
Perhaps the Soviets may attain this objective,
by the follies of the Western leadership. If the
Soviets fail, we must certainly expect another
interlude of acute and imminent danger this
Summer. A Sprine Conference of Foreign Min-
isters that does not satisfy the Kremlin can all
too easily be transformed into the prelude to a
Summer attack all along the line. Stalin has
told us in his interview. "War is not inevitable
unless these dreadful people persist in trying
to defend themselves from us. and continue to
refuse to give our Chinese allies everything they
want." That sounds, at least, like stage-setting
for the Foreign Ministers' meeting.
Then, if we get through this Summer, a new
and verv different time of danger will begin
within another twelve-month, when the Soviet
Union will have accumulated a large enot'ih
stock of atomic weapons to make a crlpollng
surprise attack on the United States. And if his
danger, which is universally underrated, does
not In the end materialize, there will be another
long period of political raids and tockeyln* and
pressures on obvious soft-soots like the Middle
East, which will also be very perilous.
In peering forward down this bleak vista,
however, there Is no reason to lose heart. The
point to remember Is that we have experienced
manv other great perils, from the time of the
Iranian crls nd the grand politico-economic
onslaught on Western Europe, down through
the Chinese Intervention In Korea and the
threats to Yueoslivla and Indo-Chlna. All these
perils thus far ("knock on wood." one Is Inclin-
ed to sav> we have survived bv stoutness and
reoluton. Let us be stout, let us be resolute
!- ., h r>lse and the DeriU of the future ma''
. ... t i,*, ^ if, bf no more disastrous
than the perils of the nast
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribne Inc.)
tfgj

BY DREW PEARSON
i
Drew Pearson says: Staff may have to write emergency
column in my absence; Newsmen have an obligation
to the public; Reporters must act as government-
watchdogs.
WASHINGTON.Drew Pearson, departing for a news survey
of gathering European war clouds, left the following lnstrfldtloni
for his staff:
To the staff:
I shall be traveling In Europe and countries adjacent to the
Iron Curtain for the next two or three weeks. During that tlmw
you may have to write an occasional emergency column in case
I get too far away from a cable office or the going gets tough.
In writing such columns please bear in mind the following:
Don't hesitate to admit an error. Double and triple check in
order to avoid errors, but if you find you are wrong, say so. It Is
only fair to the man you have wronged. In addition to which
the public will respect yon for being fair. >
If you are sure you are right, however, stick to your guns
and If necessary we will battle it out.
Never bear grudges. If a President or a Senator calls you
a name, don't call one back. Because he Is puerile or small is no
reason for you to sink to his level. Write facts; don't go in for
name-calling. Any scrivener can fill a column with abuse. Epi-
thets can be culled from any dollar dictionary, but it takes good
journalism to ferret out graft or the backstage doings of diplo-
mats or the income-tax cheatersand then make what you say *
stand up in court.
SMOKE-FILLED ROOMS
Remember that It Is part of your job to right some of the
news-wrongs of the capital. The big newspaper chains can be
ruthless, their newsmen in a hurry, ft Is your Job to probe deep-
er than the handout or the official statement. You are to pick up
where the spot-news men. rushing for the telephone or grabbing
for the headline, leave off. Frequently the best part of the story
is after the spot-news cream has been skimmed.
.u Remember also that ever since politicians becanie politicians,
the thing the public was not supposed to know has taken place
in the private lobbies and the smoke-filled rooms. Yet what is
hidden from the public is usually what the public is most entitled
to know about, and the job of a good newspaperman to report.
Remember that in our system of government by checks and
balances, It is your Job to help in the checking. Government is
so intricate and detailed today that Congress no longer can do
all .the checking. Furthermore, Congressmen themselves have to
be checked. Most Congressmen are honest and reasonably con-
scientious, but it is your Job to smoke out the Parnell Thomases,
the Andy Mays and the "Doc" Brehms. and report the facts about
themeven if it means a tough battle.
FAITH IN GOVERNMENT
However, it Is also important to remember that the govern-
ment is neither all good nor all bad. There are bureaucrat who
are woefully Inefficient, and bureaucrats who are a credit to
mankind. It Is your job to discriminate.
Government is only as good as the men in it. And since men
are human, they are subject to all the frailties that make up
mankindlaziness, Inefficiency, greed, graft, temptation. *
But they are also subject to great effort, sacrifice, inspiration.
It is your Job as a newspaperman to spur the lazy, watch the
weak, expose the corrupt. You must be the eyes, ears and nose of
the American people. Yes. the nose, too, is important. For no
matter how much stench you maw be exposed o. never Jose your
sense of smell. '
But likewise remember that there are scores of underpaid
government servants dedicated to the cause of good government
whom the public never hears of. It is your job to encourage
them. It is also your job to let the public know that these mea
are working for them.
For the public must never lose confidence in Its government.
Should it ever take seriously the scoldings of some of my com-
petitors and lose confidence in our form of government, then the
principle we are fighting for would be no more.
DEFEND LITTLE FELLOW
Remember also that It's the little fellow who usually geta
kicked around. It's the little businessman, the G.I.. the guy In
the lower-bracket incomes who needs a friend. He has few
friends in high places, no big politicians to pull wires, no. pne
to speak for him on inter-locking boards of directors. He hag only
the American public's strong sense of right and wrong to back:
himand It's your Job to spell out those rights and wrongs so
the public can know what cooks.
This applies to minority groups as well as little people.
Sometimes these groups, such as the Negroes or a minority re-
ligion, need a little more encouragement than the folks who are
doing all right anyway.
Finally, remember that though the world moves slowly toward
its two great goals^-peace and the brotherhood of manIt la
your job when possible to help accelerate the pace.
Sometimes it is better not to report a delicate diplomatic
negotiation. Sometimes the cause of peace is best served by
sacrificing a news story until a difficult diplomatic hurdle is over.
But if the diplomats fumble, if they betray their trust, then
it Is your job to be ruthless in exposing that betrayal. You mus
be their watchdog. You must let them know what the publicity
Pn Finally^ when you write anything, remember that theffewer
words vou sav it in, the better.
These are the goals of the Washington Merry-Oo-Round
which I have not lived up to. Perhaps you can.
Copyright. 1M1. by tlu Bell Syndicate, laic.)_________m
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Vhns at 3:00 p.m.
Colon. 14th Street
Sarvicat at........ 11 a.m. A 7 :S0 p.m
Sunday School at .......... 3;ou p.m
Colon. 3rd 3trt
Services at ...... 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
Silvar City
Service at ................. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at ...........3:JO p.m
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Sida
Cabo Verdt. Panam City. No. 1 J. A.
Maynard: Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Scrvlcaa only);
Adolphui lawn. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry;
Rio Abajo. C D. Abrahams: Gamboa, A.
A. Brzala, and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba.
Atlantic Sida
Coln Third Straat. Joseph Bryan: Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Crock-
shank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B J.
Maxon. I No Sunday night service at
present. I
SabMth school each church Saturday
t:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches except
>the,-\vl"? indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
amity In essentials, liberty In son.
e* rnllals and charity In all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDI
Crhubal
The Rev Phillip Havener Pastor
Pi :e 3-14;;.
10 .. V\ orship service and Church-time
Bin v
t Young People Meeting
Sal...i
Tne Rev. J William L Graham. Pastor.
Pl-ne S-3oS
.:. i V 30 Broadcast on HOK. HPSK
and ON
8:t> Sunday School
11 oU Worship Service.
Sxl Christian Emieavor
Marcaitt*
The Rev Henrv Bell. Pastor.
Phona 3-1483
tad Bible School
lu IS Worship sarvice and Church-time
ur^erv.
6:30 Yauth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa
Biooa ftoud al San Pablo Street, t
Of.ice Phone 2-323
Li Chin en School Free bus service
10 :.'.) Worship service and Church-Unit
iu j Vouth Congregation
S:bj Chi Klio Senior HI Fellowship
g:U Post 111 Fellowship
7:.i Service "Centered On Song."
C.....I
Bruj Rosa and St Thomas Ave.
The Kev Alexander H. Shaw Minister
Phil 2-2'iM.
:H0 Sunday School Free bus. in Roua-
ajau and Cocoli.
10:45 Worship sarvlca.
Hum baa
All services in Gamboa Civic Centci
The Rev RaWrnmd A Grav Minister
Ph ie 6-1:*
di Sunday School.
7 ::< i Worship service.
g>edr i Miguel
a ;.i> Church School.
1U .. Divine Worship
7;:.ii Evenni): Vespers
Unitarian
I'llr.
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 a m
JWB Armed
force" Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z
four Invitation
to liberal
religion
Baptist
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCHES
Panam Baptist. Prayer Meeting 5-So
am Divine Service. 9:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7.15 p.m. and Serving of The Lord's
Supper at both Services Sunday School
3:00 u in
Boya Baptist. La Boca. C L Divine
Berv.ces 11 00 am and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Services Sun-
Slav School si '(.00 p.m.
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva. C.Z.. Divine
Bervices 11:00 am Sunday School at
100 p.m.
Gamboa, C.Z. Divine Services at 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 p.m with Sunday School
II IW on
Rio Abajo. H.P Sunday School at
:M p.m.
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 30j. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School........ IMS a.m
Preaching Services........ 10:43 a.in
Training Union ......... 6:00 p.m
Preaching Services ........ 7:00 pm
Breiii- nood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
luir Prrvri Service 7 no ever-.
Mom. \ e
4(Wi35i7
FIRST BAPTIST Clll'RCH
Balboa rieiunts. C .
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Tour Church away from hessr
with a welcome lust as friendly"
William H. Seeby. Pastor
Sunday School............. SO a.m
Morning Worship .......... lu 45 cm
Baptist Training Union ___ 6 30 p m.
atvanaelistlc Service........ 7 .30 u m
W-M.S. Bible Study
JfJessy Wednesday, ........ l :S0 pjn.
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday in month) .. 7:30 p.m
T
Catholic
(Listed aelow are the Catholic Churches
In the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
ilnal cities of Panama-and Colon whose
gregationa are primarily English-
esuting Besides these, the Cathedral In
gana City, the Cathedral of the hn-
ggSete Conception in Colon, and mim-
as pariah churches In both cities, wel-
ome English speaking visitors, though
tg eongngaUor are orlmarlly Span-
fas apsnsinr i
9. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
_ ly Masses: 00. g 00. 00. 10:00
I :uo s m
^E^ES Sunday: 5 00 o m
O
Churchei af the many faiths in thai Canal Zona, ana the
terminal cities of Panama) and Calan, Republic af Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at all limes ta man ami women af the armed
arvicei, and ta Civilian neighbors, friends and strangers.
Ai a public sarvlca, the Panama American lists below, by
denominations, notices af hours af warship and other regular ac-
tivarla*.
Listings af largar denominations ara in alphabetical ardor,
which it rotated from time to tima. Denomination! having only
ana ar two congregation! ara listed under "Other Ch. rchei And
Servicei." A (facial lilting it included far leryicei at Arm* pom,
Air Force bata* and Naval Italians.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains ara askad ta in-
form the news deik by Wednesday naan at the latest of any
chantas far the coming Saturday's church page.
SACBKD HEART CHAPEL, Ancon, C.Z.
Ancon Boulevard. Phone 2-6.143
Sunday Masses: 6:00, 7:30 3:30 a.m
Dally Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holyday Masses: 6:00. 7:30 a.m. and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m.
Confessions: Thursdsys before toe 1st.
Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.: 7:00
to 8:00 pm. .,..
Cathechlsm Class: Grade School Child
ren: Friday 3:15 p.m.
Study Club High School Students
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses,
every 2nd and 4th Thursday 7 JO p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and O. St.
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. 8 and 10:30 a.m.
Weekday Mass: 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Masa
Miraculous Medal Novena services.
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8 a.m.
Confessions, Rosary, nightly 7:00 p.m.
Monday & and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelry. CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays, Confessions, Communion
Sunday Mass 8.00 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 a m.
Holiday Mais 7 KM a.m
Monday 7:00 pm.
s-indi'v Mass 7:00 a.m
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to 7:00 p.m
CHURCH OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vliirriitian Fathers)
"If Street. Panam City
Masses. Sunday 0 a.m. (high masa). A
3-30 a.m :Snnday school conducted by
PToryknoll Sislers. ailer the second Msss:
Weekdays 6 am.: Holiday 6 and 8:30
a.m.
Confessions. Saturday. 3:30 to S p.m
at 7 p.ni
Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
at 7 p.ni.. Miraculous Medal Novena at
7 p.m. Friday, convert classes 7 :S0 0 m
Monday and Thursday
Catheclsm Class 10:4 to 11:43 a.m
Sunday.
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mass 6:00 a.m.
COCO SLITO PLAYSHED
Pastor. Rev Wm. J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mam ............. 7:4 a.m
Holy Day Mass.......... 6:00 a.m.
Sunday School .......... 8:4 a.m
Services Thursday nights 7:45 pm
Confessions before Mass
CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev William J. Finn. C M.
Mass.......................:15
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor, Rev. J. Raymon Mchate. CM.
Assis'.ant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masses ..... 3:4 A *:00 am
eekly Masses ..... 5:45* 8:30 am.
First Friday Maesas .. 5:45 A 8:00 a.m.
Baptisms Sunday .......... 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena services every
Wednesday at ! and T:h p.m
Novena of the Sncred Heart. Fridays
7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday: 4 to i: 7 to 8
o.m
Sundav School, 3 00 p m.
Instructions for adults seeking know,
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
i a* and Thursday al 7:15 p.m
Sunday. t:30 am.-Church School with
clauses for all Ages
10:45 a.m.Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Cant Live With-
out It." Special Music by the Junior
Choir
8:00 p.mYouth Fellowship Sub'eri
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game." Installation of Newly Selected
Officers.
ST VINCENT'S CHURCH
Sliver City. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis. C M.
Sundav Masses S:4S and 8:00 am
Weekdov Mass ........... 6:00 am
Holy Day Masses .. 5:30 and 6:30 am
Sunday School ......... 11:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 pm.
Baptisms Sunday ..........4:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 30 to 5:00: 7:00
to 8:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults Tuesdays. Fri-
days; 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs. CM
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8.30 a.m
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc. 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses 545 a> 6:30 am
Mliaculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Secret Heart Novena service. Friday
7:00 pm
Confession Saturday 600 pm
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks I
Pastor. Rev. John Tumelty. CM
Sunday Mass 6-45 a.m.
Weekday Manes. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:13 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 o m
CHURCH Ot THF. ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel, C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a.m
Catechism Class............ 10:00 a.m
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11 00 a m
Benediction ........... 7:00 p.m
PARASO C.Z. (Lodge sUM)
Sunday Mass .............. 6:15 am
Catechism Clam Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... t:00 sjn
Holy Day Maas ............. 6:30 am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Curundu. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a.m
Catechism Class Thursday ..3:30 p.m
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLF
Rio Abajo, Panama
Sunday Mass .............. 6:30 am
Holy Day Mam ........... 7:30 s.m
Benediction Sunday........ 7:00 p m
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Ancon
560 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 p.m
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
first Church of Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 am. Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Christian gel ears Society. Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First A Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 pm.
Sunday School 10:15
Episcopal
ANCON, CJt.
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST LUKE
The Rt. Kev R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
:30 am. Cathedral School.
10:4SMorning Prayer and Sermon.
iFlrst Sunday of the month Holy Com-.
munlon and Sermon.)
7:00 p.m.Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, B.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson, Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Church School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Vesper Service 4:30
o.m.
Wednesday, Holy Communion 8:30 p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C. Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9 30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday in the month )
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p.m.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
at 6:30 p.m.
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship for all
people.
COROZAL
Good Shephered
The Ven. A. F Nightengale
7:30 a.m. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
er.
(H.C. 1st. Friday.)
GAMBOA
SI. Simon's Church: Rev. DA. Oiborne
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holv
Communion A Sermon.
10:30 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer A address.
3:0.1 p m Sunday School
5:00 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2:00 pm. Service at Penitentiary Every
1th Sunday
7:30 p.m. Tuesday Girls Friendly So
clety
7:30 p.m 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman's Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
The Rev L. B. Shirley
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 1st Sunday
Holy Communion 5:30 a.m.
10:30 am Church School.
Weds, and Holy Days. H.C 7:00 a.m.
MARGARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hosoltal
The Rev. M. A. Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayer
7:00 o in.
PALO SECO
Church of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A. F. Nightengale.
Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Com-
munion.
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Osbome
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
:30 am. Sunday School.
5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer: 2nd and 4th
Sundays.
Monday: 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Osbome A Rev. C.A. Crsgwell
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser
non 1st. and 3rd Sundays.
MOO a.m. Morning Prayer and add-
ress- 2nd and 4th Sundays.
3:00 p.m Sunday School and .Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address:
2nd and 4th. Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F Nightengale. B.D M BE.
and The Rev Rlti Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 0:00 am
7:00 p.m. Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coln, R de P
> Opposite Hotel Washington I
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
ST.B. Rector.
SUNDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
gam. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a m. Church School.
7 :S0 p m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
7*30 p m. Evensong and Sermon
8:30 Dm Adult Confirmation Clss.
rHURSDAYS:
p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist.
7:30 om. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS: _
10 a m Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 p.m. Compline snd Meditation.
GATUN
St George's Church
Gatun. C.Z.
Rev Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:45 a.m Church School.
8:45 a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdsys:
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oays and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 p.m Evening Prayer.
8:00 p in St Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal
Chorch of SI. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:43 s.m Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3-00 p.m. Church School.
6 00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 s.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oavs and Saint Days.)
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer. Fridays.
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7:30 pm. Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m. St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 1045 a.m on the
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christenher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist.
10:00 a.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
am.
Wednesday and Holy Daya g JO a in
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of every month.)
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. 792-X. La
g?ai Road. Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wltkln director.
Services on Friday. 7:30 pimi
(See also listings of Jewish sendees
iinder Posts, Bases and Stations.)
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street, Bella Vista,
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld
Services on Friday. 8 p.m
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of the Lutheran Hour''
II. T. Bernthal. Pastor
830 Balboa Road, Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clam am.
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pol-
luck supper second Sunday each month
7:30 pan., game night, fourth Sundav
7:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome ta all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To AH.
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Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting, _
7:15 o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melnde Avenue.
Coln. R.P.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 8:30 a.m. and 7:15
P in ; Sunday School tor all ages at 3
o m.
Monday 7:30 p.m.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCB
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services ( a.m. and 3:1 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
rretestant
PORT AMADOR
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ......
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School..................
Morning WorshiD ..............
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Grout) ...................
Servicemen's Hour ..............
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship ...............
8:15
10:00
3:00
10:13
10:00
11:00
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10:45
4 00
7:00
3:30
10:30
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................... 3:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass ................... 7:43
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass ..................... T:34)
Sunday Masses.......... 8:00 A 3:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sundsy Mass ................... 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..................... 8:30
Sunday Masses .......... 7:45* 8:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ................... 3:30
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... 8:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4:00
FORT KOBBI '
Thursday ...................... 1 ;08
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday......................... 1:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ----- 9:00
Sunday School ................. 9:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. 9:15
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sundsy School ................. 9:30
.doming Worship ............... 11:00
FORT DAVIS
Sundsy Msss
FORT GULICK
Sundsy Mass
COCO SOLO
Sundsy Man .
Csthollc
10:00
8:00
3:00
FORT GULICK
Tuesdsy
Jewish
7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apsrtment 1 Lux Building. S4th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 p.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.S.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0651 Balboa Road, Balboa
W. Harland Dilbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 10:00 am
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion-----7:00 p.m.
MIDWEEK SERVICES'.
Bible Studv ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Ladles' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 pan.
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet In the American Legion Hall
n front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:4 am
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Studv at Gatun
Phona Gatun 416 or Ft Gullck 308.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chadaln William H. Blslr
Sunday School ................. 3:43
Morning Worship ............... 11a
Young People's Service ......... 3:43
Evening Worship ............... 7:00
Prayer Meeling Thursday ....... Ta
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7.00 pm. and Saturday 9:30 am.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUBCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesdsys, Wednesdsys and Thursdays
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vicei First Sunday ot each month at
7:30 p.m
Mount Hallbeth Christian Church
Panam. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D. D. Bishop
offlclantlng.
Morning Worship at ....... 6:00 ajn.
Holy Communion at........ 6:30 a.m.
Fellowship Worship at...... 11:00 am.
Bible Reading at .......... 3:00 pjn.
Divine Service at ......... 7:00 p.m.
Sermon at ................. too p.m
Holy Communion al ...... 9:00 o a
Balboa-Amador Road USO Club
Nen-DenonUnatlan
Vesper Service at 6:1 p.m. Sundays.
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CINCO CENTESIMO*
Se demanda la expropiacin de 4La Prensa'
En Mxico se pide el retiro
de la Delegacin Deportiva
a las competencias olmpicas
La reaccin de la prensa mundial contra Pern se
hace destacar en forma enrgica
NEW YORK, Marzo 3 (UP).
La reaccin mundial por los a-
contcimlentos contra "La Pren-
sa" continan. En Ciudad de
Mxico el peridico El Univer-
sal, exigi anoche que se re-
tiren de los Juegos Panameri-
canos en Buenos Aires, a to-
dos los equipos atltlcos mexi-
canos como protesta contra la
persecusin de "La Prensa" ar-
gentina.
El Universal dice en su edi-
torial que "esta mordaza de
Intriga y sangre que se ha Im-
puesto a "La Prensa" por un
rgimen que trata de copiar en
todo, desde uniformes hasta
procedimientos, a la tristemen-
te clebre dictadura nazi, es
un baldn para todo el que se
haya nacido respirando el aire
de una patria ;ibre." Aade que
Mxico debe retirar sos equi-
pos de Argentina para "no san-
cionar con su presencia el atro-
pello que en aquel pais se est
cometiendo con un derecho que
no es de un faccin, ni de
un partido, ni aun de una na-
cin, sino de la humanidad en-
tera: la libertad de expresin."
En Valparaiso, Chile, el Di-
rectorio del Circulo de Pren-
sa de Valparaso, se reuni en
sesin extraordinaria para con-
siderar los incidentes ocurri-
dos al diario "La Prensa", a-
cordando unnimente: Primero,
protestar por los hechos ocu-
rridos a "La Prensa", segundo
romper relaciones con todos los
rganos de prensa o agrupa-
ciones periodsticas argentinas
que se han solidarizado con
quienes pretenden silenciar la
libre expresin de los hombres
y pedir a los crculos de Pren-
sa de Amrica se adhieran a es-
tos acuerdos basndose en el
acuerdo aprobado por los cir-
cuios de la prensa portea.
En Nueva York, el Secreta-
rio Martin Harris, Secretario
Ejecutivo de la Sociedad Nor-
teamericana de fotgrafos de
revistas, dijo que est envian-
do un cable a la Embajada de
los Estados unidos en Buenos
Aires para el nuevo embajador
Ellsworth Bunker y copla del
mismo al Secretarlo Estado
Adjunto, Edward Miller Jr. El
cable dice en sntesis que la So-
ciedad Norteamericana de Fo-
tgrafos de Revistas, reunidos
en la ciudad de Nueva York,
(Pasa a la Pt 6 Col. 7)
Profunda penetracin logran los
aliados en las lneas comunistas
Texto de la
renuncia de
J. M. Vrela
Vuelven a escucharse en los
Est. Unidos demandas par
que no prosiga ms en Corea
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 3.
(UP). Se han vuelto a es-
cachar demandas en Washing-
ton en e sentido que los Es-
tados Unidos abandonen Co-
rea. Algunas personas opinan
qua 1 comunismo no puede ser
detenido en el lejano Oriente,
y que Asia ya eat perdida.
En respuesta a esto, un ex-
perto en asuntos del lejano O-
rlente dijo que la Importancia
de Corea es tan grande para
las Naciones Unidas que an
una victoria aliada a base de
compromisos puede perjudicar
el programa de conquista
mundial de Rusia.
Este experto llama la aten-
cin al hecho que despus de
la primera guerra mundial,
Lenn predijo una ola de re-
voluciones en Europa en bene-
ficio de los comunistas. Estas
revoluciones no se llevaron a
cabo. Por lo tanto, Lenln pla-
ne conquistar a China, pero
la oposicin de Chiang Kal
Shek al comunismo evito sto.
Despus de la segunda gue-
rra mundial, Stalin como
Lenin pens que las revolu-
ciones en Europa facilitarla la
calda de todos los pases en
Srras del comunismo. Pero no
ubleron revoluciones en In-
glatenew**neiai Italia?**
lo tanto copiando a Lenln,
Stalin se ha vuelto hacia Asia
con mucho ms xito.
Este experto opina que Sta-
lin ha triunfado en China por
los errores cometidos por los
Estados Unidos all. Otros
creen que el triunfo Ruso se
debe al decllnamlento del
Kuomlntang, y a que grandes
potencias arrasaron a China
en las dcadas del 20 y del 30.
De acuerdo con esta teora,
el plan comunista consiste en
aislar al Asia del resto de Eu-
ropa y sangrar a los Estados
Unidos obligndolos a mante-
ner a Europa. En esta forma
el mundo estara maduro pa-
ra los comunistas.
Pero las derrotas de los co-
munistas Chinos en Corea a-
menazan con malograr; loa pla-
nea de Stalin. All reside la
importancia de Corea. SI la
China Roja no triunfa en Co-
rea, el plan de Rusia se des-
morona.
Por lo tanto, los Estados U-
nldos deben quedarse en Co-
rea hasta ganar aunque sea
una victoria parcial, ya que
sta neutralizarla a China y
Pasa a la Paa k rol m
Un nuevo decreto se estudia
para reglamentar los clubes
de mercancas en la ciudad
Ayer en la maana se llev
a cabo una reunin en la Alcal-
da del Distrito con los repre-
sentantes de las casas comer-
ciales que celebran contratos de
venta mediante el sistema de
clubes.
La reunin fu convocada por
el Sr. Alcalde del Distrito, Lie.
El siguiente es el texto de la
renuncia presentada al Minis-
tro de Hacienda don Rodolfo F.
Herbruger, por el Secretarlo J.
M. Vrela. El Secretarlo Vare-
la estar encargado de la Se-
cretarla hasta el lunes cuando
se designe a su tucesor, el Sr.
Eric Humber.
23 de Febrero de 1961.
Seor don
Rodolfo F. Herbruger,
Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro,
E. S. D.
Seor Ministro:
Para dejarlo a usted en com-
pleta libertad de escoger su
colaborador ms inmediato, pre-
sento por este medio mi re-
nuncia Irrevocable del cargo de
Secretarlo del Ministerio con
que se me honr el 11 de Di-
ciembre de 1949.
Le ruego hacer extensivo al
Sr. Presidente de la Repblica
mi agradecimiento por las
muestras de confianza y las de-
ferencias que tuvo siempre con-
migo durante todo el tiempo
que estuve al frente del deli-
cado cargo que he servido con
lealtad, honradez y consagra-
cin, al mismo tiempo que com-
penetrado del deber de servir
al pblico sin distingos de nin-
guna clase.
a7 expresarle mis eungratu- 4 IOS letfeFOS
laclones muy sinceras por la '
distincin que acaba de hacer-
le el Excelentsimo tenor Pre-
sidente y desendole el mayor
de los xitos en el desempeo
de sus funciones, me es grato
suscribirme de usted con toda
consideracin y aprecio, su a-
tento y seguro servidor,
Milln y medio de soldados
esperan tener los Estados
Unidos antes de Julio pxmo.
Desde que se iniciaron las hostilidades en Corea
ha duplicado su podero combativo
Por DAYTON MOORE
WASHINGTON, Marzo 3 (UP)
Los oficiales de la defensa es-
tn confiados de que la fuer-
za armada planeada para los
Estados Unidos de cerca de 1,-
500,000 hombres y su equiva-
lente de 24 o ms divisiones
puede ser alcanzada para el
primero de julio.
Desde que se Inici la gue-
rra europea, la armada ha do-
blado su poderlo humano, au-
mentndolo de cerca de 800.000
a cerca de 1,200,000 oficiales y
hombres.
El ejrcito planeado tendr
18 divisiones o ms, ocho equi-
pos regimehtales de combate o
su equivalente de seis divisio-
nes, y numerosos accesorios de
combate como equipo antiareo,
batallones y compaas de in-
genieros. La mayora de stos
no tendrn todo su equipo has-
Sealan requisitos
para colocacin
J. M. VRELA
Secretarlo del Ministerio.
Piden se repita la
confesin que dicen
hizo antes Collazos
WASHINGTON, Marzo 3.
(UP). El Gobierno de loa
Estados Unidos pidi al agen-
te del Servicio Secreto repetir
en la Corte Federal detallada-
mente la confesin en que l
t* dijo que el nacionalista puer-
torriqueo Osear Collazos hizo
>v el complot para matar a Tru-
man.
Joseph J. Ellis Junior, Inves-
tigador criminal del Servicio
Secreto dl su historia ayer en
la Corte del Distrito, pero no
fu oda por el Jurado. El juez
Alan QoTdsborough retir al
urado mientras l decida
Ills y otros testigos que ha-
blan Interrogado a Collazos
despus del tiroteo, declaraban
no
ngel fega Mndez, en vista
de que muchas personas han
elevado quejas a ese despacho
por abusos cometidos por varias
casas comerciales en perjuicio
de los clientes.
Segn Se pudo sacar en claro,
el Deceto tfo. 144 del 8 de Ene-1
ro de 1942. reglamentario de la
Iy 29 de 1941, no llena todas
las exigencias de los Clubs de
mercancas.
Los comerciantes presentaron
objeciones al articulo 9o. del
mencionado decreto, en que se
establece que stos no podrn
aumentar el precio de la mer-
canca vendida en sistema de
Club en ms de un diez por
ciento.
La Alcalda del Distrito nom-
br una Comisin para que re-
dacte el anteproyecto de un
nuevo decreto que llena todos
los requisitos del sistema de
club dr muebles. La comisin
qued integrada por los seo-
res Guillermo Herrera y Franco;
Federico Tun, Antonio Rodr-
guez, Marcelino Riera, Gaspar
O. Modelo, Serafn Achurra,
Francisco Ditranl, Jos Manuel
Berrocal y Ricardo Ramrez, en
representacin de la Alcalda.
Una vez que el anteproyecto
est listo, ste ser enviado al
Ministerio de Hacienda y Teso-
ro por la Alcalda del Distrito
para los fines legales.
Propugnan mayores
recursos para los
latinoamericanos
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 3.
(USIS). El Chase National
Bank of the City of New York
propugna por uh mayor desa-
rrollo de los recursos de la
Amrica Latina a fin de pro-
ducir beneficios tanto para los
Estados Unidos como para las
otras repblicas americanas.
En su boletn trimestral so-
bre los negocios en la Amrica
Latina, el Banco asegura que
un mayor desenvolvimiento de
los recursos latinoamericanos
"es esencial para la expansin
industrial y el programa de
rearme de los Estados Uni-
dos".
El Informe observa que las
repblicas del sur poseen "e-
normes recursos"' muchos de
ellos sin desarrollar, y dice:
"Un desarrollo adecuado pro-
ducir beneficios duraderos
tanto para la Amrica Latina
como para el resto del mundo
libre". r
II Alcalde del Distrito. Capi-
tal, Lie. ngel Vega Mndez,
en vista de la anarqua exis-
tente en la colocacin de le-
treros de propaganda comer-
cial, muchos de los cuales es-
tn violando abiertamente la
linea de construccin en carre-
teras, calles y vas adyacen-
tes, ha hecho saber a todos
los Interesados que para la co-
locacin de los mismos en a-
delante deben llenarse los si-
guientes requisitos:
lo.Permiso del dueo del
terreno, ya sea privado, muni-
cipal o nacional.
2o.Permiso de Ingeniera
Municipal para establecer que
no est fuera de la linea de
construccin.
3o.Pago de los impuestos
correspondientes.
4o.Permiso de la Alcalda.
Se dan quince (18) das de
plazo a partir de la fecha a
todas las compaas y perso-
nas que han Instalado letreros
de esa naturaleza para que
llenen los requisitos especifi-
cados.
Ita dentro de un ao o algo asi.
tendrn que esperar hasta que
los planes de guerra produzcan
los tanques, caones y otros
equipos militares necesarios.
Las divisiones probablemente
Incluirn al rededor de 13 in-
fanteras tres o cuatro con tan-
ques y artillera, y dos o tres
con fuerza area.
La fuerza de Infantera tiene
alrededor de 19.000 oficiales y
hombres, las fuerzas con tan-
ques y artillera ms o menos
16.000 y la fuerza area cerca
de 14.000. Un equipo regimen-
tal de combate tiene cerca de
6.000 hombres.
Comenzando con diez divisio-
nes no suficientemente equipa-
das el ltimo primero de julio
cinco en los Estados Unidos,
cuatro en Japn y una en Ale-
maniael Ejrcito ha formado
ahora 18 divisiones ds distin-
tas fuerzas. Por lo menos tres
regimientos han sido agregados
a los no determinado en la
poca anterior a la guerra de
Corea.
El ejrcito ha cogido todos
los reclutamientos 290,000
hambres en enere. Ms han
Ido incluidos en una uNpuiTJ
clon de 80.000 por mes. U J**
cito ha llamado a cerca de 234 -
000 guardas nacionales y reser-
vas. Etta movilizacin Incluye
seis divisiones de guardas, dos
equipos regimentales de comba-
te y ms de 1.080 batallones
y compaas.
La reserva de ms de 780
unidades llamada tiene 26.000
oficiales y hombres. Adems,
cerca de 90.000 reservistas han
sido puestos activos. Un nme-
ro no Indicado de otras peque-
as unidades de reserva y guar-
dia ser llamado pronto.
SI la situacin mundial no
empeora, se piensa retornar a
la vida civil a estas reservas
y guardias dentro de dos aos
cualquiera que sea el periodo
de reclutamiento que fije el
Congreso. Las divisiones de
Guardias permanecern activas
aunque entren reclutas y vo-
luntarios. Las divisiones sern
arregladas como parte del
ejrcito regular.
El ejrcito tiene ahora en Co-
rea, seis divisiones la pri-
mera de Caballera (Infante-
(Pasa a la pgina < columna 6)
E. U. ayudar a las
naciones libres a
aumentar produccin
SANTIAGO, Chile, Marzo 3.
(USIS). Los Estados Unidos
se hallan listos a proporcionar
asistencia tcnica y financie-
ra para ayudar a la expansin
de la produccin de los pases
amigos que cooperan en el,
programa de fortalecimiento
del mundo libre contra la a-
gresln comunista. Esta decla-
racin la hizo en un discurso
en el Consejo Econmico y So-
cial de las Naciones Unidas,
reunido aqu el jefe de la de-
legacin de los Estados Unidos,
Isador Lubin, al hallar duran-
te la discusin de la situacin
econmica mundial.
"An cuando ello signifique
un severo impacto a la econo-
ma de los Estados Unidos y
sacrificios personales", dijo Lu-
gln. "los Estados Unidos estn
preparados para proporcionar
asistencia tcnica y financiera
para ayudar a aumentar la
produccin de los pases ami-
gos que cooperan en el pro-
grama de defensa.
Ordenes para armamentos por
tres millones de dlares
recibe la General Motors
DETROIT, Marzo 3. (UP).
La General Motors dio que ha
recibido rdenes por ms de
3,000,000 dlares, lo.cual es un
cuarto del total volumen en
dlares de los artculos milita-
res producidos en la segunda
guerra mundial.
La General Motor la ms
grande productora del mundo
de autos y camiones, fu la
mayor productora para las
fuerzas armadas desde antes
de Pearl Harbor hasta el da
V.
El Presidente C. E. Wilson v
el presidente de los directores
B. Sloan bosquejaron la par-
ticipacin de la General Mo-
tors en el programa de defen-
sa nacional en un juicio pre-
liminar de sn informe anual
de 1950.
La mayora de estos planes
an estn en proceso. Pres-
blllones de dlares no es un
clculo de lo que se puede ha-
cer este ao.
CIRCULACIN PAGI0'
AYER MAS DE
22,400
La resistencia de
los rojos se hace
ms enconada an
TOKIO, Marzo 3 (UP) Los
marinos americanos penetraron
profundamente en el centro de
las lineas comunistas chinas ha-
cia la base china de Hongchon,
slo a 21 millas del paralo 38.
Los marinos, los tanques y los
hombres de lnfantera saltaron
a las ocho de la.maana de sus
nuevas posiciones para avanzar
dos millas al norte de Hoeng-
son y trece millas al sur de
Hongchon. En su avance en-
contraron poco fuego de mor-
teros desde algunas colinas que
dominan las carreteras Hoeng-
son Hongchon. Algunos rojos
Intentaron ligeros contraataques
de mil yardas al noreste de
Hoengsong.
Sindicatos obreros piden al 1
Gobierno que la transforme
en "Empresa Cooperativa"
"Es enemiga de Pern, es enemiga de los obreros
enemiga del pas," declaran stos
Testaruda resistencia comunis-
ta disminuy el avance aliado
a lo largo del resto del frente
de sesenta millas, en el tercer
da de la "ofensiva asesina" del
8o. Ejrcito. Los observadores
areos Informaron que ms de
500 vehculos comunistas se mo-
van hacia el sur durante la-
noche. Este ha sido el trfico
ms pesado en las ltimas tres'
semanas y parece presagiar una
resistencia ms fuerte an o
una contraofensiva comunista.
Los rojos lanzaron cinco contra-
ataques en pequea escala con-
tra el tercero suroceranos y la
.segunda divisin norteamerlca-
na al sureste de Hoengsong a-
noche y esta maana. Los sur-
coreanos estn batiendo los co-
munistas all.
Slo pequeos avances alia-
dos han sido Informados que
se acercan a la Interseccin de
carreteras de Chapyong, 25 mi-
llas al este de Hoengsong y 28
millas debajo el paralelo 3P.
Fuerzas surcoreanas y norte-
americanas han empujado tres
millas arriba de Chanpyong.
La ms fuerte pelea ha sido
anunciada en la toma de la co-
lina 386 por los surcoreanos en
que se pele a bayoneta. Pre-
se que los chinos estn dis-
puestos a mantener sus posicio-
nes en la tierra sin hombre-
de Yongdu, 15 millas al noroeste
de Hoengsong.
En el ro Han, en el frente
occidental, las patrullas norte-
americanas tuvieron que regre-
sar al banco sur debido al fue-
go comunista chino.
La marina surcoreana anun-
ci que desde el 22 de febre-
ro haban matado 868 norco-
reanos Incluyendo un brigadier
y capturado un prisionero en
sus ataques a la peninsula de
Ongjln al sur del paralelo 38.
La poblacin de Hoengsong
ha dejado de existir. Lo que
queda en la confluencia de los
(Paa* a la Pac. 6 Col. >
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 P.)Mientras el Juez Roberto
Durrieu, acompaado por va-
rios oficiales del gobierno haca
una inspeccin de los talleres
de La Prensa que duraba cua-
tro horas y anunciaba que su
investigacin continuara hasta
el lunes y examinaba las pre-
misas y. lugares donde los po-
licas decan haber encontrado
dos revlveres y municiones, sin
la presenciasegn Costenl,
representante de La Prensade
empleados de la Prensa, Antonio
Valerga. Secretario General del
Sindicato de Obreros de la Agu-
la exhort al Gobierno a lncau-!
tarse de La Prensa y "transfor-
marla en una empresa coopera-,
Uva", en un discurso que pro-|
nunclaba en una reunin con-1
vocada por la Confederacin Ge
neral de Trabajo para estudiar;
la situacin del peridico argen-
tino.
El Secretario General de la
Confederacin, Jos Espejo, di-
Jo en dicha reunin, a la que
asistieron los Secretarlos Ge-
nerales, de trescientos sindica-
tos afiliados a la Confederacin,
que "La Prensa" es la enemiga
de la revolucinla de Pern,
enemiga de los obreros, y ene-
miga del pas. Espejo declar
que los obreros deben defender-
se de estos enemigos.
Valerga por su parte Inst
Gobierno a que haga de
Prensa, una cooperativa para,
tipgrafos, vendedores de ]
ridicos y periodistas y dijo
que slo entonces ser La Pren-
sa el vehculo de la cultura de-
mocrtica.
Luis Antn, del Sindicato d
Empleados de Bancos, dijo qu
los empleados de bancos impe-
dirn que se cambie cheque al-
guno de La Prensa.
Los peridicos de la maana,
en Buenos Aires dan una lista
oe los conferencistas de las
uniones que dicen estn dis-
puestos a apoyar las medidas
contra La Prensa. Dicen quej
Secretarlo General, Jos G. Es-
pejo, dijo.'"es un deber de lag
masas obreras el tomar medi-
das contra el crimen organi-
zado." Hilarlo Calvo, de lo
obreros matalrgicos, pidi un
huelga general de 24 horas co-
mo "repudio a La Prensa". Ce-
cilio Condittl, "interventor" de
la unin de impresores, favore-
ci la expropiacin de La Pren-
sa de tal manera que el perl-
'asa a la patina ti. iu.
Queda instalada la Comisin
de Defensa Civil en acto que
hubo en Gobierno y Justicia m*
-Sta -maana qued debida-
mente
menee Instalada en el Minis-
terio de Gobierno y Justicia la
Comisin de Defensa Civil, re-
cientemente nombrada por el
El Comisionado declar t'U
actualmente se estn efectufn-
do reuniones peridicas con
las autoridades de la Zona del
Canal, para coordinar todas
rgano Ejecutivo y a cuyo! las medidas que se tomen para
frente est don Antonio T. de
Reuter.
Al asumir sus funciones el
seor Comisionado de Defen-
sa Civil, don Antonio de Reu-
ter, dijo a la prensa "que pe-
dir la cooperacin a los Al-
caldes de las ciudades de Pa-
defender la poblacin civil de
ataques areos.
Sobre jira por el
ama y-de Coln, pues a estos Parfirn informa
funcionarlos les Incumben es- rdVHIVV IIIIUIHia
J. Foster Dulles
tos problemas relacionados con
la proteccin de los habitan-
tes de ambos Distritos. El Co-
misionado dijo, asimismo, que
espera tambin la cooperacin
fnVacio'n'es Te's^XcVS raggT
WASHINGTON, Marzo 3.
Rafael A. Gonzlez
obtiene el primer
puesto en Derecho
inaicaciones que se icmuimci rons)(1pra mlP i mPta oue e-
con la defensa de i, poblacin. | """^^ '^Ta? forjar
la paz en el Pacfico es "utl
Brindarn apoyo a
la Cruz Roja para
colectar fondos
Muchos Dien conocidos hom-
lizar tambin la paz" que ella
"imponga una contagiosa In-
fluencia".
Dulles pronunci un discur-
so por radio dirigido al pue-
blo americano el Jueves, par
informar sobre su reciente Ji-
ra por el Pacfico. En el cur-
No se ha podido
integrar nuevo
gabinete francs
PARIS, Marzo 3 (UP)El ex-
Premier Henri Queme lie- tam- <
bien fracas en sus gestiones de
formar nuevo gobierno bajo la
presidencia de Auriol en Fran-
cia.
El fracaso de Queulelle. segui-
do al intento de dos das de Bi-
dault despus del fracaso de
Pleven en la discusin sobre la
iey electoral para los prximos
comicios. Queulelle es un lder
del partido popular catlico.
El Presidente Auriol ha invi-
tado a Guy Mollet, de 45 aos
de edad, jefe del Partido Socia-
lista, y ste ha accedido a In-
tentar formar un gobierno des-
pus que los otros lderes de los
Anoche recibi su ttulo de
Lie. en Derecho y Ciencias Po-
lticas, el distinguido estudian-
te Rafael A. Gonzlez, en el
acto de graduacin celebrado en
la Universidad de Panam.
El Le. Rafael A. Gonzlez,
ocup el primer puesto en la-j
Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias
Polticas, por lo cual se hizo a-
creedor al premio "Ricardo J.
Alfaro" instituido para el es-
bres de negocios y residentes de! o de esta jira conferenci con
Panam han aceptado la invita- Jos funcionarlos Japoneses y
clon de la Cruz Roja para ser-; dirigentes d,s AwtralU. Nueva
K^-j'ssass as-^.s asr s
ft/g..s^"Roja -TA'rsJSSrfsefi.a:
ro u% ,w H.i rnm jador Extraordinario y Repre-
La lista completa del Comit Personal del Presi-
de Panam es la siguiente: ^ "te Truman
Luis Gmez, presidente, Flix dente Truman.
Maduro, seora de Benjamin, La mcta ser obtenida, dlj
Chen; seora de David de Cas-; "Si somos resueltos. Ello a
to; Hal Sanders; W. L. Simp- significa que la tarea que qu
son; O. W. LaRue; Lelgh Cra- da p0r delante sea fcil. Por
mar; Otto Hausmann; Rogelio ei contrario, los problemas que
Arosemena; Scollay Moore; Os- confrontamos en el Pacfico
wald Maduro; Myron Risher; son muy difciles. No es tan
Vicente Pascual y Bob Boyd. slo asuntov de liquidar el es-
Todos estos miembros del Co- tado de guerra cdn el Japn,
mit estn autorizados para so- ; sino construir un fuerte ba-
llcitar y colectar fondos de los luarte contra la amenaza de la
contribuidores de Panam para agresin comunista desde el
,a Cruz Roja. Este." ______ -
Centro bsico de educacin
abrir en Mxico la UNESCO
para maestros de la Amrica
.___. ,____._. tudiante que obtiene el ndice
partidos moderados han fraca- du.ai^oj,IlcaclonM ma ait0 en!
la Facultad de Derecho.
sado. Guy Mollet dijo que le
contestara maana en la no-
che o el lunes.
Felicitamos al nuevo profe-
sional y esperamos que triunfe
en su carrera que hoy inicia.
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
York, Marzo 3. (USIS). Un
nuevo centro para adiestrar
especialistas latinoamericanos
en educacin fundamental se
iniciar a principios de ia
prxima primavera en Patz-
cuaro. Mxico, de acuerdo con
anucio hecho por la Organiza-
cin de las Naciones Unidas
para la Educacin, la Ciencia
y Cultura.
El centro de Patzcuaro. el
primero en su clase, es esta-
blecido por la Unesco y por la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
mericanos con la ayuda del go-
bierno mexicano.
El Dr. Guillermo Nannetti
jefe de la divisin de educa-
cin de la Unin Panamerica-
na en Washington, dijo que el
centro probablemente se abri-
r alrededor del primero de
mayo.
a
Al principio habr 50 estu-
diantes de Mxico y otras re-
pblicas americanas, becados
todos ellos por la Unesco. O-
tros cincuenta estudiantes po-
siblemente son enviados me-
diante becas otorgadas por los
respectivos gobiernos.
Sern adiestrados en este
centro ms de mil maestros la-
tinoamericanos, en tcnica de
educacin durante los prxi-
mos doce aos, segn loa pa-'
nes actuales.


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SBADO. MARZO Y, 1951
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PanamaAmrica
MARIO INDBPCNDICNTK
HARMODIO IU, OiRtCTO
tDITADO eO LA
IOITOIIA PANAMA AMMICA. . A.
xmceON* -740 IN SUS TALUDE rTUAOO IN fTA CIUDAO. CA' LI M. NO B7
EJEMPLOS DE DEMOCRACIA EN AMERICA
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por
ESTAMPAS
CARMEN DE ALONSO
En un agradable llbrito, ha
lle&ado a mis manos por In-
termedlo de un excelente ami- _
go e Ilustre escritor, un ma-ltiMfft CH8I1C6 06
"ojo de cuentos y estampas chl- < ""* vsa.v*. ?
lenas original de la escritora ,
Carmen de Alonso gff ^1101111113*10
El volumen apena alcan7.a
las setenta y untas pginas,
en tipo ocho slido, eso s, y
La enmienda Constitucional habr
de afectar el futuro de H. Truman
Se cree que ya no
Por JAY G. HAYDEN
(N.A.N.A.)
Frente a la desconfianza colectiva que en tier
to modo producen algunos gobiernos aiiiaioiidie* > de amaDie presentacin en
i Amrii-a anrtro la npran7H tn el triunlo dcfl- cuari.0. La impresin es exce-,
de Amerita surge la esperanza en vi ummu portada sencilla y del Washington. Mamo 3 nitivo del ideal poltico cuando el continente con-
templa torneos leedora les como los que se celebran
Jen la Repblica del Uruguay.
Anteayer tom posesin de la Presidencia el
I ciudadano que fue elegido por el pueblo en los co-
micios. Dentro de un pleno ambiente de libertad
que nadie intenta desvirtuar el conglomerado un-
ruavo dO SU ltima palabra manifestando SU VO- tras hispanoamericanas. Obtu-
f /, '. mi- vo el primer premio el ano pa-
Juntad soberana.
Es conveniente destacar estos hechos para }
buen gusto. Ofrece una buena |
leccin ese grupo de escritores
que capitanea las ediciones ' La-
Flor Nacional." Ha encontrado
un formato discretsimo y al
propio tiempo asequible a todos
los bolsillos. Se realiza asi una
hermosa tarea de divulgacin.
Carmen de Alonso no es un
nombre desconocido en las le-
prlmer preml
*ado en el Concurso
La votacin llevada a cabo
en el estado de Nevada el lu-
nes, la cual complet la rati-
ficacin de la enmienda cons-
titucional que le prohibe a
cualquier persona, despus de
Harry S. Truman, ocupar la
presidencia durante ms de ocho
aos, termin una disputa co-
menzada en 1787.
La convencin constituyente
de aquel ao cambi de pare-
cubano i cer cinco veces. Cinco veces
Hernndez Cata" con "Y ha-
ba luz de estrellas...", que se
incluye y da titulo al tomito
que acabo de leer. Se aaden
Petrleo y cancho
sacan los rusos
de varios pases
WASHINGTON, Marzo 3 lEPS)
Los rusos han logrado secar
de Austria petrleo por valor
de veinticinco millones de do-
larra, informa el representan-
te Mike Mansfield, miembro de
la comisin de relaciones ex-
teriores de la Cmara, quien
acaba de regresar de un vicie
de estudio por Europa occiden-
tal. Indica que los yacimientos
petroleros austracos son explo-
tados por los rusos, quien se
llevan ese producto a Europa
oriental, obligando a sus sat-
lites balcnicos a pagarlo a
precios bastante altos.
Mansfield agrega que |los ru-
suceslvas se pas lista duran-
te junio y Julio y otras tantas
prescribi un solo.periodo pre-
. sldencial de siete aos; des-
como su obra anterior dos li- cart la limitacin referrnie al
bros de cuentos ms. "Gleba" y periodo presidencial, cu rub '-
"Provena", y una novela, "An-' dolo por un periodo de seis aos dlr que utilizramos los servW
cas en la ciudad." I sin lmites por lo que u ... .11 clos de cualquier individuo que
Satisfece leer esta prosa de a la reeleccin, y volvi al pe-'
Carmen de Alonso. Es una pro-, rodo presidencial de siete anos.
sa rica. Jugosa, de un lxico sor- En aquel momento se nombro
prndente. Qu lejos Carmen! un comit especial que, en
de Alonso de esa premiosidad, I septiembre, recomend un pe-
de esa carencia de medios de 1 nodo de cuatro aos, sin li-
expresln. que tanto abunda en! mites en cuanto a la reelec-
la literatura novelesca hispa-, clon, que fu finalmente In-
noamericana! Cunta obra de corporado a la Constitucin,
calidad se ha frustrado merced! Los presidentes Washington
a la falta de dominio del idio- y Jefferson se combinaron por
cer periodo en 1796. aunque di-
Jo anteriormente que no vea
ninguna correccin en Impe-
( I/' w*. w.-i-- -----------------
en alguna gran emergencia fue-
se considerado umversalmente
mas capaz de servir al pblico."
P. D. Roosevelt hizo polvo la
tradicin de no postularse para
ms de dos periodos presiden-
cial consecutivos, triunfando
por tercera y cuarta vez, pero
con ello Roosevelt origin un
sentimiento popular que hizo
|UC
ios pueblos latinoamericanos no pierdan la fe en
el sistema democrtico porque pudieran acaso con-
siderar a ste como una utopa. Hay ejemplos en
nuestro continente y fuera de l que demuestran
en forma incontrovertible que la' vida democrtica
puede adquirir caractersticas de realidad. Y el Uru-
guay es uno de esos ejemplos magnficos de los cua-
les debemos sentirnos orgullosos todos los ciudada-
nos del continente.
Por desgracia, el modelo que ofrece la Rep-
blica Oriental no halla imitadores en determina-
dos pases en donde se impone la fuer/a de las ar-
mas para que permanezcan en el Poder individuos
que como una irona del destino ostentan el nombre
de Presidentes de Repblica.
La responsabilidad cvica del pueblo del Uru-
jjraay y la conducta de sus gobernantes deben ser-
vir de bandera y de estmulo a todas las Naciones
Americanas, porque la moral poltica que rige la
vida de ese pas es acreedora al respeto y a la ad-
miracin de todos. Igualmente se debe hacer con
los otros casos del hemisferio que representan prue-
bas de inconfundible democracia como el de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica.
Ojal que en las Conferencias Internacionales
Americanas la voz autorizada y moralizadora del
.Ameritan** w *"/. """" / j-,-,.io arryente, de una dignidad lite-
Uruguay hallara mejor ambiente, ror aesgram rarta indiscutible. Se justifica,.
*lln nn ha ido asi V cuando la delegacin de este se eligiera este cuento para el clones. Una fe en la vida, su-
elto no na sino wi y tua,,u" s < premio "Hernndez Cata" porigestlva. Aquella muchachita.
democrtico pas propone iormuias ae rwemwii |Cl jurado CUbano. i empleada en la hacienda, que ltimas semanas, seis las de
que el Congreso, con dos ter-
ina, a la ausencia de exacti-1 lo que se refiere a la tradicin ceras partes de los votos de sus
tud, a la dejadez y a la desi- i le Que no eligiese a la mls-
dla del escritor que hace de la ma persona para un tercer pe-
pobreza idlomtlca casi una vlr- rodo presidencial. Washington
tud a la que se suele deno- rehuso postularse para un ter-
mlnar sinceridad! Y, en rigor,
nada mis insincero que ese Un traspis humano, es un ca-
estrellarse contra el edificio del rcter. Rechaza todo, no admi-
Desean extraditar
a un soldado de/
Puerto Rico
sos mantienen unos diez mil
soldados en Austria y que una
rearada prematura de las tro-
pas norteamericana, "convertira
a ese pas en una segunda Co-
rea. Los rusos se muestran re-
nuentes a abandonar Austria
porque su ocupacin les resul-
ta muy provechosa- desde el
puni de vista econmico. Y a-
dems, utilizan a Viena ..jmo
una excelente base para ibie-
ner Informes acerca de lo que
pasa en el resto del mundo,
sin contar con que mantenin-
dose all pueden controlar mas
fcilmente toda la cuenca di 11 dades panameas.
Danubio.
El Fiscal lo. del Circuito, Lie.
Alejandro Cajar, se ha dirigi-
do al Ministerio de Gobierno y, .
Ji/sticla para conseguir la ex-ldas Pr los Pntos de 1?,aw.
Los rusos tienen
a su servicio a
pilotos alemanes
Por 8TE/FAN ANDREWS
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Mano 3 J$P)
1 servicio de informacin mi-
litar norteamericano ha reci-
bido noticias, de los aviadores
occidentales, de que los rusos
estn utilizando pilotos ale-
manes para los aviones que en-
van a Corea. Los norteame-
ricanos que lucharon contra 1 s
nazis dicen que las tcticas usa-
riae nnp Inc r\llntn Hp IOS a?rn-
planos rosos MIG son las mis-
mas empleadas por los nazis.
Los funcionarlos de la fuer-
za area norteamericana admi-
ten privadamente que todava
no se ha establecido oficlalmen-
El soldado Rodrguez fardo- te 'quines son los que mane-
El represente aade que hav na esta ldlpado de violacin jan ios nuevos aviones rusos
carnal, estando a cargo de la
tradicin del soldado portorri-
queo Braulio Antonio Rodri-
guez Cardona, de la Batera
D-764 de Ft. Clayton, y -se pon-
ga a las rdenes de las autorl-
\
un fuerte sentimiento "titoisU'
en las zonas bajo el dominio
sovitico, que crecera Induda-
blemente sf las tropas rusas
evacuaran Austria.
Por otra parte, se sabe que
Rusia Ist obteniendo enormes
cantidades de caucho en Mala-
ya. Recientemente, cinco bar-
investlgacln el Fiscal lo. del
Circuito.
El Comando del Ejrcito del
Caribe inform al Panam
America esta maana que to-
dava no ha recibido la peti-
cin de extradicin de Rodr-
guez Cardona ,
El portavoz agreg que R-
eos norteamericanos que fueron
all a cargar caucho volvieron i ~
vacos. Informando que era lm- los compradores rusos y sus sa-
posible competir con los pre- I tlites a los productores brlt-
cios en efectivo ofrecidos por' nicos.
de propulsin a chorro que han
aparecido en Corea, pero st
Inclinan a creer que no son pi-
lotos soviticos. ,
driguez Cardona, desde diciem-
bre del ao pasado ha venido
voluntariamente a Panam a
responder argos ante las auto-
ridades panameas, cada vea
que se ha hecho peticin ver-
bal para que comparezca.
Idioma porque no se conoce.
"Y haba luz de estrellas...''
es una preciosa estampa de chl-
lenidad. El ansia del hijo por
te concesiones. Al final cede
un lugar al recuerdo, a su des-
gracia Inconfesada y se sacri-
fica con alegra para admitir
el hijo mismo. El desprecio a la otra qu tambin tuvo su
pdr todo lo dems. Casi Inhu-1 tragedla sentimental pero cu-
mano, pero comprensible. El yo hijo vive. La fragua, el yun-
palsaje est pintado de mano que, el martillo, que constltu-
maestra. La psicologa de esa j-en la vida, vencen al hierro,
muchacha, de la Llamita, es a la venganza.
excepcional men 1 e sugestiva. Y
el dilogo. Una estampa fina,
atrayente, de una dignidad llte-
"El Regreso" para m, inte-
gra otro magnfico cuento. Hay
esa devocin por la carne que
impera en el manojo de narra-
miembros, y con tres cuartas
partes de los votos de los Es-
tados, buscara la ratificacin de
la actual enmienda a la Cons-
titucin.
A pesar, del claro comenta-
rlo hecho por el presidente Tru-
man con respecto a la enmien-
da, que "la misma no se re-
fiere a mi", observadores poli-
ticos enterados creen casi en su
totalidad que dicha enmienda
ha terminado con cualquier
oportunidad de Truman haya
podido tener de ser renoml-
nado. Esto es as porque la li-
mitacin que se refiere a los
dos perodos fu adoptada prin-
cipalmente por los demcratas
descontentos con la adminis-
tracin de Truman. De las doce
Legislaturas estatales que rati-
ficaron la enmienda durante la
nnlti.n nara las naciones del continente la accin! Siguen a "Y habia luz de es-recibe al patrn miedosa y ale-' Arkansas. Georgia. Nuevo M-
puuiirt P- -*_ l .nttotia rl Iok ''ellas..." dos estampas ms.gre, triunfa por su calor de xico, Carolina del Norte, Ten-
rapida de los que representan la anilieMS ue 10 muy chllena8 y muy logradas, carne. nessee y Texas tienen gran
li* ue sustentan los gobiernos del UrufUay Se titulan Desencanto" y "Des-1 En-.resumen: es1-
j 11 J l nnniwUitnc Af una idea M- Pecho." "Desencanto" es una'o-estas estampas
4de el logro de los propsitos de una iae jestampa de mar mar agltad0 lott s[ preiiere el
na. ?4o faltan argumentos de estrecha y anacrnica i mundo de pescadores. La pro-
oberana absoluta que invocan quienes no respe-
tan la verdadera soberana interna constituida por
la voluntad de sus pueblos.
Pero an cuando la tesis del Uruguay no siem-
pre triunfa en las Asambleas Interamericanas es
evidente que constituye por s sola una clarinada
de libertad v una ansia de superacin poltica que
no solamente prestigia al pas que la propone sino
a todo un continente, concebido como pueblo, que
sabe apreciar los valores del espritu y que sabe
defender con gallarda sus derechos polticos._____
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
tu seccln daremos ahiaa a M4as aquellas cartas
que e nos dirijan, wbre tpico de Intere renerai
qur no **an demasiad' tenas
1 agonista descubre que su ma-
rido la engaa y disimula y
miente cerca de l, quiz sa-
tisfecha de que el hombre es
suyo, talvez convencida de qie
la mayor venganza es creer
en su mentira, seguir en la no-
che, hmeda de lluvia, apoya-
da en su brazo.
"Despecho" tiene algo de a-
rma feudal. Se siente la es-
tampa nueva estampa y no
cuento en la hacienda, en-
tre los trigales. El seor hace
el amor a la mujer del moli-
nero. Y ella gusta de aquel amor
menos zafio, quiz falso, pero
que complace su vanidad y su
carne.
Pienso que los dos ltimos
trabajos del llbrito si son au-
tnticos cuentos. Ni "La Esfin-
ge" ni "El Regreso" se quedan
en estampas.
"La Esfinge" es fuerte, agrio.
Aquella mujer que ha tenido
. una hija, nacida muerta, y que
cantina Doc v otro amigo d..l mas larae recoge a una chi-
! chofer que Iba dentro del ca- quina qUe da 1 mismo traspis,
Panam, 27 de Febrero de 1 rro declar que le fallaron los: -----------------------,--------------------
r,1 cidets here since Tuesday'. j0 smith para disculpar su Septiembre a Diciembre at
fue reitere a mi persona v imprudencia!^porque a pesar ^ ano Prox-pasado una mmen,
que por lo inexacta me veo que el accidente ocurri en te- cantidad de toncos, pa;ios y
en la necesidad de rectificar rr|,orio panameo el herido! oda clase de Bd1i8P"d,_1st' qS!
para la correcta informacin fui trasladado a Fort Claytoh las olas arrwtraron Mata U
ge los lectores. y no ha sido presentado ante arena. Dichos palos se ha _
las autoridades uanamrnas a drido y un mosquero a®*
11 accidente .utomoyistlcc *!ldr\nd'g^riaP No es ele,"' do a unan ^'dez Inaguanta-
a que se refiere la noticia no d ^ B fuese arrM. b es hacen Invlvlble el am-
Me motivado por mi sino por; tad0 en La Chorrera; yo mis- b ente a los vecinos de dicha
estos cuentos
y estos cuen-
lector d({
Carmen de Alonso demuestran
una senda segura en la lite-
ratura hispanoamericana. Y lle-
van la gracia, el tesoro, del idio-
ma, de la riqueza del Idioma.
Acontece al leer estas produc-
ciones de Carmen de Alonso,lo
que cuando se leen las nove-
las de Eduardo Barrios: que se
paladea el milagroso secreto
musical del castellano. Y ello
en Chile es corriente.
No olvidemos esta senda chi-
lena. Felicitemos a Carmen de cer periodo para
Alonso. man.
mayora demcrata en ambas
cmaras. En Indiana y en Ney
vada. la Cmara de Represen-
tantes es demcrata, pero el
Senado es republicano. La C-
mara de Utah tiene tantos de-
mcratas como republicanos,
controlando ambas cmaras.
Apenas parece concebible que
los estados que han aprobado
abrumadoramente la prohibi-
cin de que nadie se postule pa-
ra ms de dos periodos presi-
denciales consecutivos, vayan a
oponerse a la regla que la mis-
ma establece, favorable un ter-
el Sr. Tru-
NA ACLARACIN
playa, a la voz que dichos
mosquitos constituyen un pe-
ligro para la salud de los mo-
radores de ese lugar.
Antes, un empleado de sani-
dad se pasaba todo un dia re-
cogiendo palos y formando
montaas con ellos, que luego
les prenda fuego, y la marea
se llevaba las cenizas, pero ha-
ce como o meses que dicho
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
Mm raW A StmUi.. fari rhi**y DMki, Kilawi. SmUtrn
la he presentado.
Francisco Delgado K
el cabo Jos.-pn Leroy Smith nU) fu a denur,clar el caso y
del Ejrcito Norteamericano, terminada la Investigacin
de 24 aos de edad, quien ie! preliminar se me permiti re-
tom prestado con engao ui gresar a mi casa,
carro a un compaero de pa- DeUd. atento servidor,
nanda n la Chorrera y se di- j. Noriega
rigi de la cantina Docs Place --------
: a la cantina El Encanto. ;.'.'i ustin SANITARIA
las cercanas de la poblacin 1
cerca de la cual choc conmi- Panam, Febrero 29 de 1951
fio Segn inioiiix's de la Pu-| Seor Director: Ruego a
lea del Transito el caboUd. Insertar en su acreditado empleado no se ve por am. ei-
Bmith, sin licencia, manejaba diarlo este comentario sobre tando pues la situacin com?
fe velocidad exagerada con una i un asunto sanitario que es de
man fuera de la puerta rz- linteres general. En la playlta
quiera del carro y me choc
' a dos pies dentro de mi mano.
Yo me diriga hacia el Inte-
, rlor y l venia en sentido con-
trario a tal velocidad que des-
pus de haberle arrancado el
uardafango de atrs ique no
pareci esa noche segn la
distancia a que fu tirado a
mi carro y haberle partido la
? defensa trasera, con la rueda
delantera atravesada, corno
ms de 400 pies, rompi me-
dia docena de postes y 4 l-
neas de alsmbre de pas de la
^^Bja de un potrero vecino y
fu a parar como a 150 pies
dentro de ste en la mano
contraria eomo a 100 pies de
^1 carretera.
Begun la misma fuente, mi
[carro par dentro de su ma-
^^76 pies del lugar del ae-
E! amigo de Smith,
del cano, declar qu
de darle el carro haban
}q lomando cereza en U
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SBADO. MARZO 1. 1MV
WL PANAMA AMERICA MARIO fNDKPENDIBNTE
PAGINA
I -
En ma mudanza le
roban artetitos a
Albert* Ddgaao
El Sr. Alberto Delgado presen-,
t un denunci ante la Polica
Secreta Nacional por el robo de
una mquina de escribir porttil
marca L. C. Smith Corona, un
radio Weatlnghouse de 5 tubos.
y una plancha elctrica marca
Slex.
Explic el Sr. Delgado que
contrat los servicios de una
empresa local de mudanza* pa-
ra que cambiara a sus enseres
desde la Calle Estudiante a la
Calle 17 Oeste o. 45. en donde
lr>-> a Piar su nueva residencia.
Durante la mudanra. Delga-
do not la desaparicin de' una.
estatua de metal, por lo que la
reclam a los empleados de la
mmoaia. entregndosela uno
tie sros diciendo que l crea
oue Delgado no quera la esta-
tua.
Cuando Delgado lleg' a su
nueva residencia, not que la
puerta estaba abierta, notando
la desaoarlclon de los artculos i
nrrlba mencionados. Segn de-
c'.aracin de una empleada de
Delgado, ella pudo ver a varios
de los empleados de la compa-
a de mudanza rondando por
la residencia poco antes de co-
metido el robo.
La Polica Secreta est ade-
lantando la s Investigaciones
para dar con los autores de di-
cho robo. El valor total de los
artculos robados es de B.104.00.
Los sobrinos de la
vecina le robaron
un prendedor
El Sr. Jorge Fauler. residente
en la Calle 22 Este bis No. 12,
denunci esta maana en la Po-
lica Secreta la prdida de un
prendedor de corbata avaluado
en B.30.00.
Explic el Sr. Pauler que "l
sospecha de los sobrinos de una
vecina que vive en el cuarto
contiguo al de l, ya que el en-
trepao que divide los dos cuar-
toc.es sumamente bajo. Adems
regn Investigaciones realizadas
por l, el entrepao muestra
huellas de personas que se han
descolgado por l. Creyendo que
son los sobrinos de la vecina.
Dice el Sr. Fauier que en va-
rias ocasiones l ha notado que
personas se han descolgado por
cieno entrepao, habiendo lla-
mado la atencin de la vecina
y que ayer pudo notar la desa-
paricin de dicho prendedor de
corbata, .por lo que ha presen-
tado formal denuaclo ante la
Polica Secreta.
I'
i No Oye Bien!
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* podian or bien y qua litaban
caal ordo debido a tarro n al
odo, ahora nUn hiriendo I* for-
tunada diKublerta do SPANTKX.
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I tic tie da un ralo] una ddtincla.
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firmiel hoy ralirao. Vea 1*
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SBADO, MARZO S. 1M1
Se ha iniciado la cosecha de la sal en el pas
Dentro de pocos das estarn
a la venta miles de quintales
para acabar con los abusos
Se espera que los aguajes del mes de Marzo den
la produccin calculada
SANTIAGO, Marzo 3. (Co-
rresponsal). Se ha inicia-
do con todo entusiasmo la co-
secha de cal en el Distrito de
Agudulce. la cual se espera que
ascender a miles de quintales
a pesar oe que las lluvias ve-
raneras bajaron una de las
cosechas ms grandes que se
esperaban. Los salineros de A-
g-uadulce, despus de los agua-
ceros recientes se vieron obli-
gados a achicar los destajos y
a arreglarlos, para no perder
la cosecha de sal.
Se nos ha informado asi-
mismo que si el verano permi-
te secar los destalos que se
puedan llenar con los aguajes.
de marzo es muy posible que
las cosechas lleguen las ci-
fra* que se esperaban.
6e comenta aflu que al ini-
ciarse la cosecha de sal y con
la que el agropecuario ha Im-
portado, millares de quintales
estarn en el mercado duran-
te los prximos dias. ponien-
do asi (in a la especulacin
que los acaparadores de sal ve-
nan efectuando e perjuicio
de lo: pufglos interioranos, ya
que la sal negra, se est ven-
diendo en esta localidad a
diez centavos libra.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Misin Agrcola hace recorrido
por las poblaciones .del Interior
En las escuelas
se impartirn
enseanzas
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HORIZONTALES:
1Nmero.
4Recipientes para lquidos.
9Altar.
10Rece.
13Estudio de la moral.
.14Movimiento nervioso,
"l*Relativo al nombre.
17Obra, trabajo.
19Para engarzar los botones.
20 Extremidad de los hombres.
JlDogal.
23Entretener, divertir.
27Avarienta.
29Semilla aromtica.
30Infusin.
81Indica repeticin.
32Nombre indio de una
ciudad chilena.
34Hijo de No
35Preposicin Inseparable.
36Repetido, enfermedad.
37Sucesin de olas.
39Oficinas de notarios.
42Letra castellana, Pl.
43Rio de Egipto, Inv.
44Representacin mental de '
alguna cosa.
44Imperativo de parar. '
48Medidas de peso.
61Ave trepadora.
52Arboles olmceos.
54Desinencia de los quebrados.
55Del verbo salir.
65Del verbo sonar.
57Igualdad de nivel.
VERTICALES
1Tratamiento espaol.
2Metal precioso.
8Trigo descortezado. Pl.
4Conducto menor de la
sange.
5Amrrala.
Rio de Espaa.
7Dialecto provenzal.
8Relativo a Satn.
9Espeluznante.
10Del verbo rer
11Adverbio de lugar.
18Parte de los animales.
18Semilla aromtica,
20Lista tn los restaurantes.
21Pieza de vestir masculina.
22Relativo a las ovejas.
24Abuelita.
25Del verbo atajar.
26Del verbo remar.
28Sobrecogidos de fri.
33Irlanda. -
34Molusco comestible, PJ.
36 Proyectil.
38Enterarse de lo escrito.
40Lugar para los toros an las
plazas de lidia.
41Ciudad antigua de Fenicia.
45Del verbo dar.
46Valle de Espaa.
47Nombre de mujer.
48Quiera.
49La primera mujer.
50Peticin de auxilio.
53Liga Universitaria. Inc.
SIHITION DP 4.TER
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SAN CARLOS, Marzo 3. (Co-
rresponsal). Hoy hicieron
visita a la comunidad de El
Higo, comprensin de este dis-
trito, las altas autoridades del
Hervido Cooperativo Interamc-
ricano (jue auspicia el Gobier-
no Norteamericano y que tra-
bajar conjuntamente con el
Ministerio de Educacin. Esta
institucin desarrollar una
gran parte dI Punto Cat-V."
del Plan Truman en asocio dei
Instituto Iniei americano.
La directora de la Escuela,
SU. Mari Concapcin Berual,,
algunas maestras residentes
ala y loa miembros de la So-
ciedad Agrcola denominada
"Futuros Agricultores" los cua-
les se encontraban recibiendo
enseanzas prcticas de alfa-
rera bajo la direccin de la
Sta. Diana chiarl, especialista
en artes manuales y de la Sta.
Ofelia Hooper, Tcnica en A-'
grlcultura, se encargaron ele
prestar las atenciones a los
ilustres visitantes.
El Director de Educacin Ru-
ral del Servicio Opoperativo
Interamericano Dr. J. Orinnal,
vino acompaado de los seo-
res Samuel Chesnutt, Especia-
lista en Educacin Agrcola,
Mis Jessie Taylor, Especialis-
ta en Educacin Elemental,
Miss Bllgh DesBrisay. Especia-
lista en Pequeas Industrias, y
el Dr. Butterfieid, recin lle-
gado de Washington; los fun-
cionarios americanos y pana-
meos recorrieron los terrenos
donde se desarrollan con todo
xito los experimentos agrco-
las que patrocina el Departa
ment de Agricultura.
El Dr. John B. Orinnal, ma-
nifest que esa institucin da-
r Instrucciones agrcolas, uti-
lidad domstica e industrial a
todas las escuelas de esa Zo-
na y que la base de esas ope-
raciones se establecer en El
Higo y que cada especialista
americano trabajar conjunta-
mente con un tcnico paname-
o. Los funcionarios america-
nos hicieron elogios de los tra-
bajos agrcolas de El Higo, asi
como tambin de la estrecha
cooperacin ofrecida por los
progresistas moradores de tse
pintoresco lugar.
LA BIBLIOTECA DE SAN CARLOS.La Biblioteca da San
Carlos fu victima de las llamas hace aproximadamente tres
aos y cunea se haba logrado que se atendiera a su recons-
truccin. En el mes de Abril del pasado ao la actaal Ad-
ministracin inici los trabajos de reconstruccin de dicha
biblioteca que se lograron terminar. El trabajo lo Inaugur
el Dr. Arnulfo Arias a principios del mes de Septiembre.
Muere atropellada la seora
Olivia Muoz Vda. de Sandoval
y perece ahogado Luis Flores
Aguadulce fue el lugar escogido como teatro de
estos dos trgicos sucesos
'*" AGUADULCE, Marzo I. fCo-ida eterno llanto. Pereci alo-
rresponsal). Teatro de su ce-1 gado hoy en las playas de El
sos trgicos est siendo Agua- Salado el Sr. Luis Flores em-
dulce. Hace tres dias fu a-1 pleado de la cervecera Naclo-
tropellada mortalmente la se- i nal Agencia de Aguadulce,
ora Olivia Muoz vda. de | An se desconocen los detalles
Sandoval, eficiente educadora '.alrededor de este Infausto a-
qultn deja un hogar cubierto' contecimlento.
Levantadas
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A LOS CORRESPONSALES
Se ruega a nuestros corresponsales ser
breves en sus informaciones, pues debido al
poco espacio con que contamos nos ser-im-
posible insertar sus noticias a tiempo.
Frecuentemente levantada o mlo-
clonet nocturna, ardor n loa con-
ductos, residuo blanquecino an la
orina, dolor en la base da la espina
nal, en la Infla o las sismas, nsr-
iealdad. atbllliad. prdida al vigor
sasacullno, son causados por altana
etaferrataa* 4 la Prosf.t. rara
llvlsr satos trastornos y ayudar a
devolver rpidamente su aalud. prueba
el nuevo tratamiento cientfico lla-
mado Rogona. No Importa cuan anti-
guo sea su sufrimiento, Regens la
ayudara a revtforlrar su glndula
Cro.ttlra y har sentirse bien. Ob-
lata Roasna en cualuulsr farmacia,
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recurso: ms de B/. 583,00090O0.O0
Transacciones Bancadas en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
8UCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
\o Esp+cialiramoi en el Financiamiento d
f
Importacin** y Exportaciones
SANIDAD RURAL Y AGRICULTURA
NOTA: Este ser un nue-
vo servicio permanente que
establecer esta Pgina del
Interior de "El Panam-Am-
rica", para beneficio de los
productores agrcolas del pas.
Ser un servicio de inter-con-
sulta mutua. Cualquier arti-
culo que usted lea y consi-
dere importante que nuestros
campesinos conoscan su fen-
o, recrtalo y envelo a "Kl
anama-America." El Lie.
Guillermo E. Beleo C, lo es-
Aguadulce, Feb. 2g de 1951
Sr. Guillermo E. Beleo C.
Pgina del Interior de
EJ, PANAMA-AMERICA
Panam
Sr. Beleo
De acuerdo con su Importan-
te columna de nter-consulta
sobre problemas agrcolas y su-
pongo que avcolas tambin, de-
seo consultarle a los tcnicos
del pas lo siguiente: Qu me-
dicinas se deben aplicar a las
tudiar y har un extracto
o resumen para conocimiento
de nuestros lectores. Dse*
usted saber algo sobre algn
problema agrcola? Enve su
pregunta y se la publicare-
mos. Estados seguros que los
tcnicos agrcolas e industria-
les del pas se interesaran
por contestarla y asi, poco a
poco, estableceremos un s-
lido sistema inter-consulta
mutua en asuntos de agricul-
tura y sanidad rural.
que son muy comunes en estos
animales y que se les denomi-
na, viruela y moquillo?
Con mis gradas anticipadas,
quedo de Ud. Atto y S. S.
Alfonso Pino.
gallinas en las enfermedad** Agricultura?
Esperamos que los tcnicos a-
grcolas y veterinarios de nues-
tro pas nos enven pronto la
respuesta al tan interesado Sr.
Alfonso Pino, de Aguadulce.
Qu dicen los del Ministerio de
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Ordena un alerta
la Confederacin
Obrero Campesina
COMUNICADO
La ms grande agrupacin
obrera campesina de la Rep-
blica obrera campesina de la
Repblica de Panam, compites
ta por la Federacin Agrcola
de Panam, Coln y Cocl, U-
nlflcacln de Aarlcultores de
Agricultores de Arraljn y la
federacin de Sindicatos In-
dependientes, y en nombre del
Comit Eecutlvo que lo inte-
gran ordenamos un ALERTA a
nuestras cincuenta organiza-
ciones afiliadas.
Casi todos, deben haberse
dado cuenta, que hay una a-
grupacin sindical que est lla-
mado a un Congreso para el
proximo mes de Abru. y que
varios de sus agente* ae lla-
man de relaciones del Obrero
Campesino, nombre que bajo
un punto de vista haee com-
prometer a cualquier de nues-
tras agrupacin* a asistir en-
gaadas a es* Congreso.
Por eso comunicamos ste
alerta, para que estn al tan.o
de todos esos movimientos, qut
les podran ser perudlclal.
En nombre de la Confedera-
cin Obrera Campesina de ,a
Repblica de Panam, inspira-
da en lo* ms sano* Ideal**
de salvaguardar loa intereses
de la clase tragajador. sin
poltica partidarista perjudi-
cial, ordenamos que las agru-
paciones afiliadas se abaten-
gan de asistir a Congreso al-
guno por ahora.
Por el Comit Ejecutivo,
Vctor A. Coche.
Secretario 0*neral de la
C. O. C. R. P.
Lea "El Aviso Oportunn"
Cuanto
ms fuerte
el ave
Mejor ser
su canto
NT O
enen
rft*
fM**S
p.r. cantor* .!'-
y nueva l
impure" &+
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COLON. CONCEPCIN. DAVID. OCU, PENONOME,
PUERTO ARMUELLES. SANTIAGO Y LAS TABLAS.
Corresponsal*' n la principal** plazas del Exterior.
Est tn condicin** de prestir toda das* d*
'vicio* bancarios.
Hay problemas
con el Director
de Palmas Bellas
COLON. Mareo 3 (RCS).
Enorme excitacin hay en Pal-
ma* Bellas por 1 persecusin
politica en que se ha declara-
do el Director de la Escuela
Tefilo Diaz Mel. Numerosas
personas vecinas de la mencio-
nada poblacin se acercaron a
nuestra redaccin a solicitar
proteccin por medio de nuestro
acreditado peridico, informn-
donos que era sta la ltima
decisin que tomaran -porque
en varias ocasiones se habian
dirigido al inspector y Minis-
terio de Educacin pero que
haban hecho caso omiso de
sus querelles. Sigui diciendo
uno de nuestro* visitantes:
El Ministerio de Educacin
ser el nico responsable de
cualquier Incidente que en es-
ta poblacin se registre, por lo
que el pueblo lanzar un ma-
nifiesto al pas para Informar
libremente a todos los hijos
de la repblica las Irregulari-
dades del Director Mel. Noso-
tros continuaron diciendo es-
tamos dispuestos a respaldar a
la maestra Viviana O. de Ce-
ballos y a el Corregir Lucas
aaribaldy, por ser hijos del
pueblo y persona* flue dan cr-
dito a los puesto* que ocupan.
' -" II Illa s
Habr baile hoy por
la noche en Club
de La Chorrera
El Club Orqudea tendr esta
noche en el Baln Orqudea, de
La Chorrera, frente al Parque
Central un reglo baile ameni-
zado por la popular Orquesta
del Profesor Marcelino Alva-
rez.
Como Invitadas especiales a-
sistlrn las candldatas al Rei-
nado del Azuero, acompaadas
por sus respectivos comits de
propaganda y damas simpati-
zantes.
Por los preparativos que se
adelantan promete ser un xi-
to, anotndose asi otro hit los
jvenes componentes del Club
Orqudea.
Hay inconformidad
con proyectada
feria en Coln
COLON, Marzo 3 (RCShEn-
trevista sostenida por este Co-
rresponsal con miembros de di-
ferentes lugares de nuestra po-
blacin agrcola, han expresa-
do su inconformidad con la se-
gunda feria. Dicen: que nume-
rosos factores les impiden to-
mar participacin en las ex-
hibiciones, teniendo como pri-
mer obstculo el lugar escogido
para la misma; y que de efec-
tuarse en dicho lugar sus pro-
ductos slo llegarn a ser "fi-
guras decorativas" en la pro-
yectada feria del "relleno."
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
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da* MWM eriediatlca*. Oche*
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primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
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BODA SALAZAR-RODRIGUEZ En el templo de San Fran-
cisco contraern matrimonio a las seis de la tarde de boy dos
jvenes distinguidos de eata sociedad, la seorita Gloria del
Rosario Rodriguez, hija del Dr. Manuel Felipe Rodrguez (Leo-
Bardo) q.e.p.d., y Doa Mercedes Byne, y don Luis Napolen
Salarar, hijo de don Luis C. Salaiar y doa K te vina M. de
Salazar.
Impartir la bendicin nupcial el R. Padre Florentino
Ideate y apadrinarn la ceremonia, don Abilio Bellido y Sra.,
Luis C. Salazar y Sra., don Juan Mndez y Sra., don Ra-
don
ael A. Vzquez y Sra., don Jos Zardn y Sra.. Lie. Jorga
driguei R. y Sra., don Rubn D. Salazar y Sra-, don Silvio
Salazar y doa Beln vda. de Salazar, y don Carloa A. Rodr-
guez y doa Rosa L. vda. de Rivera.
Ljz novia lucir una bella creacin de satn y encaje,
obra de las hbiles manos de doa Griielda M. de Valds; el
velo de tul de ilusin con cofia de encajes y adornos de aza-
hares, confeccionado por la Srita. Camila Gutzmer, lucir la
novia un ramo de (Jadilas y azucenas del Jardn Berta. Su
dama de honor os la Srta. Doris M. So tillo, quien ir acom-
paada del caballero don Juan C. Mndez.
Las graciosas niitas Irene y Yolanda Mora y Elsa Elena
e Ileana Molino llevarn la cola y regar flores al paso del
cortejo nupcial la niita Elba Lucrecia Daz. Portar los ani-
llo el nio Rubn D. Salasar Jr., y las arras el nio Euclides
Saavedra Jr.
Terminada ia ceremonia religiosa los tos de la novia, don
Abilio Bellido y Sra., recibirn a sus invitados en su residen-
cia. El Cake de Novia es obra digna de la habilidad y gusto
artstico ed doa Rosario J. de Myers.
Los esposos Salazar-Rodrguez partirn para la vecina
Repblica de Costa Rica a disfrutar su luna de miel.
Al consignar tan grato acontecimiento, formulamos nues-
tros ms sinceros votos por la felicidad del hogar que hoy
inician tan apreciados jvenes.
Buffet
En honor de S. E. el Emba-
jador de Oran Rretaa en el
Ecuador, seor J. E. M- Car-
vell quien se encuentra de pa-
so en nuestra capital, el Con-
sul de Orn Bretaa seor
Alexander Henry Baxter y se-
ora ofrecieron el jueves un
guffet en su residencia.
Almuerzo en el Golf
Para despedir a la seora
Alice de (Jox quien regresa
prximamente a los Estados
Unidos, la seora Hilda P. de
Arlas ofreci hoy un almuer-
io en el Club de Golf.
Almuerzo campestre
La seora Cecilia P. de Re-
mn y la seorita Quico Re-
mn ofrecieron el jueves un
almuerzo campestre en Cer-
meo, para agasajar a las se-
oritas Marina y Esperanza
Araz, quienes se encuentran
pasando una corta temporada
en Panama.
Comida en El Panam
Los miembros del Club de
Oficiales de Albrook Field y
sus esposas, ofrecen esta no-
che una comida en la Terra/a
Bella Vista del hotel "El Pa-
nam".
Matrimonio Tapia-Velarde
A las siete de la maana de
hoy, contrajeron matrimonio
en la Ig-iesia de San Francis-
co, la seorita Emma Velar-
de, hija de la seora Mara
A. vda. de Velarde, y el Dr.
Arturo Tapia o hijo de la se-
ora Lola C. de Tapia. Apa-
drinaron la ceremonia don Ho-
racio Velarde, doa Maria A.
de Velarde, don Efran Alva-
rez y seora Melaica V. de Al-
varez, don Horacio Daz G-
mez, seorita Graciela Velar-
de, Dr. Braulio Pozo Daz y
seora Josefina Pozo Daz, Dr.
Octavio Vallarino, doa Ceci-
lia P. de Remn, Dr. Samuel
Velarde, seorita Berta Reyna,
Lie. Gonzalo Tapia o seora
doa Lola C. de Tapia, don
Roberto F. Chiari, doa Luz
Graciela Ch. de Garcia de Pa-
redes, Dr. Jos Maria Nez,
Con motivo de celebrar su pri-
mer cumpleaos, las graciosa ni-
ita Benedicta del Carmen Prez,
hija del seor Agustn Prez B. y
la seora Manuela M. Chang de
Prez, recibir una fiestecita en
la residencia de sus padres, ya
que tal acontecimiento ir acom-
paado del bautizo de la graciosa
niita.
Esto en Panam
Lleg anoche
Las seoras Magdalena de
Pezet y Nora P. de Beott han
trasladado su residencia a la
Calle fl No. 38, en donde se P||II**Wj^IVor^
ponen a las rdenes dt sus B1DIIO|zSCOIOgO
amistades. ^
Bodas de Plata
Nuestras congratulaciones
zra el seor Jos Mara Her-
ndez y seora Silvia de
Len de Hernndez, quienes
celebran en esta fecha sus bo-
das de plata.
doa Isabel I. de Chan is, D.
Arlstbulo Carrizo y seora Jil-
ma Raquel de Carrizo, don
Bernardo Crdenas, doa Tita
de Romagoza, don Carlos Ta-
pia U. y seora Candelaria Ta-
pia de Tapia, don Jos Anto-
nio Bermdez, doa Elena A-
dr Tapia, Lie. Mario de Obal-
da y doa Aura L. de Vallari-
no.
Luci la novia una elegante
comecclon de Modas Fernn-
dez, de satn con incrustacio-
nes de encaje. Fu su dama de
honor la seorita Carmen Li-
lia Herrera, a quien acompa-
el caballero Jorge Soto Mo-
rales.
Despus de la ceremonia re-
ligiosa la madre de la novia
ofreci un desayuno en el Club
de Golf.
Formulamos votos por la fe-
licidad de los contrayentes de
hoy, y que Dios derrame so-
bre ellos sus mltiple bendi-
ciones.
El Sr. Paul E. Bixler, gerente
de exportacin de la Ca.
EfJER. artculos de ploaicria
de primera calidad, ea Ford
City, EE. UU., se encuentra en
ota. Se puede localizar al
Sr. Bixler en la Ca. Ameri-
cana de Ventas, con sus ofi-
cinas en Ave. Central IS1,
TO. Z-M8S.
Cnsul de la Argentina en Pa-
nam, quien acompaada de
sus nios regres ayer v- una
temporada pasada en jenos
Aires.
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un cordial sa-
ludo de bienvenida a la seo-
ra Matilde de Basualdo, espo-
sa del seor Luis E. Basualdo
Regres ayer de Buenos Aires
la seora Betty de Gay espo-
sa del seor Camilo J. Gay,
Segundo Secretario de la Em-
bajada Argentina. La saluda-
mos cordlalmente.
Para Venezuela
Sigui hoy para Venezuela,
acompaada de su nio, la se-
ora Julieta D. de carrasco,
esposa del Conusl de Panama
en Maracalbo. La despedimos.
Para el Interior
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital
regres ayer a David la seo-
ra Graciela A. de Araz. La
despedimos.
Para Taboga
Siguieron ayer para Taboga
en donde pasarn varios dias
de descanso el seor Carlos A-
g us tin Arlas y seora Nanl
deseamos.
Grata estada le deseamos a !a
seora Analida G. de Thayer,
quien acompaada de sus ^li-
nos sigui para Taboga en
donde permanecer durante
varias semanas.
LE PICA?
-a cabera? El cuerpo? Ea loi pii Bi
norroidfir Fura ti le pica o le arde, r
onde sea, ntele PIOJINA. Pojina calan
icasnaes, arslores y eropciares'. 4e*frur
trilitos en la cabera y otras partas de
lerp*; ejestrira smpnllss y rajsduraa ei
> alea. Cempra PIOJINA em lu Utict-
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos
a la seora Hilda P. de Quin-
tero, quien guarda cama en 1
Hospital panam-
Abandonan al hospital
Completamente restablecida
abandon el Hospital Panam
la seora Raquel de Diaz Go-
mez. Nos'alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos el
restablecimiento de S. E. el
Embajador de Nicaragua, seor
Eloy Snchez, quien abandon
ayer la Clnica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Seorita Mara L. de Cle-
ment, Zenobia F. de Rodri-
Juez, seorita Mara Dutary
Iba. eorlta Marta Mastella-
r, seor Federico Humbert, se-
or Stan ton Brown, seor Ra-
mn Valds G, nia Mariela
Ester Nicosia Vives, nio Juan
Ramn Vallarino Lpez-
Cumpleaos de maana
Seora Abigail B. de Prez,
seorita Vanessa Batista 1",
seorita Gloria Elena Royo,
nio Jimmy Lima, nio Rlcar
do Carbellini.
Est entre nosotros, por algu-
no, das, el seor don Carlos Vc-
tor Pcnna, Ae la Biblioteca del
Estado Mayor General del Minis-
terio de Marina de la Rep. Argen-
tina. Profesor de la Materia en el
Curso de Bibliotecologie de la Es-
cuela del Servicio Social del -Mu-
sco Social Argentino. Jefe del Ca-
tlogo Centralizado y del Servi-
cio de fotodupljcasiones del Ins-
tituto Bibliotecolgico de la Uni-
versidad de Buenos Aires. En su
honor el Comit Nacional Pro Bi-
bliotecas y lo* Bibliotecarios de
la Universidad y de la Biblioteca
Nacional preparan un interesan-
te programa que culminar con la
conferencia que dictar tao ilus-
tre visitante m la Biblioteca Na-
cional, el lunes 5 de marzo a las
Observe listad coate sus nios ere-
can llenos de vitalidad y de energa.
Asegurse de que eeoe hombres y
mujeres e otoara tengan buena
alimentacin. La Crema de Trigo
a nutritiva, delioioaa y fcil de di-
gerir. A sus nios lea guatar-y i
usted tambin. za a>. u o a*.
Acepta Rusia una
invitacin para
reunin importante
MOSC, Marzo 3 (UP)El
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res del Soviet Andrei Gromyko
acept las Invitaciones de las
tres potencias oceldentslez en
notas enviadas a los embaja-
dores poco despus de las 3 da
la tarde <7 a.m. este*.
Gromyko se entrevist con loo
tres embajadores a intervalos
de veinte minutos. El embaja-
dor francs dijo posterlormen-
te que l ha recibido aplicacio-
nes para 17 visas de rusos que
quieren ir a Paris. La lista in-
cluye lo cancilleres del Minis-
tro de Relaciones Estertores,
Victor Likhachev, Michael Ori-
banov y Nikolai Koshevnlkov,
31 primer secretarlo Karp Sta-
rlkov y el segundo secretarlo
Vladimir Lavrov.
' de la trale.
El Prefrzor Penoa viene de La
Habana. Coba, a tiende fu invi-
tado a dictar una serle de confe-
rencias sobre su ezpecializacin y
regresar a la Argentina me y
Ereate, ne sin antes visitar las B-
liotrca Nacionales de otros pa-
ses del Sor. Grata estada le de-
seamos entre nosotros.
A MI NO ME
ENGAAN..
A zsl atad, la vida zsa ha ensena*
sjo uauta cuanlsi cosas ... como
pudo descubrir mi bija.
A. poco da casara con Luis me
Invitaron a au cats, a tomar. Co-
menz la comida por una sopa do
pollo ion tallarn*!. Eataba d*H-
atoaiaima y asi aa lo dija. "Paro
a ail no ano afeitas", hubo do
decirle "Eata Sapa da Polio
con Tallarn*! Campbell's. Nohira
ma qua probar loa tiernoa troaos
da pollo y toa axquiaitoa tallarn!.
.ue por ciarlo loa rucan con hua-
ro, y l aabrosisimo caldo, para
avenzuar qua no podia ear rano
Campbtll's."
Tiene* raznana explic mi hija
. Campbell'a haca asta aopa con
Hamos y carnoaos polloa. Adems
la Sopa da Pollo con Tallarinas
Campbell a facilsima da pro-
parar. Baata atrasar itval canti-
dad da agua, ealaetar, ir a la
I
EL CONCESIONARIO
CONOCE MEJOR
SU FORD
B Concesionario Ford conoce los pro-
ductos Ford como la pblma de tu mano. Y
as lgico qua portnos que atienden los
autos Ford, Mercury y Lincoln sepan cui-
darlas mejor qua ninguna otra persona.
Como el futuro del Concesionario Ford se
halla enlazado con al placer qu usted
deriva ahora de su auto o camion, es lgico
que l usa todas las ventajas que ofrece el
Servicio Ford para ahorrarle tiempo y di-
nero. Y recuerdesato Ford arrece este
servicio cudruple!
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EL
SO OPORTUNO
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SI VINDIN:Cla*M. trtiw "'
cero acaa-Ma. Nt-Tas Malta
hlaa'o par* calas ttwil 4-
ri, Iiviihiim. <"*' '
la* afsc.ar na* hsia alaia.
AOINCIAS GLSALES, Via tsa-
te. Ilaaaa4a a Jaes. Franca, Tal.
1-1503.
SE VENDE: Incubodoro alactrico.
Tel. 3-0255.
SE VENDE Gabinete de dos tem-
peraturas, un gabinete de helados,
una vidriero de 4 pies. Refrescos
Gnf, CoMt "Q" No. 1.
SE VENDE:34 caberos de ganado:
Vocas, novillos. toretes. etc.
En. Punto B.60.0O. Cerco de lo '
eiudod. Informes: Calle 29 Este
No.. 11 (Exposicin; da 7 a 8 p.
tn.
SE VENDE:Balanra "Howe" 1,000
libras capacidad y vidrieros mos-
trador. Farmocio Internacional. 12
Oeste No. 57. Tel. 2-2699.
SE VENDE: GANGA! Transmisor
radioaficionado. 250 wotts UN
813 Final PAR 811 modulador,
excelente condicin. Telfonos 2-
0214 y 3-3374, Panama.
Si asea camarar un carra, llantas,
motores o cualquier ortefocto o
utensilio elctrico (refrigerodoro.
lovadoro, lmparas, plancha, tosta-
dero etc.I llame a Corlas Guevoro.
Tel. 3-1033 o 3-1740.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Coso da
campo en Chorrera (El Cocoi Tal.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Cntrico y acreditado
negocio, por no poder administrar-
se. Para informes escriba al Sr-
Kuylen, Aportado 1828, Son Jo-
s, Costa Rico.
En Campo Alegre, centro de la eiu-
dod, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frente de 20 mts. hocia al
norte. Precio: B.8.50 m2. Wolff
y Co. ltda.. Calle 5. No. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
QUIEN QUIERE COMODIDAD Y EX-
PANSION A MNIMO PRECIO?
Ofrecemos en Calle 9o. Parque
Lefevre. chqlef de 2 recmaras. 2
baos, sala y comedor, cuarto de
empleada, 2 terrazas y buen pis-
cina. Lote de 525 Mts. Precio pora
venta rpido, B. I 1,000.00. Foci-
lidodes de pogo. Wolff y Co. Ltda.
Cell* 5o. No. 22, Tal. 2-2388.
i ' '' i ^ r ~~ ~-
SE VENDE:;Sin intermediario, cho-
let manipostera. 2 aportamentos,
2 recmaros, Tel., gas, gorage pa/a
3 carros, precio razonable, facilida-
des pogo. derecho hipoteca, infpr-
mes Porque Lefevre. Tel. 3-2163
2-0577. Mndez.
SE VENDE
Automviles
iSE VENDE:Camin Ford. 1947 de
2 1 -2 tonelodos. volquete. Prube-
lo y se convencer de su buen esta-
do. Vendo borotsimo. Arosemena,
talleres SAS, Via Porras.
SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladas
1948, perfectos condiciones. Lla-
me ol Saln Mario de Pueblo Nue-
vo. Tel. 3-151-3.
SE VENDE:Ganga! Chevrolet -]949
convertible, con radio, se puede
financiar, para informes veo a
Frank Alemn, Smoot y Paredes o
lloms ol telfono No. 2-0600.
SE VENDE:Un busito Dodge 1 6 po-
saieros. una chiva Dddge 1947, 1
tonelada. Ocurra Taller Garuz, ca-
lle 17.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblado. luz.
entrado independiente. Grande,
fresco. Tel. 2-1237. Dirigirse A-
venido B No. 29, ltimo piso.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a seoro o
seorito sola, en casa familia ho-
norable. Para Informes dirigirse a
Colle 7o, No. II, de los 12 en
E VENDE:Negocio productivo en delonte. __________________,..
lugar cntrico y comercial por no jg ALQUILA:Cuorto omoblado po-
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: . Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y colla 43
Este. Horn* 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Elegante apartamen-
to una sola recmaa, servicio,
porch y cocinita. Informes perso-
nalmente en el Mercado Modelo,
Avenida Justo Arosemeno y Calle
29 Este, no Home por telfono.
SE ALQUILA:
Apartamento de dos recmaras, lti-
mo piso, esquina a Via Espaa, en
el edificio "Castilla del Oro" fren-
te ol Hotel El Panam.
ROMRTO MIRO 2-2375 y 2-1215
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento inde-
pendiente, alto, 2 dormitorios, so-
lo, comedor, cocina y servicio. B.
50.00, en Son Francisco da la Co-
leto. Informes Teatro Edn y Ca-
lle Carrasquilla No. 61. Miguel
Mazzeu.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras, sala, comedor, piso al-
to con balcn. 6.75.00*Colle 48
No. 23, Apto. No. I.
SE ALQUILA:Recmaro completo-
mente amueblada, cocina, luz, gas
Tiene frente calle. Calle 45 No
19.
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisoriato Pona-
'm. Colle 21 de Enero No. 6.
SE VENDE:Avioneta Cessna mode-
lo 140. hlice ceromtic. Horas
de vuelo 350, ha volado 30 horas
despus de "top overhaul". Bate-
ro, Montas y guardabrisas nuevos.
En perfecto estado de vuelo. Se
vende por hober comprado Cessna
nuevo, modelo 170. Dirijase Acti- t.
vdade< Aereas, Aeropuerto de Poi- SE_VcN0E.-O se alquilo
tilla, Ponam.
En los Altos del Golf, ofrecemos lo-
tes con panorama de la boho y las
ruinas de Ponam la Vieja, en t-
manos desde 2,000 M2 y o precios
rie;de B.3.75 M2 WolH y. Ci.
Ltde Colle 5o. No. 22, Tel. 2-
2388.
Cantina
Calle M y Carlos Icaza No. 2.
ra persona soltero, para informes
dirjase a calle Estudiante No. 73
apartamento NO. 5.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos con mue-
bles pora caballeros, B.20.00 y B.
25.00. Entrada independiente.
Avenida Ernest.o Lefevre, Porque
Lefevre. casa 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado en
Colle ."L". No. 3 frente ol Par-
que Lesseps. Informes telfono
No. 2-3558.
SE VENDEN:*Dos escritorios peque- SE VENDE
os de metol en perfectos condicio- Chalet de 3 recmoras en cal
nes. Llame telfono 2-2086.
SE VENDE: Academy Filmosound
proyector 16 mm. nuevo. Tambin
rodio gramfono Zenith, consola
Telfono 3-0701.
MISCELNEA
9. BROUWIRPintor de casas, con-
tritisto. consejos tcnicos, goron-
tio por jn ao. presupuestos gratis.
Tel. 2-1276
,/
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protialo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con oceite de oguocote De venta
en las farmocios y en los buenos
almacenes.
Hocemos uniformes y comisas de co-
legiles. Ponemos materiales ba|0
( arreglo espacial. Precios y plazos
mdicos. Calle 7a. hacia Meln-
rlez 7034, bajos. Telfono 1255-
J, Coln.
entre Cubo y Justo Arosemena
Exce'ente urbanizacin.
ROBERTO MIRO. 2-1215
LECCIONES
Lecciones de piono. sistema rpido.
Paro olumnos novatos o avanzados,
clsica y popular. Estudio Piano
Bennett, Juan B. Sosa No. 9. Tel.
2-1282.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Locol poro oficina o
clnica. Ave. B No. 59 altos. Acu-
da sucursal Sylvonio en mismo edi-
ficio.
SE ALQUILA:Locol poro oficina,
orriba del Teatro Control.
Por conseguir empleados para serv- j
co domstico, cocineras, lovande- i
ros, etc.. cobramos o los patronos :
SI 00 de com; n. Avenido B 73.'
telfono 2-1535.
E ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ra oficinas locales cntricos *n los
.altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 y IC c*n-
tuvos.
I
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
\m tttferita Secretaria He! Jasando
Ttrrero Municipal *Jc Panama, en fun-
tione de Alfuacil Ejecutor, al publico.
HACE SARER:
Que en rcaoluvin fechada *\ _ vein-
W de lo* rorriante*. dictada en el juicio
special de LANZAMIENTO y RETEN-
CIN pmpue.ua poi el Lie. Antonio
Guardia, en au carcter de apoderado
special de Josefa Mara Couto de Silva '
contra JORGE KA LED. ha aeltolado
I da dierUeta de MARZO proximo para
fjue entre laa horai legalestenaa 1-
*ar en cate Tribunal el Hemate de los
siguientes bicne* retenidos al arrenda-
tario JORGE KALED
1Refrigeradora ''Krigidaire de
Luxe" de 7 pies rbico. distin-
guido au tnoftor con el No.
*V8. en buenai rondicione* de
ereicio y observa en au par-
te de atrs superior, el No
T-8.41............* B.llO.ttP
! L n Radio, miiri "Philen"
Me. 4711:., d]e nueva tiiboa.
eon au **Pick-up'' en malaa
condicione*............ 7J.00
Total B.-Too'
Servir de bmae para el remate de lo*
%1*nM mencionad'.'. a>1 valor signado
rr toa peritos: y aer postura admisible.
aue rubra las dos terceras partes e
valor.
Se admiten oferta* hasta las cuatro de
la tarde y desda e*a hora hasta las ci-
en se oirn las pujaa y repuja que ae
hicieren hasta la adjudicacin al mejor
ajoator
Tara adjudicara* como poitor m r*>
ejuiere consignar previamente en la Se-
retana del Tribunal el cinco por cen-
le 15% i del valor asignado por loa
perito*, a los bienes en remate.
Dado en Panam, a toa vaintida diaa
die! mea de febrero de mil novecientoa
cincuenta y uno.
La Algoe.cH Ejecutor,
(Pdo.l MARA HELENA CONT
Panama. 11 de febrero de 11*11.
Es copia.
GANE
SE ALQUILA:Un locol muy amplio
de 400 metros cuodrodos en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio para
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Paro
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto o persona so-
la o matrimonio un hijos. Calle 46
Este-No. 2, altos. Telfono 3-
2755.______________________________
SE ALQUILAN:Cuortos frente ol
mor, amplios, confortables mue-
bles, excelente vecindorio. Inme-
diata estacin Autobuses No. 5.
primera escolera. Plora 2 de Ene- SE ALQUILA:
ro.
SE ALQUILA: Primer alto de lo
coso 103 de la Ave. Central, pro-
pio paro oficina o soln de reunio-
nes, precio muy conveniente, in-
formes planta baja.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente, No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill. 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento en ca-
lle 2a. No. 18. B.65.00. Referen-
cia en la misma casa.
SE ALQUILA: Departamento dos
recimoros, sola, comedor, cuarto
empleada. Edificio "Hispania" Ca-
lle Colombio No. 3. Entrada inde-
pendiente. _______________
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento moder-
no, una recmara. matrimonio.
Urbanizacin El Cormen. Colle pri-
Sera No. 24, llove ol lado familia
ircio.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te que duerma en cosa. Avenido
Primero de la Corrosquilla. No. 55.
Entrando por el Teatro Edn en
la Avenida Belisarlo Porros.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro ofi-
cios generales de casa, que sepa
cocinar, preferible jamaicano. Re-
ferencias. Tel. 1337, Coln.
Apartamento chico,
independiente, apropiado pora ma-
trimonio solo. Tel. 3-0109. Colle
33-E. No. 25.
SE ALQUILAN:Aportamentos con
sala, comedor, de uno y dos reci-
moros. Calle 7a. No. 15, Lefevre.
Informes Apto. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleada
tente para cuidar niitas.
zecin Carhpo Alegre.
Manuel Ycoza No. 18.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento fresco,
Bello Visto, 2 dormitorios, codo
uno con bono y balcn instalocin
de agua caliente, cuorto empleo-
da. garage. Calle 44 E, No. 30.
telfono 3-0815. _______
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento tres
cuartos y cocina. Colla (a No. 5,
(ltimo piso.)
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinero, NO
tiene que dormir en el empleo, y
una persona para oficios domsti-
cos, que duermo en la cosa. Oc-
rase Ave. Manuel Ma. Ycoza No.
26. Campo Alegre.
compe-
Urbani-
Avenida $f ALQUILA: Aportomento sala-
comedor, una recmaro, servicios
completos independientes, edificio
Trona. recin construido, a ma-
trimonio solvente nicamente, al-
quiler cincuenta Balboos mensua-
les. Avenida Justo Arosemena y
Calle Veintisis. Informes farmacia
Alonso, oboio.
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15, propio para oficina o de-
psito, para informes Home tel-
fono 3-1147._____________
SE DESEA
Familia Canadiense necesita chalet
con 4 recmaras, jardn y garage
en Bella Vista, oltos del Golf, etc.
Tel. 3-2492.
SE DESEA: Alquilor apartomento
con garage, en Bella Vista, no te-
nemos hijos, especificor precio y
cantidad de cuortos, escribir Sr. A
A. A. Apdo. 134. Ponam, R. de P.
SE DESEA: Fomilia diplomtica
omericana, deseo coso fresca con
tres recmaras, jardn, garage pa-
ra dos corros si es posible. Escribir
Hotel Tivoli No. 256. Ancn.
SE NECESITA:Suene cecinara ce*
referencias. Tiene ana earasir en
el amele*. Ocurre Le Pastal. Ave-
niea Central, Panam, a les a a.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicios domsticos. Debe dormir en
el empleo. Ave. B. No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro cua-
tro personas; debe dormir en caso.
Colle 41 Este No. 16.______________
STnECESITA:Sirvienta de oficios
de caso. Hay que dormir en el em-
pleo. Coso 760-C, Bornebey St.
Balboa.
SE NECESITA: Empleado compe-
tente que sepa cocinar y plonchor
pora dos personos; tiene que dor-
mir en el trabajo. Calle 46 No. 22
altos. Bello Vista.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo es-
tablecido en el Cdigo de Co-
mercio aviso al pblico que
por medio de la Escritura No.
384 de 22 de Febrero actual he
comprado al seor Luis Meza
su establecimiento de abarro-
teria y refresquera denomi-
na "La Moderna", situado en
la casa No. 7 de la calle Sexta
de esta ciudad.
Panam. Feb. 27 de 1051.
JUAN CHEN ROMERO.
SE NECESITA:Joven paro trabajar,
con buenas referencias. Ocurra "Lo
Moda Americana" Avenida Cen-
tral 102.
SE NECESITA: Buena empleado,
olicio general de cosa, (ovar y
plonchor poro baby. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Caf Sitton, calle
Coln v 15 Este No. 11.
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMBRA SE
ALQUILAN. Aportomentos moder-
nos. Comuniqese con oficina edi-
ficio Alhambra, calle 10, No. 8061
Coln. Telfono 1386.__________
Te necesita
General
BUENA OPORTUNIDAD! Pora joven
de buena presencie y que haya
cursado estudios secundarios. De-
be hablar ingls y espaol. Bazar
Americano, Centrol 25.
SE NECESITAN:Butacei aa teatro
aue saan de segunda mane, de ma-
dera a cualquier etre clase. Llame
Sr. Martines, Panam-Amrica.
Tal. 2-0740._______________________
SE NECESITA:Seor omericono de
mediana edad desea clases de bai-
le i privado1. Escribir C. C. V.
Apdo. 93. Coln.
lEMOVIDOK DE -INTUt A Y
SABMIZ TAXITE
. SMttWUi-WKUAMM
EN SU
Curtta de Ahorros
QA. F.laRIA
DE PANAMA. S.A.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te, Rio Abajo. "Pensin Julieta"
preguntar "Bodega La Luz".
SE NECESITA: .Niera con expe-
riencia, buena presencia, educo-
cin y solud para atender dos va-
rones de tres aos y uno de sen
meses. Referencias necesarias.
Buen pago y excelente alojamien-
to. Llame al 3-0595 pora concer-
tar entrevista.
PERDIDO
Aplique lo y espete i
israsos pan que la pintura vieja
Mande, entonces rspela._i Rpido
y eficaz! m
^%mu
Ase. Norte 13
CaUe Martin So* I
Tel. 2-M1I
Tel. 3-1424
PERDIDA:Cdula de residencio No
3299 perteneciente ol chino Son
Hpe. Srvase entregar a Maraan,
calle 12 No. 9. Ponam.
PERDIDO:Se agradecer o lo se-
oro que us el telfono en Baza-
Penomeo el Viernes o las 10:00
a. m. que devuelvo el frutero d
ol lodo tos llaves, lentes, papeles
personles que tom ol usor el te-
lefono. Conozco sus facciones. Ave-
nido Central No. 76, Pnami.
A-^.JUmorranas
t tiene l"tsi ""
omaso., ae-orrajia. >"""*' *.
ternaa antarnaa. na ef.ra n la m
. Kr i Chinareta. K aocee eslnu-
toa al Chinaraia principia eombanr
... almorr.n.aaa tr.s ""':
I Calma al eler y le. ranees}. l*r
_. ----------toa teMdae aeoloriaor
ri-_Sn AyoeaT. dra.rlaar ta-
rh.naraia aa en *?<* a*- sal
SE NECESITA:Vendedora con ex-
periencia. Debe hablar correcta-
mente espaol a ingls y tener re-
ferences. Vilanova, Avenida Cen-
trol 115. ,
Compaa Norteamericana necesita
seorito con educacin secunda-
ria, conocimientos de contobildac',
ingls y mecanografa necesarios,
taquigrafa preferentemente. Es-
cribir ol aportado 1071. Panam,
enviando fotografo tamao pasa-
porte, edod, educacin, califica-
ciones y sueldo esperado.
tompao Norteomericona mundiol-
mente conocida necesita dos j
venes con educacin secundaria
pora oprender trabajo de mecni-
ca especializada, con brillante oor-
vemr. Escribir al apartado 1071
Panam, enviondo fotografi to-
moo pasaporte, edad, educacin
y calificaciones
SE VENDE
Artculoa de Caa
SE VENDE:0 cambia refrigerodoro
Westmghouse. 60 ciclos, 2 aos
de uso, 55 Ibrs. congelador, so-
bretodo de rota almizclera. Cocoli
507-B.
SE VENDENevera de gas en bue-
no condicin, una mesa de Ping
Pcng. Calle 43 No. 44 Bella Vis-
ta.
f VENDE:Estante de caobo con
espejos interiores. Gana B 65 00
Ave Norte No 15, Apto. 8. Pre-
gunte por Peres.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
De venta en
EL BATURRO
GUIA
COMERCIAL
AHORRt
PASANDO SUS VACACIN Ol O.
BOQUETE
Altura 3MS pisa.
Tarifas: tnclayeaee laa 1 carpida*. Oeeae:
Diariaenle: / s.aa y mea
namanan-ente: B/H.H y ms
Tarifas esprtala para familias y
pedes de larga (lempa.
Para reeervaeloaee llame por
escrita a tatearaile
relata
HOTEL PAN AMONTE, Boquete
a visite a s Asente de Valas.
Visitara Panam
Bibliotecario Jefe
de la "UNESCO"
Unidos ninguna divisin de
guardias.
La cuarta de Infantera y otra
divisin probablemente la se-
gunda con tanques y artillera
sern enviadas a Alemania
para aumentar el ejrcito euro-
peo occidental del General
Dwlght D. Elsenhower. No se
ha llegado a ninguna decisin
sobre si se le dar las otras
dos divisiones que se le haba
prometido.
La divisin aerea 82 es la ni-
ca que permanece en los Esta-
dos Unidos que es muy com-
pleta y de un alto grado de
entrenamiento en combate. Por
esa misma razn se mantiene
en los Estados Unidos.
Otras divisiones en los Esta-
dos Unidos han sido fuerte-
mente desguarnecidas para pro-
veer soldados para las divisio-
nes que pelean en Corea.
Para acercarse a un pie de
Vuelven a
salvara el resto de Asia. Sin-'
embargo, existe la lncognlu
sobre si- Rusia t decidir a
Intervenir directamente en Do-
re para salvar su gran plan.
Sin embargo, se asume qua
loa Rusos no se atrevern a
atoa ya que seria prematuro
desde el punto de vista poten-
cial. De todas maneras, los Ru-
sos estn calculando mal si
creen que el costo del rearme
debilitar al mundo occidental
lo suficiente para madurarlo
para la revuelta.
Sindicatos obreros
dico sea manejado por sus
pleados y loa venqeaores de
ridlcos.
Jos V. Tesorelr, de U
elacin de Empleados del
guerra, el Sptimo Ejrcito ha bierno, pidi que La Prensa
sido reactivado en Alemania y
el Sexto y Sptimo cuerpos ar-
mados en los Estados Unidos
tambin.
En Mxico se
resolvi por unanimidad pro-
testar enrgicamente por el a-
tropello de los fotgrafos Te-
filo Gill -y Leonard McCombe.
Piden que se transmite esta pro-
testa al Gobierno argentino. La
.sociedad tiene como 250 mlem-
acusada de "Asociacin ilc:
o sea una corporacin que fi
ciona al margen de la ley.
acuerdo con el articulo 2-10 del,
cdigo penal argentino, una
"asociacin ilcita" ea una cor-
poracin formada por ms d
tres personas que conduce ac-
tividades ilegales. El cdigo pe-
nal estipula que una vez acu-
sados,- deben ser llevados a la
Corte. Esto significa que si son
condenados, pueden ser senten-
ciados de un mes a cinco aa
oe prisin no conmutable.
1 Lder, en su editorial en!

Agradecemos a la Oficina Me-
teorolgica su ayuda en regar
los jardines de la ciudad mien-
tras nos llegaba nuestro
embarque de
REGADERAS
Ahora que tenemos un gran
surtido de ellas, a todo precio.
que comience el verano.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-8140
CARTON PRENSADO
y COMPRIMIDO...
CELOTEX de \B"
y %"...
FELPA NEGRA. .
SHINGLE ROJO
y VERDE...
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calla 16 Este No.. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
bros entre los que se cuenta%|
Vctor Keppler, Gjon Mili, Eliot pr7mera"PRin_ aYacaT?_*PreT2
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2608
Manila
n todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Catres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Elifoson, Toni Frissell, Robert
Capa, Margaret Bourke White,
John Rawllngs, Edward Stelchen
y Edward Weston.
El Boston Herald al comen-
tar lo ocurrido dice que la
"constante lucha entre el Pre-
sidente de Argentina. Pern,
y la Prensa Libre ha degenera-
do en atropellos y asesinatos "
La Prensa Brasilea en ge-
neral destac los acontecimien-
tos relacionados con "La Pren-
sa", dedicando la mayora de
los ttulos para anunciar la
ocupacin de los talleres de ese
diarlo argentino por la pollca.
El Correlro da Manra trae un
titulo que dice "indignacin
mundial contra Pern." El Jor-
nal do Brasil que tiene estre-
cha vinculacin con la Iglesia
Catlica, dijo que el movimien-
to de solidaridad panamericana
que se manifiesta contra estos
Incidentes, "es testimonio de
Con el objeto de uarse cuenta i 1ue loa vnculos espirituales que
del adelanto de nuestras biblio- i "nen los pueblos de este lado
tecas pblicas y cambiar impre- I del Atlntico, estn definitiva-
sioiirk ion los profesionales y per- '- mente consolidados."
nonas interesadas en e) impulso' En Montreal, Canad, el da-1
de estas instituciones, llega a Pa- rio Montreal Star dice que na-
nam el domingo 4 de marzo, le- die cree que la huelga en "La
go de haber recorrido todos los Prensa" es meramente otra dis-
pases del Sur, el Dr. E. N. Peter- puta Industrial."
sen. Jefe del Servicio de Biblio- i El diario "El Liberal" de Bo-
teeas Pblicas de la UNESCO. El gota dice.que "estamos en pre-
Dr. Petersen. encargado por di- sencia de un cajo flagrante de
cho organismo de la organizacin atropello desptico de la llber-
del II Congreso de Bibliotecas Pa-; tad de prensa en Amrica" El
blicas que tendr lugar prxima-I editorial agrega: "Casos como
mente en el Brasil, est tambin
interesado en que Panam enve
dicha asamblea una lucida te-
presentacin. En honor del Ilus-
tre visitante, tanto los bibliote-
carios todos de Panam como el
Comit Nacional Pro Bibliotecas
y el Comit de la UNESCO en
nuestro medio, han preparado ti-
na serie de actividades, entre las
?ue podemos mencionar la con-
erencia que tendr lugar en la
Biblioteca Nacional el lunes 5 de
mano a las 5 de la tarde.
Milln y medio,
ra), la segunda, tercera, sp-
tima, vigslmocuarta, vigsimo-
quinta y un nmero no infor-
mado extra de regimientos y
pequeo equipo adicional.
En Alemania hsy la primera
divisin de ihfantera, que ha si-
do convertido en una divisin
de combate con tanques y arti-
llera, y la recientemente reacti-
vada sexta de lnfantera. Un re-
gimiento es mantenido en Tris-
te y 10,000 soldados en Austra-
lia.
Al mismo tiempo las seis di-
visiones de Guardias y loa dos
regimientos han sido mante-
nidos en los Estados Unidos.
Algunos pueden ser enviados a
Europa despus. Ellas han sido
usadas para entrenar reclutas
que se envan ahora a Corea
para fortalecer aquellas divisio-
nes.
Algunas unidades de guardias
ms pequeas que una divi-
sin en tamao, han sido en-
viadas al Comando del lejano
este de MacArthur, pero no se
ha enviado fuera de los Estados
el de "La Prensa" slo se ha-
ban registrado en,Amrica ba-
jo las mf sangrientas y fe-
roces satrapas."
En Chicago, tanto el Chicago
rlbune como el Sun Times ha-
blan del atropello de Pern a
"La Prensa" y el ltimo tiene
un editorial titulado "Sangre
en las Manos de Pern." En di-
cho editorial dice el 8un Times:
"El ltimo episodio de la In-
fatigable campana de Pern
para sofocar la prensa oposi-
tora en Argentina es un nau-
seabundo recordatorio de los ex-
tremos de depravacin a que
llegaron a menudo, Hitler y
Mussolini."
ro de 1944 cuando La Prensa por
fin dio claras indicaciones da
estar en contra de Pern y su
movimiento revolucionario". Di-
jo que La Prensa propici la
llamada "Unidad Democrtica"
(que respaldaba la candidatu-
ra de Jos P.,Tamborinl en
1047) para enfrentar todas las
fuerzas del privilegio contra el
justiclalUmo. Agrega oue obra-
ba como agente de Bladen (em-
bajador de los Estados Unidos i,
megfono de Wall Street. Die
que "La Prensa fue y es enemi-
ga del justiclallsmo porque es
tnemiga del progreso nacional".
Profunda penetracin
ce que los chinos estn dls- '
tones de escombros hasta la
antiguas afuera de la clurj
Son muy pocos los ediflc
que quedan' en pie, pero _
guno Intacto. En este lugar [
chinos emboscaron hace dos 4
manas a las uhidades norf
americanas, y holandesas de
segunda divisin. Se encuentrsL
los cadveres en el mismo lugar
donde cayeron.
El corresponsal Gene'Symonda <
describe la entrada a Hoeng-
song como impresionante: En
contraste con la salida con in- v
fantera de marina ya duea I
de Hoengsong y la pasada ex- I
citacin del primer momento.
con el sol en descenso en un-
cido nubloso y triste y el aira ?
helado que -fctato los rostros, ,
esa deprimente en medio da
tanta ruina y desolacin."
El corresponsal agrega que en
los caminos los Ingenieros re-,i
paraban los puentes volados.)
Dijo que las fuerzas se tira-
ron entre lew arrozales del sur
y slo hubo una baja cuando ,|
un muchacho asom la cabeza
Sobre un parapeto cuando co-
menz a disparar una ametra-O ]
Uadora roja. La toma de la,
ciudad se hizo fcil gracias a,
que antes otros soldados hiv* |
bian tomado y situado en co-
linas para desalojar a los chi-
nos de sus trincheras y reduc-
tos. Para tomar la colina 303,
tuvieron que combatir 5 kil-
metros cuesta arriba entre ris-
cos escabrosos al oeste del ri
Twlnnan.
Mayoristas, Comisionistas, Comerciantes
Aceptacin' mercancas para vender a consignacin.
Absoluta seriedad y garanta.
Almacn bien situado en la Avenida Central.
Telfono: 2-S44 Apartado: 3137
Distribuidores
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Abierto hasta 6:00 p.m.
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Se reportan dos
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Dos nuevos casos de desapa-
ricin fueron denunciados ante,
2a Seccin de Homicidios de la
Polica Seereta Nacional.
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ven triguea, delgada, de 16,
aos de edad, y residente en la
i;alle 8 de Noviembre W'o. 9.
Se trata de la seorita Isabel
Valdes, quien desapareci de su
residencia ayer a las 7.30 de la
noche.
Esta es la tercera vez que la
Joven Valds desaparece de su
hogar sin el consentimiento de-
ss padres, habiendo sido loca-
lizada en las dos ocasiones en
casas de amigas.
Bl menor de lo aos de edad
Luis Salcedo, residente en 13 y
J4 Justo Aroseme-na en la ciu-
dad de Coln desapareci de su
casa ayer tarde. Se sabe que
Salcedo est en Panam, ha-
bindosele visto en los alrededo-
res de la Calle 17 Oeste. El me-
nor Salcedo viste un pantaln
Khaki.
La Tos del Asma
Y Ahofti Aliviado
En poco tiempo la nuera prescripcin
Manease comiaosa a circular en la,
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les flemas y mocos que envenenabaa
au organismo, minaban au energa,
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y sentirse, prematuramente viejo.
Mandsce tiene Unto xlto que d a
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en 14 horas. Pida Mandase ea cual-
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mejor ae
aentlr
maana.
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SBADO. MARZO S, ltSl
COSTA RICA Y NICARAGUA SE ENFRENTAN ESTA NOCHE
Im Manle l i na
,/*
Panam Perdi Ayer En Gran
Partido Contra Chile 61-51
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo S (.i ca de natacin parajnujeres en
P.*J equipo de cnile, super 200 metros estilo espalda en un
H Panama en la rueda inai de
basketball por 61 a 51. Por Pa-
nama sooresalleron Aiosemena
con 13, Luzcando con 10, Jan
Cells y Cumberbatch con 6, Fra
zc-r-4, Santos Williams y Tom 2
cada uno. En los otros Juegos
ce la rueda final Estaao Uni-
dos super a Cuba 77 a SO y
Argentina le gan a Brasil por
08 a 47.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 (U.
P.l Kstaaos Unios venci en
baseball a Colombia por 7 a 5,
en un Juego a 12 entradas. Ve-
nezuela blanqueo a la Argentina
por 31 a 0. Mexico super a Bra-
11 por 16 a 5. Cuba le gan a
(Nicaragua 6 a 5 en 11 episodios
En otro Juego Cuba venci a
Mxico por 3 a 2.
minuto, 18 segundos, cinco d-
cimos, segundo lleg Sehalla
Donahue del mismo lugar y ter
cera M. Brugge de Mxico.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 (U.
P.)El equipo de Natacin de
Estados Unidos gan las com-
petencias de poste y relevo de
300 metros estilo libre para va-
rones con tiempo de 3 mlnu-
Para continuar con la serie que es un pase con la muleta tos y 16 segundos y nueve deci-
de publicaciones de los distintos y la otra un lance de capa.
pases de la lidia que habamos Manuel Rodrguez la realiza-
suspendido por motivos ajenos ba en la siguiente forma: La
a nuestra voluntad, presenta- muleta en la espalda, soste-
mos un apunte de nuestro co-, niendo un extremo con la mano
laborador Restrepo, en el que izquierda pegada a la cintura
presenta nada menos que el pa- y
mos, segundo termin Argen-
tina, siguindole Mxico, Cuba,
Brasil y El Salvador.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 (U.
P.)Hasta poco antes de obscu-
recer Estados Unidos continua-
ba ocupando el primer lugar en
los Juegos Panamericanos de
acuerdo con clasificacin extra-
oficial. Estados Unidos 129, Ar-
gentina 93. Brasil 50, Cuba 25,
Chile 22, Colombia 11, Per 9,
Jamaica 8, Mxico 4, Guatema-
la 2, Paraguay l y Ecuador 1,
siendo esta puntuacin en la
rama masculina. En las compe-
tencias de damas no se han ce-
lebrado las finales, pero la pun-
tuacin es esta. Estados Unidos
29, Argentina 24, Mxico 14, Chl-
.e 6, PANAMA 3 y Brasil 1.
El cubano Rafael Fortnp. Cha-
cn, gan los 200 metros finales
superando nuevamente al norte-
americano T. Bracg, al recorrer
ia distancia en 21.03.
P.) H. Coles boxeador del peso
por detras, con la derecha mediano de los Estados Unidos
se que creara el Inmortal "Mi- sostena el otro extremo de la venci por nocout en el primer
nolete". muleta que sobresala por un la- i asalto a F. Leal de Guatemala
do del cuerpo. Citaba de frente Jos Davalos Noriega de Mxi-
Este pinturero pase de mule- ron la muleta en la espalda y. co le gan por puntos a Hueo
, en el que se recreara "El aprovechaba el viaje del astado! Basaure de Chile El medio me-
monstruo" y con el que electriz para hacer un pequeo giro en I diano Pita de Argentina supe-
mil vece a las multitudes, es sentido contrario y quedar co-,i0 por puntos a S Gascue ae
algo asi como una "Tapata"- locado al dar la media vuelta' Venezuela
la creacin del celebrrrimo Pe- para citar nuevamente y seguir
pe Ortiz-pero con la diferencia toreando por "Manoletinas".
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo S U.
P.lCuba y Estados Unidos es-
tn empatados en el primer lu-
gar del Torneo de los Juegos
Panamericanos en baseball, al
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 (U. vencer a Nicaragua y Colombia
espectivamentc, teniendo los
equipos triunfadores tres victo-
rias sin derrota, siguindoles
Venezuela y Colombia.
I
MovimienrodelasGrandesLigas
PITTSBURGH, Marzo (UP1.1 con los Dodgers tratando de
La novena de los Piratas ha! recapturar su prestigio. El ao
Informado que Honus Wagner I pasado fu enviado a las me-
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 (U.
P.)Ana Mara tchultz de Ar-
gentina gan los 200 metros pa-
ra damas, segundo lleg Betty
Mullen de Estados Unidos. O.
Oamoto gan los 1.500 metros 11
bres para hombre, llegando en
e. segundo lugar Gutirrez 01-
guin de Mxico.
de 77 aos de edad, el tor-
pedero inmortal del Base Bail
de la Liga Nacional, firm su
cuadragsimo contrato con la
ores.
VERO BEACH, El manager
de los Atlticos Jimmy Dikes,
puso a practicar a 23 Jugado-
novena. El "Holands Volador" I res. De 18 lanzadores que es-
jug 21 aos con los Piratas' tan en las prcticas slo fal-
y desde hace 19 aos acta tan por llegar los novatos Ed
de coach. Burstchl, Harry Byrd, y Morris
----------- Martin.
FREDERICK MARYLAND,'.
Marzo. (UP). Charlie Keller
el popular Jardinero de 34
aos, que Jug con los Tigres
en su ltima temporada, est
pensando si contina como Ju-
gador activo o decidirse a reti-
rarse.
Keller que jugo con los
Yankees de 1939 a 50 declar
que algn dia uno tiene que
retirarse' y agreg que no tie-
ne aspiraciones de actuar co-
mo manager. Dijo que no ha
formulado planes para en ca-
so de retirarse pero que no
desea hacerlo pero no quiere
volver a vivir en una finca
pues cuando naci y se cri,
el nunca se preocupo' en com-
prar otra.
El manager Red Rolle de los
Tigres dijo que le agradara
que Keller continuara en la
novena este ao. En la ltima
temporada lo utiliz como
principal y como bateador
emergente. Keller dijo que no
ten!:, dificultad en asuntos
monetarios con ios Tigres y
que su actitud se deba tan
lo a que no ha decidido si
continuar jugando.
FLORIDA, Marzo (UP). -
Joe Hatten lleg al campa-
mento de prcticas de los Dod-
gers del Brooklyn, donde el
manager Dressen est prestan-
do todas las atenciones espe-
cialmente a los lanzadores.
CLLARWATER. El mana-1
g-er de los Phillies Eddie Saw-
ST. PETERSBURG, Wilks
veterano lanzador relevo firm
contrato con los cardenales. El
nuevo manager Marty Marlon
se mostr sastlfecho sobre la
actuacin en las prcticas de
Wilks, Nippy, Jones, Joe Cara-
glola y Tommy Glavlano.
LIGA DE BASE
DISTMTORIAL
Por A. D. V.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Grupo Toms Cupas (Padre)
G. P.
Chandler .............. 12 5
Maraen ........... 12 5
San Miguel ......___11 t
Dbora .................. 9 9
Granillo.............. 6 11
Mauricio.............. 5 11
Patria .................. 5 12
Grupo Antonia Sarria
G.
C. del Tuira........ II
A. Cali............. 1(1
Istmeos ................ 7
Fuerte 15 ............. 5
Juniors............... 4
Resultado de Ayer
Granillo 4Patria 3
Juegos de Hoy
BUENOS AIRES. Marzo 3 (U.
P.)Maureen Obrlen de Esta-
dos Unidos, gan la competen-
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 3 U.
Pi Los resultados finales de
los 200 metros fueron los si-
guientes: R. Fortun de Cuba,
21.3, A. Bragg de Estados Uni-
dos 21,4. H. MacKneley de Ja-
maica 21,5, G. Bonnhoff de Ar-
tntina, 21.9 R. Mazorra de Cu-
ba y F. Lafuente de Argentina
Con las competencias de los 200 Gilberto Ortega y Alejandro Es-,
metros de atletismo finalizaron Pin. en representacin de un
La "Araa Negra'' Warren parando un "penalty" |Le$ oncenos de
Panana y Costa
Rica empataron
El V Campeonato Centros
americano y del Caribe de Ft-
bol presenta esta noche el Inte-
resante partido entre loa equi-
pos de Costa Rica y Nicara-
gua, comenzando a las 8 en el
Estadio Nacional.
Este es el quinto y penltimo
partido del Calendarlo de la
Temporada y es de gran lm-
Krt ancla para ambos conjun-,
i, ya que su resultado ser da "
efectos decisivos en las aspira- ,
clones de ambos. '
Tenemos que los costarricen-
ses necesitan ganar para man-
tener su opcin al Campeona-
to, puesto que un empate dara
automticamente el titulo a los
panameos Los nicaragense
igualmente deben ganar para
aspirar al subeampeonato, a la
vez que Jucharn para obtener
puntuacin y desquitarse de su
rivales.
La primera rea que. estos dos .1
equipos se enfrentaron; los ticos'
obtuvieron un holgado triunfo,
sin embargo los nicas se en-
cuentran ms confiados y con-
tando con que sus rivales m en-
cuentran cansados del recio
partido de anoche, no desperdi-
ciarn oportunidad para sor-
prender a loa costarricenses.
Aunque los ticos se. encuen-
tran favoritos para volver a 1**
nar a los nicas, se les da en es-
ta ocasin mayor opcin para,*I
dar la gran sorpresa.
El lance tuvo -sus matices de
alto relieve, pero se desluci por
la brusquedad de las acciones.
El arbitraje fue una nulidad.
Con un entusiasmo indescrip-
tible en todos los tendales, el
Estadio Olmpico sinti el peso
de una abigarrada muchedum-,
bre que dada a la noche fres-
ca y emotiva colorido de grart<
En esta vista podemos apreciar el momento en que el arquero panameo, Gerardo Warren, se
lucia parando un "penaltie" que fue cobrado nada menos que por el gran centro delantero
tico Fello Meza, en el' partido que sostuvieron anoche en el Estadio Olmpico en la continua-
cin del V Campeonato Centroamericano y del Caribe de Ftbol. El partido finaliz empata-
do a un tanto siendo uno de los mejores partidos que se han celebrado en esta capital en
estos ltimos aos. "La Araa Negra" Warren, como de costumbre, se destac y fue premiado
anoche por los 2,247 fanticos que presenciaron el partido con aplausos por sus sensaciona-
les atrapadas.
Ha sido fundado
club de foot-ball
'Eva Mara Pern'
Accediendo i un pedido for-
mulado por los seores Enrique
Wedemayer, Vctor M. Prez, |
ADOLFO SAMUDIO
estas pruebas.
grupo de Jvenes deportistas,
panameos, vecinos de la barria
MEXICO, Marzo 3 (UPEl da del Chorrillo, la Agre?aduria
diario Universal, exigi a la De-i Obrera de la Embajada Argenti-
Itgacln Mexicana en los Jue-
gos su retiro de esas competen-
cias por los atropellos que ha
sufrido "La Prensa" Argentina.
Deportes a Granel
t'oi fcU l>r.Mfc
Decamos anoche por la Radio
Dalila P, potranca negra por
Caren y Air Shadow har su
debut este fin de semana. Per-
tenece al Hars Guarar y la
entrena el HD. H. Barletta.
Dulce y Sabrosa, Carilimpio
y Princesa son fuertes candida-
tos a la eliminacin de nacio-
nales. Cda uno de estos equinos
no han llegado en primera o
segunda posicin en sus ltimas
ueis presentaciones. Son ocho
Ins reglamentarlas.
obra que redundar en beneficio
de toda la Provincia.
Podemos informar, asi mismo
que los muros han sido comen-
zados y que en este mes de mar
zo se llevar a cabo un gran
trecho del mismo.
Esteban "Junior" Sllvera slo
tiene que ganarse una carrera
ms en el Hipdromo Nacional
para convertirse en profesional
Tiene 29 ganadores y 30 son las
que exige el reglamento.
na, ha prestado su apoyo eco-
nmico para la fundacin dd
Cluz "MARIA EVA DUARTE DE
PERN" que ya ha solicitado
su inscripcin en la Liga para
intervenir en las competencias
del campeonato local que habr
de. iniciarse el 10 de marzo.
Doble significado adquiere la
iniciativa a nuestro entender;
en primer trmino manifiesta
la inquietud del os representan-
tes de nhestra hermana Rep-
blica Argentina, por; el incre-
mento de la sana prctica de-
portiva en esta Amrica nues-
tra; y en segundo, la creciente
tendencia a fortalecer los la-
zos de amistad entre eJ pue-
blo panameo y el argentino.
Se rene hoy el
- Com. Organizador
del V Campeonato
Marcos Hurley el Jinete pro-
fesional que desde que fu as-
El Club Deportivo Juventud
Luchadora de Calidonia", que
siempre ha luchadop or el de-
porte en la barriada de Calido-
na est organizando una Liga
infantil para menores de
torce aos (14 aos).
Las inscripciones de dicha li-
ga estarn abiertas ya hasta
r1Hde^MaKZCiUyoCUy0IVarse" Esta tarde tiene importante .
L L t? oa? V flanza;ieunin el Congreso Tcnico riel Maraen, estn abiertas,
i ..fti7? clncuen-, del v campeonato Certroame-1 desde hoy hasta el 19 del pre-
unS ?*-u I rcano y del Caribe de Ftbol,! sent.
^a S?. encuentra,n i cuyos partidos se estn desa-1 Hay cupo para seis equipos
n^ldament ias"ltosJ >ul: rroUando en el Estadio Nac^o- solamente
NOTA:Para mayor detalle
vase con el Sr. Jorge Natanlel
P. Sinclair, en calle 20-ieste-bls
casa No. 9.
El Comit Organizador del V
Campeonato Centroamericano y
del Caribe agradece la coope-
racin del seor Adolfo Samu-
dio quien don 600 (seis cien-
tas) dosis de All-Vi-Ron para
la Seleccin Nacional de Fut
ball a fin de que nuestros mu-
chachos se mantuvieran en mag
nificas copdiciones fsicas.
Gestos como los del tener
Adolfo Samudio merece ser
emitidos por otros grandes co-
merciantes y deportistas.
Inscripciones de
una Liga estn
abiertas desde hoy
Por este medio comunicamos
a todos los interesados que las
inscripciones de la Liga de Base
ball Independiente del Barrio
El ptica Sosa
Sigue invicto
en softball
En un juego que llenaba com-
pletamente el campo de Santa
Rita, el equipo ptica Sosa lo-! fiesta. Una alegre bandita de
gr su sexta victoria sin derro-
pos que son: Dep. Cleveland nai
BUR., Dep. Tapicera Miguel.
Las inscripciones pueden ser
ntregadas al Sr. Manuel S.
La sesin se celebrar en el
Consejo Municipal a las tres de
yer, dijo que Jackk Mayo de, C. del Tuira vs Fuerte 15 S. R.
Toronto es el novato "ms
probable de quedarse con el
Club."
ST. PETERSBURG, Harry
Brecheen se puso de acuerdo
con el presidente de los Car-
denales Fred Saigh despus de
breves conferencia. Max Lanir
se entrevistara maana con
Saigh. Ambos lanzadores no
haban firmado sus contratos.
WEST PALM BEACH, 18
lanzadores de los Atlticos co-
menzaron su segundo das de
prcticas y el manager Jimmy
Dykes, orden a Dick Fowler
a no esforzarse mucho.
Tambin loa Rojos han co-
menzado las prcticas con 17
'lanzadores y cinco torpederos.
Larry Jansen lanzador es-
trella de los Gigantes lleg
ayer al campamento e inme-
diatamente comenz a practi-
car. El ao pasado fue ope-
rado de apendicitls a fines de
la temporada. Al parecer est
perfectamente.
BRANDENTON, Willard Mar-
shall no se ha puesto an de
acuerdo con la novena pero
estuvo presente sin participar
en las primeras prcticas de
los Bravos.
Istmeos vs Carta Vieja 2 juego
Juego de Maana
Mauricio vs San Miguel 8.30
Patria s Chandler 2 juego.
Juego del Lunes
rendido a esta categora no ha Romero, Tesorero de la Liga en I la tarde y entre los puntos a
tratar se encuentran, la Sede
riel Prximo Campeonato, de-
signacin del Comit Director
ae la Confederacin Centro-
americano y del Caribe de Ft-
bol para los dos prximos aos,
y cuyos miembros de la Direc-
tiva debern residir en el lugar
de la Sede.
logrado ganarse una carrera, la casa No. 281 Apart. 34, o a su
parece que romper su mala servidor, Luis Alemn.
racha el domingo en la ltima ------------------------
carrera, Hurley monta a la na- i pi i r. i
Uva LA LOBA, que luce fija en 1 eOlllDO t SOlt de
el papel.
la Cmara de Jv.
El fin de semana pasada se
ril fin al trabajo de nivelacin nrarhrara maana
dei Estadio de veraguas, o que Pcucara maana
ha llenado de entusiasmo a to-
dos los veraguenses, pues ya es
posible cumplir con el compro-
miso adquirido con el resto de
la Repblica.
Un comisionado del Comit
El equipo de softball de la
Cmara de Jvenes tendr ma-
ana una sesin de prctica en
rl cuadro de juegos de Vista del
Mar a las nueve de la maana.
Se avisa a todos los jugadores
Organizador se encuentra en! rara que estn en esta prcti-
Panam tratando de conseguir ca. ya que el equipo tiene com-
a ayuda de la Diputacin por promise* por delante y se hace
Istmeos s C. del Tuira SR.I Veraguas, ya que sta es una necesario mucho ejercido.
El receptor de los Phillies
Andy seminlck inform que
u tobillo fracturado en la ul-
tima semana de la temporada
anterior se haba sanado com-
pletamente.
Los lanzadores novatos Jim
McDonal y Bennett Flowers
firmaron su contrato con las
Medias Rojas a los que slo
faltan los contratos del lanza-
dor Mel Parnell y del Jardi-
nero Dom Dlmaggio.
VERO BEACH. El Jugador Bill
Vofcelle, comenz a practicar
Alacranes y Tigres
continan maana su
serie de softball
Alacranee y Tigres de Coln
continuarn maana Domingo
la serie de softball que sostie-
nen.
En el primer juego como es
ffcbido. se impuso el equipo de
Los Tigres, por anotacin de 7
carreras a 2. Este segundo cho-
que se celebrar en la Costa
Atlntica.
Se nos ha avisado a todos los
miembros del equipo de los Ala-
rranas que el bus saldr el Do-
mingo de la calle 17 Oeste.
POTENTE ONCENO.Maestra esta vista al equipo de Costa Rica, uno de los oncenos es
mayores probabilidades de obtener el Campeonato Centroamericano de Ftbol, que anoche
rmpat sensacionalniente con el equipo de Panam. Les ticos han demostrado una tcnica
muy especial durante sus actuaciones en esta torneo.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los cidos
a uarpo humano daahaca dal
.xcaao d tcldo. y ai>^lelo ""
BMAi A*-la. usiti, por meato d loa
-J2t12uiw5 *""*~
Qdt lo rlnonaa. SI aato. vanano
d. lo. rlflon. o 1 -v.lll lo kcn
lufrlr con tavantada nocturna,.njr-
vlotldad, dolor da pierna*, ojaraa,
lunibaii dolora. da la. coyuntura,
acldaxo ardor an loa conducto. *-
"o la7ic|.ld.d da ..tlmulant.
diurtico, pruaSa Cyatax.
> Daihsaa *> c,do nrlco y .
Tnorn 1 racatj mMIca amad
Cvatax. aui un diurtico atimu-
toated lo rlnona. y nallatiTO para
la Irritaron funcional da la vejls* J
vlaa urinaria n aatado da clora.
Cyatax atlafacar a uatad complata-
nanta y r* 1 radld o.u uatart
cala. Pld Cytx hoy ml.ma
..Cyitex
ta al superar en gran juego
a! equipo Polica Nacional por 4
carreras a 2. Fue un choque
tunamente interesante en el
cual los ganadores aprovecha-
ron los cuatro errores cometi-
dos por los peloteros para ano-
tar tres carreras, ms otra en
otro epicodio.
Luis Walker, fu el lanzador
ganador acreditndose su cuar-
ta victoria sin derrota y Ches-
ter de Souza fu el perdedor re-
cibiendo as su segundo desca-
labro contra dos^ictorias. Los
ganadores, bate^wm solo cinco
incoglbles-yjlW'yerdedores tres,
incurriendo los "gendarmes" en
4 errores y los de la ptica So-
sa en dos. Marcelino de Obalda
fu el mejor bateador del juego
con dos'imparables en tres tur-
nos al bate, siendo este bateador
de la Polica. Con su triunfo el
ptica Sosa mantiene la mayor
opcin a clasificar para la se-
rle final del softball social.
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COMUNICADO
La Justa Comercial de Soft-
ball. comunica a les equipos que
estn tomando parte en la con-
tienda que debido a que se es-
tn efectuando mejoras en el
alumbrado elctrico, las compe-
tencias quedarn suspendidas
hasta el prximo Mircoles fe-
cha en que se reanudarn con
el juego entre los equipos Con-
trol del Comejn y Bur.
msicos pintorescamente slpl->|
caba an ms de humor, con
sus bien ejecutados sones: "Ce-
caleca", 'Pescao'", 'La Mucura",
etc.
Las acciones son movidas da
principio a fin, hay codicia exa-
gerada en todos los playera, pa-
nam Je toca hacer su primera
Incursin pero alia bien colo-
cado a Calvo. Los ticos devuel-
ven la visita enseguida. Se est '
jugando un ftbol preciosista y
las dos clsicas escuelas se ex-i'
hlben en cuadro al leo. La una,
tcnica medida, estudiada, im-
portada, lujosa. La otra, nativa
sin repello, fuerte, brava.
Costa Bca se sita a la ofen-
siva, ha*epetjdaa intervencio-
nes de warren que est Jugan-
do como un coloso, es un tela
metlica verdadero: Se juega 25
minutos soberbios, es un verda-
dero espectculo, pero de aqui
empez la brusquedad de parte
y parte con la complicidad del
arbitro que no tiene personali-
dad absoluta, por o tanto ea\|
hombre al agua en estos tragi- f
nes. Su falta de carcter ert
reprimir el Juego ilegal desdo
el principio pudo tener su tr-
gico epilogo final.
La bola se Juega en medio-
terreno, en un avance tico hay
mano de parte de Panam en
el rea mxima, el bltro casti-
ga con pena mayor, cobra Fello
Meza y Warren ataja magis-
tralmente. Los ticos se enarde-
cen y el inter-izqulerdo qulers'
cargar hasta con el juez de li-
nea a vista y conciencia del.*|
arbitro.
El buen
automovilista
maneja con
an u far-
macia fa-
vorita.