The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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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University of Florida
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"lei t/re people know the truth and the countky is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Trust Company
Closes Doors
On Court Order
The Panama Trust Company, Panama's only
private banking organization, today had closed its
01The Company reported to the Comptroller
General yesterday that it was in a,Precanous posi-
tion following a "run" of almost $300,000 and late
last night the bank was ordered by a court to sus-
pend operations temporarily. *.
The suspension order, issued by First Circuit
Court Judge Octavio Villalaz, was given in order
that the bank might collect outstanding accounts
sufficient to bring its cash on hand to the minimum
stipulated by the law. _________ ._______.
In Its report to Comptroller
General Henrique Obarrlo, the
Trust Company declared that the
bank's assets exceed Its liabilities
by $1,379,559.38 but that Its cash
on hand at the close of bustaess
yesterday was only W7B,bh.oo.
The minimum required by law-
bawd on the amount of deposits
Is $687,938. .
It was also pointed out that
checks against the Company held
by other banks at the close of
operations yesterday would have
reduced the cash on hand to,
$167,088 If cashed today, and that
there were outstanding certified
checks, manager's checks, and
foreign collections against the
Comaany in the amount of $115,-
The statement showed total as-
sets amounting to $6,560,781.*
against liabilities of $5,181,222.83.
The Company's report aald the
bank had "redoubled Its efforts
to collect sight drafts, among
them one against Hoteles nter-
americanos, S. A. (Hotel SI Pa-
nama i without obtaining pay-
ment as yet." The Hotel com-
{iany loan was understood to be
he bank's largest outstanding
After receiving the report the
Comptroller General and Min-
ister of Finance Rodolfo Her-
bruger jointly petitioned the
court to issue the provisional
suspension order against the
bank. They stressed that the
closing of the doors at this time
would eliminate "the danger that
would befall depositors who do
not hasten to withdraw their
The bank's statement yester-
day disclosed that the company
held a total of $2,032,013.57 in
current accounts and $2,168,-
101.39 In savings accounts.
GuUck, Coco Slito
Alert Set for Tomorrow
Fort Gullck and the Coco S-
lito housing area will be the
scene of a practice air raid alert
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow.
The alert will be similar to
that held last week at Fort Ama-
dor and the 15th Naval District
Bank Closure
Not To Affect
New El Panama
Joseph R. Cunningham, gen-
eral manager of Hotel El Pan-
ama, said today that the temp-
orary suspension of activitiesiby
the Panama Trust Company will
not affect in any way the daily
operations of the hotel.
El Panama will remain open
and operating a* usual, and un-
til the Panama Trust Company
returns to normal operations,
the hotel will covtr Its current
accounts through the Banco Na-
Cunninghaml expressed great
optimism in the future of the
hotel, whew advance reserva-
tions definitely booked indicate
an assurance of a most prosper-
ous season for XI Panama.
Gold Coast Residen!
Held on Rape Charge
CRISTOBAL, Mar. 8A charge
of assault with attempt to com-
mit rape was placed here todav
against Alexander H. Mlchaud,
23, American. Mlchaud Is a sales-
man for Tagaropulos, 8.A.
The complaint was made by
the victim of the alleged rape at-
tack, an American woman living
on the Pacific Side of the Isth-
The date of the offense Is given
In the affidavit against Mlchaud
as early yesterday morning,
specifically between midnight
Tuesday and 5 a.m. yesterday.
Police said that the place was
near the residential area of
France Field. Mlchaud was ar-
rested there early yesterday.
He is held under $1,000 ball
pending preliminary heart n g
next Monday morning. He will
be represented by attorney Wil-
liam J. Sheridan.
Mammouth UN Offensive
Rips Chinese Defenses

CZ Army Troops Will
Maneuver Near Pcora
Truman, dressed for his tropi-
cal vacation, takes an early
morning stroll In Key West,
Fla. The President is taking a
three-week rest in Florida.
Army troops stationed in the
Canal Zone will maneuver for a
four-week period in the Pacora-
Chepo area of Panam, Army of-
ficials announced today.
It will be the first maneuver In
Panamanian territory tor local
Army troops for a considerable
The field exercise wiU begin
next Monday and will continue
until April 7.
The exercise, the Army said,
will give practical training in
such problems as coordinated at-
tack on an organised position,
reconnaissance and analysis of
unfamiliar terrain and intel-
ligence work. The troops will also
Iran, West Waiting
Next Soviet Maneuver
TEHERAN, March 8 (UP)
The Central Prison guard was
strengthened here today follow-
ing reports that fanatical Na-
tlonallsts would attempt to
rescue the assassin of Premier
General All Razmara.
The reports coincided with
bold headlines in the organ of
the "Devotees of Islam" praising
the assassination committed by
one of the organization's mem-
"Razmara has gone to hell
other criminals wUl soon be sent
after him." said the paper.
All public buildings were clos-
ed and flags flew at half staff in
the capital today. The Shah pro-
claimed a period of mourning.
From London Jack V. Fox re-
ports that Razmara's assassina-
tion had brought Western ap-
rehension about repercussion
i Iran, long considered a far
more likely target of any Rus-
sian move than Yugoslavia.
The killer was a devotee of a
sect of Moslems now causing un-
rest throughout the Islamic
world In such places as Morocco
and Kashmir, but police inter-
rogation disclosed he also was a
supporter of the Nationalist po-
litical group which, apparently
with Soviet backing, has de-
manded the ousting of British
and United States Interests in
British tources wld that un-
der the recent trade agreement
Russia had moved agents Into
Iran to foment nationalistic feel-
Western diplomats were wary
lest Russia might seize on ex-
tended turmoil In Iran as an
excuse to send Red Army forces
Into that oil-rich land, particu-
larly the northern province of
Azerbaijan which borders on the
Soviet republic of the same
Russia never takes her eyes
off Iran and its oil fields.
From the huge fields of South
Iran the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany alone produces about 10,-
000.000 tons of oil annually. The
majority stock in this company
is held by the British Govern-
Razmara had told a parlia-
mentary commission only Sun-
day that Iran could not afford
to break the contract with the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, as
was demanded by the National-
He said Iran did not have the
technicians, facilities, money or
markets to take over the indus-
try lttelf.
Razmara was extremely suc-
cessful in steering a neutral
course between Russia and the
West. He was only two well
aware that Soviet divisions were
right on his border, while the
nearest Allied troops were the
small British garrison at Suez.
That fact weighed particularly
heavily because Razmara was a
soldier first of all. A graduate of
France's St. Cyr Academy the
became Chief of Staff of the
Iranian Army four years ago, at
the age of 4*
San Bias To Stand
Trial lor Burglary
A moon-faced, rainbow-clad
young San Bias will stand trial
next week In the District Court
at Ancon on two charges of bur-
ff lurv
The tiny defendant, who
reaches only to the mid-arm of
Public defender W. J. Sheridan
appeared this morning in court
and after considerable trl-lln-
gual conversation, decided to
plead not guilty to the two
-Little Montezuma Martinet
talked first to a San Bias Inter-
preter, who relayed his words in
Spanish to Interpreter Woodrow
de Castro who, In turn, passed
them on to the court. All English
statements had to go through
the same process, In reverse, to
reach Montezuma.
He was spic and span in a gauy
striped sport shirt, salmon pink
pants a trl-colored belt and
snappy wlng-tlpped ten and
white sport shoes.
Montezuma was picked up ear-
ly in February in a bachelor
quarters on Balboa Road. He ad-
mits being there and has admit-
ted stealing $30 on a previous
trip to the same building. But to-
day he so hung his statements
about with qualifications that a
trial seemed to be In order.
International Head
01 Red Cross Unit
Here From Geneva
Fred G. Sigerlst, Director of
the Information Bureau of the
League of Red Cross Societies,
Geneva, Switzerland, la current-
ly visiting Panama. This visit is
part of an extensive Internation-
al Red Cross mission to Latin
America, the purpose of which is
to assist the various national Red
Cross societies in effort* to
strengthen their services.
Sigerlst. on arrival, first visit-
ed the headquarters of the Na-
tional Society of Panama.
He then called on Lt. General
William H. H. Morris, Jr., and ex-
tended the thanks of the League
to the United States Armed Forc-
es units stationed in the Carib-
bean for aid and cooperation
during the disasters which have
struck Latin American countries
In the recent years.
Queuille To Demand
Nationwide French
Elections For June
PARIS, March 8 (UP) In-
formed quarters said today that
premier-designate Henri Queuil-
le will call for nationwide general
elections in France early this
summer probably June 3 if
he succeed In forming a Gov-
The Radical Socialist leader
continued conferences with poli-
tical leaders this morning and
his chances ol success mounted
Barring last minute snags Que-
uille plans to appear before the
National Assembly tomorrow af-
ternoon to ask for his confirma-
tion as premier.
If as Is generally expected
Queuille wins this vote he will at
once set about the formation of
a 80-day liquidation government
whose sole task would be to ram
through the minimum program
of the most urgent economic
measures, to reform the system
under which Frenchmen will
vote, then ask President Vincent
Auriol to dissolve the present
National Assembly and set a date
for the general elections.
CZ Bars Livestock,
Meat From Areas Of
Hoof-Mouth Disease
Formal regulations barring the
Importation of Uve animals and
meats Into the Canal Zone from
areas where hoof-and-mouth
disease or "rinderpest" Is known
to exist have been Issued by Gov-
ernor Francis K. Newcomer.
The new regulations, which be-
come effective March 15. were
issued as a supplement to the
Rules and Regulations Governing
Navigation of the Canal.
It was announced recently that
the Republic of Panama and Pa-
nama Canal officials had reached
an agreement on measures to be
adopted to prevent the spread of
the hoof-and-mouth disease to
this area.
The new Canal regulations will
bar the Importation of meat from
all 8outh American countries and
Mexico, these being the only ones
In the Western Hemisphere in
which the disease Is known to
exls at present.
be trained in marching and
bivouac, scouting and patrol-
Units participating will be di-
vided into two forces, the agres-
sor force will simulate an attack
In the maneuver area and the
defending force will move out
from its home positions in an at-
tempt to contact and destroy the
Invading "enemy" force.
Blank ammunition and flares
will be used by both aggressor
and defense units during the
The Army announcement of
the maneuver stated that the
Pacora detachment of the Na-
tional Police has been advised of
the forthcoming exercise. This Is
to insure that civilians In the
Pacora-Chepo area will not be
alarmed at the sudden presence
of a large number of U.S. soldi-
Arnulfo Appoints
Jose E. Ehrman
TOKYO, Mar. 8.(UP) Eight United Nations
divisions crashed North today on a 70-mile front I
in Korea against Communist forces which were
stagged by the loss of a record 16,000 men in the
first 24 hours of the mammoth Allied offensive, j
Advances of up to four miles were reported.
United States, Canadian, Australian, Greek and]
South Korean forces were ripping into the front
lines of five Chinese armies and three North
Korean corpsperhaps 150,000 men.
East of Seoul rampaging infantrymen of the
United States 25th Division in carving out the first
United Nations bridgehead across the Han River
killed 1,000 Red Chinese for the loss of one Amer-
Versatile Colombian
Plans Cycling Trip
From RP to New York
A 25-year-old poet and musi-
cian from Colombia will set off
from here next Wednesday for a
journey to New York by bicycle.
FranclsVa* Valencia Orellano,
who last year broke a world's re-
cord by cycling over 12,000 miles
around South America in nine
months, plans to make the entire
trip between Panam and the
United States on his bicycle.
He arrived here yesterday by
boat from Cartagena.
Last year Orellano made the
cycle circuit of South America,
journeying through Ecuador,
Per. Bolivia, Chile, Argentina
Uruguay, Brazil, Venezuela and
Colombia, starting from Bogot.
The trip lasted from Feb. 14,1950
to Dec. 6. He left Colombia's ca-
pital, Bogot, of Feb. 14 of this
year, by plane, and flew to Car-
tagena. (Orellano does not in-
clude miles traveled by other
methods of transportation In
computing his cycling mileage).
The young athlete has written
several volumes of poems, and is
the composer of a number of bo-
leros popular in his native coun-
On his current trip he plans
to collect data on the customs
and geography of Central Amer-
ica and the United States, which
he hopes to publish on comple-
tion of his journey.
The government of Colombia
is aiding him In making his cur-
rent trip.
Gallant Is Word
For City Attorney
NEW OBLEAS, March 8 (L'P)
City Attorney Henry Curtis
asked Dr. Maud Loeber, a wK-
ness in a civil lawsuit, "would
it be fair to ask your age?"
"It might be fair, but it cer-
tainly wouldn't be nice," Dr.
Loeber reported.
"Well, whatever it Is, Doctor,
you don't look it," Curtis said,
and withdrew the question.
President Arnulfo Arias has
announced the appointment of
Jose E. Ehrman, above, to the
position of Secretary General
of the Presidencia. This post
previously was occupied by Jose
Clemente de Obaldla who, sev-
eral days ago, was named Min-
ister of Government and Justice.
Ehrman has served through-
out the present administration
in the position of First Secreta-
ry of the Ministry of Foreign
Relations. His new post as Se-
cretary General of the Presl-t
dencla has cabinet rank.
Ehrman takes to his new post
a wealth of educational prepa-
ration and practical experience.
He attended the LaSalle School
in Panama, the Law School of
the National University and
later completed his studies at
the world-renowned Sorbonne
In Paris.
The new Secretary General is
completely bilingual in Spanish
and English and he speaks ex-
cellent French. In addition, he
has had experience in the di-
plomatic service in Europe.
One of the responsibilities of
the post of Secretary General is
that of dealing with the general
public and the press. Jose Enr-
man's special qualifications fit
him Ideally for this aspect of
his new responsibilities, and, In
every respect, his selection for
the top post on the Presidential
staff is regarded as a singularly
happy choice.
Big Four Deputies
Reach Impasse;
Will Meet Monday
PARIS, Mar. 8 (UP) The de-
putles of the Big Four Foreign
Ministers will meet here Mon-
day with no immediate prospect !
of a break in the East-West'
As they met for the fourth
time today both sides appeared
to be manoeuvering, and In a
mood for bargaining.
For two days Russia's Andrei
Gromyko has consumed most of
the deputies' time with attacks
on the West. The first was the
familiar one that plans to rearm ,
Western Germany were the.
cause, of International tension.
Yesterday he followed with '
the charge that Trieste has been !
converted Into an Anglo-Amer-
ican air and naval base. Gromy-'
ko Insisted that any discussion !
of the Austrian Peace Treaty
must be accompanied by a dis-
cussion of Russia's charges that:
the West has violated the Ita- I
lian Peace Treaty as regards:
The Western deputies feared
there was a great danger that
this deputies' conference would
degenerate Into the all-too-fa-
miliar propagandizing matches |
which have characterized the
meetings of Big Four represen-
tatives since the war.
Besides winning the first Han
bridgehead the assault had al-
ready captured a mountain do-
minating 50 miles of the west
central front, blasted the Reds
from strategic Vongdu and Tae-
ml, and carried to within seven
miles of the big Chinese base (ft
Field dispatches and commun-
iques gave this picture of th
front from west to east:
United States 25th Division.
Rammed north from its newly
won four-mile bridgehead on tha
northern bank of the Han River
15 miles east of Seoul after ad-
vancing up to three miles and
killing, wounding or capturing;
5,250 Chinese.
United SUtes 24th Division.
Captured the rugged 6,600 foot
Dragon Door mountain six miles
northeast of Yongpyang and do-
minating the west central front
for 50 miles. The division killed,
captured or wounded 2,300 Chi-
United States 1st Cavalry Di-
vision.Drove Chinese forces outt
of Yongdu and with attache*
Canadian, Australian and Souths
Korean forces seized control of
the 15 mile lateral road east to
Hoengsong. The Reds fell back)
to the hills one to three mile*
north of the road.
South Korean 8th Division.
Fell back 2,000 yards last night
under a Communist counter at-
tack but was expected to regain
the ground and press on during?
United States 1st Marine Di-
vision. Struck north against
light resistance toward the main
Chinese base of Hongchon onlf,
seven miles away.
United States 2nd Division.-.
(Continued on Page 7, Col. 5) i
French Win Patrol
Clash, Destroy 2
Viet Minh Plants
SAIGON,Mar.8 (UP).French
authorities said here today that
French forces In heavy patrol
activity killed S5 communist Vlet-
Mlnh troops and took 152 pri-
soners In Tonkin province, north-
ern Indochina.
In Cochin China Viet Minn
forces lost 35 killed and 16 pri-
soners In scattered ground acti-
vity while planes destroyed two
rebel arms factories about 140
miles southwest of Saigon.
AF Still Continues
Search for Monsoon
Search for the schooner Mon-
soon was still being continued
today by a B-17 from Albrlok
Field.. The plane, piloted by Lt.
B. J. Long and carrying Lt. H.
J. Cochran as co-pllot, took off
from Albrook at 5:30 a. m. to
search 200 miles along the Pan-
ama coast line.
Yesterday two Albrook planes,
a C-47 and a B-17, spent most
of the day In the air searching
for the 44-foot yacht which has
been unreported since Feb. 25.
The last of the two planes did
not return to Albrook until 8:30
p. m.
When the first American
troops landed in Korea*
Red Cross field director was
with them, and throughout
the Korean war other field
men continued to serve our
fighting forces providing
emergency communication
with their families, distri-
buting comfort articles, of-
fering guidance and cheer-
ing counsel... often work-
ing around the clock when
the going was rough.
With our expanding arm-
ed forces, more and moro
such workers arc needed.
Your contribution to the 1951
Red Cross Fund Campaign
will help provide them.
Canal Will Use New System
For Charging Rates on Water
No Funeral Planned
For B. C. Nunnelly
No funeral services are plan-
ned for Brent G. Nunnelley. Safe-
ty Director for the Naval Supply
Facility at Rodman who was In-
jured fatally Tuesday afternoon
In an automobile accident.
His body will be cremated to-
morrow at the Gorgas Hospital
crematorium. B
Mr. Nunnelley died about 5:15
6m. Tuesday, two and one-half
ours after his Ford coupe collid-
ed with a bus on a hilly curve not
far from the Sabanlta check
loint on the Trans Isthmian
It was understood that his skull
was fractured and he received In-
ternal injuries.
Balboa Tides
High Low
4:47 am. 15.7 ft. 11:58 a.m. 1.3 ft.
4:11 pjn. 18JC ft. 11:17 pjn. lJt ft.
(NEA Telephoto)
srim support UN troops Me past a heavy artillery piece on their way to^ the front
Charges for filtered water in
all U.S.-rate quarters of the Ca-
nal will be included as a part of
the monthly rental of quarters
under a much simpler rate sys-
tem which will be adopted at the
first of April, lt was announced
yesterday at Balboa Heights.
The new rates for filtered
water consumers occupying US -
rate quartets will include only
five categories Instead of ten now
In effect. The new monthly rates
will represent slight Increase In
some cases and slight decreases
In other Instances with no
change In the Urge group of two
and four family quarters, but the
rates have been established to
produce approximately the same
revenue as present charges from
this group of consumers.
The new monthly water rates
for US-rate quarters will be:
Bachelor rooms, 50 cents: ba-
chelor apartments, $100: apart-
ments In multi-family quarters.
$150; cottages. $2.00 (up 20
cents); and official and large,
two-story, one-family houses,
up 10 cents. .-
The existing rates range from
30 cents to $2.40 a month, tho
latter rate applying to official
and large, one-family houses.
Charges for filtered water for
local-rate quarters already arc
made as a part of the monthly-
rental charges on quarters and
no change In these rates art
Aside from a simplification of
water rates, the system of billing:
the charges as a part of th
rentals will eliminate the re-
quirement of making approxim-
ately 5,000 separate billing*
monthly by the Finance Depart-
ment. ;
The new rates will be applic-
able on all quarters, Including;
those now occupied by noon-em*
The principal change In th
new rates will apply to bachelor
quarters. At present there ar
five different rates for bachelor
rooms, ranging from 30 to 90)
cents a month. Rates for single-
family houses will be Increased
20 cents a month, while rates on
official and large houses will b
Increased from $240 to $2.50

Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
New Ortegas PrtifM Service
ft f)Kueya ................................March 20
S.S. Levers end....... ........................M*rh FT
S.S. Quisque).................................April S
andllus Refrigerated Chilled
sad General Cgjge.
New Vork Freight Service
S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................March 12
S.S. Cape Ann ................................March 19
S.S. Cape Avinof..............................March 21
S.S. .Cape Cd..................................Ay
Havana Freight Service
Sailiiiit Weekly from Havaaa to Cristbal
Weekly sailing to New Vork, Los Angeles and Seattle.
Occasional sailings to No Orleans and Mobile.
The steamers in this service are limited to twelve passengers.
Frequent Sailiags Irom Cristobal to
West Coast ol Central America
Crlatbal 3131
Panama 2-2804 OolAn 20
iiif '..... ml su ii il ii iia^MBafe
t.l.'Rctri: A.\u NORTH AND SOUTH rat-ITU' COAST
14 Uinittd NUTitwr of Passenger Berths i_____________
"g%y. ..:::::::::::::::::::::::;::: ^^
M.S. Wlnnlpfi............................................ Apr M
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Postmaster General
Warns Congressmen
To Hike Postal Rales
Postmaster General Jtss M.
Donaiuscfn has told Congress
somewhat sharply either
to raise postal rates or quit com-
plaining about the deficit and
curtailed service.
The cabinet officer, who rose
to his post through 40 year of
service that began as a letter'
carrier, told the House Post'
Office committee that "If not1
fair to kick me around and
charge inefficient management"
when me department operates
at a deficit bee/use of low rate*.
He appeared to urge passage
of an administration bill which
would increase postal rates by'
ieJ.7M.00u a year as a start to-
ward cutting down the $521,-
000,000 deficit expected in the
next fiscal year.
The pending bill would double ,
the rate u penny postcard* and
raise the rates on second class;
< newspapers and magazines i,
third class 'circulars and adver-
tising' and for special delivery,
COD, registered and insured
mail. Other raise including:
parcel boost, may be recom-
mended later.
Donaldson fid Congress
should make up its mind whe-
ther it wants tp raise postal |
rates or accept a deficit and less I
"If Congress is satisfied with.
a five, six. seven or eight han-.
dred million dollar deficit, say
so, and you'll never hear a |
squeak out of me." he said. "I'll
never come up and ask for pos-
tal rate increases."
On the other hand, he said.',
Congress will have to rise the I
rates if it wants to avoid a de- ,
i licit and keep service up to par.
He pointed out that the cost of
i..muling mail, like everything
else, is getting high w ae-
ries and transportation charges
go up.
"gfnee July 1. i46. we have
absorbed $200,000,000 of the in-
creased cost." he said. "I've
. done all I can do about it. Con-
gress should decide whether to
cut the service or increase the
Two Mop Bite Oust
C Meyers heard a noise and saw
a shadowy figure at his back door
in the middle of the night He
fired a 22-calibre rifle at the
shadow, which turned out to be
his wife's mops-
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Shipping & AirLine News
The almost new Panama Canal
launch. Darter, was damaged to
the extent of about $10,000 Tues-
day night when it crashed into
the end of Dock 8 In Balboa.
The operator. B. S. Anderson of
La Boca was hospitalized when
he was thrown through the wind:
shield of the speedy craft. A pas-
senger, waterfront sources said,
wagbadly shaken up
Reason for the accident had
not been established late yester-
day The launch was en route to
pier 19 for refueling when the
accident occurred.
Bai,ta Margarita Mr Triple
died Sunday night when the ship
was about nine hours opt of Bal-
The Ore Steamship Line's Cu-
bore, loaded with 20,000 tons of
iron ore from Chile to Baltimore,
was due to transit today after a
delay for minor engine repairs.
She arrived from Cruz Grande
late Tuesday and was held in the
bay while the repair* were being
To States
The body of Charles Triplett,
chief cook of the PandT Explorer
is tp be sent to New Vork nest
Monday aboard the Grace Line's
Bethlehem Steel Boss
Tells of Development
Of Venezuelan Mines
B. Homer, president of the Beth-
lehem Steel Company, addressing
th Baltimore Association of
Commerce has aid his com-
pany's iron mines in Vne*uela
will soon be producing 3,000.000
tons of iron annually and that
amout can be increased to,-
000 tons. He said the first ship-
load would arrive at an amerjean
steelworks "within two or three
weeks" and a continuous flow:
would follow.
He said the Bethlehem Com-
pany was developing a mangan-;
ese ore mine In Brazil. "We are;
put limiting our interest in oro
to Venezuela, w have new iron
ore development* j Chile, in ad-1
Oition to our older Mines there.
We are continually investigating
new raw material sources both in
this country and Abroad.
Telling of the development of
th Venezuelan mine, Homer
said, "we cleared hundreds of
acres of jungle and built three!
complete communities for em-
ployes and their families we built
a highway and a 36 mile raUroad
from the mines to the Orinoco
"We built two large ore ports
with handling and storage faci-
lities, one on the Orinoco and the
other at deep water on the Ca-'
'To get the ore to the United
States we built a fleet of shallow
draft steamers and barges to
mov the or down the river, and
another fleet of ocean going ore
carriers for the long voyage to
Cristobal's Corning
The ss. Cristobal, whloh sails
from New York Wednesday, will
bring 72 passengers to the Isth-
mus, according to the advance
passenger list from the Panama
Line offices at Balboa Heights.
TUe complete list of passenger
who will arrive Monday follows:
Mrs. Maria Aubert and two
children, Opl. Dorland L. A very;
Cpl. Eleanor J. Barto; Robert
Berger; Mr. s^nd Mrs. Robert M.
Blake; Lf Cmdr Egrl O. Can-
field; Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Clark; Cpl. Welter w. oramp-
Mrs. Thelrna Davti; Mr. Lil-
lian Oelaney; Mrs. Anna Dmy-
tryk, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C.
Dough and daughter; Mrs. Mil-
dred Droste; Mrs. Catherine
Droste and dgughter; William
Droste; Mr. Virginia BuPpiit;
and Mrs. Charle* A fmlaw.
Mrs. Rhea S. Favlll; Dr. and
Mrs. Nathan FlnkJesteln; Mr.
and Mrs. Hoy L. Fiannory; Mr.
and Mr. WlUlam H. Gonzalez
and three children; Mr. and*Mrs.
George D. Gregory; Ruth E. Har-
a-, Thlma C. Headley: Mr. and
rs Frederick J. Hosier; Mary
Hudak; and Mr, and Mrs. Frank
charle W. Johnson; Mr. end
Mrs. Walter D- Johnston and
daughter; Mr. Marie Xalfass
and daughter; Mr. Marline
Kane; Margaret B. Khula; Si-
mona R. Larivlen; Mrs. Marga-
ret M Lester and daughter: Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Leswlng; and
Mrs. Nancy J. Lincoln.
Kieffer W. MoRee: Lula M
Matheson; Mr. Mattlsop G. Mc-
Auley; Mr. Teresa M. O'Donnel:
Eileen Sulsman; Pvt. Robert D.
Swayze; Mrs. Romayne M. Van-
Sant and child; Mrs. Louise H-
Ward. Mr. Catherine H. Well;
Mrs. Rosemary Whelan; Mrs.
Freddie L. and Wirtz and three
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would have guessed-this hand,"
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"South won the opening club lead
in dummy with the king of club
and lost a linease to the queen of
heart*. West returned another
club, knocking out dummy ace-
Declarer then drew two more
round of trumps and led spades.
East took the second round of
! tuades with his ace and returned
' a third club.
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and now had to lead dia^nonds-
He decided to finesse the nine
from dummy. This finesse loot,
aim declarer was defeated.
"How doe an expert find out
where the jack of diamonds is?"
An expert doesn't find out who
has the jack of diamond, but ne
plays th hand in such a way mat
he doesn't care. One simple pre-
caution will make the hand safe
against any defense.
The play begins In the same
way. Dummy win the opening
lead, and a trump finesse loses to
West. Dummy wins th next {wo
lead, and declarer draws trumps.
Dummy is then permitted to win
the first round of spades- At tnis
point, declarer must ruff on of
dummy's clubs.
The effect of this is to remove
from East's hand his only "out"
card. When South now leads a
second spade. East must win with
his ace. He ha no club to lead
back, he ha no trumps, and dates
not lead a spade. Hence he mutt
lad diamonds, and this assure
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rmiRSDAY, MARCH t. 1931
Army, Navy & Air Force News
cently inaugurated throughout the lithmus.
'Watch Your Clutching; Is
Slogan Of Women Trainees
FORT OULICK, C. Z.. March 6
"A stitch In time saves nine,"
so goes the old saying. In con-
Junction with the current Joint
Army, Navy and Air Force Disas-
ter Control program the USAR-
CAR1B School at Fort Oullck,
through its Automotive Division,
Is teaching the women depen-
dents of the Fort Gulick and Fort
Davis area, how to drive jeeps.
3-4 ton, and 2 1-2-ton trucks.
In charge of "Operation Emer-
gency Drivers" is 1st. Lt. Victor
*A,uez, Transportation Corps,
'i .jor Instructor o the Automo-
tive Division. Lt. Maroues is as-
sisted by SFC PauL-Pease. Jos
G Flores, Victor Puraonl, and J.
R. Thompson; Sgts. C. V. Court-
wright and Juan Lpez; and by
Cpl. Edward E. Scherer.
Two classes for driver Instruc-
tion are being held; one from 8:00
a.m. to 12:00 noon and one from
1:00 to '4:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday inclusive at Fort
Randolph. The 42 students are
given class-room lectures' at the
end of which they are given prac-
tical instruction in driving.
71jI's Bandleader
W. 0. Colder Made
Warrant Officer
The recent appointment of
M/Sgt. Thomas E. Golder to War-
rant Officer, Junior Grade, is an
example of the advancement op-
portunities presently available to
all men making a career of the
His 24 years of service have
centered around music on the
regimental, division, hospital and
Army-band level.
WO E. Golder enlisted In the
Array In 1927 and served his first
hitch at Fort Davl. Canal Zone
with the 14th Infantry Band .On
returning to the States In 1931,
he served with numerous bands
from that date until 1943. Leav-
ing the States with the 17th In-
fantry Band he served through
two campaigns, then Joined the
newly formed 7th Division Band
in Hawaii, serving through two
more campaigns in the Asiatic-
Pacific area before returning to
the States in 1945.
On returning from over-seas
WO Golder was assigned to the
458th Hospital Band, Letterman
General Hospital, and served at
that station until his present ser-
vice with the 71st Army Band In
September 1948. Until his present
appointment as Commanding Of-
ficer and Bandleader, Golder ser-
ved as 1st Sgt, Assistant Band-
leader and Orchestra Leader un-
der former Bandleaders at the
71st Armv Band. CWO Eflwln L.
Bird and CWO John J. Kahler.
lift Up
Your Hearts
"The practical Instruction" Lt.
Mrquez stated, "includes the
knowledge necessary to maintain
a vehicle before, during, and af-
ter operation. The course has no
set length," he added. "As soon
as each student understands the
mechanism of the vehicle, she
drives well enough to keep lt In
pood running order; and when
she shows that she can and does
drive carefully, she Is graduated."
A pre-requistte of the course is
that each student must possess
a valid Canal Zone driver's li-
cense. Later, a class will be or-
ganized to teach those who can-
not drive.
"Watch your double-clutching!'
is now the volunteer Instruction
that the women are giving to all
military and civilian drivers who
clash their gears. The women are
enthusiatlc and apt students and
RP Sends Formal
Thanks For Mission
Of Mercy lo Darin
A note of appreciation for Ar-
my assistance given the flood -
stricken peoples of Darlen Pro-
vince last December has been re-
ceived from the Secretary Gen-
eral of the Presidencia In Pana-
The message was directed to
Major Richard A. Hansen, ofil-
cer in charge of the Small Craft
Branch, Office of the Transpor-
tation Officer, U.S. Army Carib-
bean, at Pier 20, Balboa.
Last December, when most of
the Darlen country was Inunda-
ted, the Transportation Officer
received an appeal to assist in
transporting by water Red Cross
supplies to the stricken area. Im-
a truck carburetor without bat-
ting an eyelash. If an emergency
does arise, the women of Fort
Gulick and Fort Davis will be
willing, ready, and able to do
their part.
can now discuss the function op mediately plans were made by
'iHE SOLDIER'S MEDAL for heroism not involving actual
conflict with an enemy was awarded to Major Edward B.
Burdett, (center) and Staff Sergeant William H. Brown
(right) recently in the Albrook theatre by Colonel William
M. Brown, base commander.
The two men distinguished themselves by an act of hero-
ism at San Jose, Costa Rica, on August 17, 1950. Upon ob-
serving the crash of a C-47 aircraft, Major Burdett and Ser-
Eeant Brown proceeded to the crash area and entered the
urning plane in an attempt to rescue the pilot and co-pilot
who were apparently injured and trapped in the crew com-
partment. Both were forced to leave the burning aircraft
without reaching the trapped men because of the intense
heat and smoke.
Major Burdett then made his way to the front of the
aircraft, which was resting against a building, and extricat-
ed a badly injured civilian from beneath the burning wreck-
The award order states: "The prompt and heroic action
of Major Burdett and Staff Sergeant Brown in voluntarily
risking their lives to assist the crash victims reflects great
credit upon themselves and the United States Air Force."
(Air Force Photo)
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Hotel El Panam Balboa Clubhouse
Pete's Catalina Garden Panama Hospital
El Rancho Balboa Y. M. C. A.
Snj th* Downing chirk raarh hai n*
nt< rail Balboa 3Ui (or Information.
Major Hansen to have an army
tup; and two LCM's loaded and
sent to the mouth of the Tuyra
River at La Palma in Pifias Bay.
From there, the relief ships went
up the river to the junction of
the Chucunaque and Yavlsa Riv-
ers where the supplies and a me-
dical team were discharged to
complete their mission of mercy.
A translation of the letter of
appreciation presented Major
Hansen follows:
"In the name of His Excellency
the President of the Republic. I
am pleased to express through!
this medium the profound appre-
ciation of the government and |
the people of Panama for the ef- '
flcient help which you rendered
in a selfless manner to our com-
patriots in the Darlen during the
recent calamitous flood In the
provinces of Darlen. Sincerely,
Jose Obaldia."
Purple Heart Award
Honors Sfc. Watson
At Kobbe Ceremony
Air Force Plans
Sunrise Service
At Beam Stadium
At Sunrise on Easter Sunday
morning general services will oe
conducted by Canal Zone Armed
Forces Protestant chaplains at
Beam Stadium. Albrook Air Force
It Is estimated that a civilian
and military gathering of ap-
proximately 1,500 people will at-
tend the ceremonies at 6:15 a.m.
Combined military and civilian
choirs under the direction of Mr.
Danny Cox, civilian director of
entertainment USARCARIB, will
sing. Music will be furnished by
the Albrook Air Force Base 770th
Air Force Band under the direc-
tion of Warrant Officer Ernest R.
Participating chaplains from the
armed services on the Isthmus
will be Col.E. T. Donahue, Carib-
bean Command chaplain. USAit-
CARIB; Chaplain (Commander)
William W. Winters, United
States Navy; Chaplain (Cptalo)
William F. Clewell, Fort Clayton;
Chaplain (Captain William H.
Blalr, 903 AAA Battalion; and
Chaplain (Captain) Frank E.Wi-
ley, Albrook Air Force Base.
College Students
May Now Apply
For Naval Reserve
College students may now ap-
ply for Naval Reserve commis-
sions 120 days prior to gradua-
tion and receipt of a degree, ac-
cording to 15th Naval District
In the past, applicants for In-
active duty commissions were
required to have degrees before
making application. Applicants
for active duty commissions
were limited to filing applica-
tions 60 days in advance of gra-
Educational requirements for
General Line reserve commis-
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. < ooluon, Epis-
copal Church of Our Saviour,
New Cristobal.)
"The time is fulfilled and the
Kingdom of God is at hand; re-
pent ye, and believe the gospel."
St. Luke 1:15.
Man has lost his way. Man is
ill and finds his several condi-
tions of confusion, unnapplness
and insecurity Intolerable. What
can be done? Is there no remedy,
no way out? Is this the beginning
of his eternal punishment, to
stew helplessly In the ferment of
his own contriving? No, there is
a way to change man's pitiable
condition, thank God. There is a
way out of sin. There Is a cure for
this disease, this torment of soul.
Is this not god news? Is not tne
offer of a way out sufficient to
arouse hope and hunger and in-
ner stirrings to reach out and
posses lt?
The blessed, the happy, the
tangible answer to all man's mis-
eries Is found In a person, Jesus
Christ. What was He? Who Is
Strangely enough only an Indi-
vidual can answer. And he can
answer only when he knows and
believes. And he can know and
believe only when he sickens at
his condition and Is willing to try
another way, one which other
men have found as a way out of
their afflictionsthe way of Je-
sus Christ. But he soon learns
that this way involves repentance,
a giving up. a following, a costly
cleansing and yieldinga deci-
sion to give up "my way" for His
way and to commit sel f to an obe-
dient following. As we walk, our
new way will make its mark on
us arud In ua......
We will give up the lesser for
the greater, ears attentive in lis-
tening; eyes open to see; feet
ready to move In His way. You
will be able to say one day with
St. Paul"For me to live is
New Books
The biography of General Will-
lam C. Gorgas. "Physician to the I
World," is one of the new books
placed in circulation during the
past week by The Panama Canal
The book about the Canal's
first Chief. Health Officer is writ-
ten by John Mendlnghall Gibson;
who is now Director of the Alaba-
ma State Health Department's
Division of Public Health Educa-
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Dlvlnlng-rod Henry Gross
and his dowsing rod, Roberts.
Life of Christ A Ufe of Jesus,
Good speed.
8ocial Science The Soviet
Image of the United States, Barg-
hoorn; Wavy navy, Kerr; Malay
waters, Tomllnson.
Ammunition and fireworks
The hell bomb, Laurence.
Shooting Skeei and trap-
shooting, Shaughnessy.
Debaters'helps American la-
bor unions.
Biography Physician to the
world, Gibson; Miracle at car-
vllle, Martinj F.D.R.; his per-
sonal letters, 1928-1945.
Fiction The whole armor,
Baldwin; Night of the jabber-
wock, Brown; A daisy chain for
Satan; Fleming; A game for em-
pires, Frye; Tessle, the hound of
Channel one, Meade; A state In
Mimosa, Tallant.
Replacements Haven's end.
Marquand; This side Idolatry,
Roberts; The lungfish. the dodo,
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Arthur Davis Dies
In Santo Tomas;
Funeral Set Today
Arthur D. Davis, a long-time
resident of Panama City, died in
Santo Tomas Hospital Tuesday at
6:30 p.m. He was 78 years old at
the time of his deaht.
Burial services were scheduled
for today at 12:30 p.m., and the
funeral cortege left from his for-
mer residence. No. 91, Calle Es-
tudiante, at noon.
Mr. Davis, a native of Jamaica,
came to the Isthmus in 1906. His
death came as the result of a
sudden brain hemorrhage.
Surviving him are his wife,
Sarah de Davis, and a daughter,
c7ash ions V) right
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At a ceremonial parade of the! emester hours of physics is no
33rd Infantry, at Ft. Kobbe, Sfc.! longer a requirement. Mathe-
Carl W. Watson of Hq. Co., 2nd matlcs through trigonometry, if
Bn., received the Purple Heart for completed in an accredited col-
shrapnel wounds received Decem- lege, university, or secondary
ber 27, 1944, In Hidenhelm, Oer- school, will suftlce. Formerly, 12
many. semester hours of mathematics j France Field 8-1754.
Watson was a staff sergeant were required. .^__^__
with Company B. 56th Battalion, I
12th Armored Division, at the | ^-----------
time, and was the leader of a rifle
squad. He is one of two men who
stayed with this same Company ;
P from activation to de-activa-
Watson enlisted in the Army
at Fort Rey, Kansas, on Dec.
11, 1940, and now has move than l
nine years of active duty. At the
present time he is platoon ser-
geant of the pioneer and am-
munition platoon.
Sfc. Watson is a native of Pitts,
burg, Kansas, where he last lived
at 2008 North Broadway with his
wife, the former Mary Danieux.
They were married January 18,
1948. and now have a girl three
months old. Watson is the son of
Mrs. Amanda Watson, who now
lives in Springfield, Missouri.
Silver City
Biology Club
To Meet Today
The Silver City Biology Club,
of the S. C. O. H. 8.. an affiliate
of the Science Clubs of America.,
will resume its meetings today In
the High School building.
This will be the first meeting
since the recent polio epidemic.
Many Interesting topics will be
discussed and all members are
urged to attend.
A. C. Greaves, biology teacher,
is the sponsor. .
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USA-Argentina Basketball Teams Clash Tonight
Thomas Hurls Perfect Game Against All-Stars
Three Balls Hit To Outfield;
Directors To Fete Champions
Dave Thomas earned himself a niche in local base-
ball's mythical Hall of Fame by hurling a perfect game
the Canal Zone League Champion Cristobal Morras nine
against the Service All-Stars last night before some 2,000
fans at the Balboa Stadium last night in the American
Red Cross benefit game. Cristobal won 7-0.
The Cristobal righthander became the second hurler
in history to accomplish the feat. The only other pitcher
to turn in a perfect game with no runners reaching first
base is Mickey Harris who is now with the Washington
Senators of the American League.
Harris turned the trick against the Canal Zone Lea-
gue All-Stars in 1942. In that contest Harris struck out
five while last night Thomas set down 16 men via strikes.
Another curious fact is that only three balls were hit
to the outfield one to each outfielder. The second bat-
ter in the ninth attempted to break the no-hitter with a
bunt, but to no avail.
The only time Thomas was in danger of losing his no-
hitter was in the fourth when shortstop Clem Koshorek
raced behind second base and made a nice stop them threw
the batter out.
Johnny Clauzel was the batting star of the game and
aided Thomas considerably. Clauzel hit an inside the park
homer, a doublf and a single.
Tonight the Board of Directors of the Cristobal Mor-
ras will be hosts to the players this evening at the Cristo
bal Gun Club. The treat will get underway at 7:30 p.m.
A friend chicken dinner with all the extras will be
served. Friends of the players who wish to attend will be
welcome. _
Charles Retains Heavyweight
Crown: Has Badly Injured Ear
On The Alleys.
Name W L
i Los Maestros ......... 4 23
' Los Chivos ........... 44 ae
Los Vagos ............ 39 33
Balr Cats ............ 3 34
Rama ................ S3 39
Taper Shuiflers ...... 30 42
Long Shots............ 2 43
Hot Shot............ 28 46
' High Individual game: George
E. Pair, Balr Cats 233.
Highest three game series: Carl
Coooer. Los Chivos 622.
Name Av*. Handicap
Cooper........... 188
Detriek .......... 168
Davis ............ 165
Hlpson .......... 164
Sexton .......... 180
Huff............. 159
Eehnay .......... 158
Fovkln .......... 157
Kelson........... 156
Pmlth............ 154
Johnson ......... 153
Radakovich ,..... 152
Sheldon.......... 152
Army Sports
quarters Company strengthened
Its hold on first place In the 33rd
Infantry's Second Battalion soft-
ball league when It nipped F.
Comoany in its last outing. 6-5.
Telling blow of the seesaw
fame was a bases loaded triple
y 3rd sacker Magnuson. of Hq
Co., In the sixth. Boggs and Da
brasky pitched for Hq. Co., Gilley
catching. F. Co. had Collins
chucking and Sandlfer catching.
Outstanding lor Hq. Co. were
Magnuson, Dabrasky, and Gillev.
who nipped several playera off
first base with his strong arm.
"""Santo and the battery stood out
for F. Co.
- Co. E stayed off a last minute
{pally by Co. H to win 1-6. Co E
drew first blood with A two run
^cluster, but Co. H had taken over
-the lead 3-2 by the fourt. How-
ever, 8 Co. scored six runs in the
DETROIT. March 8 Izsard Charlea till had tha
heavyweight crown after his un-
animous decision victory over
Jersey Joe Walcott but he also
had such a badly swollen ear that
he will not be able to go through
with his planned defense against
Joe Louis in April.
Charles suffered an ear injury
while winning a 15-round deci-
sion over 37-year-old Walcott be-
fore 13,852 fans at Olympia Stad-
ium last night.
Although Charles deserved
the decision ( it was so unpop-
ular with the customers who
paid 875,562 they booed for six
minutes and In the dressing
room Walcott complained he
had been "robbed."
It was Walcott's fourth unsuc-
cessful bid for the heavyweight
crown but It was such an unex-
pectedly magnificent try that
Walcott probably will be offered
another big money fight with
Walcott, the father of six
children, slowed up in the mid-
dle third of the fight last night,
otherwise he mi lit have been
hailed today as the oldest man
ever to ascend the heavyweight
Charles was treated in a De-
troit hospital for ruptured blood
vessels and a possible ruptured
ear drum.
Scrogglns. 30, was arrested In
Los Angeles and charged with
offering a $1,500 bridge to a
Southern Cal basketball player.
The player turned down the
money, which was designed to
fix the UCS-UCLA game.
last three innings.
Winning pitcher waa Alber-
aon: losing pitcher was Mc-
Donald. Kinch claimed the bat-
ting crown of the day when he
helped E Co.'s cause with a long
triple. The totals:
Co. E..........8 10 6
Co. H..........6 10 a
The league standings follow:
Hq. Co................. 2
G Co ................. 1
Co................... 2
FCo.................. 0
H Co.................0
A Massachusetts legisla tor
proposed allowing taverns In
that etate to remain open until
midnight so customers can
watch the end of boxing bouts.
They now have to close at 11
If his Idea is adopted, it'll be
the first time a whisky sour waa
; saved bv the bell.
Just Received
Members of the Pacific Boys'
Club this week opened their week
of sports celebration and gave
onlookers a fine display of cage
techniques as the initial item of
the program. The event, feat-
uring the Halcones and the Tro-
pical Laundry quintets, first and
second halves winners of the 1951
basketball league, waa a thriller
all the way as both teams fought
In vicious fashion for the vcrdit.
The score favored the Halcones
30 to 26.
Pressed by superb performances
by L. Mena and E. White, who
spearheaded the Washers' early
onslaughts, the Halcones appear-
ed destined for defeat as they
scrabled to keep pace with their
rivals In the first two Quarters of
the fray. A change of formation,
sharpshooting by C. Ogllvie and
C. Klrton. and Martin's stubborn
defense were the vital factors of
the victory for the Halcones.
Ogllvie's shooting netted him
12 points for the game's highest
scorer while Kirton's contribution
of 7 points also played an im-
portant part in the win. L. Mena
was top man with 9 ooints for the
losers. He Was followed by E.
White who sank 8 points.
Perdomo's Sporters, winners of
the junior league, will take on
flcked players from the other
unior teams of the circuit in an
exhibition tilt, Friday night. Per-
domo's fast-stepping cagesters
ran away with both halves of
their department, and played
brilliantly against stiff opposition
from their rivals. Thev will, in
Friday's tussle, give further evid-
ence of their better team work,
which Is still the center of discus-
sion among basketball fans. The
game will begin at 7:30.
Kleiner's Korner
NEA Staff Cerrespondent
THE Brooklyn Dodgers have
set up a working agreement
with Caracas of the Venezuelan
Winter League. It's the first
time a major league team en-
tered into a formal deal with a
South American outfit.
The Dodger organization will
have to add a new position
ambassador to farm teams.

It's nice to see International
cooperation at the sports level.
Perhaps the UN would have bet-
ter luck if it forgot about
SDeeches and resolutions and
started a third major league.
for Henry J"s
'50 ft '51 STUDEBAKERS
'49 ft '50 FORDS
- '49 & *50 DODGES
'49 ft '50 PLYMOLTHS
Justo Arosemena Ave. & 26th Street
15th & Broadway
BEHIND TIME Snapping the tape, and Don Gehrmann's
victory string, FBI man Fred Wilt registers a first place in
the Columbian mile in Madison Square Garden, during the
Knights of Columbus meet. Symbolically, the camera catches
Gehrman behind the judge's stop-watch as he comes in six
yards behind Wilt's time of 4:8.4. Considered the biggest
upset of the indoor track season, the FBI man's surprising
performance ended the Wisconsin runner's victory string
at 39.
MIAMI BEACH.There are parlay players still living who
remember when winter racing was not auitt as respectable or
decorous as a May fair tea. To be blunt about it. Winter racing
was a racket. And the better people of the sport scorned it as
a plague or a Garden basketball.
This, is not to say that everybody connected with winter racing
In the dark ages were members of Sing Sing Alumni. A few
hardy pioneers like Matt Win, Jim Coffroth and Ed Bradley tried
to give it an honest whirl but were outnumbered. It wasn't until
Joe Widener took over Hlaleah in 1929 that winter racing began
to take on tone and stability.
With Jockey Club, background, top-drawer Ideas and an
abundance of what the boys call cabbage (ft ain't hay the
Philadelphia socialite transformed winter racing from a form of
refined larceny Into a sport that today enjoys wide public conlid-
ence in the semi-tropics.
There has been a notable advance in tolerance and under-
standing to let an instance of evil doing be exposed at a winter
track In J-nuaryas happens from time to timeand the phil-
osophic In/ e player merely shrugs: "It could happen in June at
Belmont." The horse player never expects to find the mlllenium
in the entries, anyway.
It being fashionable these days to build monuments to horses
that never conspired with gamblers to defeat the point spread,
and bestow ornate citations on jockeys who spurned hot stoves as
part of their equipment, the omission of suitable recognition of
Widener here as the father of winter racing is surprising.

Because old Matt Winn juiced up the Derby from a bush-
league event to the country's most popular race, his promotional
gilts were fullsomely hailed. I always thought Widener was an
even better promoter because hia contributions were more sub-
stantial and he dealt only in first-class merchandise.
Of course, Widener had a pull in the weights in that he didn't
have to hustle for a buck. But his every move had the better-
ment of the sport in mind foremost. It was Widener who intro-
duced the totallser in this country, the mechanical gimmick
which guarantees the bettor a fair shake in the odds room. It
was years before Winn followed.
Many f agrant sins are committed in the name of showman-
ship. Wiiir ier had as much of this in his blood as any promoter
ycu care // name, from Barnum to Ziegfeld. A feeling for beauty
inspired tuost of his window dressing, and he kept it in charac-
ter, lovely tropical birds, such as the flamingoes in the center
feild, and the gaily garmented Seminles, authentic Indians, who
parade on getaway day; this latter item is the source of press-
box cynicism "one whiff of the Seminles and you gotta
This is closing day. It marks a phenomenal successful season
with the betting up some 20 per cent, The sport has been fine
without being outstanding, so the upswing must be attributed to
oi her factors. One is inflation. Another is the crackdown on book-
makers. The extermination process has not been total but few
downtown policemen will now book your bet. Not during rush
hour, anyway.
You get a good idea of the growth of winter racing by stu-
dying the purse monies. This year Hlaleah put $1,399,000 for the
horsemen to shoot at. Twenty years ago the sum was only
$340,000. The growth of Santa Anitawhich did not move Into the
f:eld until Widener had demonstrated the soundness of winter
racingis similarly Illustrated, the purse monies advancing from
$683,705 in '34 opening meeting, to $2,425,080 last year. t
Widener and Hlaleah had an ally in Ben Jones, the Missouri
trainer, who set to rest for all time the nonsense that winter
racing Is harmful to the thoroughbred. Until he saddled Lawrln
to win the Flamingo here and went on to double in the Derby in
"38 the general tendency waa to pamper three-year-olds. As a con-
sequence tourists saw few first-class youngsters in action at re-
sort tracks.
Jones has won five of the last 13 Derbies with colts he raced
or trained down here and if that isn't proof enough that a good
horse in the hands of a good trainer can stand early racing It
is at least persuasive evidence. Jones' secret Is simple: He doesn't
overwork his two-year-olds. Seldom starts them until summer,
In fact.
By and large, winter racing has been good for the sport. It
Sioduced the totallser. Through Jones It destroyed a myth. Such
timed riders as Fator, Satide, Longden, Woolf, Lang and Parte
came off winter racing tracks. And more sun seekers from Iowa.
Kansas. Ohio and Wisconsin know how to play the dally doub'e
and read the form charts. Illiteracy Is a tough problem but it
can be whipped.
Sania Cruz Sports
y I
The Agenda Steers nine kept
their second halt hopes alive
Tuesday when they defeated
Radio Corp. 7-5 on the four hit
pitching of Clarence "The Fight-
er" Sampson.
It waa a nip and tuck battle
all the way, but the Magaslne-
men showed a real classy de-
fense and this proved the edge.
Steers tallied for three runs In
the first inning, on lead-off man
Phillip's sizzling single, moving
to second on the sacrifice, and
raced home with Holder, who had
drawn a base on balls, in hot pur-
suit, on Phillip Malcolm's double.
Malcolm scored later on first
sacker Barber's error. Pitcher
Sampson started real shaky, and
this accounted for the two un-
earned runs the Radiomen scor-
ed In their half of the first In-
ning. Steers got two more in the
second on three hits.
The Radiomen got two also In
their half of the second, when
center-fielder Lowe powered one
over the left-field wall his
fourth of the season with a
mate aboard.
The Magazlnemen got two
runs in the upper fourth, on two
singles, and a double, by Philips,
Morgan, and Holder, respective-
ly. Sampson held the Radiomen
in check until the lower sixth,
when Weeks got an lnalde-the-
park-homer. Sampson was real
hot in the lower seventh when he
got Radio's three most powerful
hitters. Roberts, Holder, and Par-
rls in order to end the ball game.
Leading hitters for the win-
ners were: Phillips, 3-4, Morgan
2-2. and for the losers, Lowe, 2-2.
The winners collected a total of
nine hits, to four of the losers.
Winning pitcher, Sampson, los-
er, Lynch. Umpires: D. Jones, H
Joseph, and A. Barber.
The records of teams standings,
and the ten leading hitters as of
yesterday's game are as follows:
Monticello Softball League
(Straight Schedule)
Teams W. L
Panama Radio .11 3
A. Alemn Jr. .. 6 7
Agendas Steers 6 8
Omphroy Hudson 4 9
(Second Half Schedule)
Panama Radio 2 I
Agendas 8teers .2 1
Omphroy Hudson 1 1
A. Alemn Jr. .. .0 0
Meeting Is Fitting Climax
To Pan-American Games
i y United Pross
BUENOS AIRES, March 8 Th. undefeated Argen-
tina and U.S.A. basketball teams will clash at Luna Park
tonight before an expected capacity crowd of 30,000 as
a fitting climax to the tan-day Pan-American Gamas in
view of the fact that both countries have virtually domin-
ated tht sports carnival Argentina topping tht field
in tht overall point standings and tha United States in
men and woman's track and field.
(Leading Hitters)
A. Brownie, PR 29
L. Walker, AA .35
I. Wiley, AA .41
D. Roberts, PR .30
P. Philips. AS .43
P. Malcolm, AS 35
L. Evelyn, H ..30
T. Jeterkln, PR.46
Bralthwaite. H .41
E. Parrts, PR ..38

13 .448
In the unofficial overall point
standings Including Wednes-
day Argentina led with 1268,
United States 927, Mexico 327,
Brasil SIS, Cuba 2SS, Peru 135,
Guatemala 34, Veneauela32, Tri-
nidad 31, Ecuador 27, Colombia
20, Jamaica 12, Panama 11, Pa-
raguay 9. Haiti 7, Costa Rica 8,
Nicaragua 5, El Salvador 4.
The Argentina and United
States basketballers will be re-
newing the hoop rivalry that
started In last year's world
tournament when the Pampas
boys defeated the North Amer-
icans for the title In the finar
That North American team was
the Denver Chevrolets which had
placed third In the Amateur
Athletic Union Tournament In
the United States and was
handicapped using the heavier
South American ball.
The present United States
team Is known as the Oakland,
California Blue and Gold, star-
ring Don Barkale who Is a UCLA
player. This team is considered
stronger than the Denver
The North Americans haye
done all right with the heavier
ball which has more seams
than the type uaed in the Uni-
ted States and said they will
not use that as an excuse If
they lose but they made no
secret of tha fact they were
worried about the referreing.
They were referring to the
type of officiating in the boxing
contests in which the arbiters,
according to the North American
team captain, rendered typical
home town decisions which even
the local partisan crowd booed.
Argentina had another big day
yesterday, winning polo, football
(soccer), shooting and boxing
team titles. In the boxing tourna-
ment, Argentina swept all eight
weight classifications. Chile had
four second and two third places.
Brazil had-two second and one
third places, Venezuela one sec-
ond place, Mexico two third
places. United States two third
In last night's finals Alberto
Barenghi of Argentina was the
victor over Olympic flyweight
champion Pascual Perez. Oscar
Oallardo of Argentina copped the
lightweight title by defeating
Fernando Araneda of Chile.
Oscar Pita of Argentina won
the welterweight championship
by default when Cristobal Her-
nandez of Cuba failed to appear,
Henriquez Tennis
Tournament Play
Continues Today
Play in the Henriquez Cup Ten-
nis Tournament is scheduled to
continue this afternoon at the
New Cristobal tennis court with
E. Henriquez meeting Stevens at
4:30 p.m.
Saturday at 3 p.m.a. Young
tackles W. Arthur.
Sunday at 8 a.m.BUI Mlsner-
H. Randolph vs. Hedges-Barnes
in a doubles match.
Other Sunday matches are
9 a.m.Frank Hladky-Jullo Plnl-
11a vs. Hedges-Perry.
10 a.m.K. Young vs. C. Old-
11 a.m.Myron Fisher vs. Cpl.
All of these matches are being,
played with Spaulding term
balls at the request of the players,'
Over the weekend the Lalche-
Perry doubles team defeated
Henrlquez-Chadwich 6-2, 7-9,
6-2; Misner-Randolph downed S.
Young-K. Young 6-4. 6-1: Taft
beat Randoloh 4-8. 6-0, 6-2; K.
Young scored over David Halman
by forfeit and Cyril Oldfleld won
over George Maduro by forfeit
Kresch Comes Through '
For C. Z. Baseball Loop !
Upa Kresch. one of Colon's
greatest baseball fans, contribut-
ed $215 to the Canal Zone Base-
ball League In the form of base-
ball tickets which he distributed
to his customers on the night of
his arrival from Mexico City.
Kresch, who is owner of the
Clridge Cafe in Colon, has been
long known on the Atlantic Side
for his generosity and his latest
esture In behalf of the sore beset
aseball situation carried with it
the thanks of every Isthmian
diamond fan.
"You mean White Horse!
Every horse is not a thoroughbred and every whisky
does not come from Scotland. If you appreciate the finer
things of life, taste the rich and mellow flavour of your
White Horse whisky. From where else could it come but
Scodand the home of Scotch whisky, where Nature
and man have combined to produce the drink of drinks.
White Horse is a permanent member of the best social
and sporting clubs, a welcome guest at every party, ft
dweller in every diicriminating home. It should be
your first choice in whisky. Ask for it by name.
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pleasure to remember a Joy to see again

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80. 9b,BatLa J4.ifkU-D*t. 2-1336
cocktail party at their quarters
on Quarry Heights lost evening
in honor of several visitors.
The honor guests were Lt. Gen-
eral Hubert R. Harmon, United
States Air Force, United States
Congressman Donald Jackson of
Caornla, United States Con-
gressman A. F. J. Carnahan of
Mississippi, and Colonel Enrlaue
Bernales, Chief of Staff of the
Peruvian Air Force, all of whom
arrived from South America yes-
terday an don their way to the
United States.
General Ovidio Qulroga, Chief
of Staff of the Bolivian Armed
Forces, who left today for Bo-
livia after a stay of two days
here, was also an honor guest at
the cocktail party.
Former Governor
and Mrs. Schley
Entertaining Tonight
The Former Governor of The
Panama Canal and Mrs. Julian
L. Bchley-are entertained a group
of their friends at a buffet sun-
per this evening at the Hotel Tl-
voll. The party U the Schley's
despedida to their friends before
their departure- next week for
their home in Washington. They
will sail March 16 on the 8.8.
Cristobal after spending two
months here.
Miss Beatrice M. Wohlfarth, daughter of Mr. mJHb. J. t.
Woblfarth of Inglewood, California, to Ross Barnett Kon-
Table. on of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kongable f Curundu was
solemnised Friday evening at six o'clock in the Post Chapel,
Fort Amador. Chaplain Edward T. Donahue read the mar-
riage rvlce and pronounced the blessing In the presenee of
relatives and a few close 'Hends ef the couple.
Calla lilie. and agapanthu. filled the altar vases The
nuptial music was played by Professor Hans Janowitz and
Danny Cox sang "The Lord's Prayer."
In the absence of her father,
the bride was given in marriage
by Leslie E. Wilkinson. Mrs. Anna
Weston. the bride's grandmother,
acted in place of her mother.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length strapless gown of French
lace with a matching lace Jacket.
The jacket was made with a high
neckline and long sleeves and
was finished with satin and lace
covered buttons at the wrists and
down the front. Her veil of
French Illusion was held in place
with a coronet of seed pearls. She
carried a bououet of Vanda orch-
ids with a shower of satin rib-
bons and gypsophelia.
Miss Eleanor Kuller was maid
of honor and the bride's only at-
tendant. Her gown of power blue
had a lace bodice and a bouffant
skirt of net over tatteta. Her stole
and gloves matched her gown and
she carried an old fashioned
noeegav of pink African daisies
tied with blue ribbon. Merritt
Bender was best man and George
Simms acted as usher.
After the ceremony Mrs. West-
on entertained the wedding
uests at a reception held at the
rmy and Navy Club, Fort Ama-
Mr, Kongable and his bride
have gone to Medellin, Colombia,
on their wedding trip. They will
be at home aL2003-A. Curundu,
after the middle of this month.
Dinner Tonight To Honor
Foreign 'Minister and Mrs. Brin
The Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs, Dr. Carlos N. Brln. and Mrs.
Brin are the guests In whose
honor British Minister to Fana-
ma, Eric Arthur Cleugh is enter-
taining at dinner tonight at the
Legation in the Exposition
Governor and Mrs. Newcomer
Entertain at Luncheon
The Governor of The Panama
Canal and Mrs. Francis K. New-
comer entertained at luncheon
yesterday at the Governor's
House for Miss Marguerite At-
wood. Mrs. Davenport Wallace,
and her son, of Boston, Massa-
chusetts. wh -are maklne a
winter cruise on the 8.8. "Nleu
Amsterdam." Also entertained at
luncheon with the visitors were
the Italian Minister to Panama
and Mrs. Lulgi Marian! and Mrs.
Marianl's mother. Mrs. Alace E.
K. Eddy of Providence, Rhode Is-
Visitors Honored by
General and Mrs. Morris
The Commanding General Ca-
ribbean Command and Mrs. Wil-
liam H. H. Morris, Jr., gave a
Everybody &a
Cocktail Party Honors
Professor and Mrs. Cox
Mrs. Roberto Heurtematte, St.
gave a cocktail party Monday
evening at her home In Bella
Vista as a farewell for Professor
and Mrs. Sidney Cox, who left
this week for their home In Dur-
ham, New Hampshire. They have
been the house guesU for a few
weeks of their son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joaqun
J. Vallarino E.
Dr and Mrs. Octavio Mende
Pereira left yesterday for Hava-
na, Cuba.
Styles-Benny Wedding
This Evening
The marriage of Miss Marie
Genevieve Benny to John Thom-
as Styles will be solemnized this
evening at six thirty o'clock in
Sacretd Heart Chapel Hall. The
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter E. Benny, are giving a
wedding reception In the Ball-
rom of the Hotel Tlvoll Immedi-
ately following the ceremony. No
invitations have been Issued and
all friends are Invited to the
wedding and the reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny entertain-
ed at dinner at their residence
in Balboa Wednesday evening,
following the rehearsal of the
wedding, for their daughter, her
fiance, and the members of their
wedding party.
Wedding to Take Place
In New York
.James F. Redmond of Balboa
is sailing Friday on the SB, Ba-
nama for New York where hi;
marriage to Miss Ruth Townsend
Wyckoff, daughter of Mrs. Fre-
derick A. Wyckoff. will take place
on Saturday, the seventeenth of
Hall-Webb Wedding
March 15
The marriage of Miss Mary Lou
Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adraln Webb of Pedro Miguel, to
William 8. Hall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Hall of Balboa, will
take place Thursday morning,
the fifteenth of March ,at seven
Nine CZJC Students
Cast In Broadcast
Of Play Over HOG
The cast of "Marjorie Daw' by
Thomas Bailey Aldrich. to be giv-
en over station HOG on Sunda.v,
at 7 p.m. presents six young men
and three young women of the
College Drama of Canal Zone Ju-
nior College.
Frank Robinson opens
show, and will be heard in a d'ial
role. Jim Orvis Is the Injured
young man on whom the doctor
Is In attendance, the doctor to be
played by Jame G. Raymond.
The irlend who writes of the ex-
ceptional happenings at Rye, New
Hampshire on the seashore will
be Larry Parks, while Marjorie
Daw of whom he writes will oe
played hv Martha Irvln.
Drucllla McConnell Is Impor-
tant in the ownership and man-
agement of the house at Eye,
New Hampshire, while Anne
Howze will be cast in the role of
the young man's sister, at home
in New York City. Tom Peterson
will be cast as Colonel Daw, Mar-
jorle's father and Jack Ray will
complete the cast in the role of
the young man's butler.
"Marjorie Daw" Is the second
In the current series of College
Drama radio broadcasts, given
over station HOG by courtesy of
Len Worcester, station manager.
All interested persona are invired
to listen in on Sunday at 7 p.m.
SHORES, Charles Preston. 25,
of Fort Clayton, formerly of Mil-
ton, Tenn., to SHOEMAKER,
Mary Louise, 22, of Barberton,
ACOSTA, Mr. and Mrs. Vln-
center, of Mindi, son, March 5,
Colon Hospital.
LEWIS, Mr. and Mrs. Archi-
bald ,of Panama, daughter,
March 0, Gorges Hospital.
thirty o'clock, and will be fol-
lowed by a breakfast at the Hotel
Tlvoll for members of the fam-
lles and for the bridal party.
'Miss Weltmer Visiting
At Gamboa
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Weltmer
of Gamboa have aa their house
guest Mr. Weltmer's sister, Miss
Ethel Weltmer of Nevada, Mis-
souri, who arrived Monday by
airplane for a visit of two weeks.
On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Welt-
mer took their house guest, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernst A. Erbe and Da-
niel Perry on an all day trip up
the Chagres and Chlllbrl Rivers.
Mary El&abeth Little, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Norman Little, was christened
Sunday at the Post Chapel, Fort
Clayton, by Father John Nagle.
Her godparents are Miss Bar-
bara Ely and William A. Altman.
The baby Is a granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schrlftgiesser
of Balboa and of Mrs. Carl
Rowsing who resides In Florida.
After the christening Mr. and
Mrs. Schrlftgiesser held an In-
formal reception at their home
for friends of the family.
Catholic Nurses' Council
Postpones Meeting
The Canal Zone Catholic Nurses
Council has postponed its bi-
monthly meeting from tonight to
March 13 at 7:30 p.mj The meet-
ing has been postponed so that
members may attend the Isth-
mian Nureses' Association meet-
ing to be held at the Balboa
Clubhouse tonight at 7:30.
SAMPSON, 8gt. and Mrs. Cla-
rence H., of Albrook Field, son,
March 6, floreas Hospital.
OLSEN, Stella, 64, of Gamboa,
March 6, (Jorgas Hospital.
NUNNELLEY, Brent G., of
Rousseau, March 6, Coco Solo
Naval Hospital.
Rolofson Book Tells
History of Zone's
Union Churches
The Canal Zone Is the scene of
a unique chapte- in the history
o Protestant unity.
The history 01 the Union
Church of the Canal Zone, the
only example of Its kind In the
world of union churches, where
all faiths are welcome and wor-
ship together, Is told In the re-
cent publication, "Christian Co-
operation at the World's Cross-
roads." Edited by Dr. Robert H.
Rolofson, former pastor of the
Balboa Union Church, and the
result of two years of research
through the records of the seven
constituent churches and the
files of the governing bodv. the
General Council of the Union
Church of the Canal Zone, the
book contains over 400 pases of
text and more than 200 Illustra-
tions. It Is divided Into five books,
preceded by an Introduction by
Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdlck and
a preface by the author.
Book I, entitled "Zonelore" de-
nlcts the peculiarities of Hie In
the Canal Zone.
Book II tells the history of the
Union Church of the Canal Zone
as a whole.
Book III contains the detailed
histories of each of the seven
constituent churches. Book IV
complements the preceding book
with 1U Hats, by churches, of the
names of every Individual whom
available records have shown
ever to have belonged to any one
of those churches.
Book V "Backgrounding the
Big Ditch," Is an epitome of the
Canal's histor yand the move-
ments through four centuries
that led to Its construction. It
was written by A. V. McGeachey,
a worker as a youth on the con-
struction of the canal and for the
past 30 years editor of the Star
and Herald.
The book Is being distributed
by all of the Union Churches In
the Canal Zone.
Politics Disrupt
World Championship
Ping Pong Tourney
VIENNA, Mar. 8 (UP) Poll-
tics disrupted the 18th world
championship ping pong tourna-
tlcs has disrupted the 18th world
ment here.
Egyptian entrants refused to
play against contestants from Is-
rael, and Eastern Europeans
warned they might refuse to
compete with persons from "fas-
cist Yugoslavia."
Egypt declared it could not play
Israel because the two countries
were still at war.
"We have nothing against their
religion," said Egyptian captain
Amln Abuhdif, "but Israel doesn't
even exist as a state."
Israeli manager Vardl Isaac
replied that his team had come
to Vienna to play ping pong, not
talk politics. He was ready to play
Egypt at any time.
The French delegation said
that if Egypt refused to play Is-
rael then Egypt should not be
permitted to enter the tourna-
The Eastern European support-
ed France. Polish team manager
Gurakl criticized the Egyptians
in a long speech in Russian.
Gurskl said that If Egypt re-
fuses to play Israel the Eastern
European "democracies" would
refuse on the same grounds to
play "fascist" Yugoslavia.
'Wife' Fools Two
ft. FELIX Just Received
Special Purchase
. Mostly Mormon
Utah's population is 68.8 per cent
Mormon, surveys by the U.8. De-
partment of commerce field ser-
vice reveaL
Husbands; Posed As
Woman tor 40 Years
SANFORD. Fla., March B (UPJ
A 60-year-old "maid," who de-
ceived housewives, two "hus-
bands" and police for 40 yeais,
was discovered by hospital phy-
sicians today to be actually a
Police Chief Roy Williams sal
Georgia Black, a Negro man. has
posed as a woman since he came
here "about 1908." He married
two Negro men, now dead and
draws a widow's pension from the
county city.
"Georgia has long hair and
apparently duped eVen the two
husbands," Williams said. "They
never complained to the police."
Even Georgia's family did not
know he was actually a man.
Williams said he checked a
younger sister and brother in
South Carolina who said they
thought Georgia was their sister.
Georgia was living with a Ne-
gro woman. Viola Woods, who
said she was deceived by the
ruse. Oeorgla was unconscious
in a hospital here and unable to
Horsemen Must Be Settee
The Arlsona highway code con-
tains a section Lilo McGlll, an In-
dian, didn't know about. McGlll
was fined $100 for drunken driv-
ing. In court, he learned the
code pertaining to drunken driv-
ing penalties applies to persons
on horseback as well as automo-
bile drivers.
Famous Brand
(light factory imperfects)
Regular priee would be
taifi to $7.50
Regalar price would be
$7.95 to $10.95
Regular price would be
$5.95 to $.95
21 Central Avenue
Open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and during noon hour.
Selected Mahogany
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fant garden-fresh,
flavor-faff green peas?
POND'S new foundation
and powder sil-ha-OBO
Not a cake make-up. Not a greasy
Goes on without water. Sfoys on-
much longer than powder.
Perfect to carry I Can't spill over
handbag or dark clothes.
In six angel-sweet shades ... Camelete with downy a#
For super-wonderful
Shelled, raocfy to pep
Into boiling water.
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on th* tab!*.
(f) Mob your baby mi*
/y&f Comfortable ti**Z 9
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f Guard babyVeeneiHve, deliceis skis)
I with pun, bland Johnson's evy Oil.
It help* prevent skin cheflnt.jlDi"'*
ead irritation.
At baby's bath time, be suns to ate
gentle, fragrant Johnson's Baby Soap
10 keep baby's skis soft and smooth.
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Tel. 2-1830
7:30 p.m.
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
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No. 4 Tlvell Ave.
Phone 2-2291
Parque de I.euep*
No. 4 Fourth of July Ave.
Phone 2-9441
10 OS* Maleada* Avt.
Phone 255 COLON
No. 55 West 12ta Street
N. $7 "H" Street Panama
No. 12.17 Central Ave. Col.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, only 4,000 miles Styline
De Luxe, white side woll tires.
Coll Cristobal 3-1396 oftcr 6 p.
- FOR SALE:Must sell, urgent trip,
1950 Buick. Perfect condition,
duty net poid. Telephone 3-0"/10.

FOR SALE1939 Dodge Club Coupe
$100. For informotion coll D.
Page, Forfan Radio Stotion. Phone
Navy 3720.___________
EOR SALE: 1949 Pontioc "8"
Chieftain 4-door sedan with. Hy-
dramotic, radio and heater, excel-
lent condition. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
328 or 88-374.
FOR SALE:1937 Cadillac coupe,
good condition. New rubber and
battery. $250.00. House 127-B.
FOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon
1942, duty paid. Just overhauled.
Cocoli 545-B.
FOR SALE: 1935 Chevrolet four
brand new tires, siie 5.50 x 17.
Coll Balboa 2663.
FOR SALE:Real bargoin, Ford Tu-
dor Sedan 1950. Like new car. For
details see Mr. Lobo at Autolan-
dia used cor lot. 4th of July Ave.
No. 14-A, Tel. 2-3185._________
FOR SALE:fontiac De Luxe, 1950,
with only 10,000 miles, excellent
condition. Real bargain. See it:
SAS. Avenue Belisorio Porras.
Oldsmobile Sedan 1942, rodio, new
upholstery and tires, very good
point. See Mamo, La Porisien.
Central Ave. No. 1 13.
MS DODGE 4 dooi sedan with
radio and food tires. A
real bargain $900.
47 CHRYSLER New York.r 4
door tadan with radia
nd excellent tire. $1050
'41 FORD 6 Cyl. 2 door tsdan
with radio and food tires $975
'49 PACKARD Sedanerte with
radio and Hat covert.
New paint oh and excel-
lent tiras. Hal to ba taen
to ba appreciated. $1,600
'Finance available
C I V A. S. A.
Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer
Tal. 2-0870 Panama
FOR SAL: High floit oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Brown filly, 11 months
o!d. May be seen at Curundu Riding
Club or coll 2-1639.
FOR SALE: Thorough-bred wire-
hairad Terrier Puppies. Also Bmick
Dynatlow, 1950 Special Da Luxa,
four dear sedan, as new, only
4,000 miles. Call 3-1452, Cris-
FOR SALE:Fairbanks Morse Hori-
zontal 5 HP. Kerosene Motor. Also
Generator. 1 10 V. DC, General
Electric. Belt drive. Box 57, Ancon.
LOST: Slote color, 3 months old
Pup. plostic color, no value to
anyone except owner. Reward.
House 5095. Dioblo Hgts. Tel.
Balboa 2644.
LOST:Strayed block cocker Span-
iel Dog. age 12. Right upper tusk
missing. Somewhat deof name
name is "Borkis." Collar identifies.
Dr. Elton, Gorgos Hospital. Balboa
FOR SALE:Command Sedon. Excel-
lent condition, duty poid, and new
tires, new battery. Priced right.
Balboa Fire Station, anytime.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet Tudor,
new bottery. good tires. Many
miles of good transportation. Also
I set of golf clubs. Tel. Balboa
FOR SALE1949 Pontiac convertible
Hvdramotic, 8 cylinder, perfect
condition, duty paid, Tel. Balboa
Cristobal T Will
Hold Special Dance
To Aid Alaska Gl's
The Cristobal "Y" Is spanning
the vast difference In miles and
climate between the Isthmus and
Alaska by sponsoring a "Pana-
laska Dance" on Saturday. The
entire proceeds of this dance will
go Into a fund for constructing
a new building at Anchorage. Six
hundred contributors at 50 cents
each will fulfill the local $300
Anchorage is the nerve center
of Alaskan activity. It is the only
liberty town for thousands of
American troops. Despite the
hospitality now being offered
servicemen, more must be done.
The present YMCA is handling
more than 7.000 visits by service-
men each month in a temporary,
six-room house. Entertainment,
recreation and informal educa-
tion programs for servicemen and
their dependents are crowded lo
A special committee of busi-
nessmen have already raised $55,-
000 towards the cost of a new
building. It will take an addi-
tional $300,000 to provide a satis-
factory structure. They are ex-
pecting their help to come from
the people at home.
FOR SALEMahogany bedroom suit,
washing machine, Westinghouse
refrigerutor, floor lamp. Rugs, wa-
gon Scooter. House 9-B, New
Cristobal 6th. St. Pohne 3-2333.
FOR SALE:Furniture of a two bed-
room apartment, twin beds, double
bed, dressing toble, bureaus and
miscellaneous items. Apartment I,
M. J. Hurtado Ave. No. 21
Telephone 3-1870.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set, wo-
mon's bedroom dresser, mixmaster,
two baby cribs, livingroom set,
baby dresser (2 piece). House
561 1-D, Diablo Heights.
William Sonto Cloro Beoch Co'taqa.
Iwu bedrooms, lartrie refrigera-
tion RocKgo ranges Phona Bol-
boo 2-3050 Except Weak-ends.
Philli. Beach conogea. Sonta Cloro
Bo number 435. Balboa Phone
Po-iomo 3-1877 at Cristoboi 3-
GRAMLICH'S Santo Claro beoch,
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
frigerotion, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Beautiful cholet, re-
cently painted. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms. garage, 2 porches;
beoutiful garden. Almost 1,000
meters of land. Vio Belisorio Porros
No. 81. For information inquire
No. 1 15 Central Avenue, Panama.
FOR SALE:Chalet neor Hotel Pon
Americano, two bedrooms. All
modern conveniences. Telephone
Balboa 3763.
Ballroom dancing dosses. Cristobal
YMCA Friday March 9th. Teen
agers. 3:30 to 4:30 p. m. Groupe,
7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Enroll at Desk.
Harnett & Dunn.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Competent cook, with
references. Must sleep in. Good
alary. Tel. 3-0255. No. 28, 9th.
street. Son Francisco.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rant,
43rd Streat Eost and Ava. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance, No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Coll 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment. In newly constructed
building, for further details coll
Mndez & Zubleta. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT:Comfortable 2 bedroom
opartment. Livingroom, diningroom,
balcony, etc. $75.00. Inquire No.
23. 48th Street apartment I.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment.
screened living-diningraom $60.00,
56, Etelisorio Porras, key apart-
ment 3. Phone 3-0841 (Facing
Eden theatre).
FOR RENT:Modern well ventilated
apartment in good location, two
bedrooms, each with both and
balcony, hot water installation,
mold's room, garage, in Bella Vis-
ta. No. 32, 44th St. Tel. 3-0815.
FOR SALE: $150.00. Blue 1936
Ford 4-door. Runs, looks good, new
tires. House 550-A, Curundu Hgts.
Phone 83-2112.
KKK Hoods. Flaming
Crosses, Earn South
Carolina's Ban
COLUMBIA. S.C., Mar. 8. (UP)
Without a dissenting vote, the
JSouth Carolina House today ram-
med through a two-flsied bill
prtiich would ban mask-wearing
>nd cross-burning by the Ku
luz Klan.
The senate shipped throuKh
Jthe long pending measure after
Eiaklng sure that it would not
pply to Santa Claus or theatri-
cal mask wearing.
; The Senate's action followed on
the heels of unanimous approval
y the House Judiciary Commu-
te of a measure which would
snake lynching punishable bv up
j*o death in the electric chair.
South Carolina became the re-
cond southern state this year lo
outlaw mask-wearing and cross-
burninp. Georgia passed a similar
Jaw in January.

The measure flatly prohibits
fcnasks and cross-burnings in
public. And wrlten permission is
necessary from the owner before
these activities can be carried on
n private properly.
^Stations of the bill would he
punishable by up to one year in
1 or a $500 firfe.
i r American watch
150 Workers Needed
For Zone's Annual
Commy Inventory
Approximately 150 persons over
18 years old will be needed Sun-
day, April 1, to help in checking
the annual commissary invent-
ory, it was announced at Balboa
The inventory will be checked
the same day on both the At-
lantic and Pacific sides of the
Isthmus. It will probably be com-
pleted In one dav in most stores
but may take a day and a half in
the larger commissaries.
The wage rate for the extra
help will be $1.00 per hour.
Applications on the Pacific side
for this Inventory check will be
accepted at the Commissary Ac-
counts Section. Room 101 of the
Administration Building at Bal-
boa Heights .telephone 2-2527.
On the Atlantic side, applica-
tions will be accepted at the
Inspection Section. Administra-
tion Building, behind Room 204.
next to the Magistrate's Court,
telephone 3-1822.
Paredes y Ca.
Submit Highest Bid
On Paraiso Buildings
The highest of four bids re-
ceived for four frame structures
at Paraso was submitted by Pa-
redes y Cla. Ltda. The bids were
opened yesterday in the office of
the 8upplv and Service Director
at Balboa Heights. The buildings
were formerly used bv the Army
malaria control services.
The other bidders were Chain
Ping y Cia., Juan C. Arocho and
Cia. Repblica de Construcciones
v Reparaciones. The contract for
the sale and removal of the build-
ings probably will be awarded
within about a week.
The buildings being sold are
all one-story frame structures
with one Ouonset hut included in
the lot. They have been vacant
since the transfer of the Army
malcra control forces to another
location several months ago.
Carolina Negro Goes
On Trial For
Three While Singers
BEAUFORT. N.C.. March 8.
(UP) A 40-year-old Negro went
on trial for the murder of three
young white men here today af-
ter the defense asked jurors if
they were Klansmen and if they
believed in equal Justice for Ne-
A packed court room heard W.
C. Swain, present at the scene of
the killing on the night of Feb.
17, describe the shooting of his
three companions while they
were In a parked car singing on
Lady's Island.
The Negro, Smith Harvey, Is
charged with shooting to deach
.Jade Aubrey Godley, 29, and Lon-
nie Godley, 24, brothers and Wil-
son Lee McLhaney, 20.
Defense attorneys Aaron Kra-
viteh of" Savannah. Ga., and Ba-
sil Hall of Beaufort put this ques-
tion to each prospective Juror:
"Do you belong to any organ-
ization such as the Ku Klux Klan
having an antipathy and preju-
dice toward the Negro race and
do you believe,in equal justice for
both races?"
The panel was asked the same
question as a group before the
trial got underway.
Swain said he and his three
companions had been riding a-
round on the night of the shoot-
ing on .the island singing to a-
muse themselves. He said they
parked the car in a lonely spot
and were still singing when they
saw a Negro approach.
"Who In the hell is that'/"
Swain said someone In the car
"What In the hell Is all the rac-
ket about," Swain said the Negro
After a further exchange,
Swain said two of his companions
climbed out of the car and trie
Negro began shooting. He said he
dived into the foot of the back
seat when one of the victims
shouted a warning to him.
Swain said he lay in the foot cf
the car for sometime. When he
got out, he said he saw his three
companions lying on the ground
with the younger Godley youth
calling for help.
He said he flagged a ride to
Beaufort where he told officers
of the shooting.
Harvey was arrested within 30
minutes after the slaying and of-
ficers said he confessed the crime.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
oportment, very cool, bothroom,
Frigidoire. No kitchen, Bella Vis-
to, $45.00. Aportment with kitch-
en. $60.00. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Compeltely furnished
modern apartment, alt convenien-
ces. For fwo months. Coll 3-3268
mornings and evenings only.
Alhambri apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished opartments. Con-
tact office No. 8061, 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment
and room. Gas, lights, electric Fri-
gldaire. 4th of July Ave. No. 5.
phone 2-4448.
FOR RENT:Furnished aportment,
consisting of one bedroom, dining-
room, porch, kitchen. Chalet No.
121, Poitilla Road. All convenien-
ces. Good price to responsible par-
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista, with modr-rn
comforts. Refrigerotor. No. 13.
43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished room, Ame-
rican home, neor Ancon, bus-stop,
to American woman. References
required. Telephone Ponomo 2-
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished, clean
cool room meals if desired.
Bello Visto, 46th street. 18-A,
Apartment 3. Coll 3-1789 or 2-
Pointed Warning
ELY. Nev. (UP) With the
winter sports season on. police
have come up with a slogan-
warning for motorists to be on
guard against youngsters using
hilly streets as sledding lanes:
"Make it a sleighing season In-
stead of a slaying season."
... Your Wife ?
How long did it take
you to court your wife?
Phone 2-3332
Down Payment SlOO.aO
Monthly $15.00
Lots With Paved Street From
SI 00 Sq. Meter.
For Rent Heavy Equipment
For Ground Leveling.
We Rent Lot at Long Terms.
Lot Club at S3.0* and U 00
It's the same with advertising!
You can't win customers with
one've got to "call on
'em" over a period of time.
j Consistent advertising in
\The Panama American
wins customers for you !
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Fisher Opposes Bail Reduction
For Bohan s Court Trial Set
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel 3-15*3
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Lowest prices
t-ei m* figure tout aiatvrlsU
needs Cree te tmete*
t fl.en in ; did
Model IMF Synchronized
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
is the season for
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
'There are many other aspects
to this case," assistant District
Attorney Kay Fisher said yester-
day afternoon in Balboa Magis-
trate's court as she opposed a bat
reduction for Grover F. Bohan,
retired Panama Canal funeral
Mrs. Fisher's statement was
made when Bohan's defense
counsel, W. J. Sheridan. Je,
moved for reduction of the $2.000
ball posted by his client.
Mrs. Fisher also asked that a
condition be put on the bail that
Bohan not leave the Isthmus.
She was overruled, however, on
both counts by Magistrate E.I.P.
Tatelman, who reduced the ball
to a total of $1,000 and said that
posting of ball guarantees a de-
fendant's appearance for trial.
Bohan was held for district
court trial after an hour-long
preliminary hearing at the Bal-
boa Court. Six witnesses appear-
ed for the government. '
First witness was Leonard
White of Gamboa, who testified
that on Dec. 1 he paid Bohan $227
in cash for a $210 casket and oth-
er funeral expenses for his wife.
A receipt, signed by Bohan was
later given White by his sister-
in-law. On Tuesday of this week,
he said, he was taken to Corozal
cemetery by Chief Inspector J.
R. Williams to point out his wife's
grave. Under cross examination
he said he had not been told why
he was going to the cemetery.
Earl Gittens of Paraiso, a ionics
messenger, took the stand to tes-
tify that he had paid Bohan $70
on Dec. 18 for a wooden casket
for his fiancee. Wllhelmina Cun-
ningham. He received a typed,
signed receipt dated Dec. 18.
Third witness was the Chief
CZ Recreation Board
Will Meef Saturday
To Elect Officers
The Canal Zone Recreation
Board will meet at 9 a.m. Satur-
day organizing and selecting of-
ficers. The meeting will be held
In the office of G. C. Lockridge.
Director of the Physical Educa-
tion and Recreation Branch of
the Division of Schools.
Members of the Recreation
Board have been selected from
the various Canal Zone commun-
ities at public meetings recently
called for that purpose. The
members are: Hershel Gandv,
Mrs. Mary Parker. Fred Mohi.
Miss Floyd McDermitt, Michael
Green, Mrs. Frances Palumbo.
Charles Russell, Hamilton Lavis,
Elmer Clarke, and N. H. Gordon.
Proposed articles of organiza-
tion have been prepared for ap-
proval by the Recreation Board.
Inspector who told the court that
he had received from the Admin-
istrator of Estates a "hand re-
ceipt" signed by Bohan, in the
amount of $227 and made out to
Leonard White. Williams de-
scribed in detail a search made
by Bohan, in Williams' presence
through filing cabinets and in his
desk and told how Bohan produc-
ed from a desk drawer a packet
of bills with a memorandum at-
tached Identifying this as the
White funeral money.
On Bohan's desk Williams saw
an ordinary receipt book In which
only two entries had been made.
He examined the book and f(\nd
the stub for the $70 payment oy
Gittens. Later in the day. Will-
iams testified. Bohan said he had
destroyed the receipt book. Po-
nan was unable to find the $70
paid by Gittens but did produce
a memorandum that the money
had been paid.
Under cross examinations as to
the conversation, Williams re
called that Bohan told him ha
had credit union and lodge mo-
ney in his desk and did not knov
what had happened to the Git-
tens money.
Accountant-bookkeeper J. C'
Twomey told the court that on
Jan. 23 Bohan came twice to the
hospital cashier, paying $210 :or
a metal casket and $70 for the
wooden coffin. The remaining
two witnesses were Allen Shep-
pard. chief of the medical store-
house and Ralph H. Kirkpatrlcle
of the Industrial Bureau. They
were at Corozal cemetery when
the graves of Mrs. White and Miss
Cunningham were opened. Shep- i
pard had taken along a metal:
casket for comparison purposes
and said that the casket In the
White grave and that from tha
storehouse were slm liar and
Klrkpatrlck Identified the Cun-
ningham coffin as one he had
Pretty Posy
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flower 2 Footed vases
4 Encourages 3 Headdress of a
8 Obtain bishop (pL)
12 Boundary 4 Altitudes (ab.)
(comb. ,form) 5 Unclothed
13 Machine tool 6 Summer (Fr.)
14 They ----- 7 Melt
grown in a 8 Bristle 27 Appellation
variety of sizes 9 They may be ,28 War god
15 Pismire found in-----32 Horns
16 Play the part 10 Great Lake 33 Ooze
of host 11 Rip 36 Metal fastener
17 Narrow inlet 19 Summit 37 Buries
18 African fly 21 Tidy 40 Asiatic herb
20 Roam 24 Prod 41 Brother of
22 Universal 25 It'Uian river Jacob (Bib.)
23 Eye (Scot.)
24 Catch breath
26 Girl's name
29 Either
30 Former
Russian ruler
31 Genus of fresh
water ducks
34 Pronoun
35 Finished
36 Pastries
38 Symbol for
39 Preposition
40 Assistant
44 Horse's gait
48 Compass point
49 Renders halt
51 Girl's name
52 Blemish
53 Keen
54 Decay
55 Hindu month
56 Anglo-Saxon
57 Observe
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C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
SHEETS 78" x 101"...
White and in colors.
SHIRTSshort sleeves...
SHIRTSlong sleeves___
GUAYABANAS .........
155 Central Ave
Tel. 2-2490
Generation to Generation
her grandparents wanted to hold
ten-year-old Linda Kay Ray in
their laps. It would take some
time to do it. She has 10 of them.
A great great grandmother, four
great-grandparents and four
I.UCFRN*. Hofktrcht
mnj Mount Pilaus
D* emoting ROLtX DATI|UST.
M'airrproo/ and itlf-wlnding, U
ihowi the dole auiomoiicallr
through a low// window lo thtdiml
Is this a watchor a miracle?
ULUSTRVTFD above Li the amazing Kolex
Datejust, crowning achievement of the
Swiss watch industry. No other watch made
today, at any price, combines all its
modern, highly desirable features.
It thows tbt date automatically and clearly
through an opening in the dial, thus avoid-
ing the complication of an extra hand.
It li wauiproof; its patented Oyster
case efficiently protects and maintains the
accuracy of the movement by sealing off
dirt, dust, perspiration and water.
It il stlf-windlna; It will keep going auto-
matically for j hours after being worn for
only 61 The Rolex Perpetual silent self-
winding mechanism is the finest of it kind.
It has been tested and proved in every
continent since 193. And remember that
a self-winding watch keeps better time than
a watch with conventional, old-fashioned
hand-winding 1
It is a chronometer, the most accurate
type of watch made today. In fact, it's so
accurate that titty Datejust offered for
sale has met the rigid standards set by
the Swiss Government Testing Stations
and has obtained an Official Timing
The Rolex Datejust it such a fine
timepiece that its production is necessarily
limited. It isa watch made by craftsmen, in-
tended fortheconnoisseur. Intended, in fact,
for those who will accept no compromise;
for whom only the best is good enough.
: ROLEX Watches are available
j in Panam at CASA FASTLICH
161 Central Avenue, and at t
: the Duty-Free Store located :
: I
: at Hotel "El Panama".
Prices lower than In the U.S. j
Chronometer Swim officially certified
MONTRES ROLEX S.A. (H. WISDOM. Cotmning Dtnat) 11 Rue Qu Marche, Geneva, Switierliaal

A HUR8DAY. MARCH 8. 1951_________
^/ftlantic Society

win. ntfim j* fu
Bat 195, Qlum ZJiUphin (jmU
Following; the meeting of the Btmti of the Cristobal Wo-
mat'i Clob, the groftp complimented Mr. John Purvis, one
of the group with m silver dollar shower and morning coffee.
Thi toffee UMe tu centered with ft utttViJ i*
and periwinkles leftdinit to ft miniature houa. furnished with
nursery fwnlture containing the olan. The places were
marked with clew handmade placecards.
Mrs. R. W*. Rubelll, president of
the club, made the presentation
by reading a clever original poem.
The ladiea who participated
were: Mn. Roy Port, Mrs. Btan-
i Jey Kldd, Mm. Hunter Dare, Mrs.
- E. F: McClelland, Mrs. R. T. Tho-
mu, Mr, W. F. Orady. Mrs. A.
C. BullocK. Mr. E. 8. Wald, Mrs.
B. J. Henriquez. Mr. G. N. Bn-
gelke. Mrs. J. P. Meehan. Mrs
W. W. Witt, Mrs. 8. L. CraJg,
Mra. C. P. Maedl and Mrs. H. E.
During the business meeting,
Mrs. Hunter Dare was appointed
a. chairman of the Philanthro-
py Committee to succeed Mn.
Alan N. Dodd who resigned be-
cause of her recent departure
lor the State*.
the close of the business meeting.
Members and guests are Invited.
Plans are being made for the Pa-
nama Section Annual Dinner.
St. Patrick's Ball
The 38th Annual St. Patrick's
Day Ball is being planned lor the
evening of March 17 at the Ell;s
Home at Brazos Heights by
DlaSnCe0mDPelardeyf Kra^aS S5** Coluibu. OoGicI No.
Mrs. Teach Hostess for Luncheon
Mrs. Paul Tesch, who Is the
house gueet of Lt. Commander
and Mrs. C. B. Dlehl Of the Coco
Solo Naval Station, was hostess
for a luncheon at the Hotel
Washington Tuesday.
Her guests were: Mrs. Neal
Farwell, Mrs. Thomas Meagher,
Mrs. Mabelle Thomson. Mrs. Oli-
via Greenwood, Mrs. Thomas
Greenwood, Mrs. John Anderson,
Mrs. I. Kreach, and Mrs. Dlehl.
Mr. and Mn. Main
Leaving for States
Mr. and Mrs. James Main of
Gatun, are leaving the latter part
of the month to make their home
In the States. Mr. Main has re-
signed his position with the Elec-
trical Division and has accepted
a position with the TV. A. They
will reside In Memphis, Tenn.
Girl Scouts Have Qulsi Program
Girl Scout Troop 29 of Marga-
rita, held a Qulzz, In the form of
20 questions, on the history of
{, scouting.
The troop was divided Into two
teams. Those on Team one warn:
Peggy Roddy, Pat Leach, Gayle
Mftcpherson. Peggy Rankln, Car-
olyne Sanders, Marilyn Hart.
Sandra Jones, 8andra Hughes
and Coleen Salter. Team No. 2
Diane Orioff. Carol Flennlken.
Jean Chambers, Edith Eckiioff,
Linda Erlckson and Mary Ann
The number two team won the
contest. Sandra Keane also re-
ceived a prize for correctly an-
swering the most questions.
Next week Patrol 2 with Judy
McCuilough and Marilyn Hart as
leaders will have their final tests
on the cycle badge.
Mrs. Steve Raney and Mrs.
John Leach, leaders were pres-
Miss Macready Arrives
on Isthmus
Miss Sarah Macready arrived
today on the S.S. La Playa to Join
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 8. D.
Macready of Brazos Heights
Miss Macready has resigned
her position as a social welfare
worker with the Florida State
Welfare Department and will re-
side with her parents.
Civil Engineering Meeting
The next meeting of Panama
Section. American Society of Ci-
vil Engineers will be held at the
Balboa Little Theater, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, March 12.
Mr. A. H. Hatch. Chief of Wa-
ter and Laboratories Branch,
Municipal Division, will speak on
Sanitation of Public Water Sup-
Mr. Hatch will speak on the
timely subject of the artificial
addition of fluorides to water
supplies and their effects on den-
tal health. He will discuss some
of the problems Involved in the
application and review the pre-
sent status of development and
knowledge In this process.
Distributing essential miner-
als In the water supply Is a rela-
tively new concept, with many
.amlficatlons. Mr. Hatch has
made a detailed study of this
problem with the view of possible
local application and his com-
ments should be of Interest to
Refreshments will be served at
Solons Involved in Land
'Deo/' Outside Washington
lt has been kept on the QT,
but two Democratic Congressmen
are involved in a half-mllllon-
doller land deal 20 miles outside
Washington. They are Congress-
men Frank Boykln o Alabama
%nd Victor Wlckersham of Okla-
loma, who secretly arranged for
>ptlona on a tract selected by the
Ur Force as the site for a signal
Significantly, Wlckersham Is i
I* member of the House Armed
Services Committee, which re-
ceived advance information on
the Air Force Instillation. Tim
site was carefully selected after a
year of surveying, Is located be-
tween Waldorf and La Plata. Mi.
just out of atomic range of the
national capital.
Shortly after this selection,
Boykin and Wlckersham were
busy behind the scenes arrang-
ing for the options. They tried to
keep their own names out of the
deal by negotiating through a
Maryland real estate ageilt,
warned George J. Hannon.
Hannon claimed to represent
Albert Ernest of Jacksonville, F'.h.,
an executive of the St. Regis Pa-
per Co., who Is now In Washing-
ton to close the deal. But the ac-
tual wire-pulling was not done
by Ernest, but by the two Con-
gressmen .
Not only has Hannon been op-
erating out of their offices, but
Boykin also sent for his own at-
torney. M. P. Bouslog of Mobile, to
help with the legal details. All
last week, Hannon and Bouslog
were running between the Con-
gressmen's offices to line up this
land deal. They finally obtained
options on 2.500 acres from ex-
Sen. Robert Reynolds of North
Carolina and 4,800 acres from
Scott Appleby, a Washington
business. A tentative purchase
price was set of $100 per acre for
Reynolds' land and $60 per acrs
for Appleby's land, making a to-
tal Investment of over $900,000.
Bouslog admitted to this col-
umn that Boykin had asked him
to take care of the legal end aad
had put him in touch with Han-
non and Ernest. Bouslog denied,
however, that the two Congress-
men had profited financially
from the deal. He could not ex-
plain their interest, except that
Boyklri and Ernest were friends.
Tills, however, still does not ex-
plain why Wlckeraham was in-
The only other explanation,
which Bouslog offered, was that
There will be dancing, enter-
talnmen and prizes.
Sunday School Picnic *
The Sunday School of the Cris -
tobal Union Church is planning
an all-day picnic to be held on
the grounds of the Cristobal High
School Saturday. March 10 start-
ing at 9:30 am. Every family is
requested to come and bring a
picnic lunch.
Soft ball games for all ages will
be arranged for the early after-
noon. Mn. E. F. McClelland and
Mrs. Norman Davlson are Id
charge of the games for the small
children. Mr. George Cockle has
charge of the races. Mrs. William
Hadarlts will handle the solt
drinks. Rev. Philip Havener ;nd
Mr. Howard Anderson are in
charge of the soft ball games.
Teen-Age Notice
The Atlantic Side Teen-A?e
Club wishes to thank all who
helped In making their bake sale
a success. They made $60.00. Mrs.
Samuel Rowe and Mrs. E. C.
Tarr assisted the group.
The public is requested to save
old newspapers for the club. Thsy
will collect them Saturday morn-
New Signal To Call
Volunteer Firemen
In La Boca, Mi. Hope
A new signal will be used to call
volunteer firemen for duty at the'
Tank Farms at La Boca and
Mount Hope.-The signal will con-
sist of three 20-second blasts at
ten-second intervals and it will
be repeated three times at one-
minute Intervals.
At La Boca, the signal will be
sounded by a locomotive air
whistle at the oil handling plant
and the assembly point for vo-
lunteer firemen will be the main
gate to the Tank Farm.
At Mount Hope, the signal will
be sounded by the whistle at the
Commissary Division Boiler
Plant, and the assembly point
for firemen will be at Quarters
6088 In Silver City Heights.
The signal will be used only
for fires or for fire drills which
usually will be held in the late
Treasury Ignores AFL Protest
Regarding CZ Retroactive Tax
A recent Treasury summary on
the retroactive Income tax situa-
tion as lt affecU the U. S. posses-
sions and the Canal Zone makes
no mention of an AFofL protest
which Presidential Assistant
John Steelman sent to Under-
secretary of the Treasury late
last November "for .Immediate
consideration," lt was learned to-
The letter complaining that
Cold And Hot Nudity Stirs
Art Strife In New Orleans
A crew of cttv workmen re-
moved sculptor Enrique Alfrez'
frank statue of "The Family"
retroactive application of the tax! from Municipal Courts Building
to the Zone was unjustified wast under cover of darkness early to-
day and rushed lt off to the pri-
vacy of a warehouse.
As they climbed about the
North Rampart Street side of the
building, hooking a block and
tackle to the statue, they took
pains not to disturb a canvas
loin cloth that concealed the con-
troversial area of the art.
"You have your boss and we
have ours.'' the foreman of the
moving crew said. "Our boss told
us not to say anything about
QUESTION ANSWERED U.S. Marine Cpl. John B. Moulet-
te. Camden, N.J., holds the letter written by Secretary of
State Dean Acheson in answer to the young Marines ques-
tioning of U.S. foreign policy. Moulette wrote a somewhat
bitter letter to his father, who forwarded the missive to
Acheson for help in answering It. Acheson's reply came in
a 1.000-word letter which was forwarded to 24 year old
Moulette at Camp Pendleton. Calif. After reading it, the
youth said he was convinced of the necessity of fighting
In Korea.
former (Z Resident
Receives Promotion
To USAF Major in US
Recent Air Force promotion Is
that of DeWitt E. Field, from
Captain to Major. Major Field is,;lc?ns 2fce f0T ^e
Ernest was buying the property i 26th Air^Division at Roslyn, Long
for the timber this Is strange ^land His service record is high-
. In nfMvimanJnnlo Doi>nnr li< ho
since all but Christmas tree size
timber has already been stripped
from the tract.
Hannon refused to comment at
all and slammed down the re-
ceiver when queried over the
Meanwhile, land speculation
appears to be a profitable side-
line these days for thoae who can
get Inside tips. A similar case was
exposed In this column recently
of South Carolina State Sen.
Edgar Brown who bought up op-
tions on the land surrounding tne
site of the new H-Bomb plant
near Alken, B.C., the day before
the site was announced.
Elliot Roosevelt Reported
Ready to Wed Calif. Heiress
Officer Formerly
Stationed Here
Gets Promotion
Lt. Col. Homer L. Davis, Jr.,
who was formerly stationed at
Quarry Heights was recently pio-
moied to Colonel. His present as-
signment is that of duty with the
Under Secretary of the Army in
Washington, D.C. While serving
57 months duty overseas, he mar-
ried the former Dorothy Hinds of
Corozal, Canal Zone. They have
three children.
During his 11 years of active
duty, he has served as Assistant
Department Signal Officer, Head-
quarters, Panama Canal Depart-
ment and Liaison Officer for he
Alaskan Communications System
in the Office of the Chief Signal
Officer. Col. DavU holds a B.S
Degree in Electrical Engineering, .--------- ............--
from Massachusetts Instittue ol over La Prensa and subsequently
Technology. I expropriate it.
Brazilian Urges All
Papers To Give
Space to La Prensa
(UP) Herbert Moses, president
of the Brazilian Newspaper Asso-
ciation, Issued a proposal today
that all the newspapers of the
world give La Prensa at least a
quarter of a page dally for Its own
Moses said that to give La Pren-
sa this space for its news com-
mentaries would give it "a win-
dow In order to breathe and
maintain contact with the
Moses said the idea was the
suggestion of Alfonso Rosales of I
Peru's National Newspapermen's
Association. Moses intended to
ask the world's press for its opin-
ions on the Idea.
m Buenos Aires La Nacin was
the only newspaper to carry the
petition In which the La Prenda
staff asked President Juan D. Pe-
rn to step In and end the con-
troversy which closed the inde-
pendent newspaper 42 days ago.
They wanted him to guarantee
their right to work.
This oetltlon was presented a-
bout 48 nours before the central
committee of the Government
sponsored General Confederation
of Labor was scheduled to act on
the recommendations of vari ras
unions that the Government take
ly commendable. Recently lie
served with AC. and W. at Ita-
zuke Air Force Base In Japan
and during the war he saw action
in the European theater.
He was at one time stationed
here In the Canal Zone. Mrs.
Field Is the former Daisy Field
whose mother Mrs. Balblna Diaz
is a local resident and whose sis-
ter Miss Henrietta Tucker, for- i
merly of California now resides in I
the canal Zone.
Major and Mrs. Field and their
two daughters are now residing
In Levlttown, Long Island.
Fre i Harding Burial
Services Scheduled
For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Fred
(Lambi Harding, who died at the
Santo Toms Hospital 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, will be held at the Co-
rozal Chapel tomorrow at 12:30
p.m. Interment will follow at the
Corozal Cemetery.
Harding was a native of Bar-
bados. He came to the Isthmus
many years ago and worked with
the Dredging Division until his
He Is survived by his wife Mrs.
Louise Harding and other rela-
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., March 8,
(UP) Reports spread through
the exclusive winter colony today
that Elliott Roosevelt was aoout
to wed California heiress Minne-
wa Bell Ross in Florida but Mrs.
Ross' attorney In New York said
the reports were premature.
The attorney, Arnold Grant,
said that Mrs. Ross had not yet
filed suit for a divorce from Dr.
Rex L. Ross of Santa Monica,
Ca. When she does, he added, the
proceedings may be drawn-out
depending on whether Ross con-
tests the suit.
But Mrs. Rex L- Ross. Sr, the
mother of 39-year-old Mlnnewa's
estranged husband, said that El-
liott's brother. John and Johns
wife. Anne, were in Florida with
Mlnnewa now. She said she did
not know where Elliott was.
Mrs. Ross, Sr., who is spending 2Tnner
the winter here with her daugh- i
ter-in-law in an exclusive Sunset
Island home, said Mlnnewa's at-
torneys had filed suit for a Florl-
day divorce after she establish-
ed a 90-day residence.
She came here to start her own
action after Dr. Ross charged in
a California suit in December
that his wife and young son were
"touring the country with one
Elliott Roosevelt."
At that time, Roosevelt said the
"accusation Is perfectly ridicu-
lous." He said Mrs. Ross had been
family friend for years."
sent to President Truman by
AFofL President William Green.
It called attention to the "se-
vere Impact" of the new law.
Steelman said at that time:
"The retroactive features of the
act are under examination by
various agencies, and I am con-
fident that a satisfactory solu-
tion tan be worked out prompt-
The two-page, detailed Treas-
ury aummary was presented to
the House Ways and Means Com-
mittee last week by Acting
Treasury Secretary Thomas J.
Lynch. A copy was received on
the isthmus yesterday.
The report takes not that the
Bureau of the Budget Is of the
opinion that "the Army has made
a good case for Its position that
the retroactive application of the
Income tax to 1950 income would
cause undue hardship."
Lynch's summary notes, how-
ever .that elimination of the re-
troactive tax imposed In the pos-
sessions and the Canal Zone
would result in loss of anticipated
revenue of approximately $24,-
(Editor's Note: It Is under-
stood that most but not all of this
expected revenue Is to come from
the Canal Zone, a smaller pro-
portion from the possessions.)
After tracing "loophole" tax
legislation and testimony, Lynch
"Federal employes working In
the possessions were on notice at
least as early as Feb. 1950 that
i Congress might deem lt ap-
i proprlate to subject their salaries
{to the Income tax for the year
1950, and therefore that the ef-
! fectlve date fixed by the Con-
gress In closing this loophole In
the law does not impose upon
them an unexpected hardship, or
a liability which they could not
fairly be expected to meet."
President's Key West
Vacation Yields
Few News Stories
Having modestly gotten the
statue a nude, life-sized father,
mother and son group Into
their truck they roared off to
the warehouse. The warehouse
was opened an hour-and-15 min-
utes early to receive lt.
An argument had raged over
the statue since lt was put up
three weeks ago. Three city
judges and a priest took the view
that Alfrez had made lt porno-
?raphlc rather than artistic. Al-
erez indignantly refused to end
the argument with two concrete
fig leaves.
Finally, Ray Scheuerlng, Mayor
Delesseps S. Morrison's executive
assistant, ordered a canvas sa-
rong for the statue. He confessed
today that he also had ordered
It removed because lt was "not
"My god, it's ridiculous." Al-
frez said when he heard hia
statue had been taken down.
"The city officials make them-
selves ridiculous to the rest of
the country by such prudery."
Officials who could condone
the stripping, bumps and grind
of live flesh on Bourbon Street
and condemn a cold statue were
eral times since the young Mrs.
Ross established residence liere
in December. They were seen
often at Hlaleah Race cource to-
gether .
At the time she described
thrice-married Elliott as "just an
old famliy friend." "I don't think j
I'm very Interested In marrying!
again soon. If I can get myself a- I
way from that man (Dr. Ross)."
she said.
John. Anne and Mlnnewa were
believed on a pleasure trip in tne
Florida Keys.
Mrs. Ross, the daughter of a MOSCOW, March 8, (UP)
big real estate and oil field de- Finance Minister Arseny Zverev
veloper In California, has been submitted to Parliament last
married to Dr. Ross for nine' night a 1951 budget calling for
years. She said said she was mar- defense expenditures of 96371,-
Russian Budget
For '51 Submitted
To Soviet Parliament
, KEY WEST, Fla., Mar. 8 (UP)
President Truman, himself!
once a target of assassins, took |
time out from his Florida vaca- guilty of "moral Inconsistency,'
tlon today to say he was "pro- he charged.
foundly shocked" by the asas- "Real live semi-nude flesh,
TheTettmTwa, the i raisin*th.blood, pressure off-
nHnrinnl news nut of the Pre- bald-headed tourists, he said.
sCnt^ vSonUtre0treat todaey I "Then^long comes my honest
lead and sine nothing more
chaste, nothing more pure, more
cold, more remote, nothing less'
sexually Intended. And our un-
inhibited, carefree, vote-aonsci-
ous city fathers say tear lt down
and hide it from public view."
as Mr. Truman
routine of sunbathing,
ming and reading.
White House Press Secretary.
Joseph Short's dally news con-
ference was mostly on the nega- .
tlve side.
Short declined to comment!
ried once previously.
Elliott Roosevelt has been mar-
ried to actress Faye Emerson,
Ruth Gogglngs and Elizabeth
Elliott has flown to Miami tev-
4 Million Man
Ceiling On Services
Approved By Senate
Silver Fireballs
Whizz, Explode
Near Test Base
NEW YORK. March 8 (UP)
Mysterious whizzing objects
Identified variously as "meteors
like fireballs and sllber colored
flying missiles" were report-
ed today by observers In sections
of northern New Mexico and
southern Colorado.
Reports of a fireball which ex-
ploded with a window-rattling
roar in northwestern New Mexi-
co came from residents of Al-
buquerque, Santa Fe, and Ros-
At Lamos, Colorado, twn State
highway patrolmen said they
saw "a ball with a flaming tall
and a silvery like object" In
southeastern Colorado.
Officials at the atomic wea-
pons base near Albuquerque
would make no comment.
The Senate brushed aside a
last-minute protest by the na-
tion's top military chiefs yester-
day and voted to impose a 4,000.-
000-man ceiling on the strength
of the armed forces.
The compromise action, taken
on a 49 to 41 roll call vote, ward-
ed off a Republican attempt to
limit the Army. Navy and Air
Force to 3,500,000 menroughly
the administration's present goal.
Military leaders said the goal
may have to be raised before it is
reached this summer.
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall, Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
and other military officials op-
posed any limitation at all. They j
said it would amount to telling I
Russia outright just how strong i
the United 8tates planned to be. |
But they leveled their biggest
guns at the 3,500,000 figure.
The action came as the Senate .
drove toward passage of its bill
to draft 18-year-old youths lor
24 months service. At present, i
only men 19 through 25 can be
Inducted and for only 21 months.
The longer draft term would ap-
ply to all draftees.
The Armed Services now have
about 2,700.000 men and plan to
build to a force ol 3,462,000 as
soon as possible after July 1. But I
Marshall has warned that the I
figure may be raised to 4.000 000 :
or even higher depending on the ,
world situation.
The drive for the 3.500,000-man I
celling was led by Sen. Wayne
Morse. R.Ore., and strongly sup
ported by Sen. Robert A. Tai!
Morse said the amendment would
serve as a "constitutional check"
on the military. Taft argued that
j 3.500.000 men was the "economic
i limit" the country could stand.
(Continued from Page 1)
Routed Reds from a stretch of
the Hoengsong-Chanpyong high-
way five miles east of Hoeng-
song, rolled back the North Ko-
reans In the mountains three
miles farther east, and captured
a rldgelliie another two miles
South Korean 7th Division.
Dug In along a new line south of
the Soksa-Kangnun road after
falling back one to three miles
yesterday in the face of a counter
attack by up to 30,500 North Ko-
Air spotters reported the Com-
munists are rushing supplies and
reinforcements south through
North Korea. They sighted nearly
900 Communist vehicles yester-
day, and destroyed or damaged
42 of them.
Allied fighting planes struck
right along the fighting front
today with rockets and bullets.
Superfortresses from Okinawa
struck one of their heaviest blows
at the Communist supply center
of Chunchon, in central Korea.
Land and carrier based air
force, navy and marine planes
flew more than 1.000 sorties
despite bad weather. Some 850
of them were hi support of the |
advancing troops or In the Im-
mediate rear of the Reds.
Four F-86 Sabre jets Inter-
cepted 17 MIO type fighters but
no damage was sustained by
either side In the dogfight which
000,000 rubles (nominally
The proposed defense spending Uflll ftaflifato
Is 21.3 per cent of total expend- 1 UfJUHfalC
tures as compared to 18.5 lait |
Former CZ Employe.
John Hornsby, Dies
In Atlantic City
Mr. John H. Hornsby. 61. for a
number of years up to 1948 an
employe In the Mechanical Divi-
sion at Cristobal, died recently
in Atlantic City.
Born in Bradford. England. Mr.
Hornsby first went to Atlantic.
City 30 years ago. He was a re-
tired member of the Machinists' i
Union and In the United States
, i had worked at the Baldwin Lo-
mobllizatlon set-up, Short again ^m^ye works, Philadelphia,
declined comment, ..sayingLi_we| lne pugie-jonea Shipyard. Glau-
cester. and the New York Ship-
yard, Camden.
He was a member of the B. P. O. I
Elks, No. 1414, of Cristobal.
He Is survived by his wife An-
na Blckard Hornsby .a son John r
J. Hornsby both of Atlantic City.
He was burled In Pleasantville I
Cemetery, New Jersey.
1A story In the current Is-
sue of U. S. News and World Re-
port tfiat Mr. Truman has told
confidants he will not run in
2A report that Gov. Thomas
E. Dewey of New York might vi-
sit Key West at the President's
3A demand voiced yester-
day by Sen. William F. Know-
land, R., Cal., that Mr. Truman
"return home from Florida and
clean house" in the Recons-
truction Finance Corp., and
other Government agencies.
Asked if Mr. Truman is pre-
paring any statement on organ-
ized Labor's revolt against the
don't talk about these things
until we Issue them."
Salvation Army
(Foreign diplomats had looked
to the budget defense appropria-
tions to find a clue on the opinion
of the leaders In the Kremlin
whether the drift in world affairs
was toward peace or war.)
Zeverev presented to a joint
session of the two houses of the
Supreme Soviet or Parliament
the Council of the Union and the
Council of Nationalities a budget
which listed:
Expenditures 451,503,000,000
rubles ($112,875.750,000).
Revenues 457,992,000,000 ru-
bles ($114,498.000,000).
Surplus 6,489,000,000 rubles
Senator Chapman Dies
In Automobile Crash
Senator Virgil Chapman died In
a motor accident In Kentucky
As a member of the Senate
Armed Forces Committee Chap-
man played a leading role In
consideration of the 18-year-
old draft legislation.
Renovated Hall
The Salvation Army Corps in
Panama City will hold a service
on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. to dedicate
the hall, on 15th of February
Street, which has been under re-
novations since August 1950. C.
R. Taht of Diablo Heights will
preside over the service which
will Include musical selections by
the Band, Songster Brigade and
friends. Major H. F. Tucker will
speak and conduct the dedication
New lights which have been
donated will be lit and the don-
ors named.
This Salvation Army property
has been the center of the Pana-
ma City Corps' activities since
1913 and although it Is being re-
opened yet further renovations
are required but cannot be un-
dertaken until sufficient fund*
are available. Anyone interested
In donating may send to Captain
M. McDonald, Aptdo. 3356, Call-
donla, R.P.
Checks should be made pay-
able to The Salvation Army and
will be acknowledged by letter.
Alfaro Will Speak
Before World Club
Tomorrow Evening
International Jurist Ricardo J.
Alfaro is scheduled to speak be-
fore the World Club at the Bal-
boa Y. M. C. A. tomorrow night
concerning his United Nations
work in codifying international
Selected by the General As-
sembly In 1948 as one of 15 world
experts. Dr. Alfaro has already
served two of his five years of
office and has attended meetings
at Lake Success and Geneva. In
May he Is to return to Switzer-
land for the third meeting of the
Dr. Alfaro is a former Pres-
ident of the Republic of Panama.
He helped write the Hull-Allaro
Treaty of 1936 between Panama
and the United States.
The World Club meets at 7:18
p.m and Is ODen to all residents
of the Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone.
Chair Is Certain
For Would-Be
Truman Assassin
(UP) The Puerto Rican
Nationalist R e v o 1 utlonary
Oscar Collazo, 37, today fac-
ed death in the electric
chair after being found gailty
on two counts of first degree
The firat count charged
that Collazo with Griselia
Torresola attempted to break
into Blalr House Nov. 1 with
Intent to kill President Har-
ry S. Truman or anyone who
migbt be guarding him.
The second charged Col-
lazo with the murder of
White Hease guard Leslie
(offelt who was killed with
Torresola in the gun battle
on Blair House steps.
The jury of nine women
and three men was out for
an hour aad 42 minutes
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and Dolls: A lormer Hollywood
florist has turned out the first
English language feature film
ever made in India.
. He's Ken McEldowney, an ami-
able." non-ulcer-ridden producer
and his lush technfpolor version
of Rumer Godden's "The River''
will be hitting the Rijou.s before
the year is out.
Ken persuaded some mahara-
Jalis in the Aga Khan money class
to dig Into their diamonds and
rubies for financing, then built a
complete studio In Calcutta. His
stars are Hollywoodltes Tommy
Breen and Arthur Shields and a
high-caste Indian Hedy named
Radha Sriram. '
Indians are movie bugs, ac-
cording to Ken, and. read Holly-
wood fan magazines the way
you'd think they read "The Rubl-
yat of Omar Khayahn." Dead-
panned Ken:
"People were always coming up
to me and asking how Esther and
Ben were doing with their res-
than pictures. You come down
from the mountain, make your
records and then go away for a
couple of years."
The male moviegoers whose
popcorn started popping again
When Joan Caulfleld paraded
around In bathing suits in "The
Petty Girl" will get another peek
at her chassis in "The Lady Says
No." Joan, who will do a jungle
dream dance In a sarong and a
lp-teaae In a beach outfit, told
"I'm not letting down the boys.
My costumes will be even briefer
this time."
Hubby Frank Ross is Dutting
Joan through her paces In the
plcti're and the word is circulat-
ing" that he's gettlne a comedv
performance out of her that's
close to Jean Arthur quality. Jean
in Ross' ex-wife.
I'M not one to toss a bombshell
i,-no Warner's front office, but
Ma',y Melcher. Doris Day's ero-
omto-be, let it drop that Doris
k. on the ho-hum side bout the
muvie queen business. Sitting in
the future Mrs. Melcher's dress-
ing room on the "Moonlight Bay"
set. Marty said:
"She could quit tomorrow and
not miM it."
His capsule essay on Doris Day.
film star:
"Doris is Doris. She's herse'f
and no Stanislavsky method
about It. Some actresses go wild
looking for roles, but Doris Isn't
a pusher She's In, pictures be-
cause It's her work'and It's gone
fine so far.
"She had a tremendous career
as a record artist. That's easier
Bob Crosby will warble "Let's
Make Comparisons" to a life-size
dummy of brother Blng for a
fivemlnute sequence In RKO's
"Two Tickets to Broadway."
"Leave ui face It." says Bob.
"the dummy cost 'em more than
I did. But it's a cheap way to
get Blng In the picture."
Bob's acting In the film has
Howard Hughes in a tailspin and
they're talking more important
roles. It's the first movie Bob has
made in four years after finally
talking his five-day-a-week ra-
dio sponsor into letting him be-
come transcribed like Bing.
about her movie career, but Keefe
Brasselle's relaxing. Once movie-
town's will I ever make-the-
grade boy, Keefe has stopped
fretting about options, roles and
the bigwig who falls to say hello,
since his assignment to "The
Bradley Mason Story" as a heavy.
He doesn't hit the movie scre-
ens In Paramount^ "A Place
In the Sun" until December. He
"They keep sneak previewing It
over and over. I know a guy
who's seen it 10 times. Every time
he goes to the movies the picture
is on."
New Blood Program Poster
Sally Forrest and agent Milo
Frank are losing their tempers
over" the "they'11-never-get-mar-
rled" prophecies of movletown
crystal-gazers. Blue-eyed Sally,
who's Mickey Rooney's leading
lady In "The Strip," told me:
"I don't know where the rumor
came from. I pick up the paper
and read that Milo and I have
called the whole thing off. That's
not true. We're going to be mar-
ried, but we don't know exactly
when, that's all."
Ida Luplno's blue-eyed disco-
very has made four films since
last May and defies anybody to
accuse her of parroting Ida In
"Vengeance Valley" and "Excuse
My Dust."
. Indian Castle Lives Again
SEDONA, Ariz. (UPI. Famed
Montezuma Castle, Indian cliff
dwellings built 800 years ago and
untenanted for the past 500, got
200 temporary ocqupant* when It
hecame the locale for a movie
company. The National Park
Service permitted the Hollvwood-
ers to move in to film battle sce-
nes for "Fort Savage."
starts SATURDAY!
Jane Powell-Ricardo Montalbam
sffo Week*
kfW*n*| li KW* IAIMM
M 00101 Hi KiN&iUl
Dincaxt i, ROY R0WLANI
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All the glitter, the splendor and the color of India, the
land or mystery, in a picture of extraordinary dramatic
Using one of the most dramatic news piolares to come oat of the
Korean war, the new Red Cross blood program poster portrays the ur-
rent need for blood to help save the lives of combat wounded. Acme
News Pictures, Inc., supplied the photo from which the poster was made.
The potter painting was unveiled in mid-December by Admiral William
F. Halsey in New York over a network television broadcast.
Korean Reds' Riot
In Tokyo Suburb
Itim 57 injured
TOKYO. March > (UP)More
than 30 Red Koreans and 27 po-
licemen were Injured In a bloody
melee here between 3,200 Ko-
rean Communist demonstrators
and 1,200 policemen at a school
in the northern section of Tokyo.
The Koreans were protesting;
over recent police action against
distributors of Communist anti-
United States handbills which
made frequent appearances In
the vicinity o Korean reslden-
Guided Tour of Summit
Set For Sat. Morning
Another guided tour of the Ca-
nal Zone Experiment Gardens at
Summit has bean set for Satur-
day from 0 to li a.m.
The weekly tours will be con-
tinued for a few more Saturdays
since they have been well attend-
tlal communities thro u g h o u t
Japan. /
The battle ensued when the
police tried to break up the meet-
ing because the Communists had
no permit for the demonstration.
The police arrested eight Ko-
reans In a three hour battle with
demonstrators entrenched in the
school compound.
Virginia Teen-agers
Plan 7,000, Mile Jaunt
Twenty-live teen-age youths will
tour the southwest next summer
on a 7,000-mlle jaunt In a spe-
cially equipped "landcruUer"
maintained by the YMCA here.
For about $150 apiece, the boys
of high school age and younger
will spend a month riding in *heir
bus and sleeping under the stars.
The bus is equipped with an ice-
box and cooking facilities.
Yea, Judge, They Are
Loralne Mix Informed the grand
jury that one gambling Joint had
stooped so low as to use crooked
dice that wouldn't "seven or 11.''
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The 1 how-Shopper: Broadway was mey with the wreckage
of .battered shows. Fragments pf seven swanswng* Were swept UP
and lluinped into oblivion during the w Tb fill! "ICtlm *
Sirin.tiim- Fully," wliiili ran exavtly two eenssevtive perfunp-
ance. Its angels almost outnumbered its eiiileneeit* -Jews
ma brigiiitr frum Ksw nsJand, where "The Ore* Fituroe M>-
spirsd honey-dnpBtni commendations In Huston. It* tiitSMOPS
included a pair of Meantown editorial alula .. Lillian Hellman
new play, 'The Autumn tiara.'1 sprouted uiHiid in Willy
There were happy tidincs from New Raven for tbs latest Kudier-
Hammerstein annuity, "The K|i>| and I," starring Utrtrude Uw-
rence. Although minor surgery is necessary (the lcafclh of the
musical must be roaniturea), the Herald-Tribune talent
Labor New
..bunt talent-scout iR
recorded: 'it's a breathtaking, opulent and touching
In the Wingai Andre Glde. the French Nobel Pr* winner was
frank about his swialiy tendencias and ven wrote a book defend-
ing them...He translated Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra''
Into French and once told the late Leon Blub: "I've always had a
suppressed dsehe to act In this play '.. .Antony or Cleo?" quipped
Ulde was also an outstanding pianist...Of concert caliber...
Once at an intellectual natherlng where Oide played a concerto,
pianist Rachmaninoff, as a gag. ostentatiously got up to leave..
The hostess exclaimed; "Where are you going?"
"Home," flipped Rachmanlnpff, "to write a book!"
The ('inemagiclans: 4 stinging indictment of the Ku Klux
Klanatics, "Storm Warning" strips the hooded hoodlums down "
their )tllow streaks. See It and learn how bedbugs-ln-bedsheets
practise cowardice.. ."Crossroads of Passion" is a Pllrail ubren-
i.'inc. Vivianue Romance's rtipsydoodling is Us sole asset "Three
Guy Named Mike" '* a generally pleasant tupid-caper, with
Jane Wyman and Van Johnson nuking everything hokey-jukey
..."Scott of the Antarctic" is a tingling adventure In the deep
freeze country. (Bring earmuffs).. .A d'oll Britisher named "The
Magnet" i> quite amusing, or CbeD- Cheerio! Another iiuuurt
from Crickctvjlle, "Exchange Qirl" If t> shilling-a-doaen tale...
"(lutlaw Gold" doesn't glitter.
The Airistocrats: One of the brightest teevy innovations is
called 'Kid Gloves" via CBS. Youngsters in the paperweight divi-
sion go a few rounds for the half-pint championship. The boxing
loves weigh more than some of the pugilista... 8-year-old Kenny
jharpe* comedy ivla o. Scheuk's Sunset gtar Theatre and the
Beile stanaai is slanted for moppets up to 80...B. Maugham's
drama series is gtnerally entertaining.. The Stork Club program
must be getting good. It now luis imitators.. The comedy
material famine reached the desperate stage. Two clowns dip-
ped in i o tile files lor the hoary Flugul Street routine.. .id Caesar's
Stuff Is this dept's Idea or comedy... Eddie Cantor (and other
teevy' people) are recommended to a grand team of vaudevllliuns
I3 years wed, too whose billing is Bulterbeans starring in "mart Aftair-s" at the Cotton club. Miami Beach.
Another good bet Torn the same show. Derby Wilson, the nearest
thing to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.
The Magaxingers: Newsweek'* dissection of economic issues
wisely nips financial profundities- It explains the problem in
terms of lamb chops and butterby estimating your grocery and
butcher bills...The top stunner in Fortune is the disclosure that
Uncle Samaritan is practically friendless in Yurrop. Gratitude ha*
the shortest memory.. This should cause bourn in the wedding-
cake bin: Look mag has the statistical proof that brides and
giooms live longer than spinster* and bachelors. J- F. Hoover'
easgy iu Ksuuire's next (on the stands mar. I) achocas you with
revelations about draft-dodgers.. The Satcvepcc's prote-Pbol"
fotes that Mr- President reads the Washington Foet (Hi. Boss!)
irst every ayem and never misses any mention uf himself.
Between tbe Act: ''Ouys and Dolls" is selling ducats for New
Year's Eve. Happy New Year!...The recent books twit H'wood
but none match Movletown's self-inilicted scars via the devgstat
ing satire. "Sunset Blvd'".. .Quiz: If you think Academy Awards
are important, name the actors and actresses who were Oscar'd
last year...There are only 44 plays avallablp for 150 million
Americans. Twenty-one on B'wa.v and 23 on tour. -Hollywood
is a glutton for punishment. As thouRh the upcoming probe of
Communist influence there isn't tough enough, a film presenting a
sympathetic portrait of Nazi Marshal Rommel is being readied at
2UUi Century-Fox.. Add Coincidences: Two decades ago "The
Green Fatures" was snubbed by many showmen uiuil a Wall
Streeter backed it and reaped a mint. The current revival's pro-
ducer died during rehearsals, but it was rescued by another Wall
Street man.. .stagerred bv the notices "some white and some very
black i, "Raz^ie Paule" fadedleaving only Dorothy Oreeper 'wav
ahead- Site once newspaper d on the Hartford Times. The critics
embraced her talent.
The Press Bog: The suppression of Argentina's great news-
faper a Prensa (and the killing and wounding <>f its staffers by
eron's gunmen) is the type of savagery typical of Moscow and
practised by Hitler- But our Congress okayed a big loan to Peron,
and what nave they so say about his latest outrage'.' We handed
bim millions to fight Communism and he steal* Stalin's best act.
Proving a tyrant's lt war is agslnst his own people... There are
arguments pro and con over the labor disputes. A strike against
the gov't (during a crisis) cannot be justified. Ironically. Labor's
buckshot attack against the President will hurt the defense pro-
gram and increase the difficulties of our troops who are fighting
to preserve the nation's liberty including the rights of Labor*
There are many soldiers and sailors who do not approve the Pres-
ident's policies, but they obey the orders of the Comdr- in -Chief...
We will grant the inept Administration has slapped Labor's face.
But that Is no excuse for Labor to stab the nation in the back while
Stalin and Mao are doing It.. Gov. Talmadgc of Georgia, the
headlines said, ree'd a letter containing arsenic. The list of sus-
pects has been narrowed down to five million.
Tht Hail Ves it on ea*n forum for rgdcri gt Th* Pinomg American
Letters receives- freUfuMv sn4 r handle* in wholly c*nfi*Wiai
If V*U tontiihuH latter don't b* mt.ent if it itiirl aaaiei fha
a*t do Letteri *r* publiahed in tht order rcaivd.
leatt try k**e th latan limited la en* e* length.
Identity of letter writer it held in itricteil confidente
This nawi*e*r atiumci no reonii*ilit for tletcmcnli > *aini*n>
axptawed in letteri 'rem rcidcn.
Ft. Clay-on
Dear Male Box Editor:
Recently I herd a lady in the
Commissary corneplalning about
not being able to get good food
down here. Well, f spoke to her
about it, saying Pardon me Ma-
dam, but whai's the matter with
greetu and grits and a little but-
ton meet?

It seems she is a damyankee
and never herd of greens, think-
ing maybe they were splnich. Of
course spinlch is greens, but no)
the right kind- Anyway she sa'd
you can't get enough good out of
greens and grits, but they both
are right good in nurlshment, I
think I know I could live on
greens and grits and while ba-
con boiled, anu never complain.
We allus did down In Pell Cl'y
and never had skinny kids I got
four kids and theys good- and
stout and the wifes looking right
smart, ahho thee about 45
pound* overweight around the
How about pi luting this and
letting some people know thaat
II they eats enough grits and
greens and boiled bacon they
won't have trouble getting good
food. Of course for variety you
can make corn pone and I Ikes
chittUn* but can't get them here.
Angus C. Hogsbairl
46th Infantry, U. 8. Army
My Victor Mttttl
WASHINGTON "Aw, you're
nuts," shouted an enraged
t hures Wilson, the nation's mo-
bilising chief, at th country's
most powerul labor leaders-
"Ano you're mating Com-
munUts wth your pglfcieg, re-
torted the florid, though quiet
spoke and deaconlsh 81 Oreen,
elderly AFL pregltWnt.
The labor chiefs had gone
aciuss to Chailes Wilson's oifice
tor a final talk on men and is-
sues and whether Walter Reu-
ther, or some other union man,
would be permitted by hit ol-
lesgues tp become Wilson's gen-
eral deputy. But soon they were
shuuting and almost slugging
each other. .*.
* Pld till Qreen had W-
ferollv Vlead'd wi" WUio
o s their point. Woye
cuuWn'f be /"# yet- Thty
wer warriei obouf prjPft
confrol of civilian uolrt,
hiyh taxe un* rnU* With-
out ceilings in fuit that
order. They said that two
third al the country's rent
had been decontrolled ana
raised. They warned prices
would tkyrocket by June-
ThfV taid a 20 per cent iaa)
an incomes of $100 a week
or less was just too much. v
They were worried that lob-'
or people would.get "un-
sold" on the war e/lort.
It was at this moment they
said such policies would make
Communists out of people. Wil-
son then said. "You're nuts.
They shouted that big business
was doing extra-well. Wilson,
an outspoken man who sees his
Job as an engineering one to
get all-out war production,
again rejoined: "You're nuts."
Three times. In fac> the chief
mobilizer burst in with this fu-
rious parrying of the labor lead-
ers' Jabs.
In between he told them that
It was his Job to get production;
that lie had the authority from
President Truman and that, in
effect, he saw the government
as a giant business and not a
political entity.
Qn this note, the labor men
stomped out. That night, one of
the ClO's vice presidents was
still sputtering about Wilson.
Shaking hi fist he Indignantly
roared: "That man is impos-
sible, Jugt impossible. He wont
budge an ipch and you must be
made of iron to tolerate nig
attitude. If he can't learn to
live with us and deal With us.
its just top bad for the coun-
try. Right now he's impossible.'
Anothtr labor chiel said:
"He barks ordtrt ul u* as
though we were just jari-
men. Maybe his foremen at
GS must take it, but Wt'rt
not going to. if h epi*f
talk to us as equals, let nvn
get out."
Finally, one of the really top
men In labor's general staff,
the United Labor Policy Com-
mittee, snorted, "Wilson is Tru-
man's baby and the President
damned well better do some-
thing In a hurry or he'll have
no rest in Key West. If Wilson
continues to talk to us thl way,
he'll end Joint labor-manage-
ment participation in this all-
out war effort.
'This is a national strike and
the next move is up to Tru-
man ."
'More than any of the Intri-
cacies pf the wage and price Is-
sues, these quotes tell the full
background story of labor's re-
volt in Washington- They sum
up the almost daily, blistering
sessions behind the closed doors
Of Wilson's, Etir Johnston's and
the labor high command's head-
quarters. They synthesize the
utter disruption I've reported in
Washington since mW-Deoem-
ber when this column warned
that Mr. Truman's failure to es-
tablish policy would result In a
bitter, crippling andntly strike
waveand a furious civil war
Now it's happened as we
warned. Mr. President has given
Charles Wilson one view of his
mublllzlng authority. He said.
"Hare's complete power." Bui
Mr. Wilson Just doesn't think
that labor can help him. He sees
their participation In the pro-
duction program as a necessary
headache. And he honestly still
believes that the unions and
Secretary of Labor Tobin are out
to get him because he's an ex-
corporation president.
On the other hand, Mr.
Truman told labor it would
get what it wanted. Well,
it's oof (en very little. There's
a ClQ textile strike on now.
for example. The Union's
attorney, kadore K a t *.
known in the industry as an
erudite and reasonable man,
explains that under the new
jr]c Johnston wage formula
the strikers would get just a
few pennies Others, about
to strike, would get maybe a
penny and a half an hour
mora. Still others would get
nt'hlng. And lucky others have an old contract
would get a t3.U-a-week
But the toughest labor lead-
er* in this fight are the old Una
conservative AFL leaders and
not the usually militant co
chiefs. The AFL, for example,
has the problem of vetting wage
increases for J.OOO.OQO construc-
tion trades workers this spring.
And under the new wage for-
mula, they can't get a penny.
80 rather than hit the bricks
next spring, they ewune all lab-
or Into a political strike now.
(Copyright 19H. Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
Hip, Hip Hporqy!
Falls For Fun
ly 101 RUARK
new york. A friend has Ju>t returned
from a skiing safari to Mont TremWant. some-
what confused but filled with Ideas about the
sport that please me no end. He says skiing
has recently been adopted by the cleric and the
cabbie, the salesgirl and the steno. because of a
basic trust in its hbnesty.
"I never heard of anybody being able to fi
a mountain." he s%ys,
This cynical fellpw says thgt pepple do nqi
really like to ski. at gil. but merely use it as an
excuse to alt around a fire drinking,hot concoc-
tion of alcohol and maybe picking UP girls un-
der the sanctlficatfon of the schuss. They fla-
6re that skiing is a good clean mask for more
asip aims. Anybody who has suffered all dgy
In the snow cannot be too severely criticized for
relaxing touch in the evening^
"If you don't believe me," (he man says, I
will tell you that on the one dgy It rained and
i.obody was able to ski you nevdr saw a happier
bunch of people in your life. 'No skiing today,
no skiing today.' they said, and/ushed for the
fire In the bar. They were smiling as broad as
TrumaaT after the '4| .elections."
I susrftct skiing has become so Immensely po-
pular because of Its resemblance to a world that
rushes headlong to hell after Its own fashion.
It is a sport, vou know, which bases Its appeal
on a direct defiance of the laws of gravity.
When you are hurtling madly down a hill
with a Plr of staves strapped to your feet, and
the trees and stuntPf and rooks are whistling
East you, you do not draw back from disaster,
ecause this shifting of weight makes the hind
end of the skis sink into the snow and spill you.
You crouch forward. Instead- thereby forming a
picture of a man at right angles to the moun-
tain. Any child can tell .vou that this was not
what Mr- Isaac Newton had in mind when the
apple hit him. iU
The conversation of skiing people is the
dullest of all conversation, because it daals only
with wa. What thev put on the skis to make
them slide faster over the snow. There 'e only
90 many things you cgn ay about the compara-
tive excellence of different brands of ski waif,
and the subject wears thin after four or five
hour- I like to talk about girls, myself, pre-
ferably non-skiers.
There is an arroganoe to the ski bug that sur-
passes the arrogance 01 any other sports nut.
the ski Ian canpot conceive that there may be
people who do not particularly crave to die of
multiple fraqturg while simultaneously choking
Hum pneumonia while being bored in the pro-
The nop-skier is firmly placed a a coward,
as an impossibly stupid fellow, with a back-
ground ot Communist association and avoidance
of income tan. Ha is as out uf place as a horse
hater at the horse show- or, 1 started to say,
as an honest basketball ulayer In Madison
Square Garden. He just ain't with it.
I an as scarvd o| horses at 1 tun scared of
skis, and could never see what fine sport was to
be had out, of being hurled from the backs of
iron-mouthed jumpers onto hard ground or into
trees The humor Qf crashing full tilt into a
snowy rock, at 60 miles an hour, likewise has
escaped n-.e. You may get your kicks from cold
and fractured femurs -- me. I like the quiet
fireside and a copy of "Taraan of the Apes."
Let Tarzan lake the chances.
But this does not make me a Russian spy or
a typhoid carrier, which is what I seem to be
come when I get mixed up with skiers. It is a
free country, thev say. and no man should be
subject to chilblains merely to keep his virility
from challenge and his name free of slur.
Wax, yet. Telemarke, yet. Christianas, yet. I
would rather spend an evening with a compul-
sive bird watcher. There is humor in a tufted
tltmoute that is unknown to people who fall
down hills for fun. ____________^^
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON. There are air sorts of mo-
tives ana emotions which have fed to the pre-
sent Intensely dangerous domejtle crisis, caused
py labors rebellion against Mobilization Chief
Charles I. Wilson and the Truman administra-
tion. To try to undeestand what has happened
is a Jittle like trying to follow the Plot of one
Of those immensely complicated Victorian no-
velist. _
John L. Lewi, for example, Is one major com-
plication. Sooner or later, In any discussion of
the crisis with labor men. this ominous name
crops up Lewis, they point out accurately, has
always operated strictly aocordlng to the laws
of the jungle. By the mere threat of force,
Lewia got hu men a W> per oent wage rise. The
rest of labor, which has tried to cooperate, is
being asked to accept IU per cent, with Lewis
grinning sardonically ever his rivals shoulders.
This intense Jealousy of Lewis, not untinged
with fear, is a thread which runs all through
the story of the labor rebellion.
Another name which always crops up sooner
or later is that of Gen. Lucius Clay, Wilsons
able aide. The labor men fear, or protess to
fear, Gen. Clay. At the time uf the Battle 01
the Bulge durlng^tlve last war. Clay was aslgn-
ed to support the proposed "work or fight leg-
islation on Capitol Bjll. The labor men admit
that Clay was only doing his duty in support-
ing this bitterly hgted leglslatlPU. but they hint
Aarkly that he did his duty with too much en-
They suspect that Clay favors labor draft
and manpower direction now. In point of fact.
Clay sees no Justification for labor direction in
the foreseeable future, although h will of
course make no prediction* about what may be
necessary in case of general atomic war But
although labor's suspicions are unfounded this
does not alter the fact that this issue of a la-
bor draft Is deeply charged with motion.
There are further complication. O-I-O- Chief
Philip Murray has bee* Hi throughout most of
the battle. The task of negotiating With Wil-
son m the name of the ci.O- has thus fallen
largely to CI.O. iecretary-Treasurer James Ca-
rev and auto workers' chief Walter Reuther
And Carey has for many months been locked
In a bitter feud with Wilson on another issue.
Wilson' former company. General glectrlc.
has consistently taken a "plague or both your
houses' attitude toward the rivalry between
the new. antl-Cummunut electriesJ workers' un-
ion which Carey head, and the old Communist-
dominated union which was dlamltsed from the
unions are "colleotlvlst." and that thus there
C-IP. General kileotric has charged that bou
Is nothing to ciioos uetween them. Carey bit-
teriy Interprets tin Une as a transparent at-
tempt to divide and rule. Carey Is thus hardly
III a mood tO deal gently with his okl enemy,
Nor is this all. Carey and Reuther are the
leading heirs apparent to the c.1.0. tm-one now
occupied by Murray. Both are able men and
able labor politicians. Like ah heirs apparent,
ft is iu their interest to be more kingly tnan
the king, to be tougher champions of the labor
cause than apyon# else. And the AJ1'. ot L. can
hardly be less aggressive than the CI.O. in the
cause of labor. Tnus fuel is added to tnu
Behind the surface motives generated by this
jet of circumstances tnere lies a deeper motive,
khnce Clark Clifiord leit the White House, the
Job of dealing with labor in Truman's name
lias been shared out between White House aides
Charles Murphy and John Uteelman. The labor
men trust Murphy, but they think he has tit-
tle authority, and they positively distrust Steel-
man. Thus they believe that the doors of the,
White House are in effect closed to tnem, while
they are wide open to business.
This exaceruutes labor's emotional conviction
that Labor is being slighted, while other economic
groups are getting the mooiluation gravy, 'inis
conviction is not wholly unjustified, as a glance
;,t profit statements and farm income will sug-
gest. But what is most striking about labor's
reaction is that the mood Is Intensely emotional,
as the tone of the recent excitedly worded labor
manllesto suggests.
In the face of this upsurge of emotion, the
strategy adopted by Truman and Wilson is one
of masterly inaction. Only a few days ago. La-
bor was on the point of settling the dispute, on
the basis uf the appointment of the A. '. of L. s
tieorge Harrison as a Wilson deputy, with spe-
cial authority in the manpower Held. This set-
tlement aollapstd onlv at the last moment, and
op an essentially minor issue. Given time lor
tempers to cool, it is hoped that the labor men
will come round, on some reasonable basis.
This strategy explains why Truman so cava-
lierly dismissed a domestic crisis as de>gerous
as he has yet faced, in the end. no doubt the
strategy of giving time for emotions to simmer
down will work out somehow. Fortunately, the
great bulk of the labor leaders are patriots first
and labor men second.
(Ceeyright, mi, New York Herald Tribune !)
Drew Pearson say$: McCarthy's senatorial attack, on
anon unprecedented; Fair trade practices act pro-
hibits boycott pf Pearson's radio sponsor and paptrg
publishing his column; Tht boos wilt continue t dtf
out facts public should know. #
WASHlNOTOff ft may be a good thing that the boas tfl
away. While he Is skirting tht Iron Curtain countries and }
no position to blue-pencil u, we can say seme things that m
would never say if he was here.
For a long time the boss has debated what he should
Spout th vicious attack leveled at him from the safety of 1
cnate floor by Senator McCarthyattacks In Which MeCarf
not only called him a communist but went to the extrtme leq
of urging a boycott against all Drew's newspapers and hu raj
We have talked with quite a few Senators and old-tlmtra
around the Senate and. to far at we can find out. this is the
most unprecedented Senatorial attack in American history. On
top of this, McCarthy has had reprints made' of speeches attack-
ing the boss and has mailed them under his frank, at the ta*>
pr-yers' expense, to l.eoo newspapers. These speeches again urn
a boycott of the Pearson column and ask newspaper editors T
drop it. Furthermore, copies of these speeches have been put |ft
the hands pf rival newspaper syndicate salesman for dlsareet us
in effort to sah rival columns. Thit again makes use of Senator-
ial Immunity in a manner never heard of belore in the entire
history of the United States.
The boss cannot sue McCarthy for libel because McCarthy ha
Senatorial immunity and when he has answered McCarthy in
print some newspapers feel it is a personal argument and bluer
pencil it, though meanwhile giving McCarthy full play for hie
libe proof attacks. Furthermore, the boas can't sue any of hi#
cLiumnist competitors who pick up McCarthy's diatribes and rg-
publlsh them because reprints of Senate speeches are HbalprooL
One funny thing is that, while McCarthy has been calling
Qrew a Communist, the Pally Worker In New York offlctfl
spokesman for the cqmmunst Party has been hitting him Juts
a.s hard. One week, lor instance, McCarthy masted the boss twfcf
gn the Senate floor while the Oal.y Worker blasted him three
times editorially.
IMMUNITY FOR PEOPLE'S PROTECTION ,, the boss has done some studying of the resolution*
Intiqduced by senator Hunt of Wyoming which propose chgngjf
hi u Senator's rjght to libel pr.vatg citizens from the safety of thf
Senate Hour. Senator Hunt did considerable research into' thl
question and history shows that Senatorial immunity arose in the
eurly days of the English Parliament In order to protect a les^f-
li-tor frpm the King. Kings in those days had a habit of chopptnC
oil heads or Jailing members of Parliament Who got too critical
and Immunity was devised as a means of protecting them frurn
unfair persecution. Members of parliament and Senators there*
fore got Immunity to help them in the Job of protecting the
people, not for the purpose of using immunity to persecute tht
So the boss's lawyers have devised a plan to protect him
against McCarthy's boycott and abusenot under the libel laws,
but under the Fair Trade Practices Act, which prohibits buy-
cutta. The Tall-Hartley Act for which, incidentally, McCarthy
voted, aho pruiiibits boycotts, in fact, the whole principle of j,-
boycott is contrary to the American system. This case, test.n.5
a senator's right to conduct a boycott, undoubtedly will go to
the supreme Court and win make history as far as Senatorial
Immunity is concerned.
The real danger of McCarthyUm Is summed up in an ew-*
opening editorial in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch of Feb. Uf*
"Oluumy Washington prophets are forecasting a peiioo m ?O
big lie,' of tht tUrtive Informer, qf the character assassin, of in-*"
qiiisitlon. eavesdropping, smear and distrust. They lump the whole!
Upcier the term McCarthy;srn. a common noun derived as In the>
unst utlver expressions have been taken from personalities such ar
Jiidgtt Lynch. Captain Boycott and Vldkun Quisling."
One step in McCarthy'1 campaign to silence the boss l| art
attempt to shut off his news sources. By demanding a probe or
the "Pearson spies" in ihe Pentagon, McCarthy has tried to In-
timidate news sources.
However, the boss will keep on digging out the blundart V
bureaucrats classify as "secret" and the hidden iaets tha
public should know. The record win shuw the boa puts security
ahead of tbe news, and withholds stories upon the advice of the
Secretary of the Army Pace stated the boss did not violate
code security in publishing secret cables that McCarthy U howl-
ing about. In face the buss was warned In advance that the only
security risk would be uvealing the document number and date
ul the secret message. McCarthy couldn't resitt showing off Ule
spy system to prove that he could get secret,, cables .too. So he-
unwise'y revealed both the document number arid the date on th;
Senate floor.
Thus, ironically, McCarthy made himself a target qf his own
investigation, and the Justice Department Is cheeking McCarthy;
01 revealing the only dangerous part of the document the key
I 1 the secret message.
Drew It not the first newspaperman McCarthy has tried to*~
silence. He used similar tactics against Others, including the von-|
serva Uve Saturday Evening Post. McCarthy classified the Poet li),
the game category with the Dally Worker for publishing a cri-
tical article about bim.
"It It disturbing to find that this article Is almost 100 per |
cent In line with the official instructions Issued to the Commun-
ists and fellow traveling members of the press and radio by Qua
Kail, national secretary of the Communist Party," McCarthy'
wrote to the editors after taking the precaution of inserting hie'.
letter In the Congressional Record, thus protecting himself iron
McCarthy would have us be'leve that anyone who criticises'.
him is following the Communist line, we do not accept that 999- :
trine. Freedom of speech maens freedom to differ, even with.
McCarthy. Public discussion Is a politioal duty, and criticism i
essential to good government-
would b<
UcUe Drew
torial Immu
noteThe boas exposed the Communist soy ring that
secret B-?0 blueprints, and also warned the Hate Depart
against A'ger Hist, long before McCarthy discovered there
a gold mine of publicity in being a professional entl-Commu
(Copyright; till, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
We w
*e Die
rid be Just as quick to defend McCarthy t right to orUi
-^1 the Senator would slop hiding behind nis qSaV-
in8y just as the Chinese Communists hide behlnd*>s>f;
1 Border.
American rUunce Corporatian PaMint foree Product
Azucarera Nacional. S. A. (Preferred 7t) ................
Arango Si Lyona. S. A....................................
Cemento Panama. S A...................................
Comuafiia Llcorer de Penan*, S A................<>
Comuafila Gejwel dc SfSuroe, S. m-.....................
Comaenia Internacin! de Seeurpe. S. A.................
Comuata de Lefevre. S A "Oeromoni .................
Comnania de Ufevre. S. A. (Preferred! ..................
compaAit PnniA de Aceite. S. ..................
Clay Product. Company ................................
Hoteles Interamericanoa. 5. A...........................
Bailonal Brewery. 8. A.................................
lion! Dlilllleri. S. A. .......,.............
Panamerlcan Orans Crush Co. (Common) ............
Piniinerlcen Orange Cruajl Co- (fielerred.............
Panama Ppwer S> Lift" Cgmoeny i Common I ..........
Ptnama Power &I ConjMny (Preferred ..........
Snam Cocg-CoTa ISttllnf Company ...................
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gn Ferngndo Clinic ....................................
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6:30 en la Red Panamericana
TUBERA galvanizada--------
y j" 1" If 2"
Via Espaa 121 Tel. S-15M
Suspende operaciones el Banco Fiduciario
Cerca de doce mil patentes
comerciales todava faltan
por ser renovadas en el pas
El trabajo, que sigue su curso normal, se cree que
durar unos cinco meses ms
Nombrado personal
de la Legislativa
El Presidente de la Comi-
sin Legislativa Permanente,
H. D. Heraclio Barletta, de-
sign esta maana mediante
Decreto nmero 1, el personal
subalterno al servicio de la Le-
gislativa Permanente.
El siguiente es el Decreto
que designa el personal:
Comisin Legislativa
\l y Permanente
Decreto Nmero i de 7 Mar-
so de 1951.
La Comisin d_ la Mesa en
uso de sus Facultades Legales
sonal subalterno permanente
de la Asamb'ea Nacional" al
servicio de la Comisin Legis-
lativa Permanente ser el si-
Secretario General, Sebastin
Sub-Secretario General: Jus-
to P. Espino Jr.
Contador Calgrafo: Gil F.
Oficial Mayor Argentina Me-
dina Prez.
Archivero. Eustorglo Tejeira.
Estengrafas, Carlota Chang,
Lidia A- Snchez, Maria de To-
rres, Concepcin Snchez, Gui-
mara de Silva.
Mecangrafas: BvcU Bata, A
na Elena Carrion. Delia Aran-
go, Elva Nery Terrientee, Fa-
relia Fernndez.
Estengrafa Jefe: Carmela
Guevara de Pinzn.
Ujieres: Luis F. Carrln, Juan
(Pasa a la pgina 2 columna 7)
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, Don Ri-
cardo Arias E. declar hoy a
la prensa que los comercian-
tes que tienen listas sus pa-
tentes comerciales deben reti-
rarlas del Ministerio. El Minis-
tro dijo que la labor de la
renovacin de las patentes si-
gue su curso normal, pero que
se estimaba que este trabajo
durara cinco meses ms, de-
bido a que se calcula que fal-
tan cerca de doce mil pa-
tentes comerciales por reno-
El Departamento de Comer-
cio, del Ministerio de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e Industrias,
dirigido por don Domiclano
Broce, es el que ha tenido a
su cargo esta labor de reno-
vacin de las patentes comer-
ciales, trabajo que es laborio-
so, delicado y arduo debido a
su naturaleza.
Llamados a la (orle
el Sr. Feo. Filos
y el Sr. H. Miranda
El rgano Ejecutivo por con-
ducto del Ministerio de Gobier-
no y Justicia ha llamado al Sr.
Francisco Filos para que se en-
cargue de las funciones de Ma-
gistrado de la Corte Suprema de
Justicia, como suplente, a partir
ael 15 de los corrientes, en su
calidad de Suplente Personal del
Dr. Ricardo A. Mtales, quieu a*
separar por el termino da dos
meses de la Magistratura, en
uso de vacaciones,.Tambin ha
sido llamado a ocupar la Ma-
gistratura el seor Harmodio
Miranda, suplente del Dr. Publlo
A. Vsquez, quien se ha separa-
do de la Corte en uso de vaca-
clones por un mes.
Sangrienta batalla se libra en
un frente de sesenta millas
Temario de la
conferencia de
cancilleres el 26
Temario de la IV Conferencia
de Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores que se celebrar en la
ciudad de Washington el 20 de
los corrientes:
1Cooperacin poltica y mi-
litar para la defensa de Ame-
irca, y para prevenir y recha-
zar la agresin de acuerdo con
les convenios lnteramerlcanos
y con la Carta de las Naciones
Unidos y las resoluciones de dl-
cna Organizacin.
2Fortalecimiento de la se-
guridad interna de las Repbli-
cas Americanas.
3Cooperacin econmica de
aiProducin y distribucin
para fines de defensa.
b)Producin y distribucin
de productos escasos y utiliza-
cin de servicios necesarios pa-
ra atender, dentro de los lmi-
tes Impuestos por la emergen-
cia, a los requerimientos de la
ecoonmia Interna de las Rep-
blicas Americanas y medidas
para facultar, en lo posible, la
ejecucin de los programas de
desarrollo econmico.
Fijan fianza
al que venda
atades usados
Los empleados de La Prensa
se dirigen otra vez a Pern
para regresar a su trabajo
Hacen una exposicin completa de los ltimos acon-
tecimientos que se han sucedido
Dictarn cursos
de capacitacin
en escuela local
Con la debida autorizacin del
Ministerio de Educacin ser dic-
tado un interesante curso de a-
fianzamlento y capacitacin pa-
ra alumnos de los grados supe-
riores de la Escuela Primaria y
estudiantes que vayan a cursar
su Primer Ao de Estudios Se-
El curso Include todas las ma-
terias de la Escuela Primaria y
conocimientos generales del Pri-
mer Afto Secundarlo. Ser dicta-
do por maestros estudiantes de
Profesorado en la Universidad
Nacional, teniendo como local, la
Oscuela Repblica del 9cuador en
Calle 12 Teste No. 41 de esta
ciudad y la matricula est abier-
ta desde hoy durante todas las
horas del dia en la misma escue-
la. _______
Cursos de Espaol
y Aritmtica darn
en R. de Venezuela
Un curso de capacitacin pa-
ra alumnos deficientes en las
asignaturas de Aritmtica y Es-
paol, ser abierto en la Escue-
la Repblica de Venezuela, a
partir del lunes 12 de los co-
rrientes y el cual estar a car-
go de un grupo de maestras de
reconocida competencia y expe-
riencia. Dicho curso ser para
alumnos de los tercero, cuartos
quinto y sexto grados, por un
trmino de seis semanas y a un
costo de B. 5.00 cinco balboas,
Todo padre de familia interesa-
do en que sus hijos afiancen
sus conocimientos o corrijan sus
deficiencias en las materias
anotadas (aritmtica y espaol)
pueden llamar a la direccin
del mencionado plantel, telfo-
no 2-1BM. solicitando informes
o concurrir personalmente pa-
ra llevar a cabo la correspon-
diente matricula de sus hijos.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 8 P.l Los empleados de La Pren-
sa se han dirigido nuevamente
al Presidente Pern para que
se les permita regresar a sus
trabajos. En la peticin hacen
una exposicin completa de los
Incidentes y en parte de ella
cice que sel esa.segur que po-
dan ir "tranquilos" con Ins-
trucciones dadas por el Comisa-
rio Inspector, cumplidas al pie
de la letra por el personal de
La Prensa, que se dirigi a su
trabajo, pero que al hacerlo tu-
vieron la dolorosa comproba-
cin de que en las inmediacio-
A un congreso en
Caracas irn cuatro
mdicos panameos
Panam enviar una delega-
cin compuesta pof cuatro pro-
fesores al Tercer Congreso Mi-
co-Social de la Confederacin
Mdica Panamericana, que ten-
dr lugar en Caracas del 11 al 17
del presente me.
El Gobierno estar representa-
do por el Dr. Roberto Sandoval,
Director de Salud Pblica, quien
presidir la delegacin, y el Dr.
Horacio Daz Gmez, Director del
Servicio Mdico del Seguro So-
La Asociacin Mdica se har
representar por los Dtes. Arturo
Tapia y Osvaldo Velsquez. El Dr.
Tapia se encuentra ya en la cap -
tal venezolana, y el Dr. Velsquez
partir hoy. Los Doctores Snelo-
val y Daz Gmez partirn para
Caracas el Viernes.
Este Congreso tiene carcter
oficial, y la Junta de Gobierno de
Venezuela lo ha denominado
"Jornadas Mdicas." Las invita-
ciones fueron transmitidas por
conducto del Ministerio de Rela-
ciones Exteriores.
El Asistente Fiscal de la Zo-
na del Canal, Kay Fisher, se
opuso ayer en la Corte de Bal-
boa a que se redujera la fian-
za de Grover F. Bohan, fun-
cionarlo del Canal de Panama,
quien se encuentra acusado de
apropiacin indebida de fon-
dos pblicos. El Fiscal Fisher
dijo, al oponerse a la reduc-
cin de la fianza, "Este caso
tiene mushos otros aspectos".
Fisher no slo pidi que no
se rebajara la fianza, sino que
quiso que se estableciera una
condicin en la fianza, en la
que se le prohlbia a Bohan
abandonar el Istmo.
El Magistrado E. I. Tatel-
man, slnembargo, redujo la
j fianza a $1.000 y dijo que es-
ta era suficiente garanta de
I que Bohan comparecera a
Bohan estuvo en la Corte
durante una hora, en la que
llev a cabo la revisin ora!
de la causa. El Gobierno pre-
sent a seis testigos.
Leonard White, de Gamboa,
declar que el lo. de Diciem-
bre de 1950 le haba pagado
a Bohan la suma de $227 en
efectivo por un atad de $20
y otros gastos del entierro de
su esposa. Bohan expidi un>|
recibo por esta suma. Mhite
declar tambin que el Mar-
tes pasado fu llevado al Ce-
menterio de Corozal para
Identificar la tumba de su es-
posa, diciendo que no se le
habla dicho para qu lo lle-
vaban al cementerio.
Se solicitar que
retire Ordez
une. renuncia
Publicamos a conUnuacin un
comunicado enviado para su pu-
blicacin por la Comisin en-
cargada de pedir ai Honorable
Diputado Miguel Ansel Ord-
ez que retire su renuncia del
cargo de Secretario General del
Directorio Nacional del Partido
Revolucionarlo Autntico.
"Como en la ltima reunin
de la Junta Asesora del Partido
Revolucionario Autntico, donde
se trat sobre la renuncia pre-
sentada por el HD. Miguel ngel
Ordez, del cargo de Secretario
General del PRA., se nos nom-
br miembros de la Comisin
que tratar de conseguir que el
Diputado Ordez retire la re-
nuncia presentada hace algn
tiempo, ya que l es uno de los
miembros mas destacados y me-
i i torios del panameismo.
Dada la amistad que nos une
ron el HD. Ordez, nos consi-
deramos optimistas en el com-
pleto xito de la gestin a noso-
tros encomendada.
La Comisin.
Alclbiades Arosemena. Jos
M. Vrela, Norberto Zurita.
En las primeras 24 horas los
comunistas han perdido mil 5
de 13.000 en los combates
Bajo una sombra de mil o ms aeroplanos desarro-
llan los aliados sus operaciones blicas
TOKIO, marzo 8. (UP).
Ocho divisiones de las Nacio-
nes Unidas en Corea, chocaron
contra las fuerzas comunistas
en el frente de setenta millas
y le produjeron a los rojos una
prdida de 13,000 hombres en
24 horas en la gigante ofen-
siva aliada.
En el asalto, las Naciones U-
nldas han establecido su pri-
mera cabeza de puente despus
de cruzar el rio Han, al Este
de Sel, y han capturado una
montaa que domina quince
millas del frente central, han
desalojado a los comunistas de
Yongdu y Taemi y avanzado
siete mUlas dentro de la gran
base de Honchon Se informan
avances hasta de cuatro millas.
Las fuerzas de tierra mata-
ron, hirieron o capturarte 11,-
039 chinos y norcoreanos, que
es la cifra ms alta de bajas
producidas en un dia en la gue-
rra. Las fuerzas areas dicen
haber producido otras 200 ba-
jas. Los prisioneros suben a
200 por lo menos. Slo en un;
sector al Este de Sel, los alia-
dos mataron mil comunistas y
slo perdieron, un hombre.
Los tanques y la artillera
de las Naciones Unidas avan-
zaron hacia el Norte bajo un
paraguas de mil o ms aero-
planos. An l fuerte contra-
ataque de los norcoreanos en
las montaas del Este ha per-
dido efectividad. La sptima di-
visin surcoreana se ha esta-
blecido en una nueva linea de
defensa a una o tres millas
atrs despus del contraataque
de 80,000 norcoreanos.
Los observadores areos In-
forman haber visto 900 vehcu-
los comunistas y haber des-
truido o averiado a 42 de ellos.
LOS despachos del frente, re-
sumen la situacin de Oeste a
Este en la siguiente forma: La
visjrfuna quinta divisin nor-
i eamericana avanz hacia el
Norte desde su recin ganada
caMu de puente en el banco
norte del ro Han, quince mi-
llas al Este de Sel, despus
de matar, herir o capturar
5,250 comunistas chinos ayer.
La vigsima cuarta divisin
norteamericana captur la
montaa "Puerta del Dragn"
de 6800 pies de altura, seis mi-
llas al noreste de Yongpyang.
y domina el frente central
oeste en cincuenta millas. Es-
ta divisin mat, captur o hi-
ri a 2,300 chinos. La primera
divisin de caballera de los
Estados Unidos sac a los chi-
nos de Yongdu y con la ayu-
da de fuerzas canadienses, aus-
tralianas y surcoreanas domi-
naron la carretera lateral al
Este' de Hoengsong. Los rojos
se retiraron a las colinas, una
a tres millas al Norte de la
carretera. La sexta divisin sur-
coreana se retir 2,000 yardas
anoche bajo el contrataque co-
munista, pero se espera qe ga-
ne hoy el terreno perdido. La
primera divisin de marina
norteamericana avanz tras po-
ca resistencia hacia la principal
base china de Hongchon. La
segunda divisin norteamerica-
na, en la carretera de Hoeng-
song a Chapyong, cinco millas
al Este de Hoengsong. empu-
jaron n los norcoreanos en las
mantanas tres millas al Este y
capturaron la lnea de cerro
a otras dos millas al Este. La
sptima divisin surcoreana se
encuentra en su nueva linea
de defensa al Sur de la carre-
tera de Soksa a Kangnun, des-
pus de perder una o tres mi-
llas ayer frente al contraata-
que de 30,500 norcoreanos.
Datos del censo
servirn para
un servicio
El Servicio ci/operativo Iner-
Amerlcano de Educacin ha mos-
trado inters en las cifras obte-
nidas de los Censos Nacionales de
1950. tanto en los que se refiere
ai Censo de Poblacin y Vivienda
como respecto al Censo Agro-Pe-
La valiosa informacin obteni-
da como resultado de los Census
levantados en Diciembre ltimo
en nuestro pas, servir a los al-
tos fines y la valiosa labor nue
desde hace aos desarrolla entre
nosotros el Servicio Cooperativo
nter-Americano de Educacin,
dependencia de uno de los orga-
nismos de accin cultural del De-
partamento de Estado del Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos de Am-
La importancia que dicho ser-
vicio concede y el Inters que le
merecen las informaciones del
Censo puede deducirse del hecho
de que no fueron solicitadas por
el medio acostumbrado de una
nota oficial, sino mediante visita
especial que el Jefe del Servicio,
seor Ernest C. Jeppssen hizo al
Departamento de Censos de la
Contraloria General de la Rep-
blica, acompaado del Asesor de
dicho Servicio. Profesor Ing. Ma ,
El Servicio nter-Americano de
Educacin acaba de firmar un
nuevo Convenio con el Gobierno '.
de Panam para- ampliar las ac-
U virtudes su* desarrolla en-nues-
tro paia,
Ultima Hora
Al momento ae cerrar planas
fuimos informados que un pique-
te de Polica se present hoy a
las dos de la tarde a la redaccin
del diarlo "El Pas" para notifi-
car al Director, don Samuel
Lewis, que por orden del Ministro
de Gobierno y Justicia no se le
permitir la circulacin del pe-
ridico de esta tarde.
Tratamos de comunicarnos con
el funcionarlo aludido para obte-
ner datos acerca de la imputacin
que se hubiere hecho contra "El
Pas", pero no nos fu posible en-
Comunicado del Hotel Panam
En la maana de hoy, el
seor Joseph R. Cunningham,
('rente General del hotel El
Pafcam, nos inform qne la
suspensin provisional de I*
Compaa Fidneiarla de Pa-
nam, S. A., no afectar en
manera alguna las operacio-
nes diarlas del hotel. El Pa-
nam continuara abierto y
operando como de costumbre
y basta que vuelva el Ban-
co Fiduciario a sus operacio-
nes normales, el Hotel cu-
brir sus cuentas corrientes
por medio del Banco Nacio-
nal. El seor Cunningham
tambin dijo que tenia una
gran confianza en el futuro
del hotel debido a las much-
simas reservaciones que ya
tiene y que le aseguran su
Como es del dominio pblico, la Compaa Fi-
duciaria de Panam, S. A., por medio de su apode-
rado legal puso en conocimiento de la Contraloria
General de la Repblica el estado en dinero en efec-
tivo de la referida institucin en el da de ayer, que
se redujo apreciablemente por razn de retiros de
depsitos durante ese da que se consideran fuera de
lo comn.
En virtud del informe rendido por la Compa-
a Fiduciaria S. A., el Contralor General, con la
aprobacin del Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro, y de
conformidad con la ley que regula la materia, pidi
al Jaez Primero del Circuito que decretara la "sus-
pensin provisional" de las operaciones de la refe-
rida institucin bancaria. La autoridad judicial de-
cret la aplicacin de las disposiciones legales per-
Como consecuencia de lo anterior la Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam S. A. no abri sus puertas
(fasa s la Pag. X. Ca Editorial)
El Juez Primero de Circuito
lo declara as para proteger I
intereses de los depositantes
Retiros anormales efectuados ayer dieron lugar a
que se redujese el encaje legal
Don Jos Ehrman es
Secretario General
de la Presidencia
La Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panam, S. A., la nica ins-
titucin bancaria particular que
funcionaba en la Repblica, de-
cidi ayer en la tarde solicitar
la suspensin provisional de
sus operaciones, en atencin a
que los anormales retiros que
se hicieron en el curso del da
dl lugar a que al cerrar las
operaciones, registraba un en-
caje debajo de la suma sea-
lada por la Ley.
La empresa dirigi un me-
morial al seor Contralor Ge-
neral de la Repblica, don Hen-
rique de Obarrlo, para rendir-
le un informe de la situacin
y luego, este funcionarlo y el
Ministro de Hacienda y Teso-
ro, don Rodolfo Herbruger
se dirigieron al Juez Pri-
mero del Circuito para que
este funcionario autorizara la
suspensin provisional de ope-
raciones, de modo que el Ban-
co pudiera hacer efectivos sus
crditos y ponerse dentro del
encaje legal.
El estado de situacin Indi-
ca que el Banco tena en di-
nero efectivo al comenzar el
dia la cantidad de B. 848.731.97
suma superior a la que esta-
blece la ley, pero se registra-
ron retiros de depsitos anor-
males. La institucin tenia has-
ta el dia de ayer en concepto
de haberes la cantidad de B.
6.580,7>1 contra depsitos y de-
mandas a plazo, obligaciones y
reservas, de B. 5,181,222.63, que-
dando un saldo a favor del
Banco y de sus accionistas, por
la suma de B. 1J7I.559.38. des-
pus dejwgar sus obligaciones.
En el memorial dtLBanc pa-
ra el Contralor General se a-
flrma que an cuando el Ban-
co hizo esfuerzos por hacer e-
ectlvos algunos crditos paga-
deros a presentacin, siempre
que dichos crditos no fuesen
a agravar la situacin econ-
mica difcil del pas, se tiene
entendido que demorar algu-
nos dias en lograrlo.
Publicamos a continuacin el
Decreto de suspensin de ope-
raciones, dictado por el Jues
Primero del Circuito, Licenciado
Octavio Villalaz:
Decreto de suspension
de operaciones
Juzgado Primero del Circuito.
__ Panam, siete de marzo de
mil novecientos cincuenta y
Ha solicitado el Sr. H. Oba-
rrlo, en su carcter de Con-
tralor General de la Repblica,
por oficio fechado hoy oficio
que tambin suscribe el seor,
R. F. Herbruger, como Minis-,
tro de Hacienda y Tesoro, quo,
se proceda a la suspensin pro-
visional de las operaciones de*
la Institucin bancaria deno-i
minada "Compaa Fiduciaria'
de Panam. 8 A", basado enfc
que la empresa aludida tiene J
insuficiencia del encaje reque-
rido por la Ley 101 de 1941,.
con peligro ce los intereses de!
los depositantes, basado en lo
que establece el articulo 24
de la citada ley.
La medida que se solicita, se-
gn la referida nota, es la de
evitar ios perjuicios que sufri-
rn los depositantes que se a-
presurarn a retirar sus fon-
A la solicitud de suspensin,
se present un memorial diri-
gido al seor Contralor Gene-
ral de la Repblica, por el Dr.
Narciso E. Garay, en su carc-
ter de apoderado legal y re-
presentante de la "Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam, 8. A.",
enioresa bancaria de esta plaza.
Tambin se present copla
debitalhente autenticada y oUjt
anotacin de su Inscripefinr-*,
el Registro public, de la es-
critura u V o 1680, de 27
septiembre de 1919. extendida
en la Notada Primera del Cir-,
cuito de Panam, donde consta i
el poder conferido por la "Com-
paa Fiduciaria de Panam, 8.
A.", y entre las facultades con-
feridas se observa la de repre*'
sentar el doctor Garav a la em-
presa bancada aludida ante'
cualouler autoridad, ccapora-
(Pasa a la Pgina 5, Col. 3)
El Lie. Ernesto Mndez opina
que s hay facultad legal
para crear Cursos de Verano
El Sr. Don Jos Ehrman fu
escogido ayer por el Excelen-
tsimo Seor Presidente de la
Repblica, Dr. Arnulfo Arias
M., para ocupar el cargo de
Secretarlo General de la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica, en
reemplazo del Sr. Jos Cle-
mente 'de Obaldia. quien pas
a ocupar la Cartera de Go-
bierno y Justicia.
El Sr. Ehrman ocupaba el
cargo de Primer Secretario del
Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, v yer mismo tom
posesin de su nuevo cargo en
la Presidencia de la Repblica.
Hasta el momento no se sa-
be quin ser escogido para
reemplazar al Sr. Ehrman en
la secretada del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores.
El 15 de este mes
se expedirn las
placas oficiales
El Tesorero Municipal. Don
Rosendo Merel. inform que ti
15 de este mes sern- expedi-
das las nuevas placa*" blancas
de aluminio, oficiales.
El Sr. Merel inform que es-
tas placas se darn solamente
a aquellas persoras que estn
autorizadas por la ley para
portarlas, y se cumplir es-
trictamente la decisin conte-
nida en la resolucin No. 230
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Segn la resolucin, sola-
mente "el Presidente de la
Repblica, los ex-Presidentes
de la Repblica, los Ministros
de Estado, los Magistrados de
la Corte Suprema de Justicia,
los Diputados a la Asamblea
Nacional y los Secretarios de
los Ministerios podrn usar las
placas oficiales sin costo al-
guno y estarn exentos del
pago del impuesto de trn-
Considera que el Director de la Normal no debe fir-
mar los diplomas de los que los efectan
Para su publicacin nos ha i -
traidq el Lie. Ernesto Mndez, I
la siguiente carta:
Panam, marzo 6 de 1951.
8res. Silvio Mndez Daz y
Jaime Riera Plnllla
Profesores de la Escuela
Normal 8antiago. Veraguas
Muy seores mos:
Doy respuesta a la atenta
carta de ustedes, fechada el da
28 de febrero ltimo, por me-
dio de la cual solicitan mi opi-
nin sobre si .compete a ia Es-
cuela Normal y su Director o
al Instituto de Verano y su Di-
rector otorgar diplomas de
Catorce aos le
imponen al que
asalt un club
En la audiencia contra Ba-
sil Headley, de 25 aos de
edad, cruien asalt el nueve de
febrero pasado al Clubhouse
de Paraso, acompaado de
otros dos hombres, el Juea
Hancock, al Imponerle la pena
Maestros de Primera Ensean-, e 14 aos, le dijo: "La gen-
za, considerando a la ltima de te debe ser protegida. SI no-
las mencionadas Instituciones' sotros dejamos que los hom-
como un organismo indepen- j bres como usted salgan y usen
diente de la Escuela Normal. revlveres, no le estaremos
Planteado as el problema
debo manifestarles mi opinin
en la siguiente forma:
An cuando la Ley 47 de
dando al pblico la proteccin
que ellas se merecen."
En aquellos incidentes de la
noche del nueve de febrero, en
1946, en su Articulo 66, no de-, que los tres hombres se pre-
termlna quien debe expedir los i sentaron enmascarados. fu
diplomas que acrediten la ter-' herido el gerente Ernest A.
minacin de los estudios de: Robertson. Ademas de l. de-
segunda enseanza, es obvio I clararon el tomador de tlem-
que tal funcin deben ejercer-1 PO Everett H. Drew y la car
la los respectivos directores de marera Ovira Jules Holder
los planteles en donde se im-1 Otro de los acusados Goud-
parte dicha enseanza. Si no *"HCo,^LUn, b k' 2
existieran poderosos argumen- parado inocente^R. K Ha-
tos de diverso orden con los Sr oue Headlev tenia un
cuales defender esta conclusion. *", Kfo" rnuT re-
podramos recurrir para sus- b no hab/a [raDajad0
tentarla al articulo 13 del Co- ri \ H b d 1948 v aue
digo Civil, por medio del cual I ^ "^cThabia sido" c2n-
se dispone que cuando no denado p,,,. conducta desorde-
haya ley exactamente aplicable nad aceracin de la paz,
al punto controvertido se a-, etc segun ,u niStorlai pou-
pllcaran, en su defecto, la doc- clvo
trina constitucional, las reglas w'oodrow de Castro, su abo-
senerales del derecho y la eos- gacj0 ajj0 que el crimen no
tumbre..." haba sido idea de Headley.
Sentado lo anterior, conviene sino que s, haba originado
hacer presente que el Minis- en "muchos libros y pelculas
terio de Educacin est facul-1 baratas" y que si es verdad
tado por los artculos 7 y 53 Headley portaba revlver lo u-
de la mencionada ley para crear saba para intimidar y no pa-
cualquler esta blecimiento de ra matar. Agreg que si bien
educacin que Juzgue necesa- Headley no haba cooperado
rio a los fines de la cultura; con la polica, manteniendo en
y que en virtud de tales facul-, secreto el nombre de sus com-
tades cre el Instituto de Ve- paeros, lo haba hecho por
rano cuyo fin, en ultimo ana- un sentimiento de lealtad
(Pasa a la Pig. 2. col. 3) sus compaeros.

JUEVES, MAW) 8, 1951
Til :f\o 2-0740 'Central Privada i
apstalo Postal No i34
hoy para cumplir con la orden judicial menciona-
da. El asunto tiene en sus aspectos generales y par-
ticulares una mltiple trascendencia para el pas por-
que situaciones de esta clase sacuden hondamente su
estructura econmica y producen repercusiones emi-
nentemente perjudiciales, muchas de ellas por lo ge-
neral imprevisih'Iey.
Los resultados de esta crisis pueden ser ms
o menos graves, dependiendo sto, principalmente,
de las medidas que se adopten en cuanto a la admi-
nistracin durante el perodo de suspensin, de par-
te de la gerencia y de parte del Estado, y tambin
de la actitud que asuman tanto los acreedores co-
mo los deudores y el pblico en general.
De parte de la gerencia se requiere una gestin
meldica, inteligente y concienzuda para efectuar
los cobros sin apremiar indebidamente a los acreedo-
res- a fin de que stos a su vez no caigan en difi-
cultades y evite la cadena sucesiva de trastornos
financieros que podran llegar muy* lejos.
La actitud del gobierno debera ser igualmente
justiciera y de una ecuanimidad a toda prueba para
amparar los derechos de todos los afectados y, en
ese camino, facilitar c impulsar rpidamente las
actividades que podran contribuir a la solucin del
Y conviene tanto a acreedores como a deudo-
res, asumir una actitud serena y comprensiva para
que aqullos no pretendan de inmediato que se les
paguen sus crditos ni stos demoren por causas
balad es el cumplimiento de sus obligaciones. Una
gestin precipitada hara dao irreparable a todos
y afectara la economa nacional.
Es evidente que la cuestin planteada represen-
ta un problema de dimensiones nacionales y que, por
consiguiente, en su solucin deben empearse patri-
tica tiente todos aquellos elementos dirigentes del Es-
tado y de la comunidad cuyas circunstancias le per-
mitan acudir a la cita de la emergencia en, condi-
cionefc de aportar el concurso de una idea, de una
buen intencin,! que sean capaces de traducirse en
una realizacin saludable para los intereses econ-
micos de la Repblica los cuales podran quedar se-
riamente amenazados.
Es de esperarse que las actividades colectivas
ae enderecen hacia la meta de una accin seria y
bien coordinada en el sentido de solucionar el pro-
ble ny con una mentalidad total y exclusivamente
econmica. Ello constituye una suprema obligacin
ciudadana en estos momentos en que, de no proce-
de rse con serenidad v patriotismo, se podra hacer
crujir los cimientos de la economa panamea.
NOVSIMO teatro
Fo, te v.
Todava se discute eso que
se llama liberalismo. Cerca de
nuestra tolda los liberales an-
dan a la grea por cuestiones
de directorio, de posibilidad de
una convencin, de la manera
cmo han de ser electos loa
miembros de esa convencin,
de la urgencia o la no urgen-
cia de lanzar una candidatura
para Presidente de la Repbli-
ca. Todo ello parece para el
espectador que siente amor al
concepto liberal, a la posicin
liberal, un poquito externo, un
asunto escasamente trascenden-
Y lo cierto es que el libera-
lismo, como conducta, es lo
trascendente. Ser liberal requie-
re ms que una profesin de
fe: requiere actuar como libe-
ral, de un modo natural, sin
exhibir ni ostentar esa conduc-
ta liberal. Una persona es li-
beral como es limpia, ha dicho
un escritor que hoy y ayer
hizo gala de liberalismo. Y ha-
r de ello gala maana. Lo que
es tanto como asegurar que se
es liberal sin darse cuenta, casi
por instinto.
En un llbrlto de Gregorio Ma-
raen, editado en 1946, pre-
cisamente en su prlogo que no
llega ni a pgina y media, en-
cuentro yo algo que viene cual
anillo al dedo en la circuns-
tancia: un intento de resumir
en escasas palabras lo que es
ser liberal.
Porque si el liberalismo ca-
be sea discutido, la conducta
liberal no es discutible.
Ser liberal y recojo las pa-
labras de Gregorio Maran,
fundamentalmente liberal
significa estas dos cosas: ai
estar dispuesto a entenderse
no a someterse, con el que
piensa de otro modo: y b) no
admitir jams que el fin Jus-
tifica los medios, sino que, por
el contrario, son los medio los
que justifican el fin.
una mente liberal. i
A medida que avanzamos por
el sendero de la vida, como hu-
manos, con nuestros defectos,'
con nuestras equivocaciones,
nuestro espritu se transforma.
a la par que se transforma el
orsanLsmo, a la par que se de-,
billta la energa locomotora. I
Las ideas se recogen y se car-'
Kan de responsabUWad. La emo-!
Uvidad se afina, se adelgaza. |
El metabolismo se hace ms
! lento, la gracia, la agilidad de:
la silueta Juvenil, desaparecen. I
Asi se enfrentar^ el Joven a
1 ese hombre que va pasando.!
como pasar a su vez el jo-
ven. El joven tiene, por in- j
tinto, la pretensin de no se-1
i guir el camino que hoyaron los
I hombres maduros, los viejos de
i su generacin o de la gene-
I racin anterior. Es la guerra de
las edades, que a mi no me I
molesta. Lo importante es que
sea una guerra limpia y dig-
na: lo esencial es que vlejus
y Jvenes se percaten de que
al obrar asi cumplen con un
deber Inexorable. Es estpido
que el viejo regatee su impor-
tancia al joven y que no le
abra paso con generosidad en
la lucha por la vida. Y aqui
viene la actitud liberal que ni
pintada. El viejo liberal'ha de
ser tolerante. Y admitir que
los medios se sobreponen a
los fines.
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las diez
en punto de la maana del dia 17 de Marzo del ao en cur-
so, por el suministro de DDT. TCNICO para uso de la
Campaa Antimalrica.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam. 27 de Febrero de 1951.
Juan J. Rodrguez,
Jefe de Materiales v Compras
Ministerio de Hacienda v Tesoro.
Atenindose a estos dos pos-
tulados se comprende mejor que
el liberalismo constituye una
conducta, una posicin ante la
existencia, que se coloca ms
all que un partido politico. Los
enemigos del liberalismo po-
drn atacar a un partido, a {
unos hombres; lo que no se-
rn rapaces de destruir es la
conducta liberal.
E*tar dispuesto a entenderse, i
a no someterse, con el que
piensa de otro modo lleva en
s la nocin de la tolerancia
de la convivencia, sin la -eua'.
no se concibe la humanidad.
Un liberal, un hombre de con-
ducta liberal, podr no ser per-
fOto, podr reunir defectos que
otros que tambin los tengan
cabr le echen en cara, pero
quedar esa cosa tan humana
en l que es el entenderse, el
escuchar, el sopesar razones.
Lo honrado resulta que los
medios justifiquen el fin, no
que el fin justifique los me-
dios. Aquel que se ha propues-
to llegar a millonario tal vez I
lo consiga, pero triste ser que!
alcance la cima indiferente aj
los meHios que us para triun-!
far. Los medios constituyen la!
clave: sin medios difanos se
ahoga el liberalismo.
No hace muchos dias lei en
un peridico de habla Inglesa
la recomendacin que se ha-
cia de un personaje para ocu-
par un elevado cargo, el ms
trascendental en el pais de ma-
yor podero de la tierra: se de-
ca: "Fulano posee una mente
liberal". Y me impresion esa
manera resumir en una pala-
bra lo que siginlficaba la me-
jor recomendacin del ciudada-
no: la mente liberal.
Y es que existen hombres
yo en Panam sealara algu-
nos que sin presumir de li-
berales, sin pasear el pendn
rojo por las calles y plazas, sin
hacer barata demagogia, tienen
El Lie. Ernesto Mndez
llsis, es el de la formacin de
Maestros de Primera Ensean-
De modo que, a mi entender,
es lgico y legal que el Ins-
tituto de Verano, como un or-
ganismo independiente de la
Escuela Normal, pueda, a tra-
vs de su Director, expedir di-
plomas de Maestros de Primera
Enseanza, tal como lo hace la
Escuela Normal.
Con respecto a las diferen-
cias de opinin, que ustedes
mencionan, acerca de si el Di-
rector de la Normal debe o no
debe firmar los diplomas que
acrediten la terminacin de es-
tudios en el Instituto de Vera-
no, me expreso asi:
Los Cursos de Verano fue-
ron creadas por medio del De-
creto No. 518 de 22 de febrero
de 1943, "como una Institucin
permanente del Ministerio de
Educacin, sin otra dependen-:
ca de la Escuela Normal que la
que estableca su articulo 5o.
al f'isponer que los Cursos del
Verano funcionaran en la Es- j
cuela Normal "Juan Dmoste-1
nes Arosemena".
No fue hasta el 15 de febre-
ro de 1947 cuando el Decreto
Ejecutivo No. 1727 dispuso que
"los Cursos de Verano para
maestros no graduados funcio-
narn como una institucin
permanente, con el nombre de
Instituto de Verano, el cual e-
r una dependencia de la Es-
cuela Normal "Juan Demste-
nes Arosemena". En ese De-
creto, por primera vez en su
historia se le da a la Institu-
cin el nombre de Instituto de
Verano, y al propio tiempo de
la despoja de su calidad de
institucin dependiente exclu-
sivamente del Ministerio de E-
ducacin y se la hace directa-
mente dependiente de la Es-
cuela Normal.
Ms adelante, el Decreto No.
232, de 22 de febrero de 1950,
reafirma la condicin de de-
pendencia del Instituto de Ve-
rano. En efecto, el articulo 6.
de dicho Decreto dice as: "Los
Cursos de Verano para Maes-
tros funcionarn como una
institucin permanente, con el
nombre de Instituto de Vera-
no,, el cual ser una dependen-
cia de la Escuela Normal J.
D. Arosemena". Y ms tarde,
por disposicin del Decreto No.
381. de 13 de febrero de 1951,
el Instituto de Verano reasume
su primitiva Independencia.
Podra decirse que el Instituto
de Verano estuvo bajo la tutela
de la Escuela Normal desde el da
15 de febrero de 1947 hasta el da
13 de febrero de 1951, euando fu
emancipado. Durante ese periodo
el Director de la Normal ejerci
la mxima autoridad dentro del
Instituto. Pero en virtud del acto
de emancipacin a que he alu-
dido se desataron los nexos que
unan al Directo rde la Normal
con el Instituto. Siendo ello asi no
se justificara ni se explicara el
hecho de que el Director de la
Normal firme, de ahora en ade-
lante, los Diplomas que se otor-
guen a los egresados del Instituto
de Verano.
Con los sentimientos de mi ma-
yor consideracin y aprecio por
ustedes, quedo suyo muy atenta-
Nuevo Embajador
de Ecuador en
QUITO, Marzo 8. -
(UP)La Repblica del
Ecuador ha nombrado a
Sixto Duran Bailen, em-
bajador ante la Repbli-
ca de Panam.
Duran Bailen reempla-
za Csar Coloma Silva,
quien fue trasladado a
Avisos Judiciales
El Valle de Anin
Asista al gran festival bai-
lable que ha de verificarse en
la terrasa del Hotel Imperial
ubicado en el Valle de Antn,
con motivo de celebrar las
fiestas patronales anticipadas,
el 10 de Marxo.
del mas
Ijos trastorno* funcionales pulo-
icos le hacen lentlrsa nerviosa
Intranquila, de mal humor y can
sacra en "esos" dias? Tome efCom-
puesto VtRetal Lydla E. Pinkham
pera aliviar tales sntomas. Se be
hecho famoso por eso.
Si se toma con regularidad el
Compuesto Plnlcham contribuye a
una mayor resistencia a tales tras-
tornos. Y esta es la clase de medi-
camento que usted debe adquirir.
Son miles las mujeres que han de-
clarado que les beneficia. Merco*
probarse, no cree usted?
oCjfdta . Anunciamos a nuestra clientela y al pblico
en general que desde esta fecha somos los
Distribuidores Exclusivos
de laa fuinoKas m<|iiiiiM de escribir, sumadora-
y calculadoras
para la Repblica de Panam y Zona del Canal
.... pnrqut diseado
pr lo* laboratorio* nve*ti|aci* eirntifir! d*
PYK a* Cambrids*. Ingla-
ierra, loado lo> enebro
I eobr**atierrta de Redi
britnica* Mas dedicados
eucnotr! proh pr|tres*e.
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e Alio valor a bajo costa
El quo auacribe. Ju Primero del
Circuito de Panama, por medio dl pre-
ente edicto, al public,.,
Qe ea al juicio da sucesin testa-
mentaria de Juan Antonio Guisado.
Ja dictado un auto cuya part* resolu-
.",.** del '""lente tenor:
niiT. tP .pSl,ER0 DEL CIR-
CUITO: Panam, acia de febrero de
mil noveeientoa cincuenta y uno.
' Como loa documentoa citados san loa
1i* flf c,, ni" articulo leu.
f\S?2*8. **""tal- conformidad con
el 117 afluiente, el na suscribe, Juei
1 rimero del Circuito He Panam, admi-
nistrando Justicia en nombre de la Re-
publica y por autoridad de la Ley. de-
"Primero: Qua est abierto el juicio
de anee* n teaUmantaria da Juan An-
tonio Guisado desde el dia veintiuno de
enero prximo pasado, fecha en que
urri su muerta:
"Sagitado; Qua ion ana herederos sin
perjuicio da terceroa, conforme al tes-
tamento, ana hljoa. Jos Ramn Guisa-
Ho Graciela Guisado d* Aroa.mens. Lula
Eduardo Guisado. Sonta Guisado da Mr-
Natt. Juan Antonio Guisado Jr, Gabriel
tiinrado y Marta Guisado de Garca de
Paredes y que ea albacas testamentaria
la aeftora Graciela Guisado de Aroae-
"Que eompareiean a atar a derecho
en el juicio toda laa peraonaa que ten-
an aitn inter** en ti; y
"Que a* fije y publique el adicto em-
ulatatorlo de que trata el articula 1(01
del Cdigo Judicial
'Tina-ase al Lie. Juan Joa Garrido,
como apoderado especial de la deman-
"Nulifiques* y copese, OCTAVIO VI-
LLALAZ Ral Grao. Lopes G. Srio."
Por tanto, sa fija el presente edicto
en lugar pbllco de asta Secretaria, hoy
seia de marso de mil novecientos cin-
cuenta t uno. por el termino de treinta
Panam, aela de marso de mil nove-
cientos cincuenta y uno.
El Jues.
El Secretarlo.
Es copia
Panam. ( de marso de 1H.
El aiiscrlto. Secretarlo del Juagado
del Circuito da Ocle, en funcionas de
Alguacil Ejecutor, al pblico:
Qu se ha sealado las horas hbilea
del dia veintisis del presente mes en la
ejecucin presentada por el Licenciado
Wsrcellno Jan como apoderado de Aqui-
'"'" Tt-,*'r" ''' con,r la sucesin de Fe-
licia Viga vda. de Sures, para que ten-
Ka lugar el remata de la finca nmero
KS1 fnscrita en al Registro Pblico al
FollaRim, Tomo 15 Seccin de Panam
de rrropiedad de Felicia Vega vda. de
Eurea qu* consist* en una casa He ma-
l risl de tres pisos ubicada en la Ave-
nida "B* nmero 12 de la ciudad de
Kata finca tien* un valor catastral de
lt.16.0tlo.oo. Ser* postura admisible la
qa* cobra las dos terceras partes de
esta *lor. Para ser postor es necessrlo
depositar en la Secretarla 1 cinco por
nento del valor de dicha finca. Hasta
!aa cuatro .le la tarde d* dicho dia a*
admitirn propuestas y de esa hora has-
ta las cinco de la tarde las pujas y re-
Por tanto se fija el presente aviso en
lugar pblico de esta Secretarla, hoy i
o'e MariD to mil novecientos cincuenta
y nno y copla del mismo se pone a dis-
posicin de la parte interesada para au
publicacin por tros veces consecutivas
en un diario de la ciudad de Panam y
una ves por lo senos en la Gaceta Ofi-
Victor R. r.aardla.
| Nombrado personal
de Dios Benitez:
Aseadoras: Oelina C. de Ji-
rn, Beln Paredes.
Choferes: Jos B. de Ortega,
Manuel de Gracia.
Para los efectos fiscales este
Decreto comenzar a regir
a partir del dia primero de
marzo de 1051. Dado en el
saln de sesiones de la Comi-
sin Leflsiatlva Permanente a
los siete ias del mes de mar-
zo de 1951.
Presidente, Heraclio Barlettn*
vice-Presidente, Arradio Agui-
lera U.; secretario general, Se-
bastin Riee.
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
Tome ahora y siempre una copita
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!
Adquiera lo que necesite
en nuestro
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Una ola de fro
azota regiones
en Estados Unidos
CHICAGO, Marzo 8. (Ul*).
Una ola de fri avanza por las
llanuras septentrionales de los
Estados Unidos, despus de o-
currlr la tercera tempestad en
una semana, causando, a su
paso, cuatro muertes, obstruc-
cin de las carreteras y para-
lizacin del transporte:
En el Observatorio Metereo-
lgico de Chicago, se inform
que el centro de la tormenta
cambio en direccin norte, ha-
cia Canad, despus de azotar
los estados de Montarla, Da-
kota y la parte septentrional
de Minnesota.
La tormenta est azotando
inmensamente el oeste cana-
cne.ise. donde la temperatura
ha bajado en marzo a un i-
vel que no tiene precedentes
y que afecta las comunicacio-
nes y transportes. En Calga-
ry. Alberta, la temperatura
baj a 37 Orados Centgrados
bajo cero, la ms irla 'regis-
trada en cualquier mes de
marzo en 66 aos.
A diferencia de las tempes-
tades que azotaron el norte
de loa Estados Unidos en la
semana pasada,! las nevadas
han sido llg-eras,. pero los vien-
tos han alcanzado una velo-
cidad de 96 kilmetros por ho-
ra, de manera que arrastr y
amonton la nieve que haba
cado previamente, lo que a-
ect el transporte.
Cerca de Helmville, Montana,
se hallaron los cadveres de
la seora Ross Christy y de
sus hijos pequeos. Segn pa-
rece, murieron de fri cuando
abandonaron su automvil tra-
tando de llegar a una granja.'
Tambin muri la seora Isa-
belie Burly, de 82 aos, en
Great Falls, Montana, en un
accidente de aviacin provoca-
do por la tempestad.
El 'MPIT lamenta
la muerte de la
Srta. Luisa Estrib
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente Resolucin:
a de los corrientes dej de exis-
tir la seorita Luisa Estribi,
maestra que fue de la escuela
Repblica del Per,
biQue la seorita Luisa Es-
tribi fue socla fundadora del
Magisterio Panameo unido.
c)Que la seorita Luisa Es-
tribi, fue siempre socla coope-
radora y disciplinada de la So-
ciedad Magisterio Panameo
a)Lamentar como en efecto
lamenta la desaparicin de la
socla Luisa Estrib,
b)Recomendar al Magiste-
rio Nacional sus virtudes como
OEnviar a su tumba una
ofrenda floral y copla de esta
resolucin a sus deudos.
Dado en la ciudad de Pana-
m, a los seis das del mes de
marzo de 1951.
M. P. U.
Para aervir con came*, tortillas
y ensaladas.
Viansn liatot para cocinar
nomizan tiempo J dinero.
Usted paga solamente por lo
que va a consumir.
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?EVES. MARZO >, 1151
La Reina de la Caa de Azcar
Nilsa K. Quintero, quien lucir la corona real de la Caa de
Azcar, en lat prximas fiestas patronales del San Jos en
a ciudad de Pes los dias 18. 17 y 18 de Marzo. Su Majestad
Nilsa I invita a todos los amitos de Pes a partioipar del re-
gocijo y la alecrn del Reinado de la Caa de Azcar, que
auspicia la Asociacin Cvica "Pes Unido''.
La Escuela Rural y la Proteccin
Socio-Econmica de la Repblica
Por el Lie. Ricardo Jan Jr.
Vida y Costumbres de la
Poblaein Rural
Debemos manifestar que pa-
ta hacer est pequeo estudio,
hemos tomado como "patrn"
* la Provincia de Cocl, que
s en realidad la que mejor
conocemos, ya que, somos o-
riundos de ella y porque des-
de 1931 a 1938, prestamos ser-
vicios como maestros de escue-
la, en lugares que distan de
Penonom, poco ms o menos
seis, nueve, y doce horas como
lo son en su orden: Boca de
Chigulri, Tol, y Marta; por
tro lado, esta mencionada
provincia contiene todas las
caractersticas del ambiente
geogrfico de toda la Repbli-
ca, lo mismo que sus habitan-
tes, poseen la misma vida y
costumbres de casi la totalidad
del mundo rural del Istmo.
LA FAMILIA: Se forma en
au gran mayora por .unin
consensual y las que existen
por matrimonios, han sido c-
il siempre por la forma ecle-
sistica y no por la via civil.
Las mujeres en las partea
ms cercanas a las regiones
urbanas y en los lugares ubi-
cados en .llanuras, se ocupan
nicamente de los quehaceers
domsticos. Ms no asi, en los
parajes norteos, en donde la
mujer trabaja a la par del
hombre en el cultivo "de la tie-
rra y son las que se dedican,
cuando lo hay, a cuidar del
(aado, sea ste,, vacuno, ca-
ballar o de cerda. De tal ma-
sera, que es frecuente ver a
J*ts damas llevar a esos ani-
males a daris agua al rio,
cambiarlos de un sitio al otro,
n procura de mejor pasto,
te. Las mujeres, an en es-
tado grvido continan verifi-
cando esa clase de rudo tra-
bajo, al Igual que practicando
la misma escasa dieta. Por lo
que, los abortos abundan y
nay muchas muertes de ma-
dres jvenes.
LOS NIOS: Con todo, la
natalidad es alta. Y alta tam-
bin la mortalidad infantil.
Rilo se debe a la ninguna hi-
Ilene y desde luego, a la nula
actividad estatal en ese senti-
do. Cuando el nio nace, el
cordn umbilical es cortado,
bien con el filo de un rudi-
mentario machete, o con tije-
ras ocupadas en otros menes-
teres. Por tal raron. es fre-
cuente que los recin nacidos
mueran con altas fiebres que
los llaman "mal d siete
dias". La alimentacin del nl-
flo, sobre todo, en las aparta-
das regiones norteas, consis-
ts en chicheme de arroz, maz
o yuca. Un muchas partes pu-
dimos ver, que alguna mujer
de la familia masticara ese
chicheme, para repartirlo, al
da siguiente, entre todos, In-
clusive a los nios de poca
edad. La tosferina, la alfom-
brilla, la buba, la unclnaria-
sis, son las enfermedades que
azotan a esos hogares, sin es-
peranza, de que esos seres, su-
midos en la ms crasa Igno-
rancia, y en la ms triste po-
breza, les presenten algn obs-
tculo en sus famlicas carre-
ras. Esos males son verdaderos
tentculos- del pulpo de a
muorta, que cotidianamente a-
prletan los dbiles euelloa de
aquellos Infantes. Pudimos dar-
nos cuenta, que hubo casas en
donde todos los nios murie-
ron en menos de un mes, vc-
timas de esas enfermedades.
Recordamos an, como una
madre, en ese afn humano y
sublime de zafar a su hijo de
las ascrides que lo devoraban,
segua al pie de la letra a
receta del curandero, que le
Indicaba que tostase a uno de
esos parsitos expelidos por la
nariz o la boca del nio, y lue-
go pulverizado se lo diera al
pequeo paciente en caf o en
aguas preparadas con algunas
hierbas del lugar. Los que se
salvan de las, garras de la
muerte, continan en las no
menos afiladas uas de la
constante enfermedad. Asi cre-
cen esos nios, plidos, desnu-
tridos, y desnudos. Cuando tie-
nen siete aos de edad se les
obliga Ir a la escuela.
Generalmente la escuela dis-
ta de esos hogares, una, dos,
y hasta tres horas de cami-
no. Los nios pues, tienen
que madrugar. Entre oscuro y
claro salen de sus casas por-
tando una bolsa con sus cua-
dernos y para almorzar, un
poco de arroz sin manteca en-
vuelto en hojas* de bijao. atao
que ellos llaman "muca". Es-
ta es su nica alimentacin.
La leche de vaca, cuando la
hay, la desprecian, le tienen
asco, slo la toman cuando el
curandero del lugar la Indica
como un necesario purgante.
fagina a cargo da
"Los Corresponsales deber* i
ceirse a mu ms desapasiona
das ongas periodsticas. Uebei
enviar al peridico los asante
y noticias ms intereaanies a
afecten m la comunidad Kn *h
soluto se trata de una oporte
nldad para hacer determinada
campanas polticas.
Avisamos a nuestros clientes y al pblico en
general que la seora HILDA MARIA GORDON ha
dejado de ser empleada de esta casa y que, por
lo tanto, no reconoceremos a partir de esta fecha,
ningn pago o cualquiera otra transaccin que se
haga con dicha seora.
Panam, 6 de Marzo de 1951
Pide el Gobierno que delimiten
debidamente comarcas indgenas
Explica razones
para vetar un
proyecto de ley
A continuacin publicamos el
veto del Ejecutivo a la Ley
"por la cual se desarrolla el
articulo 94 de la Constitucin
y se dictan otras medidas". Es-
ta ley trata sobre comarcas in-
dgenas, por lo que creemos que
es de sumo Inters la publica-
cin de dicho veto.
Honorables Diputados:
Dentro del trmino sealado
por el articulo 129 de la Cons-
titucin os devuelvo, con ob-
jeciones, el proyecto de ley "por
el cual se desarrolla el articu-
la 94 de la Constitucin y se
dictan otras medidas", que fue
aprobado por la Honorable C-
mara el da 18 de febrero ac-
El Ejecutivo tiene los mejo-
res propsitos de proteger las
colectividades Indgenas para
Integrarlas de manera efectiva
a nuestra comunidad nacional
mediante el estudio de su or-
Sanlzacin tribal y sus normas
e vida, para mejorar las con-
diciones econmicas y socia-
les de nuestros aborgenes me-
diante un plan adecuado que
haga posible, al mismo tiempo,
la conservacin y desarrollo de
los valores de la cultura au-
El proyecto que os devuel-
vo tiende a realizar en parte
esta finalidad. Sin embargo,
desde el punto de vista poli-
tico, administrativo y fiscal no
seria posible darle inmediato
cumplimiento a esta ley. No
basta, para los fines indicados,
crear Comarcas, con sus res-
pectivas Intendencias y nom-
brar empleados administrativos,
etc., si por otra parte no se
sealan los limites de dichas
Comarcas, que deben determi-
narse con precisin despus de
llevarse a efecto una investi-
gacin con criterio cientfico.
De lo contrario se crearan con-
flictos de jurisdiccin entre los
intendentes, entre stos y los
Alcaldes Municipales y tambin
con los Gobernadores de Pro-
vincias, ya que no se sabra
cul es el radio de accin de
los funcionarlos comarcanos,
ra necesario, antes de crear
Desde este punto de vista de
las respectivas Inte ndenclas,
que la Honorable Cmara dic-
tara la Ley que delimitara con
precisin las Comarcas Indge-
nas. El Ejecutivo carece de a-
trlbucln para hacer tal divi-
sin, puesto que es funcin le-
gislativa especial de la Asam-
blea Nacional establecer o re-
formar la divisin poltica del
territorio nacional, tal como lo
dispone el ordinal 10 del ar-
ticulo 118 de la Constitucin.
En el mbito administrativo y
fiscal la Ley debe crear nor-
mas especiales, ya que no es
posible someter a los indge-
nas de dichas Comarcas a la
jurisdiccin ordinaria y, por
olsa parte, no ignoran los Ho-
norables Diputados que el Pre-
supuesto Nacional no podra re-
cargarse con gastos tan fuer-
tes corno los que causarla el
cumplimiento de esta Ley, en
lo relativo a los sueldos de loe
empleados que en ella se men-
cionan, el acondicionamiento de
oficinas, el pago de ltiles, etc.,
a menos que para cumplirla
se desatendieran Otros servi-
cios pblicos esenciales o se
crearan rentas adecuadas.
Por las razones expresadas, el
Ejecutivo se ve en la necesi-
dad de devolver sin sancin
este proyecto.
Honorables Diputados.
(fdo.) Amalle Arias
El Ministro de Gobierno y
(fde.) Jos C. de O balda
Panam, febrero 23 de 1951.
- CRUCIGRAMA |EI 10 d marzo
celebrarn tn
1Orilla de un rio.
7Implementos de agricultura
14Descendiente de Sem.
ISLetra castellana.
19Clera, enfado.
21Cerro en medio de un Valle.
22Letra castellana.
23Una docena.
27Que ha cometido un
31Del verbo arar.
34 Espantado. i
38Afresis de ahora.
39Palo de la baraja espaola.
41Hornillo porttil.
43Extremidad de las aves.
44Letra castellana.
47Nota musical, Inv.
48Pabellones de los odos.
50Nombre de mujer.
52Hierba mora, planta.
53Polos positivos.
1Famoso convento espaol.
3^Smbolo del boro.
4 Letra castellana.
8Extrao, poco comn.
6Famoso satrico italiano.
11Igual al 21 Horizontal, pero
en plural.
12Depsito para sal.
17Clase de pez.
20Almoradilla para alfileres.
24Clebre fabulista griego.
28Aleacin de hierro y car-
28Terminacin de diminutivo.
29Circulacin de metal o
31Criada de una reina.
32Telas viejas.
33Ramillete, ramo.
34Lago salado del Asia.
38Flojo, descuidado.
41Cocinan en seco. *
46Metal precioso.
51Editor. Abv.
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t E U I|
lo A|R S I T T I
Fueron inaugurados ayer en
David Cursos Universitarios
DAVID, Mano 8. (Corres-
ponsal). Esta tarde se lle-
var a cabo la inauguracin
oficial de los cursos Universi-
tarios que se dictan en el Cen-
tro Escolar de esta ciudad.
Para este acontecimiento que
representa trascendental peso
en las actividades culturales
de esta Provincia, se ha ela-
borado un programa que ten-
dr su Iniciacin con el dis-
curso que pronunciar a nom-
bre de la Universidad el Dr.
Baltazar Isasa Caldern. Ms
de 80 personas si han matri-
culado ya y el entusiasmo que
ha despertado en esta comu-
nidad la importante actividad
que comienza, unido a las cre-
denciales que poseen los pro-
fesores designados para estos
una com
ida ati
Vendido per:
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Pate's Jar* Catalina Hospital Panam
ti Rancho Balboa Y. M. C. A.
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tima* llamar al Balboa 334.
cursos presagian el ms rotun-
do xito adems del Profesor
Isaza caldern prestigian el
profesorado de los cursos uni-
versitarios doa Otilia Arose-
mena de Tejeira y seorita
Rosalina Sez.
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Lo* flaquitos s.
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El Valle fiestas
ANTON, marzo 7. (Corres-
ponsal). Algunos vecinos del
Corregimiento de El Valle han
informado a este Corresponsal
que las fiestas del Santo Pa-
trono San Jos serian cele-
bradas en los das 17, 18 y 19
de los corrientes pero la pro-
cesin se hara el Domingo de
Ramos. Pero hemos recibido del
Presbtero Bernardino Qmez,
Cura Prroco de este Distrito,
la siguiente rectificacin:
Dicho prroco nos ha pedido
que hagamos saber del pbli-
co, "que la fiesta patronal del
Valle se celebrar este ao el
dia diez de marzo, sbado de
la presente semana, debido a
que su fecha propia cae en
Lunes Santo. El sbado diez de
los corrientes habr una misa
de comunin general a las 8
de la maana y otra misa, can-
tada por el coro de cantores de
Antn a las 11 a.m. en El Va-
lle. La procesin ser ese mis-
mo dia a las cuatro de la
Se prepara San
Carlos para sus
fiestas patronales
SAN CARLOS, mano S. (Co-
rresponsal). Con mucho en-
tusiasmo se estn elaborando
los preparativos para la cele-
bracin de los tradicionales ri-
tos religiosos de la Semana San-
ta. La organizacin de esta ce-
lebracin corre a cargo de la
Junta Catlica encabezada por
el Padre Cayetano, Prroco de
San Carlos y estn comisiona-
dos para el arreglo de las an-
das que saldrn en procesin
en esos das santos varias fa-
milias que estn residendo en
esta localidad. Se tiene el pro-
yecto de verificar la procesin
del Viernes Santo, demostran-
do todos los episodios histri-
cos-religiosos que culminaron
con la tragedla del Mrtir del
Glgota, este espectculo ser
de lo ms solemne.
La Junta Catlica est des-
arrollando numerosas activida-
des para efectuar con el mayor
xito estas celebraciones de la
grey catlica y se espera la
cooperacin de todos los feli-
greses para esa finalidad.
Para el Sbado de Gloria los
restaurantes-jardines estableci-
dos en esta poblacin, tienen
anunciado alegres bailes ame-
nizados con orquestas de la ca-
La Sociedad de Panameos Em-
pleados en el Canal de Panama.
Invita a todos los panameos
hombres y mujeres a concu-
rrir a la reunin del viernes 9
del presente en la Escuela Jus-
t Arosemena a las 7 p.m. si-
tuada en Calle 17 Oeste al lado
del campo de Juego Santa Rita.
Se tratarn asunto* de gran
importancia que afrontan los
panameos en la Zona del Ca-
tiene los
mejores programas
M^f>rr/toa -Wataa" Baa- OC 4 ->
Confederacin del Interior
eleva protesta por el veto
de las Caravanas Sanitarias
Con motivo del veto dado por
el seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica a la Ley que crea las Ca-
ravanas Sanitarias Areas, la
Confederacin de Asociaciones
Cvicas Interioranas ha expe-
dido el siguiente comunicado:
La Confederacin de Asocia-
ciones Cvicas Interioranas, co-
mo mximo organismo cvico
defensor de los Intereses de la
clase campesina, ante el veto
presidencial a la Ley que crea
las Caravanas Sanitarias A-
reas, no tiene menos que ex-
presar su ms enrgica pro-
testa y deplorar la dudosa ac-
cin del seor Presidente de
la Repblica al impedir el me-
joramiento de la salud del hom-
bre del campo.
Declaramos, ante todo, que
nuestra entidad es absoluta-
mente cvica y que no nos mue-
ve el menor encono personal
ni poltico para con el ciuda-
dano Presidente, pero no poda-
mos dejar de observar que la
negacin del Ejecutivo a la
creacin de las Caravanas Sa-
nitarias Areas colinda con la
ms elocuente manifestacin de
desprecio y abandono hacia la
masa campesina, vctima de la
falta de emocin social de
nuestros gobiernos.
El veto a esta Ley, a ms de
ser demostracin de absoluta
indiferencia al diarlo clamor
del pueblo por las' pauprrimas
condiciones de su salud es la
rotunda negacin del menor es-
timulo a labores generosas, des-
prendidas y humanitarias co-
mo la que, realizada por el Dr.
Luis Carlos Prieto, impuls a
la Asamblea Nacional a la ex-
pedicin de esta Ley.
Ninguna razn lgica, irt Ju-
rdica, ni fiscal siquiera podra
aducirse para dar tan absurdo
paso, cuando con dicha accin
se amenaza la esencia misma
de la vida del pueblo, que cons-
tituye funcin primordial del
Nuestro organismo que cono-
ce los grandes beneficios que
ha prestado al pas la labor
realizada por el doctor Luis C.
Prieto, la cual nadie puede de-
meritar, y que de una manera
decidida impuls la expedicin
de esta Ley, hace pblica ma-
nifestacin de reconocimiento
por la humanitaria labor del
Ilustre galeno y le reitera todo
su resplado a fin de que con-
tinue su filantrpica gestin.
La Confederacin exhort* por
este medio a todas las entida-
des afiliadas y a los pueblos
interioranos en general para
que dejen or su voz de pro-
testa por la accin absurda y
.caprichosa del rgano Ejecu-
El consejo direotlvo: Celedo-
nio Guardia, Efrain Merel, Ese-
quiei Ros, Gilberto Basan Vi-
lla!, Alonso Bonilla, Mareo Su-
ero C, Jos I. GnUln, Gusta-
vo A. Porcell.
Fiestas patronales
celebra este fin de
semana El Valle
Las fiestas patronales de El
Valle de Antn se celebran du-
rante este fin de semana con
gran regocijo en esta pintores-
ca poblacin.
Estas fiestas deban celebrar-
se los dias 17, 18 de marzo, pe-
ro debido a que en dicha fe-
cha se inicia la Semana San-
ta, se aord su celebracin pa-
ra este fin de semana.
El dia sbado se llevar a
cabo la procesin y habr bai-
les en diversos lugares.
Se ha anunciado que el Hotel
Greco contratar una conoci-
da orquesta capitalina con el
fin de que amenice el baile que
se llevar a cabo en dicho hotel
el dia sbado.
Reinado de Azuero
Seorita Celmlra Trejee
Los Pozos, Provincia Berrera]
Engalanamos h oy nuestras
columnas con el retrato de la
seorita Celmlra Trejos, gen-
til como bella exponente de Los
Pozos. Su participacin en el
Reinado de Azuero, se debe a-
su cvico deseo de poner su
granito de arena en este cer-
tamen, cuyo resultado se tras-
lucir en grandes beneficios pa- *
ra sus coterrneos. La seorita
Trejos, alternar por primera
vez, hoy en el gran escrutinio-
que se efectuar en Chltr.
Deseamos muchos xitos a tan
simptica damita.
Harn homenaje
el 18 de este mes a
don Jos Vrela
El domingo IR de marzo, ren-
dirn homenaje a la memoria
de don Jos Vrela B., quien
fue el propulsor del progreso
econmico de Pes. Ser deve-
lado un busto de tan distin-
guido ciudadano, obra que se
ha logrado por la cooperacin
desinteresada y entusiasta de
la Asociacin Cvica "Pes Uni-
do". |
Don Jos Vrela B. era oriun-
do de Espaa, pero se radic1
en Pes desde muy joven yi
en donde contrajo matrimo-
nio. Sus hijos ocupan lugar dis-
tinguido en nuestra sociedad.
Son ellos; Jos Manuel Vrela
(Chemai: el H.D. Ing. Plinto
Vrela, Blanca Vrela de Roux,
Berta Vrela, Julio Vrela, ge-
rente de los Bancos de las Pro-
vincias Centrales; el doctor Ra-
mn Vrela, el seor Jaime V-
rela, Jos Vrela y el ingenie-
ro quimlco, Luis Vrela. i
La Asociacin Cvica Pes U- '
nido ha invitado a todos sus
amigos a que asistan a la ce-
remonia eivlca y en especial a
la colonia espaola residente
en nuestro pas, ya que se le
rinde homenaje a una unidad
valiosa de los que han venida
de Espaa.
Visit Santiago
el Ingeniero
C. Carbonell
NORMAL. Santiago Marzo 8.
(Corresponsal). Ayer estuvo
en esta poblacin el Ingeniero
Celso Carbonell, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, donde fu a-
tendido por prestigiosas perso-
nalidades del PRA y subalter-
nos. El Ingeniero Carbonnell
estuvo visitando algunas obras
sobre todo los tramos de la
carretera entre santiago y
Divisa, los cuales se estn re-
parando en la actualidad. En-
tre los presentes, se sugiri
solicitar al Ministro de Obras
Pblicas, la reparacin de las
calles de Santiago que estn
en psimo estado.

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Informes para ola seccin se reciben en la
Telfono J-S1I2
accin ^>ocia\
BORAS: l:M a 11 :M a.m. Apartado 134
Tilatrimonio (asteazoro loria
comienzo a la Santa Misin en
la Catedral. Por este medio
se invita especialmente a los
Jvenes y caballeros a que
asistan a estos actos religiosos.
Comida en El Panam
Para agasajar al sefior Sal-
vador Quiones y seora Car-
men de Quiones y al seor
Frank Miller y seora Alice de
Miller, quienes se encuentran
pasando varios dias en nues-
tra capital, el Dr. Antonio
Gonzlez Revllla y seora An-
gela Revllla ofrecieron anoche
una comida en el Hotel El Pa-
Sigui ayer para Colombia
en viaje de negocios el Dr.
Rigoberto Rodrigues Emillnl.
Ixi despedimos.
De Chirisu
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semnas en El Volcn, re-
gresaron ayer a Panam el
Ing. Toms Guardia Jr. y se-
ora Betty E. de Guardia y
sus nios. Los saludamos.
Del Interior
Acompaada de su hija, re-
gres de Santa Clara en donde
pas varias semanas la seo-
ra Trixie de Briceo. La sa-
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seorita Carmen Berrocal
quien lleg en dias pasados de
Puerto Armuelles con el fin de
pasar una temporada en Pa-
Hoy a las 8 p.m. unirn sus
destinos bajo Juramento sa-
grado ante el altar mayor de
Cristo Rey, la encantadora se-
orita Graciela Brid Dutari y
el apreciado caballero Mariano
Gasteazoro R.
La novia lucir una elegan-
tsima creacin de satn y en-
caje, enviado especialmente
para ella de Boston, y com-
pletar su atavio nupcial un
ramo de capullos de rosas
blancas. Apadrinarn la cere-
monia los padres de la novia
sefior Demetrio Brid y seora
Mara Teresa D. de Brid, la
madre del novio seora Rita
R. vda de Gasteazoro; el Dr.
Harry Strunz, el seor Juan
Francisco Patterson la seora
Angelina P. vda de Dutari, el
seor Antonio Rodrguez y se-
ora Rodrguez y seora Fe
de Rodrguez, el Dr. Jos Ma-
ra Nuez, la seora Basil la
Gmez, el seor Gilberto Brid.
la seorita Isabel Brid, el Lie.
Miguel'J. Moreno Jr. y seo-
ra Graciela O. de Moreno, el
sefior Francisco Morales, la se-
ora aria Teresa B. de Fon-
seca y el Dr. Manuel clrvide
y seora Lolita L. de Clrvide.
Ser su dama de honor la
seorita Berta Brid, a quien
acompaar el caballero Ro-
berto Gardiner, y las seoritas
Rita Cecilia Arango y Angeli-
na Marcela Brid, sern escol-
tadas por los caballeros Luis
E. Alfaro y Ral Arango Jr. I
Sostendrn la cola del vestido
nupcial las preciosas niltas
Amelle Gasteazoro Lacayo,
Mariana de la Guardia Gas-
teazoro y Teresita Morales
Gerbaud, en vaporosos vestidos
de tul de nylon blanco. Los
nios Carlas Enrique Fonseca
Brid y Ral Alberto Gastea-
zoro Lacayo portarn los ani-
llos y las arras.
El Revdo. Padre Serrano im-
partir la bendicin nupcial, a
los acordes del Ave Maria de
Schubert, cantado por la se-
orita Sabine Lewis y acom-
paada al rgano por la seo-
rita Lilla Sosa M.
Despus de la ceremonia re-
ligiosa los padres de la novia
ofrecern una recepcin en la
residencia de sus hermanos,
seor Francisco Morales y se-
ora Evangellna B. de Mora-
les a la cual han sido invi-
tados sus familiares y amigos
Es para nosotros motivo de
sumo agrado formular votos
por la felicidad siempre eter-
na de los contrayentes de hoy,
y que Dios derrame sobre ellos
sus mltiples bendiciones.
Muchas felicidades le desea-
mos al nio Arturo Eligi
Chacn, hijo del seor Salus-
tlano Chacn y seora Alicia
de chacn, quien recibi ayer
las Aguas Lstrales en la Igle-
sia dt San Francisco. Fueron
sus padrinos el seor Augusto
Noiran y seora Lolita de Noi-
Nuestras congratulacloens pa
ra el Dr. Rubn D. Fbrega y
seora Sofia L. de Fbrega por
el advenimiento de una nil-
ta, ocurrido ayer en la Clni-
ca San Fernando.
Comida en la Legacin Inglesa
En honor de S.E. el Minis-
tro de Relaciones Exteriores
Dr. Carlos N. Brln y seora
Dora A. de Brin. S.E. el Mi-
nistro de Gran Bretaa, sefior
Eric Arthur Cleugh ofrece es-
ta noche una comida en su
'? TiiouiB*' *?>
de Max Factor Bollywood
Avenida "B" Na. 12
Devuelve a los cabellos su
primitivo color, hayan sido
stos rubios, castaos
o negros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Seora Enriqueta R. de Ale-
mn, seora Juanita de Sou-
za, seora Nltzla O de Mar-
tin, ing. Toms Guardia Jr.,
Lie. Alfredo Burgos E., nia
Illdaura Eufemia Carrasquillo.
Cumpleaos de maana
Seora Clotilde A. de Lewis,
seora Elena A. de Tapia, se-
ora Marcela de la G. de
Arias, seor Francis E. Escoffe-
ry, seor Rogelio Arosemena,
nia Peggy Pima de la Ossa.
Felicitamos al nio Humber-
to Brid Jr., quien celebra hoy
el mejor de sus das, por lo
que sus padres le darn una
piata en su residencia, invi-
tando a todos sus amlguitos.
Sociales de Coln
Tel. 432 Aptdo. 1*04
Cumpleaos de hoy
La seora Doa Roslna Q. de
Coluche celebra hoy sus nata-
les. Por este medio le exten-
demos nuestro cordial saludo.
Sabe mejor!
Cumple hoy un ao ms de
vida la seora Velma Arse-
mena de Rudolph. Nuestras
congratulacloens y deseos por-
que celebre muchos aos ms.
Cumpleaos de maana
Celebra maana viernes su
primer ao de vida la niita
Mara del Pilar Barcia, hija
de los jvenes esposos seor
Manuel de Barcia. Formulamos
votos porque celebre much-
simos aos con salud y bie-
clon, juzgado o tribunal de la
Repblica, ya del orden Judi-
cial, del administrativo o de
cualquier otro orden y en cual-
quiera clase de Juicios, proce-
dimientos, actuaciones o nego-
cies, bien sea como demandan-
te, demandada, o tercerista,
etc. s
Otro documento que se ha
presentado junto con la soli-
citud de suspensin de opera-
clones, es el balance de situa-
cin de la "Compaa Fiducia-
ria de Panam, 8. A.", firma-
do por el seor M. A. Castro
Vleto, como Gerente General.
En el memorial dirigido por
el doctor Garay, en su carc-
ter de apoderado legal de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Pana-
m, S. A., se pone de mani-
fiesto lo siguiente:
"lo.La Compaa Fiduciaria
de Panam, S. A al iniciar sus
operaciones el dia de hoy, te-
nia depsitos pagaderos a la
vista [ocalmente por Bs. 2,032,-
013.57 y depsitos a plazos y
en cuentas de ahorros que to-
talizaban Bs. 2,169,101.39;
"2o.AI comenzar esas mis-
mas operaciones, la Compaa
que represento mantena un en-
caje de Bs. 848.731.97, superior
ai mnimo requerido por la Ley;
"3o.Durante el curso del dia
de hoy la Compaa Fiducia-
ria de Panam, S. A., que re-
presento recibi depsitos en
cuentas corrientes por Bs. 104,-
503 oo y en cuanto a ahorros
recibi Bs. 3,832.00. En cambio,
se pagaron por concepto de
depsitos a la vista Bs. 233 -
fV25.O0 y por concepto de cuen-
tas de ahorros Bs. 105,130.00.
Como consecuencia, al cierre de
las operaciones del da de hoy
el encaje que la Compaa
mantiene se ha hecho menor
que el exigido por la Ley. En
efecto, conforme a la Ley, el
encaje que corresponde es de
Bs. 387,398.00 y el que efectl-
mXS" Uene dt Bs-
qU".i.M Bncos Extranjeros que
Aaemas tenemos informes
operan en plaza tienen en su
poder cheques de compensacin
IffHP no80trs por Bs. 187-
088.00, segn datos proporcio-
nados por dichos Bancos y no
sabemos a cunto ascienden los
cheques de compensacin con-
tra nosotros que tenga en su
poder el Banco Nacional. Por
otra parte, existen cheques cer-
tificados y de gerencia libra-
dos por la Compaa Fiducia-
ria de Panam, S. A, y co-
branzas extranjeras en manos
de sta, por reembolsar, por
un total de Bs. 115,582 79
"La Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panam. 8. A., ha reiterado sus
esfuerzos por hacer efectivos
crditos que tiene pagaderos a
presentacin, entre otros el que
tiene contra Hoteles Interame-
ricanos, 8. A., (Hotel El Pana-
m) ata haber sido posible ob-
tener todava .el pago.
"4o.Lo anteriormente ex-
puesto denota un estado de in-
suficiencia de encaje que no
puede mantenerse sin peligro
de los intereses de los deposi-
tantes. Hago presente sin em-
bargo, al seor Contralor, que
la Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nama, 8. A., no se encuentra
en estado de Insolvencia, como
lo revela el Balance de Situa-
cin que se adjunta.
"8o.La Compafiia Fiducia-
ria de Panam, 8. A., por mi
intermedio, se allana a que se
adopte la medida prevista en
el artculo 24 de la Ley 101 de
La solicitud de suspensin ha
sido tramitada, tal como lo es-
tablece el articulo 25 de la Ley
101 de 1941En efecto, se co-
rri traslado de la misma al
representante legal de la em-
presa, sefior A. Guillermo A-
rango, quien se allana a lo pe-
dido y al Fiscal Segundo del
Circuito de Panam, funciona-
rlo que est de acuerdo, tam-
bin, con la suspensin de las
operaciones de la empresa hen-
earla mencionada, por las ra-
zones apuntadas en el memo-
rial presentado al Contralor
General de la Repblica, por
el apoderado legal de la em-
presa bancarla.
Con vista de la documenta-
cin presentada, y teniendo en
cuenta lo que establecen los ar-
tculos 24 y 28 aparte "b" de la
Ley 101 de 1041, el que suscri-
be, Juez Primero del Circuito
de Panam, administrando Jus-
ticia en nombre de la Repbli-
ca y por autoridad de la Ley
DECRETA la suspensin de las
operaciones de la Compafiia Fi-
duciaria de Panam, 8. A, por
Insuficiencia del encaje reque-
rido conforme a la Ley, con
peligro de los Intereses de los
Con respecto a la devolucin
de los depsitos, se proceder
de conformidad con lo que es-
tablece el articulo 26 de la ci-
tada ley.
Notlflquese y copese.
Octavio Villalas.
El Secretarlo,
Ral Geno. Lapas U.
...f^ relacin con los suntoa
del Banco Fiduciario se nos han
enviado para su publicacin los
aos informes que siguen, suscri-
tos nor el sefior Enrique Linares
Jr. i
Seor Director:
Para su publicacin enva a
usted coplas de los Informes del
Representante del Gobierno ante
la Ca. Fiduciaria, 8.A., de fe-
chas 4 de Enero y 8 de Marzo de
1951. Dichos informes fueron le-
dos en el Consejo de Gabinete
celebrado hoy de Marzo de
De usted atentamente,
Jos E. Ehrman,
Secretario General.
A continuacin le anoto algu-
nas observaciones que he hecho
en la Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panam, S. A., de esta localidad,
a partir del 11 de Diciembre
prximo pasado, fecha en que
recib la comunicacin del se-
cretarlo del Ministerio de Ha-
cienda v Tesoro, sefior Jos M.
Vrela, transcribindome el de-
creta 612 del 9 del mismo mes
por el cual el Ejecutivo me nom-
bra Director Representante del
Gobierno ante la Junta Direc-
tiva de la misma compaa.
Mi actuacin en las reuniones
de la Directiva de la Ca. Fidu-
ciaria de Panam. 8. A. ha te-
nido como mira poner a dicha
compafiia en un estado solvente
para que en un tiempo pruden-
cial, tanto el Gobierno Nacional
como las instituciones autno-
mas que all depositaron fondos
nara ayudar a la Compaa en
la crisis del 5 de Diciembre,
gre la estabilidad de la Compa-
a. Por otro parte, como no se
trata de liquidacin, he conside-
rado que la Ca. debe continuar
haciendo operaciones normales,
es decir, prestamos y redescuen-
tos pero en una escala mucho
menor que anteriormente y a
plazos mucho ms cortos, esco-
giendo las personas que aparen-
temente pueden cumplir mejor
con sus compromisos.
Por ltimo he indicado la con-
veniencia no solamente de limi-
tar los sobregiros al estado en
que se hallaban, sino recortar las
sumas autorizadas lo ms posi-
ble. N
Como la Inestabilidad econ-
mica de la Ca. se debi a tener
algunas cuentas corrientes por
sumas fuertes de corresponsales
extranjeros; a no tener suficien-
te encale que permitiese el re-
tiro de la mayor de estas cuen-
tas sin afectar la estabilidad de
la compaa, y al retiro de una
de estas cuentas, me aperson
al seor M. A. Castro Vleto el
20 de Diciembre a solicitarle el
status de los depsitos extranje-
ros a demanda y el Gerente me
manifest que ya solamente
quedaban alrededor de B '. 270,-
000.00 repartidos en muchas
cuentas que no ofrecan peligro
alguno de retiro;
Por esta razn fu una sor-
presa para mi cuando en la l-
tima reunin (del 28 de Diciem-
bre prximo pasado) el seor
Vctor, director de la Compaa
Fiduciaria, expres en la reu-
nin de la Junta Directiva que
sus representados las das. Cen-
tral and South American Tra-
ding Company, Interamerican
Transports y Trnsame r 1 c a n
Trading Company estaban ex-
traadas de no recibir los B '.
250,000.00 que an mantenan en
cuenta corriente a los que la
Cia. Fiduciaria se habla compro-
metido pagar antes del 31 de di-
ciembre; y que ellos esperaban
que los B'. 200,000.00 que el Ex-
port ti Import Bank pag al Ho-
tel El Panam, debieron haber
sido usados para este fin y no
para ser devueltos al Banco Na-
cional (depsito de W, 300,000.-
Este hecho demuestra clara-
mente la necesidad de tener un
informe detallado sobre la si-
tuacin real de la compaa.
Para lograrlo el 26 de diciembre
ltimo el Auditor seor Bonilla,
de la Contraloria, inicio una In-
vestigacin prolija; sin embargo,
todava no he obtenido ningn
informe de parte de l.
La direccin del Banco, es de-
cir, la Directiva, parece mover-
se en un espritu de familia, ya
que los directores forman parte
de compaas que son los mayo-
res deudores del Banco y no so-
lamente esto, sino que en algu-
nos casos los mismos directores
han servido de fiadores para
prstamos obtenidos all.
En cuanto al Hotel El Pana-
m, su sobreglro actual de B
600.000.00 es muy superior a la
suma de BA 400,000.00 que fu
autorizada por directivas ante-
riores. Las cuentas de este ho-
tel se pagan en el Banco Fidu-
ciario con una facilidad extra-
ordinaria y es de temerse que si
no se busca una frmula que
pueda detener eficazmente estos
pagos, el sobreglro real puede
llegar fcilmente a la considera-
ble suma de B/. 800,000.00. Ade-
ms de este sobreglro el Banco
tiene bonos del Hotel El Panam
por un valor de B'. 400,000.00.
A parte de los B 280,000.00 que
se puede esperar que el Import
Ai Export Bank entregue a la
Cia. Fiduciaria, no veo forma
alguna prctica en que se pue-
da bajar el sobreglro por mucho
Un punto de debilidad del
Banco son sus gastos. Parece
puedan retirarlos sin que pell- oue la Directiva vive lluslona-
da de obtener grandes ganan-
cias y no as preocupa por redu-
cirlos. Actualmente las salidas
mensuales son de B'. 32,000.00
(BA 26,000.00: gastos generales.
BA 8,000.00: intereses sobre de-
psitos). Aunque los directores
estiman las ganancias mensua-
les mnimas en el ao 1090 de
BA 84,000.00, yo creo oue en la
actualidad del Banco no est en
capacidad de ganar ms de BA
21,000.00 mensuales.
En esta situacin creo que al
no es posible aplicar una mano
de hierro en las operaciones de
la Cia. Fiduciaria, manteniendo
un control ms estricto por par-
te de uno o ms representantes
del Gobierno, estimo que lo me-
jor es oue yo renuncie a la po-
sicin un poco dudosa de ser Vi-
gilante de los fondos del Estado
y no poder evitar en la actuali-
dad que la solvencia econmica
del Banco empeore.
Del Doctor Arias atentamente.
Fo. Enrique Linares Jr.
Panam, Enero 4 de 1051.
Banco Agropecuario e Industrial
de Panam.Panam, S de
marzo de 1931.
Excelentsimo sefior
Doctor Arnulfo Arias M .
Presidente de la Repblica,
Excelentsimo seor Presidente:
En la reunin que tuvo lugar
en su residencia en la madru-
Kada del 3 de diciembre de 1930,
la que se celebr con el fin de
talvar de la quiebra a la Com-
paa Fiduciaria, se expres 11-1
brmente y por unanimidad en-
tre el oirculo bancarlo all reu-
nido que la Compafiia Fiducia-
rias no haba sido dirigida de
ucuerdo con un sano criterio
A pesar de que esta aprecia-
cin fue apreciablemente tem-
plada por el pblico que vea en
la Compaa Fiduciaria un Ban-
co que ayud en momentos en
oue todos las dems instltucio-
cts de crdito cerraban sus
puertas a la consecucin de ce-
nital, an con magnficas ga-
rantas, los banqueros locales
expresaron su conviccin de que
la primera obligacin de un
Banco la constituye el velar por
la seguridad de los valores en-
tregados a su custodia.
La Compaa Fiduciaria habla
llegado a esta crisis al hacerse
pblico las gestiones de sus Ge-
rentes en el sentido de conseguir
fondos suficientes para atender
el pago inmediato de B.715.000.00
oue el seor Vistor, representan-
te de varios depositantes ex-
tranjeros y el Miembro Principal
do la Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria, habla exi-
gido se le pagaran antes del 81
de diciembre de 1950.
Su Gobierno, sefior Presidente,
tuvo la gentileza de nombrarme
a fin de que velara por la segu-
ridad del B.l.200,000.00 que el
Gobierno y las Entidades Aut-
nomas contribuyeron entre el
t y el 6 de diciembre ltimo, pa-
ra conjurar la crisis .as:
Gobierno Nacional
Caja Seguro Social
Be neo Nacional
Esta ayuda oportuna permiti
a la Compaa Fiduciaria sobre-
vivir al pnico del 8 de diciem-
bre y despus del 0, dia en qua
los retiros fueron pocos compa-
rados con el dia anterior, la si-
tuacin de. este Banco volvi %
su normalidad.
Cuando a fines de diciembre
de 1080 lleg el momento qua
considera oportunno. indiqu al
seor Eduardo de Alba. Gerente
dfil Banco Nacional de Panam
cue retirara los B.2O0.0O0 00 da
esa institucin, lo oue asi hizo,
nuedando entonces la Compaa
Fiduciaria debiendo solamente
B 500,000.00 del Gobierno Nacio-
nal a demanda y B.500,000.00 del
Seguro Social, al 8 nor ciento a
nual por un periodo de seis me-
Mi plan era que el Gobierno
Ns clon al retirase B.l 00,000.00 en
cada uno de los meses de enero,
febrero, marzo, abril y mayo de
1091, y continuar desmia con
la cancelacin a la Caja de Se-
guro Social por una suma igual
durante los meses de junio, lu-
l'o, agosto, septiembre y octu-
bre de 1051.
Sin embargo, este plan se dis-
loc por dos motivos:
lo.El sefior Vietor se mos-
tr sorprendido de que se le hu-
biese negado al Banco Nacional
antes que a sus representados,
ya que segn l haba un conve-
nio, oue yo no conozco, pan dar-
le prioridad en el pago de
B.250,000 00. A principios de ene-
o de 1051 se le pagaron B.12S.-
000.00, pero el pago de los B.125.-
000.00 restantes no ha mostrado
despus mucho inters.
El segundo motivo de dlsloca-
m ento de este plan fue el Hotel
"El Panam". Se convino en la
Directiva de la Compaa Fidu-
ciaria pagar las planillas de los
empleados, preavisos v vacacio-
nes. El sefior Klrkebv. Adminis-
trador del Hotel, qued en depo-
sitar la suma de B.100.000.00 al
hacerse cargo de la administra-
cin del mismo y el Export **
Import Bank qued en hacer un
nuevo prstamo de B.500,000.00
que reducirla notablemente la
cuenta de sobreglro del Hotel.
El resultado de esta serte de
jfasa a la l*aa Cei. >>
Despedida de soltera
Para despedir de la vida de
soltera a la seorita Anita Do-
nado, la ssora Olga DeDlego
de Herrn ofrece un "Linen
Shower" el 24 de los corrien-
tes de 4:00 en adelante.
La seorita Donado contrae-
r matrimonio prximamente
eon el joven costarricense se-
fior Francisco Mata Amador.
SI -4
En la Catedral
Continan los retiros para
todas las damas en general a
las 3:30 p.m. en la Catedral
de la Inmaculada concepcin.
Estos ejercicios espirituales es-
tn dirigidos por el Reverendo
Padre Reatrepo.
Hog a las 715 p.m. se dar
Para conservar bies
blanca la ropa. Emplee
este a en el stimo
Con dibujos Tropicales.
. Tamaos 2 al 9 1.71
En colores lisos y combinados.
Tamaos 1 al 8 1.7S
Para Nias y Nios 240
Blancos y en Color 0.49
iPir su/I ingrediente
Para Jugar Baseball
desde 2 29
Bates Grandes de Baseball
desde 1:59
varios tamaos, desde 1.49
fese rival!
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lala la QUI-
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a>l>anla y
rafuaraa la arre
da loi aliar Hat
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la fiebre y acaba can
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Castra Salara ae cabro, ateieelar.
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Basar Espaol Chambonnet y Sa. Ave.
La Parisin Basar France*
Antenie Fls B. Madero
Mette I. L. Madera
BOQUETE: La Margaesita
I .as Medias
son un encanto
por su belless,
finura y fren
"Nylece"* de
Is ilusin reslizada.
Berkshire realss la bellesa de su.- piernas.
'"Nylice" de BKRKSHIRR es la fimo., asedia n> Ion
- punto saudade de mxima duracin y finura.
Readinj, Pa., U. S. A.
le Meyer**- fohncenfet de Medias "FuH-FaihinmJ"
Basar Frances
Basar Parla
I. L. Madure
X raehruerirre
Maixsma Darya*
Derrtase la mantequilla an uu osatela.
Retrese del fuego. Aadan* la Uaisbwa,
la tal, y la pimienta, y nase todo bien.
Adase gradualmente la lecha, mezclando
todo hasta quo eats uniform*.
Cocinse a fuego moderado,
1 Vi tanca a. lacha
t 4 is Asierre* de rcerraa
rtaBWTBB, rt pvwpsl rere**>
revolviendo eoneUntemen hasta que M
msela espese y eoraisnee a hervir. Hir-
vase 2 minutos sia d*iar de revolver.
Retiros* d*i fuego. Adanse loa rbanos
pl*r y msclons muy bien. Sirves*
caliento. Haea alrededor de 2 tasas d salsa.
U titmmr Maiuna Owryeei
'Me of remerle greraofe ... le cuesta *
* No .leW-Panama R.

NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ... ALQUILAR ... COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
Ae. TItoII Na.
Til. 2-22*1
P.rqu dt Lempa
Ave. 4 t Julia
Tal. 2-1441
Ave. Melndez 10,151
Tel. 255Culn.
Calle 12 Oeate Na. M
Calle "H" Na. SJ Panam
Ave. Central 12-17* Calo
APROVECHE:Pintvrat r eimotei
entra brillantes a prua'ia da moho.
1.3.25 aolon. Almacene Tropidu-
IE VENDEN:Clavo, tuberw neara.
coro ocenolido. Fir-T* 'carton
aislador poro cielo reol made-
ra, lovamono. excusados., etc.
le* precien mi aojos en ploma.
e lleaossac J* Flanco. Tal.
SE VENDE- Incubodoro elctrico.
Tel. 3-0255.
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O te vende. Ciso de
campo en Chcrrero (El Cocol Tal.
SE VENDE:Cntrico y acreditado
negocio, por no poder administrar-
se. Para Informes escriba ol Sr.
Kuylen. Aportado 1828, San Jo-
s, Costa Rico.
SE VENDE Bicicleta de nio. Es-
t en buenas condiciones. Precio
mdico. Colle 52 Este No. 10,
apartamento 6, Belia Visto. Tel-
tono 3-3436.
SE VENDE:Por vioje, 200 gallinas
ponedoras, 135 huevos por da, a
B.3.50 coda uno. Carretero Villo-
lobo. caso 7, Pedregal.
VENDO:Planta elctrico 5 K. W.
110-220 volts, en buenas condi-
ciones. Garoge Exposicin.
VENDO:Torno pequeo, motor 60
ciclos 1 HP. otro 3-4 HP. Ave-
nida Ancn 66, Vicente.
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDEN:Dos juegos recmoro,
1 salo. I comedor. Avenida Cubo
15. Apto. 4 3 o 6 p. m.
En Campo Alegre, centro de la ciu-
dad, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frente de 20 mts. hacia al
norte. Precio: B.8.50 m2. Wolff
y Ca. Ltda.. Calle 5a. No. 22.
Tel. 2-2388._______________________
Ofrecemos en Calle 9o., Porque
Lefevre. chalet de 2 recimaras, 2
baos, sala y comedor, cuarto de
empleoda, 2 terrazas y buena pis-
cina. Lote de 525 Mts. Precio para
venta rpida, B.l 1,000.00. Faci-
Hdcdes de pago. Wolff y Ci. Ltda.
Colle 5a. No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE Estante de caoba, tres
cuerpos, colot oscuro, lindsimo.
Volor del mueble B.275.00. Lo doy
baratsimo. Motivo viaje. Valo
' Colle 30 tste No. I. 6-8 p.m
SE VENDE:Motivo de vioje, come-
dor, dos recamaros, miquina Sin-
ger, motor, refrigeradora, estufo,
etc. Telfono 3-2749.
SE DESEA:Comprar miquina de su-
mor pequea, informes al Telfono

En los Altos del Golf, ofrecemos lo-
tes con ponoromo de la boho y los
ruinas de Panam' la Vieja, en ta-
maos desde 2,000 M2 ya precios
desde B.3.75 M2. Wolff y Ca.
Ltda., Colla 5o. No. 22, Tal. 2-
SE VENDE:Casa cerca playa "Ma-
ra Chiquita" con terreno en co-
munidad creciente. Buen lugor pa-
ra baorse. Cerca corretera turs-
tico o Portobelo, B.650.00. Cito
10086, calle II y Roosevelt. Co-
SE VENDE:Lindo chalet. Listo paro
ocupar, recien pintado, 3 reci-
maras. 2 baos, garage, 2 porches,
bello jardn, casi 1,000 metros te-
rreno, en Vio Belsono Porras 81.
Rozn en Avenido Central 1 15.
SE VENDE:Negocio productivo en
lugar cntrico y comercial por no
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisariato Pana-
m. Colla 21 de Enero No. 6.
SE VEND: Chalet de tres rec-
maras, colle 39, cerca a Mario In-
maculada Excelente borrio resi-
dencio!. B 21.000. Tiene hipoteca
4 000, pued* ser aumentada
0IIT0 MI0. Tel. 2-1215.
SE NECESITA:Una niera con ex-
periencia. Muy buen sueldo. Cali*
Colombia No. 20, Apto. No. 4, fa-
milia Homsany.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia an cocina, vanea te da J a
C. Familia Romera, Ave. Balboa y
cali* 3>.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepo
cocinar y que duerma en el tra-
bojo. Calle 2a. Perejil No. 6.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Tiene qua dormir an al empleo.
Si no liana referencia*, na llame.
Buen sueldo. Tal. 3-0255. Calla
9a. Na. 28, San Franciico.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencias. Cali* 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Empleada blanco
con buenos referencias. Preferible
duerma en el empleo. Cholet
"Cormencita". Calle 10a y Ave.
7o. Son Francisco de la Caleta.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Cali* 52
Este No. 10, apartamento 6, Bello
SE NECESITA:Bu*no empleoda po-
ra oficios de cosa en general, debe
troer buenas referencias y tener
buenas costumbres, se requiere
duerma en el trabajo, para infor-
mes dirjase a calle 49 No. t9,
Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepa
oigo de cocina que tengo referen-
cia. Buen sutldo. Debe dormir en
empleo. Calle 44 cosa 37 Apto.
SE NECESITA:Empleada qu* sepo
cocinar. Colle 48 No. 2, aporte-
ment 2.
SE NECESITA Empleoda con re-
ferencias para servicios domsti-
cos, venga de 3 6 Familia Ro-
mero, Ave. Balboa y Calle 33.
SE NECESITA:Muchacha poro cui-
dar boby. Calle I I Oeste casa 3.
cuarto 15.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que duer-
mo en el traboio. Llame al telfo-
no 3-2541. Son Feo. de lo Coleto.
\\otnmonio sin hijos deieo alquiler
un cuarto de B.l 5.00 o 8.20.00 er>
la ciudod. Llame Tel. 2-1344, de
6 o. m. o 1 1 a. m.
E ALQUILA:Chalet amoblado con
tedas las comodidades de lo ciu-
dad, en Nuevo Arroijn. Pora in-
formes llame Curund 5249, des-
pus de los 4 p. m.
,,l0$ pAl
* firn
: Pre
t'tTC t*,bn'
loJos PA*-
SE VENDE:Por no poder atenderla.
oborroteria. mercodito "Populor".
esquina calle Coln y Colle 14 Es-
te, Ramrez.
SE VENDE:En El Vahe I Cerca Ho-
tel Pan-Americano) chalet moder-
no con dos recmaros. Paro infor-
mes: Tel. Balboa 3763.___________
SE VENDEN:Lotes en parte olta y
con frente o Transstmico en lo
Urbanizacin "Los Cumbres", sec-
tor construido. Excelente vecinda-
rio. ROBERTO MIRO. Tel. 2-1215,
SE NECESITA:Una mpleada po-
ro lovar y otros trabajos de lo ca-
so. Traer referencias. Dirijas* Ave-
nida Central No 14.
SE ALQUILA: Apar lament o en
Avenido Mxico final y cali* 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Cosa en la Corras-
quilla, calle la. No. 53-B, una
pieza d* dos cuartos con luz, B.30.
00, part* baja.
SE ALQUILACmodo apartamento,
dos recmaras, sola, comedor, bal-
cn, etc. B.75.00. Informes* calle
48 No. 23. Apto. No. I.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente, No. 4. calle la. Perry
Hill. 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en la
calle 2a. No. 18. Para informe
llame al telfono 2-3052.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento d* uno
recmaro, salo, comedor, por B.
35.00 en Via Porras No. I 39. Ocu-
rra oficina Federico Morichal
Boyd, Ave. Nort* No. 10. T*l. 2-
1602 Ponam.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento con
cocina, en call* G. No. 5 altos.
ALQUILAMOS: Magnfico aparta-
mento de dos recmaros al frente,
en una de los mejores cosas de Pa-
nam, calle 2o. No. 13, Perry Hill,
pora verlo pedir llaves apartamen-
to 3 y 4. para trator alquiler. Vio
Espaa 36, apartamento A.
ALQUILAMOSDepartamento inde-
pendiente en los altos de cosa 2220
Rio Abajo (La Quintana) B.35. 2
cuartos, galera grand* y servicios,
acudir a Via Espaa 36 aparta-
mento A. Moriano Ortega.
ALQUILAMOS: Soberbio oporta-
mnto de tres recmaras, dos ser-
vicios y garage en Va Espaa 36.
B.75.00, acudir a apartamento A
de la misma. Moriano Ortega.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuatro
cuartos, bao y cocina, B.40.00.
Amueblados, B.60.00. Belisario
Porras No. 4. medio cuadro playo.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726 y
ALQUILAN. Aportomentos moder-
nos. Comuniqese con oflino edi-
ficio Alhambra, colle 10, No. 8061
Coln. Telfono 1386.
SF NECECITAEmplodo que sepa
cocinar, casa "Carmel" No. 6, co-
ll* 41 Este.
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno de 10
hectreas, en carretera transstmico.
Dirjase Calle Higinio Duran, casa
10, cuarto 13 oltos.
SE VENDE: Precio de verdadero
pango "Restaurante Tropical"
Ave. "B" 78, por motivo de vioje.
Clientela buena y permonente. Lo-
calizocin muy comercial. Ver a
Emilio Rodriguez en el mismo si-
SE VENDE:Un* cosita en Santiago,
situada en lo Plazo. Informes calle
48 No. 35. Telfono 3-3445.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepa
algo de cocino que tenga referen-
cio. Buen sueldo. Debe dormir en
empleo. Calle 44 casa 37, Apto.
"O". Tel. 3-0702.________________
i SE NECESITAEmpleado para lavar
planchar etc. que duerma en casa.
La Panamea, Ave. Central y calle
19 Este.___________________________
SE NECESITA:Empleada seria, dor-
mir casa. Colle 16 No. I, Son
Francisco Caleta (otras Teotro
SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladas
1948, perfectas condiciones. Lla-
me al Saln Morio de Pueblo Nue-
vo Tel. 3-1513.
per ti suovt >J / / por il clulr.*
roce del roc* do la
Filo PAl \ caro afeitada
trio con
cara 4k PAL
SE VENDE: Motivo viaie, urgeme
vender automvil Buick 1950.
Perfectas condiciones. Derechos
sin pagar. Informes telfono 3-
0710. Panam.
SE VENDE: Chevrolet Sedan 41.
Placas por todo el oo. Dodge 41,
Sedan, buenas condiciones. Esta-
cin Son Froncisco, Va Porros
SE VENDE: Camioneta Ford 1942.
derechos pagos, recientemente ins-
peccionada. Cocoli 545-B.
SE VENDE:Sedan Commond. ex-
celentes condiciones, derechos pa-
gos, llantas nuevas, batera nueva,
buen precio. Balboa Fire Stotion.
cualquier horo.
SE VENDE: Pontioc Convertible.
Hydromotic, 1949, 8 cilindros,
perfectas condicione, derechos po-
gos, Tel. Balboo 2984.
ea "El Aviso Ooortuno'
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento y cuor-
to omueblados, gos, luces, refrige-
radora elctrica. Avenida 4 de Ju-
lio No. 5, Tel 2-4448.
S. BROUWERPintor de cosas, con-
tr'itisto. eonselos tcnicos, garan-
ta por jn ao. cresupuastot gratis
Tel 2-1276
AVISAMOS I* los avicultores que los
alimentos "Full-O-Pep" hon lle-
gado y estn o la venta. El Molino
Criollo. Panam.
SE NECESITA:Cocidera qu* sepa
cocinor bien, si Ao sobe cocinar
bien, no se presente. Colle la. Pe-
rejil No. 18.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
reincia en cuidar nios. Dormir en
casa. Referencias. Coll* 52 No. 8
Apto. I. Familia Carbonell.
SE NECESITA: Empleada con ex-
riencia, poro lo casa. Coll* 48 Es-
te No 26.
SE DESEA:Alquilar apartamento o
chalet amoblado. Llame al telfo-
no 3-0255, Panam.
SE NECESITA:Excelente oportuni-
dad, vendedor, entre 21 y 30
oes de edad, que hoble ingls y
espaol, con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin. B.150 men-
suol garantizado. Exijimos refe-
rencias, Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25.
SE NECESITA:--Zapotero eficiente,
en la zapatera Latorraca, en calle
14 Oeste No. 52.
SE VENDE:Motocicleta Harley Uo-
vdson I ido 45. De Luxe, modelo
1951. 800 millos, como nu*vo.
Llame al "Garage Bella Vista".
Avenido Per No. 99. T*l. 3-1618
Tal. 3-3475. D*spus de los 5:30
p. m.
Albert Lennon invito reclamos pora
subscripciones de revistas no entre-
gadas. Correo Balboo, Conal Zone.
Acaba de llegar o "LA MILAGROSA"
lindo surtido de cortes floreados
para Ib Semana Santa.
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
arribo del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ra oficinas locles cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Centrol 44 e
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macn an Almacenes 5 v 10 con-
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15, propio pora oficino o de-
psito, para informes Mam* tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Locol comercial. <*-
fco nuevo, esquino Av*. Cuba,
cali* 15 de Febrero. Industrias
Ponomericonos. Tel. 3-1713.
SE ALQUILA:Un locol muy amplio
de 400 .metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio poro
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILAN Dos locales. B 80-
00 codo uno, en Avenida Norte
No. 61. Infrmese T*l. 2-0364.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto independien-
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nio sin hiios. Coso honorable, pre-
cio B.20.00. Colle 14 Oeste No.
81, altos. Telfono 2-4197.
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blado, con luz, recin pintado.
frasca, para persona o pareja sin
nios. Avenid* B, No. 29, ltimo
* La ms antigua.
* La ms acreditada.
* La de mayor stock.
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tales como Toalleros Desapa-
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Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
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Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
n todos los tamaos.
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su dueo. Recompenso. Casa 5095
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por expertos en pintura.
Checoeslovacos, desde...3.50
de Madeira, bordados
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SABANAS 72" x 108"... 5.95
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Telfono 2-2490
Tenemos en existencia:
de toda clase
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Cuenta dt Ahorros
con la
Suspende operaciones
operaciones es el.siguiente:
El seor Klrkeby no deposit
los B. 100.000.00; el Export Si Im-
port Bank si deposito los B.500.-
000.00: laa planillas del Hotel
fueron pagadas, pero lo grave es
que aparecieron una serie de
cartas de crdito de las cuales
nadie en la Directiva, o por l-
menos yo, tena noticia, y de lo
que nunca se me haba hablado,
lodo lo contrario: se habia dado
a entender que cerca del 50 por
ciento de lo que tena que pre-
sentar el seor Klrkeby era ca-
pital para manejo del Hotel, de-
ba reembolsarse directamente a
la Compaa Fiduciaria por a-
delantos va hechos sobre mate-
riales en existencia, tales como
Jabn, mantelera, etc., en for-
ma de depsitos a la cuenta de
sobreglro del Hotel, en vez de
tener que pagar por cartas de
Total: que a pesar de que se
hizo nfasis en limitar las cuen-
tas de sobregiro, a pesar de que
el Export & Import Bank ade-
lant la suma de B.500.000.00 a
la cuenta de sobreglro del Ho-
tel "El Panam", el total de las
cuentas de sobreglro de la Com-
paa Plduciaria. que el 4 de
diciembre de 1950 ascendan a
B.2.139.735.11 disminuyeron ni-
camente a B.1.929,122.41 el 3 de
marzo de 1951, o sea una dismi-
nucin de slo B.210.612.70.
Ha sido. pues, debido a la for-
ma arbitraria en que la Geren-
cia ha antepuesto los interese!
del Hotel "El Panam" a los
intereses del Gobierno Nacional
v a los intereses de la Caja tet
Seguro Social que me he visto)
en la imposibilidad de recomen-
dar al Ejecutivo que retire 1*
primera partida de B.100,000.00.
Crei conveniente ojie la Com*
paa Fiduciaria no cerrar
completamente sus prstamos*
ya que consider que la Compa-
a no est en liquidacin y que
con los prstamos semanales de
B.25,000.00 sera posible manta-
ner el crdito de la Compaa,
un encaje no menor de B.I.-
000,000.00 y la posibilidad de
cumplir con el Gobierno Naci*
nal y con la Caja de Seguro So-
En enero de 1951 se autorizo
un dividendo del 10 por ciento,
O sea. B.110,000.00 (B.109.500.00
en acciones de la Compaa Fi-
duciaria y B.500,00 en efectivo!
para llevar al nimo de los de-
positantes v del pblico en ge-
neral que la Compaa segua
normalmente sus operaciones. 8*
ai'torlz vender a los accionis-
ta hasta el 65 por ciento de las
acciones que para entonces te-
man, a razn de B.13.00 la ac-
cin, o sean 78.650 de las 90.500
restantes, por emitir, con el ob-
jeto de aumentar el capital de
la Compaa. El resultado fus
muy pobre; pero se abri el ca-
nino para que personas que no
son accionistas puedan, serlo, vi-
gorizando asi la estructura eco-
nmica de la Compaa.
Doy a continuacin algunas cifras que pueden servir de com-
paracion entre la situacin de la Ca. Fiduciaria el 4 de Dlclem-
!ore de 1950 y el 3 de Marzo de 1951:
Fecha Prstamos Encaje Corto Plaso Largo Plazo Total
4/12/50 5.868.979.20 555.082.75 3,015.568.87 2,645.404.77 5,660.973.64
3/ 3/51 4,082.582.21 986.967.90 2,159.069.43 4,438.365.42
En la linea del 3 de Marzo de 1951, la cantidad de depsitos
a corto plazo incluye los B/500.000.00 del Gobierno Nacional y la
cantidad de depsitos a largo plazo Incluye los B/500.000.00 del
Seguro Social. En >a columna de prstamos no estn incluidos los
B/225.315.84 por documentos a descontar que fueron vendidos a los
representados por el seor Vleto.
En lo que hasta la fecha no se ha hecho absolutamente nada
es en la venta de valores en cartera y en la reduccin de los
gastos. Por lo que va de este ao estos ascienden a B/32.000.00
mensuales. .
Las entradas y gastos basados en el informe del 3 de marzo
9% sobre prstamos B/. 4.082.582.21 B/. 367.432.40
3% sobre va ores 36.486.10
BA 335.539.62
menos 3% sobre de-
psitos a plazos......B/.
Ganancias brutas anuales
o sean B/. 27.961.64 mensuales.
Como los gastos son de B/. 32.000.00 mensuales, hay una pr-
dida mensual de B/. 4,038.36.
El 9% es un alto rendimiento e indica operaciones especula-
Uvas, adems de redescuento en venta de carros, ventas de cartas
de crditos y prstamos a empleados pblicos y privados.
La prdida de B/. 4.038.36 mensuales no representa todos los
problemas de la Ca. Fiduciaria, ya que debemos tener en cuenta
que los intereses devengados no cobrados aparecen aqu como
utilidad, lo que forzosamente tiene que afectar el encaje. El pro-
blema ms serio que se presenta es la disminucin en las utilida-
des debic'J a que es necesario disminuir las cuentas, de sobre-
giro y en general todas las cuentas de prstamos en B/. 1,050.000.00
para poder hacer frente a un posible descenso de B/. 700.000.00 en
los depsitos a corto plazo y B/. 800.000.00 de disminucin en los
depsitos a largo plazo. En estas sumas estn incluidos los dep-
sitos del Gobierno, de las entidades autnomas, los intereses re-
presentados por el seor Victor y otras sumas que posiblemente
puedan ser retiradas.
Si para cuando esto ocurra, es decir, dentro de ocho meses,
solamente se necesita un encaje de B/. 800.000.00, tenemos enton-
ces el siguiente cuadro:
Venta de cdulas hipotecarias
Hotel Panam...................B/. 465.000.00
Disminucin de cuentas de sobregiro 500.000.60
Disminucin de prstamos a plazo.. 85.000.00
Disminucin de los prstamos.
Venta de valores en cartera...
B/. 1,050.000.00
250.000 00-
Aumento del estado liquido..............B/. 1,300.000.00
Dentro de ocho meses, si se lleva a cabo una reduccin racio-
nal, tendremos: m It
Prstamos Valores Corto Plazo Largo Plazo
B/. 4 082.582.21 1,216.203.34 2,159.069.43 2,279.295.99 250.000.00 700.000.00 800.000.00
Ahorre Dinero ron WM
La Pintura Par Ca-
ta Favorita en BE.
UU. d A. C+ mis economa, bU*-
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cin por u
Ave. Norte #83 Tel. I-MM
CaUe Martn Sv 3 Tel. 3-144
B/. 3.032.582.21 966.203.34 1.459.069.43 1.479.295.99
Lo que puede dar las siguientes ganancias:
9% sobre 3032.588.21.... B/. 272.932.94
3% sobre 966.203.34.... 28.986.10
B/. 301.919.04
menos 3% %/ 1,479.295.99: 44.378.88
B/. 257.540.16 anuales
O B/. 21.461.88 mensuales, lo que indica una prdida de B/. 10.538 32
mensuales, si se toma la suma de B/. 32.000.00 como los gastos
En resumen, Seor Presidente, considero que. i
ai Deben disminuirse los gastos de administracin,
b) Deben disminuirse las cuentas de sobreglros.
O Debe tratarse de vender en el mercado las cdulas hipote-
carias de El Panam. _.: .
d> Debe procurarse la cancelacin de la cuenta de sobregiro
de El Panama,
e) Debe bajarse el monto de los prestamos,
i) Debe limitarse la expedicin de cartas de crditos a perso-
nas que puedan cancelarlas a su debido tiempo.
i Debe venderse los valores en cartera.
> Debe nltarse todo gasto Innecesario.
1) Debe ajustarse las transacciones a un sano criterio ban cari o.
i) Deben cancelarse las obligaciones al Gobierno y a la Caja
de Seguro Social dentro del menor tiempo posible, com-
patible con la estabilidad de la Compaa Fiduciaria.
Como le deca en m Informe del 4 de Enero ultimo, considero
aue es indispensable que el Gobierno tome medidas mas drsticas
en cuanto se refiere al control de las operaciones de la Compaa
"por 'esta razn y para dejarle las manos libres en relacin
a la oersona o personas que deben actuar con ms eficacia en la
d reccn de la Compaa Fiduciaria, pido a Ud. se sirva aceptar
mi renuncia como representante del Gobierno ante la Directiva
de dicha Compaa.
Del seor Presidente atentamente. ... i
*^ (fdo. Enrique Linares Jr. '
Los empleados
nes de los talleres estaban apos-
tados, revlver en mano, varios
sujetos que los recibieron a ba-
lazos. "El saldo de la vandlica
agresin es bien conocido: Un
muerto y varios heridos entre
los hombres que Iban a traba-
La peticin agrega: "Despus
el atentado, el personal empe-
z a desarrollar sus funciones
habituales para preparar la edi-
cin de La Prensa del da 28.
pero cuando estaban en plena
tarea estos talleres fueron eva-
cuados por disposicin policial
y todos los trabajadores dedi-
cados a funciones que les son
| especficas, quedaron varias ho-
ras detenidos en la Comisara
22 por Infringir, segn se les
J dijo alli, disposiciones sobre reu
niones pblicas no autorizadas.
Esa medida Impidi que el per-
sonal contnuara en sus activi-
dades para lanzar la edicin del
28 de Febrero ltimo, cuya com-
posicin estaba casi totalmen-
te realleada. Luego los talleres
Agregan en la peticin: "Ello
hace que nos sintamos en nece-
sidad de solicitar la directa y
personal Intervencin del Exce-
lentsimo Seor Presidente, pa-
ra asegurar al personal de La
Prensa, libertad de trabajo en
las mismas condiciones en que
siempre la ejerci y para dar
tranquilidad a casi dos mil ho-
gares angustiados por esta si-
tuacin. Saludamos al Excelen-
tsimo Seor Presidente respe-
tuosamente, en nombre de casi
la totalidad del personal de La

JUEVES. MARZO B, i^^ ^ ^
Rusia puede contar hasta con 500 divisiones
o I
Pero se considera que no es
suficientemente fuerte para
realizar guerra relmpago
Las tropas aliadas no
vez el Paralelo 38
cruzarn otra
si no lo ordenan
podr tener mas de 800 dm
iones dentro de cuatro meses
en el caso de una .wra. P*
ro ese ejrcito no ser su
rante para realizar una Inva-
sin relmpago en Europa il
se domina con una fuerza
area estratgica superior, se-
gn las autoridades de una
revista militar alemana.
Segn la revista "Seguridad
Europea", el ataque ruto pue-
de ser temporalmente deteni-
do por una flota de bombar-
deros de largo alcance, hasta
que laa reservas lleguen des-
pus de cruzar el Atlntico bas-
ta el frente, por medio de bom-
barderos de carreteras, ferro-
carriles y la Europa oriental.
Editado por Martin H. Som-
merfeldt, vocero periodstico del
alto comando del ejrcito ale-
ma ndurante la guerra, la nue-
va revista desea mantener la
tradicin de la centenaria re-
vista "Military Weekly Maga-
zine", la autorizada publica-
cin de las tropas del Kaiser
y Hitler. _m
En un articulo sobre la su-
perioridad area de los Esta-
dos Unidos el experto militar
alemn George W. reuchter, re-
clama que el podero humano
ruso no lograr nada bueno
para el Kremlin mientras los
Estados Unidos tenga el control
areo y pueda atacar tierra
adentro en Rusia con miles de
superbombarderos si se produ-
ce un conflicto entre oriente
y occidente.
Feuchter dijo que la segunda
guerra mundial fu solamente
ganada por los aliados debido
al absoluto control del aire so-
bre Alemania, durante los mo-
"mentos decisivos de la guerra.
Aadi que Corea no es la prue-
ba del valor de la estrategia
y el poder de la fuerza area
porque no hay objetivos estra-
tgicos, excepto en Manchuria.
"A pesar de su fuerza mili-
tar" dice la Revista que
Rusia tiene 175 dlvlsion/s, in-
cluyendo 35 con tanques y arti-
llera, 58 divisiones de artille-
ra, bajo las armas "el ejr-
cito rojo de hoy no podr rea-
lizar ninguna guerra de invar
sln relmpago. Permanecer
siendo lo que fue durante la
Primera y 8egunda Guerras
Mundiales: una aplanadora."
Feuchter continu "en el ca-
so de una guerra, un nmero
inferior de tropas occidentales
podr frustar los ataques ru-
sos hasta que los refuerzos lle-
guen solamente porque se tie-
ne el control del aire."
La revista agrega que la fuer-
za area estratgica sovitica es
muy inferior a la americana.
Dijo que Rusia slo puede pro-
ducir 12,000 aviones anualmen-
te, mientras que los Estados
Unidos echaron de sus fbricas
durante la Segunda Guerra
Mundial 96,000 durante un ao.
La revista asegura que si la
Fuerza Estratgica Area de los
Estados Unidos en el caso
de una guerra se concentra
sobre los campos petroleros, sus
grandes centros industriales y
sus llaves de comunicacin, las
lineas de abastecimientos ru-
sas pronto carecern de ga-
solina, partes de repuestos y
informe para esta scele reciben ea I*
Unraa- ........... 1:30 p.m. a p-av _
Telfono No. *-740 Apartado No. 134
Despedida de soltera
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Graciela
Brld Dutarl quien contraer
matrimonio esta noche con el
seor Mariano Gasteazoro, las
seoritas Amelia Roux, Miriam
y Gulllita Lpez y Luz Mar-
garita Morales ofrecieron ayer
un t en la residencia de las
seoritas Lpez en Ban Fran-
cisco de la Caleta.
Almueno de despedida
La seora Mara Isabel A.
de Uribe ofreci el martes un
amuerzo en su residencia, pa-
ra despedir a la seorita Ste-
phanie Hoye, quien regresa
prximamente a Nueva York.
Faro Sur Amrica
Despedimos cordlalmente a
la seora Carmen A. de Mac-
Ilvaine, quien sigui hoy para
Buenos Aires por la va aere.
Fara Mxico
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
a la seorita Celia de Daz,
Sulen acompaada de sus n-
as y de la seorita Francisca
Mas, sigui hoy hacia Mxico.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos cordlalmente al
seor Juan de la Guardia P.
y seora Elida Z. de de la
Guardia, quienes regresaron de
Nueva York en das pasados.
De Costa Rica
Grata estada le deseamos a
los seores J. Antonio Meneses
M., Antonio Caldern S. y Ed-
win Chacn 3. quienes proce-
dentes de San Jos, se encuen-
tran pasando ua corta tem-
porada en nuestra capital.
Aumenta compras
Estados Unidos en
Amrica Latina
WASHINGTON, Marzo 8 (Ex-
port News Service). Los cl-
culos dados a conocer esta se-
mana por el "Census Bureau"
Indican que los Estados Unidos
compraron 24 por ciento ms
mercaderas de la Amrica La-
tina en 1950 que en cualquier
otro aflo. Estos clculos tenta-
tivos muestran que los Estados
Unidos importaron un total de
$3,008,540,409 de la Amrica La-
tina, sobrepasando el mximo
anterior de 2,5O5,026.03O fijado
en 1048.
Las exportaciones de los Es-
tados Unidos en 1950 alcanza-
ran a $2,890,997,722 dando un
balance favorable para la Am-
rica Latina de $288,842,727.
Mac Arthur espera que la ONU
imparta instrucciones sobre
la contra-ofensiva comunista
Ornamentos y Vestiduras
de los Sacerdotes
El servicio cooperativo es ejemplo
para el desarrollo de unos programas
TOKIO, Marip 8 (UP)Mac-
Arthur vol al frente e hfco
un recorrido de treinta millas
en un "Jeep" y al regresar del
frente helado, manifest a los
periodistas que l to cruzara
el Paralelo 38, a menos que
las Naciones Unidas diesen una
orden especifica en este senti-
do. Dijo, adems, que no te-
nia indicaciones "frescas" de las
Naciones Unidas sobre qu ha-
cer con la agresin comunista
china en Corea, lo que se In-
terpreta como una solicitud de
autorizacin para tomar accin
en territorio chino por medio
de bombardeos, para detener la
La primera misa que un sa-
cerdote celebra es la de su
ordenacin a una con el obis-
po consagrante.
Pueden ser uno o ms los
ordenados hasta 40 50 sin
limitacin. Todos consagran &
una con el obispo que ya les
dio potestad sobre el cuerpo y
sangre de Cristo.
En la ordenacin recibe tam-
bin el sacerdote el poder de
perdonar los pecados.
Ordenes menores: En ellas el
estudiante o aspirante al sacer-
docio no se compromete a na-
da grave y puede abandonar su
carrera. Hay una orden menor
llamada Tonsura. En ella el
obispo corta al aspirante el ca-
bello en seal de renuncia al
mundo. .
Subdlaconado: Recibe la fa-
cultad de vestir talar y de can-
tar la Epstola en la Misa. En
esta Orden se hace el voto de
castidad y ya no puede aban-
donar su carrera sino con per-
miso dispensa del Papa.
Diaeonado: Un grado ms:
Recibe potestad para adminis-
trar la Eucarista, para consa-
grar y poder para predicar el
Evangelio. Por fin e\ da de la
Ordenacin (que es su prime-
ra misa en realidad) recibe po-
der para consagrar y perdonar
los pecados.
La Primera Misa. Celebra-
da la misa de ordenacin a
los pocos das celebra un Sa-
cerdote su llamada primera mi-
sa solemne.
Mareo 8 (USIS. Los "Ser-
vicios", o sea los programas
conjuntos de los Estados Uni-
dos y la Amrica Latina en
materia de educacin y salud,
los cuales se desarrollan por
conducto dl Instituto de A-
suntos interamerlcanos, son
considerados como posibles
modelos para todo el mundo
por un veterano dirigente en
materia de salud pblica in-
El Dr. pster, conocido a tra-
vs de su obra pro salud p-
blica durante cuarenta aas
tanto en China como con el
Instituto de Asuntos Interame-
ricanos, habl de "algunos as-
pectos de la salud del Hemis-
ferio" en una sesin de la So-
ciedad Hispanoamericana aus-
piciada por la Universidad de
Mdicos v trabajadores de la
salud del Estado de Florida se
hallaban entre los asistentes
a este acto, en el cual el Dr.
est tlaborada
Peter describi a la Oficina
Sanitaria Panamericana como
agencia "multilateral" los 21
Gobiernos Americanos, y la la-
bor del Instituto que desarro-
lla programas bilaterales entre
los Estados Unidos y diversos
Explic el Dr. Peter que el
"Servicio" bajo la administra-
cin del Instituto y de los pa-
ses latinoamericanos partici-
pantes, lleva a cabo su labor
hasta tanto se lleve a la rea-
lidad cada proyecto.
Los programas se extienden
desde Mxico hasta el sur de
Chile, y han llevado los bene-
ficios de la moderna ciencia
mdica a remotas aldeas In-
dias asi como a los grandes
centros metropolitanos. Se ha
venido desarrollando en cator-
ce repblicas.
"Puede manifestarse manera
definitiva" dijo Peter, "que los
programas cooperativos de sa-
lud en estos pases han ayu-
dado durant los ltimos ocho
aos a establecer mejores con-
diciones de salud y vida entre
unos veintitrs millones de la-
intervencin China.
Los norteamericanos cruza-
ron el rio Han y entre l tor-
menta establecieron una cabe-
za de puente quince millas al
este de Sel. Se Informa que en
el frente oeste los americanos
capturaron cincuenta prisione-
Al mkmo tiempo los chinos
y norcoreanos rojos contraata-
caron fuertemente contra las
fuerzas norteamericanas en el
frente central, quince millas al
este y contra los surcoreanos
en las montaas del este.
Mientras, de nueve a doce
nuevas divisiones comunistas he
han acercado al frente de ba-
talla y en un frente de 140
millas a travs de la pennsu-
la coreana, su fuerza subir a
250,000 hombres.
El cielo claro permiti reanu-
dar la ofensiva area. Las su-
perfortaleza B-29 dejaron caer
lY) toneladas de bombas sobre
la costa este de la ciudad de
Pongchung y Pyongyang, capi-
tal norcoreana. Los bombarde-
ros nocturnos se concentraron
sobre los vehculos comunistas
que traan abastos y refuerzos.
Ellos averiaron alrededor de 700.
Festival Bailable
ofrecen en honor
de M. Spadafora
El Comit que respalda la
candidatura de la 8rta. Martha
Spadafora para Reina del Car-
naval Tipleo Nacional, que ba-
jo los auspicios de la Confe-
deracin de Asociaciones Cvi-
cas Interioranas, se llevar a
cabo los dias 6, 7. 8 y 9 del mes
de abril, se est preparando
con todo entusiasmo para et
Festival Bailable que celebra-
r el sbado 10 de marzo en
el Jardn Balboa de 8 de la no-
che en adelante. Dada la po-
pularidad que goza la Brta.
Spadafora entre sus Innumera-
bles simpatizadores por su es-
piritual belleza y su exquisito
don de gente es de esperarse
que este acto revista caracte-
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El Softball Comercial Reanuda Esta
Noche Su Contienda En Santa Rita
Medran fuerzas Bush vs. Cervecera a
las 7 p.m. y luego Duran vs. Dep. Cernid
Despus d haber permaneci-
do inactiva durante ms de una
emana la Liga Comercial de |
Softball, debido a reparaciones
en el acondicionamiento de las
luces y las tribunas del campo
d Santa Rita, donde se estn
desarrolando los partidos, rea-:
nuda esta noche sus actividades, i
presenUndo dos partidos que
haban quedado pendientes.
El primer juego comenzar a i
las siete en punto de la noche
v debe resultar Interesante por;
las alineaciones de los equipos
participantes; RADIO BUSH,
cue perdi en su primera pre-
sentacin v viene por el desqui-
te y la CERVECERA que est
dispuesta a conservar su invic-
En el segundo Juego, los M-
SICOS de Matas Cerrud se mi-
den con el potente CAFE DU-
RAN, en otro partido que ser
de mucha emocin.
La Liga >e propone presentar
doble-juegos durante los prxi-
mos das viernes y sbado. Ma-
ana viernes ae medirn DU-
JN en el primero y CERVECE-
RA y PANAMA AUTO en el se-
Los juegos del sbado son Pa-
nam Auto vs Fiduciario y Mon-
tezuma vs Hudson.
Andamio Aroscmena Encabeza
La Puntuacin En El Basket
De Los Juegos Panamericanos
Aroscmena. J. (Panam) ........... g Vunio*
Barksdale. D. A. (Estados Unidos) .......... 49
Lopes Garviso. F. (Cuba) ...................
Sandiford, P. (Ecuador) .................... J*
Isusi. Aristides (Paraguay) ......... ........ *
Jan, R. (Panam) ......................... *?
Cells, C. (Panam) .......................... g
Ruis Vinajera, F. (Cuba)................... *?
Estol Romn, Jos (Cuba) .................. **
Daz. J. A. (Colombia) ...................... **
Rojas Herrera. F. (Mxico) ..................
NOTA:Este cmputo es hasta eljuege on los Estados Unido.
Ezzard Charles Venci
En Discutida Pelea Al
Anciano Joe Walcott
DEMOSTRARON SU CLASE. El director del equipo de solt
ball del Panam-Amrica, Armando Moreno G., desquita una
bola mala de Chelo Gonsles, en el juego que ganaron ayer
los diablos rojoa por 17 carrera a 4, para demostrar la gran
clase del equipo panVmamericano.
Argentina Aventajaba Hasta
Ayer En Los Panamericanos
El Caribe empat
con el Frigidaire
ayer 6 carreras
Por 8. H. IVALDl J.
El stano de la Liga Provin-
cial de baseball Amateur sigue
en disputa entre los equipos
Caribe y Frigidaire al empatar
estos ayer tarde en el cuadro
de juegos de La Boca a 6 ca-
rreras en 7 actos ante una bue-
na concurrencia.
El partido fue interesante en
el 3o. los refrigerados sacaron
de la caja de los bultos posta-
les al lanzador abridor de los
blanquiverdes F. Urea, en-
trando en su rescate L. Roa.
Los refrigeradores anotaron 2
ms en al 6o. con cuadrangular
remolcador de E. Rico, los cari-
bes salieron en el 7o. a Jugar-
se el todo por el todo, dando por
resultado el abandono de la ca-
ja por parte de Springer a fa-
vor de E. Rico, en este acto ano-
taron otro racimo de 3 carre-
rasp ara empatar el juego, al
concluir este acto el arbitro del
Juego L. Robert dio por finali-
zado el partido.
E. Gordon y F. Urea del Ca-
ribe y con 4-2 fueron los mej-
rese on el bate.
Anotacin Condensad
C. H. E.
Caribe 51
Frigidaire 41
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 8 P.iLa puntuacin-no oficial-
de los Juegos Panamericanos In-
cluyendo los eventos de ayer
dan a la Argentina 1.080 puntos
Estados Unidos 725, Mxico 298,
Chile 270, Brasil 266, Cuba 245,
Per 108. Guatemala 31, Trini-!
dad 27, Ecuador 23, Venezuela:
18, Colombia 12, Jamaica 11,
Panam 7, Hait, Paraguay 5, y
El Salvador 2.
En los eventos atltlcos, la
puntuacin da al os Estados
Unidos 250 pnaos, Argentina
192, Chile 75, Brasil y Cuba 53,
Per 23, Guatemala 19, Colom-
bia 15, Jamaica 12, Mxico 9,
Trinidad 8, Paraguay 3 y Ecua-
dor 1.
En los eventos femeninos, Es-
tados Unidos tiene 75 puntos,
Chile 73, Argentina 56, Brasil 24.
Mxico 14, Ecuador y Per 10,
Panam 3 y Colombia 2.
DETROIT, Marzo 8 cUP>
Ir'zard Charles retuvo el cam-
peonato mundial de los pesos
pesados al vencer en 15 asaltos
por puntos a Joe Walcott.
El anciano Joe Walcott hizo
una heroica tentativa de arre-
batar el ttulo mximo del pu-
gilismo a Ezzard Charles en el
regundo encuentro entre ambos,
pero sus tcticas de mediados de
Id pelea, unas veces rpido y'
otras lento, hicieron que Char-;
les obtuviera la decisin unni-
me del combate a 15 asaltos ce-
lebrado anoche en la Arena
Walcott fu derribado por la
cuenta de nueve en el noveno
ssalto. pero al final se haba
respuesto. En su cuarta tenta- j
liva de conquistar su ttulo |
Walcott de 37 aos y padre de
fceis hijos, termin con un vio-
lento ataque que tuvo a Charles
retrocediendo por todo el cua-
driltero cuando son la cam-
8u esfuerzo fu tan tremendo
que los 13.825 espectadoras estu-
vieron ms de seis minutos abu-
cheando estruendosamente la
decisin mientra? que Walcott y
sus, segundas se retiraban en-
furecidos del cuadriltero.
An cuando a veces la pelea
se hizo lenta debido a que ca-
da uno trataba de forzar al
otro a que atacara, el encuen-
tro fu Interesante ya que a
veces los violentos golpes pare-;
can que Iban a derribar a uno
oe los contricantes.
Wolcott entr al ring con las |
apuestas 5 a 1 en su contra.,
por su derrota previa ante Char
es y su Inesperada prdida
frente al Joven Rex Layne, pero
anoche dio una exhibicin es-,
tupendamente buena. El arbitro
Clarance Rosen dio 80 puntos a
Charles, 70 a Walcott. El juez
Jack Asupery 80 a 66 y el juez
Joe Lenahan 83 a 67 ambos a
lavor de Charles.
En Juego Que Hubo De Todo
Le Gan El Panam-Amrica
a La Nacin Por 17 a Cuatro
Culebrn Ruz y Kenneth Colling lao/aron gran pe-
lota por las huestes triunfantes ayer
(Por Ral AI varado)
Chesterfield Jr. 1 Graaillo 4
Bateando libremente a los
ofrecimientos de los lanzadores
granllleros; D. Urea y J. Ba-
za n la friolera de 11 hits, entre
ellos triples de A. Barker y N
Bocanan, el Chesttrfield Jr.
venci por pizarra de 16-4 al
Granillo en Juego celebrado en
el Estadio Olmpico.
E. Valencia lanzador zurdo de
los clgarrllleros no tuvo mucha
dificultad paral ograr su sexto
triunfo contra 2 derrotas.
Anotacin per acto*
Chesterfield 55 M-is R 4
Granillo m ios ee4 I 7
EE. UU. y La Argentina Disputan
Hoy El Ttulo De Basketball
BUENOS AIRES, Mano 8 (UP).Los Estado Unidos y la Ar-
gentina se disputarn esta noche el Campeonato de Basketball
de los Juegos Panamericanos en el partido que tendr lugar en
el Estadio Luna Park que tiene capacidad para 36 mil personas.
Ambos equipos han ganato todos sus compromisos en esta
justa basketbolera v se espera que rompa el record de concu-
rrencia en un partido de basket.
El equipo de los Estados Unidos est formado por Jugadores
del equipo Chevrolet, de Denver. Colorado, que termin tercero
en el torneo de la Unin Atltlca Amateur de los Estados Unidos.
El equipo de Antn le
gan al conjunto de
Penonom en baseball
En juego donde abundaron los
batazos largos, las cogidas sen-
sacionales, los errores y en el
que ambos bandos trataron de
superarse, los grandes toleteros
de El Panam Amrica derro-
taron a los de "La Nacin" por
17 carreras a 4 en el campo de
softball de la Cervecera Na-
Vctor "Culebrn" Ruiz el es- i
pigado serpentlnero de los dia- |
blos rojos lanz durante cinco
;nning pelota de Liga Grande
y puso a comer en sus manos a
los terribles bateadores de La
Nacin, siguindolo luego Ken-
neth Collins, quien no permiti
ni un hit en cuatro entradas.
Tanto Culebrn como Collins
estuvieron enviando veneno y
dinamita para el home plate, en
el humo de sus endiabladas
curvas y sus rectas que quebra-
ban el plato como un disparo
de fsil.
La artillera pesada de El Pa-
nam Amrica abri sus gran-
des bocas de fuego y Chelo
"Melena" Gonzlez y Garca que
lo reemplaz recibieron una
ulana de palos, mientras volaba
e! cuero por todos los mbitos
del cuadro.
A pesar de la falta de prctica
los canguros de La Nacin se
portaron valientemente. Carlos
"Cholo" Rangel, Max Jimnez
Jr., Chino Williams y Gonzlez
pegaron e hicieron cogidas sen-
sacionales. RangeJ tablete dos
lindos Incogiblea en tres opor-
tunidades al plato.
Por los diablos rojos se des-
tacaron Oses, Alvarado, Conra-
do Sargent y "Caucho" Donado
Vlsuete quienes se fueron de ba-
tazos de cuatro esquinas y otro
de La Nacin tambin se fu
de cuadrangular.
El Mayor Alfredo Alemn no
pudo lanzar la primera bola del
partido por encontrarse enfer-
mo, pero comision a una per-
sona para hacerlo. Gentil como
siempre brind un agasajo a
los jugadores de los dos equipos.
Una enorme concurrencia
presenci el partido que arran-
c aplausos, carcajadas y tuvo
momentos de gran expectacin.
El mircoles El Panam Am-
| rica Ir por el desquite con La
Lanzador ganador: E Valen-
cia; perdedor D. Urea.
Equipo de soft MI
de ptica Sosa le
gan al de base
Los formidables Jugadores de
softball del ptica Sosa le die-
ron una leccin a los Juga-1
clores de baseball del mismo
nombre en juego de prctica y
que registr la anotacin de 7;
a 0. Los lanzamientos de los
muchachos que dirige Sickl Mass
fueron mucha dinamita para
los carabineros de Gocha Olacl-
regul. Estos ltimos pensaron
comerse un pastel y les result
una tuna.
Una demostracin de cmo se
dirige un equipo le dio Slcky
Mass a Gocha "Leo Durocher"
Olaciregul, quien es campen de
pick y rayuela, sub-campen de
trompo y uno de los tres gran-
des en Yoyo, del barrio del Ma-
Los del softball del ptica
Sosa Jugaron sin errores.
Gran Importancia
Nene este partido
del base provincial
Por S. H. IVALDl J.
Los punteros del Pinocho que
se perfilan como lgicos Cam-
peones de esta temporada y
marchan a la cabeza de la ta-
bla de posicin con ventaja de
dos juegos y medio sobre el Ba-
rraza, saldrn maana a las
4.30 p.m. en busca de una vic-
toria para consolidarse y clasi-
ficar prcticamente como mo-
narcas del 51-52, frente a los
maraoneros del ptica Sosa en
el cuadro del Estadio Olmpico.
Una derrota a estas alturas I
colocarla a los narizones en po-1
teln anmica, pues los equi-
pos Barraza, ptica Sosa, Ches-
lerfleld y Caf Duran vienen;
reaccionando con la determina-
clon de disputarse el derecho 1
al cetro, Chilia Zamora, direc-|
tor de los narizones para no
correr ningn riesgo colocar.
al "Premier" de los tiradores a- I
ilclonados", Alfredo Rosales, en
el morrillo central para lanzar,
sus mortferas rectas y curvas
en contra de los bateadores que
componen la escuadra de los
pticos, Gocha Olaciregul tra-
tar de asestar rudo golpe a
las pretensiones de los plnochis-
tas, confiando los lanzamientos
de los pticos al Internacional
Rafael Calcedo.
La posible nmina abridora
para maane es:
J. Herrera S b.
L. Cumberbatch cf.
A. Duggan 2b.
P. Otorio lf
E. Oso rio Ib.
E. Prez c.
L. Sanjur ss.
J. Clarke rf.
A. Rosales p.
L. MO KAP lf.
T. Me. Kay rf.
R. Oberto cf.
R. Ramos cf.
S. Boy re c.
P. Rodrguez 2b.
J. Samudio ib.
H. Mariscal ss.
R. Calcedo p.
Por la calidad de pelota que
juegan ambos equipos, se espe- i
ra la concurrencia de un nume-
roso pblico, ya que la entrada
es completamente libre.
Felipe Perdn
es oficial de
SAN LUIB, Marzo (UP) ri
SnPSSS de J? c*nnelitas
Bill Dewit anunci que su lan-
zador estrella Ned Garver ha
firmado su contrato concedin-
dole el aumento substancial"
Tambin firmwcon la novena
el ex-lanzador Yankees Duane
AfXTON, Marzo 8 (Por A. Ch.V-
En un interesante y animado*
partido de Baseball, el equipo
de Antn se Impuso al conjunto
de Penonom por anotacin de
'C carreras a 5.
Numerosa concurrencia pre-
tendo el encuentro, donde am-
itos conjuntos se desplegaron a
fondo, ofreciendo una satisfac-
erla actuacin.
Tiene Importante reunin es-
esta tarde a las 5 y 30 en el
Estadio Olmpico y pide a todos
los comisionados e interesados
ft asistencia a esta sesin.
La directiva de este Club tal
como lo estipulan los Estatutos
cita por este medio a los si-
guientes jugadores:
M. Urrlola, V. Patino. M. Tu-
n, R. Richard, G. Jules y V.
Arosemena;p ara arreglar cierto
asunto a la reunljn de maa-
na a las 7.30 p.m. en el lugar
de sesiones del Club.
I SeoaromsYO.
?u> en odo eutu6)

suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
y mil artculos ms
Avenida Central M CLUB Telefene t-2404
Nmina de Oficiales que
Dirigen los Encuentros
Vicent Farrell Estados Unidos
de Amrica.
Eduardo Alraldi Rlvarola Pe-
Csar Reg Montelro Porto
Felipe Anauate Brasil.
Carlos B. Ceballos Cedea
Benedicto Flores Chile.
Ernesto Romero Paraguay.
Ernesto Alvarez Fausto M-
Ernesto Lastra Argentina
Felipe Perdomo, Panama.
Fernando Valds Barrlentos
Traemos a nuestras pginas
deportivas la fotografa del gran
director de softball Miguel "Sic-
kl" Mas, quien mantiene invicto
al equipo de 'ptica Sosa" en
el torneo del Softball Social de
esta ciudad y que es considerado
romo uno de los mejores direc-
tores del patio. Slcky Mas, buen
amigo de los periodistas, na ve-
nido actuando como "umpire"
de bases en los juegos que vie-
nen sosteniendo los equipos de
los dlasaos locales.
Los Tigres volvieron
a imponerse a los
Alacranes en softball
Los Tigres de Coln volvieron
imponerse a los Alacranes de
a capital en la Serle de S.ft-
ball que estn sosteniendo, esta
vez por 4 carreras a 2 en el
atractivo y movido Juego que
sostuvieron ltimamente en la
ciudad atlntica ante numero-
sa concurrencia.
Los vencedores pegaron diez
imparables y los perdedores sie-
te incoglbles. Cecilio Alberga
fu el lanzad .r ganador y Cha-
cha Granados carg con la de-
Despus del partido, los Ti-
gres agasajaron a los Alacranes
en Puerto Piln.
Los Tigres y Alacranes estn
sosteniendo una Serle de Soft-
ball de cinco partidos, los colo-
nenses ganaron el primer Jue-
go por 7 a 2 y ahora triunfaron
por 4 a 2. El prximo encuen-
tro tendr lugar el domingo 18
de Marzo en el Estadio Olmpico.
Empatados 3 quipos
mi el comando del
basketball de Anin
ANTON, Mareo 8 (Por A. Ch.l
Triple empate se form en el
primer lugar del Campeonato de
Basketball de este lugar con loa
resultados de los ltimos Juegos,
donde el Compa termin con el
invicto de los policas al vencer'
los por 15 a 11; despus el Tem-
blos tambin se Impuso a la
Polica por 25 a 23, y luego el
Quico mejor su opcin al im-
ponerse al Compa por 30 a 18.
El Juego Compa vs Polica re-
sult reido y agrad a la afi-
cin saliendo al fin ganadores
los primeros; los mejores fueron
Eladio Locano por los vencedo-
res y Pando Bentacourt por los
perdedores. En el partido Tam-
blos vs Polica, las anotaciones
estuvieron casi parejas en todo
momento, y el Tembl logr
ganan por solo dos puntos. Los
mayores anotadores fueron Cu-
rro Bernal con 8 puntos por los
ganadores y Efran Veliz con 8
puntos por los perdedores.
Los sastres de Quico con gran
destreza dominaros todo el par-
tido a los pupilos del Compa
Flix para Imponerse amplia-
Los prximos Juegos anuncia
dos son: Polica vs Quico y Com-
pa vs Temblos.
El Santa Fe gan ayer
un juego perfecto en
el baseball infantil
El Joven lanzador Esteban Ca-
rrillo se luci ayer cuando se
anot en forma sensa clone' un
Juego "no hit, no run", al ganar
su equipo de la Botica ban^a 4 a
el compromiso contra el con-
junto Santa Ana de la Liga In-
fantil de baseball de Santa Rita.
En los cinco episodios que du-
r el Juego, E. Carrillo efectiva-
mente respaldado por sus com-
paeros de cuadro no permitie-
ron libertades a sus contrarios,
quienes no lograron pegar in-
coglbles ni anotar carreras. El
manager del Santa F es Jos
Tejelra Velasco.
Por otra parte tenemos que e!
Deportivo Angellnl y Deportivo
Fuller de la misma Liga, co-
menzarn maana una serie de
tres partidos en el cuadro del
Instituto Nacional.

La Federacin de Baseball declar
sin valor su resolucin contra el
destacado deportista Ramn G. Prez
La Resolucin No. 4 de lai
Federacin Nacional de Baseball
Amateur de Panam, por medio
de la cual se imponan snelo- j
nes al Sr. Ramn G. Prez ex-
Presldente de la Liga Provin-
cial de Panam, fu revocada
y declarada sin valor alguno
por aquella entidad en su sesin
reglamentaria de anoche..
La revcate ra fu solicitada
por la Liga Provincial, y a la
sesin asisti el Sr. Prez para
Lustrar el debate.
En esa misma sesin tom po-
sesin el nuevo Federado por P
nam, Sr. Joaqun Ortega.
Fu discutido un preyecto del
Sr. Ortega por medio del cual
se reglamenta el salto de los Ju-
gadores amateurs al profesiona-
lismo, el cual pas a estudio de
una comisin que rendir Infor-
me en la prxima reunin.

iNo bay nada que se compare a conservar una
apariencia de juventud y de salud! Usted se siente
mejor. Usted es ms admirado. Es por eso que
cada da ms y mis hombres usan Aqua Velva.
Unas gotitas de Aqua Velva despus de afeitarse
activan la circulacin, estimulan la piel, y usted se
siente el rostro fresco y lozano. (Fragancia vigori-
zante que se distingue! Prubelo maana mismo.
La locin pora despus do
afeitare ms popular del mundo

"Hasta el ltimo hombre" es una
de las ms crispantes pelculas
do de las suyas. La Avena
Quaker siempre atenta a pre-
sentar al pblico un espectacu:
lo de primera calidad est pre-
sentando sus programas diarlos
a las 3:30 de la tarde con la
participacin de Augusto White
en el rol de Claudio, White es
una verdadera revelacin, a
pesar de ser tan joven ya es
un maestro de la escena.
En marcha hacia los siete mares en donde el peligro ame-
na ms fuerte, all van los del Cuerpo de !nfantena de Mari-
nade E.U., llenando pginas de herosmo En -HASTA BtTUL-
TIMO HOMBRE" (Halls of Monteiuma) el drama pico que es-
frenan hoy los Teatros LUX y CECILIA simuUneamente los
Infantes de Marina cubren con gloria un capitulo inolvidable de
U guerra del Pacifico. Richard Widmark. como el ^'K"*?;
do, pero comprensivo, que lleva a sus hombres a la conquista de
un, isla defendida por los japoneses con bombas cohetes ofrece
U actuacin ms brillante de su vida "HAS1A EL ^hrmo
HOMBRE", en una superproduccin de la 20th Century Fox.
El pblico de Panam espe-
ra con verdadera ansiedad el
acontecimiento cumbre de la
temporada, la presentacin de
la conocida obra de Jorge
Isaacs, "Maria". La versin ra-
diofnica de esta delicada obra
de literatura, ha sido encomen-
dada a nuestra libretista Ins
Santos, y una conocida firma
de la localidad est verdadera-
mente interesada en la presen-
tacin de est obra, ya que sin
haber sido presentada se han
recibido muchsimas cartas y
llamadas telefnicas, para que
la direccin de la Red Paname-
ricana presente cuanto antes,
la novela ms espiritual, ms
humana y sencilla de todos
los tiempos, "Maria", tenemos
noticias que los protagonistas
que llevarn la responsabilidad
de la obra son Anoland Daz.
en el papel de Mara y Edgar
del Este en el papel de Efran.
Sigue triunfando "El Caballero
El Caballero Varona, es la
novela que sigue triunfando por
los canales de la Red, los cl-
garrlllos Camels, han dado en
el blanco con estas presenta-
ciones, pues el pblico escucha
con verdadero nteres cada epi-
sodio de esta interesante radio-
novela. Eldha de Icasa en el
papel de Alejandra est mag-
nfica, fra, muy duea de al,
muy seora. El Caballero Va-
rona, como siempre, cnico, a-
pasionado y tratando de con-
quistar un Imposible que es A-
lejandra, la Rafaela, convertida
por amor al Caballero Varona,
en una mujer sin escrpulos,
Portales est muy bien encar-
nado por Edgar del Este, quien
cada dia se destaca como un
fino galn, Ramn Levy (el mu
chachn) como lempre simp-
tico y sonriente, ajeno apenas
y sinsabores, desempea a las
maravillas el papel de Conde
Cambrales. Esta novela se
transmite todos los das a las
7:15 de la noche, de lunes a
"El Hijo Perdido", apasiona
al pblico
El radiodrama de la Avena
<}uaker, El Hijo Perdido, sigue
en su cadena de triunfos, Clau-
dlo de Granvllle. sigue haclen-
Llncoln del Pino, Gerente de
la emisora ms popular de Pa-
tacln de novedosos programas
por la HOA. Sin lugar a du-
das la RPA establecer una
pauta en lo que a presenta-
cin de programas se refiere.
Todo ser distinto algo nun-
ca visto en nuestra radio por
lo cual constituir un gran
Esta columna aparecer dia-
riamente en este peridico y
en ella daremos a conocer los
ms diversos comentarlos de la
radio nacional y extranjera.
Cualquier colaboracin de nes-1 recibida en nuestros estudios d
tros estimados lectores ser bien' la Red Panamericana.
3:00 Msica variada
8:15 Una Mujer sin Importan
ca. Novela.
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3-45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.PA.
4:15 Solos de piano
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
8:15 Filigranas Musicales
6:30 Tartn "El Hombre
Mono" Episodios
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
por Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:00 El Caballero Varona
Novela "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
7:45 Donde el Ro Nace
Novela dramatizada
6.00 Hat trombone*.
8:15 Boleros de hoy
8:30 Msica de Lecuona
8:45 Canta Blng Crosby
9:00 Msica hawallana
9:15 Hermanas Padilla
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica 8in Palabras
10:30 Cancionero
11:00 Buenas noches
A.M. *
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 El despertador musical
6:30 Noticiero RPA
7 00 La Voz del Interior
Jos Mendieta
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Canciones favoritas
9 00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias Tropicales
10:00 Dedicatorias
11:30 Msica variada
11:45 Msica tpica
12:00 Valses
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
1:00 Comentarios deportivos
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Espaoleras
1:30 Acordes, porteos
1:45 Msica variada
2:00 Noticias,
Lotera Nacional
2:15 Dedicatorias
Fue asesinado el
premier de Irn,
LONDRES, marzo 8. (UP)
Fuentes oficales expresan temor
de que las "influencias extra-
as" tomen ventaja de la si-
tuacin creada por el asesinato
de Razmara.
Se dijo que el comentarlo fi-
nal dependera del Informe del
Embajador britnico en Irn,
pero que las noticias indican
que no ha habido mvil poltico
en el asesinato. Agregan que es-
te crimen puede ser el camino
hacia desrdenes internos. Ta-
les fuentes se refieren a os ru-
sos y a los comunistas declara-
dos fuera de ley, cuando los
mencionan como "influencias
El premier Al Razmara fue
asesinado mientras atenda una
reunin religiosa. Recibi dos ti-
ros en la cabeza, que se cree le
quitaron la vida Instantnea-
mente. El hecho ocurri a las
10:30 de la maana. Su atacan-
te fue "el carpintero Abdallah
Movased Rastedal, miembro de
la secta Fldayam.
El Shah cit inmediatamente
a sus asesores y llam a Khalil
Fahimi, ministro sin cartera de
Razmara, para que se encargara
del gobierno. Se ha Informado
que el Shah ha Invocado la ley
Razmara movi la poltica del
Irn hacia una ms estrecha a-
mlstad con Rusia y firm re-
cientemente un pacto con el
Soviet, pero se cuid de mante-
ner una buena amistad con el
Occidente. Se le consideraba
como un hombre de accin y
trabajaba de 16 a 18 horas dia-
rlas. Cuando se encarg en Ju-
nio ltimo, barri con todos los
viejos ministros que hablan di-
rigido Irn en forma poco com-
petente y que haban corrom-
pido el gobierno.
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VOL. 1
NUM. 10

17 S INCREBLE! Y porque increble
M-J cernir que hacer esfuerzos desespe-
rados para que la lectora lo crea. Hay una
estrella, de las mas populares de Hollywood,
que lleva casada con el mismo marido
quince aos! Y por si no fuera poco par*
dejar con la boca abierta de un palmo a
cualquiera, ese marido es el nico, esposo
que ha ceido.
Con mucho gusto dar el nombre de la
estrella para que la compadezca: Claudette
Colbert. Y el esposo, que lleva trazas de
ser crnico, es el Dr. Joel Pressman al que
la estrella llam un da, en 1933, para
que la atendiera en una indisposicin, y
la Nochebuena de aquel mismo ao cele-
braron la boda. "No dura", dijeron todos,
menos los novios. /
Despus de quince aos en que ella no
def de ser estrella y l tampoco dej de
ser mdico, Claudette Colbert ni siquiera
le llama Joelito sino que le dice cariosa-
mente Jack. El Dr. Pressman tampoco le
llama a ella Claudettita. Emplea el nombre
de "Cookie", que quiere decir galletica. Des-
pus de quince largos aos estn como
dos trtolos.
Lo ms extraordinario es que Claudette
Colbert no es una excepcin. Creo que ha
llegado el terrible momento de desencan-
tarla, seora. Es mi deber periodstico, por
penoso que sea
Nccesitaria pginas y pginas para apun-
tar los nombres y datos matrimoniales de
astros y estrellas de Hollywood que se casa-
ron para siempre, que no han pensado en
el divorcio y se resignan a perder toda la
publicidad que las desavenencias matrimo-
niales proporcionan a las luminarias. Lo
que pierden en publicidad lo ganan en
bienestar casero.
Lucille Ball, por si se le olvida que est
casada con Desi Arnaz desde hace ms de
diez aos sin que le hayan dado a ganar
un centavo a los abogados que se especia-
lizan en divorcios, lleva siempre un bra-
zalete grabado con la siguiente inscripcin:
"Me llamo Lucille Ball Arnaz. Si me pier-
do, devulvame a mi amo, Desi".
Me complace informar que no se ha per-
dido nunca Eso a pesar de que segn dice
su esposo, Desiderio Alberto Arnaz y de
Acha, en los diez aos y pico que llevan
de casados todava no ha aprendido Lucille
pronunciar completa y correctamente el
nombre y apellido de su marido. Por mu-
cho menos motivo que este se divorcian al-
gunos astros en Hollywood.
Si adems se tiene en cuenta que Desi-
derio, como buen cubano, tiene un carcter
impetuoso y Lucille es de las que salta a
la menor contrariedad, que hayan celebra-
do el dcimo aniversario de boda hace
unos meses en completo idilio es para que
Hollywood no los perdone nunca.
No se lo diga a nadie, pero yo s por l
mismo que Desi Arnaz es celoso. Bueno
pues ni aun as se ha logrado que pensaran
jams en divorciarse. Si alguna vez se oye
ruido de vajilla que se rompe en la finca
de Chatsworth, en California, donde viven
el .. que se han cansado de comer en ella
y la estn rompiendo para' comprar un
juego nuevo.
Todos estos no son casos aislados. Ni
aislan en Hollywood a los matrimonios
que no se divorcian. Uno de los actores
por Aurelio Pego
En Hollywood, crame sinceramente, hoy mucho mayor nmero de matrimonios estables que inestables.
Aunque parece, por lo que uno lee en los peridicos, que los artistas de la pantalla americana se di-
vorcian todos los das, hay muchos ms das en que no se divorcia ninguno. Ya sabemos que stos dejan
mal el nombre de Hollywood, pero la verdad, seora, es la verdad.
que goza de ms reputacin en la ciudad
del cine es Spencer Tracy. Nadie le echa
en cara que haga cerca de veinte aos que
est casado con la misma mujer, Louise
Tredwell, que era una actriz de teatro y
trabajaba en la misma compaa que l
cuando se conocieron y se casaron. Su dos
hijos, Luisa (que el actor llama Susie) y
Juanito, afirman que en su casa jams han
odo a sus padres pronunciar la palabra
divorcio. Es que no la necesitan y si la
suprimieran de los diccionarios Tracy y
su esposa no la echaran nunca de menos.
Charles Bickford, el gran actor de ca-
rcter, lleva casado, con la misma mujer,
por supuesto, 31 aos. Tiene una hija ca-
sada y es abuelo. Puede que la hija, si no
sale a sus padres, se divorcie algn da. A
sus progenitores que viven en Palisades del
Rey, a media hora de Hollywood, slo pue-
de divorciarlos la muerte.
(Tengo que mencionar a Charles Laugh-
ton y su esposa, la celebrada actriz de ca-
rcter, Elsa Lancasetr, que llevan ms de
veinte aos de casados? Hablarles de di-
vorcio es ofenderles. No ser yo quien
les otenda.
La hermana de Lorctta Young, Georgia-
na, es la esposa de Ricardo Montalbn,
desde 1944. Al paso que van, querindose
ms cada da, seguirn casados en 1964
Ricardo dice que cada da que pasa quiere
Uno de lot matrimonial que aif N atieren -n Hollywood, y fuera Ae Hollywood,
habindote catado en 1944, et al de Ricardo Monlalbm y Georgiano loung, herma-
na do Lorottm Young, qua aqu lo* memo; Ion rariotot como tiemmre em la
tala de tu cota de Beterly Hlllt, el barrio aritlocrlico de Hollywood.
ms a Georgie. Aun lleva en el bolsillo,
muy dobladita, la hoja de revista con el
retrato de ella, donde la vio por primera
vez y se dio una enamorada que ha tenido
como resultado tres hijos: Laura, Marcos y
Anita. Todas las escenas de amor de la
pantalla las ensaya Ricardo Montalbn con
su esposa. Por cierto que la conoci un
da en misa. Aunque quisieran, que no
quieren, no podran divorciarse: los dos
son fervientes catlicos.
Veintitrs aos, nada menos que 23 aos
llevan casados Fredric March y su esposa,
la renombrada actriz Florence Eldridge. Lo
que ocurre es que los peridicos no publi-
can sino las noticias de los divorcios. La
de los matrimonios felices, de muchos aos,
no llegan a los diarios, se quedan en casa
de esos mismos matrimonios.
Irene Dunne, Bob Hope, Jane Russell,
Charles Boyer, el mismo Alan Ladd .. son
tantos los que se han casado para siempre
en Hollywood'que en cuestin de matrimo-
nios estables compite valientemente con Te-
gucigalpa, Quito o cualquiera ciudad de
nuestra Amrica.

los Muebles Separados Resuelven Muchos Problemas de Espado

**. sel
Arriba: Do* plexo* de ditema tipeciai formmn un lof eiquinero. Se pueden atar como
una tola unidad i la pared et larga, o frente por /rente, a ambn lado* de una venta-
na. Lo dot fuego* que aparecen aqu ton creacione* de F. B. Arthur. Derecha:
Do* precioto* mofa* y urna leccin central que puede *er u*ada como una butatm tepa-
rada. Lo* tofo* puedan formar un mueble pequeo o dejando lat tret pirin unta;
una grande. Todo* un* muy cmodo* morque traen cojine* hecho* de goma eiponjota.
zar con un o do* secciono y regarles
UNA DE l*$ innovaciones mis prcticas
que se han introducido en los hogares
modernos es el tipo de muebles que se
adapta a las variadas circunstancias de la
vida del hogar. Es verdaderamente una idea
genial y se presta especialmente para los
matrimonios jvenes va que pueden empe-
otras, poco poco, segn aumenta el ta-
mao de la casa y, lo que es ms al caso,
la cuenta de banco!
El juego de tres piezas que la mayora
de fabricantes ofrece presenta sus propios
problemas cuando el espacio es limitado.
Tres piezas que sean lo suficientemente
grandes para proporcionar comodidad, ton
poco manejables y con mucha frecuencia
resulta difcil acomodarlas en lugares pe-
queos en forma que se vean bien y que
dejen espacio suficiente entre si. En ese
momento es cuando una de estas unidades
de asiento viene a resolver el problema,
proporcionando un sof y sillas que pueden
ser separados alternando sus posiciones y
variando adems su aspecto segn la* ne-
cesidades especiales del lugar o del mo-
mento. Por eso son un maravilla de
Por Que Hay Tortugas de Agua y de Fierra
EL HIPOPTAMO y el elefante son los ms fornidos entre los ani-
males, pero son amigos, por lo menos as lo dice una tradicin
oral de las tribus del centro del Africa que viene desde los tiempos en
que los animales vivan todos en pacifica comunidad.
Un da la tortuga vino a verlos. Tan fuertes como eran, les dijo,
ninguno podra ganarte a tirar de una cuerda. Se rieron de ella pero
aceptaron el reto.
Desdeosamente, viendo la pequenez de la tortuga, el hipoptamo
apost 10.000 monedas. Un extremo de la cuerda fu atado a una
pata del hipoptamo y el otro a una de la tortuga. Apenas su con-
tendor se sumergi en el agua del ro, la tortuga dio varias veces vuel-
ta alrededor de un 'rbol macizo y se escondi detrs.
Cansado de tirar, el hipoptamo sali a la superficie echando fu-
riosos chorros de agua por las fosas nasales para gran regocijo de los
dems animales que presenciaban el torneo. La tortuga entretanto, se
haba desprendido del rbol y avanz a la orilla del ro para mostrar
su rival la cuerda an atada a su pata, como la haba dejado el hipo-
ptamo. Pag este la apuesta y la tortuga se retir a disfrutar en fa-
milia de su fortunita.
Pero el dinero se va ligero, an entre los animales. As es que la
tortuga march a ver al elefante y cruz otra apuesta por 10.000 mo-
nedas. Pero esta vez era la tortuga la que deba sumergirse en el ro
cuyas profundidades conoca bien. At en torno de una roca el extre-
mo de la cuerda que iba amarrada a su pata y esper. Tanto tir
el elefante que la cuerda se rompi y entonces apareci la tortuga en
la superficie mostrando a los espectadores que el extremo de la cuerda
segua atado a una de sus extremidades.
El elefante no haba n/dido sacarla del agua, as! como el hipop-
tamo haba fracasado en su empeo de tirarla al agua. Pag el elefante
los 10.000 dineros y la tortuga se retir a disfrutar* de ellos con su
Entretanto el hipoptamo y el elefante pusieron a trabajar sus cor-
tos magines para decidir lo que deban de hacer con este animal que
evidentemente era ms fuerte que ellos. Los pobres animalotes no se
daban cuenta de que la fuerza estaba en la astucia de la tortuga no
en sus msculos.
La invitaron finalmente a que se fuera a vivir con ellos y a set
amigos y aliados para siempre. La tortuga acept pero, como no poda
vivir con los dos a la vez, ella se ira a morar con el hipoptamo en el
agua mientras su hijo e quedara a vivir con el elefante en tierra.
Y fueron amigos y nunca ms compitieron. Y por eso hay dos ca-
le* de tortugas; unas que viven, en el agua y otra que viven en tierra.
La* frua tienen un uto un-
certa! y fueron el primer paetre
que no* brind la naiuralaaa y
ti tamo* m eer, el mil taludable.
Se utan para el detayuno, para
el almuerto, pawn la comida.
Pueden teirte cruda, cocida;
teca, cubierta* o en contervai.
En fago cama bebida refretcan-
U y en torbete a helado* me*-
dad el fugo con leche a ere-
mm -a can almbar y dora* de
huevo batida* a la nieve, eon
delicila* y mmy moda*. En el
rgimen moderado no deben fal-
tar, parque tuminittran ele-
mento* vitle* pora I talud no
luplidot par la comida de hoy
da, que debido al acelerado rit-
mo de la vida actual, he opera-
do un cambio notable en ti tor-
vicio da la meta.
Refranes Populares
El que no la debe, no la teme. I La cara del santo hace el milagro.

El mejor dado, es no jugarlo. Lo que Dios da, bendito est.
No tienes qu cocinar, pero invi- El que algo quiere, algo le ha
tas a almorzar. I de costar.
Import. U Itema
Ahora puede usted blinquer su
cutis ... su cara, su cuello, sus
brazos y sus manos se iluminaran
con un clan belleza! Al aclarar la
piel, tambin se desvanecen Us
peca! U Crema Bell Aurora, pare
blanquear el culi y deivanecer la
pecat, aclare coniiderablemente la
tonalidad de la le y I hace apare-
cer m joven, m uave, m fina!
. porque, al mimo tiempo que
blanquea, te da refinamiento a la
Mucha mujeres ignoran etie e-
ereto de bellea aunque ya te
han vendido 52 millones de bo
de la Crema Bella Aurora para blan-
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espere a oir lat frate de admiracin
de tut amigot... deiput que usred
use la Crema Bella Aurora!
i a chima Salta Rulota
(oro blonquaor al culi y dasvoftacr
lo p*coal
0. Vento en Foraaocioa y rVrviwof
Cuestionario de
Conoce Ud. elotroHol-'
lywood, donde la gen*
te se cata y NO te di-
vorcia? ...........Paj.2
Por que hay tortugas de
agua y de tierra?------Pg.S
Depende el espacio en
las habitaciones de la
disposicin de los mue-
ble? .............P*.S
Conoce Ud. la* tiove-
dides de Vogue sobre
trajes para nios? Pags.5y6
Qu hacer contra el im-r
-.pulso de hostilizar a _^_
una suegts buen?... P*>
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Consejos para el Bienestar
de la Madre en Cierne
Ahora, Mientras Llega el Beb ...
Usted es un futura madre moderna y no cree en "vicias
historias", as es que hagamos un resumen de los puntos dis-
cutidos en lo artculos ya publicados de esta terie que ter-
mina hoy, y que esperamos sirva para tranquilizar las dudas
j preocupaciones que se le hubieren presentado.
COMER POR DOSno hay ningn motivo ni excusa
para que comience usted una sobrealimentacin tal que real-
mente coma por do. Durante la segunda mitad del perodo
prenatal de su beb, debe usted comer ms, pero bastar con
un quinto ms que lo habitual. En realidad, es a calUsd de
su comida lo que debe ser suficiente para dos, no su cantidad.
Tampoco debe creer que puede controlar el peso de su beb .
por nacer, por el hecho de controlar su comida. Tomar l
lo que le es necesario para su desarrollo. Desde luego, no
hablamos de madres en alarmante estado de desnutricin.
ta y setenta y cinco por ciento de las mujeres que esperan
su beb, se quejan de malestares por la maana. Esto es ge-
neralmente modificado por medio de regmenes adecuados y
de un cambio en la actitud mental. Muchas veces los snto-
mas de malestar por la maana son una protesta subconsciente
contra un estado que cambia la vida social o de trabajo O
puede incluso ser originado por un estado de "miedo econ-
mico", que no tiene razn de ser, sobre todo en una poca
en que hay tanta proteccin, incluso econmica, alrededor del
nacimiento de un nio.
INFLUENCIAS PRENATALESEl tener agradables pen-
samientos, el ver cosas bonitas durante el perodo de espera
del beb, hacen mucho en favor de la madre, pero respecto al
beb, lo nico deseable es que la madre est en calma. Desde
luego, cuando el beb haya nacido ya es una historia diferente.
CHATOSSi se ha acostumbrado a usar antes tacones bajos,
muy bien! Pero de otro modo se sentir usted perfectamente
incmoda. Descarte, naturalmente, los tacones exageradamen-
te altos; limtese a que sus zapatos constituyan un slido ao-
NO FUMARUno que otro cigarrillo, no aspirando el
humo, no dejndose llevar desde esos pocos a una cantidad
grande, no es considerado peligroso. Eso s, despdase de los
"cocktails", pero puede tomar otras bebidas a condicin de
que no tengan gran contenido alcohlico y que no la hagan
llegar a sentirse mareada.
caminar, puesto que es higinico y agradable, pero no llegar
al punto de sentirse exhausta. Incluso la marcha a paso mo-
derado constituye el deporte que debe procurarse usted, puesto
que los dems le son momentneamente tab, pero no debe
usted creerse llamada ahora a batir records.
solutamente ridicula, ya que su cabello ya haba ido crecien-
do mucho antes que comenzara el desarrollo del beb por nacer.
de tener un primer beb en condiciones perfectamente favo-
rables, prcticamente a cualquier edad. Es ms fcil a los
veinte o veinticinco porque est usted en mejores condicione
Nada ms.
LOS FAMOSOS "ANTOJOS"No hay razn para que
a una hora extempornea se le ocurra comer lo que no hay
en su casa. Su dieta ya indicada es todo lo que debe preocu-
parla, de suerte que controle sus caprichos tal como lo ha
hecho durante toda su vida.

Descartemos esas ideas absurdas en este nmero, porque en
el prximo nmero nos proponemos considerar la realidad
que es mucho ms placentera.
"Cmo por Arte de Mafia" se puede "multiplicar"
un ambiente... Un mtodo uto-analtico que permi-
te la duea de casa saber si es ordenada o no...
Un modelo "oriental" de tapetico tejido... Vosjue
presenta un vestido para toda ocasin... Nuevas
creaciones de Raphael en Pars... Consejos prcticos
para las costureras domsticas... No es tan cierto eso
de que la igualdad haya hecho felices a las mujeres.
Como Interpretar las He cetas
Para tener xito en la repostera,*
lo ingredientes deben ser de prime-
ra clase y las medidas exactas.
Hsriru: De no especificarte lo
contrario, la harina indicada en las
recetas de cocina es harina pura, de
trigo. Para bizcocho de consisten-
cia delicada, deber usarse harina
de pastelera. Sin embargo, la hari-
na que se emplea para pan, o sea
harina pura de trigo, tambin resul-
ta satisfactoria, pero debe cernirte
con cuidado. Adems es necesario
usar 2 cucharadas menos por cada
taza de las que pide la receta.
Polvo di Hornear; La levadura
a base de crmor trtaro es prefe-
rible por sus resultados uniformes.
Bsto asegura una textura fina, un
gusto delicado, preservando los biz-
cochos por ms tiempo frescos.
MantequilU o Manteca: Es pre-
ferible usar mantequilla en la pre-
paracin de la pastelera y se reco-
mienda para los azucarados y relle-
nos. Puede usarse tambin mitad
manteca y mitad mantequilla.
Azcar: Al referirse en las rece-
tas a "azcar", debe entenderse az-
car granulada, a menos que se es-
pecifique diferente clase de azcar.
Con azcar en polvo se hace una
pastelera /ina, pero se secar ms
pronto. El azcar para confituras,
o sea azcar para azucarados, se usa
para azucarar en fro, o sea para
azucarados no cocinados.
Leche: Al referirse a leche quie-
re decir leche fresca. Si se usa le-
che agria, debe agregarse a la receta
un poco de soda ademas del polvo
de hornear. Por cada taza de leche
agria, adase Vi de cucharadita de
soda. Tambin puede usarse leche
evaporada, no endulzada, en vez de
leche fresca. La leche evaporada se
mezcla con igual cantidad de agua.
Chocolate: Para cocinar al horno
se uta generalmente chocolate no
endulzado. Se hace derretir el cho-
colate i las indicaciones detalladas
para prepararlo y aadirlo se encon-
trarn en las recetas mismas. Ev-
tese calentar el chocolate demasiado,
pues tiende a cuajarse y quemarse.
Derrtase sobre agua caliente, (a ba-
o de Mara). Enfrese un poco an-
tes de agregarlo a Ja mezcla.
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Hablemos del Matrimonio
Una Carta Que No Se Parece a Ninguna
"Estimados esposos Kling:
rSi contino buscndole defectos
mi suegra, criticando todo cuando
hace en presencia de mi marido y
buscndole la boca en cuanto a su
madre, lograre finalmente que lie
gue a sentir antipata por ella?
"Tengo a mi esposo en un plano
en el cual ha llegado, en realidad,
a sentir temor de ver a su madre
No es que mi suegra sea insoporta-
ble En vetdad, es mu jet bondado
a que ha hecho mucho por nosotros,
lo que pasa es que no puedo su-
frir que mi marido mire a ninguna
ctra mujer ms que a mi. Cuando
'estoy presente, casi no le habla
Qu puedo hacer para lograr que
te mantenga esta situacin?
"Yo s que l la quiere mucho
pero no lo demuestra y mi suegm
njnca se queja aunque a veces me
parece sospechar que ha estado llo-
rando. Cree usted que se est dan
do cuenta de mi proceder?"
Totalmente Equivocada
R. Desde que comenzamos a es-
cribir estos artculos hemos recib
do. incontables cartas singulares pe-
ro la de usted, seora ma, es tal
vez la ms absurda de todas Si
hay alguna esposa que est equivo
cada, esa esposa es usted, .im.ihli
comunicante En verdad, tal com
portamiento ultrajante, tanto para
con su suegra como para con su
esposo, es evidentemente el produi
to de una mente neurtica
Una buena esposa se preocup
por mantener las mejores relacione
posibles con sus parientes polticos.
Usted se sale de lo normal para inci-
tar camorra y para enajenar t un
hijo del afecto natural que tiene
que sentir por sus padres. Si tu
suegra fuera una mujer entremeti-
da e intrigante que entorpeciera el
suave funcionamiento de su hogar,
tal vez habra excusa para su pecu-
liar comportamiento.
Pero, segn sus propias palabras
de usted, es "mujer bondadosa" que
slo piensa en el bien de ustedes
i Y usted le paga su bondad y ge-
nerosidad tratando de crear una ene-
mistad entre hijo y madre!
Usted Sufrir ...
e'Nos pregunta qu debe hacer
usted para seguir manteniendo a
su esposo en el mismo plano a
que lo ha llevado? Una buena for-
ma de lograrlo es seguir procedien-
do corno hasta ahora. Si su esposo
es dbil, si su carcter es tal que
puede ser fcilmente dominado o
La inteligencia slo sirve en mu-
chos casos para que nos engaen
ms fcilmente.
En amor lo que ms fastidia ti
hombre hastiado, es lo que ms le
halagaba cuando amaba
El avaro lo es slo de sus bienes:
n cambio, suele ser extremada
nente prdigo en consejos
torcido por su personalidad neur-
tica de usted, puede que con el
tiempo llegue, efectivamente, a de-
testar a su madre que es el fin que
aparenetmente, persigue usted.
Pero existe una probabilidad idn-
tica de que su proceder actual est
simplemente almacenando odio re-
primido y furia contenible en tu
esposo. Tarde o temprano ver cla-
ro y descubrir la criatura egosta
y sin corazn que es usted y cuan
do esto suceda, no slo habr usted
enajenado en su esposo al amor a
su madre sino que lo cual es an
ms importante por lo que a usted
le toca directamente se habr ena-
jenado tambin su amor a usted
Inevitablemente, ese castillo de
naipes que tan cuidadosamente ha
erigido usted se vendr al suelo, de-
jndola completamente aislada con
su odio y sus prejuicios tan tolo
para consolarse.
Complejo de Inferioridad
Unas frases finales: sus intensos
celos estn basados en un sentimien-
to de inferioridad o de inseguridad
del cual puede que no se d usted
cuenta. Es este sentimiento, en ver-
dad, de que tal vez usted fio pueda
retener siempre a su esposo el que
ha hecho de usted una sadista. Si
est usted genuinamente interesada
en conservar su afecto, haga un es-
fuerzo sincero por conocer las razo-
nes bsicas de su comportamiento. Si
un auto-anlisis rgido no le da resul-
tados, haga el favor de ver cuanto
antes a un buen psiquiatra. Todavfa
est usted a tiempo!
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