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PANAMA. R. P., SUNDAY; MARCH 11, 1951
TEN CENTI
UN Artillery Pounds Reds In Dawn Attack
.S. Ponders
e Big Agency
or Foreign Aid
By Harry W. Frantz
WASHINGTON, March 10 (UP). Feasi-
bility of one big foreign economic aid agency to
administer United States economic assistance
.projects-to-free-nations in all areas is being
studied in numerous governmental agencies
here with indications of growing support.
(Such an agency could not be established
without approval by Congress, but views are be-
ing formulated in executive departments in ex-
pectation of future hearings.
As it Is being discussed here,
the one "big agency" might com-
piehend the function of ECA in
rope under the Marshall Flan,
and aid projects in southeastern
Asia, the Point-4 program, the
Office of International Trade and
various special programs related
to the defense program.
Financial agencies such as the
Export-Import Bank would re-
main independent, but more
closely coordinated with the
broad international economic
policies. New liaison machinery
with the United Nations and OAS
specialized agencies would be ne-
cessary.
The one-big-agency in concept
would be of extraordinary im-
portance to the Latin American
republics, since it would mark a
shift here from the Inter-Amer-
ican regional economic thesis
towad a general economic pattern
embracing all free nations.
When the Economic Coopera-
tion Administration was estab-
lished, to administer the Marshall
Air program in Europe, many
Latin American republics felt
tiat they were being overlooked,
and for a time there was con-
siderable agitation for an Inter-
American "Marshall Plan."
Actually the Marshall Plan in
Burope has helped Latin Amer-
ica to the amount of about $750.-
000,000 since its organization, this
being the United States-financed
procurement by European coun-
tries for Latin American sugar,
copper, petroleum, fertilizers, cof-
fee, vegetables, oils and other
commodities.
When the Point-4 program was
announced. Latin American
countries were not specifically
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mentioned among the ".unde-
veloped areas" to be assisted, but
the Inter-American Economic
and Social Council moved swiftly
to identify the Western Hemis-
pjhere areas with the program.
As a consequence, allocations
and planning for Polnt-4 tech-
nical aid have been given steadily
increasing emphasis here.
Proponents of the one-big-
agency idea point out that at
least theoretically it would tend
to help United States assistance
to Latin American development
program.
Collazo Awaits Fate
Calmly In DC Jail
WASHINGTON, Mar. 10 (UP)
Oscar Collazo, the Puerto Pi-
can Nationalist, Is calmly await-
ing his fate in the District Jail
here following his conviction
for the first degree murder of
White House guard Leslie Cof-
felt, who died in the gun battle
in front of Blalr House Nov. 1
during an attempt on Presi-
dent Harry S. Truman's life.
The death penalty Is manda-
tory.
Guards aid today Collazo is
a model prisoner. He has caused
no fuss and has maintained the
poise he displayed during his
trial.
As neighbors In Death Row,
Collazo has two convicted murd-
erers and a rapist: but he lives
in virtual isolation, seeing only
his guards, relatives, attorney
and a priest.
He is allowed to see his priest
and lawyer privately but guards
keep constant watch when he
talks to his wife Rosa over the
telephone that penetrates the
glass partition in the visitors'
GIVING! M/Sgt. Michael F. Bulger (left), field first ser-
feant of Hradquar.< s Comn.-ny. Special Troops. Fort Ama-
dor, accepts the Rri Cross fund donation of SFC Marvin J.
Ward at the Red Cross table strategica'ly set up at the end
f the company pay line.
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Johnson Claims
US Wins Round
On Inflation
WASHINGTON, Mar. 10. (UP)
The United States has won its
irst victory over Inflation, Eco-
nomic Stabilizer Eric A. Johnston
sal today.
But at the same time he admit-
ted that the controls program
has not produced "spectacular"
results so far. He promised, how-
ever, that his agency will achieve
its goal of trying to halt the
"tragedy of inflation."
In his first report to the na-
tion on the controls program.
Johnston told consumers in tie
United States that they can look
forward to some rollbacks of
swollen prices. He warned, how-
ever, that unemployment and
black markets will result If a gen-
eral price cut is ordered.
Johnston'* report included a
mild rebuke to labor for refusing
to go along with the government's
mobilization program and said
that the labor delegates' walkout
from the Wage Board is not the
way to settle the argument for
modification of a 10 per cent pay
boost formula.
"Encouraged by the prospect
we will find a fair and workable
solution." Johnston said, adding,
"we will strive for effective
means to hold the cost of living
in line."
He told the nation to blame
price regulations on "every Com-
munist everywhere, not on other
Americans___ You and I know,
thai cost risas havtn't been stop-'
ped, price rises haven't been
stopped, wage Increases haven't
been stopped. But the rise of
prices has been slowed and tha'.'a
the first victory In battling in-
flation."
Johnston made his report
shortly after the Bureau of La-
bor Statistics reported that the
government's wholesale price in-
dex had ended its one-week drop
and hit another record high for
the week ending Feb. 27.
Morrison Steps Into
Big Four Deadlock
In 1st Day On Job
LONDON. March 10 (UP).
Herbert Morrison stepped into a
critical Big Four deadlock today
on his first day as Brltains For-
eign Secretary.
He was due for a fill-in tonight
from Ernest Davies, permanent
under-secretary to the Foreign
Office, who was flying In from
the Paris Big Four deputies' con-
ference.
Davies' first listed appoint-
ment was with outgoing Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin tonight
In Beviii's apartment. Arrange-
ments will be made for Morrison
to sit in on this conference, or
tp-see Davies later.
Featured on his tasks for next
week are conferences with Ital-
ian Prime Minister Alcide de
Oasperi and Foreign Minister
Count Carlo Sforza, but the Pa-
ris conference will remain his
main job.
Moscow messages say the So-
viet press reported Bevln's re-
signation and Morrison's ap-
pointment in four sentences,
without comment.
Soviet commentators are not
likelv to regret the shifting of
Bevin. who they have regarded
as the evil genius of British For-
eign policy. Thev hold him more
than anyone responsible for the
transition of the former wartime
alliance into active hostility
against the Soviet union.
Give!
A gracious, smiling, help-
ful woman, in the uniform of
the Red Cross Gray Ladles,
has become a familiar sight
In hospital in the Canal
Zone. The war is over, but
for some unfortunates in
our hospitals, both service
people and civilians, the war
can never be over. To them
tarticillarlv do the Gray
adies turn their attention
Visiting them In hospitals,
supplvinr reading material, '
tamps, stationery, playing
cards ames, cigarettes,
having and other toilet
supplies and accessories, and
perhaps better than all this,
providing .friendly, whole-
some conversation when the
need arises, __
SENATOR. KILLED A first-aid man attempts to help Sen.
Virgil M. Chapman, Kentucky Democrat, after his oar collided
with a truck-trailer in Washington. Seven hours later, in
Bethesda Naval Hospital, Chapman died.
Oscar G. Wallers.
Ex-Police Officer,
Dies In Orlando
News of the death Friday night
in Orlando, Florida, of former
Canal Zone police sergeant Os-
car O. Walters was received here
yesterday.
The news came in a cable from
William Stevenson, one-time
head of Balboa Customs, who re-
ported only that Mr. Walters had
died in Orlando.
One of the best-known mem-
bers of the one force, the ex-
sergeant came to the Isthmus in
April, 1907, when he was 27 years
old. His service with the police
force was unbroken until his re-
tirement in March, 1939.
During construction days, he
served in many of the towns
"along the Unes" but moved to
the Pacific Side soon after con-
struction was completed. For
many years he was Chief traffic
officer in Balboa and was a fam-
iliar figure, riding through An-
cn, Balboa and Balboa Heights
on one of the first police motor-
cycles.
He was made sergeant in May,
1927, and oldUmers recalled, was
for a time station commander at
Ancon.
He is survived by his wife, who
lived with him in Orlando.
Five Cents Still
Buys The Comics
No, The Panama American
is not making any changes
regarding the Comics Page.
In case you may be won-
dering, yesterday's edition
carried no comics at all be-
cause of minor confusion
with the mails bat aU has
now been adjusted.
The Comics Page will reap-
pear Monday and everyday
thereafter as in the past
but the followers of Terry
And The Pirates will have to
bear with us until Friday.
We got slightly ahead of
Terry In continuity and he
won't rejoin his pals until
Friday when everything will
he adjusted, the mails will-
ing.
CIO Labor Leader
Calls For Doctrine
Of Equal Sacrifice
Tito Reds Ready
To Defend Nation
BELGRADE, Mar. 10 (UP)
Communists who defended
Yugoslavia from the Germans
,'lx years ago today proclaimed
'.heir determination to defend
their country, if necessary,
against Communist forces mov-
ing into eastern Europe.
The decision was proclaimed
at a convention of 1.200 delegates
ol the Association of Former
Combatants of the War of Li-
beration, which has 1.200,000
members.
Speaking before the Conven-
tion Marshal Tito blasted Co-
mlnform propaganda and prals-
'ed the veterans who "will con-
tinue to be the defenders of
liberty of our country."
And Gen. Peko Dapcevlc. a
veteran of the Spanish Civil
War, speaking in the name of
the Army, said that" Yugoslavia
U rces are ready to fight, al-
though thev are without arms
and modern equipment.
Lt. General Morris
Flies To Guatemala
To Attend Inaugural
Lieutenant General William
H. H. Morris, Jr., Commander in
Chief. Caribbean, left this
morning for Guatemala City,
Guatemala, to attend the Inau-
guration ceremonies of Presi-
dent-Elect Lieutenant Colonel
Jacobo Arbenz Guzman.
General Morris has been de-
signated as representative of
the Department of Defense for
the Inauguration ceremonies.
He plans to remain In Gua-
temala City until Saturday when
he rill return to the Canal
Zone.
The inaugural ceremony will
begin tomorrow morning, with
'he closing events scheduled for
March 10.
"Our nation is in a lifeboat on
a strong sea created by Com-
munist imperialism" and labor
Is "ready to pay our share." but
that payment must be made un-
der the "doctrine of equality of
sacrifice." James B. Carey. CIO
secretary-treasurer, declared in
a States broadcast under the
auspices of the United Labor
Policy Committee.
Carey, commenting on the re-
cent withdrawal of labor repre-
sentatives from defense agencies,
declared:
"We believe that if 10 people
' \vcre in a lifeboat on a stormy
' sta and the owner of the life-
i boat Insisted that the other nine
oeople take up the oars, but that
In the division of the food that
no get one-half and the rest of
the crew the other half, there
would be considerable difficulty,"
i t'arev told his radio audience.
Carey said that the "principle
at issue is whether organized
' tabor shall be a party, in official
iwsitions, to a set-up which we
believe cannot now do the requi'-
I ed job. In our opinion that is
I the fundamental Issue and what
we have objected to basically Is
that the direction of this pro-
cram is so exclusively in the
' hands of Big Business that we
; believe the possibility of success
is lessened."
Catty declared that in 1950.
the worfcers ended the year 3c
. an hour wwse off than when
, they started it" while "the cor-
; porations ended he year 14J-.\
i better off for eacrKhour worked
bv their production workers."
And. he said, "it is ;Qt onlv
the wage earners who suffer
:iom this but everv worwrr.
! farmer, and the businessman
who finds himself squeezed by
I the big business monopolies."
General Mud'
Holds Scales
On Korea Front
By Joe Quinn
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA,
Mar. 10 (UP) Spring rains
not military commanders will
determine what kind of fighting
and maneuvering will be done In
Korea In the next three months.
"General Mud" bugaboo of
all ground armies may pro-
duce the "theoretical military
stalemate" predicted by General
MacArthur without regard to
the whims of statesmen.
Fear of spring rains dictated
United Nations "Operation Kil-
ler" and Communist counter-
offensives. An unexpected early
thaw and two weeks of rainfall
almost threw the Allies carefully
planned offensive out of kilter.
Two of our most strategic pos-
sessions now are Inchon, the
west coast port, and Kangnung
on the east coast. If Lt. Gen.
Matthew B. Rldway, command-
er of the ground forces, can
maintain his present position,
he will be able to supply his
troops through these two ports.
If either port falls to the Reds
or if the Communists cut the
road link-up from the ports to
the front lines supplies will
have to be hauled by truck over
mountain passes which engin-
eers say will be blocked by mud.
Rivers will turn into raging tor-
rents during the rains.
The United Nations should
be able to maintain at least a
limited offensive during the
rainy season if their present po-
sitions north of the lateral road
network are held until the
storms start.
Communist armies of Red
China and North Korea also will
be handicapped by the mud.
Owing to the long haul from
the Manchurlan border to their
present positions. Communists
nave been forced to use road
and rail supply facilities and
thus will encounter worse sup-
ply problems than the Allies.
Heavy rains also will make
many of the mountain trails
used by the Communist troops
and their "human supply trains"
impassable and both sides will
be faced with the problem of
keeping troops dry, warm and
in fighting trim.
Gunman Killed,
Three Injured
In Chicago Pub
CHICAGO, Mar. 10 lUP) A
gunman killed one man and
wounded three others today in
a tavern which police believe Is
part-owned by a man under
subpoena to the Kefauver Con-
gressional committee investigat-
ing organized crime In the Unit-
ed States.
Police theory Is that the
shooting was an attempt to
halt any revelation by future
witnesses before the committee
in Its investigation of the rich
numbers gambling in Chicago.
Bartender Joe Calagno said
the gunman opend the door,
fired and disappeared. The gun-
man said nothing.
Beer, Beer, Beer
For The General
TOKYO. Mar. 1 'UP), The
9.851-ton Gekko Maru of the Sa-
fa Shosen Kfjlsha line left Yoko-
;,.ima todav on her maiden voy-
age to Buenos Aires. She Is car-
rvmg 4,000 tons of steel mat-
trials.
She Is due in Buenos Aires
April 24. the fourth ship to en-
tei the South American run.
Also aboard the Gekko Maru
are 20 cases of Japanese beer
for President Peron. the gift of
the Japan-Argentina Associa-
tion.
South Koreans
*
Move Up; Enemy
Thrust Halted
TOKYO, March 10 (UP) United States
artillery opened up on the east central front in
Korea at dawn Sunday (Korea time). At the
same time troops from reformed South Korean
units moved in to wipe out a lengthy North-
Korean held salient.
The 27th Division of the Second North Kor-
ean Army had penetrated to a point within
three miles east of the town of Amidong when
the artillery began its dawn bombardment to
crush the Red threat to the important highway
center.
While the South Korean troops
were moving up, another South
Korean unit launched a coordin-
ated attack three miles north of
Amidong. A battalion of 8outh
Korean Marines went Into tne
fight southeast of Hajlndu.
The earlier enemy attack to
expand its eight-mile salient ap-
peared to have been definitely
and completely crushed, and tne
South Koreans were beginning to
close breaches in the Unes cf
their Seventh Division. Brief
communiques from the front re-
ported only that the 8outh Ko-
rean advance was "moving well,
asainst light resistance."
Five United Nations divisions
gained up to seven miles on a 40-
Atllee Expects No
East-West Solution
Until Reds Relent
KIDDERMINSTER, Eng. Mar.
10 (UP) -- Until Russia aban-
dons its "aggressive imperial-
ism" there will be no solution to
the conflict between East and
West, Prime Minister Clement
Attlee said here today.
In a speech before a labor
group, he said that Britons must
accept the existence of Com-
munist aggression and be readv.
If necessary, to defend their
liberty.
Commenting on the ntame
series" of recent breaks in the
Communist ranks, Attlee added
that for Communists an Iron
Curtain is a necessity.
'.'Without it." he said, "those
on the other side would be able
to see what is going on."
Communism, he continued,
can succeed onlv where condi-
tions ate so bad that they can
be compared to conditions of
Communism.
This, he said. Is the main rea-
son why Communism has suc-
ceded In certain "backward"
areas while lt has not made ap-
preciable eains in such places
as Great Britain. Canada. Aus-
tralia. Sweden or Denmark.
mile west Korean front in pursuit
of retreating Chinese Reds.
On the eastern half of the front
fighting simmered down after *
series of savage battles with fan-
atic North Koreans who broke
off contact In most sectors. Lim-
ited United Nations advances)
were reported.
An 8th Army communique re-
ports 6,849 Reds killed, wot f ded
or oaptured in the last 24 hour*
fighting.
Field dispatches told this sto-
ry of the fighting west to east
along the whole 70-mlle Korean
front:

United States 25th Division.
Advanced up to 4,000 yards north,
of the Han River against light
Chinese Tearguard resistance.
One column headed north flank-
ing the eastern defenses of Seoul,
United States 24th Division.
Captured two dominating hill
northeast of Yangpyong, one of
them more than 4,000 feet high,
after brushing off five night
counterattacks with heavy artil-
len fire. Attached Greek trooo
(Continued on Page (, Col. 4)
New York Forbids
Polish MS Batory
Use Of City Piers
NEW YORK, March 10 (UP)
City authorities today banned
use of the metropolitan piers to
the Polish motorship Batory.
The ban brought forth a de-
; claratlon from the Polish Em-
; bassv in Washington which said,
in part, "this is proof as to who
is using an Iron Curtain."
In a letter to all municipal
viers. the city authorities dub-
bed the Batorv an undesirable
*hlp."
The step Is equivalent to bar-
ring the Batory from entering
New York. Since it is considered
unlikelv that private pier ownera
would handle the ship, knowing
lt was banned from the city
piers.
The Batorv is the vessel aboard
which, in May. 1949. Communist
i.'ader Gerhart Elsler escaped
from the United States.
Prices Of Tri-Service Uniforms
Jump Sharply, Allowances Follow
The rising prices of uniforms
for VS. servicemen, partly offset
by increased clothing allowanc-
es, Is reported in the current is-
sue of the Caribbean Breeze, "ocal
Air Force weekly.
The Breeze story, an AFPS re-
lease, follows:
"WASHINGTON (AFPS)
Sharp price increases, in some
cases almost double, for items of
uniform clothing have gone !n*o
effe\t for the Navy, Marine Corps
artf Air Force.
\V.e Increased prices went into
effect March 1.
Partially softening the blow to
Servicemen are Increased "Daaic
and standard monthly cash
clothing allowance. This sligiit
Increase of maintenance allow-
ances also went into elfect on
March 1 for the three services.
The Army, meanwhile, an-
nounced that no changes would
be mad, on its clothing costs un-
til July 1 or at least until lt could
study the problem further.
Here are the high points by
services, of the drastic price in-
creases authorized by the De-
fense Department:
For the Navy;
1. An Increase in Initial cloth-
ing monetary allowance for en-
listed men of the regular Navy
and Naval Reserve from $118.35 to
$254.75.
2. Enlisted men's monthly ba-
sic and standard maintenance
allowances advanced from S3 GO
to $5 10 and from $4.20 to $7.20 re-
spectively.
3. Enlisted men who before
March 1 became entitled to ini-
tial clothing monetary allowance
and who as of March 1 had an
unpaid balance of such allow-
ance, will be credited with a spe-
cial additional clothing allow-
ance.
Among the outstanding items
to take the price hike are blauk-
ets. blue flat caps, watch caps,
white hats, dress and undre.'s
blue Jumpers., neckerchiefs, pea-
coats, low black shoes and blue
trousers.
The largest single increase is
for the peacoat whose price M
more than doubled, formerly sold
for $17.50. the new price Is $$) .-
65. Low black shoes Jumped from
$5.40 to $8.50 as contrasted with
the Air Force's similar black low
quarter shoe which was increas-
ed from $4.09 to $7.50.
To conserve clothing, com-
manding officers have been in-
structed to see that sales are lim-
ited to individual personal need*
For the Air Force:
1. The uniform clothing allow-
ance has been increased to $230.-
00 from $179.24
2. Monthly basic and stand-
ard maintenance allow anees
have been increased from $4.20 to
$5.10 and from $5.70 to $7.20. re-
spectively.
3. The new $230.00 credit will
go to Airmen entering the A'r
Force after March 1 as well as
those Airmen who had not re-
ceived an Initial uniform issue by
March 1.
Principal items of clothing
which took a boost In cost to Air-
men Include low black shoes from
$4.09 to $7.50; blue wool trousers,
now $15.00 as compared with na
former price of $10.41: the blue
wool overcoat now $35.00. up from
$28 76; the service blue wool coat
from $24.04 to $3080: and the
blue wool service Jacket. $$24.41
from $18.90.



MNA OCHO
L PANAMA AMERICA DIAKIO INDBPeNDIBNT
SBADO. MARO M, 151
B
Ayer recibimos desde corea,
dos cartas de nuestro buen
compaero y amigo William a-
gosto, como todo el publico lo
recuerda, William Agosto, actor
de carcter de la Red Pana-
mericana se ha distinguido
siempre por sus buenas actua-
ciones y por su fino don de
gente.
William tom parte en mu-
chas comedias en la Red Pan-
americana, en los papeles de
Allan O'Connor en los radio-
gramas de la Avena Quaker,
Quin mat a Roberto de
Oranville' como Francisco de
Compan, en "La India Dor-
mida" en "El Socio ", en "Lee
Chan", seria largo mencionar
todos los roles que Interpret a
satisfaccin de sus directores,
como del pblico que siempre
le quiso con cario y supo a-
preciar sus caracterizaciones.
Tambin recibimos varias fotos
de agosto, las cuales publicare-
mos para complacer a sus mu-
chas admiradoras, vayan para
nuestro buen amigo de siem-
pre, William, nuestro cordial
saludo hasta Corea y hacemos
votos para que pronto est de
nuevo con nosotros.
Lleg a feliz trmino la se-
rle de Estampas del Hogar, con
la simpatiqusima familia de
Cantaclaro y se agradece al p-
blico oyente que siempre nos
favoreci con sus Mamadas y
sus cartas de aliento, y muy
pronto la direccin de la Red
Panamericana, presentar en
ese mismo espacio otra inte-
resante serle que estamos se-
guros ser un verdadero xito.
Es posible que en esos mismos
programas tomen parte los
mismos artistas Juan A. Thi-
bault, Dorlta Achurra, White y
Del Este.''
Anoche se present por la Red
Panamericana el deportista y
explorador colombiano, seor
Francisco Valencia Orellana, o-
freci al pblico una interesan-
te narracin de todas sus aven-
turas en la selva del Amazonas
y de los distintos paises por
los cuales ha viajado, el seor
Orellana est haciendo un re-
corrido en bicicleta por los pai-
ses americanos y seguir su
viaje hasta New York. Adems
de explorador y gran deportis-
ta, el seor Orellana, es ar-
tista, tiene una magnifica voz
y tuvimos el agrado de escu-
char algunas grabaciones su-
yas. Por este medio le desea-
mos un feliz viaje y suerte.
Presentarn Teatro Infantil
por la Red Panamericana
El famoso artista cubano,
Rogelio Hernndez, primer ac-
tor rn varios de los grandes
espectculos en La Habana.
Buenos Aires y Colombia, ha;
trado a Panam su conocido
Teatro Infantil.
Rogelio Hernndez que tra-
baj de primer actor por un
contrato con Rambal en Co-
lombia, estren la obra del Dr.
Jos Onecco Mozo, "El Carde-
nal de Colombia". Acompaan
al artista Hernndez, Mecha
Garca, su esposa, y Coqui
Garcia, su cuado, que son los
que animan el Teatro Infantil.
Los tradicionales cuentos de
la Caperucita Roja, con que
se iniciara en Panam las ac-
tividades del Tearto Infantil,
La Lmpara Maravillosa y o-
tras, sern presentadas a nues-
tros nios.
El director Hernndez es fa-
moso tambin por su represen-
tacin de San Pedro, Fuente
Ovejuna, y por sus movidas
novelas radiales de grandes
autores como La Barraca de
Blasco Ibez y otras, que po-
siblemente sean llevadas a Red
Panamericana segn conver-
saciones que ahora sostienen
con* Lincoln del Pino.
En las funciones teatrales
participarn los nios en el
Tablero Mgico, en que se ha-
cen preguntas y se dan pre-
mios a los nios que acierten.
El "Aviso Oportuno'
"El Morcado Sin Ifcual"
Es Barato y Efectivo
Qaboree
UHATAUDELDELICIOSO CHOCLA
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Title: The Panama American
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Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY SIXTH EAR
PANAMA. R. P.. 8ATUBPAY, MARCH 10. 1951
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FIVE CENTS
House To Veto
GOP Demands
On Troop Issue
WASHINGTON, March 10 (UP) Speaker Sam
Rayburn predicted today that the House will vote down
the Republican demand that Congress must give approval
before President Harry S. Truman can send more troops
to Europe.
De La Guardia,
2 Others Draw
15-Day Terms
Panama City Mayor Angel Ve-
5a Mndez today meted out 18-
ay lncommutables sentences to
three of six persona arrested dur-
ing the past few days of a threat-
ened political crisis caused by the
shutdown of the Panama Trust
Company.
One of the three men sen-
tenced, on charges of insulting
President Arnulfo Arias, is for-
mer President Ricardo Adolfo de
irope. la Guardia, who was beaten up
House Republican policy makers plan a test on the. by unknown assailants prior
r__r. Dill -^..Jman nrfWinn "no trOODS Ml
measure with a Draft Bill amendment ordering "no troops
for the Atlantic Pact Army till Congress gives the word.
Defense officials meanwhile
asked the Senate to clarify the
meaning of the two "Troops for
Europe" resolutions approved by
the Senate Foreign Relations
and Armed Services committees.
The committees will try to do
go Monday.
The confusion over the sen-
ate resolutions has spilt Repub-
lican ranks.
The muddle resulted from the
unprecedented action of the two
Senate committees in voting two
i almost Identical resolutions. One
required only Senate action for
the shipment of United States
troops to Europe and the other
invited House approval as well.
Chairman Tom Connally or
the Foreign Relations commit-
tee admitted he was "baffled
by the Republican-sponsored
provisions, and scheduled a
Monday "clean up" session.
\ 45 Die In Largest
Chinese Red Mass
Execution To Dale
HONGKONG. Mar. 10 (UP)
The Chinese Communist mili-
tary authorities in Canton to-
day executed 45 "bandits and
secret agents." This Is the big-
gest mass execution so far re-
ported.
The Municipal Military Con-
trol Commission of the City an-
nounced that the executions
were carried out under the new-
ly promulgated r e g u latlons
which provide death for anti-
state crimes.
The announcement said the
victims, including a number of
former Nationalist officers, were
his arrest and his presently un-
der guard at the Radiological
Institute In Bella Vista, a branch
of Santo Tomas Hospital.
The other men sentenced to
15 days were Esteban Huertas
Ponce, former Panama customs
officer and Victor Chanson. They
were held on the same charges
as De la Guardia.
Vega Mndez has not yet taken
action on three other persons still
held. They are Evangellsto Karica
and Homero and Mario Velas-
quez.
This morning Secret Police ar-
rested former President Daniel
Chanls and former Cabinet min-
isters Jose Isaac Fabrega, Carlos
Sucre and Anbal Ros, but re-
UN Forces Plunge Ahead
Despite Red Resistance |
Yugoslav General
Russia, Satellites
Against Attack
BELGRADE, Mar. 10. (UP).
Yugoslavia's top army field
commander General Dopchev c
^eTfodaTSat KrSl T.Sl ^^^'^^&t
army would "break the enemy* Meanwhile Panama remamea
llvlslons" If Yugoslavia was at- calnu Jhe^countr^ ^p^ ^
the Trust Company announced
that It had engaged the services
of Price, Waterhouse and Com-
Eany to conduct an audit of the
ank's books. The Board of Di-
rectors stated they hoped to re-
sume operations In the near fut-
ure.
Despite the fact that a large
number .of persons gathered In
Santa Arflf Plaza am* It sur-
rounding streets last night, fol-
lowing the announcement a pub-
lic meeting would be held there,
no organized demonstration took
tacked.
He told a session of tne
"National Liberation War Vet-
erans' Federation" congress
that a Soviet attack could be
beaten back
Dopchevlc said "We do not
have modern arms and equip-
ment, but all that we have
is our own.
"We are sure our tankmen,
artillerymen and others can
fight successfully with the arms
available now. With the arms
and equipment we get from place,
our own factories they- wllr
break the enemy divisions.
"We call on those who are
making vile military prepara-
tions against Yugoslavia to re-
member that we will defend our
achievements of the National
Liberation War (partisan strug-
gle and National Revolution "
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
HOPEFUL MEETING As a war-Jittery world waits on the
sidelines, representative of the United Sttae, Great Britain,
France and the Soviet Union are meeting In Paris to draw
up an agenda for a Washington conference of those nations
Foreign Ministers. Left to right: Ernest Da vie, British Un-
der-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; Philip C. Jawp,
U. S. Ambassador-at-Large; Andrei A. Oromyko. Sorlet De-
puty Foreign Minister; and French Secretary-General of the
Foreign Ministry Alexandre farod!._____________
Sino-Tibet Treaty
May Be In Offing
found guilt)-o plot ting *rt ; Tibetan-Chinese
the state, operating secret.ramo >
^'&^i$XS?'p-C*** the right to garrfson
botaglng .W.IK.'EUK! Tibet's frontiers appeared to
be In the making.
They said the Chinese were
Willing to give Tibet respon-
sibility for running its Intern-
al affairs. The proposal from
Pelplng was brought to the
Dalai Lama In the Tibetan
town of Yatung, near the In-
dian border, by his brother
Tarkse Rlmpoche from Com-
munist-held Tibetan territory.
gram and plotting assassinat-
ions. .
A Formosa dispatch quoted
Nationalist premier Chen Cheng
as saying there are presently
more than 1,500,000 guerillas
firesently operating on the maln-
and.
Dutch Force in Korea
To Be Upped to 900 Men
THE HAGUE. Mar. 10 (UP)
The Government said today that
the strength of the Dutch de-
tachment fighting In Korea will
be Increased from 700 to 800 of-
ficers and men.
Child, 4 Servicemen
Injured In Accidents
During Past 24 Hours
A child from Paraso and four
servicemen were injured in the
past 24 hours, In two separate
automobile accidents on the Pa-
cific Side.
The child. Julio Caesar del Rio,
2'-2. was In a critical condition
at noon today at Gorgas Hospital.
Witnesses told Canal Zone po-
lice that Julio ran from the side
of Guiana Street In Paraso Into
the front of a slowly moving bus
travelling west and driven by
Charles S. Elliston, 30, Panama-
nian. He was knocked to the
pavement and received head ln-
Elllston took the child to the
Pedro Miguel dispensary, from
where he was transferred to Gor-
gas Hospital. This accident oc-
rurred about 5:40 p.m.
The servicemen were hurt
when a two and one-half ton Ar-
Truman s Work Never Stops
Says White House Secretary
to have ordered Knsang Sey,
the Tibetan, commander in
chief, and a nigh lama Chem-
mo Lautra to proceed to Pel-
plng Immediately to discuss
the Chinese proposal.
British Fearful Iran May
Become Second Battleground
LONDON, Mar. 10, (UP)
Iran Is In danger of becoming an-
other Korea, British official
sources aald today.
The confusion resulting from
the assassination of Premier
General All Raimara, the subse-
iuent fanatical denunciation of
rltaln and the United Stales
and the glorifying of the nation-
alisation of the oil Industry in
Iran confirmed some of tne
worst suspicions which have
been harbored in Government
quarters here in recent months.
Raimara'a assassination is said
to hare a back history which the
British Government has been
anxiously watching since his ap-
pointment as Premier last June.
According to diplomatic advic-
es from Teheran, Razmara's ap-
pointment was quickly followed
by a meeting between Razn
and Soviet Ambassador 8adchi-
koff who then outlined Russia s
Intentions in Iran along these
lines:
1) Russia could ont overlook
Iran's "complicity In Anglo-
American warmongering" since
she was supplying the "Imperial-
ists" with oil and gasoline mili-
tary supplies of the utmost Im-
portance.
1) Russia had "no hostile In-
tent" but IX Iran continued to
The Dalai Lama is reported-Tny truck In which about 10 men
were riding, struck an embank-
ment on the K-9 road on the west
side of the Canal.
The truck, pulling a trailer, ran
off the road on a curve when it
met an oncoming car. The driver
of the civilian car took the in-
jured men to Clayton Hospital.
Two of them were admitted but
their Injuries did not appear to
be serious.
^ueuille Lining
Up New Cabinet
PARIS. Mar. 10 (UP) Pre-
mier Henri Queullle lined up his
caretaker government today in
preparation for France's first
general elections In five years.
He is expected to name France's
16th cabinet since 1944 by to-
It is expected to be almost
Identical with Rene Pleven's
cabinet thrown out ten days
Queullle obtained a 359 to 205
confidence vote from the Na-
tional Assembly last night on a
program calling for a temporary
government to prepare for elec-
tions before summer.
help Russia's enemies the Soviet
Union "would be forced to revise
her good neighbor policy and
take adequate measures."
3) Russia well appreciated
Iran's grave economic conditions
and the Important role played in
her national economy by the pil
Industry. If Iran were to nation-
alize it she would forfeit the as-
sistance of British experts. Rus-
sia would provide both experts
and equipment so production
could be continued without loss.
Meanwhile in Teheran fanati-
cal Islamites warned Shah Mo-
hammed Reza Pahlevl and Gov-
ernment ministers that they
faced death unless Razmar's as-
sassin were released within three
days.
But political sources said the
Islamite warning was aimed par-
ticularly at opponents of oil na-
tionalization and was almost
bound to fail.
They said the'majorlty of both
Houses of Majlis Parliament i.
backed bv the Shah and govern-
ment ministers, would aot ap-
prove a parliamentary com
slon's proposal to nationalize the
vast Anglo-Iranian OH Company
which controls all of the coun-
try's oil 24 per cent of the
world's production.
Give!
Helping GI Joe wherever
Is, in this country or over-
seas. Is a top-ranking Red
Cross obligation. Assisting his
family or dependents In time
of emergency Is another res-
ponsability.
You can lighten the pro-
blems of our soldiers, sailors,
airmen, marines, and coast
guardsmen by keeping Red
Cross constantly on the Job
through your support of the
1951 Fund Campaign.
KEY WEST, Fla.. Mar. 10. (UP)
"Wherever the President goes,
the President works."
Jhat was the winter White
House's answer today to Repub-
lican suggestions that President
Truman Is away from Washing-
ton loo much to do his full quo-
By way of proving that Mr.
Truman keeps busy even when he
Is on a vacation such as the pre-
sent three-week sojourn, White
House Press Secretary Joseph
Short said the President spent
3 t hours working this morning
on a "new and full pouch" from
Washington.
Contents of the pouch provided
"considerably more work" for the
President and his staff than on
any day since the presidential
party arrived here March 2, Short
said.
The day's activity was climax-
ed by the President's announce-
ment that he will nominate Dr.
Alan T. Waterman as first direr-
tor Of the National Science Foun-
dation.
Mr. Truman started working
on state papers Immediately af-
ter he got up at 6:30 a.m. Then
he took a 10-mlnute walk, break-
fasted with W. Averell Harrlman
and canvassed the international
situation with him.
Afterwards he also discussed
the latest Intelligence reports
with his naval aide. Rear Adrn.
Robert L. Dennlson. read more
documents and signed commis-
sions of officials whose nomina-
tions recently were confirmed by
the Senate.
The President was so busy this
morning, Short said, that he was
a half hour late getting to the
beach for his dally sunbath and
Short's remarks about the
President keeping busy wherever
Supreme Soviet
Approves High
Russian Budget
MOSCOW, Mar. 10 (UP)
The Supreme Soviet today un-
animously adopted Russia's
highest budget in history, fea-
turing the first percentage rise
In defense expenditure since
World War II.
It called for a defense appro-
priation of 96,3776.000.000 roubles
- nominally $24,094.000.000
representing 21.3 per cent of the
entire budget.
Finance Minister Arseny Zve-
rev said in introducing the bud-1
get that the defense allocation ;
was increased to combat the
Western nations' preparations I
lor a, third World Wax.
TOKYO, March 10 (UP) United Nations forces
charged head on into desperately resisting Communists
on a 20-mile front in the East Central Korean mountains
today.
They struck after North Koreans in a pre-dawn coun-
terattack widened an eight mile deep wedge into the South
Korean 7th Division at the eastern end of the line.
United States, French and South Korean troops of four
divisions tore into dug-in North Koreans with bayonets,
grenades and hundreds of tons of shells in an attempt to
smash this main obstacle to the 8th Army's four-day-old
"Killer Offensive."
Zonians Warned
To Beware
Ides Of March
he goes were in answer to ques-
tions about a Republican Nation-
al Committee statement giving
the President's "record of ab-
sences" from Washington since
Jan. 1. 1950: The OOP said He
record showed Mr. Truman has
been away from Washington 66
days since then, not counting the
current trip.
SalTw Siege-
Called In Salvador
As Plot Uncovered
SAN SALVADOR, Kl Salvador.
Mar. 10, (UP) Quiet prevailed
today as the country went under
a 30-day state of siege or modi-
fled martial law. proclaimed by
the National Assembly after gov-
ernment security agents discov-
ered what they claimed was a
Communist plot to overthrow
President Oscar Osorlo's regime.
The Assembly was told four
arms caches were seized Thur-
day night Just before the revolu-
tionary uprising was scheduled to
start. The Minister of the Inte-
rior said security agents also
found a manifesto expressing
the hope of establishing a Com-
munist state after the Legislative
Assembly and constitutional gov-
ernment were abolished.
The state of siege edict will
suspend constitutional guaran-
tees fo ra 30-day period.
Foreign Capitol
Flight To Mexico
Said Stopped
MEXICO CITY, Mano 10.
(UP). The Treasury Min-
istry said today that the flight
of foreign capital to Mexico
almost stopped.
Last fall and winter during
the darker days of the In-
ternational crisis Mexican
banks were receiving millions
of dollars dally of "flight
capital" from the United
States and Europe.
West Reveals First
Point On Agenda
For Big Four Meet
PARIS, Mar. 10 (UP). The
new point one of the Western de-
puties' suggested agenda for the
Big Four Foreign Ministers' con-
ference seeks:
"Examination of the present
causes of international tension in'
Europe and of a means to secure
a real and lasting Improvement
In relations between Russia and
the United States, Britain and
France such as.
"Measures to eliminate the fear
of aggression;
"Fulfilment of present treaty
obligations;
"Examination of the existing
level of armaments and questions
concerning Oermany In this
sphere."
The West pointed out that the
words "such as" did not exclude
the possibility of other Items be-
ing included.
Soviet delegate Andrei Oromyko
promised a full reply to to this
suggestion on Monday, but said
today that the new Western draft
was not clear.
He said that If the West con-
tended the new draft covered all
the 8ovlet points the West must
be using the word cover In Its
literal sense to stifle.
He has already said Russia In-
sists on specific reference to the
demilitarization of Oermany or
the prohibition of the rearma-
ment of Germany.
Observers see In the deputies'
deadlock everv sign that even If
an agenda for a Foreign Min-
isters' conference Is agreed on
there Is little chance of It re-
lieving world tension.
Thursday, March 15, Is the
deadline for filing declaration of
estimated income tax for 1951,
Zonians were warned today.
Returns on last year's income,
however, need not be filed until
June 15, because of the exten-1
slon granted those living over-
seas. Interest based on six per
cent annually, or one and one-
half per cent for the three
months between March 15 and
June 15, will have to be paid by
those filing in this period.
Form 1040-ES, on which the
Declaration of Estimated Income
Tax is made out. Is available at
the Internal revenue office at the
Balboa Clubhouse."
Deputy Collector Jehnny Phil-
lips told The Panam Amer-
ican last night that thousands
of these forms disappeared
from the office between clos-
ing time Tuesday and 6 a.m.
Wednesday. He said that only
about 50 were left when he
came to work Wednesday
morning. An additional supply
was ordered at once.
Those wishing the forms need
not wait In the line of those con-
sulting Phillips on making out
tax returns, but may come into
the office and fake a form the
counter, he said.
The declaration of estimated
tax must be filed by every one
who expects to receive during
1941:
(a) Wages subject to withhold-
ing in ecess of $4,500, plus $600
for each exemption; for example,
$5.100 In the case of a single per-
son with no dependents; $6,300
In the case of a married couple
with one dependent: or
(b) Income from all other
sources In ecess of $100, provid-
ed his total income is expect to
amount to $600 or more. For
example, If the outside Income Is
expected to exceed $100 and that
amount plus regular salary will
exceed $600, the declarer must
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The North Koreans showed no
disposition to pull out of their
well prepared defenses deso:ie
the fury of the Allied assault.
A 10th Corps spokesman said
"For the first time the enemy
continued to fire his automatics
weapons from prepared position
while under heavy artillery bom-
bardment."
The Reds are making greater
use of log bunkers such as the
Japanese built In the Pacific bat-
tles of World War II.
On the Western half of the 70-
mlle front five other United Na-
tions divisions pursued retreat-
ing Chinese against no more Uwri
sporadic rearguard reslstants.
Communist losses for the past
four days mounted steadily to-
ward the 30.000 mark.
The situation today along the
front from west to east was:
United States 25th Division-
Drove west along the north bank
of the Han River to threaten
Tokyo, only 10 miles east of
Seoul, and advanced north up
the Pukhan River valley.
United States 24th Division.
Brushed off five night counter-
attacks with heavy artillery f.ie
and resumed the northward ad-
vance with a pre-dawn assault.
United States 1st Cavalry Di-
visionChased retreating Chin*
ese along the highway from
Yongdu to within eight and una
half miles southwest of the Chin-
ese base of Hongchon. Attachect
Canadian and Australian units!
five miles east of Yongdu pushed)
two miles north of the highway.
South Korean 6th Division.
Pushed within rilne miles south
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 1>
Artists Pick Five
Beauties As Tops
For Past Decade
NEW YORK. March 10, (UPl
Actresses Faye Emerson, Virginia
Mayo and Rhonda Fleming, Me-
tropolitan Opeta star Blanch
Thebom and artists' model Made-
Ion Mason were named today aa
the "over-all beauties of the de-
cade.'.'
Barry Stephens, director of rhe
International Artists Committee
which picked the beauties, sold
this country has produced the
best looking women In the world.,
The five women cited, he said,
top "any beauty our artists have
encountered since the days of
Praxiteles." a Greek sculptor re-
nownd for his statues of the fe-
male form.
Victim's Death Brings Tragic
End To College 'Hot Date' Prank
195i RED CROSS FUND
NATCHITOCHES, La., March
10, (UP) A big. good-natmed
college freshman who was thrown
Into panicky flight by a "hot
date" Joke March 1 was found
dead In a Red River whirlpool to-
day.
The freshman was Allen Kap-
lan, 18, of Chelsea, Mass. His bo -
dy was caught In the whirlpool
and was spinning rapidly just be-
low the surface of the river.
When the body was found. It
became obvious how the "Joke"
had ended:
Upperclassmen in the North-
western State College athletes'
dormitoryKaplan was a basket-
ball player told him a 'hot
date' was waiting for him In the
dark at Grand Ecore Bluff on
the river.
Five or six upperclassmen vol-
unteered to take him \p the ren-
dezvous In an automobile. But as
they approached the bluff, a
student playing an "outraged
husband" burst out of the woods.
The driver hastily stopped the
automobile The husband." with
a flashlight in one band and a
shotgun In the other, shouted
that he knew where Kaplaii~was
going and fired into the air.
All the students leaped out of
the automobile and fled Into the
woods. The upperclassmen quick-
ly returned, so they'd be present
to laugh when Kaplan discovered
he had been tricked and came
hack.
But Kaplan never came back a-
llve. In terror-stricken flight, ne
plunged 40 feet from Grand Ecore
Bluff Into the waters of Red Rv-
er. deep and swift from spring
freshets.
The body was discovered by
two brothersCarl and Walter
Durham five miles below tne
bluff. They towed It to the bank
and telephoned for a bigger boat
to come get it.
Kaplan's father, Norman, a 41-
year-old plumber, arrived Tues-
day night to help look for his son.
He fainted In the home of H. Lee
Prather, the college president,
when he heard the body had been
found.
An ambulance took the father
off to the college Infirmary, to
be revived and treated for shock.
As the news spread that the body
had been discovered, studtnis
left their classes and gathered on.
the bluff. i
"I was so shocked I couldn't
study." one said. "I had to leave
class."
They didn't get to see the body.
It was taken off the boat below
the bluff and carried to a morgue
in an ambulance for an autopsy.
College oficiis declined to t
what they would do to the prank-
sters. J. W. French, the college
Public Relations Director, said I*
or 20 were in on the "joke'' al-
though only five or six were \
Kaplan,
' It's out of my hands." Dean cf
Men Dudley Fulton said. "It's
now In the hands of higher au-
thorities."
Acting College President M G.
Fourney issued a formal state-
ment, saying only that the 'yoAf
had been found and that "his fa-
mily and friends have the deep
sympathy of the faculty, staff and
students...."


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MARCH U, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures


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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
Mew Orleans Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
8.8. La Plays .................................March 9
S.S. Fiador Knot..............................March 16
S.S. Quisqueya ................................?!*rch ??
S.S. Levers Bend ................................M*,, ,
8.8. Quisqueya .................................APr" 3
Handling Ketrleer-iled ChUled
and General Cart*.
Arrives
Cristbal
New York Freight Service
8.8. Cape Cumberland ........................U!*rch \l
S.S. Cape Ann ................................March 19
S.S. Cape ATinof..............................Mrch
S.S. Cape Cod..................................APr" 4
Havana Freight Service
Sailings Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly sailings to New York, Lo Anieles and Seattle.
Occasional sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
The steamers in this service are limited to twelve passengers.
Frequent Sailings from Cristbal to
West Coast of Central America
Cristbal 2121
Telephones:
Panam 2-2804
Coln 20
~T{oyal
JYetherlands
Steamship
Company
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TO EUROPE:
BAARN ...........................March 21
HESTIA ..........................March 30
DELFT ...........................Mid April
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
DOCRO...........................March il
BAARN ...........................March 21
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
HESTIA ..........................March 19
BREDA ..........................March 27
GANYMEDES.....................Mid April
TO ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and BRAZIL:
GANYMEDES .....................Mid April
"K.N.S.M." CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1211, 3-121
(Passenger And Freight)
BOYD BROS., PANAMA CITY, 2-2008
(Passengers Only)
BLOCK AGENCIES, BALBOA: 2-3719 (Freight)
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.S. "SANTA BARBARA'............Due Cristobal, Mar. 14th
8.8. "SANTA CECILIA" ........ Due Cristobal, March 21st
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
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"SANTA MARGARITA" ....Sails Cristbal. March 12th
"SANTA LUISA" ...........Sails Cristbal. March 19th

FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "ANCHOR HITCH".,:............Due Balboa.Mar. 14th
M.V. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ...Due Balboa, March 15th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "SAILOR SPLICE"........ Sails Cristobal, March 14th
BALBOA ONLY
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 2159
Shipping & Airline News
Doctors Due
Ten doctors from widely scat-
tered points In the United States
are due here tonight as the first
stop in a tour of four Latin Am-
erican countries. Several of the
group are accompanied by their
wives.
They have been attending the
1951 session of the New Orleans
Graduate Assembly and are mak-
ing a post-cllnlcal tour of the
four Latin nations.
The group left New Orleans on
PAA's flight 701 today and Is due
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test way to play this suit?"
Usually I cautiously ask to see the
whole hand before I will answer
such a question.
This caution sometimes sur-
prises people. "What difference
does the whole hand make?" they
ask. "There must be a right way
to play the suit."
The best way to answer such
a question is to show how the na-
ture of the whole hand controls
the suit. Today's hand Illustrates
the point.
When this hand was actually
played, declarer won the open-
ing lead with dummy's ace of
clubs, laid down the ace of spades
then finessed the Jack of spades.
West won with the queen of
spades and led another club,
forcing South to ruff. South then
drew the rest of the trumps.
If the trump suit is considered
all by Itself. South had handled
it best. The finesse was his best
' chance to avoid the loss of a
i trump trick. However, once tut
trump finesse had lost, 8outh
was sure to be set.
When South led diamonds,
West could take his ace and cash
the rest of his clubs. Even if de-
clarer had not drawn all of the
trumps, the result would have
been the same. After South had
ruffed a club, he had only as ma-
ny trumps as West. Whenever he
led diamonds, West would take
the ace and return clubs. West
could therefore stay one trump
ahead of South.
If 8outh had considered the
whole hand Instead of merely the
trump suit, he would not have
taken a finesse in trumps. The
right play Is to take the ace of
spades and follow with the king
of spades. South then switches to
diamonds.
The best defense is for West to
win the ace of diamonds and lead
clubs. South rufs and then ig-
nores the two trumps that are
still out. He merely leads dia-
monds and hearts until West
takes his two trump tricks.
The correct line of play loses
two trump tricks but makes the
contract. The wrong line of play
loses only one trump trick but
lails to make the contract.
There wa a young fellow names
Dale
Who tried to buy rum at a sals
o: Rummage thev say
But he's wiser today
Reads PA Classifieds nowl in
detail!
at Tocumen about 9 p.m. The
doctors will spent two days here,
inspecting clinics and medical
centers and will continue on to
Medellln, Colombia, Tuesday.
Others stops on their tour will
be Cali, Colombia, Quito. Guaya-
quil and Lima.
The doctors will return to Pa-
nama March 24 to connect here
with a PAA clipper for the trip
to New Orleans.
In the group are: Dr. Lucan
Fortler and Dr. P. B. Salatich of
New Orleans; Dr. and Mrs.
Abraham Antwell. of Fort Worth:
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Gilsdorf,
Valley City, North Dakota;- Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Sonderegger, Ely,
Nevada; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gordon, Lewlsburg, Tenn; Dr.
and Mrs. William Fountain, Mer-
ced, Cal.; Dr. and Mrs. W. Ter-
rell Simpson, Winter Haven, Fla;,
Dr. and Mrs. James Fancher,
Atlanta, Georgia, and Dr. and
Mrs. Edward Keith Chunn, of
Houston, Texas.
In Panama they will be guests
at the Hotel El Panama.
Advertising
The head of the Kansas City
advertising firm of Potts, Hawk-
ins and Hogan is expected here
for a visit the latter part of
March, according to information
received by Braniff Airways. The
Kansas City firm handles Bra-
nlff's account.
Mr. Potts will be accompanied
to the Isthmus by Michael L.
O'Connor, who was here briefly
this week en route back to his
home office from Lima.
Sanitary Bureau
Fred Soper, director of the Pan
American Sanitary Bureau, ar-
rived here earlv todav from Mia-
mi aboard PAWA's El Interamerl-
cano.
He Is spending two days in Pa-
nama before continuing on to
Buenos Aires tomorrow to confer
with Argentine officials on func-
tions of the bureau.
Schoolteachers
A group of Guatemalan school-
teachers is due here late this
month for a three-day visit to
Panama, part of a Latin Amer-
ican tour which 27 of them are
taking.
The group was southbound
through Tocumen this week on
an Aviateca planeofficial Gua-
temalan government transporta-
tion.
Airline sources were told that
the tour is one of several given,
gratis, to outstanding Guate-
malan teachers by the govern-
ment. This week's group was the
third to go through Panama.
Canal Commercial
Transits Show r
Upswing In Fel.
A slight upward trend was
shown in commercial shipping
through the Panama Canal dur-
ing February with a total of 444
transits by commercial vessels of
300 net tons or more, according
to statistics announced yesterday
Balboa Heights.
The daily average number of
transits for last month was re-
ported at 15.88, slightly higher
than the average for the first
eight months of this fiscal year.
Tolls last month amounted to
$1,858,523.94, Of which $5,248.10
was collected on the 86 small
tolls-paying vessels which tran-
sited during February.
Both tolls and transits for Feb.
of this year wesre under the fig-
ures for Feb. 1950.
Commercial traffic through the
Canal has been slightly higher
during the first eight months of
this fiscal year than In the com-
parable period of the past fiscal
year. A total of 3.886 transits were
reported up through the end of
last month, as compared with 3.-
526 In the first eight months of
the fiscal year 1950. Tolls collect-
ed this year are approximately
$73,000 above tolls In the first
eight months of last fiscal year.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1849
Royal Mail Lines Lid.
FASI FREIHI ND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OE NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SARMIENTO" .....................'......March 10th
M.V. "SALINAS" (omits Chile I...................March 30th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"....................May 2nd
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".....................May 26th
rO UNITED KINGDOM DIREC1
8.8. "FLAMENCO" .............................March 16th
M.V. "SALAMANCA"" ..........................March 17th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
88. "LOCH RYAN'" ...........................March 21st
S.S. "LOCH AVON"............................March 29th
TO UK/CONTINENT
S.S. "DALERDYK"...............................April 6th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available for passengers.
All Sailing Subject lo Change Without Notice.
PACIFIC STKAM NAV CO.. Cristbal Tel. 1854 1655
FORD COMPANY INC.. Panam Tel. S-1257/1258: Balboa 1995
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
8INO, Juan Caesastamo, 38, of
Red Tank, to ARQUKLLIS, Ella
Elena, 29, of Panama.
Deaths
GIBBS. Virginia, 17. of Pana-
ma, March 7, Gorgas Hospital.
ANDERSON, Edwin Lee, 62. of
Oakland, California, March 9,
Gorgas Hospital.
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SATURDAY. MARCH M. Wl
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THE PANANA AMERICAN AN INPirENPENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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INVITATIONS BHUJG ISSUED FOR
CLARK- SARTAIN WEDDING MAECH tt
Luthar Benton ItorUIn and Mr.. Amy VWtoto
?T^!VaMtns: will take Place at the Cathedral of St.
k. I'nJa WedJesday eyenlng. the twenty-eighth of
In BUhop Morris Hall of the Cathedral. ______
Departure for Guatemala _
After a stay of a week at Hotel
El Panama, the Minister of Hol-
land to Panama and central
America and Mr. W. E. Panhuys
are leaving today for Guatemala
City.
Mrs. Beaulac Returning
to Colombia
After a short visit in Panama
with Mr. and Mrs. 8. Scollay
Moore of La Cresta, Mrs. Wlllard
L. Beaulac. wife of the United
States Ambassador to Colombia,
plans to leave Monday for Bogo-
ta. ______
Mr. and Mrs. Erbo
Leaving Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst A. Erbe who
have resided here for many years,
are sailing Friday on the SS
Cristobal to make their home in
the United States. Mr. Erbe,,
who has been Executive Assist-
ant to the Oovernor of The Pa-
nama Canal, retired recently
from Canal service. He and his
wife plan to spend some weeks ill
New York City and is motoring
through the Southeastern part
of the United States, before de-
ciding on their new place of re-
sidence.
recently for a visit with them In
Panama.
I
Screen Star
Answer to Previous Puzzls
Mitt Brid Married to
Mr. Gasten soro
The marriage of Miss Graciela
Brid and Mariano Gasteazoro,
R., was solemnized at six o'clock
Thursday evening at Cristo Rey
Church, with the Rev. Father
Serrano officiating. Sponsors of
the wedding were the parents of
the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Deme-
trio Brid, the groom's mother,
Mrs. Rita R. de Gasteazoro, Dr.
Harry 8trunz. Mr. and Mrs. Juan
Francisco Patterson, Mrs. Ange-
lini P. de Dutary, Mr. and Mm.
Antonio Rodriguez. Dr. Jose Ma-
ria Nunez, Mrs. B. Gomez. Gil-
berto Brid. Miss Isabel Brid, Mr.
and Mrs. Miguel J. Moreno, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Morales,
and Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Cler-
vide.
Mrs. Mcllvaine Visit*
South America
Mrs. Carmen Arias de Mcll-
vaine left by airplane Thursday
to attend a Social Security Con-
ference in Buenos Aires. After
the conference she will visit Bra-
zil, Uruguay, Chile and Peru be-
fore returning to Panama in
April.
Cocktail Party
at French Legation
The French Charge Affaires
at Panama and Mrs. Marcial Oh-
vler nave a cocktail party Friday
evening at the Legation on the
French Plaza In honor of Com-
mander R. Famchon who is a
visitor here.
The nuptial music was provid-
ed by Miss Lula Sosa, organist
and Miss Sablne Lewis, soloist,
who sang Shubert'a "Ave Maria."
The bride wore a gown of
white satin and lace with a long
tulle veil and carried bride's ros-
es.
Her attendants were Miss Ber-
tar Brid, Miss Rita Cecilia Aran-
go and Miss Angela Marcela
Brid, and the groomsmen were
Robert Gardner, Luis E. Alfaro
and Raul Arango, Jr. Amelle
Gasteazoro Lacayo, Mariana de
la Guardia Gasteazoro and Te-
reslta Morales Oerbaud were
train bearers. Carrying the rings
and the money were Carlos En-
rique Fonseca Brid and Raul Al-
berto Gasteazoro Lacayo.
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Brid gave a reception at the
home of their brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fran-
cisco Morales.
South's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude E. Campbell of Balboa.
Mia. Reece's Luncheon
Honors Mrs. uinn
Mrs. Roy D. Reece gave a lun-
cheon at her residence in Balboa
today In honor of Mrs. Patrick J.
Qulnn of Toms River, New Jer-
sey.
Mrs. Reece Invited Mrs. Quinn's
daughters and daughters-in-law.
Mrs. Eugene C. Lombard, Miss
Theresa Qulnn. Miss Genevleve
Qulnn, Mrs. James F. Burgoon,
Mrs. Tristan Enjuto and Mrs.
Marc P. Qulnn; also Mrs. James
F. McKeevers, Mrs. Henry L. Do-
novan. Mrs. Wells D. Wright,
Mrs. 8. J. Jones, Mrs. Leo C.
Page, Mrs. J. Bartley Smith and
Mri. John F. Lewis, Jr.
Mrs. Alken Sails
for Now York ,
After a visit of two months
with her son-in-law and daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
MacMurray of Balboa, Mrs.
Charlotte Alken of Bethssda,
Maryland, sailed yesterday on the.
SS Panama for New York.
Bridal Shower
at Pedro Miguel
Miss Mary Lou Webb, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Webb of
Pedro Miguel, who is to be mar-
ried soon to William S. Hall, was
;;lven a miscellaneous shower
ast evening by a group of her
friends. Hostesses for the show-
er and late supper, held In the
Pedro Miguel Union Church par-
lors, were Mrs. Etta Lelsey, Mrs.
Edward Schnake, Mrs. -J. H.
Jones and Mrs, Robert Tahrt.
About 50 guests attended the
party.
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25 Jewish month
37 Algerian
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31 Harvest
32 Variable star
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34 Old
35 Passage In the I
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M Hindu queen
37 Swarm
31 Symbol for
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40 Laughter
sound
41 Consort of
Geb
45 Dance step
47 Part of "bo"
49 Yale
51 Masculine
appellation
53 Note in
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14 Fortification
56 Penetrated
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officials
51 Perfume
11 Oct up
12 Appear
17 Musical not*
20 He la------by
birth
22 Pilchards
34 Father or
mother
36 Defeated
37 Persian poet
31 Lett city
30 Malt drinks
31 Exquisite
40 Drove
41 On the
sheltered tide
48 Footed vises
44 Proposition
45 Writing tools
46 Crafts
47 Fish sauce
48 Manufactured
50 Girl's nsme
52 Driving
command
53 Sea eagle
55 Article
57 Eye (Scot.)
tlon" is being presented by the
World Problems Study Group of
the Canal Zone College Cluo
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Jewish
Welfare Armed Forces Service
Center, La Boca Road. Balboa. Ail
members of the club, their hus-
bands and other guests are in-
vited to be present.
Dr. Ernest C. Jeppsen, Chief of
Field Parties, Education Division,
Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs, has arranged the program
which will include talks by Dr.
Max Arosemena, former Minister
of Education in Panama and now
a consultant on the Cooperative
Education Program in Panama,
by Dr. John E. Grlnnell who is
in charge of the Rural Education
program in Panama and by A. S.
Boynton who directs the Voca-
tional Education of the program
here.
Spring Boll Will
Feature Young
Cold Coast Singer
BUI Elmendorf. young vocalist
who won the Smoot-Hunnlcutt
Search for Talent Show, will be
featured at the Hotel Washing-
ton's Spring Ball tonight.
He will sing with Hugh Howard's
Society Orchestra.
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Mr. and Mrs. Olivier have as
their house guest his mother.
.'f-s. Jeanne Olivier, who arrived
Leaves for
Rio de Janeiro
Mrs. Charles S. South and her
children John and Patricia, are
leaving today for their home In
Rio de Janeiro, after a visit with
I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Rellly of Margarita and with Mr.
Guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Carpen-
ter of Balboa had as their guest
during the stay of the SS Maure-
tanla in port this week. Dr. Rob-
ert Stuart of New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardie
Leave for New York
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Har-
die of Balboa sailed yesterday on
the SS Panama to spend about
six weeks In New York, Pennsyl-
vania and Washington, D.C.
Colonel and Mrs. Adama
Entertain Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sakln and
Mrs. Ferari. who are c/uise pas-
sengers on the SS Nieuw Amster-
dam were guests of Colonel and
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ama during the stay of the ship
shere this week.
Cooking Clase
Holds Luncheon
Mrs. Maria de Hidalgo, wife of
the Ambassador of Chile, Mrs.
Hanah de Barreto, wife of the
Charge d'Aifalres of Brazil, and
Mrs. Ada de Jimenez, wife of the
Costa Rican Consul, were hos-
tesses at the luncheon meeting of
the I.A.W.C. Cooking Class this
week. The luncheon was given at
the home of Mrs. Jimenez in Pa-
nama City and those present
were: Mrs. N. Z. Stephens, Mrs.
W. J. Bright, Mrs. Vincent J.
Hanrahan, Mrs. Geo. F. Meyer,
Mrs. J. T. Murray, Mrs. Helen
Bowser, Mrs. E. B. Brown, Mrs.
Bobby Gerry. Mrs. Martha An-
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Mrs. Carmen R. de la Lastra,
Mrs. Panchlta de Ponce Rojas,
Mrs. Sofia Sotomayor. Mrs. Mer-
cedes Lasso de la Vega, Mrs. isa-
bel de Angelini.
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Inter-Club Squabble At Fever Heat Tomorrow
Kentucky Top College Basketball Team
In, Final U.P. Coaches9 Board Ratings
By United Press
NEW YORK, March 10 The Kentucky Wildcats
art on top of the college basketball heap... the nation's
Number One team. Kentucky received 322 points from the
United Press Board of Coaches to beat out Oklahoma A-
and-M in the final ratings for 1950-51.
Coach Adolph Rupp's men who won 27 out of 29
ajames received 19 first place votes in collecting those
pjoints. Oklahoma A-and-M, with a 27 and 3 records, drew
eight first-place ballots and 286 points.
The Aggies Missouri Volley Conference champs-
climbed to the top of the ratings earlier this week to unseat
tjte Wildcats. But then Oklahoma went down in a stunning
upset to Detroit, and the coaches shifted the number one
rptmg back to Kentucky. In all, the Wildcats were rank-
ed tops 10 times in the 15 weekly ratings by the coaches.
Kansas State Big Seven Conference champion with
a 21-3 record was ranked third. Big 10 titleholder Illi-
nois finished fourth, ahead of Columbia, the only major
unbeaten in the country.
.' Rounding out the top 10 are Bradley, North Carolina
State, Indiana, St. John's of Brooklyn, and Brigham Young.
The first five ranking teams all will be competing in
the N.S.A.A. Tournament, along with North Carolina State,
Brigham Young, and St. John's.______________________
Leal, Green Ready
For Title Clash
Tomorrow Night
Bantamweight Champion Ce-
sar Leal and Challenger Baby
Green yesterday terminated their
beavv training schedule for to-
morrow night's 15-round 118-
pound championship bout.
Bemifinallsts Lull Thompson
and Sammy Medina alto wound
up training All four fighters were
today reported to be in excellent
nape.
Tomorrow night will be the
first time Leal defends his crown
Ince scoring a one-round knock-
out over Juan Diaz II more than
a year ago.
Green pounded out a unani-
mous decision at the Panama
Olympic Stadium several weeks
ago in a ten-rounder. Leal is fa-
vored to retain his erown over
the longer route.
. The Medina-Thompson fight
k another 126-pound division
Henriquez Cup
Tennis Tourney
Play Continues
Play In the Henriquez Cup Ten-
nis Tournament continues tl.is
afternoon and tomorrow. AM
matches will be played at the
New Cristobal tennis courts.
This afternoon at 3 p.m. G.
Young meets W. Arthur.
Tomorrow there will be two sin-
gles and two doubles matches.
At 8:30 a.m. Frank Hladky-Ju-
lio Pinllla vs. Lalche-Perry.
9:3Q a.m. K. Young vs. C. Old-
field .
10:30 a.m. Myron Fischer v:.
Cpl. Perry.
2 p.m. Mlsner-Randolph vs.
Hedges-Barnes.
elimination contest. Thompson,
because of his youth and superior
reach, is favored to whip the vet-
eran Medina.
Two four round preliminaries
round out the card. General ad-
mission is only oae dollar (11).
Fifteen Teams Open
'Exhibitions' Today
JBy UNITED PRESS
FLORIDA, March 10 Fifteen
Major League baseball teams will
open their exhibition schedule
today la Florida, California and
Arizona.
The only absentee Is Detroit.
The Tigers start the Grapefruit
Circuit tomorrow against the
Cincinnati Reds at Tampa.
The one game In Arizona sends
the World Champion New York
Yankees against the Cleveland
Indians at Tucson. Two rookies
will start for the Yankees. Gil
McDougald will open at third
base, and Mickey Mantle will
start In Joe DIMaggio's center
field berth.
Manager Casey Stengel of the
Yankees will pitch Bob Porter-
field and two rookies Max Pe-
terson and Tom Morgan. Stengel
Is huntin gfor a fifth starting
pitcher to replace Eddie Ford,
now In the Army. Porterfield may
get the job If he shows well on
the exhibition circuit. _
The Brooklyn Dodgers and
Boston Braves meet In a night
game at Miami. Don Newcome
a 19-game winner last yearwill
start on the mound for the
Dodgers. Johnny Saina 20-
game winner gets the call for
the Braves, Erv Palica who
was scheduled to follow New-
combe has a sore a/m. He'll
be replaced by Chris Van Cuyk.
Another section of the Braves
will tangle with the National
Leasue Champion Phlladelohla
Phils at Clearwater. Vern Bick-
Major League no-hltter of 1950
will be the Number-One pitch-
er for the Braves. Relief special-
ist Jim Konstanty will work the
first three Innings for the Phils.
The Boston Red Sox and the
Cincinnati Reds meet at Sara-
sota. The Reds will pitch two
mainstavs Ken Raffensberger
and Howie Fox and they'll
have a veteran lineup.
In other Florida exhibitions,
the Washington Senators play
the Philadelphia A's at Orlando,
and the New York Giants take
on the St. Louis Cardinals at St.
Petersburg.
In California, the Chicago
White Sox and the Chicago Cubs
ulay at Pasadena. Veteran" Bob
Rush and Paul Minner will do
the pitching for the Cubs. The
St. Louis Browns and Pittsburgh
Pirates meet at San Bernardino.
For the most part, rookie will
take the limelight today, and in
the exhibition games to come.
They mult prove to the managers
that'they have the ability to stay
In the Majors.
Many veterans are setting their
own pace In training camp. Stan
Muslal and Enos Slaughter of the
Cardinals didn't play In a camp
game until Thursday. First base-
man Gil Hodges of the Dodgers
didn't put on a uniform until yes-
terday. Pitcher Bob Feller of the
Cleveland Indians is sticking to
his own training routine, despite
protest from Manager Al Lopez.
Firemen's Insurance
Whips Star & Herald
14-4 in Beer Loop
The Firemen's Insurance soft-
ball team found their batting
eyes last night and climbed all
over two Star and Herald pitch-
ers for 14 runs with many hits.
Turner collected three for four
while Hilslnger helped win his
own game with a three for five.
Scott, playing shorstop, hit the
onlv homerun of the game in the
seventh Inning.
The newsboys met their Water-
loo In the first inning as the
deadly Firemen scored seven
runs However, with Oanss In the
Star and Herald lineup for future
games, the lot of the newsmen
should Improve.
Hllzlnger. although not pitch-
ing perfect ball, was certainly a
miser with the hits In the clutch-
es. He allowed only five hits dIus
seven scattered bases on balls.
Monday Is the next game folks,
and you sure are missing out on
the cold beer by not attending.
Llnescore:
by
JOE WILLIAMS
F. Insurance
Star
and Herald
. 732
. 201
UO0 2-14
oorTM
Vincola Licorera, S.A.
takes this opportunity to inform the publie in general
and Panama baseball fans in particular
that they are in no measure responsible for
the conditions which led up to the violations and fine
of the Panama Baseball League team known as
V r A
VINCOLA LICORERA. S. A. has
generously sponsored the team since its organization
and has always, and in every way,
complied with $tonsor*hip requirements and arrangements
entered into with the team director.
The name "Carla Vie/a" still means RUM at its VERY BEST !
MIAMI BEACH.ratting one Uttle word after another and
whatever became of Sen. (Red) Pepper? Never hear of him down
here any more. Hottest tip around Hialeah on closing day had
nothing to do with the galloping glue pot*. You were asked to
believe a Kentucky group, headed by Leslie Combs II, it going
to take over Brlmont. Supposed to open negotiations this week
in New York. When's the PGA going to identify the Metropolitan
golfer who was suspended 30 days for faulty arithmetic on the
winter tour?
eve
There was nothing In the Flamingo that looked like a Derby
horse. To the extent that the race seemed to eliminate every
starter, the 3-year-old picture was clarified. Yildlr, the winner,
hasn't even been entered. It's Just as well. He was staggering at
the finish. Considering he was left at the post. Timely Reward,
beaetn off by a neck, was the most Impressive, but In view of
the time, 1.51 1/5 in fast going, nearly four seconds off the track
record, it was actually a dull performance. Battle Morn, favorite,
ranked as the fifth best 8-year-old prospect In Campbell's fig-
ures, ran a lifeless race. Only In one detail did the prerace dope
stand up: General Staff dropped from first to eighth In the
stretch run. Apparently Col. L. S. MacGenlus hasn't yet got
racing licked.

If the play here this winter is a criterion, New York Is in
for a smashing season. Hialeah enjoyed even greater prosperity at
the machines than Tropical, which was up 19 per cent. Free-
lance economists attribute the betting mania more to inflation
than the crack down en bookies. Indicating that this may be so
Is the unparalleled activity of the halter men. The other day
there were eight claims for the same horse (Blue Speed) in
a 111,000 category. To keep the record straight, It wasn't Ben
Gaines who got hooked for 5100,000 on the Orange Bowl game,
as Broadway gossip had it. Only gambling Gaines does is in
Florida real estate. "When the price was IS to 1 against Truman
I was tempted to make a bet.'' Gaines told me. "but your friend,
Ed Sullivan, talked me out of it." They'll do it every time.

Fashion note: The beach nymphs are fea'turlng platinum
painted finger nails this season. Bucky Harris, who had him In
Washington, doesn't think the aging Ray Scarborough will help
the Red Sox pitching much. Ted Williams is building a home here
and report has it there'll be a sign on his lawn reading: "Trades-
men and sports writers use the rear entrance." It's been so long
since the white-collar worker could afford a white collar he must
wonder who's kidding who In Washington. Obviously inflation
means nothing to the stork, as witness the birth of a Cleveland
baby, weighing 17 pounds 5Va ounces. Fred Corcoran, the sultan
cf women's golf, wintering here, rates Bobby Locke of South
Africa as the world's best golfer today. Best of all time? "Bobby
Jones." There must be a lot of White House stenographers down
here; the dames all wear mink coats in the night spots.
so.
The basketball stench is topic B on the beach. Everywhere
I go people ask me: "What's going to happen to the game?" My
answer Is that there has to be a completely new approach be-
fore it can hope to regain public confidence. I don't believe you
will see college basketball In Madison Square Garden for 10 years
or more. The corruption has gone too deep and is toe wide spread.
Ned Irish would seem to have disqualified himself as a promoter
because of his failure to act In a situation that has screamed for
realistic safeguards for years. Same goes for coaches like (lair
Bee and Nat Holman. How can the public ever be sure that these
men are presenting honest basketball? If they can't tell they are
incompetent. If it's impossible to tell the game should be filed
away and forgotten. Booauie or the statute of limitations only
half the sordid" story will ever be told. The fixers have been in
action for at least 12 years. And all during this time not one
single disclosure can be traced to the vigilance of the promoter
or the top coaches.

The baseball owners will move in here this week, armed with
brief cases and well-oiled tonsila, to take up the matter of Chan-
dler's $85,000 contract. Warren piles, president of the Cincinnati
Reds, agrees with this department that the conversations will
rerult In a sta'emate, no successor will be named and Chandler
will finish out his term which runs to the spring of '52. Giles 1
in Chandler's corner but admits the lame duck commissioner Is
still shy two votes. My candidate Is George Trautman because
I believe baseball should be run by a baseball man. But If the
club owners insist on an outsider, they could not get a better
manor one who would be more reassuring to the fans In the
present circumstancesthan New York's D.A., Frank Hogan.
Summit Tackles Panama
In 'Match Of The Year'
S T A
Team
Panama. .
Summit Hills.
Amador. .
Bracos Brook.
Fort Davis. .
N D I N G 1
At
Davis Summit rasos
M Mtt tt
". M
10 MM H
4 *
*y 1
1
Total
43
19 '
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The big answer In the 1951 Peterson Inter-Club golf matches
Is expected to be given tomorrow at Fort Amador when the sur-
prisingly strong Summit Hills outfit tangles with the star-laden
Panama club.
Panama, having started once more than Summit and having
walloped Fort Davis 29-1 on that occasion, holds the present lead
but is actually behind Summit in corresponding plav. The Sum-
mit "Sweater Girls" clobbered Brasas for 20 Mi petate on opening
day and last week smashed a better than fair Amador contin-
gent for IV. i.
Summit's somewhat surprise
slaughter of Amador was three
and a half points better than Pa-
nama was able to do and, accord-
ing to strict form, the Summit-
eers should rate slight favorites
over Panama.
This 20-man team best ball
play, however, like football or
Juan Franco. Is nothing you can
bank on and the originally favor-
ed Panama plasterers are still
given the nod by the fairways
savants.
Among the many good reasons
for Panama getting the edge are
such sharpshooters as Johnny
MacMurray, best amateur golfer
in Latin America: Jaime de la
Guardia, Johnny's peren nial
heel-dogger; Anbal Macarrn,
the spaghetti pro with the line
drives to enter field: Herb Mit-
ten, the long rhan with the short
game; Matt Shannon, who gets
younger every day and can putt,
even at Amador; and a couple
of guys named Bill and Joe down
to No. 10 position where dwells
Teach Captain Earle Gerrans,
who is no turkey in any league.
That's hardly an Inviting
lineup for Gene Hochstedler's
Summltters to charge Into but
where that S Girls are short on
name stars they are well forti-
fied with capable players and
very long Indeed on that thing
called team spirit.
Summit leans mostly to Maurle
Muller. George and Jim Riley,
Dick Thompson, and AlSaarlnen
but they have a lot of other
blokes who are hot and cold and
Recruit Simpson
Bats Like Williams
And Is Nonchalant
TUCSON. Arte.. Mar. 10 (NEAl
Al Lopez can't get over how
much Harry i8ultcase) Simpson
reminds him of Ted Williams.
The lanky recruit outfielder
cocks his bat like the Red Sox
slugger, waits until the last
split second to uncoil.
"He lashes with the bat as if
It were a buggy whip." points out
Lopes, the new Cleveland man-
ager. "I'm not saying he's another
Williams .though. He just looks
like him."
Hilltop Track Coach
Shops For A Special
Award For His Star
MILWAUKEE, Mar. 10 (NEA>.
Marquette track coach Mel
Shlmek is shopping for a trophy,
but he Isn't sure just when he'll
award It.
For a long time, Shlmek. who
holds the all-time Hilltop record
of 9:31.5 for the two-mile, set in
1927, has promised a special
award for any boy who betters
the mark.
Sophomore Johnny Stearns,
who has been timed 9:35.3, looks
like a sure thing.
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have been dove-tailing perfectly,
as title winning best oall teams
j do. This group consists mostly of
Bob Spaln-jlm Ridge, Eddie Dur-
ham-Paul Moran, "Roundhouse"
Mahoney-Jankus, and the Pres
Trims, big and little.
Summit also has the most mo-
dern discovery in golf in Don
McNevln, but they've been laying
back and looking for the opport-
une time to spring him . the
daylight of Sunday isn't that
time.
The other match tomorrow pita
Brazos Brook against Davis, and
there isn't much to say about
that except that Braaoe will be
out after every possible point in
order to pass Amador In third
place. They need 25 points to do
It. . and Mike Kullkowskl and
his crew may have some little
thing to say about that.
The matches come to a closet
the following Sunda yat Panama
where Summit smiles at Davis
and Amador sneers at Brazos, but
to all Intents and purposes to*
morrow's the day. It's either
Summit or Panama, and you can
wager a few plantains either way.
Gamboa Tigers Cop
'D' Loop District !
Baseball Crown
The Oamboa Tigers won th#
Class "D" District Baseball
Championship sponsored by the
Physical Education and Recrea-
tion Section by defeating Cocoll
by the score of 24 to 3 to clinch
the second half title.
Oamboa won the first half
without a loss ,the Tigers will
meet the Ancon-Diablo-Balboa-
Curundu District winner Monday
at Diablo for the Pacific Side
championship.
The winner of this contest will
meet the winner of the Atlantic
Side for the Canal Zone Cham-
pionship at Mt. Hope Stadium oo
March 17.
The Oamboa hitting attack
was too much for the Cocoll
hurlers which consisted of Hill,
Flske and Hamma. Kenny Morris,
Miles Metcalf and Lloyd Hender-
son were the leading Gambo
hitters while Dorsch, Hill, and
Hamma each got one hit to ac-
count for the three hits off of
Carlos 8else, Oamboa starting
pitcher.
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Y' Hoop League
There will be a meeting of all
Services interested in entering a
representatives of the varioua
team In the 1951 "Warm-Up"
Basketball League to be held
Monday, the 12th at 7:30 p.m.
at the Balboa Armed Servicea
Y. M. C. A.
Representatives are urged to be
on time for this important meet-
ing.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
. or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
1M Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
0. R. De ROUX CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Manager. Sub-Manager.
HOURS:
From t:M a.m. to 12:3* p.m.
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^Attiantic J^oety
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MRS. BETANCOURT INTRODUCED AT DINNER
Captain and Mr, rioyd Form, f Gatuii enUrUlnart a
irwi t triendi lor a bufltt dinner Thursday twMlnf. The
Sffalr honored their houeefueet. Mn. Beeele F. BeUneoart of
Oeorjetown. South Carolina.
Commander and Mn. Ray
Entertain
Commander and Mrs. R. C. Ray
ntertained with an elaborate
cocktail party at their quarter
on the Coco Solo Naral Station
Thunday evening.
Sixty friendi called during the
evening.
Morning Coffee at Port Davit
Mn. J. B. Storle and Mrs.
George W. Kennedy were co-
hosteiae for the monthly coffee
given by the Trlple-A ladles at
Fort Davis.
Those who attended were Mrs
Louis Fournler. Mrs. Truman
Bennett. Mrs. Clarence E. Strike.
Mrs. Ovldeo Perez, Jr., Mrs. Tho-
mas M. Larner. Mm. J. H.
Wlggs. Mrs. Manning Hutchln-
aon ,Mrs. A. A. Picclrllli, Mrs.
James Jess, Mrs. J. T. Donahue,
Mrs. B. K. Ogan, Mrs. Robert
Carroll. Mrs. H. F. Oreen. Mrs.
Henry Hartwlg. Mrs. Mllo Gard-
ner. Mrs. Oeorge Poole. Jr.. Mrs.
William Llndstrom. Mrs. James
Scarborough. Mrs. A. E. Hill. Mrs.
Walter Skeistaltls and Mrs. W.
D. Bailey.
During the morning Mrs. Paul
Davis gave a talk regarding l he
missionary work being done on
the Isthmus and the work in
which she has participated In.
Mr. and Mrs. McDade
Leave for Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mc-
Dad?. of New Cristobal, were a-
mon the passengers sailing yes-
terday for New York. They will
e/.tjoy a two-month vacation in
Wewwersey, Washington and New
, York.
Before their departure they en-
tertained with a dinner party at
their home. Their guests were:
Dr. and Mrs. Eric Murry, Mr. and
Mrs George Carty, Mr. and Mrs.
M. K. Bailey and Miss Lily Que
of Panama City.
Visitor Celebrates
Fifth Bin:.dav
Young Robert Du Plantis, who
with his parents. Mr. and Mis.
H. L Du Plantisof Llmon, Costa
Rica, are visiting Mr.and Mrs.
Harold White of Brazos Heights,
celebrated his fifth birthday an-
niversary Thursday.
Mrs. White entertained with a
party for her young gueet. Those
Invited were: Pat and Colleen
Lawson, Dick, Pat and Mary Mi-
chael Brzezinskl. Mary Dale and
Sam Puller. Mary Frances Pial*.
Larry DldUr and Mary Peyton
and Sam Darling.
Dinner Part*
at Coco Solo
Lt. Commander and Mrs. C B.
Dlehl entertained with an Infor-
mal dinner party at their quar-
ters last evening.
Their guests were: Lt. Com-
mander w. J. Meagher and his
mother. Mrs. Thomas Meagher,
Lt. and Mrs. L. J. Ducote, Mrs.
Paul Tesch, Mrs. Mabelle Thom-
son and Mr. Richard Ducote.
Woman's Club to
Sponsor Stenciling Class
A class In stenciling fabrics
will be sponsored by the Cristo-
bal Woman's Club. It starts Wed-
nesday at 9:00 am. at the Gilbert
House. Mrs. Samuel Craig will
be the Instructor.
There will be five lessons at a
cost of a dollar per lesson. Any
member or friend may register
by calling the Gilbert House or
coming to the class. They are re-
quested to bring textile paints,
stencil paper, stencil brushes and
a tool for cutting the stencil.
Rebekah Club Meeting
The arlstobal Rebekah Club
met at the home of Mrs. Pauline
Holmelln In Margarita Thursday
evening for their regular meet Inn
with Mrs. Virginia Starke as co-
hosteai.
Games wire played and the
rlaes were won by Mrs. Emm
stes and Mrs. Adelle Heath.
The other members present
were Mrs. Maude Lawrence, MM.
Violet Deaklns, Mrs. Leta Robin-
son, Miss Grace William. Mrs.
Roberta Crandall. Mrs. Betty O'-
Rourke and Mrs. Helen Stern.
Drama to be Presented
by Gatun Civic Theater
"An Inspector Calls," a three-
act drama, will be presented
Thursday evening by the Oatun
Civic Theater In the Theater o
the Oatun Clubhouse. The cur-
tain will rise at 8:00 p.m. Price of
admission is a dollar per person
and all eats are reserved. For
reservations call Mrs. Robert
Thomas 5:2M.
The play has been directed by
Mrs. Dorothy Therlot and Is be-
ing staged by James Coman.
Other members of the cast are:
Mr. William Nessler. Mr. Frank
Hottai. Mr. Robert Thomas. Mr.
Frank Moumblow. Mrs. Mary
Hottai, Mrs. Andrea Nessler and
Mr*. Mildred Oray.
Municipal Division
Completes Work
On RP Waler Lines
The Municipal Division has
completed a $41.003 project of re-
placing six-inch water lines of
43rd, 44th and 45th Streets In
Panama City, according: to Muni-
cipal Engineer F. H. Lerchen's
monthly report.
The principal new projects of
the division on the Pacific side
last month aside from the water
main replacement in Panama
City were the word In connection |
with the 72-lnch Balboa inter-
ceptor sewer line, site prepara-'
tlon for quarters on Guayacan
Terrace in Ancos, and repairs to
the ewers on Barneby Street and t
Amador Road.
Municipal Division workers on
the Atlantic side were mostly en-
gaged during January on clear-
ing, grading and site prepara-
tion for new quarters at Marga-
rita, and similar work for the
building program in Silver City.
The work at Margarita was re-
ported 90 per cent completed at
the end of February, while the
lte work and Installation of mu-
nicipal facilities for the Silver
City House was reported one-
fourth finished.
Doing Her Share
CntRFfllTLKH
Italian Night Successful Evening
The Italian Night arranged oy
the Decorating Committee of the
Inter-American Woman's Club to
raise funds to redecorate the
building was an unusual affair in
the line of benefit dinners.
The club was decorated with
colored lights, palms, hellconia
and coffee roses. The 91 flags of
the Latin-American Republics
the symbol of the clubwere
used on the stage.
Mrs. Ruben Arela announced
the program. Mrs. Clifton Saso
sang two numbers. "La Boheme''
and "II Bacho." She was accom-
panied by her mother, Mrs. Ma-
ria de Torbert. Miss Evelyn
Frankel played a number of ac-
cordion selections.
The daughters of members of
the clubdressed In peanaat
skirts and blousessold wine.
The committee In charge of the
affair was composed of Mrs.
Frederick Haseloff and Mr. Sid-
ney Passailague, chairmen, with
Mrs. Dora Bell, Mrs. Percival Al-
berga, Mrs. Enrico Servante, Mrs.
Samuel D. Puller. Mn. Margaret
Schommer. Mr. Frederick Olsen,
Mrs. Mabelle Thomson and Mrs.
Clarence B. Dlenl.
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Today, Saturday, Mar. 10
P.M.
3:30Bebop Show
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
6:15London present
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hail
(RDF i
7:30Pabst Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00Newreel U.8.A. (VOA)
8:15In the Sportllght (VOA)
8:30Platter Parade (VOAi
8:49Radio Amateurs Program
(VOA)
9:00The H.O.G. Hit Parade
9:30>-Your Hit ParadeState-
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10:00BBC Bandstand
10:30Date for Dancing
10:45American Favorites
11:00The Owl's Nest
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RDFRadiodifusin Francais
A Marine wife, Doris Sears, of
Portland, Ore., supports her fight-
ing- husband by donating blood at
the Red Cross blood center for
ahlpment overseas to the combat
areas. Mrs. Sears knows at Brat
hand what her donation means
sine* her husband was wounded In
the Korean flfhlln. She hai now
teamed up with two other servlc
wives to recruit donors for th*
i Portland Red Croo Blood Center
186 Red Cross
First Aid Teachers
Certified In Feb.
A total of 186 persons were cer-
tified as lnitructors In Red Cross
first aid during the past month.
It was announced today by Red
Cross headquarters. One hundred
and three of those awarded cer-
tificates are employes of the Ca-
nal and Railroad and 83 are
members of the Armed Forces.
Raymond J. Amlro. Special
Field Representative of Safety
Services. American National Red
Cross, who has been in charge of
the training of the Instructors,
departed today for the Virgin Is-
lands where he will continue this
work. After the Virgin Islands,
Amlro next stop will be Puerto
Rico.
The instructor are now avail-
able for community flrt-aid
training, or for any church or
other organization that may wish,
to schedule special classes with-
in their own organization. Inter-
ested group may arrange fof
special classes by calling the Ci-
vil Defense Advisor at 2-1903.
Too Much Hillbilly
ST. CLAIRVILLE. W. Va. (UP)
Hillbilly music became Jiut toa
much for Raymond Oelmlni, par-
ticularly when hi wife Hazel re-
fused to care for their home, pre-
pare meals or do washing because
of it. Gelmlnl, seeking a divorce,
said his wife had joined a hillbil-
ly band, singing and playing ~
guitar.
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7:30Sign on
American Symphony
8:30Hymns of all Churches
9:00Bible Auditorium of the
Air
9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London Studio Melodies
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10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30American Composers
11:00National Lottery (Tropl-
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11:15Sacred Heart Program
11:30Meet The Band
12:00Invitation To Learning
12:30Popular Music
1:00American Chorales
1:15Harry Horllck
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00OPERA AND SYMPHO-
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7:30Thru the Sport Glass
7:45Radio Varieties. U.8.A.
8:00News and Sports
8:15American View points
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8:30Hit Parade (VOA)
9:00Masterworks from France
(RDF)
9:30Excursions In Science
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MARCH II, 1M1
The More You Tell ....The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
75 words
. 3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
Ne. 4 I null Av.
Phauc 2-tttl
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque da l-ewaapa
Panama
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth o July Ave.
Phon 2-S441
BOTICA CARLTON
II Mt Malandei Avo.
Phon* 55 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. 54 Woat 12U Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 "H" Street Paoaaaa
No. 12.17 Central Ave. Col
Ancn Office of Red Cross
Distributes Food to Needy
FOR SALE
Automobile*
'POR SALE: 1949 Pontioc "8"
; Chieftain 4-door sedan with Hy-
-3u dnmotic, radio and heater, excel-
lent condition. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
328 or 88-374.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet Tudor.
new battery. good ,ir,s' Many
miles of good transportation. Also
I set of golf clubs. Tel. Balboa
3476.
"SOR SALE: $150.00. Blue 1936
Ford 4-door. Rum, looks good, new
tires. House 550-A, Curundu Hgts.
Phone 83-2112.
TOR SALE:1950 Pontioc Convert-
ible; rad^o. WSW, undercoated.
11.000 miles, $1.900. Cash or
financed. 83-3102.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hiih fleta oil ..inta
ana) enameli. MHdtw-proof. $3.25
gallan. Tropidura Storci.
Take o good look in your mirror. Con
you really face Easter without o
general overhaul and new paint
job? Special holiday rotes on per-
rrancnts and face treatments.
Genell Bliss Cocoli !l>outy Shop.
4-557.
FCR SALE:37 Ford Sedan, $125-
lX 0. 38 Studeboker Sedan, $200.-
00. Tel. 4-143.________________^_
FCR SALEJeep: excellent condition,
S good tires. $550.00. House 721
,, Cocol., C. Z. 2-1024._________
-FCR SALE: 1950 Dodge, Club
""'" Coupe, new 2.800 miles. Zenith
" radio ond record player. Toble
model, new. 1488-C, Dormn St.
Balboa. Tel. 1760. ^^^^__
W* SALE7 SIST OfTtAKIS IT.
Oldsmobile Sedan 1942, radio, new
upholstery ond tires, very good
paint. See Mamo, La Porisien,
Central Ave. No. 113.
FOR SALE: Thorough-brad wire-
haired Terrier Puaaiti. Also Baiick
Dyn allow, 1950 Special 'Da Lux a.
four door icdan, at new, anly
4.O00 milei. Call 3-1452, Crii-
lbal.
FOR SALE: One upright piano.
Roosevelt Ave. House No. 10,086
between 10-11 Sts.
FOR SALE:Fishing Poles. Rod and
Reel 9.0 x 6.0. Complete set. cost
less than new reel. Can be seen at
Ancon Clubhouse.
FOR SALE: One Wurl.tier Spinet
piano, nearly new, $500.00. House
8185-B, Martforita 3-2456.
*OR SALE:One Reo Sedan, .age
unknown, good shape, 4 good tires
ond 2 new. 2 pair extras. First
$150.00. Phone 5-377, mornings.
FOR SALE: Urgent, 1941 Buick
convertib'e. grey, new tires. WSW.
nylon upholstery. Cheap. Ernesto
Lefevre Avenue No. 40, Porque
Leievre.
FOR SALE:1938 Pontiac 2-door
sedan, excellent condition, $300.-
00. Telephone 2-3558. House 834-
A, Wight St., ilboo. ^^^^
POR SALE:1937 Cadillac Coup*,
good condition. New rubber and
- battery. $200.00. House 127-B.
Go tun.
OR SALE2-Door Ford Sedan 1946
- m good condition, recently over-
hauled, with good tires. Con be
i seen at E:so Standard Oil, Q Street
Panamo. Very low price.
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet Sedan.
. excellent condition, can be finan-
ced. Coll 83-3105 or may be seen
at Qtrs. 562-B. Curundu Heights.
FOS SALE:--1941 Plymouth 4-door,
. leather upholstery, never h a s
changed hor.ds. complete engine
-land chcs'is overhaul in 1948.
ptigincl paint in jcod condition,
very good tires. Cash deol only. Call
.....iBolboa 161 I or see it at 577 An-
cn
FOr SALEOn* Nash 1937. 4 Da*r
Siaion. anly 29.300 miles, origin-
al point, food, naw finis, carbu-
retor, clutch, windshield wiper and
fl*>i. Iraks and fuel system all
tm ove.hauled recently, perfect run-
ning condition, eicellent buy, drive
^it ewoy. only $150.00 dawn pav-
;''oient, contact 793-8. Tavernille
Street, galboo Tel. 2-1855.
HOME DELIVERY ON THESE
Lion's Club Raffle Tickets.
Tel. Panama 2-2454 and 3-3016
4580 6990 0650
4581 6991 0651
4582 6992 0652
4583 6993 0653
4584 6994 0654
4585 6995 0655
4586 6996 0656
4587 6997 0657
45S8 6998 0658
4589 6999 0659
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Furniture ot o two bed-
room apartment, twin beds, double
bed, dressing table, bureaus and
miscellaneous items. Apartment I,
M. J. Hurtado Av*. No. 21
Telephone 3-1870. ^^^^^
FOR SALE:Furniture. Sawing mo-
chine, typewriter, refrigerator, gas
stove, etc. Second street Perry Hill
No. 15. Ruiz Building Apt. 6.
FOR SALE:25 Cycle. 9 ft. West-
inghouse refrigerator. Practically
new, $200.00. 3 yr. guarantee.
1549-A, Gaviln Areo.
FOR SALE:1941 2 door Oldsmobile
Sedan, overhauled, good rubber.
Mahogany diningroom set. Gen-
ral Electric ice box, 9 cu. ft., all
porcelain, 25 cycle. 12 in..electric
G. E. fan, 25 cycle. Cheap for
quick sale. House 235 Pedro Mi-
guel. Phone 4-563.
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Santo Clero beoch.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
William Santo Clara Beoch Cottage
Two bedroom, electr.c refrigera-
tion Rocxgot rang* Phono Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
bilupe. Beach cottage. Sonta Cloro
Bo number 435. Balboa Phone
Pona 167?
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE: Cedor Chest. Brown
wool suit, size 16. Telephone
Ponoma 2-3067.
FOR SALE:I Kenmore ironing ma-
chine, 3 piece Philippine Rattan
bamboo livingroom set, used only
6 months, 3 piece dmingroom set,
I mahogony desk for small child.
I mahogany single bed with spring,
Hy-Score air pistol with 4.000
pellets. 814-A Empire St. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Spinet piano made by
Winter. This is ar\ excellent qua-
lity instrument. $450.00, best of-
fer for quick sale. 33rd St. No.
31. Exposition Grounds.
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 1 -2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crate. Far-
macia Lo Esperanza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
Help Wanted
FOR SALE:Cabinet radio. Must
sacrifice. At house No. 0788-C,
Williamson Place. Balboa. C. Z.
FOR SALE:Adding machine, type-
writer, cash register, large safe,
steel desk, office choir, show cases,
card filing cabinet, 54" square
toble, small gas refrigerator, in-
dustrial sewing machine, 25 cycle.
motors 1-8 to 3 3-5 horsepower
all exceptionally low priced
Sector Recreational Service, Coro-
zal. Phone 2220.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Cocker Spaniel light tan co-
lor, reword for return. Call 3-1365.
House 8177-B, Margarita.
LOST:Wallet with cdula No. 3-
1161 drivers licence, other person-
al papers belonging to Cecil Miles
Bet'y. Please retun to "El Pona-
mi"'or Box 109 Cristobal. Reword.
FOUNDBarkis Elton at Tonk. Farm
thanks to Mr. Roger Williams,
FOR SALE
Boat & Motor*
WANTED: Competent cook, with
references. Must sleep in. Good
salary. Tel. 3-0255. No. 21, 9th.
street, San Francisca.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street Eost and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mender & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT: Compeltely furnished
modern aportmenf, all convenien-
ces. For two months. Call 3-3268
mornings and evenings only.
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves 8plce Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
RE-UPHOLSTER
Umi price
Alhambra apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished apartments. Con-
tact office No. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Phone 1 386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment,
consisting of one bedroom, dining-
room, porch, kitchen. Chalet No.
121, Paitilla Road. All convenien-
ces. Good price to responsible par-
ty.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:GMC Truck, 10 wheels
with winche. Coll telephone 3-
1593, Ponama. 8 a. m. to 5:00 p.
m.
WANTED TO BUY:New or used
zinc, tiles, celotex, roll of mosqui-
to screening, toilet bowls, wash
bowls, kitchen smk. tubing. Must
be in good condition. Write to Box
1045, Panoma or telephone 3-
0471.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
HOME FOR RETIREMENT: The
Land of the Sky, in the Mountains
of North Coralina offers on ideal
place for retirement. Excellent
year round climate. Write S. R.
Hiter c/o Edw. R, Sutherland Co.
Realtors for information. HEN-
DERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLI-
NA.
FOR SALE:$700.00, metal launch
with 25 H. P. Universal marine
engine, all equipped. No. 497 at
Gamboa Yacht Club. Phone 6-197.
PERSONALS
If you lack poise, grace, confidence
1' 'find self assurance, contact us.
"274 3105 or Balboa "Y" Hornett
--> Dunn.
.MARRIED COUPLESA cordial wel-
,.._ come and a profitable hour will
' 'be yours at the "Couple's Class"
|t:. of the First Boptist Church In Bal-
eW boo Heights. 9:30 each Sunday
morning.
Legal
_il Notice
"Vnsrea States District Court Far The
District Ot The Canal Zane
Balboa Division
IN THE 1IATTKR (lf THK ADOPTION
Krnait Smith
minor of orar 'ha aaa of 1. Taara.
Lanar 54T" No- '*'
CITATION
ACTION K'R ADOPTION
TO: ISABEL SMITH atOYER:
You art hrrrby rltod and rctjulrad to
appaar before Ihr United Matra Uiatrlrt
^Ht for Ihr Dlatrirt ol tha Casal Zort.
Divlaio of Balboa. at tha court room
th.reof. in Ancon. (anal Zona, on Tha ra-
dar toa 19th of April, lSI. at nina
. clock in tJia forenoon of that dar.
than and thare to ehoar cauta, if any
\ you haya, why Sarah Tullocb ahould nut
procard with th. hearing of h.r patitlon
I for thr adoption of tha said dm:
Smith.
WitntM tha Honorable Joseph J. Han-
ock. Judc. United SlatM Dialrlct Court
for tha Dlatrirt of the ranal Zona, thia
I Pth day of March. 1st).
C T. McCara.Uk. Jr.,
,_,.. '' I
UlALi ^ by I I'-HHISON
* W Deputy Clan
I TO ISABEL 8MITI. El
Tba 'oreguin, ,-it.ti ,, \ .,d upon
L Pow by publication puraiiant to tha ord-
. or of tha Honorably Joaaph J. Hancock.
Jud- In,tad sum Ili.trlct Court for
the district of the (anal Zone, dated
March S. IIS], and entered and filed in
le action In the oflre of the Clerk
If tha United Stelae Dlatrirt Court for
Piltrict of tha (anal Zone for the
ttlyieio* of Balboa, on March , mi.
C. T. McCoraaick. Jr.
Clerk of I
In
Lala E. Herrlae
Deputy Clerk
Isaac Oslrowiak
ill Give Concert
Al JWB on Monday
The JWB. Armed Forces Ser-
vice Center in Balboa will present
In concert. Monday at 8:30 p.m.,
I he well known young local vio-
linist. Isaac Ostrowlak. He plans
of this year's school term to con-
of thl year's schol term to con-
tinue his musical education in the
States. The program will be as
follows:
I
Sonata No. 3. Handel
Adagio
Allegro
Largo
Allegro
II
Concierto In E Minor, Mendels-
sohn
Allegro molto appaslonato
Andante
Allegro molto vivace
Intermission
III
Meditation from "Thais," Mas-
senet.
Romanza Andaluza. Sarasaie.
Gipsy Airs. Sarasate.
Caprlcclo No. 28. Fiorillo.
Perpetuum Mobile. Ries.
Tickets are on sale at the J.W.
B. Aimed Forces 8ervice Center.
General admission will be 50
cents.
In keeping with the policy of
the J.W.B. Armed Forces Serv-
ice Center, enlisted personnel of
the Armed Forces will be admit-
ted free.
FOS SALE:100.000 square meters
of land near cement factory with
privilege of obtaining more agri-
cultural land free, ot 4 cents per
meter, poyoble half down, balance
in five years. Also level lot ad-
joining "Villa Zaito" on trons-
i'thmian highway with electric
light, paved street ond only ten
minutes from Ponoma. Telephone
3-2407.
FOR SALE: High lot in exclusive
"El Cangrejo." near University,
for $5,300.00. Telephone 3-2407.
Lucky Oiscot cry for
Hard of Hoarlng
Tbouaand of man and aromen
arno could not hear iell and wer
almost df becauac of ear catarrh,
ara now making tha lucky discov-
ery of 8PANTEX. Many now aay
thev can hear a clock tick S faet
away Oat 8PANTRX from your
druniat today Rea how rut u
aUmulataa keener hearing.
FOR SALE:Lot in Las Cumbres.
1.600 meters. Bliss. Phone P.A.D.
6191.
LESSONS
CLASSICAL PIANISTS, learn to play
popular swing style quickly. Be-
ginners olso accepted. Bennett's
ludio No. 9. Juan B. Sosa, tele-
phone 2-1282.
FOR RENT;Modern complete fur-
nished apartment. Residential dis-
trict, Cubo Avenue and 38fh.
St. No. 9. Apt. 2, available March
21, for 2 months. Moid service if
desired.
FOR RENT:Two new oportment,
one and two bedrooms, livingroom.
diningroom. Smaller oportment,
furnished or unfurnished, electric
stove. Tel. 3-1 132.
FOR RENT:Furnished or unfurnish-
ed two bedroom oportment, very
cool, best location. Coll 2-2443.
FOR RENT:Modern well ventirdted
apartment in good location, two
bedrooms, eoch with bath and
bolcony, hot water installation,
maid's room, garage, in Bella Vis-
ta. No. 32, 44th St. Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment.
screened living-diningroom $60.00,
56, Belsono Porras. key apart-
ment 3. Phone 3-0841 (Facing
Eden theatre).
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaza 5 de Maye
Panam, R. P.
GIVE! The Ancon office of the local chapter of the American Red Crose is one of the
busiest of the Red Cross' many activities. Above. Miss Claire Ogden, in charge of the office,
assists two of the office's many callers. (US Army Photo)
Miss Claire Ogden, who runs
the Ancon office of the Canal
Zone Cliapter of the Red Cross, Is
well known to the many needy
persons who call on her for as-
sistance. Although Miss Ogrten
opens her office only on Tuesday
mornings, she Is busily engaged
at other times In personally in-
vestigating the cases brought to
her attention. If investigation
shows that the applicant Is des-
titute, she takes Immediate steps
to provide f6od or clothing lo
help alleviate the condition. ,
About 220 food packages a
month are distributed to persons
who are sick or disable and un-
able to work, and who have no
one to take care of them. Each
FOR RENT:Warehouse or shop on
ground floor 800 feet floor space,
windows well serened with heovy
iron bars, extra heavy doors. Also
three apartments on second floor,
two with two bedrooms, one with
one bedroom oil screened, tile
floors, new stoves and refriger-
ators, front ond rear entronces,
will rent all to one party for B.223
per month. Hopkins 63 1-2, 4th.
of July Ave.
DRY SEASON
Is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROP1DURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
FOR RENT:One bedroom furnished
apartment. Fngidoire. Bello Vis-
ta. No. 47th Street. Very cool. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT:One bedroom, modern
apartment. Half -furnished if
needed. 168 Via Belisorio Porras.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
oportment. screened. Livingroom.
bedroom, kitchen, refrigerator, te-
lephone, Bella Vista section. Tele-
phone 3-1 105.
FOR RENT
Room
Air Search
For Monsoon
Discontinued
Air search for the missing
schooner Monsoon has been dis-
continued, a Caribbean Com-
mand spokesman said today.
Planes fro mthe Caribbean Air
Command have been searching
(or the 44-foot yacht from Palo
Verde California, for the past
week.
Airmen and shirjs are being ad-
vised to keep a lookout for the
craft which has not been sighted
since she reported to a passing
merchantman Feb. 2S that her
engine was disabled Description
of the schooner Is being broad-
cast.
Monsoon Is owned by Donald
Radcliffe. Aboard are the owner,
his wife and one crew member.
FOR RENT: Best located furnished
room m Bel'a Vista, with modern
comforts. Refrigerotor. No. 13.
43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room. 4th.
of July Avenue. Upstairs. No. 7.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Panama's most fam-
ous place for store, known the
worM-over as NOVEDADES AN-
TONIO in Central Ave. For further
information please coll MARTI-
NEZ, the reol estofe broker, at Vio
Porras No. 58. There is no charge
for informotions.
HI f synchronised
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
Cyclone, Quake
Strike Lisbon
Simultaneously
LISBON, Mar. 10 (UP) .Both
an earthquake and a cycloic
struck Lisbon today. No casual-
ties are yet reported from the
quke.
The cyclone and rains panick-
ed Lisbon's Inhabitants. The
Portuguese coun t r y si d e was
struck bv violent storms with
wind, rain and snow which cut
off communications and paralyz-
ed farming activities.
Colombia's Troops
For UN Make Rapid
Training Progress.
Colombia's infantry battalion
training In Bogota for service
with the United Nations in the
Far East at making rapid progress.
according to 10 USARCARIB of-
ficers representing as many
headquarters sections who re-
turned recently from the Colom-
bian1 capital.
All of the returning officers
were highly Impressed with their
tour, Colonel Oscar A. Schroeter
of the Quartermaster Section
! Headquarters, USARCARIB stat-
!ed:
"I took the opportunity of In-
terviewing between 30 and 40 en-
listed men of the Colombian Bat-
talion and was highly gratified
to note the fine spirit of every
one of them. Each had a very
strong feeling of personal pride
and considered it an honor and
a privilege to represent his coun-
try through the medium of this
battalion."
According to Major Ernest W.
! Smith of the training section.
Headquarters, USARCARIB, "I
have never seen a group of men
so eager to learn as the 'soldados'
forming this battalion. I feel this
Is largely due to the fact they
are all volunteers and secondly
because they know that the eyes
of all Colombia are upon them."
In addition to Colonel Schroed-
er and Manor Smith other offic-
ers from USARCARIB on the
inspection team were: Lt. Col.
Joseph H. Valllere. Military Mis-
sions Section. Lt. Col. Harold W.
Taylor, Medical Section, Lt. Col.
Marion H. Jackson. G-4 Section.
Major Robert A. Robblns. Hq. Si
Hq. Company Special Troops,
Major Allan L. 8waln. Ha. tz Hq.
Company. 1st Bn.. 33rd Infantry,
Ft. Kobbe, Capt. J. E. Brown,
Signal Section, and Capt. Horace
A. Lowe, Jr., Transportation Sec-
tion.
Jap Liberal Leader.
Kijuro Shidehara.
Dies Suddenly
TOKIO, Mar. 10 (UP). Ex-
premier Kijuro Shidehara, 78,
Speaker of the House of Repre-
sentatives, died of heart failure
here today.
Shidehara was one of the ar-
chitects of Japan's democratic
constitution. The former Foreign
Minister and second post-war
Premier was one of the most pro-
minent figures on the post-war
political scene.
A lifelong Liberal Party man.
8hidehara was Foreign Minister
four times after 1924.
package contains 1 loaf of bread,
i cake of laundry soap, 1 pound
of rice, 1 pound of peas or beans,
1 pound of codfish. 1 small can
of oatmeal. 2 pounds of sugar and
4 cans of milk. The fod packages
are made up and delivered to the)
Ancon office by the Balboa Com-
missary. /
Because of the limited number
of packages and the large num-
ber of applicants, each person re-
ceives a package only once every
2 weeks. Miss Ogden hopes that
conditions will Improve to the
extent that a larger number of
food packages will be avallaole
for more frequent distribution la
the future.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 1-S332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Pavment $100.00
Monthly S15.0e
Lots With Paved Street From
SI 00 So. Meter.
Tor Rent Heavy Equipment
Tor Ground Leveling.
We Rent Lou at Long Terms.
Lnts Club at S3 00 and S4 00
Weekly.
PTA To Hear Report
On Tuition Increase
For Non-Residents
La committee report on the
mater of increased tuition r^r
non-resident pupils in Canal
Zone schools will be received
and discussed at the Maivh
meeting of the Ancon Parent-
Teachers Association.
The P. T. A. will meet Tues-
day at 8:00 p.m. in the Ancon
scuool building.
Other Important topics are
Siso In the agenda, lncludins
participation in the aum.uer
retreation prograr.
M> Ampere 12 Volt Generators.
Plug In any M cycle outlet and
get DC current negative and
positive Une. Precision made. Use
for electroplating, battery charg-
ing or radio work. Will sell
cheap: $1 MM. Ideal for home
or business. Write: Box 2007
Cristbal. Canal Zone, or call
France Field 8-8754.
70NIANS WARNED
TO BEWARE
(Continued from Page 1)
file the estimation for 1951. lf the
outside Income is not subject to
withholding tax.
Estimated tax may be paid In
full with the declaration, or In
eoual Installments on or before
March 15, June 15. Sept. 15. and
next Jan. 15. The first install-
ment must accompany the de-
claration.
If estimated tax for 1951 Is 8800
and withholding tax during the
year will amount to $600, the
amount to be paid at once or in
quarterly installments is $200. of
which not less than $50 must be
paid when the declaration is fil-
ed.
Zonlans were cautioned that
the declaration of estimated In-
come Is apart from and In addi-
tion to the tax returns for 1950.
which must be filed by next June
15 unless Congress removes the
retroactive tax clause.
Postponement of the deadline
for filing 1950 returns should not
be confused with the Declaration
of Estimated income for 1951,
Heavv penalties are provided for
failure to file the latter.
Payments In cash of both the
estimated tax and the tax for
1950. by those who are fllin" he-
fore the June 15 deadline, will be
accepted at the Internal revenue
office beginning Tuesday.
UN FORCES
PLUNGE AHEAD
(Continued from Page 1)
of Hongchon against diminish-
ing Chinese resistance.
United States 1st Marine Divi-
sion.Advanced to within nine
miles southeast of Hongchon &-
ier decimating a Red battalion.
United States 2nd Division.
Struck north against the on-
trenched North Korean division
which yesterday halted the aa-
vance seven miles northeast of
Hoengsor..
South Korean 5th Division.
Moved north after beating off at
least two Red night counter-at-
tacks. One counterattack knock-
ed the South Koreans back 500
yards but they regained he
ground one hour later.
United States 7th Division
Headed north from Mt. Taenii,
captured in a bayonet charge yes-
terday. This mile-high peak 1"
miles east of Hoengsong domin-
ates a large portion of the ek&t
central fronts. \ i
South Korean 7th Division. |
Fell back under a furious pre-
dawn North Korean counterat-
tack. The retreat came on top, f
another two mile withdrawal
yesteroay and was halted ju.t
short of the strategic north-
south road from Pangnlm to Am-
Four Positions
Vacant al NSD
Four vacant positions at tht
Naval Supply Faculty. Rodman,
(West Bank), one of which cam*
as a result of the death last Tues-
day of Mr. Brent O. Nunnellejt.
were announced by Headquarter
Fifteenth Naval District.
Responsibilities of Mr. Nunnel-
ley's former position, that of
Safety Director for the Naval
Supply Facility, General Serv-
ice 9, Include planning and con-
ducting safety and fire preven-
tion programs. Basic salary for
the position is $5,750.00 per an-
num.
The position of Training Super-
visor, General Service 9, with a
basic salary of $5,750.00 per an-
num, requires the planning and
conduct of training programs.
Investigation, research and re-
commendations for Improve-
ments of supply functions are
the chief duties of the position o
Organization and Methods Ex-
aminer. General Service 7. This
position pays a basic salary of
$4.781.25 annually.
The fourth vacancy, that of
Stock Control Supervisor. Gener-
al Service 6. pays a basic rate of
$4.312.50 per annum.
Applications for all four posi-
tions will be accepted until Mar.
18. and should be submitted ta
the Industrial Relations Office at
Rodman.
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idong by supporting United
8tates infantry.
General Douglas MacArthur re-
ported South Korean guerilla
and "United Nations sympathiz-
ers" are also stepping up their
activity in the Communist rear,
sabotaging the Reds' efforts tt>
rush supplies and reinforcement
south.


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In New York
NOTES Of A NEWSPAPERMAN
Time's editors had Major-Generai Gavin a a Innch-
eon guest the other matinee.. The great wartime com-
mander of the glorious 82nd Airborne Division enlightened
them on the Korean war and the state of V. S. arm...
When he finished he turned to them and said: "Well, gen-
tlemen, you're been listening to me. Now how about you
all giving me some of the answers?".. .The Time eds de-
murred, said they really didn't know very much about all
that, and in the name of modesty "really didn't have very
' many answers." f
To which Our Hero declared: "If you don't mind my
saying so, and I say it without malice, you certainly
writeas though you do."
tra."
From a Sun. night b'cast: "Kefauver will subpoena F. Sina-
F. I. wire: "Committee's agent has given me an all-clear.'
Love Jk Hate Dept: "San Francisco. Feb. 25: Dear Walter:
Thanks ior the Ud on Gus Ring's 'Platoon.' Fortunately I man-
aged to get a friend at the track to bet o nthe nag to Place. Very
profitable. Yours truly. Chas. Gordon. Buchanan St."
"Miami: Feb. 26: Heard you cay Platoon's owner said his
hone would win. So I bet my life savings, /1,000. You stink!
Joe Blow."
London's Pictorial is unhappy over the column's news-
papering on the Dook and Dook*ss. They caU it "an as-
tonishing smear campaign" and say that we never "print
denials," which we have too often. "Gleefully," it adds,
"he told his twenty million readers (Time once said 25
million) that thing were not well with the world's most
famous romance. You see the Duke wasn't there All The
Time daring these .taunts among the bright lights. Why
al Winchell do this? It may be because he doesn't really
the British. In spite of his protestations, be once de-
lighted in calling us The Brutish. The 'Brutish' will know
how to treat the emanations of Winchell. Unfortunately,
many of his readers will go on believing everv word he
write,"
Un-faw -rh-net-leh!
An unusual legal case lnvlovlng multi-millionaire Horace
Dodge will make the headlines this week.. .Sometime ago Dodvie
ent a domestic (who works for hlmi to a local hospital (where
he maintains a private room) for a checkup because she kept
complaining about ill health...The next thing Mr. Dodge knew
about the case was when he received a bill for medical and sur-
gical services In the sum of $60.000.00.. When he refused to on-,
they sued him in the State of Conn., and tied up a $200.000 man-
sion he owns at Stamford... Dodge was negotiating to aell the
house at the time, but the law suit stymied that...Now Dodge
will counter-sue for loss of sale (plus profit), and broker Max
Relbelsen will testify for him in an examination before trial...
Dodge feels that not only was the bill for hospital services ex-
cessive (because an ordinary domestic couldn't afford such treat-
ment) but neither he. nor anyone else, approved the surgery.
One of the fascinatlne facts In the Kefauver eommit-
te's report is illegal gambling amounts to $20 million a
year.. .That's more than Americans spend for clothing,
shoes and housing.. literal gambling is the country's
biggest and most profitable industry.. And that fact ex-
plains why any crusade to wipe out gambling can only be
an inevitable failure.. Gambling might be legally con-
trolledbut it cannot be eradicated.
rHIS 1$ YOU OHUM THI KIAPHS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Ths Msil tos it sn open forum lor readers of Tks Panama American
Ltrttri nt rtctived fruitfully and ara handltd in a wholly confidential
It you contribute a latter don t ba impititnl it it doesn't appear tht
next day. Lattart ara pukliihod in tht ardor received.
Psate try to kss tha lattart limited to ana page Isnath.
Identity of lanar writers is hold in strictest confidanca.
This ntwipaptr assumes no responsibility for ttattmantl or opinions
siprtsstd in Ittters from readers.
ON SUNDRY MATTERS
Just here In Balboa
Mall Box Editor:
Panama American,
Dear Editor and Zonltes:
The old adage that "Actions
peak louder than words" should
be thought of when the "Beard-
ed Wonder" and other Big Brass
atart their usual line In debates
with each other and the workers
here on the Canal Zone, dl course
with the standard set for various
killed personnel, (which many
of the old timers who set the
cale could never meet them-
elves) the action of placing cer-
tain (NOW) big brass in positions
where their personal biased opin-
ions are paramount, means that
the standard Is going to continue
to actually be low, only in cases
wherein certain personnel get
ome type of home privileges
they do not in the regular follow-
ing of their profession.
The old expression of, "The
boat Is leaving every week, If
you don't like It here, shove off"
was the feature that made men
who never worked a day In the
steps it really takes to get the ex-
perience necessary to become say,
Pilots, Tugboat Masters and oth-
er eflated personnel. For then
the experienced men shoved off,
and that protected the Job. Now
all kinds of stories are In the pa-
per wherein the Governor and
his Big Brass make statemenis
Lhat the re-organizatlon of ihe
Panama Canal will not affect we
employes, then we heard of ac-
tual rise In cost of living, pros-
pective deductions In this, and
that, and-at ALL debates on wage
board meetings and shirt sleeve
meeitngs It Is like the answering
of the 20 questions on the radio.
NONE OF IT MEANS THAT WE
ARE DEFINITELY AND TRULY
ASSURED WE ARE NOT GOING
TO A LOWER LEVEL.
On the tax matter the Zoniies
are as much to blame for it, as
Congress that passed the bill. I
have spoken to many of them and
they all seem actually frighten-
ed, they spout that they will not
pay until the last day. and then
after some one whom they are
prejudiced against makes a staie-
ment at a meeting tbey swing to
tht* other side, which proves
that. "Actions pek loader than
Words" So Instead of t 'He
"Shirt sleeve" and Wage Board
meetings calling attention to de-
finite facts, they love to hear tne
answer of the 20 questions, Who s
the sucker? And they also help
In raising the elevated prestige of
the very ones responsible for con-
ditions.
Say some reader. (Who Is not
Big Brass i let us readers of this
column know Just what the real
set up Is on July 1st and then o..?
Why is It so mysterious? Why
does It need so much brass and
less Iron metal? Remember the
3rd locks project, there was more
Iron than brass, now they are
finding out that Joe Mcgee,
swiped a dime off Joe Geemac.
No one in the can yet, but the
setup appears on the horizon. A
sucker Is lined up for a stretch
just as the cop was on the other
side. Will anyone get a rap Xr
the selling of the old homest-is
at a low cost price? And the
building of the plywood shacks?
And why did they need that
high price architect to design
them, when here they had so
called high rate architects, (Per-
haps in civil service grade only > ?
Seems as if we really ought to
turn this canal over to an office
fcrce and have them run it, then
use but local raters in other phas-
es. Truthfully I approve of turn-
ing It over to Panama and all of
us going back home.
Labor organizations go out to
even force Panama business men
to pay U.S. wages to their em-
ployes, for the so called battle
for lijual wages with equal woik
means that. How are the people
of Panama going to afford to pay
parallel wages, unless they luve
a parallel condition, and. If a lo-
cal rater can get better pay than
In Panama, how much of It will
he contribute to the economical
support of Panama? Especially
when he can come and Uve a-
way from the laws and regula-
tions that other Panamanians
have to adhere to? How much has
tne Jamaicans and other Aliens
contributed to Social Security
and Panama Food stores? The
depriving Panama of business
from Its clltzens.and other Al-
iens employed here on the Ca-
nal Zone, speaks louder than
words in the Big Brass Actions.
I guess the best thing would
be to name them all "Dale C.-
negie."
Enrotehume
Labor [News
And
(xmimeiit
If not the moon lf the
goon over Miami which Inspires
some weird "singing" mese
days. It's deathbed singing" by
a tough union organizer who is
telling the sheriff's men, In
lamed Dade County, that some
of his colleagues wanted him
"to resign," so they took him
out to the edge of the Ever-
glades and emphasized their
opinions by pumping him lull
oi lead.
Since five shots in the back
weren't sufliclently effective
persuasion, they wound up the
committee session by cracking
his skull with a rock.
Now, not many folk else~
where In this country have
been paying much attention
to these gay blades of the
Everglades. Similarly, not
many Southern folk have
heard of the Jersey bounce
method of Inspiring "re-
signations.
The tropical torpedoes have
nothing on their Northern
brethren. A couple of the Jersey
lads recently took a waterfront
union official Into a "confer-
ence" and convinced him to
leave the union to others by
burning his feet and removing
five teeth without benefit of
surgical advice.
The mobs are moving In from
Miami to Jersey, and from coast
to coast, via the usual Chicago
stopover. With that ever ready
"seventh sense" of theirs, the
gangsters feel the war has tos-
sed the chance for big money
into their slouch hats, what
with the national labor chiefs
intricately involved In nation-
al and global operations.
For a long time, there's been
an insouciant shoulder shrug-
ging on the part of most na-
tional labor leaders towards the
gambling operations down be-
low In the factories. There's been
the feeling that you could no
more wipe It out in a plant
than you could ni city and na-
tional government circles.
So It's developed, as it has in
an upper New York steel plant
to a point where today any em-
ploye can book horses, play
numbers, bet on llxed football
or basketball games or lay It or.
some pug. Shop stewards of a
strong and honestly led CIO
union will not only take your
money but will sell you coats,
watches, Jewelry or whisky (by
the case or fifths,), all run in
by small mobs who pick the
stuff up anywhere they can.
Out of this sort of thing
comes news that one out of
every 250 employe In industry
is an agent of the big gambling
syndicates the Senate Crime
probers have been toying with.
And the illegal take by these
shop stewards from the syndi-
cates runs as high as a 1,700
per cent Increase above the
stewards' wages.
These rackets go In a thou-
sand lush directions and I
presume only the Innocent and
newborn babes believe that they
can be wiped out.
In Miami, for example,
the Fire Dept's Capt. Wil-
lis is now probing at least
three fires, and one explo-
sion in a strategic water
softening unit. All three
conflagrations were in laun-
dry plants.
And it happens that the man
on the deathbed, who was pick-
ed up on the edge of the Ever-
glades and sewn together
enough to give him time to
sing, in a laundry organizer by
name of Holton J. Newbold, who
says his price for car burning
was $40. But he got plugged be-
fore carrying out the auto-arson
assignment from whoever real-
ly gave him orders.
New Newbold is putting the
finger on some shady characters
who have been weaving In and
out of the union field for years.
Today they find Florida more
lush and fertile than Detroit,
which Is pretty well sewn up by
their friends in the old Purple
gang. The Dade County sheriff's
office is unravelling that Inner
union feud and the laundry
owner aren't exactly gay and
unfearlng of the echoes of bul-
let shots In the Everglades.
But the Miami laundry indus-
try Isn't the only LOCAL where
labor's reputation is being put
through the mangle. Muscle
men are on the move In Chica-
go, St. Louis, Detroit, and many
another big war production cen-
ter. In Jersey labor circles, Just
to pick one bomb-bursting spot
at random, there's literal war In
AFL dock union circles over
who'll control the lucrative un-
loading racket.
To show you how tough these
Northern mobs are,. I refer you
to a special meeting held late
last year In the national head-
quarters of Joe Ryan's Interna-
tional Longshoremen's Union.
Joe told his high command
some one would have to go over
and clean un the Jersev union
docks. They told him right back
to go over himself. They point-
ed out, Just before leaving the
parley, that no one would live
through the Job. No one went.
Now every time that Jer-
sey local calls an election
or new officers are appoint-
ed, a bomb goes off in a
fellow'-i car, or his feet are
burned, or the headquart-
ers are grenaded. And they
resign. Quick. The FBI has
finally had to peel off some
of its war work manpower
to investigate.
It looks like a good sub-com-
mittee of the United Labor Po-
licy Committee would be a
United Labor Policing Com-
mittee.
(Copyright 951. Pos*.Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
It Was a Circus While It Lasted
qfce V4SWH6T0H
ktm-60-ROUr*
Crop Jobs
By BOB MARK
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NEW YORK. The popular Image of the
American hero of entertainment has changed
abruptly In our time I guess from now on
you got to wear a crew haircut and bone-rlm-
med specs to raise the goose pimples on the
girls. Also, If you are skinny and can't sing
good it helps.
Seems that every time I fall Into a night
club or switch on the television 1 am confront-
ed by a crew haircut. You know what is a
crew haircut. Yale men. advertising men. some
sissies, and a great many people In television
wear them. Likewise radio and motion-picture
stars.
A crew cut looks as if the owner's head had
Just been browsed by an undecided sheep. If
your head is round, the crew Job makes it look
rounder. Same for pointed. It never improved
anybody but the boy* that flaunt em ay it
makes you look younger. We even have crew
cut toupees- on television today, which is
stretching pretty far.
And glasses. People used to shun glasses as
a curse to popularity. Now they eem to be
high style. A young guy named Russell Nype
has parlayed horn runs, crew out, and sklnnl-
ness Into fame as an unheralded star of "Call
Me Madame," and a lucrative night-club Job.
This Is a fair score, even for New York.
It seems that benlg unpretty Is a decided boon
today. Look at Godfrey, which Is inescapable,
but look at him. If this-is any part of palatable
my name Is Robert Q. Lewis, and at him, too.
Horn-rimmed glasses.
Look at Mister David Garroway. Glasses. Hair
that is halfway between cowlick and crew cut.
Look at Crosby. No hair, except ersatz. I will
not suggest that you look at George Kaufman
and Abe Burrows. Talent, there, for sure, but
beauty went around the corner for a short snort.
Consider the movies. Who is a hero? Paul
Douglas. Paul has a face that seems to be suf-
fering from housemaid's knee. But he Is a ro-
mantic smash. Consider the stage. Who Is a
hero? Sam Levene. In "Guy and Dolls." Sam
Is pretty? Although I will say In behalf of both
that neither have come down with the crew yet,
and this is retroactive to Burrows, who owns so
few hairs that crewlng them would make small
point.
The crew cut has even Infected the females.
Miss Mary Martin Is a right pretty Texas girl
but she has been affecting a crop Job for a
couple of years, now. in "South Pacific" and has
sponsored the erosion of the female coiffure all
over the country. You have to ask for a draft
card momentarily to tell the boys from the girls.
With the possible exception of Godfrey and Fred
Allen, neither of whom would be likely candi-
dates for the WAC.
I have noticed, on the TV screen, that the
bagged eye Is very popular now, especially with
female stars. Nobodv could be so unchlvalrous
as to name names here. but. kids. that, oamera
is merciless on the pouched eye and the saggiiiK
chin-and-neck department. You can count the
crowfeet.
This is all kind of nice, of course, because
there are so many more unbeautlful people
than there are beautiful people. There is hope
for everybody today. It Is the golden age of
ugliness. Singers do not have to ing. Roman-
tic leads can be over 60. Money can be made
from being mildly repulsive. Actors do not have
to act, and you can prove that for yourself by
attending movies and watching TV.
The situation halfway tempts me to a career
outside the newspaper business. I got two chins,
no hair to speak of. can't sing, can't play, and
am roughly as Intelligent as the average con-
testant in a quiz show. If this doesn't make
me a candidate for distinction In the arts (and
money) I am Sherman Bllllngsley, the only suc-
cessful television actor with a half-bald toupee.
On second thought. I would rather buy a pair
of glasses and become a singer.__________^_
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
EISENHOWER AND TAIT
WASHINGTON. It may seem like cruel and
unusual punishment to keep dragging Into dis-
cussions of domestic politics the name of a man
who Is doing a supremely Important and wholly
non-political Job. Yet it has become downright
Impossible to write about American politics
without using the name of General of the Army
Dwight D. Elsenhower. For the very powerful
forces within the Republican party which oppose
Sen. Robert A. Taft are now to all Intents and
purposes wholly united behind Elsenhower. What
Is more, the broad outlines of the strategy for
drafting Eisenhower are already pretty well es-
tablished.
The key figure In the draft-Elsenhower move-
ment Is likely to be Sen. James Duff of Penn-
sylvania rather than Gov. Thomas E. Dewey oi
New York. Dewey Is of course publicly on rec-
ord for Elsenhower. Yet Dewey Is not personal-
ly close to Elsenhower: Dewey has Inevitably
made Innumerable enemies in the national Re-
publican party; and these enemies equally in-
evitably suspect him, however unjustly, of using
Eisenhower as a stalking horse. Duff suffers
from none of these disabilities.
Duff Is approaching 70. and he has no Presi-
dential ambitions. An Internationally minded,
liberal Republican, he is close to Elsenhower,
both personally and in his political thinking.
He has made few enemies nationally. Since his
crushing defeat of the Grundy forces, he will
control Pennsylvania's key delegation at the
convention. Finally, he Is all-out for Elsen-
hower's nomination. ._>_ j
Thus he Is a sort of political loadston., and
the antl-Taft and pro-Elsenhower forces are
already coalescing around him. in an Informal
alliance. The Immediate object of this alliance
Is to perform a sort of holding operation to
prevent the Taft forces from capturing the no-
mination In advance during the coming year.
The great anti-Taft redoubts, the states of
New York, Pennsylvania and California (which
Gov. Earl Warren will hold against Tafti are
counted on chiefly for this purpose With these
states, and others on the East and West coast
acting as antl-Taft makeweights, the next 12
n onths will be devoted to quiet fence-building
for Elsenhower. '_,
Then, according to the dream of the Elsen-
hower men. Elsenhower will return next Spring,
his great mission of organizing the defense of
Europe achieved. An Eisenhower boom with
Duff its chief spokesman and organizer, will get
under wav. HI name will be filed in Republi-
can primaries In uch states as Nebraska and
Wisconsin, where consent of the candidate Is
not required. The magic ot the name will be
conclusively demonstrated. The Taft forces will
be beaten back. Elsenhower will be nominated
triumphantly.
So much for the dream. Measured against
reality, it contains one obvious possible flaw.
The Elsenhower men profess absolute confidence
that he will consent to run. But this Is essen-
tially because no politician wants to commit
himself to a Presidential candidate who may
not be a candidate at all. When pressed, the
Elsenhower supporters admit that Elsenhower
has never given anything like a firm commit-
ment to anyone. And Eisenhower is certainly
quite genuinely hopeful about the wisdom of a
soldier becoming involved in politics. In the
end, Elsenhower's decision is very likely to de-
pend to a great extent on none other than Sen. I
Robert A. Taft.
It may seem incredible that a man of Taft's
great reputation for high integrity could ally
nlmself with Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Leaving
aside such matters as the Wisconsin income tax
and the $10.000 tee from Lustron, McCarthy's
ideas of personal probity are illustrated by tne
lact that, according to an Incomplete tabulation
by the "Post-Dispatch," he has spewed forth a
total of 70 distortions and demonstrable false-
hoods on matters affecting the national interest
in a short 12 months.
Yet, Incredible or not. astute observers believe
that an informal but solid Taft-McCarthy al-
liance is In the making. McCarthy Is expected
to start the spewing process soon again, this
time from hi strategic position on the Appro-
bations subcommittee, to which he was ap-
pointed with Taft's acquiescence. And the Taft
camp in turn relies on McCarthy's "revelations"
to fuel the Taft boom. /
Elsenhower is now the only man who can
beat Taft for the nomination, and he must
know it. He must also know what the results
are likely to be If a major American pary be-
comes committed to McCarthylsm at home and
the foreign policy views of Col. Robert R. Mc-
Cormlck abroad. The signs may be illusory, and
Taft may vet stand out as the great spokesman
of the true conservative Interest which his ad-
mriers believe him capable of being. Yet the
Elsenhower supporters confidently expect Taft
to make up Elsenhower's mind for him. forcing
Eisenhower to become a candidate in order to
safeguard everything he believes In.
(Copyright, 151. New York Herald Tribune Inc.) '
BY DREW PEABJON
Drew Pearson Staff says: Army still holds back on casual-
ties in Korea war; FCC afraid to investigate interstate
telephone rates; No fire at the Achesons; Soviet action
on Sakhalin sends U.S. troops to Japan.
WASHINGTON.It may be denied, but the Army Is still hold-
ing back the true casualty figures of our troops in Korea feorn
the public. For example, nearly 12,000 men are missing who h>vt
not been listed In the casualty reports. The official figures also
fail to Include the noncombat casualties, which the Army hasn't
even complied but which number into the thousands.
Even the late Gen. Walton Walker, called the Korean War'
No. 1 casualty, wasn't officially counted as a casualty because* he *
happened to be killed in a jeep accident. This is also true of
more than 5,300 frostbite cases, who suffered so severely from,
frozen hands and feet that the Defense Department authorized
the Purple Heart for them. Yet they are not included on the
official casualty lists.
Most of the 12,000 missing men, still unannounced, disap-
peared during the December retreat from Seoul. However, one
reason the army has withheld their names Is that many are be-
lieved to be AWOL (absent without leave rather than missing In
action. For example, several "missing men" have turned up in
the Pusan area, taking In USO entertainment and Red Cross
hospitality. Others have bribed pilots to fly them back to Tokyo
for unofficial "recuperation." Technically, some of these men
could be arrested for desertion.
The latest official casualty toll Is 50,675. However, by omit-
ting everyone not killed or Injured as a result of direct enemy
action, the army has given a false picture of our casualty losses.
These noncombat casualties plus the 12,000 unreported missing
men would increase our casualty figures by nearly 50 per cent.
This column believes the American people can take the truth,
without sugar-coating from the army.
NOTEMeanwhile, the State Department is secretly negotiat-
ing through the Swedish Foreign Office to exchange Chinese pri-
soners for American prisoners.
PHONE-RATE HEARING POSTPONED
The public set a record last year In long-distance telephon-
ing, particularly G.I.s calling home. As a result, Bell System pro-
fits were the highest In 21 years. Yet a move to share the bene-
fits with the public by reducing long-distance rates has been ,
knifed by Senate majority leader Ernest McFarland.
The inside story is that the Federal Communications Com-
mission is trying to reduce the public telephone bill. Yet two
weeks after the FCC ordered a hearing into Interstate rates, Mc-
Farland sent Aitlng Commissioner Paul Walker a sharp letter
ot protest. This nad the effect of an ultimatum to the FCC, since
McFarland Is not only Senate leader but also second in command
o* the Senate Commerce Committee, which has life-and-deta
power over the FCC.
As a result, the FCC postponed the hearing from April ie
to August 20. and Is nervous about going ahead with an inves-
tigation.
Because of past FCC policing, the coast-to-coast day rate for
three minutes has been reduced from $10.25 in 1936 to $2.50
today.
"Long-distance telephone service at rates which could be
paid by the small users was a godsend to the men and women
In the armed services during the war, and likewise to the parent*
whose principal contact during this trying period was through
the long-distance telephone," Walker wrote back to McFarland.
"It will likewise be true In the present national emergency when
the long-distance telephone will furnish the principal depend-
able person-to-person contact between parents and sons and
daughters."
ACHESON'S ADDRESS
Dinner guests at Secretary of State Acheson's home got to
swapping amusing experiences the other evening.
Starting off, 8enator Magnuson of Washington told of an
incident on the way to the Achesons, His cab was flagged down,
he related, by the driver of a stalled gasoline truck. Sheepishly
the driver admitted he was hauling 5,000 gallons of gasoline but
had let his own tank run dry. Since he had no way to siphon
gas from his cargo tank, he begged for a ride to the nearest
gas station.
Acheson, amused by the story, was reminded of an Incident
that his night-secretary had Just reported over the phone. Quot-
ing the secretary, Acheson said that a reporter had called his
oifice and inquired excitedly whether the Secretary of State lived
at 2839 P Street, N.W. The answer was that Acheson lived at 2K
P Street. N.W.
"Oh," sighed the reporter, obviously disappointed. "There's,
a big fire at. 2830 P Street."
SOVIET BUILDUP
Inside reason the Joint Chiefs of Staff abruptly ordered the
40th and 46th National Guard Divlsiohs to Japan is the recent
Soviet buildup on Sakhalin Island, Just 40 miles north of Japan.
Reports from Japanese prisoners of war, released by the
Russians, claim the daggerlike island has been converted Into an
air, submarine and amphibious training base.
Last December General MacArthur became alarmed at this
menacing Soviet buildup and urgently cabled Washington for
lour National Guard divisions to be sent to Japan. The Joint
Chiefs turned MacArthur down, claiming Europe had priority on
new troops from the United States.
However, after the Russians seized a group of small Islands
off the northeast coast of Japan, the Joint Chiefs hastily recon-
sidered. These islands constitute the Hambomal group, which Rus-
si aapparently will claim as part of the Kurlle chain.
HELPING SMALL BUSINESS
Veteran Washington observers would be a lot happier about
the recent hurly-burly over helping small business if more wtts be-
ing done and less said about It. Here Is a typical example involving
one of our scarcest materials, aluminum, needed for aircraft and
other defense equipment.
The National Production Authority has drastically restricted
the manufacture of aluminum clothespins, coasters, toys, furni-
ture and other things produced chiefly by little business firms..No
patriotic American Including small business fabricators, who
must either fold up or use a substitute materialwill argue with
this order.
Defense uses of aluminum have priority over toys and clothes-
pins.
However, the NPA so far has ordered only moderate restric-
tion on the manufacture of aluminum pots and pans, produced
chiefly by the Wearever Company, a subsidiary of the Aluminum
Company of America, though millions of pounds of aluminum are
used yearly for kitchen utensils.
The NPA has also banned the use of aluminum roofing and
siding In homes in which little business firms specialise. However,
no such restriction affects industrial siding and corrugated roof-
ing for barns and factories, produced chiefly by the big Reynolds
and Kaiser companies.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
The Glenn Martin Company will mass-produce the gmating
new British Jet bomber, the Canberra. Put out by the English Elec-
tric Co., the Canberra is the first plane designed by that company
since 1918. Twelve a month are now being produced in England.
Martin will turn out 12 a week within a short time... Ike Eisen-
hower's biggest beef 1 that only a fifth of our troops are used
for combat, while the Soviet percentage Is 75 per cent... Anna
Rosenberg, the assistant Secretary o Defense. Is the star attrac-
tion at the Pentagon and is trotted out for brief speeches at all
big-time gatherings... One of the colorful veterans of congress.
Rep. Robert "Muley" Doughton of North Carolina, looked over the
lineup against reciprocal trade agreements on the House floor and
whispered In a voice that carried to the galleries: The Republicans
got enough votes today to repeal the 10th Commandment."
(Copyright, 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
8ATURDAT. MARCH II, 1*51
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Day
Seventh
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panam Cliy, No. 1 J. A
Maynard: Panam City No. 2 Jamaica
Sadat? Hall (Sabbath Service' only*.
Adolphui Lawea. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry;
Ra Abajo. C. D. Abraham; Gamboa. A.
A. Brltzle. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba.
Atlantic Sidt
Colon Third Street, Joseph Bryan: Crls-
tobal Kncli'h New Church. F. A. Cruck-
ahank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
Maxon. (No Sunday night service al
Sabbath school each church Saturday
9:30 a m. Divine worship 11 am. Sunday
night service al all churches except
otherwise Indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Proiesunti cooperate with
nlly In mentala, liberty In non-
ntlals and charity In all things
Churchti I ihe many faiths in Ni* Canal Zona, anal tfca
terminal citiei of Panama and Celen, Republic ef Panama, ax-
fend a welcome at all times to men and women ef the armed
lcrviccs, and to civilian neighbors, friend* and strangers.
Al a public lervice, the Panama American lists below, by
denomination!, noticei ef hour of worship and other regular ac-
tivities.
Listings ef lariat denominations ere in alphabetical order,
which is rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
one or two congregotioni are listed under "Other Churches And
Services." A speciol listing is included for services et Army posts.
Air Force bases and Noval stations.
Ministers, church secretarias and chaplains are asked to in-
form the news desk by Wednesday noon at the latest of any
changes for the coming Saturday's church page. ,
THI ATLANTIC SIDE
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener, Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:*S Worship service and Church-time
nursary.
6*0 Young People's Meeting.
Catnn
The Rev. J. William L. Graham. Pastor.
Phone 5-335.
:0O 9:30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
and HON.
:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
S;00 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell. Pastor.
Phone 3-1488.
1:30 Bible School
0:4* Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
arse Youth Fellowship.
THE, PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa
Balboa Rood at San PaDIo Street
Office Phone 2-3236
9:30 Church School Free ou service
10:30 Worship service and Church-llmi
gglBttfy.
I0:"n Youth Congregation*
S:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship ,
8:00 Post HI Fellowship
f'.gtl Service "Centered On Song.
Cecil
Bruin Raid and SI Thomas Ave.
The Rev Alexander H. Shaw Minlsiei
Phone 2-2798.
9:30 Sunday School Free bus. in Hous
ee.ui .'nd Cocotl.
I0:4"> Worship service
All -ervlce In Gamooa Civic Center
The Rev Raymond A Gray Minister
Phone 6-13H
9:00 Sunday School.
7::.0 Worship service
fe*ro Miguel
9:30 Church Scliool
I0:4.S Divine Worship
7:30 Evening Vespers
IMMACUI.ATK CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Hichway, Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tuinelly. CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays. Confession, Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mass 7:00 a.m.
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass 7:00 am
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Unitarian
lilt.
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 am
JWB Armed
Forces Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z
Your Invitation
to liberal
religion
Baptist
NATIONAL ssAlTlbl -MLRCIIKJ*
Pan: .ii- Baptist. Prayei Meeting 5:30
am Divine Service. 9:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7.15 p.m and Serving ol The Lord's
Supper al both Services Sunday School
3:00 d m
Boyu BapilM.
Scry ice
La Boca, C i Divine
ll'uo a.m. and 7:3(1 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Suppei al bolh Services Sun
dav Schnol nl 1:00 p.m
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, C.Z.. Divine
Service* 11:00 a in Sunday School al
1:00 pin
Gamooa, C.Z.. Divine Services al 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 pm with Sunday School
at 3:01) pm
Rio Abajo, R.P. Sunday School at
I 00 p.m.
COCOI.I BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
ervlce* Every Sunday
tnnday School ............. 9:45 a.m
Preaching Services ........ 10:45 am
Training Union ............. 6:00 p.m
Preaching Services ......... 7 oo p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Pnyer Service 7 on everv
Monday evenina
m, ,'rlPHeL!.i:i
MRST MAITIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z,
627 Ancn Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
laai Church away tram home
6JRf> a welcome lust as friendly"
William H. Beeby. Paster
Sunday School ............. 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m
Baptist Training! Union____ 6:30 p.m.
fangeltstlc Service........ 7:30 p.m.
W.M S. Bible Siudy
(Every Wednesday) ........ 1:30 p.m.
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month! .. 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OP ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vlncenllan Fathers)
"K" Street, Panam City
Masses, Sunday 6 a.m. (high mass): A
8:30 a.m. Sunday school conducted by
Maryknoll Sisters, after the second Mass:
Weekdays 6 a.m.: Holiday 6 and 8:30
a.m.
Confessions, Saturday, 3:30 to 6 p.m.
at 7 p.m.
Evening Devotions, Rosary each day
at 7 p.m.; Miraculous Medal Novena at
7 p.m. Friday: convert classes 7:30 pro
Monday and Thursday.
Catheclsm Class 10:43 to 11:45 am
Sunday
Benediction 7:00 p.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 a.m
COCO SLITO PLAYSIIKD
Pastor, Rev Wm. J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mass ............. 7:45am
Holy Day Mass.......... 6:00 a.m.
Sunday School ............ 8:45 a.m
Services Thursday nights 7:45 pm
Confessions before Mass .
CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY
Margarita, C.Z.
Rev William J. Finn. CM.
Mas........./........... 9:15
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymon Mchate, CM
Assistant, Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masses ,. 5:45 It 9:00 am
Weekly Masses .. 5:45* 6:30 a.m.
First Friday Masses .'. 5:45 It 8:00 a.m
Baptisms Sunday...... 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena services every
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Fridays
7:15 pm
Confession Saturday: 4 to 6: 7 to 8
o.m
Sunday School. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 p.m.
Sunday, 930 a.m -Church School with
classes for all Ages
10:45 a.m.Regular Momlng Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Live With-
out It.' Special Music by the Junior
Choir.
8:00 p.m.-Youth Fellowship Subleci
Tor consideration: "The Captain of The
Game." Installation ol Newlv Selected
Officer
COROZAL
Good Shephcred
The Ven. A. F. Nightengale
7 JO a.m. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
IH.C. 1st Friday.)
ST
[HI
Catholic
(Listad aelou are the Catholic Churches
fea the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
gmaakin* Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City. Ihe Cathedral of the Im-
gJHoulate Conception In Colon, and num-
erous parish churches In bolh cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, thoueh
their congregation are orimarily Span-
ish-speaking I
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa, C.Z.
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:00. 9:00, 10 00
gnu 11:00 am.
Benediction Sunday: 3:00 p.m
ACRED HEART CHAPEL, Ancon. C.Z
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-6343
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 7.30 It 9:30 a.m
Dally Mats: 6:00 a.m.
Holy day Masses: 6:00. 7:30 a.m and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7 30 p.m
Confession Thursdays before the 1st
Friday, 7:00 to 3:00 pm. .
Every Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.: 7:00
IO 8:00 p m
Cathachtsm Class: Grade School Child
can: Friday 3:15 p m
Study Club High School Students
Pgttsjsailny 6:30 p.m
lily Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
I Zone Council of Catholic Nurses.
id and 4th Thursday 7:30 pm
gSJJEACL'LOl S MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
L^faesor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
:Bunder Masses: 7, 8 and 10:30 am
Weekday Mass: 4:30 a.m
header School after the 8 o'clock Mass
gft^pieu* Medal Novena services
gftfsfsfjpBl'asses: 6 and 8am
sagfaaaions. Rosary, nightly 7 00
gaaaay 5 and 7 gas
VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastor, Rev Raymond Lewis, CM.
Sunday Masses .. 5:45 and 8:00 am
Weekday Mass ............. 6:00 a.m
Holy Day Masses ..5:30 and 6:30 a.m
Sunday School ........... 11:00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Baptism Sunday ........... 4:00 pi
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 3:00: 7:1
to 8:00 pm
Instructions tor adults Tuesdays. Frl,
days; 7:30 p m.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs, CM
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8.30 am
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc. 8 00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses 5:45 6:30 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Secret Heart Novena service, Fridays
7:00 pm
Confession* Saturday 6:00 p.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor, Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sunday Mass 6:45 e.m.
Weekday Maases. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 s.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 o.m.
GAMBOA
SI. Simon's Church: Rev D.A. Osborn
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holy
Communion It Sermon.
10:30 a.m. 1st. and 3rd. Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer it address.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Youth Organisations.
7:30 pan. Evening Prayer and address.
2-00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Every
th Sunday.
7:30 p-m. Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
cl*"'- -^
7:30 pm 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman's Auxiliary.
Gamboa Penltesltlary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
The Rev. L. B. Shirley
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion 1st. Sunday.
Holy Communion 5:30 a.m.
10:30 am Church School.
Weds and Holy Days. H.C 7:00 a.m.
MARGARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M. A. Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayer
; c h i 11111 i
PALO SECO
Church of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A.. F. Nightengale.
Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Com-
munion.
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Osborna
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
9:30 am. Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Prayer: 2nd and 4th
Sundays.
Monday: 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Girls' Friendly
Society.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melcndej Avenue.
Coln. R.P.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m- and 7:15
p-m.: Sunday School for all ages at 3
uHiSOHi1 1M -m- wkljr Prayer
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services t a.m. and 5:15 p-m..
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting.
lift Up
Your Hearts
Salvation Army
Panam) City, Calle 15 de Febrero
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. (Maj-
or Wilson); Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
School at 3:00 pjn.
Colon. 14th Street
Services at........11a.m. 7:30 p.m
Sunday School at...........3:00 p.m.
Coln, 3rd Street
Services at......11 a.m. A 7 JO p.m.
Silver City
Service at ................. 730 p.m.
Sunday School at...........3:30 p.m.
Cragwell
and Ser
add-
CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel, C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 1:00 a.m
Catechism Class ........... 1000 a.m
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11:00 am
Benediction ............... 7:00 p.m
PARASO C.Z. (Lodge Hall)
Sunday Mass .............. 6:15 a.m.
Catechism Class Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
ST.
THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocol I, C.Z.
.m
6:30 a in.
Sunday Mass ............... 9:00
Holy Day
Mass
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Corunda, C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a.m.
Catechism Class Thursday .. 3:30 p.m.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo. Panam
Sunday Mass ........... ... 6:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass ............ 7:30 a.m.
Benediction Sunday ........ 7:00 p m.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ancon
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 p.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, Crlstobsl
13th Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Sunday School 9:30 am.
Christian Scleace Society, Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School 10:13.
Episcopal
Canal
p.m.
ANCON, CX
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST LUKF.
The Rt. Rev R. Heber Gooden, Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
9:30 a.m. Cathedral School.
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p.m.Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTBAL, R.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m
(H.C. first Sunday In the month >
Young People's Vesper Service
o.m.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Osborne J Rev. C.A
11:00'a.m. Holy Communion
mini 1st. and 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and
ress: 2nd and 4th. Sundays.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address-
2nd. and 4th. Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F. Nightengale. B.D. M.B.E.
and The Rev. Ritz Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 a.m
7:00 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SRA
Coln. R. de P.
I Opposite Hotel Washington I
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S.T.B. Rector.
SUNDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
7'30 p m. Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Ctas.
THURSDAYS:
5 p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist.
7:30 nm. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS: _
10 a.m. Children's Conlirmation Class
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 a.m. Church School.
8:43 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10:00 a.m. Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
7.00 p.m Evening Prayer,
goo pm. St. Vincents Guild.
Thursdays:
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
Church ef St. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 am Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Church School.
6 00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saint Days.)
7 :io p.m. Evening Prayer, Fridays.
5 006:00 p.m. Prsyer Guild.
7:30 pm. Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild.
(Holy Communion at 10:45 a.m on the
i:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist.
10:00 s.m. Church School.
6 00 p.m. Solemn Evensong
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
S.m.
Wednesday and Holy Days 8:30 a.m
Holy Communion.
(First Sundav of every month.)
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Preleslanl
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School..................
Morning Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 134 ......
Morning Worship ,...........
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship...............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Momlng Worship ...............
Youth Group ...................
Servicemen's Hour..............
US. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship ...............
9:15
10:00
9:00
10:15
10:00
11:00
9:45
10:45
4:00
7:00
9 30
10:30
7:30
9:00
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass .................
Sunday Masa ...............
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Masa................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ................... 10 JO
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Maases .......... 8:00* 9:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..................... 6:30
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 A 8:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass ................... 9:30
Jewish
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Saturday ....................... 8:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday .............,........ 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...................... 7:00
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday ......................... 7:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion .... 9:00
Sunday School ................. 9:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. 9:15
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ..............a. 9JO
Joining Worship ......t........ 11:60
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Epis-
copal Church of Our Saviour,
New Cristobal.)
ROOTED AND GROUNDED
IN HIM
"And these have not root,
which for awhile believe, and
In time of temptation fall
away." St. Luke 8:13.
C. S. Lewis, a layman who has
lighted the minds of many Eng-
lish speaking people throughout
the world, states In his book. The
Case for Christianity" that we
must find Christ with the intel-
lect as well as with the emotions,
says this:
I'm trying here to prevent
anyone from saying the really sil-
ly thing that people often say
about Him: 'I'm ready to accept
Jesus as a great moral teacher,
but I don't accept His claim to
be God.' That's the one thing we
mustn't say. A man who was
merely a man and said, the sort
of things Jesus said wouldn't be
a great moral teacher. He'd
either be a lunatic *- or else he'd
be the Devil of Hell. You'must
make your choice. Either th*s
man was, and is, the Son of God:
or else a madman or something
worse. You can shut Him up for
a fool, you can spit at Him and
kill Him as a demon; or you can
fall at His feet and call Him Lord
and God. But don't let us come
with any patronizing nonsense
about HU being a great human
teacher. He hasn't left that open
to us. He didn't Intend too."
Man Is In a "hole" a dark
hole. He's a rebel and must sur-
render the process of going
back to Him we call repentance,
which Isn't any fun at all "It
means unlearning all the self-
conceit and self-will that we've
been training ourselves into for
thousands of years. In fact, It
needs a good man to repent. And
here's the catch. Only a bad per-
son needs to repent. Only a good
person can repent." There are
the days when our roots of belief
must go down very deep into our
souls.
Bishop Benfley
Will Give Sermon
Al SI. Peter's
In line with his preathlng
schedule while on the Isthmus,
the Rt. Rev. John B. Bentley, D.
D., will* preach at St. Peter's
church. La Boca, on Monday,
March 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Formerly the bisnop of Alaska
but now vice president of the Na-
tional Council of the American
Episcopal Church and director of
the Overseas Department, Bl-
ghop Bentley Is touring the mis-
sionary district coming under the
supervision of the Rt. Rev. Re-
ginald H. Gooden, 8. T.D., bishop
of the Panama Canal Zone.
Both prelates are due from Ni-
caragua, Costa Rica and the
western province of Panama on
the eve of Palm Sunday, and will
afterwards proceed to Colombia
for conclusion of the tour.
For the services of Passion
Sunday tomorrow, the Rev. Le-
muel B. Shirley, B. D priest In
charge of 8t. Peter's, will be the
officiant and preacher. Choral
eucharlst at 7 a.m. follows a 6
Esperanza Council
Will Meet Tomorrow
Members of the Past Exalted
Rulers Council, Esperanza No. 54
are reminded of the regular
monthly meeting which will con-
vene at the Silver City lodge hall
on Sunday at 6:00 p.m.
Matters of vital importance
will be on the agenda and all art
asked to attend.
a.m. celebration, with morning
prayer and church school 10 a.m.,
and evensong 7:30 p.m.
Group Meetings
A special meeting of the Junta
Femenina de Beneficencia.
(Ladles Welfare Group) will be
held next Tuesday, March 13, at
the Pacific Clubhouse.
An Important item on the pro-
gram will be the March of Dimes
contribution which will be collect-
ed.
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mass .
Catholic
10:00
9:90
9:00
am
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ....................... T :00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'l CENTEX
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions S:00 p.m.
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A NESTUf ROOUCT PUEfAUED ESWCIAUY
r<* rNfANT fHO+N4>j
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. CX.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Services 10 30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Canter
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
0S61 Balboa Road, Balboa
W. Harland Dilbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all agea .... 10:00 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 7:00 o.m.
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Ladies' Bible -Class Thursday 1:45 p.m
CHURCH or CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet In the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
Visitor* welcome.
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 41* or Ft Gulick 309.
Jewish Welfare Board, Bldg. 792-X. La
Boca Road, Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Within director.
Services on Friday. 7:30 pimi
(See also listings of Jewish sehvlce-
inder Posts. Bases and Sudona, i
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 3th Street. Bella VIsU,
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld
Services on Friday, 8 o.m.
Lutheran
4-30
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 p m
Choir Rehearsal T :30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C. Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9*30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 am
(H C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4 00 p n
Choir rehearsal Wednesday avenlru
it 8:30 pm
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thur>
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Puyar and Fellowship lor sil
people
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of the Lutheran Hour"
II. T. Bernthal. Pastor
830 Balboa Road. Balboa. >
Sunday School and Bible Class 9am
Worship service 10.15 s.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good A
friendly welcome awalU all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
7:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
MargarlU Hosplul
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To All.
Methodist
THE MKTHODIST CHURCH
British Conference i
Minister Rev. O. Herbert Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermof'
3 0 pm Sunday School.
4.00 Mena Meeting. I
'-a ataa- aWastaag Prayer and Sermon
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blah-
Sunday School ................. 9:4!
Morning Worship................ 11.00
Young People's Service ......... 5:45
Evening Worship ............... 7:09
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 1:00
Choir.Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
6:30 s.m.
Sacrament of Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7:30 p.m
Mount Halibeth Christian Church
Panama. R.P.
Rt. Rev T. James. D. D. Bishop
offlclanUng.
Morning Worship at ....... 8:00 ajn
Holy Communion at........ 8:30 a in.
Fellowship Worship at...... 11:00 a.m.
Bible Reading at .......... 3:00 p.m.
Divine Service at ......... 7:00 p.m.
Sermon at ,................ 8:00 p.m.
Holy Communion at ...... 9:00 p.m.
Balboa-Amador Road USO Club
No ii-Denomination
Vesper Service at 6:15 p m. Sundays.
SIX GREAT DAYS OF OPPORTUNITY
CITY WIDE EVANGELISTIC
CAMPAIGN
Sponsored by Churches of the Atlantic Side and the'Latin
America Mission, of San Jose, Costa Rica
REV. WILLIAM L. THOMPSON
Campaign Director.
REV. EPHRAIM ALPHONSE
Linguist, Translator, Missionary, Evangelist
ANTON MARCO
Opera Singer
MRS. WILLIAM L. THOMPSON
Pianist
SPECIAL MUSIC
FEATURING COMBINED CHOIRS OF THE ATLANTIC SIDE
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
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FRIDAY
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Una sangrienta batalla se
est librando en Corea
Por yardas miden
los avances las
tropas aliadas
TOKIO, marro 10. (UP).
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas cargaron contra loa re-
sistentes comunistas en un fren
'te de veinte millas en las mon-
taas centrales de Corea hoy.
Los aliados atacaron despus
que los norcoreanos abrieron
una brecha de ocho mlllaa a
la sptima divisin surcqreana
en el extremo Este de la linea
de batalla.
Tropas mixtas de americanos,
frhceaes y surcoreanos carga-
ron contra los norcoreanos con
bajonetas, granadas y cientos
de toneladas de balas de arti-
llera en un intento de aplas-
tar el principal obstculo del
Octavo Ejrcito en la "ofen-
siva asesina" de cuatro dias,
en donde los avances han sido
medidos en yardas.
En el sector occidental del
frente de setenta millas,- otras
cirroo divisiones de las Naciones
Unidas perseguan a los chinos
rajos en retirada, contra una
resistencia espordica de las re-
taguardias. Los chinos abando-
naron municiones, ametrallado-
ras, morteros y hasta alimen-
tos, en su huida.
Las bajas comunistas suban
poco a poco hacia la marca de
treinta mil. Los comunicados
informaron que 6,840 aoldaflos
rojos han sido muertos o cap-
turados b heridos por las fuer-
(Pasa a la Fagina 5, Col. 3)
Estn imponiendo fuertes
castigos en la Zona a los que
abusan en comprar gasolina
Recientemente fueron destituidos 3 empleados
quienes no se volver a emplear
Fue expedido el viernes, de
Balboa Heights, una fuerte ad-
vertencia contra abusos del
privilegio de comprar gasolina
en la Zona del Canal, por lo
que resultar en duros castigos,
e incluso en destituciones de
empleos con impedimento de
volverse a emplear de nuevo en
la Zona del Cana).
Esta nueva advertencia con-
tra el abuso del privilegio de
comprar gasolina en la Zona
fue expedida como resultado de
varios casos recientes en los que
fueron impuestas medidas du-
ras por las descaradas infrac-
ciones de los reglamentos que
te vienen cometiendo.
Recientemente fueron desti-
tuidos de sus empleos tres em-
pleados del Gobierno norte-
americano con definitivo Impe-
dimento a que se les vuelvan
a emplear, y en otros dos ca-
sos ocurridos fueron los acu-
sados privados de todos los pri-
vilegios canaleros, inclusive el
de poder comprar en los comi-
sariatos, el de la entrada li-
bre de impuesto, uso de hos-
pital y el de la compra de ga-
solina, todos las cuales les fue-
ron suspendidos.- Otros casos
recientes de abuso han resulta-
Nuevas diligencias efectan
en Guayaquil por la muerte
de la seora Lily Colunge
Hacen advertencia
clara y concisa
sobre los precios
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias nos so-
licita hacer pblico que ltima-
mente ha sostenido un camio
de puntos de vista con el Ge-
rente del Banco Agropecuario
e Industrial, y que como resul-
tado de esa inteligencia, se a-
toptarn en el menor trmino
posible medidas tendientes a
evitar el alza Inmoderada de
los precios de las mercaderas
y productos de primera ne-
cesidad-
Se avisa esto, segn palabras
textuales del Ministro "para que
cese, en lo posible, la desazn
de que est siendo presa la co-
munidad consumidora.
GUAYAQUIL, marzo 10. (SE)
Durante el dia de ayer el
Prefecto Juez del IV Distrito
de la Guardia Civil, doctor En-
rique Ochoa Merchn. dio tr-
mite a varios asunten pendien-
tes en el sumario por el ase-
sinato de la conocida dama pa-
namea, seora Llly Colunje,
hecho del cual se sindica co-
mo autor al ex-oficlal de la
Polica de Trnsito del Gua-
yas, seor Miguel Castillo Su-
rez quien recordarn nuestros
lectores obtuvo permiso de uno
de los oficiales del cuartel del
Cuerpo de Vigilancia del Trn-
sito, en donde se hallaba dete-
nido y no regres ms.
En relacin con el estado del
sumarlo y a solicitud del se-
or Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Panam, quien por
intermedio del Gobernador del
Guayas, seor Federico Intriago
Arrata, pidi copla de dicho
Juicio, el Prefecto Juez, doctor
(Pasa la Pie Col HJ
Estn surgiendo esperanzas
de que se celebre reunin
de los Cuatro Grandes pases
Si no se consigue la unificacin de Alemania, el
Occidente proceder a rearmarla
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 10.
(UP). A pesar de los cho-
ques violentos en las sesiones
preliminares de los Delegados
de los Cuatro Graqdes, estn
surgiendo esperanzas de que
se llegue a celebrar la Con-
ferencia- de Cancilleres de los
Cuatro Grandes y que se con-
siga la unificacin de Alema-
nia.
Estas esperanzas se basan
en dos conjeturas. Primero,
que la Unin Sovitica consi-
dere que debe hacer conce-
siones en Alemania. De otro
modo, el occidente rearmar a
Alemania Occidental. Segun-
do, los aliados occidentales
creen que el programa de re-
arme ser un xito. Por lo
tanto, los rusos pueden per-
mitir que se unifique a Ale-
mania, y terminar la ocupa-
cin dentro de un ao ms o
menos.
La Alemania Occidental en
manos del capitalismo tendra
mucho ms xito que en ma-
nos del comunismo. Lo ms
importante es el Pacto del A-
tlntlco del Norte, que signi-
fica que si las tropas norte-
americanas son retiradas de
Alemaia, seran estacionadas
en Francia y los pases bajos
algunos aos.
A este respecto debe recor-
darse que no se trata de me-
dir la fuerza de Rusia, sino
poner en claro a los Rusos
que Francia y los otros pa-
ses occidentales resistirn fir-
memente cualquier ataque.
La doctrina poltico-militar
Rusa ensea que la Unin So
vitlca no atacar a menos
que no haya una resistencia
que valga. El programa de ar-
mamentos del occidenta ha
demostrado a Rusia que ten-
dr que hacerle frente a fuer-
zas determinadas aunque Ru-
sia tendr una gran ventaja.
Tambin existen un nuevo
concepto del balance del po-
der entre el este y el oeste,
ei cual fu determinado por
la guerra de Corea. El hecho
de que los Estados Unidos ha
sobrevivido a la intervencin
en masa de la China Roja en
Corea el peor lugar que han
podido escoger loa Estados
Unidos para hacerle frente al
Comunismo ha determinado
con el mito de que la Unin
Sovitica es invencible.
Los Rusos saben ahora que
en caso de una guerra, ten-
dran que luchar con otros
pases adems de los Estados
Unidos. Si los Rusos se apo-
(Pasa a la Pg. t, col. I)
do hasta en la suspensin de
lo sueldos de los empleados
culpables de habervlolado los
reglamentos sobre la compra de
gasolina.
La seccin del Control de
Contrabando efecta una mi-
nuciosa investigacin en los di-
versos expendios de gasolina
de la Divisin de Comisariatos,
por lo que los investigadores
pueden determinar si se han e-
fectuado compras de combus-
tible en cantidades excesivas.
En todos los casos donde se
(Pasa a la Pg. S, Col. 4)
No hubo mitin
A pesar de que algunas
personas concurrieron anoche
al parque de Santa Ana, don-
de estaba anunciado un mitin
de carcter poltico, dicha re-
unin no llega efectuarse por
no haber concurrido los orga-
nizadores y el pblico ae se
encontraba congregado en el
Parase y en los acoras adya-
centes opt, a las dios de la
noche, por retirarse dentro del
mayor orden y compoetara.
Dicho mitin haba sido anun-
ciado per medio de la radio
dorante la tarde del dia de
ayer.
Don Eduardo de Alba
es Interventor del
Gobierno
Tal como lo anunci este dia-
rlo en su edicin de ayer, don
Eduardo de Alba, Gerente del
Banco Nacional, fue designado
ayer por el Ministro de Hacienda
y Tesoro, Ingeniero Rodolfo F.
Herbruger, Interventor en lo re-
lacionado con la suspensin tem-
poral de las operaciones del Ban-
co Fiduciaria. Hasta el momento
de entrar en prensa "El Panam
Amrica" y segn inform el
Ministro de Hacienda y Teso-
ro, el seor Eduardo de Alba
no haba contestado si acep-
taba o no las funciones de in-
terventor.
Bajo estado de
sitio se halla
El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, Marzo 10
(UP) La calma prevaleca
on el Salvador al entrar el puis
en un estado de sitio,de SO das
al proclamar la Asamblea Na-
cional una ley marcial modifi-
cada, despus que el Gobierno
descubri un "complot comu-
nista" par derrocar el Gobierno
del Presidente Osear Osorlo.
El Ministro de lo Interior in-
form a la Asamblea que se ha-
ba capturado cuatro carga-
mentos de armas el Jueves en
la noche, poco antes de la Lo-
ra estipulada para que e indi-
ciara la revuelta. El Mlni.it.-o
tambin dijo que se habla e.i-
eontrado un manifiesto expre-
sando la esperanza de estaolt-
cer un Estado Comunista des-
pus que la Asamblea Legisla-
tiva y el Gobierno Constitucio-
nal fueran abolidas.
El Presidente Osear Osorlo
est explicando la situacin al
pueblo en un manifiesto por to-
das las estaciones de radio.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
23,300
Se har cargo de
Hacienda y Tesoro
ti Ministro Obalda
De acuerdo con Informes su-
ministrados en la Secretara
General de la Presidencia de
la Repblica, don Jos Clemen-
te de Obalda, Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia, se encargar
desde maana del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, debido a
viaje a Washington que em-
prendi esta madrugada el ti-
tular de esa Cartera, Ingenie-
ro Rodolfo F. Herbruger, don-
de asesorar al Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores, Dr. Carlos
Brin, en la IV Reunin de Con-
sulta de los Cancilleres Ameri-
cano que se celebrar el pr-
ximo 36 de los corrientes en la
capital de los Estados Unidos.
Ecuador enviar
a Panam plantas
ornamentales
GUAYAQUIL, marzo 10. (SE)
_ Atendiendo al deseo del se-
or Alcalde de Panam, Licen-
ciado ngel Vega Mndez y
merced a las activas gestiones
desplegadas en este puerto por
el seor don L. A. Crossland,
vice-Cnsul de Panam, pode-
mos informar que el Club de
Leones de Guayaquil har
pronto envo de algunas plan-
tas ornamentales, propias de
nuestro pas, a fin de ser sem-
bradas en la Avenida Ecuador,
asi como tambin en los Jardi-
nes de la Escuela Repblica del
Ecuador, en la hermana nacin
panamea.
Por nuestra parte, debemos
consignar nuestro aplauso al
seor L. A. Crossland. asi como
tambin al Club de Leones de
esta ciudad, por la simptica
y noble actitud.
Ms coacciones a la
prensa de Argentina
Condenado Ricardo A. de la
Guardia y otras personas
pena de 15 das de arresto
Fueron detenidos anoche y puestos esta maana en
libertad el Dr. Daniel Chanis Jr. y los Licenciados
Carlos Sucre, Jos Isaac Fbrega y Anbal Ros
En las horas de la madruga- donde se procedi a tomarles
Abierta amenaza
se formula a
"La Nacin"
Inician 'Caravana del Hambre'
3.500 mineros huelguistas en la
frontera del Norte de Mxico
da de hoy fueron conducidos
al Cuartel de la Polica- Secreta
Nal., el ex-Presidente de la Re-
pblica, Dr. Daniel Chanis Jr. y
los Licenciados Jos Isaac F-
brega, Carlos Sucre y Anbal
Ros. Dichos caballeros estu-
vieron detenidos hasta las ocho
o nueve de la maana, hora en
que la Polica Secreta les co-
munic que estaban en liber-
tad, pero que deban presen-
tarse a las diez de la maana
al despacho del Alcalde del
Distrito a rendir una declara-
cin.
El Lie. ngel Vega Mndez,
Alcalde del Distrito, dijo esta
maana a un representante de
EL PANAMA AMERICA que di-
chos seores se apersonaron
esta maana en la Alcalda,
MEXICO, marzo 10. Una "Caravana del Hambre"
de tres mil quinientos mineros
huelguistas y simpatizantes, di-
rigidos por comunistas, llegaron
a las afueras de la ciudad de
Mxico y preparan demostra-
cin pblica contra la poltica
obrera del Gobierno.
La polica ha sido puesta en
alerta. Los dirigentes de la ca-
ravana despus de seis sema-
nas de marcha, recorriendo 1440
kilmetros desde las minas del
Norte, apelaron la ayuda de
los sindicatos obreros y a las
organizaciones izquierdistas pa-
ra recuperar sus trabajos.
Los manifestantes culpan al
Gobierno por la prdida de sus
trabajos, despus de su huelga
no autorizada contra las minas
en el Estado de Coahuila, las
mayores de Mxico, que son
propiedad del Gobierno.
La larga columna de hombres
y nios cansados y polvorientos
estar antes del transcurso de
34 horas dentro de los limites
de la ciudad de Mxico. En-
cuntrase acampada en Tlzayu-
ca, a 54 kilmetros de la capi-
tal.
El gobierno dice que la ma-
yor parte de los que forman la
manifestacin, son miembros
del partido comunista, del par-
tido popular izquierdista y del
Sindicato de Obreros y Campe-
sinos, tambin rojo.
Espera Coln que
todo el Interior
ir a su feria
La Perla Provincial de Coln,
tendr repercusiones de suceso
nacional. Kl Comit "Coln Pros
pera", Invita a las Provincias, a
que enven artculos Agro-Pe-
cuarios y representaciones a
Coln.
En la ltima reunin del Co-
mit "Coln rospera", llevado
a cabo en la Gobernacin de la
Provincia, se convino en invitar
a las autoridades y pueblos de
las Provincias interioranas, pa-
ra que enven a Coln represen-
taciones y toda clases de pro-
ductos de suelo. La ciudad de
Coln, segunda en Importancia
en la Repblica, atendi con
firodigalidad a sus huspedes de
a pasada Feria de Buena Vista,
habiendo satisfecho las aspira-
ciones de los millares de visi-
tantes que hasta alia llegaron.
Esta vez, es la propia ciudad de
Colon la sede de la Feria Agro
Pecuarla-Comerclal, para la cual
se estn adelantando prepara-
tivos no Igualados hasta el pre-
(Paw le Pe > Col.
declaracin en relacin con un
manifiesto dirigido al pas fir-
mado por ellos.
Hasta el momento de entrar
en prensa este diarlo, perma-
necan detenidos el seor Ri-
cardo A. de la Guardia, quien
se encuentra recluido en el
Instituto Radiolgico, y los se-
ores Esteban Huertas Ponce,
Vi c t o r Chanson, Evangelista
Karica, Homero y Mario Ve-
lasquez, contra quienes se ha-
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 10t
(UP). La Comisin central
de la Confederacin General
del Trabajo aprob una reso-
lucin de boycot contra "La
Prensa" por todos los obreros.
El comit acord declarar una
huelga general de 15 minutos
en toda Argentina en protes-
ta contra el diarlo que no ha
podido publicarse desde hace
ms de un mes.
El Secretarlo General de la
Confederacin General de Tra-
bajadores, Jos G. Espejo, de-
clar que se han hecho otras
proposiciones previamente en-
caminadas a la expropiacin
de "La Prensa" y para que
una cooperativa se haga car-
go de lapubllcacln del peri-
dico, y que stas quizs sean
consideradas por el Gobierno
o por el Congreso Argentino
cen cargos de proferir insultos que se reunir el lo. de Mayo.
al Jefe del Estado. I cuando una comisin de 11
Posteriormente se supo en la miembros dio a conocer el tex-
Alcalda que los seores Ricar-
do A. de la Guardia, Esteban
Huertas Ponce y Victor Chan-
son haban sido condenados por
el Alcalde a la pena de a-
rresto por quince dias "por in-
sultos al Presidente de la Re-
pblica".
to de la resolucin contra "La
Prensa", el representante del
Sindicato de Obreros de las
Centrales Elctricas propuso
notificar a "La Nacin" de que
"dejara de falsificar los he-
chos" y que si persista se a-
(Fasa a la Pe 6 Col li
Yugoeslavia acusa a Rusia de que est
concentrando ejrcitos en su frontera
El embajador de
Guatemala en EE.
UU. se suicid
WASHINGTON. Marzo 10.
(UP). Los funcionarlos y
creulos diplomticos expresa-
ron profundo pesar al conocer
del suicidio en su patria del
Embajador de Guatemala ea
Estados Unidos, Antonio Gou-
baud Carrera.
Un portavoz del Departa-
mento de Estado declar que
los funcionarios de l Canci-
llera de Estados Unidos ha-
ban recibido la noticia con
gran pena. El Presidente de la
Organizacin de Estados Ame-
ricanos, Hlldebrando Accloly
del Brasil, calific a Goubaud
Carrera como un hombre de
esplndido carcter y uno de
los valores ms firmes en el
sistema nter-americano.
En un .elegrama enviado al
Presidente de Guatemala, Juan
Jos Arvalo y al Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores. Ismael
Gonzlez Arvalo, Accloly dice:
"En nombre del Consejo de la
Organizacin de Estados Ame-
ricanos deseo hacer llagar al
Gobierno de Guatemala la ms
profunda expresin de pesar
por la desaparicin del Excmo.
Sr. Goubaud Carrera, Repre-
sentante de Guatemala, quien
deja entre todos sus compa-
eros de trabajo un imborra-
ble recuerdo de inteligencia,
discrecin y sabidura. Reitero
a vuestras Excelencias los sen-
timientos de mi ms elevada
consideracin".
Goubaud Carrera represen-
tase a la pagina t, coi. %>
El empleo llega en Estados
Unidos a su punto ms alto
WASHINGTON, marzo 10.
(UBIS). La estabilidad en
el empleo de loe civiles en los
Estados Unidos se refleja en
los datos proporcionados por la
Oficina del Censo en relacin
con la semana terminada el 10
de febrero, cifras que han acu-
sado la marca ms alta para
esta poca del ao, segn de-
clara el Secretario del Comer-
cio Charles Sawyer.
El total del empleo en febre-
ro, calculado en 58.90fl.000, re-
presenta "poca variacin" con
respecto a enero en el empleo.
El nmero de empleados en la
agricultura se calcula en 5,930,-
000 y en los ramos no agrco-
las en 52,970,000.
El Secretarlo Sawyer, al co-
mentar los totales de febrero,
dijo: "Pese a las predicciones
Complace a Santiago
la reparacin de
sus calles malas
SANTIAGO, marzo 10. Co-
munidad san t laguna ve con be-
neplcito general actuacin Su-
perintendente Caminos, Joaqun
Sandoval, quien ha comenza-
do reparacin calles esta ciu-
dad, las cuales, debido a su
gran nmero de baches ha-
clan dificultoso trnsito por
ellas. Asi se hace patria, labo-
rando en bien de las comu-
nidades, sin amblaciones poH-
tlcas al mezquindades.
sobre serlo desempleo a causa
de la conversin de las fbri-
cas para el trabajo de defen-
sa, estas cifras dicen claramen-
te que hasta el 10 de febrero
por lo menos, el efecto del pro-
grama de defensa ha sido lo
contrario. Aunque puedan pro-
ducirse reducciones temporales
de empleo en algunas zonas, los
acontecimientos hasta a h o ra
Indican que no es probable des-
empleo en gran escala.
Exhiben pelcula
sobre Venezuela
en ios EL UU.
NUEVA YORK. Mario 10
(UP) En un acto cultural,
auspiciado por el Cnsul Gene-
ral de Venezuela, Antonio D-
vlla Delgado, se reuni ea el
Museo de Arte un auditorio de
hispanoamericanos y norteame-
ricanos interesados en Vene-
zuela.
El punto culminante de la
exhibicin fu una pelcula
descriptiva en colores, titulada
"Venezuela Venture", llmuda
por el explorador y escritor
Nicol Smith.
La nia venezolana Judith
Jaimes interpret varias piezas
al piano, y Mara Teresa Azos-
ta. artista de la radio en Ve-
nezuela cant varias canciones
populares de su pas.
o O o
Abriga el plan
de derrocar al
Mariscal Tito
o o o
por Helen FISHER
BELGRADO, Marzo 10 (UP).
Yugoeslavia formul la acu-
sacin de que Rusia est con-
centrando tropas y armas so-
bre sus fronteras para reali-
Rusia es probable que salga
de las Naciones Unidas para
formar un "Consejo de Paz""
LONDRES, marzo 10. (UP).
__ Los expertos britnicos en
asuntos soviticos dijeron hoy
que hay seales de que Rusia
se salga de las Naciones Uni-
das y organice el 'Consejo Mun-
dial de Paz" como una orga-
nizacin internacional rival.
La entrevista que Stalin sos-
tuvo con el peridico Pravda
en la cual declar que las Na-
ciones Unidas haban caido en
los mtodos poco gloriosos de
la Liga de las Naciones, ha si-
do seguida por una serle de
declaraciones similares.
Lo que se considera ms sig-
nificativo es un editorial del
Naciones Unidas tienen que es-
coger entre llenar las deman-
das del Consejo Mundial da
Paz o compartir el destino po-
co glorioso de la Liga de las
Naciones y condenarse a la des-
integracin".
"Al hacerle estas demandas
(Pasa s Pe Col. 7>
Grupo numeroso
de mdicos tendr
convencin aqu
El sbado prximo arribar a
PrVrd. conTernl'entra.as-"de- esta ciudad un grupo nume-
*______.___ii. i- ...iAn i sembly" para celebrar en El
Panam", una convencin qua
durar varios dias.
do apenas terminada la sesin sembly"
de Berln.
El editorial abord el tan
usado tema de que las Nacio-
nes Unidas son un instrumen-
to de la politica agresiva de
Se entiende que muchos da
los doctores piensan permane-
cer en El Panam por mayor
periodo de tiempo para gozar
los Estados Unidos y Gran Bre-' de la oportunidad de su visita
taa. El editorial agreg: "Las en esta ciudad.
Discutirn el papel que le
tocar a cada pas para la
defensa de su propia tierra
El tema ser abordado en la Conferencia de los
Cancilleres el 26 de este mes
WASHINGTON, Marzo 10. ' demora.
(UP). Esferas autorizadas | Los Informantes recordaron
dijeron que creen que los Mi-. que al comenzar la segunda
rastros de Relaciones Exterio-
res Americanos, en la confe-
rencia que celebrarn en Wa-
shington el 26 de Marzo, tra-
zar lin ataque con propsitos i tarn Mbre e, apel que cada
de derrocar el Gobierno del paU de, Hemisferio podra de-
Mai sempear en cuanto a la de-
fensa de su propio territorio
en caso de agresin.
Esas esferas sealaron que
la Junta de Defensa nter-
Americana con sede en Wa-
shington, ha estado trabajan-
do desde hace tiempo en el
plan de defensa del Hemisfe-
rio. Esas esferas creen que los
Cancilleres, de tratar ese pun-
to, lo consideraran desde el
punto de vista general y po-
siblemente ordenaran una
junta que tomara medidas Da-
r poner en ejecucin aque-
llos planes.
Una cuestin que las esferas
autorizadas en Washington
creen que los Cancilleres po-
dran discutir, es la posibilidad
de que cada repblica ameri-
cana facilite los medios para
proteger su propio territorio y
mantener abiertas las lneas
de comunicaciones dentro del
Hemisferio, en caso de agre-
sin. Esas esferas aseguran
que tales planes trazados con
anticipacin, seran de valor
Inmenso si surge un conflicto
internacional, porque entonces
podran ponerse en vigor sin
En un Libro Blanco, de 481
pginas, el Gobierno de Yu-
goeslavia anuncia que han si-
do destacados grandes efecti-
vos militares soviticos cerca
de las fronteras de Yugoesla-
via con Rumana y Hungra y
que a la vez Rusia est ar-
mando y movilizando a esos
satlites balcnicos suyos.
Tambin afirma que casi
dos mil incidentes y tiroteos
en las fronteras en los ltimos
tres aos ha creado ya "pe-
quea guerra permanente en
nuestros lmites''.
El libro Blanco aade que
los amplios preparativos mi-
litares se realizan en estos
momentos con la Intencin de
"realizar operaciones de ata-
que en direccin a Yugoesla-
via". Sigue diciendo que a to-
do lo largo del frente de Yu-
goeslavia, Rusia y sus satli-
tes estn evscuando a la po-
blacin civil e Instalando cam-
pos de minas y barricadas de
alambre de pa. excavando
trincheras y construyendo em-
plazamientos para artillera.
(Pasa a la pgina 5 columna 4)
guerra mundial se produjo una
gran confusin entre las na-
ciones aliadas por falta dt
planes debidamente coordina-
dos para la defensa propia f
la protececin de la navega-
cin. Creen que teniendo pre-
sente aquella leccin, los Can-
cilleres podran estudiar con
carcter general los medios
para evitar que se repitiera a-
quella situacin y quizs or-
denaran a la Junta de De-
fensa que traten sobre la ayu-
da que las fuerzas de mar,
tierra y aire de todas las re-
pblicas americanas podran
ofrecer dentro del plan de de-
fensa coordinado.
Firma de auditores
es solicitada por
el Fiduciario
Comunicado de la Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam S. A
En la Compaa Fiduciaria
de Panam S. A. anunci ayer
que haba solicitado los ser-
elos ce la conocida firma de
Auditores Price. Waterhouse es
Company a fin de que efecten
un examen completo y minu-
cioso de todas las operadoras
del Banco.
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LOS EMPLEADOS SUBALTERNOS DEBEN
COOPERAR
La situacin que ha surgido en los ltimos das
podra llegar a crear un clima de intranquilidad
que no traera beneficio alguno para los asociados.
Claro est que los funcionarios pblicos estn
en su derecho de mantener el orden, y no solamen-
te es un derecho sino que es una seria obligacin.
Quienes intenten alterar el ritmo de la vida insti-
tucional mediante violencias es evidente que se si-
tan dentro del articulado del Cdigo Penal, que
las autoridades deben aplicar siguiendo los proce-
dimientos que rigen la materia.
Sera muy conveniente que los altos funciona-
rios de la Administracin demanden de los em-
pleados inferiores toda' la cordura posible. Los
arrestos que se crea que deben efectuarse, deberan
hacerse, como se ha dicho, mediante el procedi-
miento que establece la ley. A ellos corresponde el
deber de atemperar la actitud de sus subalternos
a fin de que los nimos colectivos no se salgan de
su cauce normal. Las medidas de seguridad bien
pueden tomarse dentro de una norma bsica de
serenidad.
Por su parte, los empleados subalternos, espe-
cialmente aquellos que ejercen funciones preventi-
vas en materia de seguridad, deben prestar toda
su cooperacin a los superiores para mantener un
clima de calma en el pas.
Ojal que se entienda bien la necesidad de que
la vida nacional se desenvuelva dentro del orden
y del respeto mutuo. Los que gobiernan y los go-
bernados deben proceder con ecuanimidad, sin exa-
geraciones que puedan causar dao a la colectivi-
dad.
La legtima suerte del pueblo panameo debe
ser una seria preocupacin patritica de todos. En
torno a esa causa deben girar las actividades na-
cionales. Los Poderes del Estado y la comunidad en
general deben esforzarse por mantener en el pas
un ambiente propicio al logro de los propsitos sa-
no- en que debe inspirarse todo ciudadano.
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SAL HEPTICA!
EL PREMIO NOBEL DE LITE-
RATURA EN 1949 Y 1950
Ha tiempo deseaba yo es-
cribir algo sobre el Premio No-
bel de Literatura. Este ao pre-
cisamente se han adjudicado
dos: los correspondientes a 1949
y a 1950. El de 1949 ha corres-
pondido a William Faulkner y
el de 1950 a Bertrand Russell.
Un novelista norteamericano el
primero un escritor Ingls, casi
octogenario, el segundo.
La noticia no es nueva para
mis lectores. No han fallado
informaciones en torno al a-
contecimlento. En el Palacio
Real de Estokolmo, a pejsar del
luto de la familia por el fa-
llecimiento de Gustavo V el
rey al que le placia jugar al
tenis hubo fiesta, la tradi-
cional fiesta para la entrega
de esos premios Nobel. Por los
amplios salones de Palacio se
pasearon unos centenares de
hombres vestidos de frac, entre
los que se encontraban los se-
ores Faulkner y Rusell. Lo3
premios se entregan previamen-
te, en el Concert Hall, por el
monarca de turno. El Importe
en metlico del galardn se
pone en las manos de los a-
graciados en sendos cheques en
la moneda que escoja su inme-
diato usufructuario. Hay que
suponer que esos usufructua-
rlos escogeran los bienamados
dlares.
La recepcin, de acuerdo con
el testamento del seor No-
bel, tiene por fin que el rey
sueco mantenga conversacin
con todas y cada uno de los
que reciben los premios para
estar al tanto de la ltim? pa-
labra en la ciencia, la litera-
tura y la paz internacional. Cu-
rioso anhelo el del seor Nobel,
establecido en los estatutos del
concurso y cumplido rigurosa-
mente desde 189fl
Este seor Nobel Invent el
compuesto qumico ms mort-
fero de su poca y se arrepin-
ti de su propio invento. Se
arrepinti tarde. Pero esa fue
la causa de que dejara su cuan-
tiosa fortuna de treinta millo-
nes de coronas para los pre-
mios con fines humanitarios.
Antdoto de la destruccin.
La ltima preocupacin del;
seor Nobel era la que el mun-
do gozase de paz. Por eso ins-
tituy los cinco premios para
cada ao con la renta del ca-
pital formado tras la venta de
todos sus bienes. Tres premios
recompensan los descubrimien-
tos ms importantes anualmen-
te en los domlnjos de la Risica.
la Qumica y la Medicina. Otro
se destina a la obra ms no-
table, obra en conjunto, en el
campo del Ideal: se trata del
Premio de Literatura y el quin-
to es el autntico premio pa-
cifista: se consagra quien
trabaje con mayor provecho
por la fraternidad humana, con
su corolario de la reduccin o
desaparicin de los ejrcitos.
Muri soltern el caprichoso
seor Nobel. Sus parientes qui-
Pern: Y he aqu nuestra estatua de la LIBERTAD, smbolo de nuestra democracia...
sleron impugnar su raro testa-
mento en el que institua los
tan comentados premios. Pero
fracasaron en su tarea los co-
diciosos miembros de su fami-
lia. Se trataba de hombres ri-
qusimos: unos reyes del pe-
trleo en Europa, competidores
de los Rockefeller y los Rots-
chlld.
Bertrand Rusell, ms que li-
terato, es filsofo y materna-1
tico. Lleva una serie de libros |
publicados: entre ellos "La Jus-
ticia en los tiempos de guerra",
"El matrimonio y la moral" y
una "Teora del bolchevismo",'
que hoy rechaza abiertamente.
William Faulkner, el novelis-
ta norteamericano, cuyo pare-I
cido con Chamberlain el del'
paraguas es realmente notable,
ha publicado bastantes nove-
las. Yo recuerdo asi, fiado en
mi memoria no muy feliz, "Luz
de Agosto", "Santuario", "Ab-
saln!"
El galardonado con el Premio
Nobel de la Paz ha sido R.
Bunche, el mediador de las Na-
ciones Unidas en Palestina, un
negro norteamericano. Entre los,
aspirantes al Premio Nobel d_e:
la Paz figuraban Wlnton
'Churchill. Pandit Nehru, Harry
S. Truman, Jorge VI de Ingla-
terra.
Los hispanoamericanos no a-
blindan entre loa Premios N-.
bel. Hace dos aos se copee-!
dl a Gabriela Mistral, la poe-'
tlsa Chilena. Con anterioridad '
a Jacinto Benavente como 11-'
terato, a don Santiago Ramn
y Cajal. como eminentsimo his-
tlogo. Y no ha dejado de men-
cionarse entre los posibles as-
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
l.n esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan. Mbre tpico de inters (enera!.
que no sean demasiado extensa*
Coln, Marzo 1 de 1951.
Sr. Director
Estimado seor
E.i carta anterior, trat a-
cerca de las medidas que a mi
entender deben adoptarse en
contra de los elementos co-
munistas y comunistoldes lo-
cales. Debido a la brevedad
del espacio disponible no pu-
de entrar en detalles, cosa que
espero poder subsanar en es-
ta ocasin.
Comenzar por decir que
ms an que el problema re-
presentado por los comunistas
confesos, es el de los comu-
nistoldes o progresistas, nom-
bre con el cual se denominan
a si mismos. Amparndose ba-
jo la careta de progresistas,
realizan una labor tendiente a
socavar nuestro sistema de-
mocrtico, en beneficio de un
nnHoi- *vrrnrth
poder extrab.
Estos elementos subversivos
llamados en EE. UU. Fellow
travelers o compaeros de via-
je, lo constituyen generalmen-
te elementos carentes de valor
para exponer sus ideas, pero
que sin embargo estn dis-
puestos a realizar una labor
subterrnea de espionaje.
Como se puede apreciar es-
tos Individuos resultan ser ele-
mentos extremadamente peli-
grosos, por lo cual se Impone
ib adopcin de medidas enr-
gicas en contra de las orga-
nizaciones de pantalla "Front
organizations", y la pronta lie- I
galizacin de los partidos co-
munistas y fascistas. Tambin
es Imprescindible que los ele-
mentos obreros de tendencia
Grecia pelear por la causa
de los pases democrticos
Por OTTO ZAUSMER
(N.A.N.A.)
ATENAS, Marzo (EPS). El
pueblo griego quiere seguir re-
cibiendo ayuda de los Estados
Unidos no para vivir con ma-
yor comodidad, sino para poder
defenderse y defender a Euro-
pa, aun cuando tenga que mo-
democrtlca traten de recupe-
rar la direccin de los sindi-
catos hoy dominados por los
comunistas.
Los elementos comunistoldes,
progresistas segn ellos, co-
mienzan siempre por declarar,
en cualquier discurso o pol-
mica, que ellos no son comu-
nistas; hecha esta salvedad
suelen endilgarle a uno una
serie de pero, tendientes to-
dos ellos a probar los benefi-
cios del paraso sovitico. "Con
estas artimaas suelen enga-
ar a muchos Ingenuos, que
se Imaginan que estn en pre-
sencia de elementos democr-
ticos, cuando en verdad lo que
estn haciendo es prestar o-
dos a agentes de un poder
desptico y extrao, cuyo ni-
co propsito es esclavizar al
mundo en beneficio de la
Unin Sovitica.
Esto quiere decir que un In-
gls o un. JrSncs comunista,
ciudadano de un pas verdade-
ramente civilizado, deben an-
teponer los intereses de la
atrasada Rusia,, a los de su
pas; si no hace esto se ex-
pone a que lo acusen de Tl-
tolsta, Troklsta, fascista, y
quien sabe que otro trmino
Inventado por las enfermizas
mentes de los agentes del
Kremlin. Como se puede ver el
problema es verdaderamente
grave, por lo cual resulta ex-
trao que los pases democr-
ticos todava sueen en el a-
paclguamiento, cuando es de
todos conocidos que la nica
defensa contra la agresin es
la preparacin militar.
Sin ms por el momento, se
despide de Ud, rogndole le
d cabida a esta carta en su
seccin "Cartas al Director".
Su atento y seguro servidor.
Horacio Esquive].
rir.
Esta es la esencia de las de-
claraciones hechas por el rict-
premier Jorge Papandreou, en
una entrevista concedida a es-
te redactor.
"No les pedimos dinero a los
Estados Unidos para mejorar
nuestro nivel de vida", dijo gra-
vemente el vicepremier. "Por
el contrario, nos compromete-
mos no a subir nuestro nivel
de vida mientras dure la emer-
gencia, sino a continuar ha*
clendo lo que hemos hecho has-
ta ahora en las condiciones
actuales, que son las ms mo-
destas de Europa. El ingreso del
pueblo griego por cabeza es el
ms bajo de todo el continente.
"No, no deseamos vivir me-
jor mientras estamos recons-
truyendo nuestro pais y pre-
parando su defensa, que es tam-
bin la defensa de Europa.
"Disponemos de un ejrcito
de primera clase, compuesto de
ciento treinta y seis mil hom-
bres, cifra que en un momen-
to podemos triplicar. Nuestroa
soldados han demostrado que
pueden pelear y morir, pero
tambin pelear y obtener la vic-
toria.
"No olvidemos que Grecia
constituye una especie de bas-
tin sobre el que se apoya la
parte ms importante del fren-
te occidental, al sur de los sa-
tlites soviticos en los Balca-
nes. Grecia constituye un puen-
te entre Turqua y Yugoeslavla,
las dos naciones que poseen
tambin ejrcitos bien adies-
trados y equipados. Estos tres,
juntos, constituyen una impor-
tante garanta de la defensa
de Europa contra la agresin.
Pero constituyen tambin los
objetivos ms probables de
cualquier agresin contra el Oc-
cidente.
"Nuestras relaciones con Tur-
3uia son muy buenas. Estamos
ispuestos a establecer tambin
buenas relaciones con Yugo-
eslavla. Esperamos establecer
nexos econmicos ms estrechos
con este pais y a eliminar loa
obstculos que impiden las co
munlcaclonea y el comercio. Po-
Pasa a la Pif Col. l>
pirantes al Premio Nobel de
Literatura a Alfonso Reyes, el
ilustre mejicano. Seria indiscu-
tiblemente una adecuada elec-
cin. Pero los hispanoamerica-
nos no Intrigamos para conse-
guir tales premias. Las Intri-
gas de Cancilleras son com-
plicadas.
Lo que no obsta para que
los admiradores de Alfonso Re-
yes lo lamentemos.
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SBADO, MARZO II, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
Ornamentos y Vestiduras
de los Sacerdotes
Nuevamente se menciona a
Eisenhower como Candidato
(Continuacin)
Siente que la soledad es el
peor enemigo y huye de ella.
Esto engendra el trato con los
dems por imperiosa necesidad,
sobre todo si se halla en pue-
blos pequeos y con el trato
y el tiempo se pueden y de
hecho se originan roces peque-
os que l con solicitud y ce-
lo sabe esquivar, pero que la
maldad de los hombres no
quiere resolver Y ln darse
cuenta se encuentra en el mar
revuelto de las pasiones de los
hombres.
Los amigos sacerdotes son la
expresin ordinaria del novel.
Gusta de la consulta con los
prudentes. Acata a la Jerarqua,
pero no la Irecuenta demasia-
do: < Indispensable.
Forzosamente ha de rozar con
las personas del otro sexo y
urge en su Interior un mundo
nuevo y desconocido. El choque
es fuerie.
La uncin sacerdotal y la
nueva gracia le asisten. 81 se
nutre con la vida de piedad se
salva. SI se abandona al mi-
nisterio exterior y hace deja-
cin de su vida interior el cas-
tillo se resquebraja y empie-
za el asalto brutal.
Vive el sacerdote vida de lu-
cha. Lucha continua tanto ms
meritoria euanto ms acerva.
Las caldas si alguna vez las
hubiera, suelen ser espordicas,
pues el temor al sacrilegio es
grande. De ordinario surge la
contricin y el amparo en la
confesin sacramental.
El temor santo al sacrificio
(pecado habitual) le contiene
en la mayora de los casos.
Si rueda por la pendiente
destituido de todo sentido es-
piritual no hay que hablar.
El alma sacerdotal por pro-
fundo que haya caido siempre
es un alma buena. Esto es efec-
to de su educacin y del, am-
biente en el que se desarrolla-
ron sus primeros aos y su
Juventud. Si algo se aleja de
esto no dejar de ser un abor-
to, v
La tonsura sacerdotal (vulgo:
corona) en los sacerdotes y en
la mayor part- de los religio-
sos recibe el nombre de Coro-
na.
(Continuar)
El seor Harry Sugg, gerente
del Area de Latino Amrica
de la Compaa Motores Ford,
est ahora en Panam en un
corto viaje de negocios.
El seor Sugg fue antes Ge-
rente General de la Sucursal en
Cristbal de la Compaa de
Motores Ford.
SE NECESITA
Para Importante Compaa Americana
Joven, Oficinista-Taqugrafa en espaol e ingls. Debe
ser panamea. Escriba dando edad, estado civil, educa-
cin, experiencia, salario deseado, direccin y nmero
de telfono. Se entrevistarn nicamente a personas
citadas.
Sr. JOHN CLARK
Apartado 1210
Panam, R. de P.
por JAY G. HAYDEN
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Marzo (EPS.
La dificultad creada para la
reeleccin del presidente Tru-
man por la nueva enmienda
constitucional, Junto con la di-
visin de los republicanos a-
cerca de la poltica exterior, ha
dado origen a un nuevo movi-
miento entre los demcratas pa-
ra hacer del general Eisenhower
su candidato presidencial en
1952.
Con ese objeto se ha pedido
a Traman que no anuncie to-
dava sus planes definitivos ya
que as se mantendr a los re-
publicanos en la lncertidumbre,
al mismo tiempo que se evi-
tarn divisiones entre los de-
mcratas.
Se recordar que el propio
Traman estuvo entre los pri-
meros que sugirieron a Elsen-
hower como probable candi-
dato presidencial En su libro
CRUZADA EN EUROPA, Eisen-
hower relata que durante la
conferencia de Potsdam en el
verano de 1945 viajaba con el
Presidente en un "Jeep" cuando
Truman se volvi repentina-
mente hacia l dlcindole:
"General, no hay nada que
usted desee que yo no trate de
ayudarle a obtenerlo. Y esto
Incluye definitiva y especifica-
mente la presidencia en 1948."
"Me ech a rer," dice Elsen-
hower a continuacin, "contes-
tndole: "Seor Presidente, no
s quin vaya a ser su opo-
nente en la campaa presiden-
cial, pero no ser yo, cierta-
mente.' Y no habla dudas res-
pecto de mi seriedad en esta
Levantadas de Noche!
Ayude i sus Rones
m euarpo humano M dahac 4*1
caco 4 cldoi y detperdfrto* Tn-
notos da la aancra, por medio da loa
meva millones da diminutos tuboa o
riltroa da loa rlflonea. SI estos venenos
da loa rlftonaa o la vejiga lo hacen
anfrlr con lavantadaa nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolores da piernas, nieras,
lumbAffo, dolores da laa coyuntura*
a^ld* o ardor an loa conductos, de-
bido a la necaaldad da stimulant
diurtico, prueba Cystax.
Deshgase del cido rico y los
?enanos con la receta mdica llamada
Cystax, aue ea un diurtico stimu-
lant da loa rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional da la vejiga y
vfaa urinarias en aatado da acides.
Cyatax aatlsfacar a usted completa-
manta y aera la medicina qua uat*d
aceslta. Pida Cyatax hoy misma
sTIajasvaBftsBt as* an an far-
..cystex m&*>
question."
El recuerdo de esta conver-
sacin pudo haber sido una de
las principales razones para que
Elsenhower declinara en 1948 la
nominacin republicana, prime-
ro, y luego la demcrata. Al
mismo tiempo, lo ocurrido en
Potsdam ofrece un buen ante-
cedente para que Truman pida
el apoyo de Elsenhower en la
campaa de 1952.
Sin embargo, existe el obst-
culo de que realmente no se
sabe cul es el partido que el
general prefiere. Las evidencias
que existen de que est dis-
puesto a aceptar la candidatu-
ra presidencial provienen todas
del lado republicano. Entre ellas
est la declaracin hecha por
el gobernador de Nueva York,
Dewey, de que Elsenhower era
su preferido para candidato; el
general contest dndole las
gracias por tal manifestacin.
Los expertos polticos dicen
que Dewey no hubiera Ida tan
lejos si no tuviera de antema-
no la seguridad de que Elsen-
Rusia se niega a
discutir tratado
de paz austraco
PARIS, Marzo 10. (UP).La
Rusia Sovitica ha mostrado
pocas Intenciones de llegar
pronto a un acuerdo en la
Conferencia de las cuatro
grandes potencias.
Antes del cuarto da de reu-
nin de los Ministros de Re-
laciones Exteriores de las cua-
tro potencias, Rusia ha aca-
bado nuevamente con la espe-
ranza de un Tratado de Paz
con Austria.
Rusia se neg casi comple-
tamente a discutir el Tratado
austraco Introduciendo nue-
vos obstculos en los Intentos
de llegar a un acuerdo sobre
la agenda. El viejo problema
de Trieste ha sido nuevamente
el punto de desacuerdo.
hower no lo Iba a desautorizar
luego. Pero las pruebas del re-
publicanismo de Eisenhower
distan mucho de ser conclu-
yentes. Claramente ha demos-
trado su preferencia por los lla-
mados "Internacionales", o sea
Van d e n b e r g, Dewey, Lodge,
Stassen, Warren y Duff, asi co-
mo su disgusto hacia los que
mantienen tendencias alsla-
mientlstas, cuyos voceros son el
presidente Hoover y los senado-
res Tat y wherry.
Elsenhower escribi una car-
ta el ao pasado deplorando la
afirmacin del senador republi-
cano McCarthy, de que el Dr.
Philip Jessup, negociador del
Departamento de Estado, tena
"inusitadas afinidades hacia la
causa comunista.''
Renunci hoy el
canciller de la
Gran Bretaa
LONDRES, marzo 10 (UPt.
Ernest Bevin, Secretario de Re-
laciones Exteriores, desde la
segunda guerra mundial, pre-
sent renuncia hoy, en sus
cumpleaos, a los 70 aos de
edad.
Bevin ha estado enfermo por
muchos meses y no tiene su-
ficientes fuerzas para soportar
los rigores de las prximas la-
Especialista en
Agricultura muere
en esta ciudad
El seor Edwin Lee Anderson,
de 62 aos de edad, especialis-
ta en agricultura tropical del
Instituto de Asuntos nter-A-
mericanos muri esta maana
en el Hospital Oorgas, despus
e una corta enfermedad.
El seor Anderson se sinti
bores. Segn los informados,
ser reemplazado por Herbert
Morrison. El Primer Ministro
Clement Attlee espera mante-
ner a Bevin como asesor.
El rgano del partido Labo-
rista. Daily Herald, dijo que se
tiene entendido que Ernest Be-
vin ha decidido abandonar la
cartera de Relaciones Exterio-
res y que el primer Ministro lo
anunciar en breve. El peri-
dico dice que Bevin seguir en
una "posicin menos penosa".
El Ministro Bevin viene su-
friendo del corazn, ha sido
operado dos veces el ao pa-
sado y acaba de recobrarse de
una pulmona. Mientras los mi-
nistros de Relaciones Exteriores
del Soviet, Estados Unidos y
Francia han cambiado. Bevin
estaba desde Julio de 1945.
8u reemplazante, Morrison, de
63 aos, es un hbil politico del
Partido Laborista y uno de los
mejores tcticos del Parlamen-
to.
enfermo el viernes pasado,
cuando se diriga desde el Ho-
tel Tivoli al aeropuerto de To-
cumen en donde deba tomar
su avin hacia Honduras. El se-
or Anderson acababa de lle-
gar de un viaje por el Per.
El seor Anderson deja a su
esposa y dos hijos en Oakland,
California, y se encontraba
sirviendo como especialista del
Instituto de Asuntos nter-A-
mericanos en la Amrica Latina
durante los ltimos ocho aos.
La esposa del seor Anderson
fue notificada esta maana de
la muerte de su esposo y so
estn esperando sus Instruccio-
nes para los funerales.
La Ca. de Productos de Arcilla, S. A.
Ofrece en Venta para Entrega
Inmediata:
BLOQUES de arcilla de 3", 4", 6" y 8"
TEJAS Imperiales y Coloniales
BALDOSAS Coloniales i rsticas para patio).
LADRILLOS comunes y refractarlos para pisos
y paredes de hornos.
AZULEJOS Imperiales en ms de 20 atractivos colores.
LOZA Sanitaria, Inodoros, lavamanos y bidets.
TUB08 de drenaje para tanques spticos y
drenaje, de 4". 6" y 8".
QUARRY tile de 4" y de 6" en Rojo y Rojo moteado.
ASBESTO en planchas, forma de tubos y desmenuzado
a B .0.09 la libra.
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NORMAS
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ceirse a isa n desapasiona
das nortvj. periodstica. Debei
enriar al peridico lo* aaunto
f noticias ma Interesamaa %U<
afecten a la comunidad En b
toluto te trata da una opart
nidad para hacer determinada
campana nolltteaa
HORIZONTALES:
1rbol de madera preciosa.
4Plaza de toros.
8Canoa mexicana.
12Agarradera.
13De palabra.
14Capital de Italia.
15Del verbo rebelar.
17Repeticin d esouiUo, Pl.
18El primer hombre.
19Accin de repasar.
21Ciudad bblica.
23Mueble.
24Dios de la mitologa escan-
dinava.
25Caso gramatical.
29Entregan.
30Extremidades de la tierra.
SIDios romano del hogar.
32Caudillos.
34rbol originarlo de la India.
35Fluido imponderable.
16Cuerda para ahorcar a un
reo.
17Ala secundaria de los
aviones.
10De una raza de las islas
Filipinas.
41Cacahuete.
42Diente canino.
46Extremidad de las manos,
Inv.
47Salida de un astro.
48Diosa de la aurora.
49Flor.
50Catedrales.
IILablrnago.
VERTICALES:
1Expendio de "bebidas.
2Se atreva.
3Arma arrojadiza.
4Pantaln que usaba el
ejrcito francs.
5Rezan.
6Entregas, Inv.
7Que tienen olor.
8Tortas de harina de mail.
9Arbusto del Per.
10Propietarios.
11Flojo, suelto.
16Paraiso terrenal.
20Letra castellana, Pl.
21Casamiento.
22Tiempo transcurrido desda
el nacimiento.
23Frecuentar.
25Perros de caza.
26Contrarios a la ley.
27Hembra del toro.
28Igual al 13 horizontal.
30Silbato.
33Ciudad de Espaa.
34Ave de plumaje muy
negro.
36Entreguemos.
37Pasin.
38Costado.
39Letra .Pastellana, Pl.
40Altura.
43Rece.
44Elogia.
45 Plantigrade.
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(por Corresponsal i. Inusita-
do inters han despertado en
el pblico de esta ciudad los
preparativos que adelantan los
Leones chorreranos para con-
memorar la novena conven-
cin iconstica que ha de efec-
tuarse durante lo. dias 15 y 16
del prximo mes de Abril, fe-
cha acordada por la Concen-
tracin de Leones celebrada
hace algunos meses en la ciu-
dad de Aguadulce.
Como recordarn nuestros
lectores, la octava Convencin
celebrada por loa Leones de !a
Repblica en la ciudad de Pe-
n orn, concedi por unani-
midad y aclamacin el alto
honor a La Chorrera de ser
sta la sede de la prxima
convencin que, como dejamos
dicho, ha de efectuarse a me-
diados, del entrante mes de
Abril, y en donde, aparte de
las ponencias que sern pre-
sentadas a la Convencin .en
desarrollo de los principios al-
truistas del leonlsmo, se esco-
ger tambin la reina de las
selvas panameas para el pr-
ximo periodo.
REINADO DE AZUERO
Animada recepcin ofrecieron
a estudiantes panameos en la
ciudad de Dallas, Texas E.U.
Bexie Rodrguez
Cbltr
Tal como habamos venido
informando el escrutinio veri-
ficado en Chltr ayer demos-
tr que eate certamen auspi-
ciado por las Fed. de Soc.
Santeas y Herreranas, ha
calado hondamente en esos
pueblos en virtud de los no-
bles propsitos que abriga. En
este escrutinio y como prue-
ba de lo que decimos, se ob-
tuvieron grandes sorpresas.
Chltr, con su digna repre-
sentante: Bexie Rodrguez
triunf holgadamente; Gra-
ciela Vargas de Las Minas,
Matilde Tello de Santa Maria,
Maria del C. Cedeo de Laja-
mina, en denodado esfuerzo y
amplio espritu cvico, compu-
taron cantidades que sobrepa-
san loa clculos. En fin, se ha
comprobado que el Reinado de
Azuero ser un completo xito,
no tan slo por sus efectos fi-
nancieros, sino por algo ms
valioso: que todos estos pue-
blos han alcanzado un grado
Veto a una Ley que trata
sobre Cdigo del Trabajo
Texto del veto a la Ley que
reglamenta unos hospitales
A continuacin publicamos
yeto del rgano Ejecutivo a
la Ley "por la cual se regla-
mentan los Hospitales Provin-
ciales y se toman medidas so-
bre los Hospitales Nacionales".
En vista de la Importancia
de los recientes vetos del r-
gano Ejecutivo a 15 Leyes, he-
mos decidido irlos publicando
en su totalidad, poco a poco,
a fin de que nuestros lectores
puedan enterarse del conteni-
do completo de los mismos.
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS
Os devuelvo sin sancionar la
ley por la cual se reforman
tan los Hospitales Provinciales
y se toman medidas sobre los
Hospitales Nacionales".
El Ministro de Trabajo, Pre-
visin Social y Salud Pbli-
ca presenta las siguientes ob-
jecclones a dicha Ley.
lo. No es posible que en las
actuales condiciones econmi-
cas del pas, las deudas con-
traidas anteriormente por los
Hospitales Provinciales pasen
de inmediato a ser deuda de
la Nacin y que su cancela-
cin corresponda al Tesoro
Nacional.
Estas deudas estn en la ac-
tualidad cancelndose por a-
bonos parciales por los mis-
mos hospitales provinciales.
2o. Al establecerse como di-
ce el artculo 8o. de la Ley
que habr una enfermera y
dos practicantes por cada diez
camas en los Hospitales Pro-
vinciales se hace -una discri-
minacin contra el Hospital
Santo Toms y Amador Gue-
rrero que especficamente se
excluyen de esta Ley. En la
organlzactn actual de stos
dos hospitales, el nmero de
pacientes atendidos por cada
enfermera y practicante es
mucho mayor que el que se
asigna a los hospitales pro-
vinciales.
3o. Se considera tambin
discriminatorio, que aprove-
chndose los mdicos rivalida-
dos de los servicios que pres-
tan los hospitales nacionales
estos no reciban beneficios al-
guno de los servicios presta-
dos por dichos facultativos.
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS.
(fdo. Arnulfo Arias).
El Ministro de Trabajo, Pre-
visin Social y Salud Pblica,
(fdo). Mara S. de Miranda.
Panam, 27 de Febrero de
1951.
La Escuela Rural y la Proteccin
Socio-Econmica de Ja Repblica
Por el Lie. Ricardo Jan Jr.
I III
' EL ESTUDIANTE RURAL:
l nio estudiante de las
*>nas cercanas a las carrete-
ras, o sea los dt las tierras
bajas, no se les ofrece muchos
Keligros en el trayecto de los
ogares a la escuela, o vice-
versa. La distancia que reco-
rren no es tan enorme. Las
lluvias son menos abundante?.
Para cruzar los ros aprove-
chan los puentes. En cambio,
en las tierras altas, las llu-
vias son constantes, los cami-
nos si pueden llamar as, a las
estrechas veredas que se in-
troducen en las selvas tupi-
das e inmensas, estn cubier-
tos de lodazales, poique dado
lo espeso del follaje, el Astro
Rey, no logra hacer penertrar
aus clidos rayos. En las pri-
meras horas del da. las n-
blinas abundan y todo es hu-
medad mortificante. Los ros,
la tarntula, el jaguar y la
vbora son peligros que dia-
riamente asechan al estudian-
te rural. Y as asisten a la
escuela, con mucha humedad
en las ropas y con poca ali-
mentacin en el cuerpo Mlna-
oa de parsitos, endeble y
con desalentadora quietud im-
propia en un infante El maes-
tro tiene por delante, a un
grupo de seres infantiles sin
infancia, sin actividad, con
poderosa pereza, enfermos...
Una cantidad de ojos tristes
que nada ven. Bostezos, cal-
ma profunda Igual a la del
bosque que los envuelve por
todas partes. Asi pasan cuatro
y cinco aos para poder lo-
grar su ercer grado y quedar
libres de esa institucin que
el nio rural odia y el padre
no comprende.
Luego dejan la escuela, sa-
biendo que los Reyes Catlicos
gobernaban a Espaa cuando
Colon vino a la Amrica, pe-
ro sin saber leer un peridi-
co. Algunos no vuelven a uti-
lizar ms la tinta y el papel
hasta cuando van a firmar m
cdula, o una adhesin polti-
ca obligada a suscribir por el
caciquillo de la aldea ms cer-
cana, y asi los advierten tem-
blorosos al hacer sus firmas,
rememorando con trabajo las
letras que forman sus .nom-
bres.
La misma alimentacin, los
mismos mtodos en el cutlivo
del suelo, las mismas costum-
bres y en suma, ningn cam-
bio que indique progreso y
bienestar para esos seres, que
han logrado ir u la escuela.
Y de all, la apata y la des-
confianza de algunos padres
Siguiendo nuestra norma de
publicar los recientes vetos del
rgano Ejecutivo a varias le-
yes, a continuacin publicamos
el veto a la Ley "por la cual
se modifican los artculos 362
y 365 del Cdigo del Traba-
jo y se dictan otras medidas".
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS:
Os devuelvo sin sancionar la
Ley "por la cual se modifi-
can los artculos 362 y 365 del
Cdigo de Trabajo y se dic-
tan otras medidas".
Los motivos que me asisten
para proceder asi son los si-
guientes:
El articulo 362 del Cdigo
de Trabajo desarrolla y es
consecuencia del Artculo 361
ibidem. Al modificar tan s-
lo el lo. de los citados, de-
jando en su forma original el
referido 361 se crea un pro-
blema de difcil, sino Imposi-
ble solucin. Aclarando: el ar-
ticulo 361 del Cdigo de Tra-
bajo establece la existencia de
cinco (5) Juzgados Secciona-
les de Trabajo, y seala las
porciones territoriales sobre las
cuales cada uno tiene juris-
diccin. El articulo siguiente
habla, conforme a la modifi-
cacin que se pretende Intro-
ducir con la nueva Ley, de
seis (6) Juzgados Seccionales
de Trabajo al adicionar el de
Puerto Armuelles, adems de
substituir la sede del de la
Quinta (5a.) Seccin, SEGN
PARECE, de Bocas del Toro a
Almirante. Los problemas que
surgen con la nutra Ley son:
a). Es correcta la presun-
cin de que la nueva Ley tan
slo substituye la sede del
Juzgado de la Quinta Seccin,
cuya jurisdiccin seguir com-
prendiendo la Provincia de Bo-
cas del Toro?
b). Sobr. qu porcin terri-
torial tendr jurisdiccin el
nuevo Juzgado de Trabajo con
asiento en Puerto Armuelles?
Ello, es decir, lo anterior,
for lo que hace al Articulo
o. de la Ley.
Por lo que respecta al ar-
ticulo 2o. de la misma, es la
opinin de este Despacho que
si bien debe permitirse que
personas con credenciales ex-
pedida por la Corte Suprema
de Justicia para el ejercicio
de la Abogaca en lo Adminis-
trativo y con no menos de dos
aos de experiencia en asun-
tos laborales, adquirida a tra-
vs del desempeo a satisfac-
cin del Tribunal Superior de
Trabajo del cargo de Inspec-
tor Provincial de Trabajo con
funciones jurisdiccionales, tal
amplitud tan slo cabe en los
Juzgados Seccionales de Tra-
bajo que no tienen el volu-
men de trabajo de los con se-
de en Panam y Coln, al
frente de los cuales deben
continuar personas que satis-
facen las exigencias que se-
ala el articulo 365 del Cdi-
go Laboral. En sntesis: El
Minutarlo de Trabajo, Previ-
sin Social y Salud Pblica
de lamilla en la institucin.
Al principio la solicitan, lue-
go, la aborrecen y por ltimo.
se aborrecen y por ltimo. ,e
tornan en sus peores enemi-
gos.
reconoce que de aplicarse el
articulo 365 del Cdigo de
Trabajo en su forma original
en toda la Repblica, har di-
ficultades en proveer a los
Juzgados Seccionales del Inte-
rior de Juez, en vista de que
en los lugares en que han de
funcionar son escasas, si las
hay, las personas con ttulo de
Abogado, sin embargo, en las
ciudades de Panam y Coln
de mayor categora e Impor-
tancia, no surgir esa dificul-
tad.
Para terminar, y en relacin
con el articulo 3o. de la Ley,
se observa que no seala las
funciones de los Oficiales de
Sanidad que debe destinar es-
te Ministerio para las pobla-
ciones de Puerto Armuelles y
Almirante, y que el Cdigo no
suple tal omisin.
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS.
(fdo.) Arnulfo Arias.
El Ministro de Trabajo, Pre-
visin Social y Salud Pblica,
(fdo.) Mara S. de Miranda
Panam, 27 de Febrero de
1951.
Es fiel copla de su original.
CORRESPONSALES
qakibn
LA PALMASounoo Ootlrrw L
EL BEALSrm ObrfulU Co.tr*ra
Cita Croswite
Los Santos
de cultura envidiable, y que
como hermanos se estn cohe-
sionando para mayores triun-
fos.
Resultado en Chltr
Bexie Rodrguez, Chltr,
28,671; Cita Croswite, Los San-
tos, 24,200: Matilde Tello. Sta.
Mara, 9,000: Maria del c Ce-
deo, LaJ amina, 4,667; Eida
Carrizo, Oc, 2,339; Marta El-
vira Admad, Parlta, 1,025;
Carmen Soils, Pocr, 500.
Oficiarn misa por
los desaparecidos
de la Josefina Mon
La Sociedad "ALIANZA GA-
RACHINENA", auspiciar una
misa en la Iglesia de Santa
Ana el domingo venidero 11
del presente mes a las 9 de
la maana; por el descanso
de los desaparecidos en el
naufragio de la lancha "Jose-
fina Mong".
Por este medio se invitan a
los jaqueceos residentes en
esta ciudad en especial, as
como tambin a todos los da-
rlenltas para que asistan a
este acto piadoso.
Eida Carrizo
Oc
Cuadro de posiciones
totales
Cita Croswite. Los Santos,
35,566; Bexie Rodriguez, Chl-
tr, 30,771; Eida Carrizo, Oc,
12,000; Mara del C. cedeo,
1.alamina. 10,490; Matilde Te-
llo, Sta. Maria, 10,353; Betty
Ortega, Macaracas, 8.766; Edtl-
ma Espino L., Las Tablas,
4.969; Elba Edith Vargas. Pe-
s, 4,301; Carmen Sols, Pocr,
3.073: Marta Elvira Admad,
Parlta, 1,025; Celmlra Trejos,
Los Pozos, 100.
NOTA: Se hace constar que
Graciela Vargas de Las Minas
y Cita Croswite de Los San-
tos, por retraso no pudieron
computar las cantidades de
4,000 y 200 voto respectiva-
mente. Se les acreditar en el
escrutinio que se celebrar el
18 de Marzo en la poblacin
de Pes.
\DoloresdAlmorrana
( Si ttane almorrana! qua causan
comezn, hemorragia, almorranas la-
tamas o externas, no sufra un da mas]
ain probar el Chinareid. En pocos minu-
tos el Chlnaroid principia a combatir
aus almorranas da tres manerai:
1. calma el dolor y la comezn, t. Ayu-
da a nooter loa tejidos adolorido!
Inflamados. S. Ayuda a clcatrlaar laa
?-,m*,,'.,,M Irritada*. BeUelta rf
Chlnartid a tu botica hoy misma.
Fina y apreciada demostra-
cin de bienvenida result el
acto preparado para festejar a
las estudiantes panameas,
maestras en el Irfterlor de la
Repblica y alumnas de la U-
niversidad de Panam, quienes
recientemente han llegado a
formar parte de la prestigio-
sa comunidad escolar mencio-
nada, por feliz gestin de los
profesores William O. Cam-
phell y Sra. Carolyn de Cam-
phell.
Esplndida noche, de luna y
estrellas adornada. Hospitala-
rio recinto, cuyos festones da-
ban el tono de amabilidad y
atencin exquisitas. Oferentes
del agasajo. Todo el personal
dirigente del Plantel y la co-
munidad estudiantil que cum-
plidamente sigue los propsitos
de un sistema todo responsa-
bilidad, organizacin y espri-
tu de acercamiento, compren-
sin y i cario.
Recibimos anticipadamente
la formal Invitacin que en
espaol nos hiciera la Orga-
nizacin Rusk, a la cual de
hecho pertenecemos, para a-
slstlr al mencionado acto.
Mas no fu la formalidad
del momento, ni las frases to-
das, cortesa y correccin, la
particularidad del gesto. Lo
fueron la sencillez que encan-
ta, la amabilidad que compla-
ce y hace sentir de veras esa
atraccin que mueve a cada
espritu hasta el goce de una
grata camaradera.
El distinguido Rector del co-
legio, Decanos y Decanas, Pro-
fesores, todos altamente dig-
nos y dignamente sencillos, al-
ternaron entre los integrantes i
del grupo. Un sin nmero de
colegiales alegres y simpticas
muchachas, mostrbanse viva-
mente complacidas. Sus ojos
expresivos de una alegra en-
cantadora, exteriorizaban el
deseo de conocer a las doce
panameas, quienes vida de
realidades prsperas y felices
arribaron al puerto, cual aves
peregrinas que en busca de la
estacin ms provechosa, ha-
llan en suelo fecundo saluda-
bles contribuciones en la lu-
cha por su existencia.
Nuestros muy estimados pro-
fesores Camphell, fueron lnvl-
tados de honor. Son ellos qule-
nes inspirados en sueos de!
I edificacin y progreso, culml-
naron la primera parte de su
admirable y valioso proyecto
de ofrecer a maestros de
! nuestra Patria, la magnfica y >
nica ocasin de lograr su de-
sen volvimiento educativo, pro-
fesional y cultural, en lo>
cesos *de la labor oficial fue j
les corresponde.
Individualmente fuimos pre-
sentadas. Mas, no fu el pro-
tocolo que en venias y sonri-
sas queda confundido, el me-
dio de llegar hasta nosotras
con la inquietud visible de una
simple curiosidad.
Una de las estudiantes se hi-
zo escuchar con el plano a un
lado de la sala. Pronto se ex-
tendi la meldica expresin
musical de una marimba y...
con ella, el fondo alegre y dis-
tinguido de tan simptico ac-
to.
Es la primera vez que un
grupo de estudiantes de un
pas es atendido en conjunto,
quiz en todos los Estado U-
nidos. No es de extraar que
se les ofreciera tantas amabi-
lidad en la acogida. La deli-
cadeza y el don de gentes ha-
yan sus expresiones entre
quienes la cultura ha llegado
a hacer ms demostrativa de
lo espiritual y de lo bello, qua
de lo sabio y an brillante.
Este es el por qu del sim-

Sta. Teresita Velsque
Simptica candidata al rei-
nado tpico Nacional, quien
cuenta con el apoyo de nu-
merosas personas en esta lo-
calidad.
El da 31 de lo corriente
se celebrar un festival bai-
lable a beneficio de la Sta.
Teresita Velasquez, en la Ave-
nida B. No. 48, altos de la
Nueva Campana, .i se espera
Que.dlOsJio baUe sea muy con-
currido. | ,
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SBADO, MARZO II, 1951
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPINDIBNTB
PAGINA CINCO
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Apartado 134
Recepcin
El Secretarlo Ejecutivo d la
Zona del Canal, seor Eugene
Lombard y seora ofrecieron
ayer una recepcin en su resi-
dencia en honor del vice-Presl-
dente de la Bond and Share Co.
seor J. H. Moseley y seora
quienes se encuentran pasando
varios das en Panam.
Compromiso de Matrimonio
Durante una reunin extricta-
mente familiar, contrajeron
anoche compromiso de matri-
monio la seorita Maria Teresa
Healy, hija del seor J. Edward
Healy Jr. y seora Berta Q. de
Healy, con 1 Lie. Roberto Ale-
mn, hijo del Dr. Julio Alemn
y seora Emella Z. de Alemn.
Felicitamos cordialmente a tan
dlstinulda pareja.
De Mxico
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a S.E. el Emba-
jador de Mxico Ing Eduardo
Morillo Safa quien regreso de
Mxico por la va area.
Para Sur Amrica
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada en la capital
regres ayer a Lima lo seorita
Judith Mir, Secretarla de la
Embajada de Panam en el Pe-
r. La despedimos cordialmente.
Para los Esctados Unidos
Despedimos a la seorita Ste-
phanie Hoye quien regres ayer
g Nueva York, despus de haber
pasado varias semanas en Pa-
nam, husped de la seora
Adela C de Sosa.
Para Cuba
Sigui hoy por la via area
para La Habana en viaje de ne-
gocios el seor Fernando Eleta.
Lo despedimos.
Advenimiento
Nuestrai congratulaciones pa-
ra el Dr. Manuel Jos Mndez
y seora Elvira L. de Mndez
por el advenimiento de su pri-
mognita ocurrido hoy en el
Hospital Santo Toms.
J%graaectm tent
>/ Seor yos Gain lllenaoza y Seora
agradece por este medio a los doctores Raymond,
Calero y Garca y al Cuerpo de Enfermeras del
Hospital Panam por sus excelentes servicios du-
rante su reciente enfermedad.
Sabe mejor!
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
Sl-
Restablecidos
Anotamos complacidos ia me-
jora de la seora Ana Luisa L.
de Ehrman quien durante varios
citas guard cama en su residen-
cia.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
8eora Victoria V. de Chappie
Seora Colombia O. de Real
Seora Angela O. de Oalindo
Seorita Ins Zarak de la
Guardia.
Dr. Octavio Fbrega
Seor Jos Antonio Linares
Nia Yolanda Isabel Laverg-
nc Fonseca.
Nia Ella Rhode Zetek
Nia Raquel Alemn Arlas
Nia Vllma Anals Nicholson
uno de los puentes bombar-
deados, y los tripulantes infor-
maron que estos depsitos vo-
laron en pedazos Junto con car-
gamentos de abastos que es-
peraban su envi al Sur.
Estn Imponiedo
sabe o se indica que se han
cometido abusos en esta com-
pra, los investigadores se han
entrevistado personalmente con
)os interesados, y en aquellos
casos en que dichas personas
no han podido ofrecer expli-
caciones satisfactorias, quedan
estos violadoras del reglamen-
to sujetos a las disposiciones
administrativas de rigor.
La dureza con que son apli-
cados loe castigos por abuso del
privilegio de la compra de ga-
solina depende en las circuns-
tancias. En el caso de recientes
infracciones fue retirada del
empleado la prerrogativa de po-
der efectuar compras de gaso-
lina.
Sopas
todas deliciosas!
Una manera fcil de dar varie-
dad a las comidas es empezar con
una de las 21 clases de las ricas
y nutritivas Sopas Campbell's.
Hay sopas de todas clases, desde
la sopa fina para comidas de gran
tono hasta la sopa que es "casi.una
comida completa." Pruebe hoy
una sopa nueva, distinta, une da
las 21 clases de Sopas Campbell's.
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Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Ramona A. de Navarro
Seor Camilo Quelquejeu
Seor Ramiro 3osa
iSla Yolanda Navarro Chiarl
Nina Marlbel Mndez Polanco
Nia Irene Novey de la Guar-
dia.
Doa Eulogia R. de Arlas
RELIGIOSAS-
La Solemne Novena del Glorioso
Patriarca San Jos en
su Santo Templo.
Desde hoy, da 10, se dar co-
mienzo con la mayor solemni-
dad, en la Iglesia de San Jos
a la LNovena del Glorioso Pa-
triarca. A las 8.30 a.m. se can-
tar todos los das la Misa en
su altar, y a las 7.30 p.m. se
tendr el Santo Rosarlo, Ejer-
cicio propio de la Novena, ser-
mn y bendicin.
Los PP. Agustinos se compla-
cen en Invitar a todos los ca-
tlicos de Panam a tan solem-
nes cultos.
Para el Interior
Siguieron para el interior a
pasar el fin de semana, nues-
tra compaera'de labores Srta.
8ilvla Rosa Florez, acompaa-
da de las Srtas. Deya Herrera,
Clga Crltch y los Sres Luis O.
Florez y Julio C. Ruiz. Feliz
viaje le deseamos.
Una Sangrienta
zas terrestres y otras 230 por
las fuerzas areas. Estas bajas
han subido el total de bajas
rojas en tres das de ofensiva
aliada a 26,759.
Un portavoz del 10o. Cuerpo
dijo que los norcoreanos en
el sector Este del frente no
muestran intenciones de reti-
rarse de sus defensas, a -pesar
de lav furia del asalto aliado.
El portavoz dijo: "Por prime-
ra vez el enemigo ha continua-
do disparando sus armas auto-
mticas desde sus posiciones ba-
jo un fuerte bombardeo de ar-
tillera".
Los comunistas estn tratan-
do de cortar la vital carrete-
ra de Amldong-Pangnlm pero
fueron detenidos por un pul-
verizador ataque de artillera
de la 7a. Divisin.
Los ataques persistentes de los
norcoreanos durante los lti-
mos dos das han empujado a
los surcoreanos hacia atrs
hasta ocho millas al sur-este
y Sur de la bifurcacin de ca-
minos de Soksa y Hajlnbu.
La 24a. Divisin Norteameri-
cana repell los contraataques
enemigos de cinco das con fue-
go de artillera y sigui su a-
vance hacia el Norte con asal-
tos de infantera. La la. Divi-
sin de Caballera norteameri-
cana persigui a los chinos e>
retirada a lo largo de la ca-
rretera desde Yongdu hasta 8
millas al sureste de la base de
Hongchon. Las fuerzas combi-
nadas canadienses y australia-
nas al Este de Yongdu avanza-
ron dos millas al Norte de la
carretera. La 6a. Divisin sur-
coreana avanz hasta nueve
millas al Sur de Hongchon, en-
contrando muy poca resisten-
cia comunista. La Primera Di-
visin de Marinos norteameri-
cana atac contra una divisin
n o r c o reana atrincherada, la
cual detuvo el avance ayer de
seis a siete millas al noreste
de Hoengsong.
La Quinta Divisin surcorea-
na avanz hacia el Norte des-
pus .de repeler por lo menos
dos contraataques comunistas
durante la noche.
El General MacArthur Infor-
m en un comunicado que las
guerrillas surcoreanas y "sim-
patizadores" de las Naciones
Unidas estaban desarrollando
actividades de sabotaje en las
retaguardias comunistas, impi-
diendo los esfuerzos rojos de
enviar abastecimientos y re-
fuerzos al Sur.
La Fuerza Area del Lejano
Oriente, en un ataque de vein-
te superfortaleaas arroj ms
de 150 toneladas de bombas en
centros vitales en el noreste de
Corea hoy, incluyendo 2 puen-
tes ferroviarios que eran usa-
dos por las comunistas para
enviar abastecimientos al fren-
te. Otras doce superfortalezas
atacaron los depsitos de abas-
tecimientos en Kowon cerca de
Yugoeslavia
morteros y ametralladoras.
1 Libro contina diciendo
que se construyen, tambin,
nuevas carreteras y aerdro-
mos y se llevan ms y ms
tropas a la zona fronteriza
para someterla t. intensa ins-
truccin militar. Aade que
"se efectan maniobras mili-
tares en gran escala, teniendo
todas ellas los mismos prop-
sitos fundamentales: Operacio-
nes de ataque en direccin a
Yugoeslavia." "Todo .eso
prosigue el Libro Blanco-
acompaado de una Intensa
Eropaganda antiyugoeslava en
s ejrcitos de esos estados."
Ms adelante afirma que
Rumania, Bulgaria y Hungra
estn llamando bajo banderas
a las nuevas reservas para los
ejrcitos, cuyos efectivos supe-
ran ya en mucho las limita-
ciones estipuladas en tratados
de paz. Tambin se hacen pre-
parativos con fines de movili-
zacin, mediante un censo de
las reservas, de los medloa de
transporte y del ganado en
pie.
El Libro Blanco asegura que
"los preparativos de moviliza-
cin son ultimados con prop-
sitos de abreviar en lo posible
el tiempo que se tarda en mo-
vilizar."
Francia desarrolla sus
"autmatas ferroviarios"
Articulo Indito de
Pierre DEVAUX

Acaba de producirse en
Francia un acontecimiento fe-
rroviario la linea Pars-Mar-
sella, que es probablemente la
artera ms cargada de Euro-
pa, fu electrificada hasta Di-
jon. Cando la electrificacin
sea completa, el recorrido de
Paris a Mentn o aea 1.111 ki-
lmetros, podra efectuarse en
menos de 9 horas y con una
sola locomotora elctrica, en
lugar de 7 locomotoras a va-
por que se emplean actual-
mente.
6
Entre Blaisy y Dijon, donde
la va es triple, utilizndose
CUMPLEAOS
Srta. Lily Gorriebtegui.
Hasta el Brasil en donde ac-
tualmente cursa estudios de me-
dicina en la famosa universidad
nacional d Sao Pablo, haeemos
llegar nuestras felicltacienes a
la espiritual y culta seorita
Lily Gorriebtegui, quien en el
da de maane ajusta un ao
ms de vida. La seorita Gorri-
ebtegui es hija del arquitecto
Georglno Gerirchtegui y de su
distinguida esposa doa Lili
Tack de Gorrichtegui.
Modess
Porque m la mat segura, miitc y
crpods de lai toallas sanitarias.
No hay nada como Modes*.
Prodwctede jjfatOH FALTAN SOLAMENTE 8 DAS
PARA QUE JUEGUE LA GRANDIOSA
RIEA DE LOS LEONES
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y no debe I el. perder la menor oportunidad
de adquirir bu boleto.
Estos boletos son los'ltimos que han sido
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la va central, segn las ne-
cesidades del trfico, en un
sentido o en otro, se ha inau-
gurado un sistema muy au-
daz: los cambios y senates, rn
un recorrido de 140 kilme-
tros, son manejados a distan-
cia, mediante transmisiones
elctricas, por un DISPAT-
CHER situado en la estacin
de Dijon. Este sistema ofrece
una seguridad absoluta gracias
al automatismo de los apara-
tos, que imposibilita toda fal-
sa maniobra. Asi se desarro-
lla el principio del "Riel au-
tmata', que es una de las
grandes conquistas tcnicas
ir anees as.
En todaa las vas, la segu-
ridad est garantizada por el
BLOCK SYSTEM. La va est
dividida en "cantones" y las
seales funcionan automtica-
mente de suerte que siempre
hay por lo menos un camn
vaco entre dos tres que se
siguen. El funcionamiento de
las seales es generalmente
producido por lo mismos rieles,
que se ponen en corto circui-
to al paso de las ruedas del
tren. En las cercanas de los
cambio* o de las entradas a
estaciones, estos "circuitos de
rieles" de empean un papel
muy Importante para la vida
de los viajeros, impidiendo ab-
solutamente, gracias a unos
cierres elctricos, que el guar-
da vias maniobre el cambio
mientras el tren se halla a
proximidad.
Ms extensa an es la au-
tomatizacin que hace de una
estacin entera, con sus ml-
tiples cambios, seales, vias de
circulacin y de estaciona-
miento, un verdadero ser vi-
viente dotado .de "reflejos".
Supongamos que un tren se
' dispone a efectuar un recorri-
I do peligroso "al sesgo" a tra-
vs de las vias de una gran
estacin. En ese momento, to-
dos los cambios por los que
debe pasar y todas las sea-
1 les que deben protegerlo a de-
recha e izquierda se cierran
automticamente. Asi, el guar-
da vias se libra del problema
que supera las capacidades hu-
manas, y en el que cualquier
olvido sera mortal: el riel au-
tmata se encarga de todo.
Naturalmente, no es la po-
sicin de las palancas de cam-
bios la que importa, sino el
funcionamiento real del cam-
bio o de la seal "sobre el
terreno". Es preciso evitar, en
particular, que un cambio que-
de "entreabierto, ya sea por
un defecto mecnico, ya por
un saboteo criminal que cau-
sara Inevitablemente una ca-
tstrofe. Con tal fin, el cam-
bio, o la seal, al moverse,
aprietan un contacto elctrico
que enciende una lmpara tes-
tigo, certificando tfsi que es-
tn en buena posicin.
Una innovacin reciente es
el "control automtico perma-
nente" de los cambios. Si el
cambio, despus de obedecer
correctamente, se entreabre
por una causa cualquiera, las
seales se cierran inmediata-
mente, Impidiendo el paso de
los trenes. Asi, la seguridad es
tu.ai. En una central moder-
na de guarda-vas, un nio o
un ciego podran maniobrar al
azar los botones y palancas
sin ningn riesgo: los tres se
pararan, pero el riel autma-
ta evitarla toda catstrofe.
Una creacin esencialmente
francesa son las "palancas de
itinerario". Basta al guarda-
vas maniobrar UNA SOLA
PALANCA, correspondiente al
itinerario deseado, para que
todos los cambios y seales
se pongan en la posicin de-
seada.
La ultima palacra de la tc-
nica son las guarda vias con
"palancas libres" do tadas del
mximo de iniciativa autom-
tica. Son verdaderas centrales
con memoria. Aqui, nada im-
pide que el guarda maniobre
una palanca de itinerario No.
2 antes de que ei tren pre-
cedente haya acabado de pa-
sar por el Itinerario No. 1.
I.os cambios y seales no obe-
decern al momento, pero fun-
cionarn uno tras otro a me-
dida que el tren No. 1 loa
deje libres y que ya no hay
peligro. De suerte que el guar-
da vas podr ocuparse de O-
trs cosas despus de haber
"dado sus rdenes por adelan-
tado".
Los apartaderos donde ss
efecta el desenganche y re-
enganche de los tres de carga
fueron casi enteramente des-
truidos por los bombardeos. Lay
Sociedad Nacional de Ferroca-
rriles Franceses aprovech de
esta circunstancia para rei
construirlos en una forma mo-
dernizada, en la que el mane
jo de los cmablos est a car-
So de un Cerebro de boll*
as", infalibles e infatigable.
En Trappes, Le Mans. Sotte
ville. se llega a "apartar" asi
un vagn cada seis segundos;
el vagn en libertad rueda
luego por una va pendiente
para ir a engancharse a loa
trenes en formacin. Se cal-
cula que esto* dispositivos au-
tomticos sern suficientes por
lo menos durante treinta anos*
de suerte que los Ferrocarriles
Franceses tienen un adelanto)
de una generacin.
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Crema
Trigo
Haga usted lo que hacen diariamente
millonee de madrea. Use este cereal
favorito dselo al bebe a lot nines
que creceny tmelo usted. La Crema'
de Trigo es deliciosamente nutr-'
ti va, y de fcil digestin.
fe M. lili D.l F. rn. Na. M
Prejpare en unoi insUn.es una salsa de ?omare'prfede
Con la Pasta" de Tomate Maggi pueda Ud. preparar */
n unos instantes una salsa de tomata perfectamente- f
concentrada y sabrosa. La Pasta de Tomate Maggi no
tiene condimentos y ofrece a la ms exigente duea da
casa la posibilidad de sazonar sus platos a su gusto.j^
iVU c.m.r ble- e~l " U Paste J. T.^ Mat*
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ABADO, MARZO II, 1951
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que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Avt. Tnoli No. 4
Til. I-22S1
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
r.ruf e L*uep*
NOVEDADES MORRISON
iv>. 4 4 Juli.
Ttl. 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
lm MalnSai 11,131
Tl. SSOir.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
oiic i2 awt m. u
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Ol* "H" n*. i: runa
Avt. Cmlrtl 12-171 Ctlr
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas y m*lt*
Mtri brillantti rula da moha.
1.3.25 faln. Almtctn.i Trtpidu-
SI VfNDtN:Clavet. lutna nafra,
cara acanala*!*, Fir-Taa (carian
ulodtr aajro ci*loi ratal) maala-
t.i. lavamanos, txcuitdoi. ale.
laa precian mil bojoi an alasa.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via !*-
i. Iltaond* a Juan Franca. Tal.
1-150*._________________________
SE VENDE: Incubadora elctrica.
Ttl. 3-0255.____________________
SE VENDE:Por viaje, 200 gallinas
ponedoras. 135 huevos por dio, a
B.3.50 codo una. Carretero Villa-
lobo, coso 7, Pedregal.
SE VENDE;Vidrien mostrador. Far-
mocio Internacional, 12 Oeste No.
57. Tel. 2-2899._______________
SE VENDE: ~4580; 4581; 4582;
4583; 4584; 4585; 4586; 4587;
4588; 4589; 6990; 6991; 6992;
6993; 6994; 6995; 6996; 6997;
6998; 6999; 0650; 0651; 0652;
0653; 0654; 0655; 0656; 0657;
0658; 0659. Servicio a domicilio,
estos ltimos boletos de Los Leo-
nes. Tel. 2-2454 y 3-3016.
SE VENDE:Bicicleta de mujer casi
nuevo por B 35.00, por tener dos
bicicletas. Dirijas* a Calle Prime-
ra San Francisco No. 35. fomilio
Ayola. ^^______^__
$E VENDE:Sumadora, mquina de
escribir, regiltrodora. cajo fuerte,
grande, escritorio ocero, silla de
oficina, vidrieras, archivo, mesa
cuadrada 54", refrigeradora gas
pequea, maquino de coser indus-
triol. motor 25 ciclos 1-8 o 3 3-4
t H. P., todo precio excepcional.
Sector Recreational Service, Coro-
zal. Tel. 2220. .
SE COMPRA
COMPRO nuevo o usodo. pero en
buenos condiciones, zinc, mosoi-
' eos, celotex. rollo alambra de mos-
quito, servicios. lavamanos, fre-
gador, plomerio negro, ofrezca ol
oporteo 1045 o ol Tel. 3-04.11.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Cow de
compo en Chorrero (El Coco) Tal.
3-0255._________________________
En Campo Alegre, centro de la ciu-
dad, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frente da 20 mts. hacia al
norte. Precio: B.8.50 m2. Wolff
y Ca. Ltda.. Calla 5a. No. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
En los Altos del Golf, ofrecemos lo-
tes con panorama de la baha y las
ruinas de Panam la Vieja, en t-
manos desde 2,000 M2 y a precios
desde B.3.75 M2. Wolff y Cia.
Ltda., Calle 5a. No. 22, Tel. 2-
2388. _______________________
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno de 10
hectreas, en carretera transistmica.
Dirjase Calle Higinio Duran, cosa
10, cuarto 13 altos.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SI NICISITAiCecinara camaaean-
I*. Titna ajua dormir an al amalee.
Si na liana referencia*, na llama.
Bum suelde. Tal. 3-0255. Calla
9a. Na. 21. San Freneiice.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con refe-
rencias. Calle 38 No. 35.
SE NECEGITAEmpleada que sepa
cocinar, casa "Carmel" No. 6. ca-
lle 41 Este.
SE VENDE: Precio de verdadera
ganga "Restaurante Tropical"
Ave. "B" 78. por motivo de viaje.
Clientela buena y permanente. Lo-
comocin muy comercial. Ver a
Emilio Rodriguez en el mismo si-
tio.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero, la-
vado a mquina. Con referencias.
Familia Arosemena, cerca estatua
Morelos, carretera Panam Viejo.
Telfono. 3-0717.
SE NECESITA: Buena empleada,
joven, lavar, planchar, dos dias
semanales solamente. Se requiere
referencias. Colle 46 Este No. 8,
apartamento No. I.
SE NECESITA: Empleado compe-
tente pora cuidar dos nios y tra-
bajo general, tiene que dormir en
casa necesita referencias, buen
pago. 1455-B, Calle Las Cruces,
Balboa.
SE VENDE:Coso dj modero con
instalacin elctrica, en Chorrera.
B.500.00. Dirijas* calle "1" No.
16. Cuarto I 1, Panam.
SE VENDE:Negocio productivo en
lugar cntrico y comercial por no
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisarioto Pono-
mi. Calle 21 de Enero No. 6.
SE VENDE:4 1-2 hectreas terre-
no. 1-2 milla al este de Casino
Sonto Claro en carretero nacional.
2 dtiicios pequeos y tonqu* de
agua, 900 galones. Sacrificar.
Tel. 3-2573, Apdo. 2354, Crist-
bal. ______________
SE VENDE: Los tres nicos lotes
chicos que quedan en "El Cangre-
jo" cerca del Colegio La Salle, y
otro cerquita de Via Espoa. $5,-
300.00. Telfono 3-2407.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
Cuartos amoblados poro hombres so-
los. En lugor fresco y tranquilo.
Colle Manono Arosemena No. 74.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
entrada independiente, B.6.00 se-
manoles. Ave Ernesto Lefevre.
Parque Lefevre. No. 32._________
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con entrado
y servicio independiente, omoblo-
do o sm omoblor. En Ave. Per
No. 24. baios. ^_______
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente.
Ocurro a calle la. Perejil No. II,
Apto. P.
SE ALQUILAN Cuortos con o sin
muebles, locol ideal No. 45. 4 de
Julio ,oltos, tombin muebles de
todo close.
Grecia pelear
liticamente, somos una demo-
cracia. Yugoeslavia tiene un r-
gimen nacional comunista. Pe-
ro no cabe duda de que. a pe-
sar de las diferencias de ideo-
loga, los intereses del mariscal
Tito y los nuestros son los mis-
mos en un respecto: ambos
queremos defender nue s t r o s
pases frente a la agresin."
SE ALQUILA
Local situado en la esquina
de Avenida B y Calle 14 Este,
ol centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-3436 Calle 16 Este -4
REMOVEDOR DI PINTURA Y
BARNIZ TAXITf
de SHIKWm- WIWAMM
SE VENDE:Aborroteria. Comiceria
y Refresquera.. bien situado, bien
barata al primer comprador. 20
Ecte 3. Tel. 2-2845.
SE VENDE:Lote de 10 hectreas
en la Transistmica circa Fbrica
C*m*nto, a 4 centavos metro, con
derecho a odquinr tierras baldos
atrs. Mitad al contado y resto *n
cinco aos. Telfono 3-2407.
SE NECESITA:Empleado poro ofi-
cios domsticos, no tiene que dor-
mir en el empleo. Floristera San-
to F. Avenida 4 de Julio No. 61.
SE NECESITA :-rEmpleado con ex-
periencia, para la casa. Colle 48
. Este No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Tocinera y emplea-
os' para servic.j de adentro, que
duerman en caso. Avenida Primera
d lo Carrasquilla, No. 55 (Villa
Scfio). Entrando por el Teotro
Edn en la Va Belisario Porras.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento *n
Avenido Mxico final y cctll* 43
Este, Mam* 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiante. No. 4, call* la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMIRA SE
ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos. Comuniqese con oficina di-
firi Alhambra, calle 10, No. 8061
Coln. Telfono 1386. -
SE ALQUILAN:Cos opartamentos,
uno, dos recmaras, sala comedor,
paro estrenarlo Ud., otro ms pe-
queo, con o sin muebles, estufo
elct/ica. Telfono 3-1132.
SE ALQUILA:En difiri moderno
recien construido, aportamento de
2 recmaros, sala-comedor, 3 clo-
sets, cocino omplia, balcn inde-
pendiente, o' precios mdicos, en
Colle 25 Este No. 7. Ocurro C.
Daz. Caite 25 Este y Ave. Cubo
No. 15. Apto. 13.
ALQUILAMOS^Deportamento Inde-
pendiente en los altos de casa 2220
Rio Abajo (Lo Quintana I B.35. 2
cuartos, golero grande y servicios,
ocudir a Via Espoa 36 aparta-
mento A. Mariano Ortega.
ALQUILAMOS^ Soberbio oporto-
mento de tres recmaras, dos ser-
vicios y garage en Via Espaa 36.
B 75 00, acudir a apartamento A
de la misma. Mariano Ortega.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para todo
trabajo, $35 mensuales. Telfono
3-0387,
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Colle 52
Este No. 10, opartamento 6. Bello
Vista.
SE NECESITA: Una cocinero, no
tiene que dormir en el trabajo, y
una sirvienta pora servicio generol
de lo cosa, tiene que dormir en
I empleo. Ave. Manuel Mara de
Icazo No. 26. Campo Alegre.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuatro
cuortos, bono y cocina, B.40.00.
Amueblados, B.60.00. Belisario
Porros No. 4, medio cuadro ploya.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726 y
2-1728.
NO GUARDE SU DINERO EN EL
BANCO.
INVIRTALO EN COMPRAS
SOLIDAS
Lotes en la Urbanizacin "El Cangre-
jo". Cholet de 2 a 4 recmaras
en los distintos sectores de lo ciu-
dod y sus afueras. Lotes de exce-
lente ubicacin en la Urbanizacin
"Las Cumbres". Lotes por hect
reos en lo Carretera Transistmica.
Para informacin completa
ROBERTO MIRO. TELEFONO 2-1215
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno de 15.
425 Mts. Caretera Transstmieo.
15 millos de lo capital, ontes del
puente de Rio de Chilibre, ro ol
lado y atrs, rboles frutles. 15
Cts. el metro. Informes Sitio Chili-
bre, Lloyo Snchez.
SE NECESITA:Empleado honrada y
responsable para dormir en -casa.
Averigua en la sastrera America-
na, Avenida Central No. 118 de
7 9 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Empledo poro lavar,
planchor y corinor. Dormir en el
empleo. Via Espaa 2022.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. En la ca-
lle 3o. No. 13, San Francisco, al-
tos.
LECCIONES
PIANISTAS clsicos, aprendon a to-
cor estilo swing popular rpido-
mente. Novatos tambin acepta-
dos. Estudio Piano Bennett, Juan
B. Soso No. 9, 2-1282.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en calle
l No. 2, vio Belisario Porros. Tel.
2-3151.
SE ALQUILA:Pequeo oportomen-
to amoblado, recmara, comedor y
cocino, o matrimonio sin nios.
Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, dos recmaras,
dos servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. telfono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara en colle 52 No. 18. In-
formes Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento amo-
blado, primer piso, entrada inde-
pendiente, refrigerodoro. 4 de Ju-
lio No. 5. Tel. 2-4448.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento dos re-
cmaras, salo-comedor, porch, ga-
rage, caso completamente nuevo,
calle 7o. No. 64, altos del Golf.
Poro informes Tel. 2-2407 de 12 I
a 1.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE COMPRA:Un camin G.M.C.
de diez ruedas. Preferible con
guinche. Dirjase Tel. 3-1593. De
8 a. m. a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:Jeep, excelentes condi-
ciones. 8 llantas buenas, B.550.00.
Coso 721-A, Cocol Zona del Ca-
nol. 2-1024.
SE VENDE: Chtvrolet Sedan 41.
Placas por todo el oo. Dodge 41,
Sedan, buenos condiciones. Esta-
cin Son Froncisco, Va Porros
220.
SE VENDE:Carro Plymouth Sdon
4 puertas, modelo 42, buenas con-
diciones. Precio $325 00. Ocurro
Ave. Manuel Mario Icoza No. 7,
Tel. 3-2594.
Clases de lectura de planos y presu-
puestos. Especialmente para capa-
taces, carpinteros,, olfcoiles y es-
tudiantes. Se dictorn. por la no-
che. Infrmase calle 16 Este No.
2, Apto. 14. sr. Jimnez.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
MISCELNEA
1. BR0UWERPintor de casas, con-
tratista, consejos tcnicos, garan-
ti por jn ao. oresupuestot gratis.
T*l. 2-1276
SE ALQUILA:Chalet omoblodo con
todos los comodidades de (a ciu-
dad, en Nuevo Arraijn. Para in-
formes llame Curund 5249, des-
pus de las 4 p. m.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDEN:Dos juegos recmara,
1 sala, I comedor. Avenida Cuba
15, Apto. 4 3 o '6 p. M.
SE VENDE:Carro Pontioc de lujo.
1950, corrido solamente 10.000
millos, excelenteisimas condicio-
nes. Gongo, valo: SAS, Avenida
Belisario Porras.
SE VENDE:Por motivo vioje, carro
Lincoln, 1946. en perfectas con-
diciones, preoo quemo. Farmacia
Ruiz, Panam.
A p] mu. lo 7 apere uno
ajaiaamn para que la pintura irj
Mande, eatooca* r*pel*.. I Rpido
7 eficaz!
Art. Norte #83 Tel. 2-HU
Calle Martin Seca S Tel. 3-1424
.. .'Mi ,!
SE VENDE:Urgentemente, borato,
bonito Buick convertible 1941. co-
lor gns, llantas nuevos, blancos,
tapizado nylon. Avenida Ernesto
Lefevre 40. Parque Lefevre.
Animada recepcin
ptico ofrecimiento hecho por
la Decana del Colegio al en-
viarnos preciosos claveles que
cada una de las panameas
llevara en el pecho como un
girn de su cario y de su
muy exquisita personalidad.
Y para hacer ms obsequio-
sa la atencin, un nuevo de-
talle de positive, delicadeza:
las servilletas destinadas al
efecto, fueron ofrecidas a los
concurrentes con la siguientes
palabras Impresas en espaol:
"lista casa es su casa".
Evida Quirs G.,
Profesora del Primer Ciclo
Secundario de Penonom
T. S. C. W. College, Dentn
Texas.
VENDO:Todos los muebles, m-
quina de escribir, mquina de co-
ser, refrigeradora y cocina gas, etc.
2*. Prryhill No. 15, Edificio Ruiz,
Apto. 6.
SE VENDE:Motivo d* viaje, come-
dor, dos recmaras, mquina Sin-
ger, motor, refrigeradora, estufo,
etc. Telfono 3-2749.
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora S*rvl de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nueva. Todava est
en su cojo. Farmacia Lo Espern-
za Av*nido A No. 85 Tal-
fono 2-2664.
"Te necesita
General
SE DESEA:Alquilar apartamento o
cholel amoblado. Llame al telfo-
no 3-0255. Panam.
SE NECESITA:Excelente oportuni-
dad, vendedor, ntr* 21 y 30
aos de edad, que hable ingls y
espaol, con duracin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin. B.150 men-
suol girontizodo. Exipmos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25.
Trigame su Toni, le hago su perma-
nente. Traboio garantizado. Tel-
fono 3-4038. -
Miguel Valencia Arriazo fotgrafo,
ofrece sus servicios a domicilio,
matrimonios, cumpleaos banque-
tes. Llame al telfono 2-3962.
Ponom
Si Ud. c*su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, prqtjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de aguacate De venta
en los farmocios y en los buenos
almacenes.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:"Cocker Spaniel" choco-
late oscuro, gratificacin, llamar 3
1365. Caso 8177-B, Morganta.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local paro oficin*.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILAN;-Exclusivamente po-
ra oficina* locales cntricos en los
Itos de Avenido Central 44 o
precio* mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
maron n Almacenes 5 y 10 can-
lovos.
ALQUILO:El ms famoso y omplio
locol de la Ave. Centrol donde
oper y adquiri foma NOVEDA-
DES ANTONIO. Doy gorontio y fa-
cilidades al interesado. Consulte a
MARTINEZ en Via Porros No. 58,
frente al teatro Edn.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio local ventila-
do para cualquier uso de oficina o
escuela privada. Lugar cntrico.
Llame 2-2443.
SE NECESITA:Seor om*ricono de
mediana dod desea clases de bai-
le. (Privodol. Escribir C. C. V.
Apdo. .93. Colon._________________
SE NECESITAN:2 cajeros, que le-
pan hablar ingls en el "Louisia-
no". Centrol Lounge Ave. Cen-
dal No. 177.
SE ALQUILAN:Local comercial con
servicio pnvodo. 175 M2. en calle
25 Este No. 7. Ocurra C. Dioz. Ca-
lle 25 Est y Av. Cubo No. 15.
Apto. 13. .
SE ALQUILA:Un locol muy amplio
de 400 .metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
ALQUILA:Loccl comercial. edi-
ficio nuevo, esquino Ave. Cuba,
calle 15 ele Febrero. Industrias
Panamericanas. Tel. 3-1713.
CUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
TODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores, Tablillas para tazas
y Oanchos para ollas.
Geo. F, Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Te. 3-0140
TACHUELAS de adorno
para tapicera, a precios
reducidos.
CINCHAS DE YUTE para
tapicera, de 72 yds. de
largo.
RIBETES para tapicera.
Ricardo A. Mir,
5. A.
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
Panam
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Manila
en todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Cafres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
MOTORES BELGAS
A.C.E.C.
desde 1/0 H.P. hasta 40 H.P.
PRECIOS INCREBLES.
Consulte: Tel. 2-2847
Coron felizmente' sus estu-
dios el Joven Gerardo Echeve-
rra Jr. al recibir en el Audi-
torio de la Universidad de Pa-
nam, los ttulos de Profesor
de Segunda Enseanza con es-
pecializacin en Biologa y Qu-
mica; Licenciado en Biologa y
Qumica y Bachiller en Pre
Medicina.
Al congratularlo de la ma-
lera ms deferente, la hace-
mos extensiva a sus padres, el
seor Gerardo tcheverria M.
y seora Cleo VlUanueva de
Echeverra, quienes en esta
orma ven compensados sus sa-
crificios y desvelos.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
VA auarrlto. Secretario del Juagado
A guar I Ejecutor, al pblico;
HACE SAUKH:
Que ae ha aaalado la* hora* hbiles
del da svcintlacia del preaenta mta an la
ejecucin presentada por ti Licenciado
VLarretinn Jan como apoderado dt Aqui-
lino Tejen a P., centra la sueca Ion de Fe-
licia Vega vda d Surca, para que ten-
i Ka lugar el remate de la finca nmero
l.*61 inacrita en el Registro Pblico I
Folio 272. Tomo 15 Seccin da Panam
I de propiedad de Felicia Vaga vda. de
Surez que conaiate en una casa de ma-
iirial de tres pisos ubicada en la Ave-
[ nida li' nmero 12 da la ciudad d#
Panam.
Kala finca-lien* ua valor cataatral de
jH.16.0UU 00. Ser poatura admisible la
I que cubra las dos terceras partea de
este valor. Para aer postor ea necesario
depositar en la Secretaria el einco por
i liento del valor de dicha finca. Hasta
!'as cuatro de la tarde da dicho da se
.admitirn propuestas y de eaa hora haa-
ta las cinco de la tarde laa pujas y re-
pujas.
Por tanto se fija el presente aviso en
'lugar publico de ei-ta Seerelarla, hoy 2
| de Marso de mil novecientos cincuenta
y unu y copia del mismo r pone a dis-
posicin de la parte interesada para au
'Publicacin por trea vecea consecutivas
'en un diario de la ciudad de Panam y
luna vea por lo menos en la Gaceta Ofi-
cial.
Vctor R Guardia.
Secretario
Rebatidos en Asia intentos de
Rusia contra ayuda de los E.U.
LAHONE. Pakistn. Marzo 10
(USIS) Los intentos so vi'ti-
cos por desacreditar la ayuda
tcnica de los Estados Unidos
en Asia son rebatidos fuert-
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
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Tel. 2-1752
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tivo de todas las naciones, tan-
to las que estn1 representa-
das en las Naciones Unidas co-
mo las que no lo estn.
"Los pueblos del mundo con-
sideran al Consejo Mundial de
Paz como un cuartel de batalla
en la lucha por la Paz contra
los traficantes de guerra Im-
perialistas. Las demandas del
Consejo Mundial de Paz repre-
sentan las demandas de cientos
de millones de gentes y la bue-
na fe del mundo entero".
Los expertos en asuntos ru-
sos en Oran Bretaa creen que
este pasaje indique que los ru-
sos estn intentando hacer del
Consejo Mundial de Paz una
cosa tan grande, que pueda ser
ereglda en competencia con las
propias Naciones Unidas.
Se ndica que esa campaa
de propaganda de "paz" de-
manda la prohibicin de la
bomba atmica, la supresin de
armamentos y est destinada
a descorazonar el alistamiento
e nas fuerzas armadas del
occidente.
El 22 de febrero un observa-
dor sovitico deline dos nue-
vos fines del Consejo de Pa/:
1) Exponer ante la opinin
pblica del mundo la desinte-
gracin y bancarrota de las
Naciones Unidas, las que no
han sido otra cosa que un
simple instrumento de los Es-
tados Unidos para su poltica
de fuerza, provocaciones y a-
ereslones. y volverlas a su tr-
balo original
2) Por medio de una lucha
consistente, el Consejo Mundial
de Paz ganar la confianza d"
los pueblos a tal extremo d
que las Naciones Unidas la
perderan.
El mismo dia apareci un ar-
tculo en la revista Trud. escri-
to por" el acadmico Tarle. Los
expertos britnicos dijeron que
ste podra sjr interpretado co-
mo Una apologa para salirse de
las Naciones, Unidas. El 27 de
febrero el conferencista Olesn-
chulc dijo en un discurso p-
blico que si las Naciones Uni-
das no contestaban a las re-
presentaciones de la delegacin
del Consejo de Paz que fue
nombrada e la reunin de
Berln para ir a Lake Success,
la, Unin Sovitica no tendra
otra alternativa que salirse de
las Naciones Unidas.
Los expertos britnicas di-
jeron que es "improbable" que
Olesnchuk hubiera hecho esias
declaraciones sin autorizacin.
Ms coacciones
pilcaran contra ese diario se-
veras sanciones.
Isais Santin. Secretario Ad-
ministrativo de la CGT pidi
que se retirase la proposicin,
debido a que "existe libertad
de prensa en el pas y que
esa llbrtad queda demostrada
por lo que "La Nacin" publi-
ca. La proposicin fu enton-
ces retirada. Alberto Gain Paz,
director de "La Prensa" dijo
que no tenia comeniario algu-
no sobre el acuerdo de la CGT.
El peridico "Washington
Post" dice, comentando el ca-
so de La Prensa que '"es de-
salentador ver al Sub-Secreta-
rio de Estado Webb echar a
un lado la supresin de ese
prominente peridico argenti-
no "La Prensa" como un pro-
blema que no atae a este
Gobierno". "Es una doctrina
perniciosa", aade, "la que
sustenta que la destruccin
deliberada de las libertades no
es asunto de preocupacin in-
ternacional, y ste pas no
puede y no debe permanecer
callado".
En Londres, el semanario
"Economist", bajo el encabeza-
miento de "Persecucin de
"La Prensa", dice: "Si queda-
ran algunas dudas acerca del
carcter que el Gobierno del
Presidente Pern le ha dado al
pueblo argentino, estas tienen
que haberse disipado por la
mezcla de trampa y violencia
utilizada para suprimir el
principal diarlo Independenle
de Latlno-Amrlca, "La Pren-
sa".
"Drante los ltimos aos,
el Presidente y sus secuaces
han hostilizado a los propie-
tarios de "La Prensa" y tra-
tado de conducirlos a la ban-
carrota o sumisin. El abas-
tecimiento de papel peridico
le fu cortado; han apareci-
do bombas en el edificio; los
anunciantes han sido intimi-
dados, y el peridico ha sido
acusado de ser Instrumento de
explotadores extranjeros.
"Pasando por todas estas
tribulaciones, La Prensa per-
sisti en su tarea de publicar
las noticias imparclalmente,
Incluyendo entre ellas discur-
sos tanto del Gobierno como
de la oposicin. Recientemen-
te, los ataques de Pern se in-
tensificaron y desde hace casi
seis semanas, el peridico no
ha podido ser publicado. Esta
es la tcnica de Hitler".
En Syracuse, Nueva York, la
facultad de la Escuela de Pe-
riodismo envi una resolucin
a las Naciones Unidas, al Se-
cretario de Estado Acheson, a
la Unin Panamericana y o-
tras organizaciones, pidiendo
que el diarlo independeinte La
Prensa sea ayudado a volver
abrir, "en el exilio'' si fuere
necesario."
mente por los delegados asi-
ticos a la actual conferencia
la Comisin de las Naciones u-
nidas para el Asia y el Lejano
Oriente.
Siete pases Blrmanla, Tai-
landia. Repblica Filipina, Viet-
man. Malaya la Repblica de
Corea e Indonesia han defen-
dido vigorosamente el progra-
ma de ayuda de los Estados -
nidos en Asia y han retado a
la Unin Sovitica a que hag
algo constructivo en esa regin.
El delegado sovitico S. &
Nemtchina ha estado lanzando
desde hace dras ataques contra
los Estados Unidos as come la
Comisin, diciendo qu el obje-
tivo de los Estados Unidos al
ayudar a desarrollar los recur-
sos del Asia en realidad ts u-
na forma de 'colonialismo".
Nemtchina, al recibir la re-
pentina y fuerte reaccin de
las siete naciones, se ech a-
trs, diciendo que sus palabras
haban sido "mal Interpretaos'.
El delegdo ruso habla deser-
to a ayuda de EE. UU. al A.ia
se-in el programa del Punto
Cuarto y la Administracin -'.e
la Cooperacin Econmica, di-
ciendo que de esa manera
pona esa zona bajo la do.iv-
nacin de "monopolio extran-
jeros".
Espera Coln
sent.
En la Hnea de entretenimien-
tos, el Comit que encabezan
los caballeios Dr. Pavn y Mari
Julio, est empeado en una
serie de novedades de Mpo in-
ternacional, entre los out fgi-
ran, un rodeo, un grupo de di-
versiones de "Coney-island",
uegos artificiales con su ^ce-
narlo en el trozo de mar a cu-
yas orillas se levanta la Feria
y numerosas otras.
Estn surgiendo
deraran de la Europa Occldew
tal, quiz no consigan ms os
lo que obtuvo Hitler. Esto 1*
da a )os Estados Unidos una
buena ventaja en las presen-
tes negociaciones, ya que R*>
sla la llevaba en las confe-
rencias anteriores.
Se espera que la Unin So-
vitica no quiera pelear baj
las presentes condiciones, m
menos que est convencida *
que existe un intento inma-
ditao de destruirla, o que ti
Occidente no quiera llegar
un arreglo con ella.
Al llegar a un arreglo sobre
Alemania, que es problema
No. l del mundo, el occidente
puede persuadir a Rusia que
ellos no tienen intenciones de
destruirla y por lo tanto evi-
tarn una guerra.
El embajador
taba a su pas como Embaja-
dor en E.uados Unidos y la
Oea. Comenz a representar a
su pas en el Consejo de la
OEA el 21 de Diciembre de
1949 y pr sent credenciales al
Presidente Truman el 11 de
Enero de 1950. Reemplaz a
Ismael Gonzlez Arvalo como
Embajador, cuando este ltimo
fu a Guatemala a ocupar la
certera de Relaciones Exterio-
res.
Durante los recientes deba-
tes en el Consejo de la OEA
acerca el temarlo para la pr-
xima reunin de Cancilleres
de las Repblica Americanas,
Goubaud Carrera trat vigo-
rosamente, aunque sin xito,
que se incluyera en el tema-
rio la cuestin del derecho de
asilo. El Consejo, finalmente,
emiti una declaracin reafir-
mando el derecho como prin-
cipio del sistema nter-ameri-
cano, pero rehusando incluir-
lo, en el temario de la Con-
ferencia de Cancilleres.
El cargo de Embajador de
su pas en Washington fu la
primera posicin diplomtica
desempeada por Bougaud Ca-
rrera, quien previamente fu*
director del Instituto Indige-
nista de Guatemala.
El diplomtico naci en la
Capital de Guatemala en A-
gosto de 1902. dedicndose co-
mo profesional a la sociologa
y antropologa. Estudi en la
Universidad de Chicago, y all
conoci a la Sta. Frances West
brook hija de Charles West-
brook de la Compaa Pull-
man, con la cual contrajo ma-
trimonio. El matrimonio tuvo
dos hijas, Mnica de 5 aos,
y Cristina de 3. La seora de
Goubaud Carrera e hijas se
quedaron en Washington cuar
do el diplomtico sali hacia
Guatemala el 18 de Febrero
pasado. Un portavoz de la Em-
bajada dijo que la Sra. pro-
bablemente Ir a casa de sus
padres en Wheaton, Illinois
para un corto descanso y que
despus partir hacia Guate-
mala.
Nuevas diligencias
Ochoa Merchn, nos Inform
que ello habla sido concedido
en su oportunidad.
Ayer ss recibieron nuevas de-
claraciones y se ampliaron las
rendidas anteriormente por los
vecinos del lugar y ms perso-
nas citadas' en el proceso.
Sobre el paradero de Castillo
Surez. nada se sabe. Se pre-
sume que haya salido al exte-
rior clandestinamente.


SBADO. MARZO It. 1*51
ti PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETt
Centinelas y Maran inician maana serie
final por el campeonato del baseball distritorial
El juego comenzar
a las 9 a.m. en el
Instituto Nacional
Maana comenzar la Serle
final por el campeonato de base
ball de la Liga Distritorial de
Panam entre los equipos Cen-
tinelas del Tuira y Maran, a
las 8 a. m. en el cuadro del
Instituto Nacional.
La serle constar de tres par-
tidos; el segundo encuentro se
efectuar el lunes en la tarde
en Santa Rita; y el tercero si
es necesario tendr lugar el
martes en la tarde en el campo
del Insttiuto Nacional.
Los Centinelas del Tulra re-
sultaron ganadores del grupo
Antonio Sarria y el Maran
obtuvo el honor de Ir a la serle |
final del grupo Toms Cupas
con su victoria de ayer.
Ambos equipos llevarn ma-
ana al cuadro su mejor escua-
ara, y el partido promete resul- i
tar Interesante y reido.
Los probables lanzadores pa-
ra comenzar el partido de ma-
ana sern Mlnlto Prez por el
Maran y Jos Ortega por los
Centinelas.
Con orgullo defendieron nuestros colores en B. Aires
4
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Apuntes del Quinto
Torneo de Ftbol
Los muchachos que defendieron con orgullo nuestros colores en el torneo de basketball de
los Juegos Panamericanos, deben ser objeto de un apotesico recibimiento, al colocar a Pa-
nam entre los pases ms sobresalientes en basketball en la Amrica. Nuestros muchachos
a pesar de que no se les conceda opcin a entrar en la rueda final de campeones, logr este
gran honor y lo hicieron a la altura colocando nuestro basketball en alto sitial en la Am-
rica entera.
Por L. E. O..
Se Clausuraron Anoche Los
Iros. Juegos Panamericanos
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
El Pinocho qued a un paso del
Campeonato Prov. de Baseball con su
victoria de ayer sobre el ptica Sosa
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
BASEBALL PROVINCIAL
G. P. PJe.
Pinocho .............. IS 4 .7M
Barraaa ........... II 7 .518
Chesterfield Jr...... II I .55*
Caf Duran ____.'... II 8 .558
ptica Sosa ............S g .532
Granillo ........... S 11 .352
Caribe................. 5 11 .313
Frigidaire ............. 4 II .286
rez, quien cerr el angustioso
acto.
En el tercer acto, El Pinocho
anot su primera carrera y en
I 4o. empat el uego.
La Carrera del desempale
Al abrir con las serpentinas
el 5o. acto, R. Calcedo se mos-
Hay Ms Inters En Ver Otra
Vez En Accin a Walcott y
Charles Que a Joe Louis
DETROIT, marzo 10. (UP).El
lan pregonado encuentro por el
campeonato mundial de los pe-
sos .pesados intre el campen
Ezard Charles y el ex-campen
Joe Louis, sufri anoche un se-
rio revs, pero al reterano Jer-
sey Joe Walcott se le asegur
que podr tratar por quinta vez
de ceirse la corona.
James D. Norria Presidente
cel Club Internacional de Boxeo
y Marshall Miles, manager de
Louis quiere que se divida a
partes Iguales el 60% de laa
entradas que se dedica a pagar
a los pugilistas Originalmente .
te plane que la pelea con
Louls fuera en Abril pero Char--
les sufri una lesin anoche en
el oido que le obligar a des-
cansar por dos meses. Ayer se
pensaba que se podria celebrar
la pelea en Junio al aire libre.
dijo que los managers de Char-i pero el desacuerdo a las bolsas1 -
tan hondos lia hecho abandonar estos pa--**
nes por ahora.
Es posible que Charie> defien-
da por octava vez la corona con-.. ,
tra el campen mundial de los..,
semipesados Joeyn Maxim en
Pitsburgh a fines de Julio. Mints,".,
dijo que se estudiar esa post- -
billdad pero que est ms ln_
les y Louls tenan
desacuerdos" que el encuentro
no podria celebrarse si acaso
hasta Septiembre, pero al mis-
mo tiempo agreg que el ancia-
no Walcott "realmente merece
olro encuentro con Charles des-
pus de su demostracin de an-
tenoche.
Debido a un ataque del cora-
zn esta recluido en la Salla 11,
BUENOS AIRES Marzo 10 racin de clausura de los juegos cama 26, del Hospital Gorgas,
(IIP)Loa primeros juegos Pan Panamericanos. el padre del gran corredor pa-
Americanos clausuraron oficial-1 Acto seguido se apag la lia- nameo Lloyd LaBeach. El Se-
dej satisfechos a los fanticos | mente anoche, despus de ganar ma Panamericana. Los abande- or LaBeach fu internado dias
del ftbol, y se asegura que si; ei cqupo ecuestre de Chile la' radoi de las distintas delegado- atrs y su estado de salad acu-
lo. conjuntos de Guatemala. opa de lac Naciones en el Es- nea se retiraron del Estadio y sa notable mejora.
La demostracin ofrecida por
el onceno panameo en el pa-
sado certamen Internacional, no
tro sumamente nervioso, gol-1,
peo al abridor E. Prez quedan-
do a salvo en el segundo cojn
al batear. E. Osorlo al cuadro
y cometer Mariscal pecado men-
tal: Duggan batea roleta que
fildea en gran forma Calcedo
sobre la linea de la tercera, ha-
ciendo tiro defectuoso a
Maughn, quien cubrir el ter-
cer cojn, aprovechando Prez
para anotar la carrera que le
daba la ventaja a su equipo
'sobre los pticos por 3-2.
Resultaron los mejores batea-
dores, F. Chamorro con 1-1, J,
Herrera 4-3, L. Sanjur 4-2, R.
Cberto y H. Mariscal 2-1.
Anotacin condensada
C. H. E.
Pinocho t 2
ptica Sosa t 5 2
Lanzador ganador J. I. Prez,
Por octava vez el manto ne-
gro de la derrota volvi a ce-
irse sobre los protegidos de
"ao" Sosa al sufrir ruda de-
rrota ayer tarde frente al Pi-
nocho por pizarra de 3-2 ante
una concurrencia de 1.900 almas
que aplaudieron frenticos las
incidencias Interesantes del Jue-
go. Con este triunfo los narizo-
nes dan un paso ms en la con-
oulsta del campeonato de la Li-
ga Provincial de Baseball para
aficionados de Panam.
A las 4.15 p.m. el arbitro L.
Roberts, dio la voz de Juego, re-
portndose como abridores por
el Sosa R. Calcedo y A. Rosales
por los narizones.
En el primer acto los pticos
anotaron sus dos carreras, de-
cretando la salida de Rosales a
favor de J. I. (Chlmbele) P-1 perdedor R. Calcedo.
Con paseo a El Espino ser agasajado
maana el Seleccionado Nal. de Ftbol
Salvador, Honduras y Curazao
hubiesen asistido, nuestra re-
presentacin no hubiera con-
quistado el titulo de monarcas
Centro-Americanos de Ftbol.
tadlo River Plate de esta ciudad
en la ltima competencia y en
presencia de miles de personas.
La seora Eva de Pern, es-
. posa del Seor Presidente de la .
Los panameos no demostraron i Argentina, pronunci la deca- tura,
aquella rapidez y coraz.M que1
les valieron comentarlos favo-
rables en los Certmenes de 8an
Salvador, Barranqullla y Gua-
temala. Es de Imprescindible
necesidad que los dirigentes del
ftbol traten de contratar los i
lerviclos de un entrenador com-:
ptente.
poco despus lo hicieron el Pre-
sidentc Juan D. Pern y su es-
posa, mientras que se encen-
dieron los fuegos artificiales con
loa que termin el acto de clau
0
Jalee Mintz, manager de Char-: teresado en otra pelea con Wal-
es pide el 40% de las entradas > cott.
El Lie. Roy nombrado en el Comit para
los prximos Juegos Panamericanos
BUENOS AIRES Mano 10
(Por C. Peres). El Licencia-
do Manuel Roy, Director Ge-
neral de Educacin Fsica de
Panam, fue elegido miembro
permanente de loa prximos
El Dep. Garca expone
mna. su invicto en el
bisbol de S. Carlos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
BASEBALL DE SAN CARLOS
O. P. Pe.
Dep. Garca........2 1
Dep. Carransa ......... 2 1 .668
Dep. Florea .......... 1 2 .323
Dep. El TaUe......13 .N
La contienda de baseball de
la Liga de San Carlos tiene pa-
El equipo de anam que gan: Alcalde de Colon seor Alcaide, ra mafiana dos atractivos par-
el Quinto Campeonato Centro-' de Panam, 'directores de las.tldos entrel os equipos:
americano y del Caribe de Fut- bandas Republicanas y de Bom-
bol, ser agaajado maana do- teros el Rector del Insttiuto Na-
Juegos Panamericanos que sa
celebrarn en la ciudad de M-
xico en 1955.
El nombre del Licenciado Roy
fue presentado como candidato
por Panam para miombro del
Comit Permantente de loa Jue-
gos Deportivos Panamericanos,
y considerando sn excelente y
noble trayectoria ea el depor-
te y sus elevado* conocimien-
tos y experiencia en la mate-
ria, result escogido con gran
satisfaccin para ese patata.
LA DELEGACIN DE PANAMA
REGRESA EL DOMINGO
La delegacin de Panam a-
nuncio su partida para* el da-
minga an la maana a laa 1
y ae clcala qae llegar alre-
dedor de las t de la noche da
ese di.
Dos ruidosos triunfos logr el
quinteto de Panam en el tor- mingo porel Comit Organiza- cional, Doctores que actuaion
Nicaragua fu escogida como
Sede del Sexto Campeonato
Centroamericano de Ftbol. La
designacin fu muy bien re-
cibida en los circuios deportivos
y deseamos que todos los pa-
ses del circuito se hagan re-
presentar en el certamen que
tendr como escenarlo la tie-
rra de los Lagos en el ao de
1953.
Distribucin y Oficina se disputan hoy la la.
vuelta del Baseball de la Fuerza y Luz
Por A. A. PINZN
Esta tarde termina la prime-1 palmadores y Oficina General.
ra vuelta del Torneo de Base- Maana domingo se abrirn
ball de la Liga Interna de la los fuegos de la segunda vuelta
Fuerza y Luz con el juego extra | del Campeonato de Baseball de tar j
un paseo a El Espino de La Cho
rrera (casa campestre del Sr.
Dltranl).
El paseo partir a las 7 de la
maana de la entrada principal
del Instituto Kaclonal, y a este
agasajo estn Invitados, ademas
de todos los miembros de la De-
Estadio, Attache, Arbitrof, redac
tores deportivos etc r
Todava se comenta en los cir-
cuios deportivos el conceptuoso
y valiente discurso pronunciado
por el seor Daniel Delgado, vi-1
ce-Presidente del Comllo Orga-1
Campeonato El caballero men- UlSfldtld IOS CICllStdS
clonado fu el vocero de todos
loa istmeos y critic fuerte-
mente la actitud insincera de
los hermanos de raza, costum-
bres y religin, que despus de
haberse comprometido a asis-
cntre los equpos DI8TRIBU- la Fuerza y Luz con el Juego
CICtN" y OFICINA GENERAL en donde participarn los mismos
el cuadro de PaitlUa. equipos que juegan esta tarde,
De enorme Importancia es es-' o sean Oficina General y Distri-
te partido, ya que Distribuido-' bucin, y luego medirn fuerzas
res y Oficinistas se disputarn Telfonos Automticos y Empal-
el ganador de la primera etapa madores.
Tambin esta tarde contina
\-\ justa de Softball de la Fuer-
za y Luz y miden fuerzas Em-
Sern agasajados
A. Cruz y R. Caliendo
Atractivos partidos
est ofreciendo el
base de S. Francisco
tir al certamen, esgrimieron ar-
gumentos infantiles con el deli-
berado propsito de hacer ire-
casar la celebracin del mnelo-
nado torneo futbolero
Una figura deportiva que cal
er. forma simptica en todos
los circuios deportivos del Ist-
mo, fu sin lugar a dudas e!
distinguido deportista ce Nica-
ragua, don Toms Cransaw,
delegado Jefe. Mister Cranshaw
fu bautizado con su consenti-
miento con el nombre de (dos
cervezas ms). Los panameos
La Comisin de Ciclismo tie-
ne hoy un paseo campestre en
honor a los destacados ciclistas
nacionales Alberto Cruz y Ri-
cardo Caliendo, con motivo del
xito de la Jira que realizaron a
San Jos de Costa Rica.
La hora de partida se ha se-
alado para las 7 a.m. de la Pla-
zoleta 5 de Mayo, y tendr lu-
gar en la casa del Sr. Aldrete
en La Chorrera.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
BasebaU de San Francisco
G. P. Pje.
Marianao ........... i 0 1.M0
0. Duran ............. 2 1 .ii(;
M Tun ........... 2 1 .sen
G 1 .000
F Shanghai ........ 0 3 M
neo Panamericano que se cele- dor de jlcha Competencia con en el Torneo, Administrador del
br en Buenos Aires, Argenti-
na. Las victorias fueron sobre
los equipos de Mxico y Brasil.
De los "chamacos", Panam
se veng de las derrotas sufridas
desde el ao 1933 en adelante
y del Brasil de la que sufri
en la rueda eliminatoria. Los
juegos Panamericanos han
quiere" lma^s^porqu. "los I &roa d0el J (SS, m softb*- Lunch, torneos i o-
principales luga, de 'nuestro *\ emisferio se hicieron represen- ; of mimbro? dftt'
tintas comisiones, el Seor Pre-
Bidente de la Asamblea Nacional j
Si. Presidente del Consejo; el
seor Contralor de la Repbli-
ca y el seor sub-Contralor. el
CARDANZA va FLORES
en San Carlos
y
EL VALLE vi GARCIA
En El Valle
Ambos partidos se. efectuarn
en las horas de la maana.
Para este agasajo la Comisin
encargada ha confeccionado un
programa que comprende, ale-.
gre partida, gran recibimiento' El Garca vtajra para defen-
. con brindis, competencias de, der su Invicto mientras que sus
in re- detodosiosmiemorosae^^ ltUcln. en ,a M natural M VgUe lucharn p.,,
" al ae! Legacl?r, !L?,2 nirlSuJ? deli deI ro de E1 EsP|n: Juo de obtener puntuacin. En el otro
bros del Comit Director, del;
el triunfo de nuestros
" baile, diversiones varias, etc.
juego, ambos conjuntos se em-
pearn en mejorar su puntua-
cin.
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basket boleros, ha sido uno de
los ms ruidosos logrado por
equipo alguno de Panam en
competencias Olmpicas.
0
El Dep. Tamblor se
asegur la la. vuelta
del basket de Antn
He aqu nuesTros ------A..W Auditor B. Quintero, el seor
para las carreras del Domingo
en el Hipdromo Nacional de
Juan Franco:
ICaaveralDon Catalino;
2OpexBuenas Tardes;
3RomnticoPeggy
4Golden BabeLuck Ahead;
5Welsh LochAvenue Road;
6LituanaCuraca;
7CostinaTartufo;
8Polvorazo (e)Rechupete
9PulgarcitoBendigo;
10TapiceroLa Suerte;
11DictadorPhoebus Apollo.
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Sera conveniente que el Lie.
Don Manuel Roy, tomara med-
E8TAD0 DE LOS KQl'IPOS
BASKETBALL DE ANTON
G. P. PJe.
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En uno de los ms reidos
partidos de la Liga de baseball
de San Francisco,, la "Mueblera
1 Tun" venci al "Shanghai"
por 7 a 6 para subir al segundo
lugar Junto con el Duran.
1 Sobresalieron en el bate por'
[la M. Tun E. Crdoba con'
ANTON, Marzo 10 (Por A. Ch)
das en relacin con el us. de El Deportivo Temblor se ase-
coliseos deportivos para reuni- gur la primera vuelta del tor-
nes y dems congregaciones que
nada tengan que ver con el de-
porte.
ltimamente nos hemos ente-
rado que se celebrarn en nues-
tros Gimnasios reuniones de Sin
4-2 y M. Urrlola con 4-2; pnr el
Como invitados especiales se Shanghai C. Barahona con 3-2
encuentran los ciclistas Arman- Hl lanzador ganador result E.
do Severo Vogt de Argentina Brown. Perdi el partido C. Ba-
que est realizando un raid ha-
cia su tierra, y Francisco Va-
estaremos eternamente agrade-1 i,flf._ j_c?lombla,m, que ,fs
cldos de la cultura de los ga-
llardos embajadores de la tie-
rra de los Lagos.
Extra la actitud del entre-
nador de- la seleccin paname-
a de ftbol, al dejar en el
naneo durante cinco del os par-
tidos celebrados al destacado
interior Izquierdo Kelson Casti-
llo. Parece que este jugador no
poza del as simpatas del piloto
de la Seleccin Nacional. En el
ltimo partido de las huestas
panameas se le concedi una
oportunidad y se desempe a
satisfaccin.
efectuando raid a Nueva York
tambin se han Invitado a va-
llas personalidades de nuestro
deporte, deportistas, ciclistas y
varios redactores deportivos.
Social Deportiva
Hoy celebra el segundo ani-
versario de su risuea vida in-
fantil el niito Segundino Tala
Jr. hijo del columnista de esta
pgina 8r. Secundino Tala y
Sra. .Albertina de Tala. Que
tenga muchos aos felices son
nuestros deseos.
rahona.
Hoy sbado doble juego
Gigante vs C. Duran
Y en el siguiente partido la
Mueblera Tun tratar de
quitarle el invicto al "Marianao'
el cul est considerado como
uno de los ms fuertes de la
Liga.
neo de Basketball de la Liga de
Antn con su victoria sobre el
Deportivo Compa por 33 a 27.
El partido result Interesan-
te y movido y ambos quintetos
dicatos, Centros y dems agru- j lucharon con empeo en todo
paciones lo que hacen es per- momento. Los mayores anotado-
tadicar el deporte. El deporte res fueron, Risita Snchez con
debe ser aislado competamente; 10, puntos y Regan Fernn-
de la poltica, de lo contrario dez con 8 porl os ganadores, y
siempre estaremos en situado- por los perdedores el Compa
nes difciles ya que a I:: bora
que tal o cual politico rae, el
deporte tiene que sufrir las con-1
secuencias.
Flix con 8 puntos y Manolo
Rodriguez con 5 puntos.
La primera vuelta terminar
con el juego Quico vs Polica.
CALIFORNIA, Marzo (UP)
El piloto de las Medias Blancas i
Paul Richards, ver a sus pelo-
teros que no han participado'
o partidos por primera vez
hoy cuando ha de celebrarse la
contienda entre ellos Richards
ha nombrado a Bob Mahoney,
Randy Cumpert, y Lula Aloma,
para que lancen por el equipo
"Adalr" y a Ken Holcombe, Ha-
rold Brown, y Gus Kertaeakos,
Vor t, "Gramer".
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OF NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
us
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PANAMA
Distribuidores:
CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.
COLON
REMITIDO
El Rey de lot
Cigarrillo
PHILIP MORRIS El Rey de lo Cigarrillo" -
LO QUE MAS SE VENDE EN EL MUNDO, w
honra en saludar al pueblo panameo y en fe-
licitarlo por las cualidades de INTELIGENCIA,
CULTURA, HONRADEZ y BUEN GUSTO que
ha puesto en evidencia durante el tiempo que
viene participando en el CONCURSO HPICO
NACIONAL "PHILIP MORRIS".
Los datos en relacin con ese concurso re-
velan las siguientes cifras de indiscutible inte-
res:

CUPONES PHILIP MORRIS recibidos hasta la fecha------ 187,496
PROMEDIO DE CUPONES SEMANALES............ 4,807
CUPONES PREMIADOS........................ JJ
PREMIOS REPARTIDOS hasta la la fecha........B/. 2,865.00
RECLAMOS JUSTIFICADOS.....................
RECLAMOS NO JUSTIFICADOS.................. 1
Y el pueblo panameo se ha hecho acreedor a nuestras felicita-
ciones por demostrar en el Concurso. Hpico Nacional "PHILIP MO-
RRIS":
INTELIGENCIA..., porque slo una breve explicacin en los cu-
pones bast para participar en el Concurso y hacer del mismo un
gran xito.
CULTURA. ., porque supo llenar ordenadamente los cupones
respectivos, depositarlos en las urnas desuadas para ese efecto y
cobrar los premios a que se haba hecho acreedor, sin que se produ-
jeran en los cupones ni borrones, ni tachas, ni aliteraciones.
HONRADEZ. ., ya que en nueve meses
que lleva el Concurso Hpico "PHILIP MO-
RRIS" de estarse celebrando, slo se ha pre-
sentado UN RECLAMO; y,
BUEN GUSTO. ., porque es de buen gus-
to la buena voluntad con que el Pueblo Pans-
meo ha participado en el Concurso Hpico
Nacional "PHILIP MORRIS" y la magnfica
acogida que le ha brindado a este excelente ci-
garrillo.
"Recuerde. . No hav GOMA
Si Ud. fuma PHILIP MORRIS"... y
"Recuerde. . Si no hay GOMA
El fumar es MAS PLACER"
Lo que m te vende
en el mundo


MftlNA OCHO
EL FANAMA AMERICA DIARIO nTOEPaWDIENT
SBADO. MARIO 18, 1851
Ayer recibimos desde Corea,
dos cartas de nuestro buen
compaero y amigo William A-
Kosto. como todo el publico lo
recuerda. William Agosto, actor
de carcter de la Red Pana-
mericana se ha distinguido
siempre por sus buenas actua-
ciones y por su fino don de
gente.
William tom parte en mu-
chas comedias en la Red Pan-
americana, en los papeles de
Allan O'Connor en los radio-
gramas de la Avena Quaker.
Quin mat a Roberto de
Granvllle' como Francisco de
Compan, en "La India Dor-
mida" en "El Socio ", en "Lee
Chan", sera largo mencionar
todos los roles que Interpret a
satisfaccin de sus directores,
como del pblico que siempre
le quiso con cario y supo a-
preciar sus caracterizaciones.
Tambin recibimos varias fotos
de agosto, las cuales publicare-
mos para complacer a sus mu-
chas admiradoras, vayan para
nuestro buen amigo de siem-
pre, William, nuestro cordial
saludo hasta Corea y hacemos
votos para que pronto est de
nuevo con nosotros.
Lleg a feliz trmino la se-
rle de Eslampas del Hogar, con
la simpatiqusima familia de
Cantaclpro y se agradece al p-
blico oyente que siempre .nos
favoreci con sus Mamadas y
sus cartas de aliento, y muy
pronto la direccin de l Red
Panamericana, presentar en
ese mismo espacio otra Inte-
resante serle que estamos se-
guros ser un verdadero xito.
Es posible que en esos mismos
programas tomen parte 1 o s
mismos artistas Juan A. Thi-
bault, Dorlta Achurra, White y
Del Este. I
Anoche se present por la Red
Panamericana el deportista y
explorador colombiano, seor
Francisco Valencia Orellana, o-
freci al pblico una Interesan-
te narracin de todas sus aven-
turas en la selva del Amazonas
y de los distintos pases por
los cuales ha viajado, el seor
Orellana est haciendo un re-
corrido en bicicleta por los pa-
ses americanos y seguir su
viaje hasta New York. Adems
de explorador y gran deportis-
ta, el seor Orellana, es ar-
tista, tiene una magnifica voz
y tuvimos el agrado de escu-
char algunas grabaciones su-
yas. Por este medio le desea-
mos un feliz viaje y suerte.
Presentarn Teatro Infantil
por la Red Panamericana
El famoso artista cubano,
Rogelio Hernndez, primer ac-j
tor en varios de los grandes
espectculos en La Habana.
Buenos Aires y Colombia, ha
trado a Panam su conocido
Teatro Infantil.
Rogelio Hernndez que tra-
baj de primer actor por un
contrato con Rambal en Co-
lombia, estren la obra del Dr.
Jos Onecco Mozo, "El Carde-
nal de Colombia". Acompaan
al artista Hernndez, Mecha
Garca, su esposa, y Coqul
Garca, su cuado, que son los
que animan el Teatro Infantil.
Los tradicionales cuentos de
la Caperucita Roja, con que
ae iniciara en Panam las ac-
tividades del Tearto Infantil,
La Lmpara Maravillosa y o-
tras, sern presentadas a nues-
tros nios.
El director Hernndez es fa-
moso tambin por su represen-
tacin de San Pedro. Fuente
Ovejuna, y por sus movidas
novelas radiales de grandes
autores como La Barraca de
Blasco Ibez y otras, que po-
siblemente sean llevadas a Red
Panamericana segn conver-
saciones que ahora sostienen
con* Lincoln del Pino.
En las funciones teatrales
participarn los nios en el
Tablero Mgico, en que se ha-
cen preguntas y se dan pre-
mios a los nios que acierten.
?>
El "Aviso Oportuno
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3:30 Los Universitarios
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Acordes porteos
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Boleros variados
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Valses
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
6:00 Salvador Muoz y su
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6:30 Canciones favoritas
7:00 Preguntas y respuestas
7:15 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:30 El Radio Peridico
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7:45 Msica variada
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8:30 Henri King (variados)
9:00 La Travesa de Ion Klkty
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9:30 Prez Prado y su ritmo
10:00 Selecciones variadas
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11:00 Buenas noches
DOMINGO
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8:03 Juan Arviz
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9:30 Concierto Matinal
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11:00 Sorteo de Hoy
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