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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY SIXTH fEAR
PANAMA, R. P.. MONDAY, MARCH It. 1851
FIVE CENTS
Ike For A-Bomb
Use; Strategic
Value Is Test
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP) General Dwight
D. Eiienhower believes Russia's leaders would be really
fools" to start a war against the United States, and he
would use the atom bomb "instantly" if it would mean
sufficient strategic destruction.
Eisenhower gave these views in a secret session teb.
1 before the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations
system governing the use of
United States troops In his com-
mand. _
He said the Atlantic Pact co-
operative defense effort should
be functioning satisfactorily in
two years.
Drastic Rollbacks
In Prices T(f Be
Ordered By Govt.
committee.
Elsenhower's views were given
In response to Senator William
Fulbright who said he was con-
cerned at the apparent growing
opinion that under no circums-
tances should the United States
use the atom bomb first In war.
Elsenhower's reply was: "To
my mind the use of the atom
bomb would be on this basis:
Does It advantage me, or does It
not. when I get Into a war?
"Now If I felt that the material
destruction I was going to ac-
complish was not equal to some
moral or great reaction other-
wise to this act then I would
abstain.
"If I thought the net was on
my side I would use It Instantly
because I proceeded from this
basis: the United States Is not
going to declare war or conduct
an aggressive campaign. It Is go-
ing merely to defend Itself, and
If someone in spite of Its peaceful
purposes Jumps on It, I believe In
using what we have In defend-
ing ourselves."
His answer seemed significant
because he had stated that the
United States' great contribution
to Western defense, must be long-
range air power and sea power,
plus technlcologlcal know how,
and that the West can't hope to
match Russia's armies man for
man.
Only President Harry S. Tru-
man can release atom bombs to
the military forces, but Elsen-
hower as Atlantic Pact com-
mander would certainly have a
strong voice In advising the Pre-
sident on this score.
Elsenhower, now at his Atlan-
tic Pact supreme command head-
quarters In Paris, cautioned Sen-
ators not to be overly Impressed
by Russian propaganda regard-
ing 8ovlet military strength.
He said the West's Internation-
al force could meet the Russian
threat with numbers "far, far be-
low" those of Russia's armies,
and could make "rather signifi-
cant portions of Western Europe
safe."
He said that In war her satel-
lites would become one of Rus-
sia's greatest sources of weak-
ness, Instead of strength. His
command was giving close atten-
tion to dissident elements In the
Soviet slave states, and he felt
their disruptive power would
grow as a war went on.
Regarding troops limitations
Elsenhower told the Senators It
would be an error If Congress
established firm celling or ratio
Diplomats Guess
At Soviet Line
On Big-4 Parley
PARIS. Mar. 12 (UP),Soviet
deputy Foreign Minister Andrei
A. Gromyko, as so often in the
past, had Western diplomats
guessing today.
Guessing whether Russia real-
ly wants to hold another Big
Four Foreign Ministers confer-
ence. No one yet knows the an-
swer.
So far, at this conference of
deputies to draft an agenda for
such a Big Four conference,
Russia has stood firmly for
agenda terms the West will not
accept.
Gromyko Is expected to give
some more clues about the So-
viet position auain today when
he is scheduled to deliver his
promised answer to the West's
compromise agenda.
The United States delegation
was sceptical that
would show any inclination to
compromise.
He already has described the
West's compromise as an at-
tempt to "stifle" Issues Russia
considers Important.
Reds Abandoning Seoul
As Allies Near Parallel
Mayor, Judge Argue
Habeas Corpus Writs
WASHINGTON, Mar. 12 (UP)
The government is considering an
order that would force manufac-
turers to roll back price rises
since the Korean war not based
on actual Increases In costs, it
was disclosed today.
Harold Leventhal, General
Counsel of the Office of Price
Stabilization, told a radio audi-
ence that that Is the "general
concept" of a regulation now be-
ing studied by price officials.
He would not predict when It
may be put Into effect, but said
It should lead to retail price cuts
because, when it Is, the profit
margins of most retailers will be
frozen. Any such cuts in factory
prices would be passed along to
the consumer.
The OPS already has clamped
profit or "markup" ceilings on
more than 230.000 retail stores
dealing In furniture, clothing and
department store items. It is ex-
pected to Issue orders this week
placing "markup" ceilings on
many food items at retail and
wholesale levels.
On the tangled wage front,
meantime. Economic Stabilizer
Eric Johnston was slated to meet
with Industry and labor repre-
sentatives again today in an ef-
fort to get the wage stabilization
program back on the track.
He is trying to force a compro-
mise between labor's Insistence
that the Wage Board should also
handle labor disputes, and Indus-
try's refusal to accept such a pro-
gram. Union leaders have indi-
cated they will end their boycott
of the Wage Board If it is allow-
ed to handle disputes. They say if
they are going to be responsible
to avert strikes in the emergen-
cy, they need government ma-
chinery to settle their disputes.
Impartially.
Stricken Luckenbach
Vessel Abandoned
Off Hawaiian Coast
HONOLULU, March 12 (UP)
Some 50 passengers and crew
members abandoned the 8,000
ton freighter Andrea F. Lucken-
back early today when the ship
his a "submerged object" off
Kawal Island, 100 miles north-
west of Honolulu.
Passengers and crew were re-
moved to a Coast Guard patrol
boat as the freighter threatened
to founder seven miles from Na-
willllwill harbor.
Water rushed into her holds
and tanks through a gaping hole
torn in her hull by what the
I Coast Guard said was "probably
a reef."
The ship was bound for Yoko-
hama when the accident occur-
red.
8he last passed through the
Panam Canal In July 1950 en
route from New York to Seat-
tle. She then carried a crew of
46.
Panama Mayor Angel Vega
Mndez today Issued a bitter
statement to absolve himself
from blame for not signing sev-
eral habeas corpus resolutions Is-
sued against him.
The Mayor's statement came
after Fourth Circuit Judge Man-
uel Burgos on Saturday instruct-
ed the National Police to bring
Hm i? Ve8a Mndez into court to report
on a petition for a habeas corpus
writ issued in favor of Esteban
Huertas Ponce who is still being
held.
Vega Mndez today Issued the
report, but he stated that It was
not done "because of the insin-
uation of arrest made by
Judge Burgos, since I am accus-
tomed to the imprisonment, at-
tacks and persecutions which
were applied in those times when
there were no Judges, no law, no
ministers...."
The Mayor then proceeded to
compare the "jealous attitude" of
present judicial authorities with
what he termed their attitude
under former Liberal govern-
ments. (He Is a member of the
Partido Revolucionarlo Autenti-
co.)
He stated that he had not sign-
ed the habeas corpus resolutions,
since (he claimed) Judge Burgos
himself had ruled that they
U.S. Bulldozer Men
Rush Turkish Bases
By EDGAR G. CLARK
ANKARA, March 12 (UP)
United States construction crews
are rushing completion of a pro-
tective ring of Turkish airfields
the nearest of which is less than
1,200 miles south of Moscow.
That Is roughly three hours fly-
ing time.
The Installations for both
fighters and heavy bombers
Including atom bomb carriers
are the closest major Western
fields to the Russian heartland
and will serve for both defensive
nd offensive purposes.
Defensively thev will screen
the great Middle East oilfields
and complete Western air de-
fenses for the eastern Mediter-
ranean and the Suez Canal.
They can also give effective sup-
port in the event of a Russian
attack on Iran.
Offensively the Turkish fields
some of which are new while
others are improvements of ex-
sting sites brig Western heavy
bombers to within one hour's
flying time of the Comlnform's
main oil centers in the Caucases
and Romania.
(Editors note: Friends on
Use isthmus recalled todav
that after closing of the Armv
District Engineer's local office
last summer a number of En-
gineer employees and their
families went to Turkey on
military construction work.
The group included:
(L. W. McBride. Mrs. Me-
Bride and their two children:
Larry Brogg ini and Mrs. Brog-
glnl, the former Margaret Al-
ley; Miss. Margaret Sand ford
and an engineer named
Treese.)
Much of the American work, as
well as the location of several
of the fields, Is top secret. One
major project is at Adana, in the
great fertile plain at the north-
eastern corner of the Mediter-
ranean. Reportedly a future site
for B-36's and large planes it is
one of the best locations in this
part of the world from the stand-
points of supply and natural de-
fense.
Protected by fighter screens
based on the islands of Crete and
Cyprus, seaborne supplies to A-
dana can be discharged at the
adjacent ports of Alexandretta
and Mersin. On the land side, the
Adana plain is almost complete-
ly surrounded by the Taurus
Range manv of whose peaks are
over 20.000 feet.
Another Important field Is at
Dlyarbekir In eastern Anatolia
near the southwestern ap-
proaches to Mt. Ararat.
On the other side of this fron-
tier mountain western pilots fly-
ing between Turkey and Iran
frequently report seeing Russian
planes massed on fields around
Erevan, gateway to the Caucas-
ian airfields.
The fact that Mt. Ararat looks
down directly on Russian Arme-
nia and its airfields Is believed
to be the reason for Russia's ob-
jection to the recent requests of
a United States party for Turk-
ish permission to renew the
(Continued on Pa Superfort Missing
Off Spain With 12
FRANKFURT, March 12 (UP)
United States Air Force offi-
cials said today tfcat no trace
had been found of the Air Force
Superfortress missing off the
southeast coast of Spain since
Saturday with 12 men aboard.
More than 35 United States,
British, French and Spanish
planes are still crisscrossing the
area today trying to sight wreck-
age or survivors, but hope Is
waning.
Two Superfortresses In the
search group late yesterday re-
ported picking up signals which
faded before they could take a
radio bearing on their location.
Michaud's Hearing
On Assault Charge
Set For Tomorrow
CRISTOBAL. Mar. 12 Pre-
liminary hearing on a charge of
assault with Intent to commit
rape continued today until to-
morrow afternoon.
The defendant Is Alexander H.
Michaud, 23. American employe
of Tigaropulos. The date of ire
alleged offense was last Wednes-
day morning, the place near the
| residential area at France Field.
Michaud will be represented by
attorney W. J. Sheridan, Jr.
Ricardo Montalban
Will Visit Panama
Film star Ricardo Montalban
will be a one-day visitor to Pa-
nama Wednesday on his way
north after attending the re-
cent movie festival in Uruguay.
He will be accompanied by Mrs.
Montalban.
Montalban will probably give
s press conference at the Hotel
El Panama, L. W. Simpson, local
Metro-Goldwyn Mayer repre-
sentative, said today. He will
make no public appearances.
From Panama, the film-star
and his wife will fly to Bogota,
before proceeding to their
borne in Mexico City.
MonUlban's hit film, "Two
Weeks With Love," is now play-
ing at Balboa Theater.
"Neptune's Daughter," and
"Fiesta," the spectacular tech-
nicolor dramatisation of hU
native Mexicoare among his
biggest pictures.
Lie Detector Used
Here to Question
Employes on Theft
The Army's lie detector, used
for about two years by military
Investigators here, is being em-
ployed In the questioning of La
Boca Clubhouse employes in con-
nection with a recent theft.
The Panam American learn-
ed today that about seven club-
house employes have already un-
dergone the lie detection test,
given at CIO headquarters at Ft.
Amador. Two more persons were
scheduled for questioning today.
All employes In supervisory ca-
pacity at the clubhouse are being
questioned, as are clubhouse ja-
nitors.
The probe started early this
month when the disappearance of
$158 In clubhouse funds were re-
ported.
should have been Issued against
arresting officials of the Secret
Police.
Meanwhile Carlos A. Cajal to-
day filed another habeas corpus
petition with the Supreme Court
of Justice In favor of Panama
Communist leader Hugo Victor,
and against Minister of Govern-
ment and Justice Jose Clemente
de Obaldla. Victor was arrested
before the Panama Trust Compa-
ny crisis, was released under a
similar writ on Saturday by Judge
Burgos and was immediately re-
arrested.
Minister Obaldla denied he
had ordered the second arrest of
Victor, asked the request be de-
(Continued on Page , Col. 4)
Zonians Musi File
1951 Estimated Tax
Return By Thursday
An additional supply of forms
for declaration of estimated In-
come tax was to be available
this afternoon at the Balboa of-
fice of the Internal Revenue
force. Income tax men said to-
day. Forms will also be supplied
the Cristobal office, which was
not open today because of the
Illness of Deputy Collector John-
ny Phillips.
This declaration must be fil-
ed by March 15, tax men em-
phasized. The Balboa office to-
day was swamped with persons
making inquiries about both the
estimated tax forms and on
their tax questions.
An Internal Revenue spokes-
man stressed today that the de-
claration of estimated Income
for the current year must be
filed by Thursday.
This must not be confused,
he said, with the declaration of
Income for 1850. The date for
Gens. Ridgwav,
MacArthur Give
Views On Korea
TOKYO, March 12 (UP)
While General Douglas MacAr-
thur said today that the Com-
munist leaders are out to gain
control of the entire world. Gen-
eral Matthew B. Rldgway said he
thought it would be a tremend-
ous victory for the United Na-
tions if the Korean War should
end at the 38th parallel.
Rldgway knew of no plan to
end the war at this boundary.
Last week MacArthur appealed
again to the United Nations for
a diplomatic decision, and rei-
terated that he would not ssnd
the United Nations forces across
the parallel If cogent political
reasons against such a move
existed.
Said MacArthur In Tokyo: "The
present aggression In Asia Is be-
ing masterminded by men who
want to Impose Communism on
the entire world, and who are
willing to resort to force to gain
their end.
"Asia Is the gateway to their
plans. They seize power as a
springboard to more power, with-
out the slightest regard for geo-
graphical or political boundaries.
Their ambition Is insatiable.
"The Communist threat Is still
great despite the fact that its
challenge was accepted and has
been surcessfully met to retard
Its advance.
"The people of Asia are not so
Interested In ideologies as they
are in a decent way of life In
enough to eat and enough to
wear. As poverty lifts so will the
threat of Internal violence. But
until that time the false promises
of Communism will prove at-
tractive to many."
MacArthur said he had hoped
to return to the United States
when the Japanese peace treaty
was signed but the Korean War
TOKYO, March 12 (UP) The United States 8th
Army today drove to within five miles of the big Commun-
ist base of Hongchon and 25 miles of Korea's 38th parallel
on the heels of the fleeing Communists.
South Korean troops seized Soksa, final junction on
roads leading north to the 38th parallel and east to the
coast. The Reds had abandoned it.
Chinese and North Korean Reds reeled back towards
the 38th parallel along the 70-mile front. On the west
they showed signs of abandoning Seoul.
filing of the latter has been ex- had put ^ entirely new light on
tended to June 15 for the Canal the BltUatlon and he would be
Zone and other overseas areas, governed by the wishes of the
Those who do not Intend to!*
pay the tax for 1950 before June
15, need not file their returns
until that date.
The estimated tax forms,
however, must be filed by March
15 by everyone who during 1851
expectes to receive:
(a) Wages subject to wlth-
The money, part of the day's holding in excess of $4,500. plus
receipts for March 1, was missing
from the clubhouse office. It was
In one of four envelopes, which
had already been checked. Dis-
appearance of the money was re-
ported to the police the following
day.
Canal Zone detectives, who are
In charge of the investigation,
said today that the clubhouse em-
ployes have been eager to under-
go the lie-detector test.
It Is given through recording
on a graphed sheet of changes In
the blood pressure, respiration
and perspiration count of persons
being questioned. Used for manv
years in the United Statesbut
not generally admitted as court
evidence in most states, the main
value of the machine lies In its
elimination of suspects and Its
ability to point the way for furth-
er Investigations.
Graphs made by the lie detec-
tor show sharp rises on all three
lines when the subject makes a
false statement under question-
ing. It Is operated here by spe-
cially trained military personnel.
Maersk Freighter
Sinks Tugboat
Off Philippines
MANILA, March 12 (UP)-The
Danish freighter Laura Maersk
last night hit and sank a tug-
boat off Negros Island In the
Philippines.
Globe Wireless reported that
the ship had radioed her posi-
tion to assist lp a search for the
tug's crew.
$800 for each exemption; for ex-
ample $5,100 for a single person
with no dependants, or $6,300
for a married couple with one
dependant: or
(b) Income from all other
sources In excess of $100. provid-
ed his total Income Is expected inK
to amount to $900 or more.
Presilent.
Ridgwav in Korea said: "If the
Korean War should end at the
38th parallel I think it would
be a tremendous victory for the
United Nations.
"In the present central front
offensive the 8th Army Is Inflict-
ing casualties at a rate of well
over 60 to one. Our ground, sea
and air forces have let a lot of
Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Rldgway.
commander of the Allied ground
forces In Korea, indicated his 8th
Army is bound for the 38th paral-
lel In Its current offensive.
First signs of a Communist
withdrawal from Seoul were re-
ported by night Intruder pilots,
who said there was heavy Red
traffic out of the city. The Reds
may pull out to escape being
trapped.
The 8th Army is advancing vir-
tually at will all along the offen-
sive front from the Han River
bridgehead east of Seoul to the
strategic road hub of Changpy-
ong In the eastern mountains.
But the United Nations still
appeared to be In for a fight, and
probably soon. The Chinese were
moving heavy convoys of troops
and supplies south through North
Korea toward a new line believed
anchored on Hongchon, 21 miles
south of the 38th parallel.
New Pearson Ketch
'Tondelayo' Wins
Annual Taboga Race
Wally Pearson's new and trim
auxiliary ketch the "Tondelayo"
proved to be as fleet as her ap-
Bonded Fags Vanish
From Locked Boxcar;
Cops Smell Smoke
Canal Zone police are Investi-
gating the disappearance of ap-
proximately $360 worth of ci-
garettes shipped early this
month from Panama to Cristo-
bal.
The missing eight cases, each
containing 50 cartons of cig-
arettes, were part of a 100-case
shipment which left the Pan-
ama yards In a locked box car.
The car was still locked when lt
arrived In Colon, but the lock
reportedly had been changed
from that put In place origin-
ally.
A spokesman for the Lucky
Strike company, shippers of the
cigarettes, told The Panama
American that the 100 cases
were a bonded shipment. They
had been taken from the com-
pany's Pacific Side warehouse,
checked out, as required, by a
company representative and a
representative of the Panama
government, and rechecked
when they were loaded Into the
boxcar.
The loss was discovered when
air out of the inflated balloon of | the shipment was opened on the
Chinese military establishments.'
"Meanwhile the degree to
which we deflate Red China's
military reputation Is the degree
to which we Influence the think-
of millions and millions of
people In Asia.
"Eventually lt must react on
the political actions of their
Governments. This would be of
tremendous importance."
Witkin Off On Tour
Of Antilles Dept.
Rabbi Nathan Wttkin, Field Di-
rector National Jewish Welfare
Board, and Director USO-JWB
Armed Forces Bervice Center, In
Atlantic Side where the cigaret-
tes were to be stored again in a
bonded warehouse.
Each case Is valued at ap-
proximately $45.
Some 5,000 to 6,000 Chinese
were reported digging In along
the north bank of the Hongchon
River, and lt was believed that up
to 100,000 Red troops might make
a stand behind the new line,
British Commonwealth forces
attached to the United States 1st
Cavalry Division seized hills over-
looking Hongchon from five
miles to the southwest after a
six-mile advance. The United
States 1st Marine Division Is
about six miles southeast of the
town, and the 8outh Korean 6th
Division about the same distance
to the south.
North Korean resistance In the
eastern mountains collapsed as
suddenly and as Inexplicably as it
flared last week. Mt. Taemi,
which changed hands twice in
bitter bayonet fighting last week,
fell to the United States 7th Div-
ision today without a shot being
fired.
This division was also ap-'
proachlng the Important road
junction of Changpyong.
Allied planes caught one col-
umn of North Koreans marching
north through the eastern moun-
tains and claimed to have des-
troyed 80 per cent.
An estimated 30 Communist
Mig 15 jet fighters attempted to
challenge 12 United States Sabre
Jet fighters overSlnulJu In a bat-
tle which ranged from 28,000 feet
almost to the ground and ended
with the Reds fleeing back to
Manchuria. At least two Red
planes were damaged. No United
States planes were hit.
Two Mlg 15's were destroyed
when they collided trying to fol-
low a Shooting Star in dogfight
between 15Mig'sand four Shoot-
ing Stars over the same area.
Fighters napalmed, rocketed
and machine gunned Communist
hiding places, destroying or dam-
aging more than 100 buildings.
Twenty Okinawa-based Super-
fortresses dropped 200 tons of
bombs on the* Communist supply
and distribution center of Kum-
wha about 30 miles north of the
38th parallel.
United States Navy Skyralders
and Corsairs teamed with Alf
Force Superfortresses and "prob-
ably brought rail transportation
across central Korea to a virtual
standstill."
Balboa Tides
High
7:18 a.m. 13 6 ft.
7:31 p.m. 13.9 ft.
Low
1:11a.m. 0.7 ft.
1:23 p.m. 1.8 ft.
pearance Indicated as she romped1*1* forces service center in ------ -
to victory in the first race of her Balboa left today for ^ tour of p qw hU,
career last week-end, crossing;the Antilles Depirtment.He nU 'Dayton and
Monkey-Trial May Be Fought
Again By Tennessee Solons
NASHVILLE Tenn., March 12 French, German and English
(UP) The famous "monkey Journalists covered the trial,
trial" of Thomas Scopes 26 years Bryan died only a few dayt
ago at Dayton, Tenn.. may be after the trial ended,
fought again this week If the The repeal bill grew out of s
Tennessee legislature can find conversation between Mrs. Hill
The Laura Maersk Is well
known In local shipping circles.
She last cleared Balboa Dec. 36,
en route from New York to the
Far East, via San Francisco.
She grosses 5,100 tons.' and at
the time of her last local Canal
transit was under the command
of Capt. C. Llndberg.
the finish line in the Taboga-
and-retum race well ahead of
her six competitors.
The race was the Balboa Tacht
Club's annual affair and was held
simultaneously with the annuual
Club Rendezvous, with power and
sailboats dropping their anchors
in the Bay of Taboga on Saturday
afternoon to start the festivities.
Phil Green's "Escape" finished
In second place nosing out Capt.
Clinton Baverstock's "Inca" by
only two minutes.
Times for the first three places
were: "Tondelayo., outgoing 1
hr 17 mln, Incoming, 3 hrs 10 mln,
total 4 hrs 27 mln; "Escape" out-
going. 1 hr 35 mln, Incoming, 4
hrs 40 mln, total 6 hrs 15 mln;
"Inca." outgoing. 1 hr 34 mln, in-
coming 4 hrs 47 mln, total 6 hrs
17 mln.
Other entrants In the race
were Bill Clark, Jr.. In the "Kel-
pie," J. Pierce In the "Karen," Ed
RIgby in the "Nena" and Bill
Brunner in the "Flamenco."
Brodie Burnham, Paul Walker
and Max Doolie were the working
crew on the winning "Tondelayo'
In addition to skipper Pearson.
plans to survey the needs of the
Jewish personnel of the Armed
Forces In the Antilles and will
make arrangement for the ob-
servance of the Passover holi-
who
represents Dayton and Sen.
Broek Cummlngs of West Ten-
nessee Friday Introduced bills
to repeal the law under which
an obscure high school proles-
19S1 RFD CROSS FUND
and Cummlngs.
Cummings remarked that he
would like to Introduce a bill to
repeal the anti-evolution law.
Mrs. Hill replied, "Senator, I
have a bill on already drawn up.
Here, we talk about the Rus-
sians not allowing teaching ba-
sic science, but we have a Isxr
The conviction of Scpoes and of our own prohibiting teaching
his $100 fine resulted in a 3 to evolution.
1 State Supreme Court decision "Of course, all high schools
upholding the constitutionality are breaking the law. You can't
of forbidding the teaching of teach biology without breaking
"any theory that man is des- It."
cended from a lower order of Historians say the law came
animals." about as a result of extended
The decision reversed the fa- "buck passing" among the State
mous trial verdict on a technlc- Senate, the House and the
allty and the case was dropped. Governor.
but the statute remained as Back In 1925. George Rappel-
State law. yea. mining company executive.
The trial started in a casual was discussing the law with
drug-store conversation as a some lawyer friends over a soft
friendly "test case," but it gain- drink when scopes walked in.
>d international attention. "Tom" Rappelyea laughed,
The late William Jennings "we're going to arrest you."
| Bryan helped prosecute Scopes. "Why?" Scopes asked.
Such lawyers as ^he late Ciar- "For violating this new antl-
ence Darrow, Arthur Garfleld evolution law," Rappelyea said.
Hayes, and Dudley Field Malone He telegraphed the National Cl-
helped defend him. vll Liberties committee asking
The trial was held on the if lt would help defend test case
court house lawn under broiling on the law. Informed lt would,
July sun when tiny Rhea Coun- he filed the "friendly test suit"
ty court room proved too smalL against Scopes.
days which begins this year on Of, * "ed i teaching evo-
Aprll 20. on-
Rabbi Wltkln will Visit Puerto
Rico, Trinidad, Qua n t a n a m o
Bay, Cuba and the Virgin Islands.
He expects to be away about ten
days.
During his absence. Mrs. Wlt-
kln with the help of the Com-
mute of Management will be In
charge of the U80-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa.


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Shipping & Airline News
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Da the Air
- Justin Miller, president ol the
Rational, Association of Broad-
castera, 1 due here tomorrow on
3AA for a three-day visit. Accord-
ins to PAA, he Is on a two-week
awing through five Latin Ameri-
can countries.
" He left Havana yesterday and
is now In Mexico City. From here
he goes, on Friday, to Caracas
nd from there his trip will lake
im to Sao Paulo and Rio de Ja-
neiro, returning via Caracas to
Miami.
He la travelling as a member
Of the advisory committee on
information for the U.8. 8'a;e
pspartment. During the trip he
will meet with officials on public
information matters.
Ship Sale
Isthmian steamship Company
has contracted to sell to an Ia-
brantsen Co. affiliate our 30-
yaar-old freighters, all well-
known in the Canal run. The sale
is reported In the current Issue
of the West coast weekly Paci-
fic Shipper.
The Shipper reports that the
vesseu are the Steel Inventor,
Steel Ranger, Steel Mariner and
ths Annlston City. The sale must
be approved by the Federal Mar-
tima Administration. The ships
will be transferred to Llberian
registry.
Now Service
British Overseas Airlines this
week announced Its new de laxe
Stratocrulser service, non-stop
between London and New York.
The service connects In New
York with twice weekly flights
from Panama, via Nassau.
No surcharge is made for the
flight, airlines officials said, al-
though the service Includes a
seven-course dinner with wine,
cocktails and a liqueur, a lower
dock lounge with bar and a oom-
pllmtntary make-up kit for ev-
ery woman passenger.
Three stewards and a steward-
ess are attendants on each "Mon-
arch" flight.
Apples
The heavy annual movement
of apples from the Pacific North-
west to Britain Is under way, via
the Canal. Between 410.000 and
425,000 boxes are due for ship-
ment by the end of the month,
according to the Pacific Shipper.
Some of the shipments on
the Johnson Line's Paraguay
and the Olsen Line's Bata an
have already transited the Ca-
nal Due through here soon, car-
rying apples, are the Donald.son
Llners Corrientes, 118,000 boxes;
Johnson Line's Quayana, 18.C0U
boxes; French Line's Wyoming.
25.000 boxes; Holland America
Lines Dalerdyk, 20,000 boxes and
the Pacific Express, which was
northbound early this month,
with 70,000 boxes.
BRONCHIAL
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TO BE ELLIOT'S FOURTH? Reporta from Miami said El-
Hot Roosevelt and California heiress Minnewa Bell Ross,
shown here together, will be married soon. Mrs. Ross is
awaiting a divorce in Florida from Dr. Rex L. Ross, Jr., of
Santa Monica, Cal., who last December charged that his wife
was touring the country with "one Elliot Roosevelt."
Red Mata Hans Haunt Bars
To Pry West Germam Secrets
By MENNO DUERKSEN
o
FRANKFURT, Germany, Mar.
12 (UP) The Russians are
using sexy "Mata Harl" to pay
military information out of
American and allied soldier In
West Germany, according to
German officials.
These officials, who examined
hundreds of girls last month as
part of a campaign against ven-
eral disease, said they are con-
vinced many are employed by
the Russians or east zone Com-
munists to get military informa-
Many of the girls originally
come from the Russian zone
crossing the border illegally, but
somehow managing to get resi-
dence papers.
Allied officials declined to
comment on the story officially
but several allied sources agreed
that "It is probably true."
One of the German offi-
cials, who was an officer
with the German occupa-
tion army in France during
tbe war, said "the girls are
working exaetly as the
Frnech girls did for the
French underground dur-
ing the war.'' He added:
"They date as many soldiers
as possible and after getting a
few drinks into the boys they
primp them about furlonghs.
movements, new arrivals, milita-
ry banes', etc.
"One girl probably doesn't get
ver/ much Information but
someone patches all the little
bits from each girl together and
makes a pattern that may be
quite important."
German police and health of-
ficials said they are helpless to
wipe out this widespread prosti-
tution under present laws. A
prostitute may operate legally
prvolded she carries a health
card which certifies she has
had a physical examination
within nine days.
Under these conditions
young German girls, many
of them pretty and weartng
good clothes swarm around
hotels, bars and cafes in
every town where troops are
stationed.
Others work from highways.
From dusk to the early hours of
the morning dozens of the girls
line every major highway lead-
ing out of Frankfurt, waving
their thumb at every Jeep or
car bearing an American license
but largely Ignoring Germans.
One allied source said this
problem will become more ser-
ious In the near future, with al-
lied troops reinforcement sche-
duled to arrive in West Ger-
many and with a defense sys-
tem being built up here.
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the city clerk's office here and
asked where to vote.
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then asked. "Who do I vote for? '
"We don't tell you how to voto,
lust where." the clerk answered.
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was. South had to over-ruff for
the third time.
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was the ace. South could there-
fore safely lead another club and
ruff In dummy. He returned to
his hand by ruffing a heart in
order to lead the the last club.
This permitted him to discard the
losing diamond from dummy.
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MONDAY. MARCH 12. 1951
? THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREI
HEROES HAIL HEROES Two amputee Marine veterans of
Korean action wave at their buddies, docking in San Fran-
cisco on the USS Breckenridjf. The ship brought back tbe
first troops to be returned home from Korea nnder the new
rotation system. Tbe returning men were from the 1st Ma-
rine Division. The veterans are Sgt. Victor Beauchamp (left)
of Oakland. Calif., and Lt. F. W. Nuetael, Spokane, Wash.
World War II Air Ace Gets
Orders to Return to Duty
SIOUX FALLS, 8.D.. March 12,
(UP) Joe Fosa, Marine air ace
who shot down 26 Japanese
planes and won the Congression-
al Medal of Honor, got his orders
today to go back into uniform.
"A lot of things are dlfferc.it
this time." the 35-year-old Foss
said. "This time you know what
it's like. The last time lt was all
a big mystery and a little exciting.
But now you know what war Is
that it's dangerous, that men get
killed. You play for keeps in this
game."
Foss, a colonel, was ordered to
report March 16 to headquarters
of the Central Air Defense Force
of the Air Defense Command at
Kansas City, Mo. His assignment
was not specified, but he hopes
it will be with a tactical un*.
That is the reason he recently
asked the.air force to waive Its
rule against combat assignments
for Congressional Medal of Hon-
or winners.
In World War H, Foss wore the
green uniform of the Marine
Corps This tirrfRlt will be Air
Force blue.
"That stuff gets you," he said.
"Once you're a Marine you never
Memphis 'Wolf Pack'
Meets Match After
Fighting Athletes
MEMPHIS. Tenn., Mar. 12 (UP)
__A roving "wolf pack" met Its
match in a free-swinging fight
with three football players earlv
todav and became the first of the
terror gangs to land in Jail.
A state trooper and two squad
car detachments of police arrest-
ed five youths who waged a war
of fists and curses upon three
Me-inhls State College students
following a campus dance. A
sixth vouth fled.
Poll-e said the arrests marked
the'r first success In efforts to
bren!' ud > flurry of hit-and-run
attf.clrs wa*ed against college and
high school students during the
pa** few weeks.
The slx-vouth "wolf pack"
ivu" Into its fist-battle in front
of the Memohls State College
gvirnaslum where the three stu-
dents were discussing a Saturday
night dance held there. Thev had
Just taken three "dates" home.
The students, members of th*
Memohls State varsity football
sauad, were tailbacks Charles
Brewer, 20. Columbus. M'!.. and
Roland Eveland. 22. of Blooms-
burg. Pa.: and end Fruncs
(Kayo) Blackovltch. 23. of York-
vllle, O.
Blackovltch. a 200oounder who
also was heavyweight finalist In
a recent Golden Glove boxing
tournament here, said the six at-
tackers got the worst of the fist
fight desDlte their 2-to-l numer-
ical odds.
Police, summoned by a high-
way patrolman who happened to
pass whi'e the fleht vps in pro-
gress, confirmed that their pris-
oners were bloodv and bruised.
They were booked as Rex King.
20: Jimmie Stewart. 17: Michael
Warren. 19; Franklin Dial. 18:
and Glad Caldwell All were
charged with assault and b^tterv
and disorderly conduct and were
released under "forfeit bonds."
Police Chief Ed Reeves was sur-
prised by these Identities He said
Dial and Caldwell are former
students and former football
players at Memphis Tech Hleh
School and Dial Is a former Gold-
en Glover himself.
Reeves said his officers will at-
tempt to learn from these five the
names of other "wolf gang" mem-
bers.
Recently more than 150 parents
protested at church meetings
against the wave of beatings of
high school boys by gangs report-
ed to have numbered as high as
18 members.
Reeves offered protection for
any witness or victim who ml"h*
otherwise be afraid to revea'
identities of gang menders but
this failed to get result*.
quite get over being one. But I've
got a lot of friends In the Air
Force and I'm happy to serve
anywhere."
Foss, the first air ace to destroy
more enemy planes than Capt.
Eddie Rickenbacker did in World
War I, glanced at the picture of
his pretty wife and two young
daughters on his desk.
"I'm leaving a lot behind,' he
said quietly. "But so are a lot o
other men, and you might as well
face facts. Maybe If we hadn't
made some of the mistakes we've
made...
"When I went In last time,' he
said. "I didn't have a family and
I was nearly broke. Now I have
one and I'm leaving a good busi-
ness behind."
Since the war Foss has become
one of South Dakota's best known
citizens. Last summer he came
within an eyelash of winning the
Republican nomination for gov-
ernor, which is tantamount to
election In South Dakota. He
helped form the State's Air Na-
tional Guard, serving as Chief of
Staff.' And he built a small
freight arid passenger air service
into a highly-successful compaay
that lias 12 planes and employs
seven men,
Foss said many people misin-
terpreted his request to the Atr
Forne to be taken off the "no
combat" list.
"A lot of people thought I was
asking for the first boat to Ko-
rea," he said. "That wasn't quite
it. I want to go wherever devel-
opments take me and If its back
to combat, okay. But I want to
get off the list so I can be assign-
ed to something besides adminis-
tration or training. I want duty
with a tactical unit."
Nationalists Ask
UN Action to Slop
China Red Killings
TAIPEI, Formosa, March 12
(UP) Nationalist China de-
manded today that the United
Nations take Immediate and ef-
lective action against the Chi-
nese Communists for slaughter-
ing hundreds of thousands of
persons In a ruthless purge of
"unreliable" elements.
The Control Yuan, the high-
est supervisoiy body in the Na-
tionalist Government, submit-
ted Its demand to the UN at
Lake Success In a formal reso-
lution .
The Chinese delegation at
Lake Success was instructed to
follow lt up and ask the UN
to take action sufficiently stern
to stop the "inhuman atroci-
ties" of the Reds. The Nation-
alist complaint to the UN said:
"The Chinese Reds, madly yet
with determination, are pursu-
ing their avowed purpose of
killing 150,000,000 people."
The resolution reminded the
UN that missionaries of the
Western democracies were
among the victims.
The National 'Defense Minis-
try asserted on March 3 that
the communists had killed 1,000,
000 men on the mainland in the
last few months. The disclosure,
it was asserted, came from first
hand Information.
Last Monday the defense mi-
nistry said that out of this es-
timated total victims In the
red purge 200.000 had been Iden-
tified with the aid of National-
ist agents operating under-
ground on the mainland.
Last Thursday the Defense
Ministry asserted that In De-
cember the Communists killed
196.000 persons in three south-
ern provinces alone.
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COLLEGE HAS "INDIAN LIST"
ANN ARBOR. Mich. (UP)The
University of Michigan Is furn-
ishing every bar In Ann Arbor
with a list of students under 21.
If a student Is on the list he
doesn't get served. "We're not
trying to catch people," said the
associate dean. Walter B. Rea.
"We're Just trying to help them
keep out of trouble."
Maids of All Work
ON AND OFF WAGON
DENTN, Tex. (UP) Virgil
Townsend was on the water wag-
on all right but he still was fined
far driving while Intoxicated.
Townsend backed the water wag-
on Into the home of J W. Brown.
These American Janlar Red Cross volunteers are about to cook
breakfast for Hood victims at a Red Cross disaster shelter. They and
ether members of their group aro also trained in home nursing, life-
laving, and first aid.
Racial Segration In South
Facing Crucial Legal Test
COLUMBIA, 8.C.. Mar. 12 (UP)
The South's explosive Issue of
racial segregation In public
schools was heading In South Ca-
rolina today for a showdown
which may be decided by the UJ3.
8upreme Court this year.
A federal tribunal In May will
test one of the strongest legal at-
tacks yet made upon the 75-year-
old principle of segregation In
public schools In a pase that ul-
timately may affect 17 southern
states.
The suit pits Gov. James F.
Byrnes, former US. Supreme
Court Justice, against the Na-
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People,
which is using its top legal ad-
viser, Thurgood Marshall.
Byrnes, In the background. Is
marshalling everv resource of the
state. Responsible South Caroli-
neans are aware of the stakes,
and know "this is it" as far as
public school segregation Is con-
cerned.
Many persons believe this Is
the reason Byrnes came out of re-
tirement to become Governor at
71, after serving as U. S. Senator,
Secretary of State, Assistant to
President F. D. Roosevelt and Su-
preme Court Justice.
Squarelv In the middle of the
legal battle Is Federal Judge J.
Waties Waring of Charleston, who
In 1947 made himself unpopular
with a large segment of the
state's white population by rul-
ing out the all-white primary
Waring has ordered the suit
heard May 28 by a tribunal In-
cluding himself, Circuit Judge
John J. Parker of Charlotte. N.C..
and District Judge George B.
Timmerman of Columbia.
Marshall and other NAACP at-
torneys filed the suit in Warlngs
court last December on behalf of
Negro parents of Clarendon
County, a rural community with
more Negroes than whites.
They demanded an end of seg-
regation Itself, declaring lt to be
discriminatory. Instead of de-
manding the "equal" through se-
parate school facilities that oth-
er discrimination suits In the
South have demanded.
Regardless of which side wins,
the decision will be appealed to
the U. S. Supreme Court, which Is
expected to get the case by fall
and render a decision before 1952.
South Carolina, under Byrnes'
leadership, Is racing against tlmp
to prepare a defense that will
prove the state is determined to
provide Negroes "separate but
equal" school facilities.
A school Improvement program
now nearing passage in the legis-
lature includes a $75.000,000
school building and transporta-
tion program designed to equal-
ize and improve school facilities.
Byrnes labeled this program
"absolutely essential" to the de-
fense of a segregation prlnclole
written Into the state constitu-
tion.
In his Inaugural address.
Byrnes said. "'We will find a law-
ful way of educating all of South
Carolina's children and at tbe
same time providing separate
schools for the races."
He blamed the efforts to over-
throw segregation on "politicians
in Washington and the Negro
agitators in South Carolina."
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KEY WEST, Fla.. March 12,
(UP) President Harry Truman
yesterday set In motion a vast
program for building an atomic-
age fleet. Including a super air-
craft carrier capable of launch-
ing atomic bombers.
Mr. Truman signed a bill au-
thorizing an immediate start on a
$2,000,000,000 naval expansion
program. It calls for 500,000 tons
in new naval construction, in
eluding a 57,000 to 60,000-ton car-
rier, and modernizing 1,000,000
tons of existing ships.
This is by far the biggest na-
val construction program under-
taken by the United States in
peacetime.
The program will take two
years to complete.
The big carrier, however, will
not be completed for 3-i years. It
will replace the 65,000 USS Uni-
ted States which was cancelled
bx Defense Secretary Louis John-
son in 1949 after the keel had
been laid.
Mr. Truman signed the bill late
Saturday, but lt was not an-
nounced until yesterday.
The Presidentthrough his
Press Secretary also batted
down reports that he has fired
mink-coated Mrs. E. Merl Young
as a White House stenographer.
The Little White House said Mrs.
Young's status hasn't changed,
but ;t refused to say whether she
has offered to resign or will be
transferred to another Job.
Mrs. Young Is the wife of the
former RFC expediter who has
been named In the Senate's RFC
investigation as a key figure in
"influencing" RFC members in
making government loans.
It was a busy Sunday for the
President. He attended services
at the 103-year-old First Baptist
Church of Key West, joined the
congregation in prayer and
hymn-singing and heard a ser-
mon by the Rev. George McNeil
Ray on "The Church or the
WorldWhich?"
Before going to church, Mr.
Truman:
1.Signed an order designating
Robert Ramspeck as Chairman
of the U.S. Civil Service Com-
mission.
2Accepted the resignation of
Judge William H. Hastie as U.S.
member of the Caribbean Com-
mission and named Alonzo G.
Moron, president of the Hampton
(Va.) Institute, to succeed him.
3.Got an up-to-date report
from Presidential Counsel Chas.
S. Murphy on the labor disputa
involving mobilization policies.
Murphy, who arrived here late
yesterday, had stayed behind in
Washington to handle negotia-
tions In the dispute.
White House Press Secretary
Joseph Short announced that Mr.
Truman late yesterday signed the
$2,000.000.000 naval expansion bill
authorizing construction of an
atomic-age fleet, including a su-
per-carrier capable of carrying
atomic bombers.
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Summit ffills SGs Wrap Up Inter-Club Bauble
Gun Club Notes
TOPI ( Am KIS FIRST PLACE
IN Hi BOR RIFLE TRY-OUT
Sturtevant Tpdhunter Todd. the old Texlcan Irom |1 Paso,
came down out of the back country around Big Tree Sunday
and showed 11 those young whipper snappers who was boss wltn
the big rifle. The match was a qualification and try-out over
Ule DCM course prior to next Sunday's big team match at Em-
pire.
Todd put on his usual act of walling, gnashing of teeth and
bea.ti.ng Ws forehead, on mother earth, and anyone wJe ,5
would have thought he was hitting everything but the target.
In the meantime all of his shots except six went into the black,
and in spite of his breast beating, he ended up with 189. When
Todd took up shooting, Hollywood lost an accomplished recruit.
What has Lana Turner got that Todd hasn't got wll, tne
. sports page is hardly the place to discuss that!
Five shooters fired 187. and unfortunately, they couldn't all
five pick up second place award. However, when the scores were
i'broken down and the ties broken. Fred Well of Balboa was in
' second place, and Paul LaRochelle of the Marines was third.
Set. Clayton Breckon of the Army, and Andrew Pompura and J.
R. Weeks of the Marines also fired 187.
Preparations are going forward for the big team match to
be held on Sunday March 18th at the Empire Range over this
same course. It looks at present like there will be a good turn
"out. and it is expected that about 14 firing points will be used
Although the regular armv teams will be missing on account of
maneuver*, there will be some army men shooting as individuals
' i.d some under the colors o the Balboa Gun Club. Cristbal
? 'Will have a team present, in addition to the teams from Balboa.
"Marine Barracks and Albrook-Curundu Gun Clubs.
Petall* on the match are as follows 39 shot DCM qualifi-
cation course at 200 yards, clubs may enter either four or five
man teams, and in either case, four high scores count. Entry
lees are $2.00 per man. and half of this goes to pit operation
and half to awards. Any Individual who is an American citizen
aver 18 years of age may enter as an individual and compete for
;tyie individual awards.
It is rumored that Ihere mav be a new trophy donated to
' be fired for annually In this match, and if there are more de-
-tails available before match time they will be announced later.
' The big question now is. who is going to replace the 45th Cavalry
as reigning over the big bore shooters in 1951?
The individual scores in Sunday's try-out match were as fol-
iws;
Competitor Clue
Todd Balboa ....................
red Wells Balboa ..................
jul LaRochelle Marine Barracks .
drew Pompura Marine Barracks
yton Breckon Balboa ............
J. R. Weeks Marine Barracks ......
2rchle Turner Balboa ..............
*4K H. Duckworth Balboa ...........
I C Stringer Marine Barracks ....
TrU Jaffray Albrook-Curundu .....
Rob Harris Marine Barracks .......
Al Joyce Balboa ...................
Rey Perkins Cristobal ..............
Z Wayne Lucas Balboa ...............
- Lvman Jackson Balboa ............
2 William Wav Marine Barracks .....
.Bob Deming Albrook-Curundu ......
- Ted Albritton Balboa .............
. Rrvln Schrunk Marine Barrack ...
Jack Kills Marine Rarracks........
.John Fogarty Balboa .............
Jack O'Connell Balboa ............
Howard Stockett Albrook-Curundu .
Bill Merrlman Albrook-Curundu ...
Noel Gibson Cristobal .............
Lew Ryan Balboa .................
Cliff Brewster Albrook-Curundu ...
Joseph Dick Albrook-Curundu .....
Tom McNeill Balboa ...............
Virgil Worsham Albrook-Curundu .
Slow
55
53
Jb
55
51
56
52
55
51
54
54
52
53
50
54
49
54
53
47
49
51
49
30
53
50
49
46
46
46
40
Rapid
134
134
132
132
131
131
134
131
133
130
130
131
130
132
127
131
126
128
128
126
124
125
124
121
122
122
123
120
1M
109
Total
189
187
187
187
187
187
186
186
184
184
184
183
183
182
181
180
180
179
175
175
175
174
w
172
171
169
166
10
149
Baby Green Cops Bantamweight
Title By K.OHng Cesar Leal
i
Baby Green again outclassed!
Cesar Leal last nightbut this:
time at the Panam National
Gym for the bantamweight
championship of the Republic o;
Panam and by a knockout In
the fifth round.
Leal. 118-pound king of the Re-
public for the past five years,
was a heavy favorite to retain his
orown. However. Cesar seemed
only a shadow of the famed "Pun-
tillea" who used to knock 'em
kicking only a couple of years
ago.
Green, who usually makes
front 128 to 134 pounds, came In
at only US'a which was anoth-
er reason the bettors steered
e|ear of h(m. Leal was .Just un-
der the 118-pound limit at
117*..
The first round had little ac-
tlon as both boys studied each
other. The second and third were
better than the first but it was
Major League Owners
i Meet Today In Effort
To Elect Commissioner
MIAMI, Florida, March 12 (UP) laiaball's feud
with Commissioner A. I. Chandler reaches a climax today.
The 16 Major League dub owners will matt at Miami
to elect a Commissioner, lut there is doubt whether they
will succeed.
The meeting was called after the owners voted last
December not to renew Chandler's $65,000 a year contract
when it expires April 30th, 1952. At that time only nine
owners voted to renew Chandler's contract three short
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ing and now he is a candidate to succeed himself. Some
30 other names will be submitted to the owners as candi-
dates for the post.
A source close to the Commissioner says Chandler is
confident he will be re-elected this time.
Green.
Leal had a slight edge In the
first three rounds by virtue of
several looping overhand lefts
which landed and more aggres-
slveness. Cesar twice hit Green
flush on the jaw with his onoe
famous haymaker but the blows
didn't even stagger Green.
The "Babe" came out fast for
the fourth. He met Leal in the
center of the ring and immedi-
ately started to take over after
several brisk exchanges.
Green decidedly had the edge
In the exchanges, in the infight-
ing and landed the more solid
blows when thev sparred at a dis- i
tance. At the end of the fourth.,
each lad had a lump under an I
eye. Green's right eye started to
get puffy and Leal's left orbit
started to close.
The fifth was a repetition of
the fourth until the end came.
After several thrilling exchangee
In which both fighters slugged it
out toe-to-toe, Green maneuver-
ed Leal into a corner and landed
several terrific body blows that
doubled up Cesar. A flurry of
rights and lefts to the Jaw sent
Leal crumpling to the floor.
While the referee tolled off
the count. Leal floundered
around on the canvas and wax
stafferint to his feet and half
hanflnc against the ropes
when Referee Rogelio Pinzn
yelled, "Ten."
Jr. College Coach
Honored By Student
Association Of CZ
At a farewell dance given in
honor of their athletic coach, the
Student Association of the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College present-
ed Ed Beckman with a handsome
trophy. It was given in apprecia-
tion of his fine work as coach of
all sports at Junior College dur-
ing the past three years enabl-
ing them to field winning teams
and tu acquire a showcase full of
trophies.
Beckman revealed that he has
accepted a position as teacher
and coach at Key West High
School in Florida. He will leave
i the Isthmus on March 23 and be-
gin spring football practice at
Key west on April 1. Key West
High has never had a football
Leal and his handlers put un a I team so it will be up to the coach
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loud squawk, claiming that Ce-
sar was on his feet before the fin-
al countbut to no avail. Pin-
zn ruled a knockout. If the fight
had been continued Leal would
only receive a more severe beat-
ingat least, that was the con-
sensus of opinion.
At the end of the bout, Leal's
left eye was completely closed. His
right eye was semi-closed and he m
to introduce high school football
to this community of 20.000 peo-
ple.
It was pointed out bv Beckman
that Kev West is the closest high
school in the U.S.A. to the Canal
Zone and perhaps some games
could be scheduled with a local
school.

"You can tell from l in bimstlf. His clothes are neat and look at bit
shoes. Always well polished. Mark my words, that
man will get promotion."
No better clue to a smart man than well-polishex)
shoes! No shoe polish gives a more lasting thine than
Kiwi Made only from rhc ':i?st waxes and dvri
bled from the nose and mouth.
Green looked every bit a cham-
pion last night.
Sammy Medina scored a clear-
cut unanimous ten-round deci-
sion over Tolentino Diaz who
substituted for Luis Thompson.
Thompson weighed in at 13S
pounds against Sammy's 122'..
The Medina-Thompson contest
was listed as an elimination for
the 126-pound championship.
Thompson will have to be drop-
ped from the list of featherweight
contenders.
Here .main Sylvester Wallace
and his handler. Cecil McCalla.
were given the run-around.
Hallare, who is in steady train-
ing requested the chance to
meet Medina for the right to
clash with Kid Evans for the
feather title. However, Wallace
wasn't riven the break.
Instead. Diazmuch heavier
than Wallace at 130 poundswas
chosen to meet Medina. It devel-
oped that Tolentino had not
trained to fight. However, Diaz
put up a good showing against
Medina.
There were no knockdowns in
the Medina-Diaz bout but Sammy
staggered Tolentino on several
occasions,
The six-round sDecial between
Black Bill and Vicente Worrell
ended in a decision which had
many fans squawking. It was a
veritable "hometown" verdict,
since Bill Is from Colon and Wor-
rell from Panama.
Rill, weighing 124',. easllv
won at least four of the six
rounds. Just before the hell
rang to end the fifth. Worrell,
124. landed a short left to the
jaw which felled Bill in his own
corner.
Bill was out cold but the "ref" ,
didn't even get close to start
counting when the bell rang.
Black Bill's handlers worked over
him feverishly during the min-
ute's rest but their boy was re-
vived and went out to get an even
break in the last round.
The majority of the fans pro-
tested the decision. It was really
a 'cockeyed" decision.
The students and faculty of the
Junior College expressed their re-
gret In losing the coach as he is
extremely popular with all the
students on the Isthmus. The
dance was held at the Sailfish
Club and was well attended by
Junior College students and fac-
ulty as well as many high school
students.
James Milton punched out a
clear-cut split decision over Baby
Valentino In the four-round pre-
liminary. Milton weighed 1223
agairv. Valentine's 123'i. This
fight was real thriller from
start to finish.
Acevedo Arrives;
Works Out Today
At Panam Gym
World-famed Cuban feather-
weight Miguel Acevedo arrived at
th. Tocuiiien Airport at 3 a.m.
Sunday. Acevedo will meet Fede-
rico Hummer in a ten-round buut
at the Panama Olympic Stadium
in the first of a series ef bouts
here.
The flashy Cuban will work eut
at the Panama Gym this after-
aeon at 4 o'eloek. From Tuesday
through Friday he will be at the
Colon Arena.
The Plummer-Acevedo go will
be at a 130-pound limit. Temi
Olaeiregiil and up-and-coming
Lionel Peralta will clash In the
iix-rettnd semifinal.
Peralta, the latest 135-pound
cnsallen. has four winsthree
by knocMutin his only starts
as a pro.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACK
1-Julito S18.20, S8, $11.
2El Mono $9 40, $5.
3Bfalo $620
SECOND RACE
1Buenas Tardes $3.60, $3.
2Hoy o el Da $3.80.
First Doubles: (Jullto-Buenas
Tardes) 43.44.
THIRD RACE
1Tap Dancer $24.20, $2.60. $2.20.
2Romntico $2.20. $2.20.
3Cacique $220.
Third Race One-Two: (Tap
Danccr-Romantieo) $2$.
FOl RUI R*CE
1 Sin Fin $15.20, $6.60, $6. )
2Domino $6. $5.20.
3Tap Girl $8.S0.
Fourth Race Quiniela: (Sin
Fin-Domino) $25.K0.
FIFTH RACE
1Welsh Loch $6 40, $2.80.
2Pinard $2.40.
SIXTH RACE
1Camaru $5.80. $5. $3.
2Atason $7, $3.40.
3 In Time $2.80.
SEVENTH RACE
1Costina 240. 2 40.
2Tartufo $2.40.
Second Doubles: (Camaru-Cos-
tina) $12.
EIGHTH RACE
1Rechupete $8.40. 3.40. $2.60.
2Polvora/o 2.80, $2.20.
3- Suavo $2.80.
Eighth Race Quiniela: (Rechu-
pete-Polvorazn ) $11.
NINTH RACE
1Danescourt $20.40 $5. $5.40.
2Pulgarcito $2.80, $2.40.
3Pepsi Cola $6.
Ninth Race One-Two: (Danes -
court-Pularcito) $29.
TENTH RACE
1La Suerte $4.20. $2 80.
2 Hechicera $5.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Dictador $2.40.
JUNIOR LEAGUE
BASEBALL
Gamboa and Anton "" Teams
At stadium Today
The Gamboa and Ancon league
leaders in their respective Physi-
cal Education and Recreation Ju-
nior Baseball Areas will plav at
the Balboa Stadium this after-
noon at 4 o'clock to determine
the B' League Jr. Baseball Cham*
pianship fur the Pacific side of
the Canal Zone.
The winners of these game will
plav at the Mount Hope Stadium
on Saturday. March 17. with the
winner declared champions of
the Canal Zone.
Teams winning the Mount Hope
scheduled games will be crowned
"B." "C." and "D" All-Area Phy-
sical Education Jr. Baseball Lea-
gue leaders and each respective
unit will receive as In previous
years the traditional gold medals
from the American Legion, plus a
"nltch" on the traveling Health
Department Trophy. The trophy
presently is Indeed at the Ancon.
Balboa and Cristobal schools
which means the trophy must be
won by the same school twice for
permanent possession.
Competition In the Balboa and
Ancon "B" teams will be keenly
contested at the stadium with
Coach Charlie Connors and
Frederick Mead, who handle the
Ancon and Gamboa teams re-
spectively making a bare mini-
mum of comments.
Gamboa roster: Bob Connors.
David Henderson. Jeff Goodin.
James Morris. Dick Shobe, Lannv
Gun. Fernando. Martines. Robert
Shirer, Al Hope, Henrv Ehrman.
James Suddaby and Richard
Gramllch.
Ancon roster. Lambert Montl-
vanl. J. Steele, K. Meniel. Don
Morton, Slon Hararl. Henry Pes-
cod. E. Arias. Al Roux. C. Mac-
donald, R. Boyd. R. Gonzalez, J.
Tarn and Pedro Perez* Official for
"B" League games: PlateNev-
ille: bases J. Capello and Hol-
mer.
The public Is cordially invited
by Director of Physical Educa-
tion and Recreation Section G. C.
Lockrldge to attend all Jr. League
baseball games and root for their
favorite teams.
Panama's Team Of Stars'
Dethroned At Fort Amador
Panama.......
Summit Bills....... 20Vt
Brazos Brook....... 94
Amador......... io
Fort Davis........ ------
STANDING
At
Davi
30
Summit Braios Amador Total
20 ft
2,
194 1IV| O'i
26 46
----- 41
4 "2
The SHSGs (Summit Hills Sweater Girls) today were well on
the way to winning the 1831 Inter-Club Matches championship
following yesterday's accomplishment of the impossible at Fort
Amador.
The SGs took a distinct liking to the hard and fast Amador
layout and smacked might.v Panama W: to 13'j to rock the
vaunted Panama Club giants back on their heels for the first
time into these many years.
Aneon Blue Devils Nip
Curundu "D" Team, 7-6
In one of the hottest contested
battles in the Physical Education
and Recreation Junior Baseball
League during the current sea-
son, the Ancon "D" team came
from behind to edge a fighting
Curundu nine by the score of 7
to 6.
In the Ancon-Curundu melee,
both aggregations were on the
over-confident side, due to the
Importance of the game, however.
Hayden. pitcher for Curundu did
a bang-up job behind strong sup-
port of his team holding the Blue
Devils to a score of 6 to 1 going
Into the fourth inning.
In the fourth the Ancon team
suddenly awoke to the situation
with Rene Henrlquez slashing the
ball to deep center field for a
round-trlpper. Lopez. Nahmond,
Davis and Mead all contributed
a hit and a run for a 6 to 6 dead-
lock in the fifth and extra In-
ning.
In the sixth inning little Ron-
nie Mead, the mighty mite held
Coach Pialas team In tow and
retired the side in grand fash-
ion. The end of the sixth saw lit-
tle eleven-year-old Dickie Duran
draw a walk, steal second and
third, and brought home by a
Texas leaguer hit by his bigger
brother Paul Duran, thus ending
the ball game. Score 7 to 6.
Batteries for Ancon: Ronnie
Mead and Paul Duran. Curundu:
Havden and R. Hayden.
Officials: Duane Rlgby. Juan
Carzola and George Selcis. Scor-
er: Steve Oergenl.
The box score:
"D" LEAGUE
Curundo AB
Frongioni. cf...... 4
Reg. Havden, c .. .. 1
Kaska.3b........ 4
R. Hayden, p...... 4
Best.ss.......... 4
Zigfrid. If........ 3
Tschudy. lb...... 2
Wlnford. rf....... 3
Jones, 2b........ 3
The win gave Summit a big
edge In the corresponding plav
of Ihe two teams and, although
the tournament is not officially
over until next Sunday, the situ-
ation Is all but wrapped up In a
neat little cellophane package.
AU the sweater-olad beerboys
have to do next Sunday Is get 23
points from a woebegone Fort
Davis outfit that so far has had
mucho trouble even gattlng 20
players to use the overlapping
grip (they were short three yes-
terday when Brazos Brook took
26 points).
And jo the title most certainly
will leave the rolling Sabanas and
wind up in Summit where every-
one agrees it is richly deserved.
The Summlteers really whoop-
ed up the tournament spirit this
year and went after the bunting
with a vengeance. They startled
Brazos on opening day, crushed
Amador the next time out, and
yesterday stopped cold the star-
laden Panama powerhouse.
Undaunted and unmoved by
Panama's scintillating lineup,
the SGs appeared on the scene
with their regular roster. Riled
up perhaps (or maybe RHeved up1
by the talk Panam would, knock
them kicking, they promptly pro-
ceeded to Jump out in front and
Summit Hills18> i
Geo. Rlley-Hochstedler. .
Mullet-Bishop......
R. W. Thompson-Lally. .
J. Rlley-LeBrun......
Smith-Moran.......
Saarinen-Mahoney. .
Spain-Ridge. ......
Durham-Collins......
Trim-Trim........
Jankus-Judson......
Fort Davis4
Kullkowskl-Thompson .
Mau-Rlley...... .
Mandeville-Llvingston .
Doerr-McCarthy. . .
Cantrell-Bradley. .
Slaughter-No Partner.
Higglnbotham-Nelson. ,
Shultz-Pugh......
Hunter-Biggs. ,
Loucks-No Partner. ,
4
3
14
14
2
1
3
1
0
184
0
0
0
0
24
\
1
0
0
were never headed.
George RUey. of the long-leg-
ged brothers, led the parade by-
teaming with "apt. Gene Hoch-
stedler to smack the No. 1 man of
them all, Johnny MacMurray,
and his partner George Novey, for
all three points. j
Doc Mitten, teaming with Lui*
Chandeck, was another of Pan-
ama's shining stars to plummet.
The Doc was brought down to
size by the stout combination of
DiQk Thompson and Jack Lally.
Still another toughie combina-
tion that fell was that of Pro An-
bal Macarrn and Thatcher 0?to-
be* who just couldn't put out th*
fire when Al (The Hati Saarlner
and Dave "Roundhouse" Mahon-
ey started burning up the course
on the in nine.
Panam made one sweep when
Doc Gerrans and Syl Bubb team-
ed up beautifully and they had
other wins and splits here and
there but they couldn't pub
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they conquered and today th*
Isthmian golfers doffed their caps
to them. It was a jab well don*,
and It put a lot of life back Into
Inter-Club play.
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Jim Ferrier Cops
Miami Beach Open
BY FRANK EIDGE. JR
United Press Sports Writer
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., Mar. 12
Jim Ferrier. San Francisco, play-
ing one of the hottest golf streaks
of nls career, won a fighting vic-
tory in the Miami Beach Open
yesterday, his second champion-
ship In a row.
Ferrier, a. rangy immigrant
from Australia, finished with a
72-hole total of 273 to win by one
stroke.
He led by only one stroke at
the three-quarter mark and four
fine golfers. Including the formi-
dable Sam Snead. were within at
least two shots striking distance.
But "Big Jim'' stuck out his
chin and hammered in a final
round 69. three strokes under par
against Snead's 68. It was a clear-
cut victory, however, because
Ferrier was four under par and a
certain winner before getting a
bogey on the final hole.
Ferrler's $2,000 first prize, plus
a like amount collected from his
St. Petersburg Open victory last
week, moved nlm closer to Lloyd
Mangrum of Chicago at the top
of the 1951 golf money list. Fer-:
rler now has $6,282.50. while Man-
grum collected $308 yesterday to
bank $7,126.33 for the year.
Tied with Snead. of White Sul-
phur 8prings, W. Va., in second
Slace was Chuck Klein of San An-
unio. Tex., who shot a 6. Their
274 totals were worth $1,200 each.
Tommy Bolt of Durham, N. C,
came in with a 69276 for fourth
money of $880.
Ferrler's victory marked the
first time he had ever won two
tournaments in a row. He admit-
ted he was playing the "hottest
streak" of his career.
Tied with fourth place 279s
worth $565 each were: Earl Chris-
tiansen. Miami, with a 70 yester-
day: Bob Toskl, Northampton.
Mass.. 70; Jack Burke. Jr.. Hous-
ton. 71: and Al Bessellnk, Mt. Cle-
mens, Mich.. 73.
Other leaders were:
Marty Furgol. Long Beach, Cal..
66280. $308.
Cary Middlecoff, Memphis,
68 280. $308.
Llovd Mangrum, Chicago, 70
280. $308.
Al Brosch, Garden City, N. T
71280, $308.
Ed Furgol. Royal Oak, Mich..
74280. $308.
E. J. Harrison. St. Andrews, 111..
03281. $150.
Ed Oliver, Seattle. 67281. $150,
j Jim Turuesa, BriarcUff, N. Y.,
Along The Fairways
FORT AMADOR WOMEN'S '
HANDICAP TOURNAMENT
The qualifying round In th*
Women's Handicap Tournament
at Fort Amador was completed
on Thursday, March 8. In spite of
the high winds, and confusion
due to a men's tournament which
was also in progress on th*
course, some excellent scores
were turned In.
Sue Johnston won medalist
honors with a 91-2417. Eileen
De Luca had a fine round of 98-
2969 to place second.
The "Approaching and Putt-
ing'' contest ended in a tie be-
tween Rebecca Peacher and VIS
Ossenfort. the winner to be de-
cided by a playoff.
The "Hole In One" contest
proved a bit disappointing due to
the terrific wind which carried
most of the shots to strang*
places. Tardle Armstrong won
this contest by having a ball on
the green nearest the cup.
First round matches must b*
completed by Thursday after-
noon, March 15.
The net winners for the day
were:
First It-Hole Flight
Sue Johnston.
Bee Tyrrell.
Louise Reynolds.
Second 18-Hole Flight
Eileen De Luca.
Rebecca Peacher.
Nine-Hole Flight
Celeste Lyman.
68-281. $164).
Earl Stewart. Jr.. Dallas, 68
281. $150.
Wally Ulrich. St. Paul, Minn.,
70281. $150.
Walter Burkemo, Detroit. 71
281. $150.
Jim Bradley. Chicago, 88282,
$25.
Joe Klrkwood. Jr., Hollywood,
Cal.. 70-283, $25.
Doug Ford, Yonkers, N.Y., 7J
282. $25.
Skim
In Tht
PANAMA AMERICAN


MONDAY. MARCH It. 1151
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Austin, Tesas-
Departures
Rooolfo P- Htrbruger, Minu-
ter of Finance and the Treaaur-
er and former Ambassador or
Pan.ma to tht United State, left
Saturday by airplane for Wash-
ington, DC.
Leaving 8unday by airplane
for OuaVemala CHy wm_ Oscar
Benlita lone. Mlnlater of Qua-
temala at Panama.
Mr. and Mn. Clark
Vlaitera Here
Mr. and Mr. Howard Clark of
Syracuse, New York, arrived this
morning on the 88 'Cristbal
lor a short visit in Panama. Tht y
are slopping at Hotel El Panama.
Knitiemtnt Announced
in Panama *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Healy
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Maria TrA,
to Roberto Alemn, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Julio Alemn. The an-
nouncement was made Friday
evening to members of tht two
familiea. both of which are pro-
minent in social circles of Pana-
ma. ______
Farewell Party
If Mra. Lambert
Mr. A. R. Lombrola and Miss
Ruth Crtasy tnttrtalntd a group
of fritnds at a oofftt party given
Saturday morning at Mrs. Lam-
brotas ratldenct on Baiboa
Htlghta as a fartwtll for, Mr.
Kent Lambert. Jr.
fc;
and Mrs. Lambert and
their children are sailing Friday
on the SS Cristobal to maw their
home in the United States. They
will first visit In Chestertown,
Maryland, with Mr. Lambert's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ICetit
Lambert, former resident of the
Canal Zone. Later they wiU visit
Mrs. Lambert's mother and other
relatives In Ohio before deciding
where they will reside, Mr. and
Mrs. Lambert will go Wednesday
to Crlshtobal where they will be
the guests of friends until their
sailing Friday.
Former Resident
Visit* Here
Mrs. Ernest I. Dupont of Wil-
mington, Delaware, the ornrmr
Virginia DarUng. arrived today
from New York to visit her bro-
ther and alater-fn-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Dashwood P. Darling, in Co-
lon. Mrs. Dupont resided here
with her parents, Mrs. 8amuel T.
Darling and the late Dr. Darling,
during construction days.
Entertain at El Valle ,
Mr. and Mrs. CamiloCuelgue-
Jeu entertained a group of their
friend at a buffet given Satur-
day at their country home in El
Valle.
Birthday Luncheon
Mr. R. j. Straus gave a lunch-
ton at htr home in Balboa Mar.
9 for her daughter, Ruth Ida, on
the occasion of htr 1Kb birth-
day anniversary. .
The gutit list Included Mr. C
0. Jultra, Mr. Lewli Charles.
Nin Drown, Barbara Vltch. al-
ly MoConnell and Margaret
Straus.
Meeting Thursday at
Bella Vista Children's leas
The Board of Administrator
and Community Worker of the
Bella Vista Chlldrtn's Homt win
meet at tht Homt for business
and coffte Thursday (matead cf
Wtdntsday at 9:30 a.m.
Community workers are asked
to bring their rtports to the met' -
lng Instead of sending them to
Mr. Newcomer.
Paintings Hang
In J. W. B. Gallery
A group of paintings by Elinor
Blennerhaasett, wife of the Brit-
ish pro-consul In Colon, John D
Blennerhaasett. are now hung In
tht gallery of the Jewish Welfare
Board Armed Forcts Service
Center, La Boca Road. Balboa.
Tlvoll Hotel
Will Give
Easter Ball
The public is Invited to see the
painting which will be on exhi
bitlon through Saturday night,
included In the group are three
portrait and several landscape
of Panama and Jamaica. The ex-
hibition is sponsored jointly by
the Canal Zone Art League and
the J. W. B. Oallery-
tanta Crab Meet
This Evening-
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold a regular meeting tonight at
7:30 in the Library of the J.W.rJ.
Oueats are always welcome at
stamp Club meeting.
DupUcata Brtdse Tonight
All bridge player are invited
to take part in the duplicate con-
tract bridge tournament to oe
njaved tonight at 6:45 at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouae.
W Up
Your Hearts
Mist Xewlln Hostess
at Ten and Shower
Miss Clara Thomas, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thomas of
Bella Vista, was given a tea and
miscellaneous shower Sunday af-
ternoon by Miss Betty Newlln of
Balboa. The party was held in
the Fern Room of the Hotel Tl-
voll Miss Thomas wUl leave soon
for the United States where her
marriage to Mr. Claude Preston
will take place.
With the guest of honor Mls
Newlln entertained Miss Linda
Appin. Miss Ruth Balschun. Miss
Doris Chan. Miss Mary Davis.
Miss Cary Frensly, Miss Ruth Mc -
Arthur, Miss Vllma Rosania. MUs
Lorraine Terry, Miss Joan Glo-
on. Mrs. W. H. Newlln, Mn.
Ruth Maloney, Mrs. Mavis Fort-
ner, Mrs. Anne DeLa Mater. Mrs.
Oean Karch and Mrs. Ted Me-
la nson.
Supper Party
at Las Cumbres
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lloyd
Richard gave a buffet supper Sa-
turday evening at their residence
in Las Cumbres for a small group
of their friends.
The management of the Tivo-
li Hotel announces an Easter Bail
to be held March 30 from 8 p.m.
to l a.m.
Hugh Howard and his 12-piece
society orchestra, featuring Ru-
dy Gentle on tht tenor sax will
furnish the music. Howard wUl
also provide entertainment tor ,
the program, featuring Professor |
Leo Cardona, playing the well
known, Warsaw Concerto. Isaac
Ostrowiac outstanding young
concert violinist and winner of
' the Smoot Hunnlcutt Search For
Talent Finals will present a short
concert.
Dinner music will be provided
before the dance by two well
known concert artists from the
Conservatory Of Musk of Pana-
ma.
Rejervations for the Tlvoll Ho-
tel Easter BaU may be made by
calling, Balboa 2111.
(A Unten feature gf the Pa-
nama. American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookaon. Episco-
pal Church ef Our Saviour, New
Cristbal.)
THE HEALING OF WOUND
"Than said Jesus. Father, for-
give them, for they knew not
what they do. St. Luke 23:34.
consider the spiritual scare
Christ our Lord has borne for u.
They go much deeper than tht
physical wound that He bore for
us on Calvary. The care of In-
difference "What, could ye not
watch with me ope hour?": of
Disloyalty Peter and his de-
nial; of Hate Judas-and the.
Last Supper; of Injustice tho
Trials of Jesu.
Pity relaxes clenched fist and
clung thtm Into hand clasp-
ed in prayer, it leads even US In-
to the ability to pray for those
who have deeply injured either
ouraelves or our loved ones. 'Fa-
ther, forgive them, for they know
not what they do."
Truly, the perpetrator of mean-
ness or cruelty does NOT know
what he is doing. He never fore-
see the full train of result toa;
he set in motion. His imagina-
tion ha not been sensitized to
enter into the suffering that he
is causing.
He knows not, moreover, wl>a*.
he is doing to HIMSELF; how he
s starving and distorting his own
spirit. He doe not even see It
yetenough to cry out for for-
giveness. Another must pray for
him: "Father, forgive him, for
he knows not....'.'
The moment we take that pray-
er upon our lip, we realize that
only One ever had the right to
pray It without adding: "Fa'.her,
forgive ME, for I know not what
I do."
When we have reached the
point of Intercession for the
person whom we once "hated,
we find that our real place Is not
up on a pedestal but down beside
him. likewise In need of our Fa-
ther's forgiveness. Pray that God
wl help you heal the wounds
caused by indifference, disloyal-
ty, hate, or Injustice.
^Mtlantic S^ociet
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MBS. HUMPHREY HONORED WITH SHOWER
Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Owen Tolbtrt of Fort Gu-
llck were hetUsee fer a shower Iven in honor of Mr. Ar-
thur MurnPhrey.me ^ ^
decorations and repeated In the gladioli centerpiece of the
buffet table.
The guests were: Mrs. Russell
Mann. Mrs. Paul Lyndon. Mri.
Jay Comsley. Mrs. Donald Dewey,
Mrs. Fred Crumley. Mrs. E. De
Prisco, Mra. D. Burkehead, Mr.
Duane Mundkowsky, Mra. Harry
Copare, Mrs. Donald Smolka and
Mrs. Charle Shankl.
Aycock. Walter Kuhrt. Casey
Zimmerman. Paul Whltlock. Pete
Johnson. Vernon Bryant. Jimmy
Ramsey. Tom Jenkins, Bob Bai-
ley, Talmadge Salter and Carl ton
Croft.
NEWLVWEDS. Mr. and Mr. Jack D. Uwson, who mar-
riage took place on March 3 at the Flrat BaptUt Church in
C*Mrs. lawon I. the former Judy Vaue. dauibter of Dr.
Publio Vaatuiai of Bella Vleta. while her huaband Is the son
of Mr and Mrs. William E. Lswton o* Grand Prairie, Texas.
a'so .how" are Acis Rathtry. the maW jf **, -
bearer Engelbert Franhen. nephew of the bride, and flower
girl Noeml Arjona. The best man wsi ******jMnr.
Mr. and Mr. Lawson will make their residence In Co-
rundu. ______.
Wheris Nude Not Quite Nude,
London And Paris Both Ask
By ROBERT MU8EL
Pacific Literary
Club Activities
WUl Be Renewed
Plan are being made to re-
sume the activities of the Pacific
Literary Club In the near future.
Founded in 1931, the club ha.;
had many periods of Inactivity,
but a nucleus of interested mem-
bers has carried on Its work.
Recently, the club held a meet-
ing at the home of Frank Austin
and Mrs. Austin. Future meetings
are planned at a convenient lo-
caUty.
' LONDON. March 12, (UP)
Britain and France are at odds cm
a question of international im-
portance how nude does a
show girl have to be before you
can call her nude?
The problem, which has not
yet touched the diplomatic level,
arose because this year for the
first time in its long history the
Folies Bergere is being staged by
the Brlitsh for a London run be-
fore crossing the Channel to Pa-
ris.
That means that the costumes,
or lack of costumes, devised by
the British will have to suit
French audience a well. It ap-
pears that what passes for nude, y
In one place may only be prudery
in the other.
Last year the Folies carne this
way from Paris and the pro-
ducer, Dick Hurran, sheared a
g-strlng a bit here and there
and discarded a handful of se-
quin which the French Insist-
ed were necessary to achieve a
fine balance of image and im-
agination.
For days Hurran has toyed with
strips of gold kid leather and dia-
mante Jewelry trying to figure
out how to cover the most with
the least.
RAW DREAM STALKING
OMAHA. Neb. (UP)A three-
year-old girl was suffering from
the after-effects of a super-dup-
er nightmare here. Sharon John-
son saw a few too many goblins
In her bad dream and toppled
from her bed. She was rushed to
a hospital and treated for head
cuts.
CHlUeN
THE FAVORS
DESSERT
OF MIUIONS"
LUX
VENETIAN BLINDS
35 x 64 Inches
38 x 4 Inches
40 x 64 Inches
42 x 64 Inches
' 34 z 72 Inches
36 x 72 Inches
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
fel. 3-1713 #22 East 28th 8t.
"What a problem," he groaned,
craning his neck at Georgette i
James, whose red-head tower a-
bove the snow Une.
We British have forthright
tastes Just as in food. Give us
plain roast beef and we're hap-
py. Th French are difieren-..
They like delicate sauces. Now we
like nudes that are nudes. The
French prefer a tiny element of
mystery as well.
"Under our cod, shew girrs
need wear nothing at aU If they
stand absolutely still. But in
deference to our sities, In peace
and war, we are going to scat-
ter a few millionyes million
sequins and some of this fan-
cy leather."
Hurran said It take millions of
sequins to make any Impression
on the six-feet, four-inch pink
expanse of Mis Jame or the
blonde and brunette loveliness -
in that orderof two other alx-
footers. Helena (Teacupsi Temp-
est and Bernlce Chapman, plus
the twenty rune other girls.
A visitor at the costume call re-
marked that there seemed to be
more than 32 girls milling about.
"No." said Hurrjn. "Just count
everything in sight and divide by
two."
Coco Solo Ladle Club Meeting
The regular luncheon meeting
of the Coco Solo Ladles Club was
held Friday at the officers club
with Mrs. Robert Fahle and Mrs
I. J. Frankel as co-hostesses.
A spring theme was used on
the luncheon table with minia-
ture spring bonnets, Easter *Rg*
and an Easter bunny carrying
out the motif.
Mrs. P. L. Balay, president of
the club, prealded at the business
meeting. At thl time Mra. Neal
Farwetl id goodbye to the
group. She has been visiting her
son and daughter-in-law. Com-
mander and Mr. C- B. Farwell on
the Station.
Several new members Joined
the club. They were: Mr. Tho-
mas Meagher, Mrs. L. D. Jen-
nings, Mrs. Roy Nielsen. Mrs.
Frank Kraft, Mr. George Ellis
and Mr. E. O. Huldquist.
Plans were made for a cocktail
party to be given March 17.
Announcement of Local Interest
Sergeant and Mrs. David R Di-
Roma of 190 Edwards Ate., Lon<{
Branch, N. J., announce the birth
of their second set of twins, a
boy and a girl, on March 5. Tliey
have six children and this is the
first daughter.
Mrs. DlRoma U the former
Miss Eula Mae Calleway. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William II.
Calloway of Magnolia Springs,
Ala-, formerly of Gatun.
Mickey Cunningham
Celebrates Tenth Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cunning-
ham of Gatun. arranged a party
t the Gatun Clubhouse Satur-
day evening, preceding the mov-
ing picture show, for their ?on
Mickey, to celebrate his tenth
birthday anniversary.
The boys who celebrated with
the honoree are members of the
Cub pack. They were: Gilbert O'-
Sulllvan. Eddie and John Mar-
shal, WilUam and Arthur Law-
rence. Michael La Crolx, Paul
Kunkle, John P. Hawthorne. Bil-
ly Thrift. Brian McNamee, Jtck
Wllloughby and George Cotton.
rest, Mrs. Bessie Betancourt and
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Slocum spent
the weekend at the Bealer Cot-
tage at El Valle.
Captain and Mrs. Farwell
Return to State
Captain and Mrs. Neal B. Far-
well, who have been visiting their
on and daughter-in-law. Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Farwell of
the Coco Solo Naval Station, left
the Isthmus Saturday en rout
to California. They will visit
friends in San Diego and their
daughter in 8an Francisco, be-
fore returning to their home la
Washington, D.C.
Coral Chapter Meeting
The Stated Meeting of Coral
Chapter No. 3, Order of the East-
ern Star. wiU be held at the Gav-
tun Masonic Temple tomorrow
evening.
Mrs. Mae Fahnestock wUl pre-
side at the business meeting and
installation of officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Whltaker
Complimented with Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henrlqucz
entertained with a dinner at their
home In Colon Friday evening
complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph P. Whltaker of Providence,
R.I.
Mr. and Mr. Whltaker are vis-
iting their son and daughter-in-
law, the American vice-consul at
Colon and Mrs. Charles H. Whlt-
aker.
Dinner Honors Mrs. Betancourt
Mrs. Bessie F. Betancourt, who
1 the house guest of Captain and
Mrs. Floyd Forrest of Gatun, was
complimented with an Informs 1
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. G.
O. Thomas Sunday evening.
Also present were: Mr. and Mrs.
George Pool Sr., Mr. and Mrs
Arnold Hudglns. and Captain and
Mrs. Forrest.
Duplicate Games at Margarita
Monday evening Is Duplica; e
bridge night at the Margarita
Clubhouse All bridge enthusiasts
are Invited to Join th weekly
meeting.
The high scorer last week
were: North and South, Mr. L E.
Cottreil and Mrs. Julius Loeb;
Mrs. L. E. Cottreil and Mr. W. E.
Gibson; Mr. John Fahnestock
with Mrs. Garland Orr.
East and West: Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Mlllspaugh: Mr. Thomas
A. Orr and Mr. O O. Brown and
Mrs. Henry Hart wig and Mrs. H.
F. Oreen.
St. Patrick's Dance
The Knight of Columbus,
Council No. 1688 Is sponsoring
the 38th Annual St. Patrick's Day
Ball to be given at the Elks Honia
at Brazos Heights. March .17,
starting at 8:00 p.m.
There will be entertainment,
dancing and door prizes. Price
of admission is a dollar per per-
son and tickets may be obtained
at the door.
Gatun Civic Theater
to Present Drama
The Gatun Civic Theater will
present "An Inspector Calls"'Un-
der the direction of Mrs. Dorothy
Therlot, Thursday evening. Tho
curtain will rise at 8:00 p.m. at
the Gatun Clubhouse Theater.
Tickets are $1.00 each and muy
be reserved by calling 5-296. .
Returned from El Vallt
Captain and Mrs. Floyd Fo--
Miss Virginia Fahle Entertain
Miss Virginia Fahle. daughter,
of captain and Mrs. Robert Fah'e .
of.Colon Beach, entertained a '
froup of friends with an even-
ng of dancing and refreshments
Friday at the home of her par-
ents.
Her guests were: Miss Nancy
and Mrs. John Ladd of Ancon,
with Misses Karen Stroop. Nancy
Karlger, Nancy Ramsey. Merce-
des Peterson and Joan ReccU.
Margaret Ridge, Barbara Hickey.
Jackie Boyle and Messrs Richard
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. Oscar M. Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. (ilynn L. Terrell
and- Family, Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Seigle wish lo
express their sincere appreciation to their many friends,
organizations, doctors and nurses of (torgas Hospital
for all kindness shown daring their recent bereavement.
A LITTLE
SCRATCH?
Today is gffl day!
IUTS
Dost neglect ill
Ourd iftintt infection with
A 6d00
BREAKFAST AT SEVEN-
BETTEJ? GRADES
AT ELEVEN.

I EAT
NUTS,
Ff?UlT,GPAPE-
BUTTEPED TOAST^
ANP MILK/*
tOOVIPff AJOUT TO V TMf **A6S P*UY KOP D.lici.ut, notfrithlnf GRAPE
NUTS make a hit with the
whole family I And GRAPE
NUTS I only one of the 7-dif-
feraot varieties of ingle oarv-
ing package in POST-TENS!
7 varietiei-
10 pe****" I
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EVERT KNOCK A BOOST
BINGHAMFTON, N. Y. (P
Th proprietor of a camera shop
here ha shown he has a good
sense of humor. Twice In one!
month, A. Russell Tuthlll's store
window was smashed and two
valuable cameras stolen. Nothing
daunted, the merchant put a sign
In the shattered window reading:
"Even thieve know good mer-
chandise."
CHEW THIS TASTY
GUM tAXATIVE
r nick MW from O Palna,
, Staggisaiies*
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Vh suiet fiom ihe
miseries doe to coosripation? Get
ilorioui retief with Feen-e-Min. the
delicious chewing gum lixie.
Science nyi: Juw t> chewing your
food belpe it do fou the mon food,
10 chewing Feen-i-mint prepares it
famous medicine to give the greatest
benefit -flows it emit and gradu-
ally into the digestite system.
So doo't punish your stomach with
harsh, Old-fashioned laxatives. Get
Feen-a-mint from your chemist now.
Take exactly as directed and feelhno.
Mm
wrei. . It' *' Ju,t rf***
'"* for children from i years
a. Shown here it Prtluii. .
lovely, thlning pattern crewotd
with tiny, delicately carved
Bowers. And it't tolii tilsat,
a perfect child's gift far
any occasieo.
Junior Place Set
(Knife, fork and spoon)
in attractive gift hex
ALSO.. available now
In Minuet (at $9.00)
and Royal Danish >at
$10.25). All patterns
made in U. S. A.
hternatt&nat
Sttrttnf
TAHITI
Tht Jewelry Stars
137 Cetral Are. 137
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TONIGHT
7:30 p.m.
Rev. EPHRAIM ALPH0NSE
Linguist Translator, Missionary, Evangelist
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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Ttvoll Ave.
Phone 2-2291
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de Leftep
Panama
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Ave.
Phone 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
It 059 Melndez Ave.
Phone 2S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. 55 Woat 12th Street
TPE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 5T "H" Street Panam
No. 12. U Central Ave. Coln
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:--1950 Pont.oc Convert-
ible, rodo. WSW, undercooted,
11 000 miles. $1.900. Cosh or
' financed. 83-3102-_________,
FC5 SALE:-~\937 Cadillac Coupe
flood cond.tion. New rubber ond
Cttery. $200.00. House 127-B.
Go;un.________________
FOT SALE:1948 Pontioc 6 Four
'door Sedan. Hydromotic. a clean
cor in excellent condition very
low mileoge. House iiU** D
-Ho.ns Street. Cabio 1 first house,
first road>.____________________
m, *1 E __ 1938 Chevrolet 3-1
motor jus. built,
complete, new
fOTi concpy.
..brakes overhauled
?res. Call Crrctobol 3-1 J'
1.
FOR SALE:Pontioc De Luxe. 1950
with only 10,000 miles, excellent
, condition. Real bargain. See it.
SAS, Avenue Belsono Porras. ___
FOR SaIeT-BEST OFFER TAKES IT.
'Wdsmobile Sedan 1942. radio, new
upholstery, ond tires, very good
pint. See Mamo, La Pons.en.
"Kntrol_Ave. No. 113._________
FOR SALE1949 Chevrolet 4 Door
"Sedan, SI,200.00. Must sell im-
mediately. Phone Bolboo 1829
"between 4 and 7 P- rn._________
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High floss oil paints
and enamel. Mildew-proof. $3.25
falln. Tropiduro Storas.
Hairdos as pretty as Easter bonnets
new spring designs adapted to
your type, .special Easter rates.
(knell Bliss Beauty Shop. Cocoli 4-
557.
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crote. For-
mocia La Esperonza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
HOME DELIVERY ON THESE
Lion's Club Raffle Tickets.
Tel. Ponoma 2-2454 and 3-3016
4580 6990 0650
1581 6991 0651
4532 6992 0652
4583 6993 0653
4584 6994 0654
4585 6995 0655 .
4586 6996 Ot.56
4587 6997 0657 ,
4588 6998 0658
4589 6999 0659
FOR SALE Cabinet rodio. Must
sacrifice. At house No 0788-C,
Williamson Place. Balboa. C. Z.
FOR SALE:1950 Hillmon Minx Se-
....don. low mileage, full insurance.
200.C0 lets then co:t. Owner
--leaving. Phone Bolboo 2984. ____
-FoFsAL^93Fo!dsmobile 4 Door
Secan, good motor, very g;od tires,
.$250.00 ca>h. House 742-C. Bol-
, boa, corner Enterprise and Barneby
treet.____________________
Grand Jury lo Hear
0< Muenct Web1
In Big RFC Loans
"WASHINGTON, March 12. _A lederal grand jury moves in
on the RFC investigation today
while the Senators who started It
continue their public prvbe o.
alleged wire-pulling In the big
government loan agency.
Th'ee of the Justice Depart-
ment's top criminal prosecutor?
-James T. O'Brien. William F. De-
laney and Harold B. Beaion
will (o before the grand jury heie
to la/ the. groundwork lor possi-
ble indictments.
At the same time, a Senate
' Bsnl.inp, Subcommittee will ques-
tion former Rep. Joseph E. Ca
' sev D.. Mor".. and others about a
$630.000 RFC loan to Central
Iron a"tl S'.eel Co. The Senators
want to know whv Casey's law
firm which represented the uteri
company, later gave a $15.000-a-
year job to RFC examiner Hubert
B. Steele. who recommended the
loan
Republican members of the
ubcommitlee demanded that
the investigation be continued
and broadened, despite the desire
of Chairman J. William Fulbrlght.
D. Ark., to terminate the hear-
ings 3-i soon as possible.
Sen. Homer E. Capehart. R
Ind., said he will introduce a bill
"Uj extend the subcommittee's ifl-
vesU'jaiing authority, and to
provide an additional $100.000 io
finance a continuing inquiry.
FOR SALE:Adding machine, type-
writer, cosh register, large safe,
steel desk, office chair, show coses,
cord filing cabinet. 54" square
table, smoll gos refrigerator, in
dustnol sewing mochine, 25 cycle,
motors 1-8 to 3 3-5 horsepower
oil exceptionolly low priced.
Sector Recreational Service, Coro-
zal. Phone 2220.
FOR SALE.18 K. watch, more thon
100 Yrs. old. With key. Hand
mode by Whittermore b Bloir. New
Orleans. America Jewelry No. I.
L St. Lesseps Park, Ponamo City.
FOR SALEJumbo Waterwitch wash-
ing machine, excellent operating
condition. House 742-C, Bolboo,
S35.00._______________________
FOR SALE:Long Playing records of
oil mokes, classicol ond popular.
AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th Street No.
6-A. phone 3-1029.
FOR SALE:Gun Cobinet with dry-
lights $35; Westinghouse Refri-
gerator, porcelain, new unit $150
(sell unit separately $95>; Easy
Spin-Rinse washing machine $175;
Hoover up-right Vacuum Cleaner
& attachments $30; Bamboo: 2
lounge choirs, ottoman, magazine
rock $35; electric fan $15; Book
Shelves $8.00; Baby Carriage and
Stroller $12; Baby Bed and mat-
tress (bassinet size! $10; lorge
double-door metal kitchen cabinet
$15; 2 small metal wall spice dry-
cab.nets S3 each; 1 small kitchen
cabinet porcelain top $8.00; Step-
on garboge con $2 00; Venetian
blinds: 5 short blinds to fit porch
of 12-fomily $35; 3 blinds 51" x
5" $35; 3 blinds 56" x 59" $35;
2 small door blinds $5.00 eoch;
Lamps and other items. 1-4 1-3-
1-2 ond 3-4 H. P. 25 cycle mo-
tors, 2 steel shop cabinets. 2 oir
comprcssros and misc. parts.
House 721-A. Cocoli
(Nicobor Street I
Phcne: 2-1024
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach co'iogaa, aonia Claro
Bo umber 435. Balboa. Wwne
Porto-no 3-1677 o. Cnstoboi 3-
167.-
GRAMLICH'S Santo Ctoro beoch.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Santo Claro beoch Coteoe
I wo bedroom, tlectr.c refrigero-
fion RoCKgos ronoes Phon Bol-
boo 3050 Except Week-ends.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:House furnished, three
bedrooms, parlor ond diningroom.
Very quiet neighborhood. I fath St.
No. 96-A, near Belisorio Porras
Ave.. Son Francisco.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Lot in Las Cumbres.
1,600 meters. Bliss. Phone P.AD.
6191.
FOR SALE:15.000 MC or 3 1-2
acres lond. I 1-2 miles from
Arraijan on National Highwc;-,
hort ride from ferry or Cocoli.
Telephone Balboa 2335.
Wanted Position
WANTFD:A mature Americon lady
would like position as practical
nurse, mother's helper or baby sit-
ter. Box 443 Ancon, Canol Zone.
Help Wanted
Young girl, correct English speaking,
for genercl housework and care of
a child. B.-lisario Porros 168, Apt.
2.
LESSONS
FOR RENT:Furnished cholet with
all cities conveniences in Nuevo
Arroi|an. For information call Cu-
rundu 6246, after 4 p. m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartmen for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll r-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garoge. Coll 2-2374.
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice 8helves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
RE-UPHOLSTER
Voiu furniture llkr Lewatl rice*
Ki a riiurc veu auiertu
nredr Free Efttlmatea
ALBERTO HIRES ran. -11II
a.m lo 1 n m
FOR RENT": Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Police Hall Tanker
As Red Crew Tries
Hong Kong Sailing
fiONG KONG, Mar. 12, (UP*
Police today smashed a Commu-
nist attempt to seize the biggest
veejtel in the Chinese merchant
n ton tanker Yung Hao as crew-
men tried to sail it away.
The Yung Hao. owned by the
Chinese Nationalist controlled
China Tanker Company, recent-
ly'received extensive repairs af-
ter lvlng in the harbor here lor
several years
,When crewmen lifted anchor
nd tried to sail away, after de-
nouncing Nationalists and pledg-
ing, their loyalty to the Peiping
regime, they were intercepted by
a .police launch and turned bac.K.
;Chinese Communist claims to
four fishing trawlers received oy
tr)e Nationalists from UNRRA
are pending in Hong Kong courts.
The Communists have accu-cd
some Americans and Chinese of
trying to sail the four trawlers to
NJUicnalist-held Formosa.
New Eiillroom donee schedule. Bol-
boa YMCA. Mondays 4 to 6 p.
m. Tuesdays 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Thursdays 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Soturdays 10 a m to 6 p. m. By
appointments only. Call 274-3105
before 9:30 o. m. or Balboa
YMCA. Groupe class Thursday
7:30 p. m. Harnetf & Dinn
'Fliohl Buddy!' Asks
Poiio Victim Whose
Breath Comes Easier
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 12,
(UPi Charlie Boyd, a nol'.o
victim for 13 years, climbed irom
his iron lung today and thumbed
rides with private planes 'be-
cause flying makes me feel o
good."
The 28-year-old invalid who
spends every night In on iron
lung said he found high altitudes
mate him breathe easier and
feel better. He takes the con' rols
himself occasionally and wants to
own a plane.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment SKiu.no
Monthly $15.00
Lou With Paved Street From
SI 00 Sq. Meter.
e> ror Rent Heavy Equipment
Por (round Leveling
0 We Rent Loti at Lon Terms
Low Club at S3 00 and ft 00
Weekly.
Boyd supports a family of four
with" several home enterpii.-cs
but he said he would "like to sell
enough magazines to buy a small
plane and finance lessons for my
wife so I can fly often.
As It Is. I Just fool around the
airport when I can, and catch
rides."
Boyd was stricken In 1938 when
the nation became alarmed about
Infantile paralysis. He was 10
then, but refused to become de ;-
pondon'. because his body became
parilyzed and weakened.
Later he grew stronger and
married Connie Parsons, his pret-
ty boyhood sweetheart. They have
two sons. 6 and 4, who like io
straddle their father's iron lun
and ride It like a hobby horse.
Charlie eventually became a-
tle to leave his iron lung earli
day at first for short periods,
then longer ones. He openo.i a
magazine agency and spent
eral hours each day selling by te-
lephone.
On the side he ran a worm gar-
den and cricket orchard for u ;h-
ermen, but the bait business did
not pan out. He took up phoio-
grapny. The Boyds rigged a clos-
et as a dark room and now deve
lop films commercially.
NAMED IN FULL
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP> Mrs.
J. R. Henderson has p maid v hce
son's Initials are "Y.M.C.A."
in the Army, His full name is
Vor Christian Associa-
ion Perkins.'' -
Service Employes
Urged to Aend
Local 900 Meeting
Local 900 of the Government
and Civic Employes Organizing
Committee-CIO has notified all
civilian employes of the Armed
Services of a special meeting
which will be held at the Pacific
Clubhouse tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
Ed. Welsh. International Re-
preientatlve-CIO, will give a re-
port on an interview with Lt. Gen.
William H. H. Morris. Jr.. Com-
minrier in-Chief. U.S. Army. Ca-
ribbean, and with Rear Admiral.
Albert M. Bledsoe. commandant.
15th Naval District, scheduled
for tomorrow at 10 a.m.
E. A. Gaskin. President, Local
900. will then give a report on '.he
progress being made by the local
union.
Interviews with Maj. Gen. Rav
E. Porter. Commanding General,
US Army. Caribbean and Brig.
Gen. Emll C. Kiel. Commanding
General, Caribbean Air Cori-
mind. have also been requested.
Emoloyes attending the meet-
in' will be given an opportunity
to present Individual problems.
New French Covt.
Prepares Program
For Early Election
PARIS, March 12 (UPi
France's new stopgap Govern-
ment today started mapping a
program to halt rising prices and
prepare the way for an eprly na-
tionwide election which the
country hopes will give it more
stable cabinets.
The new cabinet the 10th
since the Liberation and the 15th
since the establishment of the
Fourth Republic In 1946 Is
scheduled to have Its first meet-
ing late today in preparation for
its first appearance before the
Notional Assemb'v tomorrow.
France was without a cabinet
for 11 days.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
apartment, screened. Livingroom,
bedroom, kitchen, refrigerator, te-
lephone, Bella Vista section. Tele-
phone 3-1 105.
FOR RENT: Compeltely furnished
modern aportment, all convenien-
ces. For two months. Call 3-3268
mornings and evenings only.
Alhombra apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished and unfurnished
oportments. Contoct office No.
8061, I Oth Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT:Room furnished, cool
cleon. ideal. Reasonoble. 48th St.
No. 7, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:In Bello Vista, beauti-
fully furnished rooms with all
conveniences. Mexico Avenue 69,
neor 43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
'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
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
Dr. Fairchild WHI
Lecture In Series
At Miami University
Dr. Graham Bell Fairchild,
medical entomologist of the
Gorgas Memorial Laboratory of
Tropical and Preventive Medi-
me, leaves by plane tomorrow
to deliver a lecture in the 12th
series of the Hispanic American
Institute of the University of
Miami. ,
The subject of his lecture to
be delivered on Wednesday is
Natural History in Hispanic
America." ^
The prospectus for tne 14
lectures In this year's series
describes Dr. Fairchild r,s one
of the most eminent authorities
on the black, sand and other
biting files inimical to human
welfare In the Western Hemis-
phere."
He received his Ph. D. at Har-
vard in 1941 and has done re-
search work In connection witn
disease-bearing insects in Peru.
Colombina. Guatemala and tne
West Indies.
Later in the lecture sreles, on
Mar. 28, Dr. Octavio Mndez Pe-
relra, rector of the University of
Panama, will address the His-
panic American Institute on:
"The Problem of Primary Edu-
cation In Hispanic America.
Scheduled for the April 2 lec-
ture is J. Fred Rlppy. professor
of History at the University of
Chicago and one of the foremost
authorities on Hispanic Amer-
ican History.
Rlppy has frequently written
about Panama and the Carib-
bean Area In both magazines
and reference books.
Students. Teachers
At Ritzy Rollins
Protest Prexy's Plans
WINTER PARK. Fla., March 12
(UPi Students and teachers
held mass meetings at ritzy little
Rollins College today to protest
boy wonder" President Paul
Wagner's sudden dismissal of
one-third of his faculty mem-
bers.
Wagner, the nation's youngest
coPege president, announced Sat-
urday that 19 of Rollins' 53 per-
manent faculty members were
being ousted effective Aug. 31 as
an "economy measure."
"The big majority" of Rollins'
teachers and 630 students
promptly nrotested that the 33-
year-old Wagner was "cleaning
out the faculty" as part of his
program to introduce more and
more of his "modem" teaching
methods.
Faculty members called a
meeting this afternoon and ask-
ed Wagner to give a "full explana-
tion" of his action. The student
body and local alumni scheduled
a meeting at 7 p.m. to "demand i
an accounting." Wagner, deserto-
ed in a recent magazine article as i
The Boy Wonder of Education":
Red Cross Fund Campaign Poster or 1951 \
Norman Rockwell's strlklnf portrait of the Red Cre poised for ernei
gency action I particularly slsnlflcant In these troubled tunes. TW
Ked Cross has a big share la the nation's defense reiponsiblHUes.
ON TRIAL AS SPIES Julius Rosenberg (right) and his
wife, Ethel, arriro at New York's Federal Court for the open-
ing of their trial on charges of conspiracy to commit espio-
nage by passing secret atomic information to Russia. In tn*
center is U. S. Deputy Marshal Harry McCabe.
Hussein AH Takes
Iranian Premiership
Despite III Health
(UPI
All Pa-
High Living Cost
Rioting Paralyzes
Franco's Barcelona
ARCELONA, Mar. 12 (UP).
Rioting crowds today set fire to)
curtains in Barcelona's city hall.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT Warehouse or shop on
ground floor 800 feet floor space,
windows-well serened with heavy
iron bars, extra heavy doors. Also
three oportments on second floor,
two with two bedrooms, one with
one bedroom oil screened, tile
floors, new stoves and refriger-
ators, front ond rear entrances,
will rent all to one party (or B.225
per month. Hopkins 63 1-2, 4th.
of July Ave.
GIVE!
The important world-wide
services performed by tl'e
American Red Cross through
out its existence have been re-
cognised and commended by
manv world leaders.
General Dwight D. Eisen-
hower recently made this
statement abont the Red Cross:
"At no time in ils long histo-
ry of,humane achievement has
the appeal of the Amennin
Red Cross had greater urgem v
than at this time of great chal-
lenge.
"With America mobilizing
her moral, spiritual and phy-
sical forces there could be no
more eloquent and elective il-
lumination of our nation:-!
aims or peace and amity than
an overwhelming response to
the Red Cross' call or brother-
hood and mercy. By generous-
ly supporting the Red Cross we
help keep America strong and
lortirv our people in democra-
tic faith.
"As we ready oar nation ror
any emergency, let us be mind-
ful lliat a contribution to fh
MAYOR. JUDGE
ARGUE HABEAS
(Continued rrom Page 1)
nled and that lwver Cajal be
fined for filing the petition.
Mayor Vega Mndez' disagree-
ment'with Judge Burgos was pre-
ceded on Saturday by another.
At that time the judicial official
ruled that the arrest of former
President Ricardo Adolfo de la
Guardia and thiee others was il-
legal and ordered their release.
All four had been accused of in-
sulting President Arnulfo Anos
and had been sentenced by HW
mayor to 15 days in Jail. The oth-
ers Involved were Homero and
Mario Velasquez, members of the
ooposllion Partido Revoluciona-
ro Inrienendiente. onlv recen .ly
organlzfd and Evangelio Ka;-.-
tns. a Liberal Party memoer.
(Victor was ordered, released ai
the same time.)
Meanwhile former President de
la Guardia was reported to be
sill hospitalized following a
beating on the night of his ar-
rest, while the Velasquez brothers
and Karikas were free. Still un-
der arrest as a result of the crisis
were Ponce and Alberto Agulrre.
De La Guardia Is reported to be
till, under police guard at th;
request of his family, who fear
further violence against him.
Covernment Provides
Oil Drilling Gear
WASHINGTON. Mar. 12. (UPi
The Government today an-
nouncer' a program to provide
enough steel equipment for dril!
ing 43,400 oil wells annually.
The National Production Au
III f synchronizei.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
* Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
TEHERAN. Mar. 12
promised to attend" the faculty j Premier-elect Hussein
gathering, but did not indicate;sha comiirmedi in, of ice by tne t d t llg )n the markel.
whe her e would show up at the ,Ma1^ and punctured bus and
meeting tonight. opposition of the pro-soviet duk.. J: ._,,. ,vre, ln violent de-
Btudfnt. and faculty alike say today that he' ac-ep1*d the ^Kton^Talnst X^rislng
charged that the square-jawed,, nost desnite his poor healtn oe
curly-haired president was vio- j cause thli is "a critical moral
lating the col'ege tenure rule lnjboth for Iran and the worm,
firing such veteran educators as| H* was confirmed bv 69 votes
Dr. Nathan C. Starr, chairman of to 27, with 10 abstentions
U.S. BULLDOZER
MEN RUSH
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search on Mt. Ararat for possible
remains of Noah's Ark.
Other principal fields at which
Americans are working are Ba!i-
keslr and Bandlrma in western
Turkey south or the Sea of Mar-
mora. Some work started and
was then discontinued at Esklse-
hlr. midway between Istanbul
and Ankara.
The Ballksir and Bandlrma
installations offer protection to
Istanbul and the Turkish fron-
tier with Bulgaria, as well as to
the Bosphorus and the Dardan-
e'l-i-. Russia's onlv southern sea
outlet.
United States and Turkish of-
ficials and United States con-
struction men are considerably
worried about security problems
connected with the present work.
Turks and casual visitors can
nlnuolnt manv of the Installa-
tions and describe them in some
detail.
the English Division; Dr. Paul
Vestal, popular blologv professor;
Athletic Director Jack MacDow-
ell, and Football Coach Joe Jus-
tice, brother of famed "Choo
Choo" Charley Justice.
The young president also was
criticized for "rroing too far" ln
replacing traditional teaching
procedures with audio-visual aids
In Rollins classrooms.
"Movies are fine, but I've had
nothing but movies ln one of my
courses," said student Mary Ann
Hobart. "I hope President Wag-
ner doesn't want to make Rollins
Into an experiment ln audio-vis-
ual aids."
"I'm Just upset about the whole
thing." commented Mrs. Jack
Howden. member of the Alumni
Association. "It took me two
hours to walk a few blocks down
the street because so many peo-
p!e stopped me to talk about what
President Wagner has done. All
of us are extremely worried about
what's going on at Rollins."
The trustees approved Wag-
ner's action after the young Pres-
ident explained that he expected
a 30 per cent drop in enrollment
next year, plus increased costs of
operation.
But students and facultymen
pointed out that Wagner was em-
ploying at least 10 "visiting In-
structors" and expressed concern
over the fact that remaining fac-
ulty members were being placed
under one-year contracts.
in-
cudlii'! National Front deputies
who have the supoort of the
fnnaMcpl Fidaivnn Islam party,
one of whose members sasassln-
atert Premier All Razmara.
Hussein All. 68. led Irans
fieht against Russia ln the Se-
cu'ltv Council in 194. He said
today: "NPturall" I .hall tpckie
the nroh>m of oil. to wh'ch
deen thought will be devoted
with a view to securing the ut-
most, interests of th nation.
"We are a member of the
United Nations and our foreien
no^v Is based on the United
Nations Charter. We mi"t. se-
cure our rights and fulfil our
Violence brokeout after office
clerks and factory workers re-
ported to their jobs but refused
to work in a city-wide sit down
strike.
Streetcars, buses, taxis and
automobiles were withdrawn
from the streets as shouting
mobs tried to overturn vehicles
and slashed rubber tyres.
Onlv last week Barcelona re-
sidents won a victory against
the cost of living after 'a nine-
day boycott of streetcars. The
cltv authorities had ordered a
60 to 90 per cent rise in fares,
but rescinded the order.
The civil governor is confer-
t^SaS;"-*6 frameWrk' ri^^bJSS^&^^n
Bautista Sanchez, military chief
NOT SAFE HIMSELF
OGDEN (UP> At the Hill Air
Force base near Ogden. the offi-
cer ln charge of safetv was ad-
dressln" a groun of airmen on
safetv-flrst methods from the
bumper of a truck. Halfway
of th,e Catalonlan area, about
measures to curb the rioters.
through his soeech the officer
slipped off the bumper and
sprained his ankle. That con-
cluded his safetv address for tha
day.
thority estimated that the pro-
pram will require 157.000 tons of
neel drilling eq"' lment moni-
P~ed Cmss Is an investment In |y. The progrr>rn will begin Op
f nuamnit}, decency and peace.'' |tfration in Aj.mi1.
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Tin Buying Monopoly
Is Taken By United
Slates Government
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP)
The United States Government
became the sole buyer of tin for
United States consumption to-
day, and ordered all supplies put
under allocation control begin-
ning May 1.
All tin will be purchased by the
Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
tion and in turn the RFC will
sell tin to the manufacturers.
The Senate Preparedness Com-
mittee recently complained that
the United States was being
"gouged" by foreign tin suppli-
ers. Including its Allies.
It was announced there will be
temporary Increases ln tin sup-
plies during April, May and June
for canning perishable foods and
for other essential production.
The Government Is also con-
sidering a separate order on tin
prices which may bring roll-
backs at factory and retail levels.
figures
that speak
for themselves
Last month THE PANAMA
AMERICAN carried 3 56 5
classified ads as compared
to 2424 in all other daily
papers in Panam com-
bined!
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Mr. ad Mr. Broadway
The glittering billboards have achlavtd world-wide renown.
But it is i lie people ot the Grandest Canyon who are trie true
expression, oi its spiritand the source of Its fame. The fabu lout
su*eil 'e-enoarv reputation stems irom their skill. imagination
auu sweat... 'iiielr lives are, it* pulse, and their biographiet itt
me*ue strange tribal customs of first-nighters. Mink-coated
bores ana tuxcdo-araped snot onertog a freak fusion of good-
grooming and bad manners... Their attention-snatching tardy
entrances and intermission yahoolng are hammv enough to rat
an Eouliv card... The military discipline of movie ushers rtt-
plendeni in gaudy uniforms. Starched wing-collars, shiny brass
wurous wld braio galore and stlff-as-plank posture You al-
most expect them to bow ad click heels as they guide you to
an empty pew. _______
The Used look of drunks when gripped by *coboUc !>!*
Crying jags, wild laughter and numbltng a ^-
Stumbling Into cabs, zig-zagglng down streets or huddled ."} door-
ways. Nothing more sordid than witnessing humans stripped of
essential dignity... Young stage hopefuls making rounds of pro-
ducers' ofilcei. Carrying their hopes like ^nJ\..Jf*l2h
soaring ambitions that surmount snubs and souii-searing ODsia-
cleV A Xe-and-doughnut existence filled with champagne-
and-caviar dreams.
Gamblers quipped with that alert awareness of Jungle habit-
ats Hustling for quick buck. Psychiatrists would be astounded
by their knack for sizing up people. Thev can spot a sucker any-
where within the city limits. Those who work for a living re
considered queer by the take-a-chance set The bustling My
of new-island oDerators Gargling headlines and swapping greet-
"ZuMtftoV^AEi the blind newsdealer who rarely
err In giving change.
Impassive expressions of critics who have made an art of be-
ing incrustable. You can never read 1 heir reviews on theirjjran te
faces Thev seldom laugh or applaud. Reviewers are frequently
damned but always respected because their honesty Is beyond
suspicion. They are the most Important members of a prmlHe
gatheringand the most inconspicuous. The mendlcants-ihrewd
students of human nature. They dress for the roles like tors,
and their scripts are always sob stories. Sympathy is wha-they re
selling, and you'd be surprised how profitable that is as a
commodity. -
The native galle of chorinesYoungsters wise beyond their
years. Make no mistake about It their knowledge of the male
gender U often on a par with Dr. Klnsey. The B'way school offers
a rugged course in realistic experiences, and the diploma is
shrewdness... The rootless riff-raffweirdies who have always
been attracted to the Main 8tem for some unknown reason. The
hag who shrieks epithets at passersby. The street poet who scrib-
bles Inane verse across the pavement. The bearded gent who
distributes philosophy pamphlets gratis. People withering and
waiting to die. ____
The strange Irtsdts in the lives of celebs. Known by millions
and starved 'or friends. Their conceit serving as a shield for the
numbing fear of insecurity. Envied by many and lealous or eacn
other. Reveling in their fame and haunted bv the dread pos-
tlbllltt Of oblivion... The suave., purring geniality of uppity fovnt
proprietors. They serve as arbiters of high society and are models
of Big Town sophistication. Yet most of thern hall from wnistie-
tM4) iTUriT_______
Prettv waitresses who rode into town on a cloud and endeavpr-
td to cash In a dream. Now working to make ends meet .. The
torso-for-sale gals who took the easv way. Thev never read a book
but know more about men than most books written on them?
Selling out self-respect and living on the Interest they attract in
strangers. An ancient tragedy with a constantly changing cast
of characters.
The debtanles whs have been gifted with all the luxurious
frillsaftlicted with a solrltual famine. What they miss Is the lov
of having aspirations fulfilled and the satisfaction of striving for
accomali.hment throueh hard work. The result Is a gnawing emp-
tiness in their lives. Whloped-cream is tastv. hut bread is far more
substantial The canv rvnlclsm of sociable cabbies. Thev are
wsp to thp wavd o' the cltv pd have an anwer to the nrohiems
of the elobP. Ask tr>r*m anvtMne. nd vou'll -et a reply. From
street, directions to the way the world Is heading._______________
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LUCKLESS LADY
Balboa. C.Z.
Dear Mall Box:
I have a problem. I came here
to work about a year ago intend-
ing to try to get married. Alas, no
luck.
I had heard way up in the
States that there were a bunch
of wolves always hanging around
the clubhouse eager-beaverlng
any little old girl, but maybe I'm
too young.
What's this Community Service
all about anyway? They don't
earn their money according to
my way of reckoning, which is
mostly men. I should charge them
for all the shoeleather (and hurt
pride) which I've worn out par-
ading up and down that club-
house trying to attract attention.
I mean trying. Brother.
I am not at all unattractive.
You should see my girdle and bra
blMs. Also I'm trying not to be too
ojvIous. But I'm getting to the
end of my rope.
If I dont get a play from some
of those would-be devils soon. I
will remove my activities else-
Where" Disgust..!!
P.8.: I will be wearing different
green ensembles all next week.
WERE YO TIIIC?
Balboa. C.Z.
Dear Editor:
Here we are trying to win an-
other war and what are we doing
here in the Canal Zonei Most of
the letters In the Mall box have
been concerning the HARD
TIMES that prevail In the Canal
Zone.
What Is the matter -with the
people here? You are eating and
don't see any poverty clothes on
any of the workers. Wonder how
many of vou have somoene over
la Korea?
You have lots of clubs and or-
ganizations in the Zone which
could do plenty If the people who
belong to them would only sup-
port the organization. What hap-
pens??? A few go to the meetings
and where are the rest??? Are
they Interested in helping them-
selves??? No. Some organizations
do not have enough members pre-
sent to hold a meeting let alone
carry on any business. All the of-
ficers can do Is to try and appeal
to those present to contact the
others and get them out to the
meetings. The organizations are
for YOU and can t exist and ac-
complish MUCH without YOU.
Perhaps this letter to the Mall
Box may get a reader and my
message may get to a few more
people. You know the minister at
church prepares bis sermon and
it does not apply so much to the
ones who are there to listen to
him as to the ones who are not
there. How about it???
WERE YOU THERE???
You have some money In the
Credit Union or do you owe some?
The Credit Union has a meeting.
Were you there??? It Is your
money they are using but doesn't
that interest you?
You have so much to do but will
you protect your own Interests or
just let things ride??? So you
think you cant do much?? Well,
have you trted??r
Perhaps you can get along
without the church, the lodge,
the club, even the school, but
think about It and realize that
those things are your privilege
and will work for YOU and with
YOU, If YOU will Just do YOUR
part.
How about It??? Are you a
chum, or should I say chump??
Yours for better support In our
organizations.
Intedlcea*.
An incident occurred aboard
a battleship, In San Francisco
Bay back In IMS. which almost
delayed completion of our first
atom bomb. Only a few knew
of it. And It should be told
here for, more than any other
vignette It explains the behind-
ihe-tctnes bitterness disrupting
Washington today.
Barly In '45 one of the secret
Atomic Bntrgy trouble shooters
in the Manhattan Project re-
ceived an urgent telephone call
from Oak Ridge. Hi must get a
score of skilled bjs.rlcal en-
gineers. Immediately Trlple-A
must. Rip them out of any place
you find them. Rush them to
Oak Hldge and Los Alamos. Af-
ter a swift search, the trouble
shooter, L. Dale Hill, found the
engineers working aboard the
battlewagon in Frisco harbor.
He flew out for them. But even
his supreme priority couldn't
get them released.
A-Borab master, Oen. Oro'ei,
was summoned across country
Hill demanded the men. Oroves
opened his mouth to say some-
thing, then shut up and releas-
ed the men.
What Groves couldn't say was
that these engineers were equip-
ping the B. 8. Indianapolis to
carry the A-bomb to Ouam.
Hill wanted the men to
complete the bomb. But de-
spite Qrovet' authority and
permission, Hill couldn't au-
tomatically shi/t the en-
gineers not even for such
a project. First he had to ask
these men if they wanted ta-
co. Neither he nor the war
lime Government had the
power to draft citiiiians into
any job, The men went. But
freely.
That's exactly what the union
leaders are fighting for today.
All other issues are vital but
this Is basic. They suspect that
chief Mobillzer Charles E. Wi.-
son wants the power to contiol
civilians Just as the Dent, of
Defense controls Its soldiers,
and marines.
Powerful AFL leaders have
Just told their people every-
where that this would "spell tne
end of our free trade union
movement "...and they charge
that "czar" Wilson's control of
American manpower is "one of
the most serious setbacks which
labor has had so far."
Since this has split Wash-
ington wide open and has made
enemies of men who should lead
us unitedly, I put the question
directly to Mr. Wilson. His re-
ply, which he put in writing and
authorized me to publish is the
first public statement he has
made on the subject. He says:
"I knoiv of no one who has
proposed that consideration
shuold be given now to le-
gislation which would give
the government power to as-
sign workers to specific jobs.
"If such a proposal is
made at any time in the
future, I will not make up
my own mind on the propo-
sal until the matter has
been referred to representa-
tives of labor, management,
and agriculture and until I
have had the opportunity
of giving careful consider-
ation to their views."
Here Mr. Wilson says, bluntly
and on paper to the labor
leaders that no one in our high
command is planning civilian
conscription and that he would
not move nor make up his mind
until he consults with them.
With these words there is now
at least apparent basis for ham-
mering things out In a hotel
room filled with the smoke and
fury of Just two or three men.
It happens every day. In the
past week, for example, the
Defense Dept. has been in al-
most dally telephonic touch with
the ClO's striking textile lead-
ers.
Apparently the 70,000-man
walkout from the nation's big-
gest textile mills has cut pro-
duction .of uniforms for the
armed services. There's been
more than enough for the men
overseas. But the strike, ac-
cording to word from Oen.
Marshall's office, has Interfered
with the draft of youngsters.
So Ass't Secretary of Defens?
Anns Rosenberg got on the
phone and Informed the strike
leaders that the olive drab uni-
forms and woolen shirts were
needed unless- they wanted the
kids to drill in their shorts. The
union opened the picket lines
and the finished goods began
moving to harried sergeants be-
hind the quartermasters' count-
ers.
There was talk that the
Army might seize the Ame-
rican Woolen Co. It so, the
union men probably would
go back to work or their
government. But untu then
they insist upon negotiating
directly with their employ-
er with the White House
or General Marshall acting
onto as an objective media-
Slniilarly. when the Defense
Dept. told CIO chief Phil Mur-
ray that one of his strikes might
cripple tank production at the
American Locomotive Co., he
sent his men back into that par-
ticular plant. The tanks will roll
oil the line.
These labor chiefs lead Ame-
rican workers who want to be
free men In free unions. That's
understandable. Now they have
Mr. Wilton's written guarantee.
Let's get on with the war
against the enemy. Not each
ether.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.}
Sap's Runnin'! In Fact It Never Stops

Secret Symptoms
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.The bulletin comes from Mexi-
co that the Ambassador is feeling pretty poor-
ly, what with the bronchitis and all, and hence
won't be able to fly up to testify before the
Senate crime commission, which convenes here
next week. _
Our sympathies are aU with Mr. O'Dwyre, Ev-
erybody has been feeling lousy, lately, especial-
ly, people with testifying to do. Heart flutters
are rampant in the land, as Senator Kefauver
barnstorms, nd the wracking cough is endemic,
as Is the rosy nose and seeping eyeball. I sup-
pose the national resistance is lowered, due to
mental depression, taxes, and general suspicion,
making us all victims of one horrid malady or
another.
It Is Just terrible that Mr. o'Dwyer can't make
it. to answer a few questions about corruption
under his regime, because people are generally
unsympathetic to the ills o others, and suspici-
ous, too, since the wave of heart murmur has
ravaged the ranks of Kefauver committee testl-
tlers. It Is getting so people summon the saw-
bones before thev call for the mouthpiece.
In common humanity there Is no real way of
saying that a person ain't sick; no physical
check up to determine the true extent ot Illness.
A man who believes himself to be sick, is sick,
and a man who says he Is sick cannot be proven
to be well. Not legally.
My doctor; for Instance, says I am twice as
healthy as a chorus girl, and nothing Is health-
ier than a chorus girl. But I have been dread-
fully 111 for a month, with all the symptoms of
flu, pneumonia, overwork, nervous exhaustion,
brain fever, creeping paralysis, and no money.
With March 15 on deck the last Is by far the
most serious symptom, even If tht doc can't find
it on the electrocardiograph. It It symptomatic
chiefly on the bank statement.
Nobody, under questioning, says he feels fine
any more. "Lousy," he says. "Don't know what
it Is. exactly, but for the past few weeks I...
And then proceeds to tell you in detail how
his head hurts and his heart burns and his
arteries harden and his sinus aches and his
antrums throb and his feet pain and his tummy
li upset. It is almost at If. at a given signal
everyone has prepared an alibi for whatever un-
pleasant contingency might affect him.
The array of Illnesses cited in recent resigna-
tions df cops in this town would stun the sta-
tisticians m Johns Hopkins. Never before, in
the history of police, has overwork and sundry
ill struck down so many, causing acute pangs in
the conscience and Immediate retirement. The
persistent ulcer hat become overpopular, too, as
reserves face reassignment to the services. I
Just don't know what's got Into us.
It Is Inconceivable that some deadly secret
virus It at work on 150 million people simul-
taneously, because I do not think that a virus
could gear itself so perfectly to emergency. In
my own recent miseries, they seemed to strike
with perfect timing always on the eve of
something I didn't want to do. It may be that
we are on the point of discovering a brand new
disease, which hits only on direct order from the
victim.
This It a probltm for psychiatrists, but
speechlessness teems to have stricken people
who are asked to talk on certain subjects before
grand Juries and Congressional committees. As
the patient learnt to talk again, It comes out
double. This is known as double talk, signify-
ing nothing.
Forgetfulness. too. It a symptom of the times.
People who used to have acute memories go
blank when atked vital questions. Total recall
hat vanished, to be replaced by total amnesia.
Curious.
So again, wt tympathlze with Mr. O'Dwyer,
down with the sneezes In sunny Mexico. We
trust he will recover In time to testify in better
days, and hope wt live to see It, Pass the Klee-
nex, dear. Kerchoo!
Pace Changes
By Bruce Biossit
SECRET'ARY OF DEFENSE MARSHALL took
time tht other day to comment sadly on the
growing complacency toward the U. S. defense
effort notable both In Congress and the nation
q t laroo
He pointed out that two months ago law-
makers were Irritably demanding to know wny
he wasn't doing more in mobilizing military
strength. Now they're wondering why the arm-
ed forces need so many men. _,_
This change of mood can be seen in many
places. President Truman Is basking in tht
Florida tun and Secretary of State Achfson
thinks It's safe to enjoy Bermuda for a while.
Congress appears pre-occupied with the Rrv
scandal, the crime Investigation, the Tydlnge-
Butler election squabble, and similar matters.
The House Is limping slowly on the 18-year-oio
draft Issue. The Senate Is In no hurry towtUe
the vital troops-for-Europe debate. There s tais,
that new taxes, rated a prime antl-inflatlon
weapon, mav not get attention soon enougn to
take effect before next Jan. 1.
The Pentagon is proceeding leUurely in wora>
ing out tht details of its expanding armaments
program. It's not ready to tell Congress what
it needs and how much It will cost. The legis-
lators aren't pressing for the Information.
What accounts for this relaxed mood? Many
things, apparently. Our recent limited but de-
finite gains on tht Korean front, leading us to
believe we may not get pushed off the peninsula
after all. A lot of second and third guessing
about Russia's ability and willingness to fight a
big war at this time. . ._ ^
Not to be overlooked Is the Administrations
consistent failure to sustain a sense of urgency.
Many seasoned observers are agreed that nei-
ther the President nor any of hit chief political
and admlnUtratlve lieutenants understands how
to convey to the people a full realization of the
world situation.
It may well be that there is less actual dan-
ger than we believed two months ago. If that
Is so, part of the difference may be In a more
accurate appraisal of Russia's capacity to make
war In the years just ahead.
But part is almost certainly due to the fact
that we have made Important beginning strides
toward a real defense both at home and in Eu-
rope. Yet a good deal of that advance is pre-
liminary, largely to the realm of paper promises.
Though the promises are big enough to give
the Russians pause, they will continue to do so
only as they are translated Into reality Into
guns and tanks and planes and men. The
Kremlin will be quick to note and take ad-
vantage of any failure on our part.
If the situation is Indeed brighter than two
months ago. should it not be viewed simply as
proof that the Russians respect strength and
nothing more?
Why. then, do we see fit to relax* the pace of
our mobilization program at the very moment
it is beginning to pack real weight to the strug-
gle with Russia?
Basically, until paper Is turned into men and
steel, we're right where we were on Jan. l.
There's no European army worthy of the name
and the U. S. armed forces aren't greatly en-
larged. Munitions for us and Europe are still a
trickle.
We've killed a lot of Chinese Reds but we
haven't eliminated a single Russian soldier. The
huge Russian military establishment Is essen-
tially intact. It mav not be all we Imagined In
bur worst fears, but It's nothing to shrug off,
either.
We Americans will never be quite the political
equals of our Soviet friends until we stop swing-
ing like a pendulum from total alarm to total
indifference. It't neither growndup nor same. If
It wat right to January to build up our defenses.
It's not right to go fishing in March.
% WASHWGTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
gy DREW PIARSON
Drtw Ptorion soyi: Impovertghtd Albontons figure tttty
have nothing to lose) trying new experiments - series
of wars mods them easy mark for Communism; Yugos-
lavs bitterly denounce Russia.
PEC, Yugoslavia. For most of one day I have driven along
what It sometimes called "the little Iron Curtain" the border
where Yugoslavia and Albania meet, for Yugoslavia enjoys the)
unenviable distinction of being squeezed between two sections t
the Iron Curtain with Bulgaria and Hungary on one side and Al-
bania on the other.
How tiny, primitive Albania chiefly a Mohammedan coun-
try happened to fall for Russian Communism has always been
a mystery to me. I lived on the Albanian border for two years
after the first World War, once crossed It on horseback, and Its
people at tha. time were rugged Individualists who hated all gov-
ernments, Including their own, with the passion of Pennsylvania's
high-tariff Joe Orundy. Perhaps the explanation is that Albania
is a nation of extreme poverty where the people have nothing to
lose by trying new experiments plus the fact that any nation torn
by a never-ending series of wart Is an easy mark for Communism.
At any rate, the border between Russianized Albania and anti-
Russian Yugoslavia now is studded with armed guards, and strang-
er are not permitted within 20 kilometers (about 12\'3 milesj.
I managed to remember enough of the local language to talk
my way past the first guard In the restricted zone and thereafter
managed to talk my way past guards who stopped our Jeep every
half hour until we had passed through the old Turkish Albanian
city of Prlzerend. the border town of Jakovltza, and Deceny mon-
astery one of the oldest to Serbia, but It now bristles with
armament. The Iron Curtain here Is not of barbed wire sa It
is around most satellite countries but consists of a steep mountain
range, Its base studded with troops.
DENOUNCE DOUBLE-CROSSING RUSSIANS
My purpose to visiting this Isolated, desolate part of the Bal-
kans was partly sentimental, partly to see whether the United
States Is getting credit for Its good program, partly to gaugt
Yugoslav sentiment toward Russia and the United 8tates lfl an
area far from the official blarney handed out by the diplomats
In Belgrade.
Regarding the food program, the United Statet hat givtn
the Yugoslav government 180,000,000 worth of flour with the un-
derstanding that they sell it through their regular ration system
but making It clear that the flour comes from us.' Its distribution
was organized under Richard Allen of Carmel, Calif., a former
Hoover food man who has also arranged for American Inspectors
to travel through the country. I traveled part of the time with
one of these inspectors efficient George Trett at he Inter-
viewed local officials and local farmers and It appears the United
Statet Is getting credit.
Regarding Yugoslav "feeling toward Russia, it seems similar
to that of the bride who has been Jilted at the church and then
watched her fiance marry another man. Yugoslav papers are fill-
ed with bitter denunciations of Russia, reminding the people
that anyone who deals with Russia always gets double -crossed
and even playing up the Russian double-cross history back to jy(J0
as if It were hot first-page news today.
Later, I heard Marshal Pijade, considered the father of Yugos-
lav Communism, address 50,000 people In one of the bitterest at-
tacks I have ever heard against Russia. Pijade was Jailed for 14
years by King Alexander, at which time he taught Marxurrto
other Yugoslav leaders but now Moscow calls him "the hideous
hunchback of Belgrade." When I heard him he quoted Thomaa
Dewey Walter Llppmann and Erneet Bevln as proof that Ruttla
Is a brutal nation and that the United States and England art
vigorously supporting Yugoslavia.
LESSON FOR U.g.
Thirty years ago I had charge of 100 Bulgar prisoners to a
diminutive Serbian village called Dobro Do, which means Good
Valley but the valley wasn't good, because it had been burned
out by the Bulgarian array and my Job was to rebuild the homes
of Serbian widows, using Bulgarian prisoners for labor. We alto
had a transport company of 100 conscripted Albanian, the Bulgar
prisoners and their Serbian guards discussing war and what caua-
el war.
That was in 1918 and they recalled that to 1912 Serbia and
Greece had fought Turkey, then In 1913 Bulgaria had fought Ser-
bia and Greece, and in 1914 the World War started. Thus for six
long years the Balkans were plunged in war war which neither
the Serbian guards nor their Bulgarian prisoners nor the Alba-
nian conscripts wanted. Their hope, they said, was Woodrow Wil-
son __he was going to proclaim a new world In which there would
be eternal peace.
Well the years have come and gone since then. Woodrow Wil-
son tried and failed, and Dobro Do since then once again was
ravished this time by the Germans, later by the Italians and
then liberated by the Russians who, at times, acted more like
conquerors than liberators.
This is the history of a typical Balkan village and when you
look round at the poverty which always follows In the wake of
war you understand why there Is Communism In the Balkans, for
people who are poor, who are bled white, who have nothing to
lose, trun to their desperation to desperate remedies.
This also may be a lesson for the United States for. If we get
Involved to war, its aftermath may find us nearer the Communism
which we are fighting so hard to avoid.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAJLI NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MARCH U. 1M1
'Take Readin On Yourself
Brings Out Stars Secrets
By MELROSE COWER
14-Year-Old Stripper Sent I IN HOLLYWOOD
To Convent in New Orleans
HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 12 Did
you ever "take a readin' on you."-
sell." as they say up In New Eng-
land?
Well, a Hollywood correspond-
ent recently moseyed around the
stu ,lo lots needling movie stars
Into commenting on their own
personalities, asking them to
"ta;:e ?. readin' on themselves
and the resultant quotes may be
o Interest to you film fans.
"There's a big Technicolor
lllmusical, "Two Tickets to
Broadway," on the fire at RKO
Rae lo. Tony Martin and Janet
Lei| h are two of the top stars.
QUQih Tony Martin:
" ay something about myself,
ah? Well. I'm a pretty fair singer,
I-guess, as singers go who have to
mal:? their living at it. But I'll
tell you something about myself
that.not many people know. I
wouldn't be a pretty fair singer if
Al Jolson hadn't given me the
best advice a fellow ever got. The
old master told me once:
- 'Quit worrying about that
bund, son. The band will follow
you. Just get out there and
sing, son. The band may wind
up a beat ahead, or a beat be-
' bjnd you, but it isn't going to
M&Uer.'"
jjAnd up spoke Janet Leigh:
-i 1^" a girl who believes in be-
, lng hippy, because one's own
happiness can rub off on others.
I li1' to keep my mind open to
reffij'e friendships."
Time's another picture at RKO.
3p* Company She Keeps," in
Ian Jane Greer robs Lizanetn
Sttotg of a potential husband in
the perron o Dennis O'Keete
Thl:: Is hardly fair to the tall 'av.
Hjr.liss with the throaty voice;
whel \iewetl in the light of "vhat
she -.as to s.:y about herseK.
" here's a lack in my life."
ai Lizaucih. "I need a hus-
bai 1. Nobody goes out looking
for love. That is, no one with
er a. I suppose in many ways
love is chemical. But whatever
II Is, when I find it, I'll give up
Jly career quicker than I can
nv 'yes' to the man's proposal.
J believe there's a lot more to
- "Hfe ihan beii:g a movie star.
3iSric Feldary, a top character
ac ) in the same picture, is sel
dor.i nervous:
I '! i*on\ worry about money,"
he :^id, "I don't worry about
WO'king, I don't worry about
milling, and I'll tell you why.
During the last war I served
wi.h the 10th Light Mountain
Ski Troops of the United Stales
Army. On Christmas Eve of 1114
I was one of 12 men who pinn-
ed Kj f"!ct down a crevasse in
the Italian Alps. Eight of the
men were killed. My back wis
broken, I spent eight months in
a hospital and had treatments
for many rtwlhs more. But I
urwv (I. io v.hat's there to
wo vy a- out now.' '
Le : I arl er is the new jur.gle
lord cf t':'.e movies, now starring
In P Oaticer Sol Lesser's "Tai-
aan'j Peril."
"I ccn\ lake any credit for hav-
ing -.-. uood physique, other than
that I've always taken pretty
good carj oi mv:eli." said Le.;.
"But. to tell the truth. I'm the
kind of a guy who'd like to put on
a few more clothes and play in
a sv. shDuckling costume drama.
Not that I want to quit playing |
Tanrn, you understand. I Just
dan', want to limit myself to that
alone."
Betle Davis plays a married
woman in her forties in the Jick
H. Picirbail-Bruce Manning pro-
duction, 'Payment on Demand "
"And why not?" she queried.
"I'm 41, and never have had the
lightest reluctance to admit
my age. The only thing about
increasing age that should a-
larm a sensible woman is the
fact that life is slipping by
when there is still so much to
do. At 20 we know nothing. At
30 we've learned a little, and at
40 we are finally growing wise.
We should all be permitted to
go on another century after we
finally become useful."
And Barry Sullivan, who co-
stars with Miss Davis, injects a
note of humor Into his self analy-
sis:
"I'm a man who hates breakfast
and who awakens slowly," he
growled, sort of. "My wife knows
this. So she bustles around mer-
rily to bring me early breakfast
on a tray. I have to face orange
Juice, Danish pastry, eggs and
coffee. It ruins my whole day.
When I eat a little to please her,
I only feel grumpier."
Did you ever "take a readin'
on yourself," as they say up In
New England.
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Classics Compared
With 'Dime Novels'
By Iowa Grand Jury
DUBUQUE. la.. March 12, (UP)
County Attorney John Dufly,
who ordered police to seize liter-
ary classics in a "raid" on the
Public Library, sought expert
opinion on whether cheap books
on sale at newsstands are any
more obscene.
Duffy said he ordered the clas-
sics seized so that a Grand Jury
investigating obscene literature
at the behest of a group of Irate
women will have some basis for
comparison.
Duffy asked President Virgil M.
Handler of the University of
Iowa to send an English litera-
ture processor here to evaluate
the books for the Grand Jury
when it reconvenes today.
"We want an expert to help the
Grand Jury decide what is realis-
tic literature and what Is Just
plain smut," Duffy said. "I'm no
expert on obscene literature and
I don't think the grand Jurors are,
either."
While he may not be an expert,
Duffy is a well bred man. He has
read the classics and he knows
that some are provocative to say
thelea.it.
S oyesterday he ordered police
to seize Fielding's "Tom Jones,"
Eoccaccio's "Decameron," tne
works of Rahelais.
He singled out those, he said,
because "if any books are o5?
scene, they are."
Police walked into the library,
lowered their voices In accord-
witu the "qi'let" signs, and
oo.: dowii the copies from the
shelves. On their way out, they
pear before the Grand Jury.
She did, and told the Jurors
that in her opinion the books
seized at the library and several
others under discussion in the
"cleanup" campaign are not oo-
scene.
During the library raid, officers
asked Miss Clark for copies of
"Stretch on the River." a novel
by Dubuque native Richard Bis-
sell which has ilpured in the con-
troversy. Miss C.'arl: said all the
copies were on loan.
"76c4 7
STARTING
THURSDAY
NEW ORLEANS, March 12,
(UP) A 14-year-old red-head-
ed stripper who came to famous
Rampart Street from her quiet
hometown in Mississippi was in a
convent today and police held a
man who said he lived with her
for four months. -j
Juvenile authorities arresiecT,
the girl Saturday after viewing
her early morning show and "ex-
tra" activities at the Dog House
Night Club on North Rampart
Street, one of New Orleans' most
storied entertainment districts.
They said she took off every-
thing except a G-string and a
filmy brassiere, smoked cigar-
ettes and kept the customers hap-
py by doubling as a B-Glrl.
"Well, It's a living, isn't it?"
she said. "A girl's got to make a
living, hasn't she?"
Juvenile authorities put her in
the Convent of the Good Shep-
herd and arrested four persons at
the club, including her alleged
lover. Officers refused to com-
ment on the case today, and a
spokesman at the convent said
the background of all of its girl;
was unknown.
"We are not Interested In the
background of these girls here,
other than that they need help,"
the spokesman said.
Capt. William Walker, Sr., cf
the Juvenile Division of New
Orleans Police, identified the
love.- as Edward James Haley,
25. Others arrested were Robert
A. Martinez, 49, owner of the Dog
House Club; William Douglass,
master 'of ceremonies and Penny
Kelly, 25, another worker at the
club
Haley was booked on a charge
of having relations with a female
under 17 and the others were
charged with contributing to her j
delinquency and were paroled by
Crim'nal District Judge George
F.Platt.
Haley said he first thought the
girl was 18 or 19, and that when
he found out she was 14 he "con-
tinued living with her because I
was going to marry her." Haley
said he was trying to get a di-
vorce from his present wife.
Capt. Walker said the girl gave
her age as 20, and that she had
stripped in three or four other
shows in the French Quarter. Of-
ficers said the girl was ma'ure,
and could pass for 20.
She said she came to New Or-
leans from Brookhaven, Miss.,
last September to see her two sis-
ters and to be a dancer.
"I've never been a dancer be-
fore; there aren't any night clubs
in Brookhaven," she said.
She said the dancing Job didn t
require much talent.
"There's nothing to It. For my
first Job, I bought a costume, put
it on, went out on the stage and
took it off."
Strict Louisiana Juvenile laws
call for closed hearings in any of-
ficial consideration of the case.
By Erskine Johnson
NEA Staff Correspondent
"DARK CITY"
Superb drama of action and thrilling will opening next
Thursday at the Central Theatre.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-
hind the Screen: Lulse Ralner,
the Viennese doll who has two
Academy Oscars (1936 and 1938)
but who has appeared in only one
movie since 1944"and that we
don't talk about"has stopped
blushing when people ask her
"wot hoppened?"
' There's no cloak and dagger
mystery to it. Luises movie
personal disappearance was
partly her fault, which she ad-
mits, and, she says, partly Hol-
lywood's.
Starring here for two weeks in
"Joan of Lorraine" at the Ivar
Theater, the one-time cinematic
boxoffice blockbuster told me:
"I was very young. There were
a lot of things I was unprepared
for. I was too honest. I talked se-
rious instead of with my eyelash-
es and Hollywood thought I was
cuckoo.
"I worked In seven big pictures
in three years. I have to be In-
spired to give a good perform-
ance. I complained to a studio
executive that the source was
dried up. The executive told me:
Why worry about the source. Let
the director worry about that.'
"I didn't run away from any-
body in Hollywood. I ran away
from myself."
Lulse doesn't like to talk about
her last film seven years ago "be-
cause the studio tried to change
me into a glamor girl and it was
awful."
She now lives In New York as
Mrs. Robert Knittel (he's a pub-
lisher) and has a four-year-old
daughter, Francesca. She's been
touring with "Joan," on and off.
for three years and has started
on TV shows in N.Y. and (London.
During the war she entertained
GIs In Africa and Italy, and help-
ed find U.S. homes for European
war orphans. Now she has vari-
ous plans, a ha If hour video show,
a Broadway play, perhaps a mo-
vie. She says:
"I've set a Standard for myself.
I have a ereat desire to work in
things I likenot Just to work to
be working."
EYE FOR TALENT
David O. Selznlck might have
discovered Valll, Jennifer Jones,
Ingrid Bergman and Louis Jour-
dan, but. Bud Abbott and Lou
Costello are crowing about Shaye
Cogan. their TV find, who makes
her movie debut with them in
"The Real McCoy."
Shaye, a smaller edition of
Betty Hutton, listened shyly
while Costello told me how he
had first spotted her at New
York's Copacabana as a singer
and then signed her after
watching her on his TV screen
on the Vaughn Monroe show.
Lou predicts she'll be a big star.
"Actresses always do well after
they work with us," he says.
| "Take Marjorle Main. She was a
sick woman with five doctors
when she made 'The Wistful Wi-
dow from Wagon Gap' with us.
j When the picture was over, she
only had two doctors.".

If Errol Flynn can dash off
novels between, pictures, so can
David Nlven.
He's just finished correcting
galley proofs on his first book,
"Round the Rugged Rocks," and
is at work -on his seconda rib-
tickler tagged "Murgatroyd."
"The publishers gave me quite
a big advance on the new one." he
confided. "I'm reasonably sure
that they don't buy a chap's book
because they like the shoes he
wears."
David isn't sure which he likes
the bestprinter's ink or TV
He's crazy about video. "I'm the
only actor in the world who loves
working in it. It's all so hopeless
and such a frightful shambles.
Everybody forgets his lines. I
truly love'it."
NERVY WORK
Perzy High, a modern Robin
Hood who has become -Holly-
wood's Mr. Big in the bow and ar-
row business, says movietown can
go on worrying about its hits.
With Perzv, it's the near misses
that count.
"A direct hit is easy," says
Perzy, who did all the trick ar-
chery work in "Joan of Arc" and
"Passage West." To prove his
point, his wife, Pat, began toss-
ing five-inch cardboard discs
into the air and Perzy put an
arrow through the middle of
every one before it hit the
ground.
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PANAMA, B, P., LUNES, MARZO 12, 151
CINCO CENTESIMOS
A 12 millas del Paralelo "38"
han llegado las fuerzas aliadas
"Sesenta por uno",
mueren los rojos,
declara Rldgway
FRENTE CENTRAL DE CO-
REA, Marzo 12 (UP) El Ge-
neral Matthew B- Rldgway dio
que si la Guerra Coreana le1 -
mina en el Paralelo 38 seria
una tremenda victoria para tea
Naciones Unidas. Slnembargo,
Rldgway dijo que l no sao.a
de ningn plan para terminar
la guerra en la vieja frontera
entre Corea del Nore y del dur
Rldgway dijo que su Octavo
Ejrcito le estaba ocasionan.lo
bajas a los comunistas "sesea
ta a uno" en comparacin a
los aliados, durante la presen-
te ofensiva. "Las fuerzas de
mar, tierra y aire de los alia-
dos le han sacado mucho ai re-
al globo del podero militar cal-
no. Al grado que desinflemos
la reputacin militar China, a
se mismo grado influencia,e-
mos el pensamiento de millo-
nes y millones de asiticos'.
Los rojos parecen estar ya
abandonando a Sel tras la
prdida de 60.000 hombres
TOKIO, marzo 12. (UP).
El Octavo Ejrcito Norteame-
ricano avanz hasta a cinco
millas de la base comunista
de Hongchon y a 12 millas del
Paralelo 38, pisndole los ta-
lones a los comunistas.
Los rojos norcoreanos y chi-
nos se retiraron hacia el Pa-
ralelo 38, en el frente de 70 mi-
llas a lo largo de Corea Cen-
tral y hacia el Oeste dieron
muestras de estar abandonando
Sel.
El General Matthew B. Rld-
way, comandante de las fuerzas
terrestres aliadas en Corea, dl-
po que el Octavo Ejrcito se
dirige hacia el Paralelo 38 la
vieja frontera entre Corea del
Norte y Corea del Sur en su
ofensiva.
Rldway dijo que sus tropas
han matado, herido o captu-
El Alcalde ngel Vega Mn lez
explica su actuacin relativa
a las detenciones reciente?
Mantiene que no procede el Habeas Corpus cuando
el asunto ha sido ya fallado
rado ms de mil rojos en su
ofensiva de seis dias. Las fuer-
zas de tierra de las Naciones
Unidas han matado, herido o
capturado ms de treinta mil
soldados en la ofensiva, sin
contar las bajas causadas por
la Fuerza Area aliada.
Las primeras seales de la
retirada roja de Sel fue dada
a conocer por los pilotos noc-
turnos, qCtes dijeron que ha-

Don Juan Galindo
a nombre del PNR
contesta excitativa
"El comienzo es
el Asa", dice el
Gral. MacArthur
TOKIO, Marzo 12 (UP) 21
General MacArthur dijo que os
agresores comunistas deben s*r
detenidos en Asia, o usarn a-ai
victorias en se lugar como un
trampoln para atacar al re-sto
del mundo. Dijo que los dili-
gentes comunistas estn deci-
didos a ganar el control de'.
mundo.
El General MacArthur dijo:
"Asia es el comienzo de sus
planes. La presente agresin e-.i
Asia est dirigida por hombre*
que quieren imponer el comu-
nismo en el mundo entero, y
quienes estn dispuestos a re-
currir a la fuerza para obtener
ese fin".
"Ellos usan el poderlo como
un trampoln para obtener m podero, sin prestar la menor
(Pasa a la Pgina I. Col. 2)
Desean voluntarios
en la Seccin de
Defensa Civil
La Oficina Central del Comi-
sionado Jefe de la Defensa Civil,
don Antonio .T. de Reuter, ha-
ce por este medio un llamado
general a todos cuantos deseen
colaborar en la defensa civil de
la poblacin, para que se ins-
criban en la misma y al efecto,
desde maana martes trece, en
las horas hbiles quedar abler-'.
ta la Inscripcin de voluntarios;
en la Oficina Central, situaaa
en el Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia, Palacio Nacional.
Tambin hace una excitativa,
por este medio, al as personas
que prestaron servicios en la
Defensa Civil pasada, para que
se Inscriban de nuevo y entren
a formar parte de la Organiza-
cin.
Las personas que se inscriban
llenaran la siguiente ficha:
FICHA
Defensa CivilDespacho Central
..ombre y apellidos: _________
Edad.......___8exo.........
Nacionalidad..................
Profesin.....................
Telfono......................
Direccin del trabajo,___.....\
Telfono......................
Si Rusia inicia la guerra
se usar la bomba atmica
Generales
Qu otra profesin o profe-
siones conoce? ...______......
.'asa a la ptina o cul
Colegio
Ser puesto a la
venia el
Mframdr de Panam
El edificio que ocupa actual-
mente el Colegio Miramar se
r puesto a la venta tan pron-
to como comiencen este ao ls
cursos generales del Colegio de
La Salle en sus nuevos edificio*.
El Nuevo Colegio de La Salle
tendr una capacidad de 1,500
a 2,000 alumnos.
Con el fin de alojar a todos
los estudiantes del Colegio Mi-
ramar, el ala derecha del eit-
iejo que tienen una entenslm
de 70 metros por veinte de an-
cho, se est terminando. Esta
ala alojar a toda la escueH
primaria y los dos primeros a-
os de bachillerato.
El otra ala se terminar en
el curso de este ao. Y se pro-
ceder Inmediatamente al cue--
on central del edificio que ser-
vir para las oficinas, una co-
pula de planl Inclinado y un
aula mxima de planl Inclina-
do con capacidad para dos mil
personas ambas- Este edificio
central tiene un largo de 50
metros.
La Salle aceptar este ao a-
lumnos Internos, los cuales lia-
rn sus estudios en el Interna-
do de Dlrlamba, Nicaragua,
pues aqu an no tienen faci-
lidades para internado.
El nuevo colegio de La Salle
tendr canchas para todos lo?
deportes. El antiguo Colegio df
La Salle, en la Plaza de Bolivar
seguir funcionando como has i',
a'nora.
Dar recital el 15
en la Universidad
Ester Mara Oses
Programa del recital que la
poetisa panamea Ester Mara
Oses dar el Jueves 15 de mar-
zo, a las 6 y SO p.m. en el
Paraninfo de la Universidad.
IPieza musical al piano por
el profesor Hans Janowltz. "Po-
lonesa" en Do sostenido menor
de Chopin.
nPal abras introductorias
por el profesor Miguel Meja
Dutary.
IIIPoemas por Ester Mana
Oses. la. Parte.
1 Creciente
a) Augurio
b) Viento del Sur
s) Torrente
1 Estrella de Mar
S Siempre Llama
IVPieza musical al plano
por Bans Janowltz. "Sueo de
Amor" de Lltz.
VPoemas por Ester Mara
Oses. na. Parte.
1 La Barca Encantada
a> Un sueo
b) La Red Milagrosa
ct Cielos Viajeros
JEl Milagro
VIHimno Nacional.
El seor Alcalde del Distrito,
Lie. ngel Vega Mndez hizo a
"El Panam Amrica" esta ma-
ana las siguientes Ueclaraclo-
nes al momento de enviar su
informe al Juez IV del Circui-
to de Panam, Manuel Burgos:
"Los sindicados Ricardo Adol-
fo de la Guardia, Homero y
Mario Velasquez, Huertas Pon-
ce, Vctor Chanson y Evan-
gelio Karlca, fueron arrestados
en la noche del 8 del presente
mes sin cjue yo como Alcalde
hubiese tomado participacin
alguna.
"El dia S a las once de la
maana los citados seores
fueron trados a la Alcalda a-
cusados por el Inspector Je-
fe de la Polica Secreta y va-
rios testigos presenciales de h&-
ber proferido insultos y fra-
ses depresivas contra el Pri-
mer Mandatario. Inmediata-
mente esta Alcalda conocedo-
ra del procedimiento a seguir
en estos casos, les tom inda-
gatoria a cada uno de los se-
ores anteriormente menciona-
dos. Luego se tomaron las de-
claraciones de los testigos pre-
senciales y en las indagatorias
nadie ofreci presentar prue-
bas de descargo. En tales con-
diciones la Alcalda dict la
Resolucin condenatoria de 15
das de arresto incomutables.
En las primeras horas de la
noche se les notific a los sin-
dicados la resolucin que desa-
t el Juicio pollclvo y nica-
mente Ricardo Adolfo de la
Guardia, al momento de noti-
ficarse interpuso recurso de a-
pelacln. En consecuencia la
Alcalda venci en Juicio le-
galmente de conformidad con
el 829 del Cdigo Administra-
tivo a los acusados por lo que
considero ilegal e ilgico acep-
tar siquiera por un Juez los
recursos de -Habeas Corpus in-
terpuestos en estos casos.
Es falso, totalmente falso,
que yo me haya negado a fir-
mar o a notificarme de las re-
soluciones que acogieron va-
rios recursos de Habeas Cor-
pus en relacin a este enojoso
asuntos. He negu a notificarme
de algunas resoluciones que le
dieron fin a ciertos recursos
de Habeas Corpus porque el
mismo Juez IV ha manifesta-
do que yo como Alcalde no
puedo interponer recurso algu-
no ya que en estos negocios no
se me poda considerar como
rasa a la Par . Col *>
Hemos recibido la siguiente
carta que ha sido enviada por
el seor Juan Galindo, presi-
dente del Directorio Nacional
del PNR, al seor don Marcos
Robles. Director del Pais, en
contestacin a un llamado que
hizo este ltimo a los parti-
dos Renovador y PNR.
12 de marzo de 1951.
Sr. don Marco A. Robles
Director de El Pas.
Ciudad.
Mi estimado amigo:
El mensaje que usted, en su
noble condicin de director de
"El Pas" y de vocero de su
partido, le dirige al Partido
Nacional Revolucionarlo exhor-
tando a sus miembros "a que
no observen una actitud con-
templativa frente a lo que est
ocurriendo", deja traslucir on
primer trmino el propsito -
invocado de enlazar el desti-
no de nuestras respectivas a-
grupaclones polticas a la suer-
te de una Institucin bancaria
privada, cuyos intereses no han
defendido sus propios dirigen-
tes.
El resultado de los esfuerzos
desplegados por ustedes para
encender las iras populares con
motivo del affair del Fiducia-
rio, est proclamando lo equi-
vocado de su propsito ya que
pone de manifiesto que la co-
munidad se ha negado a iden-
tificar sus intereses vitales con
los intereses de una empresa
particular.
En segundo trmino su men-
saje pareciera sugerir la exis-
tencia, sin fundamento en la
realidad, de una estrecha vin-
culacin entre el PNR y el Go-
bierno, asi como nuestra apro-
(Pasa a la Pan:na s. Col. I)
Son nombrados en
Coln suplentes
del Gobernador
COLON, marzo 12 (AM)
Por informes obtenidos por es-
te redactor en la Secretaria de
la Gobernacin de esta Provin-
cia, han sido nombrados por
Decreto No. 746 del 9 de mar-
zo los seores Silvio Salazar,
como primer suplente y el se-
or Osear Tern, segundo su-
plente de dicha Gobernacin.
El nombramiento de estos se-
ores se ha recibido con bene-
plcito por la comunidad colo-
nense conocedora de los mri-
tos de dichos ciudadanos.
El Banco Fiduciario hace
comentarios a informes del
lng. Enrique Linares Jr.
Si no se hacen a tiempo los
pedidos no podr realizarse
campaa sanitaria en el pas
As lo declara el
Gral. Eisenhower
terminantemente
El Dr. Fr%d S. Soper le In-
form a los funcionarlos de la
Campaa Antl mal arica de
nuestro pais, que deben apre-
Est reparndose
el muelle de la
baha de Panam
surarse a hacer sus pedidos de
DDT, Hexacloruro de benceno
(gamezane) y otros productos
de lucha sanitaria, en vista de
las restricciones que se est
imponiendo a los mismos.
El Dr. Aurelio Lpez, Jefe de
la Campaa Antimalrica, in-
form al Dr. Soper, que posi-
blemente la seccin que dirige
tendr que hacer frente al rie-
go de DDT de alrededor de
133,000 viviendas, que son las
que arroja el Censo de 1950 al
excluir las ciudades de Pa-
nam y Coln.
El muelle de la baha de Pa-
nam, al costado del Mercado
Pblico, se encuentra en repa-
racin. Debido a las condlcio- .
nes en que se encontraba este, preparativos en caso de
muelle- no podan atracar algu- guerra, el
El D. Soper a su vez, anunci
al Departamento de Salud P-
blica que con motivo de los
una
res-
Varios heridos en
otro accidente en
la Transstmica
COLON, marzo 12. (J.B.)
Anoche como a las 11:15 p.m.
ocurri otro accidente de trn-
sito en la carretera transst-
mica cerca del Hospital Naval
de Coco Solo, cuando el taxi
con placa C-10139 manejado por
Alfred Augustus Parrls (a) Ja-
llepy, se desvi del camino al
tratar de no chocar con una
chiva que se encontraba esta-
cionada sin luces en el camino.;
Segn informes obtenidos en
la Personera Municipal de es-
ta'ciudad, el chofer Parrls ve-
nia manejando su carro a una
velocidad de 40 45 millas por
hora y al tratar de no cho-
car la chiva se desvi del ca-
mino yendo a volcarse a su
mano izquierda del camino.
Las personas que acompaa-
ban a Parrls son Bernardo
Brancroff, panameo, negro de
23 aos, soltero, jornalero, con
residencia en Avenida Central
No. 5056. Roy Brown, jamaica-
no, negro de 20 aos de edad,
Jornalero, residente' entre ca-
lles 11 y 12 No. 11073 cuarto I.
Roy Green, panameo, negro,
de 19 aos de edad con resi-
dencia en la Avenida Justo A-
rosemena 10151 y Cirilo de
Freitas, panameo, Moreno de
20 aos de edad, residente en
avenida Bolivar No. 8070 apar-
tamento 11, altos. Tambin se
encontraba en el carro en el
momento del accidente el seor
George Miller, hermano del in-
fortunado Rupert Miller, quien
perdi la vida hace varios me-
ses en el accidente sufrido por
Rocky McKay, pero con la
suerte de salir Ileso.
No podemos dar detalles so-
bre la gravedad de los heridos
por haber sido imposible con-
Dos gobernadores
hay en el Estado
de Marnhao. Brasil
RIO DE JANEIRO, Marzo 12
(UP).El Estado de Marnhao.
al norte del pals, tiene dos Go-
bernadores y uno de ellos ad-
virti que costar derrama-
miento de sangre el intentr-
sele quitar el puesto.
Eugenio de Barros, triunfan-
te en las elecciones de Octu-
bre pasado tom posesin el 28
de Febrero, pero se traslad de
la Casa de Gobierno al Cuar-
tel del Ejrcito, al aumentar
el sentimiento popular en su
contra en San Luis, capital del
Estado, paralizada desde su to-
ma de posesin por una huel-
ga. Su traslado al cuartel hizo
pensar que habla dimitido.
El Presidente del Tribunal
Supremo, Nelson Jansen, tom
posesin de la Gobernacin, y
ayer nombr sus secretarlos,
pero esta maana Barros a-
nunclo que continuaba siendo
Gobernador y oue intentaba
mantenerse en su cargo, salvo
que lo depusiera las autori-
dades electorales, pues en otra
forma "habr derramamiento
de sangres y es posible que
hasta yo mismo sucumba."
San Luis est prcticamente
aislado del resto del pais de-
bido a la huelga de transpor-
tes ferroviarios y areos, y de-
bido a que las comuniclones
telegrficas y telefnicas slo
se logran espordicamente.
ios" barcos que e dedicaban a tringlendo todos los artculos
en este concepto. | latlnoamericanos deben darse
o..,.. k..nn. tion.r, nua atra-'prisa en obtener sus cuotas y
^SoSr^^.^^^Zr^comp,etos "
barcos que han dejado de atra- r
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido copia de la nota que
la Junta Directiva de la Com-
paa Fiduciaria, 8. A., envi
al Sr. Enrique Linares Jr., en
respuesta a los informes prepa-
rados por este en relacin con
la situacin del Banco fi-
duciario:
Panama, Marzo 11 de 1951.
Sr. Enrique Linares Jr.
Ciudad.
Estimado seor:
Ha sido doloroso para noso-
tros el que naya sido por la
prensa local que nos entera-
ramos de ciertos puntos de vis-
ta y planes suyos como repre-
sentante del Gobierno Nacio-
nal ante la Compaa Fidu-
ciaria de Panam, S. A. Y de-
cimos doloroso, porque tales
puntos de vista, de haberlos
expuesto Ud. ante la Junta Di-
rectiva, habrian recibido de
parte de sta la consideracin
que se merecen, y posiblemen-
te habran variado tras un
examen sincero y sereno de los
mismos.
Pero seria inexcusable que no
aclarramos conceptos que Ud.
vierte. La publicacin de su
ltimo informe bajo el ttulo
de "La Verdad Acerca del Fi-
duciario", en hoja suelta, pue-
de hacer mucho mal y ningn
bien, pues no es la exaltacin
de pasiones el estado de ni-
mo propicio para encontrar la
solucin del problema.
' Se opina en su informe que
la Gerencia de la Compaa
Fiduciaria, en forma arbitra-
rla ha antepuesto los Intere-
ses del hotel El Panam a los
intereses del Gobierno Nacio-
nal y a los de la Caja de Se-
(Pasa a la pgina C columna )
car al muelle se encuentra el
Quebrancha, que se dedica al
negocio de cemento, que es de
bandera panamea y distribu-
ye el Cemento Panam.
Tambin reciban cemento
los buques ecuatorianos Don
Pepe y Don Carlos y que ahora
Entre los artculos mencio-
nados se encuentran algunos
antibiticos, todos los produc-
tos qumicos de combate de In-
sectos, etc., y especial los ma-
teriales bsicos para la pro-
duccin del DDT y el gameza-
no (hexacloruro de benceno).
El Departamento de Salud
Pblica est tomando rplda-
reye ) uva vnuo j nut """ publica esta tomanac
lo hacen en Balboa hasta tan- mente las medidas del caso an-
to se acondicione bien el muelle. ,e esta contingencia.
Otro barco, el Helvetia, colom-:---------------------------------------
blano. tambin ha dejado de
atracar en el muelle de la Ba-
ha.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 12 UP)
El General Elsenhower creo
que los dirigentes rusos serian
verdaderamente tontos" en l-
niciar una guerra contra loa
Estados Unidos, ya que l usa-
ra la bomba atmica "inme-
diatamente" si sto significar*
suficiente "destruccin estra-
tgica".
Elsenhower expres esos pun-
tos de vista en una sesin se-
creta del Comit de las Fuerza*
Armadas y Relaciones Exterio-
res del Senado, en Febrero.
Eisenhower, quien se encuen-
tra en Paris ahora mismo, ad-
virti a los Senadores que no se
deben dejar impresionar por la
propaganda Rusa en cuanto al
podero militar del Soviet. Dijo
que la fuerza Internacional del
occidente puede hacerse frente
a las amenazas sovlicas coux
fuerzas "muchos menores" que
las rusas y "brindarle seguridad
a grandes extensiones de Eu-
ropa Occidental".
Dijo Elsenhower que los sa-
tlites de Rusia serian una do
las principales fuentes de "de-
bilitamiento' y no de podero.
Su comando le est prestando
mucha atencin a los "disiden-
tes" en los Estados esclavos del
Soviet, y est convencido q ie
su poder de debilitamiento ese-
cena a medida que la guerra
avanzara.
Mientras tanto, los lderes del
Congreso esperaban discutir el
asunto del envi de tropas a
Europa con el Presidente Tru-
(Pasa a la Pax Col.
"INo habr solucin alguna a
la crisis mientras Rusia no
abandone su actitud agresiva"
KIDDERMINSTER, Inglaterra "es necesario tener un teln d
Marzo 12 (UP) 'Miemius hierro, porque si no, los otros
Rusia no abandone su "impe-
rialismo agresivo", no habr so-
lucin al conflicto entre Oner-
te y Occidente", dijo el Prl.rcr
Ministro Clement Attlee en un
mitin laborista.
En su discorso, dijo que les
britnicos deben aceptar la. e-
xigenclas de los comunista* y
estar dispuestos, si es necesa-
rio, a defender su libertad.
Mencionando una "notaolf '
serie de deserciones recientes tn
el campo comunista, Attlee a-
gre que para los comunistas
Hicieron visita
a la Presidencia
mdicos de E. U.
Los mdicos miembros de la
Asamblea de Mdicos Graduados
de Nueva Orleans visitaron esta
maana al Excmo. Sr. Presiden-
te de la Repblica. Dr. Arnulfo
Arias M-, y departieron sobre di-
versos puntos de Inters mdico.
Los mdicos que se acercaron
a la Presidencia a las once de la
maana, se encuentran haciendo
seguir los datos en el Hospital una visita especial a nuestro
Amador Guerrero. pais.
muchos del otro lado, podran
vet lo que suceed ac. El co-
munismo slo puede tener xi-
to en donde las condiciones
sean tan malas que pierdan al
compararlas con el comunismo'.'
Explic que a eso se debo el
ixlto obtenido por los con.u -
instas en las regiones atraca-
das, sin haber logrado progreso
alguno en lugares como Gran
Bretaa, Canad, Australia.
3uecla o Dinamarca. Dijo que
en otros tiempos se leian na-
rraciones de opresin en Rujia
y deportaciones a Siberia, y a-
greg "Podis leer nuevamen-
te que esas cosas suceden a'..c-
ra all, pero mucho peor"
En un tributo a Ernest B-
v.n, quien dimiti como Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exterloics
despus de desempear la Car
:-ia durante 5 aos, Attlee di-
jo que Bevin habla tratado con
insistencia y siempre sin xl
tu. logar un entendimiento con
Rusia. "No pudimos lograr'.c
porque ellos no lo queran. Lle-
g el momento en que compren-
dimos que teniamos que hac-*
de las Naciones Unidas una or-
ganizacin para el manten'
miento de la paz"'.
Sin maestro estuvo"
todo el ao 1950
El "Achiote"
COLON, marzo 9. .
Los seoras Julio Guevara y
Aurelio Molinar, vecinos de la
poblacin del Achiote, Jurisdic-
cin del distrito de Chagres,
informaron a este corresponsal
que la mencionada poblacin
estuvo el ao prximo pasado
sin maestro. Dicen los referidos
seores que en el ao mil no-
vecientos cuarenta y nueve se
nombr maestro en dicho lugar,
pero que en 1950, la misma
maestra estuvo hasta mediados
del ao y luego sin saber el
pueblo los motivos, fue desti-
tuida. En vista de tal situacin,
ellos Interesados por la educa-
cin de sus hijos, piden al se-
or Ministro de Educacin el
nombramiento de un maestro
para el ao escolar que se a-
veclna.
La vacunacin se
inici hoy en la
maana en sta
La vacunacin contra la T-
ntela se inici hoy en el MI
nlsterlo de Previsin Social, en
donde se situaron muy tempra-
no esta maana los funciona-
rios de la Oficina de Sanidad
de la ciudad de Panam, con
la asistencia personal del Dr
Forrest Brown, Mdico Direc-
tor de esa Oficina.
La labor se inici con cele-
bridad, y todo el personal JM
Ministerio se estuvo vacunando
gradualmente, asi como per-
sonas que visitaban los distin-
tos despachos, se agregaron al
grupo de los interesados en
vacunarse.
En el curso de esta semana
se visitarn y vacunar en o-
Uos despachos pblicos y sec-
tores de la ciudad.
Sl'GUO PARA ESTADOS
UNIDOS EL DOCTOR
OCTAVIO FABREGA
Ayer sigui para Nueva York
por la va area el Doctor Octa-
via Fbrega a atender asuntos
relacionados con su profesin
El Doctor Fbrega es un distin-
guido jurisconsulto, miembro de
la sociedad de abogados "Arias
Fbrega It Fbrega".
El Dr. Fbrega espera regre-
sar a Panam dentro de breves
dias.
Interpnese recurso de Habeas
Corpus contra t'Ministro de
Gobierno, Jos C. de Obalda
Al notificarse el Ministro pide que sea condenado el
abogado recurrente por temeridad de la accin
En la maana de hoy el abo-1
gado local Carlos A. Cajal, ln-l
terponia en la Corte 8uprema de
Justicia, un recurso extraordl-|
narlo de Habeas Corpus en fa-
vor del conocido comunista Hu-
gO Vctor y en contra del seor;
Ministro de Gobierno y Justi- \
ca, Don Jos Clemente de Obal-
dia.
Dicho recurso fu repartido i
esta maana al Magistrado!
Erasmo de la Guardia, Presiden- i
te de la Corte Suprema, y all
corrrsele las notificaciones de
ley al Ministro de Gobierno, es-
te funcionario inform a la Cor-
te que no ha Impartido rde-
nes a nongn funcionarlo p-
blico ni a la Polica Secreta Na-
cional para detener a Hugo
Vctor. El Ministro solicita en su
informe que se declare impro-
cedente el recurso, anallsa sus
fundamentos y pide la condena
del abogado Carlos A. Cajal por
temeridad de la accin, a la pe-
' na de B. 10.00 a B.100.00 de mu-
Es expulsado de
Praga el Primado
de Checoeslovaquia
PRAGA, Marzo 12 (UP). El
Primado Catlico de Checo-
eslovaquia, Arzobispo Josef Be-
ran, fu obligado a abando-
nar esa capital y ha quedado
recluido en el interior del pais.
La noticia fu dada por la
radioemisora oficial de Praga,
la cual dijo que Beran se ha-
llaba recluido por cometer su-
puestos actos, ''contra la ley.'
Tambin inform que Beran
haba sido "multado", pero sin
revelar la suma y que las au-
toridades eclesisticas, con la
aprobacin del Gobierno Che-
coeslovaco, haban nombrado
Vicario capitular de la arqul-
dlocesis de Praga al cannigo
Antonin Stehllk.
El anuncio trasmitido por la
Radio de Praga deca textual-
mente: "Debido a que la Ofi-
cina del Estado para asuntos
de la Iglesia ha anunciado que
el Arzobispo de Praga, doctor
Josef Beran fu multado por
su actitud negativa hacia las
leyes de la Iglesia por los co-
rrespondientes organismos ad-
ministrativos, se le ha ordena-
do vivir fuera de Praga, y el
cargo de Arzobispo de Pra^a
ha quedado vacante. Por lo
tanto, el Capitulo de Metropo-
(Pasa a la Pg S, coL )
ta convertible en arresto con-
forme el artculo 2411 del Cdi-
go Judicial.
El expediente ha pasado al
despacho del Magistrado Po-
nente para su estudio y decisin
final.
Don Julio Briceo
es Secretario
de la Cancillera
El seor Jallo E. Briceo fue
nombrado hoy Secretario del
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores, en reemplao de don Jos
Ehrman, quien fue nombrado
recientemente Secretario Gene-
ral de la Presidencia.
El seor Julio E. Briceo ve-
na ocupando el cargo de Jefa
de Rentas Internas del Minis-
terio de Hacienda. Hasta ahora
no se ha anunciado quin lera
nombrado en esta important*
posicin. '
Sin reclamar hay
en la Alcalda de
Coln unas cdulas
COLON, Marzo 12 UB).En
la Alcalda Municipal se en-
cuentran sin reclamar gran
numero de cdulas de Identidad
personal.
Por este medio se avisa a los
interesados ya que sern se-
riamente sancionados todas las
personas que no lleven consigo
su cdula de identidad perso-
nal.
El Lie. Rubn Mir
se hace cargo de
una magistratura
Desde el prximo viernes so
har cargo de la Magistratura
del Segundo Tribunal de Justi-
cia, el.Lie. Rubn O. Mir, quien
entra a reemplazar al Magis-
trado Luis A. Carrasco, que se
separa del Tribunal por el tr-
mino de dos meses, en uso de
vacaciones.
El Licenciado Rubn O Mir
ha ocupado, en su calidad de su-
plente, distintas posiciones en
los Tribunales de Justicia, y es
un conocido profesional del do-
recho.


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LUNES, MARZO 12, 19S1
LA OLIGARQUA MILITAR DE LA
REPBLICA DOMINICANA
nace pocos das las agencias de prensa dieron
.a noticia de que el 'Generalsimo" Rafael Leni-
das TrujilloJete del Estado Dominicanose ha-
ba separado temporalmente del cargo habindolo
reemplazado su hermano, el Ministro de la Guerra,
General Hctor Trujillo Molina.
Hasta el momento no se ha podido precisar en
el extranjero cul es la verdadera causa de esta
maniobra poltica. Unos dicen que se trata de un
mero descanso del Jefe Militar y Jefe del Poder
Ejecutivo de aquel pas prcticamente desde hace
ms de veinte aos. Otros dicen que lo que preten-'
de el dictador es volver una vez ms a su campaa
para la reeleccin presidencial.
Las causas que hayan determinado el retiro
aparente del Poder de parte del "Generalsimo"
Trujillo no tienen mayor importancia. Lo que s
es impresionante es el hecho de que el mando pre-
sidencial de la Repblica sea algo que est sujeto
exclusivamente a la voluntad de un individuo y al
control de una familia.
Los argumentos que se pretenden invocar co-
mo explicacin de lo que pasa en la Repblica Do-
minicana, o mejor dicho como justificacin de lo
que all sucede, no pueden convencer a los pueblos
libres de Amrica. Todos sabemos que nadie se re-
signa a estar bajo la frula de un rgimen sin pla-
zo. Muy duro debe ser para la comunidad de aquel
pas tener que aceptar el cambio del nombre his-
trico de su capital por el del jefe militar conver-
tido en dictador. As debe suceder tambin con es-
ta maniobra nueva que, a no dudarlo, debe irritar
al pueblo de Santo Domingo y que, necesariamente,
tiene que producir escorzor en la opinin continen-
tal.
Es urgente que el movimiento en pro de la
democracia americana adquiera mayores propor-
ciones y mayor efectividad. En presencia de una
campaa mundial difcil no es posible que se vea
con indiferencia lo que pasa en algunos pases del
hemisferio en donde la democracia es una bandera
que se divisa de lejos. Para luchar con mayor fuer-
za contra el comunismo es indispensable robuste-
cer el principio de la libertad, y mientras existan
regmenes dictatoriales en nuestro continente ha-
br una ola peligrosa de desconfianza colectiva en
relacin con los UU'ales que debemos defender.
Este problema de Yak dictaduras mffitares tam-
bin debe ser un motivo d profunda preocupacin
para los gobiernos democrticos de Amrica, es-
pecialmente para aquellos que por mltiples cir-
cunstancia sirven de gua en esta cruzada por la
libertad humana.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
L R.V.
DOS LIBROS DE VERSOS DE
RICARDO GMRAO
Una excelente amiga ma, la
seora Blanca Korsl de Rlpoll.
ha puesto en mis manos, en ca-
lidad de prstamo y yo co-
nozco la ciencia de devolver
los libros que se me prestan
dos libros de Ricardo Ouirao,
un poeta de Orlhuela, en el
Levante espaol. Orihuela des-
pierta en mi el recuerdo de
Gabriel Mir, quiz el prosis-
ta ms fino y ms sensual del
primer tercio de este siglo que
me ha tocado vivir.
El primero de esos libros, ti-
tulado "Cartel de Espaa", can-
ta las bellezas de aquel pais
con fervor digno de loa. Com-
prendo que a la seora Blanca
Korsl de Ripoll tan entusias-
ta de Espaa, conocedora y
prcticamente de sus danzas
le plazcan esas poesas de Ri-
cardo Ouirao. Cada regln de
Espaa encuentra su oda en
el tomo "Cartel de Espaa".
Es poesia de grito, para el
entusiasmo y los ^aplausos. Es
poesia que suena en el esce-
nario de un teatro.
Abro el libro al azar, y en-
cuentro esta estrofa consagra-
da a Crdoba:
Crdoba est adornada con
ricos cachemires,
terciopelos bordados en tierras
orintale!,
presentes de sultanes y ddivas
de emires,
nctares de florestas y esencias
especiales.
Ricardo Guirao es emotivo en
su lrica.
El otro librlto, editado en
1950. contiene un nico poema:
se titula "Tarde Torera". Lleva
entre parntesis esta explica-
cin: Poema. Y un poema es.
Seguramente mi buen amigo.
Jos Mara de Cossio. lo ten-
dr en su coleccin de libros
taurinos.
Para mi el poema mgico
taurino es aquel de Manuel
Machado titulado "La Fiesta
Nacional". Poema del modernis-
mo, lujurioso, sentimental, car-
gado de aromas sevillanos
Bien: pues este otro poema de
Ricardo Qulrao obedece al mis-
mo fin y no destila aquella tris-
teza tan andaluza de Manuel
Machado.
Estamos en otro plano y en
otros tiempos
Y tambin en otra concep-
cln del verso.
DERRUMBE EN PARIS
CARTAS AL CIRECTOk
En eita seccin daremos cabida a tulas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan, que no sean demasiado extensa
______
Los suplentes: Quizs logremos la cooperacin de Gromyko para preparar la carretera
para el paso de los grandes.
AGRADECIMIENTO
Panam, marzo 8 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Estimado seor:
Hermosa. L agradecera tenga
la bondad de expresar por me-
dio de su acreditado diarlo,
nuestras ms sinceras gracias
a las siguientes personas, qua
han tenido a bien contribuir
de^a8?^ /rCOnTCl0* cn su'^nacin par^ay da
?eVquffeUcSuyeAdSCual: f.^ construccin Pde nu^tra
mente_enja Ba^^a_de_Vlsta *g. Cristbal Adn de rrlo-
REUNION DE MEDICOS * B- 5000; Mor Adriana Q.
"La reunin Ordinaria de ia i viuda de Al varado, 50.00; seo-
Sociedad Panamea de Obste-
tricia y Ginecologa, se llevar
a cabo maana, martes 13 a
las 7.30 p.m. en el club de
Extranjeros de la ciudad de
Coln.
El punto de reunin para
salir da esta- ciudad, a las 6
p.m.. ser la" fachada princl-
al del Hospital Santo Toms,
e ruega todos los miembros
ser puntuales con el fin de
llevar al menor nmero de ve-
hculos."
U ayuda de la "ONU" a Corea
est calculada en 21 ni i I Iones
ya prestado los libros de Gui-
rao.
Me he quedado en aquellas
"Chuflillas" de Rafael Albert!,
dedicadas al Nio de la Palma.
Las que comienzan:
Qu revuelo!
Aire, que al toro torillo
le pica el pjaro pillo
que no pone el pie en el suelo!
Y estos, otros versos de Ma-
nuel Machado:
Y suena esa divina musiqullla
de "La Giralda", que es toda
Sevilla,
y es torera y graciosa y
animada.
V habla de la mujer enamorada
que nos espera... nombra
naranjos y azahares,
y la caa olorosa,
y una alegra rtmica en
cantares,
y una tristeza vaga y lujuriosa...
Repito mi agradecimiento a
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
iork, Marzo 12 (USI8) Lh
Naciones Uhloas nan ofrecido
cerca de $21,000,000 en ayuln
material al pueblo de Co.'ea,
dice un Informe presentado pe:
ei Secretarlo General de la O'U
Trigve Lie.
La suma presenta el valor cal-
culado de la ayuda material en
togas, ropas, material mdico
alimentos y combustible ofre-
cidos para el uso inmediato e
urgente por las Naciones Ur.l-
aas y sus organismos especia-
lizados all.
Las Naciones Unidas tienen
tambin en programa de lar[o
alcance para la ayuda a Coin
Hasta ahora vrios pases ln.
prometido ms de 200 mllloi.s
de dlares para este programa,
incluyendo la oferta de los lis-
tados Unidos por $162,500,00 jr.e
debe ser aprobada por el Con-
greso, y la cual depende de que
otros gobiernos tambin hagan
contribuciones. Se h sealado
como meta de este fondo la
suma de 250 millones de dlares.
ESCUELA CRISTOBAL RODRIGUEZ
Colegio bilinge (Espaol-Ingls) para Varones y Nias
kindergarten Primaria Secundaria (Liceo)
ABIERTAS LAS MATRICULAS
INTERNADO PARA NIAS
Panam, R. P. Aptdo. 3176
Calle Carlos A. Mendoza 66 Tel. 2-3437
Yo me quedo con los versos'la seora Blanca Korsl de Ri-
de Manuel Machado. Claro que i Pu V\ el Prstamo de los dos
habr muchos aficionados a la i ""08 de Ricardo Guirao.
Comprendo sus predileccio-
nes. Doa Blanca sabe que la
cuento entre mis amigas. Yo
ya pas. Y* a pasar de haber'
pasado, arr gozo con la toe-'
tura de los buenos versos, con
las aoranzas de una tarde sol
primaveral en la Plaza de To-
ros de la Maestranza, en plena
Sevilla, muy cerca de la Torre
de Oro del Ouadalquivir, color
de aceituna...
poesiia que prefieran esta ma-
nera de Ricardo Guirao. No
bay que olvidar que mi apego
a la poesia de los Machados
I ha alcanzado un rango sentl-
i mental.
Estoy al margen de esta poe-
sia:
T eres fiesta torera
de toros,
tesoro sin igual de los tesoros;
por tu rancia
quimera
por tu aeja solera;
porque llena de sol. de bravura,
de arte, de elegancia
y de finura,
siempre sers de Espaa
su eterna primavera!
Mi concepto del verso y de
lo que lleva el verso dentro
es otro. Pero. lo confieso, la
equivocacin cabe sea la ma;
y esto lo potico.
Por eso le agradezco a la se-
Aprueban el plan
de redutar a los
jvenes de 18 aos
WASHINGTON, marzo 12.
UPi. El Senado aprob por |
una enorme mayora el pro-
yecto de Ley de transaccin
sobre el reclutamiento de J- I
venes de 18 aos para prestar;
ora Blanca Korsl de Rlpoll. 2* meses de servicio en las'
mi buena amiga, el que me ha-
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Las cuentas de la COMPAA PANAMEA
DE FUERZA Y LUZ que se pagaban en el
Banco Fiduciario de Ro Abajo, deben pagar-
se hasta nueva orden en la Sucursal, ubicada
en la Calle Samuel Lewis, diagonal al San-
tuario del Corazn de Mara.
COMPAA PANAMEA
DE FUERZA Y LUZ
ha sido, es y .era siempre un gran factor en el desarrollo
y progreso de Panam.
Fuerzas Armadas. Adems, la |
medida contiene una disposi-
cin que eventualmente permi-
tir implantar en Estados Uni-
dos la instruccin militar obli-
gatoria universal.
El proyecto de Ley estipula
que las Juntas locales de re-
clutamiento debern agotar el
nmero de ciudadanos de 19
a 25 aos de edad, aptos f-
sicamente, antes de reclutar a
los de 18 aos. Las autorida-
des militares calculan que pa-
sarn quiz dos aos antea que
sean reclutados los Jvenes de
18 aos.
Previamente, el Senado re-
chaz las enmiendas que hu-
biesen eliminado del proyecto
de Ley las disposiciones sobre
instruccin militar obligatoria
universal. Tambin elimin las
postergaciones especiales para
los 75 mil mejores estudiantes
durante los prximos tres aos.
La medida pasa ahora a la
Cmara de Representantes, cu-
yo Comit de Fuerzas Armadas
est redactando otro proyecto
para reclutar a Jvenes de IB
aos y medio y dar autoridad
al Congreso para cancelar el
reclutamiento o Instruccin
militar universal en cualquier
momento que lo crea conve-
niente.
Lecfn*
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE

salud
en polvo
la llaman
porque
nutre y
vitaliza !
Esperan que trate
de acercarse al
Soviet, Morrison
LONDRES, marzo 12. (UP).
Fuentes Informadas dijeron uue
se espera que el nuevo Minis-
tro de Relaciones Exteriores de
Gran Bretaa, Herbert Morri-
son, diga claramente que Gran
Bretaa permanecer en con-
tacto directo con el Oeste, p'.-
ro se acercar firmemente a la
Unin Sovitica. Se dijo que
Morrison quiere que no haya
dudas de que las relacione, y
lazos entre Gran Bretaa y te-
tados Uindos se mantendrn 1-
nalterables.
El primer trabajo oficial ce
Morrison ser la conferencia
que tendr la prxima sema, a
con el Primer Ministro de Im-
ito, Alclde de Gasperi y el Can-
ciller Conde Cario Sforza, ce-
ro su misin ms importan'e
>er la reunin de Cancilleres
de los Cuatro Grandes en Pars
rita Carmen Caballero, 5.00;
empleados del Seguro Social,
57.00; de Agricultura y Comer-
cio, 53.40; del Banco Nacional,
11.30; de Fuerza y Luz, 17.95;
del Censo, 15.20.
Por la Sociedad,
E. Snchez,
Vlce-Presidente.
P.D.Toda persona que ten-
ga inters en ayudar a cons-
truir esta Casa de Dios, pue-
de enviar su donacin al Apar-
tado 441, Panam. Gracias.
AHORA ES CUANDO
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con un Club de B 4.00 semanales.
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PAGINA TRE8
"Si se pierde
slo
naciones
o
"Si se les (Ja el alio a los
comunistas puede que dejen
vivir en paz a los dems'9
en Corea, seremos
esclavas", Ridgway
Cualquier cambio en autos
ser gradual dijo la Ford
Por
GEORGE DE CARVALHO
(N.A.N.A.)
EN UN LUGAR DE COREA,
Mar..o (EPS).El teniente fe-a-
neral Matthews B. Ridgway es-
taba sentado en una tlenaa de
campaa parecida a una cel-
da y contemplaba un enorme
mapa de operaciones, al tata*
mo tiempo que hablaba de los
ncrteamt-ricanos que combaten
aqu \ y del enemigo contra ti
cual pelean: el comunismo in-
ternacional.
'Nos nos hagamos ilusiones",
dijo tranquilamente. "En esta
guerra no hay segundo pues-
to
"O se vence o se sale derro-
tado. Y si somos derrotados,
seremos naciones de esclavos."
Ridgway, quien es jefe del
Octavo Ejrcito norteamerica-
no y de todas las tropas de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea,
hablaba de algo ms que de la
batalla. Hablaba de la ofensi-
va comunista en todo el mun-
do y de la lucha de los Es-
tados Unidos por sobrevivir.
Dej bien sentado que una
batalla perdida por la ocupa-
cin de alguna costa sin nom-
bre puede coatarles a los Es-
tados Unidos algo ms que
unas cuantaa vidas preciosas.
Puede costarles la camisa y
hasta su preciosa alma. En
una entrevista concedida con
carcter exclusivo, Ridgway ex-
plic el por qu: Esta es la se-
gunda vez en este siglo que el
comunismo, el imperialismo ru-
o, ha querido dominar el
mundo.
Inmediatamente despus de
la primera guerra mundial, los
rusos trataron de obtener el
triunfo. Penetraron en los es-
tados vecinos, enviando sus
ejrcitos y gentes a Polonia,
Hungra y China, pero fueron
parados en seco.
Asi, pues, se retiraron de-
trs de sus fronteras y deja-
ron al mundo en paz relativa
durante casi dos decadas, has-
ta la guerra mundial. Y aho-
ra vuelven a tratar de domi-
nar. Ridgway conoce los textos
marxlstu. Conoce estas .las pa-
labras, escritas por Lenin y a
menudo repetidas por Stalin:
"La Unin Sovlticp no puede
existir para siempre en un
mundo capitalista. Uno de los
dos tiene que vencer ... y
mientras esto no suceda habr
una serle de choques terri-
bles."
"Puede que sta sea la Es-
paa o li Manchuria de esta
dcada", dijo Ridgway: puede
que lleve a otra guerra mun-
cial lo mismo que Espaa y
El Sbado pasado se celebr
el 75 Aniversario de la
gran Invencin del Telfono
Manchuria en los aos treinta.' inventor,
Por JERRY HI.EIN
(N.A.N.A.)
NUEVA YORK, Marzo (EPSi.
------El sbado 10 de marzo, se i
celebr el 75o. aniversario del
la transmisin del primer men-
saje por telfono. Con tal mo-
tivo el mundo entero rindi
homenaje a la memoria de su;
Graham
Pero si se les da el alto a
los comunistas en la Corea, co-
mo se les dio despus de ia
primera guerra mundial, pue-
de que dejen en paz otra vez
al mundo Puede que esperen
otra dcada u otra genera-
cin. Estn en situacin de
esperar.
"El eslavo es muy paciente",
dijo Ridgway. Y es por eso
que los norteamericanos y sus
.liados estn combatiendo y
muriendo n las lomas sin
nombre de la Corea, segn el
general: Para salvar al resto
del mundo del ataque comu-
nista, "aui cuando los hom-
bres que estn peleando aqu
apenas saben ellos mismo porj
qu lo hacen." "No s", dijo el I
soldado raso William Walls de |
California, 'y lo que es ms
an, no me importa."
Claro est que a la mayo-
ra de los soldados si les Im-
porta. En el lodo y en la mo-
notona de las zonas de reta-
guardia, se les ocurren algu-
nas extraas teoras sobre la
guerra. Un capitn dijo: "Es
con fines de adlestratamiento
.. .slo unas granc'es manio-
bras de naturaleza muy realis-
ta.
En el frente, los soldados de
linea se preocupan menos. Las
tiene sin cuidado la estrate-
gia del general Douglas Mac-
Arthur siempre que el tenien-
te que los manda se muestre
activo.
Les gustara tener un obje-
tivo, un grito de combate co-
mo "A Berln o reventamos."
Como dijo uno de ellos: "Para
que seiamos que cuando los
soldados lleguen ah, habr
terminado la guerra."
Pero se Tulrn combatiendo,
de todos modos. "Hemos esta-
do combatiendo aqu durante
ocho meses. No podemos de-
Alejandro
Bell.
Bell.
El nombre de Bell, aproba-
do en noviembre pasado para
e "Saln de la Fama" de la
Universidad de Nueva YorK,
ser agregado en la clsica ga-
lera de dicho centro educa-
cional al de muchos otros
grandes 1. ombres
Todo el mundo sabe que Bell
invent el telfono. Pero po-
cos saben que por slo dos ho-
ras de diferencia y una de las
ms extraas coincidencias de
la historia, esa gloria se le es-
oap de las manos a Elisha
Grey, de Barnesvllle. Ohio.
Porque, por una casualidad
casi imposible d- creer, Bell
y Gray, que llevaban a cabo
sus expe r i m e nt o s separada-
mente, solicitaron una patente
para un aparato telefnico el
mismo dia, 7 de marzo de 1876.
Pero Bell se present dos ho-
ras antes que Grey. Como re-
sultado de la indicada coinci-
dencia se produjo un pleito Ju-
dicial que dur tres anos acer-
ca de quin era realmente el
inventor del telfono.
Bell, nacido en Edlnburgo,
Escocia, estaba hondamente in-
teresado en la mecnica de !a
voz humana y los odos. Eml-
rado a los Estados Unidos,
u profesor de fisiologa en la
universidad de Boston. De 1870
a 1872 vivi en Brantford, Ca-
nad, en donde hizo varios ex-
perimentos acerca de la trans-
misin de la voz humana por
medio de alambres.
De regreso en Boston, se de-
dic con mayor empeo a sus
investigaciones, que culmina-
ron con el invento del telfo-
no. 8eg. la tradicin, Bell
estaba trabajando slo en su
estudio cuando reg algn ci-
do y grit a un ayudante: "Sr.
Watson, venga ac, le necesi-
to-"
Watson oy la voz de Ball en
Jar de hacerlo ahora", dicen... el modelo experimental da te-
1h Zafo M
que un TITULO DE AHORRO Y CAPITALIZACIN
adquirido para su nio, representar para l en su
juventud un lujo comparable a los de los vestidos
de sedas que antiguamente slo podan lucir en la
China los nobles y potentados?
Adquiera AHORA un
TITULO DE AHORRO Y CAPITALIZACIN
(Bohema
PANAMA
El TITULO DE AHORRO Y CAP-
TALIZACION le ofrece adems la
oportunidad de ganarse B 1,000.00
desde el pago de la primera cuota
(de acuerdo con sorteos de la Lo-
tera Nacional de Beneficencia).
lfono que estaba en su ofici-
na y se apresur a comuni-
car la noticia a Bell. Este so-
licit una patente de Invencin
tres dias ms tarde.
Al mismo tiempo. Gray esta-
ba realizando experimentos se-
mejantes en un humilde labo-
ratorio en la calle Kinale de
Chicago. Gray haba Ingresado
en el profesorado del colegio
Oberlin, en el cual s habia
graduado, dedicando todo su
tiempo libre al estudio de la
electricidad. Finalmente sali
de dicho colegio y se traslad
a Cleveland, en donde se hizo
socio de un pequeo taller en
el cual onstruy los modelos
de algunos de sus Inventos.
En 1869 dicho taller fu tras-
ladado a Chicago con el fin
de estar ms cerca de la Wes-
tern Union Company, que era
el principal cliente.
Tras del gran incendio que
destruy casi enteramente a
Chicago, la firma de Oray ad-
quiri prominencia por el mag-
nfico trabajo que realiz al
restaurar las instalaciones e-
lctricas y telegrficas.
Gray afili sus negocios con
los de la Western Union y ase-
gurando asi su futuro econ- rado y pobre.
EAST OHANGE, New Jersey
Ma.zo \ Alltel cualyuu.
cambio de producto por los fa-
bricantes ae automviles ser
gradual, y no es necesario que
el pblico espere automviles
sin "accesorios" o "sin nique-
lado" en el luturo cercano, di-
jo esta semana un vocero de
la Ford Motor Company en la
reunin del "Kiwanis Club" en
New Jersey.
El manifest que los inge-
nieros de la tora estn dedi-
cando bastante tiempo a los
problemas que se presentarn
cuando los metales crticos se
pongan escasos o no se pue-
dan obtener, y aunque habr
que hacerse cambios, estos
apenas se notarn, y no habr
prdida alguna, ya sea en la
mico, pudo dedicarse con ms
tranquilidad a sus experimen-
tos. Se traslad su poblacin
natal, Barnesvllle, y trat de
producir n aparato que tras-
mitiera la voz humana. Por fin
lo logr y se apresur a soli-
citar una patente de inven-
cin. Pero lleg con dos horas
de r.Hruso!
Como 'ndicamos antes,, la
extraa coincidencia dio ori-
gen a un largo pleito judicial.
La Western Union habia com-
prado a Gray su Invento, en
tanto que Bell habia formado
su propia compaa. La Cor-
te Suprema de los Estad<
Unidos declar que Bell era
quien tenia derecho al inven-
to, por haber sido el primero
en solicitar la patente. Aos
ms tarde la Western Union
se retir del negocio telefni-
co, para consagrarse exclusi-
vamente al telegrfico.
Un cuarto de siglo despus
Gray muri en Boston, lgno-
Nescafe
es el preferido
Am Je mi y co, inf ro prefieren NESCAFE,
por,,,, con NESCAI .. prcp.rjn rielado*
crema! y repoalera con un Jelirloao labor a
Cale que ajraja al palajar mi. deli.ajo.
Con NCSCAP lamL'n >e prepara al ntlanla
un broto caf*. con o in lecb*.
*..i,J.J ,,..i,.i. i, tmktmtimm ,.
ilaarla .. m.
....... ararae>J
awviBonnEiy
,tnta AVENIDA
estn desempacando
Carteras Nuevas
3.95.
En plstico, cuentas y seda
Blancas, negras,
azules, rojas, verdes.
ESPECIAL..........
Bileteras a 1.50
En varios colores.
Aretes Perlas
Formas nuevas, a r\r *) (\r
"SSSffifiJK.r- Mj a L
Camisas Polo Nias
1.60
A rayas y en colores
enteros. Colores firmes.
ESPECIAL .............
Sweaters de Lana
De mangas largas.
Blanco, rosa, rojo, r ra
azul. Tallas 34 a 40. T VI
ESPECIAL ........*./V
Tallas 8 al lO'/i-
45 gauge
30 dernier.
Medias Blancas
1.50
Snow Lotion Helena Rubinstein... 1.10
Base de polvos liquida medicada.
COMPRE AHORA
QUINTA AVENIDA
calidad o el rendimiento.
El funcionarlo de la Ford
deplar que an con las reduc-
ciones en la produccin, pa-
rece que 1951 ser un ao me-
jor para la produccin de ar-
tculos y servicios civiles que
1949, que fu "un ao bas-
tante bueno para la mayora
de nosotros". El tambin dijo
que era alentador notar que
el nmero de desocupados en
este verano se espera que sea
muy bajo, lo que significa me-
nores dislocaciones segn se
hagan los cambios de produc-
cin civil a produccin para
defensa.
Tambin manifest que es a-
lentador saber que se espera
un aumento de $30,000.000.000
en el Ingreso nacional total
en los primeros seis meses de
1951, comparado con el mismo
periodo en 1950; agregando
que el rcord alcanzado en
1950 en un total de ingresos
de $217,000.000.000 fu un con-
traste notable con los $.......
75,700.000.000 de ingreso total
ganado en 1940. El hizo notar
que aunque el costo de la vi-
da ha subido en un 70 por
ciento durante este mismo pe-
rodo, este ha sido acompaa-
do por un aumento en el tr-
mino medio ganado por un
familia en 1940 de $1.920 >a
$3.640 en 1950.
ROZADURAS
Evit una infeccin. Protejas!
Cubra la rozadura con
BAND-ITA'
VENDITAS
ADHESIVA!
(JoiVtwon 4oVhwh
BAZAR FRANCES acaba de recibir
los incomparables relojes
westclox
00*******.
hoy ms que nunca se a-
preciar la superioridad de
cualquier estilo de los relo-
jes WESTCLOX de esfera
luminosa.
desde 2-60 hasta 7-50
BIG BEN BABY BEN
TRAVALARM (para viajero)
adems, ofrecemos:
SILLAS, MECEDORAS de metal
MESITAS de metal para terraza o porch.
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE & CA.
Plaza Santa Ana Panam
LA FELICIDAD EN MARCHA
Siga la ruta maravillosa iluminada por nuestro sistema de Club
que refleja ia mayor confianza hacia sus clientes desde el momento que
por una cantidad mnima, usted puede recibir al momento de suscribirse,
toda clase de muebles y otros artculos que tanto necesita en su hogar.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
SOCIOS FAVORECIDOS EN MARZO 11, DE 1951:
Seorita DIGNA AIZPURCARo Abajo No. 2311
1 estufa para kerosin, marca "Perfection", de 2
quemadores.Ganada con 1 semana.
Seorita ROSA E. SALAZARCarrasquilla No. 349
1 juego de Living fino, tapizado en cuero color
vino, con su mesita de centro. Gan con 1 semana.
Seor X. X1 refrigeradora marca "Phllco", de 6 pies.
Ganada con 2 semanas.
Seorita DEMETRIA DIAZAve. B No. 1872 llantas
de 700 15 de 6x lonas, para chiva.Ganada con
6 semanas.
Seor MARIO CUEVASCalle 18 Oeste No. 211 cama
doble de caoba, tallada y barnizada en jaspe U-
ranja, con su colchn y esprn* de resortes.Gano
con 8 semanal.
Seora LL'DIN S. DE ALEMNCalle 17 Oeste No. 27
1 cama doble de madera, barnisada en color natu-
ral oscuro, con colchn y esprn* de resortes.
Ganada con 10 semanas.
Seor ALBERTO ARISPEBuenos AiresChilibre No.
3171 radio de batera y corriente, marca "Regal"
con antena.Ganado con 12 sentarlas.
Seor NAZARIO LOPEZCalle "C" No. 351 radio
marca "Bush" de 6 bandas.Ganado con 16 se-
manas.
Seorita BLGICA OLIVARDIACalle P.Edif. Cho-
rrera1 cuna fina de color celeste con esprn*
metlico y colchn impermeable de resortes.
Ganada con 17 semanas.
Seor C. RODRIGCEZPlaza de Francia No. 31 me-
sa de extepsin y 6 sillas para comedor. Todo
barnizado en color jaspe naranja.Gan con 22
semanas.
Seor CARLOS C. RODRIGCEZCalle 52 No. 81 ba-
tidora elctrica marca "Sunbeam".Ganada con
23 semanas.
Seor JOS DEL C. NUSEZAve. "A". Edif. Penono-
m1 mquina de escribir para oficina, marca
"Underwood".Ganada con 24 semanas.
Seor ARGENTINO VALLEJOSCalle 17 Oeste No. 23
I cuna en color celeste con su colchn y espring.
Ganada con 27 semanas.
Seor CARLOS E. RODRIGCEZCalle "H" No. 55
1 radio marca "PYE", de once bandas.Ganado
con 41 semanas.
Seora ANGELITA DE ALVAREZVia Espaa No. 23
1 juego de cubiertos de plata para 12 personas,
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concesin nica.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA-
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras. Mquinas de Coser,
Mquinas de escribir, Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
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Bicicletas de las mejores
marcas.
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMWHCA DIARIO lfDEPBIDIINTR
"
LUNES. MARZO 12. 1M1
Se acuerda el temario del
Primer Congreso de Azuero
que se inicia el 13 de Abril
El siguiente es el temario del
Primer Congreso de Azuero.
auspiciado por la Federacin
de Sociedades Banteas y He-
rreranas. el cual tendr lugar
en la poblacin de Macaracas
durante los das 13, 14 y 15 do
abril prximo:
1--Funcin de la Javantud
Interiorana:
aiAnlisis de la labor des-
arrollada por las Sociedades C-
vicas Interioranas:
blPosibilidades para coor-
dinar efectivamente la aecln
futura del movimiento de estas
entidades. La Confederacin de
Asociaciones Cvicas Interiora-
nas, su importancia y fortale-
cimiento.
c iFundamentos ideolgicos
para la accin futura de la
Juventud Interiorana. Fortale-
cimiento de una mstica inte-
riorana en oposicin a la men-
talidad canalera.
d)Posicin de las Federa-
ciones de Azuero ante un mo-
vimiento de tal naturaleza.
II
Problemas socio-econmicos
a)Incorporacin de la ma-
sa campesina a la vida econ-
mica, social y cultural de la
Nacin. 8us deberes y derechos;
b> Desarrollo de una econo-
ma interiorana en oposicin a
la economa canalera.
cinfasis en el desarrollo
agrcola e industrial del Inte-
rio rde la Repblica.
d)Reforma tributarlo con
miras a la distribucin equita-
tiva de los impuestos.
e> Posibilidades de mejorar
la economa nacional a base de
inmigracin.
f> Condiciones socio-econ-
micas de las comunidades de
Azuero. Su estudio y mtodos
para mejorarlas.
III
Problemas educativos
a)Orientacin y programa
de la Educacin Nacional.
b)La escuela panamea co-
mo agencia dinmica de reno-
vacin social que educa nios y
adultos.
d)Problemas escolares de
Azuero.
diLa posibilidad del maes-
tro como garantia indispensa-
ble de una labor eficiente.
e) El sistema cooperativista,
como funcin del Estado, pro-
redencin econmica de las co-
munidades campesinas.
rv
Problemas de salubridad
a>La insalubridad y la des-
nutricin como fuerzas que obs-
taculizan la productividad de
las masas campesinas.
bi -El alcoholismo, aua- con-
secuencias en la salud de loa
pueblos.
ci Las Caravanas Sanitaria
Area*, brillantemente iniciadas
por el doctor Luis Carlos Prie-
to. Necesidad de que el Estado
asuma debidamente esa cam-
paa.
diConclusiones de la labor
realizada por'la jira Mdico A-
sistenclal efectuada en la Pro-
vincia de Los Santos, bajo la
direccin del doctor Francisco
Samanlego. Objetivos e impor-
tancia de la prxima jira M-
dico Asistencial a la Provincia
de Herrera.
V
Problemas jurdicos
y administrativos
aiLa Constitucin como e-
lemento esencial del Estado Pa-
nameo.
biLa carrera administrati-
va como base de mejoramiento
del servicio pblico.
VI
Problemas internacionales
aiRelaciones de Panam y
los Estados Unidos de Norte
Amrica. Vicencla plena de las
conquistas panameas conse-
guidas en el Tratado de 1938.
b> Poltica internacional de
Panam.
OCorredor con plena Juris-
diccin panamea a travs de
la Zona del Canal.
VII
Problemas cvicos polticos
aiLas Federaciones de So-
ciedades de Azuero apartadas
de la poltica partidista, pero
celosa guardlanas del respeto a
los derechos y deberes de los
ciudadanos.
b> Dignificacin del hombre
campesino. Creacin de una
conciencia Ubre.
elLos diputados como re-
presentantes de la voluntad de
sus electores. Necesidad de que
stos fiscalicen sus actividades
y repudien pblicamente a a-
quellos que han traicionado sus
promesas y la ha depositado
en ellos.
d>Moralizacin de nuestras
campaas polticas. Combate a
las prcticas deshonestas de
conquistar el electorado con ba-
se en el licor y el soborno.
ei Sostenimiento de la au-
tonoma Municipal. Robusteci-
miento econmico de los Mu-
nicipios.
f>Caciquismo y servilismo.
Medios eficaces para combatir-
les.
Pgina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
NORMAS
'Loa Corresponsales deber i
teirse a isa sas desapasiona
daa ooravas periodsticas. Oebei
enviar al peridico los asaaio
y noticias ma interesantes ou
afectan a la comunidad Ea ab
soluto aa trata 4* ana
nldad para haoer determinada
campabas politteaa
CORRESPONSALES
OAR1EN
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provincia or CHIRIOUI
ha viobiiu Aitaraeo a
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VERAGUAS
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CARAZAS Pedro J. Mar!*
; "AL' BRE Mlfusl UoiwaJe
ATALAYA Sarsusl Plata*
SAN PaUNClSCO Ella Arresto P.
SANTA T* Jaaaal Garete (Vanan
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Hay entusiasmo
en favor de la
Srta. C. Croswite
UN LLAMADO A TODOS LOS
SANTEROS
LOS SANTOS, Marzo 12.
Medante un esfuerzo, se man-
tiene a la cabeza del torneo
para elegir la Reina del Azue-
ro que habr de presidir el
Congreso de Macaracas. la gen-
til Srta. Carmencita Croswalth.
representante del Comit 10
de Noviembre y de la Heroica
Villa de Los Santos.
Como es del dominio gene-
ral, el Reinado de Azuero tie-
ne como finalidad recaudar
fondos con los cuales atender
los gastos que demande la Jira
Mdico-Aslstenclal de la Pro-
vincia de Herrera, dirigida por
el Dr. Francisco Samaniego ba-
jo los auspicios de las Pede-
raciones Santea y Herrerana.
El prximo sbado 17 de mar-
zo, se "efectuar un reglo festi-
val en e) Jardn Balboa en ho-
nor y beneficio de la bella can-
dldata de La Villa de Los San-
tos.
Panam, Marzo 11 d" 1951.
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HORIZONTALES:
1Vehculo o coche sin ruedas
7Especie de acacia. Pl.
13Planta graminea, Pl.
14Embarcacin a vela.
15Cloruro de sodio.
18Ciudad de Alemania.
18Caldo espeso.
19Hace nudos.
21Del verbo orar.
23Agarradera.
24 Medida inglesa de longitud.
25Conducto menor de la
sangre.
27Del verbo apilar.
29Antagonista.
33Sapo, cubanismo.
34 Nombre de mujer.
35Adis.
38Espantado.
38Guarida de osos.
39 Naipes.
40 Regln de Francia.
41Exclamacin.
44 Repetido, provincia de
Filipinas.
45Nefuglo para desvalidos.
48Uno entre varios
50Departamento de Francia.
52Hortaliza.
53Informan.
55Nombre de mujer.
57Antesala.
58Del verbo asesar.
VERTICALES:
1Floja, suelta.
2Nombre ruso de varn.
3Relativo a la tierra.
4Preposicin.
5Con una rajadura.
6Del verbo asar.
7Descendiente de Agar.
8Letra griega.
9Ondulacin.
10Terminacin, culminacin.
11Autillos.
12Recibidor de una casa
17Que tienen o son novedad.
20Composicin potica.
22Letra castellana.
26Del verbo amasar.
27Propietaria.
28Tranquilidad, calma.
30Relativo a Iberia, Pl.
31Alfombra, en Infles.
32Metal precioso.
34Nombre de mujer.
37Adverbio de modo.
38Te atrevieras.
41nsares.
42Materia que despiden los
volcanes.
43Concejal.
48Tejido muy fuerte.
47Clase de tela.
49Igual al 8 vertical.
51poca.
54Preposicin Inglesa.
56Caso de pronombre.
Tendrn importante
reunin Sociedades
en Palmas Bellas
COLON, marzo 9. (RCSi.
Fuimos informados que el do-
mingo once de los corrientes,
celebrarn sesin conjunta la
Junta Catlica y la sociedad
Avanzada Juvenil de Palmas
Bellas. Esta reunin se llevar
a cabo en ese Corregimiento,
por lo que se pide puntual a-
sistencla a todos los miembros
de la mencionada sociadad que
estn radicados en la ciudad de
Coln. Por Informe que mere-
ce entero crdito, esta sesin
es con el fin de hacer los a-
rreglos convincentes, donde por
medio del cual la "avanzada Ju-
venil" se har cargo de las fes-
tividades patronales del mismo
lugar, la cual se llevar efecto
en el mes de Junio prximo.
Debuta el jueves
en Pto. Armuelles
el Conjunto Cajar
PUERTO ARMUELLES, Mar-
zo 12. El Conjunto Tpico
que dirige Lenidas Cajar de-
butar en esta poblacin en el
Teatro Alczar, despus de una
brillante Jira por distintos pue-
blos de la Provincia, en la que
se ha apuntado triunfos clamo-
rosos.
En Concepcin, Boquete han
tenido llenos completos en sus
presentaciones.
Se elogia esta clase de Jira
de rancio sabor nacional.
Enormes fsiles exhibirn
en la gran Feria de Pes
para el Pblico en general
PESE, Marzo 12. Durante
los prximos dias 16, 17 y 18
de los corrientes, se celebrar
en la ciudad de Pes la fiesta
e conmemoracin del glorioso
San Jos, patrono de esta ciu-
dad.
Tanto la fiesta religiosa co-
mo la de calle sern celebra-
das este ao con la misma bri-
llantez que en aos anteriores, i
Durante estos dias 16, 17 y 18
del presente mes, sa coronar
a la simptica Reina de la Ca-
a de Azcar, Nllsa la. Se pre-
sentar el original drama "El
Barco y Castillo", Interesante
por sus dilogos y por la ba-
talla entre el cuerpo de guar-
dia del castillo y los tripulan-
tes del barco y en la cual estos
ltimos luchan para posesio-
narse del castillo. Para hacer
ms real esta batalla se usa-
rn luces de Bengala que ha-
rn las veces de armas.
Habr misa solemne y pro-
cesin. Bailes en varios luga-
res de la ciudad con algunas
orquestas famosas de la capi-
tal y del Interior. Adems se
exhibirn al pblico, en uno de
los salones de la Alcalda Mu-
nicipal de este Distrito, los
blanquecinos y enormes huesos
de animales que se calcula vl-
vleeon hace muchsimos aos
en suelo istmeo y cuyos res-
tos fueron encontrados a un
metro de profundidad del sue-
lo, a pocas millas de la ciu-
dad de Pes por una comisin
enviada desde una de las Uni-
versidades de los Estados Uni-
dos para hacer excavaciones de
esta naturaleza.
Olmedo Vrela.
Desea conocer el Censo datos de
los que estn reclamando cheques
La direccin del Departamen-
to de Censos de la Contralo-
ria General de la Repblica nos
ha pedido informar a los in-
teresados que, para el envi de
los cheques que deben recibir
de ese departamento, a lugares
distintos donde trabajaron, es
necesario suministrar una in-
formacin indispensable para la
identificacin del solicitante,
como el lugar, el sector y la
seccin donde trabajo y en qu
clase de censo prest sus ser-
vicios, es decir, si en el de
Poblacin y Vivienda o en el
Agro-Pecuaric.
Explic la Direccin del Cen-
so que esta solicitud se hace
debido a que el Departamento
est recibiendo numerosos te-
legramas de personas que pi-
den les enven sus cheques a
lugares distintos de donde pres-
taron sus servicios, sin ninguna
explicacin ni dato para la
Identificacin del solicitante.
Debido a que puede haber ms
de una persona con el mismo
nombre, el Departamento ne-
cesita saber en qu lugar tra-
baj el interesado y .los otros
detalles antes mencionados, pa-
ra la pronta atencin de la so-
licitud sin necesidad de perder
tiempo solicitando y esperando
los datos a que se ha hecho re-
ferencia.
LA OBRA DE IRRIGACIN DE EL CAROVista de la toma
de agua del Canal de Irrigacin de El Cao, obras ene al
terminarse permitirn a centenares de familias establecerse
en las tierras beneficiadas.
La Escuela Rural y la Proteccin
Socio-Econmica de la RepuWka
Per el Lie. Ricardo Jan Jr.
MODOS DE VIDA
IV
Nuestro proposito ahora, es
exponer di que se ocupan a-
quellos habitantes istmeos.
Los de las tierras bajas, son
generalmente empleados en las
haciendas de los ricos.
Bien en el cultivo del suelo
o en las labores ganaderas. En
su mayora, son hombres de
a caballo ms que labradores
de la tierra. Sus viviendas son
en gran nmero, de techos de
pajas, y otras de tejas, sobre
todo, las cercanas a los pue-
blos. Estas gentes tienden ms
a formar poblaciones. No tienen
tierras propias y sus mismas
casas muchas veces, estn ubi-
cadas en lotes del hacendado
del lugar.
La gente de las partes altas
viven ms o menos indepen-
dientes. Las casas distan, una
de otra de tres a cuatro horas
de camino. La razn principal
de ello, puede ser, que en esos
apartados lugares, las semente-
ras no se cercan y para que
sus animales no causen daes
a sus Vecinos, prefieren vivir
bien diseminados.
Las habitaciones son cons-
truidas con paredes de canas
y sus techos de pencas. Sin
embargo, en los campos in-
mediatos a los centros urba-
nos, las paredes son confeccio-
nadas de quincha y los techos
de tejas.
Por all, tantos los hombrea
como las mujeres se dedican
a cultivar el suelo, utilizando
los coloniales instrumentos del
machete y el hacha. Cultivan,
escasamente para su sustento.
En tiempos de la cosecha ven-
den gran parte de sus produc-
tos a precios bajos, encontrn-
; dose luego en la necesidad da
i comprar esa misma clase de
granos, a los ms previsores del
I mismo lugar, o de no, en el
1 pueblo mas cercano a precios
ms altos. Por eso, durante los
meses de Mayo, Junio y Julio
hay generalmente escasez y
hambre. Es lo que denominan
'tiempo del Juancho."
En algunos lugares logran
fabricar objetos que venden en
los centros de consumo, como
bolsas de hilo de fibras de cier-
tos rboles, J abitas de vistosos
colores, sombreros, sogas, etc.
De estos productos obtienen un
poco de dinero para sus esca-
sos vestidos, sal y otros menes-
teres.
He aqui a grandes rasgos el
ambiente social y econmico da
nuestro mundo rural.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los '
mejores programas
llama o El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
LA SASTRERA BAZAR FRANCES
Anuncia a su distinguida clientela, y al pblico en general, que ha reorganizado su
Departamento de Corte, con el objeto de perfec'onar sus servicios, habiendo coloca-
do al frente de esa importante seccin al re put; 'o Cortador y Maestro de Confeccin,
ARMANDO ARIAS
de larga experiencia adquirida en los mis prestigiosos establecimientos de esta ndole
en La Habana, Cuba.
Dentro tie poco ser abierta una nueva Sucursal en la Avenida Central.
Por el mejoramiento de la Apariencia Masculina,
LA DECANA DE LAS SASTRERAS DE CENTRO AMERICA,
inicia una nueva poca de superacin.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1670 de! Domingo 11 de Mario de 15T.
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Lea novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 1 y no comprendidos en la lista precedente estn premiados eon
Cincuenta y Dos Balboas (B/52.00).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta y dos fracciones Que componen las dos serles "A" y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. JOS DOMINGO SOTO.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, ERIC HUMBER
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DOMINGO 11 DE MARZO DE 19S1
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celebrar el 18 de Mario de 1951:
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LUNES. MARZO It, 1951
l PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
I
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rseaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
TftffaM 8-liU
ORAS: S:M m 1:H a.m.
Apartado 1S4
Alvarado Esqulvel
Bodas Besa Martinelli
Hoy lunes a las S a.- unit-
ron sus destinos ante W jaltar
mayor de la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey, la encantadora o;*
Carmen Teresa Alvarado, hija
de doa Antonia Teresa Esqul-
vel de Alvarado. y el culto cana-
nero Ladislao Jos Sosa M. hijo
del seor Jos Antonio Sosa M.
y seora Mara Luisa MartlnelU
de Sosa. ..
Luci la novia una elegante
creacin en satn de tonalidades
rosas, trado especialmente pa-
ra ella -por la Casa Rhoda. El
velo ue de tul Ilusin sencilla-
mente sostenido por una coro-
nlta de simblicos azahares.
Complet su atavio nupcial un
precioso ramo de rosas blancas.
El Rvdo. Padre Jess Serrano
Imparti la bendicin nupcial,
y la ceremonia fu padrinada
adems de los padres de ios no-
vios por doa Adriana Cucaln
de Alvarado. El Capitn Julio
Alvado, don Sal Alvarado, se-
ora Rosarlo Alvarado de Cer-
Jak-Boyna, don Jos Guillermo
MartlnelU, doa Mara vda. de
Sosa, don Eduardo J. Martinelli.
doa Mara P. vda. de MartlnelU
don Luis F. Martinelli.
Dej or su melodiosa voz du-
rante la bendicin nupcial y
luego durante la misa de vela-
cin la seorita Laura O. de
Martinez, acompaada al rga-
no por la seorita Lilla Sosa. La
Iglesia y los salones de recibo
fueron artsticamente adorna-
dos con profusin de agapantos
y gladiolas blancas, por la flo-
ristera Valvan del Hotel El Pa-
nam.
Despus de la ceremonia reli-
giosa, la madre de la novia ofre-
ci un desayuno en su residen-
cia al cual asistieron sus fami-
liares y amistades.
Para nosotros es motvo de su-
mo agrado formular votos por la
felicidad siempre eterna de los
contrayentes de hoy, y que
Dios, derrame sobre ellos su
mltiplas bendiciones.
Abnaerxo en El Panam
La seora Maris/Elena O. de
de la Guardia ofreci ayer un
almuerzo en el Hotel El Pana-
m, -I cual fu Invitado un gru-
po de sus amigas.
Despedida de Saltera
Para agasajar a la seorita
Norlta Das Vlllalaz, quien con-
traer prximamente matrimo-
nio con el seor Victor M. Te-
Jeira Jr., las seoritas Gioconda
Polayo y Finita Correa, ofrecie-
ron, ayer un T en la residencia
de la seorita Correa en Coln.
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a la seora Clo-
tilde M. de Coloma Silva, esposa
de S.E. el Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seor Csar Coloma Silva,
quien acompaada de sus hijas,
regres hoy de Quito en donde
pas una corta temporada. El
seor y la seora de Coloma
Silva partirn prximamente
para Roma, en donde el seor
Embajador ha sido trasladado
por su Gobierno.
pues de haber pasado varios
dias en Panam, husped del
seor Scollay Moore y seora,
regresa hoy a Bogot.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios meses en Panam visitan-
do a sus hijos, seor Charles
MacMurray y seora Marjorle A.
de MacMurray regres ayer a
Bathseda Marland, la seora
Chalotte Alken. La despedimos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebraron ayer el primer
aniversario de su matrimonio el
seor Kenneth Leigh Goodmi-
11er y seora Ana Josefa Jan
de Ooodminer. Los felicitamos.
Enferma
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Amlnta B.
de Wavarro, quien sufre, que-
brantos de salud en el Hospital
Panam.
Ornamentos y Vestiduras
de los Sacerdotes
' Del Interior
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en El Valle, re-
gres hoy a la capital acompa-
ada de sus nios la seora Ol-
ga A de Arias, esposa de S.E.
el Ministro de Agricultura y Co-
mercio, seor Ricardo Arias E.,
La saludamos.
De Boquete
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios dias en el Hotel Panamon-
, te se encuentran de nuevo en la
capital el Dr. Harmodio Arlas Jr.
y el seor Paul Kramer. Los sa-
ludamos.
Para Colombia
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora Hazel de Beulac, esposa
de S.E. el Embajador de los Es-
tados Unidos en Colombia seor
Wllliird L. Beulac quien des-
MISAS
que se dirn por el alma de quien en vida se llam
Clotilde Villalobos vda. de Ramos
(q. a. D. g.)
Martes 13 Iglesia de San Francisco (ciudad). :J.
Viernes 16 Iglesia de San Ana.. 3;10.
Sus deudos agradecern la asistencia a estos actos piadosos.
Panam, 12 de Febrero de 1951.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Rosemary P. de Black
Seor Ramn Garca de Pare-
des J.
Nia Lupita Navarro Chiarl '
Nno Enrique Luis Morales I.
Nia Odalla Eufemia Carras-
queo.
Mia Glsella Aronne.
Seorita Olga Tenas
Nia Carmen E. Santana
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Soledad P. de Guardia
Seora Loda O. de Ocaa
Sra. Julia G. de Van Hoorde
Seora Marcela C. de Ortega
Srta Lupita Arlas Zubleta.
Advenimiento
Plcenos felicitar a los esti-
mados esposos, seor Roberto A.
Daz y seora Juana A. de Daz,
quienes celebran hoy sus bodas
de bronce.
RELIGIOSAS
CONFERENCIAS
Segn se ha anunciado en
LA FIESTA SANTIFICADA de
la Parroqua de Cristo Rey se
avisa a todos los Caballeros de
la Adoracin Nocturna Pana-
mea del Santuario Nacional
del Corazn de Mara que los
Retiros a Caballeros tendrn
lugar en la Parroquia de Cristo
Rey los primeros dias de la
Semana Santa y sern dirigi-
dos por el Rev. Padre Jorge
Restrepo C. M. F. ,que dirigi
Tos Retiros de las Seoras hace
dos semanas.
Las conferencias sern a las
AVISO
Se avisa a los comerciantes minoristas que
slo hasta el da 15 de Marzo se pagarn los
cupones de JABN LUX de TOCADOR.
AGENCIAS ESCOFFERY, S. A.
Plaza Rodolfo Aguilera No. 6
Telfono 2-1452
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suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
MUEBLES DE CAOBA POR JIJEOS
O POR PIEZAS SUELTAS.
COLCHONES, ESPRINES, DIVANES SIMMONS.
BICICLETAS INOLESAS CONDOR.
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Ekni&iu
LA FALTA DE HIDRANTES. Bajo la devora dora accin de las llamas desapareci total-
mente la residencia situada en la Calle 9a. No. M, en tiempo relativamente corto. La >t>or.d|e
los bomberos fue impedida por la falta total de agua, debido a que en ese secter no hay hl-
drantn cercanos. Sin embargo, pudo salvarse laeasa cercana, de madera., que se ve en la fo-
tografa. En frente de la casa quemada vive don Roberto E. Arlas, Director Propietario de
"La Hora".
En algunos religiosos: Car-
melitas y Capuchinos y otros
recibe el nombre de Cogulla.
No es el afeitado central en
forma de pequeo disco sino la
tonsura de la parte superior de
la cabeza en perfecta circunfe-
rencia terminando en su parte
inferior en un cerco ms nu-
trido de pelo.
Le recomiendo "Las Confe-
siones de San Agustn "Los P.P.
Agustinos las han de tener.
"Ya Fe" de Palacio Valds
no est en la Biblioteca de
la Normal.
En el T. Nacional
se presentar
"Dramas Sacros"
Prof. JUDITH C. ALLEN T.
Presentamos la fotografa de la
distinguida y aprovechada se-
orita Judith C. Allen T., quien
acaba de recibir sus ttulos fle
Profesora de Matemticas y F-
sica, y Licenciada en Matem-
ticas y Fsicas en la Universi-
dad de Panam. La felicitamos
sinceramente y le auguramos
glandes triunfos en el futuro.
8 p.m. de los das Lunes Santo,
Martes Santo y Mlercles San-
to.
El ltimo acto de los Reti-
ros tendr lugar en el Santua-
rio Nacional del Corazn de
Mara la noche del Jueves San-
to a las 9 p.m. como comienzo
de la ADORACIN NOCTURNA
SOLEMNE que el Reglamento
establece para esa noche.
Como lo hemos venido anun-
ciando, el prximo viernes 18
del presente, la Compaa de
Dramas Sacros, se presenta en
nuestro primer coliseo, Teatro
Nacional, con el Inmortal dra-
ma: La Pasin de Cristo. Obra
original de Monseor Cordero.
Pasin y Muerte de Cristo
sube a escena con las prime-
ras figuras de la radio y el
teatro nacional. El galn Ra-
mn Garca de Paredes, la ac-
triz Margarita Sevillano, se lu-
cen en los papeles centrales de
la obra, secundados por Gra-
ciela Gonzlez. Eneida Chorres,
Esmeralda Avila, Sari Peregri-
na. Miguel ngel Moreno, Ger-
mn Brahms y muchos otros.
Este conjunto ha estado ensa-
yando desde hace dos meses,
bajo le direccin de Eduardo
Gmez Bueno y del maestro del
Pozo.
Bajo los auspicios del Depar-
tamento de Cultura del Minis-
terio de Educacin, Panam.
Nuevos depsitos
de Uranio en Sur de
Mxico se anuncia
CIUDAD DE MEXICO. Marzo
12 (UP). El Universal, segn
ues pac los de Oaxaca, publico
que han sido descubiertos en
el sur de Mxico, depsitos muy
ricos de uranio.
Dos nuevos lechos de ura-
nios, segn tales Informaciones,
lian sido descubiertos y ver-
ileados cientficamente por el
ingeniero mexicano Alfonso
Martinez Berges. Ambos dep-
sitos recin descubiertos estn
en Oaxaca, estado del sur de
Mxico- Anteriormente se ni-
bia denunciado depsitos de ti-
ranta en Oaxaca, pero no se
haba revelado la extensin de
los mismos.
Segn la ley mexicana, todus
los depsitos minerales perte-
necen al Gobierno Federal.
rw9- 'i ntttn
LA CASA DE LOS VIDRIOS Y LOS LINLEOS
FACILIDADES DE PACO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Avenida Central M CLUB Telfono 2-24*4
KLIM?
/eche
KLIM es leche de vaca de superior calidad, elabo-
rada bajo las condiciones higinicas ms estrictas. Si,
y KLIM permanece prottgida en su lata especialmente
envasada a fin de que Ud. obtenga una leche tan fresca
como en ti da que sali de la granja. Compre KLIM
-una leche en la cual Ud. puede siempre confiar por
su uniformidad y pureza 1
KLIM ES LECHl PURA Y SANA
j] KLIM * conserva sin rofrisjtraelaii
(Tj KLIM sltmprt de calidad imlformt
SKLIM os oxcoltato para I lo a su crael-
nieafa
SKLIM aamtnva I valor nutritiva da las
platos cocinados
SKLIM recomienda para la alimentacin
infantil
SKLIM *s para ffMIM ... anvada par
un procedimiento especial
SKLIM arf elaborada bajo ti mas astricta
control
Agua pura, agregete KLIM,
mzclese y tendr leche pura y sana
LECHE
KLIM
LA PREFERIDA IN TODO IL MUNDO
De derecho divino (institui-
da por Jesucristo'.
Papa: Obispo de los Obis-
pos. El mismo Obispo de Roma.
Obispo: que gobierna una
dicesis.
De derecho eclesistico
Arzobispo: Obispo en su di-
cesis por derecho divino y Mo-
derador o Inspector en visita
cannica de una Provincia E-
cleslstlca regida por los obis-
pos propios cada uno en sil
dicesis.
Cannigos: Corte del Obispo:
Hay canonglas de gracia y" da
oposicin:
(Continuacin)

tendr oportunidad de apreciar
a sus artistas nacionales, que
en conjunto con los extranje-
ros, sern una revelacin en el
sacro espectculo que presen-
tan.
La Pasin de Cristo es un
drama en cuatro actos, dividi-
dos en doce maravillosos cua-
dros, en que veremos desde su
famosa entrada a Jerusaln. en
el Domingo de Ramos, hasta su
resurreccin.
Los decorados y vestuarios
han sido confeccionados en
Costa Rica y de esta manera
la obra saldr con toda pompa
y decoro.
La parte musical ha sido es-
pecialmente adaptada por, el
clebre maestro del Pozo.
y dtipu sic dcanjc nuleadv /
GOCE DE LA COMODIDAD INCOMPARABLB,'j
DE LOS MUEBLES DE BAMB,
IDEALES PARA EL TRPICO !
SUYO CON /. SO22
AL CONTADO A PLAZOS POR CLUl1
MBll=RIR
AVE.CENTRALYCAUE2lE.al*TELS.2-l830
Y 2-1833
%&/o u A^atJmox. /*wpttak
NO BS UH MAQUILLAJE EN rASTTLLA-NO ES l NA RASE
GRASOSA. Angel Face de Pond's es un maquillaje nuevo
y completamente distinto imparte a su tea un encanto
verdadero .. ms delicado, ms juvenil. Luce ms
suave y ms natural que el maquillaje en pastilla.
No se reseca ni luce brilloso.
SE APLICA CON UNA MOTA-Y SE QUEDA. ngel Face de
Pond's es el maquillaje que siempre "queda bien
y tan fcil d* usar! Angel Face se aplica con la
mota que traesin agua, sin mancharse loe dedos,
sin derramarse. Angel Face se esparce sobre su rostro
romo terciopeloy un ingrediente "adhesivo"
hace que dure mucho ms que los polvos.
IDEAL PARA LA BOLSA-NO 3E DERRAMA.
Lleve Angel Fare siempre consigo. As podr
"retocarse" o darse un maquillaje com-
pletamente nuevo en cualquier instante.
tina I tow t k tamtfmit
BU* 6 anaalalra Mlrcra. L'aa
aola en rada caja.
T"


f AC. IN A SKIS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, MARZO 12, 1951
i
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR ... COMPRAR etc
que ia ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A,
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por codo
palabra adicional.
S VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. Tivoll Na. 4
Tel. 2-l
KI'.SKO DE LESSEPS
Pityiir de Leueps
ranam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave 4 da Jalla
Tel. 2-44I
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Meladez 10.059
Tal. 2S5Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Oaat* No. SS
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "H" No. 57 Panam
Ava. Cenital 12-171 Cole
El Banco
APROVECHE:Pintura! y atmoltai
aatra brillante! o pruobo 4a moho.
1.3.25 tolon. Almacenei Trooidu-
ra.
U VENDEN:Clovoa. tubaria naaro,
caco acanalado. Eir-Ta Icartn
oitlodor pora cilo rotea! eaeoe-
raa. lovamonoi. excuiadoi. ate a
loa precio mis bojoi on eloio
AGENCIAS GLOBALES, Vie Eipa-
ko. Iloflondo o Juo ioneo. Tal
1-1503_________________________
$E VENDE- Incubodoro elctrico,
rtl 3-0255.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:--O e vende. Cato de
campo en Chorrera (El Cocol Tel.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno de 10
hectreas, en carretera transistmica.
Cirijase Calle Higinio Durin, casa
10, cuarto 1 3 oltos.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE VENDE: 4580; 4581; 4>82;
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;
05S; 0659. Servicio o domicilio,
esto, ltimos boletos de Los Leo-
ne ^reL2-2_154_y_3-3_0HJ.______
SE VENDE:Sumadora, mquina de
escribir, registradora, cajo fuerte,
grande, escritorio acero, sillas de
oficina, vidrieras. archivo, mesa
cuodroda 54", refrigeradora gas
pequea, mquina de coser indus-
trio!, motor 25 ciclos 1-8 a 3 3-4
H. P.. todo precio excepcional,
Sector Recreational Service, Coro-
ioI, Tel. 2220. ___________
SE VENDE:Motor trifsico, 60 ci-
c'os. 2 H. P. borato. Informes
.Avenida Central 190, Gordon.
S VENDE: A precio de ocasin,
eberroterio, Reiresqueria, Carnice-
ra. 20 Este 3. Tel. 2-2845. Con-
venase motivo salud.
NO GUARDE SU DINERO EN EL
BANCO.
INVIRTALO IN COMPRAS
SOLIDAS
Lotes en la Urbanizacin "El Cangre-
jo". Chalet de 2 a 4 recmaras
en ios distintos sectores de la ciu-
dad y sus afueras. Lotes de exce-
lente ubicacin en lo Urboniacin
"Las Cumbres". Lotes por hect
reas en lo Carretera Transistmica.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con refe-
rencias. Calle H8 No. 35._______
SE NECESITA: Una cocinera, no
tiene que dormir en el trabajo, y.
una sirvienta pora servicio general
de la cosa, tiene que dormir en
el empleo. Ave. Manuel Mara de
Icoza No. 26. Campo Alegre.
Pora informacin completa -
ROBERTO MIRO, TELEFONO 2-1
215
SE VENDEN:A domicilio boletos de
la rifa del Club de Leones de un
chalet y 1226 premios ms. Ave.
Norte No. 70. Tel. 2-1095. 841;
1843; 1844; 1845; 1846; 1848;
1849; 2562; 2566; 2567; 4741;
4742; 4743; 4744; 4 7 4 5;
4746; 4748; 4749; 5110; 51 I;
5113; 5114; 5115; 5116; 5117;
5118; 5H9; 9514; 9515; 9519.
ji VENDE:Uno colculadora (Mon-
to?', un ventilador con olas, para
soln. Boroto, en colle B No. 11,
Zapatera Record.
El mejor Banco poro tu 'ero, uno
buena propiedad, los tenemos de
todos los precios en las mejores ur-
banizaciones, lotes y cosas cons-
truidos. Sotillo y Co. Ave. Centrol
No.' 1 telfono 2-2277. _______
SE VENCECasa en San Francisco
de la Coleta de 3 recmoras, sala-
comedor ampio. Lote en esquina
de 406 metros cuadrados. Buen
precio. Informes: Juan Navorro,
Avenida Cuba entre calles 25 y
26 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE VENDE: Los tres nicos lotes
chicos.que quedan en "El Cangre-
jo" cerca del Colegio La Salle, y
otro cerquito de Via Espaa. 55.-
300.00. Telfono 3-2407.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, sala,
comedor, 2 recmoras, cocina y
servicio. Completamente indepen-
diente. Calle 43 No. 64, Bella
Visto, Tel. 3-0458.
SE NECESITA:Empleada honrada y
responsable para dormir en casa.
Averige en lo sastrera Americo-
na, Avenida Central No. 118 de
7 9 p_. m.
SE NECESITAN:Empleados. Acu-
da al Restaurante Manhattan, co-
Ue K No. 9.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepa
cocinar y duerma en el trobojo.
Calle 2a. Perejil No. 6. Tel. 3-
3359.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenido Mxico final y calle 43
Ette, Home 3-0140.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE NECESITA:Carguera con expe-
riencia. Dormir en el trabajo. Ave.
Per No. 28. Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente, No. 4. colle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garoe,*, informes Tel. 2-2374.
___________________ i
SE ALQUILA:En edificio moderno"
recien construido, apartamento de
2 recmaras, salo-comedor, 3 clo-
sets, cocina amplia, balcn inde-
pendente, a precios mdicos, en
Colle 25 Este No. 7. Ocurro C.
Daz. Colle 25 Este y Ave. Cubo
No. 15. Apto. 13 '
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, independiente, de uno recma-
ra, medio amueblado si se solici-
ta. Vio Belisorio Porras 168.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
SE NECESITA:Empleado con refe-
rencias paro servicio de casa, fa-
milia de dos personas. Buen suel-
do. Novedades Alberto, Central
205.
SE VENDE:Carro Plymouth Sedon
4 puertos, modelo 42, buenas con-
diciones. Precio $325.00. Ocurra
Ave Manuel Mora Icaza No. 7,
Tel. 3-2594.
SE VENDE:Por motivo vioje, carro
Lincoln, 1946, en perfectas con-
diciones, precio quemo. Farmacia
Ruiz, Panam. ._______^^
Si Rusia inicia
man por telfono, ya que es*.
6t encuentra en Cayo Hueso en
Florida. Muchos Congresista:
estn Interesados en que tanto
la Cmara como el Senado a-
prueben las contribuciones u-
mericanas al Ejrcito del Pac-
to del Atlntico antes y no
despus que stas sear,
enviadas
Los Comits del Senado se
reunirn maana para busepr
una aclaracin de la resolucu
aprobada la semana pasada, en
ese sentido.
En cuanto al envo de tropas
a Europas. Elsenhower dijo iue
los Senadores cometeran un
grave "error"' si se estableciera
un limite fijo o un sistema re
pioporcln que controlara el u-
o de tropas americanas en su
comando.
Don Juan Galindo
bacin tcita a los atropellos
de que han sido victimas pro-
piciatorias el peridico que Ud.
dirige y. ciudadanos meritorios
que gozan de nuestras consi-
deracin y respeto.
Yo considero y califico como
una villania la forma cobarde
como fue agredido el ex-Presl-
dente de la Repblica don Ri-
cardo Adolfo de la Guardia por
miembros de la Polica Secre-
ta Nacional; y condeno de Igual
manera la transgresin de que
se ha hecho responsable el Go-
bierno al atentar contra la li-
bertad de expresin, tal como
sucedi en el caso del peridico
I Pas".
Precisa aceptar tambin que
actos semejantes de villana
han hecho su aparicin en Ad-
ministraciones anteriores, y que
por tanto su existencia es un
mal crnico que urge extirpar
por todos los medios legtimos
a nuestro alcance.
Quiero aprovechar la ocasin
que me brinda su mensaje para
rechazar como gratuito e in-
fundado, el cargo de colabora-
cionista" que con marcada fre-
cuencia se le hace al PNR des-
de las columnas de su perldl-
SE VENDE: Chevrolet Sedon 41.
Placas por todo el ao. Dodge 41,
Sedan, buenos condiciones. Esto-
' cin Son Francisco, Via Porras
220.
-___u.
El Alcalde
SE NECESITA:Cocinero que duer-
ma en el empleo. Troiga referen-
cias. Ave. Chile 24 bajos._______
SE VENDE
Artculos de Cas
SE VENDE:A preejo de quemo, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
co, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nueva. Todava est
en su cojo. Formacia La Esperon-
za Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664. __________^^
SE VENDE:Motivo de vioje, come-
dor, dos recmoras, mquina Sin-
ger, motor, refrigeradora, estufo,
etc. Telfono 3-2749.
SE ALQUILA:Pequefio apartamen-
to amoblado, recmara, comedor y
cocina, a matrimonio sin nios.
Calle 45 No. 19.
ALQUILAMOSDepartamento inde-
pendiente en los altos de cosa 2220
Rio Abajo (Lo Quintana) B.35. 2
cuartos, galera grande y servicios,
acudir a Via Espao 36 aparta-
mento A. Mariano Ortega.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje, re-
frigeradora de 7 pies. Juego de so-
la, dos camos gemelos con "spring-
y colchn. Juego de comedor, c-
modo. Dirijose a calle 6a. No. I 1
entre suel.o
SE VENDE:Vitrina curvo, un opo-
rador chico y dos libreros, en per-
fecto estado y bajo precio. Va
Belisario Porras No. 196, telfono
3-2565.
ALQUILAMOS: Soberbio aporto-
mento de tres recmaras, dos ser-
vicios y garage en Via Espaa 36.
B.75 00, acudir o apartamento A
de la misma. Mariano Ortega.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuatro
cuartos, bao y cocina, 8.40.00.
Amueblados. B.60.00. Belisario
Porras No. 4. media cuadra ploya.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726 y
2-1728.
parte. Esta negativa tiene res-
paldo en el mismo criterio del
Juez.
SI negu a notificarme de la
resolucin que acogi el recur-
so de Habeas Corpus interpues-
to por Huertas Ponce porque
habindose tramitado el caso
de este seor, en el mismo ex-
pediente en que se tramitaron
los casos idnticos de Ricardo
A de la Guardia, Homero y
Mano Velasquez, Evangelio
Karica y Victor Chanson bien
poda el Juez cor. un criterio
amplio alejado del estrecho
marco de: procedimiento como
lo hace un funcionario moder-
no, considerar los Informes de
los otros recursos de Habeas
Corpus aplicables a este caso
de Huertas Ponce, mxime que
la Alcalda tiene plena con-
ciencia de que el Despacho del
Juez Cuarto fallar el caso de
Huertas Ponce con el mismo
criterio de los dems recurren-
tes.
En la maana de hoy le di
cumplimiento al Informe re-
querido porque asi lo exige la
Ley, pero no por miedo a la
insinuacin de arresto del Juez
IV del Circuito, ya que estoy
acostumbrado a la crcel, a los
atropellos, a las persecuciones
y vejmenes aplicados en po-
cas en que no haba Jueces,
ni Ley, ni Ministros, ni Se-
cretarlos de Ministros que ac-
tuaran con honradez y el re-
curso de Habeas Corpus haba
sido eliminado del Cdigo Ju-
dicial por los mandatarios de
turno.
Contrasta, pues, la actitud
celosa de los actuales funcio-
narios judiciales con la de a-
quella poca de lo:, gobiernos
liberales.
"El comienzo
atencin a las fronteras geogrt-
jcas o polticas y su ambiuc
ts insatiable".
"La amenaza comunista es
grande, a pesar de que el re-o
fu aceptado y hemos obten.-
do suicientes victorias para r;-
SE VENDEN:Los muebles todos del
apartamento calle 2a. Perejil No.
15. Apto. 6, Edificio Ruiz.
SE NECESITA
General
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMBRA SE
ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos con muebles o sin ellos. Comu-
niqese con oficina edificio Al-
hombro, colle 10, No. 8061, Co-
ln. Telfono I 386._____________
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, dos recmaros,
dos servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. telfono 3-0847.__________
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos com-
pletos en planta alta y baja. Calle
15 San Francisco No. 3 d.o 4 o 6
p. m., casa recien arreglada, B.
35.00 cada opartomento. Llevar
referencias. ,
SE ALQUILA
Locales
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
De venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
guro Social, y se anota que es-
to le ha Impedido a Ud. el lle-
var a la prctica un plan suyo
de retiro de los fondos oficia-
les confiados a la^ arcas de la
Compaa, mediante partidas
de B.100.000.00 mensuales a
partir de Enero del presente
ao.
Por unt. parte, es de lamen-
tar muy sinceramente el que
a pesar de haber participado
Ud. en las reuniones de la Jun-
ta Directiva de la Compaa
fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
como representante del Gobier-
no, no hubiera Ud. en ningn
Instante hecho saber a esa
Junta su Idea de retirar siste-
mticamente los fondos oficia-
les all depositados, a razn de
B.100.000.00 mensuales, pues de
haberlo hecho as, todo el pro-
ceso de reajuste se habra lle-
vado a la prctica con mira a
la ejecucin de dicho plan.
Por otra parte, comparta Ud.
en Diciembre pasado con los
Directores de la Compaa Fi-
duciaria de Panam, S. A., la
idea' de que la situacin del
pals no tolerara un cierre
prctico de las operaciones de
crdito del Banco, y que los co-
bros a llevarse a efecto deban
ajustarse a las posibilidades de
la plaza, complementndolos
con prstamos en una escala
mucho "menor a la anterior a
Diciembre, y que la poltica ex-
trema de restriccin de prs-
tamos que estaba en vigencia,
debia ser reemplazada en Ene-
efectivo para nuestras arcas,
engendrara quiebras y cierre
de establecimientos, con su se-
cuela Ineludible de ruina, deso-
cupacin y disloque en la es-
tructura econmica de nuestra
nacin. Haba pues que proce-
der gradualmente, para lograr
mediante una accin armni-
ca y progresiva de Intensifica-
cin ae cobros y la reduccin
de crditos, el estado liquido
de haberea conceptuado de-
seable.
El Hotel El Panam, o me-
jor dicho, la empresa Hoteles
Interamericanos, 8. A. duea
del mismo, s contaba dentro
de nuestros clientes importan-
tes. No eran slo los Intereses
particulares de los accionistas
los envueltos en este caso. La
Caja de Seguro Social tiene in-
vertidos en esa empresa B.l,-
500.00, eh cdulas, y la Rep-
blica de Panam le responde al
Export-Import Bank por B.2.-
500.000.00 facilitados en prsta-
mos a esa empresa.
Precisa recordar que en Di-
ciembre, la obra de El Pana-
m estaba por concluirse. Era
imperioso para la empresa po-
derle hacer frente a los com-
promisos necesarios para com-
pletar la obra, y la Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
confrontaba un dilema: cerrar
totalmente el crdito al Hotel,
paralizando la obra y llevn-
dolo a una posible quiebra, o
facilitar los medios necesarios
para completar la obra, te-
niendo en mente lo que el Ho-
tel en operacin significaba
para el prestigio y para le eco-
ro por una aceln Inteligente j nomia de la Repblica, para los
que habra de permitir alcan-
zar el grado de liquidez de ha-
beres de la Compaa que se
consideraba deseable, en tr-
minos compatibles con el ritmo
de la economa nacional.
Todos comprendamos enton-
ces la situacin: numerosos co-
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Jupn, pero la campaa de co-
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intereses fiscales, y para la
misma Compaa Fiduciaria,
puesto que obra de tal enver-
gadura obtendra, ya en ope-
racin y con la asistencia del!
Gobierno, la sustitucin del
crdito temporal que le otor-
gamos, por uno a largo plazo,
suministrado por ls inversio-
nistas de los Estados Unidos
de Amrica. Ante esto, es In-
justo considerar arbitrarla la
actitud de la' Gerencia.
Por cuanto concierne a los
datos y apreciaciones conteni-
dos en su informe sobre el fun-
cionamiento de la Compaa
desde el 4 de Diciembre de 1950
hasta el 3 de Marzo de 1951,
nos parece oportuno anotar lo
siguiente:
(a) Sobre reduccin de pres-
tamos:
Observamos que al cierre de
operaciones de la Compaa el
4 de Diciembre de 1950, esta
tenia colocado en prstamos
un total de R5,868,979.20. De
dicha cantidad, quedaban pen-
dientes en la fecha de su in-
forme, o sea, el 3 de Marzo
de 1951, B.4,082,582.21, lo cual
revela una reduccin de B.I.-
786,396.99, es decir, de un
30.43% sobre el total de prsta-
mos; y ello, sin tener en con-
sideracin que durante el mis-
mo periodo se hicieron presta-
mos que totalizan B.350,653.00.
SI la Ley que autorizaba la
emisin de cdulas .hipoteca-
rias de Hoteles Interamerica-
nos, S. A. que cont con la a-
probacln unnime de la
Asamblea Nacional, no hubie-
ra sido vetada por el rgano
Ejecutivo, se habra producido,
en el curso del mes de Marzo,
una reduccin adicional de a-
proxlmadamente B.1,000,000.00,
que habra tenido por efecto
elevar nuestro encaje de efec-
tivo en trminos tales que la
Compaa Fiduciaria hubiera
quedado apaeltada para de-
volver totalmente los depsitos
oficiales, ouedando tras esa de-
I volucln con un encaje muy
superior al requerido por la
Ley.
(b) Sobre ganancias y gas-
tos:
Observamos que en el ano
de 1950 la Compaa obtuvo In-
gresos brutos por B.504,803.03
y que los gastos en ese ao
fueron de B.362,243.63, quedan-
do una ganancia neta de
b.142,559.40. Es de anotar que
, los Ingresos brutos en referen-
cia no representan nicamente
| Intereses de prstamos hechos
por la Compaa. Una empresa
bancarla presta a la comuni-
dad, no slo dinero, sino Infi-
nidad de servicios remunera-
dos, que constituyen fuente
Importantsima de sus Ingre-
sos. Asi, hay que tener en
cuenta que de los B.504,803.03
de Ingresos brutos de 1950,
B.136,436.8j, o sea, el 27%, pro-
vino de la prestacin de ser-
vicios.
De all que al aventurarse
en su Informe un clculo cer-
ca de las ganancias probables
en 1951, en que se echa al ol-
vido un rubro muy Importan-
te de Ingresos, resulte tal cl-
culo muy alejado de la reali-
dad.
Es evidente, desde luego, que
a consecuencia de la reduccin
de prstamos que nos impusi-
mos como lnea de conducta,
disminuiran nuestros Ingresos
anuales provenientes de inte-
reses, pero al mismo tiempo
ello no era as con la presta-
cin de servicios, que la Ge-
rencia Intensificaba.
Por otra parte, as como re-
sulta Inexacto el slculo de
probables Ingresos para 1951,
de la misma manera resulta
equivocado 1 clculo de los
gastos para el mismo periodo,
t la conclusin de una per-
dida probable le B. 10,538.12
mensuales.
Tal Inexactitud queda de re-
lleve con el hecho cierto de
que durante los meses de Ene-
ro y Febrero del presente ao
los Ingresos brutos de la Com-
paa Fiduciaria ascendieron a
B.70,499.25, mientras los gas-
tos fueron de B.69,391.02, de-
Jando un margen de ganancia
neta, an en los meses que su-
cedieron inmediatamente a ia
difcil situacin de Diciembre
pasado.
Nosotros creemos que solo de
la sinceridad sin reservas pue-
den brotar la confianza y la
armonia necesarias para el xi-
to de una empresa y por ello
hoy ms que nunca lamenta-
mos que no nos comunicara sus
i Impresiones. De haberlo hecho
Celebra aniversario ]
de su coronacin
el Papd*Po XIJ
ROMA, Marzo 12 (P) ZHJ\J
rapa Po XII celebr el 12o. a-
nlversarlo de su coronacin hoy, -
atendiendo una misa en su ho4^ J
nor en la Capilla Sixtina. U|CJ
Cuerpo Diplomtico acreditado
en la Santa Sede atendi la
misa, con todo esplendor, ves-
tidos con trajes de gala y con-
decoraciones.
Las paredes de la Capilla es-
taban cubiertas con valiosos
cuadros de Miguel ngel-
asi, tras una discusin de ellas,
habra resultado distinto el in-
forme que Ud. rindi; y se ha-;I
brla enterado al Gobierno de .
que la aprobacin de la Ley
que autorizaba a emisin de
cdulas hipotecarlas de Hote-
les Interamericanos, S. A. colo-
caba a la Compaa Fiduciaria
de Panam, S. A., en posicin .
de devolver los fondos del Go-
bierno y e la Caja de seguro
Social que se le confiaron, y
de seguir operando por sus
propios medios.
De Ud. atentamente,
Los Directores y el Gerente de
la Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panama, S. A.
(Fdo.; A. G. Arango.
(Fdo.) T. G. Duque.
(Fdo.) N. E. Garay.
(Fdo.) Jan F. Vietor.
(Fdo.) Gilberto Arias.
(Fdo.) Ral R. OrlUae.
(Fdo.) . A. Castro Vleto.
Los rojos parecen
bia un intenso trfico rojo fue-
ra de Sel. La 3a. Division que
se encuentra entre Han y Sel
Inform que hay mucha acti-
vidad comunista en la cludaa
y orden un ataque de arti-
llera. , Jy
En el frente central, la oten,
slva aliada a doce millas q
Sel estaba flanqueando las
defensas rojas. Los rojos qulzsf
se retiren para evitar ser atra- .
pados.
El Octavo Ejercito est avan-
zando 'a voluntad a lo largo
del frente desde la cabeza de
puente del Ro Han al Este de
Sel, hasta la estratgica Chan-
pyong en las montaas orien-
tales.
Los rojos estaban enviando
grandes convoyes de tropas 7
alimentos hacia el Sur a tra-
vs de Corea del Norte, hasta
una nueva lnea que se cree
est en Hongchon a 21 millas
al Sur del Paralelo 38. Se ha
informado que hay de cinco a
seis mil soldados chinos a lo
largo de la orilla Norte del rio
frente en una nueva linea d
Hongchon y se cree que unoa
cien mil soldados rojos harn
defensa. ,.
Las fuerzas britnicas que se
encuentran unidas a la la. Di-
visin de Caballeria norteame-
ricana capturaron varios cerros
claves que dominan a Hong-
chon desde cinco millas al sur-
oeste, despus de un avance de
seis millas. La la. Division de
Marinos norteamericanos se en-
contraba a seis millas al sur-
este y la 6a. Divisin surco
reana a seis millas al Sur.
La resistencia nor-coreana en
las montaas orientales ces
tan rpida e inexplicablemente
como surgi la semana pasa-,
da. 71 Monte Taeml, que cambi .,
de manos dos veces durante ,
una cruel batalla a bayonet
calada la semana pasada, cayoi
nuevamente en manos de la 7.
Divisin norteamericana sin
hacer un slo disparo.
La Fuerza Area norteame-
ricana en el Lejano Oriente co-
munic que 30 aviones de caza
rusos trataron de hacer frente
a 12 transportes y seis aviones
de caza a retropropulsin alia-,
dos sobre Sinulju, en una bata-. ,
lia que se llev a cabo desde 2s
mil pies de altura hasta casi a
ras de tierra, terminando con ,
la huida de los aviones rojo* ;
hacia Manchuria. Dos de los .*
aviones comunistas fueron ave-
riados.
Los aviones de la 5a. Fuery* .
Area completaron 360 Incur-
slones durante el da de hoy.
Estos aviones destruyeron a.
averiaron 130 camiones de a- basteclmlentos comunistas,
cuando los rojos trataron de
enviar abastecimientos a sue
estropeadas tropas en las 11- .
neas del frente.

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f
lltano de San Vito se reuni y
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del actual Vicario General. Dr.
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LUNES. MARZO 1?, 1*51
B. rANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
FAGINA SWA
El Pinocho Puede Obtener El
Campeonato De Base Provincial
Esta Tarde Frente Al C. Duran
El equipo de los narizones po-1 go sin duda alguna despertar
dr coronarse esta tarde cam- gran entusiasmo entre los fana-
pen Provincial de Baseball en, ticos de la pelota.
el partido que sostiene contra En los partidos de ayer el Op-
el Cafe Duran en el Estadio tica Sosa se revel como un con-
nacional. Junto de mucha pujanza al de-
El Pinocho ha quedado a un rrotar al Barraza por 5 carreras
Saso de la victoria merced al a 1. mientras que en el segundo
iunfo del ptica Sosa frente choque el Granillo venci al Frl-
al Barraza, el nico contendor gidalre por anotacin de 7 ca-
sero de los narizones. Este Jue-' rreras a 1.
En El Cuadro Del Instituto
Nacional Chocan El Panam-
Amrica y La Hora El Jueves
(Per Rennet Collins)
Bien Impresionados Llegaron Esta
Madrugada Los Atletas Nacionales
Con verdadero
fervor lucharon
en Buenos Aires
Muy valioso para nuestro
deporte ha sido ese torneo
Esta madrugada regres la
Embajada Deportiva que nos
represent en los Primeros Jue-
(os Panamericanos que tuvieron
lngar en Buenos Aires, Argenti-
na y lot cuales terminaron el
viernes I de Mano.
Todos los miembros llegaron
contentos y satisfechos de la ji-
ra y vienen bien impresionados
del viaje, y estada en Argentina
organizacin y desarrollo de los
Juegos Panamericanos y aten-
ciones recibidas.
De los 43 miembros de la Em-
bajada regresaron 41, los otros
dos, el luchador Fridman se
qued invitado por un hermano
que tiene all y que no vea
desde hace 15 aos, y el otro el
Se destacaron en el V Campeonato
El tan esperado encuentro de los enconados rivales de El Pa-
revancha entro los equipos de nam Amrica y La Hora,
softball de El Panam-Amrica Aun no se han anunciado las
y "La Hora" se llevar a cabo el bateras, pero se sabe que por
jueves prximo, en el cuadro del los diablos rojos de El Panama
Instituto Nacional, a las cuatro Amrica lanzarn Culebrn: Ruiz
de la tarde o Collins y por La Hora el pi-
Juego de garra y de emocin rotcnico lanzador Ernest Lei- j ^^Vl^nd,Ve"iiT'
en el que los diablos rojos y los kins que mantuvo a raya a los !^ chita dondeingresar a la
pjaros azules librarn una en- sluggers del diarfo vespertino fJ^SL/0^n
conada pugna, desde que se rom La tremenda batera de los
pan los fuegos de la Justa pelo- rojos formada por Lawler. Al-
tera. Se espera que una de las drete, Arango, Alvarado, Pinzn,
mayores concurrencias se d ci- Donado estn que zumba por
ta en el campo del Instituto pa- poner en accin el grueso cali-
ra presenciar esta pugna, entre bre de sus caones.
SANBERKARDINO, Marzo (U.
P.)El gerente general de los
Piratas Branch Rickey, celebr
la* primeras cinco reuniones
con los peloteros y sugiri que
el jardinero Pete Resler, se tras-
formar en el receptor de posi-
cin que este Jug en las prc-
tica! que se han celebrado des-
Eus de la reunin. Rickey lam-
i n sugiri en transformar en
receptor al lnicialista zurdo Da-
le Long.
Universidad del Gobierno, para
Iniciar estudios de Educacin
Fsica, y cuya clases comleman
el 15 de Marzo.
La delegacin panamea arri-
b a Tocumen a la una y me-
dia de la madrugada: permane-
ci tres horas ayer domingo en!
Lima, donde fueron agasajos
por el seor Embajador de Pa-
nam en el Per, Excelentsimo
Seor Ernesto Brin y la Secre-
, taria seorita Mir.
1. novena a mitad de la tempo- Le, jefM t a Delegacin
rada el ao pasado debido a I pretentarn un informe de la
que sufra de bursitis en el | jira oportunamente,
hombro puso su braso a prue-
ba ayer y declar que se siente
muy bien.
Presentamos aqu a seis de lee Jugadores nacionales, cuyas excelente actuaciones hicieron
posible que Panam conquistara por primera ve. el;Campeonato Centroamericano y del Ca-
ribe de Ftbol, y son: de izquierda a derecha: Reinaldo Carrillo, centro medio; FeHx Tejada,
back iVulerdo Gerardo Warren, guardameta; Gastn de Leon, back derecho; Alfredo Sandi-
ford meoia defensa Izquierda, y Rafael Arana Jr., nter izquierdo y el mayor goleador del
torneo. ______ ...------ -------
PROENIX, Marzo (UP)Loa
Yankees y los Indios del Cleve-
land, se pusieron de acuerdo en
celebrar un desafio entre sus
reclutas a prueba sin la parti-
cipacin de los jugadores regu-
lares.
El manager Casey Stengel de
PASADENA, Marzo (UP)El
lanzador cubano Luis Aloma de ios Yankees, dijo que no ha ba-
lo*. Medias Blancas actu en el nido noticias de Larry "Yoggl"
centro del diamante durante Berra, Tommy Byrne, y Billy
tres entradas del juego inter- Johnson que todava no ha flr-
club sin permitir carreras. mado. Alele Reynolds envi te-
----- legrama explicando que haba
FLORIDA, Marzo (UP)Paul tenido que demorarse en Okla-
Hinricha. lanzador que no ac- homa y que llegar el viernes.
ba de dedleidir si quiere jugar --------
bisbol o convertirse en minis- TUESCO, Marzo (UP)Los
tro religioso se uni al cuadro indios han ofrecido 40 mil d-
dc lanzadores de los Medias ]area ai lanzador Bob Lemon
Rojas. Hlnrlchs dio indicios ha- qUe desea 50 mil dlares. Le-
ce dos aos con los Yanquis de mon pidi permiso por telfono
ser potenclalmente un gran Ci?sde San Diego, al nuevo ma-
lanzador pero sufri una lesin nager Al Lpez para presentar-
en la ingle. se a las prcticas el primero de
-------- Marzo aun cuando no ha flr-
VERO BEACH, Marzo (UP) mado.
El Presidente de los Dodgers, Lpez le a contestado que el
Walter O'Mallay estaba consi- gerente Hank Greenberg, ha
derando muy a su pesar ofre- prohibido que se admita en la
cer una recompensa a quien mismas a los Jugadores que no
encuentra a su desaparecida hayan firmado dicho contrato.
lanzador Dan Bankehead.. El --------
esbelto aerpentlnero de color se CLEARWATER, Marzo (UP)
debi haber presentado al cua- ; a primera base Eddie Waitkus
dro de adiestramiento de los ,e lesion el codo y el receptor
Dodgers hace una semana pero gtan Lopata el pie Izquierdo du-
nadle sabe donde esta. rante las prcticas de los Phi-
llies.
CLEARWATER, Marzo
El veterano lanzador de los Phi-
llies Blix Donnelly se lesion
dos dedos al estallarle un pe-
tardo en la mano.
BRADENTON, Marzo (UP)
Kl Manager de los Bravos de
Boston, Billy Southworth alab
la actuacin de los zurdos Char
ley Qorln. Dick Kelly y Jim PI-
SAN PETERSBURGO, Marzo pe, pero Walker Cooper impidi
(UP)El veterano lanzador de- con g^g tremendas lineas que el
recreo de los Atlticos Dick Fow- manager celebrara a Vern Blck-
ler, quien tuvo que abandonar ord, y ios dems lanzadores re-
------- nilares que se le han enfrenta-
do.
VERO BEACH, Marzo (UP)
El vice-Presidente de los Dod-
gers del Brooklyn Buzzy Bavasl,
filio que la ausencia en las prc
ticas del lanzador Don Bank-
head, era un misterio ya que
debi haber llegado el lunes pa-
sado.
El Mauricio contina
con opcin en la Uga j^,^ Me(|jM |e
Socal de Softball ^ ^ ^.^
a Tolentino Daz
Por BETO TEJADA
El Mauricio contina con op-
cin al derecho de ir a la se-
rie final de softball socal, al
imponerse e s pectacularmente
ayer en Santa Rita al conjunto
de la Polica Nacional por 10
carreras a 8.
Aunque los "gendarmes" per-
dieron su compromiso de ayer,
quedaron clasificados para la
BABY GREEN DERROTO POR K.O. A CESAR LEAL
PARA CONQUISTAR EL TITULO DE PESO GALLO
Deportes a Granel
Welsh Loch Gan La Estelar
y Dictador Obtuvo Su Tercer
Triuno Consecutivo En J. F.
Por RDEME
Wels Loch se impuso ayer en Esta prueba fu opacada co
final dramtico en el evento es- la soberbia presentacin del ln
telar celebrado en el Hipdro- victo defensor de los colores del
m Nacional, sobre un tiro de stud Blue Si White, DICTADOR
1400 metros y por un premio de que gan al reverendo galopa,
B.1.000.00. la carrera para la clase "B" f
La carrera fu muy disputada marcando mejor tiempo que I
hasta la raya entre el ganador clase "A" para los 1400 melros.
Welsh Loch. Cherlberlbin y Pl- Dictador impuso en el recorrid
nard. Cherlberlbin parti en 1.29 3/5 y sin ser esforzado,
punta, seguido por el pupilo de Segundo lleg Rathllng Light f
Clnlglio, que lo emparejo en la tercero Csewmlnister. Dictador
curva de la milla y desde all como siempre corri de atrs f
vinieron luchando hasta la tie- en la recta final galopaba hacia
rra derecha, cuando Cheriberl- el triunfo,
bin tir la toalla y entonces Las carreras de ayer resulta-
atac como un vendabal Pinard ron bastante reida* y se sus
pero la raya ya estaba cerca y citaron finales cardiacos y ade-
siempre se Impuso Welsh Loch, ms dividendos halagadores.
Rado Bush vs. Vidriera Prez es
el partido anunciado para esta noche
en la justa de softball comercial
Reaparecen esta noche frente' ron ampliamente a La Cervece
a los pupilos de Gustavo Prexj ra para privarlos de tu invicto,
los muchachos del Radio Bush Maana se enfrentan Banco
que vienen dispuestos a legrar Fiduciario y Ron Istmeo en
su segunda victoria en un Juege otro gran partido comenzando
que debe resultar movido e in- a las 7 y treinta de la noche lo
teresante por le bien balancea- mlsme que el juego de hoy.
de de los equipos. La Liga ha decidido per 1*
Los muchachos del Vidrieras pronto suspender los juegos de-
Prez vienen con intenciones de bles y continuar con el calen*
aplastar a los radifilos que darlo en la forma en que se ha-
en su ltima aparicin derrota- ba decidido anteriormente. __
Una pena de 65 aos puede recibi
joyero que soborn a los canasteros
Por RMItatl
Ya comentan los fanticos de encuentran actualmente en Ca-
la hpica el encuentro entre el 11, Colombia, en respuesta a la
crack de la pista ROYAL COUP solicitud hecha por el club
contra DICTADOR. Algunos ase, Sport Boys", del vecino puerto
Baby Green sorprendi al de- Dictador no podr de El Callao, para que regresen
rrotar anoche por nocaut tc-; Mg, defensor de los colores a ingresen a su antiguo club,
nico al campen Csar Lea 1 pa- 8tud CanUgall0( mientras | despus del a amnista del pre-
ra conquistar el titulo Nacional otrog pronOBtican i contra-' sldente Odra, han pedido la
rio. Todos esperan con bastante suma de 50.000 soles, el primero
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 12 (UP)
El Joyero Salvatore Sollaz-
zo al que se le Imputa ser dl-
igcn e ce un gulpO .~ ..< -
tadore cue EOtiavaarM) > "Js
baskc, oUstas de la Univuvl-
riad de Nueva York y trataron de
sooornar a otro que rechazo la
oerla, fu instruido de cai03
poi 13 casos distintos y puece
sulrir una pena de prisin por
dlares, de acuerdo con la ley
c,ue fija prisin de 1 a 5 aos
y multas por 10 mil dlares por
cada caso.
An cuando tambin se le ha
imputado e| soborno a los bas-
kelboUstas de la Universidad do
Long Island en el auto solo so
mencion a los de la Universi-
dad de Nueva York. Desde el
25 de Febrero est en prisin
65 aos y multas por 1S0 mil; excluido de fianza.
de Peso Gallo.
Desde el cuarto
asalto co-
queaaron cinsiucauus para a ------r- ..__.. -..-iriaata ti.
serie final, sendo este el tercer . ^S^f^^SS?^ man fuerzas. ; toaos un,
S^-E'JS'^J.'Sa.-l0"; Srandodel excampen este campeones. Dictador ayer en*
entusiasmo el momento en que
estoa dos nobles equinos diri-
man fuerzas, como, todos unos
otros dos
Camel.
son ptica
TBC. H. Pm.
48*
ple el magnifico tiempo de
1.29 3/5. para recorrer 1400 me-
tros. Mientras que la clase "A"
corra la misma distancia en
1.30 1/5. Ya se ha anunciado que
en el clsico "Presidente de la
Repblica" competirn dos tri-
perd"de" "esta manera" "su Ir I quVel arbitro Pinzn suspendi; PleDae1n^,,d",.: Main ^oad^Ro-! Valeriano'"y FeTandro"pa7"rei-1 bao"" Gav"^ yTfeoyor- I M. dObaIdia P 3 8 12
victo (5-1). Diez imparables^ba- el cwjjn c^Vgnador deP y ai Coup y Begonia. Los caba- legrarse al ftbol local. ino Billy Graham. Ch. de Souza FN 3
cn.o v lerminarmu ci ciuik""' -.
' round con la cara bien estro-
I peada por los golpea de su rival.
Chaney, result el lanzador I A los 58 segundos del quinto
ganador del Mauricio que obtu- I asalto, Green coneet de lleno
vo su segundo xito en igual a Leal, envlndolo a la lona;
nmero de presentacin, y el Leal se levant pero ae encon-
perdedor fu Rudy Prince, que | traba en tan malas condiciones,,
Valerlano.p or firmar un con-
trato, de dos aos, y 1,800 soles
como sueldo mensual, ms las
primas por los partidos gana-
dos y empatados. El segundo,
Felandro. ha p'edido 20,000 soles
No reconocer al
campen welter la
Comisin de N. York
Los diez mejores
con el bate en ti
.oftbsll social

DETROIT, Marzo 12 (UP) Jugadores
por la firma de un contrato de La Comisin Atltica del Estado J. Cuestas Camel 3* 12 14
dos aos y el sueldo mensual de! de Nueva York, no reconocer 3. Altafulla Cdral 28 8 12
mil soles, ms las primas. al sucesor de Ray Robinson co- w. Raveneau DA 24 4 10
La Junta directiva del Sport mo campen mundial welter, al A. Arlaln PN 24 4 10
Boys se reunir esta semana pa- ganador de la competencia en j. Cole PN 29 12 12
estudiar las propuestas de que no participa el campen cu-' r. Fergunson OS 25 5 10
tearon los ganadores e
rrleron en tres errores al igual
que los perdedores, bateando
estos ltimos seis incoglbles.
Too de Jann, Gascn y
Sohyster con 3-2 y Beto Arango
con 4-2 fueron los mejores ba-
combate.
El primer asalto correspondi
a Leal, el segundo result tablas
y de all en adelante Green fu
imponiendo au clase hasta
triunfar en forma ruidosa para
gleses.
quino _
, .x Muoz Camel 28 12 10
El Presidente de la Comisin c Lasheley Camel 21 10
Edward Eagan, que acaba de
NOTA:Solo figuran los quo
CITACIN
Se cita para una reunin ma- regresar de los Primeros Juegos
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.417
.414
.400
.387
.364
.344
.344
tafrA ,1 Hah^a Cuban? contra ana a las sels de la Urde' en DePrt,v0 Pan-Americanos de u ^ m, hlU- AnoU.
izara el Habana Cubans contra redaccln de El Panam Buenos Aires Argentina, dijo , h , e_0 del dU 9
^^%Cr^nfrto r^S' A*ri a los representantes de que la Comisin de Nueva York, cion Juego
g^.Sei?,1n ?ni 522S? vIlM eiutPs de softball de El Pa- no reconocer como campen--------------------------------------
de atrae' 'V'^
de atrae equipo cubana y obedece al, """ .'Voro tratar .....' nr(,,,nt. mea itre Charlev Fu- do ste derrot al campen me-
teadores del Mauricio y Thomp-' obtener el Campeonato.
son y Cole con 4-2 sobresalieron ..
por los de i. Polica. | J ^^STJ^ I T^^T^o JSTSS *-S2J&Z^rtosr
Catedral Autntico
reta en softball ai
Panam-Amrica
El equipo de softball. Catedral; TAMPA, Marzo (UP) Howie
Autmico, por medio de los se- Fox y Ewell Blackwell. parecen
ores "Nando Arango" y "Bach" I ser los dos lanzadores de los
o Mena ha retado a los fuertes Rojos en mejores condiciones,
toleteros de El Panam Amrica i Los Rojos tienen en las prc-
a un juego amistoso que ha de ticas a cinco receptores y 16
celebrarse un da domingo y que lanzadores.
estar a com panado de un Jugo- --------
so sancocho de gallina y un' WEST PAL BEACH, Marzo (U.
"zungo" de 60 litroa. P 'El manager Jimmy Dykes
Los muchachos de Catedral' se encuentra satisfecho con el
se corren un fijo con los "pipo-' progreso de su lanzadores,
nes" de El Panam Amrica y
se preparan para darles una pa-
liza, pero "amanecer y vere-
mos. ..
Este equipo segn nos dijeron
los representantes, estar for-
mado por muchachos de alli mis
mo y tiene el siguiente "Une
up
Cholo Souza p
Chichi Souza Ib.
afael Reyes ss.
Nando Arango 3a.
Bach de Mena )f
Piln Zubleta cf
Willie Newman rf
Baby Melndez 2b.
Charlie Icaza c.
Rico Eatripeaut c.
Leo Nelra p.
Fat Caliendo c.
Baby Malo Ib
Rosendo Diaz c.
Homero De Len u.
El quinteto de los
ci?arrilleros inicia
practicas esta semana
El conjunto i^)rd Chesterfield
campen de basketball Provin-
cial de la primera categora, I
El juego de maana correr a el Gimnasio Nacional. Sammy
cargo de Catedral y Pinocho, Medina, continu triunfando en
partido ste en el cual el Pino- i su regreso al cuadriltero al
cho busca la victoria a fin de! imponerse con la decisin de los
mantener su opcin al a serle' tres Jueces al sustituto Tolen-
flnal y el Catedral tratar de tino Daz. El primer rival de
obtener su primera victoria. Hoy Medina era Luis Thompson, pe-
juegan en el cuadro del instl- ro pes 133 libras, y tuvo que
tuto, ptica Jimnez y Cervece-' ser reemplazado; con todo Diaz
pes 129 libras y Medina 122>/2
libras.
En las otras dos peleas, Vi-
cente Worrel venci por deci-
sin a Black Bill, quien susti-
tuy a Alfonso Perkinson. y Ja-
mes Milton se impuso por deci-
sin a Baby Valentine.
na.
Ciclista colombiano
que realiza raid de
buena voluntad
FRANCISCO VALENCIA ORE-
LLANA, poeta, deportista y
compositor de msica popular,
se encuentra en esta capital
desde hace varios das
De Colombia, su tierra, sali
en un raid ciclista el da 14 de
Social Deportiva
Se encuentra de plcemes hoy
lunes, el conocido ex-utbolis-
ta del" Club Ancn. Salomon
Febrero del ao 1960, pasando i Malea, motivo por el cual le
por las Hermanas Repblicas
del Ecuador, Per, Bolivia, Chi-
le, Argentina, Uruguay, Brasil,
Venezuela, y.de nuevo regres a
Colombia donde lleg el 28 de
Noviembre del mismo ao, el to-
tal del recorrido fu de 19.300
Kmi. En Colombia
enviamos
nes.
nuestras felicitado
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
timo en La Habana.
Trofeo para el ganador
de la Serie
Para esta importantsima se-
rie internacional, hay dos casas
comerciales locales que han ofre-
cido un hermoso trofeo para el
vencedor; igual cosa se har do- <
nado por el primer peridico de
Colombia EL TIEMPO, quien
en los juegos celebrados el ao
pasado obsequi uno y qued
en poder de la tribu criolla.
Cmo se presentarn Los Indios
El "cacique" de Los Indios nos
dl la lista de su equipo, la que
no sufrir reformas, siendo la
mlsjna que tomar parte en el
cuarto campeonato profesional
de bisbol,, que es la siguiente:
Enrique Hernndez, Cipriano He
rrera. Manuel Gmez, Osvaldo
Caate. Manule Pearanda. Ju-
lio I. Florez, Slndulfo Acosta,
Ramn Herazo, Andrs Cabadia,
Armando Crizn, Antonio Fang,
Jos Arajo, Rubn Bonfante,
Pedro Miranda, Carlos Bustos,
Humberto Vargas, Ernesto Re-
relacionados con una Liga de sari y Johnny Bratton.
Softball, inter-diarlos.
El ttulo de Robinson qued del sueo.
alano Jake Lamotta, por lo vi
Los jugadores del equipo RA- dondo Andrs Florez, los cua-
descans DIO BUSH de la Liga Comer- les estarn dirigidos por su pro
hasta el 14 de Febrero de este cial de Softball deben estar pre pletarlo. ______
sentes a la siete en punto en ....... '
el campo de Santa Rita para LIMA, (UP)-Dos figuras del
participar en el partido de esta ftbol peruano, el delantero Va-
noche. Se exige mucha punta- leriano Lopez y el guardavalla:
lidad Rigoberto Felandro, quienes se i
ao fecha en que continu su
recorrido por Centro Amrica.
En el cruce de Brasil a Vene-
zuela, por la selva amaznica,
perdi a sus dos compaeros, el
primero fu triturado por una
no, el otro muri atrapado en
la arena movediza. Actualmen-
te it encuentra en Panam don-
de la prxima semana saldr
LUCHARON EN TODO MOMENTO COMO NOBLES ESGRIMISTAS. ^J^^SSTSl
como en todas sus presentaciones en el exterior, demostraron tambin.gran > _ec';
UsTv coraje en los Primeros Juetos Deportivos Panamericanos que tuvieron '"*'.""-
nos Aires Argentina. En esta vista, tomada en el losar de las acciones, vemos de ****
, derecha, al capitn Luis Tovar. Jorge Quirs, Virgilio de Leon, Salvador Raeines, Capitaa
Pelln Prez, Antonio Raeines y Jorge Medina. __________ _
porada. oue deber comenzar
en los primeros das del mes de
Junio.
Los clgarrilleros contarn este
ao con la misma escuadra de
la pasada temporada o sea Ri-
cardo Santos A, Alfonso Frazer,
Fernando Tom, Cecilio Williams
Tommy Armuelles, Mario Galce-
rn, Enrique Cuadra, Perclval
Quintlne y el novato Jos "Chlm
KOTA: Como se puede ver belo" Prez. Sobre el Director y
los seores "Catedrticos Autn- Representante d< 1 conjunto cl-
ticos" no perdern por falta de garriliero se pondrn de acuerdo
"catchers" porque tiene marca- los Jugadores y Don Carlos Ele-
dos 4 en su nmina y ya eso es t patrocinador del equipo, en
bastante si consideramos r-. ca la reunin que sostendrn en
i todos saben bien al oficio. resta semana.
comenzar en breve sus entre- *B direccin a San Jos de Cos-
namientoa para la prxima tem Rica, y de all a los dems
pases centro americanos hasta
la ciudad de los rascacielos
Nueva York.
Aqu fu atendido per el Al-
calde el Gobernador y la Comi-
sin de Ciclismo de los cuales
anota su agradecimiento. Las
condecoraciones que ilustran la
foto fuer ordadas por los go-
biernes y las ligas de ciclismo
por su brillante labor
CALIFORNIA. Marzo (UP>
El veterano Jardinero Rong Nor-
iiey fu operado de un cartlago
torcido en la pierna izquierda
y estar Inactivo por diez das.
Nueva proteccin
Nueva suavidad
Nueva fragancia
Atiere Mum carmene un
notable nurcdiente, M-3
que protege de las bacteria
que causan olor. La
nuera Crema Mum et
mis suave... Innocua
para ia piel y las telas.
Su nueva fragancia le
encantar 1
rucro amiTOi-ira
tAfUBVQ'ctoMa U& MUM
m
protege
mas...
'1
as
Tamo mafia. M-.1 no slo detiene, tambiin impide
el deaarrollo .le bacterias que causan olor. En
realidad al usar la nueva Mum usted multiplica
I. protecci.'.n de su personalidad. Obtenga la nuava
UemaMLM boj mismo!


r' 'NA OCHO
El, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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LOS NUEVOS EDIFICIOS DEL ARTES Y OFIC IOS. Estos son
cios de la Escuela de Artes y Oficios que estn siendo ocupados.
I antigua escuela a esta otra se realisa con to da actividad.
su viaje por la Amrica del 3r
ha visitado tambin a Ro de
Janeiro, Montevideo y Buenos
Aires.
En Santiago hizo visitas al
Presidente Gonzlez Videla y
a otros altos funcionarios. Fu
agasajado por el Embajador
Claude G. Bowers con un al-
muerzo al cual asistieron es
delegados a la reunin del Con-
sejo Econmico y Social. Pre-
senci una sesin del Conse'o
Econmico y Social, como ob-
servador.
los nuevos y modernos edlfi-
Ei traslado de los enseres de
Ya se estn haciendo plants
para una nueva programacin
en la RED PANAMERICANA y
tenemos noticia? que todo su
equipo ser renovado comple-
tamente. Esta primicia alegra-
r muchsimo a los muchos
admiradores que ao tras ao
han seguido a la RED PAN-
AMERICANA, siendo en todo
momento y la favorita del pu-
blico panameo.
Es posible que dentro de po-
co la riKD PANAMERICANA
brinde a sus oyentes una ra-
dio-novela de gran renombre.
Un elenco de primera llevar
la responsabilidad de estas
transmisiones. Por su trama y
por sus intrpretes estamos se-
guros que ser la preferida del
pblico panameo.
Ramn Levy se est desta-
cando como un actor de carc-
ter, lo hemos escuchado varias
veces y el muchacho nos pa-
rece de buena fibra, y con do-
minio a cualquiera situacin
que se presente. Lo mismo po-
demos decir de la simpatiqu-
sima Anoland Daz, quien lti-
mamente ha adelantado mu-
chsimo y hoy se est colocan--
do en sitio de preferencia de
los oyentes.
Lincoln del Pino, director:
. No nos sorprende, ya estamos
acostumbrados a las sorpresas
de este joven. Dirigiendo el
"Caballero Varona" de los ci-
garrillos Camels est magnifi-
co y hace gala de experiencia
llevando por feliz sendero la
trama de la comedia. Como
primer actor est muy bien, ya
que el papel de Caballero, se
adapta maravillosamente a su
temperamento.
Juan A. Thibault y sus mu-
chachos; hemos visto los en-
sayos de Don Juan, y fran-
camente os 8orpredi, todos
trabajan en la mayor cordiali-
dad y le quieren y obedecen
sin aquella tirantez que a me-
nudo existe entre el director
y actor. Verdadera camarade-
ra entre Thibault y el perso-
nal de comedias que es bene-
ficioso calmando los nervios a
los actores nuevos.
olllta Surez; act ra de ca-
rcter. Zolllta es un elemen-
to til para el cuadro de co-
medias d' don Juan A. Thi-
bault y siempre lleva sus pa-
peles con maestra y serenidad
haciendo de cada interpreta-
cin suya, una nueva creacin.
Felicitamos a nuestra buena
compaera Zollita y le desea-
mos muchos ms xitos en- las
comedias venideras.
MAL
HUMOR
til V. norvleset
{Irritable? Intencei
ameba mbi.nd. pe POSTUMI
Lot ltimo descubrimiento*
cicntificoi revelan que, en ma-
chas personal, la cafena del Cali
y del te tiende a producirles ner-
viosismo, asi como desvelo Si Ud.
cat sufriendo de estos trastornos
ruga esta prueba. Deie el cafe y
el t y ome POSTUM durante
JO dias (uzgue poi los resulta-
dos Pida POSTUM hoy misino
aa su establecimiento favorito.
El comunismo se
desvanece en la
Europa, se afirma
WASHINGTON. Marzo 12.
(USIS). Un funcionarlo del
Departamento de Estado, quien
tiene a su i cargo los asuntos
de Europa Occidental, cita ci-
fras que demuestran que "la
fuerza del comunismo en Eu-
ropa Occidental se est desva-
neciendo".
Homer M. Byington Jr., di-
rector de la oficina de asun-
tos de Europa Occidental del
Departamento, hizo esta ase-
veracin en un discurso pro-
nunciado por televisin el do-
mingo. Dijo:
"Los adeptos de Stalln estn
perdiendo terreno a pesar de
sus tcticas de promesas des-
lumbrantes y de sus jactan-
cias de poderlo, amenazas y
presin de todas clases".
He aqu las cifras que cita
Byington sobre el nmero de
miembros del partido comunis-
ta en diversos paises europeos,
con el porcentaje de dismi-
nucin desde 1946:
Austria. 100,000, reduccin
34%; Blgica, 35,000, reduccin
de 65%; Dinamarca, 22,500.
descenso del 63%: Francia,
600,000, baja del 30%; Italia,
1,600,000, disminucin del 31%;
Luxemburgo, 500, rebaja del
84; Holanda, 33,000! reduccin
del 34%; Suecla, 33,000, dis-
minucin del 45%; Reino Uni-
do, 40,000, rebaja del 34%; Ale-
mania Occidental 200,000 dis-
minucin del 34%.
Miller sali para
Lima en viaje de
regreso a EE. UU.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE. Mar-
zo 12 (USIS) La reunin del
Consejo Econmico y Social rtt
las Naciones Unidas en esta
capital est sirviendo al im-
portante propsito de lnoriVidr
a los delegados sobre "la fuer-
te necesidad de expansin eco-
nmica en los paises de Ame-
rica", declar el Secretarlo de
Estado Auxiliar de los Estados
Unidos, Edward G. Miller Jr.,
quien ha permanecido varios
dias aqu
Miller sall en avin hacia
Lima ayer, en su viaje de re-
greso a Washington. Durante
QSUL^j^h
JUEVES!
Un drama que har meditar
en la incomprensin
de algunos padres!
TENA QUE SUFRIR
MILTORTURAS
PARA VER
FELIZ A
SU MAM
ELDORADO
HOY!
BARRIO DE
PERDICIN
ARTURO DE CORDOBA
VIRGINIA LUQUE

El xito de la Semanal
JUEVES
MIROSLAVA
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
- y -
CHE REYES
- en -
UNA PELCULA LOCA!
LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA
VALERIE MISQN
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MAMBO MACABRO!
ELLA, la muerte, es divina, y
se enamora perdidamente,
mientras el pblico
muere de risa!
Una pelcula que alarga 13
aos la vida de los que la
ven!... Gnese Ud. ese pre-
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en
EL PLACER DE
LA VENGANZA
MAANA!
ESTRENO ESPECIAL!
UN SOLO DA! '
Las ms extraas aventuras
en una pelcula extraordi-
naria! ..
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Estreno de Fin de Semana!
MILLONES LO HAN ODO...
AHORA VEA TODA LA SAL-
VAJE, BRUTAL EMOCIN
DE
EL GRITO
AHOGADO
Aire-Acondicionado
ULTIMO DA!
MARGA LOPEZ
VICTOR JUNCO
GUILLERMINA GRIN
- en
UNA MUJER
Sin DESTINO
Martes y Mircoles!
Un espectculo sin Igual!
31 desea encontrarse a si
mismo, vea
EL MILAGRO
DE FATIMA
La pelcula que es una ple-
garia, que es loor al Seor
y a su Madre, y es reconfor-
tante acto de FE!
JUEVES!
ROSITA
ARENAS
La Reina de la Primavera
de 1950. debuta en la extra-
ordinaria pelcula cmica-
musical!...
ANACLETO
se DIVORCIA
- con -
CARLOS ORELLANA
RITA MONTAN ER
y actuaciones especiales de
BOBBY CAPO
AVELINO MUOZ
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin l#tml" \
Es Barato y Efectivo
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EL GINE
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DAR AL
TAN
PERFECTO!
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ULTIMO HOMBRE
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en una pelcula extraordinaria I
SABU Valeria HOMON Barata* HUMP, a
' "LA LLAMARADA"
'. .. ____ EN TECNICOLOR!
LUX y CECILIA
:. :4 -*:U 8:5* p.m.
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO I
CORAJE!... SANGRE!..
Y GLORIA I...
El drama ms tremendo que broto
de la guerra... La pelcula para
superar todas las de su gnero!
RICHARD VnDMARK, aa
"HASTA EL ULTIMO i
HOMBRE"
(Halla of Montesino)
________EN TECNICOLOR!______

CENTRAL
lt.SS, 2:21. 4:35. :45. 8:57 p.r
lune HAVER Gordon MacRAE
- en -
"Meloda del Corazn"
_EN TECNICOLOR!

VARIEDADES
1:3* 3:55 S:2 -8:5 p.m.
Un problema
sentimental slD
paralelo!
MARGA
LOPEZ
vicrOR
JUNCO
GUILLERMINA
GRIN
- en -
'Una Mujer sin Destino'
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionada
Sensacional Doble Programa!
Joseph Cotten Linda Darnell
Jcfi Chandler Comel Wllde
- n -
"LA FURIA DE LOS
VALIENTES"
- Ademas: -
Paul Douglas 1*an ***eri, *"
Mt AdordoGn|5tfr
TEATRO TIVOLI
Colosal Doble en Espaol!
Femando Fernandei Meche
Barba, en
-si aro ruERA una
CUALQUIERA"
Chanto Granados, en
"INMACULADA" ___
TEATRO IRIS
^MAR^UANA
. Ademas: -
David Silva Charlto
Granados, en
ESPOSO O AMANTE"
EN
PRESIDENTE
Apasionante!-. Humana!
Llana da realismo!...
ANA MARISCAL, en
"La Vida Encadenada
xito del Cine Espaol I
ii
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Dobla Programa I
ABBOTT y C03TRLLO
en la desternillante comadla I
'Xa Lefln Extranjera"
- Ademas: -
Mara Montea John Hall
Sab. en
"LAS MIL Y UNA NOCHES"
_________En Tecnicolor!__________
TEATRO EDISON
Randolph Scott..- Ruth
Roman, an
"COLT .tt"
En Tecnicolor!
Adema*: David Brian, an .
"EL LADRN FANTASMA
CINE HISPANO
UN ESTUPENDO DOBLE I
"ULTRAJE EN ORIENTE"
- y -
"ENEMIGOS SECRETOS"
VICTORIA
Bailes! Canciones!
Mr Antonleta Pona, en
"PIA MADURA"
- Ademas: -
PACIFICO
Barry Fltigerald, en
"LA CIUDAD
DESNUDA'
- Adema: -
Joan Fontaine, en
seamos rrxicEtr
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO!
Brbara Britton, en
SOR CLOTILDE"
Joel McCres. an
"UNA NACIN EN
ROOSEVELT
"EL PADRE DE LA
NOVIA"
. Adems:
"EN LAS REDES
DEL AMOR"
APOLO
-Al
MAANAI
"Aagal a Deaaanta"
'Vaca* i
IDEAL
Van Johnson, an
"CARAVANA DE
VALIENTES"
Adems -
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