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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INDEPENDENT^/
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA. R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1951
FIVE CENTS
South Korean Flag Flies Again Over Seoul
Hoover Urges GOP Override 'Infantry' Minds
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP) Ex-presi-
dent Herbert Hoover in a secret meeting with key
House and Senate Republicans in a hotel dining
room last night challenged Congressional Repub-
licans to override "infantry generals" and fight to
the end against sending United States troops into
the Atlantic Pact army.
He said in due time the troops-tor-Europe pro-*
ject could be defeated in Congress. He warned that
sending United States divisions into the interna-
tional pact army would be an unwarranted risk
which might lead to global war and the end of civi-
lization.
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Hotel attendants stuffed the
transoms of the meeting room
with rags to prevent his remarks
being overheard. I
Amid applause Hoover said. |
"The time has'come for civilian.
control of the armed forces of the
United 8tates.
"At the moment the now-con-
templated four additional dlvl-;
slons are sent abroad the military
will want to send every division
they can lay their hands on.'
Hoover said "infantry generals
lack the kind of mind that can
weight strategic and political
factors. He said President Harry
8 Truman claimed powers which
Republican presl dents Horn
Abraham Lincoln to himself had
never dreamed of.
The 8enate Foreign Relations
and Armed Services committees
yesterday approved sending four
more United States divisions to
Europe but demanded Congress-
ional approval before aw add-
itional troops are sent. The floor
debate starts tomorrow.
Senator Robert A. Tait Is
ready to offer legislation requir-
ing Mr. Truman to submit to
Congress a hard "contract" co-
vering the number of troops
which the United States and
other Atlantic Pact allies would
send to General DwlghtD. Eisen-
hower's command.
Panama Youth, 16
Formally Charged
With Madden Theft
A 18-year-old Panamanian
boy today was charged formally
with the recent burglary of the
Madden Dam commissary.
The boy, Carlos Antonio Stew-
art, was arrested yesterday af-
ternoon near the Pacific Club-
house In Ancon. He Is being held
under $500 ball pending preli-
minary hearing In the Balboa
Magistrate's Court, the hearing
now being set for Friday morn-
ing.
The complaint against young
Stewart was signed by Pearl E.
Ford, manager of the commis-
sary. The building was entered
between midnight March 5 and
four a. m. the following day.
Stolen goods included milk, ci-
garettes, shoes, pens and pen-
cils.
Pacific Civil Council
Meets At JWB Tonight
The Pacific Civic Council will
hold its regular monthly meeting
at the Jewish Welfare Center on
La Boca Road at 7:30 tonlghi.
Senator McCarthy
Opens New Attack
On Dept. Of State
WASHINGTON. Mar. 14 (UP)
Senator Joseph R. McCarthy
In a speech prepared for Senate
delivery opened a new attack
today on United States State
Department policies.
He said the Department, ei-
ther through "treachery or in-
competence" is handing over the
Fir East and Europe to Russia.
He also said that If General
Dwight D. Eisenhower "isn't
careful he's going to be taken
lor an awful ride... by the
same crowd that has tied Gen-
eral. Douglas MacArthur's hands
in the East. He cannot cope
with unprin cl p 1 e d, crooked,
clever diplomats."
He said President Harry S.
Truman's orders for the neu-
tralization of Formosa by Unit-
ed States naval forces had pre-
vented Chinese Natlona lists
from attacking Chinese Commu-
nists In Korea and China. "The
order bears the very bloody fin-
gerprints if you please of
Communist treason."
McCarthy proposed arming
Spain, Western Germany. Japan,
Nationalist China, aiding anti-
Communists behind the Iron
Curtain, allowing Chiang Kai-
shek's troops to fight in Korea,
and planning a "real" defense
of Western Europe.
He denounced what he said
was the present "phony plan-
ning" for Europe by those "who
know not what they say or...
traitors planning phoney de-
fense."
He made It clear he believes
the security of the United States
depends upon the United States
preventing the Russians from
accomplishing what he called
the Soviet Union's next two ob-
jectives the conquest of Jap-
an and Western Europe.
Harry's Hat
KEY WEST, Fla., March 14
(UP). President Harry Tru-
man, the hat-fancying ex-
haberdasher, broke out a new
headgear today a floppy
cotton cap with blue wedges on
a white crown and a white
visor.
Reporters caught a glimpse
of the ne-v creation as the
President drove by press head-
quarters returning from the
beach.
300 Held In Barcelona
After Workers' Riots
BARCELONA, March 14 (UP).
Police today pushed investiga-
tion of Monday's cost of living
riot* with new arrests bringing
the total to at least 300 In Bar-
celona and surrounding towns.
Scores of workers were arrest-
led during the night by police who
iwooped on the homes of persons
jelleved to have been leading
'agitators" in the riots which left
i toll of at least three dead and
any Injured.
While the city's business life
and transport returned to nor-
il armed police, civil guards,
and marines landed from war-
ships patrolled this major sea-
port and its environs.
Some workers are still on strike
orotestlng the arrest of their fel-
low 'workers. There were 300,000
jut on Monday.
City officials today feared Sa-
turday would see a repetition of
Monday's riots. Saturday is pay-
lay, and the Barcelano office of
be Labor Ministry has ordered
all industrial plants to withhold
pay for the days on which work-
ers were on strike this week.
The Ministry also ordered the
dismissal of all employes arrest-
ed in the police "roundup, but it
was believed this only applied to
those still held after police ques-
tioning.
Informed quarters speculated
that the order about withhold-
ing pay was only Intended to
force workers back to their jobs.
They thought If all was normal
by Saturday officials would not
risk new outbreaks by withhold-
ing pay.
The Labor Ministry note also
asked all employers to name
"agitators" who organised and
led the strikes and riots.
The Government has charged
that the demonstration, which
paralyzed the city's entire com-
mercial and industrial life, were
Communist Inspired from outside
Spain.
Remon And Poveda Deny Rumors Of
Impending Clash Of Police Forces
Panama's two police chiefs to-
day discarded the rumored pro-
bability of any clash between the
Secret and National Police Forc-
es.
In special statements issued to
the press this morning. Secret
Police Head Juan de Dios Poveda
and National Police Chief Col.
Jos Antonio Remon both denied
any differences between their re-
spective departments which could
lead to violence.
Poveda termed a report pub-
lished in the Spanlshrlanguage
daily "La Hora," concerning a
possible clash, "false, absolutely
false." He blamed enemies of the
present administration for trying
to create antagonism between
the two police forces.
Remon also denied the "La Ho-
ra" story and said the National
police always have and would
continue to guarantee "the se-
curity and tranquillty" of the
nation.
Rumors of an Imminent break
Chinese Farmers Riot
Against Red Rulers;
Seize Arms Stores
HONG KONG, March-M (UP).
Hungry farmers armed with
hoes and scythes have seized
arms stores and staged food riots
In revolt against Communist rule
in South China, according to in-
dependent Chinese reports re-
ceived here today.
Pro-Nationalist sources on For-
mosa indicated revolt is growing
steadily. They estimated 200,000
guerrillas are active in Kwang-
tung and Kwangsl provinces, and
a total of 1,500,000 throughout
China.
The independent reports said
that in the Kongmoon district,
adjacent to the Portuguese co-
lony of Macao, a group of far-
mers ambushed a Communist
Junk and seized 200 rifles, 30
pistols, and 6,000 rounds of am-
munition.
The reports said more than 80
Communist soldiers were killed
and five highway bridges destroy-
ed in recent ambushed by armed
guerrillas in eastern Kwangtung
province.
In one more than 100 guerrillas
attacked a Communist outpost
wounded 40 militiamen, and seiz-
ed two machlneguns and 50 rifles.
In another guerrillas broke up a
meeting of local Communist of-
ficials discussion land reform.
They killed 11 and wounded 14.
On Hainan Island 50 farmers
and 10 militiamen were killed or
wounded in a foot riot. It was
touched off by a Communist or-
der for the seizure of half the
island's rice crop, which was only
60 per cent of normal due to
typhoon damage last Nov.
between Panama's two police
forces started circulating yester-
day after an incident which In-
volved both. At noon, yesterday,
Mario and Homero Velasquez, the
two brothers recently released
from jail, were broadcasting at
the Miramar Radio Station on
Tivoll Avenue. When a group of
plainclo'thesmen from the 8ecret
Police entered the station, the
two brothers, members of the
newly-formed opposition group
Partido Revolucionarlo Indepen-
diente (PRI), immediately
broadcast a call for aid to the Na-
tional Police.
This group then sent two squad
cars to the radio station with in-
structions to prevent any vio-
lence.
On their arrival the Secret Po-
lice left the station. No Incident
took place.
Poveda later said his men weru
merely searching for PRI mem-
ber talo Zappl, for whom a war-
rant of arrest had been Issued.
Early today Zappl was still at
large.
CZ Police Ball
Reservations
Close Tomorrow
Reservations for tables for the
13th annual ball to be given Fri-
day night at the Union Club by
the Canal Zone Police Associa-
tion will close at 4 p.m. tomor-
row.
Taxi service will be provided
from the parking lot at the Civil
Affairs building to the Union
Club, and return. The service will
be operated by Kenneth Rich-
ards. Fare will be 30 cents each
way per person.
Two orchestras will provide
music for dancing: Pascual Ul-
loa's Union Club orchestra and
Hugh Howard's orchestra. An
elaborate floor show has been
arranged.
Party Blocs Dicker
On UMT, Ceilings,
Troops For Europe
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)
The House Armed Services
Committee agreed today to let as
few as 110 House members or 25
Senators kill Universal Military
Training as Democrats sought to
remove a 4,000,000 man celling
on VS. armed strength.
The committee rejected 21 to
14 a Republican attempt to
amend Its. 18 y2 year old draft bill
by barring further troops ship-
ments to Europe without ad-
vance approval of Congress. In
addition to lowering the draft
age from 19, the measure would
Increase the draft term from 21
to 26 months."
The troops "rider," offered by
Rep. Harry L. Towe, R., N.J., pro-
bably will be offered again when
the draft bill reaches the house
floor. House Speaker Sam Ray-
burn has predicted it will be de-
feated.
The committee failed to com-
plete action on the modified ad-
ministration draft bill. Southern
Democratic members probably
will try to add a segregation
clause tomorrow.
Machinery for setting up a per-
manent UMT prograrn after the
current emergency was approv-
ed, but with an amendment un-
der which*a simple majority of
either House could block the pro-
gram.
This could be done by reject-
ing training plans which a five-
i man training commission would
! be required to send Congress.
Either House could veto the plans
within a 60-day period.
Admiral Bledsoe
Flies To Lima
For Brief Visit
Rear Admiral A. M. Bledsoe,
commandant of the 15th Naval
District, left this morning by
military transport plane for a
brief visit to Lima. His pilot was
Lt. Commander L. B. Jennings,
Naval District air officer.
The admiral will return Sat-
urday. During his absence from
the Isthmus Capt. George D.
Lyon, chief of staff, is acting
commandant.
v
Training Vessel
'Charleston' Due
With 240 Aboard
The Massachusetts Maritime
Acauemy Ship Charleston, will
arrive at Coco Solo tomorrow with
approximately 195 Midshipmen
and Nautical Cadets. 25 crew-
men and 20 officers aboard.
The Charleston departed La-
Gualra, Venezuela, on March 12
after a four-day visit to that
port. She will lay over In the Ca -
nal Zone until Monday, before
standing out for Trujlllo, Domin-
ican Republic, the last scheduled
foreign port on the cruise.
The facilities of the VS. Naval
Station at Coco Solo will be at the
disposal of the cadets, midship-
men and crew.
The Superintendent of the A-
cademy, Rear Admiral Julian O.
Wilson. U8N (Ret), is the senior
officer aboard the Charleston
which Is under the command of
Commander J. W. Thompson,
USMS.
Nationalists Hear
Mao Tze Tung Is
III In Peiping
TAIPEI, Formosa, March 14
(UP). Mao Tie Tung is se-
riously ill in Peiping, the 'Mil-
itary Information Service here
reported today.
The service reported a num-
ber of high officials in Can-
ton have been summoned to
Peiping for an important con-
ference.
Elliott, Minnewa
To Wed Tomorrow.
Honeymoon In Cuba
MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. March 14
(UP) The wintertime romance
of Elliott Roosevelt and his now-
divorced heiress, Mrs. Minnewa
Bell Ross, will culminate In a
private wedding here tomorrow
and a honeymoon in Cuba.
Roosevelt announced the
couple's plans today.
They were Just "old friends"
while the 39-year-old Mrs. Ross
waited for attorneys to smooth
out a quick divorce from Dr. Rex
L. Ross, Jr., Santa Monica, Cal.,
surgeon. She got it,In Key West
yesterday. And she and Elliott
applied for a marriage license a
few hours later in the fishing vil-
lage of Everglades.
Roosevelt said their wedding
would be a "completely private"
ceremony conducted by Circuit
Judge George E. Holt at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday in Mrs. Ross' rented
mansion on Sunset Island.
It will be the fourth marriage
for both.
Elliott named his brother, John
Roosevelt, as best man. John and
his wife, Ann, will accompany
the newly-weds on their honey-
moon to ritzy Varadero Beach,
near Havana.
The second son of the late Pres-
ident said he and his bride would
spend three days in Cuba and
return to Miami Beach. They
want to settle down in the Flo-
rida keys, where Elliott Is buying
four pieces of property, and run
a motel business.
James A. Farley
Due Here Tonight
For Day's Stop
James A. Farley, chairman of
the board of the CocaCola Ex-
port Corporation, formerly U. S.
postmaster general and a pro-
minent Democrat, Is arriving
here tonight via PAA from Mia-
mi. He is accompanied by his
wife.
As an official of the Coca Co-
la Corporation he makes a trip
annually to Latin America. He
was here last In mid-April, 1950.
On his present trip, he will
leave Panama tomorrow night
for Lima where he will spend
three days. From there he goes
to Santiago, Chile, and thence
to Buenos AJres.
Balboa Tides
High Low
S:3 a.m. 11.6 ft. X:M a.m. 2.1 ft.
1:50 p.m. 11.9 ft. 2:57 p.m. 4.0 ft.
Arango May Go To
U.S. Hospital For
Medical Treatment
A. G. Arango, chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Pana-
ma Trust Company, confirmed
today thta he has booked pas-
sage on the 8.8. Cristobal which
sails from Cristobal for New
York on Friday.
Arango said, however, that In
view of the present bank crisis
lt was not certain that he could
make the trip.
He had made the booking
some time ago, he told The Pa-
nama American, because of the
necessity for him undergoing
medical treatment at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania Hospital.
Arango, who has been ailing
for some time, said he is now
under care of Dr. Frank Ray-
mond of the Panama Hospital
staff and that a decision on his
sailing would be up to his phy-
sician.
"It all depends on how I feel
later this week," he said, "but
I hope I'll be able to stay."
Atlantic Sider Held
For Trial On Charge
Of Attempted Rape
CRISTOBAL. Mar. 14.Alex-
ander H. Michaud. 23, American,
was held yesterday afternoon
for District Court trlall after
probable cause was found a-
galnst him on a charge of as-
sault with attempt to commit
rape. Ball was continued at $1,-
000.
Taking the stand against him
in Magistrate's Court here was
the complainant in the case, an
American woman living on the
Pacific Side.
She testified that she had met
Michaud at the Monaco Garden
the evening of March 7. They
left In Michaud's car and she
fell asleep, wakening only when
the car started down a rough
road which she later learned
was near the France Field resi-
dential area.
She declared that Michaud
began to force his attentions on
her in the car and that when
she got out of the automobile he
followed her. She said that she
had screamed repeatedly until
help arrived.
A statement made by Michaud
to police when he was inter-
viewed during the Investigation
was reported to the court by Po-
lice Lt. Gaddis Wall.
No Shot Fired
As UN Troops
Retake Capital
TOKYO, March 14 (UP) Troops of the South Ko-
rean 1st Division entered Seoul today without firing a shot
and raised the flag of the Korean Republic over the
Capitol.
The Communists apparently abandoned the thrice-
captured Korean capital to advancing United Nations
troops. The Red flight from the embattled city came three
days after Communist resistance suddenly collapsed all
along the Korean battlefront.
Seoul first fell to the Reds on the fourth day of the
war. United States Marines and 7th Division infantrymen
retook it Sept. 28 after days of bitter street fighting. The
Chinese took it from the Allies Jan. 4.
Changes Made In
CZ Pardon Board
After Resignations
Several changes have been
made in the membership of the
Pardon Board as a result of re-
signations and retirements of
personnel who have served on
the Board.
Dr. Lawrence Johnson, who
has served as general alternate
on the Pardon Board, has been
appointed a member to fill the
vacancy created by the retire-
ment of E. A. Erbe. A. C. Med-
lnger will serve as general al-
ternate In Dr. Johnson's place.
Dr. George E. Hesner has been
namel alternate for Major Gen-
eral George W. Rice to fill the
vacancy on the Pardon Board
created by the resignation of Dr.
K. O. Courtney.
F. G. Dunsmoor has been ap-
pointed general alternate on the
Board to fill the vacancy creat-
ed by the resignation of W. R.
rounsavllle.
Elder Statesman
Vandenberg Said
To Be Near Death
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March
14 (UP) Sen. Arthur H. Van-
denberg, Republican champion of
international cooperation, lay
near death tonight and a mem-
ber of his family said it would
take a "miracle" to save him.
The family member, who wish-
ed to remain anonymous, said
the Senator and world statesman
was gravely ill, adding "only a
miracle will save him."
Dr, A. B. Smith, the Senator's
personal physician, had said that
"unless a favorable change oc-
curs soon," his condition "must
be considered grave."
The 88-year old senior Senator
from Michigan suffered a relapse
two weeks ago while convalescing
from a series of lung and spine
operations begun in 1949.
His three children a son and
two daughters maintained
constant vigil. Shades were pull-
ed and only the coming and go-
ing of doctors and nurses marred
the quiet outside the Vandenberg
home.
Colon Prisoner
Attempts Hanging
COLOr, March 14 Jos Mi-
guel Bogles Vives, yesterday un-
successfully attempted to hang
himself in the Colon Jail.
Coln police were still inves-
tigating the prisoner's motives,
since he was still in too serious a
conditions to make a statement.
He had been in prison for two
days.
Vives has a long police record,
and at one time had been sent to
the hospital for the mentally ill
at Matas Hernndez for examin-
ation.
Allied forces have been be-
leaguering Seoul for more than a
month but have made no attempt
to storm the city as its possession
was considered of no tactical or
strategical Importance.
United Nations troops tools
Yoncdongpo, Seoul's industrial
suburb, the harbor town of In-
chon and Klmpo airfield Feb. 10.
Since then they have kept opa
passive siege from the south
banks of the Han River, sending
occasional reconnaissance across
to feel out Red strength and dis-
positions.
The United Nations command
has clamped a security blackout
on details of allied gains all a-
cross the 140-mile Korean pen-
insula. It probably will remain !n
force till the Allies catch up with
the retreating Chinese and Nonh
Koreans.
Front line United States troops)
and officers are mystified by the
Communists' sudden abandon-
ment of almost impregnable
mountain defenses that co u 1 d
have held up the 8th Army inde-
finitely.
An 8th Army communique
summed up the situation:
Western front "Light enemy
contact"; Central front "Little-1
or no enemy opposition"; Ease
cential front "No significant
enemy activity."
Only two encounters wli
(Continued on Page i, CoL 1)
Reserve Officers Will
Meet at El Panama Hotel
The first Joint meeting of the
current season for the Paclfio
Side Reserve Officers Associa-1
tion will be held at the Bella
Vista Roof of the Hotel "El Pana-
m" tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., it
was announced by President Carl
Browne of ihe Leo A. Mclntlre
Chapter.
All reserve Officers, their wives
and guests are cordially invited
to attend this non-b u s i n e s a
meeting.
Puerto Rican Who
LeftCZ In August
Wounded In Korea
WASHINGTON. March 14,
(UP) 1st Lt. Gilberts Marti-
nez Sandin, husbani. of Mrs.
Hilda de Martines-Sandin, for-
merly of Ft. Kobbe, C.Z. was to-
day reported by the Defense
Department as wounded with
the United sutes forces In
Korea.
(He left the Canal Zone last
August and bis wife has re-
turned to Puerto Rico, a local
Army source said.)
Gorgas Memorial Staff Men
To Hunt Monkeys in Mexico
Two American and three Pa-
namanian members of the staff
of Gorgas Memorial Laboratory
will liave by Pan American Air-
ways next Tuesday night for re-
mote areas of Mexico to secure
specimens of the blood of elder-
ly monkeys for analysis in the
laboratory's current survey of
yellow-fever foccl in wild-life.
Extension of the survey to two
and perhaps three Jungle
areas of Mxico is being made
at the request of the Pan Am-
erican Sanitary Bureau, Dr. Her-
bert Clark, director of the lab-
oratory, said today. The Smith-
sonian Institution and the
World Health Organization of
the United Nations will also ben-
efit from the specimens to be
collected.
Dr. Clark, who will head the
expedition, said that the survey
is for scientific purposes only,
and that no cases of yellow fev-
er in human beings have been
reported in the areas since 1934.
He will be accompanied by
Dr. Graham Bell Falrchild. med-
ical entomologist for the labor-
atory, and by Ratibor Hartman.
Enrique Van Horn and Alleser
Delgado, who have been trained
In Panam for field work.
Hartman and Van Horn
/
armed with 12-gauge, double-
barreled shotguns will handle
the actual shooting of the ani-
mals. The blood will be sent
back to Panam, and to Bogot
for analysis. What the Pan Am-
erican Sanitary Bureau wants
to know is whether the older
monkeys in these areas have
ever had yellow fever. The
younger animals show no trace
of it.
Between 700 and 750 pounds
of equipmentfood, laboratory,
utensils, camp supplies, repel-
lants and insect nets will be
flown to Tapachula, Mexico a-
long with the survey party. From
there, the group will proceed
via a local airline to a point in
the mid-basin of the Usumacln-
pa River along the Guatemala
border.
The second site Is far to the
east, near Chetumal, between
Yucatn and British Honduras.
A third, near Tamplco, may be
Included.
How long the party will re-
main in the Jungles will depend
entirely on how successful they
are in getting specimens. Dr.
Clark said. If the animals are
plentiful, they hope to complete
the mission within two or three
weeks, before heavy rains are
likely.


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EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Pansgnger Berths)______________
TO EUROPE: ........... March 23
S.S. AtjenUn ................................ ......... March 23
S.S. Trun .............................................._____________
TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE: h a
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TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST USA.: \
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TO FRENCH WEST INDIES (Martinique A Guadeloupe): ^^ n
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PASSENGER SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
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S.S. He De France ....................................... Aprlj 4
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GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
a ft "ftANTA CECILIA" .... Due Cristobal, March 21st
tt-SAKTA mS^ttk^W.Sm Cristobal, March 28th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
h "banta IUISA" ....Sails Cristbal. March 19th
If. ANTA ISABEL" ::...::.. Sails Cristobal, March 28th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL .
! MV. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ...Due Balboa. March 16th
MV. "ANCHOR HITCH" ..........Due Balboa, March 18th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
MV. "ANCHOR HITCH" ........Sails Cristbal, March 20th
BALBOA ONLY
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristobal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0556 0551 Balboa 1507 2159
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To New York M ,., .
Effective tomorrow, British
Overseas Airways will introduce
a special round-trip excusin
fare between Nassau and New
York, valid for 30 days. The spe-
cial fare will be $125. The ser-
vice Is operated by double decked
Stratocruisers.
BOAC already has In operation
a special 90-day round trip ex-
cursion fare between Panama
and Nassau for $115.
Grace Line s, .
Peter Grace, young president of
Grace 4c Co. is arriving here late
Friday afternoon by Panagra
from Santiago. He is en route to
New York after attending ses-
sions of the United Nations Coun-
cil In Santiago, Chile.
Grace will stay overnight at
the Hotel El Panama, leaving
Saturday to continue on to New
York.
Fast One
Aided by tail winds. Panagra s
El Interamerlcano recentlv set a
new speed record from Buenos
Aires to Santiago, Chile. The big
DC-6 covered the 899 mile
distance across the Andes In two
hours, 33 minutes. Scheduled
time Is three hours, 10 minutes.
Merchant Fleet
The privately-owned and oper-
ated American merchant fleet
increased by 47 ships of 511.000
dwt. during February, bringing
the total of such vessels to 1549
of 14,844,000 dwt. by March 1.
National Federation of American
Shipping reported today.
In Its monthly report on the
status of the American merchant
fleet, the Federation stated that
during February a total of 50 dry
cargo vessels were transferred, by
sale from the Maritime Admin-
istration to private operators.
However, one average tanker and
two dry cargo ships were removed
from U. 8. documentation, re-
sulting In the net addition of 47
ships.
The Federation said that as of
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P.M.
3:30Music foe Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THE AIR
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4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00MANDRAKE THE MAOI-
CIAN
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Orean Reverles
7:15EDDY ARNOLD SHOW

7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordua
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10:00LONDON STUDIO CON-
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10:30Lea Brown
10:45American Favorites
11:30The Owls Nest
12:00Sign Off
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 15
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry 8ears
9:00NEWS
9:15SACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
March 1. the U. 8. flag privately-
owned fleet totaled 800 dry cargo
and combination ships of 8,147,-
000 dwt., and 449 tankers of 6,-
697,000 dwt.
Vessels scheduled to.continue
In bareboat charter operation
from the Federal Maritime Ad-
ministration Increased from 186
on Feb. 1 to 202 March 1. Total
ships In the National Defense
Reserve Fleet, excluding barges,
tugs, concrete ships, etc., de-
creased during February from
1,952 to 1,891 of which 1,517 are
Liberty and 92 are Victory type
vessels.
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11:05Off the Record (Cont'd.)
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1:15Personality Parade
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2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15It's Time To Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Organ Reveries
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3:30Music For Thursday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15 Negro Spirituals
4:30 What's Your Favorite
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7 00SPIRITOFTHE VIKINGS
7:15VISIONS OF THE
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7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Jam 8esSlon
8:00-NEWS AND SPORTS
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8:30JAM SESSION (VOA)
8:45-STAMP CLUB (VOA)
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It s often difficult to decide
whether or not to bid the oppon-
ent's suit. If you fail to make
such a cue-bid. your partner may
be unable to bid a good slam. If
you do not make the bid, It may
nelp the opponents defend pro-
perly.
In the hand shown today, North
felt he had to bid clubs in order
to give South the right amount
of encouragement. North could
hardly bid the slam all by him-
self, and it would be difficult for
South to bid the slam if he feared
the loss of one or two club trete.
At all events, the bidding help-
ed West to select the best open-
ing lead. He led a trump to reduce
dummy's ruffing power.
EaU won the first trick with
the ace of diamonds and return-
ed a trump. This left dummy
with only one trump, so South
could count on ruffing only one
club.
South could expect to discard
the second of his three clubs on
dummy's extra high heart. The
third losing club would have to be
discarded on a long spade or on a
long heart. The burning question
I was: Which of the two suits could
be established?
After some thought, South saw
that it would be a poor play to try
the hearts first. If the hearts
failed, he would then be unable
to develop spades, since dummy
would not have enough entries to
cope with a 4-2 spade break.
However, If he tried the spades
first and lound out that the
spades did not break, he would
still be able to go after the hearts.
In other words, 8outh could try
lor both suits If he began with
the spades; but he could try for
only one suit if he started with
the hearts.
As It happened, the spades
broke quite satisfactorily. When
both the opponents followed on
the king and ace of spades. South
was home. He continued by -ul
flng n spede. ran three rounds of
hearts, ruffed another spade and
then got back to dummy with a
club ruff to cash the last spade.
The slam contract was thus ful-
filled .
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
DUNN, Beecham Franklin. SO,
of Gamboa, to BENITEZ, Agrlpl-
na. 25. of colon.
HINKSON. James Alphonso. 58,
of Paraso, to BECKFORD. Aga-
tha Greenidge, 38, of Paraso.
GRINNELL. Theodore Alton.
33. of Fort Clayton, formerly of
Laingsburg, Mich., to BLACK-
MAN. Evla Lee. 37, of Fort Clay-
ton, formerly of Houston. Texas.
ROUNES. Ted Thomas, 26. of
Fort Clayton, formerly of Akron,
O. to HERNANDEZ. Gloria Ali-
cia. 21. of Panama City.
HALL. William Spence, 23. ot
Cristobal, to WEBB. Mary Mar-
tha, 25, of Pedro Miguel.
Births
BODDEN. Mr and Mrs. Dorrel
V., of Fort Randolph, son, March
11. Colon Hospital.
PARADA. Mr. and Mrs. Ben la-
mn, of Red Tank, daughter, Mar.
12, Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
SMITH, Carlos A., four months,
of colon, March II, Colon Hos-
JOSEPH. Charles, 71. of Coro-
zal, March 12, Gorgas Hospital.


WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14. 1M1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE

Weatherman s Records Prove
February Was Odd on Isthmus
The weather last month was
out- o the ordinary for Feb-
ruary, with rains throughout the
usually dry month, and with the
runoff from the Oatun Lake
Basin reaching a point 182 per
cent above the month's average
the second highest recorded
since the Lake was completed.
A summary of weather condi-
tions throughout February In
the report of O. E. Matthew.
Chief Hydrographer. also snow-
ed that ralntall totals were well
above average on most parts of
the Isthmus. Also, the cold front
on Feb. 11 to 13 caused condi-
tions In the three-day period
which were reminiscent of the
worst local "dry season nortn-
er" which occurred In the same
period In 1915.
Rainfall during the past
month totaled 5.62 Inches at
Cristobal, which was 4.03 above
average; 6.71 Inches at Oatun,
4.71 above'the normal; 1.59
Inches at Balboa Heights, which
was 1.01 above average; 2.54 at
Madden Dam, 1.9 above aver-
age; and .78 inches at Pedro
Miguel, which was .33 above the
normal for the month.
Total runoff from the Oatun
Lake Basin was 12,132 million
cubic feet, as compared with a
38-year February average of 4,-
292 million cubic feet. The run-
off from the Madden Lake Basin
was We highest on record, to-
taling 8,205 million cubic feet as
compared with the average of
2.724 million cubic feet.
Air temperatures during the
month were also below normal,
with a monthly mean of 77.9
degrees at Cristobal which was
2.5 below normal; and 79.3 de-
grees at Balboa Heights, which
was 1 degree below the normal
monthly mean.
The most unusual weather
phenomenon of the month was
the cold front preceding a cold
continental polar air mass
which passed over the Isthmus
on Feb. 11 to 13 causing gusty
northerly winds of more than 20
miles per hour along the Atlan-
tic Coast and accompanied by
rains measured 3.20 inches at
Cristobal. 3.93 at Oatun and .76
at Balboa Heights In the three-
dav period.
Other weather extremes of
"record breaking" nature noted
in the monthly report from the
Meteorological and Hydrogra-
phlc Branch Included the fol-
lowing:
The maximum temperature
of 78 degrees recorded at Balboa
Heights on February 15 Is the
lowest maximum temperature
for February of record at that
station.
Shrimper Galante
Held At Balboa In
$2,000 Debt Action
The 260-ton shrimp fisher Ga-
lante was attached late yesterday
afternoon at Balboa in connec-
tion with a $2,000 debt. Attach-
ment papers were served on the
master of the Oalante by U.S.
Marshal John E. Hushing about
4 p.m. at Pier 7. The vessel may
not now leave CanaJ Zone waters
without the Marshal's permission.
Attachment of the 136-ioot
craft followed filing of an admir-
alty action against the ship.
Plaintiffs In the action were Pa-
nama Agencies.
The complaint states that be-
tween last Nov. 18 and Monday of
this week the Oalante had in-
curred a debt of $2,085.28 to the
agency for "supervision, port
charges, supplies, oil. and agen-
cy fees." None of this sum has
been paid, the complaint al-
leges.
April 4 has been set for hearing
of the llbellanta' complaint n-
galnst the Oalante. The1:ase will
be heard In the District Court at
Ancon.
The fisher put into Balboa last
Saturday from Panama Bay. Her
papers show that she Is owned by
Joseph Campanelll, Is Panama-
nian registered and carries a
crew of eight.
NO SHOT FIRED
AS UN TROOPS
(Continued from Page 1)
Communist opposition of any
size are reported for ur last 34
hours. The United f Cavalry Division b.oe up bat-
talion-sized counter ia>ks and
the United States lad Division
broke through a roadblock man-
ned by a battalion of rearguards.
United States officers are re-
calling vividly the mysterious
lull .in the fighting before the
Chinese entry into the war. and
the ill-fated United Nations
"Home by Christmas" offensive
that ended In a 130-mile retreat.
The Chinese are believed to
hare piled up supplies In Chun-
chon. nine miles below the 38th
parallel In central Korea, in pre-
paration for a spring offensive of
their own. Many believe it unlike-
ly that the Reds will abandon
these supplies without a fight.
Twenty Superfortresses from
Okinawa struck at the large
Hungnam barracks area and at
Important railroad bridges with
abouf 130 tons of bombs in conti-
nuation of round the clock Inter-
diction of Communist transport
and troop facilities In Korea.
The United States battleship
Missouri returned to the war an.1
trained her 16 Inch guns on road
and rail brlr* - "t Ohonglln. 50
ml'es south of the Siberian bor-
der on the east coast.
"The mean temperature at
Cristobal for February 77.9 de-
grees, Is the lowest for February
since 1910 and the lowest for
any month since T917.
"The sea level barometric
pressure of 29.66 Inches record-
ed on February 27 Is th'e lowest
on record for February In 46
years.
"The monthly total rainfall at
Candelaria. 12.72 Inches. Is the
highest for February at that
station in 18 years and has been
exceeded by only one Station,
Oatun 13.17 Inches In February
1915 In the totaf period of rec-
ord."
German Rearmament
Stalemates Deputies
At Paris Meeting
PARIS, March 14 (UP). Rus-
sia appears In no hurry to call
for a Big Four Foreign Ministers
conference.
At the same time she has not
yet taken a position which would
justify abandoning the Idea of
such a meeting.
Delegates from United States,
Britain and France today were
trying to figure out what Soviet
delegate Andrei A. Oromyko
meant when he told the confer-
ence of Foreign Ministers' de-
puties that "It is too early to talk
about failure."
The deputies trying to agree
upon an agenda for their Forelen
Ministers will hold their ninth
meeting today.
They are completely deadlock-
ed over how to Include what
Oromyko calls "the burning
question" German rearma-
ment.
GOP Begins All-Out
Drive to Eliminate
RFC From Govt.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 14 (UP)
House Republicans launched a
concerted drive today to abolish
the Reconstruction Finance
Corp. which has been accused by
a Senate Subcommittee of bow-
ing to "Influence and favorit-
ism" In Its multi-million dollar
loans.
GOP Leader Joseph W. Mar-
tin, Jr., Mass., said the House
Republican P ley Committee a-
reed to oppose President Harry
ruman's RFC reorganization
Slan, which comes up for a
ouse vote tomorrow. Martin
called the plan a "phony" which
would give the White House
"greater power" over RFC.
He said the 29-member com-
mittee voted to back legislation
to abolish the lending agency
and transfer Its remaining du-1
ties to some other agency for
liquidation. .
In another assault on the RFC,-
Rep. Gordon Canfleld, R., N. J.,
said the House Appropriations
Committee has decided to with-
hold future administrative funds
for the agency until its future
status has been clarified.
He told the House the Treas-
ury Post Office Appropriation
Bill for the year beginning July
1 will omit funds for running
the RFC.
He said this does not mean
Congress will not give the agen- I
cy any more money, but merely i
postpones any decision.
Martin predicted the House
will go along with Republicans,
In rejecting Mr. Truman's plan,.
which would replace the pre-1
sent five-man RFC Board of
Directors with a single adminis-
trator.
With Zonians
In the Service
(Isthmians with family
members or friends In the
V. S. Armed Forces are urged
to contribute to this depart-
ment by mailing data to the
Zone Service man'* Editor,
The Panama-American, Box
134. Panama. R. P. Informa-
tion as to servicemen's
whereabouts, their promo-
tions and excerpts from their
letters are of particular In-
terest.)
Young Jones' Find
Comfort In Kindness
Of Fla. Neighbors
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Mar. 14
(UP)Life was a little happier
today for Mr. and Mrs. John
Paul Jones whose two sma 1
children burned to death recent-
ly in a fire which destroyed
their home and all their be-
longing.;.
A glistening white frame
house with the Jones' name on
the door was built over the
weekend In "Operation Neigh-
bor." With the house came $3,000
in cash and several pieces of
furniture.
"Operation Neighbor" was start-
ed by a local newspaper and
radio station. Work on the house
started Saturday and by night-
fall Sunday the home was fin-
ished, Including exterior paint-
ing, p'umblng and wiring.
Forty-five workmen, mostly
from Jacksonville, Gainesville,
and Palatka labor unions, offer-
ed their services for nothing.
At least 40 lumber companies,
five plumbing concerns, six
paint firms and six hardware
stores pitched In with materials.
A floor-sandlng company offer-
ed its services:.
The Ladles Auxiliary of a car-
penters' union served hot cof-
fee, doughnuts, sandwiches and
cake to the sweating workers.
A police officer assigned to
keep order at the scene picked
up a hammer and went to work.
"I just didn't know people
nowadays could be so good," the
young husband said.
"I Just want to keep standing
here lockinp," Mrs. Jones added.
"It's to wonderful."
M-SGT. WILLIAM H. SHER-
LOCK, son of Mrs. A. H. Sherlock
of Balboa and the late Warrant
Officer Sherlock, was named
"Airman of the Month" on the
basis of "his superior leadership
and planning ability In his capa-
city of non commissioned officer
in charge of the initial basic
training program being conduct-
ed at the base." according to a
Brookley publication.
Sherlock enlisted in the Air
Force as an aviation cadet in
1942, here. He resided on the
Zone for approximately 15 years
and graduated from the Balboa
High School and Canal Zone Ju-
nior College.
He was commissioned a second
lieutenant (navigator) at Selman
Field. La., in Feb., 1945. As navi-
fator on a B-29 he was assigned
o England from April to August
of 1946. While overseas he look
part In Project Ruby, which was
the testing of the effects of plas-
tering German submarine pens
with 22,000-pound bombs.
Discharged on Nov. 7, 1946,
Sherlock re-enlisted M a mastfr
sergeant ten days later at March
Field Calif. He was stationed
there until he reported to Brook-
ley in June, 1950.
With his wife, the former Ma-
ry Wallace of Abbeville, Ala., and
two young sons, he resides near
the Air Base.
Suction Dredge Mindi
Removes Most Earth
From Canal Entrance
Most of the material removed
from the Canal and approaches
by the Dredging Division last
month was dredged by the pipe-
line suction dredge Mindi in
maintenance operations in the
Atlantic entrance. This was in-
cluded in the monthly report of
PA. White, Chief of the Dredging
Division.
The earth and unmined rock
taken from the Atlantic entrance
totaled 359,000 cubic yards.
Other maintenance operations
by the dipper dredge Cascadas
accounted for the removal of 1,-
000 cubic yards of material in
Gatun Lake; 20,300 cubic yards
lr. Gaillard Cut: and 54.000 cubic
yards on a project to widen Cu-
lebra Reach.
The material dredge from the
Atlantic Entrance was deposited
in the lagoon north of Oatun
Dam and that removed from
other portions of the Canal was
deposited In Dump No. 14 north
of Gamboa.
Tourist services performed by
the Dredging Division during the
month Included four trips
through Gaillard Cut by the Fer-
ryboat President Porras which
carried 1.268 passengers.
Thatcher Ferry, operated by
the Dredging Division, made 4,-
003 trips across the Canal dur-
ing the month, carrying 45.029
vehicles and 257.257 passengers.
The number of vehicles averaged
1,608 dally.
Anti Red Leaflets
Urge Vienna Soviets
To 'Liquidate' Stalin
VIENNA. March 14 (UP)Rus-
sian military police are search-
ing streets near Soviet armv
headquarters here today for anti-
Communist leaflets calling on
the Red Armv to plot the "liqui-
dation" of Stalin.
Hundreds of the leaflets,
printed in Russian, were scat-
tered about the streets last night.
Thev were signed with the in-
itials N.T.S. (National Soviet
Anti-Bolshevik Committee and
bore the organization's symbol
of a three pronged fork.
Meanwhile in London a "Free
Russian Radio" was heard for
the first time. It askM Sov'c:
rltbens to revolt against the
government.
Girl Scouts
A Pacific District meeting was
held In the Balboa Scout Office
Monday. Mrs. M. D. Monagan,
Camp Chairman, discussed sug-
gestions from the recent Camp
Conterence. A four week Day
Camp lor Brownies running from
July 9 to August 1 and a seven
week Day Camp for Intermedi-
ates from June 25 to August 8
were suggested, she said.
Sites had been suggested but
no definite site has been picked
to date. Mrs. J. Wendell Greene,
Finance Chairman, reported that
work on the new Ancon Scout
House in the former Auxilia!y
Fire House Is 90 per cent com-
plete and will be ready for use
ioon. The recent Training Course
will be culminated by a trip to
Barro Colorado Island with Dr.
James Zetek this week for both
Districts, it was announced.
Neighborhood Chairmen re-
ported on their troops. Mrs. Wil-
son of Albrook, said that her In-
termediate troop was finishing
their Western Hemisphere Badge
with a trip through Panama Ci-
ty with a guide. This troop bu
done an exceptionally fine badge
project, making their own mon-
tunas, learning folk songs and
dances of Panama and of other
countries In the Western Hemis-
phere. Albrook Brownies, Troop
20 will visit the Balboa Library
and Museum, as part of a pro-
gram of knowing their commu-
nity better.
Mrs Lucas of Fort Clayton re-
ported that the Brownie troop 47
will start again with their an-
nual Brownie Birthday parly
which had to be postponed be-
cause of polio. The Intermediates
of Troop 46 are doing a Library
project at the Clayton Library,
decorating a Children's Library
Room and learning the duties of
a Librarian for service to their
community and their Book Find-
ers Badge.
Mrs. Monagaon reported that
the Intermediates of Troop 28,
Curundu. were celebrating Mar.
12, the Girl Scout Birthday, by
entertaining the Intermediates
of Troop 10, Cocoli. The Senior
troop 7 Is also actively meeting on
Saturday mornings. The Brown-
ies of Troop 42 are doing Pana-
manian Crafts.
Troop 24 of Balboa Is doing; a
project of the Post Office and as
part of their program visited the
Post Office last week. Balboa Se-
nior troop 11 will finish their
Nurses Aid Course this week and
are rolng on duty In Gorgas Hos-
pital the Saturday' after Easter.
Balboa Mariners finished 4 meet-
ings this week and are gpin
Camping Easter week.
Mis. Ehrman of Gamboa, said
her troop 12 is busy getting ready
for Easter Camping at Gatun and
a trip to Barro Colorado, March
17. The Gamboa Brownies will be
active during their leaders ab-
sence under Mrs. Parker and
Mrs. Pennlngton.
Miss Patton reported that she
is training girls for International
Camps this summer. Two girls,
Katherine Argo and Joan Blair
and Betty Tarr are being trained
as alternates. Cecelia and Edissa
Allerl and Teresa Jaen. Pana-
manian Girl Guides from David
will attend a Western Hemisphere
Camp In Puerto Rico this sum-
mer. Their first session last Sat-
urday in Balboa proved very stim-
ulating to both groups. Another
sesin Is planned in Cristobal In
three weeks.
RP Oil Possibilities Under
Study by Local Student in US
R.P. STUDENTOne" of three students from Panam to win
1950 Braniff Airways travel awards for study in the United
States, Bert Jack Shelton Vsquez (left) confers with his pro-
fessor at Oregon State College. Dr. I. S. Allison, (right) head
of the geology department of the college shows Shelton a few
pointers about an ancient rhinoceros skull. Shelton Is work-
ing toward his master's degree in geology with minors in stra-
tigraphy and paleontology.
Oil possibilities in Panama and | logy are minor subjects. His
the geology of the eastern part thesis toward the master's degree
of the country are the special
studies of a young Panamanian
scholar now studying in the Uni-
ted States at Oregon State Col-
lege.
Bert Jack Shelton Vasquez Is
one of three Panamanian stud-
ents who won travel scholarships
in 1950 on Branlff Airways which
were awarded by the Institute
of International Education and
are now doing graduate work In
U. S. colleges.
Shelton is working on his
master of science degree at Ore-
gon and also assisting the geology
faculty in class and laboratory
work. His major is general geology
and stratigraphy and paleonto-
i-s on the geological structures of
Eastern Panama and the oil pos-
sibilities of the entire country.
On the campus, Shelton Is a
member of the Oregon State col-
lege geology club and has Just
been elected to membership In
the O. 8. C. chapter of Sigma
Oamma Epsllon. national honor-
ary society for students in earth
sciences.
Shelton lsva
Sraduate
or
Panama Amateurs
Will Present
Passion Play
A group of Panama amateurs,
sponsored by the Cultural De-
partment of the Ministry of
Education, will present a "pas-
sion play" at the National Thea-
ter Friday evening.
The play, "The Passion of
Christ." has been directed by
Gomez Bueno and Del Poza,
both well-known in Panama
theatrical circles.
Among the actors are Ramon
Garcia de Paredes, Margarita
Sevillano and Olga Chambonnet.
The play will be accompanied by
an orchestra.
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_ College and
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1951

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Canal Zone Little Leagues Open This Afternoon
Benefit Baseball Game Scheduled For Mar. 22
by ;
JOE WILLIAMS
u MIAMI BEACH.They have 122 days of horse racing: down
here and these are spread over the tourist season, divided
among three different tracks. Gulfstream Park gets the last
whack at the tourist's bank roll. Fortunately for the stockholders
tourists come and go. There Is always fresh supply of money.
Gulfstream Is located on Route 1. a long brassie shot from
here. It faces the ocean and is prettied up In typical Florida
style. There Is the inevitable infield lake but Instead of flamin-
gues and Indians, as at Hlaleah. there are water skiers who en-
tena in between races. Somehow this Is supposed to be soothing
e.s you tear up loslnR tickets.
On opening day the track set a record for bettinR in a sea-
son which shows an over-all up of 19 per cent. A sizab'c amount
of this was placed on the sensitive nostrils of a thing called
Nell If,, a 3-to-4 shot, owned by Jim Norris of Madison Square
Garden. She stumbled home sixth amid loud cries of anguish, and
a particularly outraged chalk player, screamed: "This is worse
than basketba l."
Like all three tracks here. Gulfstream has an Interesting
background. Mrs. Marie M. Horning of Pittsburgh wauled her son
John to have a race track to play with. He had passed the age of
flying kites and making like Buffalo Bill. So In 1939 the track,
only partially completed, was opened. It closed' in four d.c

THEY BLAMED WIDENER
You heard many stories why it .folded. One was that Joe
Widener. who had Hlaleah at the time, had plotted its frustra-
tion. All that is known for certain Is that on the fourth day
there was no money In the cashier's booths to pay off. This
money had been coming from a downtown banking agency. Sud-
denly and without explanation there was no delivery. Nothing can
paralyze a track with greater finality than a complete absence
of money
The new track had opened in opposition to Hlaleah and was
running concurrently but whether Widener really had anything
to do with the matter was never learned. The track went into
bankruptcy and was weed-grown and shabby when a local florist.
Jimmy Down, picked up the papers. Down knew little about raring
or track operation bui his Scottish instinct told him he couldn't
miss, with the machines going for him.
They still tell the story, probably apocryphal, that Down was
so inexperienced that when several thousand programs for open-
ing day were left unsold, he said: "What of it? We can sell them
tomorrow."
Gulfstream for all its scenic splendor, is second rate com-
pared to Hlaleah, as is Tropical, the other track. The purses are
smaller and the animals are not always high class. This is prob-
ably unavoidable since Hialeah consistently commands thr choice
dates. These are awarded on business volume.
There is little chance this position will be changed in the
foreseeable future, but Down, who standr, well politically, conti-
nues to try. Tlrs season he got the green light on a nine-race
piogram. You are asked to believe Hlaleah opposed the move but
followed in order to maintain its volume of play. Next year Down
may decide to experiment with 10 races a day and conceivably
H'.aleah would adopt a similar program. There Is no telling
where this could end.
POLITICS AND RACING
The racing commission here Is subject to political pressure
and when such a situation exists you can expect most anything.
Leo Edwards, the chairman, is a well-met, pleasant fellow who
seems to have the best interest of racing at heart, but apparent-
ly his voice carries little weight. The commission has been in
several jams this season. One was the Don Meade case which
saw the stormy petrel licensed one day and disfranchised the next
Another was the curb on releasing results until 20 minutes after
the race. In some way this was supposed to cripple bookmaking.
Edwards says he's against the restriction. He says he's against
nine-day racing, too. But seemingly nobody listens to him.
I was hiKfing about the background of the local tracks. Tro-
pical has been ligitlmalely operated for some time but it started
out as a racket track, backed by big Bill Dwyer and Ownie Mad-
den. Dwyer was a fabulous bootlegger in the '20s. Madden was
distinguished as New York's No. 1 hood. Strangely the track didn't
prosper. Madden was to lament:
"Dwyer gives away too much money."
iHe was that kind ol guy, at that. He had millions and left
small change at death'.
Hlaleah was the joint inspiration of Joe Smoot. an inde-
fatigable proomter (he's working on a track for Las vegas now)
and John I. Day. a newspaperman of sorts. Racing wasn't legal-
ised at the time and the going was rugged. Widener finally took
the track over, got a betting bill passed with a minimum ol scan-
daland pretty soon Hialeah became the winter capital of
racing.
Acevedo Slight
Early Favorite
Over Plummer
By ARTURO H. LE CONTE
Federico Plummer will face the
crucial test of his pugilistic ca-
reer Sunday night when he
tangles with Cuba's outstanding
featherweight, Miguel Acevedo,
in a featured ten-round mill at
the Olympic Stadium in Panama
City.
In the veteran visitor, the local
lad will find a clever puncher
with dynamite in both mitts.
Mummer will have to punch
away from the opening bell in
an effort to wear down the ever-
moving lad from Habana who ap-
i
parentlv thrives on blows.
In the "slug-for-cash" busi
ness, .Miguel Is no fool. He' has
been In the same rings with the
famous Sandy Saddler for a few
heals and WHIle Pep all the way.
During his ring wars back in
the United States, such out-
; standing maulers as George Dix-
on, Phil Terranova, Jackie
Graves, Corkey Gonzalez and
Bobby Bell were easly whipped by
him. Graves a highly rated box-
er on the National Boxing As-
sociation's list, was rocked to
sleep in less than six heats hv a
salvo a Acevrdo's power-packed
left and rights.
I'ndoubtedlr, Plummer will
enter the ring Sunday night with
at least a six-inch advantage in
reach over his opponent. How-
ever. Miguel's record proves that
giving away a few inches in reach
and a few pounds to his oppon-
ents is an old tale as far as he is
concern.
Miguel took care of the likes
of his countryman, lanky lliim-
i i to sierra who licked world
! champion Sandy Saddler. The
late Kooky McKay is so far the
best boxer to meet Plummer.
They battled it out three times
j with Federico winning the first1
two. |
Over in Colon where the Cuban i
is sharpening up for his debut,
he is an even money favorite to
win by a kayo. Meanwhile, in Pa-
nama City, Plummer's hometown,
Acevedo is a 6-5 choice with some
fans betting on Plummer at even
money.
Service Team Ami Powell9*
To Play At Mt. Hope Park
FORT GULICK, C.Z., March-14 A baseball game
for the benefit of the Red Cross will be played at the Mt.
Hope Stadium on Thursday evening, March 22, between
the Atlantic Side team composed of servicemen of the
Army and Navy stationed at Fort Gulick, Fort Davis, and
the Coco Solo Naval Station and the Powell's team of
the Canal Zone Amateur Baseball League.Tickets for the
game, which will start at 7:30 p.m., will cost fifty cents
each and will be on sale at Fort Gulick, Fort Davis, Coco
Solo, Coco Slito, Cristobal, Margarita and Gatun.
Injuries Hurt
Balboa High's
Track Chances
Present to entertain the spec-
tators before the game and be-
tween Innings will be the 60th Ar-
my Band of Fort Gulick, known
throughout the length and
breadth of the Isthmus for their
musical versatility; their reper-
toire embraces everything from
tlie dulcet strains of popular bal-
lads to the insistent, dissonant
rythms of Latin American mam-
bos to the magnificent musical
cathedrals erected by the soar-
ing genius of Ludwlg von
Beethoven. Leader of the 60th
Army Band Is Chief Warrant Of-
ficer Daniel Miller; Assistant
Band Leader Ls Emilio Rodriguez,
who was recently promoted to
master sergeant. Emilio arranges |
Latin American numbers for the
band and is a composer In his
own right. Five of his composi-
tions/have been published in
sheet form and made into phono-
graph records in the United
States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and
Venezuela.
When the Powell's team comes
to bat In this Red Cross benefit
game, the Atlantic Side pitcher
will be in the unenviable posi-
tion of racing six men who have
a better than .300 batting aver-
age in the current Canal Zone
Amateur Baseball League.
These mighty Powell men are
second baseman V. Gill with a
batting average of .318; left
fielder A. Canato. .320; third
baseman A. Bailey. .333: right
fielder G. Best, a huge .458; pitch-
er: V. Smith, a gigantic .500; and
8. If ill. another second baseman,
a colossal .667. Other players of
the Powell's team are L. Ram-
sey, catcher; P. De Leon, out-
fielder; C. De Souza, shorstop;
G. Atherley. outfielder: S. Ar-
thurs, pitcher; G. Ersklne, first
baseman; Mickey Robinson,
utilityman; S.Charles, first base-
man; A. Jones, pitcher; and A.
Hudson, catcher. Goodwin Moore
Is manager of the Powell's team
and H, Hartley Is their coach.
Playing for the Atlantic Side
team will be Lieutenant W. E.
Sands, USNR.AD 1/CL. F.Walsh,
USN, and AEAN G. B. McDonald,
USN, all three from the Coco
Solo Naval Station: Pfc. James W.
Myers. Pfc. Mike Tischuk. Sgt.
Pete Mandes, Cpl? Bernard La-
very. Sgt. Amado Rosado. Pvt.
Bernard Stewart, Pfc. Robert E.
Dubberly. Cpl. Carmelo Cruz. Pvt.
Richard Woods, and 8FC Carme-
lo Reyes, of Fort Davis; Cpl. An-
gel "Mickey Mouse" Felix. Sgt.
Edward "Big" Mann, Pfc. Vin-
cent Laurla, Sgt. Ralph "Fire-
ball" Johnson. Sgt. Donald
"Smoky' 8molka, Sgt. Henry
'Tiny'' Menard. Cpl. Paul
"Punchy" Bclmont. Cantaln Ray-
mond "Pat" Patricio, 2nd Lt. W.
R. Coleman. and Sgt. Ellwood
"Woody" Stafford. Manager of
the Atlantic Side team is Major
George E. Blair; trainer is Hank-
ing Barrows, who retired as un-
defeated welterweight boding
champion of the Republic of Pa-
nama.
Sania Cruz Sports
By GILBERTO TIIORNE
.Monticello Softball League
Standings
Jr. League Playoffs Set
For Mar. 17 At Mt. Hope
Panama Radio .
Agenclas-Steers
O. '51 Hudson .
Alemn Jr. .
Won Lost Ave.'
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. 3 2 .600
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Omphroy's '51 Hudson got their
tld win of the second half of
the Monticello Softball League
with "Rookie'' Prince Grant on
the mound. Prince had a little
trouble at the beginning, but
coasted in to an easy win once
his team got ahead.
Hudson drew first blood as
Jones doubled and scored on
Granger's hit. Steers evened up
things in the next Inning when
Kenneth Joseph sigled and scor-
ed on Prince's error. Wilfred
Brathwaite homered in the unid
to push Hudson ahead, but
Steers-men scored four runs in
their half of the inning. New-
comer Ralph McFarlane pushed
two of these across with his
double, to left.
Hudson gained a 2-ruh lead
when i they collected 4 hits and
pushed 6 runs across the plate
in the sixth. An intricate double-
steaJ by Jones and Eversley gave
them a run In the seventh and
her followed when Kenneth
Joseph allowed the ball to pass
him behind the plate. Two infield
outs and a fly to the outfield
sealed the 10-7 win for Hudson.
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Baseball owners today are
studying a long list of candi-
dates, for the job of Commis-
sioner. The owners handed A.
B. (handler his walking papers
Monday in a meeting at Miami
Beach, Florida. The vote was
H-7 in favor of retaining
("handler. However, a twn-
tbirds majoritv was necessary
for the Commissioner to keep
his job.
( handler says he'll resign
whenever the owners say the
word. His current contract runs
until Mas 1st. 3952. High on
the list of those for the job are
Minor League President George
Trautm.in. former Postmaster
General James Farley. Gov-
ernor Frank l.ausche of Ohio.
and Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court, Fred Vinson.
Mexico Likes Tourists
MEXICO CITY, (UP' Ameri-
ouwsts will spend at
$175.000.000 In Mexico this
:it tourism officials pre-
Tourlsts spent a record
>116,000,000 In 1950.
March 17 has been set as the
date of the annual baseball
championship playoffs at Mt.
Hope stadium.
Three games will be played
with the first game getting un-
der way at 8:45 a.m. The three
leagues represented" will be the
"D" league < average age 11 yrs.)
the "G" league 'average age 14
yrs.i and the B'" i average age
16 yrs. i.
Teams from Ancon. Balboa,
COcoli, Diablo, Gamboa and Pe-
dro Miguel have been playing for
the past 6 weeks to determine
the winner of the Pacific Area.
In the Atlantic Area the competi-
tion has been .between Cristobal.
Margarita and Gatun.
Unfortunately it Is Impossible
at this time to announ" the pa-
cifie champion in the "D" league.
One more game must be played
to decide that honor. However.
come Saturday, the winner of the
Ancon-Gamboa game will meet
the Cristobal No. 1 team in the
opening game. In the "C" bracket
lt will be Cristobal taking on the
Blue Devils from Ancon. The
third game will see another An-
con outfit facing the Margarita
batsmen. The games will follow
each other as closely as possible.
No admission will be charged
and the public is urged to come
and see what old man baseball
has in the way of up-and-coming
players for the future here on
the Canal Zone.
A representative of the Amer-
ican Legion will present the gold
awards to the players of the win-
ning teams.
All teams have been scheduled,
equipped, and coached by the
Physical Education and Recrea-
tion Section under the supervi-
sion of Mr. G. C. Lockridge.
Balboa High's Bulldogs will
have to win the Canal Zone
Inlerscholastic track champion-
ship the hard way If they are go-
ing to Win it at all. The cham-
pionship triangular meet will be
run this Frldav at the Balboa
Stadium at 7:00 p.m.
They will be without the ser-
vices of their brightest star as
Dick Johnson Is recovering from
a recent appendectomy. Also
missing with a pulled muscle will
I be the promising freshman
sprinter and jumper. Jim Mav.
Jaime Salas, letterman high
Jumper, is a doubtful starter with
a bad leg, and both Sam Maphis
and Pete Fabrega are suffering
from strained legs. Maphis Is the
number one Bulldog vaulter.
while Fabrega has been counted
on heavily In the quartermlle and
mile relay.
The lose of Johnson Is worth
almost 12 points to opponents of
the 'Dogs. Johnson had alreadv
gone 21 ft. 11 In. In the broad
jump, and his coach was sure
he would sail past the 22 ft.
mark this year. He was also the
number one Balboa sprinter, and
the number two high jumper on
the squad.
Dick Ostrea has taken over the
snrinting and broad jumping
chores of the ailing Johnson, but
there hes been no one to take
over the high jumping yet. Ostrea
will be hard pressed to defeat
the two College sprinters. Bob
Young and Charlie McArthur and
equally pressed to stay In'front
of Wally Trout and Louis Trem-
lav In the "long" Jump.
Henry Cruz Is rated a cinch
to bring home the blue ribbon
for the Bulldogs in the mile, and
will trv the very rough task of
repeating the work in the 880.
Cruz's chief competition in the
four lapDer will be his teammate.
Edgar Kourany. while Cruz and
Frank Sogandares of J. C. will
run what should be one of the
best races of the meet in the
half.
Sogandares will have already
run a hard 440 against the Bal-
boa due of Fred Raybourne and
Pete Fabrega before coming to
the starting mark in the 880. Cruz
will, of course, have already run
his mile prior to the running of
the 2 lap event.
Along The Fairways
GAMBOA GOLF AND COUNTRY
CLUB NOTES
Ringer Tournament
The play on the Ringer Tourna-
ment which started Jan. 27th.
ended March 4th. The statistics
worked-up- by Bob Medlnger
show much interesting Informa-
tion.
Al Corsale won low gross with
a 59; Curley Fears and Ed Stroop
were tied for low net with 50s.
Bob Getman won 3rd low net
with a 52. Two silver plated bowls
and a pair of silver plated shells
were the first three prizes, Ger-
man won 3 Dunlop golf balls.
During the Tournament there
were 330 nine hole rounds played.
Of course, every hole was blrdled
but in addition there was a hole
In one made by Ray Euper on No.
2 and an eagle made by Al Cor-
sale on No. 7. Hole No. 1 proved
to be the most difficult on the
course and No 2 proved the
easiest. Most golfers have one
particular hole which Is their
favorite and also one that gives
them the most trouble. For ex-
ample: Handsome Harry Hart
layed 43 rounds during the
ournament. He parred No. 1 only
twice while No. 2 he parred
20 times and No. 7. sixteen times.
Capt. Davis also favored No. 2
which he parred 23 times in 34
rounds. Most of Capt's. trouble
came on the long No. 5 which he
Fiarred onlv 4 times. Pete Cooper
inds No. 2 easv. He made 15 pars
in 21 rounds, but No. 5 seems to
be his nemesisduring the same
period he parred this hole only
once.
The scores made In both the
Ladder and the Ringer Tourna-
ments show that there Is a dis-
tinct Improvement In the golf
bolng'played by all contestants.
Handicaps are dropning and the
day is no very distant when
Gamboa wi'l have representatives
in all the major Isthmian
Tournaments.
Final Results
Gross Hndcp. Net
Corsale .... 59 3 56
.Stroop.....95 15 .50
Fears......67
Getman.....66
Medlnger .... 68
Davis......67
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17 50
14 52
14 54
12 55
Gross Hndcp. Net
Cooper..... 70 14 56
Hart...... 69 10 59
Euper..... 66 7 59
Engelke..... 69 9 60
Lincoln..... 78 18 60
Martin...... 78 18 60
Spain...... 72 6 67
It Pavs to Be Little
SYRACUSE. N. Y. (UPi Two-
year-old Curtis Hadden is still a-
live because she is so small. Sh?
fell from the door of her par
automobile into the path of two
cars. Both passed over her
out leaving so much as a scratch.
Six Pacific Side, Four
Atlantic Teams To PlayN
A new chapter of Canal Zone baseball will be
inaugurated today on three diamonds. Six teams
of 12-^ear-olds and younger, members of the Paci-
fic Little League, will swing into action at 4:15
this afternoon at Cumndu, Diablo Heights and Co-
coli.
The teams that will start a 30
game schedule to determine the
winner of the Francis Newcomer's
Governor trophy will be Diablo-
Hlllman "Automen"; Curundu
Community "Councilmen"; Fire
Department "Fireaters": Police
Department "Coppers"; Saint
Marys "Saints'" and Sears "Mail
Order boys."
All teams are fully uniformed
and will play two six inning
games each week and the games
will be In accordance with the
rules of the Little League and it
Is the goal of the Pacific Little
League that In a year or two a
Canal Zone Little League team
will participate in the Little
World Series held annually be-
fore thousands of spectators in
Wlimsport, Pennsylvania.
Each team Is permitted to use
only five twelve,-year-old players,
all others must be younger; and
each squad is limited to 18 play-
ers. For the past three weeks the
teams have been in "spring"
Joe Louis Has Flu;
Is Ordered to Take
Two Months Rest
DETROIT, March 14 (UP).
The comeback campaign of for-
mer Heavyweight Champion Joe
Louis has hit another shag
the flu bug.
Louis, weakened by a 101 tem-
perature, is advised by his per-
sonal physiciaa to take at least
a two month vacation.
"Joe left himself wide open for
the influenza attack." says Dr.
Robert Bennett, "by training too
fine. Remember Joe has been
training steadily for eight
months;"
Louis was to haye met Cham-
pion Ezzard Charles next month,
but that fell through when the
title-holder suffered aft ear in-
jury beating Joe Walcott thU
months. Dr. Bennett says It's a
good thing the bout was called
off as Louis had reached his
peak too soon.
Dr. Bennett says Louis can't eat
solid food.
"We just filled him full of fruit
juices." says Bennett. "When Joe
won't eat his usual two pounds
of steak you know he's really un-
der the weather."
Manager Marshall Miles say he
is confident that Louis and
Charles will have a re-match in
late August or early September.
"But," adds Miles, "our main
problem is to make sure Joe gets
In the best shape possible so if
the fieht doe3 come off he'll be
ready."
training and all managers are
confident In the success of their
teams. i
However, the pre-season favor-
ites are the Diablo Hlllman
"Automen" who open up against
the Saint Marys "Saints" at Dia-
blo. On the hill for the "Auto-
men" will be the sensational and
versatile Pedro Salas, whose of-
ferings will be caught by Roger
Million. Manager McKeown and
Coach Joe Cicero of Saint Marys
will likely select Bobby Lopez
with Billy Hatchett the receiver.
At Cocoll, Fred Mohl will send
his Fire Department "Fireaters"
against Herb Holmet and Frank
Szlvos Police Department "Cop-
pers." The "Fireaters" will have
as their hurder Eddy Kirchmelr
and John Hamma behind the
plate, where as the "Coppers"
will have Llnwood Phillips on the
mound and Bobby Barnes the
backstop.
At Curundu, the Councilmen
will meet Sears "'Mail Order
Boys." This should be a tough
tussle and both are ronsldo-ed
the dark horses for the cham-
pionship. The opposing pitchers
wil lbe Richard Hayden for Cu-
rundu and Ronnie Meade for
Sears. Both boys know how to
take care of themselves on the
pitching mound. Their battery
mates will be Eddy Stoddart for
Curundu and Timmy Hotz for
Sears. *
The Atlantic Little League
will also set Into action this
afternoon as the four compet-
ing teams are scheduled to play.
The Atlantic Side teams are
the Margarita All-Stars. Po-
well's, Police Pals and Little
Motta.s
The Margarita All-Star and
Powell's tackle each other at
Margarita.
The Police Pals vs. Little Mot-
tas game will be held at New
Cristobal.
The respective managers are
Harry Dockery and Carl Simons
of the Little Mottas; Cy Field.
Max Sanders and Tommy Rankln
of the Margarita All-8tars:
George Waldron and Billlford of
Powell's, and Bill Hughes and
Elmer Mlddlebrook of the Police
Pals.
Getting Up Nights
Can Be Stepped
lirttlnr up night*, burning sensatlna
or organs, whitish discharge, dull ache!
at bane uf pine, groin and leg pains,
nervousnoss, weakneaa and low of inuii
lv vigor are caused by a dlaeaae of lha
Proitnl Gland (an important Hex gland
in men). To help overcome these
trouble* and 'julckly restore vigor and)
health, take Rogen. Rogena will help
relnvlgorate your Proatate (Hand and)
make you fel year younger. OeS
ftegena from your druggist today.
SMitt * SAL
HEPTICA
SQUEEZE PLAYSal Magfie
is out on ill. limb as he
; a juicy prtch from a
Florid lo battery
mate Wes Westrum. Having
vt.ii tori work a week earlier, the
is' pitchc:
way ahead of the hitters in St.
t(NEAJ
UNGUENTNVf
MR BURNS,
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HQHTt INftCTlOH
NOMOTfl NMUMO >>
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aooucT
Always keep gentle
SAL HEPTICA
- the laxative that suits
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't (eel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your day.
SAL HEPTICA brings
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
! Antacid SAL HEPTICA
. sweetens a sour stomach.
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BRIDAL ATTENDANTS ENTERTAINING THIS EVENING
FOR MISS SUE SARTAIN. BRIDE-ELECT
MIm Sue Sartaln. popular bride-to-be, will be the. guest
f honor at a dessert-party and china shower to be Riven
tonight at 7:30 bv her bridal attendants. The hostesses are
Mrs. John Denys Mayles. who Is to be matron of honor, and
the bridesmaids, the Misses Alice Garllngton, Mary Isewland.
Nina Norman. Liona Joan Sears \ndSUMn"\. Unk?'
partv will be held at the home of Mr. and Mm. Kennetn
Newland, 5360 Davis Street, Diablo Heights. About 50 of Mia
Sartaln's friends have been Invited.
Ambassador and Mrs. Coloma
Silva Salliug Friday
Th Ambassador of Ecuador to
Panama and Mrs. Cesar Coloma
Silva and their daughters are
salllnx Friday on the S3 Cristobal
lor New York. From New Ycrs
ihey will go to Rome, where the
Ambassador will be his country's
diplomatic representative at the
Vatican.
informal Dinner
The Public Affairs Officer of
the United States Embassy and
Mrs. Joseph J. Dempsev enter-
tained a small group OX their
friends at dinner last evening at
their residence on Sabanas Road.
tlonal Broadcasting Division. De-
partment of Slate and James D.
Shouse. Chairman of the Bourd
of Directors of the Crosley Broad-
casting Company, who have been
on a tour of South America. The
Party will spend a few days In
anama and will stop In Cential
American countries on their way
back to the United States.
Slate Department Officers
Visitors Heir
Frederick L. Barcroit. Informa-
tion Officer for the Bureau of
Inter-American Affairs, arrived
last night by airplane from Mia-
mi. He came to Panama to meo";
Merrill C. Philips of the Interna-
lift Up
Your Hearts
Mr. and Mrs. Erbe
Leaving Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst A. Erbe will
leave by special motor car Ire in
the Balboa Heights Railroad Sta-
tion Friday morning at 8:15 and
will sail on the SS Cristobal for
New York, to make their home in
the United States.
They will be at home lo their
friends who wish to say goodtyc
to tnoin tonight after 7:30 at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Woi-
den H. Cowen, 891 Morgan Ave-
nue, Balboa, where they are stay-
ing until their departure.
Forthcoming Marriage
The marriage of Miss Alice Lee
Marple, daughter of Mr. and M
B, D. Marple of Heaters, Wes.
Virginia, to J. Richard Clark, son
of Mrs. 8. B. Clark and the late
Dr. Clark of Beaver Dams, New
York will take place Saturday
evening at seven o'clock in the
Post Chapel. Fort Amador. The
ceremony will be followed by an
Informal reception at 796-D, Ta-
vemllla Street. Balboa.
Miss Marple Is a teaener In the
Fort Kobbe Elementary 8chool
and Mr. Clark Is a member of the
faculty of Balboa High School.
Mrs. Wright Leaves Tomorrow
Alter a month's visit with Mr.
and Mrs A. C. Garllngton at
Balboa Heights, Mrs. R. D.
Wright Is leaving by airplane to-
morrow for her home at Newber-
ry. South Carolina. Mrs. Wright
Is Mrs. Darlington's mother.
New Books
(A Lenteti feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson. Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
"WHY DON'T THEY....?"
"Jesus saith unto him (Peter),
If 1 will that he tarry till I
come, what is that to thee? Fol-
low thou mc" St. John 21:22.
"What about all those others,
Lord'.-" Peter asks. Our Lord re-
plies, "What has that got to do
with You? Follow thou Me."
A common saying now adays is,
"Why don't they do something a-
bout it?" Something has gone
wrons>; something not done
well then, "why don't they..?"
Why don't "they." We're looking
aroui-.d tor someone to blame
only not ourselves, of course.
"They"it's "their" fault Utf*
mysterious, Illusive "they"
these inactive people who could
fiut everything right for us if on-
y they would, but they don't bo-
ther. "Why don't they..?"
Sometimes we mean by "they"
the government, or the manage-
ment the boss or, perhaps, even
the other members of the family.
Now I agree with you. they should
all do something If they can. but
what about ourselves? For In-
stance, there's a quarrel between
members of a family, so we, as
one of the parties concerned, say,
"Why don't they apolor.
They ought to, no doubt, but why
don': we?
There Is another fact. too. It
Isn't so much, perhaps, with some
of us that we are not willing to do
something but that we are being
tho'ighlless and lazy, waiting for
someone else to do It first. Why
don't we take the Initiative sonic
times and do the thing ourselves?
That would be a great deal more
constructive.
I : this struggling, sinning world
with all Its tragic suffering and
simply say to Himself "Well, why
don't they do something about
It?" He cameChris- came
humbled Himselfshared our
human life and suffered with us
doing something for us. Let us
ay, "Isn't there something I
myseif can do now?" "Follow thou
Me."_______________________
Unity Lodge Will Hold
Initiation on Saturday
nil'/odge No. 1084 of the I.
B.P.O.E. of W will convene a
special session for the initiation
of cundida tes at the Paraso
Lodge Hall on Saturday, begin-
ning at 7:30 p.m.
All officers and members are
ureed to atiend.
BHS Cadet Corps
Review Tomorrow
To Honor CAirC Chief
Another review of the Balboa
High School Cadet Corps will be
, held tomorrow at 2:45 p.m. hi
Balboa Stadium, when the Canal
Zone Junior ROTC honors the
Commanding Oeneral, Caribbean
Air Command.
This ceremony is one of a series
honoring the military and naval
commanders and civic organiza-
tions who each year donate a-
wards for the ROTC Field Day
and their Awards Ball. The Ca-
ribbean Air Command Com-
mander presents medals to the
two graduating cadets at Balboa
High School and two at Cristo-
bal High School who make the
highest military marks during
the year.
In the absence of Brigadier
General Emil C. Kiel. Thursday's
review will be taken by the Gen-
eral's Chief of 8taff. Colonel Ro-
bert R. Conner. Colonel Conner
will be accompanied by Colonel
John B. Wallace and Lt. Colonel
Paul S. Deems. As part of the
ceremony Conner will present a
streamer to Cadet Captin Wil-
liam Joyce to be carried on the
guidon of Company "A" of the
Cadet Corps. This streamer is be-
ing awarded to Company "A" for
winning the "Best All Around
Company" competition for the
past six weeks.
Students of both Balboa High
School and Balboa Junior High
School are being dismissed early
to attend the review. The Canal
Zone Junior ROTC extends a
cordial invitation1 to the parents
and friends as well as the gener-
al public to attend this ceremony.
Miss Monroe Hostess
at Dinner
Miss Elolse Monroe entertain-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Frederick de V
8111. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wenftll
Greene and L. Vlllanueva infer-,
maily at dinner last evening at
her apartment In Ancon.
Mrs. Johnston Sailing
on S Cristobal
Mrs. Douglas Johnston of Bal-
boa is sailing Friday on the SS
Cristobal to spend two months
vacation in Rye. New York, and
Portland, Maine.
Mrs. Homa Returns
Mrs. H. I. Homa of Curundu,
has returned from a trip to H:b-
bing. Minnesota and Miami. Flo-
rida. In Minnesota she visited her
son-in-law and daughter, Judge
and Mrs. Manuel H. Stein.
"The Burns Mantle Best Plays
of 19-19-1950," the 31st issue ot
the yeaibook of the drama in
America, is one of the new bojks
placed In circulation during the
past week by The Panama Canal
Library.
The volume Is edited by John
Chapman. It Includes ten Broatl-
wav plays of the past season, the
casts of all performances of the
year with opening dates and
theaters, statistical summaries,
prize winners, birth dates, necro-
logie and additional yearbook
data.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Books and reading The pop-
ular book; a history of America's
literary lasts. Hart.
Woman You can start nil
over: a guide for the widow and
divorcee, Hlllis.
Literature The Burns Mantle
best plays of 1949 1950, Chap-
man, Afternoon In the attic, Ko-
bler;
Biography The bewitched-
parsonage.Braithwalte; The gal-
lant Hood. Dyer.
Fiction The delicate prey,
and other stories, Bowles; Hot
tip..Dolph: An American dream
girl. Farrell; Morning Journey,
Hilton; Death walks softly, Mtie-
Donald; the China run; a book of
stories, Paterson; Home, sweet
home!, Stavls.
Replacements Jennie Ger-
hardt. Dreiser; Bodies are wheve
von find them. Halllday; Cimar-
rn. Ferber; The secret of the
Spa. Leonard; Botany bay, Nord-
hoff: Bookkeeping and account-
ing. McKinsey; TA treasury of
British humor. Bishop; Country
lawyer, Partridge.
Cristbal T Plans
Courses in Spanish.
Music, Dancing
Three courses of Interest to
servicemen and residents of the
Atlantic Side will be conducted
at the Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA.
A new course in Beginners
Spanish will start next Monday
with classes meeting Monday
and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Seora
Ruby de Ospina. a teacher in the
Republic of Panama Schools, will
be the Instructress.
Jimmy Dunn and Ivy Harnett
will resume classes in Ballroom
Dancing for teen agers and groups
starting Friday, March 16. Class-
es for teen agers will be given on
Fridays at 3:30 p.m. and for In
dividual wishing group instruc-
tion on Fridays at 6:30 p.m.
Jorman Slade. former Tulane
University Music Student and
noted Atlantic Side concert pian-
ist, will give group instruction not
exceeding four in a group and in-
dividual instruction at appointed
hours.
Information regarding these
activities may be obtained from
Mr. McClelland, Activities Secre-
tary of the Cristobal Armed Serv-
ices YMCA. by mailed brochure
or by telephone 3-2163.
TO CHURCH FOR FREE
NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y.. (UrM
A bus company here has found
favor with clenrvmsn. It offers
free rides to all churchgoers on
Sundays during Lent.
INVESTORS SERVICE CORPORATION
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS
American rinanc* Corporation -.TfBSSJJ fort* Product
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Arango Si Lyona. S. A.............................
Crmenlo Panamo. S A...........................
Compaa Licorera de Panama. S A. .............
Compaa General de Segure*. S. *..........
Compaa Internacional de Seguro. 3. A. ..........
Compaa de Ctfevre. S A < Common i ...........
Compaa de Lefavra. 8. A. (Inferred) ............
Compaa Panamea de Aceite. S A.............
Clay Product Company ........................
Hoteles tnteramerlcano*. S A.....................
National Brewery. S. A .........................
National DIMIller. S. A.........................
Panamerlcan Orange Crtuh Co (Common) ......
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Panam Power & Light Company (Common) ....
Panama Power It Light Company (Preferred) ....
Panama Coca-Cola Bottling Company .............
Panam Tram Company. Inc......................
San Fernando Clinic .............................
Storav Engineering.!. A........................
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Leave for Costa Rica
Mrs, Alfred Maduro and tier
daughter In-law. Mrs. Osmond
Maduro, left today for San To.s\
Costa Rica, where they will
spend several weeks.
Guests of
Archdeacon Twnsend
The Dean of St. Luke's Cathe-
dral and Mrs. Raymond C. Fer-
u-ls will be the dinner guests of
Archdeacon Townsend tonight
before the 7:30 Lenten Service at
St. Andrew's, Cocoli, at Vldeh
Dean Ferris will be the guest
speaker.
Luncheon at Hotel El Panam.
Mrs. Enrique I. Boyd entertain-
ed a group of her friends at lun-
cheon Sunday at Hotel El Pana-
ma.
Reverend Iglesias
To Be Speaker at Cocoli
The Rev. and Mrs. Lonnle
Iglesias of the San Bias Islands
will be speakers at the meeting of
the Cocoli Union Church Wom-
en's Auxiliary tomorrow morn-
ing ,at 9:30. The meeting Is to
be held at the home of Mrs. G.
Barnes in Cocoli and all mem-
bers and their friends are invit-
ed.
Czech Archbishop
Rumored Exiled
PRAGUE, March 14 (UP^Ro-
man Catholic Archbishop Josef
Beran may be exiled from Prague
for life, according to indications
in the newspaper Lidova Demo-
kracle yesterday.
The newspaper compared He-
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the D'a-
. bio Heights Clubhouse were: 1st.
e nil7ff^LiW? achilo-'Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Norris: 2nd,
XSfiSJSff with iha^of C. PeK and R. Torres: 3rd
Know-Panama Group
Meets Tomorrow
The Know-Panama Group of
the Canal Zone College Club will
meet Thursday at 4 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. George V. Dai
1463 A Holden Street. Balboa.
Miss Ofelia Hooper of the Min-
istry of Agriculture of Panama,
will speak on the4-H Clubs of
Panama.
his life at his country seat. Now
history is being repeated."
Previous announcements said
the Archbishop's "sojourn out-
side the Prague -diocese" hart
been determined by the Central
National Committee of the Com-
munist Party. The paper today
said he was ordered out by the
Ministry of the Interior.
It's Free, Bovs and Girls
BARRE, Vt. (UP> The Vene
tlan Restaurant serves free sand-
wiches and coffee to men and
women in the armed forces.
Don't risk your charm
with old-fashioned
ineffective deodorants.
Notice to
Art League Members
Members of the Canal Zone Art
League interested in learnin:',
how to remove mildew from oil
painting are invited to the home
o A. B. Converse Friday evening
at 7:30 when there will be a de-
monstration of the method of re-
moval. Mr. Converse lives at 5543-
j. Diablo Heights, across the
street from the tennis courts.
ONLY NEW ODO-RO-NO
GIVES YOU ALL THES
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ly and safely.
I Banishes odour instantly.
3 Gives full protection for
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4Never irritates normal
akinuac it daily.
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CREAM
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all fabrics.
A New, exclutire formula.
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gets gritty or cakes io the
jar as ordinary deodor-
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0D0-R0-N0 Cream
The deodorant without a doubt
NEW ZEALAND PR0DUO
Take Your IS ose Off
the Grindstone,
Elmer... we're going
to the
POLICEMEN'S
BALL!
FRIDAY NIGHT
VISION CLUB
i who was re- Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Robinson; 4th. I
moved from msfuncTlons bv Va- Mr and Mrs. F Brady; 5th Mrs. |
tican order prewar. He had dls- L. D. Boney and Mrs. J. E. Dav.s;
agreed with Vatican nollcles. land 6tn. Mrs. Helen Kelly and
The paper said 'Archblshon T-Sgt. G. A. Larrabee.
Kordac had to spend the rest of
SiS"
... you dUcavorad the new, im-
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give you com/on in action.
So luxury-softthai 8 out of 10
women in a recent ten reponed no
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Such freedomsuch comfort
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soFrft, s^fit
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A NEW ROAD TO
TRQPIDURAiB
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New concrete road (indicated by arrows)
brings a TROPIDURA Paint Store within one
minute's drive from the Ancon Clubhouse
Area. You will find us in the light traffic
zone ... convenient, spacious parking space!
TROPIDURA Slore No. 1 is staffed
with courteous English-speaking
clerks.
TROPIDURA Brand PAINTS have steadily
increased in popularity and demand over
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TROPIDURA sales stores are completely-
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Baker Paint Brushes
"Bondex" Cement Paints
De Vilbiss Paint Sprays
Paint & Lacquer Thinners
Spot Putty & Masking Tapes
Sandpaper & Putty Knives
Wallpaper "Variar"
"Scotchlite" for Signs
Rubberized Underseal
Johnson's Wax Products
Our Panama Plant Manufactures Over 500 Standard Paint Items
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TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1M1
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Minimum for
15 words
'3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 I uoil Av.
Phone 2-22S1
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
Parque de Leaepi
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. e Fourth of July Av.
Phone 2-S44I
BOTICA CARLTON
111 5 Melndrx Avt.
Phone Jj5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. 55 Wat ltth Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 "H" Street Panam
NO. 12.17 Control Avo. Coln
Commercial &
professional
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'K 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
rui liit rill uri Ilk, now
Lowell price
loi m fliure our rnoienai
...,"*d* "* Estmale
At nutm HIRES Pan -am
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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALi:High glees oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. S3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores.
HOME DEUVERY ON THESE
Lion's Club Raffle Tickets.
Tel. Ponoma 2-2454 and 3-3016
4580
4581
4582
4583
4584
4585
4586
4587
4588
4589
6990
6991
6992
6993
6994
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6996
6997
6998
6999
0650
0651
0652
0653
0654
0655
0o56
0657
0658
0659
LEICA CAMERAS
Model Illl Synchronized
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Facforv Prices.
PORRAS
Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panama, R. P.
DRV SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
i EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
QOPIDURA'W
THE BEST FOR LESS
FOR SALE:Long Playing recoids of
all makes, classical and popular,
AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th Street No.
6-A. phone 3-1029.
FOR SALE:1941. 2 door Oldsmobile
Sedan, overhauled, good rubber.
Mahogany diningroom set. 12 in.
electric G. E. ton, 25 cycle. Cheap
for quick sale. House 235 Pedro
Miguel. Phone 4-563.
FOR SALE:22 Col. pistol Woods-
mon, automotic, $50.00. Call Mr.
Gibson, Balboo, 2-3238 or 3-1749
Cristobol.
FOR SALE:Office swivil chair, $25.
00; Mahogany flat top desk, $20.-
00; Radio Hallicraftcr, model SX-
28, $50.00; Rodio-Victrolo, con-
sole model, $120.00; Recomor No.
33, equipped with Feather-light
bad;, $50.00; Cinemaster, 8 mm,
$30.00; Lott Rotary Print Dryer
24 x 8 ins., $10.00; Cine Trypod.
$2.00; Flomer-Groflex trypod, $2.-
00; 3 Zeiss glass trays, 25 x 32,
$5.00; 2 Enomel trays. 24 x 18
ins., $7.50; Marshall Densirome-
ter, $35.00; Kalart speedflosh, $5.
00; Kodak Speedflosh, $2.75;
Hord rubber tanks, for 5 x 7, $4.-
00; 2 large floodlight Ion rol-
lers! $24.00; Eastmon 35 mm
slide projector. $17.00; I Hord
Rubber tray, 18 x 16, $4.00;
Cream colored backdrop, on rol-
ler. $2.00. D. S. Heoth House
336 Apt. I, Ancon. Tel. Balboa
2873.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Claro beoch.
cottoges, furnished, electric, re-
trigerotion, modera! ratos. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
WilLanu. bunio Cloro beach voUeoes
1 i Bedrooms, loctric refrigero
'ion RocKgoi rango* Phono Bal-
boo 2- 3050 Except Week-ends.
Phillip*. Beach cottage, santo Clore
Bo* number 435. Balboo Phone
Ponoma i- 18It m Cristobal 3
167*.
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT:House furnished, three
bedrooms, parlor and diningroom.
Very quiet neighborhood. 18th St.
No. 96-A, near Belisario Porras
Ave., Son Francisco.
FOR RENT:Furnished chalet with
oil cities conveniences in Nuevo
Arroijan. For information coll Cu-
ruhdu 6246, after 4 p. m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
WANTEDSecond hond theatre arm-
chair. Call Martines, Panama-
American Tel. 2-0740.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
43rd Street Eost and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor.
privle entrance. No. 4 First St..
Perry Hill. 3 bedrooms, 2.-baths,
garoge. Coll 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
FOR SALi:
49 PLYMOUTH 2 Dr. Sadon
low mileage. Like now, $1,475
CIVA. S. A.
Your Cadillac Pontlac Dealer
Alhombra apartment for rent. Mod-
ern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061, 10th Street, New Cristobol,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:First doss small apart-
ment, all furnished, refrigerator
included. Best residential action,
Pa.tillo Road No. 121. I ce B.
' 65.00 monthly. Apply ot premise:
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
modern apartment, all convenien-
ces. For two months. Call 3-3268
mornings ond evenings only.
FOR RENT:Furnished ond unfur-
nished apartment, bedroom, dining-
room-livingroom ond balcony in
new building. Call 3-3404.

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at factory prices.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbvEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-019!)
FOR SALE:1937 Codillac Coupe,
good condition. New rubber ond
bottery. $200.00. House 127-B.
Gotun.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Rocdmost-
er. convertible. Completely equip-
ped. Perfect condition. $1.750.00.
517-A, Curundu Heights. 83-
2131. _______________________
FOlTsALI:
48 PONTIAC Coupe. Good tire,
excellent condition $1,200
CIVA. S. A.
Your Codillac Pontiic Dealer
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartment,
screened living-diningroom $65.00,
56. Belisario Porros. key apart-
ment 3. Phone 3-0841 (Facing
Eden theatre'.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
Bello Vista, one bedroom, both.
No. kitchen, Frigidaire. Alto two
room aportment. Telephone 3-
1648.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
'T- ?20 Tivoli Ave. Apt. 1.
ZZ Tel. 2-3387.
ours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m.
Gaton Civic Theater
ffl\\ Present Drama
tomorrow Evening
The Oatun Civic Theater wili
present a mystery drama, An In-
spector Calls, tomorrow at the
Oatun Clubhouse.
The scene is laid in the town of
West Brumley in the home of tho
well-to-do BirliiiRs. Bill Nessier
J plays Mr. Blrling and Andrea
Messier plays the part of Mrs.
! Blrling.
Mlidred Gray portrays Sheila
Blrling and Boo Thomas plays
the part ot her brother Eric.
Sheila's financee is played by
Frank Hottal.
Frank Moumblow takes the
tprt of the Inspector Ooole. i
man who has no time for golf.
And Edna the maid Is played oy
Mary Hottal.
To add a bit of mystery one of
the main characters, a pr-?t'_y
lively' sort of a girl, never appears
On the stage. Mrs. Dorothy Ther-
iot is the director of the play and
yimmy Coman has staged the
Jay Melton Smith has charge of
be so:
^admission to the play is S1.0C
us may be reserved by
Sling 5-2961 Tickets will be cm
lie at the door and curtain oes
i at 8 p.in
FOR SALE:1939 4 door Plymouth
Sedan. Best offer Thursday night,
Halpin. Quarters 1337-A, Ama-
dor. Phone Navy 2389.
cOR SALE:'46 Black Ford Business
Coupe. 4 new tires, radio and heat-
er. Excellent condition. Very reo-
ionoble. Coll Albrook 5228. from
seven to 10:30 p. m.
FOR SALI:
'47 BUICK Special! 4 Dr. Sedan,
radio and good tires. New
point job $1,050
CIVA. S. A.
Your Cadillac Pontiac Dealer
FOR RENT:---------One bedroom apart-
ment with bath. kitchen, large
creanod porch etc. Located naar
Canal Zone, rent II 55.00. Phono
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.______
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
one bedroom aportment In Bella
Vista. Thru April 30. Phone 3-
2923.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR INT:Air conditioned office
90 iquora meter, with MX te-
lephone and janitor service, acous-
tic ceiling and floor. Martini
Build,no. telephone 2-0610.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Coupe, ex-
cellent condition, 4 new tires, ra-
dio, new seat covers, $850 00.
owner traveling soon. Coll Balboa
1065 or apply in person, Fepton &
Co. Balboa.
FOR SALE:1939 Packard Six. May
be seen at house 0125-B, Morga-
na or phone 4-123. Price $300.-
00.
FOR SALI:
'50 PONTIAC Streamliner icdon
Coupe Do Luxe, with Hydra-
atatic, only 3,000 mile.
Same a new, $1,950
CIVA, S. A.
Your Cadillac Pontiac Dealor
FOR RENT
lionm*
Frigidaire, balcony, ocross bus
stop. 4th of July Ave. No. 5. phone
2-4448.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Ame-
rican home, near Ancon bus-stop,
to American woman. References
required. Telephone Panama 2-
3067. ____________
LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE:1940 Studebaker Presi-
dent. May be seen at house 7.12,
Cocoli or phone 4-123, price $200.
00.
FOR SALE:1947 Oldsmobile 98.
New rubber, radio, seat covers. One
7 cu. ft. Frigidaire. Porcelain. 419-
C. Cocoli or Wm. Bros Shop.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:1948 Harley Davidson
motorcycle 74 cu. in. Excellent
condition, reasonable Coll 4-339.
4:30 7:00 p. m.________________
DOG SAVES DAT
MIT.I.BURY. Mass., (UP).Af-
ter turning on a gas Jet while
Jumping for food on the kitchen
range, a dog bai ked and brought
aid In time to save the lives of
three members of the John
Wilkinson over-come by the
lumes.
LOST: Swedish office Calculator,
Facit, Model LX, No. 104671. The
only calculator of it kind in the
Republic of Panama. Pleosa con-
tact Tel. 2-2003, Panama. Re-
ward.
LOST: White and block puppie,
port Dachshund. Last Curundu Area
Reward. 552-B, Curundu Heights
Phone 83-5286.
Australian Pilot
Takes Off on Flight
Across So. Pacific
SYDNEY. Mar. 14 (UP)Vet-
eran Australian pilot Captain P.
G. Taylor took off from here
yesterday with a crew of four In
a Catalina flvlng boat on an
8,500 mile exploratory expedi-
tion across the South Pacific to
Chile.
Air Minister T. W. White de-
scribed the Government-spon-
sored flight as the exploration
of the last of the world's great
air routes.
The plane carried 3.000 letters
to South American stamp col-
I lectors.
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gos or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crate. Far-
macia La Esperanza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE:7 ft. 25 cycle' Frigidaire
refrigerator, good condition. House
8002 room. 25, between 3:30 to
5:30 p. m. Margarita.
FOR SALE:25 cycle washing ma-
chine motor. Price $15.00. Phone
Novy 3753.
FOR SALE:Magic Chef go stove
4-burner, Underwood typewriter,
baby crib, stroller, playpen. Phone
916, Colon.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
MISCELLANEOUS
If your Easter dress requires bottons
anr* cuftom made belt, and you
want to have that "Chic" look,
order them now at Edificio Lux
apartment 106, near Lux Theatre,
Panoma.
LESSONS
New Ballroom dance schedule. Bal-
boa YMCA, Monday 4 to 6 p.
m. Tuesdays 10 o. m. to 9 p. m.
Thursday 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Saturdays 10 a m. to 6 p. m. By
Appointments only. Coll 274-3105
before 9:30 a. m. or Balboa
YMCA. Groupc class Thursday
7:30 p. m. Hornett & Dunn.
Help Wanted""
WANTED: Moid sleep in, refer-
ences required. Telephone 3-2473.
WANTED:Young girl, correct Eng-
lish speaking, for general house-
work and care of o child. Belisario
Porras 168.
Wanted Position
WANTED:American beauty opera-
tor. Balboa Beauty Shop. Tel. 2-
2959 or 2-2657.
Graduated young man with one year
University, three years experience,
office work, seeks position in Pon-
ama or Balboo, C. Z. Write to F.
N. G. Box 36 Colon.
PERSONALS
EVA meet me ot Gatun Clubhouse.
8 p. m. Thursday March 15th.
Important. Inspector.
LONE STAR VISITORS Twelve Panama school teachers arrive In Texas, where they are
currently spending the second semester of the school year studying at Texas State College
for Women in Dentn. The girls were received at the airport by school officials, the Con-
sul for Panama and by Dr. and Mrs. William G. Campbell. Both Campbells were until last
year professors at Panama's National University, and thev were Instrumental in arranging
for the trip. At the end of the semester the teachers will return to their jobs In the rural
schools of the republic. Their schedule in Texas includes studies, visits to state institutions,
etc. They have attracted much interest in Texas with performances of the tamborito and
other native dances._______ __________/________________________
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment $100.0*
Monthly $15.00
Lots With Paved Street Prom
SI 00 Sq. Meter.
O For Rent Heavy Equipment
For Ground Leveling
O We Bent Lots at Long Terms.
Lots Club at COO and $4 00
Weekly.
PIGEONS LIKE IT
MILPORD, N. H., (UP).
Bothered by flocks of pigeons
roosting on the town hall, of-
ficials scattered liquor-soaked
corn, thinking the birds would
eat it and get drunk enough to
be captured easily. The pigeons
ate it, flew somewhat erratically
but evaded capture. They even
came back for a second feeding.
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Walter Winche
In New York
BEAU BROADWAY, JR.
The Show-Shoptalkers: The Gold Dust Twins of
Broadway (Rarer Hammerstetn) have a tremendous
advance sale (or "The Kin; and I." It follow* the I*m*H*r
patterna financial click betere opening n the White
Light arena...The Sardl layoff are wagering that UU
Hat-en (co-tar with Paul Kelly) in CUfford Odeta' The
Country Girl" will win the N. Y. Critics' Circle Award as
best actress...The Boston and PhUly oracles are rooting
. for WB. Marshall to win that group's Best Actor scroll for
his performance as "De Lawrf' in the upcoming The
Green Pastures"... After trouping In "Springtime for
Henry" for II years (between cinema chores), Edw.
Everett Horton finally brings the farce to the Golden on
Wedsdee...Producers and playwrights will be pleased to
learn that a drama critic was knighted by His Majesty,
the King of England. He Is Desmond McCarthy, a veteran
actor -assassin... The news from New Haven is that Yul
Bi^neTof^The King and 1" will rate high with New
Yorkers. He co-starred with Mary Martin in Lute Song
four seasons ago, this Is his first decent role since. Maria,
.the Darlin', recommended Yul for the part.
In the Wings: Ivor Novello. Che versatile star (who died too
young), was known as 'The British Orson Welles" Because he
LrodSced, directed, wrote the book and lunes, sang and starred in
maw LondoTmuslcal hits...Oeo. B. Shaw granting Novello an
audience cautioned: "Be careful, young man. You re spreading
yourself too thick!".. .Noveilo's mater was a renowned singer
y An interviewer Inquired: "Do you feel a tiny bit o professional
jealously when Ivor produces his extravaganzas?"...' Why should
1?" she replied. "I produced Ivor i"
Phe First-Night ers: The revival of Barrle't fantasy,
"Mary Rose." indicated his word-ballet still glides grace-
tally across the lmgainatlon. There was a generally warm
reception for the play, but not aU the notices were as pas-
sionate as aisleman Chapman's love-letter: "The most en-
dearing and enchanting production of the season .
Some reviewers trumpeted a welcome for Lillian Hellman s
"The Autumn Garden" whUe others declared a so-so
drama played second fiddle to virtuoso performances by
F. March, F. Eldridge and J. Wyatt. Reviewer Wm. Haw-
kins called it: "Absorbing and exhilarating"... A light-
as-a-cork romantic frolic. "The Moon Is Blue" is made of
Stardust and Moonbeams. Every notice was a Valentine.
Dick Watts' mash note: "Gay and charming .. Olivia de
Haviland arrived in "Romeo ft Juliet as we kissed the
col'm ta-ta.
_--------------
The Cinemagicians: Your old friends, the Goldberg, are In a
homey honey named "Molly." This group guarantees enjoyment
for every member of the family. A delightful Molly drama...
Abilene Trail" is full of hoofbeats. Theatres exhibiting it should
replace seats with saddles.. ."Royal Wedding" offers a gay musical
camper. F. Astalre. the famed footer. Is lighter than ever en his
pedals, add Jane Powell is easy on the ears and orbs. What more
do vou want?..."14 Hours" sets a tlngle-a-mlnute pace with its
suspenseful didoes. Paul Douglas and Barbara Bel Oeddes are the
marquee voltage.. ."Target Unknown" Is Is a trim tale about U. 8.
Airmen. Roger!..."3 Husbands" presents routine man-and-
womanouvers.
Stairway to the Stars: Josephine Baker's conquest of
Strand audiences is amazing. She gets standing ovations
...Despite the groaning of movie moguls, film grosses
leaped 25% last year. The Wolf is not at the gangplanks of
their yots yet. ..One rune in the "Guys and Dolls" score
not as popular as the others probfy will outlast them. An
Infections spiritual named: "Sit Down, You're Rockln' the
Boat".. Thev sav the hottest new candidate to take over
the male lead In "So. Pac." in June is Roger Dann. starring
In "The Happy Time".. "Out of This World" has 14 people
on the payroll just to help performers make quick-changes
.. .Bar husband doesn't like her friends to call Olivia de
HavlUand "Livvy." Always insists she be addressed as Mrs.
Goodrich. He calls Liwy "Mrs. G."
THIS IS YOU FtMUM THt IttADsM OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Moil tes >( on sen forum tor raedora of Thi Ponomo America*
Latttri aro received irofofull and oro handled in a wholly confidential
manner.
If you eontrrfcoto a tetter dan't bo imaatiant if r daain't aopaor the
nat day. Lettori ore poo Baaed in tha order rocaivad.
Please try to kooe Hta lattan limited ta ana aaoo lenfth.
Identity of letter writar ii bald in ttrictait confidanca.
Tkk nawtBooar nurrni na raipamibility far' itatamsnti or opinion
aaprtracd in lettart from rasdars.
REFLECTIONS
Balboa
Mail Box
Panama American
Panama. RP.
The slowly but surely ap -
proachlng deadline of the Ides of
March, otherwise known as Mar.
16. (tomorrow) the day of the In-
come tax. brings to this weary
mind many sad. rebellious and.
perhaps constructive thoughts
First my thoughts ane sad when
I think how the Canal Zone was
formerly a place where a man
was proud to work and be a part
of. Morale was high and people
were just that people who
worked together to make this Ca-
nal operate properly and effi-
ciently with the least trouble and
expense. True, there were many
problems. They were solved, how-
ever, by consideration and with
dlgn:iy between bosses, workers
and co-workers. The canal always
came first. What a contrast to
the present day of petty and In-
efficient bosses, disgruntled and
worried workers and co-workers
who have seen others get ahead
by the stab-ln-the back Inform-
ative method which apparently
is rated now above efficiency
and getting the Job done. Well we
can't live In the past but it is ob-
vious that the present can be Im-
proved In the Canal Zone.
My thoughts are rebellious
when I think of the approachirg \
burden of taxation without te-
presentation which we are about
to assume. Our forefathers estab-
lished this United States of Ame-
rica because of this same resent-
ment of taxation without repre-
sentation. They were relatively
unfettered compared to us in the
Canal Zone however, because
England was a long day's sailing
from America and withholding
statements were nonexistent. We
also have no friendly Indian* to
help as allies. As anyone who has
studied government knows, the
Canal Zone Is almost a perfect
'example of what some call Com-
munism and others call Socialism
as !t Is theoretically supposed
to be. The Government runs and
controls all enterprise with no
private business allowed. The
government also Issues all direc-
tives and furnishes everything
for the workers who have no say
In anything but who are suppos-
ed to toll together for the com-
mon betterment. Well, I don't
like It!
This brings me to my possibly
constructive thoughts. We have
in the Canal Zone two major la-
bor leaders and one association
which are all supposedly working
to Improve our condition here ac-
cording to separate alms. They
all talk as though they represent
the whole local population, but,
do they? Although each may re-
present some segment in ,;ome
ways there Is no unified, solid re-
presentation of the whole popu-
lace That is what we urgently
need!
Instead of dissipating the tal-
ents of these leaders and our
hard earned money in conflicting
representations In Washington,
we should all. and I mean ALL,
get together and state our pliglv.
This is still a free country, since
we are going to pay taxes to help
run 1' we are entitled to a voice
as to how It will be run. All state-
ments to the contrary, anyone
who pays taxes can be legally re-
presented and It Is not possible
for 5000 scattered Canal Zone
votes In the 48 States to repres-
ent us fairly here. Further, many
people here cannot vote in any
State as has been represented In
letters to your Mall Box because
they have never lived any place
except here. Now don't you peo-
ple rcoff. because you may have
children here in the-future who
will be in the same predicament.
I say. let us pool our leaders'
talent and the lobby money
which we are now donating to
diversified Interests to one uni-
fied end that end to be legal
representation In our Congress in
Washington. D.C. We would then
have some control over our des-
tinies, and our chlldrensT as loy-
al, tax paying members of the
Canal Zone.
An American Cltize-i
Labor News
And
(xmunent
By Victor Riesel
A tight-lipped man Is Sam,
The Oyster, undoubtedly he wih
clam up about his secret session
with Harry (the Nose) Bridges
in Philadelphia the other nlgnt.
There was something
fishy about that parley
which The Nose came 3,000
miles to get into and to
which all the Communist
Party's revolutionary veter-
ans paid sharp attention.
But it was no jluke.
It was one of the final stra-
tegy sessions of the long series
of double-cross-country confer-
ences. The Nose has had with
the apparatus, preparatory to
disrupting this country this
spring and early this summer.
These are the days set by some
informed diplomats as the dead-
line for action by the Soviets in
mid-Europe. \
Strikes in port cities, street
demonstrations in crowded ci-
ties, "peace" propaganda in
strategic labor cities all these
the comrades plan If we're still
in Korea by spring and are mov-
ing arms to our European al-
lies.
So Sam, the Oyster, little
known veteran of lefty water-
front-operations, and the pro-
minent Nose met to hook the
East coast up with the West.
There were other "Noses" and
other "Oysters" meeting secret-
ly throughout the world on si-
milar plans for this Is a glo-
bal operation. I'd like to chisel
it out of the woodwork for you
so It's exposed when the action
starts these Ides of March, and
later when June waterfront
strikes start busting out all over.
Only a few weeks ago, for ex-
ample, a handful of comradely
Oysters met in Warsaw In a
worldwide strategy session. So
that the Soviets know that we
know, let me report that among
those present were comrades W.
Wawllkinian of the USSR, C. V.
Alyot of Australia, Alchlfarno of
Italy, A. Presslner of Paris,
France, and Chu King, a little
man from China.
They loorked out "a pro-
gram of demands for sea-
men and longshoremen all
over the world." Which
means for 'Arry the Nose,
too. For he is the American
section leader of the Comin-
form' s seaside federation.
Then, by the sheerest coin-
cidence, no doubt, no doubt, old
razor tongue took his Nose and
ulcers on a cross-continental
hop. He knew of the Warsaw
program. And he knew too that
some of these demands were so
absurdly high that the ship-
owners would prefer to be shut
down by strikes rather than by
eventual bankruptcy.
Which Is of some consequence
to the kids dying In Korea, and
those GIs waiting for guns,
since Bridges' longshoreman,
who load those deep sea freight-
ers, have a contract expiring
June 15. No contract, no work.
No work, no loading. No loading,
no guns in Korea.
So Brother Bridges hits the
road, supposedly speaking in his
own defense to raise funds to
fight going to jail as a perjurer.
After touring West Coast cities,
The Nose was poked into Chi-
cago, Detroit, Cleveland, Bos-
ton, New York and Philadelphia
for similar parleys and propa-
ganda. So Important is the Phi-
ladelphia story he has to tell
that highly placed officers of
the 1936 Communist army In Ci-
vil-War Spain rushed to hear
Bridges.
Now it must be understood
that In their high councils the
Communist Party strategists
have been boasting that they
control hundreds of the men
who load stuff aboard the
deep sea freighters at the Phi-
ladelphia docks. It also should
be known that the comrades
have moved 200 Communist
longshoremen into the area and
plan to get them into the union
there.
It behooves the AFL leaders
to move In quickly, or much of
the stuff their people turn out
in local war factories might get
stalled on those docks this sum-
mer. Philadelphia's port Is the
ocean outlet for the world's sec-
ond most heavily concentrated
war production center.
So if the lefties get tough they
can cripple us on the East as
well as the West Coast Now do
they provoke those strikes? Well,
the answer is here on my desk,
which I'll need to fumigate
shortly, for It Is laden with co-
pies of the millions of leaflets
and booklets they plan soon to
pour into our big cities.
My boys on the water-
front, who have ways of
getting into places, tell me
that the lefties' plan is to
distribute the stuff on the
docks at 4 a. m. each morn-
ing, when most men are as-
leep or something.
This literature' la inflammato-
ry. It attempts to arouse Ne-
groes against whites. It takes
advantage of the comrades'
freedom of screech to urge labor
to act quickly to smash the
"handcuffs" on It. "The work-
ing people will fight ." the leaf-
lets shout. And of course the
pro-Communist "United Labor
Committees" everywhere offer
to lead this fight. They've meet-
lnas scheduled and soon will
rush out on the streets of our
bi" cities.
And whatever sound they
make. Radio Moscow will be
sure to see to It that it's heard
round the world. Where the
Nose goes, so goes the noise.
{Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Awaiting the Bell for the Last Round
Wtfti&
Thou Creep
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.Love Is a preposition which has
intrigued me for years, but once In a while we
have some ramifications around here which
leave you a little limp. I cannot forget the re-
cent statement of a Broadway show girl, who
n.ust go down with Juliet as a phrasemaker.
The language of love has definitely grown more
muscular of late.
A statuesque show gal named Rosemary Wil-
liamson has been Implicated In a recent swindle
accusation as the recipient of the supposed
swindler's gifts. Among other baubles she Is
alleged to have received a Cadillac convertible,
a diamond ring, a mink coat, and a diamond
wrist watch. Her boy friend, name of 81d Levy,
made only 75 a week, but he was- by no means
a slow guy with a buck.
"I never asked that creep for gifts." the lady
said, with great dignity. "He practically forced
that convertible on me."
(Oh, Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Ro-
meo? Wherefore art thou?. Thou creep,,thou?i
Miss Williamson was unaware that her Belov-
ed was mixed up In anything shady.
"I never knew he was In an Illegal business."
she said. "He always told me that he was a
gambler."
(Ah, Romeo, how couldst thou deceive me so,
tliou creep, thou? Thou sayest thou art only a
second story man. and all the time thou art in
or the ground floor, i
"He was a pest," says Miss Williamson. "Kept
very close tabs on me. He had a hoodlum
friend call me up and sav he would slash my
face so I wouldn't be so pretty."
(Mercutlo. thou bum. thou, lay down that shlv
and don't make no moves at that lady's kisser.
Flowers, yes. you may pelt her with, but if you
cut off even an inch of her nose we ain't bud-
dies no more.)
Miss Rosemary has said that "the convertible
was literally forced on her." She was asked,
how?
"That's easy," she replied,, but did not eluci-
date. The picture Is Incomplete here. How
DOES one go about forcing a Cadillac on a
lady? Do you pick up the car and hurl It into
her lap? Do you drive It Into her boudoir? Do
vou chain It on her wrist, using a diamond
chain, -of course?
(Ah. Juliet. Juliet, got thy fair frame down
off that balcony. I fain would take thee for a
spin on this brand-new palanquin, Model X with
the overdrive, i
Rosemary allows as how she sold off the
palanquin for $3,800 when she was mad at her
ardent swain, but that he bought It back for
$4.100 and gave it to her all over again. No
suitor in history, including Cyrano, seems to
have been more selfless than Sidney.
(Fal maiden, why dost thy spurn my pre-
sents? Why dost thou tread so upen my heart?
And why the hell doesn't thou get a better price
for the palanquin that thou spurnest, In
spades?)
The handsome victim of excess ardor says
that somebody swiped her mink, a couple of
weeks back.
"The other stuff." she says, "is lying around
the apartment somewhere."
Love. oh. love, oh, careless love.
Miss Williamson has adorned a musico-burles-
que called Peep Show." When asked what she
did In the show she replied: "I can do every-
thing. Including wiggling my ears."
(Oh. damsel of infinite charm, oh. maid of
endless grace, wiggle for me thy ears, that my
heart may rejoice and my spirits leap like a
frightened basketball player.)
"Our first meeting was when we went for cof-
fee," she says. "I paid the tab."
Oh. Romeo. Romeo, wherefore art thou? Thou
creep. And I do mean thou. _____________
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WHAT THE
WASHINGTON. Oeneral of the Army Mac-
Arthurs prediction of a stalemate in Korea, and
the news of another heavy Chinese offensive,
should be read in context with the planned in-
discretions of a Russian diplomat in this coun-
try Neither the diplomat in question, nor tne
man he talked to. can be identified. But the
diplomat's remarks are worth repeating.
The Russian asserted at the outset that the
only reason the "Imperialist" forces had not
been finally defeated Is that the Chinese do not
havt the necessary alrpower and other modern
weapons. In the last war. he said, the Soviet
Union built a great air force and masses of
weapons without outside technical assistance,
and while the Nazis occupied key Industrial
creas In Russia.
The Chinese had, unlimited manpower, and no
part of China was occupied. Given -technical
assistance" from the Soviet Union. Chinese de-
ficiencies In alrpower and modern weapons
could in time perhaps In a year or so De
remedied. Then the imperialists' would be
driven Into the sea. . ...
Meanwhile, the diplomat said flatly, neither
the Russians nor the Chinese would entertain
for an Instant any proposal for a settlement
which permitted the Americans to remain in
Korea, at the 38th Parallel or anywhere else.
Moreover, If by some chance the "Imperialist
forces again reached the Manchurlan and So-
viet Siberian border, or if the Americans at-
tacked the Chinese mainland, the Soviet Union
would be forced to intervene openly in the war.
These remarks can be best Interpreted in tne
light of the Russian and Chinese roles in tne
Korean war. In the first place, it I now estab-
lished, from documents captured in North Korea
and from other evidence, that plans for captur-
ing South Korea were first agreed upon between
Mao Tse-tung and Stalin during Mao's first mis-
sion to Moscow. In December IMS.
From the first. Mao's contrloutlon was to De
lr. manpower, accordingly, the Chnese armies
btgan to concentrate in Manchurlr well in ad-
vance of June 28th. The Fifth and Sixth North
Korean armies, which formed the spearhead of
the attack, were sent across the border. These
armies were actually composed of Chinese na-
tionals of Korean origin, who had trained and
fought with the Chinese Red Army. The Soviet
contribution, consisted of weapons, including
tanks and aircraft, for the Koreans (for which
the North Korean government was charged full
value). .
Meanwhile, the Chinese armies were kept in
reserve in Manchuria, in case the Dlans mlscar-
qhe WASHINGTON
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MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PIARSON
RUSSIAN SAID
rled. And the Kremlin, for 1U part, promised
the Chinese to Intervene with the 8ovlet Sibe-
rian air force If China Itself were attacked. The
plans of course did miscarry, and Mao. fulfilling
his part of the bargain, sent in his best Chinese
troops. But it is a striking fact that since the
Chinese intervention, the Chinese have been
fighting almost barehanded, with none of the
equipment which the Russians Initially supplied
to the North Koreans.
In view of the foregoing, a reasonable inter-
pretation of the Russian diplomat's remarks is
about as follows:
First. It la the primary Soviet objective if pos-
sible to persuade this country and Its allies that
no settlement of the Korean war Is possible, and
that the war is therefore endless and hopeless.
Ii the U.N. forces now withdraw, the Kremlin
will have enjoyed a marvelously cheap victory.
Yet If the UN. forces do not withdraw, and
the Chinese are defeated, It is a secondary So-
viet objective to make as certain as possible
that the UJi. forces do not take action which
would make It necessary for Stalin to honor his
bargain with China, and Intervene openly.
Finally, it Is clear that the Russians are ex-
traordinarily reluctant so to strengthen the
Chinese communslts. with aircraft and heavy
weapons, that the Chinese'might become in fact
stpreme In Asia. ...
"Technical assistance" Is no substitute for
this sort of equipment, which Chinese industry
cannot conceivably produce in the foreseeable
future.
The fact Is that the Chinese have been play-
ing Russia's game in Korea, with no compen-
sating advantages to the Chinese. If the cur-
rent offensive falls, the Chinese will then have
no alternative but to admit failure, or to com-
mit all China's bv no means Inexhaustible re-
serves of trained military manpower to Korea,
in an attempt to drown superior U.N. firepower
in human blood.
The Chinese communist leaders are anything
but fools, and they must be fully aware that
the Chinese are paying the Dlper while the Rus-
sians call the tune. A settlement becomes pos-
sible when it is In the Interests df both sides to
settle. This U why it is still hoped that the
Chinese will eventually cease to play Russia's
game In Korea, and will become willing to set-
tle on reasonable terms. This hope may well be
dashed the Chinese may by now be left with-
out a shred of independence. But there Is no
reason to assume that the hope is forlorn, ii
the UJi. stands firm. m__ .
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Tito, to please radical wing of Party,
is still a prisoner of Communism, though Yugoslav
brand is relaxing; Should Tito fall, Yugoslavia would
go back into Soviet orbit.
(Ed. Note: Drew Pearson U on a flying tour of Europe
and the Middle East, surveying the world situation.)
BELGRADE.You can't escape the fact that our new-found
friendship with Yugoslavia is nothing less than a marriajtc-of
convenience with a Communistic state. For Communism, though
somewhat relaxed under Tito recently. Is still going full blast. In
fact, Tito to some extent Is a prisoner of Communism since, In
order to please the radical wing of his party, he has toshow
he's more of a Communist than Stalin.
Therefore, the present Yugoslav Government line Is that
Stalin uses Communism merely as a cloak for Imperialism and
that Communism of the Yugoslav brand Is pure and unadulter-
ated. What most people outside this country fall to realize; is
that the hard core of the Yugoslav government was trained
either In Moscow or in Serbian Jails during the Fascist regime
of King Alexander and that they will support Tito only as long
as he retains a theoretic Communism.
This puts the capitalistic Onlted States in a more paradoxical
situation than anywhere else In the world. For, while Yugoslavia
Is a Communistic state. It remains simultaneously the greatest
thorn In Stalin's side because It demonstrates to the Red. sa-
tellites that It Is possible to thumb a nose at the almighty
Kremlin and get away with It.
Furthermore, If the United States did not support Yugoslavia
Tito unquestionably would fall and, if he fell, this country; un-
questionably also would go back to Stalin.
Thus we find ourselves In the position of inferentlally sup-
porting Communism yet opposing Stalinism. Stalinism being-Rus-
sia's aggressive demand that the rest of the world come Judder
its rule by force. SO far. the United States government has Justi-
fied Its Yugoslav marriage of convenience Just as it has ltSUHeal-
lngs with dictator nations of Latin America on the ground that
every nation has the right to choose its own form of government
so long as It does not try to foist Us rule on others. ,
Here Is how Communism works In Yugoslavia todayAll stores
are owned by the government though many store owners are kept
as their managers. Every business establishment, including any
barbershop using more than three barbers. Is operated by the
government. The stores are modern and have good-looking goods,
but the prices are terrific. Yugoslavia today is the most expensive
country In the world outside Russia. . Some party members
were formerly able to buy at special stores at special discounts
but this practice raised such resentment that the system was
abolished. . Dinner In ordinary restaurants costs almost as
much as dinner at the Waldorf and It's difficult to see how tha
average worker lives. Most of them do so by eating at govern-
ment canteens, which Is considerably cheaper though the food
is not .good. . Ration cards enable them to purchase food at
low prices but food has been so scarce that the government ha*
not been able to fulfill the amount of food each worker is sup-
posed to get on his ration card. This is where American food has
been so important to Tito at this particular time. . Foreigners
in Yugoslavia are given special tourist dinars which give them
a 70 per cent discount at all hotels and restaurants. Without this
discount it would be Impossible for tourist travel through Yugo-
slavia.
Yugoslav economic conditions are somewhat worse than In
the Red satellite countrieseven than in Bulgaria, which also
suffered from the 1950 drought. This la not due to communistic
farm collectivization so much' as to the Yugoslav ambition to
build factories In a hurry, which caused them to siphon too much
money out of agriculture and into Industrial materials. . While
the drought caused a severe crop shortage, some shortage un-
doubtedly was due also to peasant resentment against the quota
system by which he Is required to produce certain quotas for the
government. Last week this quota system was largely relaxed
another Important step In the gradual easing off of strict Com-
munism. . Before it was relaxed, however, about 11,000 Serbian
peasants went to Jail, partly for falling to fill farm quotas and
partly for refusing to Join the farm collectives. ... So far, about
19 per cent of the farms collectivized with the greatest success
are in Montenegro and Macedonia, where the farmers had little
to start with. As usually happens those with the least to lose
became Communists more easily, while the wealthier Serbian
peasants, who have fought for their land since the days oX the
Turks, went to Jail rather than be collectivized.
Communism relaxingVarious signs point to a gradual rel-
ation of strict Communism. In addition to the easing of farm
quotas, more and more people are flocking back to the churches.
. . Americans appear popular everywhereperhaps more so than
in Western Europe, certainly more so than In France and Eng-
land. . The Yugoslav press now prints full and free accounts
of foreign news and there is no censorship of foreign newsmen
whatsoever. Domestic news, however, still follows the Party line,
. Begging is now almost nonexistent In Yugoslavia whereas. 30
years ago. when I was last here, beggars were everywhere. Tipping
has also been abolished, though not entirely lived up to. Thlfjv-
ery which some years ago was the greatest curse of the countrv
now seems to have disappeared. When I was here after Wcjld)
War I it was necessary to have a gendarme stand guard over
one's baggage and then, sometimes, it was necessary to watth
the gendarme. . Hitherto Tito has held a tight, virtually a dic-
tatorial, rein over parliament, but a few days ago parliament
took at least one democratic belt over the traces against hta.
He had Introduced a criminal code which provided imprisonment
for any woman submitting to abortion. However, parliament re-
futed to apprcve this part of the law and finally decreed that
only the doctor who performed an abortion, not the woman who
submitted to it. would be guilty of crime. This Is a small strkw
in the wind but it may Indicate gradual restoration of democratic
processes in Yugoslavia. 1
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell gyndlcat*. Inc.)
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1M1
~-Mtlantic ^ociet
nu Wit j.. ria
Bo, 195, Qalun 0,Lpkon, L^alun 378
arranged a social evening at
their home at France Field, Sat-
urday evening for their son, Jack,
on his 18th birthday anniversary.
'he friends who celebrated
h Jack were: Misses Helen
Kissam, Yolanda Diez, Peggy Ha-
milton and Ruth Daniels, Messrs
John Townshend, Andrew Lim,
Jeb Wilkerson, and Richard Du-
cote.
Easter Music Program
The annual program of EastcrJ
music will be presented at the
Cristobal High School Friday at
2:00 p.m., under the direction of
Mr. O. E. Jorstad.
Selections will be given by the
orchestra and Junior and Senior
High School Choirs.
MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND DABEK. above, following heir
wedding at the Church of the Holy Family, Saturday, March
10. Mrs. Dabek was the forr.ier M.S.; Joan Kecd, of Mar-
garita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Reel. Mr. Dabek
is a professional baseball player and is' affiliated with the
Brooklyn Dodgers.
Attending Federation
at St. Luke's
A large group of Atlantic Side
residents attended the meeting
Monday, of the Isthmian Reli-
gious Federation which was heir4,
at the St. Luke's Cathedral In
Ancon.
The Atlantic Side residents
who attended the meeting and
luncheon at the Hotel Tlvoli
were: Rev. and Mrs. J. W. L.
Graham of Gatun, Rev. and Mra.
Norman Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lelgh Davis. Dr. R. R. Gregory,
Mr. E. F. McClelland. Rev. Maln-
ert Peterson, Rev. Milton Cook-
son and Rev. Philip Havener.
Dinner Being Planned in Gatun
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gatun Union Church is planning
a turkey dinner to be given st
the Gatun Masonic Temple on
April 13.
Tickets will be sold in advance
to assure all that they will be
served. They will be priced at
$1.50 for adults and 75 cents for
children under twelve.
Shower Compliments tea to be given at Hotel El Pana
Miss Donado ma April 4. All members are re-
Miis Ana Isabel Donado, whose quested to notify Mrs. Inga lilies.
marriage to Mr. Francisco Mata
Amac.or will take place in the
near future, was complimen.cd
with a lingerie shower given by
Mrs. Eduardo Fuelllebois Sunday,
at her residence in New CrLsto-
bal.
A plnk-and-blue color scheme
was used in the decorations and
at Colon 207, or Mrs. Dashwcod
Darling at 3-1544. before Mar. 29,
if they plan to attend the tea.
The president thanked the De-
corating Committee and all who
a'sslsted in making the Italian
Evening a success.
Mrs. Julio Nino won the Ma-
donna which had been painted
Gatun Civic Theater
to Present Drama
"The Inspector Calls" a three-
act drama will be presented by
the Gatun Civic Theater tomor-
row at 8:00 p.m. at the Gatun
Clubhouse theater. Tickets are
the (lifts were presented in a fio- and donated by Mrs. Jan Koer-
ra chest. | ber.
The Cristobal High School Glee
Club sans the following selec-
tions: "Gloria from the 12th
Mass," by Mozart; "Jerusalem,"
by Parker, "The Holy City," by
Adams. "Onward Christian Sol-
diers." by Sullivan and "Battle
' HyiWi of the Republic." bv H,ov-'k-
The refreshment table was
centered with a confectionary
dove holding a heart nd enou -
cled with confectionary roses,
pink carnations and blue horten-
sias repeated the color scheme.
The guests included thf
ther of the l-ride Ms. JaWoO**
sar renrdo with Mrs. Srerradn
Broo Mrs. Milton Lam. Mrs.
Alfre.l I/hischett. Mrs. Harry Si-
mons Mrs. Gilbert Jones. Mr?
Riibf n Marchosky. Mrs. Delia St.
John, Mrs. Alfredo Forte. Mrs.
Rosa Alphonso, Mrs. Gilbeit
Hawldns. Mrs. Amada Aram,
Mtss^ Xenla Villa. Adelaida Lo-
pea, Carmelo Mndez. Teresiia
Homer. Svlvla Saenz. Carmen Po
bar. Irla Hayes and Aura Vil.u.
Ferr.!eaf Chapter
to V it Royal Palm
Jtoyai Palm Chapter No. 2. Or
(i the Cristobal Masonic Temple son.
|ii;day evening with the
ibers of Fernleal Chapter No.
1 Pidro Mleuel as their guests.
Is a special meeting and will
preceded by a covered dish
dlnnei at 8:00 p.m.
All members are urged to at-
tend and bring a generous dish.
ilio. Mr.O. Jorstad directed
the Glee Club.
Mrs Eustace Lee was chalrm in
of the committee for tea. The
other ladies on the committee
were- Mrs. Carlos Alwrado, Mrs.
Paul Armentrout, Mrs. Arnold
Baker. Mrs. Herbert Bals. Mr.
Fred Bell. Mrs. Kenneth del Val-
lee. Mrs. Carlos Bleberach. Mrs.
Harry Bllgray, Mrs. Albert Da-
vis. Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld. Mr?.
Anthony Fernandez. Mrs. William
Goebertus, Mrs. George Leguii,
Mrs. Jacob Marchosky, Mrs. E'l-
wara Olsen, Mrs. Mary Parker
Stewart and Mrs. Mainert Peter-
I.A.W.C. Generil Assembly
The General Assembly of the
Colon Unit of thelnter-Amencn
Woman's Club was held Monday
at the club building, with Mrs
Ounther Hlrschfeld, president,
presiding.
Several Important announce-
ments were made. A rummage
sale in being planned for March
30.91 and April 2 and 3. All
members are requested to bruit;
contributions to the club build-
ing.
The Panama Unit of the Clun
has invited the Colon Unit to a
Jack Randall
Celetirated Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Randall, Sr..
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Schedule Cut
Starting April 1, the Ancon
Theater will be open only on
Tuesday. Friday and Sunday
nights, and Sunday afternoons,
It was announced yesterday at
Balboa Heights.
The schedule has been chang-
ed because of decreased patron-
age since the opening of the
new Balboa Theater.
Starting April 1, there will be
two shows starting at 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Friday and Sunday
and a Sunday matinee starting
at 2:30 p.m.
On nights when regular mo-
vies are not shown, the theater
will be available on a rental
basis for use by organized
groups who wish to present
plays, lectures and other enter-
tainment of community Interest.
Former Opera Star
Visiting Isthmus
On Evangelical Tour
GIVE!
The American Red Cross Is
indorsed by William Green,
President of the American Fed-
eration of Labor, as follows:
"The appeal of the Red Cross
must not fall on deaf or indif-
ferent ears. Each of as has a
share in its responsibility as we
individually and collectively
may benefit by its humane
service. In the past fiscal year
the American National Red
Cross expended over SI" million
for assistance to the armed
forres; over $14 million for vet-
erans and their dependents:
well over $6 million for disaster
relief; more than $7 million to
provide blood plasma; almost
$6 million for health promotion,
as well another services.
"In view of the critical inter-
national situation, the Red
Cross will have to be provided
with a budget of at least $85
million to meet its needs in the
current year. I call upon all
wage earners, and all American
citizens, therefore to accept
their share of this responsibili-
ty and to give in proportion to
their means in this 1951 Red
Cross Campaign."
on sale at $1.00 each and may be
reserved, by calling 5-296.
38th St. Patrick's Ball
The Knights of Columbus
Council No. 1689 is planning the
38th Annual St. Patrick's Day
Ball to b given at the Elks Home
at Brazos Heights Saturday even-
ing starting at 8:00.
Cristobal O.E.S. Club Notice
The Cristobal O.E.S. Club will
meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple with
Mrs. Alice Milburne and Mrs. Vir-
ginia Starke as co-hostesses.
All members of the Eastern
8tar are inv,ted to attend.
One of the most colorful fig-
ures in a Christian ministry is
on the Isthmus.
He Is Anton Marco, formerly
leading baritone with the San
Carlo Opera Company, who sev-
eral weeks ago gave up his ope-
ratic career to devote his time
and talents to ministry in mu-
sic.
Marco is here for the evange-
listic services of Atlantia Side
churches which Is being held
under the sponsorship of the
Latin America Missions of \ os-
ta Rica. Tonight and tomoivow
night he will appear at meeting
at the Tropical Club In Colon
and on Friday and 8aturdav
nights, when the week's large
crowds are expected, he will ap-
pear at services at tthe Colon
arena.
He will appear Sunday morning
and evening at the First Bap-
tist Church in Balboa Heights.
Both services will be broadcast.
Born in St. Louis and a gra-
duate chemical engineer, Marco,
now 36, studied In Europe un-
der Tltta Ruffo. During the war
he was a baritone in a USO out-
fit with Marlene Dietrich and
found there, as he had In. re-
cent concert appearances, that
there was the greatest response
to songs of a religious nature.
He has sung with the Associat-
ed Artists of Grand Opera, tne
Boston Opera, the New York Ci-
vic Opera and the San Carlo
group, oldest travelling operatic
organization in the world.
Last November he was asked
by the Word of Life Fellowship,
an interdenominational evange-
listic group, to join an evangelis-
tic team. He will sing here in
both Spanish and English and
In the fall, when he expects to
go to Europe, he will be able to
reach German, Italian and
English audiences through radio
froferams.
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HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-
clusively Yours: The Elizabeth
Taylor-Stanley Donen romance
Is moving much too quickly even
for MOM...Doug Fairbanks, Jr.,
I hear, has a real "sleeper" in his
independently made, "Mr.
Drake's Duck." It's abeut a duck
that lays a uranium egg.
9
It's Montgomery Clift. at a
lot less than the $200,000 he
asked for, as the lead in War-
ner's "Force of Arms"a yarn
about a G.I. and a WAC in Ita-
ly. .Ann Dvorak is boiling over
the rumor that her marriage to
Igor Dega, who's given up danc-
ing for a career as a movie
agent, is on the rocks.
"It's true that I've been so busy
in pictures that we hardly see
each other," Ann groaned, "but
we're still happily married."
Sylvia Gable is fuming over a
big Sunday supplement story on
Clark's love life. The veteran
Hollywood writer devoted most of
the wordage to Carole Lombard
and dismissed Sylvia by listing
her previous marriages.

A Southern theater owner Is
reported to have cleaned up with
Ingrld Bergman's "Joan of Arc."
He maroueed it: "Joan of Arc
Her Passion."
a a
Joan Caulfield, blushing over
her attempts at a sexv walk for
"The Lady Says No!" cracked:
"Anv chorus girl can do a sexy
walk but when I try it I look
like Junior Mtas entering an ice
cream parlor."
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Florence Marlv Is the next gla-
mour doll to get the big RKO-
oolah-lah build-up. RKO will re-
lease her independent starrer,
"Tokyo File 212.".. .Geraldine
Brooks, who leaves 'for Paris In
April for "The White Road," is
considering "The Stockings" with
Ita'tan Producer Ferrucclo Cara-
mela.
NEW TITLES
Joan Leslie and her doctor hus-
band have named their twin girls,
Patrice Joan and Ellen Marie...
Jose Ferrer can stop grieving
about Clifton Webb doing the
movie version of his stage click.
"The Silver Whistle," which has
been re-tagged "You Only Love
Twice." The character has been
changed into a Belvedere type.

Latest Hollywood tourist at-
traction is Hamburger Hamlet,
owned and operated by two film
players. Harry Lewis and Marilyn
Conrad. They feature Shake-
speare ham and such signs as:
.iThis above all t cheeze blintzes
be true.".. Vbt retakes-on the
love scenes between Jane Russell
and Robert Mitch um in "Macab"
will have Howard Hughes' per-
sonal touch.
a
It's Frank Fontaine's observa-
tion: "What most Hollywood ac-
tors want to get most out of mar-
riage Is themselves."
r #
John Carradine has settled
his California alimony troubles.
He's headed back to Hollywood
for a role in "Fortv Notches, a
big western. .. Watch for the
flash of an engagement ring on
Coleen Grey's finger. The Ro-
meo who's persuadin* her to
try marriage again is RKO Pro-
ducer Stanley Rubin. Coleen
can write her own ticket on the
big TV shows since her click in
the hour-long production of
"The Ponzi Story." She co-star-
red with Hume Cronyn and ev-
ervthing was Jim-dandy until
she saw the kinescope of the
show.
"I was horrified," whewed
Coleen. "Hume Is smaller than
I am. I looked like a big mouse
next to him."
NO. 2
Todd Karns. son of Roscoe
Karns, and his wife, Kathy, are
expecting their second addition
in June.. .The Pinza Influence on
the bobby soxers: Robert Young,
as a gray-haired college presi-
dent, rated shrieks from the
teen-agers at the preview of
"Goodby, My Fancy."
a a
Columbia's doubts about Rita
Hayworths return to the screen
aren't worrying Glenn Ford. He
says a Hayworth-Ford movie Is
In the bag and that he'll discuss
a starting date and story points
with her in Cannes on March 30.
Bearded and wearing an eye
patch to protect an infected orb
on the set of Fox's "The Secret of
Convict Lake," Glenn told me:
"Rita and I have been discuss-
ing this picture for some time
and I'm sure everybody will be
pleased with it. Our lives crossed
long before Olida.' I once ran a
water taxi out from the pier at a
local beach. In those days Rita
and papa Cansino were doing a
dancing act on the gambling
barges. I'd taxi them out to
work."
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
La bandera aliada flamea otra vez sobre Sel

"Ms sabe el loco en su casa
que el cuerdo en la ajena/9
dice el peronismo a Miller
'No nos importa cmo reaccione la opinin
en E. U. Debemos atenernos a nuestra
propia pin pblica," afirman
Piden ocho aos
de prisin para
Alb. Gainza Paz
..MONTEVIDEO, Mano 14 (UP
El matnnino "El Da" de es-
ta ciudad Inform que el Doc-
tor Alberto Gainsa Pas, editor
y director de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires, fu acusado pnr
Gobierno argentino de, violacin
de tes leyes de seguridad Ar-
gentina debido a "maniobras
tendientes a alarmar el publi-
co y difundir en el extranjero
noticias tendenciosas y falsas
que alteran el orden y la se-
guridad del Estado".
El diarlo public boy el tex-
to de la acusado hecha por el
Fiscal Argentino ante el Jues
Miguel Vignola centra Gainsa
Pas. Revel* sue La Prensa fu
cerrada, par la misma rasn in-
vocada en la acusacin contra
Gainsa Pas, y agreg que el Fis-
cal ha pedid* S anos de pri-
sin para Gainsa Pas y seis
otras personas pertenecientes
al personal de La Prensa.
BUENOS AIRES Marzo 14
tUP) Los peridicos vesper-
tinos de esta capital no publi-
caron las declaraciones del Se-
cretario de Estado Adjunto, Ed-
ward Miller, sobre el caso de
La Prensa- El nico peridico
que las coment fu el diarlo o-
lclalista "La poca" en un ar-
ticulo publicado en primera
plana bajo el titulo "La mano
que aprieta".
La poca dijo: "Con una la-
mentable impertinencia de r.H-
11er, Secretarlo de Estado A-
slstente para asuntos latino-a-
inericanos del Departmento de
Estado de los Estados Unidos,
"na quedado por fin al descu-
bierto "la mano que aprieta.'.
Si el conflicto obrero de 1*
Prensa no hubiera tenido ol'O
resultado que este, ser para
justificarlo histricamente.
"Forz dar la cara a quienes
emboscados tras prepotentes
soberanas utilizan la prensa
como Instrumento de soJuza-
Viionto de pueblos y explotacin
de pases. Y por ms que un
"funcionario" de Washington
haya hecho lo posible por co-
rregir la Impertinencia de Mi-
ller, el hecho no pierde su sig-
nificacin, ni necesita ser Io-
< l* Pac. Cal *>
EJ Ejecutivo ha fijado para
todas las escuelas pblicas
el ao escolar de 195141952
Habr una reunin
en Coln sobre
3a feria prxima
COLON, marzo 14. Esta
tarde a las 5.S0 en el edificio
de la Gobernacin, tendr una
reunin el comit organizador
de la Feria Provincial" Agro-
pecuario y Comercial de Coln,
bajo la presidencia del Gober-
nador don Carlos Alvarado, pa-
ra tratar de asuntos Importan-
tes en relacin con la misma.
A continuacin a las 8 p.m.
el comit Coln Prospera ofre-
cer un brindis en el Jardn
Monaco a distinguidas perso-
nalidades de Panam y Coln
que prestan su apoyo y coope-
racin para el xito de la fe-
ria.
Los Invitados de honor entre
otros son el Ministro de Obras
Pblicas y Agricultura y Co-
mercio, Ing. Carbonell, Ricardo
(Pasa la Pt Col 7)
El Ejecutivo ha fijado el ano
escolar para 1961-1962 de todas
las escuelas primarlas y secun-
darlas, que comenzar a partir
del prximo dos de mayo.
Los puntos sobresalientes del
Decreto indican que el ao se
compondr de 36 semanas en la
siguiente forma:
Del 2 de Mayo al 7 de Sep-
tiembrePrimer Semestre. Va-
caciones semestrales: sbado 8
de Septiembre al domingo 16.
Segundo Semestre: Lunes 17
de Septiembre a Jueves 31 de
Enero de 1952.
Vacaciones de Navidad: 22 de
Diciembre al lo. de Enero.
Las fechas para la Zona Ca-
fetalera son:
Del 9 de Abril al 10 de Agos-
to, Primer Semestre.
Vacaciones semestrales: 11 de
Agosto a 19 de Agosto.
Segundo Semestre: 20 de Agos
to a 14 de Diciembre.
Todos los planteles de educa-
cin primaria y secundarla de
la Repblica debern laborar
durante las 36 semanas, al Jle-
gar al 31 de Enero de. 1952, uno
o varios planteles oficiales no
(Pasa a la Pg. C, col. 8>
Maana iniciar la
inscripcin nuevo
Partido Liberal
Desde maana a las siete y
media de la maana se ini-
ciar en todos los distritos de
la Repblica la inscripcin del
Partido Liberal Nacional.
La Direccin General de las
inscripciones estar a cargo
de el Ing. David Samudlo, ho-
norable diputado a la Asam-
blea Nacional. En los distintos
consejos se han protocolizado
ya el Inicio de la inscripcin.
Con el Liberal Nacional, son
cuatro los partidos que se es-
tn inscribiendo en la actua-
lidad: Liberal Nacional, Frente
Patrltlco, Revolucionarlo Inde-
pendiente y el Socialista.
El Gobierno ha restituido en
sus cargos a los inspectores
Salas, Montenegro y Rodrguez
El Tribunal de lo Contencioso orden hoy que sea
restituido don Ovidio de Len
Al Comisariato le adjudican
el contrato para suministrar
leche al ejrcito de la Zona
Temas interesantes
discutirn en la
Acad. de Medicina
Maana, jueves 15 de mar-
go a las ocho de la noche,
tendr lugar en el saln de
actos del Instituto Gorgaa de
esta ciudad la vigslma-tercera
reunin cientfica ordinaria
(vigsima-novena reunin ge-
neral) de la ACADEMIA PA-
NAMEA DE MEDICINA Y CI-
RUGA.
El programa cientfico ser
1 siguiente :
1. Helmlntlasis gastro-lntestl-
nal en gatos de la ciudad
de Panam y sus alrede-
dores.Dr. Carlos Calero,
con la colaboracin tcnica
de los seores Pedro Ortiz
y Lionel de Sousa.
2. La prostitucin en Pana-
mDr. Carlos E. Men-
dosa.
A, esta reunin, como a to-
das las de la ACADEMIA PA-
NAMEA DE MEDICINA Y
CIRUGA, estn invitados to-
dos los mdicos y profesiona-
les afines de la Repblica.
Al Comisariato del Canal de
Panam se le ha adjudicaao el
contrato para suministrar la-
cne al EJ-rclto durante un pe-
riodo de tres meses. Este con-
trato sera efectivo el lo. de A-
brll y durar hasta el 30 de
Junio
Un portavoz del Ejrcito elijo
que la Divisin de Comisariatos
hizo la propuesta ms baja pa-
ra el suministro de leche ta-
ranta este trimestre. Se le ex-
tendi invitacin para que i"l-
cieran propuesta a cinco tir-
inas, pero solamente tres se
presentaron.
El contrato es para suminis-
trar 2,000 cuartos de leche dia-
rlos durante los prximos eres
meses. Toda la leche ser ob-
tenida en la lechera de Minal
la cual fu agrandada hace u-
nos meses.
Antes de la segunda 'guerra
mundial, el Comisariato sumi-
nistrad la leche al Ejrcito.
En 1942, las reservas de leche
frescas no eran adecuadas, y se
cuvo que utilizar leche en pol-
vo y leche fresca obtenidas cu
P.manii Hubo una poca en
que los Comisariatos suminis-
traban 13.000 cuartos de leche
diarlos al Ejrcito.
Tasa a la pagina 4, coi g)
Tendr Coln una
bella estatua de
Simn Bolvar
COLON. Marzo 14. (AM).
Por iniciativa del Lie. Pedro
Fernndez Parrilla y especial
colaboraclndel seor Don En-
rique Castro G, Ministro de
Venezuela en Panam, dentro
de poco la ciudad de Coln
contar con una estatua ecues-
tre del Libertador Simn Bo-
livar.
Esta estatua que ser do-
nada por el Gobierno Venezo-
lano se encuentra lista para
ser enviada a Panam y slo
se espera que el Municipio de
Coln designe el lugar donde
se ha de colocar.
Para el efecto de la selec-
cin de este lugar se ha nom-
brado una Junta en la cual
forman parte el Presidente
del Consejo de Coln, el Al-
cala* del Distrito, *i Presidan^
te de la Sociedad Bollvarla-
na y otras personalidades de
Coln.
Hace aclaracin
el Juzgado 3a
del Circuito
El Juzgado Tercero del Circui-
to nos ha remitido el siguiente
comunicado:
"Un diario local en su edicin
de hoy, anuncia equivocadamen-
te que en el Juzgado Tercero del
Circuito han desaparecido fon-
dos depositados en concepto de
fianza. La Direccin de dicho
diario ya nos ha informado que
se trata de una lamentable equi-
vocacin. Pero el tribunal desea
aprovechar la oportunidad para
invitar a todos los abogados, in-
teresados o meros particulares,
asi como a* los funcionarios de
la Contraloria General a que se
apersonen a los libros, expedien-
tes y dems documentos sobre
movimiento financiero del Juz-
gado para que se compruebe la
honradez con que se mantienen
los fondos all consignados. Tal
invitacin la formulamos de la
i manera ms encarecida".
Acuerdan medidas
para estabilizar
aqu los precios
La Junta de control de Pre-
cios se reuni esta maana y
acord algunas medidas para
estabilizar y controlar algunos
precios sobre artculos de pri-
mera necesidad.
Debido a que el articulo 5
que crea la Junta de Con-
trol de Precios ordena solici-
tar las facultades necesarias
para Imponer precios, estas fa-
cultades sern solicitadas en
el curso de la presente sema-
na y luego los precios sern
informados al pblico.
El pas entero est pendien-
te de las decisiones que ha
tornado esta maana la Jun-
ta de Control de Precios.
Seis semanas ms
viejo es uno de
los mellizos
CALCUTA, marzo 14. (UP>-
Una seora tiene mellizos, uno
de los cuales es seis semana*
ms viejo que su hermano. La
seora dl a luz hace seis se-
manas a un varn cuyo peso
actual es de seis libras. Pos-
teriormente se quej de dolores
abdominales y se comprob por
rayos X que tenia otro hijo.
Despus de una operacin fe-
liz, el primero se encontr con
un nuevo hermanlto que pesa
i libras 0 onzas.
Por medio de Decreto del r-
gano Ejecutivo firmado en la
maana de hoy y que lleva la
firma del Presidente de la Re-
pblica, doctor Arnulfo Arias
M. y del Ministro de Educacin,
han sido restituidos a sus car-
gos de Inspectores de Educa-
clones, los seores Eligi Salas,
Braulio Montenegro y Jos M.
Rodrguez Flnamor. El Decre-
to observa que como las sen-
Se informa que Mao
Tze Tung te halla
enfermo muy grave
TAIPEI, Urgente Man* 14
(UP) El Servicio de Infor-
macin Militar dijo anoche
que Mao Tie Tang se encuen-
tra gravemente enfermo un
Pekn. Se han llamado a fun-
cionarios importantes de Can-
tn para ana conferencia ui-
gente en Pekn.
Mientra tanto, a lo largo de
la costa de Cheklang las gue-
rrillas anti-comunlstas estn
lanzando ataques espordicos
contra las guarniciones co-
munistas.
tenclas del Tribunal de lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo que de-
clararon ilegal la separacin de
dichos seores de sus cargos
de Inspectores de Educacin,
obligan al Ejecutivo a pagar a
los Inspectores Montenegro y
Rodriguez los sueldos que han
dejado de percibir desde su
separacin hasta la fecha de su
restitucin, deben de incluirse
en el prximo Presupuesto de
Rentas y Gastos las Partidas
correspondientes.
Otra orden
Con la afirmacin de que "la
destitucin del profesor Ovidio
de Len se llev a cabo me-
diante un simple Decreto EJecu
tlvo, el No. 328 de 2 de sep-
tiembre de 1960 y tal acto cons-
tituye a simple vista una vio-
lacin no slo de la Ley que
concedia facultades extraordi-
narias al rgano Ejecutivo, si-
no de la 47 de 1946 Orgnica
de Educacin, en cuanto a la
estabilidad que dicho articulo
consagra "durante todo el tiem-
po que dure su eficiencia y
buena conducta y el trmino
de su licencia cuando se trate
de maestro o profesor", el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Admi-
nistrativo conden al Mlniate-
IPasa a la Pg. Col. )
Aprueban proyecto
para la lucha
contra la adosa
El Gobierno panameo acaba
de aprobar el proyecto de es-
tablecimiento de un Centro
Panamericano de Adiestramien-
to y Consulta de Fiebre Af-
tosa.
La aprobacin impartida co-
rresponde a invitacin de la
Oficina Sanitaria Panamerica-
na, de la cual Panam es
miembro y tiene varias venta-
jas para nuestro pais, pues en
menos de 24 horas se pueden
diagnosticar cualquier brote de
la glosopeda y tomar las me-
didas de control necesarias, pe-
ligro tanto ms inminente
cuanto ya hay fuertes brotes
en Colombia.
Est en Panam
sub-director de
una biblioteca
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La infantera y tanques de
la 'ONU' avanz hacia menos
de 20 millas del Paralelo 38
Muchos creen que la China comunista prepara una
contra-ofensiva para la primavera
TOKIO, Urgente, Marzo 14, de la China Comunista en la
(UP)Despachos del frente oc-
cidental de Corea dijeron que la
ciudad de Sel haba sido cap-
turada por las tropas aliadas.
Los primeros informes dijeron
que patrullas sur-coreanas en-
traron a la abandonada ciudad
y llegaron hasta la salida occi-
dental de la misma.
TOKIO, Marzo 14 (UP)La
Infantera y tanques de las Na-
ciones Unidas avanzaron hacia
menos de 20 millas del Paralelo
38 en la bsqueda de los ejr-
citos comunistas en retirada. El
Comando de las Naciones Uni-
das no quiere dar detalles sobre
el avance aliado a travs del
frente de 140 millas en Corea,
por razones de seguridad. Los
despachos del frente que des-
criben los avances han sido re-
tenidos por los censores y pro-
bablemente no sean dados a
la publicidad hasta que las tro-
pas aliadas se encuentren con
guerra de Corea, cuya partici-
pacin oblig a las fuerzas alia-
das a retirarse 130 millas antea
de poder lanzar una contra
ofensiva. Muchos creen que loa
comunistas estn preparando
una contra-ofensiva para la pri-
mavera, ya que se estn envian-
do muchos refuerzos y provi-
siones a Chunchn a nueve mi-
llas del Paralelo 38.
El General McArthur anunci
hace algn tiempo que los chi-
nos tienen un total de 43 divi-
siones con 400 mil hombres dis-
ponibles para un asalto en la
primavera. Pero mientras tan-
to. 200 mil soldados aliados sa
mantienen avanzando hacia el
norte a voluntad.
El Cuartel de Octavo Ejrcito
describi la situacin actual en
un lacnico comunicado que de-
ca: "Frente Occidentalno hay
actividad enemiga de cuidado.
Frente Occidental Central: Poco
contacto con el enemigo. Fren-
te Central: Poca o ninguna re-
el enemigo.
El General Matthew B. Rldg- sistencia. Frente Este Central:
way, Comandante del Octavo
Ejrcito dijo el Lunes que seria
una gran victoria si la guerra
no hay actividad enemiga.
En las ltimas 24 horas se
han reportado solamente dos
Contina entorpeciendo
Rusia las labores para
reunin de los grandes
Rechaz como "nula" la parte del teftjtrU qu
fue propuesta por el Occidente en Pars
Desde hace algunos dias se
encuentra en Panam Don
Juan Angel Ayes, Sub-Director
de la Biblioteca Nacional de
Honduras, quien ha venido a
nuestro pals con el objeta de
permanecer durante dos meses
estudiando la organizacin y
administracin del Sistema de
Bibliotecas de la Repblica de
Panam con miras a organi-
zar sobre bases cientficas laa
Bibliotecas da la Repblica de
Honduras.
Esta es la primera vez que
un bibliotecario centroameri-
cano hace una prctica de es
ta naturaleza en el extranjero
ye la ha tocado a la Blblio- i c
la Biblioteca Nacional,"Lie. Qa- _ r.. _
IUeo patu>0- noticia sobre un conflicto
terminara en el Paralelo 38. Sin- encuentros con el enemigo. Los
embargo, otros oficiales recuer-! comunistas lanzaron un batalln
dan la misteriosa calma que contra la la. Divisin de Caba-
prevalecl antes de la entrada' (Pasa a la pagina a columnaS
aa
; Categrica y enfticamente
LONDESR, marzo 14. (UP).
La radio de Mosc rechaz hoy
como "nula" la parte del te-
marlo propuesta por el Occi-
dente para la Conferencia de
Cancilleres de los Cuatro Gran-
des, y acuso al Embajador de
Estados Unidos, Phillip Jessup
de apoyarlo "hipcritamente".
La radio analizo la reunin
del martes de los Representan-
tes de Cancilleres en Paris y
Brindar agasajo
la Polica el 27
al Mayor Alemn
La oficialidad del Cuerpo de
Polica Nacional brindar un a-
gasajo al Mayor Alfredo Alemn,
ex-Mlnistro de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, el 27 del presente mes a
las 5:30 de la tarde.
Este acto de simpata de la
oficialidad del Cuerpo de Poli-
ca Nacional hacia el Mayor A-
lemn. tendr lugar en el escua-
drn de la Polica, y sern invi-
tados al mismo altos funciona-
rios y distinguidas personalida-
des.
dijo que los delegados occiden-
tales a la conferencia estn "es-
tancados". Tambin acus a A-
lexandre Parodi, Jefe de la de-
legacin francesa de bloquear la
discusin de las propuestas he-
chas por Rusia en la reunin.
La radio dijo que es "nulo",
como lo "ha probado plena-
mente la delegacin Sovitica",
el primer punto del temario
propuesto por el occidente que
lee asi: "Examen de causas de
la tensin internacional en Eu-
ropa y medios de lograr una
mejora verdadera y perdurable
en las relaciones entre la Unin
Sovitica, el Reino Unido, Esta-
dos Unidos y Francia, tales co-
mo medidas para eliminar el
temor a la agresin en cum-
plimiento a las obligaciones de
tratados ahora vigentes y el
examen de niveles de arma-
mentos existentes y cuestiones
sobre Alemania en este aspec-
to".
La radio dijo que el "Doctor
Jessup asegur hipcritamente
a la reunin de que la dele-
gacin norteamericana estaba
dispuesta a llegar a un acuerdo
(Pasa a Ib fg. S. Col. S)
|i detenido trat
ayer ea Coln de
quitarse la vida
COLON, marzo 14. (A.M.)
En el dia de ayer trat de,
-*Sf"5 KJ4^^""! Pouciay jlcSrSS&L'!~
Maana tomar posesin de su
cargo el Presidente electo
de Guatemala, Jacobo Arbenz
GUATEMALA, Marzo 14 (UP) programa de Gobierno de Ar-
El Presidente electo, Coronel valo.
Jacobo Arbenz Guzmn, tomar
posesin del cargo el prximo
Jueves 15, en ceremonias que
se celebrarn en el Estadio Na-
cional, en presencia del Congre-
so y pueblo Guatemalteco y las
misiones diplomticas extraor-
dinarias de diversos pases del j* acuerdo con disposiciones
munao- del Cdigo de Organizacin
Arbenz Guzman fu electo Pre J^Idal. no trabajaran los Tri-
sidente de Guatemala en elec- ^f1" Jurnte loa dia 19
m.c n.i.k.rf.. .r, Mntfi.mhr puDUca auranie ios oas i,
20, 21. 22 y 23 de los corrlen-
En la Semana Santa
no trabajar el
Poder Judicial
clones celebradas en Noviembre
del ao pasado, y reemplazar
erl ese cargo al Presidente Dr.
Juan Jos Arvalo.
Hasta el momento no hay la
menor Indicacin de las perso-
nas que formarn el nuevo Ga-
binete del nuevo Primer Magis-
trado Guatelmateco. En cuanto
a la poltica econmica del nue-
vo Presidente, ste dijo en un
discurso pronunciado poco des-
pus de triunfar en las eleccio-
nes que su Gobierno se esforza-
r para "incrementar las Inver-
siones del capital nacional y
extranjero ajustndose a las le-
yes de Guatemala y nuestros
planes de produccin."
Los observadores polticos
creen que Arbenz Guzmn se-
guir las lineas generales del
tes, dias de la Semana Santa
dedicados por la tradicin cris-
tiana a honrar la memoria de
Cristo.
El Tribunal de lo Conten-
cioso Administrativo est entre
los Tribunales que suspender
actividades durante esos dias.
El Ministerio Pblico, es decir
los despachos de los Fiscales
y Personeros, continuarn a-
blertos adelantando la instruc-
cin de los sumarlos.
CIRCULACIN PAGAD/
AYER MAS DE
22,100
En relacin con noticias a-
parecldas en la prensa local
sobre un incidente suscitado
en la trasmisin del Radio
Peridico "La Tribuna" que
dirigen los hermanos Homero
y Mario Velasquez, el Inspec-
tor de la Polica Secreta Na-
cional, Lie Juan de Dios Po-
el comandante de la
ciudad el recluso Jos Miguel i
Robles Vives.
No se saben los motivos que
indujeron a Vives a tal reso-
lucin, ya que lo delicado de
su estado no ha permitido to-
marle declaracin. Segn re-
lato de testigos del hecho, el
recluso Vives habla sido lleva-
do a la crcel hace dos dias
y se le habla recluido en la cel-
da No. 21 de la primera ga-
lera, donde permaneca con ta
celda cerrada por fuera con
candado, dado el caso que en
el dia de su detencin cuando
se le recluy en la celda No.
32 rompi la puerta de la mis-
ma con una banca gruesa de
madera que habla en dicha
celda y daado la cerradura
de la misma, introducindole en
la ranura de la llave, pedazos
de palillos y de papel.
El dia 13 de loa corrientes,
'siendo aproximadamente las
8.25 de la maana el agente
Jeremas Samaniego acudi a
los gritos del recluso Santiago:
Jimnez, quien ocupa la celda
frente a la de Vives y encon-
tr a este ltimo colgado de
una soga que haba atado al
enrejado de la pared trasera
de la celda a unos nueve pies
del suelo.
Vives despus de atar un ex-
tremo de la soga al enrrejado,
hizo un lazo al otro extremo
y se lo at al cuello procedien-
do a subirse a la cabecera de
la cama de su celda y luego
tirndose al suelo, quedando
colgado.
Al llegar el agente Jimnez,
quien acudi en compaa del
agente Jos Domingo Ramirez,
precediendo a cortar la soga de
la cual penda el cuerpo del
preso, quien an se encontraba
con vida, posiblemente debido
al hecho de que al arrojarse
los pies haban alcanzado a to-
car el piso de la celda.
A. Remn, hicieron a "El Pa-
nam-Amrica" las siguientes
declaraciones:
"Es falso de toda falsedad
la noticia alarmante publica-
da en "La Hora" de hoy, in-
form esta maana el Lie.
Juan de Dios Poveda, Inspec-
tor General de la Polica Se-
creta Nacional. El Inspector
Poveda manifest "que los
pontfices de la Intriga y la
cizaa, enemigos del actual r-
gimen estn tratando de crear
antagonismos que no existen
entre las dos fuerzas de Po-
lica, pero sus propsitos no se-
rn logrados porque existe en-
tre ambas policas y sus Je-
fes un completo entendimiento
(Pasa a la Pgina b. Columna 7) 50.
Estn mejorando
el acueducto en
San Francisco
Se estn cerrando alguno
circuitos del acueducto en la
poblacin de San Francisco da
la Caleta con el fin de me-
jorar la situacin del agua en
ciertos sectores.
En la calle cuarta de San
Francisco de la Caleta, entre
Avenida Beltsario Porras y la
carretera que va a Panam vie-
jo se est colocando una l-
nea de seis pulgadas de di-
metro para reemplazar la da
una pulgada que impedia qua
llegase suficiente agua al rea
de El Coco.
Se tiene entendido que urt
tr a b a j o similar se iniciar
pronto hacia el sector de Calla
Roosevelt Thayer
es nombrado en un
Importante puesto
En la maana de hoy fu
nombrado el 8r. Roosevelt
Thayer para ocupar un impor-
tante cargo en el Banco de
Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin.
El Sr. Thayer ocup recien-
temente el cargo de Sub-Ad-
minlstrador de Aduanas del
Ministerio da Hacienda y Te-
soro.
Efectan muchos arrestos en
Barcelona para sofocar una
huelga de 300 mil obrero*
BARCELONA, Marzo 14.
(UP). La Polica sigui con
la Investigacin de los desr-
denes del Lunes pasado pro-
vocados por el costo de la vi-
da, ordenando nuevos arrestos,
aumentando el nmero de de-
tenidos a 300 en Barcelona y
las poblaciones adyacentes.
Muchos obreros han sido
arrestados durante la noche,
cuando la polica entr en las
casas de las personas aue se
cree son "agitadores" de los
desrdenes que dejaron un sal-
do de tres muertos y muchos
heridos.
Mientras la vida comercial y
el transporte se normalizaban,
policas armados, guardias ci-
viles y marinos desembarcaron
de barcos de guerra, patru-
llando el puerto y sus alrede-
dores. Todava hay algunos
obreros en huelga, en protes-
ta por el arresto de sus com-
paeros. ,
El Lunes haba unos 300 mil
obreros en huelga y clculos
conservadores Indican que to-
dava hay unos 50 mil obre-
ros que no han regresado a
sus trabajos.
A pasar de la calma que
reina hoy en la ciudad, los
funcionarlos de la ciudad te-
men una repeticin de los su-
cesos del Lunes ste Sbado.
El Lunes los huelguistas In-
vadieron las calles derribando
Ifasa a la Pa:na t, Coi 1}
La vacunacin se
realiza tambin
en la Costa de Oro
COLON, marzo 4. (AM).
Actualmente se lleva a cabo
campaa contra la viruela en
la ciudad de Coln.
Estas campaas de vacunaa
que se efectan cada cinco a-
os. han demostrado ser muy
efectivas en la Prevensin de
la Viruela y por ello no h4
habido en esta ciudad epide-
mia de esta enfermedad por
muchos aos.
La seacln 29 de los regla-
mentos sanitarios de Coln re-
quieren que todas las personas
residentes o visitantes de la
ciudad, deben ser vacunadoa
contra la viruela.
Dos grupos de directores da
vacuna procedern de casa en
casa, dentro de la ciudad, pa-
ra evitar Inconveniencias a laa
personas. Para hacer esta cam-
paa de vacuna un xito, la
cooperacin del pblico es es-
trictamente necesaria y sera
altamente agradecida.


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PAGINA DOS
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 14, 1951
Panamamrica
MARIO INDEPENDIEN!*
NARMODIO ARIA*. DIRECTOR
IDITADO ROR 1
IDItOKA PANAMA AMERICA, . A. /
TLIFONO *-0740 (ClNTRAL pRIVADAl APARTADO POETAU NO 134
(N SU TALLUIC. SITUADOS IN ISTA llUDAO. C'-LI M. NJ. B7
HAY VALX)R CIVIL EN ARGENTINA
En esta hora de dura prueba para el pueblo
argentino en que el rgimen dictatorial del Gene-
ral Pern est ahogando la libre emisin del pen-
samiento se nota que, indiscutiblemente, hay valor
civil en esa prestigiosa Nacin del continente.
No obstante las persecuciones de que es vcti-
ma el diario "La Prensa" hasta el extremo de su
clausura, otro peridico de Buenos Aires, "La Na-
cin," levanta su bandera de protesta contra los
desmanes del militarismo entronizado y soberbio.
Es evidente que cuando se vive bajo el terror
que provoca un gobierno como el del General Pe-
rn, que se vale de todos los recursos para ani-
quilar al adversario significa mucho valor civil el
del diario aludido, compaero del clausurado, al
decirle a los dos gobernantes Pern que lo que es-
tn haciendo constituye un atropello infame que
repudia el pueblo argentino y que condena la con-
ciencia libre del mundo.
Es muy triste saber que la causa de la gente
humilde haya sido explotada por las dos personas
que encabezan el rgimen para organizar esos "des-
camisados" que con tanta demagogia invoca el ma-
trimonio que encarna un "cesarismo democrtico."
Es desconsolador que la mentira haya llegado has-
ta sus mximos lmites para engaar a una masa
sencillar y envenenarla con propsitos que desvir-
tan la causa que con ella se pretende defender.
Los "descamisados" de los esposos Pern son ape-
nas un instrumento de tipo fascista que l utiliza
para imponerse en el pas en combinacin funda-
mental con las fuerzas armadas de la Repblica.
Varios distinguidos voceros de la prensa con-
tinental han lanzado la idea de ofrecer sus colum-
nas a los colegas del diario clausurado de Buenos
Aires. "El Panam Amrica" se asocia a ese ofre-
cimiento y de la manera ms sincera pone sus mo-
destas planas a las rdenes de los rebeldes y pa-
triotas del gran rotativo bonaerense.
Hay que admitir con profundo dolor que lo
que est sucediendo en Argentina es algo alarman-
te. Se trata "nada menique el implant amiento de
sistemas importados de los pases que en los l-
timos aos han estado en Europa bajo la bota de
la dictadura. Ahora ya se lanzan acusaciones con-
tra los opositores al matrimonio Pern como si se
trata de una traicin a la Patria. Es un procedi-
miento similar al empleado en la Alemania de Hi-
tler, en la Italia de Mussolini y en la Rusia de Sta-
lin. Los modelos no pueden ser ms trgicos. Fres-
ca est la prueba, para no citar las miles que hay,
de lo que se hizo con el Cardenal y Primado de
Hungra. Ese proceso, seguramente, debe estar en
la mesa de estudio de los dictadores argentinos.
L PANAMA AMERICA
junto con los dems peridicos
libres del Mundo,
est de Duelo
por la clausura del diario independien*
te de Buenos Aires, "LA PRENSA", ese
prestigioso vocero de la opinin conti-
nental que por asumir una actitud de jus-
tificada rebelda contra la dictadura mili-
tar de Pern en la Argentina ha sido vc-
tima NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
par C. K. /
CONSULTORIO BIBLIOGRFI-
CO DEL HISPANISTA
En el Congreso de Coopera-
cin Intelectual celebrado a l-
nales de 1950 en Madrid
bajo la presidencia de honor
de don Ramn Menndez Pi-
da), alta cumbre de Intelec-
tualidad se estableci la evi-
dencia de que "es absolutamen-
te necesario facilitar a los es-
tudiosos de todos los paises <\
conocimiento de los valores his-
pnicos ya clasicos y tradicio-
nales, y abrir una va segura
y asidua de informacin cul-
tural por la cual llegu a los
hispanistas del Viejo Mundo y
de Norteamrica la noticia fiel
y cuidadosamente valorada de
cuanto signifique movimiento
ideolgico y artstico en el m-
bito intelectual espaol".
Esta ha sido la razn esen-
cial que ha llevado al Institu-
to de Cultura Hispnica a crear
el "Consultorio bibliogrfico del
Hispanista", adscrito a la Ofi-
cina de Cooperacin Intelec-
tual.
A mi me parece esle Con-
sultorio de una importancia
trascendental. Es tanto como
poner a disposicin de los hom-
bres de ciencia, de los curiosos,
los archivos de Espaa, las bi-
bliotecas de Espaa, para que
en ellos encuentren la satis-
faccin de sus anhelos de sa-
ber. Y este consultorio atende-
r lo mismo el punto concreto
que la visin de conjunto: ofre-
cer la documentacin autn-
tica, evacuar las consultas con
la mayor exactitud y rapidez
posibles.
El Consultorio Bibliogrfico
puede decirse que es hoy una
necesidad. No es posible que el
tesoro de la historia de Am-
rica se reserve a unos cuantos
y que estos cuantos impidan
que lleguen a el las ansias de
los ms, unas veces por una
vanidad o un orgullo mal en-
tendidos; en la mayora de las
ocasiones por mala fe, dispues-
tos a hacerse de una exclu-
| siva para la cual no tienen de-
recho alguno
Este nuevo departamento de;
la Oficina de Cooperacin In-1
ielectual adscrita al Instituto1
de Cultura Hispnica, cuya se-
de se halla en Madrid, facili-
tar relacin ordenada sobre la
bibliografa existente en torno
a cualquier tema de Inters pa-
ra la Amrica de habla espa-
"uia y djlas fuentes sarn las
blblioteHDrifcas llrovlsttb y de
mayor fatnn en Espaa. Tales
la Nacional, lav de las Reales
Academias de la Lengua, la
Historia, Bellas Artes de San
Fernando y Ciencias Morales y
Polticas; de) Ateneo, de las dis-
tintas Facultades de la Univer-
sidad de Madrid, del Consejo
Su p e r 1 o r de Investigaciones
Cientficas. Se facultarn co-
pias mecanogrlcas. cuidado-
samente compulsadas, de los
captulos y paginas que se de-
seen o reproducciones en lo
que se denomina "microfilm".
Tambin se prestar el mismo
gnero de informacin en todo
lo que respecte a materiales de
trabajo contenidos en las colec-
ciones de revistas y peridicos
espaoles que se conservan en
la Hemeroteca Municipal de
Madrid, en la Hemeroteca de
la Biblioteca Nacional y de la
Subsecretara de Educacin Po-
pular y en las secciones heme-
rotequisticas de las bibliotecas
que he mencionado ms arriba.
Igualmente se pone a disposi-
cin del Investigador el Archi-
vo Histrico Nacional, en lo re-
lacionado con el proceso de cul-
SALPULLIDO?
Da excelentes resultados bomba ^^ r
"terzn"
controlada por radio
VELAS EN LA TORMENTA
Por ALDOR
Caus destruccin
en objetivos de
los comunistas
Podra salvarse la paz si
los pases americanos forman
un frente nico de defensa
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 14 (UP" entregamos a la serena medi-
El Embajador del Ecuador, tacln y evocamos las conquls-
Luis Antonio Pea, declar que tas alcanzadas por nuestros
podra salvarse la paz si los pueblos en la vida de la r
pases americanos forman un cin inter-continental que
frente nico en defensa de la
civilizacin occidental. El Em-
bajador Pea habl en un al-
muerzo en su honor en el Wal-
dorf Astoria brindado por la
Sociedad Panamericana.
Pea dijo en parte:
tura hispnico.
Se agrega algo
'Como por arte de magia'
puede obtener
#) Estufas de kerosene
Bicicletas "Viking"
Suscribindose hoy mismo en nuestro
CLUB de 50 Semanas
Vistenos
Avenida Ceutral 91
ELACUH.A
han
cimentado sobre bases inconce-
bibles el ideal panamericano
de unin, solidaridad y cola-,
boracln fraternal en todo
campo de actividad entre noes-
tras naciones, formando un
'Si nos frente nico como si furamos
--------- un slo cerebro y una sola vo-
luntad, acaso con ello lograra-
, mos preservar la paz, conju-
Se agrega algo oe un al; rBmio el peltapoivde una nueva
cana incalculable. Se pondr raucrrlk,
en cbinunlcacion. por medio del rjeclar que tounca ha pasa-
Consultorio Bibliogrfico del do ]a humanidatFpor la crisis
Hispanista, a los Investigadores actual, "ni en tiempo del teml-
de cualquier especialidad, po- hle y'poderoso imperio Roma-
ca o tema de tipo relacionado n0" Agreg que "parece que se
con Espaa o Hispanoamrica, hubieran desvanecido los bene-
de todas las latitudes y longl; fjcjog de ia paz y el peligro de
tudes del mapa, lo que har.una nueva hacetombe se cirnie-
ms efectiva la investigacin y! ra sobre nuestras cabezas."
ms rpida. pena dijo que si la humanl-
, dad se ha dividido en dos ban-
Un punto mas sugestivo: el dos uno defendiendo la clvili-
Consultorio Bibliogrfico del ,_acion occidental y otro tra-
Hispanista disfrutar del acce- tar,do de destrozarla, "enton-
so a los archivos particulares ces estamos obligados a Impe-
de algunos eruditos espaoles dlr que el enemigo logre sus
que estn dispuestos a prestar fjnr\s," Pidi que se condene la
esa generosa ayuda. Por ejem- agresin para siempre y se re-
plo. el profesor Dmaso Alonso suelvan lcn problemas pendien-
posee una documentacin, re- tes en las Americas con un es-
unida en aos y aos, al re-
dedor de la poesa medioeval:
el poeta Luis Rosales tiene un
completsimo fichero de Ma-
nuscritos de poesa castellana
del siglo XVII. Dgasenos si
esto no constituye* una ayuda
formidable para la Investiga-
cin de nuestros eruditos. Y
qu resultados cabe prever.
No olviden los investigadores
de nuestra historia, de nues-
tras letras en general, este
Consultorio Bibliogrfico d e 1
Hispanista. Hallarn en l el I
mejor de los colaboradores.
Y he aqu uno de los frutos
de sazn de aquel Congreso de!
Cooperacin Intelectual que pa-'
s casi desapercibido entre nos-
otros y que, sin embargo, sig-
nificaba algo sustancial para
nuestra cultura.
pritu de equidad y justicia.
Jamones
importados
PEK
KRAKUS
DREWS
los ofrece:
COMISARIATO
TACAROPULOS
Tel. 1000 Coln.
Alivio ms rpido era
Talco Antisptico
ANIMEN
Por contener tres notables ingredien-
tes medicinales, Aomen, adems de
aliviar, proteaer y traer b'snemr, pro-
porciona mltiples beneficios.
Suave v calmante. Aromen inicia en
tefuida la mejora reduciendo la irri-
tacin y eliminando las molestias.
selo!
Slo ea talca anwpti'co
cea Amara, poaae dar
los resultados dr Amata.
TALCO
AMMEK
Ayuda a zonas poco
desarrolladas es ia
llave de seguridad
TOKIO, Marzo 14 (UP) -Un
portavoz de la Fuerza Area
de los Estados Unidos dijo que
la bomba "Tarzn", controlada
por radio, se porto bien bajo
"excelente control" destruyen-
do objetivos comunistas, inclu-
yendo cuatro puentes.
Los pilotos de los bombarde-
ros B-29, quienes usaron la
nueva bomba guiada por radio,
dijeron que sta respondi to-
das sus direcciones y duran-
te el descenso se port "exce-
lentemente."
La Prensa Unida inform
desde Washington que dos nue-
-----------------------,------------
a. Los niveles de vida de -*.*
regiones aumentarn notao'e-
.nente la esperanza de ma.c-
r.cr la pa, dice la Junta en un
informe pare el Presidente Tru-
..-.m. sobre el estudio que aca-
ba de efectuar con respecto a
las reglones poco desarrolladas
Truman design una Junta
integrada por doce miembros en
noviembre y le solicit hiciera
una revisin de esa politic y
que sugiriera mtodos para al-
canzar* ms rpida y eficlente-
:..rnte el deseo de los Estacio-
Jnidos de ayudar a elevar el
nivel de Vida de las reg ones po-
co desarrolladas.
El Informe dice: "Huy pueb.os
...in libres que hacen frenic a
WASHINGTON," Marzo 14. dos amenazas principales: una
iSISi La Junta Asesora d" * la agresin militar y la sub-
Fomento Internacional cor.si- hersin y la otra es el haniore.
-era que "el fortalecimiento de la pobreza, la enfermedad v el
a economa de las regiones po- analfabetismo...
jo desarrolladas y el mejora- T .
miento de sus niveles de vida I* Junta Asesora reconoce
-eben considerarse como parte h primer imperativo debe
vital de la movilizacin de los *r reconstruir una fuerza i:l-
Eotados Unidos para la Defui- lllar su''?iente para resistir a
I a agresin. Pero la estrategia
general adoptada por el mundo
libre debe ser suficientemente
amplia para disipar la amena-
za del colapso econmico y so-
cial de adentro as como la n-
Abarroir Nacional, S. A.
Por disposicin dt la Junta Direc-
tiva, ctase a los seores accionistas
para la Junta Ueneral Ordinaria de
Ai. mm,in que tendr lufar el Jue-
ves 29 dr los corriente* a Las 8 p.m.
en rl aaln de actos de la Cmara da
Comercio, Industrias y Agricultura de
Panam, can I fin de considerar y
resolver los siguientes asuntos:
lo.Cumias y Balance de Situa-
cin.
2o.Eleccin da Junta Directiva.
Se advierta que. de acuerda can al
Artculo undcimo de los Estatutos, el
libro de Resist de Acciones ser
errrado rl 22 de esle mea.
Panam. Mario 13 da 1051.
El Presdeme,
VICTOR M. TEJEIRA P.
reinado tpico
Intensa actividad han dea*
plegado d u r a n te los ltimo
das las candldatas del Reina-
do Tipleo Nacional a fin de
aportar' la mayor cantidad do
votos en el tercer escrutinio
de este certamen, el [cual so
realizar el sbado 17 del pre*
sent en los salones de la Con-
federacin de Asociaciones C-
vicas Interioranas: Ave. b No,
4fi (altos de la Nueva Campa-
na).
Segn se nos informa, esta
escrutinio ser determinant
del triunfo final', pues todo pa-
rece indicar que las candida-
tas de las provincias de Cocl,
Los Santos, Darin, Ctalrlqu,
Coln y Panam han logrado
constituir fuertes reservas para
oponrselas a las candldatas d
Herrera, Veraguas y Bocas dtt
Toro que se mantienen a la
cabeza del reinado.
Con el fin de intensificar loa
preparativos para este eran,
certamen tipleo nacional, el
viernes 16 a las ocho de la no-
che se efectuar una gran re-
unin con todas las comisiones,
en la escuela Nicols Pacheco,
para lo cual se encarece pun-
tual asistencia.
vos tipos de bombas guiadas
por radio se estn usando en
Corea: la "Tarzn" de 27 pies
de largo, y la "Razn" de mil
libras
El cuartel de la Fuerza A-
rea de los Estados Unidos en
el Lejano Oriente dijo que la
"Tarzn" esta siendo usada
contra varios objetivos, inclu-
yendo puentes de acero.
Los puentes destruidos por
la "Tarzn" fueron el da
Kangye, Manpojin, cerca de la
frontera de Manchurlan, y
otros dos puentes de "solida
construccin" en' Pyongyan y
Kolndong, en Corea del Norte,
cerca del Ro Yal. Un por-
tavoz de la Fuerza Area dijo,
que la explosin de las bom-
bas es enorme, y cada vez qua
una de stas bombas explot,
lanz las vigas de los puentes
a una altura de 150 pies.
La "Tarzn" ha sido usada
en Corea en cantidades limi-
tadas desde agosto de 1950. La
bomba es controlada por un
radlo-t ransmlsor desde el
avin, y recibe las seales por
medio de un radio-receptor,
teniendo una luz para que el
bombardero pueda verla a tra-
vs de la mira de bombardeo y
menaza de agresin de afuera", controlarla en su descenso.
Abattoir Nacional, S. A.
Por disposicin de la Junta Directi-
va, citase a los seores accionistas pa-
ra la Junta Ueneral Extraordinaria
dr Accionistas que tendr lufar el
Jueves 29 de los corrientes en el aa-
ln de actos de la Cmara de Comer-
cio, Industrias y Agricultura de Pa-
nam, Inmediatamente despus de la
Junta General Ordinaria del mismo
da, con el fin de considerar y resel-
ver los slffenles asuntos:
lo.Reforma dr la rlusla 3a. del
Pacto Social y del Articulo
5o. de los Estatutos,
lo.Emisin de Cdulas Hipote-
carlas.
Se advierte que. de acuerdo con el
Articulo undcimo de los Estatutos,
el libra de Registro de Acciones ser
cerrado el 22 de esle mes.
Panam. Marzo 13 de JSSI.
El Presiden le,
VICTOR M. TEJEIRA P.
As era antes!
SALIDAS OE roci'MKN:
Para mayores Informes:
Ahora todo el Mundo viaja
a COSTA RICA
en los modernos aviones de
LACSA!
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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
ba sido, as y ser siempre un (ran factor en el desarrollo
' y progreso de Panam.
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MIRCOLES. MARZO 14. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRE1
"La voz de La Prensa no podr oira'^
en Washington'V!^'1!6!!
en Argentina pero s
El Daily News ofrece a este
todo el espacio que quiera
para escribir editoriales
WASHINGTON, Mar. 14. (UP)
El "WashinKton Daily News",
en un editorial publicado en
las primeras pginas cosa
Inslita en este diario dijo:
'No puede oirse la voz de La
Prensa en Buenos Aires. Pero
"El representante latinoame-
ramos que a los dirigentes de
La Pre.sa les sea til ese es-
pacio en las pginas del Wash- ricano ya ha llamado exira-
ineton Daily News, especial- pflc almente la atencin de las
mente durante la Conferencia Naciones Unidas sobre el (tol-
de Cancilleres que se reun- P descargado contra La Pren-
r acu dentro de dos semanas ,, Esperamos que esa situa-
"pedT orse en Washington." La ^ Prensa podr dirigirse^ ^6n tambin sea pamela :,1
P El Washlngtpn Daily News mientras ellos estn en Wash-1 menos su discusin^ en Jos de-
ofrece hoy a La Prensa un es- lngton. a los representantes di- bates de la Reunion de Can-
Sacio dtarfo en sus pginas plomtlcos de todas las naci- ^""UbrlT a ff^es ^"Ltl6 m*ls
"Nosotros facilitaremos el es- nes del hemisferio."
padio que sea necesario para "Nuestra idea de invitar a La
%*. w "*-*" -""" WASHINGTON. Marzo 14
^~y (U8IS1. Un funcionario mu-
nicipal present la llave de la
de Prensa del Peru, para que ciuda(j de Washington a Eduar-
todos los peridicos de Ame-; d0 rjibos, Alcalde de Lima, y
rica dedicaran todos los dies. rectbl una grata sorpresa
parte de su espacio a la si- ^ Dlbos a su vez le pre-
tuacion de La Prensa. Nos. gus- sent la Uave de ia 'antigua
tarta ver una columna diaria d d d ..
bajo el nombre rV b 'J' , f e reclbld0 por John
en donde se publiquen opinio- ""{, mine Presidente de
nes del diario en todos k,, pe- ; 5u^5"tftY2"n^K^08 Que
ridlcos de norte y suramcrica. i ^^^ ^dT.D^s "vi-
sitar otras ciudades de los Es-
dos en varias ocasiones y a-
cepto con-gran placer vuestro!
mensaje de amistad para el
pueblo del Per. Deseo por mi
parta presentaros la llave de la:
ciudad de Lima. Es una repro- j
duccin de la llave que el Mo- j
narca de Espaa envi al VI-,
rrey del Per para abrir las I
puertas de los muros de
ciudad.
"Esta llave simboliza que las
puertas de Lima y de todo el
Per estarn siempre abiertas
para vos y para el pueblo de
los Estados Unidos. Os la pre-
sento con toda nuestra amis-
tad.
publicar los comentarios edito-
riales del personal de La Pren-
sa."
El Dally News ha comunica-
do cablegrricamente a los di-
rigentes Ce La Prensa que pue-
den disponer inmediatamente
de ese espacio por todo el
tiempo que lo deseen. "Espe-
Prensa a que deje oir su voz
en Washington surgi como
consecuencia de la propuesta
de Herbert Moses, Presidente
de la Asociacin de Prensa
Brasilea." El seor Moses su-
giri' que todos los peridicos
brasileos dedicaran un cuar-
to de columna todos los das
: comentarlos editoriales de La
Prensa.
"un verdadero esfuerzo no slo
para utilizar a los pequeos
negocios sino para mantener-
los plenamente informados dt
las oportunidades que se en-1 formul su propuesta de acuer-
cuentran dentro de su capa- do con sugestin que le hizo
cldad." un miembro de la Asociacin
"De acuerdo con Informacio-
nes de prensa recibidas aqu, el
seor Moses aparentemente
RICARDO MONTALBAN EN PANAMA. El famoso astro de
la pantalla norteamericana y mexicana, con su esposa de re-
greso a los Estados Unidos a bordo de El Interamericano,
despus de asistir al festival cinematogrfico que tuvo lugar
recientemente en Montevideo. La seora Montalbn es her-
mana de la conocida artista Loretta Young. I-as distinguidos
viajeros llegaron a Tocumen y est* hospedados en el Hotel
El Panam.
Alcanza excelente progreso
programa de defensa, de E.L1.
MIAMI, Flo.. Marzo (USIS)
A pesar de los numerosos
problemas que envuelve, el pro-
grama de defensa de los Es-
tados Unidos est alcanzando
excelente progreso, de acuerdo
con lo que declara el Secre-
tario del Ejrcito, Frank Pace
Jr.
En una charla con un gru-
po de hombres de negocios de
esta ciudad, el Secretario Pace
se .refiri a las dificultades
del entrenamiento -de miles de
hombres bajo el nuevo pro-
grama. Aludi asi mismo a la
extraordinaria tarea de abas-
tecer a las fuerzas de los Es-
tados Unidos en Corea en a-
poyo del esfuerzo de las Na-
ciones Unidas para repeler la
agresin comunista all. Pera,
dijo, "los servicios de abaste-
cimiento en todos los niveles
han cumplido su tareas mag-
nficamente en respaldo de es-
tos valerosos combatientes."
Programas de adiestramien-
to realistas han dado a las
tropas de los Estados Unidos
una preparacin muchsimo
mejor para cualquier eventua-
lidad, dijo Pacaje
Et Secretarlo freg que ha-
ba revisado cuidadosamente
todo el programa haciendo uso
en el mismo- de cuanto es po-
sible de los pequeos negocios
para forjar la defensa. Dijo
que el ejrcito est habiendo
AQU ESTA
EL CLUB DE LOTES EN EL PARQUE LEFEVRE,
DE B 4.00 SEMANALES.
ESCOJA SU NUMERO FAVORITO HOY !
CA. DE LEFEVRE, S. A.
Calle A No. 5 Telfono: 2-3333
en Washington."
tados Unidos para estimular el
inters por el Congreso Vial
Panamericano que se celebrar
en Lima en octubre. Ser el pri-
mer congreso en su clase en
los ltimos diez aos, dijo Dl-
bos a los periodistas.
En la .ceremonia de bienve-
nida, el Comisionado Young
dijo al presentar la llave al
I Alcalde Dlbos:
... ,,.,. "Nos sentimos hondamente
, Ad?1*",e,.^.r,n6ifnta?IS52 honrados de tener a tan dis-
tabloide Washington Daily Unld0 vlsitante en la capt-
News publico tres lnformaclo- t ,*, tot d Unldos $_
"? 8hLCnaeldtn^ u nf '-te Qe acePtls esta llave
3Xfo 5inP,n aL,' fiL? ' como un tributo que os rinden
Dr. Alberto Galnza Paz, dlrec- .de Washington .
tor del diario argentino. I El Alcalde Dlbos contest:
"He .estado en los Estados Un-
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PAGINA CUATRO
El PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 14, 1951)
Gran xito alcanz el mitin
en Penonoin en favor de la
construccin de un edificio
la jiv
PENONOME, 14 de Marzo
(Corresponsal) Muy concu-
rrido result el mitin que la
Cmara de Jvenea de Penono-
m auspici para pedir al pue-
blo penonomeo cooperacin en
construccin de un cmodo, .se-
guro y mderno Ciclo SecunJa-
rlo. Previo al mitin una entu-
siasta manifestacin record
las calles de la ciudad enca-
bezada por la Banda de M-
sica de Penonom y finalmente
U muchedumbre se congreg
frente al Parque Pblico des-
de cuyo kiosko expusieron su
opinin los distintos oradjres
entre los cuales habia estudian-
tes del Ciclo Secundarlo. Pre-
sent a los distintos oradores
el profesor Roberto Jan y Jd*n
pi estante unidad de la JlTefl-
tud coclesana, y todos ilustraran
en forma amplia a los concu-
rrentes. Muy comentado u el
discurso del presidente de la
Cmara de Jvenes de Pendi-
me don Juan de Dios Herrera
quien expuso en forma clara
la necesidad del Ciclo y susi-
rl la manera como todos ios
penonomeos podran cooperar
a su construccin urgente. Fu
esta una reunin perfectamen-
te ajena a la poltica y en ella
pudimos observar a prominen-
tes personalidades panameas
que entienden plenamente la
necesidad de que Penonc.r.
tenga un Primer Ciclo Secun-
dario a tono con las modernas
exigencias pedaggicas-
Un interesante programa se
celebrar en Pes este mes
PROGRAMA
De las fiestas del Glorioso
Patrono San Jos, que la Aso-
ciacin Civica Pes Unido, des-
arrollar en la ciudad de Pes
los das 16, 17 y 18 de marzo
de 1951.
Da 16 Viernes
12 m. Entrega de las lla-
ves del Distrito a 8. M. Nllsa
la. por el seor Alcalde, Ole-
gario Guillen P. Gran tuna pre-
sidida por la Reina.
I p.m. Brindis de "chicha
de maz" ofrecido al pblico
por S. M Nilsa la. Palabras
. alusivas al acto por un hijo
de Pes.
6 p.m. Recibimiento al
Excmo. seor Presidente de la
Repblica doctor Arnulfo Arlas
M., y su comitiva, por S. M.
Nilsa la., Reina de la Caa de
Azcar, su corte y el, pueblo.
El Presidente doctor Arnulfo
Arlas M., aprovechara su visita
para inaugurar la carretera
Chitr-Pes.
7 p.m. Salve solemne.
8 p.m. Fuegos artificiales.
confeccionados por el famoso
pirotcnico don Juan D Lpez.
9 p.m. Coronacin de la
Reina S. M. Nilsa la.
1Entrada de 6. M. Allela I..
Reina de la' Caa de Az-
car de 1960.
IEntrada triunfal de S. M.
Nilsa la., Reina de la Caa
de Azcar de 1951 y sue
damas de honor.
x ICoronacin .de 9. M Nilsa
la., por 8.. M. Alelda la.
Reina saliente
4Condecoracin con la Meda-
lla de Oro, creada por "Pes
Unido", a 8. M. Nilsa la.,
por el seor Miguel de la
Torre, Presidente de la A-
sociacin "Pes Unido".
t Lectura de los Decretos Rea-
les.
IPuntos tpicos pre parados
por las seoras Margarita
Lozano y Saturnina Trejos.
7Homenaje potico a la Rei-
na por el bardo peseense
Manuel S Guillen.
IBrindis. La Reina brindar
guarapo helado a los asis-
tentes al acto de la coro-
nacin.
10 p.m. Gran baile con
trajes tpicos! amenizado por
la famosa orquesta Ochoa.
II p.m. Entrega de pre-
mios a la mejor camisilla y
meior pollera que se luzca en
el baile.
12.30 a.m. Visita de la
Reina y su Corte a los bailes
populares.
Dia 17. Sbado
8.30 am. Misa solemne.
9.30 a.m. Suntuosa proce-
sin del glorioso Patrono San
Jos por las calles de la ciu-
dad,
10.30 a.m. Inauguracin
| -del cuadro de basketball y gran
partido de baloncesto.
; 2 p.m. Rifla de gallos.
4 p.m. Desfile de carretas
"B. M. la Reina, en traje tpico,
ob.seqular al pblico con los
distintos productos de la Ca-
a de Azcar: raspaduras, mel-
cochas, azcar, canutos
; 6 p.m. Gran tamborito en
el cuadro de basketball.
8 p.m. Barco y Castillo,
riel representacin histrica de
los combates entre Piratas y
Reyes. Tradicional comedia que
caracterizaba las fiestas de la
ciudad de Pes. Primera escena.
9 p.m. Inauguracin de la
Exposicin de cuadros a lDiz
del artista peseense, don Ma-
nuel S. Ouilln, por 8. M. Nil-
sa la. Palabras alusivas al ac-
to por un hijo de Pes.
10 p.m. Gran baile de ga-
la amenizado por la famosa
orquesta Ochoa.
12.30 am Visita de la
Reina y su Corte a los bailes
populares.
Dia 18 Domingo
I a.m. Paseo al Rio de Pa-
rlta. Inmediato al hermoso y
muy cercano casero a Pes, el
Pedregoso, con asistencia de 8
M. la Reina y su Corte.
2.30 p.m. Develacin del
busto del extinto don Jos V-
rela B. quien fue hombre em-
prendedor, industrial y de ne-
gocios.
1Palabra.s de apertura del ac-
to por el seor Miguel de la
Torre, presidente de la aso-
ciacin Pes Unido.
8 Pieza musical.
SDiscurso por el seor Con-
cepcin Vargas Jr. a nom-
bre de la Asociacin 'Pes
Unido".
4Pieza musical,
iPalabra por el seor Fran-
klin Arjona, orador por el
pueblo de Pes.
6Pieza musical.
7Palabras por un represen-
tante de la Colonia Espaola
residente en Panam,.
8_Develacln del busto de don
Jos vrela Blanco, por un
hijo del ettinto.
9Palabras por el seor Jos
Manuel Vrela, en represen-
tacin de la familia Vrela.
10-Hlmno Nacional.
4 p.m. Paseo de la Reina
y su Corte en el barco, acom-
paada por la orquesta.
6 p.m. Cabalgata con par-
ticipacin de S. M. la Reina y
su Corte.
7 p.m. Concierto en el par-
que.
P, pm. Barco y Castillo. Se-
gunda escena de esta histrica
comedia en la cual se repre-
senta el ataque e incendio del
Castillo por los piratas del bar-
co.
9 p.m. Gran baile de dis-
fraces amenizado por la famo-
sa orquesta Ochoa.
11 p.m. Presentacin de
las candidatas del Reinado de
Azuero y celebracin del 5o.
escrutinio del mismo.
12.30 a.m. Visita de la
Reina y su Corte a los bailes
populares.
Nota:El premio a la mejor
camisilla ha sido donado por el
seor don Nonda Huerta para
que la Asociacin Cvica "Pe-
t Unido" lo ofrezca al gana-
dor. El premio a la mejor po-
llera fue sugerido por las s-
/oras Margarita Lozano y Sa-
turnina Trejo, autnticas ol-
klorlstM.
Muchas personas
llegan a Penonom
para las fiestas
PENONOME, Marzo 14.
Corresponsal. A medida que
se aproxima la Semana Santa
es mayor el nmero de gentes
que llegan diariamente a Pe-
nonom con el objeto de per-
manecer en la poblacin a
presenciar las festividades re-
ligiosas de la Semana Mayor.
La ciudad est muy animada
y au delicioso clima, y los es-
plndidos balnearios de su rio
constituyen para los visitantes
motivo de halago.
La Junta de Festejos de Se-
mana Santa est presidida
por don Agustn Jan Arose-
mena a quien acompaan en
la organizacin de las fiestas
religiosas prestantsimas da-
mas y caballeros de Penono-
msea observada con devocin.
Un eminente sacerdote jesuta
estar en Penonom para los
dias santos con el objeto de
predicar a las multitudes de
fieles de la ciudad y del cam-
po.
Es bien sabido sue el arre-
glo del santo Monumento el
Jueves Santo y la procesin
del Viernes Santo en Penono-
m, no tienen parangn en
ningn otro pueblo Interiora-
no. Millares de campesinos ele
la sierra distante y de las
vastas llanuras coclesanas con-
curren al pueblo el Viernes
Santo como si quisieran reno-
var su fe ante el Cristo ex-
nime. Se espera que este ao
presencien las procesiones de
Semana Santa en Penonom
Anuncian descubrimiento para
combatir a la fiebre Aftosa
MUELLE DE PEDRF.GAL. La plataforma .del muelle de
Pedregal, en la Provincia de ('biriqu, estaba completamente
en ruinas, hasta ahora cur.ndo la actual administracin cons-
truy nna plataforma y procedi a laa labores de reparacin
correspondientes. La foto maestra como se-halla ahora.
Lo ha realizado el Instituto
del Suero de Dinamarca y se
asegura que es algo eficaz
La Escuela Rural y la Proteccin
Socio-Econmica de la Repblica
Por el Lie. Ricardo Jan Jr.
(Conclusin)
81 en realidad se quiere, que
la escuela rural cambie el atra-
sado y doloroso mtodo de vi-
da de nuestro campesinado,
pues esa debe ser su misin,
que haga de esos humildes se-
res humanos, individuos sanos,
que produzcan todo lo nece-
sario para vivir mejor, tendrn
que eliminarse las escuelas ais-
ladas y formarse verdaderos
ncleos escolares.
Los maestros deben especia-
lizarse. Es decir, el maestro que
va a ocuparse en actividades
acadmicas debe especializarse
en esa i direccin. Lo mismo,
que aquellos que van a ense-
ar los diferentes oficios que
irn a constituir modos de vi-
da para los habitantes de las
regiones que los aprenden en
esas escuelas. Tejidos, carpin-
tera, alfarera, agricultura, etc.
Un maestro no debe ni pue-
de saber de todo. La divisin
del trabajo es un principio so-
cio-econmico fundamental en
la poca sta, de alta produc-
cin.
Algunos quieren que el maes-
tro a ms de ensear a leer y [
escribir y los dems meneste-!
res intelectuales, debe ser sas-
tre, herrero, agricultor, avicul-
tor, etc. para que ensee todo'
eso en el lugar en donde tra-
baja. Pero es el caso, que si |
un maestro lograra saber todo i
eso, que es difcil, por no de- i
clr que Imposible, no podra
ensearlo todo por razones ob-
vias. Lo ms que podra hacer I
entonces, es dar una ligera
Idea como se acta en todo |
y cada uno de esos oficios.
Y la escuela no debe perseguir
dar meras Ideas sobre esas Im-
portantes actividades, sino que
tiene que conseguir verdaderos
expertos en todas esas ocupa-,
clones para que vivan en ellas.
para que exploten las abun-
dantes materias primas que en
esas zonas existen y que hoy
se pierden lastimosamente. Lo
que si es posible y conveniente
es que en lugares como el Co-
rregimiento de Tol, en el Dis-
trito de Penonom. por ejem-
plo, en donde hay aproximada-
mente cinco escuelas muy ais-
ladas, se haga un centro esco-
lar bien situado. All estaran
dos o tres maestros para la en-
seanza de la lectura, y escri-
tura y actividades afines, uno
de carpintera, otro de agricul-
tura y otros para fomentar
ciertas pequeas industrias cu-
yas materias primas se obten-
gan con facilidad, y que pue-
dan servir de legtimos benefi-
cios econmicos para aquellos
individuos. En ese mismo sitio,
se podra establecer una peque-
a unidad sanitaria, la corre-
glduria, una biblioteca apropia-
da, se exigira la aglomeracin
all de las viviendas hoy dise-
minadas, en fin, vendra a ser
la escuela rural, un verdadero
oasis en aquel desierto de tris-
tezas y calamidades; la clula
inicial de ncleos de poblacin,
en donde el Estado podra brin-
dar con menos gastos, todos los
servicios sociales necesarios, que
le seria difcil proporcionar, en
escuelas y hogares aislados.
En esta forma, nos atrevemos
a manifestar, que al fin de ca-
da lustro, se obtendra en la
Repblica, un menor ndice de
mortalidad infantil, menos ab-
sentismo rural, menos analfa-
betismo, gran aumento vegeta-
tivo de la poblacin y una pro-
duccin cada vez ms elevada,
que serian las condiciones ne-
cesarias e imprescindibles para
un bienestar general por todos
los sKios del Istmo.
Ricardo Jan Jr.
COPENHAGUE, Marzo 14 (UP
Se ha anunciado un descu-
brimiento bioqumico realizado
por el Instituto del Suero" de
Dinamarca, que permitir com-
batir con mayor eficacia la fie-
bre aftosa.
El qumico, Dr. Albert Han-
son; de 49 aos de edad hizo en
la "Revista de Farmacia Dane-
sa" y dice que el descubrimiento
c.e la vacuna contra la aftosa
es tambin menos costosa que
las inyecciones conocidas.
El Dr. Ilansen agreg que el
principio de su descubrimiento
quizs sea utilizado para com-
batir las enfermedades que ata-
can a los sereshumanos. El ve-
terinario Poul Holm, que tam-
bin trabaja en el Instituto del
Suero, cooper con el Dr. Han-
sen en la produccin d la nuc-
,a vacuna-
El Dr. Hansen explic sucin-
tamente su descubrimiento eon
stas palabras: "Es una com-
posicin entre el virus de la at-
tosa y el suero albumlnado, en
el cual la composicin del vir s
ue la aftosa es ms estable que
cuando se -encuentra aislado.
Agreg que la "protamlna" se
hace de una combinacin Inso-
luble de virus, albmina y pro-
tamlna, a la que se ha dado el
nombre de "VAP". La vacuna
ta "desenvenenada" por la i-
rradiacln con rayos ultravio-
leta, y el producto desenvene-
nado es extremadamente acti-
vo como vacuna contra la af-
tosa, especialmente cuando es-
t mezclada con hidrxido de
aluminio.
Aparte de ser 24 veces ir.-is
eficaz y barato que la vacuna
conocida contra la enfermedad,
se administra en dosis menores
que las corrientes al ganado, y
de esta manera se evitan lal
consecuencias desagradables de
las actuales vacunas.
Brutalmente fue asesinado el
comerciante Arturo Ordez
por un obrero en B. del Toro
iAt hizo un tiro a quemarropa con su escopeta de
perdigones en el estmago
La Chilanco entreg al
Gobierno Nal. un Puente
de Acero en Almirante
cantidad de personas numri-
camente mayor que en aos
anteriores con todo y que las
pasadas asistencias han sido
vastas.
Se celebrarn con
gran pompa las
fiestas en Chepo
CHEPO, Marzo 14. Corres-
ponsal. De acuerdo con los
ritos tradicionales de la reli-
gin cristiana se prepara pa-
ra celebrar con toda pompa y
devocin la Semana Santa pa-
ra la cual el comit encar-
gado de la organizacin de di-
cha fiesta est desarrollando
con toda actividad los prepa-
rativos, a fin de que este ao,
a pesar de la depresin eco-
nmica, resulte una de las me-
jores. Muchas familias estn
llegando ya con el deseo de
pasarse ac esta temporada
de verano y dar esplendor a
la vez con su presencia al
buen xito de la Semana San-
ta.
Ahora mi esposo
se siente bien
sil laxantes furtos
"Mi esposo necesit pildoras y me-
dianil todis las noches, durante 6
os. Despus empez a tomar
All-Bran Y no vol-
vi a tener proble-
ma". Esto afirma
la seora Thyra
Nelson, Star Route
I. Boa S5I. Union.
Wash Un testimo-
nio mis, espontaneo.
Qui usted obtenga idntico resul-
tado, ti su estreimiento se dtb
a falta de volumen. Tome cadi
da una onza de All Bran y to-
me agua en abundancia. Muy
pronto *e sentir mucho mejor.
I Qu fortuna
tener esta
madrecita!
Afortunado el beb cuya mam
lo lava con Jabn Johnson i lo
frota con Aceite Johnson que
protegen y favorecen la piel.
selos usted tambin!
ACEITE
2S JABN JjS
JOHNSON
U m*r pairo / n. ., .
Lm mmoi pora u%td
Jestnfafe con LYSOLi
|Definda a loa suyos! Cada ves
que lave los pisos, ajrefue LYSOt
I agua. Ponga 2'A cucharadas
de LYSOL en cada 5 litros de agua.
LYSOL es concentrado.
de accin jabonosa,
desinfecta-y limpia ai
mismo tiempo, y
extermina los microbios.
ALMIRANTE, marzo 12. (Por
radio). La Chirlqui Land Co.,
entreg formalmente al Gobier-
no Nacional el puente de acero
que acaba de construir sobre
la "Quebrada del Cedro" en es-
ta poblacin. De la capital vi-
no en avin, especialmente, el
Joven Ingeniero Bolvar Mr-
quez Jr., jefe de la Divisin A
de la Seccin de Caminos, quien
recibi la obra en nombre del
Gobierno.
En la ceremonia participaron
adems del Ing. Mrquez Jr.,
los seores W. C. Dlebold, su-
perintendente de la Compaa;
Henry Forest, Contador de la
misma; William Taylor, Inge-
niero Jefe de Construcciones;
el Gobernador Jos 8egovla A.,
el Licenciado Virgilio Aispura,
el Superintendente de Obras
Pblicas don Remo Zappi y
otras personas del lugar.
Se nos Informa que el puen-
te de acero tiene sesenta piea
del argo, doce de ancho y una
capacidad de resistencia de diez
toneladas. Su costo es de B.
9.000.00 aproximadamente, to-
talmente construido por cuenta
de la Compaa, segn el con-
trato firmado el ao pasado
con el Gobierno.
CORRESPONSALES
9AJUUV
I.AI FALMASeiunos Oo tierra. L
CL REAL8rm. Obdulia Castraras
fagina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
NORMAS
'Loa Corresponsales deber*)
ceirse a Ian ms desapasiona
daa norn-as periodsticas Debar
enviar al peridico los asunto
noticias ma interesantes aja
afecten a la comunidad En ab
soluta se trata de una oportu
nidad para hacer determinada
eamnaa polticas.
PROVINCIA DE CHIRIOUI
DAVID(JulU'O Airarais 4.
PTO. AKMUKLLataLuis Ara*
OQUETI Enrese WiUM
LAS LAJAS- Amias kstrera
OLKGA AMsttads Sai rara
CERRO OE FUNTA Baairli atiranta t-
Casa,
LA CONL'tErtlONLtfts A Oaam
8AN l-'KI.IX Uamatrlo 8agi
<:UALAUAItmiitoelM Patino
HOKCQNL'ITOftara Y Cains*
BOQUERNAmonio Bis*
OLE ritlel Santamara tt. *
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flocu
l'KNONOMKBinaos U Ca*ta
AGIIADULCa Rorelle Robla* Garata
AN'lONAntoalo J. Jal
NATAJoan da D. Veequea
LA PINTA'JAOam.-ds Hamaada
OLAOnraimo CAmst
RIO ORAN DEJos d. QrseM
RIO HATO lerseo Hulroa
POCRIJ A. Cora*!*
VERAGUAS
RIO DE JESS -faatvi tJsIaata
LAB PALMASCaat Gordlllo
CAS A ZASPadre J. Marida
"ALGBRE Mtfuel UomAlas
ATALAYA -Samuel Pintn
RAN FRANCISCOCU* Arrocka I.
SANTA FEJoaanl Grela (Veraauai
LOS SANTOS
LA VILLA de LOS saniosVraaalM
Ca.ld.run G.
CHITRERamo Pirata
LA9 MINAoEpidlnidaa Quntate)
EL iJARAFISTUtO Juato VUlania
I Loa Santos!
'JJANGOlionaelins Menraaa
SI'A MARIA Hleaurla KnDlaa
MAL'ARACASAquilino Morana r A
PAR I A !.eoi>o!do Aroeeroeaa
roNOSIJoa'iuia Mo.unera
VEDASI-Saftoriia Otilia Vara
OCU___Vinillo Arofulo
LAS lAHLAhJua* Antonia tal
HARAREJoai Niaras Annuls
TOrRI--Eds.bese M i. Conseja
PESEJoras Atoarme
BOCAS DEL TORO, marzol3.
(Corresponsal). El conocido
comerciante y agricultor Artu-
ro Ordez, fue brutalmente a-
sesinado el domingo al medio
dia, mientras se encontraba re-
parando una cerca en el huer-
to de una finca' en las mr-
gentes de ro Auyama.
Testigos presenciales indican
a Flix Ortega como autor del
crimen, segn versiones relata-
das ante el Fiscal del Circui-
to,, Parece que Ortega lleg al
sitio en que estaba Ordez
en su tarea de componer el cer-
cado, y sin mediar muchas
palabras le apunt con la es-
copeta, de frente, y de un tiro
lo dej exnime con el abdo-
men destrozado por los perdi-
gones de la escopeta.
El cadver fue trado a Bo-
cas del Toro por los seores
Nicols Baker Aguirre y Basilio
Villegas, quienes dieron parte
del .sangriento suceso a las au-
toridades. El lunes temprano
sall una comisin de la Poli-
ca Nacional para la laguna de;
Chirlqui para capturar al ase-
sino, que segn dicen los de-
clarantes qued en rio Yauya-*
ma.
Sobrevive al occiso su her-
mano Constantino Ordez,
Inspector de Aduana en esta
ciudad y comerciante muy bien
relacionado en Coln y Pana-
m. Parece ser qme entre Or-
dez y Ortega habia una ren-
cilla motivada por mal enten-
dimiento en los Jornales que
reclamaba el ltimo, quien ha-
bia ido a trabajar en la finca
de Ordez desde hace varios
meses cuando fue dado de ba-
ja de su puesto de Agente de
Policia. El Fiscal del Circuito
est levantando las diligencias
y de un momento a otro se
espera la captura del criminal.
COLON
PALENQUECisiamo name* O.
CA i" I VA Aniel Barrenee
ALEMANIA
SALON
INTERNACIONAL
DE AUTOMVILES
FRANKFURT/MAIN, 19-29 DE ABRIL OE 1951
ORGANIZADO POR
VERB AND DIR AUTOMOBILINDUSTRIE I.V.
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HORIZONTALES:
1Montn de tierra.
7Dar aroma.
13Clase de perros, Pl.
14Cubierto.
15Del verbo recibir.
16 Igual al 13 Horizontal.
173el verbo amar.
18Pabelln de los odos.
20Del verbo asar.
21Americana.
23Se atreva.
24Amarrar.
25Destruye, arrasa.
27El de la lmpara maravi-
llosa.
29Clera.
31Quiera con amor.
32Alave, traicionero.
36Extremidad de loa peces.
40Del verbo caber.
41Letra castellana.
43Eje, en ingls.
44Ave de Mxico.
45 Conocido intimo.
47Marchara.
48Nombre de varn.
50Contrario a la ley.
52Especie de tambor.
53Juego de fichas.
54Echara sal.
55Del verbo asesar.
VERICALES:
1Aventador de granos.
2Doctores de la ley entre
los moros.
3Gnero de monos.
4Junte.
5Animal carnicero.
6Guarida de osos.
7Del verbo atajar.
8 Clara. -
9Volcn de las Filipinas,
Inic.
10Poblacin de Cuba.
11Del verbo adosar.
12Vendedor de rosas.
l9_Pronombre demostrativo
22rbol oleceo.
24Nombre de mujer.
26Circulo o redondel de hierra
o madera. i
28 Duea.
3Especie de yerba grama j
cubana.
32Terminas, concluyes.
33Asiento de los teatros.
34Ciudad de Francia.
35Del verbo oler. ^-
37Del verbo exigir.
38Antigua capital de Albania,
39Del verbo asar.
42Era musulmana.
45Amarrar.
46nico, Inv.
49Marchaba
51Letra castellana.
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MIRCOLES, MARZO 14. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la*
RJL
accin
Social
Telfono 3-1032
ocia
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: 8:00 a 10:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Comidas
t
8. E. el Embajador de Argen-
tina don Julio Lpez Muftiz y
Sra Marta Sprez de Lpez
Muiz ofrecen esta noche una
cena ntima en la-sede de la
Embajada en honor de 8. E. el
Ministro de Italia don Luigt
Marlani y Sra. Edlth de Ma-
nan!, quienes parte prxima-
mente de Panam.
En honor del Sr. Paul Kra-
mer, el Dr. Roberto E. Arlas y
Sra. Querube S. de Arlas ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en
su residencia a la cual asisti
un gran nmero de sus amis-
tades.
El Dr Ricardo J. Alemn y
Sra. Edna A. de Alemn ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en
su nueva residencia en los- Al-
tos de Paltllla, con ocasin del
cumpleaos del Dr. Alemn
Fiesta %
Con motivo del prximo ma-
trimonio de la Srta. Gloria Al-
faro, la Srta. Rosita Das Arce-
mena la agasajar hoy con una
fiesta en el Hotel El Panam.
Reunin
Maana a las 4 p.m. tendr
lugar en la Biblioteca de la U-
nlversidad Nacional una reu-
nin de la Mesa Redonda Pana-
mericana.'Se suplica la puntual
asistencia de todas sus socias.
Para Costa Rica
Grato paseo deseamos a la
Sra Lois Sasso de Maduro quien
acompaada de sus nios Si-
gui para San Jos de Costa
Rica a pasar una temporada de
vacaciones.
Un feliz viaje deseamos al
Sr. Bolvar Silvera y Sra. Mer-
cedes de Silvera quienes siguie-
ron para San Jos de Costa
Rica en viaje de placer.
Despedimos muv atentamen-
te a la Sra. Lella Arosemcna
PRIMERA DAMA DE GUATEMALA. Nos complace honrar
nuestras columnas sociales con la fotografa de la distingui-
da seora doa Mara Vilanova de Arbenz, esposa del Te-
niente Coronel Jacobo Arbeni, "quien maana toma posesin
de la Presidencia de la hermana repblica de Guatemala, en
imponente ceremonia.
quien por la va area sigui
para Costa Rica.
Para Caracas
En viaje de negocios sigui
para Caracas, Venezuela, el Pr.
James Bassett, Ce"* '" '"
Cia Internacional de Ventas. Lo
"Nunca son que un polvo facial
pudiera ser
tan halagador"
dice
la seora
de Nicholas R. du Pont,
gentil v destacada dama de
la sociedad norteamericana
despedimos.
Para Argentina
A continuar estudios de me-
dicina sigue para Buenos Al-
res, Argentina, el Jo.ni i
B. Chevalier Nuestra despedi-
da y espramos cosecne mutuos
triunfos en sus estudios para
orgullo de sus padres.
De Coln
Procedentes de la Costa A-
Untica se encuentran pu.-,.n-
do una temporada en esta ciu-
dad huspedes del Hotel El ?i-
EL CHALET QUE RIFAN LOS LEONES. Dos vistas del magnifico chalet que rifr i los Leo-
nes en El Cangrejo el domingo entrante a be ifcicio de las colonias infantiles de verano, cu-
ya realizacin ser de incalculable provecho para centenares de nios pobres de nuestra ciu-
dad. El chalet est siendo visitado por millares de personas y la rifa se calcula que alcan-
zar un clamoroso xito.
nam, el Sr. Ernesto Esteuoz y
Sra.
Advenimientos
Esta de plcemes el hoger Sel
Sr. Roberto Lombana y Sra. Ru-.
biela Garca de Lombana c:r.
la llegada de una preciosa fi-
nita ocurrido con toda felicitad
ayei en el Hospital Panam.
Nuestras felicitaciones para loi
dichosos padres y una larga vi-
da liena de venturas para Ja
recin nacida.
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
8r O-niond Maduro y Sra. Cris-
tina de Maduro, por el adveni-
miento de una niita llegaa
hace varios das en el Hospi-
tal Panam-
Enferma
Ha ingresado al Hospital Pu-
naniu en busca de salud la oa
Mercedes de Linares, a qu.efi
tesamos una rpida y comple-
ta mejora.
Restablecidas
En vas de franca convale-
cencia abandon el Hospital
Panam la Sra. Josefa Canava-
pio. noticia que anotamos con
sun: a complacencia.
Acompaadas de sus precio-
sas melllzas abandona hoy a
Clnica San Fernando la tra.
Elisa Arosemena de Lara.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Rvdo. Padre Florentino Ideate
Sr. Jorge E. Boyd
|Loe polvos faciales no son
todo* iguale*! Para probar
positivamente un polvo facial
no lo mire en la caja(mrelo
en su rostro! Ahoralos Polvos
Pond's contienen dentro de su
textura un ingrediente nuevo
que esparce uniformemente el
matiz para realzar los tonos
ms delicados de su tez. Distri-
buye las minsculas partculas
de colorido .. que se adhieren
a su piel con difana suavidad.
Compare usted! Siga el con-
sejo de bellezas de fama inter-
nacional. Observe lo suaves
y halagadores que lucen los
Polvos Pond's en su cut.
JPOrVOS FACIALES?
UN PRECIOSO JUEGO
DE RECAMARA HECHO
DE CAOBA ESCOGIDA
SUYO CON B/602S
AL CONTADO A PLAZOS POR, CLUB
MJBRIR
AVE.CENTRAL Y CALLE 21 E.-1*TELS.: 2-1830
Y 2-1833
Dr. Vctor R Alfaro
St. Ernesto Navarro Jr.
Dr. Humberto Ugolotti D.
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Agripina M. de Arias
Sra. Irene de Schlenz
Sr. Alfredo Boyd
Nia Mlrella Porras
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
El veinte de mayo
se celebra el da
de 'Soy americano'
WASHINGTON, Marzo (USIS)
El Dia "Soy Americano" ser
observado en los Estados Uni-
dos el domingo 20 de mayo.
En una proclama que ha lan-
zado al efecto el Presidente
Truman proclama ese dia como
"una ocasin pblica para el
reconocimiento, observancia y
conmemoracin de la ciudada-
na de los Estados Unidos."
En su proclama el Presiden-
te dice:
"En este periodo de tensin
en la historia del mundo nues-
tra Nacin debe fortalecer su
unidad de propsitos por medio
del aumento de la devocin a
los principios fundamentales de
la libertad individual, igual
oportunidad y Justicia para to-
dos."
El Presidente dice ms ade-
lante que ese dia ha sido fija-
do como una ucasin pblica
tambin para "el reconoci-
miento especial de aquellos J-
venes nuestros que han alcan-
zado la mayora de edad y a
los nacidos en el extranjero
que han adquirido la naciona-
lidad por naturalizacin du-
rante el ltimo ao."
Truman ha pedido a los fun-
cionarlos federales, estaduales
y municipales asi como a las
entidades cvicas que hagan
los arreglos para las ceremo-
nias apropiadas con que ha de
observarse ese dia.
Se distribuye la
memoria del ao
1951 del Miramar
Desde ayer est distribuyendo
el Colegio Miramar la Memoria
correspondiente al ao lectivo
de 1950-51, obra que recoge to-
das las actividades del plantel
durante dicho periodo.
En la memoria del Miramar.
presentada con todo gusto y'
que indica el esfuerzo realizado
por los reverendos Hermanos
Cristianos, se aprecia toda la
labor de un ao, con Intere-
santes escritos y hermosas y
DIRECTOR
Misa de Requiem
(de aniversario)
Se dir en la Iglesia de Santa Ana el viernes 16 de
Marro, a las 6 a.m.. por el eterno descanso
del alma de quien en vida e llam
Dorila Mndez de Luzcando
(. d. d. g)
Su hijos, Manuel de J., Jos del C, Remigia, Susana
y Dorila Luzcando, y dems deudos, agradecern a sus
amistades la asistencia a este acto de piedad cristiana.
AHORA ES CUANDO
lid. puede comprar su lote en el Parque Lefevre
con un Club de B 4.00 semanales.
CIA. DE LEFEVRE, S. A.
Calle A No. 5 Telfono: 2-3333
LA VERDAD ES...
que a mi familia le guata comer
bien y cuando sirvo algo de su
agrado no vacilan en prodi-
garme alabanzas. Por ejemplo,
la sopa de vegetales que les
serv recientemente... ,
Qu sabrosa! exclamaron a
coro. Me halag muchsimo,
pero demos al Csar lo que es
del Caar. La verdad es que se
deba a que aquella sopa era
Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's.
Asi if k> dije. Pap estaba
asombrado.
Es que Campbell's hace esta
deliciosa y nutritiva sope
expliqu cocinando muchos
vegetales distintos, en plena
madurez, en un rico y ubstan-
cioso caldo de carne de rea. Y
todo lo que tengo que hacer ea
agregar igual cantidad de agua,
calentarlo ;y a la mesa!
Pap gui un ojo y dijo son-
riente :
Casi una comida completa.
Por <"e
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faer de SJ en

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AHt*0NS
NOOM^S,
El doctor Mariano Vivanco a>
de San Antonio de los Baos,
Cuba, es un director interna-
cional de la Asociacin de Clu-
bes de Leones, habiendo sido
electo en la Convencin Inter-
nacional que se llev a cabo
en New York City, en julio da
1949.
El Len Vivanco es un abo-
gado y juez activo. El ejerci
la abogaca en La Habana. Cu-
ba, por onoe aos antes de ser
juez en Moron, La Habana,
Ouanajay. Ouantanamd, y San
Antonio de los Baos. Es el
Presidente del Miramar Yacht
Club de La Habana y es pro-
pietario de una plantacin da
tabaco.
variadas fotografas, asi como
los resultados y notas finales
de los diferentes grados del
plantel.
Actos escolares, sociales, re-
ligiosos, deportivos, paseos, fies-
tas, paradas, etc.. se aprecian
claramente en esta Memoria del
Colegio Miramar, que dirige a-
tinadamente el Reverendo Her-
mano Nstor.
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FAGINA SEIS
X PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 14, 1J51
V
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc.
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
An. Ti\ol No. 4
Tal. 2-2M1
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
rirqur de Leueoa
riuu
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Arc * Julio
Tel. 2-S441
BOTICA CARLTON
Av*. Melando li,M
Tai. 2SSCaln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMBRIOANO
Calla 11 Oeste Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Na. SI Paaama
Ave. Cendal 12-17 Cal
La bandera
APROVECH:Pintura* y atmolto
extra brillante! a pruebo da moho.
i.J.25 foln. Almacenei Tropidu-
n. _____________ '
SI VINDIN:Clavo, tubera nera,
acere acanelado, Fir-Te icerton
a ule dar paro cieloi raioil made-
rai, lavamanoi, ocuiedoi. ate. a
Ua precioe mi bojoi en plexo.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vio lapa-
6a. llefonde o Juan Frenco. Tol.
I-150.
SE VENDE: Incubadoro elctrico.
Tol. 3-0255.
SE VENDE: Peso "Howe" 1.000
Lbs. copocidod, vidriero mostrador.
Farmacia Internacional, 12 Oeste
No. 57. Tol. 2-2899._____________
SE VENDEN:A domicilio, boletos
de lo rifa del Club de Leones do
un chalet y 1226 premios mis.
Ave. Norte No. 70. Tel. 2-1095.
0222; 0224; 0225; 0227; 0228;
0229; 3020; 3025; 3026; 3027;
3028; 3029; 3159; 5210; 5211;
5212; 5213; 5214; 5215; 5216;
5217; 5218; 5219; 5511; 5516;
5519. _______________
SE VENDEN:Dos abanicos grandes
de 26 pulgadas, mostradores de
vidrio y de modera, una mquina
do cortar marco "Eojman" de 7
pulgodos, todo como nuevo y o
precio de ganga. Dirjase Sostre-
ro Hollywood, Avenida Central
146.
MISCELNEA
. BOOWER-Pintor do com, con-
tratista, consejo tcnico, garan-
ti po> -m fjno. presupuestos Qrotis.
Tol. 2-1276
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licodo o seco, pro|lo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de aguacate. De venta
en la farmacias y en los buenos
almacenes.
Hemos recibido retazos de bueno
tolos propias para hacer un buen
regalo cuondo vaya a posar la Se-
mana Sonta al interior. Recibimos
tombin cortes lisos "LA MILA-
GROSA'-' Montesenn 2.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:--0 se vende. Caso de
campo en Chorrero (El Coco Tel.
3-0255.
NO GUARDE SU DINERO EN EL
BANCO.
INVIRTALO EN COMPRAS
SOLIDAS
Lotes en lo Urbanizacin "El Congro-
jo". Chalet do 2 o 4 recmaras
en los distintos sectores do la ciu-
dad y sus afueras. Lotes d exce-
lente ubicocin en la Urbanizacin
'Las Cumbres". Lotes po' hect
reos en lo Carretera Transistmico.
Paro informacin completo
ROBERTO MIRO, TELEFONO 2-1215
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sopo
cocinar y duerma en el trabajo.
Colle 2o. Perejil No. 6. Tel. 3-
3359. I
SE VENDE: Casa mixta en San
Francisco. Calle 15 No. 37 en B.
9.500. Entrevistarse con Matilde
Prez, cantina "La Cabana", Chi-
libro. ________________^____
SE VENDE:La ltimo cosa do ur-
banizacin ICAZA Y NAVARRO
en eolio 13, Son Francisco de lo
Caleta, 3 recmaros, sala-comedor,
cocina, bono. Lote do 406 metros
cuadrados. Informes: Juan Nava-
rro. Avenido Cubo entre calles 25
y 26 Esto. Telfono 2-0481.
SE VENDE:Lote de 10 hectreas
en la Transistmico cerco Fbrica
Cemento, o 4 centovo metro, con
derecho a adquirir tierras boldios
atrs. Mitad al contodo y resto en
cinco oos. Telfono 3-2407.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, carro
Lincoln. 1946, en perfectas con-
diciones, precio quemo. Farmacio
Ruiz, Panam.
SE VENDE:Un Renault 1949. Bue-
nas condiciones. Llame Tol. 2-
1433.
SE VENDE: Auto-chivo Chevrolet
modelo 47 en perfectas condicio-
nes, con radio, precio de quema
para infprmes dirjase a callo la.
Carrasquilla No. 354.
SE DESEA
Panameo 21 aos graduado colegio
La Salle. Un ao contabilidod
(Universidod NacionoU 3 oos
experience, desea trabajo general
oficina. Prefiere ciudod capital pa-
ro proseguir estudios. F. N. G.
Aportado 36, Coln.
PERDIDO
SE GRATIFICARA a la persona ha-
ya encontrodo pulsera oro, con 4
perlas. Tiene atrs inscripcin "26
Diciembre, 1948". Llomor 3-2230
Ponami.
PERDIDA:Calculadora Sueco, de
oficina. Fcil, modelo LX No. 104,
671. La nica calculodoro de su
clase en la Repblica de Pano-
m. Fovor llamar Tel. 2-2003,
Panam, recompenso.
Categrica y
y un amplio espritu de coo-
peracin y camaradera."
"El propsito de estas noti-
cias alarmantes dijo el Lie.
Poveda es el de mantener a
la ciudadana en constante so-
bresalto para poder aprove-
charse de las circunstancias
los pescadores de rio revuelto
de nuestra poltica."
"Quiene;, resultan ms afec-
tados con este estado de in-
tranquilidad son los comer-
ciantes que ven lesionados sus
Intereses por no poder dedi-
carse de lleno a sus activi-
dades."
En relacin con la anterior
declaracin el Comandante
Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de Po-
lica Nacional, Coronel J. A.
Remn. dijo a un redactor de
este diario lo siguiente:
"Se aleja absolutamente de
la verdad la informacin de
un diarlo local y relacionada
con posibles choques entre la
Polica Secreta y la Nacional.
Una vez ms demuestra ese
diario la mala voluntad que ie
Srofesa a. Cuerpo de Polica
acionai garante ayer, hoy y
maana de la seguridad y
tranquilidad de los asociados."
l>ea "El Aviso Onnrtuno''
Sf VENDE:Por motivo de viaje, un
outomovil Chevrolet 1949, cuatro
puertos, en buena condicione.
Telfono 3-0883.
SE VENDE:Carro Pontioc de lu|0.
1950, corrido solamente 10.000
millas, excelenteisimas condicio-
nes. Ganga, valo:
Belisaricr Porros.
SAS, Avenido
SE NECESITA: Empleodo blanca,
duerma en el empleo. Presentir
con referencias. Callo 10 y Ave.
7, Chalet Carmencita Portilla.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ofi-
cios domc'ticos. Calle 52 No. 8,
Apto. 5, Coso Pando.
SE NECESITA:Carguera con efe-
rencias. Acudir a Via Espaa No.
118._________________________________
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Adems una empleada para
servicios generales. Acuda: Callo
7o. No. 9, alto.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento en
Avenida Mxico final y eolio 43
Este, llamo 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente, No. 4, colle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos bonos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:En edificio moderno
rocen construido, apartamento de
2 recmaras, sala-comedor, 3 clo-
sets, cocina amplia, balcn inde-
pendiente, o precios mdicos, en
Colle 25 Este No. 7. Ocurra C.
Daz. Colle 25 Esto y Ave. Cubo
No. 15. Apto. 13
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE NECESITA: Corguera con re-
comendacin. Maana. Avenido
Norte No. 4, tardes, colle 38 No.
19.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para los
oficios de lo cosa. Debe dormir en
el trabajo. Traigo referencias. Co-
lle 38 final No. 35.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora cui-
dar mitas. Avenida Manuel Yco-
zo No. 18. Urbanizacin Campo
Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ofi-
cios domsticos que duerma en ca-
sa. Acudo Sostrera Panom Ele-
gante. Calle 16 Este No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleado, ofender
apartomento y nio. Se exigen re-
comendaciones. Dormir en el em-
pleo. Acdase hoy Ave. Federico
Boyd, Mirador No. 4. Apto. 1.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
ALQUILAMOSDepor tomento Inde-
pendiente en los altos de cosa 2220
Rio Abojo (Lo Quintona) B.35. 2
cuartos, golerio gronde y servicios,
ocudir a Via Espaa 36 aparto-
monto A. Mariano Ortega
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
co, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nuevo. Todava est
on su cojo. Farmacio La Esperan-
za Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje, re-
frigeradora de 7 pies. Juego de sa-
la, do cornos gemelas con "spring"
y colchn. Juego de comedor, c-
moda. Dirjase a calle 6o. No. 1 1
entre suel.o
SE VENDE:Busito Ford 1950 16
pasajeros, carrocerlo extranjero,
como nuevo. Lime Tel. 2-4468.
SE VENDE:1947 Oldsmobile 98.
llantos nuevas, radio, cubre osien-
tos. Frigidare. porcelana, 7 pas.
Coso 419-C. Cocoli o Toller
"William Bros."
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, Ca-
mioneta de 7 pasajeros, 8.550.00
marca Dodge militar, doble trans-
misin, perfectas condiciones. In-
formaciones Agencios Thomas,
Bienes Raices. Tel. 3-1069, Ave.
Central 259.
SE VENDE
Motocicleta
SE VENDE:Motocicleta Horley Da-
vidson tipo 45. De Luxe, modelo
1951, 800 millos, como nuevo.
Lime ol "Gorage Bella Vista".
Avenida Per No. 99. Tel. 3-1618
Tel. 3-3475. Despus de las 5:30
p. m.
SE COMPRA
RECIBO OFERTAS pora la compra de
los siguientes occiones: i20Agen-
cias Lumina, S. A., comunes; 50
Arango b Lyons, preferidas; 500
Arengo & Lyons, comunes; 1,750
Clnico Son Fernando, comunes;
300Destiladora Nacional, comu-
nes; 4,378Hoteles Interameri-
conos, comunes; 800Ca. Lefe-
vre. preferidas; 1.750Co. Le-
fevr, comunes; 300Ci. Pana-
meo de Fuerzo y Luz, preferidas;
47.000- Rep. de Panam. 4,
bonos; 100Storey Engineering,
comunes; 3,620 -Tierras de Cho-
gteb. comunes; 35C-~Tierros de
Chogres, preferidas. Ocurra a Julio
Quijano.
SE VENDE:Vitrina curva, un opo-
rodo' chico y dos libreros, en per-
fecto estado y baio precio. Vio
Belisorio Porros No. 196, telfono
3-2565.
SE VENDE:-^Estufo gas barata B.35.
00. meso metal B.10.CO, tostado-
ra B.5.00, refrigeradora ,,General
Electric, B. I 50.00 nueva, un radio
chico B.8.00. Ave. Chile No. bjt
altos.
SE VENDEChifonier, una vitrina y
un estante sencillo. Todo casi nue-
vo. Perejil la. No. 2, Apto. 8. Tel.
3-3382. *
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMBRA SE
ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos con muebles o sin ellos. Comu-
niqese con oficina edificio Al-
hambro, calle 10, No. 8061, Co-
ln. Telfono 1386.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos com-
pletos en plonta alta y baja. Calle
1 5 San Francisco No. 3 de 4 a 6
p. m., caso recien arreglada, B
35.00 cada apartamento. Llevar
referencias.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmorot, sola-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
claro, ventilado. Calla Colombia
No. 8. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Pequeo apartamen-
to amoblado, recmara, comedor y
cocina, a matrimonio sin nios.
Calle 45 No. 19.
ALQUILAMOS: Soberbio aparta-
mento de tros lecmaros, dos ser-
vicios y garage en Va Espaa 36.
B.75 00. acudir o apartamento A
da la misma. Mariano Ortega.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuotro
cuartos, bao y coemo, 8.40.00.
Amueblado, B.60.00. Belisaro
Porras No. 4, medio cuadra playa.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726 y
2-1728._____________________________
SE ALQUILA:Apor*mento grand
de un piso solo, en Avenido Nor-
te No. 63-A. Ocurra all mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, salo, comedor,- dos recmaras,
dos servicios. Avenida Chile, colle
41, telfono 3-0847.
ALQUILASE:Apartomento amplio,
3 recmaras, etc. caso 10 calle
Uruguay, B.85.00.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento muy c-
modo, omplio, con gorage. etc. ca-
a 5, calle Primera, Perejil, B.70.
00. Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE VENDE:Estufa "Magic Chef" 4
quemadores en perfecto estado B
20. Cama doble de caobo con
"spring" y colchn de "springs",
mesita noche B.45. Peinadora luna
biselada de 44" de ancho x 67"
do alto con vidrios en la superficie.
B.45. Radio RCA 5 tubos 2 bandas
en perfecto estodo B.20 Juego de
comedor caoba con meso de ex-
tensin, vidrio en lo superficie, vi-
trina, 6 sillas asiento cuero, como
nuevo, todo por B.45. Juego do *
butacas, mesa de centro, lmpara
todo B.12, Homar telfono 3-
1855.
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Crosley
Shelvador 10' 1948,. 60 ciclo B.
325, alfombra, verde, nuevo. 9' x
15' B.55.00, conap Simmons, B.
65.00, juego de comedor cooba,
espejos grandes, dems muebles de
caso. Bliss 2166-C. Calle 8o. Cu-
rund Tel. 6191. PAD.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITAN:Butaca, do teatro
que (con de efundo man, da
modere cuelquier tro clase. Le-
me Sr. Martina. Panomi-Aasrico.
Tl. 2-0740.
SE ALQUILA
. Cuartos
AVISO DE DISOLUCIN
Se avisa al pblico de con-
formidad con la Ley que se-
gn consta en la Escritura
Pblica nmero 69 de Enero 12
de 1951. otorgada ante el No-
tarlo Pblico Nmero Segundo
del Circuito de Panam, ins-
crita en el Registro Pblico,
Seccin de Personal Mercantil.
Tomo 211, Folio 361. Asiento
51,210. ha sido disuel'a la so-
ciedad denominada FRANCO
CORPORATION.
Panam, Marzo 12 de 1951.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande para
jvenes solteros o caballeros solos.
Ocurra colle 37 No. 6 "SALON
CARMEN" telfono 3-0713.
SE ALQUILA:Habitacin con en-
trada independiente y bao onexo,
con muebles o sin ello', precio B.
30.00. Pereiil lo. Cosa 14. Apto.
12.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo.
fre-.<;o. balcn, Frigidatre, frente
parada de buses. Avenida 4 de Ju-
l.o No. 5. Tol. 2-4448.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
entrada independiente, B 6.00
mn"-cles. Avenida Frnf.to Lete-
vre, f arque Lelevre. Cosa No, 32.
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
dos de Club. "S compra1 oro vie-
jo". Joyero Amrica. Call L No.
1. frente Parque Lesseps.
SE NECESITA:Taquigrofa-mecan-
grafa en Ingls y espaol. Aveni-
do Central 53, horas de oficina.
SE NECESITAN:Ebanistos exper-
tos. Buenos barnizadores, Via Be-
lsono Porros No. 130.
SE NECESITA:Carguero. Troiga re-
ferencias. Vio Espoa 71 o Mame
I 3-1936.
ALQUILASE: Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, etc., caso
84, calle Estudiante B.75.00 y
tombin otro, B.65, misma coso.
Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento, en San
Francisco, planto baja, casa de
madero. Telfono 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, olambrodo
B.65.00. Belisorio Porros No. 56.
llame opartamento 3. Telfono 3-
0841 frente Teotro Edn.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficin.
arriba del Teatro Central.
iE AtQUILAN:Exclusivomente po-
ro oficinas locles cntricos en tos
altos do Avenido Central 44 a
precio mdicos. Soliciten Intoe-
mooon on Almaceno 5 y 1C con-
tuvo.
SE ALQUILAN:Local comerciol con
servicio privado. I 75 M2. en callo
25 Este No. 7. Ocurro C. Daz. Co-
lle 25 Este y Ave. Cubo No. 15.
Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial om-
plio. bien situado, propio para ofi-
cinas. Calle Chiriqu No. 2, 100
Balboas. Telfono 2-2948 2-
2739.
SE ALQUILA:Locol comercial en
calle Carlos A. Mendoza No. 68.
Ocurra all mismo.
SE ALQUILANOficinas comercia-
les en el Edificio de la Cmara da
Comercio, esquino de la Avenido
Ecuador y Avenida Cuba, cada
oficina tiene su servicio indepen-
diente.
SE NECESITA:Planchador en lo lo-
vanderio Pesantez. Ave. Control
No. 247.
CASA MAYORISTA necesita vende-
dor pora Visitar al comercio. Buen
porvenir para hombro trabo)ador
Cosmcte io Impetriol, Avo. Control
27-A.
SE VENDE
Motores
SE ALQUILA: Local par ficina
de 90 morro cuadrado con alto
condicMnado, cialorraxo y puoi
acsticos y servicie de telefono
y do limoo. Edificio MARTINZ,
telfono 2-0610.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
ALQUILASE:Chalet dos recmaros,
sala, comedor, garage, etc. calla
"W". Parque Lefevre. B.50. Lla-
me telfono 2-1456.
SI VENDEN:Daa olairtrra electri-
ce! Dleiel. marca "Witte" do 5
kilowatio cada une. nueva, toda-
va an ui ratoactiv coja y con
tableros de distribucin. Garanta.
1.300.00 cada un. Tel. i-
1030, salla 46, N. 13, Guardia..
SE ALQUILA:Cholet completomen-
to amoblado, solo, comedor, tres
recmaros, 2 bonos, porch, terra-
za, garage, cuarto empleado, jar-
din, patio grande. Ave. 6o. olios
del Golf, entre Codes 7o. y 8o.
Telfono 3-2341.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
Hera norte-americana a cinco
millas al norte de Yongdu en el
Frente Central Occidental ayer
tarde. Dos horas ms tarde los
comunistas comenzaron a huir.
En el sector central, la 2a.
Divisin norte-americana lrruin
pi a travs de un bloqueo de
camino llevado a cabo por un
batalln comunista a 400 yar-
das de Pundong y avanzaron
hacia la ciudad. Corroborando
la falta de contacto con el ene-
migo, est el hecho que las tro-
pas liadas han causado sola-
mente 1,340 bajas comunistas,
capturando a 47 soldados.
Los barcos y aviones aliados
continuaban martillando las po-
siciones enemigas, preparando
el camino paral as tropas alta-
das. Los acorazados de la 7a.
Flota bombardearon en la costa
este el puerto de Wonsan en su
vigsimo sexto da consecutivo.
El destructor norte-america-
no Wallace L. Und hizo el dis-
paro nmero 7,000 de la flota,
al unirse a los barcos de las
Naciones Unidas que bombar-
dean el rea de Wonsan.
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessories de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
FONDOS INGLESES pa-
tk miel, de 25, 30 y 50
galones.
BALANZAS 'JACOBS' de
diferentes capacidades.
TRAPICHES "CHATTA-
N00GA" de 2 y 3 bolos.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
Panam
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Manila
en todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Catres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
MOTORES BELGAS
A.C.E.C.
desde 1/6 H.P. basta 40 HP
PRECIOS INCREBLES.
Consulte: Tel. 2-2(47
Contina
.."i
Y como dice Monchl Fer-
nndez, MARIA, espera con
impaciencia el cambio, de luz.,
nosotros tambin esperamos
que pronto se inicien estas
transmisiones ya que el p-
blico la solicita con verdadera
ansiedad y nosotros estamos
con el pblico.
Y ahora que hablamos del
"Fatlsin" Fernndez, aprove-
chamos la oportunidad para
felicitarlo por su columna, es-
t muy bien, y es muy In-
teresante. Ojal no se "des-
componga".
sobre el temarlo. A pesar de
esas garantas continu Insis-
tiendo en el primer punto de
las proposiciones de las tres
potencias, la nulidad del cual
ha sido plenamente comproba-
da por la delegacin sovitica".
Al aludir al discurso de Pa-
rodi sobre la cuestin de des-
militarizacin de Alemania, la
radio de Mosc dijo: "El re-
presentante francs demostr
una vez ms que la delegacin
de Francia trata de impedir la
discusin en el Consejo de Mi-
nistros de Relaciones Exteriores
de las "propuestas soviticas",
substituyendo esa discusin con
conversaciones en forma vaga
sobre el nivel de, armamentos,
incluyendo los armamentos a-
lemanes.
El Gobierno ha
rio de Educacin a restituir al
profesor Ovidio de Len en el
cargo de Director de Educacin
Primarla.
Afianzndose en varios consi-
derandos legales y en la opi-
nin de varios jurisconsultos
sobre el alcance del articulo 127
de la ley 47 de 1946, el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Ad-
ministrativo fall y firm ayer
en la tarde una resolucin en
favor del profesor Ovidio de
Len.
El tribunal sostiene que el
Prof. Ovidio de Len no fu
declarado culpable de falta al-
guna segn lo que dispone el
articulo 131 de dicha Ley Or-
gnica de Educacin y que
tampoco se cumpli con los
artculos 132 yl33 y se basa
en que el articulo 15 de la
misma ley reza que "para o-
cupar los cargos administrati-
vos del Ministerio de Educa-
cin y sus dependencias es
necesario que los candidatos
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
" LA RED PANAMERICANA se
prepara para las festividades
de Semana Santa, ya tiene
varios programas listos para
Iniciar el lunes Santos. El pri-
mer programa se titula BE-
LN DE JUDEA, el martes
Santos, presentarn Herodes
Antipas, el mircoles, EL MAN-
CEBO QUE ABANDONO SUS
VESTIDURAS, el Jueves San-
tos, EL PADRE DE FAMILIA,
y el viernes santos, MARIA
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
PROTESTA POR. PAGO DE
SALARIO
Sr. Director de
"El Panam Amrica".
E. S. D.
Estimado Seor:
La siguiente carta es para
protestar por la forma como he
sido tratado en el Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro, con t.-
pecto al pago de los salai;is
quo he devengado por mi Ha-
tajo como Sub-Avaluador de
Encomiendas Postales
Cuando yo fui nombrado tn
dicho puesto, se me impuro la
condicin de trabajar gratuita-
mente el mes de Febrero, ya
c,ue se me explic que habitt
que pagar las vacaciones de la
persona que yo reemplazaba
Pero resulta que ha vencido la
primera quincena del mes de
Marzo y no se me ha dado el
c'.ieoue correspondiente a u.ls
servicios durante esa qulncei.a.
Yo quisiera saber si es oue
se trata de persecucin contra,
mi persona, ya que los delira
empleados recibieron sus che-
ques. No es justo que se me re-
legue a segundo trmino cuau-
do yo me ha sacrificado po l
Partido Revolucionarlo Auten-
tico, mientras se mantiene en
posiciones Jugosas a traidores
y cobardes. r-y
Asi mismo quisiera que la
persona que est Interesada en
hacerme dao me diera la ca-
a paar conocerla y poder o-
1 tenderme como hombre, ya fllf
i las personas que se ocultan en
1 el anonimato son cobardes y
no tienen sangre.
Atentamente.
- Crispiano Adames Del Cid
Cd. 50-700
CLEOFAS Y SANHEDRITAS
AMIGOS DE JESS, ser una-
verdadera fiesta religiosa.
Esta noche se presenta por
los canales de la RED PAN-1
AMERICANA, el orograma do>
los cigarrillos Lucfcy Strike!,
"LA MUCURA DE ORO" coa'
gran cantidad de premios ett;
efectivo, adems atracciones'
de primera, risas, msica y
todo lo que necesita para ua
buen programa, ya que 1
North American Tobacco na
escatima nada, para que el,
programa se site entre los
muy buenos. Estos programas
se transmiten todos los mir-
coles a las 8:00 de la noche
Como decamos en una co-
lumna pasada, en la RED PA-
NAMERICANA sucedern gran
des acontecimientos y de pri-
mera, entre ellos su equipo,
que potencia...? An no o
sabemos pero la noticia es su-
mamente grtita para nosotros
y para todos los amigos de
la RED, su personal continua-
r como siempre, su gerente
Lincoln del Pino y su asis-
tente, Ins Santos.
--------------------------------. j
1 Ejecutivo ha f
huciesen laborado los 180 da
de trabajo a que se refiere este
Decreto, la fecha de clausura d
las labores se extender despus
del 31 de Enero, hasta comple- _.
tar dicha cantidad de das.
Las fechas de Exmenes se*
mestrales y finales para las Es- .1
cuelas Primarlas y finales para *
las escuelas secundarlas sern
fijadas oportunamente por la
Direccin General de Ensean-
za.
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
I
PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TR0PIDURA
Atencin esmerada
por expertos en pintura
TODO EN PINTURAS
TROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
posean, por lo menos, diploma
de Bachiller, de Maestro de
Enseanza Primarla o de Pe-
rito o Bachiller Comercial. Ex-
ceptanse los mecangrafos,
estengrafos, porteros y em-
pleados del servicio." Alega el
tribunal que por tanto, el car-
go de Director de Primarias
est garantizado por la ley y
sobre todo "cuando al frente
de dichos Departamentos de-
1 ben encontrarse especialistas
i en lamateria, dado el estado
de adelaato a que ha llega-
do nuestra Educacin Pblica."
El Comisario le
!
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
TeL 3-1563
Habr una reunin
Arias, Max Huertematte y Car-
los E. Isaza. Tambin estn in-
vitados los directores de los
diarlos de Panam y el Sindi-
cato de Periodistas, los cnsu-
les y personalidades destaca-
das de la colonia extranjera y
corresponsales de prensa.
El objeto de la reunin es
pedir a todos la cooperacin
ms decidida para la organiza-
cin de la feria que promete
ser un xito y redundar su no-
table beneficio del comercio, la
industria y el trabajo en esta
ciudad.
El comit organizador de la
feria Invita a agricultores, ga-
naderos, comerciantes y em-
presarios de atracciones para
que se apresuren a pedir si-
to con el objeto de que pue-
dan reservarse con tiempo, pue-
den llamar a los telfonos: 31,
412, 1037 y 1433-J.
Efectan muchos
los puestos de comestibles y
parando los tranvas, pene-
trando luego en los edificios
pblicos. El Sbado es da de
pago, y es por sto que se
temen nuevos desrdenes.
El Ministerio de Trabajo en-
vi una circular a todas las
Industrias ordenndoles que se
descuenten de los salarlos los
das que dur la huelga. La
circular 'amblen pide que se
despida a los obreros que han
sido arrestados. A pesar de
la orden del Ministerio de
Trabajo, se cree que los sa-
larlos sern pagados sin des-
cuentos el Sbado.
Durante el pasado mes, de-
bido a la HJisen de leche n
Panam, os Comisariatos tu-
vieron que suministrar cerra
de 1.600 cuartos de leche dia-
rios a la firma panamea <,-'
haba ganado el contrato pa-
ra que sta pudiera cumplir
con sus obligaciones. i
"Ms sabe el
sado para llegar a su tremenda
revelacin".
"No nos Importa aunque
siempre nos interese como
reacciona la opinin pblica oo){
los Estados Unidos en el asan*
to de La Prensa. Debemos a-i
tenernos a nuestra propia n- .
pinion pblica, aunque no fi:"-'
ra por aquello de que ms sabsj -
ioco en su casa que cuerdo aiM
ta ajena. Piensa Miller en urfj
nutvo bloqueo econmico coma*
el del Plan Marshall? Que I9
diga francamente. O piensa en,
otro- procedimientos menos kp-
nerales y visibles? Que hdl
c'aro, porque nosotros estamos, .
dispuesl os a hablar como
siempre".
"Es tan enorme la amenaza
de Miller, que todos los puebles;
de nuestra Amrica estarn j
estas horas meditando sobre ce-'
mo se las gasta Washington1
cuando se trata de apretar a
los paises del Sur. Pero no ae-
jarn de advertiry ello li-.f'
.-..conforta que la mano que'
aprieta ya no es tan efeciemel .
cumo en el pasado y que ea j
Argentina desde que el PrtJ-,/
dente Pern est al frente tirv
la dignidad de la repblica, e.^a ,
mano aprieta en balde- Y cuar-
to ms apriete peor. Porfe
ai de resguardar el honor na-
cional se trtfta, los argentine
sabemos llegar a todos los ex-
tremos y todos los sacrificios".
En C'nicago, dos peridicos co-
mentaron editorialmente los Ir.*
formes de aue se echa la cu1-
])a a "La Prensa" de Buenr.
Aires por los comentarlos des-
favorables a Argentina en el
exlerlor.
El "Chicago Tribune" dii
q-jt "como un ejemplo de l.u-
moiisiiio sin Jocosidad" esa a-
ciwcin no puede superar, f
seal el hecho de que el cas?
ha sido planteado ante el Con-
sejo Econmico Social de las
Naciones Unidas, pero expis .
la opinin de que eso serla en
vano y que continuar existien-
do una prensa adversa.
El "Chicago Daily News" di-
jo: 'Tememos que quizs se h
aportado evidencia inconscien-
temente contra Gainza Paz.
Contbamos, por supuesto, con
que el conocido liberalismo del
Sr. Pern le permitiera com-
prender que Gainza Paz no tfi-
na culpa alguna por la m&l a-
consejada falta de modera.in
de sus amigos en el extenoi'.
SE ALQUILA
Local situado en la esquina
de Avenida B y Calle 14 Este,
el centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-3436 Calle 16 Este #4
VENDEMOS
MADERA DE CAOBA
TODA SECA
W.......a 14c. p
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1" segunda 15c. p
V en adelante.
1" recorte. 08c. p2
2" recorte. 06c. p-
Llmese telfono 3-0544
INDUSTRIA ISTMEA
DE MADERAS
Ave. Balboa
(final por Calle Uruguay)



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>4^/efo Completo
Los Carmelitas Ganaron Anoche El
Campeonato Del Baseball Profesional
Se impusieron a los
pupilos de C. Elela
Uno de los Atletas ma oom- HERNN FIGUEROA BAEG,
listos que participaron en los quien se lucio en todas las prue-
'rimeros Juegos Panamericanos bas en que tomo participacin,
u sin duda alguna el Chileno! Coto Cortesa de la Branlff)
Los Carmelitas del Spur ga-
naron anoche el Campeonato
de la Liga del Baseball Profe-
sional de Panam al vencei a
los Bombarderos de Eleta por
8 carreras a 6 en el partido jue
sostuvieron en el Estadio Olm-
pico.
Lo Carmelitas son los repre-
sentantes de Coln y es la se-
gunda vez que conquistan el
titulo.
Los soderos se anexaron la
primera etapa con 17 vlctor.as
y 10 derrotas para obtener un
porcentaje de 630, quedando en
segundo lugar los licoreros con
16 triunfos y 11 derrotas
En la segunda vuelta, el Spur
logr once triunfos, perdiendo
nicamente dos veces para ob-
tener un promedio de 848; en
segundo lugar quedaron los ctr-
veceros con 9 victorias y 4 r^i-
casos.
Como subcampen del Torneo I
profesional de baseball queda-
ron los Azulejos de la Ceive- ;
ceria.
En el partido de anoche los
ganadores pegaron 7 lncoglbles
por once de los cigarriUeroJ, y
cada novena cometi un error
Cupidan fu el lanzador [;-1
nador y Johnson el perdedor.
Maana Se Agarran a Palos El
Panam-Amrica y La Hora En
El Cuadro Del Instituto Nal.
Por K. COLLINS
Como en la antigedad que
todos los caminos conduelan a
Roma, todas las rutas llevarn
a los fanticos al campo de
juego del Instituto Nacional don
de los diablos rojos de El Pa-
nam Amrica se medirn ma-
ana con los pjaros azules de
La Hora, en juego de revancha
que revlstlr gran emocin.
"Como una navaja barbera"
estn Jugando los "muchachos"
del diario vespertino, declar a
quien estas lineas escribe su Di-
rector Armando Moreno O.
"Plomo con el enemigo" es el
grito de guerra de loa terribles
toleteros de El Panam Amri-
ca que esperan hacer morder el
polvo de la derrota a los alta-
neros players del diario que dl-
rlego el piponssimo del Fat Fer-
nndez.
"Al saco con ellos", manifes-
t Dany Luna esta maana a
sus mozalbetes.
Be ha anunciado que Cule-
brn Rute y Antonio "Caucho
Loco" Donado formarn la ba-
tera de El Panam Amrica,
mientras que Lalklna y Danny
Luna las de La Hora.
El juego comenzar a las cua-
tro de la tarde y ser radiado
en onda larga en frecuencia co-
nocida, en cadena con la OUP-
MUL, 160 metros planos.
Los umpires aeran Capi Alva-
rez y Stcky Mas. La entrada se-
r gratis.
Despus del triunfo le dare-
mos la'revancha a La Nacin.
El cubano Acevedo
pelear con Federico
Plummer el domingo
El prximo domingo se pre-
sentar un programa de Boxeo
Profesional con la pelea estelar
a cargo de MIGUEL ACEVEDO,
excampen pluma de Cuba y
Federico Plummer con un peso
de 130 libras a un limite de diez
asaltos en el Estadio Olmpico.
El encuentro semifinal corre-
r a cargo del invicto pgil del
Darin Leonel Peralta y Tem
Olaciregul en seis vueltas y un
peso de 139 libras.
Los dos preliminares a cuatro
asaltos cada uno se enfrentarn
Cisco Kid vs Baby Innis en 116
libras y Leslie Oreen vs Melanio
Pacheco en 118 libras.
Torneo de Bolos
Campen de Levantamiento
Nuevamente Negaron Los Dueos
De Novenas Elegir a Chandler
Distribucin gan la
la. vuelta del base-
ball de la F. y Luz
MIAMI, Marzo 14 (UP>Al-
bert B. Chandler, dijo alicado
a los dueos de novenas de las
Grandes Ligas que har lo que
ellos deseen, inclusive, hacerles
lo ms fcil posible elegir nue-
vo comisionado" despus que
ellos rehusaron reelegirlo para
el carga en una dramtica reu-
nin que dur tres horas.
La Serie De Soft Ball Entre
Los Diarios Podra Hacerse
Para Obra De Beneficencia
Por CESAR A. PINZN
Un gran entusiasmo ha des- volvern por sus viejos fueros
lertado la posibilidad de que en la cancha del Instituto Na-
e lleve una serie de softball cional.
; nter-diarlo, en la que partid- Podra cobrarse una suma mo-
tarn los equipos de El Panam dlca por derecho a li
mrie."li Itora" La Nacin, a los juegos, para destinarla a | cer amp ^^/.'.o^^ ^1 cuarta partes de los mismos-. Chandler. "Quizs vuelva
i. w.t-.n. j. d-o^ p-i uni oloiina nhro de beneficencia. Y presemauvu ue '""i. , > naro. eWir Comisionado. noltica Dero no tratar (
por A. A. PINZN Q.
El ex-Senador de Kentucky
que ha regido los destinos del
. baseball desde 1945, perdi su
^.S^^^-^iSiSiWtUn. oportunidad, de aer
se adjudic
Caf Duran
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
PG PP PJ
Casa Mike............. 11 1 U
Kmpl. Selecta .......13 7
Entremetidos .......... 12
Pinocho........... 12 12
Carta Vieja............ 12 12
Martina ............... 12 12
Presentamos en esta Tiata al record mundial al levantar 44 .
levantador de pesas nortame- kilogramos. Aqu aparece reel-
ricanos John Davis, campen hiendo el saludo de otros atle-
mundial de les pesados, quien
se adjudic el titulo panameri-
cano, estableciendo un nuevo
tas que compitieron en la alu-
dida Justa.
(Foto Cortesa de la Braniff)
Torneo internacional de pistola se
har en Miami del 20 al 23 de marzo
vo Comisionado. "Eso significa"
dijo el dueo de una novena
aludiendo a las palabras de Teatro Tropical....... 9 15
Chandler "que l no ha renuu- Flan Royal......-........ t 12
ciado pero lo har si nosotros Balboa Express ........... 5 15
queremos. Quisas el contine en
el cargo hasta que se venza su Por Tere D. de Burrell
contrato el primero de mayo de
1952 o quizas nosotros le pida-
moa que renuncie antes".
Se supone que las mismas no-
venas que votaron contra Chan-
dler en Diciembre, en San Pe-
tersburgo, fueron las que les
ENTROMETIDOS Impone nueva
marca en. canchas panameas.
Ante numerosa concurrencia,
anoche los Entrometidos rom-
pieron su propio record de 2C46
negaron su voto ayer. Estas fue-' al confeccionar serle de 2728
pliamente al equipo re- ^f^"'"e"
-----------g m


el
episodio demostraron
su gran podero, entrando
la casa 7 Veces con 3 impa-
rables y 4 pifias del cuadro
oficinista, volviendo a la car-
ga en el tercer acto con 71
ms, empujadas stas con trl-
pe de Yeyo Mern y sendos
cuadranglares de Chilla Za-
poltlca, pero no tratar de ser
reelej
nuncie tan pronto se halle nue-' ball".
a Estrella de Panam y El Pas alguna obra de beneficencia Y P* abultada anota- Pra elegir Comisionado.
Orandes estrellas del pasado, dara reales, porque muchos fa-1 "_" f^ carreas a 2, ante| So espera que Chandler re- reelegido comisionado de basc-
elotero como Carlos Sol Bosh,; nticos de este deporte iran con ; un& n concurrencla.
Darlos M. Range!. Cabecitas, Ar- gusto a presenciar las emocio-, U)s Distribuidores desde
nando Moreno G., Alberto Me nantes alternativas de estos en- primer
Jeachy, Luis M. Botello. Fat cuentros deportivos,
'ernndez, y otros que un tiem-1
brillaron bajo la luz de cal- Tiene la palabra los organiza-
io de la publicidad deportiva,' dores.
i Tenaz Lucha Se Libra Por El
Subcampeonato Del Base mat.
Esta tarde los equipos ptica
mora y riaco Boris con horn-1 Sosa y Chesterfield Jr. se'dls-
bres en bases, haciendo saltar pUjaran su opcin al subeam-
de la lomita a C. Muoz y H.
Guerrero quien lo reemplazo,
socorrindolo el veterano lan-
zador Diego Snchez, saltando
ste a la altura del cuarto
captulo en donde empujaron
peonato de la Liga Provincial
de baseball Amateur de Pana-
m.
Los cigarrllleros que se en-
cuentran en el tercer lugar, tie-
is Inscripciones Del Base
lall Escolar De Santa Rita
uedarn Cerradas Mna.
fctas^-jastffi: por rtJaf sssr -mbr x^-o*ei^sss?^
.olar que esta Organizando a-, Tres Competencias se han or- zador ganador desempe u,na'.Xrrafa se coloco eflvema-
o Martiz en el Campo de Santa ganizado. al igual que 1 ao .-------
| tita, quedarn cerradas maa- pasado, o sean las del Circuito
lia, y se pide a todos los encar- Intermedio, Semi-Intermedlo e
"fados de los diferentes conjun- Infantil.
Boa se interesen para que los Numerosos equipos se han ins-
Pquipos se encuentren debida- crlto en cada uno de los Tr-
nente inscritos de acuerdo ron neos, y se presume que estas
luis reglamentaciones estipula- competencias del Baseball Esco-
lias y evitarse molestias. lar de -Santa Rita resultarn
1 superiores al as de los aos pa-
c. La inauguracin se efectuar, sados en sus diferentes aspec-
lifl martes 20 con un Programa tos.
josa posicin para obtenr el sub
campeonato de la Liga, al derro-
tar al Caribe por anotacin de
8 carreras a 3. con una magni-
fica presentacin de su lanza-
dor Encarnacin Aguilar.
Maana se enfrentarn en aa-
te circuito pelotero loa equipos
Barraza vs Frlgldalre, Etc par-
juegan el Domingo los finales
>1 torneo de dobles "Henrquez"
nen medio juego de ventaja so-----------.- ....--------,------,
4 carreras ms con 31mpa-1 bre ^ Q Jo cua, e>u tuQ qued ^p^a,, e, dfa 3
rabies y 2 errores ree evando. decisivo para las aspi- de Enero, a tres carreras.
.k/;..?. Ei Deportivo Barraza termina
asi sus compromisos en el base
ball Provincial este ao.
buena labor permitiendo sola
mente 4 incogibies a las hues-
tes de los oficinistas, que di-
cho sea de paso jugaron con
poco inters de conseguir el
triunfo.
En el primer partido de la
Secunda Vuelta del Campeo-
nato de Baseball de la Fuerza
lfonos Automticos" se lmpu-
y Luz, la popular novena "Te-
so en juego reido a los Em-
palmadores con pizarra de 10
carreras a 9.
Sorpresivamente los Telefo-, .
nistas se anexaron la victoria t Monitmat [ \/ j i
al encontrarse las puntuado-', 5j ............|
nes empatadas a 9 carreras '
en el 6o. acto.
a la DURAN. Fue un Juego muy re-
ido ya que los Narizones se
defendieron con todo lo que te-
nan y lograron acumular 2535.
incluyendo los 129 puntos de
Handicap que reciban en las
tres lineas. Se fruataron en el
ltimo minuto varios juegos de
Honor, marcando el nico de la
noche Too Damin, para co-
ger el comando, en esta fase del
torneo, con tres a su favor has-
ta ahora. Sin embargo en eate
encuentro dos jugadores logra-
ron Ingresar en el popular
"Club de 200", slendol os afor-
tunados: Tito Barba (P) con
203 y Tere D. de Burref (E) con
202. Con series arriba de 500 se
destacaron cuatro de los cinco
jugadores de los Entrometidos y
dos de los jugadores del Pino-
cho, como se podr ver en el
cuadro de anotaciones que a
continuacin damos.
Fiduciario se impuso al Ismeo.
hoy juegan Radio Bush y B.U.R. en
la justa Comercial de Softball
Al entrar en su ltima fase el finales contra Plnllla-Hladky
rneo de tenis por la Copa quienes vencieron a Lalche-Pe-'
.enrique?. los juegos han re- rry en dos reidos sets por 7-51 rae
Multado sumamente interesantes y 8-6. Pnlir a MI baSKetb&II B. U. R
"O prximo Domingo a las 8.30 Los partidos de singles con-
En movido partido el 'IfST .''.'.\"Z\'.'. 1
Dep. Quico venci a la
ESTADO DE LOS EQLIPOS Montezuma vs Packard y el se-
Llga Comercial de Soft-Ball gundo entre Matas Cerrud y
G. P. PJe. Vidrieras Prez. El viernes se
.75 miden los punteros del Duran
.759 con los Cerveceros y el sbado
.750 debido a que queda en blanco,
.6661 se ha decidido adelantar el Jue-
.666. go que corresponda en el ca-
.666 lendarlo para el lunes, entre el
.333 Hudson y la Cervecera y ha-
.333 cerlo ese da.
.333
Radio Bush .......... 2
M. Cerrud ......... 2
C. C. C................. 2
Entrometidos
Johnny Palm 181 170 138 489
T. de Burrell 202 158 185 545
E. Burrell 154 222 177 553
T. Damin 170 195 188 563
P. Damin 190 200 198 588
897 945 886 2728
MIAMI, Fia.Ms de cien de
los mejores tiradores con pisto-
la y revolver de Estados Uni-
dos, Canad y Cuba, competi-
rn en el Miami Flamingo Open
Pistol Tournament, que se cele-
brar en esta ciudad del 20 al
23 de Marzo.
Entre los ya inscritos estn
Joe Benner, miembro del Ejr-
cito norteamericano, destacado
en Fort Knox, Kentucky, cam-
pen mundial de 1949: y el Sar-
gento Harry Reeves, de la Poli-
ca de Detroit, Michigan. Am-
bos actuaran en Buenos Aires,
Argentina, representando a Es-
tados Unidos en los Juegos Pan
Americanos que se celebraron
all.
Cinco tiradores de la Polica
de Detroit, Inspector Marvin
Driver, Maurice LaLonde, Al
Hennlng. John W. Porter y John
Mac Intlre, ae han inscrito ya
para representar aquel Depar-
tamento.
Otros inscritos son: Wayne
Welty, de Lincoln. Nebraska;
Thomas B. Parks, de Dallas, Te-
xas: Boyd Cherry, de Norwalk,
Connecticut; William H. Lux,
de Cincinnati, Ohio-, y Bruce
Whltelaw, de Louisville, Kentuc-
ky.
La nica pareja integrada
por marido y mujer Inscrita has
a el presente la forman Tris-
tan Boylboll y su esposa Freda
de Miami. Boylboll es un ex-
Inspector de Aduanas que estu-
vo destacado en Detroit, Michi-
gan por varios aos.
El nico tirador extranjero
Inscrito hasta ahora, es Clifford
G. B. Stuart, de Toronto, Cana-
d; pero se espera que nume-
rosos tiradores cubanos particl-
Sen en este torneo, como lo han
echo en ocasiones anteriores.
Adems participarn C. H.
Brelholz, de Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan, George F. Johnson, de Van
Mester, Iowa; y Donald Lewis,
de Detroit, Michigan.
An cuando la situacin in-
ternacional no permite que las
Fuerzas Armadas enven unida-
des que las representen oficial-
mente en esta clase de eventos.
es muy probable que muchos de
los miembros de stos obtengan
permisos para participar indivi-
dualmente o en teams Integra-
dos por ellos.
Lee F. Echols, de La, Mesa,
California, exmlembro del Ser-
vicio Secreto del Departamento
del Tesoro de Estados Unidos,
a quien se le considera como
uno de los ms destacados lira-
dores del pas, ha sido desig-
nado por la American Rifle
Association, para actuar como
Juez del Torneo, y el Teniente
A, T. Kelly, del Departamento
de Polica de Coral Gables, para
actuar como director del mismo.
CHICAGO
VIA MIAMI
Pinocho
Tito Barba 190 136
G. Grimaldo 160 135
M. Menasche 129 155
A. Acrlch 132 167
Chale Brln 196 160
203
175
133
162
176
529
470
417
461
529
Handicap
807
43
753
33
846 2406
43 129
850 796 889 2535
Cervecera ........... 1
V. Perr ............. 1
Packard ............... 1

.333
.259
.010
Celebra hoy su cumpleaos la
La Liga tiene reunin el pro- simptica seorita EMMA JIME-
xlmo viernes 16 a las seis de la I NEZ, madrina del Club Depor-
tarde y ae ruega puntual ass- tiro Pacifico, y hasta Santiago,
Las justas del ftbol
menor de Barraza se
reanudan el sbado
Con el propsito de continuar
la campana a favor del Balom-
pi, el entusiasta Temistocles
Molina, ha reanudado las acti-
vidades en Barraza y anuncio
que el sbado se cerrarn las
irf.m. ae enfrentarn las parejas tinuaron y Henrquez venci a STADO DE los kqiii'oS Prosigue esta noche la justa "Z^^"
Compuestas por los tenistas Stenvens poh 6-0, 5-7, y 6-4. rIskftbALL DE ANTON "-------- wu_ ~~ .i costumbre.
tencia a todos los representan-
tes. La cita es en el lugar de
Kfompuestas por
Claner-Randajl vs J. Pinilla- F.
dky.
"BASKETBALL DE ANTON Comercial de Softball con e
El match entre M. Fisher vs G. P. Pje. iuego entre RADIO BUSH, que,
G. Perry no se efectu. Deben ; DeD Temblor ........ 4 1 JM: lleva dos victorias consecutivas
jugar en el curso de la sema- n Qnico ............ S 2 .6991 contra el BUR que an se en-'
fatdicos tres'
dende se encuentra cursando
estudies, le enviamea nuestras
sinceras felicitaciones.
del /Circuito ln-
jugar en ei curso ae la sema-. D._ Qolco ........... 3 I contra el bur
i Bill Misner y Hugh Randall na y el ganador se enfrentar; p0ci ___........2 3 .499; cuentra con loa
Uaron a la pareja Hedges- a C. Oldfield el prximo Do-
irnes en tres set para ir a las mingo.
Dptica Sosa Expone Su Invicto
Maana Frente Al Chesterfield
(ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
i (Softball Social;
i
bptica Sosa
,amei
polica Na.
Mauricio
llemn Jr.
.ervecera
.ladunto
Vtnocho
Ihesterfield
p. Jimnez
fatedral
1
JUEGO DE HOY
CAMEL va. ALEMN Jr.
Juego de Maana
ptica Seaa va. Chesterfield
por Beto TEJADA
para maana corre a cargo de
i Chesterfield y ptica Sosa,
pt. Juego ste que no afectar a
1,000 ninguno de los competidoris,
1.000; ya que los "cigarrllleros" es-
700 tan eliminados y los de la Op-
500 tica estn clasificados.
El partido de ayer, fu una
victoria resonante para el Ca-
tedral, que logr su primera
victoria de la contienda al su-
perar al Pinocho por 6 carre-
ras a 4. Un cuadrangular de
Jack Cardoze con un compa-
ero en base, con dos outs en
la segunda mitad del ltimo
episodio dej en el campo al
Pinocho, para colocarse en
una situacin precaria refe-
rente al derecho de ir a la
serie final.
500
375
333
286
i Esta Urde juegan en la con- Francis lanz una gran pe-
Senda social de softball. los Iota por el Catedral y Chacha
quipos Alemn Jr., y Camel,
O el cual el primero se Jue-
a su opcin a ir a la serle
Inal y los otros defendern u
hvlcto. il partido sealado
Granados lanz por los del
Pinocho. Tres aislados lncogl-
bles ba'.earon los perdedores y
ocho los ganadores, incurrien-
do en cuatro errores.
Dep. Compa .......... 1 -299 ceros.
ANTCW. Marzo 14 Por A. Ch.) '
Los Urbanistas al comando de
a. w m intrrp- Jlmmle Samudlo vienen afilan
_Er Uv" onlm^s nartidos del P1* saborear su primer
Sant6S, rfiSSSSnatn de Baakrt trlunf v los R ball de Anton el sportivo wui de gu colocacln ,mcr
fe WJffiTS? es?reUcnha Put con .1 triunfo de esta
. ia..*i oc noche. Ambos bandos han prac-
"STJi "anotadore, de. ca partido fueron P. Snchez con mov' cotejo.
8 puntos por los vencedores y Maana ae presenta doble
G. Bernal con 10 puntos y M. jueg0 comenzando a la siete de
Fernndez con 6 por los perde- la noChe; e\ primero entre Ron
dores.
AVISO
Se informa al pblico tanto del Interior como de la
Capital de la Repblica, que hasta el da quince <15) de
los corrientes es el plazo fijado para que las declaracio-
nes del Impuesto sobre la Renta sean presentadas.
A aquellos que no cumplan con el mandato de la Ley se
les fijar la multa establecida en estos casos.
Roosevelt G. Thayer
Sub-Admlnistrador General de Rentas Internas,
Encargado del Despacho.
Social Deportiva
..Hoy celebra su cumpleaos el
deportista seor JUAN HERAZO
miembro del Club Deportivo
Con los juegos Polica vs
Compa y Temblor vs Quico, fi-
nalizar la primera vuelta del
Torneo.
De Las Grandes Ligas
CALIFORNIA. Marzo, Pensylvannla y empleado de es-
Los Medias Blancas vencieron a ta empresa. Hoy ser agasja-
los Piratas por anotacin de 12 do por tal motivo por los miem-
carreras a 10 con el cubano Lula bros de dicho Club. Para el "Ra-
Alom lanzando las ltimas dos to" Herazo nuestras congratu-
entradas. Jonronearon Dave laciones por tal motivo.
Phllye Cly de Boyd. Pet Metko- --------
vich y Wally Westlake. Hoy aer muy felicitado el
------ joven deportista Eusebio "Che-'
SARASOTA, Marzo (UP)Los bo" Prez Mir, por cumplir un
Medias Rojas batearon de veras ao nis de vida. Chebo quien
por vez primera esta primave- fu uno de nuestros mejores
ra y vencieron a los Tigres por cuidadores, milit en lol quinte-;
11 a 4 con 10 incoglblea, men- tos "Loa Aztecas" "Loa 34" y Ca-
tres que su lanzador Williard lie 17".
Nlxon permita un solo sencillo Nuestras felicitaciones a las
en las ltimas cuatro entradas, muchas que reciba
AVISO
DE VENTA DE VACAS Y NOVILLAS
1 Instituto Nacional de Agricultura tiene
para la venta en Divisa veintiuna novillas y
seis vacas con terneros, venta que se efectua-
r en remate pblico el prximo sbado 17
de Marzo a las once de la maana en Divisa.
Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias.
Inscripciones
fantil.
Adems para mantener en
condiciones a los diferentes con-
juntos del Circuito Mediano, se
opt por continuar el Calenda-
rio de Juegos de dicha compe-
tencia, que se haba suspendido
con motivo de la epidemia del
polio, y el sbado en la tarde
se medirn Panam vs Alemn
y Tamayo vs Santander. El Dep.
Alemn ya tiene asegurado el
torneo y ahora se resolvern
los siguientes lugares.
En la fecha de apertura de la
prxima temporada del ftbol
Infantil de Barraza. se entrega-
rn los trofeos y premios a los
distintos ganadores.
El quinteto de Antn
reta ti C. Carbonell
para un juego el 17
ANTON. Marzo 14 (Por A. Ch)
En reunin que celebr la
Directiva de la Liga de Basket-
ball de Antn, ae acord lanzar
un reto al equipo Celso Carbo-
nel, que militar en la prxi-
ma contienda de Panam, para
celebrar un partido de baln- i
cesto con la Seleccin antonera i
el prximo 17 en el Gimnasio
de eate lugar.
Se auplica al Director de di-
cho equipo, el entusiasta depor- j
tlsta "Chinlto Kau", que se co-
munique con el Fiscal de la Li-
ga antonera. Alberto Chong, pa-
ra arreglar lo concertlente a es-
te encuentro.
V (x(e/o$
Atslptcfos
~ Los necios
Ats Bajos
La PAA aeflala el ca-
mino a Chicago con las ta-
rifas ms econmicas y el
servicio ms rpido. Sola-
mente 12-J horas le sepa-
ran de Chicago. El DC-6
de la PAA sale diariamen-
te de Tocumen a las 2:20
AM y el DC-6 de Delta
Air Lines llega a Chicago
alal:56PM(TSC)del
mismo da. S, es cierto,
el Servicio de Primera
Clase significa que
usted vuela en lujoso
DC-6 durante todo
I viaje.
DE LUJO
Servicio de la. Clase
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Viaje Sencillo
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Servicio "El Turista"
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|V *'. (M-HO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARIO 14. If
",os Miserables" ser hoy
ti estrenada en el T. Lux
"la Muerte Enamorada" se
estrena en el T. Eldorado
La novela inmortal de Vctor
Hu^o, "Los Miserables" que fue-
ra 1 limada con xito fenomenal
hace unos aos por la Fox
Films, a costo de millones y
con miles en su reparto, vuel-
ve a las pantallas del mundo
a repetir sus glorias. Hoy ser
presentada ipor un dia sola-
mente i en el Teatro Lux.
Fredric March, ofrece su ac-
tuacin cumbre como Jean Val-
Jean y Charles Laughton, en su
ELDORADO
MAANA!
LA PELCULA LOCA!
LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA
- con -
MIROSLAVA
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
ESPERANZA ISSA
- y -
c: p.rr.'CS
inolvidable roje de Javert, el
astuto y despiadado polica, re-
cuerda nuevamente la grandeza
dp su arte. Pelculas como "Los!
Miserables" se hacen muy po-1
cas en el cine y la oportunidad!
de verla nuevamente, ser a-1
provechada por todos los que
conocen, o han odo, de su mag-
nificencia.
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
El "Aviso Oportuno'
Es Barato \ Efectivo
P.M.
3:00
3.15
3:3C
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
5:00
6.00
6:15
6:30
6:45
NUNCA VISTO!
Ella, la muerte, se enamora,
y el pblico muere de risa!...

Una pelcula que alarga 13
aos de vida a los que la
ven. No pierda el chance de
sacarse ese premio! Es fan-
tstica !!...
HOY MIRCOLES
Msica variada
Una Mujer Sin Importan-
cia. Dramatization,
II Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Nelson Eddy
Peticiones
Emilio Reales y su Orq.
Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
Msica de marimba
Filigranas Musicales
Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcarraga.
El Caballero de Varona
Dramatization "Camel"
El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
Donde el Rio Nace
Dramatizacin.
la Mucura de Oro
Prog. Lucky Strike
Msica variada
Selecciones populares
Msica Favorita
Acordes porteos
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Msica sin palabras
El Cancionero Nocturnal
Buenas Noches
A.M.
6.00
6:03
6.30
7:00
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:3.0
8:45
9.00
9:30
10:00
11:30
MAANA JUEVEt
Buenos Das
Despertador Musical
Noticiero
Melodas matinales
Acordes porteos
Msica venezolana
Grandes maestros
La Voz de Hoy
Ritmos del Norte
El Correo del Aire
Delicias Tropicales
Peticiones
Valses
SI le gusta a Ud. el mam-
bo, no pierda de ningn mo-
do la pelcula que estrena EL
DORADO maana, titulada LA
MUERTE ENAMORADA, por-
que tendr oportunidad de
presenciar el baile ms Insos-
pechado: EL MAMBO MACA-
BRO.
"LA MUERTE ENAMORA-
DA", es la pelcula lica del
ao, en la que los mayores
absurdo! tienen cabida, y to-
das sus escenas cumplen la fi-
nalidad de matar de risa a los
espectadores. Imaginen Uds.
que presenta a la Muerte de
manera deliciosa, ya que est
11:45 Msica brasilea
12:00 Luis Alcaraz y su Orq.
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcarraga
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica tpica
1:30 Acordes Porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones
encarnada por la belleza des-
lumbrante de MIR08LAVA, y
el afortunado mortal que des-
pierta su amor, es Fernando
Fernndez, el galn cantor del
cine mexicano, completando el
tringulo estelar el siempre
simptico Che Reyes.
Tiene de todo "LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA", y no hay que
ser supersticioso porque ver
esa fantstica pelcula alarga
a cada mortal 13 aos de vi-
da. Gnese el chance, y apro-
veche sacndose el 13!
MIROSLAVA, extiende una
gentil invitacin para todos.
Que nadie falte a ELDORADO
para comprobar que resulta
delicioso morirse de risa vien-
do... "LA MUERTE ENAMO-
RADA".
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
car: o
QdL^ia
DESDE
MAANA
Ut D" v: F "-">. cmSro. Conmovedor!
POR UER FELIZ H SU IMIDRE
EL niO SE JUCRBR LR UIDH
II
("The Rocking Hon. Winner")
mktaftafci*
VLEME H0BS0N JOHN HOWARD MWES RONALD SQUIRE
"EL VENGADOR INVISIBLE"
ESTRENO GIGANTE DESDE MAANA EN EL
TEATRO CENTRAL
Ni an lejos del lujar de la tragedia pueden Viveca Llndfors y
Charles Heston verse Ubres de la amenaza de muerte que sobre
ellos pende. Escena de "El Vengador Invisible" apasionante melo-
drama que se desarrolla entre pequeros y que la Paramount estre-
nar maana Jueves, en el Teatro CENTRAL.

Mario Galindo y O a.
presentan
un programa de las pinturas
con LUCHO AZCARRAGA -
en
SOLOS DE RGANOS
de Lunes a Viernes
a las 12:30 p.m.
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
y
Aa [Red Panamericana
LA PELCULA PROPIA DE MAMBOLANDIA!
MAANA en el
EL DISLOQUE HUMORSTICO MUSICAL
con BOBBY CAPO
interpretando un MAMBO de verdad, secundado
i por el msico panameo
AVELINO MUOZ
en la hilarante superproduccin mexicana
ANACLETO SE DIVORCIA
con CARLOS ORELLANA RITA MONTANER
y lo bellsima ROSITA ARENAS
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
MAN AN Al
Si traicionaba el Cdigo de
los Presos lo mataban!... 81
se iba contra el Cdigo de la
Ley lo encerraban de por vi-
dapor un crimen que no
cometi!...
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
El film de
ms vibrante
emocin
desde
'El Presidio"
Dos Estrellas
dinmicas
en un drama
humano de
Volcnica accin I
GLENN BRODERICK
FORD CRAWFORD
MILLARD MITCHELL
CECILIA
Q
Oran Doble!-
MAANA!
El mas emocionante drama i
de CAPA y ESPADA I
En Ingls
(limada en
Argentina
a todo lujo
con capital
Norteame-
ricano!
'LOS VENGADORES'
(The Avenfen)
- con -
John CARROLL
AdeleMARA
Moas MARIS
Roberto AIRALDI y
Fernando LAMAS
ADEMAS:
Una mujer de fuego y pasin, .\
y cinco hombres desesperados!
"FUEGO del INFIERNO"
(Hell Fire)
EN COLORES!
- con -
William Elliot Marie Windsor^
Forrest Tucker Jim Davis
,;:"
TEATROS
PRESENTA!
}'*}{, i
BELLA VISTA
Un Poderoso Pram 0> Acdn
Jehn Was/ae Swan Jftjward
"ROMANCE EN LOS
SIETE MARES"
CENTRAL
Accin y ven-
tura como slo
puede ofrecer

Errol Flynn
- en -
TEATRO CECILIA
TEATRO LUX
Un Drama Humano Tonudo de
la Pluma de VICTOR HUGOl
Frederic MARCH
Charlea LAUGHTON
"LOS MISERABLES"
DESDE JUEVES!
Glenn Ford Broderick
Crawford, en
"BX DESTINO MANDA"
TROPICAL
HOY ESTRENO! -
CARNADA PARA CRIMINALES... SUS SECRETOS
SON AHORA REVELADOS....
"MUJERES POLICAS"
con VIRGINIA HUSTON ROBERT ROCKWELL
MAANA ESTRENO!
Se da la orden . "Maten a
Mike Reese, sabe demasiado"
. . El siniestro capricho del
"personaje" desata a los pis-
toleros del hampa en
acecho del periodista
cuyas noticias revela-
ban la corrupcin del
"Sindicato".
JACK
DIETZ
HAL E.CHESTER
PRODUCTION
"DURYEA
HIRIIRT GALE
MARSHALL STORM
"EL GRITO
AHOGADO
HOWARD da SILVA
AAirHAFl O'SHEA
ery Anderson Gir Moore Melville Cooper Fried Inescofl Art Baker
fu Wit by Hal E. Chaster Directed by Cyii EnelWM Associate Pradacar laniard W.
Story by Crag k Screenplay by Henry Blaaktort Mwuc by Devi* Keee
......d thru Umtea Aitieu
La Comedia que lo har desternillarse de risa
Jack CARSON Lata ALBRIGHT, aa
"EL HELADERO"
___________ (Good Huaior Man)
VARIEDADES
UNA PELCULA TIERNA Y
HUMANA!
'EL MILAGRO
DE FATIMA'
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado a
Joseph Cotten Linda Darnell
Jeff Chandler Cornel Wilde
- en -
"LA FURIA DE LOS
VALIENTES"
Ademas: -
Paul Douglas Jean Peten, en
"Mi Adorable Gngster"
TEATRO TIVOLI
DIA DE BANC01
B.1M M Gratis a las S y f p.m.
- Adema: -
"MARES SANGRIENTOS"
La Pandilla, an
LA RUBIA PELIGROSA",
TEATRO IRIS
Franchot Tone, en
"EL HOMBRE DE LA
TORRE EIFFEL"
Harry Caray. Jr., an
"Caravana de Valiente"
EN
BX
PRESIDENTE
HOY I DIA POPULAS! HOY I
Colosal Dobla Programa I
Lab Anillar Naris Luisa Zea
Crex Airando, aa
"YO MATE A ROSITA
ALVIREZ"
- Ademas: -
Risas!... Canciones!... BailasI...
Amanea Lcdesnaa, am
'Te Basar en la Boca"
PRECIOS: 0..M... M
*
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
A PETICIN GENERAL!
ABBOTT y COSTELLO
an la hilarante comedia
I.a Legin Extranjera"
- Adam: -
Maria Monta Sab
Jon Hal], en
"Las Mil y Una Noche*"
TEATRO ED180N
George Sander, en
"ALIAS EL CAMFEON"
John Carroll, en
"LAS ENGAJADAS"
CINE HISPANO
Tom Neal, en
"Arentaru Amainlras"
Dean Jagger, en
Misin TranaatLBAtea"
VICTORIA
"Aventuras de Billy
Cody" Ens. 14 y IS
Glenn Ford, en
"PAULA"
Robert Sterling, en
EL TIRANO"
PACIFICO
John Hodlak, en
"Sala aa la Noche"
- Ademas: -
Warner Bastar, an
"RUMBO AL
INFIERNO"
VISTERMOSA
R. Mbntalbn. an
"EL MISTERIO DE
LA PLAYA"
Adems: -
Jane Powell, an
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ROOSEVELT
Maria Flix, en
"DORA DIABLA"
- Ademas: -
"UNA CANCIN A
LA VIRGEN"
APOLO
"SOY CHARRO DE
RANCHO GRANDE"
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SBADO!
FUNCIN DE
MID'TW
IDEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
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"TEHB1H"
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