The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Panama American
Let the people know the truth and the country is tefe** Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 16. 1951
PITO CENT
Britain Warns
Iran Against
Seizing Oil Co.
LONDON, March 16 (UP) Britain today warntd
the Iranian government that it cannot legally tirminota
the contract of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company by any
process of nationalization whicn actually amount to seizure
Tn Teheran British Ambassador Sir Francis Shepherd
handed the Iranian government a note which said Britain
learned "with much concern" of the proposal to national.
the industry. The not drew Iran's "urgent attention to
the terms of the oil company's contract.
"W w w
Britons Say Iran's
Oil Nationalization
May Benefit Soviet
The note was friendly but firm.
It expressed conviction that dis-
cussions on the oil <.Wn
will take place on a fair and
reasonable basis" and pointed to
the Anglo-Iranian Company s of-
fer to reach a new agreement
providing for equal sharing 01
oil profits with Iran.
Meanwhile 6,000 Communists
gathered In front of the MaJ"*
(Parliament) In Teheran ana
cheered demands that lan eh*
the installations of the 585,000,-
000 oil company without lndem-
nlfc
IB
elsewhere In Iran with the theme
"throw the robbers (British) In-
to the sea."
Neutral diplomat. In Teheran
re still stunned by the Majlis
nationalization vote. They are
Inclined to credit the about-face
of many deputies to tnreaUot
violence following the "fassln-
atlon of Premier All Razmara
March 7. _________^_
Tanker Explodes
In Naples Harbor;
12 Dead, 51 Hurt
NAPLES, March 18 (UP) The
Italian tanker Montenegro,10,-
000 tons, blew up In Naples Har-
bor today, scattering flaming de-
bris for almost a mile.
It Is estimated 12 are dead ana
61 hospitalized.
The tanker was being repaired
In pisaoane central dock when it
blew up and split In two. One
portion sank immediately.
Nearby ships were towed out
Into the harbor away from the
flaming tanker.
Time Running Out
For Vandenberg;
Little Hope Left
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Mar.
16 (UP). Senator Arthur
Vandenberg' family said to-
day at his home here that the
Senator was "getting worse."
Doctors are expressing little
hope for his Ufe.
Vandenberg suffered a re-
lapse several weeks ago after a
series of operations for a lung
ailment.
Peron Congress
Vote To Decide
La Prensa Fate
LONDON, Mar. 18 (UP)Bri-
tish sources said today that Rus-
sia could eventually control the
Iranian oil fields and be In a
position to fight a world war
II the Iranians go through with
their plans to nationalize their
oil Industry. ,
Iran's parliament voted unani-
mously to nationalize the coun-
try's oil, meaning the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company which has
a monopoly on Iranian oil.
Sources here stated that if
such a course la taken the Sov-
iets could, under certain condi-
tions, march Into Iran and take
over the oil fields without run-
ning smack into the Brltlah-
owned company.
Under the 1921 Russo-Iranlan
Treaty the Russians have a right
to send troops into Iran if "at-
tempts by a third party" to con-
quer Iran "or to turn Iranian
territory Into a military base a-
gainst Russia" should endanger
the frontiers of the Soviet Union.
The Russians invoked the
treaty and invaded Iran in 1941
on the rounds that Nazi spies
were organizing and arming
"traitors" to fight the Soviet
Union.
Many military experts believe
Russia, which produces only 2Vt
per cent of the world's oil, could
not undertake a prolonged world
war till assured of a greater sup-
ply.
During World War H the Rus-
sians received extensive aid from
the West, especially in high oc-
tane fuel for planes. Jet aircraft
use more fuel than the piston en-
gine planes of World War n,
and Russia like the rest of the
world has been developing jets.
Iran, which produces slightly
more than six per cent of the
world's oil, was No. 1 producer
in the Middle East with 31,800,-
000 metric tons in 1950.
The United States, the largest
producer in the world, produced
270,000,000 tons in that year but
has to import another 40,000,000
to 50,000,000 tons yearly, accord-
ing to the authoritative "Petro-
leum Press Service."
BUENOS AIRES, March 16
(UP) The Argentine Congress,
convoked by President Juan Pe-
ron's decree, will meet this af-
ternoon to decide the fate of the
Independent newspaper La Pren-
sa which suspended publication
Jan. 26 because of a dispute with
the Newsvendors' Union, a pro-
Government organization whose
members are not La Prensa em-
ployes.
In convoking Congress, Peron
said Congressional action was
necessary because the dispute
has "assumd characteristics sur-
passing the usual differences be-
tween employers and employes.
"An intense campaign has been
launched, ostensibly on the basis
of freedom of the press, but di-
rected toward damaging Argen-
tina's International prestige and
the indestructible union of the
people with their government.'
The decree did not mention any
specific measures which might
be brought before the two
houses, both of which are con-
trolled by the Peronista party.
However the Government-con-
trolled press union last night
asked the government to expro-
priate the newspaper "so it may
work to the common benefit ox
the Argentine people according
to clear constitutional provi-
sions."
The latest developments in La
Prensa case were accompanied
by stepplng-up of criticism of
the United States In the Peron-
ista press. .
Assistant U. S. Secretary of
State Edward G. Miller Jr was
described as an "enemy of Ar-
gentina" and a "consul for La
Prensa, in a front-page editorial
of the afternoon newspaper El
Lder.
A columnist for Democracia,
chief Peronista morning paper,
accused foreign news agencies of
Inventing news and engaging in
espionage. ,
Commenting on Miller's state-
ni this week that he "as a
Top Envoys To Discuss |
Crossing 38th Parallel
Paraso Teen-Ager, Kobbe Sgt.
Die; Both Believed Suicides
A 13-year-old boy from Paral-
so and a 28-year-old sergeant
from Port Kobbe are dead today
both apparently by their own
The bey, Ralph Arthur Foster,
was found at 6:35 a.m. in a small
toilet room of the Paraso klnder-
Karten, strangled to death by five
lengths of 41-lnch long shoe lat-
es The soldier, whose name we
withheld by the Army pending
notification of his next-of-kln,
was found at 3 a.m. In his Ko')be
auarters, shot through the near...
Young Ralph had been dead
for several hours when his bou y
was found, accidentally by his
18-year-old brother. Philip. Both
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs
James Ivan Foster of Paraso,
The younger boy had been miss-
ing since about 3:40 p.m. yester-
day He was last seen near the
Paraso school where he was a
sixth grade student, and seemed
to be in good spirits. Police learn-
ed however, that earlier he had
been depressed because his grade
had dropped from a "B" to a C
average on a recent report card.
About 6:30 a.m. today the old-
er brother reported for work at
the kindergarten building where
he was an assistant Janitor. He
ment this week that he
friend of Argentina" was con-
cerned over La Prensa's doting.
El Lder said:
"If he has been quoted cor-
rectly, then Miller is not a friend
of Argentina, a nation that loa-
thes, here and now, the indus-
trial and commercial enterprise
In reference. La Prensa, because
during 72 years it trafficked in
the surrenders which determined
the subjection of our people to
imperialist plutocracy."
Polio Foundation
Names Marshall
New CZ Chairman
his brother's body. Philip reached
under the partition and shook
Ralph, thinking the boy had fall-,
"aeMng" no answer Philip
climbed over the partition and
found Ralph lying on the floor
his throat looped with the shoe
strings which were tied to a
doorknob. Philip was unab e to
untie them and called for help. A
stepbrother heard his cries and
climbed the partition; cutting he
ihoe laces and lowering the
youngster's body to the floor.
An extra set of keys to the
building, keys which Ralph used
when he helped his brother In
the Janitor work, was lying on
lhpoUce6tand medical assistance
were called and Ralph was pro-
nounced dead by Dr. H. L. Phil-
lips of the Pedro Miguel dispen-
sary. A coroner's Jury has been
empanelled and an autopsy is be-
ing performed.
An investigation into the ser-
viceman's death is being con-
ducted by the Army provost mar-
shal. The soldier was Identified
as a 28-year-old Puerto Rlcan
sergeant from headquarters or
the 504th Field Artillery Bat-
talion. The gun used in the fatal
shooting was a carbine which
had been taken from the bat-
tery's arms room.
De
Allies Inch Ahead
Against Revived
Chinese Resistance
thetoilet room, the lower part of! tasUnUneour
Roberto Arias Says Report
He Got Bank Shares 'Absurd'
2000 Zone Troops Act
In 'Operation Chepo7
Almost 2,000 men have enteredprovlslonal platoon of the 20th
the field in preparation for MP Company.
"Operation Chepo." the largest
Army "eld exercUe to be held in Before any units moved to the
the entire Caribbean area since field, the Surgeon USARCARIB,
Portrex Operation Chepo wll ordered a survey of the area by
begin Monday and continue till the 25th Malaria Survey Detach-
Anrll 7 ment- The Surgeon's office
The Chepo-Pacora area of Pa- will provide medical support
nama, where the movements of throughout the everclae.
GI troops and vehicles were fam- ___
lliar sight during the war years, Red Cross representatives have
is the scene of the current ex- made trips to the field during the
erclse. All through the week, men week to furnish the men reading
and materiel have moved from material and games, while the
various parts of the Canal Zone Special Service Section, USAR-
lnto this region as major and at- CARIB, has arranged PX facll-
tached units of the U. S. Army Hies and is completing plans for
Caribbean set up positions and motion picture entertainment,
bivouacs Tne units have been divided
Previous arrangement! with Into two forces: an aggressor,
the Panama National Police en- consisting of the 45th Cavalry
suxed a smooth, uninterrupted plus one platoon of the 37th
movement of men and equipment Combat Engineers and a task
to the area force, or "United States force.'
Troops reaching the field early consisting of the remaining
this week underwent tactical troops. The aggressor Is to slmu-
tralnlng in preparation for the late an attack somewhere wlth-
"blg show." Units represented in the area limits, and the task
were the 45th Mechanized Ca- force will attempt to destroy the
valry Reconnaissance Squadron; Invaders.
1st Battalion, 33d Infantry Regi-
ment: one battery of the 504th For many of the men Involved,
Field Artillery Battalion; the said an officer in the field, it is
37th Combat Engineers Com- the first maneuver experience,
gany: a provisional platoon of "But they learn fast," he added,
le 65th AAA Group: the 33d In- "and they'll learn a lot before
gantry's Tank Company,* and a they're through out here. _
James Marshall has been
named Executive Chairman of
the Canal Zone Chapter of the
National Foundation for in-
fantile Paralysis replacing Dr.
K. O. Courtney, who recently
left the Isthmus.
Marshall has been Chief of
the Postal, Customs and Im-
migration Division since its
formation last July and was
Chief of the former Civil Ai-
falrs Division for three year
before that.
He la member of the Execu-
tive Committee and the Board
of Directors of the Canal Zone
Chapter of the American Red
Cross and was chairman of the
organizations^ fund campaiag
In 1948 and 1949-
He has been on the Isthmus
since 1930 when he came here
from Kentucky where he had
been employed for several years
for fuel and coal companies. He
was firts employed in the
Correspondence Bureau and was
transferred in 1932 to the CW11
Affairs Division. He was named
Assistant Chief of the Divisnn
In January 1938 and became
Chief in June 1947.
But M'sieur Finds
He Has No Funds
PARIS, March 1 (UF).
Nearly all preparation* are
made for President Vincent
Auriol's departure for the Uni-
ted SUtes next week bnt he
still doesn't have any money
for the trip.
A resolution calling for cre-
dits to finance bis voyage is
not yet introduced into the
National Assembly, and de-
Katice have only five more days
i which to consider such a
resolution.
Dr Roberto E. Arias, former
editor of El Panam Amrica, to-
day termed absurd a statement
published yesterday In The Na-
tion that 5.000 shares of the Pan-
ama Trust Company were en-
dorsed to him and delivered to
him in the penthouse of The Pa-
nama American.
Dr Arias said the statement,
accredited tq Augusto Guillermo
Arango, president of the bank,
was a "ridiculous and insidious
scheme" to implicate him In a
Trust Company "affair" report-
edly bared following the forced
closing of the bank's doors due w
a shortage o cash on hand.
The Nation's article quoted coi.
Jose Antonio Remon, Panama Po-
lice Chief, as stating that Aran-
go had said Roberto received the
5,000 shares as "protection" for
the government's assistance at
the time the bank suffered its
first run In December.
The quotation from Remon was
in the form of a letter to Arango
Sen. Brewsler Says
Appeasement Clouds
U.S. View ol Spain
WASHINGTON, March 16 (UP)
Senator Owen Brewster, Maine
Republican, said today that Bri-
tain and France are appeas ng
Communists at home by blocking
Spain's participation in the At-
lantic Pact army.
Brewster brought up the Span-
ish Issue as the Senate opened
Its debate on resolutions approv-
ing the dispatch of four addi-
tional United States troop divi-
sions to Europe but requiring
Congressional approval for more
than that. ,. .
As the debate began, President
Harry 8. Truman at his Key
West, Florida, press conference
made it clear that he expects to
do whatever is necessary during
the emergency on sending troops
abroad, and that what Congress
did In the legislative field was
Its own business. The President
maintains that as Commander-
ln-Chlef he has power to send
troops to foreign lands.
Brewster told newsmen that
British and French officials had
"very skilfully poisoned the
minds" of some United States
leaders against membership for
the Spanish government in the
Atalntlc Pact.
The Issue of Spain's role in the
mutual defense effort was high-
lighted by a report on the Pact
program Just Issued by the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations and Arm-
ed Services committees. ,------
asking him to verify such a
statement. The bank president
replied that he could not remem-
ber everything he told Remon but
that if he (Remon) said he made
such a declaration it must be so.
Roberto, who is a nephew of
President Arnulfo Arias, flatly
denied any connection with any
transaction for 5,000 shares of
Trust Company stock In hi
statement published today in
both La Hora and El Panama
Amrica.
He said The Nation's story was
completely false and sent a let-
ter to Panama's National Econo-
mic CouncU asking them to make
a complete investigation into the
"motives, insinuations and acts
of those who contributed directly,
or indirectly, to the closing of the
Trust Company.
Roberto's denial was accompa-
nied by a photostatlc copy of a
statement signed by Arango on
March 8 to the effect that he
(Roberto) had had no dealing of
any kind regarding shares In the
Trust Company.
It was pointed out also that
another signed statement by A-
rango. which appeared In yester-
day's La Estrella de Panam cer-
tified that neither President A-
rias nor" any of his relatives, was
Involved In the reported transac-
tion for 5,000 shares of the bank
stock.
Roberto also stressed that A-
rango himself la the president of
Productos de Construccin 8.A.,
the company to which the 5,000
shares of stock were said to have
been Issued. __. ,.
Since that is so," Roberto said,
"It Is only the president and legal
representative of that company,
Mr Augusto Guillermo Arango,
who can use them or claim them.
And f said shares may have oeen
endorsed In blank or in favor of
another person, the bearer of
said shares would receive no ben-
efits without first obtaining a
new certificate duly made out by
the Panama Trust Company and
inscribed in Its register of shares
through Its president (Arango.)'
Roberto said he had shown:
(1) That only with the aid of
Arango president of both compa-
nies could it be possible to assign
or transfer said shares or receive
any benefit from them and
(2i That he had absolutely
nothing to do with said shares.
The allegation In The Nation,
he concluded. Is absolutely false
."and It is nothing,more than
an Insidious, evil and absurd
scheme."
TOKYO, Mar. 16. (UP). -
United Nation forces inched
ahead against bitter Chinese
resistance north of Hongchon
on the central Korean front
today as the withdrawing Com-
munists dug in for a deter-
mined stand and threw heavy
artillery and mortar fire into
the pursuers.
Front line dispatches report
the Reds are throwing strong
reserves into the fight in an
effort to stall the rentless
American advance on Chun-
chon and the 38th parallel, only
eight miles north of Chun-
chon.
Mortar and artillery lre
thrown into the American posi-
tions Included orne deadly
American-made white phospho-
rous shells previously captured
by the Chinese.
But American artillery gave
back the punishment five-fold,
and Allied fighters rocketed,
strafed and napalmed the Red
ridge positions all day.
General Douglas MacArthur
has told South Korean Pres-1
ldent Syngman Rhee that the
United Nations might again,
abandon Seoul if the Reds
launch a new offensive. He
advised Rhee's government not
to return to Seoul presently.
If the Reds pull out of Chun-
chon, believed to be their last
supply base In South Korea,
the 8th Army probably can
sweep forward to the 38th pa-
rallel before the rainy season
begins in two week.
House Group OK's
Age I8V2 Draft;
26 Month Service
WASHINGTON. March 16 (UP)
_ The House Armed Services
Committee approved a bill today
to draft lB'-i-year-olds for m
months service, but Imposed
strict limits on the length of time
reservists and National Guards-
men may be kept In uniform.
Approval of the combination
draft-UMT bill came on a lop-
sided 32 to 3 vote after the com-
mittee voted against putting any
manpower celling on the armed
forces and approved a proposal
under which Inductees could de-
mand the right to serve in se-
gregated service units.
At the last minutes, the com-
mittee defeated. 20 to 13, an
amendment which would have
penalized defense-industry strik-
ers by taking their Jobs and
seniority away from them. It re-
jected another anti-strike pro-
posal which would have forced
draft boards to cancel striker'
job deferments.
Besides lowering the draft age
from to 184 and extending the
service term for all draftees from
21 to 26 months, the bill provides
for a post-emergency Universal
Military Training program in
which youths 18 Vi and not yet 19
would be subject to six months"
basic training. \
Committee Chairman Carl
Vlnson. D Ga., described the
compromise measure as "a very
fine bill" and much-improved
over the Senate-passed bill to peg
the draft age at 18 and extend
the service term for only 24
month. _
President Truman and Defense
Secretary George C. Marshall
wanted an unrestricted 18-year-
old draft for 27 months.
\
WASHINGTON, March 16 (UP) This afternoon tojk^
State Department official and military strategists ar
scheduled to have a conference with envoys of the United
Nations countries whose troops are fighting in Korea.
The issues of the 38th Parallel and future United Na-
tions moves opened anew after General Douglas Mac-
Arthur said in an interview that he needed "fundamental
decisions" on the Korean War before undertaking any new"
military moves. t
President Harry S. Truman told a news conference at
Key West however that crossing the 38th parallel was o
tactical matter for MacArthur to decide. Details of this
statement are on page 10. ^ ^ ^^ ^
certain to be the ubject of in-
tense questioning this after-
noon by other nations who
troops are in Korea.
These nations had been as-
ured previously that the 38th
parallel would not be crossed in
force till they had held con-
sultations with the United Sta-
ted
The absense of any Chines
comment on the United Na-
tions peace otters-long standing*,
or current-has prompted stra-
tegists to predict the Red Chi-
nese and North Koreans will
mount a new major stab at th
winning United Nation force,'
If any new attack is repelled,
the chance for peace negotia-
tions will Improve, according to
these estimates.
Informed quarters here said
the Reds could get a cease-fir
in Korea by agreeing to a de-'
militarized buffer zone along!
the 38th parallel, and other
previous United Nation peao
offers.
But Pelping remains coldly,
silent on all peace overtures.
For security reasons there will
probably be no important publlo
announcement after this af-
ternoon's meeting.
Kilroy Was There!
Sosa Hill Burned?
In Annual Mystery;
The kids didn't do it, as far
as anyone knows, and the fire-
men didn't start It, but Soe j
Hill grass was burned yester-
day afternoon.
So, once It was started Zone
firemen took over and finished
the Job they would have had t
do in a few days anyhow.
The fire started about 2 pan.
near the Union Oil Company
tank farm. Flames began to
lick through the dried, tag
grass toward the top. Firemen
pitched in then, with what thejr
call "controlled burning'- aad
spread the fire to the other side
of the hill.
At one time, about 3 p.m., the
smoke wa so thick that on
couldn't see across the street
near the Balboa theater.
Arango Leaves
For New York
On 'Cristbal'
A. G. "Bill" Arango left
today for New York on the
Panam Line's Cristobal. A-
rango journeyed to the At-
lantic Side of the Isthmus on
a Panam Railroad scooter.
The President of the Pan-
am Trust Company has been
in ill health for some time,
and is visiting the United
States for medical treatment.
American Crewman
Disappears At Sea
Off Oreship Marore
CRISTBAL, Mar. 16 The
disappearance at sea either
buy accidental d r 0 w n 1 n or
suicide of a crewman from
the oreship Marore war repart-
here Wednesday night.
The missing man was inden-
tlfled by Capt Eric Nyborg as
Lawrence A. Kelly, 48, American.
He had signed on Just before
the Marore left Baltimore Mar.
9 and was last seen at 4 a.m.
two days later.
At that time he had been
sent from the ship's engine
room to summon a relief. Fellow
crewmen said that he did not
appear despondent. He was
known to have a severe case
of asthma.
Canal Zone police, who ques-
tioned the master and crew,
could find no indication that
Kelly had enemies aboard the
Marore or that there had been
ana foul play.
Rexie Misses 2-Minute Vows
As Mother Marries Elliott
GIVE!
Balboa Tides
High Low
19:52 ajn. 114 ft. 4:38 a.m. 42 It.
11:29 jn. W.I ft. 5:M fjn. 5.1 ft.
Training Americans to care
for themselves and others in
event ol accident or injury has
been a Red Croas job lor more
than 40 year.
Last year, volunteers operat-
ing 2,100 Red Cross highway
first aid stations and nearly
11,000 mobile units attended
29,100 accidents and gave
emergency eare to 18,500 per-
sons.
You can support this training
program and help reduce trai-
lle deaths by giving to the 1951
Red Croa fund campaign, __
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.. Mar. 16 stockings or hat. She carried
(UP) "Novelist'' Elliott Roose- nosegay of dark red sweetheart
velt married bare-legged Mln- roses.
newa Bell Ross today In a cas- Roosevelt was dressed In
ual, private ceremony at the dark blup coat, grey trouser
bride's luxurious hideaway on and black moccasln-type shoes.
Sunset Island. Mrs. Ross' seven-year-old eon.
The son of the late President Rexle Ross III, came out of the
and the wealthy divorcee left a house a few minutes before th
few hours later by plane for a ceremony complaining: "Th
three-day honeymoon at Vara- place is a mess., flowers are all
dero Beach, Cuba. over the house."
Young Ross, dressed In a navy
The two-minute, double ring blue Eton suit, stepped across
ceremony conducted by Clr- the street and returned too late
cult Judge George Holt was to see his mother married,
the fourth marriage each for Elliott's brother, John Roose-
Roosevelt and auburn haired velt. and John's wife. Anne, ac-
Mrs. Ross. He Is 40 and she Is 39. companled the couple on their
The newly-weds beamed when honeymoon to Cuba,
they met newsmen on the back Elliott said they would returr
lawn beside Blscayn Bay, where Sunday and begin construction
Roosevelt's 38-foot yacht was of their home on the Fiorina
docked and where their whirl- Keys next week. He said they
wind romance flowered in this would move to the smart Buir
resort's springtime weather. Club here Wednesday.
"We met at a party In Holly- "Unfortunately I do a lot of
wood during the war," he said, radio work in New York but I
"But I believe the first time we am going to live here and coin-
went out was last December in mute," he said.
New York. It took us both a lit- Elliott Identified himself as a
tie time to figure out the ro- novelist, radio writer and real
mance estate dealer. He said he had
Mrs. Ross, who obtained a Just completed a book entitled
"quickie" divorce from Dr. Rex "Star Spangled Jones, based on
L Ross. Jr., only last Monday, the life of John Paul Jones,
wore a three and one-half carat which he has turned over t
emerald-cut diamond which El- New York publishers,
llott gave her. She had on a He did not Indicate whethei
one-year-old custom-made pon- he would have any partinihand-
gee suit that hugged her neck ling the fortune left hiswife>J*
closely. Her suede shoes match- her late father, a C*"*0'1
ed the suit but she did not wear estate and oU Held develop .


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' THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, MARCH It, MSI
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
Arrives
New Orleans Freight Servio Cristbal
- S.S. Fiador Knot..............................March 16
I 8.S. Quisque, ................................March 20
.S. Leven Band................................March, .
. S.S. Quisqueya .................................April 3
Handling Refrigerated. Chillad
and General Carra.
New York Freight Service
Arrival
Cristbal
Z S.S. Cape Ann ................................March 19
S.S. Cape ATinof..............................March 28
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................*pr" *
pavana Freight Service
Sailings Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekl sailings to New ora. Los Angeles and Seattle.
Occasional sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
|rhe steamers in this service arc limited to twelve passengers.
frequent Sailings from Cristbal to
West Coast of Central America-
Cristbal 2121
Talaphonas:
Panam 2-2804
Coln 20
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that speak
for themselves
Last month THE PANAMA
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classified ads as comparad
to 2424 in all othar daily
papers in Panam com-
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Carrying 403 cruise passengers,
the Canadian Pacific Line's Em-
press of Scotland arrived this
morning on her fourth Caribbean
cruise this season. .
She berthed at Cristobal about
7 a.m. and will sail tonight, Stops
of her present 14-day cruise have
been at Kingston, La Qaaira, and
Curacao. From Cristobal she goes
to Havana and bac kto New Yorlc.
The Empress has one more Ca-
ribbean cruise this season, sched-
uled to arrive In Cristobal April
1.
On her first cruise docking In
Cristobal Jan. 27, she brought
372 passengers. On Feb. 12, she
had 386 aboard"and on Feb. 28
she carried 402 tourists.
Vacation
James Roberts, of the Pacific
Side office of Payne and Wardlaw
and Andrews & Co. Is sailing
Monday aboard the Donaldson
Line's Llsmorla.
He will go first to England
where he will spend several weeks-
Recrosslng the Atlantic to New
York, he will drive across the
United States, returning here
from the West Coast. He will be
away about four months.
Point Four Chief
Says Latin America
Can Increase Crops
WASHINGTON, March 16
(USISIThe Chief of the U. 8.
Point Four program of Technical
Assistance predicts that within
five years food crops In Latin
America can be Increased suf-
ficiently "to wipe out existing
deficits, to take care of a large
growth of population, and to
provide a surplus for export."
Dr. Henry G. Bennett, head of
the U. S. technical Cooperation
Administration, made this com-
ment at a diner given by the
American Bar Association for
Latin American lawyers and am-
bassadors of the American re-
publics to the Organization "of
American States and the United
States. Te Bar Association de-
signed the occasion as "Inter-
american Bar Night."
Dr. Bennett, who for many
years before taking charge of
the Point Four Program was
president of Oklahoma (State)
Agriculture and Mechanical Col-
lege, gave his impressions of a
trip he made recently to a num-
ber of Central and South Amer-
ican countries.
"What I saw of the soil, of
the methods now In use, and the
experiments being conducted In
applying modem techniques,
leaves no doubt In my mlhd that
these American republic can
double their food supply In a
relatively short time," Dr. Ben-
nett asserted.
"Given the proper methods,
concerted effort and a reason-
able Investment of capital." he
added, "the production of food
and other agricultural products
can be auadrupel then multi-
plied manv times more."
We read the
PANAMA AMERICAN
at
our house!
Oh, boy, let mt
t those Pana-
ma A inert can
funiilei .They're
topa! And on Sunday there are 4 full
paiea In the Supplement too! On Tata-
day' there' new about our achool acti-
vlUee.
Training Ship
Several' hours ahead of sched-
ule, the Massachusetts Maritime
Academy ship Charleston docked
at Pier In Cristobal at 11 pjn.
Wednesday. She Is sailing Mon-
day for Trujlllo In the Dominican
Republic.
On her present training cruise,
she had aboard 195 midshipmen
and cadets, a crew of 25 men and
20 officers. Rear Admiral Julian
D. Wilson, Ret., superintendent
of the Maritime Academy, Is
aboard the Charleston.
No other new-
Siper can beat
lie Panama
American far
complete, up-to-the-minute new eover-
ifc and editorial ouallty. And the only
way to keep up with the world of aporta
U Uuouih The Panama American!
When the day
work 1 done,
I can't wait to
read the Social
!iie o The Panama American And em
undavi. everything from laihion new
to helpful household hint are Included
In the Women' pa|tiIn Entllsh aad
Spanish both!
Leaving
Jon valen, of Fenton agency's
Balboa office Is leaving early next
week for Valparaiso Chile. He will
be associated there with the gen-
eral agency for the Knutsen Line.
Valen has been on the I''h-
mus for the past 18 months,
having come here from Norway.
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Every once in a while Hard
Luck Joe analyzes a hand beauti-
fully. He sees at a glance that
the hand calls for setting up a
particular suit, or perhaps for a
cross-ruff. Off he goes to execute
his plan. As a matter of fact,
"execution" la exactly the word
his partners often use. For ex-
ample, his analysis of the hand
shown today was perfect In all
respects but one. He saw that the
hand called for a croas-ruff and
he was'right.
West opened the king of clubs,
and Joe won with the ace. He saw
that he could expect to win four
high cards outside of the trump
suit. He also saw that he could
win his eight trumps separately
by cross-ruffing. Obviously,
therefore, it was up to him to
cross-ruff the hand In order to
make his contract.
After winning the first trick
with the ace of clubs, Joe ruffed
a club In dummy to begin the
cross-ruff. He next cashed the ace
of hearts and ruffed a heart In
his own hand.
Then he realized that he had
better cash the top diamonds be-
fore going too far and he there-
fore laid down the ace and king
of diamonds. He next ruffed the
six of clubs In dummy and ruffed
a second heart In his own hand;
and followed by ruffing the ten
of clubs In dummy and a third
heart in his own hand.
At this point Joe was In his
own hand with one trump and
two diamonds while dummy had
one trump, one heart and one
diamond. Joe led a diamond but
West won and returned a trump,
thus causing dummy's aueen to
fall on the same trick as Joe's ace.
Joe therefore still had to lose an-
other diamond trick.
Joe was right when he decided
to cross-ruff the hand. However,
he should have foreseen the posi-
tion which actually came about.
In order to make the contract
he had to begin the hearts before
ruffing a club.
Correct play Is to win the ace
of clubs, cash the top diamonds,
take the ace of hearts, and ruff
a heart. It Is now possible for de-
clarer to ruff three clubs In dum-
my and return by ruffing three
more hearts. In this way all eight
trumps are made separately.
Bring out th
full luscious
flavour of i
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN TCTErDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Army, Navy, Air Force News
Atlantic Sector CO
Sent To California
BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANCIS A. MARCH, left. Acting;
Chief of Staff, United States Army Caribbean, presented cer-
ttflcates to four young women at a recent review held by
the Balboa ROTC Unit at Balboa Stadium. Those honored,
elected sponsors of the unit, were, left to right, honorary
Captain Gavie MacDonald, and honorary 1st Lts. Joan
Sprscue, Celeste Powell and Arlene McKeown. They wore
trim red-and-whlte uniforms for the occasion.
AIM honored was Pfc. Samuel Steele, right, who received
a letter of commendation for outstanding service given his
'TC Cn. s rnat>r of its baseball team in the intramural
league of the High School.
Following the presentations, General March trooped the
line accompanied by a reviewing group which included the
four sponsors and Major Wayne L. Bart, Professor of Mili-
tary Science and Tactics.
(U. S. Army Photo)
INVESTORS SERVICE CORPORATION
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS
Arotrlcan Finance Corporation ransml Forest Products It
Azucarera Nacional. S. A. (Preferred 7%) ................ 100
Aranio it Lyons. S. A. ................................... 100
Cemento Panam. S. A................................... 34
Compaa Licorera de Panam, S. A..................... 2
Compaa General de Seguras. S. A.............**......... 35
Compaa Internacional de Seguros. S. A. ................ M'
CompaAla de Lefevre, S. A. (Common) ................. li'j
Compaa de Lefevre, S. A. (Preferred) .................. 1
CompaAla Panamea de Aceites, S. A. .......t.......... 30
Clay Products Company ................................
Hoteles Imeramerlcanos, & A. .......................... 1*
Nstiooal Brewery. S. A................................. 59
National'Distslar*. S. A................................. -
Panameriean Orange Crush Co. (Common) ............ 32
Panamerican Orange Crush Co. (Preferred) ............ 35
Panam Power At Light Company (Common) .......... 32
Panam Power & Light Company (Preferred) .......... 44
Panam Coca-Cola Bottling Company ................... 814
Panam Trust Company. Inc............................
San Fernando Clinic.................................... 7
Storey Engineering, S. A................................
Tierras del Chagrn. S. A. (Common)....................
Compaa Panamea de Aviacin (COPA) ...............
Panam Insurance Company, Inc..........,.......... 23
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FORT GULIGK, March 16
Colonel J. E. Slack, until recently
commanding Officer of the At-
lantic Sector, Fort Gullck, has
been reassigned to the 40th In-
lanti y Division, Camp Cooke, Ca-
lifornia, for duty as- commanding
officer, Division Artillery. ,
Colonel Slack will leave the
Isthmus tomorrow by air. Mrs.
Slack will stay at the Hotel
Washington until Mar. 22 when
she will depart by ship.
Colonel Slack arrived in Pana-
ma on Tune 24. 1949, and was as-
signed to Atlantic Sector Head-
quarters, hen at Fort Davis, as
Deputy Commander to Brigadier
General Elliot D. Cooke, then the
commanding general of the At-
lantic Sector.
General Cooke was later trans-
ferred to the Pacific Side and
Colonel Slack assumed command
of the Atlantic Sector on Feb. 11,
1950.
2 Marine Officers
Gel Captain's Rank
Two Canal Zone Marine Corps
Officers were on a list of 633
captains selected for temporary
promotion to the rank of major,
which was approved recently by
President Truman, according to a
15th Naval District Headquarters
announcement.
The two officers are Captain
Eugene L. Hamon, Platoon Com-
mander of the Third Guard Pla-
toon at Coco Solo, and Captain
Perez W. Pottgether, Adjutant of
Marine Barracks Headquarters at
the Rodman Naval Station.
Official notification of promo-
tion is expected soon, according
to Major Donald S. Callaham, Ex-
ecutive Officer.
Simultaneously, Marine Head-
quarters In Washington announc-
ed the convening of a selection
board to consider 482 regular
first lieutenants, both permanent
and temporary, who will have two
year3 service In grade on June 30,
for promotion to captain.
Four local officers are eligible
for selection In this group. They
are first lieutenants Arnold S.
Baker, Jr., Platoon Officer of
Third Guard, Louis E. Dunning,
Special Services Officer of Head-
quarters, Walter C. Kirk, Supply
Officer'of Headquarters and Ro-
bert S. Robertson. Platoon Com-
mand Of Second Guard.
The board convened on Feo-
ruary 27, and Is expected to com-
plete Its selection this month.
STILL EXPERT AT 100
HEVSRE, Mass., (UP).One of
Revere's most expert crlbbage
Slayers Is 100-year-old George
lett. a retired shipwright who
helped to build Boston's famous
old clipper ships some 80 years
ago.
New Appointments
"Yes, I always order White Horse"
For every man whose palate is responsive to fine flavour,
here is the whisky of his choice. White Horse I Smooth
to the taste; mellow because it has been so long maturings
made among those Scottish hills where Scotsmen and
their fathers and forefathers before them have perfected
the art of distilling beyond all comparison. How can you
be sure of always enjoying such truly fine whisky? By
always asking for White Horse by name.
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pleasure to remembera joy to see again
.Mr Diilrikmrr: COMPAA CYRNOS Su4. COLON e> PANAMA
HAROLD I. PERANTIE
EVERETT L. FARLOW
THE CANAL HAS NAMED Harold I. Perantle to the
recently vacated post of Executive Assistant to the Exe-
cutive Secretary. Everett L. Farlow, Administrative As-
sistant in the Police Division, will move into Perantie's
former responsibilities aa Administrative Assistant in the
Civil Affairs Bureau. The transfers are effective today.
Mr. Perantle has served as Administrative Assistant
in the Civil Affairs Bureau aince its formation last July
and held the same position In the Correspondence Bu-
reau for about five years before that
He was born in Duluth, Minnesota, and attended the
University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. He was employ-
ed in various capacities with the City of Minneapolis be-
fore his employment in October 1939 in the Correspon-
dence Bureau. He was named Junior Administrative As-
sistant in January 1943 and became Administrative As-
sistant a few months later.
He served in the Naval Reserve for about a year and
a half during World War II.
Mr. Farlow has stout 12 years service with the Po-
lice and Fire Divisin and has served as Administrative
Assistant in the Police Division since last August. He
was born in Warren County, Iowa, and served with the
Army in the State of Washington from 1929 to 1934 when
he was transferred to the Canal Zone. He Joined the
Canal organization following his discharge from Quarry
Heights in November 1937.
2nd Defendanl Held
For Commy Burglary
Af Madden Dam
A second defendant appeared
today In Balboa Magistrate's
Court to be charged with bur-
glary of the Madden Dam com-
missary. The new defendant Is
Pedro Rosa Nouvet, 19. He was
brought to the Madden Dam po-
lice station last night by his fa-
ther.
Both young Nouvet and the
other defendant, 18 year old
Carlos Antonio Stewart, were
held for trial In the D i s t r 1 c t
Court after preliminary hearing
this morning. Each is held under
$500 ball.
Police have recovered about $80
worth of the missing shoes, dry
goods and housewares. Two
dozen empty cigarette cartoons
were alio found. The stolen pro-
perty vi hidden In the grass be-
hind the Ancon corral where the
boys' slept for several nights af-
ter the burglary. It was Identifi-
ed as commissary merchandise.
An Initial check showed that
about $100 worth of merchandise
was gone. An Inventory, how-
Bishop Benlley
To Visit Isthmus
During Holy Week
The Rt. Rev. John B. Bent-
ley, D.D. of New York City is
arriving on the Isthmus this
afternoon by plane from west-
ern Panama, accompanied by
Bishop Reginald Heber Good en.
Bishop Bintley will visit the
Episcopal churches on the
Isthmus during this coming
week. He Is vice-president of
the National Council and tha
Director of the Overseas De-
partment of the American
Episcopal Church, and has
served as Suffragan Bishop of
Alaska.
His visit to Panama U part
of a tour the Bishop Is mak-
ing of Episcopalian missions
and parishes in Central Am fr-
ica.
2 Polish Government
Officials WUI Die
For Espionage Work
FRANKFURT, Mar. 1, (UP)
Two Polish Government officials
have been sentenced to death
for spying for Britain, according
to a Polish news brodacast moni-
tored here.
They were Identified as Bar-
toszynskl, deputy director of the
Government delegates' office at
Stettin and Markowlecki a local
government official. No first
names were given.
They were accused of turning
over secret Information concern-
ing the reconstruction and ex-
pansion of the port of Stettin to
a British vice-consul.
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PANAMA ,
LaClair's Studio
Moved To Diablo
Pan Canal's official photo-
grapher, Clyde S. LaClair, will
move his studio on Monday from
the Administration Building to
the former Special Engineering
Division photography studio, in
Building 5145 at Diablo.
During the -move the studio
will be closed for several days
to enable a transfer of supplies
and equipment. The new studio
will be on the ground floor of
Building 5145.
"i
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HERE COMES LUCK
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THE LEFEVRE CORPORATION
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jj
ever, disclosed a $300 stock short-
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The commissary building was
entered between midnight of
March 5 and 4 a.m. the follow-
ing day.
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we nave just unpacked
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TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWSPAPER
FRItfAY, MARCH lt\ 1
CZ Interscholastic Track, Field Meet On Toda
Plummer, Acevedo Wind Up Training;
JNight Train To Be Held Up One Hour
By ARTURO H. DE CONTE
Ex-featherweight champion of
-Panama Federico Plummer and
; Miguel Acevedo, Cuban light -
. weight battler, today rang down
j the shutters on the their train-
', lng quarters for Sunday i
10-round go at the Olympic Stad-
* lum.
After a week of sparring Ace-
* vedo, who arrived here last Mon-
J day. is down to 128-pounds and
< Is in the pink of condition, but
* Ms handlers say Miguel will prob-
ably .scale 126 by fight time
iummer weighs around 132 at
i-esent but .Jive Shockness. his
_anager, says the local lad will
Aed a couple of pounds with a
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little limbering up tomorrow.
Following Wednesday's rough-
and-tough boxing session with
Wilfredo Brewster and Leonel
Peralta, Plummer took It easy
yesterday. However Acevedo
drilled at a blistering pace
against Young Yellow.
According to Yellow, Acevedo Is
not much of a lethal puncher, but
his constant mauling at close
quarter can knoclOany 126-
pounder into a slumberT
When asked about Is opinion In
regards to the outcome of the
fight Yellow said, "Well, I've been
In the same ring with Plummer
and he defeated .me by the ver-
dict of two Judges only. Against
Acevedo I'm only good as a spar-
CASA FASTUCH
LamontAQlfAMATIC
because H a}v% you
all these EXTRAS:
grantor ACCURACY
11.9% m*n curarte Wy acted !')
gr.ator PROTECTION
(fantt wafer, dirt and Jui)
gr.at.r RESISTANCE
(I* ihxki, bum! mni jori)
motor VALUE
ring-mate so I'll Just string along
with the Cuban."
Meanwhile, Plummer's spar-
ring-mate Leonel Peralta, who
suffered a bloody-nose late last
week while drilling the ex-champ
of the feathers, is confident that
his stable-pal will chase the
visitor Into camp. "Plummer will
Jab him to a pulp In the early
stages and then knock him out
around the eighth frame," he
predicted.
The six-round semi-final pro-
mises to produce plenty of thrills.
It brings together Teml Olacl-
regui and Leonel Peralta, a 136-
pounder who Is undefeated as a
pro fighter. His wins were scored
over such lads as Carlos Watson,
Toro Valentine, Baby Hawkins
and Al Webb. The only one to go
the distance with Leonel Is Haw-
kins.
The regular Train No. 10, leav-
ing Panama City at 10:10 p.m..
Sunday night, March 18,1951, will
be held until 11:00 p.m., for the/)
accommodation of Fight Fans
from the Atlantic Side attending
the Federico Plummer-Mlguei
Acevedo fight to be held at the
Olympic Stadium, Panama City.
Sunday night's program will be
rounded out by two four round
preliminaries. Baby Innls and
Cisco Kid will battle at116
pounds in the first.
The second preliminary brings
together Leslie Green and Mela-
nio Pacheco at 118.
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RUNNING DOWNHILL
Bulging spinnakers told the
story s Leda, a 54-foot cutter,
took an early leed in the Tas-
man Yacht Race from Auck-
land. N.Z., to Sydney, a distance
of 1300 miles, the biggest ocean
competition of the southern
seas. Twelve days later, Leda
finished first, but Solveig, a 36-
foot Sydney sloop, won on cor-
rected time. Nine boats took
part. (NEA)
Little League
The games scheduled for Mon-
day, March 10, In the Pacific
Little League have been moved
forward to Saturday, March 17th
when Hlllman and Sears will
clash at 8:45 a.m. at Diablo fol-
lowed by the Firemen and St.
Marys at 10:30 at the same field.
The third game will see Curundu
taking on the Police outfit at
Curundu.
(NEATelephotot
HAPPY STRIKES OUT Like fighters shaking hands before
a bout, Albert B. (Happy) Chandler and two of his strongest
opponents had a three-way handshake Just before the show-
down-meeting of the major league baseball caucus in Miami
Beach, Fla. A little later, the baseball moguls voted 9-7 for
Chandler, three snort of the vote needed to renew bis con-
tract as commissioner of baseball. With him here are Del
Webb (left), of the New York Yankees, and Walter O'Malley,
, of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Saturday9 Program
1st Race "F-2" Natives 7 Ffs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Opex J. Rodriguez 120
2Don Catallno c. Chong 106x
3Don Joaqun C. Doss 119
4La Espaola i A. Enrique 103x
5 Strike Two) E. Camp, lllx
6El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 113x
7Bfalo R. Trejos 106
2nd Race "B" Natives *Vj Fgi.
Purse: $350.00 Pool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Proton B. Agulrre 110
2Amazona R. Trejos 106
3Repentino A. Enrique 109x
4Don Pi tin Q. Sanchez 124
5O. y Plata M. Guerrero 106
3rd Race "G" Imported4- Fgs.
Purse: $450.00Pool Closes: 1:45
One-Two
1Pepsi-Cola R. Trejos 111
2Gay Ariel J. Baeza Jr. 107x
3Lacey A. Phillips 113
4Agradecida) E. Julian 106
' 5Pulgarcito) B. Agulrre 116
6 Pergamino J. Cadogen 112
7Mon Etoile A. Valdivia 120
8Breeze Bound B. Moreno 108
4th Race "G" Imported4' Fgs.
Purse: $45t.MPool Closes: 2:20
Quiniela
1H. Mount F. Jaramillo 104
2Pamphlet
3Hob Nob
4Callmedear
5Bendigo
6Mimo
7Mllros
B. Moreno 114
O. Graell 114
B. Agulrre 114
F. Rose 112
J. Bravo 121
K. Flores 120
5th Race "B" Imported6'j Fgs.
Parse: $750.00Pool Closes: 2:55
1Linney Head J. Bravo 110
2Newminster R. Trejos 105
3Fair Chance B. Agulrre 114
4Dictador A. Phillips 122
5Rathin Light J. Avila 118
fith Race "H" ImportedS'i Fgs.
Purse: $400.00Pool Closes: 3:3$
First Race of the Doubles
1Cotillon J. Bravo 112
2Arabe II G. Sanchez 120
38cotoh Chum R. Trejos 120
4Alfonslto F. Rose 114
5Arlopuro F. Jaramillo 100
6Bosforo G. Cruzl20
7Armeno J. Cadogen 112
7th Race "I" Imported11/8 Mile
Purse: $375.00Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Kildare F. Jaramillo 104
2Frutal D. D'Andrea
3H. Comforts M. Arosem.
4Mete Bulla A. Enrique
4 Gris E. Julian
Costina R. Trejos
7Dust Over B. Agulrre
8Folletn G. Prescott
8th Race"H" Imported6'-.
Purse: $400.00Pool Closes:
Quiniela
1Doa Elelda G. Graell
2Charlemont J. Rodrlg
3Fanglo B. Agulrre
4Charles S. J. PhUllus
5Nantago J. Jim. Jr.
6Cup of Joy J. Bravo
7Navaio Trail E. Julian
8Don Salomon. M Guer.
114
100
ICOx
112
110
113
HOx
Fgs. I
4:40
120
120
120
114
1I7X
114
12(1
120
9th Race "H" Imported!i
Parse: $400.00Pool Closes:
One-Two
1Don Tooto
2Los Tiempos
3Blumaha
4El Monge
5Secuestro
6Beach Sun
7Baby Betty
8Betun
F.Rose
J. Rodrlg
B. Moreno
J. Bravo
J. Cadogen
G. Cru?.
G. Oraell
G. Prescott
Fgs.
5:15
120
114
108
121
110
109
119
113x
Navy Sports
Chief Comuilssaryman Eugene
K.Halpln, U8N. well-known Isth-
mian sports figure, will leave the
Canal Zone Saturday aboard the
USNS George W. Geothala for
New York. Halplng wil lhave 20
days leave before reporting to
his new ship, the U8S Alsea, at
Norfolk, Virginia.
The veteran Navyman has been
active in Service and Canal Zone
sports since he first came to the
Isthmus in April of 1947 aboard
the USS Valcour, then attached
to Fleet Air Wing Three at Coco
Solo. In November of 1948 he
transfered to the Welfare and
Recreation Department of the u.
S. Naval Station, Rodman. He
moved to 15th Naval District
Headquarters In March 1950, and
assumed the duties of Assistant
to the District Welfare and Re-
creation Officer.
Halpln was a member of the
Canaj Zone Baseball Umpires As-
sociation and the Cartel Zone
Basketball Officials Association.
During the 1949-50 baseball sea-
son tie was Chief Umpire of the
U8ARCARIB Baseball League.
This year he was league chairman
of the 15th Naval District Soft-
ball League and was instrumental
in inaugurating a more complete
thletlc program for that activity.
Halpln's home town Is Kearny.
New Jersey. He enlisted In the
Navy at Jersey City in 1934. He Is
married and has two children,
Donald, 4. and Donna, 1.
On The Alleys...
MARGARITA'S WOMEN
BOWLING LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS:
Team Won Lost
No. 3..........54 34
No. 2..........44 44
No. 1..........42 46
No. 4..........36 52
Individual averages are as fol-
lows:
Clan "A" Group: Ruth Torto-v
riel leading with an average of
156 followed by Joyce Kulig aver-
aging 147.
Class "B" Group: Florence Mc-
Elhone leading with an average
of 133 followed by a three Way
tie that being Elsie StUson. Millie
Hartz and Betty Blxby all aver-
aging 131.
TEAM No. 1
Huldqulst 150 129
Wlchner ... 102 109
McElhone 140
Tortorlci ... 134
Hdcp.
131 410
94 305
140 129 409
157 145 436
526 535 499 1580
15 15 IS 45
Total .... 541 550 514 1605
Blxby .
Price .
Harts .
Pescod .
lth Race "G" Natlvei 2 Fgs.
Purse: $250.00 Pool Closes: 5:40
1Florencia A. Vasquez 102x
2Campesino J. Rodrlg 112
Hdcp.
TEAM No. 2
. 142 141 146 429
. 102 147 149 398
. 133 126 154 413
, 127 158 148 433
504 572 597 173
23 23 69
Cristobal Balboa High,
Jr. College To Compete
Today is the big day for some 60 athletes from Cris-I
tobal and Balboa Highs, and the Canal Zone Junior Col-I
lege. This is the day these boys go after the Balboa Guiil
Club trophy for the track and field champion$hip for thai
1950-51 $chool year. The triangular meet will be held afl
the Balboa Stadium track, with field events starting at|
7 p.m. and the track events going at 7:30.
BHS is the defending champ,
and for the first time In three
years, they will have all the com-
petition they can possibly handle.
Their big competition for the
team title will come from the
small but potent J. C. aggrega-
tion, while Cristobal Hlch will
have several boys who will make
their presence felt in the indi-
vidual events.
In the field events there will
be terrific competition between
Arnold Manning of CHS and Bur-
nice Herring of J. C. In the vault.
Clair Godby. Balboa, and Bill
Blackburn of CHS will renew
their fued In the shot put, and
Godby will have trouble with
Diek Sullivan of CHS. and Louis
Trembley and Jim Orlvs of J. C.
In the platter twirling event. In
the broad Jump, Wa'ly Trout of
J. C. and Dick Ostrea will be at
it again for the top honors
On the track the outstanding
races should be the 440 and the
880. In the shorter race. Fredl
Raybourne and Pete Fabrega oil
BHS will have their troubles wlthj
workhorse Frank Sogandares of^
J. C. Anyone of these lads couldl
push the time under the presen!
record of 53.2. On the truck again!
for the half, will be SoganderesJ
and this time he will nave nisi
time he will have his chief com-l
petition from Henry Cruz andl
Oscar Kourany of Balboa, and|
Don McLaughlin of Cristobal. Mc-
Laughlin Is looking better every-
time he runs, and it is entirely!
possible that he could come homel
the winner.
The sprints are all J. C. wlthl
Bob Young and Charlie Mc-I
Arthur fighting It out. The mllel
should go to either Cruz of Edgarl
Kourany of Balboa. In both thai
440 yd. and mile relays it will bel
a battle between the three!
schools, with J. C. given the edge I
in the shorter race, and BHS ln|
the mile event.
23
3Malaya
4Monte verde
5Annie N.
6Mene
R. Gomez llfl
G. Cruz 112
B. Moreno 110
B. Agulrre 118
11th Race "F-2" Natives 7 Fgi.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes xxx
1MlRuellto A. Enrique 97x
2Tapicero J. Baeza Jr. 100x
3Hechicera R. Trejos 107
4La Rosita M. Guerrero 105
Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER
1El Mono
2Don Pitln
3Lacev
4Pamphlet
5Dictador
6Bosforo
7Gris
8Charlemont
9El Monge
10Annie N.
11Hechicera
ONE BEST
Don Catallno
Proton
Purearclto (e)
Callmedear
Rathlin Lleht
Cotillon
Dust Over
Cup of Joy
Betun
Malaya
Tapicero
Dictador.
Total .... 527 595 620 1742
Setzer .
Blount .
Smith .
Light .
Hdcp.
TEAM No. 3
. 139 152 158 449
. 123 115 122 360
. 114 147 125 386
. 163 168 190 519
539 580 595 1714
. 0 0 0 0
Total .... 539 580 595 1714
TEA'AI No. 4
Stllson .... 157 140 150 442
Browne.... 104 98 91 293
Grau.....127> 127 127 381
Kullg.....178 213 141 532
566 578 508 1653
Hdcp.....24 24 24 72
Total .... 590 602 533 1725
Prizes were won by the follow-
ing:
Class "A" Hl-3 Games: Joyce
Kullg 532.
Hl-Slngle Game: Helen Light
190.
Class "B" Hl-3 Games: Elsie
Stllson 447.
Hi-Single Game: Jane Huld-
qulst 150.
PRETTY SKIPPERCaptain Margy Packard of the Middlebury,
Vt College women's ski team roars through a gate on the Snow,
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CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
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Saturdays Feature Race
5th Race "B" Importeds 6V2 Fgs.
Purse: 750.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. LINNEY HEAD.........J. Bravo 110
2. NEWM1NSTER........R. Trejos 105
3. FAIR CHANCE.......B. Aguirre 114
4. DICTADOR..........A.Phillips 122
5. RATHLIN LIGHT......J. Avila 118
Sundays Stellar Race
7th Race Natives (Open) 7 Fgs.
Purse: $1,000.00 (added) Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES -
"ERNESTO NAVARRO CLASSIC"
1. HORTENSIA.........B. Aguirre 122
2. MANDINGA..........J. Phillips 107
3. LA LOBA.............O.Chanis 126
4. GOLDEN TIP.........R. Trejos 107
5. TULLY SABA..........J. Bravo 108


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Grounding Jockey Club Leaves Racing Without National Pattern
Commissions Abided By Its
Regulations And Decisions
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
MIAMI, Fla.The decision of the New York
State Court of Appeals that The Jockey Club had
no right to license could be highly important and
far reaching.
The Job la to get across to the
average guy just what The Jock-
ey Club is and has been, and
what the decision means.
As Chairman George D. Wld-
ener explains. The Jockey Club
was not in its origin a self-
appointed body setting Itself up
as an authority.
Racing was In chaotic state In
1894, or 5? years ago, when breed-
ers, owners and trainers asked
their leaders to form a non-pro-
fit organization for the good of
the sport.
The Jockey Club Is nothing
more than 50 horsemen of un-
questioned repute minding their
own business.
With the tax derived from rac-
ing today. It might be a fine idea
lor the politicians to mind theirs.
Who do you want to run racing
ward heelers good for so many
votes or big men highly Interest-
ed in the turf, such as George
Widener, William Woodward,
William Zlegler, Jr., Robert J.
Kleberg, Jr., Donald P. Ross and
the Whitney s?
It's as simple as that.
The Jockey Club wrote the
rules of racing as they are today.
It set up and completed the
registry of thoroughbreds.
It started and perfected the
system of horse lndenllflcation
which wiped out all but the most
Isolated cases of ringing. .
Prior to the formation of The
Jockey Club, each racing asso-
ciation set up its own rules. There
were house rules everywhere.
The Jockey Club had been sup-
ervising racing In this country for
40 years when the first New York
State commission was appointed
in 1934.
With the advent of parl-mu-
tuel betting, which made the
state a partner of the tracks,
commissions other than those of
New York and Delaware set up
their own license bureaus, but
followed the rules and decisions
of The Jockey Club to the letter.
Why not? Despite- all criticisms
of stuffed shirt, blue blood, etc.,
no one anywhere ever questioned
the integrity of The Jockey Club.
It had been proved too often.
An owner, trainer or Jockey
might not care too much about
getting on the blacklist of a com-
mission. It's Just another political
body. No other commission or
racing body Is going to care too
much what it does.
But no one anywhere, from the
lowliest exercise boy to a track
owner, wanted to be barred by
The Jockey Club. In that case,
you really were marked lousy.
So The Jockey Club's effect on
racing throughout the nation
was immensely Important.
For the present, New York and
Delaware will race with a rule
enabling the commissions to li-
cense legally. But the Important
thing is to try for legislation that
keeps the value of The Jockey
Club In the business.
Grounding Independent, high-
minded The Jockey Club leaves
racing without a design or na-
tional pattern.
FAIR EXCHANGEMonte Irvin, left, returm glove to Whitey
Lockman, at St. Petersburg, Fla.. and gets his mitt back. Irvin will
open the season at first base, Lockman in left field for the New York
Giants. Manager Leo Durocher only wanted to be sure the out-
fielder could be switched in ah emergency. (NEA)
RAFFLE WINNER Sgt. Morris Atkins of Port Gulick, re-
ceives the keys for the 1951 Plymouth auto which he won in
the Canal Zone Baseball League's raffle from Cristobal Mot-
tas' President Gil Morland. The car was purchased from
Powell's Garage, Colon, Atlantic Side agents for Plymouth
and Chyrsler. The sergeant bought his winning ticket,
number 2649, only one hour before the drawing of March 4.
by
JOE WILLIAMS
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Rickey Picks Up Tab On Oft-Wrecked ;
Reiser, Hoping That Luck Will Relenf
By CHESTER L. SMITH
NEA Special Correspondent
Bratton Will Be Ready For
NBA Welter Crown Defense
In 90 Days Against Gaviln
CHICAGO."March 18 (UP).
The new National Boxing As-
sociation king, of the welter-
weights says he's going to sleep
for a week.
Johnny Bratton 23-year-old
Chicago N. B. A. champ won a
split decision over Charley Fu-
sarl Wednesday night. Both
Bratton and the Irvington, New
Jersey, milkman were badly bat-
tered. Bratton went to bed, while
Fusarl headed home from Chi-
cago, to see his persona! phy-
sician.
Both have injured right hands,
swollen left ears and badly swol-
len eyes and cheeks. Fusarl's most
serious injury seems to be in-
lured left ribs under the
heart.
Fusarl was unable to straight-
en up after the fight until his
side was taped. Even after the
taping, Charlie still winced every
time he took a breath.
For all their aches, both re-
ceived the same paychecks, $10,-
389.25.
Bratton is confident his in-
juries will clear up within a
week.
"They won't atop me from
firhting Kid Gaviln," he sari,
"I'll go back Into training and
be able to fight him when thev
decide the date."
Bratton to keep his N. B. A.
welter title must fight Gaviln
in 90 days. The International
Boxing clnb plans to stage that
bout in New York. The New York
State Commission refuses to re-
cognize Bratton as champ ... it
will hold Its own elimination
tournament to find a successor to
Sugar Ray Robinson. As far as
New York State is concerned Su-
gar Ray gave up the 147-pound
title when he took the middle-
weight crown from Jake LaMotta
.. although Sugar saya he hold
both titles.
Basketball's Busy
Been Had Buzzing In
Bewildered Bonnet
NEW YORK. March 18 (NEA)
Asked in November about the
chances of a fixed game. Clair
Bee said:
"In my opinion, no one play-
er, or even two or three, can
throw a game.
"A coach, however, could do
it."
Bee of Long Island Univer-
sity, which more recently can-
celled its basketball program
because of massed "dumpings.'
put that down for a national
slick-paper sports magazine
four months ahead of publica-
tion. It is now on the newsstands
The Blackbirds' boss explained
that one in his capacity could
arrange a contest by withholding
key players at critical times, or
by ordering the wrong defense.
MIAMI BEACH.Having made the unhorsing of Happy Chan-
dler as presiding steward much more involved, controversial and
suspect than the circumstances ever warranted, the club owners
how have no alternative but to dress up the office with a name
a person in whom the addicts will have complete confidence.
I have followed this situation closely all the way. There was
no conspiracy in the sinister sense, no design to weaken authority
nor desire for puppet rule. But the way the club owners moved
to express their dissatisfaction invited distrust by a large hunk
of fandom, especially In the smaller cities where big league spells
power and pressure.
It wasn't until two days ago that they designed to give their
side of the story and even this was limited to a categorical array
of dates Intended to prove they had functioned with meticulous
respect for by-laws and that the December repudiation, Instead
of being an ambush, had actually been a properly convened meet-
ing certified by the commissioner himself.
They would have spared themselves much adverse publicity
and lowered many raised eyebrows had they made these facts
known the night in St. Petersburg when they first voted not to
renew Chandler's $65,000 contract. By their silence, ill-advised if
not utterly pointless, they created confusion and Invited suspicion.
Along with it they made something of- a martyr of Chandler.
f don't believe there's any doubt that If the matter had been
done by fan vote Chandler would have received a thumping ma-
jority, not in the East, perhaps, tout country-wide. "What have
they got against him?" the fans asked. There was no official
answer. "What do they want, a rubber stamp?" No answer.

If Chandler's troubles were mostly of his making, which they
were, baseball's embarrassments were likewise self-wrought. Their
actions bespoke concealment when there was nothing to conceal.
Their failure to appreciate fan interest and concern in an action
of such significance and to take appropriate steps to guard a-
galnst misleading impressions shows a woeful lack of understand-
ing of public relation.
As a consequence they must make a bid for renewed fan con-
Titlence and again I am speaking not so much of the East where
Chandler was never highly esteemed but of the rest of the coun-
try where, make no mistake, he was pretty well thought of.
For this reason the club owners now find it Imperative to make
practicability secondary to clamor. There never was much chance
that a baseball man would be selected but now there is none
whatever. It's got to be a name.
Chandler was not dismissed because the owners want an echo
in office. He was dismissed simply because a sufficient number,
and more, did not believe he had proved satisfactory. I suppose
one reason they did not Issue a bill of particulars In St. Peters-
burg, or even here, was that they feared It would not be Im-
pressive. They had no major charges, because there had been no
major offenses.
I Imagine the closes thing to a serious indictment was his
tieatment of the players who jumped to the Mexican League. At
the end of three years he was asked by the owners to reinstate
them but Insisted they must serve the full penalty of five years.
Then when the players began to sue he did an abrupt about face.
The litigation was costly, amounting, I'm told, to approximately
$400,000.
Worse in the Danny Gardella case, baseball lost a decision on
the sensitive reserve clause and for the first time In the history
of the game the players' contract was held to be Illegal by the
courts. Nor did It heighten the owner's admiration when the
commissioner began to take bows for the sagacious manner in
which he had handled the problem. No commissioner is going to
endear himself to owners when he costs them money and ex-
poses the weakness of the players' contract at the same time.

But mostly Chandler's shortcomings and mistakes were on the
minor side which could and would have been overlooked, very
likely, but for his Infuriating habit of sharp censure in trivial
matters. It practically amounted to sophomoric heckling. In the
end he simply got In their hair and the Idea of having him
around for nine more years was viewed with something less than
mad enthusiasm.
That Is Just about the story. It would be unfair to believe
the owners sought a weaker commissioner. Actually their desire
Is for a stronger one. At least one for whom there Is more gen-
eral respect In the official family. In this connection it is note-
worthy that at no time did Chandler have fewer than seven
dissenters, and on one roll call it was eight. Thus an Impossible
situation had developed and the commissioner was clearly not
without blame.
Chandler found It difficult to adjust himself -to an office,
which, to be productive, must operate with a minimum of poll-
tics. He has spent too many years In another field where the
formula Is different and his touch Is masterful. It was a mistake
for him to accept because It blighted a brilliant career In Wash-
ington. And It was a mistake for baseball to ask him for reasons
which are now obvious.
It is my hope that he will return to Washington and pick
up where he let off. He Is a fine gentleman In many ways, a stal-
wart American and his contributions as a statesman were, on
the whole, notable. And Monday, In accepting the Inevitable, he
showed himself to be a generous, graceful loser and when he
stated he still wanted to co-operate in any possible way for the
betterment of the game he gave force and meaning to a phrase
It has been popular to ridicule ... "I love baseball."
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PITTSBURGH, Mar. 18 (NEA)
Branch Rickey was playing a
hunch picking up the waiver tab
on Pete Reiser when the Braves
decided they couldn't use him
any longer.
The new head of the Pirates
operated on the theory that luck,
having done almost everything to
Pistol Pete but kick him In the
seat of the pants, would relent
Just once, give him a break be-
fore his baseball days are fin-
ished.
When Reiser was 19, there was
scarcely an adjective that hadn't
been used to describe his poten-
tialities.
Three seasons later the same
reporters were all but writing his
obituary.
Only the fact that he had ex-
traordinary talents enabled him
to hang on.
It started in St. Louis, when
Reiser, a high school sophomore,
was declared Ineligiblefor play-
ing professional soccer!
So the 17-year-old youngster
walked Into Sportsman's Park,
asked for a tryout with the Card-
inals.
But Reiser was never to be a
Cardinal. Commissioner Landls
discovered a discrepancy in the
St. Louis Nationals' farm chain,
and, among others, Reiser was
made a free agent.
In 1939, Reiser broke into his
first exhibition game in Florida
as a Dodger with a home run,
two singles and a walk.
The Brooklyn club thought one
year In the minors would do the
trick, so shipped the lad to El-
mira. Pistol Pete threw the ball
one day and broke his elbow. An
operation was necessary to re-
move the splinters that practical-
ly paralyzed his arm.
Called up during the 1940 sea-
son, Reiser by September was
crowding .300 and coming fast.
Pistol Pete made the All-Star
team In 1941. He was the league's
top batter and run scorer, led in
stolen bases, doubles, triples. The
Dodgers won the pennant.
By the middle of the 1942 cam-
paign, Reiser was hitting close to
.380, stealing more bases than any
rival and rapidly becoming the
noblest Dodger. .
In the 12th Inning for a game
with the Cardinals, Reiser tore
into deep center field after a
drive by Enos Slaughter, made a
magnificent catch, and with the
next stride crashed Into the wall.
The ball fell out of his glove.
Slaughter got a game-winning
home run.
Reiser, still unconscious, was
carried away.
He was back In a few days, re-
fusing the month's rest that had
been recommended, had recur-
ring fainting spells.
His average slumped almost 70
points. There was hardly any
doubt that the accident was
responsible for Brooklyn's fail-
ure to finish first.
Reiser devoted much of his
Army service time to playing for
camp teams. He fell into a ditch
at Camp Lee chasing a long fly,
damaged his shoulder so badly
that he couldn't throw for a long
time.
When he went back to the
Dodgers after the war. his pen-
chant for getting hurt stayed
with him.
Rickey finally agreed to pass
him on to Boston.
Now El Brancho is giving Pis-
tol Pete Reiser one more whirl
with Pittsburgh.
It Isn't costing much and might
be a long-hot venture that will
pay off.
Training Camp News
By UNITED PRESS
The baseball fans In Florida
saw some mid-season pitching in
yesterday's exhibition games in
the grapefruit league.
Gerry Staley, Fred Martin and
Tom Keating held the Boston
Braves to four hits as the St.
Louis Cardinals won. 3-2, at Bra-
denton. Another four-hitter was
turned in by Bob Kuzava, Sid
Hudson and Gene Bearden of
Washington in a 5-4 win over De-
troit at Orlando. Sal Mage.
Larry Jansen and Al Gettel limit-
ed the Philadelphia Phils to se-
ven hits while the New York
Giants were winning. 6-5. at St.
Petersburg. In a game between
"B" teams, Bill Fogg and Johnny
Walz Combined for a seven-hit-
ter as Philadelphia whipped Cin-
cinnati 6-2, at Clearwater. The
only other Florida exhibition
game was scheduled for last
night when Brooklyn played the
Cincinnati "A" team at Miami.
The Cardinals scored the win-
ning run in their 3-2 decision
over the Braves on singles by
Tommy Glaviano and Stan Mu-
slal and an error In the seventh
Inning. Musial got a double and
two singles in the game.
Staley pitched hitless ball over
the first three Innings. Martin
came on in the fourth and gave
up the first Boston hit with two
out in the sixth inning.
Rookie third baseman Don
Richmond saved the game for
the Cardinals In the ninth in-
ning. Boston drew within one
run of the Cards on a double
by Sid Gordon and Wlllard
Marshall's triple. Richmond
then made a sensational one-
handed stab of Bob Addis' bid
for a double. Manager 'Marty
Marion says Richmond, a left-
handed hitter, prohablv will
open the season at third.
"Tommy Glavlano's sore should-
er shows no sign of Improve-
ment." says Marlon. "And Ed
Kazak's fractured ankle has de-
finitely left Its marie. It appears
I have to open with Richmond "
Two New York Giants were
Injured as the Giants edged the
Phils A-team. 6-5. Second base-
man Eddie Stanky was hit on the
left wrist by a line drive off the
bat of Eddie Waltkus of the Phils.
Outfielder Rov Weatherly of the
Giants was hit in the fact with
a line drive while the Phils were
taking batting practice.
Wcatherly's Jaw was fractured,
and he lost three teeth. He'll be
out of action six weeks. Stanky
has a bruised wrist and will be
sidelined four or five days.
Rookie Artie Wilson broke up
the game for the Giants in the
ninth with a two-run double off
loser Jim Konstanty. Wea West-
rum and Whitey Lockman
homered for the Giants, while
Willie Jones slammed a four-
bagger for the Phils.
Irv Noren's seventh-inning
homer gave the Washington
Senators a 5-4 win over the
Detroit Tigers. The drive came
Veterana Bob Kuxava, Sid
Hudson and Gene Bearden
held the Tigers to four hits.
Hudson and Bearden faced
oply 18 batters in six innings.
Today, the Tigers face the crip-
pled Boston Red Sox at Lakeland.
Second baseman Bobby Doerr
and outfielder Dom DiMagglo will
be out of the Red Sox lineup for
a couple of days with minor in-
juries. Doerr suffered a a "slight
muscle pull" In his left leg yes-
terday, while DiMagglo has a sore
throwing arm.
Manager Jimmy Dykes savsthe
Philadelphia A's will use front-
line pitchers in the weekend
series with Washington starting
night. Lou Brissle and Bob Hoop-
er will pitch today, while Dick
Fowler and Alex Kellner will get
the call Sunday.
BRADENTON, FLORIDA
It H K
8t. Lo'is (N) 110 000 1003 11 0
Boston (Ni 000 000 1012 4 2
Gerry Staley, Fred Martin, (4)
Keating <7i and Del Rice. Gorin.
Fowler (4), Bob Chipman (7),
Bob Hogue (9) and Ebra St.
Claire. WPStaley. LP Gorln.
D'trolt (AL) 040 000 0004 4 1
Wash. (A) 001 300 OOx5 1? 0
Dizzy Trout. Wayne McLeland
(6) and Frank House. Bob Kuza-
va. Sid Hudson (41 and Hal Kel-
ler. WP Bearden. LP Mc-
Leland.
Revitalize Your
KIDNEYS
Feel Younger
Look Younger
Nothing set man or woman mora
than achea catiaad through bad kidney
action. ThJa may maka you Buffer from
GeUinf up Nlchta. atrong-, cloudy Urina.
Burning, Itching Paaaages, Nrvea,
Dlzzlneaa, Rheumatfam, Backache, Lag
Paine. Clrclaa under Eyea. Swollen An-
klaa. Lota of Appatita. Energy, ate, ba-
raiua kldneya which ahould filter blood,
rail to throw off acida and polaona. now
creeping to Jolme and muaclea. C/atax
helpa your kldnaya In t waya: 1. Help*
clean oat poleonoue acida. I. Combats
I arma In tha urinary ayalem. a
oothee and calma Irritated Uaeuea. Owl
Cyaie from any drugglat. Act now.
aU bow much battar you feel tomorrow
6T. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Phlla. (N) 006 000 0006 7 0
N. Y. (N) 022 000 0026 9 0
Ken Helntzelman, Bubba
Church 14) Bill Fogg <8 and Del
Wllber, Any Semlnlck (7). Sal
Mage, Larry Jansen i4) Al Get-
tel (71 and West Westrum. WP
Gettel. LPFogg.
7 2
CLEARWATER
Cincinnati (B. Team
000 200 COO2
Philadelphia (B. Team)
101 022 OOx6 12 1
Dave Jolly. Amato (7) and Les
Peden. BUI Fogg, John Walz (8i
and Stan Lopata. Ken Sllvestrl
(71. WPWalz. LPJolly.
BL'RBANK, CALIF.
Chicago lAi 011 002 060-10 11 0
St. Louis (A 002 000 COO2 3 6
Dick Littlefleld, Marv Rotblatt
(4) Harry Dorish (9) and Halr-
ston. Al WlBmar.LouSleatter (4>,
Ned Garver <7i and Shermal
Lollar. WPRotblatt. LPSleat-
er.
SHORTS
SPEED vs. STAMINA
MIAMI. Fla(NEA.A study
of Hialeah Park racing statistics
indicates foreign-bred horses
lack the Americans' burst of
speed, but can run a longer dist-
ance.
OCTIMISTIC OWL
HOUSTON. Tex. iNEA>
Walt Deakon looms as Rice's most
promising candidate for pitcher.
i

TAHITI
THE JEWELRY STORE
117 CENTRAL AVE. 137
traces
COMPARE THESE PRICES...
and YOU'LL SAVE MONEY!
'50 NASH ... ...............$1800.
Ambassador 4-Door Sedan
'50 CHEVROLET..............1500.
2-Door Sedan
'49 NASH ...................1400.
"600" 4-Door Sedan
'49 NASH 1400
"600" 2-Door Sedan
'49 WILLYS...................1500
Panel Delivery
'48 NASH...................1000
"600" 4-Door Sedan
'48 HUDSON.................1200,
Commodore "8," 4-Door Sedan
'46 PLYMOUTH................ 850
4-Door Sedan
*46 WILLYS..................1000
Station Wagon
'38 FORD ................... 200
Coupe
And Many More. each a wonderful buy-
in dependable transportation.
EASY, COJSVEJSIEIST TERMS, TOO!
NASH AGENCY
One Block from Tivoii Crossing Tel. 2-1790


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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvall Ax,
rtinn 2-Z2fl
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
riuc at L Fuum
MORRISON'S
Ne. 4 rurth of Julj' Ave.
Phone 2-8441
BOTICA CARLTON
111 O.-.S Mrl.nilr/ Aw.
Phone 2S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. H Wl lith Slreel
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 H" Stieet Panam
No. 12.179 Central Are. Colon
FOR SALE
Automobile*
OR SALE'46 Block Ford Business
Coupe. 4 new tiras, radio ond not-
ar Excellent condition. Vary reo-
sonoble. Coll Albrook 5228. from
J even to 10:30 p. m. _
OR SALE:1947 OldsmoMe 98.
New rubber, radio, seat covers, One
7 cu. ft. Fngidaire. Porceloin. 419-
C Cocoli or Wm. Bros Shop.
| DR SALE1948 DodBe. 4 Door
Sedon. black. $850. Vary good
cond.t.on. Call 2-3501. ofter
1700R daily._________
HOR SALE:2 Chevrolet 1947 4-
Jdoor sedons. 1 Chevrolet 1942 1
} 1-2 ton Stoke Truck. The Texs
Compony Inc. opposite
?-Coca r
Cola. Tel. 2-0620.
FOR SALE 1949 Buick 4-door se-
dan, Roodmoster. Dynoflow, radio,
plostic seat covers, low mileage.
car in perfect shape throughout
eP .950.00. Con be finance. Call
-57I, Cristobal.
1 FOR SALE
Real Estate
FTJTSALE: In Arroijon, three com-
pletely furnished concrete cottoges
ofj modern improvements, tile red
floors, electricity, deep well, goio-
ens, fruit trees, right side on Pon-
oma Americon highway, 8 \-
miles to ferry, see owner, sign at
entrance. Also cottage for rent.
FOR SALE.4 bedroom chalet, 2
bothrooms, porch, dmingroom, NV--
mgroom. spoiious kitchen, addi-
tional small 2 room house with
bathroom, kitchen. Good location,
lorge yard, fenced. Ideal for large
family. Telephone 182 P. O. Box.
1091. Colon. ^_____________
FOR SALE:Beoch Front Property In
' Gorjona. Completely furnished
house. Gas power, plont. Store-
house-work shop. Tel. Bolboo 3164
718-B. Prado. Balboa.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
Chalet en Lo Cresta; No. 10. 5th
Street, consist of 3 bedrooms, 2
iflingrooms. kitchen. 2 bathrooms,
garage, loundry room, goij stove,
maid's room with bothroom. Tel
3-0778.
Wanted Position
Availoble Moy. Experienced Spanish-
English -Executive Secretary and
Correspondent Rapid. occurote
Seno. Licensed Translotor White
Pejnomanion. College grod. Excellent
foreign ond local references. Thor-
ough knwoledge shipping, legal-
commercial, insurance, export-im-
port and sales promotion. Good op-
paorance and contacts. Consider
(jrt-time. Box 818. Ancon.
Desire employment for maid who hos
been in my employ over 2 yeors.
Excellent worker ond exceptionally
good with children. Phone Balboa
1829.
Boy Scouts'
Activities
The scoutmaster training course
Btven by the international Boy
peats of the Canal Zone with the
bject ol developing efficient
leaders is well underway on
the Atlantic side.
Far purpose of competition, the
nflstees have been divided mo
lawols. C. J. Everhig is pairol
rosier for the "bull dogs." John
Pascal heads the "fox" patrol,
anal the "pigeon" patrol is led by
Edgar Husbands.
The bull dogs have managed to
remain on top for the last two
meetings, scoring 870 and 620
poin's respectively. Totals of 530
nd 660 were chalked up by the
ioxe while the pigeons amassed
X70 and 450 points respectively.
Despite a shortage of leaders
In the IBSCZ troop operatin: iii
Paraso, the group is holding to-
gether and making good strides
under Scoutmaster Maurice Hey-
wood.
Another session of the execu-
tive board of the IBSCZ will be
held In the office of the scout ex-
ecutive. La Boca, tomorrow at 5
p.m. to consider plans for the ob-
aervance of International Bov
Scout Week. April 16 to 21.
The Pacific District Committee
Is scheduled to meet at Paraso
achoo' Thursday, March 22. at
730 p.m.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hiah >" oil eeints
nal enamels. Mildew-proof. $1.25
talln. Treasure Stares.
GIRLS! Don't be discouraged if your
hoir resembles a broom. Hoiel En-
gel of the Genell Bliss Cocoli Beau-
ty Shop is expert in reconditioning
damaged hair, .you can still be
beautiful for Easter. 4-557.
Mothers, happy, heolthy feet start
in the cradle. Protect baby's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from the cradle to 4 years.
Sold exclusively at BABYLANDIA.
No. 39. 43rd Street. (If It's for
the Baby, we hove it"!)
SALE OF STRUCTURES
The Panoma Canal offers for sale to
the highest bidder Buildings Nos. 202
and 204, all located in Poraiso.
Sealed bids will be received in the
office of the Supply ond Service Di-
rector ot Balboa Heights until 10:30
a. m. on March 28, 1951, when they,
will be opened in public. Forms of
proposal with full particulars may be
secured in the office of the Supply
and Service Director. Balboa Heights,
or from the Clubhouse Monoger ot
Poro so.
FOR SALE:5 tires. 4 tubes. 15 x
6.50, $25.00. Kodak Medalist II
comer with case, perfect. $185.-
00. Joyce. Bolboa 2-3069.
FOR SALE:Columbia bicycle, still
in crate $35," 25 cycle motors, all
sixes. Livingston. Tel. Colon 51-J
days, or 828-J, after 5:00 p. m.
Y THI DOZEN:
Healthy New Hampshire Red Chick,
ens 2 1-2-3 pounds. Tel. Pan
omo 3-2555. 7 to 8 o. m.
BAUTIFY YOUR GARDEN:
by applying Poultry manure. Tel
Panoma 3-2555. 7 to 8 a. m.
Position Offered
WANTED:American beauty opera-
tor. Balboa Beauty Shop. Tel. 2-
2959 or 2-2657.
LESSONS
..INDIVIDUAL FRENCH .LESSONS.
Apply to Foto Ancon, 85. Estu-
dionte St., Panama.
New Ballroom donee schedule. Bol-
boa YMCA, Mondoys 4 to 6 p.
m. Tuesdays 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Thursdays 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Saturdays 10 o m. to 6 d, m. By
appointments only. Coll 2/4-3105
before 9:30 a. m. or Bolboa
YMCA. Groupe closs Thursday
7:30 p. m. Harnett & Dunn.
Beginners, learn to play the piono in
course of 20 leisom, 6 months.
Also special 15 lessons course in
popular music for classical stud-
ents. Bennetts Studio No. 9, Juan
B. Soso, Tel. 2-1282.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-33S
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment S1OO.00
Monthly S15.N
a Lou With Paved Street Trom
Si 00 So Hater.
For Rent Heavy equipment
For Ground Leveling
a "e Rent fcoti at Lona Termi
I-ot Club it WOO and 14 00
Weakly.
Bethel Mission
Holds Program On
34lh Anniversary
Sunday. March 18, at 3 p.m.,
the Bethel Mission Church of
Red Tank will celebrate Its thir-
ty-fourth anniversary with a ve-
ry Interesting program.
Anniversarv greetings will be
delivered by Elders A. A. Nicholl.;,
General Superintendent, Chris-
tian Mission of Panama: Elders
S. C. Taylor and J. W. Brewci\
pastor of said mission: Elders J.
W. C'Neal. pastor -Naz a re n e
Churches; Elder A. A. Victor, pas-
tor. Colon Church of Christ, Rio
Abajo; Rev. 8. N. Brown, pastor,
Panama Baptist. These ministers
are I'll members of the Evangeli-
cal Ministers of Panama Council.
Elder J. W. Rodgers. pastor Sa-
lem Mission, will deliver the an-
niversary address while Rev. A.
W. Crooks will preside as chair-
man.
Among other numbers to be
rendered are anthems by ihe
church choir, solo by Sis, W.
Holder, soloist from the Atlantic
side and a male quartette from
the church.
The pastor. Elder W. H. Ste-
wart extends a cordial invitation
to the community to share with
them their day of joy.
12 Dead, 20 Hurt
In Derailment
Of British Train
DONCA8TER, Mar. 18 lUPi
The crack DoncasterLondon
express derailed just ouUule
this coalmining city toda.
British Railways officials .sa:d
I* passengers are dead asid
more than a score injured 0
badly enough to toe hospitalized.
Passengers said that four or
five coaches seemed to jiunp
the line almost as soon as IV.f
train pulled cu: of the itatk.1V
They believed the third coa"';
of the 14-car train hit a pillai
on a bridge it was crossing.
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Serve! refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crate. Far-
macia Lo Esperanzo. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator G. E. 9
cu. ft. 25 cycle, porcelain irjside
and out. Excellent condition. 801-
X Apt. 10, Bolboo, or call Weston
92-3035.
FOR SALE:Roll-away bed. 2 chests,
2 dressers, youth's desk. 554-B,
Curundu Heights. Tel. 83-5282.
FOR SALE: (Leaving country).
Must sell. One lorge 4 burner gas
stove with oven and compartment,
7 months old. Good condition. Price
$125. Apply bouse 2028, room 51
3rd. St. and Bolivar Ave., Colon.
Upstairs.
FOR SALE:Open bookcase with six
shelves, upholstered wolnut arm-
choir ond Windsor chair. Floor lamp,
percolator, pictures, dressing table,
small table, bedroom rocking choir.
Westinghouse electric range, 1"
galvanized pipe 30'. potted plants,
793-B, Tovemilto St., Balboa,
Tel. 2-1855.
RESORTS
Williams Sonto Clora beach Cottage.
Two hedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rock gas ronces Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Phillip*, beech cottages, Santa Claro
Bo number 435. Bolboa. Phone
Ponomo 3-1877 at Cristoboi 3-
167?
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Clara beach. '
cottoges, furnished, electric, J*-
trigerotion, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:Two beoch cottages, j
Santa Clara, for Easter week-end.
Telephone Schilling, Balboa 2756.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR SALE:___China cabinet, moho-
gony desk. 4-wicker chairs, 2 end
tables 2 chest drawers. 2 bed-
room choirs, cor vacuum cleaner.
Phone 3-1316 house 139, New
Cristbal.
MISCELLANEOUS
If your Eoster dress requires bottons
anr1 custom made belt, ond you
wont to have that "Chic" look",
order them now at Edificio Lux
apartment 106, near Lux Theatre,
Panama.
WANTED
Jobs Offered
WANTED Energetic white young
lady, speaking Spanish and Eng-
lish, with sales and executive abi-
lity, for Jewelry Store. References
required. Write full particulars to
Box 1833 Panama.
SHORTS
Milady's hat now has a new
contrivance which The American
Magazine describes as a curtal'.i-
ring veil. It spllta In the centtr
and can be opened to the ears
and closed like a curtain .. .This
allows eating, drinking, smoking,
etc.. without the inconvenience
of lifting the veil.
Slightly in Error
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP>
Mrs. Alice M. Haynes laughed
when she got an official telegram
Informing her that her son was
missing In action In Korea. The
son, Corp. Raymond D. Orady,
was visiting her at the time, after
returning from Korea.
It Dates Way Back
FRAMINOHAM. Mass. 'UP)
Mrs. Jane A. Swett was doubif'.il
when her parents told her they
were married on Thanksgiving
Day. Dec. 7. 1865 but found they
were right. The Union proclaimed
that day as Thanksgiving for suc-
cess in the Civil War.
CALL ME MISTER
PROVIDENCE. R. I.. .
Angelo Rotondo. a barber, hopes
his Invention of an adjustable
automobile speed governor will
make him wealthy. "I'd like to
find out how It feels to be call-
ed mister," he said.
LADY'S DAY-The Yankees
are training in Phoenix in the
wild and woolly west, and Mrs.
Phil Riizuto dreaaes the part.
She seems to be pleased at the
way her ihortitopping moat-
valuable player husband is
going. (NEA) _____
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
privte enlronce. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern '2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details coll
Mndez & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Alhembra apartments for rnt. Mod-
ern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
modern apartment, all convenien-
ces. For two months. Call 3-3268
mornings ond evenings only.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
screened living-diningroom $65.00,
56. Belisario Porros, key apart-
ment 3. Phone 3-0841 (Facing
Eden theotrel.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
one bedroom oportment in Bello
Vista. Thru April 30. Phone 3-
2923.
FOR RENT: Modern one bedroom
apartment with livingroom. kitchen
and both on Tivoli Avenue, across
from the Ancon Post Office. Call
at Tivoli Travel Agency. Telephone
Panama 2-0465.
-*-
FOR RENT:First floor oportments,
in Central Theatre Building, Para
ama.
FOR RENT:Aportment, large bed-
room, sittingroom ond large kitch-
en, nicely situated beside garden,
B.40.00. 4247, Pueblo Nuevo.
FOR RENT:Cozy furnished (refri-
geiotor included! oportment, ideal
for couple or smoll family. Price
B.65.00 monthly beautiful sur-
roundngs, decent neighbourhood.
Poitilla Rood. No. 121.
FOR RENT:Furnished opartment.
livingroom, bedroom, kitchen and
both, Frigidaire, best location.
$70.00. Telephone 3,-1648
FOR RENTNice apartment in 49th
St. No. 14 (top floor! with garage.
Telephone 2-1248.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
apartment, screened, livingroom,
bedroom, kitchen, refrigerator, te-
lephone, fella Visto, call 3-H05.
FOR RENT :Furnished two bedroom
aportment with refrigerotor, excel-
lent for two couples. Federico Boyd
No. I. Phone 3-1516.
FOR RENT:One eeeroam apart-
ment near Cenal Zens. Rent I.
55.00. Phone Panama 2-0027 er
3-0763.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room. "Ame-
ricon home, near Ancon bus-stop,
to American womon. References
required. Telephone Panama 2-
3067.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room. All modern comforts. Elec-
tric refrigerotor. Bella Vista, No.
13. 43rd Street. v
FOR RENT:Furnished room, pri-
vte entrance, private bath, very
cool. Bella Vista. $45.00. Tele-
phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, single
person. Private entrance. 46th St.
No. 27, opartment 12- Bella Vis-
ta.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
lulAb(r
building
SUPPUES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Bplce Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
LEICA CAMERAS
Model H1F Synchronized
LENSES t ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PR It IS.
Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Liaht Traffic Easy Parkinr
English speakinc clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA;
u
THE BEST FOR LESS
III f synchronizes;
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
' Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tivoli Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 8 p.m.
SAVB
b.T
VACATIONING IN THE HIGHLANDS
Or BOQt'KTK
AIL 3BM fl
At Bite, tnrlualai 3 rntali, tram:
Daily: S I.N and ap
Weekly: $50 eo and
Saeelal rala for familia and laager
lay.
Fat reservation!: write, hone or
irlerraph
HOTEL PANAMONTE. Boquete
er aaa year travel aitnt.
Justice Black Grants
Slay of Execution
In McGee Rape Case
WASHINGTON, March 1 (UP)
Supreme Court Justice Hugo
L. Black has granted a new stay
of execution to Willie McGee,
Laurel, Miss. Negro who was
scheduled to go to the electric
chair on Tuesday for raping a
white woman.
Black said the stay Is good un-
til final action of the court on
McGee's latest appeal, orovided
the appeal la filed by Tuesday.
The Court will have to decide
whether Federal Judge 81dney C.
Mlze erred in refusing McGee a
writ of habeas corpus.
The next meetina of the Su-
preme Court Is on March 28.
Earlier, Black warned McGee's
attorneys that the case is not
going to be decided "by pressure."
During his five-year fight to
escape execution, McOee made
repeated appeals to State and
Federal courts and was convicted
three times for the attack In"
Laurel. A previous appeal to the
nation's highest court was re-
i Jected last January.
All hope appeared gone for the
Negro when the U. 8. Court of Ao-
| peals declined at Jacksonville.
; Fla., this week to take a hand
| In the case. But three attorneys
came to Washington to present
' a new plea and won the stay of
execution.
a*
Justice Black, pointing to a
five-inch stack of telegrams and
letters he had received, told the
attorneys. "There seems to be
growing up a practice of sending
telegrams to judges In order to
have cases decided bv pressure."
Black said he did not blame
the defense counsel and it was
understood most of the messages
came from New Yor.k, but he as-
serted that sending such tele-
grams was 'a very bad practice.
There Is no defense for It except
Ignorance on the part of the peo-
ple who did It."
"I hope you realize." the Justice
said, "that courts of the United
States are not the kind of Instru-
ments of justice that can be in-
fluenced by such pressures."
McGee's attorney were Bella
Abzug. New York; John M. Coe,
Pensacola. Fla., and former New
York Congressman Vito Marcan-
tonlo.
Mississippi Attorney General J.
P. Co.'eman fought against the
j execution stav because "the case
has been explored to every pos-
sible four corners."
After Black's comment on at-
tempted "pressure," J. S. 8ucker,
secretary of the "Washington
! Mobilization to Free Willie Mc-
Oee," made another public ap-
peal for more telegrams.
The Office of Internal Trade
of the Department of Commerce
reports that, despite a general
decline in exports, drug ship-
ments abroad during 194S totaled
$200,000,000an all-time high.
'Hourglass Girl'
Has Quite A Time
In 'Frisco Fray
OAKLAND, Cal., Mar. 16. (UP)
Inez Claire. 34, burlesque,strip-
per billed as the "Hourglass
Girl," complained to police ahe
had cuite a time the other night.
She said she was smoking back-
atage whan the comedian of the
show, Bruce Brooks, 45, objected
Next thing she knew, she was
wrestling with Brooks on the
floor It took six G-atrtnged cu-
tes to pull him off, she added.
After the fray, she went on
stage for her act, but passed out
In the middle of It, she said. That
la why she wanted the police to
Issue a battery warrant.
Before citing Brooks for a
hearing next Wednesday, police
insisted they had to have proof
that Miss Brooks suffered injur-
ies.
Sure enough, there, was a
bruise, right where the sand
would beearly In the hour.
Columbia Professor,
Arrested for Spying,
Intended to Flee US
NEW YORK. March 16 (UP).
The Government revealed yester-
day that three persons allegedly
Involved in a Russian spy ring
"have flown the jurisdiction of
the court" and charged that Dr.
William Perl, 10th American ar-
rested in-the spy ring, intended
to flee the country.
Assistant U. S. Attorney John
M. Foley made the revelation in
asking high bail for Perl, who
was arrested last night in his
mid-Manhattan apartment on
charges of lying four times to a
Grand Jury investigating the
Gold-Fuchs atomic spy ring.
Foley said that Perl, Columbia
University Instructor described
aa the nation's second-ranking
aerodynamics engineer, had ap-
plied for a passport to leave the
coutry last month ao he could
escape prosecution.
The Government attorney said
that Michael and Ann Sldorovich
and Helene Elitcher. three of five
persons with whom the govern-
meVit charges Perl tried to cover
his relationships, already have
"flown." No indication was given
in court as to their whereabouts.
The other two persons, Julius
Rosenberg and his wife, Ethel,
are on trial for their lives In
Federal Court along with elec-
tronics Engineer Morton Sobell
on charges of wartime espionage
for the Russians.
Federal Judge Henrv Goddard
ordered Per.1 held In $20,000 ball
after he learned of the Univer-
sity Instructor's passport applica-
tion.
Civil Service Exams
For Specialist Jobs
Are Announced
A number ot examinations for
Civil Service positions were an-
nounced yesterday. They Include
the following positions at the
salaries noted:
Mathematical. Analytical, and
Survey Statistician, 13.825 to $5-
400 a year; Junior Scientist and
Engineer i covering chemist, phy-
sicist, metallurgist and engin-
eering positions at $3.100 and $3,-
825 a year, and mathematician
and electronic scientist positions
at 83,100 a year); Intern In Hos-
pital Administration, $1,600 a
year: and Training Instructor
(Communicationa-Radlo Equip-
ment Maintenance); $3,100 and
$3.825 a year.
The statistician positions to ba
filled are located in various Fed-
eral agencies in Washington. D.
C, and its vicinity. To qualify,
applicants must have had an-
froprlate experience in statistics,
ertlnent college study mav ba
substituted for all or part of tha
required experience, depending
on the grade of position.
The Junior Scientist and En*
elneer jobs are also located In
Washington. D. C. To qualify for
this examination, applicants
must have had approp r I a t a
education or a combination of
education and experience.
The positions of Intern in Hos-
pital Administration are In vari-
ous Veterans Administration
hospitals. The internships are 12
months in length, after which the
Interns are eligible for promotion
to positions paying $3.825 a year.
To qualify for an internship, ap-
plicants must have completed th
necessary academic requirements
for a master's degree In hospital
administration.
Training Instructor Jobs are
located at 8cott Air Force Base,
Belleville, 111. Applicants for these
Jobs must have had appropriate
training or experience or both.
No written test is required for
any of the above examinations.
Age limits for the statistician
and training instructor jobs and
the junior scientist and engineer
Jobs paying $3,825 a year, ara
from 18 to 62 years: for the in-
tern and Junior scientist jobs
paying $3,100 a year, from 18 t
35.
Further information about the
examinations and places to send
applications, aa wall aa applica-
tion forms, may be obtained from
the Commission's Local Secret-
ary. J. 8. Yates, Board of U. 8.
Civil Service Examiners. Balboa
Heights. C. Z.. from Civil Bervlce
regional offices, or from the Unl-
ed States Civil Service Commis-
sion. Washington 25, D. C. Ap-
tillcatlons for all the examina-
lona will be accepted until furth-
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PAGE SEVEN
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_ ff/r. -Kenneth lliiulanil
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MR. AND MRS. ENGtXKE ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT
AND APPROACHING MARRIAGE OP THEIR DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Engelke of Gambo announce
the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter.
Joyce Anne, to Edward V. May, ion of Mr. and Mn. H. E.
May of Balboa. ,
The wedding will take place at tbo Cathedral of St. Luke
in Ancon on Friday. April the sbtth.
Biahop Gooden Returns
The Right Rev. Reginald Heber
Gooden. Episcopal Bishop of The
Panama Canal Zone, returned to
Ancon today from a tour of par-
ishes and missions In Nicaragua,
Costa Rica and Western Panama.
Arriving with Bishop Qooden
was the Right Rev. John B. Bent-
ley, Vice-president of the Nation-
al Council of the Episcopal
Church and Director of the Over-
seas Department, who accompan-
ied Bishop Qooden on his tour.
Bishop Bentley will be the houae
guest of Bishop and Mrs. Qooden
in Ancon until March 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter
Entertaining Informally
Albert E. Carter, First Secreta-
ry of the United States Embassy
and Mrs. Carter are entertaining
a small group of their friends at
a buffet supper tonight at their
residence on Avenida Federico
Boyd m Bella Vista.
Guests of
Mrs. Francisco Arias
Mr. And Mrs. Enrique Miro
Quezada (Pachls Arias) and
their two young daughters arriv-
ed this morning by airplane from
their home in Lima, Peru for a
month's visit with Mrs. Miro
Quezada's mother, Mrs. Francisco
Arias, P.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark
Leave for Miami
After a stay of a few days at
Hotel El Panama. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Clark of, Syracuse, New"
York, are leaving tonight by air-
plane for Miami, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan
Entertain for Their Dapghter
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Dono-
van gave a garden supper and
dancing party Wednesday even-
ing at their residence on Balboa
Heights for their daughter, Peg-
gy Ann, on the occasion of her
thirteenth birthday anniversarv.
The guest list for the. party in-
cluded: Greta Navarro, Marjoile
Ely, Janet Vlnton, Nlta Jones,
Dorothy Sandrone, Carmen
Smith. Betsy Christie, Dixie
Stoudner, Mildred Sand r o n,e,
Frances Brandeau, Ellen Rogan,
Jimmy Reece, Tlmmy Hotz, Jay
Clemens, Jim DesLondes, Butch
Metzler, Jimmy Stevens, Bobby
Smith, Dormon Fulton. Michael
Wltkin, Harry Cody and Jack
Prante.
Mrs. Grace at
Hotel El Panama
Peter Grace, president of Grace
and Company, is expected to ar-
rive this afternoon from Santla-
Io, Chile. He will be overnight at
[otel El Panama before continu-
ing his trip to the United States.
Visitor at
Pedro Miguel
Miss Evelyn Engle of Chicago,
Illinois, a former resident of Bal-
boa. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 8.
J. Bull at Pedro Miguel.
Entertain at Luncheon
After the Initiation ceremony
of the National Honor Society of
Balboa High School Tuesday, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward M. Browder Jr.,
entertained members of the so-
ciety and the faculty advisors at
luncheon. The luncheon was held
at their residence on Morgan
Avenue in Balboa.
Sorority Tea
The Gamma Chi Sorority of the
Canal Zone Junior College held a
"rush" tea yesterday afternoon
in the auditorium of the Jew!h
Welfare Board Armed Forces
Service Center In Balboa.
Club Elects Officers
At its luncheon meeting Tues-
day the Doctors Wives Club elect-
ed officers for the coming year.
They are: Mrs. H. W. Sreck,
president: Mrs. Harold C. Decl-
ine vice-president and Mrs. 8. C.
McClanahan, secretary-treasurer.
The luncheon was held In the
Fern Room of the Hotel TivoU
and covers were laid for 37. Hos-
tesses were Mrs. Forest R. Brown,
Mrs. E. C. Lowry, Mrs. Eric Os-
terberg and Mrs. J. R. Mltcheil.
The club has voted a donation of
$50 to the Polio Fund.
Emblem Club to Meet
Wednesday
The next meeting of Balboa
Emblem Club 349 will be held In
the American Legion Hall, Bal-
boa, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Meeting of College Club Group
Postponed One Week
The March meeting of the
Spanish Conversation Group of
the Canal Zone College Club has
been postponed one week and will
ISTHMIAN DATA
MARRIAGE LICENSE
BOMBEK. John Benedict. 35. of
Ancon, formerly of Los Angeles,
Cal., to AROSEMENA, Gladys
Maria. 20, of Panama.
e held Tuesday. March 27, at
:30 p.m. at the home of Miss
Jloise Monroe, 043S-F Franglpa-
nl 8treet, Ancon.
British-ltalo Talks
Stress Atlantic Pact
BY HAROLD GUARD
LONDON. March 16, (UP)
British officials have said that
Italy's role In the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization would as-
sume greater Importance thai)
Trie3te in the Anglo-Italian talks
now taking place in London.
They said the Trieste tan
would not be permitted to take
precedence over other consider-
ations and there was no reason
to suppose Britain would not con-
tinue to stand by her March 1948
decoration that Trieste should
be returned to the Italians.
It was recognized that there
were Italian suspicious that Pre-
mier Alcide de Gasperl would be
asked in the London talks to en-
ter into some sort of an agree-
ment with Yugoslavia over Tri-
este's future.
It was expected that de Gas-
perl would make the point that
If Yugoslavia wants Italian help
against the Cominform. Marshal
Titp must be ready to make some
gesture to Italy regarding Tries-
te.
Officials said: "But there are
greater questions to be discusser!
to ensure the smooth collabora-
tion o the North Atlantic Treaty
powers In the Mediterranean."
Fur example Italy wants to ob-
tain British equipment for re-
armament and get naval work In
Italian shipyards for Atlantic
Pact countries.
There is the question of raw
materials, other supplies, the em-
ployment of Italian labor in
British coal mines and Italian
emigration to Commonwealth
countries.
Italian engineering is working
at only 60 per cent capacity be-
cause necessary materVs are
short.
Policy In Africa would also be
one of the main topics of the
London talks. There Is the tricky
question of some 50,000 Italians
still living in Tripoli which Is to
become part of Libya under an
Independent Arab government
next year.
Officials listed probable topics
thus:
n Italy's eastern frontier and
Trieste;
2) Policy in Africa concerning
Italian subjects and their rights
in Libya:
3) Political and military pro-
blems In the Central Mediterran-
ean ;
4) Military and economic co-
operation within the Atlantic
Pac':
5) Economic affairs, with spe-
cial reference to raw materials;
61 Italian emigration to Com-
mon wealth countries.
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BOSTON. (UP). Though he
admitted he was drunk when he
fell while leaving the University
Club, a Boston salesman won a
$4.000 court verdict against the
club for his injuries.
THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.Z.
TO SOMETHING YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS
THIS SUNDAY
10:45 "A Sinner Makes Good"Pastor W. H. Beeby.
Special MusicMr. Anton Marco.
'former Opera star)
"Tha Lord's Prayer" "The Palma"
"The Pierced Prince."
7:30 "From Carmen To Christ"Anton Marco.
Testimony of Operatic Stars Conversion.
"It Is Enough" "The Living Cod"
"It's In My Heart" (and many other numbers)
MESSAGE: "Two Minutes Before Death"
Pastor W. H. Beeby.
Don't miss this grand opportunity of great singing.
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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD B. OSGOOD receive the congratu-
lations of Joseph R. Cunningham, manager of El Panama
Hotel, following their marriage on Tuesday of this week.
Osgood is the assistant manager of the hotel. His bride,
the former Miss Katherlne Lunsford, was Miss Arizona of
1950.
Sommers' Paintings
Will Be Exhibited
At JWB Gallery
Another art exhibit, the sixtii
sponsored by the Canal Zone Art
League and the Jewish Welfare
Board, will open Sunday at the
J.W.B. Gallery In Balboa with the
work of Helen Sommers (Mrs.
Gordon Sommers".) A versatile
artist, Mrs. Sommers will display
one"plaster portrait head and a
group of oil paintings and pas-
tels.
She received her early training
at the Walker Art Center in Min-
neapolis, after which she assisted
several well-known sculptors In
their studios. She also attended
the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
The second resident of Rodman
to exhibit at the J.W.B. Gallery,
Mrs. Sommers shows an Inter-
esting variety of subject matter.
Including landscape, figures ano
still life.
The exhibit will remain through
Saturday, March 31. The public is
cordially invited to visit the gal-
lery, which is open dally from 10
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Russia Awards
Scientist for Study
On Cosmic Forces
LONDON. Mar. 16, (UP)
Russia, pursuing research into
cosmic rays, today awarded the
Stalin Prize of 200,000 rubles for
new advances In the study of
this mysterious force.
Cosmic rays bombard the earth
from some unknown starting
point In space. Scientists are di-
vided on whether they can ever
be harnessed fo rbeneficial or de-
structive uses, but they have a
power potential many times
greater tha nthe Atom bomb.
The award went to Dimitty
Vladlmlrovlch Skobeltsy Nlcolal
Alexeyvlch Dobrotln and Oeorgl
Timofeyevlch Zatsepln. They
were credited with "the discovery
and investigation of electro-nu-
clear streams and nuclear-cas-
cade processes In cosmic rays."
The scientists are all members
of the Lebedev Physics Institute
of the Academy of Sciences.
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Jessup Warns West
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PARIS, March 18, (UP) The
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Jessup has said that; the West
should not expect "magic results"
from the deputies' discussions
here on an agenda for a full Big
Pour Foreign Ministers meeting.
There are substantial difficul-
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"The way to peace is long:, ve-
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we should start on It without de-
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out our mobilisation effort. This
however we rejected."
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the deal we are not indifferent
as to how we draw up our thought
we must make sure that the
language is clear, to avoid mis-
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to get a simple and objective list
of issues confronting the world
for discussion by the Foreign
Ministers.
Meanwhile It Is reported here
that the Western powers agree
that the new Russian concessions
on the agenda are not enough.
The West will continue pressing
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MR. FARLEY HONORED WITH RECEPTION
Mr James A. Farley, former postmaster-general of the
United States, was the guest of honor at a reception given
..at the American Embassy last evening.
The guests who attended from the Atlantic Side were:
-Captain and Mrs. Robert Bertschy, the American vice-consul
at Colon and Mrs. Charles Whitaker and their fU*U, Mr.
"and Mrs. Joseph P. Whitaker of Providence, R. I.. Bishop
Jose Maria Preciado, Mr. and Mrs. Joae Maria Gmale, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos de Estrada.
. Miss Lariviere Weds
TLi. Walter Blake, U.S.N.
In a private ceremony at the
Chanel on the Coco Solo Naval
-Station, Miss Simone Lariviere,
"'Ot Jackson Heights, Long Island,
' *N;Y became the bride of Lieut,
"fjet Walter K. Blake, U.8.N.
* "Chaplain William Meagher per-
formed the ceremony at 6 p.m.
", Monday. Mar. 12 in the presence
' of friends from both sides of the
tjtthmus.
The traditional wedding march-
""es were played by the organis:,
Mr. Edmund Archbold.
. ._,Th3 lovely bride entered upon
it^he arm of Lt. Chester L. Lucas,,
v by1 whom she was given in mar-
lutrfagc. She wore an afternoon
"gown of pale-blue lace with a
* -mail matching lace hat and blue
accessories. Her flowers were a
"corsage of white orchids.
' "Mrs. H. E. Krobatsch of Favfan
'was the only attendant. She chose
-* white suit with brown-and-
' .'$hlte accessories, for the occa-
sion. Her flowers were a corsage
pj'deep purpje orchids.
', Lt. M. Hoist, U.S.A., was best
, ^Utan for Lt. Blake.
Following the ceremony a re-
. ceptcn was held at the Coco Solo
Officers Club. The bride's table
was centered with a three-tiered
wedding cake topped with a min-
iature bride and groom and en-
circled with white roses and star
Jasmine. The buffet table was
.centered with regal lilies and the
table cloths of both tables were
covered with tiny corsages of
white flowers.
* The bride cut the wedding cake
In true Navy tradition, with the
' groom's sword.
The wedding guests were: Lt.
and Mrs. V. P. Musto, Lt. and
Mrs. H. E. Walther, Lt. and
Mrs. W. E. Sands, Lt. and Mrs.
O. J. Ellis, Lt. Chester L. Lucas,
Lt. M. Hoist. C.W.O. and Mrs.
H. E. Krobatsch, CWO and Mrs.
S. W. Hughes, Miss Jean Van
Evera and CWO H. G. Pitts.
Miss Lariviere arrived Monday
on the Cristobal from New York.
Lt. Blake was formerly of New
London. Conn. When he first ar-
rived on the Isthmus he was sta-
tioned at Coco Solo but is now on
the USS Recovery.
Following a short honeymoon
at the Hotel Washington. Lt. and
Mrs. Blake are residing at Far-
fan.
their wives and husbands are cor,-
dially Invited to attend.
Guests at the Hotel Washington
The former Governor of the
Panama Canal, General and Mr.
Julian L. Schley were stopping at
the Hotel Washington, before
their departure for the States to-
day.
Marsha Kennedy
Celebrates Birthday Anniversary
Lt. and Mrs. George W. Ken-
nedy arranged a party at the Ft.
Davis Officers Club Wednesday
afternoon for their young daugh-
ter, Marsha, on her third birth-
day anniversary.
The children who helped he-
celebrate were: Beth Larner,
Marola Ann Hutchlnson, Bruce
Wiggs. Jeffery Wiggs, Charles
and James Scarborough, Anna-
bethLindstrom.Faye Kuhn, Bar-
bara Kuhn, Richard Carroll, Jack
Ogan, Sylvia Gardner. Lynn Sto-
rle, Eric and Gary Hartwlg, Ricn-
ard Greene. Betty Donahue and
Kathy Skelstaltis.
Mrs. Robert Carroll and Mrs. B.
K. Ogan assisted the hostess.
38th Annual St. Patrick's Ball
The 38th St. Patrick's Day Ball
Is being sponsored by the Knights
of Columbus, Council No. 1689 at
the Elks Home at Brazos Heights
Saturday starting at 8:00 p.m.
There will be entertainment as
well as dancing and prizes.
Mrs. Tommerup Visitor
in Cristobal
Mrs. Affia Tommerup, who re-
cently visited her sister and bro-
ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. August
Campbell of Old Cristobal, arriv-
ed Tuesday on the S.S. Yaque
from New Orleans. She has ac-
cepted a position with the Uni-
ted Fruit Company and is en
route to Puerto Armuelles. She
left Tuesday afternoon on the S.
8. 8an Jose.
Cadeta from CST8 Charleston
to be Feted
The USTS Charleston, the Mas-
' sachusetts Maritime Training
vessel from the Academy in Hy-
aiinls. Mass., arrived in Cristobsl
Wednesday evening with 195 ca-
dets aboard and is tied up at Pier
9.
.Captain J. W. Thompson is In
. command of the ship and also a-
board is the Superintendent of
..'..the School, Rear-Admiral Julian
D. Wilson, U.S.N.R.
..,. ...The Strangers Club has lnvittd
--'hundred of the cadets to attend
. .the St. Patrick's Day Ball at the
Club Saturday evening from 9:00
- so 2:00 a.m.
Sigman-Alken Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Slgman
of Coco Solo, C. Z. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Shirley Joan to Fay Louis Aiken
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M.
Aiken of Reading, Vt.
Mr. Aiken attended Springfield
High School and at present Is
with the United States Marine
Corps at Coco Solo Naval Station,
Canal Zone.
Miss Slgman graduated from
Washington High School in
Washington Pa. She attended
Washington Seminary and Mt.
Aloyslus Jr. College in Cresson,
Pa. Also Central Airlines School
in Kansas City Mo. and the Univ-
ersity of Miami in Coral Gables,
Fla.
Before arriving on the Isth-
mus Miss Slgman was employed
by the Empire Producing Co., of
Kansas City, Mo., as a director of
Musical Comedies.
The wedding date has been set
for the 18th of April in the Na-
val Chapel at Coco Solo.
im Up
Your Hearts'
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Epis-
copal Church of Our Saviour,,
New Cristobal.)
A CHANCE FOR LIBERATION
"God sent not his Son into
the world to condemn the world
but that the world through Him
might be saved."
, Christ came Into the world as
a great liberating force and front
His company men and women
went away redeemed, restored,
renewed. We have only to loos
over the pages of the Gospels at
random to find Instances of the
new life that flowed from every
contact that He made with those
in need.
There is, for Instance, the Jew-
ish legislator Nicodemus who
comes to Jesus by night, mud-
dled, perplexed, Involved in all
the intricacies of the Jewish Law
and yet groping vainly after a
light which he sees dimly but
with his vision clouded by legal
niceties and literal interpreta-
tions. He was confined and bound
to a religion of legallsm with
all the Joy of adventure gone out
of lt And Jesus leads his thoughts
away from all these cramping
forms of thought and talks to
him about the freedom of the
Spirit and the free gifts of God
which are so utterly different
from the legal give-and-take of
the Jewish Law. So Nicodemus
goes away liberated in thought,
a renewed personality.
We think also of the Woman of
Russia Drives Hard Bargain
With East German Population
By EDWARD M. KORRY
o-
LEIPZIQ. March 16 (UP1
Russia is driving a hard bargain
in Eastern Germany more
food and clothing as the price of
political freedom.
All parties here agree that in
the past year supplies of food
and consumer goods have in-
creased as l Communism has
tightened its political hold.
Rationing of bread, flour pro-
ducts and clothing has been
abolished. Prices of non-ration-
ed foods are high, but nobody
faces the near-starvation of a
year ago. The gap betdeen East
and West German workers in
this respect has narrowed.
The situation of the West Ge--
man worker is still significantly
better, however. He earns about
Samaria with whom Jesus talked
by the wellside, a woman fetter-
ed by the mistakes of the past
and struggling against the cal-
lous hardness that so easily en-
velopes those who feel that there
Is no escape from their their
background. She finds God's for-
giveness and is so redeemed.
Christ knows what we'are ca-
pable ofloyalty, faith, and
evokes the besfln us. The result,
a new self-assurance and seii-
respect. "Come unto Me, all ye
that travail and.are heavy-lad-
en.""
30 per cent more, has no ration
card worries, and does not have
to connive between the rationed
and free*marketa.
A family of four in both East
and West Germany now spends
the equivalent of bauot 150
marks a week for food. But the
West German worker has about
150 marks left for other ex-
penditure while the East Oer-
man worker has only 75 marks.
After he pays his rent about
90 marks his salary is almost
gone.
Night clubs, a popular Western
amusement, are out of his reach.
He must save hard to buy cloth-
ing or a radio. Both cost twice
as much as in the Western zone.
Thus he usually spends his
evenings at Soviet or satellite
films, or studying Communist
text books in order to pass his
ideological examinations at the
factory or the offltt.
The small merchant is not as
fortunate as the worker, who Is
being favored.in this interim
period while the "democratic
East German Republic prepares
to become a "People's Demo-
cracy."
He is being taxed into poverty
or undercut by nationalized en-
terprises into bankrupcy. Small
businesses In the West are be-
ginning to thrive. In the East
they face extinction.
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i i port 93, Port of the Panama Ca-
nal Propeller Club of the U.S.A..
is arranging a tea dance at the
--'Strangers Club Sunday from 4:00
to 7:00 p.m.
-"-The young ladies who so grac-
'"Musly assisted In making the re-
*-tent dances for other visiting ca-
dets a success, are cordially in-
vited to attend these two affans.
_ Jimmy Dunn's Orchestra will
furnish music for dancing.
runner Party at Consulate
*The American vice-consul at
Cplon and Mrs. Charles Whitak-
er entertained with a dinner par-
r a: the consulate last evening.
?,Their guests were: Bishop Jo-
se Maria Preciado of Colon, Mr.
and Mrs. Humberto Lelgnariier,
Miss Adamary Anderson, M'.ss
TJielma Godwin and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph P. Whitaker.
Informal Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mlddlemas
had a few friends for dinner a;
their Brazos Heights home Wed-
nesday evening.
Their guests were: Mr. and
,Mrs. E. C. Cotton. Rev. and Mrs
Henry L. Bell and Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Adams.
Founding of American Legion
. to be Celebrated
Members of Elbert 8. Wald.
Unit No. 2. American Legion Aux-
iliary are entertaining wi*h a
buffet supper today at 6:00 p m.
in the Legion Hall in Old Cris-
tobal to observe the 32nd anni-
versary of the founding of the
American Legion.
All members of the Elbert S.
Waid Post and Auxiliary and
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FRIDAY,
MARCH 16, 1951
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Walter.Winchell
In New York
Man About Twn
Meg Truman's barrister date (Marvin Braveranan) is serl-
as bout "Pug" Well (America Airline hotes), the inspir-
ation for the movie, "3 Guy Named Mike"... The Kefauver
('mm. may front-page the killer o Charles Blnaggia. They
allegedly know him... Barbara Bennett's new uh-huhney is
a CBCtaffer... "Peter Pan" atar Jean Arthur' new heart-
traction Is a It. col... Many locals are confoozed aver those
romantic items linking Gretchen North with Whithrop Rock-
efeller. Because a prominent Phllly-Mamllner Is is about to
divorce his frau to wed Gretch. (He's hrt-brkn)... Wm. Mc
Chfaney Martin (ex-prex of the N.Y7 Stock Exchange) replac-
ing Sec/y of Treasury Snyder? (Askin*. not sajta')... Mary Be-
chold, ex-wife of the chief of Ribbonife Corp. (probed for an
RFC loan), weds Marquis Francis do Rowen (of Paree and
here) this wk... Marj Truman, who now owns a nice fat an-
nuity, with be f if ted with a solid gM phone on her birthday.
Runyon Fund Conunltteeman Sugar Ray Robinson (the mid-
dleweight and welterweight champion) authorizes the column to
announce his next "Worthy Cause" title-delense bout Follow-
ing Ws fight with Kid Marcel (for the French Cancer Fund in
Paris in May... Sugar Rav will fight "anybody" Jim Norria (of
IBCi selects after his Paris commitment... Louise Baer's family
land all Heart Fund workers i will be happy to learn Sugar wlU
Elve his entire purse to that fund Fulfilling his promise from
he ring (after the La Motta event) "to fight for many causes!"
The Washington Ticker: Chas. Lindbergh will make an
important statement on air power... Att'n, "Roger! Roger!":
Tour OPAloeka tip doesn't jell. Now what? Contact Chas. Fer-
nandez of the Miami Herald... Cong. Dolling er (NY) Is prob-
ing the freeing of Nati war criminals... $250.900 in claims has
been filed against the Dep't of Agriculture by mink raisers.
Because the Dep't recommended a diet which allegedly caused
the minx to become sterile... Prentice Hall will publish (In
book form) Fortune's Feb. Issue article: "C.S.A.. the Perman-
ent Revolution' .. From a pal at Collier's: "How about some
public spirited lawyer instituting taxpayer suits against RFC
chlselers, the proceeds for the Runyon Fund?"
Labor New*
And
(lomment
By Victor Riesel
A New Japanese PrintReady for Framing
ZiUiouaire Jorge Sanchez's mother had had a relapse in a
Havana hospital. In a coma. The family Is at the bedside... Tod
hoarding i according to grocers) Is on canned dog food... While
Toots Shor holidayed In Hot Springshis set wrote a poem: "The
lolnt Is much quieter:without the propletor!"... A TV packag-
ing group will offer Sugar Ray his own sports program, a direct
result of his adgllbbage (at the mikes) in the ring after the La-
Motta brawl... The Grasshopper has replaced the Moscow Muie
as a guzzle in Sapsiety... The Runyon Fund apparently Is well
known to postment. A letter from Ann Arbor Mich., lust arrived
addressed: "Damon Runyon Cancer Fund"... Thanks to all of
generous you In the 48.
Contrary to all published reports, the once fabulously rich
Alberto Dodero died comparatively broke. The herons literally
drained him dry. Last year they forced him to peddle his
tremedous shipping holdings (to them) for a song... The Army
is again looking over 21 of Miami Beach's biggest hotels. Ear-
lier reports were not true... Are the Wideners offering Bel-
sr-ont Park to a syndicate chief d hv Leslie ( oo.nbs of Ky?. .,
The social Stuart McGuires (Lynn Hogan) are parenticipating.
Monte Proser settled his diff with the Copacabana for $150.-
MSt In cash... The Robin (Curly) Harrises are imaginr.
again. She was Pat Donnelly, Detroit' "Miss America". Bob
Dunn' }oak: "I know who makes all the dough In teovy. The
guy who manufactures all (hose plaques awarded to all those
programs!"
the Wall Street bull changed their position In recent weeks^
which accounts for the market being sluggish. Here are some rea-*
sons: Prices of stocks have doubled land in some Instances tre-
bled) since a year ago... They believe business throughout the
nation is as good'as It can possibly be... Industries everywhere
are loaded with "swollen inventories." (That's a matter of re-
cord... The people no longer rush to buv goods, soft or hard,
because of price controls... They no longer fear runaway in-
flation, ad thev know the powerful labor unions will be th/Mr
watchdogs assuring them of better controls... Tragically enough,
the most dangerous thing that can happen iwe are toldj Is a stale-
mate In the Korenn.war or come perrement with the Chinese..
If this happens (Oh. you poor guys in the foxholes), stocks would
reallv crash!
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taar day. Latter art publish*' in th order rcivd.
fists try to km th Itttirt limitad to an p|s lsnt.
Wanfity of Isrfsr wrirar is hM In (trictait confiaanet
This ntwipapar sltumti no raipontikility far itatamanri or
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POETS'CORNER
Mall Box Editor:
I was only a shy little GS-1,
And my first day's work was barely done
When my boss said "I think you'll do,"
And I became a G8-X.
"Won't you have dinner," he asked of me
And quick as a wink, I'm a GS-3,
, Fearful and trembling I knocked on hi door,
He answered, I entered, and now I'm a 4.
Now we dance nightly to waltsos and jive,
It doesn't take long to get yoa a 3,
The girU are all saying I do it for kicks
Eat nevertheless, I've got my grade S.
me again dear, this must be heaven"
Next morning at work, I find I'm a 7,
A few weeks ago T made my grade I,
But that, girls, was where I made my mistake!
Now I have no income or taxes, but fate
Mas produced my exemption hut lost me my I.
LOVELORN DIVISION
Dear Mall Box:
I see this letter In the Mall Bo>
by disgusted and right away it
hits me hard just like that!
There alnt no coordination
that's what's wrong. Me I came
down here the same way this glr!
did telling myself there must be
some skirts down there my size
made to order, see.
But- what happens. Around the
Comray? Overstuffed housewives
hell-bent to find more stuffing.
The movies? Everything that
looks like anything wrapped up
ht.
en I says to myself. .Thatcc-
m" -i wall in front of the Anean
I house will swing the deal. I
Onlooker
with a whistle when something
heaves Into sight. And gets my-
self bopped behind the ear with
folded newspapers on account of
not being able to tell the differ-
ence between the took'en and un-
tooken.
And all this time this lane
with the green clothes is patroll-
ing Balboa clubhouse. See what I
mean? She's right! Commuiviy
Hervite should've notified either
her or me.....
And while we're talking busi-
ness, howabout this disgusted
proposition sending around a
snap shot as a kind of a way to
save me the cost of getting my
beezcr set again from mistak'ru*
a crane operator's wife for th!
WASHINGTON I, for one,
am weary of sitting silently by
and listening to the well-re-
hearsed protests of Injured In-
nocence by those in the Broad-
way-Hollywood belt who for
years ran as an organized poli-
tical mob which ganged up on
our decencies.
I am weary of their Inability
to see the harm they've done
to the decent film colony by
permitting the leftists to ex-
ploit their talent for reading a
ghoae-wrltten line, turning a
Grecian profile.
I, for one, am getting off the
sucker list by putting on record
the political crimes they com-
mitted so that unce and for all,
the nation can know just why
there Is this iuss about the cel-
luloid comrades.
There is that one parti-
cularly surprised he-man of
the open shirt and water-
front scripts who says "Who
nmt" but forgets that be-
fore he Hollywoodized his
name he led Young Com-
munist League street gangs
u'hich^broke up labor ral-
lies run to collect food and
clothing for the Illinois
Progressive Miners.
Many a night he led his Com-
mie gang into street brawls, at
the corner of Tremont and
Prospect Avenues in the Bronx,
as bloody as any his high-priced
script writers have faked for
him at $5,000 a week. So let him
not think that we know not his
record.
Then there's the dapper little
actor who was assigned by the
Communist Party to recruit in-
to It that wonderful' news-
paperwoman now on that West-
:hester chain. She was asked to
register into a hotel suite and
for davs meet with Party mem-
bers who attempted to convince
her to sign up. At the end, she
threw them a)l out, including
buster who used to carry those
Marxist books with him down
even to Hollywood and Vino. I
love her dearly for telling the
billboard movie hero to drop
dead. But let him make no
mistake. His record too i
known.
And what about that great
Intellect. Lee'J. Cobb? Whv is
it that he still keeps his name
on the list of sponsors of the
Friendship Cargo for Chino"
outfit? Go you know which
China that Is?
It's the China of Mao-tung.
whose Sovletlzed armies are
now killing our boys at a rate
highly satisfactory to Pal Joey.
It's the China which has wiped
out the free labor movement
and today is killine off all n-
tenec'ual cadre which might
fomedav orovide the leaders of
Oriental freedom. Why.does Mr.
Oobb lend his name to the pro-
Communist China Welfare Ap-
peal? Just whose welfare Is he
appealing for?
Isn't it true that many of
the Hollinvood lefties worked
and schemed and met se-
cretly with movie literary
agent George Willner, one-
time boss of the Communist .
Parly's theoretical organ.
the New Masses? Of course,
it is.
Isn't it true that he con-
ferred behind closed doors
ol many a sioank Beverly
Hills futmminf pool-e ped mansion with import-
ant script writers, and plot-
ted Communist propaganda
activity? Of course, it is'
Isn't it true that for years
he was part of a Commie
apparatus in Hollywood
which literally frightened
anti-Communists in the film
colony? Of course it is.
And now Georgie boy has
skipped to Miami's lush beach
to sun himself and now lives in
that house on 72nd Street and
Collins Av. Why Isn't he being
subpoenaed?
The Communists and their
friends Infiltrated the studio
unions and prepared the way
for today's International carna-
ge by glamorizing the Soviet's
favorite policies Just as some
actors endorse teeth-whitening
stuff and the gimmicks which
keep you smelling morning glo-
ry-like all dav long.
And now these movie people
are being asked by the House
Un-Amrelcan' Affairs Commit-
tee to show the Intellectual ho-
nesty they profess to possess.
The Committee has sent for 26
witnesses. There is word that
they will testify as friends of
the Committee. At least two, a
handsome actor and a not so
handsome Broadway laughing
qi,e WASHIHGTOH
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Merry-60-round
y DRIW PEARSON
There's No Biz
By BO RUARK
NEW YORK. Grandma used to read me
fairy tales, and I mis ed them terribly until
television came along. Now I don't need Hans
Christian Andersen any more, because I got
what they call the real-Ufe end of the TV thing
to keep me warm.
Some horrid mischance took us to Philadel-
phia some time back to watch the birth of a
I have seen some things lately In the medium
to cause to curl the hair, so help us all, the
other night, a sister team employed the old bur-
lesque technique, on a big snow, of spitting in
each other's laces. That is correct. Spit is a
horrid word, and Is used as humor today on te-
levision.
Another thing that Is used in lieu of humor
circus program which Is designed to sell more V Is the homosexual approach to wit. This is with
ne out there, swinging my here Disgusted cutie.
legs I looks nonchalant, gives' The Whistler
dairy truck for Sealtest. We will skip gags
about Philadelphia, but all of a sudden you
get intrigued with the strong man named Dan
Lurie. r
Here Is a new use for muscles. Dan is the
boy In the commercial. He lift a bar bell, and
his muscles ripple. BUt Dan will not lift an
ordinary: light prop bar bell. He Insists on a
bell weighing 200 pounds. Artistic integrity. The
rest of the time he delivers ice-cream cones to
the kids who i lock to see the elephants and the
clowns. Does not insist on heavy ice cream.
Also very tond Of Dan's back. On it Is paint-
ed all the credits of the show writer, pro-
ducer, music and so forth. When the producer's
name comes up for the cameras, Dan makes his
biceps jump. I tell you, there's no business like
show business.
One of. the fine things that has happened in
Iflevislon lately is that a professional strong
man Dan's predecessor broke out of an ad-
vertising agency. A man named Stan Elkln got
drafted, suddenly, and in a fit of nerves missed
his train" to Philadelphia. He went back, late,
to the fine and fusty firm of N.W, Ayer, at the
fine and fusty address of SO Rockefeller Plaza,
to await new orders. He got in, but couldn't
get out.
He frit exactly like the late gorilla. Bushman,
who suddenly discovered he couldn't lift a win-
dow sash when he came loose from his cage.
Mr. Elkln busted out of Ayer's to the consterna-
tion of the cops. First time anybody ever bust-
ed OUT of an agency, although many have
wished to. .
the lisp and the swished wrist and the hand-
on-hlp routine, and is not funny. There is no
humor in homosexuality, as there is no humor
in cancer, blindness, Insanity or the State De-
partment.
Also I heard an actor say "damn" in a dra-
matic bit. I say it all the time and it never
bothers me, but on televisin damn is a horrid
word. Like spit.
It Is certainly an odd pastime for a grown
man. but I keep hovering around the set, won-
dering what will come up next. If they can
make you believe that cigarettes march, and
that an imitation of Harry Rlchman is still fun-
ny, here is an art form that will never wither,
never die.
One of the best things about the whole busi-
ness 'Is the credit list. Never used to read cre-
dits in'the movies, but never miss them now.
It is intriguing to so*, at the end of an epic,
how much work went into it. Gowns by so-
and-so. Written by. Directed by. Extra writ-
ing and direction by. Special effects by. Mu-
sic by. Choreography by. Thinking by. When
so help me, all it was six people playing char-
ades In a barn.
I suspect there Is much less In television than
meets the eye, to borrow, ap old one. and the
chances are It will get lesser and lesser. But
do not knock my strong man on the Sealtest
show. I get up everv Saturday, much too early,
to wait for the making Of history. One of these
days that 200 bar bell is going to win a deci-
sion over him.
Iran's Oil
By Bruce Biossat
Drew Pearson says: President Truman's temperament 9
major topic abroad; Hasty replies to oral questions at
press conferences worry Europeans; Impact of Amer-
ican ways noticeable in Greece.
ATHENS. The chief subject every American is asked about
no matter what country he is traveling in, Is Harry Truman's tem-
perament. Why, you are asked, does your President write so-fmtny
letters? Why does he call people so many.names? Why does-ha
make so many quick statements in Press conferences?
Few people in the United States realize how widely the Pre-
sident's letter to Paul Hume, Washington music critic, was pub-
lished from London to the smaller cities of the Balkans, It*
Turkey some newspapers, having heard that the President one
hurled an uncomplimentary epithet in my direction, got mixed, up
and thought the Hume letter had been written to me.
Leaving personalities strictly aside, however, the net effect
of the President's mercurial disposition Is to give the rest ol;ihs\
world an Impression of American unsteadiness and a we are likely to fly off halfcocked. This applies to Press cotfTer-
ences Just as much as Presidential letter-writing, as two casei will
illustrate.
A couple of weeks ago, Mr. Truman was asked at a Press con-
ference whether the United Nations forces in Korea would oros
the 38th parallel. He replied that he was leaving this entirely up
to General MacArthur. Now, it so happened that this waa.not
true. But true or not, nothing he could have said could haveHn-
jured our relations more with other U.N. nations, for several.rja-
sons.
First, they feel important political decisions of this kind, in-
volving further embroglio with China and Russia are not ap to
the American military commander but to the entire U.N. Secona,
both the French and the British repeatedly urged, requested nd
begged us not to go above the 38th parallel prior to MacArthur'a
previous disastrous advance. Third, we are now demanding 'that
Europe rearm under an American ground commander, an Amer-
can naval commander and air commander. Unfortunately, Mr. Tru-
ni iij nasty Press conference statement makes them think tyfice
about who would decide political matters regarding European
defense.
The other Truman Press conference boner was his famous)
statement that we are considering dropping the A-Bomb on Korea
which brought British Prime Minister Attlee hotfooting It ta
Washington. >*
t >
QUESTIONS SOMETIMES LOADED
Most people don't remember that the three most recent Re-
publican Presidents refused to answer oral questions at Pres con-
ferences and that it is only a man of extraordinary versatility,
such as Franklin Roosevelt was. Who can get away with it. Every
week, as 200 newsmen face the President, they come armed with,
questions which either they or their editors have concocted op a,
core of difficult, sometimes Intricate, problems. Some are friend-
ly, some are calculated to embarrass, some merely want informa-
tion Presidents Coolldge and Hoover found it wiser to answer
these only when handed ln"n writing. In advance, and this sys-
tem of written questions began through the same kind of boner
as that which Mr. Truman has occasionally been guilty of.
During the Washington Arms Conference in 1OT1 President
Harding, who then permitted oral questions, was asked whether
the treaty banning fortifications applied to the Japanese main-
land which, of course, Included Japanese islands. He replied In
the affirmative. Whereupon the State Department had to rewrite
the entire treaty to clarify this issue. After that Harding permitted
only questions In Writing.
AMERICAN IMPACT ON GREECE
You don't have to read the signs at the railroad stations t
sense the difference between the Communist and Capitalist coun-
tries when you pass a border in Europe. The minute you get into
Greece from Communist Yugoslavia you can tell the difference
in a dozen different ways the availability of taxlcabs, the speed
of doing business, .the vigor of the atmosphere. Part of this 1st. due
to American money and American methods, which have had a
terrific Impact on Greece during the-last three years... Greece
now rates as one of the most efficient countries in Europe. Gen.
Reuben Jenkins, a former Georgia National Guardsman, deserves
great credit for training the Greek Army into an aggressive, com-
pact fighting force which could throw 10 divisions into battle over-
night with 10 more divisions available in a week.,. Greek airway
now cover the country Whereas it once took days to get around
Greece by boat, airplanes now reach almost every corner in
matter of hours. Much of ths enterprise is due to American aid
and encouragement. U.S. Ambassador Jack Peurlfoy had a lot to
do with persuading the Greek Government to open its border to
Yugoslavia at Salonika, thus permitting American food shipments,
to enter by the shortest route. I was on the first train from Greece
into Yugoslavia carrying American food, making a new milestone
in Yugoslav-Greek friendship. Most people wouldn't realize "the
significance of this first pioneer train unless-^hey remembered
that, only brief months ago, Yugoslavia was still the chief soarce
of arms for Communist guerrillas which had kept Greece in a>
state of bloody revolt for three years. In contrast, Yugoslav offi-
cials, with U.S. Ambassador George Allen, came from Belgrade to
the Greek border to partlcpate in a friendly ceremony with Greek
officials and-the U.S. Consul at Salonika, Glenn Abbey... the
greatest contribution to people-to-people friendship in the near
east over a long period of years has been supplied by Roberts Col-
lege in Istanbul and the American Farm School in Salonika, under
Charles House. Both have turned out thousands of youngsters.vho
not only have Improved their own country but have strengthened
the friendship between the United States, Greece and Turkey.
Wherever you go in the Near East, you bump Into Roberts College
graduates who are working for this better understanding,
(Copyright. 1951, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
By rfow one fact must be abundantly clear to
the Kremlin. For Russia to attempt aggression
agalnst; means general war with the United States
and all the West.
Since It's the conviction of most.qualified ob-
servers that the Soviet Union does not want
such a war at this time, informed opinion to-
day la that Germany and Yugoslavia for the
moment are safe from actual military assault.
They are, of oourse, wide open as usual to the
Communists' standard political marauding.
The West's prime task naturally is to gird it-
self wrth sufficient arms so that Moscow will
continue indefinitely to shrink from assault
poses and with some degree of mutual suspi-
cion.
U. 8. officials have dealt ineptly with Iran.
At the close of World War II, our prestige there
was remarkably high. But we failed to capital-
ize on it. Diplomats promised more financial
aid than they were sure Congress would offer
and the Iranians felt let down. We asked
them to devise a comprehensive development
plan, which they did. A consulting organiza-
tion of American specialists moved in to help
carry out the plan, and hopes in Tehran were
booming. Many months later the technicians
withdrew with virtually nothing done.
Lack of money and poor cooperation from
Iranian businessmen were the chief handicaps.
twiiiintir iiiuciiiiitciy to anii"a ***** -- ------------------------------------------- ( ju
utxm its major European targets. And, too. to But the departure of our hopeful mission dealt
'expected to talk quite, supplement this military effort with sn Intel-
boy, are .
freely1 The schedule of the
Committee, which U split wide
open on pursuing the probe,
calls for summoning two wit-
nesses on March 21st, and then
postponing the hearings until
after Easter.
No one expects these perform-
ers and writers to debate them-
selves But some of them did
permit the lefties to exploit
them. Why don't they sax so
instead of casting the rest of us
as politically perverted persecu-
tors? ,
They strutted up and down
speakers' platforms to dress up
the dialectics and draw the
crowds. They impressed the ro-
mantic, the neurotics and the
adolescents. They said things wing factions inside labor, on
millions parroted. Thev jolned'unton platforms and at demons-
and millions followed. They le- trations which decent labor ab-
llgent political program embracing all the
Kremlin's-avowed enemies.
Yet dolnsj this will not guarantee that new
aggressions will, not occur in the next year or
more. There are weak spots in the free worlds
dikes built against the Red tide. One of these
Is Indo-Chlna and another is Iran.
The naming' of Gen. De Tassigny as top
French commander in Indo-Chlna seems to
have galvanized anti-Communist forces there
and raised new hopes that this key Southeast
Asia outpost can be kept out of Red hands. The
success of UN forces in Plnntag down Chinese
armies in Korea further bolsters this prospect.
In Iran, however, the outlook is not so cheer-
ful. Signs are numerous that both Britain and
the United States have bungled opportunities
there to win a firm friend for the .West. They
actually appear to have worked at cross pur-
a heavy psychological blow. Needless to say,
Russia has capitalized on the West's failures.
Iran hates Moscow but before he was assassin-
ated Premier Razmara, a choice favored by this
country, had made several conciliatory gestures
toward Russia. It remains to be seen which
side will gain from the confusion following from
his death.
Experts don't look for the Kremlin to try mi-
litary aggression in Iran. The real fear Is that
the Tudeh, Iran's Communist Party, will move
into the void left by our inaction and Britain's.
An Internal coup handing the Reds Iran without
a fight could be just as disastrous to us as a
move by the Russian army.
There Is still time to forestall this outcome.
With all the Near East's prized oil at stake, rea-
son enough exists for America and Britain to
get together and devise a positive program for
Iran.
HORIZONTAL
1,7 Depicted
television
perwmalfty
12 Prayer
13 More torrid
14 Writing tool
15 Observer
17 Age
lSEltctricalunitjoR;^;
'fP1"""1", emperor
2 w?!i!c.!yliab1'" Chick-pe
13 Dress edge
4 Guineas (lb.)
5 Electrified
particle*
6 Son of Seth
(Bib.)
7 Time long
since past
8 On time (b )
9 Shoshonean
Indian
Answer to Previous Puiile,
IT* 4'?ltai*lLHi:4k-tJ! IIWI'I' '
:-*2ll i.itim ii ir.?i list
.i'-\-i .ii-ini in j ii'
::i 1" H'Ji'adUlU H J
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U.J1 v i jfiJMl h: :.
'.tu i:ir.i:t'A.i riiir:
l.-l. 4aa Jsjuir.-H'alllm:
I 11 I'Ji'll. 11-11 1Hsa\
22 Measure of
area
23 Hnlf-ero
25 Mass of Ice
27 Rots flax
30 Unbleached
31 Segment
28 Reverberate
28 Journey
29 Female taints
(SO.)
16 Tungsten (ab.) 38 Activity
19 Dispute 39 Hindu queen
20 Reptiles 41 Beai
22 Take into 42 Entangle
custody 43 Size of air rifle
24 Closer shot
44 Cover
altimlzed and glamorized In
their gullible travels.
Those of us who warned the
public were smeared. Who
could comoete with Apollo nnd
Diana as they appeared for left
horred and fought?
They kissed Harry Bridges
""'''"/.". They tono at Ben
Uold's rallies. They were
honorary money collectors at
pro-Commie labor demons-
trations in Madison Square
Garden.
They won't admit the harm
thev did to decency, their com-
munity and their country. So
here is at least part of the re-
cord of the crowd that smeared
us for 20 yeras and now screams
its Innocence. Let's get it all out
in the open so they can do no
more harm. I'm weary of wait-
ing for lefty to do the right
thing.
{Copyright 19S1. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
3A os< fM 25 Hebrew letter
33 Great Lake
34 Stockirp
35 Clusters of
fiber knot >
38 Symbol tor
thoron
17 Transpose
(ab.)
38 Senior (ab.)
40 Collapses
46 Symbol for
chlorine
48 Oriental porgy
50 Virulent
51 Enemy
52 Empower
54 Signify
56 Lariat
57 Breathes
noisily in sleep
VERTICAL
1 Be dull and
spiritles.
2 Greek god of
war
SCotion
shacau.1
45 Paradise
46 Canadiaa
hillside
47 Dregs
49 Genus of herbi
51 She appears o*
a program ',
------home
maker
53 And (LatinV
55 Negative reply


PAGE TEN
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NKWSPAFES
FRIDAY, MARCH II. 151
Advisory Board Recomendations
Will Help OAS Ministers7 Meet
>r HARRY W. FRANTZ
WASHINGTON, Mar 18
Otflcial sources have predict-
ed that the report of the ad-
visorjLboard on the "Point Four"
program would be helpful to the
deliberations of the consultative
meeting of American Foreign
Ministers here March 26.
The report was prepared by a
board headed by Nelson A. Rock-
efeller, coordinator of Inter-
American Affairs during World
War II. It generally reflects
viewpoints and objectives which
lound Pan-American acceptance
in resolutions at the Chapulte-
pec Conference at Mexico City
19*5.
Latin American economists
are encouraged by the fact that
the Rockefeller board report em-
phasizes the Importance of
maintaining adequate exporta-
tion of necessary materials,
equipment and spare parts to
othecountries. This will be a
maVt* topic at the Foreign Min-
isters' conference.
In the early stages of the de-
lense mobilization program the
Importance on an lntra-govern-
mental agency to act as 'claim-
ant" on behalf of foreign coun-
tries became apparent.
The Department of Commerce
Assumed this function, it has
helped numerous Latin Ameri-
can countries informally In con-
nection with goods presently or
potentially In short supply here.
From the Latin American
standpoint an Important recom-
mendation Is that United States
private Investments in foreign
countries be increased from the
present rate of $1,000,000,000 an-
nually, to a minimum of $2,000,-
000,000.
Expert opinion is that a large
share of such expansion would
be Invested within the Western
Hemisphere.
The. proposed expansion in
United States private Invest-
ments obviously would be a cor-
rolary to an accompanying re-
commendation for an Increase
In the production of key miner-
als, many of which are found In
Latin American countries but
which are not yet developed.
Foreign Ministers who study
the Rockefeller board's report
preparatory to their conference
here will find many points of
similarity with the Act of Cha-
pultepec, with the difference
that the new proposals are ap-
plicable to undeveloped areas In
all free nations, and not exclus-
ively to American republics.
Both publications propose an
"expanding economy" with a
higher standard of living as a
major objective. The Rockefeller
report stresses technical cooper-
ation as an adjunct to greater
productivity.
The Chapultepec conference
recommended international and
national development commis-
sions to organize programs of in-
dustrial growth. The Rockefeller
board labors similar procedures.
Both the Act of Chapultepec
and the Rockefeller report re-
cognize that Industrialization Is
essential to economic develop-
ment in Latin America. Both also
emphasized a desire to promote
the private enterprise system
and, to encourage a free labor
union movement. ,
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Edna
Skelton's bow-out as top writer
and manager for her ex-hubby
Red is only temporary and on ad-
vice of her medics. Scoffing at
permanent rift rumors, Red told
me:'
"Edna will be back with me
when my TV show starts In Oc-
tober."
Red Is worried about all the
talk of how terrific he'll be on vi-
deo. He says: "I think the cam-
paign saying I'll be great was
started by my enemies. They're
giving me the big buildup so the
people will expect too much and
I'll lay a negg. Please print it
that I'll probably stink."
MGM is planning to star I.i/.
Ta>lor in "Give the Little Girl
a Break." That's* what MGM
screamed during her matrimo-
nial troubles with Nick Hilton.
Katharine Hepburn has been
drawing $4000 weekly on her road
tour of "As Yo[u Like It" a n*w
high for stage emoting.
Recrossing 38th Parallel Is
Tactical Decision Truman
BY ERNEST BARCELLA
KEY WEST. Fia., Mar. 16, (UPl
President Truman said today
that a decision whether to re-
croso the 38th Parallel in Korea
to a tactical matter for the field
commander of the United Na-
tions.
We are working to free the Re-
public of Korea and set it up as
the United Nations wants it, Mr.
Truman told his first press con-
lerence since he came here Mar
2 for a three-week vacation.
He commented as United Na-
ttoflTTorces in Korea drove back
close-to the Parallel and as Gen.
Douglas MacArthur Indicated he
Is prepared to cross the Imagin-
ary Une If It Is necessary to keep
his force intact and punish the
enemy.
Mr^ Truman, however, declined
to comment specifically on Mac-
Arthur's' statement, which was
abled today to United Press
resident Hugh Balllle. Mr. Tru-
man also took the opportunity at
his first personal meeting with
reporters since he came here to
rise to the defense of his beleas-
ured aides. The people around
him are all honorable, Mr. Tru-
man said, or he wouldn't have
thenwjj _
The "President said he. would
leave up in the air the question
of whether he will run again in
1852 so reporters can have som1-
thlngHo speculate about.
The President declined com-
ment on reports that he has fired
Mrs. E. Merl Young, mink-coat-
ed White House stenographer
whose husband has figured in
the investigation of the Recon-
struction Finance Corporation.
In-connection with the RFC
and other inquiries, Sen. William
. F. Knowland. R Cal., has de-
manded that the President return
to Washington and clean house.
Mr. Truman said today that his
house Is always clean.
Mr.VTruman said he thinks
character assassination Is a Ler-
rlble .thing.
He refused comment on a ques-
tion about White House r.ltle
Donald S. Dawson staying free at
the; $axony Hotel at Miami
Beach, as brought out in testi-
mony* before Senate RFC lnves-
t!e$ors.
He also declined comment on
thetKFC Investigation, but said
he was glad the house passed his
proposal to reorganize the RFC
by abolishing the present board
and^ftting up a single adminis-
trator.
Mr. Truman announced that
he has established a National Ad-
visory Board on mobilization po-
licy ,w{th mobilization chief Chas.
E. WHson as chairman.
He doesn't think that labor has
Walked out on the mobilization
frogram, Mr. Truman said: he
liluut* labor is as interested in
theeWort as any other segment
of the population and he has no
doubWlt will cooperate.
As bo whether the administra-
tion is attempting to hold the
line against inflation or to roll
back-Brices, the administration is
trying to meet the situation in
the Jest manner possible, the
President said. He also:
l.Sald his comment on the Gal-
lup poll showing his popularity is
at "a all-time low," is the same
as In 1948 when he disparaged
pubUo, opinion polls which pre-
dicted; he would lose the Presi-
dential election.
2. Declined comment on a Uni-
ted Press poll of Democratic par-
ty leajiers showing that he and
Sen. Paul H. Douglas. D, III.,
stand one-two for the 1952 De-
mooratlc Presidential nomina-
tion.
3.-Said he couldn't answer a
question whether he has noted
any-thange in Russia's attitude
sinc the western powers started
reareing
4. said he was sorry to henr
that the House had not seen fit
to approve a proposed reorganiza-
tion plan that would have given
him power to reshuffle defense
agencies.
3- As to moves In Congress to
limit his constitutional power to
id troops to Europe. Mr. Tru-
_ asked the questioner ,who-
he thought the constitution
"Bbe amended by a Hous- ur
^^Hte resolution.
^B declined to be drawn into
fnr-her discussion on this.
Wrecking Ball Gets Around
To Ancn Hill Reservoir
One of- the oldest large install-
ations of the water system in the
Canal Zone, the low service re-
servoir in Ancon, Is being demol-
ished by the Municipal Division
forces. The work is being done in
the course of grading in the An-
con area, preparatory to the
quarters construction program
there which Is scheduled for the
coming fiscal year.
Because of Its great Importance
to public health, the problem of
furnishing an ample supply of
pure water for all Zone commun-
ities as well as the adjoining ci-
ties of Panama and Colon was
one of the major considerations
of the first Isthmian Canal Com-
mission in connection with the
building of the Panama Canal.
Long before the United States
took over the French properties
on May 4, 1904, the matter had
been given serious consideration
and the water system was one of
the big problems which was tac-
kled and solved at the outset.
Plan for a water reservoir In
Ancon to supply all Pacific side
communities, Including Panama
City, were made during 1904 and
the promontory on the northeast
side of Ancon Hill was selected as
the site. Construction was begun
during that year and the reser-
voir was completed and placed in
service during the latter part of
1905.
Prior to the completion of the
reservoir a raw-water pipeline
had been laid into Ancon from
the Rio Grande reservoir. This
impounded reservoir had been
formed in 1888 when the first
French Canal Company had
dammed the Rio Grande River a
short distance from the old Ca-
nal construction town of Culebra.
The French had used the Rto
Grande reservoir only to supply
the various communities along
the Canal line and it was not un-
til 1905 when the 16-inch cast
iron main was Installed that the
first water was supplied to Pana-
ma City. Old records show that
the first water was turned Into
the recently installed Panama Ci-
ty mains on July 4, 1905. From
that time until the low service
reservoir was abandoned In 1943
practically all of the filtered wa-
ter supply used in Panama and
most of the Pacific side commun-
ities In the Canal Zone was fur-
nished through this reservoir.
During the French Canal con-
struction period and up until the
Installation of the low service re-
servoir, Ancon (now Gorgas)
Hospital got its water supply
from a comparatively small
35,000 gallon tankbuilt above
the hospital on the side of Ancon
Hill. The water supply came from
rock-lined trenches which served
as cisterns for the collection df
rainwater and seepage from An-
con Hill.
This system was abandoned Im-
mediately after the low service
reservoir was built and water to
the hospital was pumped into
standpipes for about three years
until the completion of the pres-
ent concrete high service reser-
voir on Ancon Hill in 1909. In 1918
the steel water tank installed by
the French In 1883 was converted
to an oil storage tank for the hos-
pital.
' The low service reservoir which
Is now being demolished by the
Municipal Division was taken out
of service about eight years ago
after the completion of the'two
large water tanks on top of Cho-
rrillo Hill. The reservoir and Its
pipeline connections continued to
be maintained during the war as
a standby unit in event of any
war damage to the new water
system.
The Rio Grande storage reser-
voir was greatly enlarge In 1904
when the height of the dam was
raised 17 feet by the Isthmian
Canal Commission. It continued
as the principal water supply for
the Pacific side throughout the
Canal construction period until
after the Gamboa pumping sta-
tion was completed in 1915 to
take the water directly from Oa-
tun Lake.
The Rio Grande reservoir was
one o two which was used during
the construction period, the oth-
er being the Camacho reservoir
from which water was supplied
to the construction towns of Em -
pire, Culebra and others which
were at a higher elevation than
the Rio Grande.
Neither of these old reservoirs
were completely abandoned un-
til about 15 years ago. Bruja
Road now runs across the crest
of the old Rio Grande dam and
the abandoned intake structures
of both the Rio Grande and the
Camacho reservoirs are still
standing.
There was a young fellow named Borla
Who tried to buy floors from a Florist
His wife. Chlorls. got wise...
(Read Panama American Classifieds)
And now Boris sends roses to Chlorls I
The deal to release Douglas
Fairbanks' vintage swashbucklers
for TV is being held up by nega-
tive complications. Douglas Fair-
banks, Jr., who is in on the tran-
saction with Mrs. Clark' Gable
and other family members, says:
"Some of the negatives are
torn and unusable. Several of
the beat films have only one
negative left. Laboratory ex-
perts are now going over the
films to see what can be done."
Come to think of it, a new casting
trend may be in the making. I
can see the ads:
WANTED: Strong, virile lead-
ing man to play opposite Jane
Russell. Must have bigger chest
measurement than Jane sad
look like Robert Mltchum.
WANTED: Male co-star for new
Shelley Winters picture. Combat
veteran preferred.
WANTED: Beautiful girl for
bathtub scene in new Cecil B.
DeMille film. Auditions Satur-
day night.
WANTED: TV cameraman to
film Washington Irvlng's "Ichi-
bod Crane, the Headless Horse-
man."
WANTED: Leading man for
Tallulah Bankhead musical. Cot-
Ion stuffing for ears furnished
by studio.
WANTED: First aid man for
new picture co-starring Olivia de
Havllland and Joan Fontaine.
Yvonne de Carlo, who's never
had one, is about to hire an inde-
pendent Hollywood press agent.
BACK AGAIN
Pretty Gloria de Haven's ca-
reer Is on the upgrade again and
she'll make two movies annually
for Fox as a musical comedy
queen. In "Friendly Island." she
plays a war correspondent. "I
sing while I'm filing my war
front dispatches," she grinned.
"A real horrible character."
Matrimonial plans for the
former Mrs. John Payne? "Not
for two years at least."
They're telling about the strict-
ly-from-Irma starlet who was
invited by a producer to read for
a movie role in his office at mid-
night. "Don't do It," she was ad-
vised, "He's a terrible wolf. It's
known that he has young girls m
his office after working hours."
The bird-brain thought it over
and said:
"That's all right. I'll Just pre-
tend that I don't recognize any of
the girls and go on with my read-
ing."
Western writer W. C. Tuttle
made Hashknlfe Hartley famous
as the hero of his sagebrush op-
eras. Now producer Harry Sher-
man about to film the Tuttle
books, is changing Hashknlfe's
name to Beau Tyler. A Gregory
Pecki s h 1 o o k l|n g newcomer
named Duff Whitney will play
the lead in the series.
FILLING THE BILL
Charlie Chaplin's classified ad
for a leading lady for his new
picture, "Limelight," has the
town's agents all steamed up.
Wanda Hendrix, whose di-
vorce from Audie Murphy be-
comes final April 8, says she's
playing the field. "I have noth-
ing atainst marriage," she says,
"but this time it's gat to be for
loveand for keeps." Wanda's
now playing the Inn-keeper's
daughter in Alfred Noyes' "The
Highwayman," for Allied Ar-
tists.
Zachary Scott says he will
spurn that Hollywood movie gold
for a while when] he completes
his role In "The Secret of Con-
vict Lake.'' It's the gypsy In
Zach, who puts it this way:
"A fellow likes to roam. I was
at Warners for seven years anil
that much time at one place is
enough to drive you crazy. Then
there's this thing of having Just
one career for yourselfmovies.
I don't like sticking to one thing
constantly. I'm an experimental-
ist."
There was a young lady
named Kay
Who pasaed a Furniture Shop
every day
For terna did ahe yearn
But got chaira in return
Til P.A. Claaaifieda showed
her the way!
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Traman Appoints
'Boy Wonder' lo
Head Fed. Reserve
KEY WEST. Fia., Mar. 18. (UP)
President Harry Truman ac-
cepted the resignation of Federal
Reserve Board Chairman Tho-
mas B. McCabe yesterday and-
desienated one-time Wall Street
"Boy Wonder" William McChes-
ney Martin, Jr., to succeed him.
McCabe'a resignation came In
the aftermath of the accord be-
tween the Reserve Board and the
Treasury after a long dispute over
Government bond interest rates.
But, as McCabe told the Presi-
dent, he had long wanted to step
down because he had only ex-
pected lo serve a year when ne
was appointed three years ago.
His resignation was arranged In
a cordial exchange of letters with
the President.
On McCabe's recommendation,
Mr. Truman said he would ap-
point the 44-year-old Martin
both as chairman and to Mc-
Cabe's membership on the Fed-
eral Reserve Board. Martin is now
Assistant Treasury Secretary.
McCabe's letters of resignation
set forth the qualifications of the
youthful Martin, who became
head of the New York Stock Ex-
change at 30. He became Chair-
man of the Board of the Export-
Import Bank in 1945 and later
served as Chairman and Presi-
dent of the Bank until he became
Assistant Treasury Secretary in
1949.
McCabe noted that the man he
recommended as his successor
played an "intimate part" in
bringing- about the Treasury-
Federal Reserve accord. His ap-
pointment will place the job in
"capable hands," McCabe said
and will be "wel received both
within the Federal Reserve Sys-
tem and by the financial com-
munity generally."
Flustered Costello Flees
Hearing; Miss Hill Talks
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Frank Costello, threatened with
deportation, a citation for con-
tempt of Congress and perjury
charges, defied the Senate crime
Committee yesterday by refusing
to answer any more questions and
stalked from the hearing room.
Costellq walked out on the
committee after a dramatic ses-
sion In which colorful gangster's
girl friend. Virginia Hill, nervous-
ly testified that the income
which allowed her to live like a
queen came from "friends" and
gambling.
Costello's lawyer, George Woif,
told the committee that the
klelg-llghted courtroom, crowds
of spectators, reporters and tele-
vision and newsreels cameras
flustered the gangland overlord
and caused him to give "seeming-
ly contradictory testimony" yes-
terday. He asked that the heading
be adjourned on grounds That
Costello was "111."
Sen. Estes Kefauver, D., Tenn ,
committee chairman denied the
motion and said that if Costello
had his way he would not be rea-
dy to testify until the committee's
life expired.
Costello immediately got up
from his chair and stalked angri-
ly from the room. He said that
"under no condition" would he
give the committee any furtiftr
testimony.
Kelauver announced that Cos-
tello's testimony would be turned
over to the Justice Department
for possible perjury prosecution
after the suave underworld lead-
er was tripped on a minor mat-
ter. He testified that he never
paid anyone to check his tele-
phone line for wire taps. James
McLaughlin, a former telephone
company employe, gave the com-
mittee directly opposite testimo-
ny that Costello had paid him to
check his line.
-Costello's stormy petulance
even stole top billing over the
long-awaited appearance of Mhs
Hill, girl friend of slain gangster
Bugsy Slegel.
Miss Hill, wearing a silver blue
mink that moved as If it were a-
liv.e when she trembled under
sharp questioning, told the Sena-
tors a story of how she advanced
from a position of a lowly wait-
ress at the Chicago World's Fair
to one where she lived luxurious-
ly at mansions in Florida, Cali-
fornia and Mexico.
Miss Hill now Is married to
Hans Hauser, a ski Instructor.
The shm brunette was a nervous
but an appealing witness. The
audience broke into applause af-
ter she completed her testimony.
iSeautlful Virginia, gangland's
sweetheart, was questioned close-
ly about where he gets her mo-
ney.
_
Less Noise, Please
NEW YORK, (UP) The lth
annual observance of national
noise abatement week will be held'
throughout the country, April 13-
21. The week Is the highlight of
the year-around campaign by
the National Noise Abatement
Council to reduce unnecessary
din in streets, factories, homes
and offices.
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Saturday "THE BREAKING POINT*
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and "DISASTER"
Saturday "THE GREAT JEWEL ROBBER
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Saturday Mat. "SONG, OF gUaUtKNPEB"
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PANAMA, R. P.. VIERNES, MARZO U, 1951
COICO CENTESIMOS
Los Congresos de Estados Unidos y la
Argentina ocpanse hoy de "La Prensa"
El Departamento de Estado
estudia el llamamiento de
Mac Arthur sobre la guerra
Es el que tendr que decidir si las fuerzas se de-
tienen en el paralelo "38"
LAKE SUCCESS, marzo 18.
(UP). Esferas Informadas de
las Naciones Unidas dijeron que
el Departamento de Defensa de
los Estados Unidos es el que
puede responder al llamamien-
to hecho por el General Dou-
glas McArthur para que ae to-
men "decisiones fundamenta-
les" sobre la cuestin de si
debe cruzarse el Paralelo 38 en
Corea, o establecerse all una
linea defensiva.
McArthur, en entrevista ca-
blegrafa con el Presidente de
la Prensa Unida, Hugh Balllle,
declar que la situacin militar
en Corea en estos momentos es
tal, que una vez que sus fuer-
ras hayan llegado al Paralelo
Inicia inscripcin el
P. Liberal Nacional
En la maana de ayer, co-
meni la inscripcin del Par-
tida Liberal Naeional, de a-
cuerdo eon lo anunciado por
nn grupo de prominentes ciu-
dadanos hace varias sema-
nas. Don Roberto F. Chiari,
expresidente de la Repblica
y jefe del nuevo partido, fue
uno de los primeros en ins-
cribirse en el Consejo Muni-
cipal. Ademas se inscribieron
las dunas Aura Aras, Ana
Gilma Plores, el Honorable
Diputado David Samudio y
muchos otras.
Alta distincin
se otorga a la
Srta. Julia Ruiz
LINCOLN, Nebraska, Marzo 16
Se ha anunciado que la seo-
rita Julia Ruiz, estudiante del
tercer ao de la Universidad
Wesleyan, ha sido colocada co-
mo una de las diez mejores
alumnas del tercer ao de la
universidad, por su trabajo du-
rante el primer semestre de es-
te ao en la Nebraska Wesleyan
niverslty.
La seorita Ruiz es hija del
Sr. Manuel Ruiz y Sra., resi-
dentes en la Avenida A. No. 103
de la ciudad de Panam, y gra-
duada en el Instituto Pan-Ame-
ricano de asa ciudad en 1948.
38, necesitarn, para mantener
una linea de defensa en esa
zona, un nmero tal de solda-
dos que' "si los tuviramos y
pudiramos mantenerlos y a-
bastecerlos podramos con ellos
expulsar a los comunistas chi-
nos de Corea y llevar a cabo
nuestra misin de unificar a
Corea".
Esta declaracin fue interpre-
tada en las esferas de las Na-
ciones Unidas como una rei-
teracin de las manifestaciones
hechas la semana pasada por
el propio MacArthur en el sen-
tido que era necesario enviar
mas fuerzas a Corea si quiere
evitarse "un impasse militar".
Las esferas sealaron iut
cuando el Consejo de Seguridad
de las Naciones Unidas el oto-
o pasado autoriz al Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos nom-
brar a MacArthur Comandan-
te en Jefe de las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea,
deleg su autoridad para la fis-
calizacin de las actividades en
aquel pais en lo que se llam
"Comando Unificado bajo los
Estados Unidos". Es decir, que
se hizo responsable de la direc-
cin tctica y estratgica de la
guerra al Departamento de De-
fensa norteamericano.
WASHINGTON, marzo 18.
(UP). Esferas autorizadas de
Washington creen que el llama-
do hecho por el General Dou-
glas MacArthur para que se to-
men "decisiones fundamenta-
les" sobre la guerra de Corea
provocar una serie de consul-
tas urgentes entre los miem-
bros de las Naciones Unidas
que participan en aquella ope-
racin militar en torno al pro-
blema del cruce del Paralelo 38.
El Departamento de Estado
rehus hacer declaraciones ofi-
ciales sobre las manifestacio-
nes de MacArthur hechas en
una entrevista exclusiva con el
Presidente de la Prensa Unida,
Hugh Balllie. Pero varios miem-
bros del Congreso elogiaron la
forma en que el Comandante
en Jefe Aliado plante la situa-
cin y dijeron que eso indica
que es necesario "desatarle las
manos" a MacArthur.
El Senador William Know-
land declar que MacArthur ha
demostrado que "est haciendo
frente a la realidad tal como
es en aquella parte del mundo".
MacArthur, en su entrevista
fPasa a la Pie f. CoL 1)
"Por las buenas o las malas"
podr Rusia sacar petrleo
de Irn para una larga guerra
Rusia puede enviar tropas a su territorio si este
pas es amenazado por potencia extranjera
Sigui para Estados
Unidos hoy el seor
Guillermo Arango
Desde hace varios das se su-
po que el Sr. A. O. Arango, Pre-
sidente del Banco Fudlclario,
haba reservado pasaje en va-
por para seguir a Nueva York.
Se public despus que l de-
seaba permanecer en la ciudad
por razn de la crisis ocurrida
en dicho banco, pero no se sa-
iPmsa a la ** Reaccin universal sobre el
caso de "La Prensa" de B. A.
DAYTON, Ohio, Marzo 18
(UP) La Sociedad Norte-A-
mericana de Peridicos ha pe-
dido al Presidente Pern que
"revise todas las circunstancias
que afectan a La Prensa" y que
"esperamos con ansiosa espe-
ranza que usted de los pasos in-
mediatos para aclarar la situa-
cin en cuanto a la continua-
cin de una prensa libre en
Argentina".
La Sociedad Norte-Americana
de Peridicos incluye entre sjs
miembros a ms de 500 direc-
tores de los principales diarios
de los Estados Unidos.
a la Pit Col >
Pedro Albiz fue
sentenciado a
larga condena
8AN JUAN P. R- Mano 18
(UP) El dirigente naciona-
lista Pedro Albiz Campos lu
sentenciado hoy a pagar una
condena de 7 a 15 aos de tra-
bajos forzados por "homicidio
frustap" durante la revuelta
(PsSS a la Pgtna 8. Cal. 1)
La Dictadura Militar llama
al Congreso Argentino para
la expropiacin de La Prensa
El Diario Oficial del de Estados Unidos publica
editorial del Washington Daily News
-
Una Trpma Absurda e Insidiosa
Como quiera que el da ocho de este mes se me inform
de un rumor en el sentido de que se trataba de mezclar mi nom-
bre en el mismo asunto, y como quiera que de esa manera podra
pretenderse soslayar la responsabilidad por las declaraciones
hechas en el "YO ACUSO", me dirig inmediatamente al seor
Augusto Guillermo Arango sobre el particular y ste, por escri-
to, desminti de manera formal, absoluta y categrica tal rumor,
que se haba hecho circular con fines aviesos. (En esta misma
pgina se publica dicho documento. (Documento A.G.A. No. 2).
Hay ms, en otra ocasin el seor Arango escribi que el cierre
del Banco Fiduciario "me haba arrebatado la serenidad" y que
"lo que dije entonces, no puedo hoy traerlo a mi memoria".
(Vase Documento A.G.A. No. 3, en pgina 11 de La Hora).
Cuatro das despus de haber otorgado el certificado que
desmiente los falsos rumores, el seor Arango se ratific me-
Un artculo publicado en un peridico de ayer tarde envuel-
ve una trama absurda, ridicula e insidiosa. Se dice falsamente
que se me entregaron cinco mil acciones del Banco Fiduciaria
que estn a nombre de la sociedad denominada "Producto* de
Construccin, S. A." de la cual es Presidente y Represntanos"
legarf el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango, como lo es tambin
del Banco Fiduciario.
En las declaraciones del propio Sr. Arango que se trans-
criben en dicho artculo no hay base alguna para tales afirma-
ciones. Por el contrario, en dichas declaraciones se demuestra la
absoluta falsedad de lo que se ha tratado de imputar. He aqu
las pruebas: i
En una declaracin titulada "YO ACUSO" que fu difun-
dida por radio y publicada en "El Pas" y en hojas mimeogra-
fiadas, y que se deca hecha por el seor Augusto Guillermo
Arango, aparece una versin respecto a esas acciones totalmen-
te distinta de la que se quiere dar en el ttulo que aparece en el
diario de ayer tarde. (Vase 'Documento A.G.A. hmero 1" en
pgina 10 de La Hora).
diante nuevo escrito firmado por l, segn copia fotoittica pu-
blicada ayer en "La Estrella de Panam" (Vase Documento
A.G.A. No. 4 en pgina 10 de La Hora).
En "La Estrella de Panam" de ayer aparece tambin la
copia fotosttica de otro documento expedido por el Registro
Pblico en el que consta que los seores Augusto Guillermo
Arango, Emmanuel Lyons Jr., y Narciso E Garay son los nicos
directores de la sociedad denominada "Productos de Construc-
cin, S. A." y, adems, que el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango
es su Presidente y Representante Legal. (Documento No. 5 en
pgina 10 de La Hora).
Siendo esto as, como lo es, resulta evidente que si existieren
los certificados dejas cinco mil acciones del Banco Fiduciario
expedidas a favor de la compaa "Productos de Construccin,
S. A.", es el Presidente y Representante Legal de esa Compaa,
el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango, quien puede hacer uso de
ellas o reclamarlas.
Y si dichas acciones hubieren sido endosadas en blanco o
a favor de alguna persona, el tenedor de ella* no podra recibir
ningn beneficio sin ates obtener un nuevo certificado que debe
ser expedido por el Banco Fiduciario, y debidamente inscrito en
su registro de acciones, del cual, como se sabe, es Presidente el
Sr. Arango, quien es tambin Presidente de "Productos de Cons-
truccin, S. A.".
Queda pues, demostrado:
lo.Que slo con el concurso o la actuacin del propio
Seor Augusto Guillermo Arango, Presidente y Representante
Legal de las dos compaas mencionadas, sera posible ceder o
traspasar dichas acciones o recibir beneficio alguno de ellas, y
2o.Que yo no he tenido ninguna intervencin en lo que
respecta a dichas acciones.
Lo afirmado en el peridico aludido es absolutamente falso
y no pasa de ser ms que una trama vil, insidiosa y absurda.
- *. v*,**a*>A i ,***" Roberto E. Amas
rr
fyaM . Dirccto*
A. O: AHANOO, PlotMT*
T. O- DUQUE. vim-"hii"
C LYONS. JI.,T00
H C. OAHAV, HOTie
J. T VISTO. Oier
B J MsKCNNA. Dipicto
OARIAf Di"ICTO
fanaaetet
CABLI MATCO
AAMtTAOO ITT*
Panam. *. *.
TEHERAN. Marzo 18 UP)
Sesenta mil comunista se reu-
nieron frente aJ Parlamento y
lanzaron gritos demandajido
clones de la vital Compaa
Pocas esperanzas
hay de salvar la
vida deVandenberg
GRAND RAPJDS, Mlch. Mav-
K> 18 (UP) El Senador
Arthur Vandenberg se encuen-
tra en su casa gravemente .-
termo, mientras los mdicos ex-
presan muy .pocas esperanza
de que se salve.
Un miembro de su familia
dijo que el Senador se est 'po-
niendo peor". Vandenberg su-
fri un recalmlento hace vana
kemanas, despus de una serle
de operaciones debido a con-
gestin pulmonar.
*
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
21,400
Anglo-Irana de Petrleo, de 585
millones de dlares, la cual fu
nacionalizada ayer por unani-
midad.
Los comunistas, incluyendo a
muchos miembros del partido
pro-Sovitico Tudeh, se reunie-
ron bajo la -bandera de la "o">-
cledad Nacional para la lu.ha
contra la Compaa Anglo-Irs-
na de Petrleo". Los oradores
denunciaron violentamente el
"imperialismo anglo-americano"
y exigieron que se expropiara
toda la propiedad sin pagal
Indemnizaciones
Demostraciones similares se
han producido en todo Ir*n,
con el tema de "tiren a los la-
drones (Britnicos) al mar".
Los miembros del grupo extre-
mista Tudeh quienes estuvie-
ron operando subterrneamen-
te cuando fueron declarados
fuera de ley por su complicluad
en el atentado contra la vida
del Shah acusaron hasta al
Frente Nacional, quien fu ics-
ponsable de la nacionalizado!'
de ser pro-americanos y p.o-
ingleses.
Los diplomticos neutrales en
Tehern estn todava sorpren-
didos por la nacionalizacin y
creen que muchos de los dipu-
tados votaron en favor de *-
(Pasa a la Pgina h. Columna 1)
To,aUGUST0 GUILLERMO AJUNCO, hago oeostax: 4
?y Prireerot One ano* he estragado titulo gratuito ni a
titulo onerooo al Sofior tobarto E. Arias accionen d*> la
Conpaftia Fiduciaria de Pansa 3.A. ni do Producto do
Constaueeidtt, S.A, j ero* ninguna do l*o eoatpafiia* ocio
nadas 1* han entregado, a titulo gratuito oneroso aeoionos
ai valores de ninguna clan a Roberto I* Arias} j
Soguadot Quo nmoa he hecho aflmacin algma on oso
tido y que, por tanto, conoto una falsedad quisa diga
qas 70 haya sXirasdo o insinuado tal cosa.
Panana, 8 do Mano do 1951*
h|V
-T AUGUSTO GUILLERMO ARANGO. hago constar: Primero: Que nunca he entregada a Ututo grataito ni a titulo one-
roso al seor Roberto E. Artos accione* de la Compaa Piuclar ia de Panama S. A., ni Producto de <**" S-*;,T '",''
guna Se las Compaas Mencionadas le han entregado, a ttulo gratuito u oneroso accione* ni valoro, de ntoguna clase a R****
E. Artos; y Segundo: sue nunca he hecho Afirmacin alguna en ose sentido 7 que.jor tonto, cometo una falsedad auten diga
yo haya firmado o insinuado tal cosa,A. G. Arango.
WASHINGTON, marzo 18.
UP). La clausura de La
Prensa de Buenos Aires fue lle-
vada ayer al Congreso de los
Estados Unidos.
El miembro republicano de la
Cmara de Representantes, H.
R. Gross, en un discurso du-
rante la sesin plenaria, dijo
que La Prensa ha sido "estran-
gulada y amordazada" porque
"ae atrevi a oponerse a la ti-
rana del rgimen de Pern".
El "Congressional Record"
(Diarlo Oficial de las sesiones
del Congreso) public en su
primera pgina el editorial en
que el Washington Daily News
ofreci a principios de esta se-
mana sus columnas para que
La Prensa hiciera comentarlo
en ellas.
Al comentar eso, el Repre-
sentante Wayne L. Hays dijo
qupe "El Washington Daily
News est prestando un nota-
ble servicio periodstico al po-
ner a disposicin de La Pren-
sa el espacio para comenta
rios editoriales por el personal
de ese distinguido diario argen-
tino que ha sido estrangula-
do por el dictador-Presidente
Pern". Gross dijo en su dis-
curso que "la libertad para
decir e imprimir la verdad ha
sido ahora pisoteada en Ar-
(Pasa a la Fg. 6. CoL )
Cincuenta espacios para los
pabellones comerciales habr
listos en la Feria de Coln
Habr seis pabellones pecuariosSe proyecta u*
grandioso phn para diversiones
COLGN, Mario 18 (A.M.) -"
El plan de funcionamiento-1^
la feria esta confeccionando de
tal manera que todos los con-
tribuyentes lo harn por me-
dio de un sistema de bonos lot
cuales podrn ser redimidos al
final de esta recibiendo una
ganancia en caso de la feria
resulte un xito lo cual a no
dudar es ya un hecho debido
al entusiasmo y tesn con que
se labora en los planes de esta.
Los planos incluyen 50 espa-
cios para pabellones comercia-
les. En los pabellones agrcolas
habr dos secciones, la prime-
ra de exposicin permanente y
la segunda de compra y vena.
Habr seis pabellones pecua-
rios, a saber: para vacas leche-
ras ganado de primera clase
Caballos, Incluyendo campeones
de ferias anteriores; para aves.
cerdos y para conejos, cabras y
perros. Una pista de paseo que
ser instalada en el centro de
los corrales y contar con sus
graderas.
Se proyecta un plan de di-
versiones continuas durante la
duracin de la feria, tal co..o
cines educativos, toldos para
bailes, conciertos por las dis-
tintas bandas de la Repblica,
fuegos artificiales, etc., el co-
mit organizador de esta fe-
ria ha Invitado a todos los em-
presarios de espectculos y a-
(Pasa a la Ptina >. Columna 7)
Elige directiva
Directorio del
"P.R.A." en Coln
En la sesin del Mircoles -f
de los corrientes del Directorio
Provincial del Partido Revolu-
cionario Autntico, present so-
licitud de licencia indefinida
para separarse de la Presiden-
cia de dicho organismo, y a la
vez para que se llamara a sil
suplente de carctet personal,
el miembro C- V. Alvarado A-
mador, quien manifest que to-
maba tal actitud en virtud de
las declaraciones del Ministro
de Gobierno y Justicia sobre las
actividades polticas de los Oo*
bernadores. Acogida que fu di-
cha solicitud, resolvi el Direc-
tora, por mayora de votos,
proceder a elegir nuevamente
sus dignatarios, con al resul-
tado siguiente:
Silvio Salazar, Presidente;
Dionisio Ceballos Vlce-Prealdcn
te; Jos Gmo. Corsen, Secrec*-
rio; Gilberto Arias, Fiscal;
Wenceslao Galtn, Tesoreio;
Marco A. Caballero Vocal, Ale-
jandro de la Rosa Vocal.
Coln, arzo 15 de 1951
Jos Gmo. Corsen
Secretarlo
El Lunes ser escogido el
personal administrativo de
la actual Junta de Caminos
Tambin ser estudiado lo relacionado con los ca-
minos. Aprobado reglamento interno
Ayer fu aprobado el regla-
mento interno de la Junta de
Caminos, en reunin celebrada
para tal efecto efectuada en el
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas.
En dicha reunin estuvieron
presentes el Ministro Celso Car-
bonel que la presidi, los In-
genieros Enrique Linares, Maca-
rlo Solis, Plinto Vrela, Alberto
Lindo, Jos Garcia (por el Con-
sejo de Economa Nacional) el
Asesor don Osear Muller don
Toms Q. Franceschi, del Minis-
terio de Obras Pblicas y don
Alfredo de Souza, Secretarlo de
ese Ministerio.
El proyecto de reglamento
fu presentado m. la considera-
cin de la Junta por los Inge-
nieros Macarlo Solis, Enrique
Linares y Pllnio Vrela y apro-
bado despus de algunas modi-
ficaciones.
El lunes prximo la Junta de
Caminos considerar el Plan de
Obras Pblicas en lo relaciona-
do con los caminos y la organi-
zacin del personal administra-
tivo.
Se hace cargo del
Correo nuevamente
don J. P. Adames
El Sr. Don Jorge P. Adames,
Director General de Correos J
Telecomunicaciones, esta de
nuevo al frente de su despacho.
El Sr. Adames se encontraba
sufriendo quebrantos de salud,
por lo que tuve que retirarse
temporalmente de sus funcio-
nes al frente de ese importan-
te despacho.
El Panam Amrica se com-
place en consignar la noticia, a
la vez que expresa su compla-
cencia porque el Sr. Adames
haya salido con bien de su en-
fermedad para encargarse nue-
vamente de la Direccin Gene-
ral de Correos y Telecomunl-
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OTRO gALLO DEL CONTENCIOSO SOBRE
ESTABILIDAD DEL MAGISTERIO
Recientemente el Tribunal de lo Contencioso
Administrativo dict fallo relacionado con el perso-
nal de enseanza. Como es sabido, desde hace al-
gunos meses estaban pendientes varias demandas
en el referido Tribunal, tres de las cuales fueron
resueltas hace algn tiempo y la cuarta fue obje-
to del ltimo fallo en ese sentido.
Es de esperarse que el Ministerio de Educa-
cin cumpla con lo dispuesto por las autoridades
judiciales sin atrasos indebidos e innecesarios. Ello
constituye una obligacin y un imperativo para el
equilibrio del orden jurdico y de las relaciones en-
tre los Poderes Pblicos.
Segn informe oficial de hace pocos das el
Ministerio mencionado' procedi a restaurar en sus
puestos a aquellos que en una u otra forma fueron
removidos de ellos. El Poder Ejecutivo cumpli el
fallo de lo Contencioso Administrativo. Desde lue-
go que de ninguna manera esta actitud puede ser
motivo de elogios especiales porque lo ocurrido es-
t dentro de la normalidad de la ley y el cumpli-
miento de ella es una estricta obligacin.
Es de lamentarse, eso s, que haya habido tar-
danza en el cumplimiento del primer fallo. Hay
que tomar en cuenta que nuestra comunidadafor-
tunadamente tiene una gran sensibilidad cvica y
resiente cualquier desequilibrio aparente o real que
pudiera existir dentro del engranaje de la adminis-
tracin pblica. Do manera muy particular los pa-
nameos somos muy celosos en todo lo que est
relacionado con el imperio de la legalidad y de la
justicia.
En el robustecimiento de ese celo deben em-
pearse todos los ciudadanas de la Repblica pa-
ra que sta cumpla su misin jurdica y poltica
sin lesiones de ninguna especie.
El rgano Ejecutivo no debe tardar, repetimos,
en dar acatamiento a las rdenes judiciales. La
restauracin de los tres inspectores que ha hecho
recientemente debe servir de ejemplo para no co-
meter errores de esa naturaleza en el futuro. Y el
hecho de que (se haya cumplido el mencionado fa-
llo a pesar de las dudas manifestadas por algunos,
parece indicar que el Ejecutivo est animado de
esa intencin.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programa?
EL PANAMA AMERICA
junto con los dems peridico*
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 de los ultrajes de ese gobierno.
LA REELECCIN EN ESTADOS
UNIDOS

Ha sido aprobada por trein-
ta y seis estados de la Fede-
racin que compone los Esta-
dos Unidos de Amrica la vi-
gsima segunda enmienda a la
Constitucin de aquel podero-
so pais. En esa enmienda se
limita la posibilidad de ser Pre-
sidente en Norteamrica a dos
periodos, esto es, a dos elec-
ciones "propiamente dichas. Co-
mo se recordar Franklin De-
lano Roosevelt, el genial de-
mcrata, fue electo cuatro ve-
ces para desempear la jefa-
tura delatado. El seor Harry
S. Truman, en rigor, ha sido
electo una sola vez, pues el
primer periodo ocup la ms
a 1 tu posicin administrativa
merced al fallecimiento de F.
D. Roosevelt.
Para conseguir que treinta y
seis Estados de la Unin apro-
baran la enmienda, lo que pu-
diramos denominar el Direc-
torio Nacional del Partido Re-
publicano se ali con los de-
mcratas del Sur del pais, se-
cretamente. En Washington re-
publicanos prominentes y de-
mcratas del medioda celebra-
ron una reunin el 26 de ene-
ro. Para esa fecha nicamente
veintitrs, de los treinta y seis
estados requeridos, haban a-
probado la enmienda referente
a los trminos presidenciales.
Entonces comenz la campaa.
Se enviaron cablegramas, se
distribuy literatura entre los
legisladores de los estados dei
Sur. Con anterioridad a que
las fuerzas gobiernistas actua-
ran, para el 15 de febrero, ya
treinta estados hablan votado
a favor de la enmienda cons-
titucional. El 26 de febrero, al
mes exacto de haberse celebra-
do la conferencia poltica de
Washington, se conseguan los
votos de los treinta y seis esta-
dos necesarios para hacer una
realidad la enmienda tantas ve-
ces mencionada.
Ahora lo que habra que me-
ditar es la bondad de la en-
mienda en si. A favor de ella
se cuenta la tradicin: Jorge
Washington no consinti figu-
rar como Presidente de los Es-
tados Unidos ms de dos pe-
rodos de Cuatro aos. Pero, si
se lee la historia norteameri-
cana, se convendr en que lo
probable es que Washington
hubiera sido derrotado si se
presenta como candidato pre-
sidencial para un tercer pe-
rodo.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
ciudadano de capacidades ex-
cepcionales, fue electo Presi-
dente cuatro veces, y sus triun-
fo como gobernante fueron ro-
tundos. Cabria decir que ese
podero, ese respeto que rodea
hoy a los Estados Unidos, se
debe en mucho a Franklin De-
lano Roosevelt.
En ml opinin si en un pais
surge un hombre extraordina-
rio es estpido que la rutina
le ponga dificultades para go-
bernar. Claro es qye soy par-
tidario de que las elecciones
sean de verdad, de que se con-
sulte la voluntad de los ciu-
dadanos al final de cada pe-
riodo para la continuacin en
el Poder. No admito, n con-
sidero tolerable, que un ciu-
dadano se erija por si y ante
si Presidente de un pas por
un trmino Indefinido.
Pero si se consulta al cuer-
po electoral honradamente...
Por qu no aceptar la reelec-
cin? Si tropieza un pueblo con
un elemento de verdadera ca-
tegora para gobernarle, no creo
yo que es ir contra los princi-
pios de libertad el reelegirlo
cuantas, veces sea preciso pa-
Las Muletas de la Paz Por Rincn
La ,Ford Motors Co. recibe
pedidos por mil millones
DETROIT, Mich. Marzo 16
(ENS). La Ford Motor Com-
pany anunci esta semana que
ha firmado una orden con el
Ejrcito para la construccin
de tanques medianos por valor
de $195,000.000, alcanzando
ahora a tl.OOO.OOO.OOO los com-
promisos de la compaa con
las fuerzas armadas para la
produccin de defensa.'
Con este y otros contratos
para defensa, para los cuales
estn trabajando, se estima
que se necesitarn 42,000 em-
pleados, de acuerd con la
produccin mxima para pro-
ducir los productos que ya han
sido contratados. Adems de
esto, muchos de los 0,000 abas-
tecedores de la Ford, de los
cuales como 5,000 se pueden
clasificar como negocios pe-
queos, participarn en el pro-
grama para produccin de de-
fensa por nedlo de subcontra-
tos. El nuevo contrato es el
quinto que ha firmado la Com-
paa con las Fuerzas Arma-
das desde el mes de Agosto.
La Ford fabricar motores pa-
ra aviones Pratt y Whitney en
Chicago, camiones y autobuses
militares en las planta* de ar-
maduria de la Divisin Ford y
en Highland Park, motores y
piezas para tanques en la
planta Rouge, y piezas para
municioples en Highland Park.
Se presentar
el 16 el drama
de la Pasin
Eii "un breve plazo" estarn ya
disponibles los proyectiles
gobernados electrnicamente
Nuevas vitaminas han sido
descubiertas recientemente
ESPECIAL PARA
SEMANA SANTA
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WASHINGTON, D.C., Marzo
16 1EN81 Continan des-
cubrindose nuevas vitaminas,
y los indicios indican que en
los alimentos hay an facto-
res nutritivos escondidos.
Como un ejemplo de lo que
est sucediendo en las inves-
tigaciones de nutricin, la Dra.
Esther Phipard. nutrlcionlsta
ra que realice una obra con-
sistente y en beneficio de la
mayora de los ciudadanos.
Lo lamentable sera que por
obedecer un precepto mas o
menos razonable se privara a
un pueblo de la posibilidad de
progresar. Esto es lo verdade-
ramente lgico y republicano.
Y esto es lo que va en con-
tra de la teoria del mandato
real, heredado, sujeto c a d a \
pueblo a que ese rey o eje
emperador resulte un cretino,
no ente absurdo, que en vez
de ser una garanta de progre-
so se quede en un tirano o
en un Imbcil.
En mi criterio, las reeleccio-
nes de Franklin Delano Roose-
velt se justificaron plenamente.
Como er> mi opinin el fracaso
de un gobernante llevara a ex-
pulsarlo de su alta posicin por
ser inconveniente para el bien
general.
Mas... Quin define ese bien
general, en peligro por la ac-
tuacin del mandatario inopor-
tuno?
No puede admitirse que un
grupo, porque ansia el poder,
se erija en representante del
bien general. Esto llevarla al
fracaso ostensible. Ni cabe a-
ceptar que la debilidad se en-
tronice para que manden le
vivos tras de 1* puerta.
Impedir c o nstltucionalmente
que un ciudadano excepcional
pueda ser reelecto es lamen-
table. Imponer la mediocridad
un periodo, es tambin lasti-
moso.
La vida define los caminos:
lo grave es escoger esos ca-
minos :...
en el "Bureau of Human Nu-
trition and Home Economic.
US. Department of Agricult-
ure", cita el reciente descubri-
miento de la vitamina B 12,
un nuevo componente del com-
puesto de la Vitamina B.
Ella declar que ya es bien
conocido el valor de la vita-
mina B-12 para el tratamiento
de anemia perniciosa. Cient-
ficos de todas partes del mun-
do contribuyeron en el des-
cubrimiento de este misterio-
so factor, que todos saban
exista en el hgado y del po-
der que posea para mejorar
la sangre anmica.
Como casi todas las vitami-
nas, el componente B-12 tra-
baja de muchas maneras en
el cuerpo humano. Existe evi-
dencia de que estas vitaminas
permiten a los animales, y
posiblemente a los seres hu-
manos, a hacer uso ms efi-
ciente de las escasas cantida-
des de los aminocidos, de los
cuales estn compuestas las
protenas. Este descubrimiento
puede ser de gran utilidad en
la alimentacin del ganado, y
en el mejoramiento de la die-
ta humana en que faltan las
protenas de mejor calidad en-
contradas en la leche, carne
y otros alimentos de origen
animal. Adems de esto, la vi-
tamina B-12 tiene un vestigio
de cobalto en su constitucin,
indicando que el cuerpo hu-
mano usa una porcin mins-
cula de este mineral, que ya
es reconocido como esencial
para el ganado.
Los nutrlclonistds que orga-
nizan planos de alimentacin
se proponen proveer ciertos
nutrientes esenciales para los
requisitos conocidos del cuerpo
humano, explic la Dra. Phi-
pard. Cuando las comidas dia-
rlas proveen lo necesario en
protenas, calorias. calcio, hie-
rro, vitamina A, tres vitami-
nas B, y vitamina C. con to-
da seguridad tales alimentos
Incluirn bastante en otros nu-
trientes, incluyendo los desco-
nocidos, para la necesidad nor-
mal.
PASADENA. California, mar-
zo 16. (UP>. Los proyecti-
les gobernados electrnicamen-
te estn siendo perfeccionados
hasta el punto en que estaran
disponibles "en un breve pla-
zo" para su uso en combate.
El doctor Clark Millikan, Di-
rector del Laboratorio Aeronu-
tlco Guggenheim del Instituto
Tecnolgico de California y
Presidente de la Comisin de
Proyectiles Gobernados Electr-
nicamente de la Junta de in-
vestigacin y Fomento de los
Estados Unidos, dijo anoche que
cuando uno Se da cuenta de
que el trabajo serlo en cierta
Israel demanda a
Alemania por una
suma astronmica
TEL AVIV. Marzo 16 (UP)
Israel ha demandado de Ale-
mania mil quinientos millones
de dlares como reparacin por
"la muerte de 6 millones d Ju-
dos mediante tortura, Inani-
cin, ejecuciones en masa y as-
fixia" antes y durante la se-
gunda guerra mundial.
La demanda est contenida en
notas entregadas en Washing-
ton, Londres, Pars, y entregada
a la Legacin Sovitica en Tel
Avlv. La nota subraya que el
"crimen en tan vastas y terri-
bles dimensiones no pvede ser
expiado por medidas de repara-
cin materialno pueden resu-
citarse los muertos". Agrega
"Todo lo que puede hacerse es
garantizar la lndemlnizacln de
los herederos y vctimas y reha-
bilitar a los sobrevivientes. Pue-
de demandarse que se requiera
del pueblo alemn que devuelva
pague la rehabilitacin de los
sobrevivientes",
la propiedad Judia que rob y
escala se rnlei late solo poco
ms de cinco aos, me parece
que el actual estado del des-
arrollo de proyectiles es verda-
deramente precoz".
Expres la seguridad de que
los proyectiles ms necesarios
y adelantados tcnicamente es-
tarn disponibles para el uso
ep el combate aos antes de lo
que estaran de otro modo, gra-
cias al nombramiento el ao
pasado de K. T. Keller, Direc-
tor de Proyectiles Gobernados
Electrnicamente del Departa-
mento de Defensa.
Agreg: "Ahora solo falta un
corto tiempo antes que los pro-
yectiles estn dispuestos a des-
empear su papel en la defen-
sa de nuestro mundo libre con-
ira la tirana totalitaria que
lo amenaza. Ese papel ser Im-
portante y puede muy bien ser
decisivo".
Esboz los principales proble-
mas relacionados con el plan de
I proyectiles en cuanto a veloci-
'dad, precisin de gobierno y
control. Indic que existen mu-
chos sistemas de gobierno, pero
en conjunto la manipulacin de
, controles a b a r ca mecanismos
complicados "que habltualmen-
te resultan ser tan sensibles
, e Inestables como la ms capri-
chosa de las primadonnas.
Pero dijo que hoy ya se
manejan con xito varias cla-
ses diversas de proyectiles en-
tre ellos algunos producidos en
;el laboratorio de propulsin por
'reaccin del Instituto Tecnol-
gico de California.
La compaa de "Dramas
Sacros", que por ms de dos
meses ha estado ensayando
con todo respeto y decoro la
"Pasin de Cristo"; se presen-
cia definitivamente hoy viernes
16 del presente en el Teatro
Nacional.
Los ensayos hbilmente di-
rigidos por Gmez Bueno y el
Maestro Seor del Pozo, dan
esta noche su retoque final; a
este ltimo ensayo en el Tea-
tro Nacional, asistir como
asesor el distinguido Sacerdote
de la Compaa de Jess
Rvdo. Padre Florentino Iduate.
Nuestros actores y actrices-
panameos, han tomado con
gran calor y consagracin es-
tos ensaya; y a no dudar su
presentacin ser un verdade-
ro xito artstico.
"Pasin de Cristo", el In-
mortal drama del Oolgota, se-
r vestido con una lujosa sas-
trera confeccionada para esta
acontecimiento. Hace Su apa-
ricin por primera vea en los
tablados de Panam, el Joven
galn de la Radio-difusin
Nacional, Ramn Garca de
Paredes. La Joven actriz Mar-
garita Sevillano, Olga Cham-
bonett y algunas ms. estarn
a la altura de sus respectivos
papeles; secundados por Mi-
guel A. Moreno, Germn
Braham y Juan Fbrega. Han
sido especialmente contratados
el primer actor Rogelio Her-
nndez, el galn Coqul Garra,
y la dama joven del teatro
argentino Mecha Garca.
La parte musical de "Pasin
de Cristo" ha sido especial-
mente adaptada por el direc-
tor de Orquestas Sinfnicas,
Maestro Del Pozo.
A semejanza de Omeraber-
gau, (Alemanis) ya tiene Pa-
nam tambin su Compaia
de Dramas Sacros, debidamen-
te auspiciados por el Depar-
tamento de Cultura del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
CLUB DE CANTitNTES
Coln, marzo 13 de 1951
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
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respectivamente.
Dicho club que tiene ms de
quince miembros se reunin a
las 5.30 p.m. en los altos del
edificio "Radio Atlntico".
Agradecido por su bondad,
me suscribo a usted,
Atto. y S. S.,
1
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Secretario:
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VIERNES, MARZO 1. 1A51
ET. PANAM* AMERICA OTARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRIS
Resiente a los europeos ley
sobre inmigracin en EE.UU.
por Gault MACGOWAN
IN.A.N.A.)
HEIDELBERG, Marzo 16
(EPS). La Ley McCarran,
probada por el Congreso de
loi Estados Unidos con el fin
especial de Impedir la entrada
a ese pas de comunistas y
miembros de otras organiza-
ciones subversivas, est cau-
sando creciente resentimiento
y confusin en Europa occi-
dental, inclusive entre los ami-
gos de Norte Amrica.
En la zona norteamericana
de Alemania prcticamente to-
dos los lideres nazis han sido
eliminados y los -lemanes con-
sideran que ese partido ha si-
do liquidado, quiz definitiva-
mente, o por lo menos por
largo tiempo.
La actitud de los alemanes
occidentales puede resumirse
en esta frase que uno de ellos
dijo, hablando con un funcio-
narlo norteamericano: "Uste-
des nos han estado reforman-
do por aos y ahora que nos
hemos reformado, nos dicen
que no podemos ir a los Es-
tados Unidos si pertenecimos
alguna vez a algo conectado
con el nazismo, an cuando
nuestro cnyuge sea norteame-
ricano y antinazi."
En los pases que fueron to-
talitarios muy pocas personas
pudieron dejar de pertenecer
a una u otra de las organi-
zaciones oficiales, en muchas
de las cuales eran incluidas
forzadamente, a veces sin sa-
berlo siquiera. Hasta las per-
sonas ms humildes y desco-
nectadas de la poltica se veian
obligadas a adherirse a algu-
na asociacin profesional u
obrera, que estaba bajo la di-
reccin o patronato de algn
organismo oficial. Esta era la
nica forma de escapar a las
persecuciones polticas. Pero
ahora la ley McCarran las ex-
cluye de los Estados Unidos.
Porque no puede darse apro-
bacin al ingreso de nadie que
en cualquier forma perteneci
alguna vez a tales organiza-
ciones.
La indignacin contra los
monstruos nazis sirvi de es-
cudo para la persecucin de
muchas personas humildes o
culpables de delitos menores.
Por ejemplo, los tribunales
norteamericanos condenaron a
individuos alemanes que ha-
ban atacado a paracaidistas
aliados; pero los tribunales
britnicos al conocer de deli-
tos similares rara vez lo hi-
cieron, porque tenan experien-
cia: los aviadores alemanes
Sue cayeron en Gran Breta-
a tambin fueron atacados
por los civiles, justamente in-
dignados por los bombardeos
nazis. Esta diferencia ha cau-
sado bastante confusin entre
los alemanes, y el Alto Comi-
sionado norteamericano, John
J. McCloy, ha sealado que
"es. necesario abrir la ventana
para que entre aire fresco y
se aclare la atmosfera."
Acusan al Kremlin
en "Libro Blanco"
del Mariscal Tito
NUEVA YORK, marzo 16
(USIS) El 'Lluro Blanco' del
Gobierno yugoeslavo del Maris-
cal Tito es visto por el New rie-
rald Tribune como indicacin de
que el Kremlin est tratando
gc fomentar la amenaza con ira
la paz en el corazn de Europa'.
No es de sorprenderse, dice un
editorial del mencionado pe:l-
dice, de que Tito haya tenido
que exponer al pblico su te-
mor a un ataque sovitico en
vista de "las constantes provo-
caciones de la prensa de los
bras de las fuerzas del Comln-
paises satlites y de las manlo-
form a lo largo de las fronte-
ras yugoeslavas'.
El "Libro Blanco" yugoeslavo
que enumera 291 casos de pro-
vocaciones por siete satlites ro-
jos, fu entregado el viernes a
los Estados Unidos, el Secreta-
rio General de la ONU, Trigve
Lie "para su Informacin per-
sonal" y a todas las otras em-
bajadas y legaciones extranje-
ras en Washington- Acusa al
bloque sovitico de aplicar "pre-
sin militar "contra Yugoeslavla.
El editorial del Herald Tri-
bune dice: "El coro de denun-
cias que Yugoeslavla ha esta-
do cruzndose con los vecinos
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Piden programa de
largo tiempo para
pueblos atrasados
WASHINGTON, marzo 16.
'USIS) El Jefe del Programa
del Punto Cuarto de los Esta-
dos Unidos para la Ayuda Tc-
nica cree que "slo por medio
de un programa de largo tic-n
po para el desarrollo de los re-
cursos naturales podrn hacer-
se fuertes y libres los pueblos
de las reglones retrasadas".
El Dr. Henry G. Bennett, Je-
fe de la Administracin de la
Cooperacin Tcnica, ofreci al-
gunas de sus observaciones so-
bre la produccin agrcola la-
tino americana, despus de su
regreso de una extensa jira por
Centro y Suramrlca.
En Per, dijo el Dr. Bennett,
hay extensas zonas que nunca
haban sido cultivadas y que a-
hora nciben los beneficios de
la irrigacin
En Brasil se halla una, de las
mejores estaciones experimen-
tales, cerca de Sao Paulo, dijo
el Dr. Bennett. Expres el Je-
fe de la Administracin de la
Cooperacin Tcnica particular
inters en los prductos sobre
plantacin de frutas acidas. Con
la ayuda de hombres de cien-
cias de los Estados Unidos.
REPARACIN DEL MUELLE FISCAL. La estructura casi en ruinas del muelle fiscal o del
mercado est siendo objeto de reparaciones fundamentales a fin de que puedan acoderar a
ese muelle barcos que ahora tienen que descargar sus mercancas en Balboa, con perjuicio
para las rentas nacionales. _______________________ __________^ ______________
del Cominform se ha acentua-
do y ha adquirido caracters-
ticas de mayor urgencia. El 'Li-
bro Blanco" preparado en Bel-
grado que acusa formalmente
a Rusia de aplicar "presin mi-,
litar" contra el rgimen de Ti-
to, condena al Kremlin por fo-
mentar una amenaza contra la
paz en el corazn de Europa.
As, llega ms all del perme-
tro de las fricciones y de las a-
greslones indirectas que han
surgido de la poltica sovitica.
Esa acusacin une a Rusia, o-
ficialmente, con una situacin
explosiva y en una porcin del
mundo en extremo sensible".
Con pico y pala se
dispone trabajar
pueblo del Escobal
COLON marzo 16. 8.). Con pico y pala est
dispuesta la poblacin de Es-
cobal a terminar su carretera.
El seor Genav Rodriguez,
jenuino defensor de los inte-
reses del mencionado Corregi-
miento inform a este Corres-
ponsal que la Administracin
Liberal presidida por el ex-
Presldente E. A. Jimnez, con-
CHAMBorrfia
Ctna AVENItli
estn desempacando
ZAPATOS BLANCOS a 10.95
Tacn alto y tacn cubano.
Tamaos 4 al 7'2.
Cabritilla legitima.
ARETES PERLAS
Estilos largos en
rosa y perla.
Especial: 0.95 y 1.50
FALDAS NEGRAS
Tallas 24 a 30. En tafetn,
gabardina, crespn
y nylon plisado.
Especial... 5.95 a 7.95
VESTIDOS DE BAO
PARA NIAS
En rayn y en algodn.
De una pieza y 2 piezas.
Especial... 2.95 y 3.95
CARTERITAS COCTEL
En negro, dorado y plateadc
Tienen vanity y lpiz.
Especial... 3.50 5.95
VESTIDOS NYLON
JANTZEN 51
Satn, tafetn, shantung.
POLVOS DE SEDA
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
Dejan su cutis terso.
COMPRE AHORA
EL BAZAR FRANCES
TIENE de la marca
ARROW
CAMISAS
Blancas
Colores.
CAMISAS
POLO
Diferentes
colores.
ROPA '
INTERIOR
PAUELOS
CORBATAS
en los ltimos
diseos.
tambin ofrece
artculos de otras
conocidas atareos!
QUINTA AVENIDA
MEDIAS de NYLON
Algodn y Mercerizada
PIJAMAS
Seda Natural y Algodn
CAMISAS SPORT B.V.D.
Manga Larga y Corta
CORREAS HICOCK
BILLETERAS
Extenso Surtido
PANTALONES DE BAO
"Jantzen" y "B.V.D."
ENCENDEDORES
Ronson" y "Dunhill"*
CAMISAS "HATHWAY"
Una de las mejores Mateas de
confeccin Americana, rebajadas
tribuy en la proyectada va
ms f 800 metros de calle,
quedando sta en los lmites
cerca de la Zona del Canal. lis
ms nos dijo el seor Rodr-
guez, nosotros nos comprome-
temos a terminar la va si el
Gobierno Panameo nos presta
la cooperacin requerida.
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Hemos recibido preciosas telar
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PAGINA CUATRO

Kl PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDKNTI
VIERNES, MARZO II, 1951
Locomotora de vapor nmero 4 al servicio del Ferrocarril
Nacional de Chiriqui, adquirida ltimamente.
Mejoramiento Rural
Por Faustino S. Miranda
(Hachero del Valle
Todos los economistas y po-
lticos nacionales coinciden en
afirmar que la prosperidad de
Panam depende del desarrollo
e incremento de la agricultura,
pero en ese sentido es muy po-
co lo que se ha hecho.
La Incrementacin agrcola,
por su complejidad, requiere un
verdadero estudio cientfico y
concienzudo, acompaado de
una legislacin amoldada a
nuestra condicin de pueblo In-
cipiente, Imprimindole, eso si,
una aplicacin honrada, cons-
tante y sistematizada por par-
te de nuestros gobernantes.
No basta con colocar al fren-
te de nuestro Ministerio de A-
gricultura y dems entidades de
Fomento agricola a ingenieros
agrnomos y a elementos muy
capacitados que slo se limiten
* proyectar la redencin agr-
cola del pas desde sus escrito-
rios o desde las tribunas con
discursos muy bonitos; hace
falta, si, mecanizar la agri-
cultura; llenar de caminos de
penetracin hasta las ms a-
artadas reglones; dividir clen-
iflcamente el pala en distritos
agrcolas; vulgarizar el uso de
los aboons o fertilizantes; ex-
tender los alaternas de regado;
establecer sistemas de trans-
porte refrigerado barato o con-
seguir en el exterior, median-
te .la accin oficial, mercados
fijos; acabar con los latifun-
dios; establecer un Banco de
Crdito Rural; y facilitar, sin
engorros ni papeleo, semillas
frescas, Implementos agrcolas y
sementales a los agricultores.
Con un ambiente de facilidades
1 confianza asi el agricultor
panameo redoblarla sus es-
I fuerzos de produccin y mu-
chos capitales estancados se
pondran en circulacin acti-
va.
Cjonid el -aumento de la pro-
ductividad Industrial depende
de los factores: tierra, capital,
mano de obra y tcnica admi-
nistrativa, es muy lgico supo-
ner que Inmediatamente el go-
bierno ponga en prctica los
puntos anteriormente sealados
urgirn nuevas industrias na-
cionales, que daran trabajo a
muchos desocupados e Iran po-
co a poco nivelando nuestro
rengln de exportaciones con el
de Importaciones.
Pero mientras no exista el
Banco de Crdito Rural y el
Banco Agropecuario no est ca-
pacitado con fondos suficientes
para hacer prstamos a los a-
grlcultores. aunque sea a plazos
medios, esta Institucin no lle-
nar su cometido y su Influen-
cia en la agricultura ser ne-
gativa. Es ms creemos que el
Banco Nacional de Panam de-
be descentralizarse hasta el
punto de permitir que el Ban-
co Agropecuario tambin pue-
' da recibir depsitos monetarios
con los cuales pueda Ir acre-
centando su capital y sirvien-
do luego a los agricultores de
escasos recursos econmicos.
En las condiciones actuales
en que el Agropecuario no ga-
rantiza ni la compra total de
la produccin del pas ni la
estabilidad de los precios es
utpico pensar en un,desarro-
llo econmico que equilibre la
Economa Nacional. Otra cosa
seria si nuestra legislacin a-
graria autorizara la creacin
del Banco de Crdito Rural con
sucursales en los principales
centros agropecuarios. Enton-
ces surgiran las cooperativas
agrcolas y pecuarias con bases
Verdaderamente firmes y con
un alto porcentaje de posibili-
dades de prosperar.
Ya es hora, pues, de h* des-
pertando en la ciudadana un
inters por los sistemas orga-
nizados de cooperativas y el
uso frecuente del arado. Un
medio para ello sera Incluir
en los programas de enseanza
secundarla y en especial en los
planes del Instituto de Verano
y de Divisa un curso de Coope-
rativismo bien meditado. Natu-
ralmente que ya en nuestro
medio hay quienes conozcan los
beneficios de las cooperativas,
pero son los menos; ello de-
muestra que existe un ambiente
propicio para tal siatemr., pero
ese lncertldumbre que en nues-
tra poltica econmica mantie-
ne cada gobierno en turno, ma-
ta irremediablemente cualquier
iniciativa al respecto.
Encaminando al pueblo en el
Uso de los sistemas de coope-
rativas de produccin, de con-
sumo o las de tipo Industrial
y en medio de un clima de con-
fianza y seguridad econmicas,
entonces si estaremos seguros
de un resurgimiento de nuestra
economa nacional que ir dis-
minuyendo esa disparidad rui-
nosa entre las exportaciones y
las importaciones de Panam.
La Chorrera est
preparando
una convencin
LA CHORERA, marzo 13.
(Corresponsal). El Club de
Leones de esta localidad con-
tina con inters y entusiasmo
en los preparativos del pro-
grama de las festividades que
han de efectuarse durante los
dias 14 y 15 del prximo me
de abril en honor de la no-
vena convencin leonistlca que.
como hemos anunciado ya, ha
de celebrarse en esta ciudad.
Con este fin el comit res-
pectivo design por unanimi-
dad en la reunin celebrada
el domingo 11 del presente mes
a la simptica y espiritual se-
orita Ana Isabel Obaldia (e
Chachl, reina del Iconismo cho-
rrerano; y quien, de seguro, da-
da las prendas morales que
adornan su personalidad, ha de
ser competidora fuerte entre
las bellas y cultas damas que
han de disputarse en esos dias
el reinado del leonismo de la
Repblica.
El festival que ha de efec-
tuarse el prximo mes comen-
zar, pues, con los actos preli-
minares que se llevarn a efec-
to en esta ciudad, en los am-
plios y ventilados salones de
Doo Place en la noche del s-
bado 17 del presente mes cuan-
do ser coronada la reina cho-
rrerana, seorita Chachl Obal-
dia por la reina saliente Srita.
Norma Hehriquez, terminando
el festival con un regio baile
en honor de la reina elegida y
de las dems leonas chorre-
ranas.
BECKER
para los rones y vejiga
Tom* in Ptldoru de Beck para ni>
desarreglos de la uretra rlnonea y vejiga
Tmelas con devocin y constancia Com-
relas en *u botica .Acurdase del nom.
re: Pildoras de Becker Dar rones \
vejiga
El sbado habr
escrutinio para
reinado tpico
Completamente listos los pre-
parativos para el gran festival
que con motivo del Tercer Es-
crutinio del Reinado Tipleo Na-
cional se efectuar maana a
las ocho de la noche en los sa-
lones de la Confederacin de
Asociaciones Cvicas Interiora-
nas (altos de la Nueva Campa-
na, Avenida B. No. 48).
Se considera que este escru-
tinio ser determinante dei
triunfo final ya que todas las
candidates se encuentran muy
optimistas y estn dispuestas a
competir voto a voto para al-
canzar la Carona Interiorana.
La gran orquesta de los Her-
manos Paz y otros conjuntos
tpicos amenizarn este gran
festival, de ocho de la noche
a cuatro de la madrugada, du-
rante el cual se distribuirn
numerosos premios entre los a-
slstentes y se harn concursos
tpicos.
Para esta noche se ha con-
vocado a una gran reunin en
la Escuela Nicols Pacheco, *
todas las comisiones y a las
candidates del certamen.
Cerro Cabuya pide
un maestro para
sus cien nios
Vecinos del casero de Cerro
Cabuya, en el Distrito de Bo-
quern, Provincia de Chiriqui,
se han dirigido al Excmo. seor
Presidente de la Repblica, con
el propsito de que el prximo
periodo escolar, se designe un
maestro para que pueda aten-
der no menos de cien nios que
requieren estudios en dicho lu-
gar. Los moradores de Cerro
Cabuya se comprometen a cons-
truir el local para la escuela.
Cerro Cabuya, Feb. 20 de 1981
Excmo. seor Presidente:
Los suscritos, vecinos de Ce-
rro Cabuya, distrito de Boque-
rn, Provincia de Chiriqui, con
todo fl respeto que usted se
merece, acudimos en solicitud
del establecimiento de una es-
cuela en dicho lugar al Iniciar-
se el prximo ao lectivo.
Esta localidad tiene una po-
blacin escolar que pasa de
cien alumnos y, compenetra-
dos como estamos de sus bue-
nos propsitos con esta Provin-
cia y de su preocupacin por
la educacin nacional, estamos
convencidos de que en mayo
venidero contaremos con nues-
tra escuela.
Por nuestra parte, a ms de
guardarle gratitud, nos com-
prometemos para el prximo
ao, a contribuir con trabajo
material para levantar una es-
cuela que llene las necesidades
locales.
Reiterndole por anticipado
nuestro agradecimiento, somos
del Excmo. seor Presidente a-
tentos servidores,
(Fdos.) Miguel A. Guerra, C.
Martire, A. Ayala, Teodocio Es-
pinosa. Romn Ayala, Gilberto
Guerra, Natividad Saldaa,
Faustino Concepcin, Agapito
Saldaa, Genaro Villarreal, A-
d e 11 n o Villarreal, Niconredes
Quintero, Amelia Villarreal. De-
yanira Gante, Rubn Ponte,
Claudina Villarreal, Zenaida Es-
pinosa, Jos Mara Araos, Fran-
cisco Guerra Jr., Pastor Suira,
Eusebio Saldaa, Agustn Zul-
ra, Felipe Concepcin, Adriano
Concepcin, Mariano Gante,
Romn Lisondro, Juan Gueva-
ra, Florentino Caballero, Bien-
venido Saldaa, Sabino Lison-
dro, Irene Ayala, Carmen Li-
sondro y otros.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Composicin potica.
7Friso.
13Torcido, fuera de regla.
14Plantas salicneas.
15Centros de contraccin
mercantil.
18Nombre de diversas mari-
posas.
17-Rostro.
18Depsito natural de
minerales.
19Cocinar en seco.
21Pariente.
22Carta -geogrfica.
20Conforme a su original.
27Inculpado.
28Capacitado.
29 Del verbo elegir.
31Tardo en-los pagos.
32Instrumento de alfareros.
33Cloruro de sodio.
34Dios romano del hogar.
33Soldado.
36Valle de Bspaa.
37Fundador del imperio persa
38Una de las colonias de
Jerusaln.
40 Isla del mar de Irlanda.
41Del verbo serenar.
44Apellido espaol.
47Monte de Armenia.
48Subsuelo.
49Ave domstica.
50Causa susto.
Nuevo Gobernador
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
VERTICALES:
1Oxido de calcio.
2Desinencia de los quebrados
3Clase de plantas, Pl.
4Alfarerie.
5Abundante, frecuente.
. 8Gorra militar.
7Grosero, tosco.
r. -Clase de tele.
9Molusco comestible.
10Del verbo amar.
11Liga Ortodoxe Nacional,
Inlc..
12Constelacin.
18De mi propiedad.
19Limpiar.
20Mueble.
21Madera resinosa.
23Relativo a Apolo, Pl.
24Cruzar, traspasar.
25Asombro, espanto.
27Corriente de agua dulce.
28Planta hortense.
30Ordinario, tosco.
31Adverbio de cantidad.
33Apcope de santo.
30Bardo, que hace versos.
37Clebre historiador italiano.
39Cachuete, Inv.
40Posesivo Pl.
41Valle espaol, Inv.
42 poca, edad.
43Hogar, Inv.
44Partido Sociallata Argenti-
no, Inlc.
45Direccin Nacional Tcnica,
Inlc.
46Agrupacin Obrera Alema-
na,. Inlc.
Don Leonardo M. Carrizo,
nuevo Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia de Herrera, distinguido
exponente de la Sociedad O-
cuee, he sido un luchador
incansabls del Partido Revo-
lucionario Autntico desde su
fundacin. Desempe el car-
go de Alcalde Municipal de
Oc, con beneplcito general,
durante la primera Admlnlsi
tracln del Dr. Arnulfo Arlas
y a base de esfuerzo propio
se ha creado una posicin dis-
tinguida tanto comercial co-
mo social en aquella Provln.-
cla.
Por su Inteligencia, capaci-
dad y don de gentes que lo
adornan, le auguramos muchos
xitos en su nueva posicin.
SOLUCIN DE AYER
fiair ni'i i,n ni3G
Bien recibido el
nombramiento de
Leonardo Carrizo
OCU, marro 18.
LA Vos del Interior.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
Bien recibido he sido en este
poblacin el nombremlento pe-
ra Gobernador de la Provincia,
recado en la persona de don
Leonardo M. Carrizo, quien to-
mar posesin de su cargo ma-
ana.
Un grupo de sus amigos per-
sonales y polticos hen orga-
nizado una mafnifestacln que
le ser ofrecida esta noche y
lo acompaarn maana has>-
ta la ciudad de Chitr, cabe-
cera de esta Provincia. Es de
esperarse que el seor Carrizo
labore grandemente por el bien
de le Provincia en general y
muy especialmente por esta co-
munidad, donde -como es sebldo.
existen numerosas obras que
reclaman la pronta Interven-
cin de las autorldedes compe-
tentes para verlas convertidas
en feliz realidad.
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81 Ud. a* alante prematuramente
rlejo 7 padece de debilidad net loa*,
terebra) o corporal. hallara nueva 'en-
tidad y salud en un descubrimiento
mdico americano que restaura el vl-
ror de la Juventud y 1* vitalidad con
mavor rapldei que un aperaran
rladular. B* un Martillo tratamiento
cajero en forma d* tabletas, descu-
bierto por un mdico americano. Fcil
d* tomar. Obra directamente eobre
tea (Undulas, nafrtos y orranoe v-
tala*, y aua efecto* ton tan rpido*
que Ud. puede notar y sentir una nue-
va fuera* y vlaror en corto tiempo. D-
bldo a au accin natural obre las
(lAnilulaa y nervio*, sua facultad**
mentales, con frecuencia mejoran a*
'i sorprendente.
ate nuevo J admirably Tlorlaa4of
y restaurador landular. llamadVar-
ka, ha lldo ensayado y probado poi
miles de personas an los <* "P.1:
dos, y ahora a* vand* aqu en toda*
ls farmacias y botlcaa. Conelfa hoy
roltmo tablataa Vare, aorfltalaa a
una prueba y obaerve la enorma ie-
Jorla qu* experimenta prontamente
Tome un fraaco conpleto, qua aura
I das, l-o llenara da vigor, Mers
y Yitalldad y harA qu* Ud. M Unta
anos mas Joven. Un fraseo de
LV ** Varka, sapela! <
VA f* It A doble fu*rsa, ene*
DernvlV*
ta poco.
riera* r *''
La Federacin de Asociaciones
cvicas dedicar esfuerzos a
las Jiras Mdico-Aistencials
Pare su publicacin hemos
recibido el siguiente comuni-
cado de la Confederacin de
Asociaciones Civices Interiora-
nas:
COMUNICADO:
/
Respecto de las Caravanas
Sanitarias Areas, la Confede-
racin de Asociaciones Cvicas
Interioranas dedic sus mayo-
res empeos para que la Asam-
blea Nacional expidiera, como
lo hizo, una Ley por medio de
la cual se creaban tres unida-
des volantes, la cual, lamenta-
blemente fue vetada por el r-
gano EJecutlvo hecho este que
nuestra entidad fue la primera
en repudiar a travs de un co-
municado que vio la luz pbli-
ca en los diferentes diarlos de
la ciudad,
Posteriormnete, ante el veto
presidencial, la Confederacin
creyendo un deber moral de su
parte ya que representa los in-
tereses del sector afectedo con
esta accin que es el Interior
de la Repblica, de manera es-
pontnea y sin autorizacin de
radie porque no la considera-
ba necesaria, organiz un Rei-
nado Tpico Nacional encami-
nado a contribuir con esta la-
bor y con la Jira Mdico Asls-
tanclal que en el prximo mes
se efectuar en la Provincia de
Herrera.
En viste de que el doctor
Prieto ha rechazado toda ayu-
da a .su filantrpica labor por-
que considera qua esto cons-
tituye .un deber del Estado y
es ste quien debe llevarlo a
cabo, tal cual lo ha manifes-
tado pblicamente, la Confede-
racin ha decidido dedicar sus
empeos y el producto de las
actividades que ha realizedo y
seguir reellzando para refor-
sar las Jiras Mdico Asistencla-
les que se llevarn a cebo su-
cesivamente en toda las pro-
vincias de la Repblita, para
lo cue ltempoco se he obteni-
do ninguna ayuda del Gobier-
no Nacional.
El prestigio de nuestra ins-
titucin y la honorabilidad de
sus miembros se ha comproba-
do en todo el pais a travs de
actos civlcoa que han merecido
el reconocimiento de la ciuda-
dana como la campaa que
efectuamos en favor de lo
damnificados del Darin con
motivo de la reciente inunda*
clon de varios putblos de aque-
lla Provincia; de tal mener
que podemos manifestar qu*
jams hemos estado amparados
de modo dudoso, por nombra
de persona alguna.
Repudiamos con todo nuestro)
valor civlco, de la misma ma-
nera que lo hace el doctor Prie-
to, cualquier acto ejecutado por
personas Inescrupulosas que ha-
yan usedo l prestigio de nes-*
tra entidad para dedicarse s>
explotaciones indecorosas en su
provecho personal.
En conversacin sostenida con
el doctor Prieto el distinguido
galeno ha reconocido la ho-
norabilidad de los miembros d
esta institucin y la seriedad
de nuestros actos.
De esta manera, nosotros de*
jamos claramente sentado nues-
tro punto de vista con respec-
to a las declaraciones del dis-
tinguido profesional y manifes-
tamos una vez ms que no des-
mayaremos en nuestros esfuer-
zos por lograr que el campesi-
no panameo no siga alenda
victima de la horrorosa trage-
dia sanitaria en que hoy vivt.
El Consejo Directivo:
Celedonio Guardia, A I o ns
MUIa, Nicanor Castillero Jr.,
Alclblades A. Picota, Jos i,
Guillen.
Tom posesin el
Gobernador de
Veraguas ayer
SANTIAOO. marzo 15.
Armando Moreno,
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam.
Hoy 4 p.m. tom posesin
nuevo Gobernador, reconocida
por polica Inmediatamente.
Ral E. Alvarada
(Corresponsal Viajero)
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
...qu ricos.' /Sfompr gusto
,yn hacen con l mayor fac./if.aT
;&-^
S*> Us Of r*f a lacho, cecinan
MM 5 minutas. Eso as tadal
BRILLO?
Ni los esmaltes para tifias ms
caro$ brillan ms que CUTEX
El lustre que Cutas di a lis ufias,
con sus modernos mstici, nlnsa
imalte a ningn precio lo da mejor.
Cutes, silo Cotas, litna
"rnameloa", al nuevo y
sombroso ingrediente qu* haca
perdurar 1 brillo por das J
dias, sin agrietarte, desprenden*
o deroloririe. En
modernos restires.
EmaMllcaca
ana manos
CLTEX
El malte para uas ms popular del mundo
PRECIOS QUE DESCONTROLAN
HASTA AL MISMO CONTROL DE PRECIOS
Cuando su esposa
compra en el 81 su
dinero se duplica!
NAVAJAS GILLETTE
Azul 23o pqti.
AVENA
Hoy 23o loto
FRIJOLES CHIRICANOS
a 9o Ib.
EN CENTRAL 81
FRAZADAS DE LANA
a 195
CREMA DE MAZ
a 13. Ib.
ARROZ BLANCO 12c1
BACALAO 32o Ib.
CHANCLETAS
Hoy 35f
MAIZ-5cHb. ,
Pilado 7 '
ACEITE ELDORADO
en galn a 3.45
PANTALONES para Nias y
Nios desda 1.99
M A I C E N A 3
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VIERNES. MARZO 16, 1851
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin te reciben en la
Keaaccln Social
Telfono 3-ltSt
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
MORAS: S:M li:M a.m.
Apartada 1M
....lueno
La Sra. Cecilia P. de Remn
Dfrecl ayer en los elegantes co-
medores del Hotel El Panam,
im almuerzo en honor de la Prl-
nera Dama de la Repblica do-
iia Ana Matilde Linares de
ll.rias.
arden Party
Para despedir a las Srtas All-
bia y Magda Coloma Silva y
Jullliana Marlanl, loa ivene
Julio Alberto, Ral y Jos Mara
Lpez Mulz, hijos de S.E. el
Embajador de la Argentina don
Julio Lpez Mulz y Sra. Marta
3. de Lpez Muiz, ofrecieron
ayer un Garden Party en la Se-
de de la Embajada.
Ecuador ante la Santa Sede, 8.
E don Csar Coloma Silva y
Sra. Clotilde de Coloma SUva
acompaada de sus hijas Srtas.
Alicia y Magda Coloma. Despe-
dimos a tan distinguidos viaje-
ros, que durante los aos de re-
sidencia en esta ciudad suple-
ron captarse el aprecio y sim-
pata de todos los panameos
que tuvieron oportunidad de co-
nocerlos.
Miami la Sra. Olga Vengoechea
de Alvarado. Le deseamos un fe-
liz viaje.
lespedida
En honor de la Srta. Norlta
)laz Villnlaz, quien contraer
latrlmonlo prximamente con
ti Sr. Vctor Tejeira Jr., la Sra.
Elba Ocaa de Tovar y la 8rta.
Edith Moreno, ofrecieron ayer
jn T en la residencia de la
3ra. de Tovar, al cual asisti
10 gran nmero de amigas de
jla agasajada.
Para Italia
A bordo del vapor ''Cristbal"
embarcan hoy para Nueva York
ie donde seguirn rumbo a Ita-
lia, el nuevo Embajador de El
De Costa Rica
Un feliz viaje deseamos al Sr.
Eusebio Gonzlez, conocido co-
merciante de esta localidad,
quien por la via area sigui
para San Jos de Costa Rica.
Para Lima
Despedimos muy atentamente
al 8r. Juan Francisco Patter-
son y Sra. Edelmlra Brio; de
Patterson quienes siguieron ga-
ra Lima, Per donde pasarn
una temporada visitando a sus
hijos el Teniente Manuel Amat
y Len y Sra. Oraclela Patter-
son de Amat y Len.
Par Colombia
Sigui para Colombia la Sra
Eva de Vengoechea, a quien de-
seamos un feliz viaje.
Para Miami
En viaje de placer sigui para
AGRADECIMIENTO
La familia RAMOS VILLALOBOS,
agradece por este medio las manifestaciones de condolencia,
telegramas y ofrendas florales de parte de sus amistades,
que en una u otra forma la acompaaron en su dolor por la
prdida irreparable de su querida madre, la Sra.
Doa Clotilde Villalobos vda. de Ramea
ocurrida recientemente.
LA CREACIN
ha recibido HOY
Medias NYLON
"Phoenix" 45-30 a 1.60
"Mojud" 51-15 a 1.95
"iojud" 60-15 a 2.25
"Dexdale" 54-15 a 2.25
en talonera negra y chocolate
"Dexdale" 66-15 a 2.75
"Holeproof" de malla a "2.25
Todas estas medias en cobres
de ltima moda.
Tambin le ofrece hoy La Creacin
Nuevo surtido de VESTIDOS
en SEDA y ALGODN
Talla. ... 9 a 42
desde 7-95
ESPECIAL
BRASIERES "PERMALIFT"
TALLA 36
Antes... 2.50 Hoy... 1.00
LA CREACIN
Avenida Central No. 67
PANAMA
"Articulo de Calidad a Precios Razonables"
Para Cesta Rica
A disfrutar de merecidas va-
caciones siguen maana para
San Jos de Costa Rica el Sr.
Julio Vos y Sra. Berta M. de
Vos. '
En Panam
Presentamos nuestro saludo
de bienvenida al sr. Peter Orace
Presidente de la Panagra. quien
se encuentra en esta ciudad co-
mo husped del Hotel El Pana-
m.
Para Boquete
Grato paseo deseamos a la
nina Candita Sosa, quien sigui
para Boquete a pasar una tem-
porada de vacaciones.
Para Pocri"
Acompaada de sus nios- si-
gue hoy para Pocri de Aguadul-
ce a pasar la Semana Santa la
Sra. Rosarlo Oller de Sarasque-
ta.
Enfermo
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam el Sr. Luis E. Quizado,
a quien deseamos una rpida y
completa mejora.
Restablecida
En vlaa de franca convale-
cencia abandon la Clnica San
Fernando la Sra. Evella de Ba-
rrera noticia que anotamos
complacidos.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Lola M. de Mndez
Sra. Matilde B. de Jimnez
Srta. Berta Elosa Mndez
Srta. Catalina Jimnez
Sr. Gerardo Fbrega Goyta
Nia Dora Durllng
Cumpleaos de Maana
8ra. Elida Oarcia de Paredes
de Sosa.
Sra. Holda Ponce de Arce.
Sr. Alberto Arango N.
Sr. Carlos Navarro Jr.
Sr. Alejandro Lpez Sosa
Lesinase posicin
de Argentina en la
conferencia del 26
WASHINGTON, marzo 16.
(UBIS) El Presidente Juan
Pern y otros funcionarlos ar-
g e n 11 n o s evidentemente no
comprenden el efecto adverso
que el cierre del diarlo "La
Prensa" de Buenos Aires p.o-
duce en lo? Estados Unidor y
en otras repblicas americana,
segn se expresa en fuei.tes
bien informadas de esta capi.al.
Estos funcionarlos parecen no
comprender tampoco el efecto
que probablemente tendr la si-
tuacin de La Prensa en la po-
s.cin de la Argentina en 1a
Reunin de Ministros de Rela-
ciones Exteriores que se inicia-
r en Washington el 26 de mar-
30, observan dichas fuentes. Se
considera que el cierre de La
Piensa lesiona el prestigio de
la Argentina a los ojos de las
otras repblicas americanas, y
los funcionarlos de aqui pre-
ven que Argentina ver su pv
slcln debilitada en la reunin
de Cancilleres.
En Informante dijo que an
cuando los Estados Unidos con-
sideran que se est infringien-
do el principio de libertad de
prensa en la Argentina, y we
an cuando la situacin de La
Prensa ha dado lugar a edito-
riales llenos de indignacin en
les peridicos de los Estados U-
nldos, el Gobierno de este pas
Cumpleaos
Hasta El Valle de Antn que-
remos enylar nuestras felicita-
ciones a la Bra. Sofia P. de Sn-
chez en el mejor de sus das que
festeja hoy.
o O o
RELIGIOSAS
Parroquia de San Miguel
Programa de la Semana Santa
Viernes de Dolor 7:30 Vla-
crucis y Sermn de Elncuentro
Domingo de Ramos 0 a.m Se-
dicin de las palmas, procesin
y Misa.
Lunes, Martes y Mircoles
Santo Santos Ejercicios. 7:30
Vlacruds-y Pltica.
Jueves Santo 6:30 a.m- Misa
y procesin al Monumento 3 p.
m. Lavatorio de los Apstoles,
representados por doce nios
7:30 a 8:30 Hora Santa.
Viernes Santo 8. Q/icioi re-
ligiosos. 2. Vlacrucls. 3 Sermn
de las Siete Palabras. 4 Pro-
cesin del Santo Sepulcro
Sbado de Gloria 6:30 a.n-
Trocesln con el Santsimo 6:30
y 8 Misa. 9 am Misa Solemne.
No olvide, que la Semana
Santa es Semana de santifica-
cin, y n una fiesta profana.
Medite en la vida del Salvador,
y comprela con la suya.
Asista & la Procesin del
Viernes Santo a las 4 p. m.
Sociales da Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCIN1
Tel US Aptdo 1M4
Felicitaciones
Plcenos felicitar a la seo-
ra doa Maria L. M. viuda de
Martnez, quien en el da de
ayer ajust un ao ms en
su venturosa vida que desea-
mos sea un cmulo de dicha y
prosperidad.
Cumpleaos de hoy
A la nilta Juanita Joly. hija
del hogar formado por el se-
or don Adalberto Joly y seo-
ra, le hacemos llegar nuestras
cariosas felicitaciones por ce-
lebrar en el da de .hoy el me-
jor de sus das.
Cumpleaos de maana
El seor don Julio A. Salas,
Cnsul de Holanda y Suecla en
esta ciudad, Segundo Coman-
dante del Cuerpo de Bomberos
y conocido comerciante de esta
localidad, celebra maana s-
bado su onomstico. Sea ello
motivo para enviarle un cor-
dial saludo de felicitacin.
Celebra maana su primer
ao de vida el niito Michael
L "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Presentamos la fotografa del seor Richard B. Osgood, Sub-
Gerente del Hotel El Panam, y iu bella esposa, Katherine
Lunsford de Osgood, quien llev el titulo de Reina de Belleza
del estado de Arizona en 1950. Los felices desposados sor. fe-
licitados por el seor Joseph' R. Cunningham, Gerente del
Hotel El Panam, durante la recepcin ofrecida en el saln
Washington de El Panam el da 13 de Marzo de 1951.
considera que se trata de un pro-
blema que corresponde a la Ar-
gentina solucionar.
La situacin de La Prensa fu
mencionada en lunes por Ed-
ward G Miller, Secretarlo de
Estado Auxiliar para los Apun-
tos InteramericanoB, quien ma-
nifest a los periodistas que co-
mo "amigo de la Argentina'' se
senta "hondamente preocupa-
do" por el hecho de que ese
diario no pueda reanudar su
publicacin. Miller regres "ia-
ce algunos das de una jira por
varios pases suramerlcanos.
CONSTRUCCIN DE LAS COLONIAS INFANTILES. Rpidamente avanza la construccin
del local donde sern alojados los nios en las colonias infantiles patrocinadas por el Club
de Leones en la Carretera Transistmlca. El domingo se verifica el sorteo para acopiar fondos
a beneficio de esta obra altruista.
Richard 8enn, hijo de los espo-
sos seor Warren Senn y Sra.
Amparo Vllar de Senn. Hasta
los Estados Unidos, donde se
encuentra el pequeo Michael,
le hacemos llegar nuestro cari-
oso saludo y un cordial saludo
a sus amorosos padres.
Celebra maana sbado un
ao ms de vida la nia Ma-
ritza Lpez. Con tal motivo la
felicitamos y le deseamos mu-
chos parabienes.
CaWomial
CONOCIDA POR SU
FAMOSO SOL FAMOSA TIERRA
FAMOSA UVA-V NATURAIMENTEI
FAMOSOS
VINOS
OPORTO
SHERRY
MOSCATEL
BURGUNDY
SAUTERNE
l00'9k,kl
'JxC.
'II
Siempre ha dictado la
Moda en
TRAJES DE BAO
Y los ltimos modelos
llegaron donde
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ASTI. CALIFORNIA
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FABRICADO EN NUESTROS
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acabamos de recibir
Faldas.. desde 3.95
Novedosos estilo en todos colore
de gabardina, y algodn
con estampados
Slacks.. desde 4.95
de Gabardina
i Shorts........2.50
Blusas.. desde 1.98
en todo colorea.
Lisas y estampada,
de Rayn, Algodn y Nylon
Recuerde que tenemos un bellsimo surtido
de Trajes de Bao
"GAJSTNER"
w
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Ave. Central 115
Para conservarse fresca y elegante durante il dim
\. Emplee la Colonia Lotut para el eut y 1 cabelle,
en~ei hafl y en la repa. Emplee la a menudo y
la coniervar freeca durante todo el da,
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Y A R D L E V [oIua (ooyn*
iCclaaia LMut)
H*r mrt CWwuu 1 trUy, imltfftnd un* nn ti
uhctd. ftrjvm Smi Strt*.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
____. ..VIERNES, MARZO 1, 1S51
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc.
que ia ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
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KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
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Miscelneas
.APROVECHE:Pintura* y oimoltos
okH* brillante! oruobo de moho.
1.3.25 foln. Almoconot Trooiou-
ri.
SI VINDIN:Clovot. ubori naflro,
acoro acanalado, Fir-Ta lcortn
aislador oral cioloi rototl moot-
rai, lavamanoi. eicuiadoi. etc. 4
lo precio* mal bajo en plate.
AGENCIAS GL01ALIS. Vio Etpi-
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de 26 pulgadas, mostradores d*
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de cortor marco "Eastman" de ^
pulgodos. todo como nuevo y o
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146.
VENDO:Pintura, roja, negra, re-
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puertas usadas). Gernimo de Lo
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SE VENDE:Por viaje, gallinas fi-
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SE VENDE:Adquiera sus tiquetes
de la Rifa ido Los Leones, por Sis-
tema de Club en La Casa del Pan-
toln. Si no se lo gana pagando B.
1.00 semonal durante Doce Sema-
nas tambin se le entregar su ti-
quete.
SE VENDE:Equipo para restauran-
tes: Neveras, calentador, estufas,
cofeteria, registradora, etc. Callo
18 Este Bis No. 71.________________
S VENDEN: -- 2,000 docenas de
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etc. Telfono 2-4350.
SE VENCE: Un piano Wurlitzer.
precio mdico. Ave. Ecuador No.
7.'
SU JARDN Embellzcalo usando
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Tel. 3-2555 Paoom de 7 o 8
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Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Cao do
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ANCO.
INVIRTALO IN COMPRAS
SOLIDAS
Lotes en la Urbomzacin "El Congre-
jo". Cholet de 2 a 4 recmaras
on los distintos sectores de la ciu-
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lente ubicacin on la Urbanizacin
' Las Cumbres". Lotes por hect
reos en la Carretera Transistmica.'
Paro informacin completa
ROBERTO MIRO, TELEFONO 2-1215
SE VENDE: Caso mixto en Son
Francisco, Calle 15 No. 37 en B.
9,500. Entrevistarse con Matilde
Prez, cantina "La Caboa", Chi-
libre. ^^_____
SE VENDE: Casa completamente
amoblada a orilla de la playo de
Gorgona, planta de gas, depsito,
toller. Telfono 3164. Bolboa. Ca-
sa 718-8, Prado, Ballboa.
Tiene Ud. un lote en El Cangrejo,
Campo Alegre o Bella Vista? No-
sotros le haremos la acora o buen
precio. Colvio y Roquer, Tel. 2-
0540 oficinas Villanueva y Tejeira,
Calle 15 Este No. 2.
SE VENDE:Chalet grande de cua-
tro recmaras, dos servicios, porch,
comedor, sala, cocina espacioso,
adicional casita de dos cuartos con
sus servicios, buena localidad, pa-
tio grande, toda cercada, ideol pa-
ra familio numeroso. Precio razo-
noble. Tel. 182. aportodo 1091.
Coln.
VENTA DI EDIFICIOS
El Canal de Panam ofrece en vento
al mejor postor los edificios nmeros
202 y 204, todos situados en Para-
so. Se recibirn propuestas sellados
en la oficina del Supply and Service
Director en Balboa Heights hosta los
10:30 A. M. del dio 28 de Marzo de
1951 cuando se abrirn en pblico.
los formulorios de propuesta con de-
talles completos podrn obtenerse en
los oficinas del Supply and Service
Director, Bolboa Heights, y de los
Clubhouse Manager en Paraso.
SE NECESITA
Domstico!
SE NECESITA:Carguera. Traiga re-
ferencias. Vio Espoa 71 o llame
al 3-1936.
SE NECESITA; Empleada, debo
dormir en el trabajo. Avenida Cu-
ba No, 58. Apto. I.
SE NECESITA:Carguera con expe-
riencia, Sra. Maker Ave. Nicanor
de Obarrio No. 1 Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA: Sirvienta pora la
limpieza y servicio. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Traigo referencias.
Calle 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Sirvienta pora la
limpieza y servicio. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Traiga referencias.
Callo 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Niera con expe-
riencia, muy buen sueldo. Colle
Colombio No. 20, Apto. 4.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento on
Avenida Mxico final y callo 43
Esto, llamo 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente. No. 4, cali* la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMIRA SE
. ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos con muebles o sin ellos. Comu-
niqese con oficina edificio Al-
hambra, calle 10, No. 8061, Co-
ln. Telfono 1386.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE NECESITA:Empleoda con expe-
riencia. Calle 51 Este, casa No. 5.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora cui-
dar nios y oyudor en cocino. Dor-
mir en empleo. Calle 44 No. 30.
ALQUILASE:Aportomento muy c-
modo, amplio, con garage, etc. ca-
sa 5, colle Primero, Perejil, B.70.
00. Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepa
lavar y planchar. Tiene que dormir
en el empleo. Vio Espaa No. 21
Apto. 3._________________________
LECCIONES
NOVATOS:Aprendan tocar piono
en curso de 20 lecciones. 6 me-
ses. Tambin curso de 15 leccio-
nes, especiales en msica popular
paro alumnos de msica clasica.
Estudio Bennett, Juan B. Sosa, No.
9. Tel. 2-1282.
POR DOCENA Pollos rojos New
Hompshihres de 2,Vi a 3 libra.
Pora informes. Tel. 3-2555 Pana-
m. 7 o 8. o.m.
MISCELNEA
0. BROUWERPintor de caso*, con-
tritisto. cornejos tcnicos, garan-
ta por jn co. cresupuesto* gratis.
Tel. 2-1276
DERECHO DE FAMILIA Y CE SUCE-
SIONES del Profesor Morv.-el Cano
Llopis. Recomendada oficialmente.
Resulta tilsima para Abogados.
Padres de familia y para las mu-
jeres, ha dicho la Doctoro Peo,
distinguida comentoristo. Adquie-
ra su eiemplar. Agencios TONO
GONZALEZ. Calle 5a. No. 24.
Plaza de Catedral.
PESCADORES DE CAMARONES:
Nasa comercial de camarones, se-
mi-nosa. bastidor extendido, esti-
lo regular y de Texos. Precio ro-
tonoble. Reparaciones completas
de pesca. "Servicios y Ventos
Abemothy." Representante Manu-
factureros. Avenida Tivoli No. 14,
opartamento 13. Tel. 2-3535. Pa-
nam.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con oceite de aguacote. De venta
n los farmocios y en los buenos
o'mocenes.
SE VENDE
Motores
t VENDEN:Do* olonriros elctri-
cos Diesel, morco "Witt*" -O 5
kilowat.oi codo una. nuevo, todo-
va en tus respectivos cotos y con
toblero do dntribucion. Garantios.
B. 1.300.00 codo uno. Tel. 3-
1030. o colla 46. No. 13. Guordio.
?edro Albizu
c'.e Octubre pasado.
Alblz. cuyos copartidarios
'rataron de asesinar al Prc.i-
ente Truman el lo. de Novkm-
re pasado, fu sentenciado el
' 0 de Febrero a 10 aos y n.c-
e meses de prisin por pi-
: esln Ilegal 0% armas y explo-
sivos. Alblz deber cumpl.- a-
ora una condena minima ci
'7 aos y nueve meses.
Alblz puede ser condena-
re a otros 20 aos de prli.n
i es declarado culpable del cv.r-
0 do conspirar para derrotar
1 Gobierno constituido cor nie-
lo de la fuerza y la vloleivi.-.
"odavia no se na filado la e-
ha de la audiencia.
Sioiii oara Estados
bia si el mdico que lo atenda
recomendara que pospusiera su
"laje. ya que el Sr. Arango, des-
de tiempo atrs deba someierse
i tratamiento en un hospital.
En la reniriencia del seor
Arango se Inform esta maa-
na que haba seguido a Coln
y que habla tomado p" el va-
por para hace* su viaje.
SE VENDER**4qurane. Bien borato
por motivo d* viaje. Callo 18 Este
Bu No. 70 esto ciudod.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, carro
Lincoln, 1946, en perfectas con-
. diciones. precio quemo. Farmacia
Ruiz, Panam.
SE VENDE:1947 Oldsmobile 98,
llantos nuevas, radio, cubre asien-
tos. Prigidaire. porcelana. 7 pies.
Caso 419-C, Cocoli o Taller
"William Bros."
SE VENDE:Por motivo vio je, Ca-
mioneto de 7 pasajeros, B.550.00
morco Dodge militar, doble trans-
misin, perfectas condiciones. In-
formaciones Agencias Thomos.
Bienes Raices, Tel. 3-1069. Ave.
Central 259.
SE VENDE"Estufa Magic Chef" en
perfectas condiciones, B.20. Radio
RCA,' 5 tubos, 3 bondos, B.20.
Dos cornos con springs Simmons y
colchn, B.20 coda uno. Mesito de
centro. 2 poltronas y 2 sillasB.10.
Mquina de coser "Singer" con
motor, 7 gavetas, en funciona-
miento, perfecto estado. B.100.
Llamar al telfono 3-1704.
SE VENDE :NDos Chevrolet 1947
de 4 puertas, 1 camin de plata-
forma, Chevrolet 1942 de 1 1-2
toneladas. The Texas Company
(PanamaI Inc. Frente a la Coca
Cola. Tel. 2-0620.
SE COMPRA
RECIBO OFERTAS paro la compra de
lo siguientes acciones: 120Agen-
cios Lumina, S. A., comunes; 50
Arongo & Lyons, preferidas; 500
Arongo & Lyons, comunes; 1,750
Clnica San Fernando, comunes;
300Destiladora Nacional, comu-
nes; 4,378Hoteles Interomeri-
canos. comunes; 800Ca. Lefe-
vre. preferidas; 1,750Ci, Le-
fevre, comunes; 300Ca. Pana-
meo de Fuerza y Luz, preferidos;
47,000Rep. de Ponom. 4.
bonos; 100Storey Engineering,
comunes; 3,620Tierras de Cha-
gres, comunes; 350Tierras de
Chegres, preferidas. Ocurra a Julio
Quijano.
SE NECESITAN:Butaca* do teatro
Ojuo seen do aogundo mano, do
modera o cualquier otro clase. Lla-
me Sr. Martines, Panam-Amrica.
Tel. 2-0740.
SE COMPRA.SEBO FRITO I Derre-
tido) de primera calidad a B.0.15
la libra nata, en cualquier can-
tidad de Panam. Se advierte que
so rechazar todo sebo de proce-
dencia extranjera a todo sebo ne-
cionol que haya sido mezclado con
sebo exlrm-iero CA PANAMEA
DE ACEITES. S. A.. Carretera del
Aeropuerto. Tel. 3-1371.
SE COMPRA:COPRA do produc-
cin nocional exclusivamente, en
cualquier cantidad a B. 250.00
lo tcneloda de 2,000 lbs. netos bien
limpia y seca, puesto y pesada en
nuestra planta de la ciudad do Pa-
nam. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Aportodo 1910.
Ponom, R. P. Tel. 3-1371.
PERDIDO
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:A precio de quema, re-
frigeradora Servel de gos o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nueva. Todava est
en su cojo. Farmacia La Esperan-
za ___ Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
SE VENDE: rsjtfrigeradora Crosley
Shelvodor 10* '.948, 60 ciclos B.
325, alfombr^. Verde, nueva, 9' x
15' B.55.00, canap Simmons, B.
65.00. juego de comedor caoba,
espejos grandes, dems muebles de
cosa. Bliss 2166-C. Callo 8a. Cu-
rund Tel. 6191. PAD.
SE VENDE:Estante de tres cuerpos
casi nuevo. Calle Darin No. 6,
Apto. 13. Rolando Noli.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
claro, ventilado. Colle Colombia
No. 8. Apto. 5.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento amplio,
3 recmaras, etc. cosa 10 calle
Uruguoy, B.85.00.
ALQUILASE: Apartamento dos re-
camaros, sala-comedor, etc., casa
84, calle Estudiante B.75.00 y
tambin otro, B.65, misma cosa.
Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos en
primer piso, altos edificio teatro
Central, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuatro
cuartos, bao y cocina, B.40.00.
Amoblados, B.60.00. Belisario Po-
rras No. 4, media cuadra playa.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726
y 2-1728.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento grande
do un piso solo, en Avenido Nor-
te No. 63-A. Ocurra all mismo.
SEaALQUILA:Aportomento, en Son
Francisco, plonta baja, casa de
madera. Telfono 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, rec-
mara grande, sala y cocina am-
plio. Bien situado, bonito jardn.
B.40.00. 4247. Pueblo Nuevo.
SE ALQUILA:aAPortamento moder-
no, calle 15 No. 6. San Francis-
co. Informas all misino.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento en A-
venida Cuba No. 15. al lodo del
Museo Nocional. Paro informes
ocurro Avenida Per No. 23, Apto.
4, bajos.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, olambrados
B.65.00. Belisario Porras No. 56,
Hove aportomento 3. Telfono 3-
0841 frente Teatro Edn.
SE ALQUILAUno piea a matrimo-
nio responsable sin nios. Colle
7a. No. 11 segundo alto de 1 7
p. m.
SE VENDE:Estufa elctrico nuevo,
calentador de ogua, mesas de mo-
saicos, herramientas de carpinte-
ra, barato. Francisco de la Osso,
No. 30, Apto. 12.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
ALQUILASE:Chalet dos recmoros,
sola, comedor, garage, etc. calle
"W", Parque Lefevre. B.50. Lla-
me telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA: Oportunidad. Caso
amoblada. Arraijn, con o sin cho-
fer. Semono Santo. Precio razona-
ble. Gernimo de la Osso No. 3,
Apto. 30, Alzamora.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILAN: Cuortos refigero-
cin. carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes colle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a hombre so-
lo. Coso serio. Calle 18 Este No.
18, Avenido Centrol, Panom.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande pora
jvenes solteros o caballeros soles.
Ocurro calle 37 No. 6 "SALON
CARMEN" telfono 3-0713.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
entrado Independiente, B.6.00
semanales. Avenido Ernesto Lefe-
vre, Parque Lefevre. Cosa No. 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
una persona solo. Entroda inde-
pendiente. Calle 46 No. 27, apor-
tomento 12. Bello Visto.
SE NECESITA Cuarto oara ta-
bellare artero aua puado orvir
pora residencia oficina. Tal.
2-27U.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en calle J pa-
ra persona sola. Informo* Tel. 3-
0098.
PFRDIDA- Colculodoro Sueca, de
oficino. Fcil, modelo LX No. 104,!
671. Lo nica calci'rdcro de su!
clase en la Reobliro de Pono-1
rr Favor llamar Tel. 2-2003,1
_ Ponom, recompenso. '
SE ALQUILA
Local situado en la esojuina
de Avenida B y Calle 14 Este.
el centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. t-3436 Calle IB Este #4
SE ALQUILA Aportomentos mo-
dernos de una recmoro B.45.00,
de dos recmaras B.65.00. Ave-
nida Jos de Fbrego No. 16. Pa-
sadena. Telfono 3-1070, familio
Herrero.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficino.
arribo del Teatro Centrol.
iE ALQUILAN:Excluslvoment* po-
ra oficinas locales cntricos en los
altos do Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 y 10 con-
tuvo*.
SE ALQUILAN:Oficinas comercia-
les en el Edificio de la Cmaro de
Comercio, esquino de lo Avenida
Ecuador y Avenida Cubo, cada
oficina tiene su servicio indepen-
diente.
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial en
calle Corlos A. Mendoza No. 68.
Ocurra all mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Local comerciol am-
plio, bien situado, propio para ofi-
cinas. Colle Chiriqu No. 2, 100
Balboas. Telfonos 2-2948 2-
?739.
SE ALQUILA:Local paro oficina,
toller, negocio. Avenido Per, es-
quina calle 36, B.60.00. Patter-
son, 3-1001.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITAN:Ebonistos exper-
tos. Buenos bornizodores, Vio Be-
lsono Porras No. 130.
SE NECESITA:Cortador de vidrio.
Ca. Dulcidlo Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mcsoicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE NECESITAN;Alternadoras. Buen
sueldo. Pora informes Club Zom-
by calle Carlos A. Mendoza No.
65.
SE NECESITA:Dos hombres con
experiencia on ventas. Avenido
Control 47 Apto. 24.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
TODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
CERRADURAS
para casaSj *
BISAGRAS. .
CLAVOS
de diferentes tamaos.
FREGADORES
con gabinetes
72" x 25
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
.COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
. NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
MOTORES BELGAS
A.C.E.C.
desde 16 H.P. hasta 40 H.P.
PRECIOS INCREBLES.
Consulte: Tel. 2-2847
l\ So aLMA..N_.E,_tJ3
Los Congresos
gentlna".
Record que se haba opues-
to al reciente prstamo de Es-
tados Unidos a la Argentina y
que desde hacia largo tiempu
pensaba: "SI podemos traba-
jar con Pern, por qu no ha-
cerlo con Hitler, Mussolini y
Stalin ?"
En Buenos Aires, la Confe-
deracin General del Trabajo
comunic que "ha venido ob-
servando con detenida aten-
cin el desarrollo del conflicto
con la empresa capitalista del
diario La- Prensa y sobre todo
la reaccin patronal frente a
la firme actitud asumida por
los trabajadores en defensa de
sus derechos. La empresa del
diarlo La Prensa, lejos de bus-
car un entendimiento que pu-
diera dar solucin al pleito, ha
mantenido una actitud de In-
transigencia cuya explicacin
slo debe buscarse en el pro-
psito de buscar como lo hecho
siempre en la larga y triste
trayectoria de los justificados
anhelos de los trabajadores de
mejorar sus condiciones de vi-
da. La Prensa cuenta para ello
con la opulencia que se apre-
cia en muchos millones de pe-
sos o dlares, en tanto que los
nicos afectados son, los tra-
bajadores -en un conflicto que
la empresa prolonga delibera-
damente con el propsito de
rendirlos por el hambre".
El Congreso, que ha convo-
cado por el Presidente Pern,
se reunir a las 3 de la tarde
para decidir la suerte del dia-
rio independiente La Prensa.
Al convocar el Congreso, el
Presidente Pern dijo que la
accin del Congreso era nece-
saria, ya que la disputa entre
La Prensa y los vendedores do
diarios haba resultado en una
"Intensa campaa''' para hacer-
le dao al prestigio internacio-
nal de Argentina".
El decreto de convocatoria
no mencionaba las medidas es-
pecificas que se pediran a las
dos Cmaras, ambas de las cua-
les estn controladas por Pern.
Sin embargo, la Unin de Pren-
sa, controlada por el Gobier-
no, le pidi anoche al Presi-
dente Pern la expropiacin del
diario "para que ste trabaje en
beneficia comn del pueblo ar-
gentino de acuerdo con manda-
tos consttiuclonales".
Primero robo 30 mil dlares,
despus carg con 200 mil
NUEVA YORK, Marzo (UP)
Un hombre elegantemente
vestido, que hace tres semanas
entr a una joyera de la 5a.
Avenida y se march con un
brazalete de 30 mil dlares, vol-
vi a entrar en el mismo esta-
blecimiento y escap con 200
mil dlares en joyas.
La Polica Inform que el a-
saltante entr en el estableci-
miento y encerr al dueo y
un cliente y varios dependien-
tes en el cuarto de atrs, paaf
escapar entre el gentio de la.
5a. Avenida, despus de llevar*
se tres bandejas con joyas.
Segn los dependientes sta,
mismo hombre lleg a la tlen*
da y comenz a mirar varia*
prendas, retirndose tranquila*
mente- Cuando llegaba a la
puerta, se not la falta de ti*
brazalete, pero ya era tarda
En aquella ocasin no por tab
armas, pero hoy s, amenazo)
al que se atreviera a gritar.
En papel de fumar reciban
informes en clave de espas
checoeslovacos en Londres
AHORRE
PASANDO SUS VACACIONES EN El
BOQUETE
Altura 3800 pies.
Tarifa*: Incluyendo la 3 comida*. Onda:
[Otariamente: B7 8.00 y moa
. Seroanalmenlc: B/S0.M y tais
I'orifu oapcrlalr* para fassvllla hus-
ped*! de larfo tiempo
Pora reservaciones llame por Telefono
eacrlba o telegrafe
HOTEL PANAMONTE, Boquete
o visite a su Agente de Viajas
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
* La ftis antjgua.
o La ms acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Rio Abajo #2154 Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
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CLAVOS
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ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Va Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
LONDRES, marzo 16. (UP)
El Secretario de Justicia, Sir
Hartley 8hawcross revel la t-
xistencla de un grupo de espas
Checoeslovacos en ese pas, que
transmitan los informes en
clave en papel de umar y re-
ciban instrucciones en pelcu-
las microscpicas escondidas- en
cajillas de fsforos
Shawcross compareci ante la
Comisin Gubernamental que
estudia el caso para privar de
la ciudadana. Britnica a Ccrl
Strauss, de 51 aos que se di-
ce ocult el hecho de que reci-
ba dinero del Gobierno Che-
coeslovaco para que le transmi-
tiera informes.
Lo extrao del caso, es que
Strauss podra haber enviado
esos informes por carta sin
problema alguno; ya que Shaw-
cross admiti que no se trata-
ban de informes secretos milita-
res o de otra naturaleza. Sin
embargo. Shawcross advirti
que "este hombre fu prepa-
El Departamento
seal que al llegar al Parale-
lo 38 las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas tendran que
continuar una guerra de ma-
niobras, ya que no hay, en esa
zona, donde establecer una l-
nea de defensa adecuada. Ade-
ms, manifest que con el mis-
mo nmero de soldados que se-
rian necesarios para defender
la linea Junto al Paralelo po-
dra expulsarse a los comunis-
tas chinos de Corea.
Los observadores consideran
que la cuestin del Paralelo 3P.
debe plantearse hoy cuando el
Secretario de Estado Adjunto,
Dean Rusk, celebre su entre-
vista semanal con los represen-
tantes de los pases cuyas fuer-
7-as luchan en Corea. Sin em-
bargo, las decisiones f i n a les
tendran que ser tomadas en
las Naciones Unidas, al menos
extraoficialmente.
Cincuenta espacios
tracciones propias de una foila
para que concurran a tttcuu
erlas con sus espectculos y a-
tracciones.
El enorme entusiasmo y ani-
macin que ha despertado eta
ieria garantiza el xito ecouo-
mlco de todas las atracciones
t,ue en ella se monten y se da-
rn todas clases de comodida-
des a todos los empresarios que
deseen participar en ella.
Para detalles pueden dirigir-
se por correo al apartado 187
o por telfono a los nmeros
412,. 1037. 21433-J y 31, o per-
sonalmente a la oficina del co-
mit organizador en la calle 13
y ave. Melndez edificio Santa
Isabel, o al seor Jos Maria
Gonzlez o al seor Mario Ju-
lio de la imprenta El Indepen-
diente.
Por las buenas
ta por temor a los rumores oe
violencia que circularon des-
pus del asesinato del Premier
Ali Razmara. Las amenazas de-
can que "otros traidores" ten-
dran el mismo fin que Razma-
ra, y fueron publicadas en el
rgano de publicidad del FlJa-
yn Islam, uno de cuyos miem-
bros asesin al Premier.
La produccin de petrleo de
Irn basta para .abastecer la
mitad de las fuerzas navaks y
areas del occidente.
Fuentes del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores de Gran
Bretaa han declarado que si
Irn sigue adelante con el plan
de nacionalizacin, Gran Bre-
taa llevar probablemente el
asunto a la Corte Internacional
de Justicia de La Haya, pero el
asunto quizs tardaran ao.; en
ser resuelto y en Londres se
teme lo que pueda ocurrir en-
tre tanto.
Hasta ahora, ningn barril de
petrleo Iranio ha Ido a Rx.sia
o sus satlites, pero como Irn
tiene una tratado con Rusia,
esta podra conseguir "por tes
buenas o los malas" el petr-
leo que necesitarla para una
larga guerra, pues dicho trata-
do contiene una clusula que
estipula que Rusia puede' enviar
tropas a Irn si este pais se ve
amepazado por la intervencin
armada extranjera o conveli-
do en base militar contra Ru-
sia. Mosc lnovc dicha clu-
sula en 1941. arguyendo que e>-
r.ias nazis tenan armas ocul-
tas en Irn.
La Compaa Petrolera Anglo
Irana tiene un tratado con I-
rn por 60 aos, en virtud del
cual le paga a Irn una rega-
lia que en 1950 alcanz el 33-1-2
| ^or ciento.
rado para labores de espinala
de modo que podra ser ex!re
madamente til a un Gobierna
enemigo en caso de que sur-
gleraNina situacin ms grave".
Strauss naci en Austria t.
adquiri la ciudadana Checoes- ,
lovaca despus de la primera '
guerra mundial y fu a Gran,'
Bretaa en 1942 en donde sa
hizo ciudadano britnico en'
1M8.
Shawcross dijo que Strauss
se reunia con otros agentes
checoeslovacos en lugares p
bucos y les entregaba informe* i
ce-piados en papel de fumar i
muy fino dentro de paquete'
de cigarrillos. Otros agentes, a
su vez, comunicaban rdenes
del Gobierno Checoeslovaco a
Strauss en pelculas microsc-
picas en capillas de fsforos JJ
Reaccin universal \
SAN" ANTONIO, Tejas Marz<
16 (UP) El "San Antonio E-
vening News" public un ar-
ticulo editorial sobre La Pren-
sa de Buenos Aires diciendo qva
el cierre de ese peridico de^e
"servir como recordatorio do
que la libertad de informacin,
en lo que a publicacin de pe-
ridicos se refiere, puede ser a-
ectada por otros medios qjo
la incautacin de talleres de
diarios o la detencin de di-
rectores y propietarios".
PARIS, Marzo 16 UP) El
Partido Unin Socialista y De-
mocrtica de resistencia pre-
sent en la Asamblea Nacional
un proyecto de resolucin er.-*
presando el "pesar" de la opi-
nin democrtica francesas pir
el cierre de La Prensa ds
Buenos Aires. -v
El proyecto de resolucin
ce: "La Asamblea Nacional,
profundamente deseosa de p t-
servar los lazos de amistad quei
nunca han cesado de unir a 'a, |
Repblica Francesa y las Re-
pblicas Latino Americanas:;
Expresa el pesar sentido po. a
opinin democrtica francesa
por las medidas tendientes a
impedir la publicacin de un
peridico independiente en Bue-
nos Aires, que ponen en pelero
al principio de la libertad i
Prensa".
MONTREAL. Canad Marzo
16 (UPi El diario conservn-
cor "Montreal Gazette" en Ml
principal editorial dice que La
Prensa de Buenos'Aires "se (ti-
zo intolerable al rgimen da |
Pern porque era una limita-
cin a su autoridad", y porquo
inislsta en publicar las t.o-
t-clas con fidelidad".
"Lo que sucede en ArgenUra
con respecto a La Prensa es
justamente lo que ocurre cuan-
te el poder comunista se torna
absoluto".
DETROIT. Mich. Marzo 1
(UP) El "Free Press" Jico
edltorialmente que "al parecer
ia clausura de La Prensa ha
logrado un completo xito y
queda com una terrible leccin
objetiva".
BONN Alemania. Marzo 18)
(UP) y "Semanario Cat-
lico" en un artculo especial a
tres columnas sobre la clausura
de La Prensa de Buenos Ai.cs
dice: "No solo en Argentina,
sino tambin en toda Sur Am-
rica existe hondo inters por
la lucha que por su indepen-
dencia sostiene La Prensa, el
diario ms grande argentino.
Ahora se ha confirmado la pie-
suncln que esta vez se trota
de un ataque de grandes jr.
yecclones planeado y concen-
trado contra un diarlo que de-
grada a las esferas del Gobier-
no por su actitud liberal y
valiente".
MANILA, Filipinas, Maizo
16 (UP) El matutino 'Ma-
nila Chronicle" en un edltoi.al
dice: "El General Pern y s\i
cohorte, sin duda se sentirn
Iclices del triunfo de la fuerza
sobre la razn- Indudablemen-
te estarn satisfechos que con
el poder del Estado nue los iv-
oalda hayan logrado sllenc.ar
la voz de la libertad en Ar-
gentina".
WASHINGTON. Marzo 16 (UP
El Comit Ejecutivo del CIO
aprob una resolucin deplo-
rando la clausura de La Pren.a
de Buenos Aires. La organlaH '
?.ln. con seis mfllone de afi-
liados, dice que "la dictadura
de Pern ha seguido el pnx-':-
dimlento que tan bien cono 'e
el movimiento obrero. Primero
se suprimen a los sindicatos li-
bres y se expulsan a los adver-
arlos polticos Entonces se a-
taca a una por una a las .
tituclones democrticas. Ya
ha dado el golpe final. L Pren-
sa no ha podido publicarse tc.;-
de hace cerca de dos mets"


JES. MARZO 18. 1951
Washington es
(xcelente para
por JOHN A. GILKS
(N.A.N.A.'
tVASHINGiUN, Marzo 16
.PSi. El Departamento de
Ifensa est adquiriendo gran-
ts ext en Jones de tierra en
kryland y el este de Pen-
Ivania, segn parece con el
h de construir un "segundo
Intgono" subterrneo para
i- usado en caso de guerra,
rque la ciudad de Washlng-
) constituye un excelente
anco para un ataque aereo.
En Julio pasado el Depar-
nento anunci que se cons-
Jra en el campamento Rit-
lie, en Maryland, un centro
llclonal de comunicaciones,
mo resultado de planes que
comenzaron a redactar po-
despus de terminar la se-
nda guerra mundial.
-Jesde ese breve anuncio, el
Ipartaraento ha guardado si-
falo sobre el proyecto, pero
J sabido que el mencionado
Impamento, que estaba en
anos de la Guardia Nacio-
ll de Maryland, fu puesto
[jo control del gobierno fe-
Eral.
terrenos del condado
ams, e^ Pensilvaniam pro-
no al campamento Ritchie,
estn haciendo excavucio-
para el mencionado cen-
de comunicaciones, que se-
utilizado como "centro
rvioso" de las fuerzas r-
idas norteamericanas en ca-
de una guerra general. '
os ltimos Informes sobre
npras de tierras por el De-
tain en to de Defensa pro-
ven de Green Castle, Pen-
Ivania, y Hagerstown, Mary-
fcd, indicando los ex prople-
Irlos que se les ha dicho
le sus tierras sern usadas
I conexin con' los trabajos
fl campamento Ritchie.
En cuanto a Washington, es
_. blanco Ideal para ataques
lmlgos, por las razones si-
lientes:
El, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETl
un blanco
bombardeo
1 An durante el mal tiem-
po, la ciudad es fcil de lo-
calizar desde el aire porque el
rio Potomac, con sus curvas
caractersticas es elaramente
registrado por una pantalla
de radar. Por simples opera-
ciones de triangulacin basa-
das en las imgenes de tales
curvas un aviador enemigo
podra atacar la ciudad y has-
ta detertnlnados edificios.
2.El Pentgono, donde se
alojan las principales oficinas
de las fuerzas armadas, ofre-
ce un blanco particularmente
excelente para ataques areos.
Con el propsito de unificar
en lo posible los servicios, el
alto mando de las fuerzas ar-
madas ocupa una parte deter-
minada del enorme edificio, y
es indudable que un "tren-
de bombas corrientes termina-
ra con esa seccin.
3.Toda regln en que el
Pentgono est ubicado, asi
como sus alrededores, ofrecen
un buen blanco para ataques
atmicos, porque es una de*
presin que no tiene protec-
cin especial. Adems, las
bombas arrojadas sobre el ro
Potomac produciran una nie-
bla radioactiva mortal.
4,Los principales edificios
del gobierno federal estn a
lo largo una linea de no-
roeste a suroeste con el Capi-
tolio en un extremo de la A-
venlda Pcnsllvania y la Casa
Blanca al otro, presentando un
blanco verdaderamente excep-
cional.
5En una distancia de qui-
nientas yardas hay tras puen-
tes importantes, uno de los
cuales es el eslabn entre sec-
ciones norte y sur de los Es-
tados Unidos.
6.Dos aerdromos militares
Boiling y Anacostla as co-
mo el aeropuerto nacional, se
encuentran reunidos en una
misma zona.

Enviamos nuestras mis sinceras
felicitaciones a la Srta. Adriana
Edith Quinn, quien cumple aos
hoy. Sus padres le ofrecern una
simptica fiestecita.
Abren un concurso
de arte en el
Brasil este ao
El Museo de Arte Moderna
de 8ao Paulo, Brasil, con el
objeto de proporcionar una vi-
sin tan completa como sea
posible de las actuales ten-
dencias de arte moderna, re-
solvi instituir y realizar la
Primra Bienal del Museo de
Arte 'Moderna de Sao Paulo,
que tendr lugar en Octubre
de 1951.
La Importancia de ese acon-
tecimiento no es slo el as-
pecto propiamente artstico de
la Exposicin, como tambin
el valor de los premios que
en ella se conferir, los cua-
les igualarn los premios ya
tradicionales de los Bienales
de Venecia.
Congreso de Derecho Internal
celebrarn en Madrid en 19.51
Del 2 a'. 12 de Octubre del
corriente ao se celebrar en
Madrid el Primer Congreso
Hispano Ruso Americano de
Derecho Internacional. La
clausura del Congreso coinci-
dir con el da de la Fiesta
de la Raza, de especial sig-
nificacin este ao en que e
conmemora el Quinto Cente-
nario del nacimiento de la
Reina Isabel la Catlica, que
tanto Intervino en la organi-
zacin del Primer Viaje de
Cristbal Coln, descubridor
de ese continente para la ci-
vilizacin occidental.
El Presidente de la Comisin
Organizadora del Congreso es
el Dr. Jos de Yanguas Mes-
sla, Catedrtico de Derecho
Internacional de la Universi-
dad de Madrid. Los secreta-
rlos son el Dr. Manuel Fra-
ga Iribarne, catedrtico de
Derecho Poltico y Subdirector
del Seminario de Problemas
Hispanos Americanos y el Dr.
Luis Qarcia Arlas, Catedrtico
de Derecho Internacional de
la Universidad de Zaragoza.
Los catedrticos de Derecho
Internacional de las Universi-
dades Hispanoamericanas y
portuguesas sern invitados
especiales para este congreso.
Los temas que sern objeto
de deliberacin singular du-
rante las reuniones son los si-
guientes: a) El problema de
la doble nacionalidad; b) La
fundamentacln del Derecho
Internacional; c) El derecho
de asilo, y d) La ejecucin de
las sentencias extranjeras.
Habr tambin comunicacio-
nes cientficas que los seo-
res congresistas podrn remi-
tir a la Secretarla del Con-
greso hasta el orimero de Ju-
nio de 1951. fecha por la ne-
cesidad de preparar las multl-
copias.
H1C!, YO NO ESTOY BORRACHOLos conductores en esta-
do de embriagues no tendrn escape con este nuevo Invento, el
"borrachmetro". Aqu vemos al nuevo Invento siendo aemos-
Wado en la Universidad de Washington. Con l se puede medir
el contenido alcohlico del aliento. Ms de .15 por ciento de al-
cohol quiere decir que estamos "bajo la influencia del alcohol'.
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' O. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, MAREO II. 1MI
1 Base Provincial Presenta Mima. 2
Atractivos Partidos De La Etapa Final
Frigidaire vs. Duran y Caribe vs.
Chesterfield Jr. jugarn en el Estadio
Por S. B. IVAI.DI
La Liga Provincial de Baseball
Amateur de Panam ofrecer
maana su acostumbrado doble
partido en el Estadio Olmpico
y posiblemente sea la ltima
fecha de juegos de la contienda
con los encuentros FRIGIDAIRE
va'CAFE DURAN y CARIBE vs
CHESTERFIELD Jr., donde sus
resultados son de enorme impor-
tancia para las aspiraciones de
los cigarrllleros y cafetaleros.
En el primer juego entre Fri-
gidaire y Duran a las 1.00 p.m.
tratar el Frigidaire de borrar
la mala impresin que caus
el forfeit frente al os barrecl-
nos ayer, presentando una linea
completa frente al Duran; por
au partel os cafetaleros de Pa-
blo Duren buscaran la manera
de. lograr la victoria y finalizar
en posicin ventajosa.
En el segundo encuentro a
cargo del Caribe y Chesterfield
Jr., 15 minutos despus de fina-
lizado el primero, buscar el
Caribe de alejarse del stano,
pero para eso tendr que ven-
cer a los hijos menores de Car-
los Eleta, qued lcho sea de paso,
buscarn la victoria cueste lo
que cueste para empatar el se-
gundo lugar al Barraza, y sos-
tener entonces una serie extra
en disputa del sub-Campeona-
to de la Liga.
Los encargados del los bustos
postales sern por los ex-mo-
narcaa, C. Hernndez! quien de-
fender los colores de Cocl en
el VIII Campeonato Nacional
de Baseball; C. Melndez lo ha-
r por los cafetaleros; L. Roa
que viene de un merecido des-
canso lanzar por los blanqui-
verdes del Caribe y los Cigarrl-
lleros confan en el brazo de-
recho de H. Cummings.
r>n ei M'minuu encueniru a reciiu ur n. t^ummiiigs.
M. Cerrud y Packard ganaron
anoche en Soft, hoy juegan
Duran y Cervecera a las 7.30
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS costoso error pone el Juego ei
G. P. Pje manos de los msicos que em
M. Cerrud ............. 3 1
Radio Bush ........ S 1
Duran................. 3 1
Fiduciario ........... 3 1
C. C C.............. 2 1
Montezuma ,.___... 3 2
Packard ............. 2 3
Istmeo ............. 1 2
Hudson .............. 1 2
Cervecera........... 1 2
V. Pre ............. 1 3
.750
.750
.750
.750
.666
600
.400
.333
..333
.333
.250
costoso error pone el Juego en
manos de los msicos que em-
patan en el primer lugar.
Esta noche Juegan Duran y
Cervecera y maana a las siete
y media se presenta el popular
Hudson contra los cerveceros
otra vez. Los muchachos del
Hudson vuelven al terreno el
lunes contra el Packard en un
juego que- se espera ser muy
movido.
Resultados del
boxeo amateur
de Coln
Interesante y atractivo result
el programa de boxeo amateur
que se llev a efecto hace al-
gunos das en el Gimnasio Eve-
j rardo (Nez, en donde la mayo-
! ra de las peleas terminaron por
j K.O.
En la pelea ms emocionante
de la noche, Isidro Martnez
una revelacin del boxeo ama-
teur quien hacia su debut como
tal, despoj de su invicto a) pro-
metedor Peso Gallo Benito Tu-
n ganndole por K.O.T. en
tres asaltos.
La otra sorpresa de la no-
: che, la dio el debutante peso pa-
1 pel Vicente Shearwood, quien
venci por decisin de dos Juc-
I ees a nada menos que al Sub
I Campen de esa categora Edunr
do Weather en cuatro reidos
asaltos.
Fueron presentados al \pbli-
co los Campeones y sub-Cam-
peones Nacionales y se les en-
treg los premios que hablan
conquistado en los Campeona-
tos ejecutados por los Srcs.,
H. C. Rufo y el Doctor Bruna, |
quienes en todas las funciones
cooperan con el Boxeo Amateur.
He aqu el resultado de los
encuentros de dicho programa:
Alfred Larry de 100 libras le
gan a Santander Orrlz de 112
libras por K.O. T. en 4 rds.
Alfonso Plummer de 119 libras
derrot por K.O.T. a Jos Mo-
rales de 119 libras en 2 rds.
Daniel Vargas termin con
Arthur Carrington en un asalto
ambos pesaron 126 libros y en
la mejor pelea de la noche, Isi-
dro Martnez de 120 libras ter-
min con el Invicto de Benito
Tun al derrotar por K.O.T. en
tres asaltos.
La Liga de Ftbol de Panam acordar
el martes los arreglos definitivos para
la prxima, temporada de campeonato
En Final Cardiaco El Panam
Amrica Apabull a La Hora
Culebrn Ruz y Bob Lawler
Fueron Los Astros Del Gran
Juego Que Termin 15 a 14
Por C. PINZN
"Too Much"
Bob Lawler
La Liga Provincial de Ftbol
acord para el martes una reu-
nin extraordinaria para sealar
la fecha de toma de posesin
de la nueva Directiva; Inscrip-
ciones definitivas de los equipos
para los Campeonatos de Prime-
ra y Segunda Categora, y pre-
sentar a la consideracin de los
Representantes varios informes
de gran importancia.
Debido a esto la Liga solici-
ta a los Depresentantes coope-
rar para el mejor desarrollo de
esta entidad y de la prxima
temporada, y espera que el mar-
tes lleven las nminas comple-
tas de su equipo, colores de hN
uniformes etc. Igualmente se
lntorma a los jugadores que an
no tienen su respectivo carnet,
darlo a conocer a su Represen-
tante para que lo solicite y en-
tregrselo.
Con todo empeo se est laborando
para presentar siempre en Santiago el
VIII Campeonato Nacional de Baseball
B. U. R.
4
Por A. A. Il-
Con lleno completo present
la Liga Comercial de Softball
anoche dos partidos sensaciona-
les los cuales se decidieron en el
ltimo episodio despus de ha-
ber jugado los equipos muy bue-
na ptlou.
En el primero el equipo Pac-
kard sensacionalmente venci *
los punteros del Montezuma,
cuando con un hombre en base
y en la segunda mitad del sp-
timo episodio aventajando Mon-
tezuma en el tablero por 8 a 4
el segunda base de los automo-
vilistas peg' cuadrangular que
empat el partido y luego una
carrera ms anotada en ese
episodio gan el luego, que po-
ne a los licoreros en el segundo
lugrr y sube al Packard al ter-
cero.
El segundo Juego tambin re-
sult movidsimo entre los m-
sicos de Matas Cerrud con el
reforzado Vidrieras Prez que se
ha presentado ltimamente muy
mejorado.
Los vidriosos partieron ade-
lante anotando en el segundo 2
carreras pero una reaccin de
los pupilos de Matas, empat
el juego a cuatro carreras en el
cuarto episodio. En el quinto la
anotacin aventajaba a el Vi-
drieras Prez. Un cuadrangu-
lar de Lacho, empat el juego
y un toque de Bolopongo Herre-
ra puso dos hombres en base,
ayudado por mal tiro del lanza-
dor del Vidrieras.
Castaedas d toque que po-
ne el hombre en tercera y un
Dictador trata de obtener
su cuarta victoria en el
Hipdromo Nal. maana
Por RDEME
Los ejemplares de la Clase "B" se enfrentarn en el princi-
pal evento que encierra la cartilla hpica sabatina, sobre una
distancia de 1,300 metros y por un premio de B/ 750.00.
Dictador, el magnifico ejemplar del Stud Blue ti White, que
ha lucido sus formas en la vieja cancha sabanera como todo un
campen, ir en pos de su cuarto triunfo consecutivo, en esta
carrera la cual debe resultar emocionante desde el comienzo has-
ta el final. En esta ocasin Dictador cargar con 122 libras,
mientras que varios de los contendores con bastante opcin lle-
varn poco peso, por lo cual se estima que impondrn fuerte tren
te carrera al pupilo del Stud Blue At White.. Entre los ms des-
tacados tenemos a Rathlln Light. Llnney Head, Fair Chance y
Newmlnster.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
EN LA PRIMERA CARRERA, se destaca Opcx. El Mono es
peligroso.
EN LA SEGUNDA CARRERA. Grito y Plata es nuestro esco-
gido. Protn puede sorprender.
EN LA TERCERA CARRERA Pulgarcito debe Imponerse. Gay
Ariel es el contendor.
EN LA CUARTA CARRERA. Pamphlet no. debe perder. Mimo
para el segundo puesto.
EN LA QUINTA CARRERA, Dictador debe robar.
EN LA SEXTA CARRERA, Bosforo es nuestro ganador. Ar-
meno puede sorprender.
EN LA SPTIMA CARRERA. Frutal es nuestro ganador. Dust
Over v Folletn pueden sorprender.
EN LA OCTAVA CARRERA. Charlemont debe Imponerse f-
cilmente. Fanglo es el enemigo de cuidado.
EN LA OCTAVA CARRERA. El Monge se destaca. Baby Be-
tty impondr fuerte tren de carrera.
EN LA DECIMA CARRERA. Mene debe ganar su primera ca-
rrera.
EN LA UNDCIMA CARRERA. Tapicero debe robar.
La Federacin Nacional de
Baseball Amateur en su pasada
reunin concedi permiso como
en otras ocasiones, al equipo de
Bocas del Toro, que representa-
r a dicha Provincia en el VIII
Campeonato Nacional de Base-
ball para sostener una serle
triangular en Costa Rica, los
das 24, 25 y 28 del presente
mes.
Por otra parte se nombraron
varias comisiones, entre ellas
una formada por Arturo Illueca
Presidente del a F.N.B.B.A., Pe-
dro Medina, Secretario y Mano-
lo Surez Organizador del VIII
Campeonato, para entrevistar al
Seor Contralor sobr la parti-
da de los B.2,500 para ayuda de
la construccin del Estadio de
Santiago y B.5.000 para finan-
ciar los gastos que demande
el Campeonato. La otra comi-
sin formada por Gofredo Grl-
maldo, Pedro Medina A., y Joa-
qun A. Ortega, partir maana
sbado en las primeras horas
de la tarde hacia Veraguas con
el objeto de observar los traba-
Jos del Estadio y notificar a su
regreso a la Federacin y Pren-
sa, si es posible la celebracin
del Campeonato n Santiago.
La Federacin le dl la cor-
tesa de la sala a Manolo Su-
rez, como vocero del Comit Or-
ganizador del VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur,'
que se llevar a cabo en San-
Hago de Veraguas a principios
de Abril.
En pocas palabras, Inform
que el Campeonato se celebrar
en Santiago de todas maneras
pese a la sombra maligna de.
los enemigos gratuitos del De-
porte e infiltraciones polticas,
el terreno est' nivelado y que
en estos momentos se estn le-
vantando las paredillas; mostr
un croquis de las gradas que se
piensan construir y dio la gra-
cias- al os federados por las
atenciones prestadas.
Empuando el madero apare-
ce el gran "Bab Lala" Lawler,
el ms terrible de los sluggers
rompe cercas de los equipe* de
softball de los peridicos locales
y quien ha conectado tres jon-
rones. dos triples y cinco dobles
en los tres Juegos celebrados
hasta ahora, para convertirse
en el terror de los lanzadores y
en el jugador vas valioso de la
serie.
Las grandes bocas de fuego
de 125 milmetros de los dia-
rios rojos de El Panam Am-
rica lanzaron ola tras ola de
endiablados disparos para hacer
morder el polvo jt la derrota,
en crispante Juego d final car-
daco, a los pjaros azules de
La Hora, en el campo de Juego
Instituto Nacional y ante- enor-
me concurrencia que ocupaba
todos los sitios disponibles.
Vctor "Culebrn" Ruiz, se
apunt su segundo triunfo con-
secutivo lanzando pelota de li-
ga grande, mientras los jugado-
res del Fat Fernndez fueron
imponentes para descifrar el
misterio de sus serpentinas du-
rante cuatro episodios. En el
tercer Inning realiz una estu-
penda hazaa al retirar a tres
bateadores seguidos, despus
que se le haban llenado las al-
mohadillas sin ningn hombre
fuera. Al consumar la hazaa
la barra pareca un manicomio.
En el cuarto episodio sufri
una lesin en el brazo y ese par-
padeo fu aprovechado por los
hombres del Fat para cruzar la
raya tres veces, como hombres
que lleva el diablo, tuvo que ir
a las duchas. Luego en el In-
ning siguiente anotaron otras
cuatro, en racimo furioso de pa-
Jugarn softball el Domingo loi equipos de
las Cmaras de Jvenes de Coln y Panam
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZN)
Un Juego amistoso de softball
se celebrar el prximo domin-
go en Coln entre los equipos
de la Cmara de Jvenes de Pa-
nam y la Cmara de Jvenes
de la Costa Atlntica.
Los Jugadores capitalinos par-
tirn de esa capital, del lugar
donde est ubjeado el edificio de
la Cmara en el Parque de Ca-
tedral, el domingo a las 7.30
de la maana.
El Juego ha despertado gran
Inters en el Sector Atlntico y
numerosos fanticos estn pre-
paradosp ara presenciarlo.
los, par que las acciones se ptl
sieran al rojo vivo y el sooi
marcara 11 por 7. Dos ms and
taron los de La Hora en el sea
to, pero El Panam Amrld
abri nuevamente sus bocas d.
fuego y cuatro diablos rojos pl
saron la goma, en medio di
grito de la barra.
Quince a ocho marcaba la K
zarra en el Inning final. Cat
cho Donado tuvo un mom en i
de descontrol y cinco pjara
azules pisaron la casa para pd
ner la anotacin 15 a 14, en mi
dio de una gran expectacli
Con un hombre en segunda
dos outs, Danny Luna, buen mi
jagero, peg un trancaso qt
pareca de extra-bases, pero
Cholo Lince, corriendo como
gamo, realiz una atrapada M
escndalo, subindose casi sobi
la barda Izquierda para pon
fin al partido y a las anguJ
tas de los ganadores.
Numerltos del Juego de aye,
Panam Amrica: 10 hits- h
me run Bob Lawler; triple' B
Lawler; Doble Vctor Oses, hot
bres dejados en base 4; errorel
7. asistencias, 21. Pitcher ga
dor Ruiz, perdedor Lelkins.
Rulz se le enfrentaron 42 ba
teadores; permiti ocho carra
ras.
La Hora homer Run, Torn*
A. Cupas; doble Toms A. Cups'
y Lelkins. 10 hits, 4 errores
hombres dejados en base 7.
Cmo entraron las carreras i
C H
La Hera: M0 342 514 1
P. Amrica 344 004 xIB 11
Anotador Csar Luna.-
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno)
El Barraza gan por
forfeit su juego de
ayer en la Provincial
Desilusionados quedaron los
numerosos aficionados que se
dieron cita ayer tarde en el Es-
tadio Olmpico, para presenciar
el choque entre ios equipos FrT-
gldaire y Barraza, ya que el
Frigidaire se present incom-
pleto y perdi por forelt.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID .
1EL MONO Don Joaqun
2REPENTINO Don Pltn
3BREEZ BOUND Pulgarcito
4CALLMEDEAR Mimo
5DICTADOR Fair Chance
8ARMENO Bosforo
7DUST OVER Frutal
8DOA ELEIDA Charlemont
9BETN El Monge
10MENE Malaya
11-HECHICERA Tapicero
En la continuacin de la Liga
Interna de Softball de la Fuer-
za y Luz, el equipo Ingenieros
de Telfonos Automticos ven-
ci en gran forma al os Empal-
madores por anotacin de 11
carreras a 7 en el Campo De-'
portivo de Paltilla.
Esta es la segunda victoria de
los "trazas lineas" contra 3 de-
rrotas que tienen en esta pri-
mera vuelta del Campeonato
de Bola Suave; mientras que
los Empalmadores no han sa-
bido lo que es el Jbilo de un;
triunfo, toda vez que con este
partido han finalizado sus seis,
compromisos en esta vuelta, per
dlendo asi sus ltimas aspira-
ciones de ganar.
En el segundo partido de Ba-
seball de la Segunda Vuelta de
este Interesante torneo, la no-
vena Distribucin se impuso
nuevamente a Oficina General
por anotacin de 13 carreras a {
7, no.obstante haber tenido a la
fuerte batera de los Distribui-
dores anulada casi por comple-
to.
Cabe destacar la labor que
desempe el pelotero de la Ofi-
cina Ramn Sucre con el bate
en este Juego, bateando nada
menos que 3-3, o sea un doble,'
un cuadrangular y un triple y
Vctor Isaza con 2-3, resultando
en vano todo esfuerzo, porque
cayeron vencidos ante las hues-
tes de los Distribuidores. Por los
ganadores lanz J. Iglesias,
quin permiti 7 incoglbles y
Vil. Guerrero, resultando vence-
dor.
NOTICIA SENSACIONAL
suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 2OO.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que u#
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
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0 POR PIEZAS SUELTAS.
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VIERNES. MARZO 1, 1HT
rtC PARAMA AHKBieA DIARIO mlTHMSPlBHTE
tAOIWR IfETR
Van hacia ltima base roja en Corea del Sur
Es posible que los aliados
lleguen al Paralelo 38 antes
de que comience las lluvias
TOKIO, marzo 16. (UP).
I Las fuerzas blindadas de las
1 Naciones Unidas avanzaron h-
lela el Norte hacia Chunchon, a
I ilete millas y media del Para-
J lelo 38 y la ltima base comu-
nista de importancia en Corea
I del Sur.
Una columna blindada sigui
I hacia el noreste por la carre-
Itera de Sel y otra hacia el
I noroeste a lo largo del camino
I de Hongchon, encontrando so-
] lamente resistencia dispersa de
I las retaguardias comunistas.
SI los rojos se retiran de
I Chunchon, es posible que el
18o. Ejrcito llegue al Paralelo
138 antes que comiencen las llu-
Ivias dentro de dos semanas.
I La resistencia comunista se ha
I Intensificado al Este de Hong-
Ichon, pero aparentemente slo
para cubrir la continua reti-
jrada de los norcoreanos hacia
| el Paralelo 38. ,
La polica civil se uni a
las tropas de las Naciones Uni-
das para capturar a loa agen-
tes comunistas en Sel, mien-
tras, puntas de lanza blindadas
se abrieron hacia el Norte nor-
leste y noroeste.
Se han recibido Informes que
los rojos chinos han moviliza -
[do a su 26o. Ejrcito a una
I nueva posicin al noreste de
[la capital para reemplazar a
I 5,000 comunistas perdidos en la
I retirada. Pero hasta l momen-
I to los aliados no han encon-
I trado otra cosa que resisten-
cia espordica fuera de Sel.
Al Este y noreste de Sel,
tropas norteamericanas y tur-
cas capturaron la mitad occi-
dental de la carretera de Chung
chon y avanzaron hacia el Nor-
te sin oposicin alguna. Ms al
I Este, la la. Divisin de Caba-
I Hera norteamericana avanz al
I norte de Hongchon hacia Chun-
chon. Las tropas americanas
entraron a Hongchon ayer y la
encontraron- abandonada. Hace
solamente una semana, esta
ciudad era un importante ba-
luarte comunista y centro de
I abastecimientos.
Abattoir Nacional, S. A.
l*or disposicin de U Junta Direc-
tiva, ctate a loa seorea accionistas
para la Junta General Ordinaria de
Accionistas que tendr lugar el Jue-
ves M de los -corriente* a las 8 p.m.
an el salon de actos de la Cmara de
Comercio, InduatrlaS y Agricultura de
Panam, con el fin de considerar y
resolver los simientes asuntas:
lo.Cuentas y Batane* de Situa-
cin,
lo.Eleccin de Junta Directiva.
Se advierte que, de acuerdo coa el
Articulo undcimo de los Estatutos, el
libro de Realstro de Acciones aera
cerrado el 12 de este mes.
Panam. Mano 13 de 1H1.
El FreaMente,
VCTOR M. TEJEIRA P.
Abattoir Nacional, S. A.
Por disposicin de U Junta Directi-
va, citase a los seores accionistas pa-
ra la Junta General Extraordinaria
da Accionistas que tendr lugar el
Jueves 29 de loa corrientes en el ta-
ln da actos de la Cmara da Comer-
cio, Industrias y Agricultura de Pa-
nam, inmediatamente despus da la
Junta General Ordinaria del mismo
da, con el fin de considerar y resol-
ver los siguientes auintoe:
lo.Reforma de la elusla 3a. del
Pacto Social y del Articulo
to. de los Estatutos.
2o.Emisin de Cdulas Hipote-
carias.
Se advierte que. de acuerdo con el
Articulo undcimo de los Estatutos,
el libro de Registro de Acciones sera
cerrado el 22 de este mea.
Panam, Mario 13 de 1151.
El Presidente,
VICTOR M. TEJEIRA P.
Las tropas veteranas de In-
fantera de la 2a. Divisin nor-
teamericana aplastaron hoy la
mas fuerte resistencia comu-
nista que se haya encontrado
en los ltimos das, despus de
una batalla de 24 horas al Nor-
te de Yudong, 171 millas al
sureste de Hongchon.
Los americanos abandonaron
su tctica de pelear durante el
da, y cargaron a bayoneta ca-
lada durante la noche, ponien-
do a los rojos en fuga. Por lo
menos 345 soldados rojos fue-
ron muertos, y 139 se rindie-
ron durante la batalla.
El acorazado Missouri dispar
tres salva*, destruyendo dos
puentes ferroviarios y una f-
brica de ladrillos en el rea
de Kyojo Wan. El Missouri en-
tr en accin al amanecer, des-
pus que las defensas costeras
fueron destruidas por el con-
tinuo fuego de los destructores
durante la noche.
El puente ferroviario al nor-
este de Nanam, que habia ido
bombardeado y se encontraba
en reparaciones, salt en pe-
dazos bajo el Impacto de los
proyectiles del Missouri. Otro
puente, cerca de Kyonmgsong,
salt tambin en pedazos. La
fbrica de ladrillos al Norte de
Nanam fue volada por los pro-
yectiles del Missouri, despus
que los helicpteros descubrie-
ron que estaba en produccin.
Las superfortalezas aliadas
volaron desde sus bases en Ja-
pn para destrozar las rutas
de abastecimientos comunistas
desde Manchuria. Cinco forma-
clones de superfortalezas arro-
jaron 120 toneladas de bombas
sobre los caminos y puentes fe-
rroviarios a 10 y 20 millas al
ur de Kangye.
Mdico cirujano
tiene el hospital
de Bocas del Toro
BOCA SDEL TORO, marzo
12. (Por Correo). Despus de
haber estado varios meses sin
mdico cirujano este hospital,
lleg esta semana de Pana-
m el doctor Cornello Vega To-
ral, quien asumi el'cargo de
Hospital Provincial.
La ciudad est de plcemes
per la llegada del nuevo m-
dico, pues ahora no ser indis-
pensable acudir a los servicios
del hospital de Almirante, co-
mo se venia haciendo durante
las ltimas semanas. Por otra
parte, se nos informa, el M-
dico Forense de esta ciudad
tendr ahora ms tiempo dis-
ponible para atender sus ml-
tiples ocupaciones mdico-le-
gales, pues no se ver en el
caso de dedicar su tiempo al
hospital provincial como antes
lo hacia.
Las autoridades locales, se-
gn manifestacin del Sr. Go-
bernador don Pepe Segovia,
han prestado toda su colabo-
racin al doctor Vega Toral
para el atinado desempeo de
sus funciones profesionales.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Puede obtenerse el
Corea de acuerdo con
del fuego en
plan de la ONU
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LA CASA DEL PERIODISTA. Muy adelantados van los trabajos de la casa del periodista
que se levanta en el barrio de La Exposicin y que se espera estarn terminados dentro de
un par de meses. '_ ,.__________
Autorizan enorme programa
de construcciones navales
CAYO HUESO, Florida, Mar-
zo 16. (UBIS).El programa de
construcciones navales ms
grande de la historia de la Ar-
mada de los Estados Unidos en
tiempos de paz ha recibido la
seal de partida.
El desarrollo del poderoso
brazo mirtlmo de Amrica re-
cibi nuevo imputo a fines de
la semana ltima cuando elt
Presidente Truman firm un

m\
lia pelcula que todo el
de ansia veri
Viene el JUEVES prximo!
AUU)^XECILIA
proyecto de ley que dispone la
Interversin de dos mil millo-
nes de dlares en la construc-
cin de 173 naves y la moderni-
zacin de 291. Truman est pa-
sando sus vacaciones aqu.
En el programa de constuc-
ciones navales se sorprender
un gigantesco portavlones de
57,000 toneladas con capacidad
para lanzar aviones portadores
de bomba atmica. Este buque
costar 226 millones de dla-
res, y toadr 12,000 tonelacas
ms que cualquier otro porta-
aviones o acorazado de los Es-
tados Unidos, y ser por mucho
el buque ms grande del mundo.
Se espera que la construccin
de este portavlones tomar tres
anos y medio. Sin embargo, la
terminacin del resto del pro-
grama tomar un par de aos-
Sern reconocidos
los ttulos de un
plantel privado
El seor Manuel de J. Luz-
cando, Visitador de Escuelas
Particulares, nos ha Informado
que el seor Ministro de Edu-
cacin, Profesor Modesto Sala-
mii, autoriz el Resuelto No.
62, de 10 de Marzo de 1951, por
medio del cual se concede la
incorporacin a la Seccin Se-
cundarla (Primer Ciclo y Cilo
de Bachillerato) de la Escuela
de Capacitacin Vocaclonal, cue
dirige en esta ciudad la seo-
rita Adellta Navas, al tenor de
lo que dispone el Articulo 78
de la Ley 47 de 1946, Orgnica
de Educacin.
Se trata del segundo plantel
particular de la Repblica que
ha dado este paso de trascen-
dencia, con el que ha asegu-
rado el reconocimiento oficial
de los ttulos y crditos que ex-
Pekn mantiene un silencio
sepulcral a toda propuesta
para buscar solucin de Paz
WASHINGTON, Marzo 16
(UP) Fuentes Informadas dl-
Jeros que la China Roja y Corea
del Norte podran obtener el
cese de fuego en Corea acce-
diendo a demllitarlzar la zoi.a
a lo largo del Paralelo 38 y o-
tras ofertas de paz de las Na-
ciones Unidas.
Sinembargo, fuentes que me-
recen entero crdito dijeron que
el rgimen de Pekn ha man-
tenido un silencio sepulcral a
todas las ofertas de paz que se
pida, asi como tambin la li-
bre admisin de los alumnos
que en el se graden, a la U-
nlversldad de Panam.
le han hecho-
Mientras tanto, el Departa-
mento de Estado ser el esce-
narlo de varias Importantes
conferencias sobre la lucha en
Corea, pero medidas de segu-
ridad impiden que se hagan
pblicas. Se espera que al se-
cretario de Estado, Dean >-
cheson se le hagan preguntas
sobre la nueva fase de la guerra
de Corea en la conferencia de
Prensa que se ha de celebrar
hoy.
Al medio dia de hoy, funcio-
narios del Departamento de
Estado y estrategas militares
debern celebrar una conferen-
cia con los enviados de las na-
ciones, cuyas tropas estn par-

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importunidad hoy m^o- pues la cantidad de cepillo, es limitada I
C O. Mote* S. A.
Colla 9a-/IS
raaana,R.r.
C O. Motn $. A.
14-109 Avt. Meltadse
OUa,ft.t>.
C O. Masan t A.
David, a. r.^-
Herido en accin
en Corea teniente
residente en sta
WA8HHVGTON, Marzo 16 rtT.
P.)El Teniente Gilberto Mar-
tinez-Sandin. esposo de la Sra.
Hilda de Martinez-Sandin de la
ciudad de Panam, fu reporta-
do por el Departamento de De-
fensa de los Estados Unidos co-
mo herido en accin en Corea.
El Teniente Martinez-Sandin
sallo para Corea en Agosto pa-
sado.
ticipando en la lucha de Coreo.
La cuestin del Paralelo 38
y el problema de los futuros
movimientos de las Naciones" Or
nldas han vuelto al tapete do
las declaraciones del General
MacArthur en una entrevisto,
con la Prensa Unida.
El Presidente Truman dijo
Cayo Hueso, Florida, que
cruce del Paralelo 38 era un _
sunto tctico que deba resol-
ver el propio MacArthur. Los
declaraciones y Truman y Mac-
Arthur sern sujetas a un lu-
tenso Interrogatorio de las de-
ms naciones que luchan en
Corea.
Anteriormente se les asegur
a estas naciones que el Parale-
lo 38 no seria cruzado hasta.
que se celebraran consultas co
ellos.
La ausencia de comentarios
de los Chinos sobre las ofertas
de paz 'na hecho que los eslA-
tegas piensen que los ChiiOS
y Norcoreanos desaten una o-
fensiva contra las victorious
tropas de las Naciones Unidas.
mmum
Friccinese vigorosamente la ce-
bosa eon V1TALIS durante 60 se-
gundo, y penese bien. En esta
forma, ademas, ae previene la **>
quedad. Hgalo: Usted notar la
diferencia!
aUPEIO!
. Peinese con VITALIS. jDe
vera a!, porque VITALIS imparte
a su pelo sedosa suavidad y brillo
reluciente, tin engrasarla VITA-
LIS lo conserva en su sitio durante
todo el da. Use VITALIS y cause
mayor admiracin!
pera Que -W
useVifalis
IWBW!
prefieran un f v
VIT4L IS
CREMA PARA EL CABELLO
f
SPecro pisTiNGt/tpo
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PAGINA DIET
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, MARZO 18, 1951
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
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HOI VIERNES
Frankie Carie
Una Mujer sin Importan
eia. Dramatltaclon.
El Hijo Perdido
Dram Arena Quaker
Coctel muaieal
Noticiero R.P.A.
Valses
Peticiones
Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
Msica escocida
migraas musicales
Noticiero Deportiro
Por MOrel y Arengo
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
El Caballero Varona
Novela "Camel"
El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
Donde el Rio Nace.
Novela dramatizada.
Radio aficionados
Harry James y su Orq.
Selecciones con Jos
Mojlca
Preguntas y Respuestas
Msica variada
E) Hit Musical de Hoy
Cual el Viento
Programa BBC
Cancolnero nocturnal
Buenas Noches.
MAANA SBADO
Buenos Das
El Despertador Musical
Noticiero
Msica tiplea
Melodas matinales
Cantares de Mxico
Ritmos norteamericanos
Grandes maestros
Ritmos tropicales
Acordes porteoi
Peticiones
Comentarlos Vldela
Maria Teresa Acosta
Noticiero
Msica de saln
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Boleros de hoy
Carrera
Boleros
Carrera
11:45
12:00
P.M.
12:15
12:30
12:50
1:00
1:16
1:30
1:45
2:00 Espaoleras
2:15 Carrera
2t30 Delicias tropicales
2:48 Carrera
S'OO Aires colombianos
3:15 Carrera
jU pelcula que todo ol
mundo ansia vari
icne el JUEVES prximo!
Al LUX y CECILIA
Piden la creacin
de nuevo servicio
en Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, marzo 16.
(UBIS). El instituto de A-
suntoe Interamericanos y los
Servicios que llevan a cabo la
cooperacin tcnica en la A-
mrlca Latina deben ser te-
nidos como modelo para los
Institutos similares en otras
zonas poco desarrolladas del
mundo, dice informe para el
Presidente Truman.
Bajo el titulo de "Socios a
el Progreso", el Informe de la
Junta Internacional Asesora
d* Fomento, publicado por
Nelson Rockefeller, recomienda
la creacin de una nueva a-
gencia de los Estados Unidos
la Administracin Econmica
de Ultramar para adminis-
trar la ayuda de las Naciones
Unidas a las regiones poco de-
sarrolladas.
El Informe indica que el
Instituto de Asuntos Interame-
ricanos, corporacin del Go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos,
"ha sido altamente efectiva"
durante los ltimos ocho aos
ESTA
USTED
SIEMPRE
INTRANQUILA?
UeVra mi nirvlti del caf f
sio* no le robarn el anclo, la
talud y la felicidad... pruebe cam-
biando para POSTUM el caf
que ctii Ubre de cafena ea na
100%.' Micatrat aue muchas per
ion pueden lomar caf o t ng
enfermarte, otrat miren nervio
titmo. indigestin y deivelo To-
en* POSTUM excluiivamcnte du-
rante 10 dtat! Vea ti lid. no to
eteoie meior y Inca mejor
"ft ImHwr a < Weiremfai larlaa-
Mar/canal / mutnaa mmmtitnaa
Baratea/ i* Kamla aiamala.
GUIA de HOTELES
en los &
ESTADOS UNIDOS
La invframai eoreWeienfa m fe-
licitar da las reipecrivoe odmima-
trodorai alarma! mea dalollndot
para e/eevuer IH reeervecione*.
NeJW YORK CITY, NIW YORK
OTEL SEYMOUR, tt w. t st cert
a la a. Arealaa, Ti tiun, Recae-
tOar Cantar t Btaieaee nieea cmiu
. 'eee'vatee. Preraee miioi Iilil.t..
eenelllaa. teete Oatl.it: aalm, Bust B
rio. TtaMea antee, ata Mu. malee
tamalee eeaeelalee. Cable "Sevaiourlel"
OTEL BRETTON HALL, mut *
M Bita aaaeklaeVa Subterrneo r Ite-
aitaa. ii i i ami oeartaieau t lea
eenaee oaiea. cuno eaa keae na rat
east can t. nata. Ttaaketa u>~
CiHt Breteae'. ni Ttrt".
OTEL ROBERT FULTON, at w. ti
St.. lueer tranemie as Maneota laminar
Ceatrelaieate tBetaao Cuartea eaapliee. ka.
a aeliteai, latea tantea, km ata tese
THE Sl'TTON HOTEL, ixiuimsi
Carea e laa Racione Unte.. Tranquilo.
seo4*rno. Oeeloa eeeelente, radie, telavlaln.
aire teeat'leieiian'a. Purina rratii. Benemoe
leede I'M.' so. Aploe. teade OSIIM. Pre
eloe aamanalae v eaesaualea, eeaeetelee Be
habla eapaAol. cable "Salteaotei".
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
frente a Pennsylvania station, la el ta-
raron de laa eeeelonea teatralee r eoeapree
lito habitacin! eon bao privado, radio
atua eomtnte halada, SERVIDOR. Precior
deada II M ... j no extrae I Ijnpleadoa de
habla eaoaftola le atenderen pereonalminte
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, te wTe?
t eeree ae Tunea Sanare. Conveniente
pera todae terealnalee. iraneportea. dlrer-
alonae. t.endaa. 5a Ave. IM0 euertoe eon
bailo. Sencilloa deede te 35. doblea di
IT.te. Tvieriiion ae habla eapaAol.
!*** Aate. a i I euartee HOTEL PARAMOUNT, el at. Bread
T "aenjuelai pora fatal
late ni mili ateta tt%. Beata EepaAoi
a tataa Sr. Mtrutat rertaai. Ce tintinar
miCMNJilBa,. Tal. TU 1-lMt. Aaae. een
I m bteelee Btattita, Per Watt, y Btaereeev
SEVTLLX HOTEL, Mediata Ave. >ath
t sarta de fatuta "Itleeltt t la vuelta
da la eeealne". Baapleadoe r ralee de he.
ble satanil. we eaerue een Mae. Dee
Muslim v enll. Bella terree BaMteelo
11: Bekua. mu
HOTEL VANDERBU.T. ata. a
M SI. LaeeUttdo ea el eeotr. de le ele
ded. Oatbre imilini leaaeeee. cu.r
tee eea baAe r radio; eeaelllee dead
ti M Doble aleada IT M. Tenala aaar
taanlentoa para familia.
erar, en el eeraiOn da Tunee Severa. II
pitee: 10M heeepedee: emleme atracti-
va. Ciarlo antenos j alema, een
fet t ducha parueuler. radio eratu r
afaa hele de etrealeala ir televlalte
tambin' A eorte ei,urna e pie de toe
tros r tienda prlnelpalee. tel come Mb-
tarraneo r oaanlbua. Bade del "Diamond
Horaaahoe" de Bill; Roa Habitacin.,
act::; deada C8I3 M: doblea deede
OB'vd tt ReeUurantea con elre aeoodlclo
nado. Cable: "Prete! Mea York'
HOY*:!. DIXIE, BM w. el Bt. ii,.
tel tata moderno en el diatrlte de Tunee
BVeaare. Todoa cuartee eon bao, ducha,
radio. Bentilloe deede I1.M. Doble, d
de is oo Beerlbe pare recervaclonee
folleto. Spenlah Amerleen Depl.
HOTEL EMPIRE Broedaer al SI. A
une cuedre del Percue Ceatrtl. aerea Be
le Quinta Avenida 7 centro de eoaaprae.
Maeniflca hablteelenee amuebladae. Dee-
de 13.60 eon bane.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
EL NUEVO CORTEX, frente ti terreo.
Habitacin! eon aire acondicionado. | y
17 Fano_ privado Se hebla eapaflol.
HOTEI, LEAMINGTON. NT HI. let
St centro de MlaaM. pente ofleeaei Li-
nate Aeread ; oaipibas. Be habit eaatBal.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL, Bieeent
Blvd A B.B. 1 Bt adenlo al terminal ae-
reo centnl Aire acondicionado opcional.
MIAMI BIACH. LORIDA
HOTEL CADILLAC, mis ooiuaa Ave
Prente ti mar. pupa prtvede. Aire eeoadl-
BlBBili. Preelet redoeldoe en Prleaavere
WASHINGTON. D. C.
HOTEL WTLLARU, li St. aa reaaerl-
vanla Are. Completamente oon aira acon-
dicionado. Habitacin, amplia alen-
eloa eficiente .. rico en la tradicin hla-
torlca de le capitel nacional, A doe cua-
dra de la Ceta Blanca ; oriolnaa Im-
poruntea del Ooblemo. Cerca de tlandae
7 teatro Coetne excelente e precio re-
aonables ea loe famotee comadore del
Wlllard. Cuartoe deede USI4.M; aptoa
meaalflcoa e preeloe moderadoa. Bacrlbe
e eablatrafla pera raaocvaclonee.
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RADIO AFICIONADOS
//
El programa de GRANDES PREMIOS
Jl/ mi divertido y variado
'' con la orquesta de Tony Vargas
como artistas invitados ANOLAND DIAZ
ARMANDO AGU.LAR-
[ai i
'?!:
HOY VIERNES A LAS 8:00 PM.
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
t- i
la [Red ff>,
aaamericaaa
Designado nuevo
funcionarlo de
defensa en E.U.
WASHINGTON, marzo 15.
(USI8)Frank P. Graham, ex-
Presldente de la Universidad de
Carolina del Norte, es el nuevo
Administrador de Fuerzas Hu-
manas para le Defensa en el De-
partamento del Trabajo.
Graham dirigir. supervlRtlia-
ra y coordinar todas las acti-
vidades de poderlo humano para
la defensa en el Departamento,
segn expreso anuncio del Se-
cretarlo del Trabajo Tobln.
El Secretarlo Tobln manifes-
t que se senta especialmente
complacido de obtener los ser-
vicios a una personalidad tan
destacada como Graham para
el manejo de las actividades del
poderlo humano en el Departa-
mento del Trabajo. Hizo notar
que los antecedentes de Graham
en cuanto a las relaciones Indus-
triales asi como en el terreno de
la educacin v como exSenador
le servirn de mucho para el
desempeo de su nuevo cargo.
El seor Graham fue miembro
del Comit nombrado por el Pre-
sidente sobre los Derechos Clvl-
en la realizacin de proyectos
de asistencia tcnica en la
Amrica \atina. La Junta re-
comienda que se establezcan
Institutos regionales similares
en el Medio Oriente, Africa,
Sur de Asia y Sureste de Asia.
MAMBO, MAMBO...
MAMBO MACABRO!
en
ELDORADO
XITO FANTSTICO DE
LA LOCA PELCULA!
LA
MUERTE
ENAMORADA
- con .
M ROSLA VA
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
CHE REYES
Una Muerte, divina, que s
enamora perdidamente,
mientras el pblico muere...
de risa!

La pelcula que va contra los
supersticiosos, y alarga 13
aos de vida a los que la ven!
No pierda el chance y Juegue
13 en esa Lotera nica de
ELDORADO a 50 centavosl
les y de la Junta de Gobernado-
res de la Cruz Roja Americana.
Durante la segunda guerra mun-
dial fue aseso- en asuntos obre-
ros.
CANAS
Tfliatelae eon tele remedio ceeero. fcil j
barato: Un cuarto litro de afaa, una cu-
haraSa de lirerina. 8 cucharada!, de Bay
Rum In agua da Colonia) y una Bajita dr
Compuesto de Barbo. Compre eetot in-
sredlentet en la botlct, mzclelo! en un
botella r aelca pira teir aue ciuilt ac
dn lat Imllra-lonee an la aja del Com-
pueito di Btrbo.
Aire-Acondicionado
- HOY -
UNA COMEDIA COLOSAL!
ALEGRE Y PICAREZCA!
CARLOS ORELLANA
RITA MONTANER
ROSITA ARENAS, en
ANACLETO
SE DIVORCIA
con la actuacin especal de
BOBBY CAPO
- y -
AVELINO MUOZ .
REUNION
Con el fin de conmemorar el
quinto aniversario de su gra-
duacin, la clase de 1946 del
Instituto Pan Americano tendr
una comida a las 7 p.m. en el
jardn El Rancho.
Los asistentes favor de entre-
gar su cuota hoy a ms tar-
dar al seor Germn Ubills,
en la Compaa Elliot, en Ave.
Norte No. 72.
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
SIGUE HOY!-^Dramtico
torbellino de pasiones den-
tro de los muros de un
presidio!.,.
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
(Convicted)
con GLENN FORD
Broderlck CRAWFORD
MAANA!A Medianoche
Funcin Especial!
Un Drama Sorprendente!
EL CRIMEN ACECHA....
LA LEY ESTA CIEGA....
SLO EL AMOR VIGILA
J. ARTHUR HANK
Jean Dirk
i BOGIE
MIRCOLES SANTO!
Las Glorias del Vaticano en
"AO SANTO EN ROMA"
- Ademas: -
"LAS LLAVES del REINO"
con Gregory Peck
HOY-TROPICAL-HOY
l \ FRA Y BRUTAL HISTORIA ESCRITA
CON SANGRE-...
"EL GRITO AHOGADO"
fahTMicr
N.CANT,
HOY A las 8 p.m.
Presenta:
"SHOW DE SHOWS"
UN ESTUPENDO ESPECTCULO
ENCABEZADO POR EL
PROFESOR
SANTIERMY
(EL HOMBRE RADAR)
Extraordinario Mentalista da
Pama Mundial!
CON LA COLABORACIN DE LA
GRAN MEDIUM
MISS DAISY
Adems:
La Embajadora le Ritmo Cubano
MARIA RUIZ
El Famoso Trio de Bailes
Internacionales
AN -RO YE
La Bailarina Espaola
TALIA
Y la Gran Pareja de Mambo
MARTA Y CARLOS
Animador y Maestro de Ceremonias
OLINDO GUARAGNA
SOLO PARA MAYORES! PRECIO: 40 c.
fu la Pantalla: "EL ARCO DEL TRIUNFO" "ME BESO UN BANDIDO'
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
SENSACIONAL EN PANAMA!
UN ESPECTCULO NUNCA VISTO!...
LO QUE NECESITAN LOS NIOS!.
EL TEATRO TROPICAL
Presenta:
A los Ases del Teatro Infantil con
tu Compaa
MECHA y COQUI
EN FUNCIN MATINAL EL DOMINGO 18
Con el Cuento de Hadas y Encantamiento -' *
CAPERUCITA ROJA
y EL GRAN TABLERO MGICO
NESTLE
Con Premios en Efectivo y Dulces para Jos Nios!
Todos los Nios Asistentes sern Obsequiados con un
RICO VASO de MILO! *
*
Nios a Aplaudir a sus Hroes
CAPERUCITA Y TEMBLEQUE
. Y a Defenderlos de sus Enemigos
LA BRUJA Y EL LOBO FEROZ