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 (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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. R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1151
FIVE CENTS
Iranian 'Front'
Grabs For U.S.
Oil Interests
TEHERAN, Mar. 17 (UP) The National Front Party,
leading advocate of the nationalization of British oil in-
terests inside Iran, demanded today the nationalization of
the United States operated oil resources on Bahrein Island
in the Persian Gulf.
The demand came as the Iranian Senate voted 41 to
one to refer the proposed nationalization of the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company to a special 18-man commission for
weekend study. Senate passage of the bill is expected.
. National Front party secreta-
ry and parliamentary deputy
Hussein Mackl said the Front
was starting a campaign to na-
tionalize the oil on Bahrein
"which Is an Inseparable part of
Iran."
Bahrein, a 213 square mile'ar-
chipelago across the Persian
Gulf from Iran, Is an inde-
pendent Arab state with Brit-
ish advisers. The Iranians have
been claiming the Islands for
the past 30 years.
Oil was discovered there In
1932. Operation In the Behreln
archipelago have been conduct-
ed by the Bahrein Petroleum
Company which Is part of an
organization owned by the
Stnadard Oil Company of Cali-
fornia and the Texas Corpora-
tion, both United States firms.
The Petroleum Press Service
estimated the 1950 oil production
at Bahrein at 1,500,000 metric
tons out of a world production
of 522,140,000 metric tons.
The Iranian nationalists' de-
mand coincided with the arriv-
al In Teheran of United States
Assistant Secretary of State
George G. McGhee who has been
touring the Middle East and
South East Asia.
Yacht Monsoon
Reported Safe
In Buenaventura
The schooner Monsoon,
which has been the object of
far-flung air-sea search since
she was last reported Feb. 25,
was found last night at the
Colombian west coast port of
Buenaventura, the Navy re-
torted today. Arrangements are
eing made for her to be tow-
ed to Balboa.
Reports said the schooner
a 46-ft. yacht with Captain
Donald RadcUffe and two other
Americans aboard, had drifted
into Buenaventura. She was
last reported off Costa Rica.
Flight "B" 1st Rescue Squad-
ron, of the Caribbean Air Com-
mand, Nary LCR's (rocket
ships) had combed the Pacific
unsuccessfully for the Mon-
soon.
La Prensa Put
Under Control
Of Commission
BUENOS AIRES. Mar. 17 (UP)
The Argentine Congress has
passed a measure placing the
Independent newspaper La Pren-
sa under the control of a Joint
congressional commission with
full authority to Investigate all
Its activities. The measure
awaits only President Juan Pe-
ron's signature before becoming
effective.
I
The Chamber of Deputies ap-
proved the Bill 85 to 14 last
night and the Senate passed it
later. There are no opposition
members in the Upper House.
As passed the measure in-
cludes an amendment empow-
ering the commission to inves-
tigate not only La Prensa but
those concerns doing business
with the newspaper, and. also to
"intervene" in the affairs of
such concerns.
Eduardo Colom, Peronista de-
puty and publisher of the pro-
Government newspaper La po-
ca, said: "If It Is necessary to
expropriate we shall expoprlate
La Prensa___the result of this
investigation will come to this
chamber and we shall do what
should be done."
Asked by an Opposition de-
puty where the commission's
power would begin and end Pe-
ronista deputy Jose Emilio Vis-
ca said: "It will end where the
anti-Argentine activities of La
Prensa end,-and all of the con-
cerns, like United Press, which
have business with La Pren-
sa."
Visca was formerly chairman
of the Joint congressional com-
mittee investigating anti-Ar-
gentine activities.
Representative Arturo Frondlz-
zl speaking for the small Radi-
cal Party minority In the House
defended La Prensa, warning:
"They want to liquidate La
Prensa and carry out this ac-
tion tending to eliminate the
last remains of freedom of the
press and freedom of labor in
order to establish despotism."
Draft Scheme Would
Screen All Students
WASHINGTON. Mar. 17 (UP).
Selective Service Director
Lewis B. Hershey has worked out
plans for a nationwide screening
under which promising high
school Joenlora and college stud-
ents *rould receive automatic
draft deferments.
The plan was disclosed today
in a report by the House Armed
Services Committee which also
urged #assaee of its new 18%-
year-old draft bill on the ground
it would provide a trained reserve
force and permit a reduction in
the size of the armed forces "in
the near future."
Simultaneously, critics attack-
ad the bill before the House
Rules Committee which must
clear it to the floor. Rep. Dewey
Short. R., Mo., one of three com-
mittee members who voted
against the measure, denounced
the merger of the draft and UMT
as a "shotgun wedding."
"This unholy, clandestine, illioit
marriage of UMT with the draft
Ict is nothing more than a de-
berate and brazen attempt to
shoulder onto the American peo-
ple by Indirection something that
can't be done by direction," he
aid.
Rer. Leo E. Allen. R., 111., a
rules committee member, said he
will oppose the bill or any other
measure "to draft anybody to
to to war and get slaughtered at
r-.e whim of the State Depart-
ment.'
Under the deferment plan, now
awaiting approval by President
Truman and defense mobllizer
Charles E. Wilson, all high school
seniors will take part In a na-
tional test details of which will
be announced about a week.
Those scoring 70 or better will
be deferred to continue their
education provided they have
been accepted by a recognized
college. Educational deferments
now are up to local draft boards.
Under the new plan, they would
be mandatory for students who
qualify.
Once In college, they would
have to stay in the upper half
of the male freshman class to
become sophomores, in the upper
two-thirds of the sophomore
class to become juniors and in
the top three-fourths of the
Junior class to become seniors.
They also could advance by scor-
ing 70 in national tests.
A Senate-passed bill to -draft
youths at 18 for 24 months ser-
vice provides for the exemption
of 75,000 above-average students
a year for the first three years
of the draft-UMT program.
The house committee yesterday
approved a bill to lower the draft
age from 19 to 18''2. extend the
term of service from 21 to 26
months, and set up a post-emer-
gency Universal Military Train-
ing program. The President
would set educational and oc-
cupational deferment policies.
Woman Injured
As Buses Race
Near Corozal
One woman is known to be ln-
tured and a man Is believed to
lave been hurt when a bus over-
turned after a midnight race,
near the Corozal Railroad sta-
tion.
The Injured woman is Rita
Green, 30, Panamanian maid at
the Cocoll home of Lloyd Mur-
phy. She was at first thought to
have a broken back but was
found to be suffering from mul-
tiple contusions. 8he was treat-
ed at Gorgas Hospital but was
not admitted as a patient.
Canal Zone police late this
morning said that a search of
the area and a check of hos-
pitals had failed to produce any
trace of the injured man. Invest-
igating officers were told last
night that a man, bleeding free-
ly from the head, had crawled
from the overturned bus and dis-
appeared. The bus was stained
with blood but the injured wom-
an had not been bleeding, police
said.
' The accident occurred about 11
p.m. A preliminary police probe
determined that the overturned
bus was owned by the American
Transportation Company and
was running in Navy service. It
was driven Dy Antonio Zacaras
Madrlan, 27, of Chtlibre.
Police were told that this bus,
near Diablo crossing, had at-
tempted to*pass a Chevrolet bus,
owned by the Gill Transporta-
tion Co. and driven by Isaiah O.
Phillips, 33, of Panam City. The
Gill bus speeded up and both
vehicles raced toward the rail-
road station. There oncoming
traffic forced the Gill bus to drop
back and pull over.
In this maneuver the front of
the Gill bus caught the left rear
of the Navy lines bus, whlcli
went out of control. It skidded
diagonally across the road, struck
the guard rail at the north-east
corner of the station and turned
onto its side.
Both drivers have been order-
ed to appear at the Balboa sta-
tion Tuesday.
Britons Will Make
Own A-Bombs; Plan
Tests On US Ranges
LONDON. Mar. 17 (UP)Brit-
ain has decided to make her own
atom bombs, and may test the
first one soon on United States
testing sites in Nevada, accord-
ing to informed sources here.
The informed sources said the
production plans had been hand-
ed to Minister of Supply George
Strauss with orders to produce
the bomb.
A high Governme nt official
said no official comment would be
made because the bomb report
was "based on talks that are go-
ing pn." These talks are believed
to be with the United States over
the use of the Nevada site.
The decision to build the Brit-
ish bomb was made after lengthy
Cabinet sessions "In view of the
International situation." It is in
line with Britlan's stepped-up
armament campaign.
British service chiefs are said
to want the bomb tested in the
Nevada deser owing to limita-
tions Imposed by the size of the
British Isles.
It Is no secret that Britain has
had for some time the technical
knowledge to make atom bombs.
The first bomb, which British ex-
perts believe has a better fuse
that the United States bombs,
should be finished soon, informed
sources say.
Experts are already considering
plans to transport the bomb to
the United States in what is ex-
pected to be the most closely
guarded Atlantic crossing in
history. Informed sources declin-
ed to say whether the bomb
would be flown or carried by ship.
Strong Red Defense Line
Being Built On Parallel
sive B4 i^=^^hBntansB\ n
(NBA Newsmap)
NEXT PHASE Black arrows show position! of UN forces,
rolling north. Soldier figures indcate the next possible Com-
munist defense line, where an estimated 43 enemy divisions
were reported preparing to strike at the advancing Allied
troops. The Chinese are known to have piled up supplies at
Chunchon, and were believed ready to. fight to keep them.
Former Proud Capital Seoul
Unwanted by Reds, Allies
By ROBERT VERMILLION
6BOUL, Korea, Mar. 17 (UP)
The city that once was the
proud capital of the Korean Re-
public simply does not exist any
more. Nobody wants Seoul. Its
citizens have fled. Military men
scorn it.
The sort of epic devastation
that made Warsaw a symbol of
a great -city obliterated by war
has brushed Seoul, If not hit It
full force.
Seoul was left to the women
and children and old men. And
they were so stunned by the viol-
ent tides of war that they show-
ed no feeling of gratitude for the
political liberation.
They have been liberated, but
they fall at the feet of the Am-
ericans and weep not because
they embrace an ideal but be-
cause the presence of the Am-
Army Here Reveals
Sgt. Feliciano
Was Kobbe Suicide
Funeral arrangements had
not been completed today for
Sergeant first class Ramon L.
Feliciano who shot and killed
himself yesterday morning in
his quarters at Fort Kobbe.
Feliciano was to have return-
ed to Puerto Rico today for
discharge.
His body, shot through the
heart with a service carbine,
was found about 2:35 a.m. yes-
terday.
Balboa Tides
High Low
5:47 a.m. 4.2 ft.
12:17p.m. 10.7ft. 8:22nm.4.8 ft
Admiral Bledsoe
Will Speak Today
On Legion Program
The American Legion and
Auxiliary, Department of Pan-
ama Canal Zone will present a
radio program on a l0081 8ta"
tion. this from 5:00 p. m. to 5:30
p. m. today.
Participating in the program
will be: Mrs. Lydla Nareau, Ju-
lius Schriftglesser, Major, Leon
Carrlngton, and Mrs. Louise
Griffon.
The mam guest speaker who
will talk on the birthday of the
American Legion will be Rear.
Admiral Albert M. Bledsoe, Com-
mandant of the 15th Naval Dis-
trict.
ericans freed them from the hell
of continuous shellflre and
aerial bombardment.
United Press correspo n d e n t
Jack Burby and I toured Seoul
today as regiment of South Ko-
rean soldiers streamed through
its shell torn streets, past sag-
ging buildings, stepping gingerly
over dirt patches that might hide
mines.
It was more like a funeral pro-
cession than a march of libera-
tion.
We visited the burned out ca-
pital building, Its splotched gold-
en dome winking in the bright
spring sunshine, the residence of
American Ambassador John P.
Mucclo, the Chosun Hotel and
other landmarks familiar to Am-
ericans in Seoul before the war.
The Communists who occupied
Seoul apparently had been In-
terrupted in their looting of the
city. The Chosun Hotel, one of
the great hotels of the East, had
been stripped down to bedsprlngs
and the mattresses were piled in
the lobby.
Mucclo's residence was recked.
The enemy had taken everything
of value except a few tables and
chairs. Two U.S. artillery hits on
the building had torn gaping
holes In the roof and walls.
The residence of President
Syngman Rhee was comparative-
ly undamaged.
The Bung Chon. the teeming
district where 8eoul did Its mar-
keting, had disappeared. In Its
place was a litter of smoke-
blackened brick and wood.
Trim South Korean policemen
wearing white gloves move to
Seoul's deserted street corners.
But they had no traffic to direct.
Hardly 10 Jeeps were seen in the
town all day.
US Awaiting
Red Strategy
On Parallel
WASHINGTON, Mar. 17 (UP)
Informed quarters here said to-
day the United States Is await-
ing disclosure of the Communist
battle strategy in Korea before
making a final decision on
whether the United Nations
forces should be authorized to
cross the 38th parallel again.
Top level authorities said a de-
cision on the launching an of-
fensive beyond the border be-
tween North and South Korea
have not been made by the Uni-
ted 8tates Government. They
said United States has pledged
full consultation with other Uni-
ted Nations member nations be-
fore General Douglas MacArthur
receives any new orders.
Present instructions to United
Nations field commanders are to
kill as many Communist troops
as possible without crossing the
38th parallel. Air and sea strikes
deep into North Korea afe au-
thorized.
Strategists continue to warn
that no peace feelers have been
forthcoming from the Commun-
ists, who may be planning a new
offensive.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son said Red China has spurned
all new peace proposals offered
by the United Nations good of-
fices commission.
Varadero Spot for Woo-Woo-Woo,
Ancient Local Chronicler Asserts
Mar. if, 1*51.
Dei*rgu?:you were so completely exhausted today after
having been hailed as Home Run <'? I*;'"11** 'l
King, Most Valuable Player and Big Chief Loud Knock
of the Newspaper Employes Softball League (See El Pa-
nama America), that you didn't f0* TerT4.clo,,e''' *
impired doings of Cable Writer Senor Smeeth with the
U.P. cables. ,. ....
It seems that "Novelist" Elliott Roosevelt, son of that
late, treat friend of Panama, Franklin D. Roosevelt, mar-
ried auburn-haired Minnewa (that's a new way of spell-
ing it) Beli Ross, wealthy divorcee, in Florida.
Then, the story says, the barelegged bag of gold and
Roosevelt took off for Varadero Beach in Cuba for three
days of lovemaking.
Now if Meester Smeeth had invested his youtn in
the Isthmian barrooms, even as you and I. instead of
machlnegunning our noble allies the Japanese, from Ran-
goon to Mandalay, he'd have known that the palatial
shack on the beach where the Rposevelts have gone to
bill-and-coo Is the Hotel Internacional and It is owned
by the old Isthmian amigo, William Liebow. proprietor of
the Hotel Internacional in Panama City.
Don William has constructed for himself a veritable
Taj Mahal in Varadero. Bill was 'ways a tight one
with a buck and they say that this establishment dldn t
set him back a eent more than I5.000.0t0 Any time yoa
feel like running off with a barelegged heiress, that s the
fashionable spot for woo-woo-woo.
Me? Well. I've always liked Bejuco.
Saludo, King Golpe! EDUARDO. J,
l
US Govl. Ordering
Arms At Highest
Rale Ever Recorded
WASHINGTON, Mar. 17, (UP)
Ths government disclosed to-
day It Is ordering planes, tanks,
guns and other equipment at a
whopping rate of more than $60,-
000,000,000 a year and said actual
production. is running ahead of
best expectations.
The Of flee of Defense Mobili-
sation reported that contracts
granted for the armed services
reached $5,700,000,000 In January
and $4,700,000,000 in February.
March contracts are running at
about the same rate as In Feb-
ruary.
The January total was the
highest in the country's history,
topping any month during Wor.d
War n. However, a good part of
the increase was due to higher
prices and did not mean that the
government is buying more weap-
ons than in the last war.
But a spokesman said produc-
tion is mounting faster than any-
one could have predicted last
September when the procurement
program started. All production
goals set at that time are being
met, he said, and some are being
exceeded. He particularly cite-.l
output of jet engines.
Original plans called for the
armed forces to contract for a-
bout $87.000,000,000 worth of
weapons, supplies and equipment
during the two years ending
June 30, 1952. including about
$10.000,000.000 for U.S. Allies a-
broad. But those totals are now
expected to be raised.
Italians Demand
Return Of Trieste
In Naples Meet
NAPLE8. Mar. 17 (UP)
Thousands of Neapolitans gath-
ered today In the main squares
and streets of this port city to
demand the return of the Free
Territory of Trieste to Italy.
The demonstration was order-
ly and no incidents were report-
ed. Flags and banners waved
throughout the city with the
slogans "Give us back Trieste"
and "We demand the return of
Trieste."
The long disputed area became
Free Territory under the Italian
Peace Treaty. It Is Jointly oc-
cupied by Yugoslavia In one zone
and Britain and the United
States In the other.
"I
Reds Blocking
Trains in New
Berlin Flareup
TOKYO, Mar. 17 (UP) Some 200,000 to 250,000
Communists were reported today to be digging in along
Korea's 38th parallel for a stand against the advancing
United Nations forces after a 30-mile retreat.
Allied troops and tanks met only scattered rearguard
opposition all the way across the 140-mile wide Korean
penninsula as they probed cautiously north toward the
new Communist defense line.
United Nations warships and more than 1,000 planes
harassed the battered Communists all the way from the
38th parallel to the Manchurian border area.
General Douglas MacArthur meanwhile paid another
visit to the front today.
The Chinese threw elements of
their fresh 39th and 40th Armies
into delaying actions below Chun-
chon, seven and one half mlies
below the 38th parallel but signs
have increased that the Reds are
planning ho more than rearguard"
operations till they reach the pa-
rallel Itself.
Pursuing United Nations forc-
es, moving north in a stralgnO.
Une all across Korea to preven
surprise flanking actions, were)]
within 17 miles of the parallel in]
strength.
Patrols ranged still farther^
north but their progress v/asi
cloaked in a security blackout.
The 8th Army's light contad:
with the Reds was borne out b/,(
the fact that only'950 Commun*
lsts were claimed killed or wound*
ed in ground actions the*
smallest number In a week.
There are indications that a,
North Korean Guards reglmerr
is entrenched on both sides of tlfc
8eoul-UlJongbu road six nulea
south of the 38th parallel.
General MacArthur Jeeped la
within 1.000 yards of the front
lines where he saw a long, thin
ridge where United States Mar-
ines were fighting Communist
rearguards. He said: "I Just want-
ed to see my old friends the Ma-
rines. I found them in splendid
shape, Just as they always are.*
The United States Navy said
United Nations warships killed as
least 8,000 Communist roops rt
bombardments of barrack area*
near Wonsan.
BERLIN, Mar. 17 (UP) The
Russians refused transit across
the Soviet zone today to three
Western military trains in a
move which threatened a new
flareup of the Berlin cold war. It
Is too early to tell whether a new
blockade is in the o'flng.
Soviet authorities said only 16
Western military trains pas-
senger and freights would be
permitted to operate dally over
the 110-mile Une through the
Russian zone lrom the British
zone to Berlin.
Passengers aboard an Ameri-
can army train from Bremer-
haven were forced back to dis-
embark at Helmstedt early this
morning and transferred to the
Frankfurt-Berlin train. This
came through without Interfer-
ence.
In 1945 1 trains per day was
the number agreed on between
Russia and the Western Allies In
establishing procedures for the
international corridor to Berlin.
Since the blockade, and even
before It. the Soviet have per-
mittel the Western Allies to
operate 19 trains daily.
The Russian attitude was im-
mediately interpreted in Western
quarters as a further straining
of relations between East and
West. Some diplomatic quarters
saw it as an attempt to exert
pressure on the Foreign Minis-
ters' deputies now meeting In
Paris.
Price Of Glory
SOUTHPORT, England, Mar.
17, (UP) The cltv govern-
ment docked one of its laborers
54 cents for taking time off to
rescue a man from drowning,
it was made known today.
James Clarkson. 35. left his
work on a pier to wade out to a
sandbank and help resee a
man trapped there. He then
went home to change his wet
clothing before returning to
work.
"It's matter, of discipline,"
the City Councillors explained.
Vandenberg Takes
Turn For Worse
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., ]
Senator Arthur Vandenberg
took a turn for the worse toJay
after rallying slightly yesterday.
' Absent from his Senate seal
almost continuously for 18
months because of poor health
the former Michigan newspaper
pubUsher nevertheless kept *-
breast of the national and it -
ternatlonal scene till this la(
relapse. He lent his support to
the Troops-for-Europe plan, i
Vandenberg, a former lsolaj
tlonlst who fought bittern
against U. S. participation iri
the League of Nations afi-aj
World War I changed his standl
after World War II and ;
been a consistent champion o
the United Nations.
Christians Of All Faiths
Mark Palm Sunday Tomorrow
All churches of Christian faith But on Easter morning, all
In the Canal Zone and Panama Christian churches observe ths
will observe Palm Sunday to- resurrection of Christ with tra-
morrow. Special services and dltlonal services of rejoicing,
musical programs have been ar- dating back more than 19 cen-
ranged to commemorate the turles to the dawn of the CUawi
entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Ian era. 1
the Sabbath prior to his cruel- _..,,_
flxion. Besides the Easter services in
Along the streets, as he passed, church edifices, two open-alf
the people of the city cast palms sunrise services will be held on'
In front of the procession as a the Pacific Side and one on ths1
gesture of welcome. It was from Atlantic Side. The dawn services
this act of homage that the are arranged by chaplains of ths
palms later drew their ecclesias- armed services, but everyone Is
tical symbolism. welcome.
Throughout Holy Week the
most deeply significant period of Space and staff limitations
the Christian calendarCatholic make It Impossible for the Pana-
and Episcopal churches have ma American to print detailed;
scheduled daily observances and schedules of the hours of these
acts of devotion. Many other sects scores of special observances and
have also announced special ser- devotions. To use a few, and not
vices. all. would run counter to its po*!
On Holy Thursday known to licy of giving space to all faiths'
some faiths as Maundy Thurs- on its weekly church page,
day traditional observances As many of the hours for East*.
prepare Christians for Good Frl- er Sunday services are different
day. when the services follow in from those of other Sundays, thajj
many sacred forms the actual usual columns of church listings,
crucifixion of the Lord Jesus. will not appear In this paper
On the Saturday the of- next Saturday, though a new
flcial end of the 40-day Lenten story will give general coverage
season only a few faiths hold on the plans for the Easter ob-
servlces. servance*.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrives
New Orleans Service_____________________ Cristobal
S.S. Totec ,.i.................................Mareh 17
S.S. Leven Bend .............................March 27
S.S. Chlrlqui ...................................April 2
8.8. Fiador Knot ...............................April 10
S.S. I hlriqui...................................April 16
Olandltnr Rifrlfrralrd (hilled and (nitral Cario)
Arrives
New York Freight Service___________________Criatobal
S.S. Cape Ann ................................March 19
S.S. Cape A vino r ..............................March 28
S.S. Cape Cod.............,................... .April 4
S.S. Cape Cumberland ................'.........April 11
Freight Sailing Wrrkl) (ram Havana U CrUtabal
Weakly Salllnii lo New York I os Angela, San Franriaco, Sraielr
Ocraalonal Sailings to New Orlean* and Mobile.
(The Steamer* In thli service are limited lo twelve pa>">|rr>)
Frequent Freight Sailings from CrMohal to Weal Coast Central America
Sails
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, (iuatemala Midnight
S.8. Chlrlqui Passenger Service Only)........April 2
S.S. Chlrlqui ...................................April Hi
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TO UK/CONTINENT
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TO KCUADOB. PaJlU AND CHILI::
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TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST U.S.A.:
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18 Weapon
19 Ambary
20 Fast driver
22 Accomplish
23 Image
25 Encourage
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28 Sit
29 Hold
30 Preposition
31 Opera tab *
32 Indians
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38 Above
39 Kind of cheese
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PAYING THE PRICE
"Bleated Is He that cometh
In the name of the Lord. Ho-
sanna In the highest !".St. Mark
11:9.
By our Lord's dramatic and
triumphal entry into Jerusalem
on the first Palm Sunday, He
taught the world a new idea o
leadership the royalty ol hu-
mility, the sovereignty of serv-
ice. He showed us the price that
must be paid for true spiritual
leadership.
Let us try and be as thought-
ful as the by-stander was on tne
first Palm Sunday. Let us pay at-
tention not only to tbe crowrs,
the shouting and the palm-wav-
ing, but to what our Lord Is try-
ing so desperately to show us. It
seems to me that thoughtful peo-
ple are realizing more and moi e
that there Is a much costlier
price which must be paid for a
decent world than winning an-
other war and the mere re-ai-
rangement of .Its economics af-
terwards. Let) us see what our
Lord teaches us here on the first
Palm Sunday and the events thm
followed during that first Holy
Week. We learn what trut In-
spired leadership can do.
Christ claims upon us as the
price of leadership, first, disci-
pline coupled with humility. Dis-
cipline begins with the recogni-
tion of authority. The one, Inclu-
sive, sufficient authority Is the
Spirit of God. That gives moral
Iron to life. It means, too, the
taking of responsibility. It is go-
ing to take people who have died
to self, if we are going to cure a
world like ours. Our Lord would
never have faced Jeruslam if He
had been pre-occupled with Him-
self. -
The divine strategy on this
battle-front will be Ood working
through obedient men to estab-
lish His sovereignty throughout
the earth.
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Opening leadV 8
When an opponent opens the
bidding In one of your own
strong suits, you are usually well
advised to keep quiet. There Is
often a good chance that the op-
ponents will stay In the soup
unless you rescue them by diving
in yourself.
In the hand shown today, for
example, East and West could
not get very far li left to their
own devices. If they rashly bid a
game In spades (their best suit),
they would surely be setper-
haps doubled. Even If they stop-
ped under game, they might
choose a poor contract. At best
they would make only a small
profit.
When South entered the bid-
ding, he gave the opponents a
chance to get a large Instead of
a small profit. His own length In
hearts should have Indicated
that West might well be verv
shortin which case West would
be itching to double almost any
bid.
This was certainly the case
when today's hand was played.
West's double was not the strong-
est ever seen, but he was very
happy to get off the hook him-
self.
Bast won the opening heart
lead with the ace and returned
the queen of clubs. South cover-
ed with the king, and West won
with the ace. west returned a
club to East's jack, and East led
back the deuce of hearts.
West ruffed and led another
clttb for East to ruff. (The deuce
of hearts called for a club rather
than a spade return.) Now East
returned the queen of hearts,
asking for a spade lead.
West ruffed again and cheer-
fully led a spade to Bast's ace.
Thereupon East led still another
heart, allowing West to over-ruff
dummy.
South made the rest with his
five trumps, but still paid a pen-
alty of 800 points for his overcall.
This was far too much to lose on
a hand in which the opponents
could have made only a part Jl
score If left to themselves.
Three Congressmen,
One Lady Legislator.
Arriving on 'Panam'
Two members of the House of
Representative's Veterans Affairs
Committee, one member of the
Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce committee and a congress-
woman who serves on the com-
mittee on expenditures In the
Executive Department are due
here late this month.
The group is sailing from New
York next Wednesday on the S.S.
Panama and will arrive In Cris-
tobal March 26. They will re-
turn to New York on the same
ship after a four-day visit to the
Canal Zone.
The representatives all Re-
publicans are: Mrs. Cecil H.
Harden and John V. Bream, of
Indiana. William 1. Springer of
Illinois, and Alvln E. O'Koskl of
Wisconsin. Mrs. Harden will be
accompanied by her husband, the
others by their wives.
Reps. O'Konski and Springer
serve on the Veterans Committee,
Mrs. Harden on the Expenditures
in the Executive Department and
Beamer with the Interstate and
Foreign Commerce group.
working order before being con-
nected.
The relnatallatlon of about 35
air raid warning sirens was be-
gun by the Electrical Division
early In January. They are be-
ing placed In the same general
locations used during World War
II. Among those already lnatal
led and ready for testing on tr
Pacific side is one on top of thj
Administration Building at Bal
boa Heights.
Sirens are being reinstalled ol
the Atlantic side and will
tested at a later date.
Air Raid Sirens
Will Be Tested
On Pacific Side
Pacific Side air raid sirens will
be tested in several civilian com-
munities durlng< this coming
week, before they are connected
with the general alert system.
It Is planned to test the sirens
individually during the noon
hour. None of the sirens will be
connected with the main system.
The purpose of the test is to de-
termine If the sirens are in good
l^oyal
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BAARN ...........................March
HERMES .........................March 88
HESTIA............................April 4
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
BAARN ...........................March 18
DOURO ...........................March 2S
MANTO ..........................March SI
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
A COASTER..............Beginning of April
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
- HESTIA ..................t.......March 84
BREDA ..........................March 19
GANYMEDES......................April 18
TO ARCENTINE, URUGUAY and BRAZIL:
GANYMEDES ......................April 18
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PAGE THREE
&, 96, alLoa M*U-ZkL 2 1336,
MR8. REMON'S LUNCHEON AT EL PANAMA HOTELv
HONORS WIFE OF PRESIDENT ARIAS
Mn. Arnulfo Arias, wife of the President of Panama, w
the eat in whose honor Mrs. Jose Antonio Remen enter-
tained at innrheon Tharsday at El Panama HoteL
Foreim Minister Brio
Leaving for Washington
Dr. Carlos N. Brln, Minister ot
Foreign Relations of Panama.
filan; to leave Tuesday for Washi-
ngton, D.c. where he will at-
tend a meeting of Foreign Min-
isters of the organization of
American States.
Invitations Issued for
Harlan-GUseon Wedding
Captain Charles Olan GUsson.
U.S.N. commanding officer of
the Naval Ammunition Depot,
and Mrs. Olisson have issued in-
vitations for the marriage of
their daughter, Janet Maria, to
Murray Valentine Haran, Jr.,
Lieutenant, United States Mar-
ine Corps. The wedding will take
place Sunday afternoon, April 8,
at 5 p.m., in the Walter Reed Me-
morial Chapel. Washington. D.C,
and will be followed by a recep-
tion at the Walter Reed Officers
Club.
Miss Olisson attended Stevens
College in Missouri and Is a gra-
duate of George Washington
University in Washington, D.C.
During the past year she studied
at the Sorbonne In Paris.
Lt Haran, a son of Mr. and
Mrs Murray V. Haran of Kln.;-
ton. North Carolina. Is a graduate
of Davidson College in North Ca-
rolina and Is a veteran of World
Warn.
Captain and Mrs. Olisson left
today for the United States to be
present at the wedding. He ex-
pects to return to the Isthmui a-
bout the middle of April. Mrs.
Olisson will visit their son and
daughter-in-law in Texas before
returning here In May.
tist Church, Balboa Heights, in
the presence of a few intimate
friends. The Rev. William H.
Beeby officiated. Miss Marguerite
Van Wagner and W. Wilson Dll -
Ion attended the bride and groom.
The bride is United States dis-
bursing officer at the Embassy in
Panama and Mr. Cade is on duly
with the 15th Nava.1 District.
Leave for El Volcan
Ernie L. Payne. George C. Lock -
ridge Captain Harry L. Bach,
Capt. Elmer O. Abbott, Byrne
Hutchlns, A. B. Howard, L. An-
derson, Robert Arnold, Ben Sulss-
man, Paul M. Runnestrand and
his father, E. G. Runnestrand.
Judge E.1J. Tatelman, Rob-irt
Roche, Douglas Johnston, K. D.
Ryll and Louis Kaufer left today
to spend from ten days to three
weeks at the Boy Scout Camp on
El Volcan.
ISTHMIAN DATA
To Attend Party at
Bracos Heights
A group of their friends from
the Pacific side of the Isthmus
will go to Brazos Heights this af-
ternoon for a cocktail party
which Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood P.
Darllnt are giving at their resi-
dence, 'the party will honor Mr.
Darling's sister. Mrs. Ernest I.
duPont of Wilmington. Dela-
ware, who Is their house guest.
Before her marriage Mrs. duPont
resided In Ancon with her par-
ents, the late Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Darling.
Among the Pacific side resi-
dents invited to the party are:
Dr. Herbert C. Clark. Mr. and
Mrs. Ora M. Ewlng, Mr. and Mrs
William D. Taylor, Dr. and Mrs.
Norman W. Elton. Mr. and Mrs.
OttoG. Housmann, Mr. and Mrs
John Dillon Stlch. Colonel and
Mrs. John Bowen. Mr. and Mrs.
Haran Feuille. Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Thornton, Mrs. Virginia
Christian, Miss Loraine Drenan-
berg and Captain Perry Griffith.
Miss Core Hostess
at Tea
Miss Sue Core Is entertaining
a group of her friends at tea '.rus
afternoon at her apartment on
Fourth of July Avenue in Ancon.
Minister and Mrs. Marisol
Honored1 at Supper Party
Colonel Julio Lopez Muniz,
Ambassador of Argentina to Pa-
nama, and Mrs. Lopez Mui.iz,
gave a buffet supper Wednesday
evening at the Embassy as a fare-
well for the Italian Minister and
Mrs. Luigl Marlanl, who are
leaving Panama soon.
Others present included the
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps
and Peruvian Ambassador to Pa-
nama. Dr. Emilio Ortiz de Zera-
Uos and his daughter, Miss Rosa-
rlo Ortiz de Zevallos; the Ecua-
dorian Ambassador and Mrs. Ce-
sar Coloma Silva, Eduardo Mori-
llo Safa, Ambassador of Mexico;
the Venezuelan Ambassador and
Mrs. Enrique Castro Gomez, the
Chilean Ambassador and Mrs.
Manuel Hidalgo Plasa. the Hon-
duran Minister and Mrs. Marco
A. Raudales Planas, the Brazil-
Ian Charge d'Affalres and Mrs.
Oswaldo Barreto e Silva; Ricardo
Brln, Director of Protocol In the
Panama Foreign Office; Mr. and
Mrs. Enrique Linares; the Sec-
retary of the Peruvian Embassy.
Clement Arauz; the Counselor of
the Argentine Embassy, Carlos
Ros Marmol; the Secretary of
the Embassy and Mrs. Camilo J.
Gay; the Attache of the Embas-
sy and Mrs. Luis E. Basualdo, Ho-
racio Mones Ruiz. Attache of the
Embassy and Mrs. Ruiz and Hu-
go R. Rodulfo, Attache of the
Embassy.
Miss Ramey and Mr. Cade
Married Last Evening
Mr. and Mrs. Otis M. Ramey of
Balboa announce the marriage
of their daughter. Ruby Eloise, ai
Charles Roy Cade, son of Mrs. El-
la Cade of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The ceremony was performed last
evening at 8:30 at the First Bap-
House Party
at Santa Clara
The Mesdames Stevens. Hart
and Godby are chaperoning 3(J
members of the Girls Athletic As-
sociation of Balboa High School
on a week's house party at Santa
Clara Beach. The party left Bai-
boa this morning.
BIRTHS
WEIGLE. Mr. and Mrs. William
E., of Margarita, son, March 13,
Colon Hospital.
SNYDER, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.,
of Diablo Heights, son, March 15,
Gorgas Hospital.
IN DEEP FREEZE
MEMPHIS, Ten., (UP). Mrs.
Jack Haynes, Jr., waited impa-
tiently for the butcher to return
from the meat refrigerator and
finally decided.to Investigate. She
opened the locker door and show-
ing butcher staggered out, The
door had locked accidentally.
Sorority Elects
New Officers
At a meeting held at the chap-
ter house In Curundu this weak.
Aloha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
elected officers for the coming
club year. They are: Stella Gil-
bert, president; Wanda Waldr->p,
vice-president; Jackye Allen, sec-
retary; Peggy Wertz, treasurer;
Virginia Willett, corresponding
secretary and Lorraine Terry, ex-
tension officer.
Plans were completed for the
All Fools Dance to bs held in the
Tlvoli Hotel Ballroom Saturday,
Mar. 31. from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Rush week plans were discussed
and names of rushees submitted.
After the meeting, a late sup-
per was served by the hostesses,
Miss Pat Kuller and Miss Nanette
Lynch. Mrs. Alice Myers was
honored by the members with a
gift shower. Mrs. Ava Howell won
the evening's prize, a pair of car-
rings. Other members present
were: Miss Stella Gilbert, Mrs.
Wanda Waldrop. Miss Jackye Al-
len. Mrs. Peggy Wertz, Miss Vir-
ginia Willett, Miss Lorraine Ter-
ry, Miss Claire Hermanny, Mrs.
Patty Baker, Mrs. Jeanne Fre-
sis, Miss Genie Williams, Mr/.
Muggs Felton. Miss Shirley H-
sum. Mrs. Charlotte Cagley and
Mrs. Pearl, Brown.
TKeater Guild Try-Outs
Tuesday and Wednesday
The Theater Guild will hold
try-outs for its next produei/m
Tuesday and Wednesday at 8 p.m.
in the Diablo Heights Theafr.
Those interested in Joining the
guild are cordially invited to at-
tend the try-outs.
Mrs. Huff Returning
to New Orleans
Mrs. M. B. Huff is leaving to-
morrow by airplane for her home
in New Orleans, after a visit uf
several weeks with her son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrj.
Maenner B. Huff on Amador
Road In Balboa. Mrs. Huff was
for many years a resident of Bal-
boa.
Mr. and Mrs. Pago
Entertain Informally
Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Page gave
a garden supper party last even-
ing at their residence on Crotn
Street In Balboa for a small
group of their friends.
Former Isthmian Resident
Honored by Friends
About 30 of his friends gave a
barbecue supper last evening at
Diablo Heights for Lt. Lucien
Page, a former Canal Pilot, who
is here with the U.S.T.S. Charles-
ton. Lt. and Mrs. Page now re-
side at Buzzard's Bay, Massachu-
setts.
Lt. Page Is leaving tomorrow
after a visit of four days at Dia-
blo Heights with Captain and
Mrs. Elmer O. Abbott.
Mrs. Hazard'i Luncheon
Honors Mrs. Tabor
Mrs. "Tot" Tabor of Pasadena.
California, who is visiting her
son and daughter-in-law, Lt.
and Mrs. Jack Tabor in Cristobal,
came to the Pacific Side yester-
day for a luncheon given in her
honor. Mrs. Russell T. Hazzard
was hostess at the luncheon, held
at Hotel El Panama and the oth-
er guests were Mrs. M. B. Huff of
New Orleans and Mrs. Fred Kyle-
ber of Gamboa. Mrs. Tabor is a
former resident of Balboa.
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minute's drive from the Ancon Clubhouse
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TACE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1951
Chandler Beini?; Considered As Golf Commissioner
by
JOE WILLIAMS
MIAMI BEACH.There was a bit of off-stage drama In the
Chandler rhubarb that never quite came into full focus. It had
to "flp with a shattered friendship dating back to schoolboy days,
a rupture which inexorably split the commissioner and his Man
Friday, one Walter Mulbry. I
~3"hero is reason to believe that ,the situation influenced
Chaadlar's determination to regain baseball's papacy. Restored to
Eortr. he would have dismissed Mulbry lgnominously. It wouldn't
vJE been considered politic to bounce li m during the turmoil
of*he campaign, particularly since one ol the raps Chandler
faeW was vlndictlveness.
!3ts I revealed in this space last week. Chandler actually re-
jOfcl when lie received the bad news at the St. Petersburg re-
volt? But some 30 minutes later he contacted Phil Wrlgley. owner
of3Ii" Cli nom he resigned), and announced he
red.
'. "1 indicated Mulbry had probably been a factor in 1hc com-
i, about-laci, by citinp, that Old Judge Landis'
Friday. Leslie (Bless Mc> O'Connor had moved up. In the
un. between resigning and phoning Wrlgley, Chandler, I
ted, must dered with concern If Mulbry would pros-
pi r similarly.
le lime, he evidently didn't know how Mulbry stood
club owners. Like some of us in the press box he must
have felt his secretary stood well. Later heas well as wewere
fji learn th's was not the case. So when he drew the Queen ol
es aga In here the other day Chandler had accepted the ver-
i without protest; he would turn in his card immediately if
the owners' wish. By then he knew Mulbry was a dead
duck, too.

QUESTION HIS LOYALTY
Just what came between the two men who have played the
on and Pythias circuit for 30 years may never be learned.
So i hear vcral versions of the broken romance. The most pop-
ular one pictures Mulbry In a clandestine grasp for power
. ii e ni his superior and benefactor.
The meeting here was supposed to be cut and dried. Even
i ilcr. who lind been claiming 13 votes, conceded early he had
I overoptimistic. A number of the magnates had planned to
Hie afternoon at the race trark. It wasn't going to tako
more than half an hour to dispose of Chandler. All the speechlfy-
had been taken care of the day before In the smoki-flllcd
ms.
But the meeting wasn't a quickie. It dragged on unaccount-
ably for hours. Only Clark Griffith, owner of the Wash i'
liad insisted on making a new plea for the comim
tt. H a prepared i atemeni which consumed only a few
i I Hher matters had come up for discussion. Oil' of them
I now loam, was Mulbry There was a review of his work in the
commissioner's office. It was not complimentary. A Midwest club
i got up and castigated him as disloyal.
. be a general house-cleaning when Chandler
i ves office. Mulbry Is doomed but will not be removed
I he owners immediately for the same reason Chandler he
act: There has been too much turmoil already and the pub-
.nfldence has been jolted enough as it Is It will seeni\more
Mulbry his papers the day Chandler packs It In.
i-all Is not only on the prowl for a $65.000 com-
i oner but a $30,000 stand-in ns well. The Mulbry post Is im-
|H$ant. AIL the games documents are channeled through his
office. The secretary i.s in a position to know more about the
war-all operation of Hie game than the owners themsolv <
. iner who is not always avnllable In person.

FAILED TO SWING A VOTE
e Mulbry incident discloses that Happy's reign was even
9Be unhappy than appeared on the surface. Though It could
ttfe happened had h* stayed In Washington, this
ves to Illustrate the peculiar difficulties the lyrical
n had in trying to find his way in a field where poli-
^^n't all Important.
from the start Chandler got off on the wroiiR bunion. I
n in office six months when Tom Yawki .. i i
i Red Sox. offend personally to buy up his contract for
^^bOO. Young and ambitious. Chandler wanted dc-perately to
nuke a name for himself in baseball. The headlines fascinated
him. I believe he saw them leading to the White House.
IV misjudged the philosophy and practice of base-
bull operation. Rkht up to the end he adhered to the Ool
i la. li must hare astonished him that for all the ir
-mending he had done since last December When In
first repudiated, 0-7. there was not the slightest change in the
ifiijlii' a single vote was influenced. The final score was
St il f 7
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Balboa Hi Retains Interscholastic Track
And Field Title In Record Filled Meet

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OFFICE IN PANAMA:
inn Central Ave. at
turner of "I" Street.
0. R. De ROUX
.Manager.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at rorncr
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUVNES V.
Sub-Manager.
01RS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m
SATURDAYS: from 8:0<1 am. to 12:00 p.m.
Balboa High's thinclads swept
to the Inl and
field title lor the third straight
lit at the Balboa
Stadium trad!. The Bulldogs i
c.-l past the undermanned Junior
College outfit and the Cristobal
club as they scored 65 points
Wnlle J.C. was collecting 56'. and
CHS :
Up were numerous and
n records plentiful as the
it evenl proi tun was run off
in ti d time of an hour
V/ally Trout started the
loped
the high hurdle in the time of
'a time In
the : Relays earlier this
This is a ifew Canal Zone
and Interscholastic record.
Trout again equalled a record
wlim be took the low hurdles in
This tie t:-e standard set
by Paul .i. o BHS earlier
in. Jamesson and Trout
neck and neck at the last
hurdle, which Jamesson hit, thus
pracl the race to
Trout on a silvei platter.
Henry Cruz, outstanding run-
ner i the Balboa
lints when he
scored a double win by taking
the two toughest races on the
;ile and half mile.
Just to complete his work. Cruz
also lie half mile rec-
ord when he ran the 2 laopcr
timer record of
2:09.5 was held by George Boyn-
ton of J. C.
Bo's Young, running for the
preen Wave, vas the only other
dou )le v Inner of the nigh
iptured both the sprint titles,
and he was aI-~o a member of the
3 C winning quarter mile Re-
:. Bill Blackburn, the
kiiv il putter from the
Gold Coast accounted for an-
rd when he tossed
i rt. a in.
The final record to go by the
boards was that of the 440 yd.
Frank Fonndares of the
.1 c accounted for a new one'in
this hen in toured the
track in 52.8. Frank was pressed
of the way by Fred Rav-
bourne of Balboa, but in the
stretch run. Eocanderes pulled
from the field to take the
THE RESULTS:
High Hurdles:
Trout , R. Ostrea (BHS>.
I US'. Orvis (JC Time:
15.5 i i ,1 Trout .set in Bal-
boa Reluys Uii
Shot Tut:
kburn (Cj, Godbv iBHS,
. Pa vies UCi Dist-
45 ft. 2 In. 'better than
record set by Smith of Balboa in
1950.)

Yotmst < Arthur 'JO.
D. Ostrea (BHS'. Norris (BHS'
Time: 10.1.
Mile Run:
Cruz (BHSI, I v iBHS>.
zimmerinan (q), Whitioek ic>
Tlmc:5|21.0.
Disea:
Morris fBHS).Manning (BHS>.
iblay IJQ, Sullivan 'CHS>
180 ft a in.
Junior i I Young, Fons.
t. McArthur-. BHS Time:
46 0.
'10 \d. Ifash:
(JCl, Raybourne
abreaa (BHS.. Jenkins
Betters record
set b; q 1940 and
tied by McArthur of J C. In 1950.)
nigh lump:
Salas (BUSi. Bradv (BHS'.
Herriiv,- 'JC. CHS'and
Ot-vls 'JC' tied. Height: 5 ft. 10
In.
Folr Vault:
Herriiv; t.TCi and Manniiv
fCHSl tied, Naphis (BHS) and
Jamesson and Sullivan
'BHS' tied Height: 9 ft. 10 in.
cl Jump:
Trout (JC). D. Ostrea (BHS'.
Norris i BHS i. Trembley (JC
mee: ::o ft. Bfe in.
Low Hurdles:
Trout Maphi.s (BHSi Time: 12 3
' tied record set bv Jamesson this
year In BH-JC dual mi
889 yd. Run:
Cruz Koui my ibhs>.
ndares (JO, Roberts iC
Time: 2:07.5 (betters record
by Boyntn-i of 'JC' la.;t year.)
Ml. Dash:
Young (JCl, McArthur 'JC).
Norris )!IIS', Bennet (CHS'
23.1.
Mile Relay:
B: h 'Fabreea. Soria-
no. D I i, Raybournei, 'CHS'
Time: 3.44.4.
Tina) Seore of Meet:
G5.
IK' Point Mm of the'Meet:
Illy Trout of J. C. with 16H
points.
Summit Golfers Point For
Title; Amador vs. Brazos
STANDINGS
Davis
Panama.........20
Summit Hills. .'.... 26Vi
Brazos Brook...... IM
Amador.........16
I'nrt Davis .....
The Summit Hills wreckers,
their sweaters all neatly Ironed,
will walk out to the Panama Golf
Club tomorrow to become Isth-
mian club champions for the
first time.
The SSGs are scheduled to take
on Fort Davis in one of the. final
matches of the Inter Club
tournament, but "take on" Is
hardly the expression. "Wine up"
might be more to the. point, be-
that is what Is almost cer-
tain to happen.
Everyone else has plastered
Davis to date and tomorrow, with
hleh riding Summit in the op-
posite corner, nobodv can hardly
expect the weather to change.
Host Qlub Panama, former king
At
Summit Braios Amador Total
20 4 29 13'.' 83
____ 2S'i. IK', fiO'i
S''. 2 45
2(5'i 6'i 43
3'i 1 4 8li
of them all. will be sitting this
one out since they have already
had four whacks and failed to
maintain Summit's pace ... al-
though they still are the only
ones with a mathematical chance
of grabbing the nod.
Summit needs 23M points to
pass Panama. Against Davis
that's like drinking a c,ool beer.
Panama knocked off Davis for 29
of 30. Just to start a comparison.
The real fight tomorrow Is for
third place between Brazos Brook
and Amador. This should be a
god tussle. Brazos right now has
a two point edge but over the
Panama layout ttie Amador play-
ers should be good enough to
overcome this deficit.
Nowl Thrilling New
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Gamboa Tigers Win Pacific
'W League Championship
The Gamboa Tigers, playing
like champions, won their first
Pacific side baseball champion-
ship by defeating the strong, well
coached Ancon Blue Devils by
the score of in to 7.
Gamboa will represent the Pa-
cific side today at Ml. Hope Stad-
ium against the Cristobal team
which won the Atlantic side
championship, the winner will be
dcslanated as the "D" league Ca-
nal Zone Champions and will re-
ceive the beautiful Health De-
partment trophv alone with an
American Legion baseball medal
for each player of the winning
team.
The Dredging Division team
started* the game with a terrific
hitting attack and looked as If
tliey might make a rout of the
i bv scoring sevmi runs In
the first Inning, but Lou Fa-
nucci's Ancon blue devils came
back with five runs In the second
Inning to make a close game of
IV.
The Champions were never be-
hind in the came and sewed it
up In the last half of the fourth
with three more runs on Home
Runs by Miles Metcalf and
Winters Hope. Metcalf's homer
came with one man on. Lopez
and Amrstadt. the right fielder
and shortstop respectively, hit
homers for the blue devils.
Ronnie Mead. Ancon pitcher
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allowed eight hits while Carlos
Seise and John Magee allowed
five hits. The Gamboa team, who
also won the ELKS NATIONAL
YOUTH DAY baseball tourna-
ment on Feb 22 at Gamboa will
complete their season In their
tilt with the Cristobal team Sa-
turday.
Box Seore cf Championship
Game
Ancon AB H R
Angstadt. ss........3 1 1
Lopez, rf ..........3 1 1
Duran, c..........3 0 0
Henrlt|uez, lb ........3 1 1
Wood, cf..........3 2 1
Harley. If............2 0 0
Nahmand. 3b........2 0 1
Duran. 2b..........2 0 1
Mead, p............2 1 1
Durfee............1 0 0
Totals............24 6 7
Batted for Nahmad.
Gamboa AB H R
Rvter. ss............2 1 0
Morris. 3b..........3 1 1
Metcalf, lb..........3 2 2
Magee. c............3 1 1
Hope, cf..........3 2 2
Seise, p............3 o 1
Henderson. 2b......3 1 1
Herring. If..........3 2 1
Powell, rf ..........3 1 1
Totals..........- .26 11 10
Umpires: Likens and Leisey.
Sports Briefs
By UNITED PRESS
A Los Angeles man has pleaded
innocent by reason of insanity
to charges of attempting to fix
a Pacific Coast conference
basketball game.
Albert Scroggins 31 years old
will be examined by three
psychiatrists. Scroggins' lawver
says Scroggins "has been in five
to seven Institutions during his
lifetime." Scroggins is held In
$50,000 bail. He's charged with
offering Ken Flower of Southern
California $1.500 to lose to U. C.
L. A. by 12 points two weeks aeo.
Southern California won the
game. 43-41.
RACING
A strike of parl-mutuel clerks
at the Bav Meadows race track-
scheduled for yesterday has
been averted.
The track agreed Thursday
night to give the clerks a 10 per
cent wage hike. Union officials
say the clerks will get an aver-
age raise of $2.20 two-dollars and
20-cents a day. The clerks have
okayed the agreement.
ALL-ROUND ATHLETE
Au Sable Forks N. Y.. INF.A1
Floyd Wisher. 275-pound Itha-
ca College football and track
star, will be a member of the
U. S. Olympic bobsled souad.
CORKING GOOD
ItaliaiI Swiss Golon/
Irish Bob Murphy
K.O.'s Bucceroni
In Five Rounds
NEW YOR. Mar. 17 (UP)Irish
Bob Murphy last night technical-
ly knocked out Dan Bucceroni in
51 seconds of the fifth round of
their scheduled ten-round bout
at Madison Square.
Murphy, of San Diego, was a
solid 2-to-l favorite over Bucce-
roni, of Philadelphia. Murphy
tipped the scale at 177 pounds at
the noon welgh-in. His opponent
hit 172.
A possible shot at the light-
heavyweight title awaits Murphy.
Light Heavyweight Champion
Joey Maxim has been ordered to
sign by April 1 for a defense.
Murphy, along with Harrv
Matthews who whipped Irish Bob
two weeks ago. are considered
prime contenders for the title
shot.
New Twist In
Sports Betting
PIULA D E L P H I A. Mar. 17
(UP). A new twist in bet-
ting on sports results develop-
ped here yesteiday when Sa-
muel Mendeloff. 29. was held In
$400 hall on gambling charges.
Police said Mendeloff hid
slips showInT 20 bets on Major
League exhibition baseball
games played In spring train-
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Top Tennis Stars
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PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 7 (UP)
Former champions Pancho
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entered the week-Ion 'Phlla-
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Several Top Pro Golfers
Working To Create Post
By United Press *
MIAMI, Fla., Mar. 17 Some professional golfers
are working for the creation of o> High Golf Commissioner
and mentioning A. B. (Happy) Chandler for the job, if
was disclosed today.
"If they make me the proper
offer, I believe I would undertake
It, even though I am under pres-
sure from my political friends In
Kentucky," Chandler said In a
telephone Interview with reDOrt-
er Woody Kepner of the Miami
News Bureau.
Chandler was voted out as
Baseball Commissioner as soon
as the Major League club owners
can find a successor.
George Jacobus, president of
the Professional Golfers' As-
sociation from 1933 to 194, said
Jimmy Drmarrt, Ben lloran,
Lawsnn Little. Gene Saraien
and Vic Ghesci were talking up
the creation of a Golf Com-
missioner at the Seminle
Tournament In West Palm
Beach this week. Jacobus said
they "expressed a desire to
have Chandler serve."
Jacobus Is a pro at the Ridge
wood Country Club In New Jer-
sev and has been wintering In
Miami. He directs the National
Baseball Players' Golf Tourna-
ment here each February.
Chandler said in the interview
from "his Versailles. Ky home:
"Money Is not Important. I ex-
pect I can get through the winter
all right. You know, I love golf.
I can leave my baseball post at
any time. I'm free now."
Jacobus said that Joe Novak,
Dresldent of the PGA, now at
Bell-Alre. Cal., will be contacted
by players about the movement.
Training Camp News
By UNITED PRESS
Stan Muslal drove In four runs
yesterday as the Cardinals edg-
ed the Cincinnati Reds, 7-6, at
St. Petersburg, Florida. Muslal
col'ected a triple, double and two
singles. He singled home the
tvlng run In the ninth, and Bill
Howerton followed with another
single to send in the winning run
off Bud Byerly. Joe Adcock
homered for the Reds off Tom
Poholsky.
The Boston Red Sox picked up
16 hits as they whipped the De-
troit Tigers. 10-4. at Lakeland.
Shortstop Vern Stephens of the
Reef Sox twisted his right ankle
and had to be helped from the
field. Stephens will be sidelined
for several days. Matt Batts and
Lou Boudreau homered for the
Red Sox( while Blllv Goodman
had a three-run double and Ted
Williams a two-run double.
Johnny Llpon homered for the
Tigers.
Manager Casey Stengel gave
the New York Yankees a day off
at Phoenix. Arizona. The Yankees
boarded a train last night for Los
Angeles and an 11-day swing
through California. Stengel says
he'll start Joe DlMaggio and his
regular batting order today
ai'.ainst the Hollywood Stars.
Stengel says he's completely sa-
tisfied with the way the Yankees
have looked In spring training.
He singles out Mickey Mantle. Gil
McDougald. Clint Courtney and
pitchers Bob Wiesler and Tom
Morgan for special praise.
EXHIBITION RESULTS
LAKELAND, FLORIDA
R H F
Boston (A> 003 120 400-10 16 1
Detroit (A> 001 000 0214 9 3
Bill Evans, Ben Flowers (5>
Paul Hlnrichs (9) and Matt
Batts. Fred Hutchlnson, Hal
White (6) and Joe Ginsberg. WP-
Evans. LPHutchlnson. HR
Johnny Llpon (Deti third, none
on. HRBatts (Bos) fourth, none
on. HRLou Boudreau (Bos)
fifth, one on.
CLEARWATER. FLORIDA
(13 Innings)
Boston (Ni
001 003 O01 000 05 10 1
Philadelphia (Ni
000 012 020 000 18 11 3
Bob Hall, Murray Wall (4),
Ernie Johnson (7). Dick Donovan
(81, Bob Hogue (I3i and Ebba St.
Claire. Robin Roberts, Blix Don-
nelly (7i, MUo Candlnl (10), Ken
Trlnkle (131 and Stan Lopata,
Andy Semlnlck (12). HRMike
Goliat (Pha) 8th, one on. WP
Trlnkle. LPHogue.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Cincinnati (N)
200 000 3106 11 >
St. Louis (N)
200 000 3027 9 1
Ewell Blackwell, Bud Byerly (7)
and Bob Schefflng. Tom Pohol-
sky, Wilmer MItzell (6t, Berni
Crimian (8> and Bill Sarni. WP
Crimlan.- LPByrely. HRJo*
Adcock (Cln) first, one on.
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TEA PARTY AT BRITISH CONSULATE
Mrs. Raymond Kirwin. wife of HBM Cjmrol at Colonf en-
tertained with a tea party at the consulate Thursday after-
n0Mrs. Frank L. Scott and Mr. Staney Kldd presided at
the tea table.
The guest list Included: Mrs.
Milton Cookson, Mrs. B. F. Llb-
ner. Mrs. Leo Hock, Mrs. Herman
Henrlquez. Mrs. Gunther Hirsch-
leld, Mr. J. W. B. Hall, Mr?.
John Kernick, Mrs. Eustace Lee,
Mrs. William Middleman, Mrs.
Gilbert Morland. Mrs. David Mc-
Ilhenny, Mrs. Raymond I
Mrs. Ronald Owen, Mrs. Malncrt
Peterson, Mrs. Carrie Peteroon.
Mrs. Frank W. Scott. Mrs. E. M.
Skilhnan. Mrs. Julio Salas. Mr.-?.
Charles Whltaker. Mis. Joseph p.
Whltaker. and Mrs. J. M. Wil-
kerson.
Bon Voyage Party
for Mrs. Turner
Mrs. William Qiacly was hos-
tss for a dessert bridge parly
given at her Dc Lessens home
Thursday evening for Mrs. E. B.
Turner, who is leaving next,
month for a States vacation.
Mrs. Turner was presented a
guest prize by the hostess and
Mrs. Carl Maedl, Miss Elsie Hal
llwcll and Mrs. D. A. Waddcll
won the scoring prizes.
The other guests were: Mrs. O.
E. Jorstad, Mrs. E. B. O'Br. in,
Jr. and Mrs. Hector M. Grant.
_____
Fort Gullck Ladles Club Meeting
Mrs. Maurice Webb, retiring
president, presided at the regular
meeting of the Fort Gullck La-
dies Club which was held Thurs-
day at the Fort Gullck Officers
Club.
were elected: president, Mrs. H.
W. Hankel, vice-president; Mrs.
M.D.Smith, Secretary; Mrs. John
C Hipson, Treasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Kormylo; Board of Governor;,:
Mrs. Maurice Webb, Mrs. Jack D.
Oakley. Mrs. Leo E. Montgomery.
During the meeting Mrs. Webb
was presented two small silver
dishes in appreciation of her
worjc with the club.
The group .bade farewell to
Mrs. Julius Slack and Mrs. D. W.
Thompson. Mrs. Thompson left
wftfl Lt. Thompson today for du-
ty in the States. Mrs. Slack will
be on the Isthmus for a short
time before going to California.
Hostesses were Mrs. A. A. Zllkle
and Mrs. John C. Hlpson. Thty
used an Easter theme in their
decorations. The individual ta-
bles at which the 45 members and
guests were seated held a nest of
flowers filled with candy Easter
eggs. The buffet talile was cen-
tered with a floral fountain re-
peating the purple and yellow
spring colors In Pride of Barba-
dos and bougainvilla.
The door prize was won by Mrs.
C. Thompson and Mrs. W. G. Ro-
berts was welcomed as a new
member.
Balboa "Y" Officials Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Lesleigh Da;ls
and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McClel-
land of the staff of the Cris
Y.M.C.A., entertained their asso-
ciates from the Balboa Y.M.C.A .
with a Chinese dinner at the Y
quarters in Cristobal Friday
evening.
The Pacific Side guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Piper, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Demarest and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kromer of
France Field and their three chil-
dren.
Also present were: Mrs. Jean
Stevens. Miss Edna Jackson, Mis.
.Ena Chlsholm and Ann and
Charles McClelland.
St. Patrick's Cocktail Party
Tlie Coco Solo Officers Wives
Club is arranging a cocktail par-
ty at the Officers Club tonignt
from 5:30 to 7:30.
All members, their husbands
and guests are cordially Invited
The following new officers to attend.
SIMULTANEOUS RELEASE IN 60 COUNTRIES!
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2. KLIM taps without refrigeraron
37 KL!M quality is always uniform
4. KLIM is excellent for growing children
5. KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishes
6. KLIM Is recommended fer infant feeding
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FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER
New Commanding Officer
for Coco Solo Arrives
Captain L. L. Koepke arrived
by navy transport Friday to as-
sume the duties of commanding
offloer of the Coco Solo Naval
Station.
Captain Koepke was accompa-
nied by his wife and daughters,
Candy and Taffy and Mrs. Koo-
pke's mother, Mrs. J. J. Jackson
of Colon. A son, Henry Twohy ic-
malned in the States to attend
Hargraves Military Academy in
Chatham, Virginia.
Captain and Mrs. Koepke are
well-known on the Isthmus. Mrs.
Koepke was reared in Colon and
Caotain Koepke served at Coco
Soiatwo years ago. He returns af-
ter a tour of duty at the office of
the Chief of Naval Operations In
Washington, D.C.
r,lvve unvnnvn __ A reception la honor of Mr. and Mrs. lames A. Farley was ven
ThrS? e"S br CWd'll&es of the United States and Mr,. Murray M. Wise In
th"Bnfbaw mldenceTon La Cresta. Farley is chairman of the board of the Coca Cola Ex-
nort cVrnoratonS prominent democrat. He was formerly United States Postmaster
Teera? POSn'w 'bo ffift to right): Farley. Mr* Farley; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Dr. Carlos N. Brin; Mrs. Wise and Wise.___________________________________
Fernleaf Chapter Visits
Royal Palm Chanter O.E.S.
Royal Palm Chapter No. 2, Or-
der of the Eastern Star, had as
their guests for dinner Thursday
evening and a special meeting,
the officers and members of
Fernleaf Chapter No. 4 of Pedro
Miguel
The lodge hall was decorated
with ferns in honor of the visit-
or-. Mrs. Victor May. Jr., Worthy
Matron of Royal Palm, opened
the meeting arid Mrs. Helen
Gardner. Worthy Matron of
Fernleaf, presided at the initia-
tion.
The other visiting officers who
exemplified the degrees were:
Worthy Patron. Karl Moulton,
Associate Matron, Mrs. Betty
Crawford. Associate patron, Mrs.
John Muller. Secretary, Mrs. Lef-
ty Schnake, Treasurer, Mrs.
Blanche Shaw, Conductress, Mrs.
Helen Myers, Associate Conduc-
tress, Mrs. Melba Fox, Chaplain,
Mrs. Vltrus Thomas, Organic,
Mrs. Georgia Howard, Marslni,
Mrs Veta Hatchett, Ada, Mrs.
Leola Rlter, Ruth, Mrs. Madelyn
Field, Esther, Mrs. Esther Moui-
ton, Martha, Mrs. Ann Eckhoif,
Electa, Mrs. Helen Thomas, Wil-
der, Mrs. Charlotte Dalley, Sen-
tinel, Mrs. Frank Riter.
Other visitors were Mrs. Alice
Eaton. Worthy Matron of Orchid
Chapter, No. 1 of Balboa and Mr.
Paul Jamesson. Worthy Patron
J Orchid Chapter.
Visiting on Atlantic Side
Mr. and Mrs. John Sadowsky
and son, Johnny, have been
spending several days on the At-
lantic Side and will return to the
Pacific Side Sunday evening.
Mrs. Sadowsky is the former Mifa
Marion King who was reared In
Oatun.
Brownie Meeting
Brownie Troop 36, whose lead-
er Is Mrs. R. E. Cox, held their re-
gular meeting at the Scout Shack
in New Cristobal with Mrs. Nor-
man Davlson and Mrs. W. T.
Compton In charje o the meet-
ing.
After the opening ceremony
and a group of songs the children
planned their Easter party and
spent the afternoon malting the
decorations for the party.
The group also purchased a
gift to be sent to their leader who
Is in the hospital.
St. Patrick's Dances
The 38th Annual. St. Patrick's
Ball is being given this evening
by Council No. 1889. Knights if
Columbus at the Elks Home at
plenty of tender
chicken and
golden egg noodles
Brazos Heights, starting at 8:00
p.m.
The Strangers Club Is having
a St. Patrick's ball this evening
starting at 9:00. A hundred ca-
dets from the U.8.T.8. Charles-
ton will be present.
It is hoped that the young la-
dles who attended the other
dances for visiting cadets will be
present. >
Legion Auxiliary
Celebratlnf Birthday
Nathaniel J. Owen Post and
unit of the American Legion will
celebrate the Legion's birthday
anniversary with a dinner at
building No. 100 Ft. Davis, 01
Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
Members of the Legion, the
auxiliary, their families and
friends are invited to attend.
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP;
CONDINSED FOR GREATER VAIUE 1O0K E0R THE RED AND WHIlt lAHll
LUX-NOW!
VIOLENT DRAMA!
Glenn Ford and
Broderlck Crawford
clash in
"CONVICTED"
with Dorothy Malone
TONIGHT AT 11 P.M.
< Ml UNITE SHOW)
PARIS.....
City of love and intrigue
scene of the most fascinat-
ing mystery ever filmed!
JEAN SIMMONS
"SO LONG St"the FAIR"
- with -
DICK BOGARDE
A N< ome
Star!
Dashing
and Virile!
I II V ,:" S:1* SM
L Ll A 7;Q ;Q pm
Tough As Nails Drama of
Tht BIR HOUSE1 .
The Law HII Him When Hi
Wasn't Looking I..
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CENTRAL
A itory ripped from the heart of
America a new underworld I...
Charle* HESTON
Llaalwlh SCOTT
Vlveca I.INPFORS. In
UNIVCCSM.- nmsHATIBUAl
in.' breath-taking ox
rltemrnt and unparalleled
drama In a masterful.
suspense-filled motion-plc-
turel...
TOMORROW Morning
Show at 10 a.m.
Abbot' and Costello, in
"THE WISTFUL WIDOW
OF WAGON CAP"
Plus: Chapters 8 and 9 of
The Scarlet Horseman"
WICUD
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CECILIA THEATRE
CHEAT PROGRAM!
A Swashbuckling
Drama I...
John CARROLL Adele MARA, In
"THE AVENGERS"
- Also: -
William ELLIOT Marie WINDSOR, In
II1 1.1.1 1 K E"________________
ENCANTO
Alr-Condllloned
A Creat Double Program'
An Experience in Reallsml
William Holden Nancy
Olson. In
"UNION STATION"
. Also:
Joel McCrca. In
"WEI.L'SFARCO"
TI VOLI
Robert Milchitm Fal.h
Oomtrgiie. In
WHERE DANGER LIVES"
Mala Powers. In
"OUTRAGE"
CAPITOLIO
SENSATIONAL DOUBLE!
Loaded with T.N.T.
Ricardo Montalban June Allyson
Dick Powell, in
"RIGHT CROSS"
- Also:
Joel McCrea Arlene Dahl. In
"THE OUTRIDERS"
In Technicolor!,
VICTORIA
"Mysterious Dr. Satan"
Chapters 12 and 13
- Also: -
"Phantom of The Plain"
"MAN FROM FRISCO"
TONIGHT
7:30 p.m.
Rev. EPHRAIM ALPHONSE
Linguist, Translator, Missionary, Evangelist
ANTON MARCO
Opera Singer
GOP Leader Calls
For Coalition With
So. Democrats
NEW YORK. Mar. 17, (UP)
Sen. Karl E. Mundt, R., S.D., has
urged Republicans to take the
lead in forming a new political
party with Southern Democrats
In the 1952 presidential election.
Such a coalition is the only way
to give voters a "clear-cut, hon-
est choice" in candidates and ba-
sic social, economic and political
Issues and should become a per-
manent part of the American
two-party svstem. Mundt said.
In a rare interview with Mrr
Eleanor Roosevelt on the NBC
Radio Network, the OOP Senator
said that the present Democratic
and Republican party labels
have long been "outmoded."
DIVOTS AND DRILLS
Athens, O., (NBA). RogerI
Pedigo. 1060 district golf tttlist.
has withdrawn from Ohio U. to |
enter Ohio State's dental school.
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137 CENTRAL AVE. 137
(Panama Canal Clubhouses
Showing Tonight
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"COMANCHE TERRITORY"
I Technicolor I
Sunday "I'd Climb The Hl|hesl Mountain"
DIABLO HTS.
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John GARriELD Palrlcla NEAL
"THE BREAKING POINT"
Sunday "I.OVF. HAPPY"
r r\ r r\ l I David BRIAN a Mnrjorle REYNOLDS
Q?S?J- "THE GREAT JEWEL ROBBER'
(.] wm Sunday "OPERATION PACIFIC"
PEDPO KilGUBL
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Eslher WILLIAMS Uene KELLY
Take Me Out To The Ball Game'
GAMBOA
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"BIG TOWN SCANDAL"
and "DISASTF.R"
Sunday THF. URKAI JFWH. ROBBER"
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Richard WIDMARK Linda DARNELL
"NO WAY OUT"
Sunday "COMANCIIF. TERRITORY"
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USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents. or our Offices
Minimum for
75 words
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word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlveli Avt.
Pkra* 2-ail
KIOSKO DE LES8EPS
Fu.ut !.*
Panam
MORRISON'S
N.. 4 Fourth ot July Ava.
Pkeae Z-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
14 Ml .Mel.adti Ava.
Fhaaa US COLON
SALON OE BELLEZA AMERICANO
K. N Waat 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
N. 17 "H" SUeel Paaauu
He. 12.171 Caatral Avt. Calta
FOR SALE
Automobiles
ifpR SALE:'46 Block Ford Business
. *.....Coupe. 4 new tires, radio and heat-
>- er. Excellent condition. Ver/ ieo-
, 'jsonoble. Coll Albrook 5228, from
seven to 10:30 p. m.
FOR SALE
.Miscellaneous
""'"OR SAL:194 Fort! Custom Tu-
._'."" 4er V-S, calor dark froy. four
brani1 naw riret; ploitic ioat cevers,
oufiidt raar vitw mirrar, radio, -
B titively A-l condition. Pay only
. $430.00 down and drivo it away.
~ rour FORD, MERCURY. LINCOLN
. "- "DIALER COLPAN MOTCM
Tal. 3-10j3.____________________
FOR SALE:1947 Oldsmob.le 98.
New rubber, radio, seat covers, On
' 7 cu. ft. Frigldoire. Porcelain. 419-
' C. Cocoli or Wm. Brqs Shop.
FOR SALE:Hhjh lees ail eeinti
and anamali. MHaew-areer. $3.25
fallan. Troaievra Sttral.
MEN ONLY! Your Eoster gift proa-
lem solved, .a permanent and nw
Spring hairdo designed especially
for her by professionals. Easter gift
cards supplied. Gentil Bliss, Coco-
li Beauty Shop 4-557.
FOR SALE
Household
Saturday; march 17;
Balboa Woman's Club Letter
Protests Retroactive Taxes
A REAL BARGAIN. Serval refrigerator
8 I -2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crott. Far-
macia.Lo Esperanzo. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
RESORTS
illipt Catch cortagt. Santa Claro
So nurroMt 435. Samoa, Phone
Portme MS77 Cr.etofcoi -
*61?
SALE OF STRUCTURES
FOR SALE: Refrigerator G. E. 9
cu. ft. 25 cycle, porcelain insida
and out. Excellent condition. 801-
X Apt. 10, Balboa, or call Weston
92-3035.
The Ponomo Canal offers for sale to FOR SALE:Roll-awoy bed, 2 chests,
FOR SALE: 1946 Chrysler New
Yerker tardar sadan, color ray.
- -fluid drive, radia and tour brand
new tiros. Dollar far dollar you
can't sat a batter buyl Yovr FORD,
- MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
,~' COLPAN MOTORS, Inc., Tel.
"2-10JS.
FOR SALE:1948 Dodge, 4 Coor
- Sedon, block. $850. Very good
condition. Call 2-3501, after
I700R doily.
the highest bidder Buildings Nos. 202
and 204, all located in Paterno.
Sealed bids will be received in the
office of the Supply and Service Di-
rector at Balboa Heights until 10:30
a. m. on March 28, 1951, when they
will be opened in public. Forms of
proposal with full particulors may be
secured in the office of the Supply
and Service Director. Bolboa Heights,
or from the Clubhouse Manager at
Paraso. ,
2 dressers, youth's desk. 554-B,
Curundu Heights. Tel. 83-5282.-
-.R SALE:China cabinet, maho-
gany desk, 4-wicket choirs, 2 end
tables 2 ehest drawers, 2 bed-
room choirs, cor vacuum cleaner.
Phone 3-1316 house. 139, .New
Cristobal.
GRAMLICHS Sonta Clora beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phone
Gomboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:Two beach cottages.
.Santa Clara, for Easter week-end.
Telephone Schilling, .Balboa 2756.
FOR RENT:Month or season sum-
mer Cottage in Boothbay Harbor.
Maine, for further information coll
Bolboa 1396.
vVilKome Sonta Cloro Beach Cottages.
wo bedrooms, olectr.c refrigera-
fort Rockqos ronoei. Phono Sol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
BY THE DOZEN:
Healthy New Hampshire Red Chick-
ens 2.1-2 3 pounds. Tel. Pon-
omo 3-2555. 7 to 8 a. m.
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Sadon,
color green, four brend new tiros,
puih button windows, nylon itet-
covers. A real bargain! Only $400.
00 down and drive it away. Your
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN MO-
TORS, In. Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick 4-door se-
dan, Roodmoster, Dynaflow, radio,
plastic seat covers, low mileage,
cor in perfect shape throughout,
$1.950.00. Can be finonce. Call
3-1571. Cristobal.
CAUTIFV YOUR GARDEN:-
by applying Poultry manure. Tel.
Ponamo 3-2555. 7 to 8 a. m.
FOR SALEBaby crib. Excellent con-
dition. New mattress. Tel. 83-
4145.
FOR SALE: BOXER PUP, States
Bred Champion sired, three gen-
erations of planned breeding. Must
sell $250. Albrook 3142.
FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Tudor
Sedan, color block, four brand new
tiros, radio. Excellent mechanical
condition. Thk cor it a "steal."
Onty $345.00 down. Your FORD.
MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel. 2-
1033.
rOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet. 4-door
DeLuxe. New battery. 4 new
tires. Black. Excellent condition.
' Call Balboa 2-1874.
FflR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Sport
Coupe. $1.550 00. Call 2-6338,
Rose Hamilton, 3-6 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, color black, driven only 9,-
000 milt*, food tiret, new teat
., ,.covers, an excellent buy. Must be
toon to appreciate! Your FORD
MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel.
. 2-1033.
WHAT on THE HIT PARADE THIS
WEEK? PANAMUSICA HAS THEM!
"Tennessee Waltz." We have it by
Guy Lombardo and also by Anita
O'Doy. "My Heart Cries For You"
Al Morgan. "IF." We have it
by Dean Mortin, Perry Como ond
by Jon Garbcr. "Be My Love."
Ours are by Billy Eckstine. and by
Ray Anthony. "Horbor Lights."
Shep Fields and His Rippling
Rhythm. "Zing Zing Soom Zoom"
by Perry Como and also by the
Andrews Sisters.' "You're Just In
Love" by Russ Case, ond also by
Perry Como.
Come and get 'em! We're open til
10 P. M. every day. PANAMUSICA.
S. A.. Central Ave. neor the corner
of "J" St.
~R SALE: Various small house-
hold articles including chairs,
tobies, etc. Phone 3-3429 Pan-
ami, or apply 51 Street No. 42,
oprotment 3.
FOR SALE:Maytag washing ma-
chine 60 cycle, like new, $130,00.
Double bed complete. Mahogany
dresser both $60.00. Overstuf-
fed chair and settee both $25.-
00. Other household articles. 509
Guilds. Heights. Tel. 37-88812.
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO in
beoutiful El Valle. Cool Mow-lcin
Air. Prices Moderte. Reservolii-ns
Tel. Pon. 2-1112.
FOR RENT:Foster', turn-shed cot-
tages, between Santa Claia and
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3142, Ponarra
or see caretaker.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
luAbr
ctnet
BUILDING
SPPIIES
AGENCIAS G10BALES
Via Espaa. Near Jnan Franco
Tel 3-1503
FOR SALE:Frigidaire. 7 1-2 cubic
feet, 25 cycle. Perfect condition.
$140.00. Call Balboa 2-1874,
FOR SALE:Portable sewing ma-
chine. $35. Portable typewriter,
$30.00. Ensign washing mochine,
$25.00. House 215-C, Dahen,
Ancon. Tel. 2-2809.
WANTED
Jobs Offered
.'FOR SALE:1940 Four Dor Hud-
,,,,,,son sedan; 25 cycle 1-4 HP. mo-
....tor; drawing paper. 418-D. Cocoli.
WANTED Energetic white young
lady, spooking Spanish and Eng-
lish, with sales and executive abi-
lity, for Jewelry Store. References
required. Write full particulars to
Box 1833 Panama.
Wanted Position
FOR SALECarved Chinese camphor
chest and drawers, like new. House
0767-D, Williamson Place, Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE:Nerfo RefrNjerete* S.3
cu. tt. 'ercel.m ineMa ond ewt.
Hauat S66 Ancon Boulevord (Son
I Juan Place).
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: For two or three'
months from April 15th. Furnish-!
od house, two bedrooms, Bella Vis-
te, No. 30, 46th Street, phone 3-
1805.
FOR RENT:Three bedroom bunga-
low. Very good location. Sabanas
810. Sonny Boy. Tel. 3-3041.
FOR RENT
Apartment
FOR SALE:Three bamboo set, new
without cushions, each set has 4
pieces, $75.00 each set. "Mueble-
ra Ingleso". 7th Street and Boli-
var Avenue, Colon.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 7 1-2 ft.. 2 1-2 yr guaran-
tee. 25 cycle, ofter 2 p. m. doily,
Youngs, 5353-A, Davis St., Dia-
blo.
FOR SALE: 194 7 Studebaker
. Champion 4-door sedan, color
dork blue, tour erar new titos,
' ploitic toot covert, radio. An A-l
' ctr! Only $360.00 down. Your
FORD, MERCURY, LINCOLN
" DEALER COLPAN MOTORS,
'." Inc.. Tel. 2-1033.
POR SALE:'47 Froier. 5 new tires
and blowout proof tubes, new bat-
.....ttry. Excellent condition. $1,200.-
00. Tel. 2-3022, iiilboa.
OR SALE:1949 Nash "600" Tu-
'' dar Sedon, color fteen, four new
-----tiros, excellent mechanical can
~" drtion. An A-l car, food ai now!
Only $460.00 down and drive it
away. Your FORD, MERCURY.
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN
- MOTORS, Inc.. Tel. 2-1033..
fOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet 1-2
... ton Pick-up' $300.00. 1531-B,
Calabash St. 8alboa. 2-2466.
Desire employment for maid who has
been in my employ over 2 yeors.
Excellent worker and exceptionally
good with children. Phone Balboa
1829.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
POft SALE:In Arroijan, three com-
pletely furnished concrete cottages
all modern improvements, tile red
floors, electricity, deep well, gard-
ens, fruit trees, right tide on Pan-
ama American highway, 8 1-2
miles to ferry, see owner, sign at
entronco. Also cottage for rent.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Business Gentlemon, from Europe, re-
quires one or two, well furnished
rooms in modern building, near
center of town, in Panama. Pleose
write, state prices to Mr. H. 6.
Jurman. Poste Restante, Panam.
WANTED:Ride from Panomo City
to Colon, 5:30 to 6 A. M. Monday
thru Friday, every week Biox 19,
Curundu. C. Z.
WANTED To buy 50 sheets of
zinc or more, new or In perfect
conditions. Coll 3-0471. Box 1045.
"OR SALE:4 bedroom chalet. 2
bothrooms, porch, dlningroom, liv--
ingroom, spocious kitchen, addi-
tional small 2 room house with
bothroom, kitchen. Good location,
largo yard, fenced. Ideal for large
family: Telephone 182 P. O. Box
1091. Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street Eost and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedroom. 2 baths,
gtrooe. Coll 2-2374.
yOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
p^purS51VM 8Pice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 8-0140 I
SLIPCOVERS
FOR RENTi .Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Alhemhri apartment! for rent. Mod-
ern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments. Contoct office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobol.
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
modern apartment, all convenien-
ces. For two months. Call 3-3268
mornings and evenings only.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PBICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plan 5 dc Mayo
Panana, R. P.
FOR SALE:Beach Front Property in
Gorgono. Completely furnished
house. Gas power, plont. Store-
house-work shop. Tel. Balboa 3164
718-B, Prado. Balboa.
-OR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
Chalet en Lo Cresta; No. 10, 5th
Street, consist of 3 bedrooms, 2
livingrooms, kitchen. 2 bathrooms.
garage, laundry room, gas stove,
maid's room with bathroom. Tel
3-0778.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Sedonette
.Super, color block, four brand new
;__tiree. radio, outside rear view mir
.ear. Thi car ia like new on e-
cellent buy! Only $460.00 down.
Your FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
. .DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc.. Tel. 2-1033.
LESSONS
.'AUTOMOBILE OWNERS:
Have you cloudy windshield or
cracked window glass?
Are your tires wearing bumpy or one
_ sided?
" Is your motor missing or pumping
re
you lack confidence in your
! *ar on the road?
WE OFFER PROMPT. COURTEOUS
AND MODERATE PRICE SERVICES
'Jo New car owner" priorities, oil
customers gets the some ottention
ot our skilled mechanics ond gloss
cutter. Coll the new Monager of
TROPICAL MOTORS INC., Tel. 2-
2086.
Beginners, learn to play the piono in
course of 20 lessons, 6 months.
Also special 15 lessons course in
popular music for classicol stud-
ents. Bennetts Studio No. 9, Juan
B. Soso. Tel. 2-1282.
SPANISH LESSONS by Professor
CLARAMUNT. A class for be-
ginners will be started on Tuesday
March 20th from 7:00 to 8:00
afternoon at the formerLicense Bu-
reau Office. House 708 Balboa. It
will meet on Tuesdoys and Fridays.
For informotion pleose call Bal-
boa 1303. between 1:00 and 3:00
afternoon.
FOR SALE:Ready for occupancy, 3
bedroom chalet, living-diningroom,
2 bathrooms, 2 porches, garage,
beautiful gerden, almost 1,000 me-
ters of lend. Recently pointed, Via
Belisorio Porras No. 81. Inquire
115, Central Avenue.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
screened living-diningroom $65.00,
56. Belisario Porros, key opart-
ment 3. Phono 3-0841 Eden theatre).
FOR RENT:First floor opartments.
Suitoble for office in Central Thea-
tre Building Panar.ui.
FOR RENT: Apartment, large bed-
room, tittingroom ond large kitch-
en, nicely situated beside garden,
B.40.00. 4247, Pueblo Nuevo.
FOR RENT:Cozy furnished (refri-
gerator included) apartment, ideal
for couple or (mail family. Price
B.65.00 monthly beoutiful sur-
roundngs, decent neighbourhood.
Paitilla Rood; No. 121.
OR SALE:1941 Dt Soto four door
aedan. color dark blue, our brand
new tiret. A cleen car! Came in
drive it and we know you'll
tkt it! Only $430.00 dawn. Your
FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS,
_ Inc.. Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yorker, used one year, cost new
$3.600. radio, seat covers, best
offer over $2.000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
Balboa.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Ford Busito 1950. 16
Possengers, Wayne body. Like
new. New tires. Call Tel. 2-4468.
FOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
lo 302.
FOS SALE: 1946 4-door sedon,
. Boick Roadmaster cor |ust over-
AA'!ed '" v"^ Bood condition. $1.-
50.00. Fmonce ovailablc. Call 3-
"II, CristoboL
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment SI 60.94
Monthly SI.5.0
Lott With Paved Strttt Prom
II 00 So. Meter.
Eor J,*r" He,v> Equipment
tor Ground Leveling
Vit Rent Lot tt lone Term
I.OU Club at S3 00 and (4 00
Wrekly.
Legal Notice
United State. Dittrict Court Far The
Dietriet Of Too Canal Zen
Itlkeo Divfiien
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION
- of
Erntit Smith
a minor of vtr tht act of 14 yttrt.
Ctvlt No' H01.
CITATION
ACTION fCR ADOPTION
TO: ISABEL SMITH MOYEX:
You ara btrtby rlttd and rtqulrtd to
ppetr bfera tht Unittd Stattt Dittrlet
Court for tht Dittrlet of tht Ctntl Zont.
pivltlon of B.lbo.. at tha ourtroom
thirtof. iik Ancon. Canal Zont. on Thuri-
** e *th of April. i*(i. ,t Bint
. flock Ifi Iht forrnoon of that day.
than tnd thtrt to thow .-tint. If an,
you btvt. why girth Tulloeh ihould not
procttd with tht bearing of htr pttition
?r tht adoption of tht ttld Ernttt
Smith.
WItneae th Honortblt Jottph J. Han-
rock. Juitr. Halted States Dittrlet Court
for tht Dittrlet of tit Canil Zont. thi
tk dty of March, ltd.
C. T. McC.ra.ick, Jr.,
Clerk of Court
IAL> by LOIS B. HARRISON
Deputy Clora
TO: ISABEL SMITH MOVER
Tht forteoln citation it aerrtd opon
rou by publication ponutnt to tat ord-
er of tht Honortblt Jontpb J. Hancock.
Judie, fnited Stttei Dittrict Court for
tht dittrict of tht Canil Zona, datad
March (. 1S1. and entered tnd filed in
thlt action In tka office of the Clark
of tht Unittd Stattt Dittrlet Court for
the Dittrlet of tht Canal Zona for tht
Ui.liion of Bilbo., en Mtrcb lttl.
C. T. McC.rw.lck. Jr.
Clerk of Court
B
Lota E. Harrttea
Deputy Clerk
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
apartment, screened, livingroom,
bedroom, kitchen, refrigerator, te-
lephone, titila Vista, call 3-1105.
FOR RINT:One bedroom aaart-
ment near Canal Zana. Rent B.
SS.00. Phone Penante 2-0027 or
3-07.1.
DRY SEASON
is the season for'
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Uiht Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA i
THE BEST FOR LESS
Zonians had not anticipated an
Income tax applied retroactively
the Balboa Woman's Club prov
tested in a letter to government
officials In Washington.
The letter an answer to the
acting Secretary of the Treasu-
ry's statement that overseas fed
ral employes had ample warn-
ing of Income tax was sent
yesterday to the Chairman of the
House Ways and Means Commit-
tee, the Bureau of the Budget
the Secretary of the Treasury and
the President.
Members of the club have bervi
asked to make at least two separ-
ate copies of the protest letter
and send them to Congressmfn
and Senators representing one
states where the Woman's Club
members last resided.
The Woman's Club answer to
the Treasury Official's statement
oliows (this copy being the one
addressed to the Chairman of
the Ways and Means Commit-
tee).
_ March 16, 1051
The Honorable Robert L.
Doughton
Chairman. House Ways and
Means Committee
Washington, D.C.
Dear Mr. Doughton:
Reference is made to the letter
of Mr. Thomas J. Lynch. Actintr
Secretary of the Treasury, da. ed
March 1. 1951, and submitted to
your committee in opposition to
IH.R. 1172 Elghty Second Con-
igress, First Session) entitled "A
I Bill to limit the retroactive ap-
| p Ication of the Income tax to em-
I Ployes of the United States work-
ing in the possessions or in the
Canal Zone to October 1, 1950 "
**}1 hif lettec Mr- Lynch states
that It may reasonably be said
...that (because of cecommen-
dations by the Treasury to the
congress) federal employes work-
ing in possessions were on notice
?cUnf1. a?v ea^.y M February,
1950, that the Congress might
deem it appropriate to subl-ct
their salaries to income tax for
the year 1950. and, therefore, that
the effective date fixed by the
Congress in closing this loophole
in tne law does not Impose upon
.."l*" ""pected hardship, or
a lability which they should not
S y K,e. exPecti 'o meet." Is
hepublltfilrly expected to an-
ticipate retroactive liabilities and
responsibilities merely on the ba-
sis of recommended legislation
trom the various departments of
the government especially
those made substantially prior to
the final enactment of such pro-
posed legislation? Are we now a-
dopting a maxin that everyone
u presumed to know the recom-
mendations of tht various de-
partments of the government a:id
that every prudent person mast
assume that the Congress will
rii?fcVntoLaw th0K "commen!
datlons? Obviously, the answer
to these questions must be a re-
sounding no.
Notwithstanding the asser-
tions of Mr. Lynch, Federal em-
ploye, in tht Canal Zone were
Permanent Zone Tax Office
Will Be Needed, Pressly Says
The opinion that It will be ne-
cessary to keep an Income tax of-
fice open In tne Canal Zone per-
manently was expressed yester-
day by Harry L. Pressly.
Deputy Collector of Internal
Revenue In charge of Canal Zone
offices since the first of the year,
Pressley Is leaving for Miami by
6lane tomorrow morning. There
e will renew his regular Job as
Deputy Collector Instructor in
the Florida District.
"During the six weeks I have
been on assignment here in the
Canal Zone," he said, "I have
been highly pleased with the co-
operation extended to me by the
public and by various Govern-
ment officials. Despite the con-
fusion naturally attendant on the
inauguration of the income tax
the average resident has re-
cognized the difficulties and al-
most Invariably have offered Mr.
Uohni Phillips and myself their
full cooperation."
With the departure of Pressly
the Balboa Office of the Internal
Revenue Bureau In the Balboa
Clubhouse will be closed on Mon-
days for about three weeks until
an assistant arrives for Phillips,
Deputy Collector, who has also
been stationed here since the of-
fice was opened. The Cristobal
Office will continue to be kept
open on Mondays and no change
will be made in the office hours,
it was announced.
In a brief statement Pressly
expressed his appreciation for the
cooperation received from Canal
Zone officials and the public
generally during his asslgnmen
Another Deputy Collector o
Internal Revenue from the Flo
rlda District is to be assigned tc
the Canal Zone and he Is pre-
sently scheduled to arrive Apr. 5
Phillips said today that It Is plan-
ned to resume the office sched-
ule which has been In effect fot
Religious Scholar
Will Lecture Here
Connally Warns US
Must Build Defenses
Against Red Attack
WASHINGTON. Mar. 17 (UP)
-^Sen. Tom Connally, D., Tex.,
warned today that the Western
powers must build up their land
defenses quickly because It la
"only a matter of time" until
Russia has enough A-Bombs tu
risk starting World War HI.
Opening formal Senate de-
bate on sending American troops
to Europe, the Chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee emphasized that this
country's atomic stockpile is at
best a "temporary" defense.
Without ever saying so direct-
ly, he appeared to be suggest-
ing the possibility that atomic
weapons may be neutralized in
any future war that If both
sides have a stock of A-Bombs,
either may dare use them for
fear of retaliation.
RAYMOND G. JOLLY
Professor Raymond G. Jolly ol
Philadelphia, lecturer, auth o r
and world traveler, will speak at
the Jamaica Society Hall In the);
Cabo Verde district, on Friday,
evening March 30,1951. His sub-
ject will be "The Second Coming
of Christ." All seats will be free"
The Laymen's Home Mission*
ary Movement, which Jolly now
directs as successor to the lattj
Professor Paul 6. L. Johnson, is a
worldwide Interdenominational
religious movement for the en
couragement of Bible study, i*
has over 100 branches in thai
United 8tates and is also wideljl
represented in other countries. "
Jolly Is well known as a BlbloJ
scholar and lecturer. He has beeri
active In Biblical research oi |
many years and has written artii
cles for numerous religious pub^
lications. He made many irten
here during his last two visits
1935 and 1937.
.
FOR RENT: 3 room apartment,
obove Mueblera Inglesa, 7th. St.
ond Bolivar Avenue, Colon.
FOR RENTTwo bedroom apartment
very cool, furnished or unfurnish-
ed. Bella Vista, new building. Call
2-2443.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room. Ame-
rican home. near. Ancon bus-stop,
to Americon woman. References
required. Telephone Panama 2-
3067.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room. All modern comforts. Elec-
tric refrigerator. Bella Vista, No.
13. 43rd Street.
HI f synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
^n^ecoemehtaax TffiSS f"B!
salons would not be applied re-
troactively.; This belief was
strengthened when the Sena'e a-
mended the then pending bill to
make such legislation applicable
bery3ri9b50BilXnlng aitCr DCCein-
Few people In the Canal Zone
rnPrUv.e.the ProPriety of extend-
ing the income tax to federal em-
ployes in the possessions but al-
most without exception they be-
lieve that the retroactive feature
unjust1 leg,slatlon manifestly
We respectfully urge you to use
n %Cd "ice8 t0 rePeal tht'
application of retroactive Income
tax to federal employes In the
possessions and the Canal Zone,
?v. "lee and members of
the Balboa Woman's Club res-
pectfully urge you to use your
good offices In support of H.R.
42 introduced by the Honorable
George P Miller of California
Kespectfully yours,
Leola Rlter
President
Mildred B. Morrlll
Corresponding Secretary
FOR RENT:Furnished room, single
person. Private entrance. 46th St.
No. 27, opartment 12. Bella Vij-
ta.
FOR RENT:Room furnished, cool
cleon. ideal. Reasonable. 48th St.
No. 7, Bello Vista.
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordiol wel-
come and a profitable hour will
be yours t the "Couple's Closs"
of th First Baptist Church in Bol-
boa Heights, 9:30 each Sunday
morning.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m.
Young Mortician
Draws Life After
Strangling Wife
SAN JUAN Puerto Rico, Mar.
17, (UP I Mortician Ramon An-
tonio Fournler was sentenced to
life imprisonment today for
strangling his third wife and bu-
rying her nude body In his priv-
ate cemetery.
The wealthy young morticUn
was unmoved by the sentence. He
faintly smiled and nodded his
head.
1000 Party-Goers
Find Police Bail
One of Best Yet
The 13th annual Ball of the
?a^al4Zone PoUce Association
ame ?.a iuccessful conclusion
far'y thl* morning with a few
nhr.?!,ei* stll Bt tne Unlon
Club at 4 a.m.
Despite scattered hang-overs,
party-goers declared today that
given* W" ne 0f the bMt ever
-jAiCrwd.oi c,08e l0w dress-
. l th^, ^ and turaed out
for the ball At the main guest
table were Panama's Minister of
ov?rnrn-ent and Justice Jose de
Obaldla, Acting Qov. and Mrs.
Herbert Vogel. Police Chief
George Herman and Mrs. Her-
man and about two doaen others.
For the two floor shows two,
so that men going on the 11 p.m.
shift could have at least a touch
of the party the crowd listen-
ed to and watched outstanding
local talent, sang with Dannv
Cox and cheered red-hot mama
Torchy Lamar.
Two wrist watches, two table
model radioes and several bottles
of liquor were given as door
priaes. The prirea were drawn by
women guests at the ball and as
luck would have it. two prizes
went visiting auditors from the
General Accounting Office.
WB
"build our military "defenses'"
now, "we need not fear the day
when the Soviet Union has a
stockpile of atomic weapons
large enough to threaten the
peace."
He said an Atlantic Pact Ar-
my of 50 to 80 well-equipped di-
visions, commanded by Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, can "de-
ter the aggressive designs'* of
the Soviet Union.
Before the Senate are two
resolutions. One is for Senate
action only. The other, concur-
rent resolution, would require
House action too. They would
indorse President Harry Tru-
man's plan to commit six Ameri-
can divisions to Elsenhower's
command, but would call forj
approval of Congress before any
further troop commitments are
made.
Connally urged the Senate to
strike out the section calling
for congressional approval of
future troop shipments.
"In a day when atomic attack
is possible. I don't want to see
ongress begin to whittle awav
at the powers of the President,"
he said.
Mr. Truman contends that he
has constitutional power to send
American forces abroad without
ssking Congress. He made clear
at Key West, Fla., that he does
not intend to surrender on that
Dolnt even if Congress adopts
the resolution as it stands.
friend*
istsj
George C. Wright
Wins Canal Award f
For Suggestion
A useful suggestion this week]
won George C. Wright, principal
of the La Boca Occupational
High School a cash award. The
check and a personal letter of)
praise for the suggestion wersi
presented to Wright bv Col. Rich-
ardson Selee. Civil Affairs Direc-
tor.
Wright sugestged that the payj
car at Balboa Heights Railroad
Station be opened earlier thai*
usual to enable employes to re-
port for work earlier on pay days.
The suggestion was adopted las
month and has proved satis-
factory.
The cash award to Wright fop
his suggestion is one of several
which have been given to Cana
and Railroad employes for sug-
gestions which resulted In mo-
netary savings to the Govern-
ment.
Colonel Selee's letter to th
high school principal follows In
part: "It is a distinct pleasure to
present this check to you as the)
Administration's token of ap-
P^c'at'on for your suggestion
that the pay car be opened a
an earlier hour on the morning,
of pay days for the convenience
of local rate employes and for
the overall Increased practical
efficiency of handling this ad-
ministrative operation. Going
beyond the immediate good re-
sults of your suggestion, there ia
the comfortable feeling on the
part of the Canal authorities thaB
they are backed up by intelligent
ana alert employes, which Is the
finest asset that they can have "
al/,'
uord
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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LOCH. MAIL
PCR MONTH. IN AOVANC '2* "la 00
FR SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCS,
C ONt YSAR IN ADVANCS.
I SO
t4 OO
Walter Winchell
In New York
X
Labor Mew
Aad
(kmment
New Yerkers Arc Talking Abont...
Josephine Baker's opulent peek-a-boo frocks making a-
aieme, gasp at the Strand Theatre. .It* a performer. Her
skill ud neon personality make everything showmanship-
S*y... ^Upher Pry's play. "The Lady's Notior Burn-
ing," hitting double-binge: If* a Broadway click and ah
.aman, the tap-eUeri... Dancer Valerie Bettis rubber-hipped
WsAwtrllng on teevy. The medium suit, her ton Tfor
Talent... The daily advert displaying a gnu and stating
"this product is gBeeking,Jhe gn Men for a hyw
gnovel cabinet* and gnuerens niceties e* Yorkera Are
Talking About Who did What for the Stork Clubwith one
claiming it was Heywood Broun, who rarely if ever mentioned
it, and others alleging It was Ann Sheridan's press agent.
Bat Sherman BilHngaley, the prop., debunks everybody s claim
with this memo U Girl Friday: "Everyone's getting InU the
act about who made the Stark Club famous bat it was
Walter"... End Quates!___________
The Labor vs. Administration controversy: Labor may be right
and Truman wrong. But anything that hurt* soldiers fighting ior
ur right*1 wrong,.. The touching new slorv rating the widest
circulation- Pope Pius' citation for a Jewish U. 8. Army nurse.
Lt Ool Jeanette J31ech. She was honored for her aid to German
Catholics. What a rebuke to bigots!... Peggy Lees version of
"Yeah, Yeah, Yeah." A boogee-woogee-dandee... Ernest H. Mai-
Un's success story. He's co-producer of a pair of super-clicks:
"Where's Charley?" and Guyzndolls." Martin is only 31 vears
rich.. The only three straight plays on Broadway consistently
playing to capacity: "Affairs of State." -Bell. Book and Candle
and ^Twentieth Century"... The Music Hall finally succumbing
to th* popcorn addiction. It has Installed Its first bon-bon con-
cession .VThe Rodgers Hammersteih ditty-dilly from the soon -
due "he King and I." Its called: "I Whistle a Happy Tune."
Like a Spring day set to music.
Stagestrack Olivia de Baviuand. She paid SIM.OOO for a
movie contract release so she could appear behind footlights
and greasepaint a Julletching... "Guys and Dolls" golden fut-
ure: Its advance sale Is over SCfS.Me... The popularity of
recorded Broadway musical comedy scores. They're generally
more profitable than the shows. Incidentally, the score of
the lt-vear-old Rodgera-Hart hit. "Pal Joey," has just been
waxed and it stlU caresses the ears... The novel episode in
the film, "Roval Wedding." Fred Astaire danee up the wall
an across the celling. Camera magic... CBS' radio drama
series. "The Llne-Up." Avoids mugg-and-mollodrama cliches
and presents realistic bing-ban;*up tales. The eyebrow-
holster in the anli-Klan thriller. "Storm Warning." None of
the characters speak with a Dixie accent.. Linda Darnell's
beeg secret: Her nickname is Tweedles. She's a tweedheart.
(Oh, slrighttt!) ___________
Recent shows opening and closing like accordions: The cur-
rent Cue mag review* 4 shows that have folded... The modolls
on Look's oage 116. Beatlfully waved torsos... A sport scribes
tribute to 8ugar Ray: "When Robinson fights, every prize fighter
In the U. 8. should pay his way in to get a lesson".. Movieville's
latest cycle: Films dealing with bullfighters. The heroes of 3
upcoming cinemas are matador... The lens-wizards who de-
corated the movie, "Scott of the Antartic." with Technicolor shots
of lev landscapes. Eyeflllerdlllers... The town's newest hit. "The
Moon I Blue," and the entire cast 'of three... The raves for
James'ones' book. "From Here to Btemltv." (Scrlbnersi... The
Mnaic Hall's annual Easter pageant... The mixed opinions on
"Romeo and Juliet." The morning papers (except one* didn't ap-
preciate it. but the post meridians did. LllH Palmer's dis-
cussions of Heine, Goethe and Euripides on teevy. Not highbrow
' lust high-class.' ________________^_______________
THIS H VQU OHUM THt tUADHtS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Tat Mail tos is art optn loiucn 1st readers et Tht Pname American
Letters re received gratefully ana" art handled in a wholly confidential
manner.
it yea ceatribat* a letter dent be impatient if it deem t appear the
next day. Utters are pablisbad in the arder received.
leas* try to, keep the ratters limited ta arte popa ranpth.
identity el Utter writers is held in strictest confidence
This newiaeee' aiiume no reipenuibility far statements or eainieni
aspeessed la letters rrem reederi.
TUITION INCREASE
HITS RP-CZ RELATIONS
Panama City
Editor of the Mailbox,
Panama American
Panama. Republic of Panama
Dear Sir:
I was going to write this letter
to President Truman, but hU
daughter, Margaret, is out of
school now. so I didn't think this
would interest him; than I
thought of President Arias, but
he's very busy too; so Mr. Editor,
you ere the only one whoVcan
help us, when I say "us" I mean
the hundreds of parents and
children involved. What Is going
to happen to these hundreds of
children next September wnen
their parents have to pay $190.00
and $275.00 to have them conti-
nue their grammar and high
school education In the Canal
Zone, Just because they Uve *-
cross the street in the Republic of
Panama. It really breaks anybo-
dy's heart to see that these poor
children can't rontinue school.
Maybe a few can afford these ex-
travagant rates of tuition, hut
the average person will not be
able to afford them.
Weil. Mr. Editor; do you think
that you could help us out. find a
way so that these poor unfortun-
ate chlWrenTwill be able to get
the education due to them? I can
see that no officials in the Canal
Zone are Interested whether or
not these children go to school,
but 'here should be some officials
In Washington, DC, who shoul.l
look into this, or perhaps some
welfare organisation that might
be able to do something.
Right now the U.S. Is helping
civilisation and hungry people
all over the world, but lt looks as
If their own children and the
children right next door are suf-
fering and forgotten. This cer-
tainly wUl not help the relation-
ship and the good neighbor poli-
cy between Panama and the UJ3.
because lt Is true that lots cf
Americans have purchased their
own homes or a lot on which to
buiid their own home in the re-
public of Panama so that can continue giving their service
to the C.Z. government. Now
they will have to either sell then-
property for whatever they can
get and move into the C.Z. so
that they'll be able to send their
children to school.
This Is not fair to any human
being, regardless of the nationali-
ty, whether American or Pana-
manian. Lots of the parents of
these children are little women
who are left with one or three
children whose fathers are Ame-
ricans. Most of these parents
have been separated either by
death or by other causes, and
now the poor little woman is suf-
fering and struggling to try to
educate the children with the
language of their father and
even now it is being a hard strug-
gle Jo furnish these children's
needs of clothing, shoes and
school supplies, gym fees, etc.; so
lt Is plain to see that if they are
forced to pay this extravagant
rate of tuition, these children
will have to be left out to roam
the streets instead of being n
school.
With this I could go on and on.
but I don't want to occupy your
whole newspaper with this letter;
but all these children and mo-
thers are looking towards you
with open hearts with the hope
that you will be able to find a
way and means so that these
children will be able to continue
their schooling without having
to pay that high tuition whim
their parents cannot afford. We
beg every father, mother, pros-
pective father and prospective
mother to look Into this whether
they live In the C.Z., Panama, or
in the U.S.. because Just as this
has happened to these children
today it may happen to their chil-
dren tomorrow.
I believe that lt is every par-
ents business to see that these
children are given the chance to
finish their schooling and become
the good citizens of tomorrow.
We thank^you In advance for
your help and the use of your
column.
With the utmost slncereness,
CIS.
Looks Like the Crovy Boat's in a Bad Way
By Victor Rlesel
CINCINNATI Someone took
the the time the other day to
figure that enough American
dollars have poured into Russia
to pay for equipping scores of Its
Red Army ileia divisions, some
15,000 planes and a good alaed
Soviet navy with submarines
and destroyers attached. It all
comes to sixteen billion bu;ks,
which even these days Is a sum
to respect.
Well, some of that money went
in when the Russians were kill-
ing Nazis. So they were our al-
lies. But they no longer are, as
our OIs in Korea have bloody
reason to suspect. Still the mo-
ney pours In In exchange lor
their slave labor produce.
They get bullis indirecftV
from the bric-a-brac their
slave camps, make for us.
And we blandly use the stuff
as lui'try items, or, as I dis-
cover here in Ohio, we use If.
for prizes on those give-
away orgies over radio and
television, at bingo nights
and during one night stands
of gayety at local dance
And*'since Ass't Secretary of
the Treasury John S. Graham
has written me that Congress-
men have Informed him that j
have certain facts which would
be helpful in the vigorous in-
vestigation whl;h has been in
progress." I am hereby sending
along this data with my Income
tax check.
Representative Mack, of Wash-
ington, my crusading congres-
sional friend, tells me that over
24 000,000 American dollars were
spent in 1950 lor Soviet slave
labor furs, mostly for the Reds
little black sheep, Persian lambs,
Many an unthinking American
lady would look Just as good
In American furs as In slave
styles. Better. For then she
would not have on her cons-
cience the fact that the coat on
her back has paid for guns for
the land arrales of China.
It's here In Ohio that one sees
the effect of the SOvlet slave
apparatus In microcosm. Here
the glass struggle Is on. And the
shrewd Marxist Russians appear
to be winning. They're hurting
our own glass Industry badly.
Before war work seeped Into the
Pennsylvanla-OhiowW. Virginia-
Indiana glass area, some 2,000
of our skilled glass technicians
were thrown out of work by So-
viet slave competition, I iirn
here from the American Flint
Glass Blowers Union experts.
For some years noto, Com-
munist Czechoslovakia has
led all the rest of the Iron
Curtain tribes.-In 1949, thts
land of the Skoda munitions
works mow grinding out
guns for the Chinese So-
viet Armies) dumped most
of the 12.071,991 dozen pieces
ot hand made glass that
came into the V. S, Last
year this jumped to 23,66!,
324 dozen pieces, worth mil-
lions of dollars as the So-
viet secret police (M.V.D.)
moved in for more efficient
exploitation of that unhap-
py land of one free people.
Add to this the heavy cut
glass from Poland, once again
popular in this country, and you
find that the union's fears are
justified. Our own artisans are
being forced to abandon a trade
for which they trained for years.
And after the war, where will
they work?
And here is evidence that
this t.ade Is a giaa-for-guns
business for the Russian pver-
seeis of Czechoslovakia. Recent-
ly, a member of the CzechX'o.-.i-
munlst Ministry controlling in-
dustry called some of nis peo-
ple together and briefed them
on the Importance of this trde.
He was Conjrade F. Markovic
and he said:
Export prices here are r.ot
based on production costs
but upon the Czechoslovak-
ian need for currency of the
country to which the mer-
chandise is being exported:'
And he meant us, friend. Us
and the good old U..S. dollar.
Here's what happens. There is
an item, for example, which
costs American employer! $2.12
a dozen Just for Ameritan union
labor. But the Soviet slave
marketeers sell that same glass-
ware for $1.73 complete
So cheap Is this stuff that It
flooded the country and en-
dangered the Jobs of oO.OOO Ame-
rican workers, some I6.O0O of
whom are wonderfully skilled.
3ut this is Just part of the pic-
ture. Just as cheap are the
slave glass imports from Poland,
Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Li-
thuania. Bulgaria. Romania,
Russia itself, and, hold your
breath. Red Manchuria from
which the Soviet Chines.- arm-
ies get much of their steel, coal,
and other heavy equipment and
fuel.
The Treasury Dept. can crip-
ple this trade with Juol a simple
single sentence regulation. But
nothing's happening. And wont
happen until we make as much
noise as we did about the slave
crab meat noise for wh'.cn
labor leaders, AFL and CIO
alike, and many a city in Wash-
ington have sent me word say-
ing thanks. We've saved thou-
sands of American Jobs by forc-
ing a ban on the Rod crabs.
Now let's make more noise to
save American lives as well as
obs.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
^e WASHINGTON
r- *> 1} \ Pat,pi
MERRY-GO- ROUND
y ORIW PIARSON
Hay Fever
By BOB RUARK
o
NEW YORK. As a practicing disciple of the
Horatio Alger school of economic endeavor, I
find myself in a high state of shock at the
testimony of the witnesses in the RFC hearings.
Old-fashioned honesty suddenly seems to be the
lousiest policy a man may adopt to make him-
self a dollar. Seems that government tax
structure makes It Impractical.
Looks like you Just got to play It shady to-
day and make any keepln' money, or I misread
my news. You got to rig the cute corpora-
tion; you got to fiddle with the gimmicks; you
got to get gay with the capital gains. Other-
wise the taxes eat you and you wind up with
what the wise boys call "no."
If there eveT was a sermon in stones, it is in
the testimony of former Congressman Joe Ca-
sey before the Senate Banking Committee, con-
cerning manipulation of the merchant marine
for private gain. It was a pretty open secret
that a lot of people made'money out of the
Maritime Commission, because people always
have. Casey's blueprint on how you do lt may
be old stuff, in business, but It's a sad com-
mentary on the times.
Casey admitted under questioning that he
picked up a neat $270,000 on an Investment of
$20,000. merely by employment of legal loop-
holes. Here is how the cutes do lt.
Two firms paid $10,000.000 to the Maritime
Commission for five tankers. Leased them,
then to Standard Oil. Casey says he and the
other stockholders only had to get up 100 grand
to buv $10.000,000 worth of boats, because they
were able to borrow $10,000,000 from an Insur-
ance company because the ships were consider-
ed the security on the loan the ships, and
the fact that Casey had already gotten a
charter from the oil company before he pro-
cured the vessels.
The charter fees were paid to one of the
companies which wa* not subject ^to United
States taxes, since lt flew a Panamanian flag.
So then, after a five-year lease to Standard.
ex-Rep. Casey's companions sell the ships for
$2,800,000 "nearly all profit," according to
testlmonv. Casey picks up over a quarter-mil-
lion as his end, subject only to the capital
gains tax of 25 percent. Twenty-five percent
of $270,000 leaves a keepable residue of over
$200.000 a nice touch. I presume his 30-odd as-
sociates did comparably well.
Here then, kiddles; is the lecture for the day:
You get yourself a war. and le.t the government
build you some ships. Then you lease the ships
you don't own. vet, for a big figure. Then you
buy the ships with money you borrow with the
ship you don't own as collateral. Then you
rent the ships you have rented before you
bought the ships you don't own with money
that ain't yours. .But you make the accounts
receivable payable to a foreign registry so that
you do not have to pay any tax tribute to the
Uncle Sam. who built your.ships from tax-pay-
ers' money.
Then you sell the ships for a fat chunck of
profit after a five-year profitable, tax-free
rental. And then vou take the most benevo-
lent form of profit taxation In capital gains,
the onlv way outside the dispensation grant-
ed the oil business that a man can hive up
a buck for his old age; This Is the, new road
to riches. This is the big skin game.
To travel this road, of course, violates noth-
ing legal. It depends on whom you know, what
Influence you command, what strings you pull.
The tithes that are levied on the ordinary peo-
ple are your capital Investment. All you do Is
sucker vour own government Into providing the
necessaries in order to allow you to make a big
score and skip the penalty of heavy taxation,
which tails to us unsmart guys this week. It
is merely a shame that Mr. Jeff Peters, the old
confidence man. is not around today to profit
by the new techniques In the conversion of rags
to riches. Jeff would have tossed away his
green goods in great disgust. In order to batten
on to the more modern methods of extracting
gold from somebody else's turnip.___________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE MOTHBALLED TANKS
NEW YORK.This strange city Is an Island
or freedom amid the gurroundlng slavery of the
Soviet zone of Germany. It Is a place where
million* of simple people bravely carry on in
the ever-present shadow of danger. It has sev-
eral other personalities and aspects But for
the traveller, Berlin Is, above all. a chink In the ,
Iron curtain, through which much can be seen
that is not visible from Wasnlngton Paris
or London.
Perhaps the best symbol of the first thing
one sees through this chink si a mothballed
tank. Until rather recently, a large faction of
Western Intelligence officers had been encour-
aged by the belief that the Soviets possessed
no reserve armor west of the Vistula. True
there were at least twelve Soviet armored divi-
sions In Eastern Germany, but these divisions,
constantly wearing out their tanks in training
and on maneuvers, did not seem ready for a
drive across Western Europe.
Then one fine morning reports began to come
I- of tanks mothballed In garages and ware-
houses, in the same way that we mothball our
reserve fleet. The size of this newly discovered
reserve of Soviet armor has not yet been de-
termined, but the estimates of the readiness
of the Soviet armored divisions have already
been anxiously revised.
No one in Berlin expects a war this year (as
no one in Seoul did either, lt must be added i.
But the fact remains that the most striking
phenomenon to be seen through this chink of
the iron curtain is the extensive war prepara-
tion that ha* been carried on In the last ten
months by the masters of the Kremlin.
It is not that the Soviet armies have been
heavily reinforced there are still the same
thirty divisions in Eastern Germany and six
more In Poland, although recent evidence sug-
gests that at least one additional armored divi-
sion may now be on the way from Russia. What
has happened, rather, is that these armies,
which were not ready to attack before, have
now beep brought almost to the stage of full
offensive readiness. .
Besides sending In reserve tanks, the Soviet
planners have taken many other steps to pre-
pare their war machine. Whereas thef air s-^
i.eehanlzed forces were formerly provided witn
fuel on a hand-to-mouth basis, a large perma-
nent fuel stock has now been built up. JJnder-
-round tankage is being constructed at the air-
lelds so that this stock can be further lncrea*-
a (
Crated air engines and even alrframes have
been brought in. so far as can be Judged in far
larger numbers than would be needed to sup-
port the present Soviet Air Force of from 450 to
500 Jet* In East Oermany.
Even more significant, personnel and equip-
ment for aircraft maintenance and tank repair
shops have recently arrived In East Germany.
In the last war. the Soviet Army was often
forced td send its damaged tanks as far as
Kuibyshev before they could be put In order. In
any European campaign, this would obviously
be ruinous. The newly arrived maintenance
staffs, which include German technicians train-
ed In Soviets methods, will provide full main-
tenance facilities of all kinds here in Germany.
The general picture is one of methodical war
preparation, accomplished so slowly and quiet-
ly, on a foundation already so menacingly
strong, that very few people have taken alarm.
To be sure, there are still some gaps. Tire
transport facilities available to the Soviet ar-
mies would be thought inadequate by any
American Or European commander, partly be-
cause of the poor quality of steel rails supplied
from East Germany for railroad improvement.
But Russian commanders, who get their experi-
ence with the Russian rail system, are unfor-
tunately unlikely to use American or European
standards of transport.
Again, and this time more significant, al-
though they have a very high proportion of
armored and mechanized divisions, the Soviet
armies in Germany and Poland are distinctly
short Of artillery. Here the Russian standard
is higher than ours Russian eround force
tactics call for massed use of artillery on the
greatest scale. Probably, any Soviet war plan
would call for bringing in additional artillery
divisions, as it would certainly call for bringing
in additional air groups which of course can
be done In a single night's flight from Koenlgs-
berg.
All these different toilsomely collected facts
about what th* Soviets have done and have
not done In the last year for their European
forces, form a pattern which requires discus-
sion In a subseouent report. It Is enough to
sav here that what has been done vastly out-
weigh* what has not been done. If we had
done one-half as much, the Kremlin would be
justified in its perpetual bellowing that the
American war mongers are preparing an ag-
gression.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Ptarson says: Marshall Plan funds balance Italy's
budget; Aid benefits untaxed aristocrats; PligRt of
farmer, worker still bad; ECA Wayton's stand on 8ous-
ing, land reform, taxes, slowly bearing fruit.
ROME.The most important thing that every Amerlbjm Is
entitled to know about Marshall Plan aid to Europe Is whether
It I* a temporary shot-ln-arm which will have to be repeateh ev-
ery so often to keep the patient alive or whether lt will really
put Europe back on Its feet. In brief, the question is will Com-
munism take over shortly after we pull the Marshall Plan props
out from under Europe? .
Italy may be a good laboratory In which to answer this
question, partly because we have poured American money into
Italy ever since the end of World War II, partly because the
Italian people are reasonably well disposed toward the United
States and partly because Communism Is taking a licking here
for which the Marshall Plan 1* to a considerable degree re-
sponsible.
Basically the question of whether Italy or any other Marshall
Plan country can carry on after we leave boils down to whether
they can successfully institute Internal reforms sufficient to com-
bat Communism, balance their budgets and muster the courage
to tax. In Italy, this entire question has been the subject of a vi-
tally important dispute between the De Gasperl government and
ECA Administrator Leon Dayton, with U.S. Ambassador James
Dunn siding with the Italian Government against his fellow Am-
erican. It is one of the most significant backstage discussions
anywhere in Europe today.
FEW INCOME TAXES
What most Americans don't realize is that few European
countries except England and the Scandinavian countries ever
impose anything approaching our Income tax on their people.
Since the war most European countries simply have been balanc-
ing their budgets with Marshall Plan funds and other forms of
American aid. This chiefly benefits the aristocracy of Italy and
500 families of France who for years have paid almost no taxes.
Italian taxes, for instance, are geared to hit the small farm-
er and the workernot the big landowner or the big Industrial-
ist. When the Italian farmer transports eggs into the Rome
market, he's stopped on the outskirts of the city and forced to
pay a tax of about 20 per cent on his produce. When he carries
his wine or his olive oil or anything else Into the city or acros
the county line he pays a tax.
On bread, for instance, eight different taxes must be paid.
The farmer pays a tax on his wheat seed, and another tax on
his land when the wheat is planted. Then he pays a harvest tax
plus another 3 per cent tax when the wheat is sold to the gov-
ernment. Another 3 per cent tax Is paid when the government
sells the wheat to the wholesaler, then, plus those, there Is an
additional 3 per cent tax when it is sold to the baker. Finally
there Is a millers' tax and a retailers', tax making a total of eight
different taxes on one loaf of bread. All these taxes hit the
farmer, the worklngman and the housewife by boosting their
cost of living and also, of course, this tax system plays right into
the hands of the Communist*.
Meanwhile, there is no tax on caviar and the Roman aristo-
cracy and the Milan factory owners laugh at the idea of paying
any Income tax. They not only do not declare their Incomes but
no one in the higher bracket ever goes to Jail for tax evasion. In
high society here lt Just Isn't done.
RICH MILK MARSHALL AID
This same society of duchesses and countesses which so long
has basked in the favor of the American Embassy proceeded to
welcome Marshall Plan aid as manna from heaven and to milk:
it for their own special benefit. The milking was both pleasant
and profitable. But soon American officials and the Italian people
woke up and found that Marshall money wa* being spent to build
bathroom* for senators, to rebuild the Fascist headquarters at'
the Palazzo Braschl and to subsidize the swankest new nlghs
club in all Rome, the Open Gate Club.
The 1:/ ter piece of baksheesh was maneuvered by one oC
Rome's social ladies for the avowed purpose of helping struggling
American tourists In Italy. However, when the velvet curtains
were pulled aside on opening night a rendezvous calculated to
Impress Anthony and Cleopatra was revealed, and any low
schoolteacher who might have sought tourist Information here
could neter have got In without credentials from the social re-
gister.
While all this was going on Dave Zellerbach, well-meaning,
somewhat naive head of ECA made a speech in Naples Informing
the Italian people that the ECA planned to advance no money
for land reforms. This speech made the most wonderful propa-
ganda for Moscowfor there is nothing that Italy needs more
tnan an equitable system redistributing its population on the
vast and unusued land of the Italian nobility.
All this, plus ECA's failure to do much about vitally needed
housing, continued t be duck-soup material for the Communists
to exploit. This also was the subject of a vigorous controversy
between ECA Administrator Dayton and Ambassador Jlmmie
Dunn. Da^toh, who Inherited Zellerbach's administrative lob In
Italy, is a quiet-spoken ex-Red Cross woiler who at first wa
regarded as a pushover for Italian bureaucrats and these ladies,
who make monkeys out of most Americans. But, fortunately,
they were sadly disappointed. _______ o*
DAYTON VS. DE GASPEBI
Suddenly Dayton began telling the Italian government that
lt had to do something about housing, land reform and ever*
about taxes. He also pulled American money out of the Open
Gate Club, the Fascist headquarters and Rome's swank new rail-
road station. At first Italian officials didn't believe him. They
began to change their minds, however, when Dayton made a pub-
lic speech warning that Italy had better spend less money, im-
porting Fort Knox gold to support the lira and more money on
Uilngs the people needed such as housing. He even indicated that
any government which neglected theae basic social reforms mlghc
find Itself strung up from a lamppost as was Mussolini.
This caused an unpubliclzed but important crisis. De Gaaperl
s (mmoned Ambassador Dunn and demanded an apology. 'Dunn
culled in Dayton. Dayton wrote an apology. He wrote an apology
on the first page of his letter but on the second page he wrote
a affirmation of his contention that Italy must put its own
house in order, must do something about housing and other so-
c.al reforms. Furthermore, Dayton kept on making speeches.
Meanwhile, the Incident leaked to the press and thousands
of letters all supporting Daytonbegan to pour Into ECA head-
quarters. About this time it was said that If Dayton, Premier
K Gasperl and Communist leader Togliattl all ran for election,
from Northern Italy, Dayton would .be elected to the Italian *ar-
l'al,Duo. who has beep a popular and efficient ambasador.
was put in a difficult position. For, theoretically, the United
Slates Is not supposed to intervene in the Internal affair* or
another nation and there was once a noted tea party at Boston
Harbor which resulted from outside Interference regarding the
right to tax. EURopE MUST TAX
However the baalc fact remains that the United States can
continue pouring money into Italy and other European countries
unt the cows come home and it will do no good unless these
countries remove the evils which cause Commun sm ind unta
thev learn to tax. What is happening now is that the American
t-.xpayer steps up with his tax dollar four times yearly and pays
though the nose while the big bracket Europeans laugh at us.
The little taxpayer in Europe J* about the only man who has to
uav and he pays through various sales taxes.
However the above controversies had Important aftermaths.
Housing and and reform are now being undertaken Jointly by
he FCA and the Italian government on a limited scale. Italy
has also just adopted a new tax bill which, for the first time
iThundredV of years, mildly approximates our Income tax: sys-
tem The new tax bill has a long way to go before It Is anywhere
near as tough as ours. It provides no penalties and no effective
means for reporting earnings and there is no way to detect bg
v'olators But It is a significant step and already big lndustrlal-
Uts are growling and it looks as though Italy will have the larg-
est revenue in its history next year.
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate, Inc)
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Dale
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VA o: Rummage thev say
But ne's wtset today
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SATURDAY, MARCH "Wj 1
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERR*
2
DDE TO CIRCUMSTANCES
BY AL VRRMEER
Union Churches
Where all Protutsnls cueersle with
unity In essentials, liberty In nen-
usenhals and charity u. all things.
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Crletobal
The Rev Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Ill 15 Worship service aod Church-time
F5 Young Peoples Muting.
Getun
The IUv. J. William L. Graham. Putor.
Phone S-S55. _.,,
0:00 3:30 Broadcast on HOK. war.
and HON.
f 45 Sunday School.
11:00 Wonhlp Service.
5:00 ChrlaUan endeavor.
llaraartta
tSTRcv. Henry BelL Pastor.
Phon* 3-1403.
t-SO Bible School.
10.45 Worship aarvlct and Church-me
^T-JO Youth PeDowahlp.
THI PACIT1C SIDE
*55fSoa Road at San Pablo Strut
Office Phon* 2-3234
J0 Church School. Tree bus service
J03O Worship .arvlc. and Cburch-tlme
euireery.
10 30 Youth Congregations
i 00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
;00 Poet HI Fellowship. ,
7:10 Service. "Centered On Song.
Crula Road and St. Thomaa Aya.
The Rev. Alexander H. haw. Minlster
nSund"yHSchool. rru bu* In Rous-
seau and Cocoll.
10:45 Worihlp eervlcs.
An'urvlcaa In Cambe* CivicCenter.
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray. Minutar
Phone -ISO.
1:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worahlp "arvlca.
Pedro Miguel
0 30 Church School.
10 45 Divine Worahlp.
1:30 Evening Veipen. ________
Unitarian
the
unitarian
SOCIETY
10:30 a.m.
JWB Armed
rorcae Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
Your Invitation
to liberal
religion.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panam Baptist Prayer Muting S.3U
a.m. Divine Service. 3:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. and Serving of The Lord'a
Supper at both Servlcea Sunday School
3:00 pjn.
Boyd Baptist La Bou. C. Z.. Divine
Servlcea 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Servlcea Sun-
day School at 3:00 p.m.
New Hop*. Chiva-Chiva. C.Z.. Divine
Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday School al
1:00 pm.
Gamboa. CZ.. Divine Servlcu at 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. with Sunday School
at 3:00 pni
Rio Abalo. P., Sunday School at
1:00-jn.
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 30. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Belt. Pastor
Bar vice Every Sunday *
tiunday School .............. 0:45 m
Preaching Sarvlcaa ........ 10:44 a.m.
Training Union ............ 0:00 p.m
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service 7 0 ever*
Monday evening.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights. Ci.
027 Ancn Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Helghta
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away from ha
with a welramc lust M trial
William H. Buby. Pastea
Sunday School............. 0:30 a.m
Morning Worship.......... 10:45 a.m.
Baptist Training Union ___ 0:30 pjn.
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 p.m
W.MS. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday i........ 1:30 p.m.
Men's Brotherhood
I Last Monday in month! .. 7:30 p.m
Cathol
ic
(Usted below are the Catholic Churches
In the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Coln whose
conjugations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num-
erous parish churches in both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are orimarlly Span-
Ish-apeaking. 1
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday Masses: S.00. 1-00. 0:00, 10:00
and 11:00 am.
Benediction Sunday: 5:00 om
ACRED HEART CHAPEL, Anean. C.Z.
Anton Boulevard, Phone 2-0343
Sunday Masses: 0:00. 7:30 A 0.30 a.in
Dally glass: 6 00 a.m.
Holyday Maases: 0:00. 7:30 a.m and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m.
Confessions: Thursdays before the 1st
Friday. 7:00 to 8.00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.: 7:00
Is 0:00 pm. ,
Cathechlsm Class: Grade School Child
ran: Friday 3:13 pjn.
Study Club High School Students
Wednesday 0:30 p.m
' illty Muting: Tuesday 0:30 p.m.
I Zone Council of Catholic Nurses.
vary and and 4th Thursday 7 JO p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. 0 and 10:30 am
Weekday Mass: g:30 a.m.
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Mass
Miraculous Medsl Novna services.
Holiday Masses: 0 and S a.m.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 pjn.
Monday 5 and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
lraculotrs Medal Novena service.
Irst Fridays. Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 1:00 a.m.
Wukday Miases. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mass 7 KM a.m.
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass 7:00 am
Confession Saturday 0:30 to 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP ST, VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vlncenllan Fathers)
"K." Street. Panama City
Masses. Sunday 6 s.m. Ihigh mass). 4c
JO a.an Sunday school conducted by
Marykssoll Sisters, after the second Mass;
Weekdays 0 a.m.: Holiday and 1:30
gum.
Confessions. Saturday, 3 30 to 5 pm
at 7 p.m
Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
^|.; Miraculous Medal Novena al
7 p.m Friday: convert classes 7 30 pm
Monday and Thursday
Bgvi Class 10:45 to 11:45 am
Benediction 7.00 p m
atety Day Maas 0.00 am. __g____
Churches sr tha many faiths in the Cenel Zens, and tha
terminal cities ef Panama and Calen, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend a welceme at all timei to man arid women ef tha armed
services, gad ta civilian neighbor!, friends and strangers.
As a public service, tha Panama American lists bslew, fey
denominations, noticai at hours ef warship gad ether regular ac-
tivities.
Listing at larger donaminatiani ara in alphabetical arder,
which ic rtate*) tram tima ta tima. Deneminetieni having only
ano t twe cengregetieni ara listad' andar "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing is included far services at Army pests,
Air Perca bese and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains are asked ta la-
teral tha news dash by Wednesday noon at tha latest af gay
changes for tha coming Seturdey'i church page.
Silver City
Service et .............
Sundsy School st.......
... 7:30 p.m.
.... 3:30 p.m.
COCO SLITO PLAY1HED
Pastor. Rev. Wm. J. Finn. CM.
Sunday Mam............... 7:45 a.m
Holy Day Mam.............0:00 a.m.
Sunday School ............. 0:45 s.m.
Services Thursday nighls ... 7:44 p.m
Confessions before Mess.
CHURCH OP THE HOLY FAMILY
Margarita. C.Z.
Rv. William J. Finn, CM. '
Mam.............................:>*
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymon Mchate, CM.
Assistant, R*v. George Browne. CM.
Sunday Masses ..... 5:45 A 0*0 a.m.
Weekly Massu......5:45 0JO ajn.
First Friday Massu .. 5:45 as 0:00 sjo.
Baptisms Sunday ............4:00 P-m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service every
Wednuday at 0:15 and 7:00 pm.
Novena of the Sacred Hurt Fridays
Confession* Saturday: 4 to 5: 7 to 0
p-m.
Sunday School. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
day end Thursday at 7:15 pm.
Sunday, :30 a.m.Church School with
classu fdr all Agu. ,
10:45 ajn.Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Live With-
out It." Spulal Muslo by the Junior
Chtoo p.m.-Youth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game." Installation of N*wly Selected
Officers.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Lewis. CM.
Sunday Masses ... 5:45 and 8:00 am
Weekday Maaa............. 0:00 a.m
Holy Day Maasu .. 5:30 snd 0:30 a.m.
Sundsy School ........... 11:00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena urviu
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sunday ........... *0 P-m
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 5:00: 7:00
to 8:00 p.m.
Instructions for adulta Tuesdays. Fri-
days: 7 JO p.m.
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Charles Jacobs, CM.
Sunday Maases ... 7:00 and 1.30 a.m
Wukday Masses, Wednesday, etc. 0:00
* Holy Day Massu ... 5:45 0:30 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 p.*. ___
Secret Hurt Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p.m.
Confe*lon Saturday 0:00 p.m
, ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (nur Locks)
Pastor, Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sunday Mam 0:45 SJn. .
Wukday Maases, Tueedsy and Friday
8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 0*0 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Frl-
dav 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to p.m.
CHURCH OP THE AaWJMPTIOM
Psdro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Mem ............... 8:00 s.m
Csteciilsm Class ........... 10:00 am.
Red Tank Catechism Clam .. 11:00 a.m.
Benediction ............... 7:00 p.m.
St.
MARGARITA
Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital.
The Rev. M. A. Cookson
Sundsy School ( a.m. Evening Prayer
i:00 om.
PALO SECO
Church ef The Holy Comforter
The Ven. A. F. Nightengale.
Every Mondap 1:30 am. Holy Com-
munion.
PARASO.
Sunday Mam
Catechism Cls
CZ. (Ledge Hall)
.............. 4:15 a.m.
a Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll. C.Z.
,........... 1:00 a.m.
........... 0:30 am
ST.
Sunday
Holy Day
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Canada. C.Z.
Sunday Mam............... JJJ ">
Cstechlam Clam Thursday ..3:10 p.m.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST OE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo. Panam
Sunday Mam .............. m
Holy Day Mass ............ 7:30 a m
Benediction Sunday ........ 7 :oo p m
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church of Christ Scientist Anoon
300 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wednuday 1:00 pm
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Cristobal
13th Strut as Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7 JO om
Sundsy School 0:30 a.m.
Christian Science Sulety. Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First at Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 pjn.
Sunday School 10:13. _________
/
Episcopal
ANCON, CZ. _____
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris. Dun
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 a.m. Cathedral School.
10:45 Momlng Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p-m__Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, R.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. nur G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson, Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a in
Church School 0:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11*0 a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young Puple's Vesper Service 4 JO
Wednesday. Holy Communion g:S0 p.m
Choir Rehursal 7:30 a.m.
A Houu of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church ef St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C. Montgomery
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chsp. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 s.m.
Sunday School 8:30 am.
Public Worship 10:43 a.m.
(H.C. first Sundsy In the month )
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p.m.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
"women'sAuxlllsry 2nd and 4th Thurs-
dsys at 7:30 p.m. ,
House of Prayer and Fellowship for sll
people __
COROZAL
('.sod Shephered
The Ven. A. F. Nightengale
7 JO a.m. Every Frli
paraso
Rev. D. A. Oeborne
1:00 am. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
0:30 a.m. Sunday School.
5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer: 2nd and 4th
Sundays.
Monday: 7.00 p.m. Youth Meetine,
Wednesday: 0:30 pm. Girls' friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Osborne A Rev. C.A. Crafwell
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser.
mon 1st. end 3rd. Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer end add-
ress: 2nd snd 4th. Sundays. __
3:00 p.m. Sunday School and Baptism.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address:
2nd. end 4th. Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH_____
A. F. Nightengale, B.D M-B E.
snd The Rev. RIU Reginald AtweU
Venerable Archdeacon
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 s.m
7:00 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coln, R. de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Tha Rev Malnert J Peterson
S.T.B. Rector.
SUNDAYS:
g a.m Holy Communion.
0 s.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:3g a.m. Church School. ___
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
g ant. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon
8:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation C1M
rHURSDAYS:
5 pm. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m. Children's Eucharist.
7:30 o m. Choir Practice.
8*0UaRmAChlidrens Confirmation Clam
7:30 pm. Complins snd Medttetion.
GATUN
St. Gurge's Church
Gstun. C.Z. _
Rev. Solomon N. Jscobs.
Sundays:
1:45 s.m. Church School.
f :45 sm. Morning Prsyer.
10:00 s.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
7-00 am Holy Communion (Alu Holy
Oays and Salig^PeyiiJ
7:oo .m. EvsatngPrayar.
8:00 p.m. St Vincent's Guild.
Thursdays:
7:30 om. Cbolr Rehearsal.
Church ef St Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jscobs,
Sundays:
4 45 a.m. Morning Prsyer.
7:00 s.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 o.m. Church School.
0:00 pm. Evening Song, Thursdays.
7:00 s.m. Holy Communion (Also noi>
Osy snd Saint Days.)
7:30 pm. Evening Prsyer. Fridays.
5:000:00 p.m. Prsyer Guild.
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild.
(Holy Communion at 10:45 am on the
J-.30 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St Chrtotaaher*s
The Rev Antonio Ochoe
7:30 s.m Choral EuchsrUrt
10:00 a.m. Church School.
0:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong
Thursdays and Holy Day H.C. 7:00
'Wednesday and Holy Days -8:30 s.m
Holy Communion. ,. ,
(Plrst Sunday of every month. 1_____
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cebo Verde. Panam City, No. 1 J. A.
Maynard; Panam City No. 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Servlcu only):
Adolpnus Lewn. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry:
Rio Abalo, C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa. A.
A. Brlizle. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba.
Atlantic Side
Colin Third Strut. Joseph Bryan: Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
ihank; Cristobal Spanish Church, B. J.
Maxon, (No Sunday night service at
present)
Sabbath school uch church Saturday
1:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service st all churchu except
otherwise Indicated.
Posts. Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Ptetestaat
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School.................. 0:15
Morning Worahlp................10:00
TORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ...... 1:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 0:45
Morning Worship............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundsy School ................. :30
Morning Worship............... 10:30
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
DeUy Mam ..................... 7:20
Sunday Mam ................... 0:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Maas................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sundsy Masa................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mam ..................... 7:30
Sunday Massu .......... 8:00 A 0:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mam ................... 0:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mam ..................... 0:30
Sundsy Massu .......... 7145 A 1:45
U.S. NAVAL 8TATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mam ................... 0:30
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... 1:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday .....................,
FORT KOBBE
Thursday .....................,
JWB, Balboa, C.Z.
Friday .........................
ATLANTIC SIDE
Pretests at
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ..
Sundsy School ...............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ...............
Morning Worship .............
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
-Sunday School ...............
aforning Worship .............
CatkeUe
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mam .................
TORT GULICK
Sunday Maas .................
COCO SOI.O
, Sundsy Maas ..................
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ........................ 7*0
FRECKLES AID HIS ntlENDb
Too Late?
By MERRILL HLOSSEg
ALLEY OOP
Wrong- Gear?
By V. I. HAMIIX
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Strange
By EDGAR MARTIN
10:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 PJn.
Jewish
Jewish Welters Burd. eVOakTaMLId
Boca Road. Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathsn
Witkln director.
Servlcu on Friday, 7:30 pmi __
(See siso listings of Jewish sen view
under Posts. Bssesend Stations.)
Congregation Kol Shearith Israel. Ave
nlda ubi snd 30th Strut Bella Vista.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld.
Servlcu on Friday. S PJn.
Lutheran
lday; Morning Prsy-
iH.C. 1st Friday.)
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church: Rev. D.A. Osborae
10:30 s.m. and. snd 4th. Sundsy Holy
Communion A Sermon.
10:30 e.m. 1st snd 3rd. Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer A address.
3:00
p.m. Sundsy School.
-3:00 snd 0:00 p.m. Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2:00 p.m. Service et Penitentiarv Everv
4th Sunday.
7:30 p.m. Tueedsy Girl Friendly So-
ciety.
7:30 p.m 2nd. snd 4th. Thursday
Woman's Auxiliary.
Usnbss Penltentlery
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
The Rev. L. B. Shirley
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion 1st Sundsv
Holy Communion 5:30 am
10 30 am Church School
Weds, and Holy Days, H.C i.00 am.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of Ike Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal, Postor
830 Balboa Road, Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clam 0 a.m
Worship service 10:15 a.m^. "Come Thou
With Us and Ws Will Do Thu Good. A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors. Pot-
luck supper second Sunday uch month
7.-.ii pm game night fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extenda a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bernthsl. Psstor.
A Corals I Welcome To All.
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
3:00 s.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
* 00 Men's Meeting.
7'IS o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street snd Melendex Avenue,
Coln. Rj.
Rev. Normen Pratt Minister
Sundsy Servlcu at 0:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.; Sunday School for all agu at 3
p.m.
Monday 7 JO pjn., Wukly Prayer
Muting.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver Cuy, CZ.
Rev. Norman Pratt Minister
Sunday Servlcu S am. and 5:15 pjn.,
Sunday School for all sgu st 8 30 pjn.
Tuesdsy 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panam City, Calle 13 de Febrero
Servlcu at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. (Maj-
or Wilson); Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Servlcu st 11 s.m. and 7 JO
om. Sunday School at 3:30 pjn.
Red Tank: Service et 7:30 pm. Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
Colon, lath Street
Servlcu et........ 11 am It 7:30 p.m
Sunday School at........... 3:00 p.m
Coln. 3rd Strut
Services at ...... 11 am. A 7JO p.m.
Church ef Jecu Christ of Lattar Day
Sslnts (Morasen) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Servlcu .10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armad Forces Services Center
on La Boca Rood.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
0851 Balboa Rud. Balboa
W. Hsrland Dilbuk. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3002
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clssas for all ages ...'. 10:00 am.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 am.
Preaching and Communion-----7:00 PJn.
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 pjn.
Ladlu' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 P-m.
CHURCH OF CHBIST-Old Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
Ws mut In the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 a jn
Visitors welcome.
Ladies Bible Study at Gstun.
Phone Gstun 410 or It Guflck MB.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship................
Young People's Service.....
Evening Worship...............
Prsyer Meeting Thursdsy .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 0:30 a.m.
0:45
11:00
5:45
7:00
7:00
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundsy at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday, Wednesdays snd Thursdays
8:30 am.
Sacrament of Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of uch month at
7:30 p.m.
Church
Bishop
040 am.
0:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
0:00 P.m.
HaUeeth Christian
Panam. R.P.
Rt Rev. T. James, D. D.
oftlclantlng.
Morning Worship at.......
Holy Communion at........
Fellowship Worship st......
Bible Reading at ..........
Divine Service at .........
Sermon at ................
Holy Communion at ......
Belua-Asaadu Reed USO Cmh
Non-DiaiaHairlan
Vesper Benin at 0:15 p.m. Sundays.
CAPTAIN EASY
Recftfnitior
By LESLIE TURNER
NO. I'M MOT,
trie rxxjw!
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COME TO Th*
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SUfLT WALKING-.
WE WANT 10 BB
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WE SET WAV
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SBEM OUS
nWT.IMKAU
VIC FLINT
The Hunt tor Butter
By MICHAEL O'MALLX
RLANK/cSO I UMJUefT.
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12:50
PJL
' LA FIESTA HPICA
DE HOY
desde el Hipdromo
de Juan Franco.
SBADOS T DOMINGOS
sflMfc
por RED PANAMERICANA
Pimma Amrica
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
TUBERA galvanizada
t" -1" 1" If 2"
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vis Espaa 121 TeL 3-1503
ANO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA. R. P., SBADO, MARZO 17, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Se atrincheran 250.000 soldados rojos
J^L^ IJRLI ^ ^^AA^B^A ^*dm em BBBBBl ^Bit^ ^B*^ W -^aw -^av ^ar
Pedidos por sesenta mil millones en
armas coloca por ao Estados Unidos
Aviones, tanques y pertrechos De un d|sparo de S0lctaa la disolucin de
de toda ndole se producen escopeta muere |a Federacin Sindical ante
v<>l.wuliifl<>s astronmicas Carmelo Salgado __i_cJ___IJ^ITU:
La Oficina de Movilizacin
para la Defensa revel que el
Gobierno de Estados Unidos cs-
colocando pedidos de avio-
nes, tanques, caones y otros
petrechos a razn de mas de
sesentan mil millones de doia-
es por ao, y que la produc-
cin actual est superando las
ms grandes esperanzas
La Oficina Inform aue los
contratos otorgados por la
Nmeros perdidos
de la rifa de los
Leones de maana
Un vocero del Club de Leo-
nes de Panam nos ha lnor
mado para los fines consi-
uentei, que se declaran nulos
por haberse perdido, tenuaj
ios- 5020, 5821, 5624, 5625, 5628,
035 0355, 3090, 3001, 3093, 3097,
8098, 3099 y 2737.
Asimismo nos dijo eltovr
que se han extraviado tambin
1 nmero 2147, que corres-
ponde a Mercedes de Llrente
H 0587. que corresponde a un
Sque Wahler y el 0373, W co-
rresponde a Julin Hofcue, loa
cuales tienen valor para los
efectos de la rita, 4ue se efec-
tuar maana. _^___
co mil setecientos millones de
dlares en Enero, y cuatro mil
setecientos en Febrero. Los de
Marzo sern por un total casi
Igual al de Febrero.
El total de Enero fu el ma*
elevado en la historia del pas,
y super al de cualquier mes de
la guerra pasada. Slnembargo,
buena parte del aumento se C--
be a los precios ms altos, nc
dignificando que el gobierno
compra ms armas que durante
la ultima conflagracin.
Un portavoz de la Oficina
dijo que la produccin aumen-
ta mas rpidamente que loi que
pudo preverse en Septiembre
ultimo en que se inicio el pie-
Brama de adquisicin de Pf
trechos blicos. Anadi que f-
das las metas fijadas entonas
han sido alcanzadas y en ayu-
nos casos superadas, sobre ;odo
en la fabricacin de motores de
reaccin para *lon'.- tp_ola
El plan original contempla
contratos para las fuerzas ar-
madas por un total de 87 m
mlllonesde dlares durante d,,s
aos que terminaran el 30 de
julio de 1952, incluyendo 10 mil
millones para los aliados ce
Estados Unidos. tntaies-l
Se espera que esos tataies-
can aumentados. En cuanto a
la entrega e armamentos, es
secreto militar.
Eco sepulcral produce canto
triunfal de los surcoreanos
que ocuparon a Sel otra vez
/ncianos y criaturas que han 7^^^ *
nos la ciudad no ponan nteres al desfile
Mat a un anciano
y sali huyendo
hada Panam
Un horroroso accidente de
trnsito tuvo lugar ayer en la
carretera central entre las uo-cia C1 1JU1VC mu ,.. -%.
biaclones de Antn y Rio Haiov raunistas que abandonaron a
--.-_. .> J. 1* (nwla fll* !!- *__*. 1____I. _.tl ** rlnr
A las 4:25 de la tarde fu en-
contrado muerto, tirado en di-
cha carretera, como a chico
minuto de Antn el Sr. Justo
Reyes, residente de la pobla-
cin de Chir, de anos, en
medio de un charco de san-
gre, y con el pie izquierdo mu-
tilado, colgando del tobillo.
Segn se ha podido averiguar,
una vez que el Sr. Reyes fu
atropellado, el chofer del ca-
rro que lo atropello dio la vuel-
ta y sall en precipitada fuga
con direccin a Panam.
Las autoridades se encuen-
tran Investigando el caso, y se
calcula que el accidente ora-
ri entre las 2:30 y 4:30 de la
tarde, siendo relativamente i-
cll determinar cul fu el ca-
rro que atropello al Sr. Reyc?
pues en Rio Hato existe una
garita de Pollcia en donde se
anotan los nmeros de las pla-
cas de todos los carros que
cruzan por all.
Ral E. Alvaradc
Corresponsal Viajero
Por Jack James
SEL, Marzo 17 (UP) .*
canto triunfal de los soldac.es
sur-coreanos tenia hoy un o
de sepulcro en la destrozada
capital cuya reconquista ce>!-
braban. _
Un regimiento coreano reco-
rri en desfile victorioso la?
calles agujereadas de edificas
erurulnas, saltando sobre mon-
tones de basura que podan es-
conder minas mortfera*. Iban
acia el norte en busca de to-
COLON, marzo 71. (A.M.)
El da 14 del presente mes fue
hallado muerto por un disparo
de escopeta calibre 20 que le
penetr por debajo de la bar-
billa y' sall por la parte su-
perior de la cabeza el Joven
de 19 aos Carmelo Zalgado, de
Quebrada Megara, corregimien-
to de Nuevo Viga. ,
El Joven Salgado, que habla
salido la noche anterior con el
pretexto de ir de cacera como
era su costumbre con la es-
copeta perteneciente a su to
Pedro Aizpura, fu hallado bo-
ca arriba tendido en' un lla-
no con el arma al lado Iz-
quierdo, por los seores Floren-
cio Rodriguez, Jorge Alvarez y
otros que haban sido designa-
dos por el Corregidor de ese
lugar para salir en su bsque-
da al no regresar de su viaje
de cacera.
Dentro de una cajetilla de
cigarrillos se le encontr en el
bolsillo de la camisa del cad-
ver, haba dos hojas de papel
de una libreta de apuntes que
entre otras cosas deca: "Yo
me mat por decisin, porque
yo en el mundo no valgo nada.
Porque yo me mate lo nico
que me duele es que me voy
y no gozo mis amores. Adis
para siempre porque yo tengo
un sufrimiento muy grande por
una muchacha que la tengo
dentro de mi corazn".
"Hablemos del Hogar
y de la Moda" sale
en Dominical maana
El Suplemento de los Jue-
ves, "Hablen** del Hogar y de
la Moda", atar incluido ea
nuestra edicin Dominical, co-
meneande eon el nmero de
DOMINICAL de maana.
Sel hace slo dos das.
Pocos sobrevivientes de la an-
terior poblacin tan numeric.
presenciaban el desfile. En su
mayora, ancianos y criaturas
que sobrevivieron doa veces la
reconquista de Sel, parecan
demasiado cansados de la gue-
rra para ocuparse del uniforme
que vestan los soldados q.e
pasaban.
El desfile pas ante el esque-
leto de la estacin de ferroca
rril que oculta en sus patios
largas filas de vagones destro-
zados por las bombas, y un hos-
pital de ladrillo sin techo y
baj por el boulevard hasta el
eapitollo, en donde todava ei-
t el andamiaje erigido por los
sur-coreanos el otoo pasado
En toda la maana slo se
oyeron dos tiros que fueron ac-
cidentes, pero de vez en cuan-
do se escuchaban explosiones de
minas de las colocadas por U-1
rojos para que las pisaran los
.soldados descuidados. '
(Paaa a la Pg. 6, col. 8)
Es derrotada de nueyo Rusia
en su intento porque China
Roja sea aceptada eu la 'ONU9
LAKE SUCCESS, marzo 17.
(UP). Rusia fue derrotada
una vez ms en su persisten-
te campaa encaminada a ob-
tener la admisin de la China
comunista en las Naciones Uni-
das.
Al Iniciarse la primera sesin
en la comisin para la vigilan-
cia de la paz, integrada por
representantes de 18 naciones,
el delegado sovitico Jacob Ma-
lik, present una mocin con-
siderada ya como algo rutina-
rio, pidiendo que se Invitara al
representante de la "Repblica
Popular China" a participar en
la reunin como un legitimo
portavoz de la China.
El delegado de Estado Uni-
dos, Ernest Gross, present otra
mocin pidiendo que se suspen-
diera el debate sobre la cues-
tin de la representacin hasta
que la Asamblea General to-
(Pasa a la Patina Col 1)
Solicitada la disolucin de
la Federacin Sindical ante
un Juez Seccional del Trabajo
El Inspector General del Trabajo hace esa solicitud y
pide al Procurador establezca responsabilidades
Mediante escrito fechado el sido, suspendidos provisional -
18 de los corrientes., elevado
al seor Juez de Trabajo de
la Primera Seccin, el Inspec-
tor General del Trabajo, Lie
Rubn Quirs Aponte, solicita
que se declare "la disolucin,
mediante las formalidades del
caso, de la organizacin social
conocida bajo el nombre de Fe-
deracin Sindical de Trabaja-
dores de la Repblica, repre-
sentada legalmente por su Se-
cretario General, seor Domin-
go Barra, por haber incurrido
en la prohibicin que entra-
a el ordinal 7 del artculo
293 del mismo Cdigo de Tra-
bajo, que dice: Las Organiza-
ciones Sindicales, cualquiera
que sea su clase, no podran a-
partarse de sus fines exclusi-
vos. En consecuencia, les est
prohibido:
.. .Ordinal 7Fomentar o co-
meter actos delictuosos contra
personas o propiedades.
El Lie. Quirs Aponte, Ins-
Jector General del Trabajo fun-
d su solicitud en los siguien-
tes hechos:
"lo.La Federacin Sindical
de Trabajadores de la Repbli-
ca de Panam inici el 28 de
febrero del ao ea curso, cuan-
do su Comit Ejecutivo Fede-
ral dict la Resolucin No. 2,
campaa tendiente a lograr que
la Cia. Panameza de Fuerza y
Luz, empresa comercial estable-
cida en nuestro pas al amparo
de la Constitucin y leyes na-
cionales, le pague al Municipio
de este Distrito Capital la suma
de seiscientos cincuenta mil
balboas (B. 850,000.00) que se-
gn se dice le adeuda en con-
cepto de impuesto sobre con-
tadores elctricos; impuesto s-
te que fue establecido median-
te acuerdo municipal que es
motivo en la actualidad de re-
curso de ilegalidad ante el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Admi-
nistrativo, y cuyos efectos han
mente por dicha Corporacin.
Para lograr tal propsito, la
Federacin Sindical de Traba-
jadores de la Repblica de Pa-
nam ha estado y est inci-
tando por medio de hojas vo-
lantes, la radio, la prensa, re-
uniones pblicas, (mtines), y
altos parlantes colocados en
automviles, a todas las perso-
nas que usan los servicios que
proporciona la Compaa Pana-
mea de Fuerza y Luz, y al p-
blico en general, a que no pa-
guen sus cuentas a la referida
Empresa hasta tanto sta can-
cele ese supuesto crdito al Mu-
niclDlo de Panam; a que no
se haga el depsito de medi-
dores que exige la Compaa, y
a que se exija la devolucin de
los ya hecho: a la rebaja de
la luz y a que se nacionalice
la Empresa; y que el Consejo
Municipal del Distrito abra a
la mayor brevedad una oficina
especial para que reciba los di-
neros que le sern pagados a
l por los deudores de la Cia.,
y a, en- general, que s respal-
de sin distingo de credos po-
lticos o religiosos la campaa
iniciada.
3o.La expresada Federaein
Sindical de Trabajadores de la
Repblica de Panam al Ini-
ciar, promover y mantener la
campaa en que se encuentra
empeada, en primer lugar des-
conoce o pretende desconocer
los fines que taxsativamente le
permiten el Cdigo de Trabajo
y sus Estatutos, violando asi
(Pasa a la Pgina Columna 7)
A Nuestros Lectores
Por haber sido reproducido
empastelado, publicamos nue-
vamente hoy en la pgima e-
ditorial, el articulo intitulado
"Una trama absurda en inai-
dioea", del doctor Roberto E<
Arlas.
Ultima Hora
'El Panam' espera
pagar sus deudas
dentro de poco
Hoteles In'eramerlcanos S. A.
anu tel hoy que la empresa esta
adelantando nogoclacloHea en
Nueva York para obteer un prs-
tamo adicional de un milln de
balboas que serian garantizadas
con el subsidio del Gobierno al
hotel. El seor Rodolfo Herbru-
ger, Ministro de Hacienda y Te-
soro, manifest hoy por telfono
desde Nueva York que la opera-
cin es viable, que se encuen-
tran en buen pie y que la
formalizacin del prstamo pue-
de llevarse a efecto dentro de
breves das. El Hotel El Panam,
como se sabe, adeuda a la Com-
paa Fiduciaria una suma apre-
clable y de formalizarse el prs-
tamo en referencia el hotel can-
celara Inmediatamente sus obli-
gaciones.
El seor M. A. Castro Vleto,
Gerente de la Compaa Fiducia-
ria, nos manifest que de cance-
larse la deuda del Hotel el Banco
resolvera el problema ms im-
portante que le confronta.
D. Olmedo AK aro
ser candidato
en el Ecuador
(Tomado de "El Ecuatoriano",
peridico conservador en el E-
caador). A ms de los can-
didatos que para la Presiden-
cia de la Repblica, son ya co-
nocidos por el pblico, que son
los seores Coronel Olmedo Al-
faro y doctor Isidro Ayora.
El doctor Isidro Ayora fue
dictador desde 1928 hasta 1928
y Presidente de .'
desde 1938 hasta IfrTl en que
tuvo que dejar la presidencia
habiendo renunciado ante el
Congreso de dicho ao.
Por lo que respecta al Coro-
nel Olmedo Alfaro, es hijo del
General Eloy Alfaro como es
bien sabido y reside en Pana-
m, lugar de su nacimiento. Pa-
ra preparar su plataforma po-
ltica est publicando una serle
de artculos y cartas en "El
Da", recordando las obras de
su padre.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
21,700
Se extienden sus fuerzas a
lo largo del Paralelo "38"
para combatir a los aliados
Mil aviones y los acorazados de la ONU siguen
una implacable labor de destruccin
TOKIO, Marzo 17 (UP)Se ha
informado que hay entre 200 y
250 mil comunistas atrinceran-
dose a lo largo del Paralelo 38
para hacerle frente a las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas. Has-
ta el momento, los rojos han
retrocedido 30 millas.
Las tropas aliadas han encon-
trado solamente resistencia dis-
persas de las retaguardias, a to-
do lo ancho de las 140 millas de
la Peninsula Coreana, a medida
que avanzaban hacia el norte
hacia las nuevas lineas de de-
fensa comunistas. *
Los acorazados aliados asi co-
mo ms de mil aviones conti-
nuaban martillando a las tropas
comunistas desde el Paralelo 38
a la frontera de Manchuria.
Los Chinos han ordenado a
sus tropas resistir en Chunchn
a 7 millas y media del Paralelo,
pero slo, hay seales de que
los rojos lo que estn planeando
son operaciones dilatorias de sus
retaguardias que les permita lle-
gar al Paralelo.
Las tropas de las Naciones
Unidas, quienes estn persi-
guiendo a los rojos, continan
avanzando en linea recta hacia
el Paralelo y se encuentran a
unas siete millas del mismo,
con todas sus fuerzas. Las pa-
trullas aliadas han logrado acer-
carse an ms al Paralelo, pero
la estricta censura militar no
permite divulgar su paradero
exacto.
Slnembargo. existen indicacio-
nes de que un regimiento de
nor-coreanos estaban entrln-
cherado a ambos lad/ de la
.arretera Sc\ll-UtJonbu a seis
millas al sur del Paralelo 38. Un
poco ms al este, nueve divisio-
nes nor-coreanas se "esfuma-
ron" ante el avance de las tro-
pas norte-americanas y sur-co-
reanas, Se han reportado 'avan-
ces" considerables.
La Flota Norte-Americana ln-
Las empresas vinculadas con La
Prensa tambin se investigarn
"Lo que quieren es
atacar a Pern",
dice 'La poca'
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 17
(UP) El vespertino Peronis-
ta La poca en un despacho es-
pecial fechado en Nueva York,
se ocupa de los comentarios que
dicen los diarios sobre la si-
tuacin de La Prensa.
Dice que La Prensa for.na
parte de una cofrada de da-
nos al servicio de intereses ca-
pitalistas y coloniales, y con
ramificaciones en todo el mun-
do a travs de las agendas
Prensa Unida y Prensa Asocia-
da y son estas las que en de-
fensa de su cofrade ponen el
grito en el cielo diciendo que
el Gobierno argentino es tir-
nico y que ataca a La Prena
porque es un rgano democrl-
cico.
Lo cierto es que se trata de
llevar el ataque a Pern, a
quien el capitalismo impena-
lista teme por cuanto l y t\xs
realizaciones sirven de estmuio
a los puebla de Amrica some-
tidos a depredaciones e "tru;s"
y consorcios como lo estaba
Agrentina
Nueva York, Marzo 17 (U*5)
La Junta Directiva del "Oviv-
seas Press Club" organizacin
integrada por corresponsales en
el extranjero, aprob una reso-
lucin condenando la detencl- n
en Buenos Aires de dos corres-
ponsales y calificando la me-
(Pass a la P* Cei 1)
Incluye a La Prensa Unida y
a La Prensa Asociada mocin
que aprob el Senado ayer
Plenos poderes se da a Comisin para posesionarse
del diario y dirigir esa gran empresa
BUENOS AIRES, marzo 17.
(UP). El Senado aprob por
16 a cero un proyecto de re-
solucin para que el Congreso
argentino intervenga e inves-
tigue a La Prensa La reunin
del Senado termin a la? 11:20
de la nohe, hora de Buenos
Aires.
El Senado, en una reunion
despus de un receso para ce-
nar, bajo la Presidencia del
Contralmirante retirado, Albert
Tessaire, con 16 de los 30 Se-
nadores Peronistas presentes,
comenz el debate sobre el pro-
yecto de resolucin aprobado
por la Cmara por R5 a 14 pa-
ra Intervenir e investigar el
diario bonaerense. La oposicin
no cuenta con miembros en el
Senado.
Ambas Cmaras del Congreso
argentino acordaron colocar al
per i d i c o independiente La
Prensa bajo la intervencin de
una Comisin Congresional
mixta, con plenos poderes para
Investigar todas las actividades
del diarlo.
El proyecto de resolucin al
efecto pasar ahora a la con-
sideracin del Presidente Pe-
rn, quien deber firmarlo an-
tes de que se convierta en Ley.
El proyecto de resolucin
creando una comisin de seis
diputados y tres senadores, fue
aprobado por el Senado ano-
che 16 a cero. El proyecto ha-
ba sido aprobado por la C-
mara en la tarde por 85 14.
La comisin contara con ple-
nos poderes para tomar pose-
sin de La Prensa y dirigir la
empresa, si lo desea, mientras
dure la "intervencin" y para
registrar los archivos de docu-
mentos y libros del peridico,
con el propsito de realizar la
investigacin.
Durante la discusin del pro-
yecto en la Cmara Baja, el
Presidente del bloque peronis-
ta, Miel Asquia propuso una
enmienda al mismo, aprobada
por la Cmara, para incluir en
la investigacin de la Comisin
a "empresas vinculadas comer-
cia lmente con La Prensa".
Durante el debate en la C-
mara, el ex-editor del vesper-
tino peronista "La poca", E-
duardo Colom dijo: "81 es ne-
cesario expropiar La Prensa,
expropimosla. Los resultados
de esta Investigacin se presen-
tarn a la Cmara y haremos
lo que haya que hacer".
El diputado peronista. Jos
(Paaa a la pgina columna C)
Sigue la reaccin
mundial por este
sonado asunto
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 17 i.'JP
Al comentar la situacin tie
La Prensa de Buenos Aires, 'a
revista "Editor and Publisher"
volvi a publicar parte del acta
Chapultepec firmada por toUas
las repblicas americanas en
1945
El editorial dice: "Releyenlc
esta resolucin, ella nos recuer-
da cuan pronto las naciones Uel
mundo pueden olvidar sus con-
venios firmados. Obliguen o uo,
esta fu una mera "recome:i-
tacln", pero tambin fu unf
declaracin de principios que
debe suponerse los participan-
tes firmaron de. buena ".
BOSTON, Marzo 17 (UP) E)
"Boston Traveler", peridico de
gran circulacin dice que el
cierre de La Prensa de Buer.us
Aires, "Uene que preocupar no-
ralmente al Gobern de los Li-
tados Unidos, tanto como los
campamentos de trabajos for-
zados de Rusia, y la supresin
injusta de la religin en Praga.
Lo menos que Estados Untos
debe hacer por La Prensa, e?
radicar una vigorosa protesta
ante el autocrtlco Pern".
MONTEVIDEO. Marzo 17 (UP;
En el Ateneo se realiz un
mitin de solidaridad con el dia-
rio argentino La Prensa, de-
(Fasa a la Pag. Cat 1)
form que los acorazados de las
Naciones Unidas en la Costa
Este de Corea mataron o hirie-
ron a ms de ocho mil comunis-
tas durante dos bombardeos na-
vales ayer. El anuncio fu hecho
mientras otras fuerzas comunis-
tas se retiraban a nuevas posi-
ciones a lo largo del Paralelo
38
El anuncio dijo que un reco-
nocimiento areo demostr que
en las barracas de soldados y laa
concentraciones de tropas cer-
ca de Wonsan fueron hecho
blancos con efectos devastado-
res. Se dijo que el rea de las).
barracas se encontraba comple-
mente destruida y que hablan
tantos cuerpos tirados que loa
observadores areos calcularon
que por lo menos hablan muer-
to ms de seis mil rojos en ese
lugar.
Los observadores areos cal-
cularon que otros dos mil sol-
dados rojos fueron heridos o
muertos durante el bombardeo
del as concentraciones de tro-
pas en Slngl y Wonsan.
El ataque a las barracas co-
munistas fu llevado a cabo por
seis barcos de las Naciones Uni-
dasel crucero norte-americano
Manchester, el destructor norte
americano Enllsh, el destructor
(Paaa la Pat a Col.
No habr matanza
de Mircoles a
Domingo prximos
Por acuerdo celebrado noy
ooira tpd~ ,'^s mata '
cuidad capliwi, se ha diaputiio
suspender el sacrificio en el
Matadero y Zahrda de toda
clase de animales durante los
das mircoles, jueves, viernes,
sbado y domingo de la sema-
na entrante, das santos.
La matanza ser reanudada
el lunes 26 de los corrientes
Las nuevas pruebas atmicas
sern explosiones en medio
del mar a gran profundidad
WASHINGTON, Marzo 17 (U.
P)Las nuevas serles de prue-
bas atmicas sern explosiones
submarinas en medio del mar.
El Presidente de la Comisin
de Energa Atmica, Gordon
Dean dl a entender sto.
Tambin dijo que aunque mu-
chas armas atmicas se estn
perfeccionando, hay otras que
se encuentran en estudio y de-
ben ser probadas en los campos.
Dijo que se harn nuevas
pruebas, y se estn buscando
nuevos sitios de pruebas. Uno de
ellos es Enlwetok en el Pacifico.
Los Estados Unidos, en 1948
probaron all lo que llamaron
"nuevos diseos" de armas at-
micas, seis veces ms podero-
sas que* las bombas atmicas de
la segunda guerra mundial.
Puentes oficiales dijeron que
algunos diseos de armas con-
tra ejrcitos fueron probados en
Nevada, pero Dean rehus con-
firmar la noticia. Rehus decir
nada sobre Nevada, excepto que
all no se haba probado la bom-
ba de Hidrgeno, pero si dijo
que heramos unas pruebas en el
fuego".
Dean dijo. "Ea posible que lle-
vemos un arma atmica al me-
dio del acano y hacerla explo-
tar all, o pedoms transportarla
por avin y arrojarla en medio
del ocano, o quiero especificar
ningn lugar".
Por imprudencia
hubo accidente
en la Zona ayer
Una mujer resulto herida -y
se cree que un hombre tambin
lo fu, cuando un autobus se
volc a medianoche en una re-
gata, cerca de la estacin del
Ferrocarril de Corosal.
La mujer herida se llama Rita
Green, panamea de 30 aos de
edad, sirvienta en Cocoll, en la
residencia del seor Lloy Mur-
phy. Sufri mltiples contusio-
nes y se halla en el Hospital
Gorgas. Un registro en los hos-
pitales no ha determinado quin
sea el hombre herido.
Se asegura que" este sangran-
do profusamente desapareci
del escenarlo del accidente. El
autobus estaba manchado de
sangre y la mujer herida, no es-
taba sangrando.
El auto era conducido por An-
tonio Zacaras, panameo tam-
bin, de Chilibre. Intent pa-
sarse a otro automvil manejado
por Lsalag C. Phillip, de Pana-
m. Este no quiso dejarse pa-
sar y ambos vehculos inicia-
ron una enconada regata, lo
que dl lugar al choque.
Impertinentes restricciones
imponen los rusos para dejar
transitar a trenes militares
BERLIN, Marzo 17 (UP)Los
rusos rehusaron dejar transitar
a tres trenes militares del occi-
dente a travs de la zona sovi-
tica, en un movimiento que
amenaza encender nuevamente
la llama de la "guerra fria".
Las autoridades soviticas di-
jeron que slo 16 trenes occlden-
tales-de pasajeros y carga-sern
permitidos transitar diariamen-
te sobre una faja de 110 millas
en la tona sovitica, i
Los pasajeros a bordo de loa-
trenes militares americanos en
ruta a Berlin de Bremerhaven,
fueron obligados a desembarcar-
se en la frontera de Helmestedt
esta maana temprano, y trans-
bordarse al tren de Berlin-
Fran furt.
Los cuarteles occidentales in-
terpretaron la accin rusa de
hoy que hace ms tirantes las
relaciones entre el oriente y al
occidente.


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LA REORGANIZACIN DEL DEPARTAMENTO
DE RENTAS INTERNAS
A travs de la prensa el pblico se ha enterado
del informe rendido por el financista don Osear
Mller en relacin con el estudio que l hizo sobre
el funcionamiento del Departamento de Rentas In-
ternas.
Desde el dos de Enero el seor Mller, de acuer-
do con instrucciones del Presidente de la Repbli-
ca, ha venido investigando desde un punto de vis-
ta tcnico y prctico las condiciones en que se ha-
lla ese importante ramo de la Administracin P-
blica.
Sin entrar en detalles acerca, del informe alu-
dido, porque ello seria prcticamente imposible en un
breve comentario como ste, podemos establecer la
necesidad de que se adopten las recomendaciones
contenidas en el interesante informe del Sr. Mller.
Sera de desearse que todos los funcionarios
pblicos as como la comunidad en general se en-
terara de este estudio a que hacemos referencia
porque l encierra aspectos fundamentales relacio-
nados con la administracin pblica y se advierten
los motivos de muchos errores que interrumpen la
buena marcha de los negocios del Estado. Segura-
mente de la lectura de ese informe se puede llegar
a conclusiones sobre otros Departamentos en lo que
haya de similitud en materia de funcionamiento.
El anlisis del Sr. Mller revela datos que de-
ben ser de gran inters para el pas, los cuales me-
recen una amplia consideracin de parte del go-
bierno.
Las recomendaciones aludidas deben ser adop-
tadas lo ms pronto que ello sea posible a fin de
que la estabilidad fiscal de la Repblica no sufra
mayores perjuicios.
Ojal que dentro del plan de reorganizacin de
Rentas Internas se dejen pautas en forma abso-
lutamente clara para evitar que con el tiempo se
introduzcan reformas sin estudio en su funciona-
miento.
Es, de esmerarse que se contine en una revi-^
sin integral en cadafdependencita del Estado en
lo que se refiere a su'plan de trabajo y a sus fi-
nalidades. Ya es tiempo de que las disposiciones
inspiradas por criterios, ms o menos empricos
no continen en vigencia si ellas no llenan a caba-
lidad su cometido. Desafortunadamente, con algu-
nas excepciones desde luego, en Panam no se ha
querido orientar la administracin pblica con una
mentalidad tcnica.
El "Aviso Oportuna9
'El Morcado Sin lmaVf
Es Barato v Efectiva
rn
HOY ES EL DA
Una excepcional oportunidad es la que le ofrecemos
en nuestro CLUB DE LOTE8 en la Ciudad Radial, consis-
tente en oO semanas a B/.3.00 con las dos ltimas cifras
. .1 a /.-.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA
junto con los dems peridicos
libres del Mundo.
est de Duelo
por la clausura del diario independien-
te de Buenos Aires, "LA PRENSA"* ese
prestigioso vocero de la opinin conti-
nental que por asumir una actitud de jus-
tificada rebelda contra la dictadura mili-
tar de Pern en la Argentina ha sido vc-
tima de los ultrajes de ese gobierno.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
, k%k
LA BIENAL HISPANOAMERI-
CANA DE ARTE DE MADRID
Hace algn tiempo publiqu
en esta seccin una nota en
relacin con la primera Expo-
sicin Hispanoamericana de Ar-
te que se celebrar en Madrid.
Esta exposicin es la original
de una serie de exposiciones
que tendrn como sede la ca-
pital de Espaa y se verlflca:
rn cada dos aos. Algo asi
como la Bienale de Venecia, ya
de fama internacional, pero re-
servada a los artistas plsticos
hispanoamericanos, si bien fi-
gurarn en ella tambin, como
invitados y con los mismos de-
rechos que los hispanoamerica-
nos, cultivadores de las artes
plsticas de los Estados Uni-
dos, de Brasil, de Haiti, de Fi-
lipinas.
Creo interesantsimo este tipo
de certmenes. Lo cierto es que
apenas conocemos a los pinto-
res, a los escultores, a los gra-
badores, a los arquitectos, dsl
resto del Continente. Y, ade-
ms, no los conocen en Espaa.
Al organizar esta exposicin
y las que sigan el Institu-
to de Cultura Hispnica de Ma-
drid realiza una labor de tras-
cendentales alcances. La mente,
bien oultlvada, dinmica, de Al-
fredo Snchez Bella, el actual
Director del Instituto que ha
echado sobre sus hombros tan
estupenda y ponderosa carga,
merece una felicitacin singu-
lar. Porque de ese modo s ha-
ce labor; porque de ese modo
se crean legtimos afectos.entre
espaoles e hispanoamericanos;
porque de ese modo la cultura
no se queda en una aspiracin,
sino se convierte en algo de-
finitivo.

Es lgico que yo procure que
los artistas de Panam acu-
dan al certamen Inaugural.
Tengo mis esperanzas. No digo
que se escondan por estas tie-
rras un Velzquec o un Ce-
zanne o un Modlgllanl o un
Picasso; pero si existen artis-
tas inquietos, nuevos, con Ilu-
siones, que no hay que dejar
desvanecerse, agostarse. Y no
harn mal papel, no, nuestros
artistas en la Exposicin que
se organiza en Madrid y que
ser inaugurada el 12 de octu-
bre del corriente ao.
El optimismo excesivo serla
perjudicial; tambin el pesimis-
mo llevado a extremos destruc-
tores.
Cmo podra escogerse lo que
se enviara-* la Bienal de Ma-
drid? W
Propondr una exposicin pre-
via, celebrada en Panam pa-
ra el mes de Junio, por ejem-
plo. Un jurado adecuado del
que me propongo no formar
parte, lo declaro de antema-
no podra escoger los traba-
jos de pintura, escultura, gra-
bado, dibujo, arquitectura, que
cabria exponer en Madrid. Y
veramos los resultados.
Como secretario de la Comi-
sin Organizadora de la Pri-
mera Bienal ha sido nombrado
Leopoldo Panero, el gran poe-
ta, adems conocedor y entu-
siasta de las artes plsticas. El
trabajara en favor de los pa-
nameos. Estuvo en esta tierra,
sabore sus paisajes, dej su
impronta Panam en su esp-
ritu de artista. Y ahora de-
mostrar su simpata al Ist-
mo.
Los premios de la Bienal son
sabrosos. Aaden viajes, visitas
a Museos, agasajos. Todo ello,
y con fundamento, seduce a los
artistas.
El Departamento de Cultura
del Ministerio de Educacin
dirigido por un caballero amigo
de las artes y con imagina-
cin, el Licenciado lslTO Be-
luche puede hacer mucho
para que la contribucin de los
CITACIN
Se cita a los miembros de
la Federacin de Universita-
rios Catlicos a una reunin
ordinaria que se celebrar a
las 10 a.m. el Domingo 18
de Marzo en el Saln Boli-
var, se pide puntual asis-
tencia.
Una Trama Absurda e Insidiosa
Un artculo publicado en un peridico de ayer tarde envuel- diante nuevo escrito firmado por l, segn copia fotosttica pu-
vt una trama absurda, ridicula e insidiosa. Se dice falsamente blicada ayer en "La Estrella de Panam" (Vase Documento
que se me entregaron cinco mil acciones del Banco Fiduciario A.G.A. No. 4 eti pgina 10 de La Hora),
que estn a nombre de la sociedad denominada "Productos de En "La Estrella de Panam" de ayer aparece tambin la
Construccin, S. A." de la cual es Presidente y Representante copia fotosttica de otro documento expedido por el Registro
legal el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango, como lo es tambin Pblico en el que consta que los seores Augusto Guillermo
del Banco Fiduciario. Arango, Emmanuel Lyons Jr., y Narciso E. Garay son los nicos
En las declaraciones del propio Sr. Arango que se trans- directores de la sociedad denominada "Productos de Construc-
criben en dicho artculo no hay base alguna para les afirma- cin, S. A." y, adems, que el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango
ciones. Por el contrario, en dichas declaraciones se demuestra la es su Presidente y,Representante Legal. (Documento No. 5 en
absoluta falsedad de lo que se ha tratado de imputar. He aqui pgina 10 de I Hora).
las pruebas: Siendo esto as, como lo es, resulta evidente que si existieren
En una declaracin titulada. "YO ACUSO" que fu difun- 1 certificados de las cinco mil acciones del Banco Fiduciario
dida por radio y publicada en "El Pas" y en hojas mimeogra- expedidas a favor de la compaa Productos de Construccin,
fiadas y que se deca hecha por el seor Augusto Guillermo S. A.", es el Presidente y Representante Legal de esa Compaa,
Arango, aparece una versin respecto a esas acciones totalmen- el seor Augusto Guillermo Arango, quien puede hacer uso de
te distinta de la que se quiere dar en el ttulo que aparece en el das o reclamarlas. -
diario de ayer tarde. (Vase 'Documento A.G.A. Nmero 1" en Y si dichas acciones hubieren sido endosadas en blanco o
pgina 10 de La Hora). a ^avor c a!guna persona, el tenedor de ellas no podra recibir
r ningn beneficio sin antes obtener un nuevo certificado que debe
Como quiera que el da ocho de este mes se me informo x ^p^jy,, ^t c\ Banco Fiduciario, y debidamente inscrito en
de un rumor en el sentido de que se trataba de mezclar mi nom- Su regstro c accones, del cual, como se sabe, es Presidente el
bre e.. el mismo asunto, y como quiera que de esa manera podra Sf Gringo, quen es tamDin Presidente de "Productos de Cons-
pretenderse soslayar la responsabilidad por las declaraciones trucc;on) s' A
Queda pues, demostrado:
Srio.
canda.
de Prensa y fropa-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
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 es 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).
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. j
Lo afirmado en el peridico aludido es absolutamente falso
se Documento A.G.A. No. 3, en pgina 11 de La Hora). ^ e X[ mj UM tram, v1 insidiosa y absurda.
Cuatro das despus de haber otorgado el cernficado que,'
desmiente los falso rumores, el seor Arango se ratific me- Ro.BERT? E AR,AS
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SBADO. MARZO 17. 1M1
I
"Ha pasado la era
del imperialismo
econmico". Vargas
RIO DE JANEIRO, Marso. 17
(UP>. El Presidente Oetulio
Vargas, en un mensaje al Con
greso dijo que la era del Im-
perialismo econmico es cosa,
del pasado y agreg que "tanto,
los pueblos adelantado como
quellos Insuficientemente des-
noli a dos del Occidente, saben
que el mundo democrtico no
podr sobrevivir si no logra su-
perar el exagerado desequilibrio
entre sus diversas reglones". .
Vargas describi al Imperia-
lismo econmico como la "ex-
plotacin de los pases atrasa-
do en provecho de la economa
de los que se encuentran alta-
mente Industrializados".
El mensaje fue presentado ai
Congreso por el Jefe de la Ca-
sa Civil de Vargas, Lourlval
Fohtes, y con su lectura se in-
augur el perodo legislativo da
1951. El informe est Impreso
en forma de libro, cuenta con
250 pginas y traa sobre to-
dos los problemas administra-
tivos nacionales.
Respecto a la prxima Con-
ferencia de Cancilleres Ameri-
canos en Washington, dice qus
"el Gobierno brasileo est dis-
puesto a dar su cooperacin
econmica balo todas las for-
mas a su alcance, pero su con-
ducta externa est subordina-
da al principio de reciprocidad
de modo que nuestros aliados
(pueblos de este Hemisferio) a
su vez nos ayuden a soportar
los efectos de una situacin da
emergencia sobre nuestra defi-
ciente estructuracin econmi-
ca".
Ayuda tcnica de la
ONU a Colombia
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
York, Mamo 17 (USISi Ex-
pertos en asistencia tcnica da
las Naciones Unldaa y sus or-
ganismos especializados inicia-
ron esta semana sus labores co-
mo una unidad en Colombia
para ayudar a ese .pais en su
programa de fomento.
Raymond Peter Etchats, da
Francia, representante residen-
te de la Ayuda Tcnica en Co-
lombia, ha llegado a Bogot pa-
ra dirigir los proyectos Junto
con una misin del Banco In-
ternacional de Reconstruccin y
Fomento. Han llegado asimismo
a Colombia otros siete de los
16 expertos que la ONU envia-
r a ese pais con el mismo pro-'
psito.
Los expertos representarn a
la Organizacin de Alimentos y
Agricultura, la Organizacin In-
ternacional del Trabajo, la Or-
ganizacin de las Naciones Uni-
das para la Educacin, la Cien-
cia y la Cultura, la Organiza-
cin Mundial de la Salud, la
Organizacin de Aviacin Civil
Tnternaclonal y la Administra-
cin de la Ayuda Tcnica da
las Naciones Unidas.
0 te Mano
da 1951.
i1-

Yo AUGUSTO GUILLERMO ARANGO. hago constar: Primero: Que nunca he entregado a ttulo gratuito
oneroso I seor Roberto E. Arias acciones de la Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam S. A., ni Producto de Construccini S. A y
que ninguna de las Compaas mencionadas le han entregado,-a titulo gratuito u oneroso acciones n. va ores *"*"****e'
Se a Roberto E Arias: v Segundo: que nunca he hecho afirmacin alguna en ese seatMa y que, por Unto, comete una false-
dad quien diga que yo haya firmado a Insinuado tal cosa.A. G. Arango._____________________------------
artistas de Panam a la Pri-
mera Exposicin Bienal de Ma-
drid sea digna del aconteci-
miento. Es asunto de consa-
gracin, de discrecin, y estas
virtudes las rene el Licenciado
Beluche.
Todo cuanto de mi dependa
para que nuestras artistas es-
tn bien representados en el
certamen a que aludo lo he de
hacer Ilusionado. Sencillamen-
te porque creo en el arte, por-
que mi amor a esta tierra lo
dispone asi.
Que no quede esto en meros
escarceos: que no intervengan
los aguafiestas para aminorar
los fervores. Hagamos obra pa-
namea, pongamos en ella
nuestros cerebros y nuestros co-
razones.
Tiempo tienen los artistas pa-
ra preparar sus envos.
Una de estas maanas me
encontr con Ciro Oduber y su
linda esposa. Les habl de la
Lo ideal para su cocina!
CLUB << 50
Semanas
JUEGOS DE OLLAS
da aluminio y
esmaltada*
OLLAS DE PRESIN
"Tempo"
, LINLEOS
bonito* diseos!
Ll ACOtl A
Atenida Central 91
Bienal. Oduber se mostr com- far hay que luchar. Y esta lu-
placido. Y su remesa artstica | cha esttica es tan noble, tan
no ser cualquier cosa. Lo mis- alejada de las pequeas 1
mo que la de su esposa, tam-
bin artista. Preprese Oduber,
preprese la gentil dama, pre-
prense los dems Para trlun-
'^M^^
MUNDO ENTERO
gas, de los resentimientos...
No se olvide, amigos, la Ble-
nal de Madrid. Panam tiene
su puesto en ella.
/jo***?
Cwitea
TOS
AGRIPAS y
CATARROS,
lome
PECTonm sfln floORES
LABORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A.& CA
Una buena alimentacin equivale a una buena
salud. La Crema de Trigo suele ser el primer ali-
mento slido que se le da al bebe!, porque es muy
fcil c ^eri* y porque es un buen alimento!
A medida que el nio crece y te hace ms activo
ver que las vitaminas y los minerales que la Crema
de Trigo "5 Minute" contiene, le son altamente
beneficiosos en su saludable desarrollo. Adems la
Crema de Trigo es muy sabrosa.


SBADO. MARZO 17. 1M1
ET. PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPEKDIEKTR
PAGINA TRBf
Se critica actitud
rusa con respecto
a tratado de paz
FILADELFIA, marzo 17 (U8IS)
La lalta de disposicin ce
la Unin Sovitica reanudar
las discusiones para obtenei Ja
Iirma de un tratado de paz osn
el Japn es el intimo ejemplo
Ce la poltica antlpacifista oel
Soviet" en Asia, segn ha ce-
clarado el consejero del Depar-
tamento de Estado, John Fos-
ter Dulles.
El seor Dulles, en discurso
que u radiodifundido ayer, pu-
so de manlliesto este "necno.
Como representante personal
del Presidente Trman con U
categora de Embajador, DOies
encabez una misin que evo
a cabo conversaciones explora-
torias sobre el proyectado tra-
tado de paz, entrevistndose al
efecto con los funcionarios del
Japn, Australia, Nueva Zelan-
dia/y la Repblica Filipina.
Despus del regreso de Dulles
del Lejano Oriente, el repre-
sentante sovitico Jacob Malik
anunci que no reanudarla las
negociaciones sobre el tratado
Dulles asegur que esta nega-
tiva sovitica a reanudar la
discusin del tratado est "*in
duda encaminada a propagar la
ansiedad en la regln prote-
gida contra la agresin directa
proteccin que da la presencia
de fuerzas representativas del
mundo libre".
Expresa opinin
Cuba en el caso
de de la Torre
LA HAYA, Marzo 17 (UP)
| El Registrador de La Corte In-
|.ternacional de Justicia dijo q'ie
Cuba expres sus puntos de
vista en el caso de asilo de Vic-
tor Ral Haya de la Torre en
Una comunicacin 'a la Coi te,
fechada en la Habana el 15 de
Febrero y enviada a la Corte el
i 3 de Marzo por el Encargado
de Negocios de Cuba.
La comunicacin es la inter-
pretacin cubana de la Con-
vencin sobre asilo firmada en
la Habana el 28 de Febrero de
1928. El Registrador de la Cor-
te dijo que "esta comunicacin
era notificada a las partes *-
ectadas y a los miembros de
las Naciones Unidas, a trars
del Secretarlo General y a otros
Estados con derecho a apare :er
| en la Corte"-
La referencia a ]as "paites
afectadas" se presume que sean
Colombia y Per, quienes han
estado en litigio sobre el prlr-
| clpio de asilo politico desde c.j
el lider Aprlsta. Haya de la
Torre, se refugi en la Embaja-
da ms de dos aos.
Rusia tiene Depto.
especial para el
obrero esclavizado
SANTIAGO. Chile, marzo 17.
(USI8) El trabajo esclavsa-
Ito es cosa tan extendida en
I Rusia que existe un depai'"-
I ment del gobierno sovii'.co
I que est dedicado especiflca-
ITrente a la expedicin de 'os
I contratos para las obras en que
[se utilizan obreros esclavos, se-
Ign ha declarado Isabor Luoin,
I representante de los Estados U-
Inidos en la runln del Con.-no
Econmico y Social de las Ka-
| clones Unidas.
El trabajo esclavizado es par-
I te integrante de la economa
sovitica, dijo Lubin a un gru-
Ipo de graduandos de las un-
iversidades chilenas durante un
| almuerzo que tuvo lugar ayer.
Dijo Lubin que el Consejo E-
I conomico y Social espera poner
la la luz de la opinin pbi.-a
lias condiciones del trabajo es-
clavizado en Ruria, durante las
| presentes sesiones. '
El "departamento de traba-
|]o esclavizado" del Soviet ooll-
Iga a muchas personas a tra-
Ibalar en las carreteras, tala de
[rboles y una amolla variedad
de tareas, dijo Lubin-
Red Panamericana
. tiene los
meares prooramas
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los cidos
Kl ouarpo humano m d*har 4*1
ir.io d* cido* y d*ap*rdlco* van*- |
fioaoa da la aanart. por medio da loa
nueva millones de diminuto* tuboa o
filtro* de loa nflonea. 81 aatoa veneno
ie loa rones o la vejlara lo hacen
ufrlr con levantadas nocturna*, ner-
viosidad, doloree de pierna*, ojera.
lumbago, dolores da as coyunturas,
acldei o ardor en loa conducto*, de-
bido a ha neceldd de ecltnulanl
diurtico, pruebe Cystes.
DeaMfaa* 4*1 cido Ortco y los
v*nenci con la recata mMIca llamada
Cyst*x, que es un dlurAtlco estlmu-
Isnt* 4a loa rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional da la vajla j ,
vas Orinarlas en estado de acides. '
Cyatea; ssllsfacer a nted com
mentar ser la medicina que usted
eoeslta. Pida Cyatax hoy mismo
CtitX t,V";:
f ~ "
i:.--1 mZ
ttfeTiir..?
II tu
N<*M
La ms reciente adicin en el horizonte de I.a Habana es la
antena de super-torniquete de la CMQ-TV. capaz de soportar
vientos huracanados de ms de 400 kilmetros por hora. Le-
vantndose 117 metros sobre el nivel del mar e indicndose
ser la ms pesada que se haya construido en los Estados
Unidos, la nueva torre entrar a funcionar el Domingo 11
de Marzo a continuacin de la dedicacin de la estacin por
el Presidente de Cuba, Carlos Prio Socarras.
Miller se muestra optimista
sobre reunin de Cancilleres
WASHINGTON, Marzo 17
(UBIS) El Secretarlo de Es-
tado Auxiliar para los Asui.'.of
Interamericanos Edward O. Mi-
ller Jr-, se siente muy optimis-
ta con respecto a las perspec-
tivas de resultados favorab.es
de la prxima Conferencia de
Ministros de Relaciones Exte-
riores de- las Naciones Ame-
ricanas.
Miller expres esta actitud el
martes, al explicar a los pe-
riodistas los antecedentes de la
reunin, la cual se Iniciar en
Washington el 26 de marzo, ae-
ra la cuarta reunin de can-
cilleres americanos.
Al actuar a solicitud de los
Estados Unidos la Organiza-
cin de los Estados Americanos
convoc esta reunin en diciem-
bre para ayudar a forjar la re-
sistencia del Hemisferio contra
la amenazas de la agresin co-
munista. La OEA incluye a to-
das las 21 repblicas americanas
Miller explic brevemente t,ue
el temario de la Conferencia
comprende la discusin de lo
"La Nacin" de Buenos Aires
hace peticin a Cancilleres
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 17
iUSISi El Continente esfera
ansiosamente la Reunin de los
Ministros de Relaciones Exte-
riores de las Naciones America-
nas, la, cual deber Iniciarse en
Washington el dia 26 de e>te
mes, declara en un editorial el
diarlo "La Nacin" de est ca-
pital. El editorial, publicado el
mlrcoies, habla del fortaleci-
miento de la seguridad Interna
de las repblicas americanas,
uno de los puntos principales
que la conferencia ha de con-
siderar.
Sobre este particular se es-
presa asi "La Nacin":
Es preciso que la conferen-
cia delina el concepto de se-
guridad interna Si todos esUn
llamados a defenderla en co-
mn ilu sus posibles enemigos
de afuera y de adentro debe
convenirse cual tipo de orga-
nizacin y vida social es el que
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO" ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
relativo a la cooperacin pol-
tica y militar entre las rep-
blicas americanas, el fortaleci-
miento de la seguridad interna
y la cooperacin econmica.
Contra-memorial del
Per se presenta en
el caso de La Haya
LA HAYA, marzo 17. (UP).
El "contra-memorial" peruanp
en el caso de Haya de la Torre
ha sido interpuesto oflclahnen
te en la Corte Internacional de
La Haya hoy. La Corte reve'.o
que el Dr Carlos Sayan Aiva-
rez entreg el escrito al Secre-
tarlo de la Corte, Edward Ham-
bro el 10 de Marzo, pero hoy se
registr oficialmente.
El abogado peruano, T. Tu-
dela dijo que "el caso es claro
y que la misin Peruana ter.a
el "contra-memorial" listo an-
tes de la fecha oficial. Sayan
sall de La Haya hacia el Pe-
r via Pars, "en .vista que su
trabajo en La Haya ha termi-
nado"
Se espera que la Corte de su
veredicto final en este caso du-
rante los das de Abril.
AcameMs Cargas...
cw mayr rapidez y a memr costo!
GENERAL
se aspira a practicar.
"Ese Upo no puede ser el m-
mo para un gobierno liberal y
uno totalitariopara uno fran-
camente democrtico y otro de
solidariamente distinto princi-
pios y diferentes conductas an-
te los de sus propios principio"
que el gobierno de Mxico su-
giri la supresin del termino
'Coordinacin' que figuraba en
la primitiva agenda al tratar-
se los medios de fartalecer la
seguridad interna.
"La opinin continental er-
pera de la prxima Conferen-
cia de Cancilleres algo ms (,ue
declaraciones y promesas. Lo
real es lo que se hace y se vi-
ve en sentido positivo o nega-
tivo; lo dems es palabra, a-
pariencia, acaso engao. La
conferencia de Washington de-
ber pues definir con precisin
que formas de vida y de go-
bierno van a defender los pue-
blos de Amricaque ldealej y
realidades humanas son u*
metas. No vaya a suceder ^ue
por atender solamente al posi-
ble enemigo exterior y a jas
Insidiosas y hbiles penetracio-
nes mediante los adeptos a su
propaganda se robusteza a les
enemigos permanentes de aden-
tro que por distintos camlros
su burian en nuestra Amrica
del verdadero rgimen demo-
crtico".
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MAS KILMETROS ORIGINALES
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amortiguar comb una sola unidad los impactos y con
menor esfuerzo, para soportar ms cargas, para limi-
tar reventones, para dar ms kilometraje en mayor
seguridad. Hay una llanta General distinta para ca-
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PAGINA CUATRO
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO. MARZO 17, 101
<
Sern entrenados los maestros rurales
La labor se llevar a cabo
dentro del plan del Punto
Cuarto con tcnicos de E. U.
NORMAL, marzo 16. (Corres-
ponsal". Dentro de breves
semanas se iniciar el entrena-
miento de'los maestros de las
escuelas rurales de Ja Repbli-
ca para' que lleven cabo una
mejor labcr en sus diversas co-
munidades. Esta labor se lleva-
r a cabo dentro del plan pro-
puesto para Educacin dentro
de las clusulas del punto cua-
tro del Plan Truman. Al efecto
han llegado a la Escuela Nor-
mal varios tcnicos del servicio
Panamericano de Educacin,
con el objeto de cruzar Ideas
con el Director del Ramo, Dr.
Alfredo Cantn, con el fin de
acelerar los trabajos para el
entrenamiento de los maestros.
Se espera que dentro de los
prximos das se celebren algu-
nas conferencias de los tcni-
cos del servllco de educacin y
los profesores del Instituto de
Verano, donde se expondrn los
planes que adelantarn en
nuestro pas.
Hace una explicacin de sus
actividades organismo cvico
COMUNICADO
Las Federaciones de Socie-
dades Ci v i c a s Herreranas y
Santeas desean dejar cons-
tancia por este medio, de los
\_ iigulentes puntos aclaratorios:
aiQue las nicas activida-
des que en este verano ocupan
la atencin de nuestras enti-
dades cvicas son la celebra-
cin del Primer Congreso de
Azuero y la Jira Mdico Asis-
tencial de Herrera que se lle-
var a cabo bajo la direccin
tcnica del doctor Francisco
Samaniego, y con la valiosa
colaboracin de un grupo de
distinguidos mdicos y dentis-
ta! locales y del interior que
nos han ofrecido su ayuda;
b)Que como actividad b-
sica para el flnanciamienlo ele
la Jira Mdico Aslslencial de
Herrera, se est llevando a ca-
bo, bajo la responsabilidad de
las dos Federaciones, un cer-
tamen para elegir la Reina de
Azuero. cuyas incidencias son
bien conocidas del pblico:
c) Que nuestras Federacio-
nes no tienen nada que ver
con colectas de fondos entre
el comercio local o entre par-
ticulares a beneficio de ais Ca-
ravanas Areas que dirige el
Dr. Luis C. Prieto;
d)"-Que las nicas donacio-
nes que para la Jira Mdico
Asistancial de Herrera han so-
licitado nuestras Federaciones
han sido en medicinas que ge-
nerosamente nos han obsequia-
do mdicos y agencias locales.
y
e)Que las comisiones que en
nombre de nuestras Federacio-
nes han visitado a mdicos, a-
gencias o funcionarlos pblicos
lian estado integradas siempre
por personas ampliamente co-
nocidas en nuestro medio, quie-
nes adems estn en capacidad
de identificarse como represen-
tantes de nuestros organismos
cvicos.
Guillermo A. Tejada Mora,
Presidente de la Federacin de
Sociedades Santeas; Moiss
Rodriguez p., Presidente de la
Federacin de Sociedades He-
rreranas; Efrain Merel, Secre-
tario General.
Panam, marzo 16 de 1951
NORMAS
Toa Corresponsales deberii
ceirse a las mas desapasiona
daa nom\as periodsticas. Debei
enviar al peridico los asunto
y noticias ms Interesantes qu<
afecten a la comunidad En >b
soleto se trata de una oporto
nidad para hacer determinada
campaas polticas.
Pgina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
Comienzan el lunes
las clases en la
escuela de Divisa
DIVISA, marzo 16.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam.
Agradezco tenga amabilidad
anunciar pblico, clases Escue-
la Agricultura Divisa comien-
zan lunes 19 de marzo -para el
primer ao. Total alumnos nue-
vos becados cuarenta y cuatro.
Atentamente.
Porfirio Gmez,
Director.
Levantadas
Nocturnas
H
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ones nocturnos, ardor on les con-
jetos, rcrlduo ban<.iuerlni> en la
rlno, dolor rn la bns* de la espina
Precuentcmcsta levantados O ma
Stones -
luctos,
Irlna, t
ornol. en la Inrla O los nfcrnna, ner~
rloilrtnd. debilidad. peVriMn del vlfor
Biasrulino, son cuisndns pop altriinn
infermadad de la PrOstata. Pars
tllvlor tatos trastorno! y ayudar a
volver rcpldnmentosua.ilud, prurtM
ti nuevo tratamiento cientfico lla-
mado Siogena. No Importa cuan anti-
cuo sea u sufrimiento. Rogona le
ayudar! a revlrorfaor au "Undula
prosttico y hora aentlrao bien. Ob-
tenra Rodena en cualoulfr arnr.cla
CORRESPONSALES
OARIEN
I.AB PAI.HASbeaunoo OotUrm L
EL REALSm Obdulia Contrerae
PROVINCIA DE CHIRIOUI
David(uitavo Alea rodo ..
PTO. ARMUELLESLula Ara.
uOQUETE Enrteuo WtUM
LAS LAJAB-Amaeo Sotrera
DOL <;AAldeouada Sagrara
CERRO DE FUNTABatril Miranda
Cabal
LA CONCEPCINUna A Ooaraa
SAN FELIX Demetrio Sae-i
MALACATemlatoclao PatiSo
HORCOM TOSSara V OoapOoli
BOQUERNAntonio Bloa
lu H, fldel San I mar la it
SAN ANDRESKauetno MI
COCLS
PFNONOoIESum On l CaaM
AOlTADULCiRogelio Roblee Garra
ANTON Antonio J. Jan ,
NA I AJuan de D. Vaoqoea
I.A PINTADAOerardo Hemoadea S
OLAOraalmo Gdaiei
RIO GRANDEJoe da Groara) Sarmar
an
Rlli RATOTereao Qolrde
POCR1J A. Cornejo
Cita Crosthwalte
tiene un festival
bailable esla noche
- CRUCIGRAMA -1
m
TIERRAS PARA LOS AGRICULTORES. Ci
parti sel Presidente Arias, a los agricultores
Chepo. Al hablarles a esos humildes campes!
"Grandes masas de seres humanos esperan en
rededores" y que ellos podran aprovechar de
para la venta de todos sus productos. Las an
dente reparte ante el Ministro de Agricultura,
trimonio Familiar y otras autoridades los Titu
agricultores pobres. Abajo, el Presidenta Ari
le solicitaban "Agua y Carretera". El Presiden
y luego vendra la carretera.
nto quince ttulos de Patrimonio Familiar re
pobres, en gran ceremonia en la poblacin dt
nos el Presidente de la Repblica les dijo:
la capital el producto de la tierra de los l-
ese gran mercado que era la ciudad capital
teriores fotografas muestran: arriba, el Presi-
el Secretario de ese despacho, el Jefe del Pa-
los de Patrimonio Familiar a ciento quince
as es recibido por centenares de personas que
te les prometi que primero les dara el agua
VERAGUAS
RIO DE JESSt-aeiui Botarte
LAS PALMASCaeai Gordlllo
CASA ZAS--Pedro J. Mrrtde
"Al,i 1IRR Miguel Gonilee
ATALAYASamuel Pintn
8AN FRANCISCOEllo Arrocha P.
ANTA MJoaoaln Garca i Veragua
LOS SANTOS
LA VILLA Dfc LOS santosFraeelar
Caldern O.
CIHT'RE Ramn Peralra
I.AS MINAS Epldenidaa Quintare
EL f.ASAFISTITI.O Juno Vlllarra.
(Loa Santas)
C.'ANt)Donocloao Meaeas
STA MARIA Hleaurte Robla*
MoCAKACASAquilino Morent t A
PARITALeopoldo Aroeewena
TIINOSIJoa'i'ila Moeqoera
VFDASI rWftnrlta Otilia Vera
OCTI___Virgilio Arofulo
LAS PARLAS.lo., Antonio Saaiaart
SI'ARARKJone Nievea Anvule
?nCRI--F.dolre M '.. G.eeOlee
PESEJora* Aaeorraga
COLON
PAI.ENQfBCatimirn Mitoi O
CATIVAngel Hrrrnae
I'I I- Kill I'll UN- I.nit Jlmfoee
POKTOBELLOTefilo Mel*
PANAMA
ARRAI.IANLneaa Berceae
CHORRERA Anbal Martinet
'MAME l'rdrc Mufl G.
CHEPOJoa* B Fuerte*
CALMAS BEI.LAbReinaldo Caballo.
Un gran recibimiento dispens Chepo ayer
al Presidente de la Repblica, Dr. Arnulfo Arias
CHEPO, marzo 16.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam.
En medio del mayor entu-
siasmo fue recibido por el pue-
blo en masa su Excelencia el
seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica Dr. Arnulfo Arias Madrid
y su numerosa comitiva.
Dndole la bienvenida a la
entrada del pueblo en un corto
discurso, el seor Alcalde del
Distrito, don Jos de la C. Del-
gado, hijo, en el Jardn En-
sueo, dio lectura a un dis-
curso el seor Cenobio Solano,
despus de este acto el seor
Presidente hizo uso de la pa-
labra, en el cual, adems de
dar las gracias manifest que,
a pesar de haber encontrado
un dficit de ms de sejs mi-
llones de balboas la carretera
seria hecha, que con el re-
parto de los ttulos del Patri-
monio Familiar los agricultores
tendran tierras para trabajar,
enriqueciendo de este modo la
produccin nacional V adqui-
riendo de este modo la inde-
pendencia de los trabajadores.
Tambin prometi el seor Pre-
sidenie que el tanque sin agua
del Acueducto, funcionara
pronto, con agua pura y cris-
BANCO NACIONAL DE PANAMA
Fundado en 1904
DEPOSITARIO OFICIAL DE LA REPBLICA DE PANAMA
Direccin Telegrfica: BANCONAL
Apartado Nmero 787 Panam
Telfonos: 2-0920. 2-0921. 2-0922. 2-0923. 2-0924. Panam
Agencias en los siguientes lugares:
AGUADULCE. ALMIRANTE. BOCAS DEI TORO. CHITRE,
COLON. CONCEPCIN. DAVID. OCU, PE IN O NOME,
PUERTO ARMUELLES. SANTIAGO Y IaAS TABLAS.
Corresponsales en las principales plazas del Exterior.
Est en condiciones de prestar toda clase de
servicios bancarios.
talina, para lo cual contaba con
el concurso del Ministerio del
Ramo, pero que tambin espe-
raba, agreg que el pueblo lo
ayudara. Acto seguido procedi
a repartir los ttulos familiares
a los agricultores, quienes mos-
traban su regocijo y' entusias-
mo. Terminada esta ceremonia,
su Excelencia fue conducido
por la multitud a la mansin
de doa Chlla Batista viuda
de Rulz, donde le fue servi-
da una comida de ricas y ex-
quisitas viandas. A las seis de
la tarde hicieron su regreso pa-
ra la capital.
Jos B. Fuentes,
Corresponsal.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
La simptica seorita Cita
Crosthwalte tendr un festival
esta noche) en el Jardn Bal-
boa. La simptica Cita es can-
didata al Reinado del Azuero
por la heroica Villa de Los San-
tos.
Los fondos que sean recogi-
dos durante este reinado sern
destinados a las jiras Mdico
Aslstanclales que se iniciaran
en abril.
Las Invitaciones para este
grandioso festival han estado
circulando y se espera que los
cientos de admiradores de la
simptica Cita se congreguen
en el Jardn Balboa para brin-
darle todo su apoyo en la cam-
paa.
Adems de un reglo baile, ha-
br numerosos premios, sorpre-
sas, as como una grandiosa
revista de variedades.
De ataque cardaco
muere agricultor
pescando en un ro
OCU, marzo 16. (Correspon-
sal Arofulo i. Vctima de un
sincope cardiaco falleci ayer,
mientras efectuaba una pesca
en el rio Caazas, el agricul-
tor de esta yeclndad Concep-
cin Ramos. Autoridades com-
petentes practicaron reconoci-
miento del cadver y ordenaron
su sepelio.
HORIZONTALES:
1Que no se mueven.
6Romano clebre por la
austeridad de sus principios
11Hueso de la pierna.
12Provincia de Espaa.
14Medida china de longitud,
Inv.
15Torta sir levadura.
17Ro de Rusia.
18Movimiento nervioso.
20Ley mahometana.
22Del verbo arar.
23-Medlda antigua de longi-
tud, Pl.
25Espuertas.
27Letra griega.
28De color rosado,
30Expendio de bebida.
31Artculo, Pl.
32Lago de Europa.
41Caso de pronombre.
42Ciudad del Japn.
44Lazada.
45Orupo de varias cosas
distintas, Inv.
47Desinencia de los quebra-
dos, plural, Inv.
49Apcope de santo.
50Del verbo medir. v
52Estado oriental.
54Nota musical.
55Clase de reptiles. ,
57Insectos.
59Cocinara en seco.
60Flores.
VERTICALES:
1Animal.
2Terminacin verbal.
3Personaje bblico.
4Piedra semipreclosa.
5Del verbo secar.
6Exclamacin.
7Terminacin de quebrados.
8Depsitos para lquido.
9Aspirar con el olfato.
10Desmintiera.
11Silbar.
13Saludables.
18Adornos de composicin
caprichosa.
19Parte de los buques.
21Canoa mexicana.
24 Exista.
26Dicho de palabra.
29Linea trigonomtrica, Inv.
31Blevaclones de terreno.
33Palos aguzados que usaban
los indios.
34Contracoln.
35Doctor musulmn tie la ley. |
36Parte del ojo."
39Implementos de agrlculturi
4CNovenos.
42Del verbo oler.
43Alistar, componer.
46Del verbo sudar, Inv.
48Ciudr> y puerto de
Finlandia.
51Hermana, religiosa.
53Espacio de tiempo.
56Sociedad Annima.
5f.Onomatopeya de la risa.
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Viene el JUEVES prximo!
AIUD^CECIUA
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
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Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5,283,000,000.00
Transacciones Bancarias en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
*Vo* EnfH-ciolitumos en el Financiamiento de
hnportacione* y Exportaciones
ts extrao que quienes ya
tenan 10 aos en educacin
echen la culpa a los nuevos"
As se expresa el Dr. Alfredo Cantn al comentar
unas recientes declaraciones
NORMAL, marzo 16. (Corres-
ponsal!. El doctor Alfredo
Cantn, manifesto en la maa-
na de hoy que era extrao
3uienes hablan manejado la e-
ucacin en Panam por dlea
aos no hubieran procurado a-
lanzar estructura del Institu-
to de Verano mediante una ley
y que lo vinieran a exigir a el
que solo tenia seis meses de es-
tar en Panam. Hizo una c-
lida defensa del decreto que
organiz el Instituto de Vera-
no, y sostuvo que el comunica-
do del Capitulo de Panam, de
la Asociacin de profesores, no
habia sido consultado con to-
dos sus miembros. Analiz el
comunicado punto por punto y
dijo que l era tendencioso y
temerario pues hacia afirma-
ciones que no eran justas. Sos- !
tuvo el doctor Cantn que to !
do el movimiento que se esta- '
ba levantando al rededor del,
Decreto, se deba ms que na-
da a cuestiones polticas. Con
respecto a la firma de los di- j
plomas, afirm que el directo?'
de la Escuela Normal, tenia qua
firmarlos, ya que el encabe-
zamiento del mismo decia. (
el Instituto de Verano era una
dependencia de la Escuela Nor-
mal. El Dlreetor de la Normal
estuvo presente y prometi pa-
ra otra ocasin hacer un co- [
mentarlo de las declaraciones '
del Director Cantn.
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B.5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de o
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de BAO.25; B/.0.50: B .1.00
y B.5.00, por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I'
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
0. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub- Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln


SACADO. MARZO 17. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
FAUINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
tu
ccin
Social
Telfono 3-1032
OClCl\
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: 8:00 a 10:00 a.m. Apartado 134
RECEPCIN EN HONOR DEL SR. FARLEY Y SRA. Una recepcin en honor del Sr. James
A. Farley seora fu ofrecida el jueves en la tarde por el Encargado de Negocios de la Em-
bajada de los Estados Unidos. Sr. Murray M. Wise v seora en la residencia de la Embajada
en La Cresta. El Sr. Farley es Presidente de la Directiva de la Coca Cola Export Corpora-
tion y un prominente demcrata. El fue Director General de Correos de los Estados Unidos.
La fotografa anterior muestra (de izquierda a derecha): al Sr. Farley; a 8.K. el Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores, Dr. Carlos N. Brln; a la Sra. Wise y al Sr. Wise.
o O o
Comida
En honor del Encargado de
Negocios de lo: Estados Unidos
Sr. Murray Wise y Sra. Edith
de Wise y el Presidente de la
Coca Cola Sr James A. Farley
y Sra.. el Coronel Harry D.
Bcheibla y Sra. Louise de Schel-
bla ofrecieron el Jueves una co-
mida informal en el Hotel Pa-
nam.
Comida
El Sr. Charles Akin y Sra. De-
lia de Akin ofrecieron anoche
una comida en su residencia
para agasajar a un selecto gru-
po de sus amistades.
Champaada
Con motivo de la inauuracin
de la nueva Floristera "Valvan"
del Hotel El Panam, la Sra.
Aminta D. de Valds y la Srta.
Magda Van der Hans ofrecieron
ayer una elegante champaada
en ell ocal de la floristera a la
cual asistieron los empleados
del Hotel Panam.
Habana y Miami
A disfrutar de merecidas va-
caciones sigui ayer para La
Habana y Miami la joven Pro.
Srta. Berta Alicia Corro. La des-
Dr. SERGIO GONZALEZ R.
OCULISTA
CLNICA: Avenida Central No. 118
AGRADECIMIENTO
Felicidad Crdoba de Ramos, Dalila R. de Fernndez
y Elpidia C. Ramos
agradecen profundamente las manifestaciones de psame
que han recibido de la Capital y del Interior de la
Repblica, con motivo de su reciente duelo.
Panam, 17 de Mario de 1951.
Los siguientes boletos han sido perdidos y se
consideran NULOS:
5621 5624 5625 5628 5620 7237 0352
0353 3090 3091 3093 3097 3099 3098
Los siguientes boletos han sido perdidos y pertenecen
las siguientes personas y se consideran vlidos
*147Mercedes de Clrente.
9587Enrique Wahler
0373Julin Hoque
Club de Leones de Panam
Sabe mejor!
pmm^^
*&
pedimos.
Para Costa Rica
Un feliz viaje deseamos al Sr.
Adolfo Jimnez y Sra. Enedina
de Jimnez, quienes por la va
area siguieron para San Jos
de Costa Rila.
Para Nicaragua
Despedimos ^muy atentamen-
te a la Sra Miriam Chamorro
de Semons quien acompaada
de su hija Helmi sigui para
Nicaragua donde pasar una
temporada visitando a sus fami-
liares,
Para Sur Amrica
Despusd e cortap ermanencia
eg Panam siguieron para Sur
Amrica, el Presidente de la Co-
ca Cola Sr. James A. Farley y
Seora.
De Guatemala
Despus de haber asistido
las ceremonias de la Transmi-
sin de Mando presidencial en
Ouatemala regresaron a Pana-
m el Comandante General de
Visite Pars esta noche
DRAMAS SACROS EN EL NACIONAL. Una escena de la gran representacin de anoche
en el Teatro Nacional, de Dramas Sacros, por artistas nacionales y bajo los auspicios del De-
partamento de Educacin, que alcanz un xi .o clamoroso. Hoy y maana se repiten las
represeniac.ones. La foto muestra "La Ultima Cena".
la Armada de los Estados Uni-
dos en el Caribe Ten. General
William II. II. Morris Jr. y Sra.
Marguerite de Morris, a quienes
damos nuestra bienvenida.
Para Boquete
. Siguieron para Boquete los
seores Cari Janson y Hans
Elliot, a quienes despedimos.
De Mxico
Nuestro cordial saludo para el
Sr. Cosme Vera, prominente
Tniembro de la Sociedad Hotele-
ra de Mxico, quien procedente
de la capital azteca pasa unos
das en esta ciudad husped del
Hotel Panam.
Advenimiento
(Vuestras felicitaciones para el
Sr. Flix Garz y Sra." Mara
Luisa de Garz, por el adveni-
miento de un robusto varonclto
ocurrido con toda felicidad en
el Hospital Panam.
Restablecida
Abandon el Hospital Panam
donde estuvo recluida por va-
rios das la Sra. Mercedes de
Linares.
Cumpleaos dr Hoy
Sra. Elida Garca de Pare-
des de Sosa.
8ra. Holda Ponce de Arce
Sra. Grlselda Pinel de Oller
Sra. Mercedes Luna de Cata-
Sra. Teonllda Larrlnaag
Srta. Leonor Cristina Robles.
Sr. Alberto Arango N.
Sr. Carlos Navarro Jr.
Sr. Alejandro Lpez Sosa
Sr. Ernesto Agostlni
Sr. Julio Etbile
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Elena Castro de Brown
Nia Loll Chapman Fbrega
Nio William K. Ovalle Jr.
Peregrinacin
La Directiva General de Ac-
cin Catlica excita a las Damas
de la Institucin para que asis-
tan a una peregrinacin a fin
de ganar el jubileo del Ao
Santo, la cual saldr de la Igle-
sia de San Francisco (Capital)
el domingo 18 del presente a las
4 pm.
La Novena de San Jos
En su Santo Templo
Viene celebrndose con la ma-
yor solemnidad y concurrencia
la Novena del Glorioso Patriar-
ca San Jos en su sagrado tem-
plo. Como todos los aos cons-
tituye un verdadero aconteci-
miento religioso. Los cultos tie-
nen lugar a las 6.30 a.m. y 7.30
p.m. Los PP. Austlnos se com-
placen en Invitar a todos los
catlicos de Panam a tan so-
ENSEGUIDA LO USA
Su lote en el Parque Lefevre sin dejar depsito
alguno ingresando en nuestro Club de B7. 4.00
semanales.
CA. de LEFEVRE, S.A.
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Cultos de Semana Santa en la
Santa Iglesia Catedral
DOMINGO DE RAMOS
A las 9 a.m. Bendicin de las
Palmas; Procesin por el atrio
de la Iglesia; Misa solemne y
Canto de la Pasten.
LUNES SANTOS
A las 4.30 p.m. Via Crucls.
MARTES SAKTO
A las 4.30 p.m. Via Crucls
Ud. puede usar VlZ-ZAN-DE
con satisfaccin y confianza,
porque nunca se desprende.
Esta atractiva pintura no se
esparce ni endurece.
Adquiera hoy la de su matiz
predilecto.
IL UPIZ UIIU OE I* N.U1E MIMT
Todo el encanto de la vida
nocturna de la bella ciudad c'e
Pars en uno de los films de
suspenso, drama y romance ms
emocionantes que se han he-
cho; es lo que ver esta noche
en el Teatro Lux en su funcin
Especial de Medianoche.
MIRCOLES OANTO
A las 4 p.m. Canto de Maiti-
nes (Tinieblas).
JUEVES SANTOS
A las 9 a.m.Misa Solemne y
Procesin al Monumento.
3 p.m.Lavatorio de los pies
y Sermn del Mandato.
4 p.m.Canto de Maitines
Vasa a la Pat rol l>
La pelcula es "Idilio en Pe-
ris" i So Long At T'-.e Fain y
prsenla uno de Ira casos de
mtsttr'o histrico- ms famo-
so-; de todos los i; -mpos.
Jem Simmons y D'.ck Bogar-
te (apuesto nuevo galn), son
las estrellas de esta pelcula,
que tiene un final de lo ms
asombroso.
CASPA
Pin limpiar li caspa y calmar la picazrii
live tu cabera y la de *ua nios can la po*
madachamp Piojina. Picaione en la cabez^
y el cuerpo; erupcin Jarea en la piel, am*
pollaa y tajadura en lot pit, Piojina lav
'ivia. Driiruye parsitos en la cabea y
-irlc vellu.ai. Compre PIOJINA en fcotkaa
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polvos "MICRONIZADOS
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, fffJURA MATERIA!
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con re.r de ojo* dulces, queriendo, en un ag.r de manila, de azucen,
altar a ,u regazo. Capullito tierno como flor silvestre que se estremece*
ba,o el peso de las mariposa,; esplendoro*, de salud y bello .cual que
un amanecer. H
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bienhechora de. LACTOGENO. lo van guiando por firm, c.m.no hacia
una prometedora existencia que empieza a florecer.
De venta, en todas partes, hoy mismo por slo Bm. 0.25
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PAGINA SRIi
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR .COMPRAR etc.
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS '
An. Ti\o1I No. 4
Trl. -2M1
RWSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de Laaaana
ranam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
At*. Julia
Tl 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Melena, lMSa
Tal. 255Cala.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMBRICANO
Calle 12 Oeile Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Na. 57 Panama s
Ave. teatral 12-17 Colea
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturai y smoltoa
itra brillante a ruaba t moho.
.3.25 farin. Almtcanai Trapica-
ra. ________
SI VINDIN:Clava, rvaerta nafra,
acara acanalada, Pir-Tai 'carian
Ulodar *a' cala raaatl axaaa-
rai, lavamanos, cicuisdoa. ate.
la araeiaii mi bajo en alama.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via ItSS-
a, llaaaaaa a Juan franca. Tal.
3-1503._________________________
SE VENDE: Incubadora elctrico.
Tal. 3-0255.______________
VENDO:Pintura. roa._ near, re-
movedor de pintura. IMidera.
puertas usadas I. Gernimo de La
Osso. INTRA.
SE VENDE:Por viaje, gallinas ti-
nas, ponedoras, carotas y blancas.
a precio monable. Pedregal, Villa-
lobos. Cosa No. 7._______________
SE VENDE:Equipo para restauran-
tes: Neveras, calentador, estufas,
cafeteria, registradora, etc. Calle
18 Este Bis No. 71.______________
SE VENDEN: 2,000 docenas de
Sulfatiarol Optalmico al 5co; tu-
bos de radio, tipo 876, 707, OA.
etc. Telfono 2-4350.
I .--------------------------------------------------------
SU JARDN Embellzcalo usando
abono de gallina. Para informes
Tel. 3-2555 Panom de 7 o 8
POR DOCSNA Pollos rojos New
Hompshihres de 212 a 3 libras.
Pora informes. Tel. 3-2555 Pono-
mi. 7 a 8 a.m.
MISCELNEA
I. IROUWtRPintor de cas, con-
tratista, eonselo tcnico, garan-
ta pe J" ono. presupoastot gratis.
Tel. 2-1276
HOSPEDAJE: Desea Ud. cuarto cn-
trico, cmodo y barato? Lo en-
contrar. Calle Estudime No. 98.
Telfono 2-1508.________________
DI ASOCIAL
8 p.m.HOra Santo.
VIERNES SANTO
A las 8 a.m. Canto de la Pa-
sin. Adoracin de la Santa
Cruz y Procesin al Monumento.
2.30 p.m. Sermn de la Pasin
y Via Crucls.
4 p.m. Canto de Maitines.
SBADO SA'MTO
A las 7 a.m. Bendicin del Fue
co: Canto de las Profecas.
8 a.m. Misa de Gloria.
DOMINGO DE RESURRECCIN
A las 5.30 a.m. Procesin con
su Divina Majestad por las na-
ves de la Iglesias.
9 a m. Misa Solemne.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:--O se vende. Coso de
campo en Chorrera (El Cocol Tel.
3-0255.
SE VENDE: Casa mixta en San
Francisco. Calle 15 No. 37 en B.
9,500. Entrevistarse con Motilde
Prez, cantina "La Cabana", Ch-
l.bre.____________________________
SE VENDE: Casa completomente
amoblada a orilla de la playa de
Gorgona, planta de gas, depsito,
taller. Telfono 3164, Balboa. Ca-
so 718-B. Prado, Ballboa.
Tiene Ud. un lote en El Cangrejo,
Compo Alegre o Bello Vista? No-
sotros le haremos la acera a buen
precio. Calvftio y Roquer, Tel. 2-
0540 oficinas VilUnueva y Tejeira,
Calle 15 Este No, 2.
SE VENDE:Chalet gronde de cua-
tro recmaras, dos servicios, porch,
comedor, sala, cocina espaciosa,
adicional casita de dos cuartos con
sus servicios, buena localidad, pa-
tio grande, toda cercado, ideol pa-
ra familia numeroso. Precio razo-
nable. Tel. 182, aportado 1091,
Coln.
VINTA DI tomaos
El Canal de Panam ofrece en venta
al meior postor los edificios nmeros
202 y 204. todos situados en Parai-
10. Se recibirn propuestas selladas
en la oficina del Supply and Service
Directos en Balboa Heights hasta los
10:30 A. M. del dio 28 de Marzo de
1951 cuando se abrirn en pblico.
los formularios de propuesto con de-
talles completos podrn obtenerse en
los oficinos del Supply and Service
Director, Balboa Heights, y de los
Clubhouse Manoger en Paraso.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA;Carguera con expe-
riencia, Sro. Maker Ave. Nicanor
de Obarrio No. 1 Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA: Sirvienta paro la
limpieza y servicio. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Traiga referencias.
Colla 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Niera con expe-
riencia, muy buen sueldo. Colla
Colombio No. 20, Apto. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda con expe-
riencia. Calle 51 Este, casa No. 5.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada pora ofi-
cios domsticos. Casa ue Lindberg,
No. 897 Union Place, Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada ]ue
sepa cocinar y duermo en el tra-
blo. Colle 2a. Peisjil No. 6. Tel.
3-3359.
SE NECESITA:Buena empleado con
responsabilidad, que tenga refe-
rencias. Avenida Ancn 86, apar-
tamento 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar, no tiene que dormir en
cosa. Tambin una empleoda pora
servicios generales de casa. Si tie-
ne que dormir en casa y que no sea
muy joven. Ave. Monuel Mario de
Icoza No. 26.
NECESITAMOS una empleado poro
servicio general de casa. Calle 47
Este No. 17.
SE NECESITA: Niera con reco-
mendacin. Debe dormir n el em-
pleo. Calle 44 No. 34, Apto. I.
SE VENDERestourante. Bien barato
por motivo de viaje. Calle 18 Este
Bis No. 70 esta ciudad. '
SE VENDE:Chalet en Nuevo Arrai-
jn. Recibo pequeo pago inicial,
y saldo con plazo hasta de 10 aos.
Telfono 2-3078, Ponam.
VINDO:Muy barato, fui:, cor co-
sa de madera en Arroijn, o uno
millo de la Aduano, le cruza el rio.
Infama: Tel: 2-2944.__________,
VINDO:Cholet de concreto en Vic
Beluario Porras No. 3, de 3 dor-
mitorios, sala, comedor, cocina,
cuorto de servicio y garage. Infnr-
me: Tal. 2-2944._______________
VENDO o cedo derecho de Move
"Calzados Floro" en edificio La
Nueva Campana, Ave. B, No. 22.
SE VENDE:Chalet listo poro ocu-
por. 3 recmaras, sala-comedor, 2
baos. 2 porches, garage, bellc
jordin, cos 1.000 metros terreno,
recin pintado, situado en Via Be-
lsono Porros 81' Razn en Ave.
Central 115.
Sigue la reaccin
1 ordando el publico la am lia
;ala. El Rector de la Unlvc.o -
1 ad, el arquitecto Leopoldo A-
, rorio declar que el cierre r
i a Prensa ha provocado un
ado golpe al progreso y la col-
ara argentina. Agreg que La
1 rensa lu victima de los sii-
1 icatos sin conciencia gremia-
lista.
Bl director de "El Plata", L.r.
Juan Andrs Ramirez, dijo: "No
lo en Argentina peligra la i-
1 ertad. sino en muchas pants
e Amrica, y todos tienen el
t eber de defender ese preelijo
on. El golpe dado a La Prensa
apag la antorcha de cultura
< ue hacia honor a toda
Amrica".
Es derrotada
riara una decisin sobre el pro-
) lema. La comisin aprob la
locin de Gross por nueve a
i'.os.
La Comisin de Vigilancia
Taz fue creada de acuerdo con
1 'solucin adoptada por la A-
.amblea General el 3 de no-
' iembrt, por votacin de 57 a
avor contra ninguno en con-
*ra. Se decidi que la Comisin
ntba.lara balo direccin del
onsejo de Seguridad, de la
'.samblea o de la "Pequea A-
ramblea".
Sp le encomend la misin
e'e informar sobre las condiclo-
ii en cualquier par te. del
lundo en donde la tensin in-
' ?rnaclonal pudiera cre-*r un
eligro de guerra. Pero solo
ede visitar las zonas de ten-
On invitada por los gobiernos
;f petados.
La comisin est integrada
vor China. Colombia. Checoes-
' ivaquia. Francia. India. Israel,
-ak, Nueva Zelandia. Pakistn,
f uecla, Rusia. Reino Unido, Es-
ados Unidos y Uruguay, y ell-
' i como Presidente al doctor
tancisco Urrutla de Colombia.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartn
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto o hombre so-
lo. Cosa serio. Calle 18 Este No.
18, Avenido Central, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande pora
jvenes solteras o caballeros solos.
Ocurro colle 37 No. 6 "SALON
CARMEN" telfono 3-0713.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
uno persona solo. Entrada inde-
pendiente. Colle 46 No. 27, apar-
tamento 12, Bella Visto.
SE COMPRA
RECIBO OFERTAS pora la compra de
los siguientes occiones: 1 20Agen-
cias Lumina, S. A., comunes; 50
Arango b 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; 1.750Co. Le-
fevre. comunes; 300Cia. Pana-
meo da Fuerza y Luz. preferidos;
47,000Rep. de< Panom. 4**J,
bonos; 100 Storev Engineering,
comunes; 3,620Tierras de Cha-
gres, comunes; 350Tierras de
Chegres, preferidos. Ocurra a Julio
Quijano.
COMPRO 50 hojas de zinc, o ms.
nuevos o en perfectas condicenes,
ofrzcalas al telfono 3-0471.
apartado 1045
SE ALQUILA
(lasas
SE ALQUILA
Local situado an La esquina
4e Avenida B y Carie 14 Este,
el centro de la sece'n comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-3436 Calle 14 Este 4
SE ALQUILA:Cholet moderno, de
solo, comedor, dos recmorai. es-
paciosa cocino, un poi n y ur, ga-
rage, en la Ave. Primera de la Ur-
banizacin "El Carmen", cerco el
Comisorioto Vio Espaa, let cera
cosa mano izquierda. Tel. 3-2585,
preguntar por Maurlciq, Halphen.
i No Oye Bien!
MUet de komlire j mujere una
a aodlur. o!r ten 7 que alai an
caal am-doa debido a catarro ai- el
odo, ahora estn hiriendo la aloi-
:imada dacublr'.a da dPOJTE.X.
Murhoa dicen que ahora puedan r< r
e: to lar de un rer] a une aiatanrl*
de I meirne Compre HI'ANTKX ea
farma.'! he miemo vea la
ttrm que Imilla or Mea.
SI NECESITA: Empleoda qua lava
y planche bien. Traiga referencia.
Ave. lal'joo y calla 33, quino
familia Homaro.
SE NECESITA:Empleado, preferible
que viva nuestra casa. Calle Pri-
mera Perejil No. 20, Deportamen-
tr 6
LECCIONES
NOVATOS:Aprendan tocar piano
en curso de 20 lecciones. 6 me-
ses. Tambin curso de 15 leccio-
nes, especales en msica popular
para alumnos de msica clsica.
Estudio Bennett, Juon B. Sosa, No.
9. Tel. 2-1282.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:1947 Oldsmobile 98,
llantos nuevas, radio, cubre asien-
tos. Frigidoire. porcelana, 7 pies.
Caso 419-C, Cocoli o Taller
"William Bros."
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENCE:A precio de quema, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nueva. Todava est
en su cajo. Farmacia La Esperan-
za Avenido A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
SE VENDE:Estante de tres cuerpos
casi nuevo. Calle Darin No. 6,
Apto. 13. Rolando Noli.
SE VENDE"Estufa Magic Chef" en
perfectas condicionas, B.20. Radio
RCA. 5 tubos, 3 bandos, B.20.
Dos camas con springs Simmons y
colchn, B.20 cada uno. Mesita de
centro, 2 poltronas y 2 sillas B.10.
Mquina de coser "Singer" con
motor, 7 gavetas, en funciona-
miento, perfecto estado. B.I00.
Llamar ol telfono 3-1704.
LE VENDEN:Tras juegos de bam-
boo nuevos, sin cojines. 4 piezas
coda luego, $75.00 codo uno
Mueblera Ingleso, calle 7a. Ave-
nida Bolvar, Coln.
SE NECESITA
General
SI NECESITA Caerte, para ca-
na I la ni saltera que pueda servir
para residencia ti oficina. Tel.
2-2783.
SE NECESITAN:Ebanistas exper-
tos. Buenos barnizadores. Vio Be-
luario Porros No. 1 30.
SE NECESITA:Cortador de vidrio.
Co. Dulcidio Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mcsoicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE NECESITAN:Alternadoras. Buen
sueldo. Poro informes Club Zom-
by colle Corlos A. Mendoza No.
65.
SE NECESITA:Dos hombres con
experiencia en ventas. Avenido
Centrol 47 Apto. 24.
Seor Comerciante, representante ex-
tranjero necesita seorita bien
presentable como secretaria de
vioje. Tiene que esta- libre poro
viojor al exterior. Favor escribir ol
Seor del Apartomento 107. Hotel
Roosevelt.
Sr. Comerciante extranjero, de Euro-
pa. Deseo en un Edificio moderno
y cntrico, en Panam, una o <_'os
habitaciones, bien amoblados. "Sin
Comidos". Favor escribir, con in-
dicacin de precios, ol 5 H D
Jurman. Lista da Corraos. Pono-
rr
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Avenida Mxico final y colla 43
Este, llama ?-C140.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entroda inde-
pendante. No. 4. colle lo. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tal. 2-2374.
APARTAMENTOS ALHAMBRA SE
ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos con muebles o sin ellos. Comu-
niqese con oficina edificio Al-
hambro, calle 10, No. 8061, Co-
ln. Telfono 1386.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cuatro
cuartos, bao y cocina, B.40.00.
Amoblados, B.60.00. Belisario Po-
rros No. 4, media cuadra playa.
Llave Apto. 4. Telfonos 2-1726
y 2-1728.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, rec-
mara -grande, sala y cocina am-
plio. Bien situado, bonito jardn.
B.40.00. 4247, Pueblo Nuevo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento en A-
venida Cuba No. 15, al lado del
Museo Nacional. Para informes
ocurra Avenida Per No. 23, Apto.
4, bajos.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, alambrados
B.65.00. Belisario Porras No. 56,
llave apartamento 3. Telfono 3-
084'1 frente Teatro Edn.
SE ALQUILA Apartamentos mo-
dernos de una recmara B.45.00,
de dos recmaras B.65.00. Ave-
nida Jos de Fbrega No. 16, Pa-
sadena. Telfono 3-1070, familia
Herrero.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, dos recmaras,
doi servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. telfono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, independiente, de una rec-
mara, sin amoblar. Garage. Vio
Belisario Porras 168.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno
recmara en calle 52 Este No. 18.
Informes Apto. No. 8.
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comedor, una recrr.rrf, srevic.os
completos, pequea arrilin. B.jO.
00 mensuales, Ave-iido Justo Arc-
semeno y calle 26. Informon Far-
macio Alonso, abajo.
SE ALQUILA:Department-/, dos
recmaras, salo, cimedor. cuarto
empleado. Edificio "His?ania". Co-
lle Colombia, 3. Entrada indepen-
diente.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos en
primer piso, pora oficino, altos edi-
ficio teatro Central, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, completamente grande,
salo, comedor, porch, Colle 7a. ca-
sa 64 en el Coca, San Froncisco,
Tel. 2-2407.
SE ALQUILA:Una pieza a matri-
monio responsable sin nios. Calle
7o. No. 11 segundo olto de 1 7
p. m.
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piezas, altos de la mueblera Ingle-
so, calle 7o, Ave. Bolvor, Coln.
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o, dos recmaros, servicio inde-
pendiente. Avenida 5o. No. 10,
esquina calle 3o., Son Froncisco.
B.40.00.
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Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local paro oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
E ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficina locales cntricos en loa
altos dt Avenido Central 44 a
precios mdicos. Solicitan Infor-
maron en Almacena* .5 y 10 cen-
tavo.___________________
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les en el Edificio de la Cmara de
Comercio, esquina de lo Avenida
Ecuador y Avenida Cuba, cada
oficina tiene su servicio indepen-
diente.
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
toller, negocio. Avenida Per, es-
quina calle 36. B.60.00. Patter-
son, 3-1001.
SE ALQUILA:Local en colle 3a.
No. 15, propio pora oficina o de-
psito, para informes llame tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrodos en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Pora
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local muy
frasco y claro pora uso de oficina,
clnica o escuela privada, cntri-
co. Lime 2-2443.
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1 oriiin. hamorrafia, almorranaa In-
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sin probar I Chinaroid. Kn pocoa minu-
to* *| Chinaroid principia a combatir
u almorranas de tras maneras:
1. Calma al dolor y la < omeron 2. Ayu-
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posesin maana
Maana a las ocho de la no-
che, en solemne ceremonia, to-
mar posesin la nueva Junta
Directiva del Club Social y De-
portivo Hispano, la que reeir
los destinos de esta entidad
durante el presente ao de 151.
La nueva Directiva fue elec-
ta hace unos dias y ella cons-
ta de las siguientes personas:
presidente. Faustino Alvarez;
vlce-presldente, Florentino Ca-
chafelro; secretarlo. Atlllano A-
lonso; vlce-secretarlo, Armando
Arlas hijo; tesorero Armando
Arlas padre: vlce-tesorero. Ca-
simiro Martin Blanco; fiscal.
Alvaro Lpez. Vocales: Francis-
co Navelra, Mximo Marrln,
Isaac Vlllaverde, Osear Garra,
Manuel Carreljo. Suplentes: Mi-
guel Quetglas, Florentino So-
to y Mahomet S. Bhlku.
Inmediatamente despus de
la ceremonia de posesin de
la Directiva, sta ofrecer un
bufet a los socios, el cual es-
tar amenizado por "gaitas" y
acordeones que harn escuchar
bellas piezas musicales.
Incluye a
Sus oficios domsticos
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Emilio Visca, contest a una
pregunta del diputado de la
oposicin radical, Silvano San-
tander, sobre el alcance de los
poderes de la comisin diciendo
que los poderes "terminarn
donde terminen las actividades
anti-argentlnas de La Prensa,
y de todas las empresas que.
como la Prensa Unida, tienen
negocios con La Prensa".
El Senador Luis Cruz acus
a La Prensa de haber conver-
tido la disputa con los ven-
dedores de peridicos en un
problema poltico y de estar li-
brando una campaa en el ex-
tranjero, para desacreditar al
pais. El Senador Alejandro Gia-
varlnl dijo que el Congreso se
ve obligado a estudiar el pro-
blema de La Prensa debido a
la obstinacin de su dueo.
El Senado nombr a los se-
nadores Luis Cruz, Alejandro
Giavarlnl y Alberto Duran pa-
ra que formen parte de la Co-
misin Congresional mixta. La
Cmara nombrar a seis di-
putados el lunes.
Mientras tanto, los emplea-
dos de La Prensa entregaron
un memorial a los congreslo-
nistas en relacin con la con-
vocatoria de la reunin extra-
ordinaria del Congreso para
considerar el aludido proyecto
de resolucin. Los empleados
citan en el memorial que han
pedido la intervencin del Po-
der Ejecutivo en la disputa, y
sealan el hecho de que todas
sus exhortaciones a las auto-
ridades se han basado en los
derechos constitucionales y s-
lo para garantizar la libertad
de trabajo.
El Senador Cooke declar que
la Prensa Asociada tenia un
monopolio de 1,200 diarios y
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Reafirma su punto
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Trieste EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 17
'USISi Un vocero del De-
partamento de Estado de los
Estados Unidos ha reafirmado
la poltica de este pais, anun-
ciada hace tres aos, favoraUe
a la devolucin del territorio
de Trlcstre a Italia.
El funcionarlo de prensa ael
Departamento, Michael McDer-
mott, dito en respuesta a pre-
guntas de los periodistas que
no se ha producido cambio en
la posicin de los Estados Uni-
dos con respecto a la devuiu-
cln de Trlestre a Italia. E'.^
poltica fu anunciada en notas
enviadas hace tres aos a ios
paises Interesados.
Interrogado acerca de si los
Estados Unidos todava desean
que Italia y Yugoeslavia arre-
glen esta cuestin de manir
directa, McDermott contesto:
"Si, y mucho lo desean".
El 20 de marzo de 1948 los
Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaa
y Francia propusieron que el
territorio de Trlestre que hava
sido creado por el tratado de
paz con Italia fuera devuelto
a ese pais.
Un anuncio conjunto de los
tres gobiernos poda a la Unin
Sovitica, como signataria del
pacto de paz con Italia, que
conviniera en un protocolo a-
dlcional al tratado para autori-
zar la devolucin.
El Secretario de Relaciones
Exteriores britnico H e ro^r
Morrison ha asegurado, segn
se informa, al Primer Ministro
italiano De Gasperl. que Gran
Bretaa mantiene su posicin
sobre Trlestre.
Nuevamente piden
la devolucin de
Trieste a Italia
TRIESTE, marzo 17. (UP).
Miles de personas se congrega-
ron en las plazas principales y
en las calles de esta ciudad
puerto, pidiendo que se devol-
viera el territorio de Trieste a
Italia. La demostracin se hizo
en orden y no se registraron
incidentes.
Las banderas y estandartes
colgaban de todos lados con los
lemas de "Devulvanos a Tries-
te" y "Demandamos la devolu-
cin de Trieste".
Esta rea fue declarada te-
rritorio libre de acuerdo con
el tratado de paz italiano. Est
ocupada conjuntamente por
Yugoeslavia en una zona, y
Gran Bretaa y Estados Unidos
en la otra.
'maniobra de tal manera que
las agencias menos poderosas
no tienen acceso a las noti-
cias". Acus a otras agencias
norteamericanas de noticias de
haber establecido monopolios
similares. Afirm que la Pren-
sa Unida. Reuter, y la Pren-
sa Asociada. eran organizacio-
nes que casi Impiden trabajar
a otras agencias, a menos que
gocen del apoyo de un Gobier-
no fuerte. Finalmente, acus a
los 'monopolios de diarlos nor-
teamericanos de haber reduci-
do el nmero de peridicos que
se publican en los Estados U-
nldos de dos mil en 1920 a mil
seiscientos.
SBADO, MARZO 17, 115
Es ms lo que habla
el Soviet que lo
que est pagando
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 15
(USISi El bloque sovitico
ruso us ms del 40 por cie.'.t'
del tiempo dedicado a ha
en las sesiones plenarias ti-
Asamblea Plenaria de las. Ili-
ciones Unidas en 1950, auncjua)
pago tan slo el 10.18 por omen-
to del costo del funcionamiento.
Estos datos han sido puetu9
de manifiesto por el correspon-
sal Peter Klhss en la ltima c*
dlcin de la revista United! Ca-
tions World.
En contraste con la locuaci-
dad del Soviet, dice Kihs, los
Estados Unidos slo usaron e
.49 por ciento del tiempo ya-
ra hablar, y pagaron el 38x1
por ciento del costo del fun-
cionamiento
Los delegados del bloque
vitico se apoderaron d lo
records individuales en locua-
cidad. Andrei Vishinskl us 7,5-
91 lineas, o se ms de una d
cada diez lineas empleadas ea
las sesiones plenarlasr
Entre los que hablaron vor
tiempo ms largo figuran loa
voceros de la Unin Sovitica
Checoeslovaquia, Polonia, Ura-
nia y Bielorusia.
CITACIN
i
Eco sepulcral
"Lo que quieren
dlda como "flagrante afrenta"
a la libertad de prensa de los
Estados Unidos y una tentativa
para "Intimidar y coaccionar a
ambos hombres.
Los detenidos fueron el eo
rresponsal del Time-Llfe, Frdfc
Shew y el fotgrafo de lite,
Leonard McCombe, quienes ta-
laban presentes cuando los
empleados de La Prensa trata-
ron de regresar al trabajo,
la La resolucin dice que !a
"demorada libertad" de los co-
rresponsales, "en manera algu-
na mitiga la culpa". La reso.u-
cln pide al Secretarlo Dean
Acheson que reclame al Gobier-
no argentino para evitar se i'.-
plta el Incidente.
Solicitada la
los preceptos que consagra el
primero en sus artculos 270 y
278. inciso 6o. En segundo tr-
mino, tambin pretende desco-
nocer orden impartida por el
Tribunal de lo Contencioso Ad-
ministrativo Corporacin contra
la cual, pues, se han declara-
do en desacato. En tercer tr-
mino, la misma Organizacin
Social de que se viene hablan-
do al pretender lograr esos fi-
nes, que le son ajenos, por los
medios que seala, est Incu-
rriendo en la figura delictiva
que tipifica el Articulo 150 del
Cdigo Penal y. por ende, en
la causal de disolucin que con-
templa el Cdigo de Trabajo
en el ordinal 7o. del Articulo
283".
Mediante una nota remitida
al Procurador el Inspector Ge-
neral de Trabajadores s licita
la Instruccin de las sumarias
tendientes a establecer la res-
ponsabilidad en que hayan In-
currido los miembros del Co-
mit Ejecutivo de la Federa-
cin Sindical de Trabajadores
de Panam al "Iniciar dice
ia nota fomentar y mantener
la campaa de no pago con-
tra la Cdtnpaia de Fuerza y
Luz",
Por este medio se cita a to '
dos los maestros plomeros para '
una reunin que se llevar a x
cabo el domingo 18 del presen-
te en uno de los salones d
la Escuela de Artes y Oficios a *
las 9 a.m. para tratar asuntos
de suma Importancia.
Rmulo V. Remn G., \
Presidente. .' ;
i
La mansin del Presidenta
Sur-Coreano, Syngman Rhct
un moderno edificio de dos pi-
sos, pareca intacto en el e-- .
terlor, pero dentro quedaban
slo los restos del saqueo. Ll '
Hotel Chosun est en mejor es-
tado que la mayora de lo e-
uiicios, con ventanas Intactas
y pareca no haber ido toca-
do por ninguno de los incen-
dios que hubo en la ciudad des-
pus de la evacuacin ailada
en Enero, y durante los recien-
tes bombardeos. En cambio, en
la Embajada de Estados Uni-
dos no queda una sola ventana.
El bullicioso barrio de Bui.a;
Chon, en donde estaban los
mercados y que era el canipU -
de operaciones del ampa, e-
sapareci, y ahora slo que-
dan montones de escombros en-
negrecidos por el fuego.
El ttrico panorama estaba
animado pr toques ms ligeros.
Apuestos policas sur-coreanqj I
con guanes bancos, se a pos- -
taron en las esquinas de las ra-
lles desiertas esta maana. Pf*
ro no tenan circulacin quf
dirigir, pues en todo el dia es-
casamente llegaron a diez ios 1
'Jeeps" que se vieron en la "
capital.
El precio del arroz tuvo una
baja de dos mil Wons, desda
ayer en que la noticia de ive-
los norteamericanos estaban en
la ciudad dio seguridad casi ab-
soluta de abundancia de anos
en un futuro inmediato. El Co-
ronel Archibald Belcher, en-
cargado de ayuda civil, cor.iv-
m las esperanzas. Vagones car-
gados de arroz esperan ya i*
entrada en la capital-
Pero el aspecto. desolador su-
pera si cuadro optimista. Cru
ce toda la ciudad con al Tenien-
te Son Chong Hewa, cuando es-
te iba a la cabeza de sus hu*
zas hacia el campo de baial'sa.
pasando por su ciudad natal*
Con el bastn de mando saiu-
daba a las gentes, y luego ss
encoga de hombros y detia
sonriendo con acento amargo,
"no parecen los de antes".
El saqueo rojo fu completo
y minucioso en uno de los mis
grandes almacenes, y lo qua
no se llevaron lo despedazaron*
incluso los juguetes. En una s-
ia del almacn, convertida n
saln de conferencias polticas,
hay slo seales de precipitada
fuga con montones de propa-
ganda comunista y tres leos
de Stalin, Mao Tze Tung y Kim
II Sung.
Pero no son los escombros ni
los vehculos destrozados, ni !&9
Instalaciones elctricas destrui-
das lo que hace de Sel uua
ciudad trgica. Es la mirada oa
los sobrevivientes que denota la
prdida de esperanza, del ea*
pirltu, del Inters.
Quiz el aspecto c a mola
cjando empiecen a entrar los
grandes camiones norteameri-
canos y vuelva a alumbrar !a
electricidad y la ciudad deje da
ser morada slo de los muy -
viejos y los muy jvenes. Pero
ahora, es slo una ciudad
muerta.
Se atrincheran
holands Evertsen, y las fraga-
tas norte-americanas Sausalito,
Glendale y Burlington.
A 130 millas de Wonsan, los
elementas chinos lanzaron a
dos ejrcitos contra los aliados,
que avanzan, en una accin db*
latorla en la.-base de Chunchft,
a ocho mi" al sur del Paralelo
38.
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ABADO, MARZO 17. 1SS1
P. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Expone su invicto en el bate de S. Carlos
1
Este M el conjunto Deportivo Garcia, que marcha en el co-
mando de la Lija de Baseball de San Carlos y maana ex-
pone su inTlcto frente al equipo de M. Flores Esta formado
por, de pie, (Izquierda a derecha), Abdiel Rlcord, Director:
Reinaldo Polastre. Ral VlUa, Ramiro Barahona Francisco
Hidalgo y Sebastin Aguilera. Agachados: Cecilio Ricord,
Ezeqnlel Urrutla, Toms Zamora y Miceno Higuero.
Chorrera Inaugura Maana
Su Temporada De Ftbol
Seleccin Nal. De Ftbol y
Pacfico Jugarn El Jueves
El Seleccionado Nacional de
Ftbol, que conquist el V Cam-
peonato Centroamericano y del
aribe de Ftbol, se presen-
tar ante la aficin capital!-
el prximo Jueves frente al
Pacifico, considerado actual-
-nente como el mejor conjun-
to panameo de la divisin ma-
r.
El Pacifico lans un reto al
eleccionado y su director Tem
Molina, acept el desafio: am-
bos conjuntos estn practican-
do para este importante- en-
cuentro qae promete resultar
muy interesante.
Es posible que este encuentro
sea a beneficio de Gerardo Wa-
rren, quien anuncio para el lu-
nes ra partida hacia Colombia,
donde tiene oferta para jugar
como profesional, a
Pinocho cerr con broche de oro
actuacin venciendo al Granillo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
LIGA PROV. DE PANAMA
G P. Pit,
15 4 .782
13 1 .434
Chesterfield ir. 12 K .00
ptica Sosa .... ..... \% .52*
Caf Duran .... > 1 14 5ww
Granillo ........ ... .7 13 :i
Caribe .......... ..... 5 12 .2 S3
Frlgidalre .... ..... 4 12 .244
Los monarcas de la Liga Pro-
rincial de Panama cerraron con
broche de pro sus actuaciones
El Coronel Remn
el PRI se miden
.anana en ftbol
Maana se inaugurar el
Campeonato de ftbol del r.a-
Frio del Chorrillo con un atrac-
tivo programa que comenzar
p las 9 de la maana en el
luaro de Calle 27 Oeste, abajo.
El Juego de apertura corref*
cargo de loa oncenos PRI y
Joionel Remn y luego se ne-
iirn El Deportivo Eva Pe.n
De). Mendoza.
El acto comenzar con un
ieslle de todos los equipos nu-
ll Hos con sus madrinas, mas-
totas y estandartes, izada de la
bandera, presentacin de lis
tonjuntos, palabras por un al-
Icclor de la liga, entrega de
premios Juegos de ftbol eU:
reunir la Fed.
iternacional de
utbol en Madrid
MADRID, Marzo 17 La
federacin espaola de ftbol
Jijo a la Prensa Unida que ha
Informado a la Federacin In-
ternacional que los rusos y yu-
goeslavos podrn asistir a la
peunin de este Organismo In-
rnacional aqu el 28 de Mar-
Un portavoz de la Federacin
apala dijo que la Federacin
Internacional ha consultado si
los rusos y yugoeslavos podran
\sistlr oficialmente a la reunin
Sue es la primera que se cele-
bra en Madrid y se le contest
afirmativamente p 1 dindosele
tou notifique a los Interesados
mi los consulados espaoles
londe deben solicitar las visas.
al vencer ayer con relativa fa-
cilidad por pizarra de 10-4 al
Granillo en el Estadio Nacional,
en donde se conectaron 27 hits
entre ellos dos cuadranglares
y se establecieron dos records.
J. i. (Chlmbelo) Prez lanz
toda la distancia por los nari-
zones, mientras o,ue J. Bazn
explot en el tercer acto, entran
do D. Montllla en su rescate que
detuvo por completo el ataque
pin ocrusta.
Enrique Pree y Jorge Clarke
pegaron cuadranglares para
ayudar la causa de su equipo.
L. Delliaer con su actuacin
de ayer hecho por tierra la
marca de 20 ponches de Roberto
Joseph, al Implantar una nue-
va con 21. Cumberbatch rom-
pi su propio record que con-
sista de 4 bases robadas en un
partido al estafar ayer 5 in-
cluyendo el home.
Anotacin por Actos
Granillo 341 444 44 11 4
Pinocho 222 224 x-14 14 4
Lanzador ganador J. I. Pn
erdedor J. Basan.
El Havana Cubans
inicia maana
serie en Colombia
BARRANQUILLA, Marzo 17
(UP)Hoy sbado debutarn
en esta ciudad los peloteros
miembros del equipo Havana
Cubans, frente a los principales
equipos de baseball de Colombia
Los jugadores cubanos llega-
ron ayer en la maana y en las
primeras horas de la tarde es-
tuvieron entrenando duramen-
te con el fin de hacer una pre-
sentacin estelar hoy sbado.
Quinteto femenino de
Estados Unidos har
jira por Suramrica
NUEVA YORK, marzo 17 (UP)
La Unin Atltica Amateur de
los Estados Unidos acept la in-
vitacin de la Federacin Chile-
na de Baseball, de enviar por 43
dias una seleccin femenina de
baloncesto de los Estados Uni-
dos a Chile y otros pases Sud-
americanos en la primavera en-
trante. El equipo de 10 jugado-
ras ser seleccionado en el cam-
peonato nacional de la Unin
Atltica amateur que empezar
en la Dallas Tejas el 18 de Mar-
zo. El grupo saldr de Miami
alrededor del primero de Mayo.
Los pases que visitarn son
Chile, Ecuador, Per, Paraguay,
Argentina y Brasil.
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MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
En los juegas de apertura chocarn
Polica-Juventud en el Circuito Mayor
y Herediano vs. Argentina Jr. en la Za.
La Temporada de Campeona-
to de la Liga Distritorial de
Ftbol de La Chorrera comen-
zar mafiana con un atrac-
tivo programa que se desarro-
llar en las,horas de la maana
en el Cuadro de Matuna.
Tanto la Justa del Circuito
mayor como del menor Inaugu-
rarn su campeonato. Antes de
loa juegos de apertura, la Liga
entregar los premios a los ga-
nadores de la pasada tempora-
da.
En el circuito Mayor se en-
cuentran Inscritos tres equipo?;
el "primer Juego estar a cargo
de los conjuntos Pollcia y Ju-
ventud, el otro onceno es el Ar-
gentina.
Cuatro equipos sed isputarn
el torneo del Circuito Menor; en
la apertura se medirn Argen-
tina Jr vs Herediano, campen
y subeampen respectivamen't;
los otros dos conjuntos son Bal-
boa y Deportivo China.
En final elecrizante se impuso
el Duran a la Cervecera por 10-9
Esta noche continua el Softball Comercial
con el juego Cervecera vs Hudson
Cumple un difcil compromiso maana
Mejor colocacin
el Balboa en el
torneo de bolos
Por Tere D. de Burrell.
BALBOA EXPRESS se impone
a la IMPORTADORA SELECTA
Con un juego superior al Bal-
boa Express le gan 3 a 1 al
equipo La Importadora Selecta
para mejorar colocacin en el
Torneo de Bolos auspiciado por
el Caf Duran. El Balboa reci-
bi 25 puntos de Handicap por
linea. Hubo dos series altas que
correspondieron a Bobo Mn-
dez con 511 y Otin Moreno con
509. Carlos Renner (18 > entr
al selecto Club de los Juegos de
Honor haciendo al mismo tiem-
po un juego de 206 para lnre-
sar tambin en el popular Club
de 200. Ingres tambin a este
Club Bebo Mndez con un 201,
y el Dr, Antonio Cucaln con
un 215.
Un problema ha creado el
conjunto de la Polica Nacional
que participa en la Liga Social
de Softball, al actuar tambin
sus jugadores en la Liga de ese
deporte de Coln. El equipo de
la Polica, que si se quiere re-
presenta el 45 por ciento de la
atraccin del Softball social y
jugadores estrellas de ese con-
junto estn a punto de sufrir
un castigo ejemplar de parte
de la Liga, siendo ellos Marce-
lino de Obaldia, Chester de Sou-
za, Thompson, Alexander y de-
ms por Jugar con el equipo
de la Pollcia de Coln.
Creemos que la Directiva de
la Liga Social de la pelota sua-
ve debiera tratar con mucho tac
to este asunto, a fifi de no obs-
truir el xito que ha de repre-
sentar la serie final de ese de-
porte, para la cual ya est cla-
sificada la Pollcia.
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He aqui nuestros pronsticos
para las carreras de hoy sbado
en Juan Franco.
1OpexLa Espaola (e)
2ProtnRepentino
3Agradecida (e)B. Bound
4CallmedearMimo
5instadorFair Chance
6 B' '-.foroCotilln
7Dust OverGrlz
8FangloCharemont
9El MongeBaby Betty
10MeneCampesino
11HechiceraLa Rosita
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Una soberana tuquera le pro-
pin el equipo de softball de es-
te diario a La Hora, para ven-
garse de la derrota sufrida an-
teriormente de ese equipo. El
score fu tan abultado que per-
dimos la cuenta. En la caja de
lanzamientos de los derrotados
tuvieron Llkln (pobre) Dan Lun
y Tomy Cupas, el ltimo cerra-
ba los ojos para no ver en el
lugar donde cala la bola, ya que
los toleteros de este diarlo le
daban a la bola con alma y vi-
da. Victor Ruiz, y Donado VI-
suete lanzaron por los ganado-
res; antes del juego temblaban
los de La Hora, porque iba a
lanzar por El Panam -Amrica
Collins, a quien impugnaron, pe
ro con todo eso El Panam
Amrica gan como quizo.
El Duran se impuso anoche a
la Cervecera en un gran parti-
do, presentado por la justa co-
mercial de Softball en Santa
Hita.
El juego se decidi en el l-
timo episodio tras haberse sus-
citado un empate.
El "score" termin diez a nue-
ve y el pblico sall complaci-
do por la calidad del juego.
En esta forma el Duran se
coloc solo en el primer lugar
de esta Liga y los cerveceros
quedan con un Juego ganado y
cuatro perdidos.
Esta noche aparecen los cer-
veceros otra vez contra los po-
pulares muchachos del Hudson.
Para el lunes la Liga presenta
atra vez a loe aguerridos mu-
chachos del Hudson contra los!
del Packard.
El martes se celebrar un
gran doble Juego, el primero es-
t a cargo del Istmeo y el Con
trol del Comejn y el segundo,
el cual ha causado gran revuelo
estar a cargo de los punteros
Msicos y el Radio Bush, equi-
po que ha conquistado tres vic-
torias consecutivas y viene atre-
pellando a paso firme. Se espe-
ra que este Juego tenga record
de concurrencia.
El mircoles Juegan el Fidu-
ciario contra los muchachos
del Montezuma que han tenido
mala suerte ltimamente y que
ahora vienen por sus fueros.
SAN PETER8BUROO, (UP)
Stan Musial empuj cuatro ca-
rreras con dos sencillos, un do-
blete y un .triple y los Car-
denales vencieron a los Rojos
por 7 carreras a 2. Joe Ad-
cock Jonrone por los rojos.
LAKELAND. (UP). Los Me-
dias Rojas vencieron a los Ti-
gres por 10 a 4 con 18 lnco-
gibles. dos de los cuales fue-
ron jonrones de Lou Boudreau
y Matt Batts, pero ello les cos-
t los servicios por varios dias
de su shorstop Vernon Ste-
phens, quien se disloc el tobi-
llo derecho.
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Movimiento de las Grandes Ligas
CLEARWATER, (UP). Los
Phillies vencieron a los Bravos
por 6 carreras a 5 en 13 entra-
das al empujar Richie Ashburn
la carrera del triunfo con un
doblete. Mlke Ooliat encabez
el ataque de los Phillies con
un sencillo, un doble y un jon-
ron, empujando cuatro carre-
ras.
SAN FRANCI8CO, (UP).
Los Piratas despidieron incon-
dlcionalmente a su veterano re-
ceptor Ray Muelles, quien pas
a formar parte de la novena
en julio pasado y acompa a
sta al campo de entrenamien-
to en San Bernardino.
CALIFORNIA, (UP). La
novena Seattle de la Liga de la
Costa del Pacfico venci por
9 4 al equipo B de los Pi-
ratas.
Hollywood de la Liga de la
Costa die Pacifico por 5 1.
El Secretario de
las Grandes Ligas
renunci su puesto
SARA80TA, Marzo 18 (UP)
Will Harridge. Presidente de la
Liga Americana inform que el
Secretarlo General Walter Mul-
bry haba presentado renuncia
debido a sus pugnas con el Co-
misionado Oeneral de baseball
A. B. Chandler.
Dijo que la renuncia fu pre-
sentada a la reunin de 18 pro-
pietarios de las novenas de las
Grandes Ligas en que se acor-
d no renovar el contrato de
Chandler y que no se le acept
porque el "consejo ejecutivo tie-
ne propsitos de mantener a
Mulbry indefinidamente en su
cargo".
El consejo est integrado por
Harridge. por el Presidente de
la Liga Nacional Ford Frlck,
Tom Yawkey de los Medias Ro-
jas y Warren Giles de los Rojos.
Miembros de la
FIFA se reunirn
en Colombia
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Marzo
17 (UP)El residente de la
Confederacin Suramerlcano de
Ftbol, Sr. Luis Valenzuela via-
ja hoy sbado hacia Lima
para seguir el lunes a Bogot
donde se reunir con Luis
Aranha, Ottorlno Berasst vice
Presidente y Secretario respec-
tivamente de la Federacin In-
ternacional de Ftbol, Asocia-
doFIFAcon el fin de buscar
una solucin al cisma en el ft-
bol colombiano conjuntamente
con el Presidente y dems diri-
gentes de la Federacin de Ft-
bol de Colombia, que tiene por
sede a Barranquilla.
Es posible que Valenzuela a
su regreso visite a Rio de Janei-
ro y Montevideo con el fin do
asegurar la concurrencia de los
brasileos, y aruguayos al cam-
peonato Panamericano de Ft-
bol en 1952 que se realizar en
Santiago.
Deportivo Carranaa, uno de les equipes aguerridos de la con-
tienda de baseball de San Carlos, y que cumple maana an
difcil compromiso frente al Deportivo El Valle. En la vista
aparecen, de izquierda a derecha, de pie: Daniel Greco, An-
tonio Agullar, Carlos V. Lpez (eoaen), Federico Garrama
(director), Fldenrlo Higuero, Demetenes Higuero y Juan de
la Cruz. Agachados: Jos Muo?. Carlos Herrera, Secundino
Maos y Lais Carranca.
Kid Gaviln y Johnny Bratton
pelearn por el Cpto. Welter
CLARWATER. Marzo (UFM
Russ Mayer y Ken Heintzelman,
son los candidatos del piloto de
los Phillies, Eddie Sawyer, para
que cubran el hueco creado por
la prdida del lanzador zurdo
Curt Simmons, quien presta ser-
vido en el ejrcito. Ambos ju-
gadores parecen estar en exce-
lente estado fisico.
LOS ANGELES, (UP>. Los
Medias Blancas vencieron a los
Carmelitas por 3 2 con ocho
incoglbles mientras sus lanza-
dores solo permitan cuatro.
HOLLYWOOD, (UP). Los
Yanquis vencieron al equipo de
Tigres y Alacranes
jugarn mna. en el
Instituto Nacional
Los Tigres de Coln y Ala-
cranes de la ciudad capital con-
tinuarn maana su comenta-
da serle de softball, comenzan-
do a las 9 y 15 de la maana
en el cuadro del Instituto Na-
cional.
Este ser el tercer encuentro
de los cinco que comprende el
torneos; los Tigres llevan dos vic
torlas de manera que si vuel-
ven a ganar maana se anexa-
rn la competencia; esto Indi-
ca que los Alacranes necesitan
triunfar para mantener su op-
cin; de lo contrario se dar
por terminado el Torneo.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Se cita por este medio a los
jugadores del equipo RADIO
BUSH para una reunin el lu-
I nes a las cinco de la tarde en
El Panam-Amrica. Se pide
puntual asistencia. Se les recuer
da que el MARTES tienen que
presentarse a las siete y media
de la noche a 8anta Rlta'Twra
jugar.
SAN PETERBURGO, Marzo
(UP)Leo Durocher el piloto
de los Gigantes dijo que Mon-
te Irvln ser el lniclalista re-
gular de la novena este ao y
que su experimento de dos se-
manas con Whltey Lockman en
esap osicln qued "terminado
definitivamente."
La Flema del ^ma
Dlsuella Desde el
Primer Da
B Asma. y1 Bronquitl con MIS ata-
euea daeiepere-atea y rlolentoa. ave-
nenan el organlimo, minan la energa.
arruinan la, alud y debilitan 1 cora-
aon. En poco tiempo Manaca, la prea-
rrtpclen de un farooeo mdico, com-
an a circular en la aancre doaaiaan-
do rpidamente loa ataque*. Deade l
primer dfa comleni* a dlaolrarae la
mata cauaa de lea ahoawa. Bate aro-
daca reaplracloa fcil. Teda lo qua
hare falla aa toaiar tablilaa ate Man-
iaca, que aon asraoteblea, aa las comi-
da. Le accin aa muy rpida, aun
cuando aa trata da calla rebelda y
ntlaTuoa. Mana o ka tenido tanta
Uto ofreciendo a lo paalentea
reaatraclOa libra y fcil en M bora.
Pida Mendace en cualquier fama*
ala boy ml*mo y vea lo blea que dor-
mir* eata noebe y cunto mejor ea
Mendaco
an t Ir
mafiana.
Con entusiasmo se
desarrolla la Liga
de base "Darin"
Con mucho entusiasmo es-
t presentando sus partidos la
Liga de baseball Darin.
Para hoy se ha anunciado
el Juego entre los equipos No-
vatos vs M. Arosemena a las
4.15 p.m.
El Domingo se presentarn
dos Juegos los cuales corrern
a cargo de las novenas:
Dep. Estrella vs Bola de Oro
Novatos vs Frente Patritico
Todos estos juegos se llevarn
a cabo en el lugar de costum-
bre.
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 17 (UP)
El Club Internacional de Bo-
xeo seal para el 18 de Mayo
el encuentro por el campeonato
mundial peso welter, entre el
campen cubano Kid Gaviln y
Johnny Bratton reconocido co-
mo campen mundial por la Aso
elacin Nacional de Boxeo, por
su triunfo de antenoche sobre
Chearley Fusari.
La Comisin Atltica del Es-
tado de Nueva York que no per-
tenece a la AWB no reconoce el
Autcratas egostas
dirigen a los atletas
amateurs de los E.U.
campeonato de Bratton y con-
sidera imperioso celebrar en-
cuentros en que participen Ga-
viln. Billy Graham y Bratton
para determinar el nuevo cam-
pen mundial.
Casi sin excepcin la prensa
de Nueva York han manifesta-
do que Gaviln es el ms lgica,
candidato al titulo. El cubano
perdi por decisin muy discu-
tida con Graham y ms tardo
lo derrot decisivamente.
Bratton ha tenido sus altas
y bajas y dos veces ha sufrido
la fractura del maxilar. Empe-
ro ltimamente ha estado triun-
fando en todos sus encuentres.
De todos modos los cronistas de-
portivos piensan que Gaviln
ser el nuevo campen mundial.
Juego completo se
acredit Csar Reyna
en la Liga de Sta. Rita
BOSTON, Marzo 17 (UP)
Clarence del Mar, el "gran vie-
jo" de las maratones de Boston
en carta al "Boston Globe" dice
que los 'autcratas egostas" es-
tn tratando de dirigir a los
atletas aficionados de los Esta-
dos Unidos.
El veterano atleta de 62 aos
dice que los Juegos Panamerica-; ^"W,*1 at Martlz.
nos acabados de celebrar en Bue el Fulltr hnponers
nos acabados de celebrar en Bue
nos Aires, Jesse Van Zant "ter-
min la marathn en una am-
bulancia" est en la culmina-
cin corriente y natural de una
seleccin arbitraria de autcra-
tas egostas que tratan de di-
rigir a los atletas aficionados.
Johnny Kelly derrot a Van
Zant en tres de las cuatro ma-
ratones en que compitieron, pe-
ro con sus tretas usuales esco-
gieron para el viaje a Van Zant
como algo ms Joven y ms d-
cil a sus vanidades.
Del Mar ha triunfado siete
veces en la marathn de Bos-
ton.
Social Deportiva
Nuestras sinceras felicitacio-
nes para la nia ADA E. MO-
LINA, hija del destacado de-
portista Tem Molina por su
cumpleaos que celebra hoy.
La serie que sostuvieron ic*
equipos Dep. Fuller y Dep. An-
getlinl de la Liga Escolar que
la gan
rse en loa
dos primeros encuentros.
El primer juego dio las si-
guientes anotaciones finales:
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Dep. Fuller W 9 |
Dep. Angelini 1 3 3 ke*\
Lanzador ganador Csar Reyna,
Reyna, perdedor Rodolfo Men-
doza.
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zador Reyna ocup la caja por
segunda vez y se acredlti sen-
sacionalmente un Juego "No
Hit No Run".
Las anotaciones fueron:
C. 0. K.
Dep. Angelini (62
Dep. Fuller 3 3 0
Lanzador ganador Csar Rey-
na. perdedor Rodolfo Mendoza.
Los mejores bateadores resul-
taron, Ignacio Pino 1-1 y Mi-
guel Moreno 2-2.
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TEJAROS
PRESENTA!'
2s*S*T
BELLA VISTA
La historia de un Nifto que se consumi an 1 futas
de una honda pasin, provocada por al empeo de
recuperar el afecto materno!...
VALERIE UOBSON JOHN BULLS, sa
"CORAZN DE NlfiO"
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L I A 7:M :0 pro.
DINMICAS ESTRELLAS EN UN
VIOLENTO DRAMA I
"El Destino Manda"
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TEATRO CECILIA
CENTRAL
APASIONANTE DRAMA DE LOS
BAJOS FONDOS I
Chirle. Hesfon Llsabeih Scett
VlTSta Lladfers, ta
"EL VENGADOR
INVISIBLE"
John CARROLL Adele MARA, en
"LOS VENGADORES"
Adems:
William ELLIOT Forrest TUCKER, en
"FUEGO DEL INFIERNO"
UNA HISTORIA DE TUECO Y PASIN I
Sensacional Doble!
Emocionante Drama de
de Capa y Espada I
VARIEDADES
1:1*. 2:55, 5:H, 7:05. S:5 p.m.
El Disloque HumorlsUco-Musica
del Aftol...
CARLOS ORELLANA
MONTANER
Bobby CAPO
'Avellno MUftOZ
- en -
fV*:;
"ANACLETO SE
DIVORCIA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Un Poderoso Drama de Accin
y Suspenso I...
William Holden Nancy
Olson, en
"DE MALA ENTRAA"
- Adems:
* Joel McCrea, an
"Una Nacin en Marcha"
TEATRO TIVOLI
GRAN DOBLE PROGRAMA I
Robert Mltchura Faith
Domerfue. en
"LA ROSA BLANCA"
Mala Powers, en
' V L T R A J E"________
TEATRO IRIS
Rosa Carmina, en
"QUE IDIOTAS SON LOS
HOMBRES"
Silvana Roth Carlos Cores
- en -
1 PARA UN SECRETO"
EN
EL
PRESIDENTE
En su mundo de
placer, encontr
una vez el cami-
no de la reden-
cin por un amor
sincerla
Rosa CARMINA
Fernando
FERNANDEZ
- en -
'Traicionera
- con -
Alela NEKA
S Nueves
Canciones!...
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
COLOSAL doble PROGRAMA!
Un Drama Careado de T.N.T.
Ricardo Montalbin June
Allyson Dick Powell, en
"ENTRE EL GUILA T
LA SERPIENTE"
. Ademas: -
Joel McCrea. en
"LA VANGUARDIA
TEATRO EDISON
Joseph Cotten Linda DarneU
Comel Wildc. en
"La Furia de Los Valientes"
Burt Lancaster, en
"EL CASO W"
CINE HISPANO
SENSACIONAL DOBLII
Amalla Aaulrre Resortes, en
"AL 80N DEL MAMBO"
Emilio Tuero Emilia Gulu. en
^"QUDITO FATICr____
VICTORIA
"EL MISTERIOSO
DR. SATAN"
Episodios IR y 13
Adems:
DOSPELICl
pac f ico
LA HIJA DE
(Episodios 5 y *V
DON Q "
Adems:
DOS PELCULAS1
VISTERMOSA
"Nuevas Aventuras
Episodios 3 y 4
. Adems: -
DOSPELICULASl
ROOSEVELT
Prof SANTIERMY
Acompaado por
Mas DAISY
Adems: Dos Grandes
Pelculas! ____,
APOLO
Te Besas* en la Beca-
Al Sea de la Marta.be
HOT A LAS II pm.
FUNCION DE
MED
IDEAL
Danny Kaye. en
"NACE UNA
NACIN"
Adems: -
Robert Ryan, an
TRAICIONADO"
MECHA y COQUI
EN FUNCIN MATINAL MAANA DOMINGO
Con el Cuento de Hadas y Encantamiento
CAPERUCITA ROJA
y EL GRAN TABLERO MGICO
NESTLE
Con Premios en Efectivo y Dulces para los 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
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