The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDIPENDEI^
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Panama American
",61 lfc people know the truth and the country is aafe" Abraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN WHISKY
,
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 19. 1951
FIVE CENTS
Second Iranian
CabinetMember
Shot By Fanatic
J TEHERAN, Mar. 19 (UP) Dr. Abdul Hamid Zan-
geneh, Education Minister in assassinated Premier Ah
Razmara's government, was seriously wounded by a fan-
atical Moslem student who shot him at Teheran University
I today.
Zangeneh, deputy chancellor of the university and
dean of the law school, was opposed to the nationalization
of Iran's oil industry.
The student, identified as Nos-
Itratollah Ohoml, red lour
shots. ,
One bullet entered Zangenehs
side, pierced vital organs, and
was believed embedded In his
llungs. A law student who grap-
pled with Ohoml was shot in the
land.
, Arreited immediately after
Jthe shooting Choral told the po-
llice "Zangeneh M a traitor.
T11 traitors must be exterminat-
ed." Ohoml was studying to be-
tome a Moslem clergyman.
Today's hooting coincided
-vith reports that Premier Hus-
beln Ala had run into serious
difficulties trying to form a
government and might have to
Fesign his mandate. It was un-
derstood the chief trouble was
the reluctance of leading cand-
Bates to accept office owing to
Fears for their physical safety.
Razmara's slayer Khalil Tah-
nassebi. 26, vu photographed
jflth police permission yesterday
for the first time since the as-
sassination. He appeared calm,
)tnd smiled constantly.
In Moscow Pravda suggested
nlted States agents were res-
onsible for Ratmara's death
ecause he opposed "American
omlnation" of his nation.
The Iranian Senate is ex-
jected today or tomorrow to ap-
prove unanimously the oil na-
tionalisation bill passed by the
la]Us (Lower House) last week.
deputies' Meeting
iris Final Round
Agenda Argument
. PARIS. Max. 1 (UP)Britain.
Ihe United States and France
legan today what they hoped
Vas the last week of argument
fcith Soviet deputy Foreign Min-
ster Andrei A. Oromyko over
Jhe agenda for a Big Tour For-
flgn Ministers' conference.
The outlook for agreement on
Jie agenda and for the subse-
quent Four Power conference was
lot good. But French Foreign
Minister Robert Schuman pro-
lably came as close to the truth
If anyone can present when he
pld a political meeting here yes-
fcrday that none of the big pow-
ts want to assume responsibility
F>r blocking the Foreign Minis-
ters' conference.
However if Oromyko continues
Is propaganda tirades at to-
dy's meeting the 13th over
-t agenda the Western pow-
s will probably try to devise
>me way of forcing a showdown
efore aster Sunday.
An agenda Is normally Just a
st of subjects to be discussed
nd the average man is right in
ssumlng that the difficulties In
reelng on an agenda shouldn't
! very difficult. "
Balboa Tides
High Low
33 am. 12.0 ft. 7:53 a.m. 2.8 ft.
00 p.m. ia.8 ft. 7:1 p.m. 2.7 ft.
9-Man Committee
Will Intervene
In La Prensa Issue
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 19 (UP)
A Joint Congressional com-
mittee is expected to be formed
today to "Intervene" and Inves-
tigate the Independent newspa-
per La Prensa and other firms,
including the news agencies
which do business with the
newspaper.
Both Houses of Congress voted
Friday to form the committee
which will be comprised of three
senators, all members of the Pe-
ronista Party of President Juan
Peron, and six members of the
Chamber of Deputies, including
one opposition party member.
Sunday newspapers predicted
the committee will proceed lip-
mediately to "ntervene" in La
Prensa's affairs, and In concerns
with which La Prensa had busi-
ness dealings.
Pro Government newspapers
hailed the passage of the "in-
tervention" resolution, but La
Nacin. Argentina's second larg-
est independent newspaper and
the only one remaining since La
Prensa closed Jan. 26 In its dis-
pute with the Newsvendors' Un-
ion, editorially questioned the
legality of the decision and the
motives behind it.
The pro Government daily
Democracy said: "Evidently it
suited the interests that handle
the 'free press' in the capitalist
world to maintain the La Pren-
sa case as a core in internation-
al Infection."
Hall of Banyans
On Roosevelt Ave.
Will Be Removed
Some of the Chinese banyan
trees which form an arch over
a portion of Roosevelt Avenue
are being removed this week in
a program by the Ground Main-
tenance Division to cut out about
half of the old trees to provide
the remainder special care and
additional growing room.
Four of the trees at the end
of College Place and Morgan
Avenue nave already been re-
moved and work is now in pro-
gress on other trees on the east
side of Roosevelt Avenue. About
one-fourth" of the trees will be
removed this dry season and
others later.
Aside from providing the re-
maining trees the space they
need, the measures to be taken
to preserve the beauty of the
avenue will include spraying
to control the orange colored
lichen which has Infected the
banyans. The lichen Itself can
be controlled and is not the rea-
son the frees are being removed.
Schuman Plan
Treaty Signed
By 6 Nations
PARIS. Mar. 19 (UP).Repre-
sentatives of six Weatern Euro-
pean Nations signed a historic
treaty today setting up the
Schuman Plan .for pooling their
$4,000,000,000 a year coal and
steel resources.
The agreement still must be
approved by the governments of
the six countries, signed by their
Foreign Ministers, then ratified
bv their parliaments before the
treaty becomes effective.
The signatory countries were
France. Western Germany, Italy,
Belgium, Luxembourg and the
Netherlands.
The ceremony of initialing
the treaty, which experts of the
six nations have been battling
for nine months to complete,
took place privately at the
French Foreign Office.
The object of the. treaty is to
create a common market for
Western Europe's basic heavy
Industries and tear down the
customs barriers and cartels
that have strangled them in the
past.
The six countries in the
Schuman Plan produce between
them nearly one half of West-
ern Europe's coal and. one third
of its steel.
Britain alone of the great
Western European powers refus-
ed to Join. She objected to the
pledge taken by all Schuman
Plan members to surrender part
of their national sovereignty to
the supranational high author-
ity set up under the treaty..
Reds Give Up Latest
Effort to Disrupt
Berlin Train Runs
BERLIN, Mar. H (UP). A
United States transport officials
said today the Soviet* were
"forced to back down in l their
most recent cold war action
an attempt to curtail Western
rail traffic between Berlin and
West Germany.
He said: "They tried some
cold war maneuvering with
trains and then they were forc-
ed to back down because they
did not have a leg to stand on."
The latest cold war outbreak
In Berlin began Saturday when
the Russians suddenly anonunc-
ed their intention of reducing
from 19 to 16 the number of
Western trains moving through
the 110-mile international cor-
ridor connecting Soviet sur-
rounded Berlin with West Ger-
many.
Passengers on a United States
train from Bremerhaven were
forced to disembark at Helm-
stadt Saturday and change to
the train from Frankfurt to
take them on to Berlin.
But yesterday and today
Western rail traffic between
Helmstadt and Berlin was nor-
mal. Fears that the Russian
threat may spread to other
transport lanes were dispelled
when it was learned that traf-
fic on the International highway
between Helmstadt and Berlin
was normal, as was Allied barge
traffic.
Chinese Continue Moving
Armies Beyond Parallel
Senate Probers Move to Have
Costello Deported to Italy
GIVE!
Eleven persons. United Stairs
citizens and others, may be a-
live today only because the Ca-
nal Zone Chapter is contribut-
ing a total of $187.50 a month
toward their domiciliary care
at Corosal Hospital.
These patients are unable to
work and have no relatives to
assist them. Through the cour-
tesy of the Health Director,
special low rates have been fix-
ed for payment by the Red
Cross in these cases.
Burglars Rifle
Moore's House,
Try Governor's
FACING DEPORTATION Frank Costello, rear center in
light salt, reputed head of a nationwide crime syndicate,
(lares at solons as he stalks angrily out of the Senate Crime
Investigating Committee bearing in New York. Costello walk-
ed out rather than face further questioning about his sha-
dewy activities. The committee can new try to Jail him for
contempt, perjury or both, but first of all the Senators will
seek to banish the repnted lord of the underworld to his
native Italy. Committee members in the boreground, left to
right, are: Rudolph alley, chief counsel; chairman Estes D.
Kefauver, Tennessee Democrat, and Senator Charlea Tobey,
New Hampshire Republican.
NEW YORK, Mar. 19 (UP)
The 8enate Crime Committee has
agreed secretly to seek the de-
portation of Frank Costello, re-
puted overlord of the under-
world, It was learned yesterday.
The Senators decided at a clos-
ed door hearing in Washington,
one member revealed, to concen-
trate their efforts on sending
Costello packing to Italy, in the
footsteps of vice lord Charles
t-Lucky") Luciano.
Their decision came on the eve
of the committee's last two days
of public hearings here. Costello
will share the limelight today
with William O'Dwyer, former
mayor of New York and now Am-
bassador to Mexico.
The Senators agreed that exile
considered by the underworld
the "worst rap" of all would
be far more effective than send-
ing the gambler to jail for rela-
tively short terms for contempt
or perjury.
The Senators decided unanim-
ously to ask Federal authorities
to study the record of their com-
mittee's hearings last week to
determine if Costello's naturali-
zation papers could be revoked.
This will Involve a formal re-
quest to the Immigration and
Naturalization 8ervlce to review
the gambler's case.
The committee agreed to base
Its request to naturalization
authorities on possible mlsstate-
ments on Oostello's pplication
for citizenship papers.
Costello came to this country
from Italy at the age of four
and took out naturalisation
papers In 1925. According to his
own testimony last week, the
gambler did not list on those
papers his alias "Frank Severlo
the name under which he was
convicted for possession o a re-
volver.
That one conviction in 1915,
for which he served a year in
jail, is the only legal blot on
Costello's record. Although he
has Been arrested many times
since, he has never been con-
victed again.
There is also the chance that
Costello's bootlegging activities
during the 1920s might make
him liable to deportation, on the
ground that he was Involved In
a "conspiracy" to break the law,
committee members pointed out.
Costello said under oath last
week, however, that he was not
engaged in bootlegging at the
time he took out naturalization
papers.
(NBA Telephoto)
BACK FROM PATROL Two light tanks, attached to the 8. z5th Division, return from
a patrol behind enemy lines. They ran along damaged railroad track* north of the Han
River. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff photographer Ed Hoffman.)
Marksmen Hold Fire
But Hunting Dog
Dies on Rifle Range
To marksmen shooting en
the Far Fan rifle range yes-
terday the black-and-white
hound looked like a good
hunting dog lithe and fall
of energy when he showed
up unex p e c t e d I y in the
"ready" area.
Marksmen held their fire.
Bat the handsome dog stop-
ped too, equivered and stag-
gered about for a moment,
and then fell dead.
Preliminary inspection of
the aaimal's body indicated
he was an apparent victim
of snakebite, but the rifle-
men could not be sure.
No owner arrived to claim
the dog.
The attempted burglary early
today of the Oovernor's House
and a successful burglary at the
Balboa Heights residence of
Supply and Service Director L.
B. Mobre were being investigated
today by the Canal Zone police.
Police, however, discounted a
burglary report from the U. 8.
District Court, a report made af-
ter a damaged door jamb was
discovered In the Law Library of
the court building. The door Jamb
had been damaged recently dur-
ing the moving of some furniture,
police found.
The attempted burglary of the
Governor's House was frustrated
when the barking of the dog
aroused the Governor's
Thomas, of the U. S. Consulate
staff. The screen in one door had
been cut.
Newcomer Is reported to have
called out when he heard the
dog's frantic barking and fright-
ened off the would-be thief or
thieves.
No dog, however, wakened Mr.
and Mrs. Moore who slept while
a burglar ransacked the upper
floor of their house, helping him-
self to several hundred dollars
worth of money, Jewelry and
clothing. He took a bottle of milk
and some bread, drank all of the
milk and ate most of the bread.
The Moore residence Is located
about half way between the Gov-
ernor's House and the upper wing
of Gorgas Hospital, In a group
with three other official houses.
This burglary was committed
sometimes between midnight and
8:30 a.m. It was discovered when
Moore found his razor missing
when he was ready to shave. He
began a search and discovered an
adjacent dressing room in dis-
order.
Clothes and a suitcase were
taken, a watch was gone and $100
in cash had been taken along
with a wallet. The wallet and all
the papers it contained were
found under the house. The thief
also apparently had tried on, and
discarded, several pairs of shoes.
Entry to the Moore house was
made by cutting the screen of
the front door and unlocking the
door from inside with a key which
had been left in the lock.
TOKYO, Mar. 19 (UP) United Nations spearheads
jabbed close to the 38th parallel today amidst signs that
the Communist armies are pulling out of South Korea al-
together.
Several patrol clashes were reported in the central
sector around Hangye, 13 miles south of the parallel, but
censorship cloaked details of other Allied thrusts along
the 140-mile front
An 8th Army spokesman said the United Nations
forces established new holding positions 17 miles from the
38th parallel and sent patrols "miles" farther north.
4-Day Spring Camp
For ROTC Students
Begins at Ft. Kobbe
Approximately 180 boys from
both sides of the Isthmus this
morning began a 4-day spring
camp at Fort Kobbe. They are
fP'i members of the Junior ROTC
Wilson Sees Mighty
Armament, Civilian
Plenty By 1953
WASHINGTON, Mar. 19 (UP)
Defense Mobillzer Charles
Wilson, in a copyrighted Inter-
view with the magazine 'United
States News and World Report"
said that In 195 3 the United
States will have "a really mighty
array of weapons ready to fight
an all-out war."
In the same year, Wilson said,
the United States not only will
meet defense production require-
ments "but ought to be able
actually to expand our output of
civilian goods."
He also said he forsees no run-
away Inflation; no rationing Is
planned; conscription of labor
has never been considered; wage
and price controls are not per-
fect yet; and a controlled mat-
erials plan, applying to steel,
aluminum and copper, undoubt-
edly will be in operation this
summer.
Without elaboration, Wilson
also said he had received the
Rreen light from President Harry
S. Truman on his program,
"especially on this debt control
business that I have been work-
ing on." He said by debt control
he meant "interest rate credit
control."
Wilson said It Is planned to
superimpose a defense material
production program of about
$50,000.000,000 a year on civilian
production of about $275,000,000,-
000 income.
units in Balboa
High Schools.
and Cristobal
Dr. Brin Leave for OAS
Meeting in Washington
The Panamanian Foreign
Minister. Doctor Carlos N.
Brin, left the Capital City by
plane this morning for the
United States.
Dr. Brin will head the Pan-
ama delegation at the Wash-
ington conference of American
States, to be held In Washing-
ton.
Albrook Helicopter
Seeks Remains. Finds
Stranded Americans
A stranded archaeo logical
p.rty was discovered this morn-
ing at the Atlantic Side town of
Code del Norte by a military
group hunting remains of a ske-
leton found last week in the
mountains of the Donoso area.
The party was that of Dr. Mat-
thew W. Stirling, director of the
Smithsonian Institutions Bureau
of American Ethnology. With
him were Mrs. Stirling and Rich-
ard H. Stewart, staff photogra-
pher for the National Geogra-
phic magazine.
They were located by Capt. Hal
J. Basham, Albrook helicopter
Army Graves Registration of-
pilot while he, Lt. M. R. Wagner,
fleer and Jos Herrera of the
Panam police, were trying to
locate natives who had found the
skeleton last week. The bones
may be those of a fighter pilot
lost in 194 or a P-39 pilot missing
for almost three years.
Dr. 8tlrllng, who is well-known
here for his past archaeological
surveys, told Basham that his
cayuco had capsized In an un-
named river last Saturday be-
tween 15 and 20 miles from Co-
de del Norte. A good part of the
expedition's equipment was lost.
Stewart was flown out to Co-
ln by the Air Force helicopter
and Dr. and Mrs. Stirling will
continue their trip down river to
the Atlantic coast.
Meanwhile the military party
learned that the natives who
had located the skeleton, the
skull and a bone of which they
brought into Coln last week,
had returned to the Jungle. An
attempt will be made to locate
them anl the military party will
return to Code del Norte on
Thursday. If the rest of the ske-
leton Is found lt will be taken at
Albrook field for possible identi-
fication.
The ROTC, members met at
the Balboa High School at 9
a.m. and were taken in busses
to the Kobbe barracks where
they will be quartered.
During the four-day camp
the first to be held here the
boys will be housed in the bar-
racks, fed In a regular .troop
mess and will have the usual
duties and responsibilities of a
serviceman.
The eadets will be oriented
and drilled, will have a platoon
firing program, train on the
close combat course and will
stage a review on the last day
of the camp.
Brazilian Aviatrix
Reaches Tocumen
Flying From New York
One of the most famous wo-
man filers of Latin America,
Anesia Plnhelro Machado, land-
ed at Tocumen airport at 11:15
a. m. today.
Miss Plnhelro Machado Is the
wife of Brigadelro Antonio Ap-
pel Neto of "the Brazilian Air
Force. 8he is flying from New
York to her home In Brazil a
7,000-mlle Journey.
With her the aviatrix brought
a personal message for Presi-
dent Arnulfo Arias from Alberto
Lleras Camargo, Secretary-Gen-
eral of the Organization of Ame-
rican States.
Meanwhile a North Korean
communique, rebroadcast from
Moscow, said: "Units of the
People's Army, together with
Chinese volunteers, continue to
wage fierce battles on all fronts.
"In the Seoul area units of
the People's Army are Inflicting
big losses on the enemy in man-
power and material, and are
waging stubborn battles norm
of Seoul."
Tank led patrols of the 8th
Army met only scattered, light
resistance from Communist rear-
guards covering the withdrawal'
of 200,000 to 250,000 Chinese and
Korean Reds.
Intelligence reports Indicated
the Communists had abandoned
Chunchon, seven and one half
miles south of the parallel and
their last major base in Korea,
in a retreat into new defenses
Just north of the old frontier.
Military necessity may fore
General Douglas MacArthur to
make his own decisions about
crossing the 38th parallel in
pursuit of the Reds. It looks as
though the 8th Army will reach
the frontier before United Na-
tions diplomats reach a deci-
sion.
Some quarters here believe
MacArthur will conclude there
is no bbjectlon to his crossing
the frontier if the United Na-
tions takes no action soon.
Though Britain has been pic-
tured as opposed to a new cross-
ing of the parallel Lt. Gen. Sir
Horace Robertson, commander of
the British Commonwealth
Forces, said he had not received
orders not to go north of it.
In another afternoon raid on
Kapyong, 32 miles northeast of
Seoul, Shooting Stars claimed an
estimated 300 Communists kill-
ed or wounded In a troop con-
centration In the town.
Planes destroyed four loco-
motives and 50 rallcars today in
early morning attacks made be-
fore the trains had hidden la
tunnels for the day.
Slaphappy Sailor Takes AF General
To Task For 'Subversive Activity'
HONOLULU. Mar. 19 (UP).A 26-year-old sailor who
sUpped an Air Force general "15 to 20"timesi and hust'ed
him to police headquarters in the beUef he d caught a
Communist agent was forgiven today by the officer who
praised his "crusading spirit." ... _
"It was just one of those absolutely fbulous thin*
that cant happen, but it did," said Maj. Gen. David M.
Schlatter, Commanding General of Research and Devel-
opment in the Air Force.
Schlatter. who still sported a red mark on his left
iowl and a ouffed upper lip as evidence of the incident,
MM "hold's "no brief against" Storekeeper Third Class
Edward C. Burt, Jr.. of Hibblng, Minn., "except for the
possible embarrassment to the two services.
"I am not going to prefer charges against the sailor
because obviously he had a bit of the crusading spirit,
SClThe'general, who stopped over in Honolulu en route
to Washington from Korea, left his hotel this morning
for Hickam Field where he was to board a plane for
"The* sailor's "crusading spirit" came to light when
he marched the general into police headquarters early
Yesterday saying. "I got the Number One Communist in
the Islands here. I want an Investigation.
Burt was turned over to Hawaii Armed Services Fo-
lleo a moment later when Schlatter produced identlfica-
tl0nBPo*th'Burt and Schlatter were attired in mufti and
Burt told Armed Services Police he had V""; tn
general's motives when the general asked him Are you
happv in your job? If not. whT don't you join my out-
fit and I'll get you some gold braid.
Burt said he figured anyone who was sidewalk re-
cruiting that early in the morning belonged to some
"subversive organisation." ... ... _
The sailor said he asked General Schlattei tor( Iden-
tification, but the general refused. Burt sad b tapped
Schlatter "15 to 20" times and took him to the police
to*ABNaV* s'pokesman said the Navy education program
"probably was responsible" for Burl's, ovenealousness.
Like other sailors, and soldiers. Burt was trained to
be alert for "Anyone running down the services' or trying
to get servicemen into subversive groups, the Navy said.
Newsmen were not permitted to Interview Burt who.
the Navy said, would probably be disciplined by a cap-
tain's Mast, the Navy's lowest court martial.


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Next US A-Bomb Experiments
Will Be Held Far Out at Sea
BY JOSEPH L. MYLER
o
WASHINGTON. Mar. 19 One
of the next series ol United States
atomic tests may be under-water
explosions set off far at sea.
Chairman Gordon Dean of the
Atomic Energy Commission has
hinted as much.
He also made it clear that
whatever atomic weapons have
been perfected so far, others arc
In the planning- stage which
must be proved in the field.
Dean also indicated the AEC is
considering new test sites. It now
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Europe May Revive
Hansealic League
By HAROLD GUARD
{UP Staff Correspondent)
LONDON (UP) Holland Is
draltlng plans lor revival of the
medieval Hanseatlc League ol
North Sea and Baltic ports to
regulate shipping and port rates
and prevent cut-throat compe-
tition.
The plans have been prepared
by the Dutch director of ship-
ping to include the port of Lon-
don.
Britain has not been ap-
proached officially on the plan
but Informed quarters said the
port of London has been "as-
signed an important place In
the proposed league."
They said the plans envis-
aged a revival of the Han-
seatlc League, whose origin
could be traced back to the
l'th century, when it emer-
ged as a federation of riorth
German maritime towns
agreeing to protect .their
commerce by sea and control
of the Baltic.
By the 14th century, the
league had expanded Into ter-
ritorial divisions embracing the
entire North Sea, Baltic and
English Channel ports.
Subsequent wars In Scandina-
via and Germany brought about
Its gradual decline and final
disintegration In 1629.
Informed quarters said the
port authorities in Berlin and
Hamburg had Indicated they
would be ready to support the
sion tested what it called "dar-
ing new designs" of atomic weap-
ons. They were said to be six
times more powerful than the ci-
ty smashing atom bombs of
World War II.
The other test site is on
Frenchman Flat about 85 miles
from Las Vegas, Nevada. Five
weapons exploded there In late
January and early February. Of-
ficials have said that at least
some of the designs detonated In
Nevada were weapons for use a-
galnst armies in the field.
Dean, however, refused to con-
firm this. In fact, he refused to
say'anything about the Nevada
weapons except that they were
not hydrogen bombs.
Of the forthcoming tests, he
said: /
"It is always possible we will
take a bomb out In the middle o
the ocean and drop it off; or we
might take It out in an airplane.
I doh't want to rule out any plac-
es."
In 1946 two test bombs were ex-
ploded at Bikini, east of Enlwe-
tok. One was an air burst, the oth-
er a shallow under-water explo-
sion.
A deep- under-water blast also
was scheduled at Bikini, but was
called off for reasons never fully
explained. One reason may have
been the fact that the atom-
bomb stockpile In 1946 was a lot
smaller than most people dream-
ed. It has grown rapidly since. 8o
Dean's "middle of the ocean" re-
mark may mean that a deep un-
der-water test Is back on sched-
tilo.
There have also been unofficial
reports the commission wants to
find out for sure what would
happen if an atom bomb went oil
undct ground.
Slide-rule expert* have figured
out probable effects of an under-
ground explosion, but scientists
always like to conform their cal-
culations experimentally.
revival of the Hanseatlc League
idea but so far there had been
no reaction from Belgian ports.
The Rotterdam chamber
of commerce was said to
have proposed a meeting in
March or April to discuss
the plan.
Sponsors of the plan were
said to he anticipating that a
restoration of west German
shipping could lead to a revival
of pre-war German shipping
competition which the league
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By JACK V. FOX
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LONDON, Mar. 19. (UP) The
recent crash of a Royal Air Force
transport In Sweden has furnish-
ed further proof that passengers
would be far safer if seats were
turned around in airliners so
they would be flying backward*.
British aviation engineers con-
tend.
The seats were so arranged In
.he RAF twin-engine Vickcrs
Valetta which crashed In Swe-
den. All of the 19 passengers sur-
vived, as did the pilot, although
the co-pilot was killed.
This was the second such ex-
perience for Uie RAF, which now
equips all Its new transports with
the seats facing the rear.
Last December 24 a four-en-
gine RAF Handley Page, with
the backward eating, crashed
near Benghasl, Cyrenslca. Five
ant ef six crew members were
lulled. They were facing for-
ward. The 25 passengers escap-
ed with hardly a scratch among
them.
Lord Pakenham. British minis-
ter of civil aviation, will urge a-
doptlon of the backward seat sys-
tem at a conference of the air
worthiness division of the Inter-
national Civil Aviation organi-
zation in Montreal on March 20.
Engineers say they have proof
that it Is far more dangerous to
depend Just on a safety belt,
which permits the head and up-
per portion of the body to be
thrown forward against the seat
In front. A sudden shock In the
reverse arrangement pushes the
entire body into the soft cushion
of tne seat.
The tremendous obstacle to be
overcome, of course, Is the cau-
tion of the airline operators, who
fear the effect on passenger
sales There are two main argu-
ments advanced:
1No airline likes to draw
attention to the fact that it Is
possible to crash. No company
would ge ahead with the plan
while its competitors retain the
present seating system.
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mong many people against
moving backwards, be it by
train, plane or otherwise. Ma-
ny contend that it makes them
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There have been no exhaustive
tests of the physical effects of
flyinp backward but both the
RAF and the US. Air Transport
Command have made small-scale
Investigations.
Both found that very few per-
sons experienced any real physi-
cal discomfort once they became
accustomed to the Idea and a
majority thought the view from
a plane was better because the
wing and engines no longer obs-
cured sight.
Under the backward flying
technique .seats would be about
three times as sturdy as required
by present regulations. Safety
belts would still be used.
If the International aviation
uroup adopts the Idea, It is be-
lieved more likely that It would
be made to apply only to new air-
liners being put into service ra-
ther than require the expensive
and technically difficult Job of
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way to play a particular suit may
depend on the cards you hold In
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if East plays a low heart?
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heart s. Nevert h e 1 e s s, South
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known New York expert played
the hand, he wasted no time on
the correct play of the hearts.
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honors were.
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club with a high trump, and then
drew the rest of West's trumps
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finessed dummy's nine. If East
could not win, the hand was over.
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free finesse In any of three dif-
ferent suits. He could lead a
space to the ace-queen, a club to
the king-Jack, or a heart to the
combined ten-ace of ace and
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THB rANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIL NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
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CIO Executive Resolution Flays
Peron For Closing Of La Prensa
Voice' Sit/7 Beams Sfalin
To Europe In Cuckoo Clock
WASHINGTON, Mar. 18. I UP)
The Voice o America, in a gay
mood, today pictured Josef Sta-
lin as a cuckoo in a clock.
Tne Voice's version of Stalin
the cuckoo intones the time
the clock strikes and a voice
says:
"This Is Josef Stalin. It is now
officially two o'clock."
A ;econd voice comes in:
"This is Matyas Rakpsi. Now
The CIO Executive Board in
Washington has pledged its sup-
port to efforts for the restoration
of a free press In dictator Juan
D. Peron" Argentina, according
to word received here today.
The pledge is contained In a
Resolution on the Suppression
of La Prensa."
E. German Reds Purge
250, 000 Likely Titos
By EDWARD M. KORRY
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and everybody, absolutely every- that; 8taHn has saidtt is two o'-
body can be sure it is official.
The satire against Stalin is in
a skit beamed to eastern Europe,
where people are
like political barbs. The Voice
gives them plenty.
The propaganda broad cast
starts by recalling a story about,
a Hungarian clockmaker. He has
developed a cuckoo-type clock
that hourly displays portraits of
Stalin and Hungarian Commun-
ists, and reproduces their voices.
In the Voice skit, a Russian is
Inspecting the latest cuckoo
clock. It strikes 12 and a scrat-
chy voice says:
"This Lb Josef Stalin. It is now
officially 12 o'clock."
The Russian inspector thinks
this is fine but he gags at what
happens next. Out pops a picture
of Matyas Rakosi, secretary gen-
eral of the Hungarian Commu-
nist party. He says it's one o'cloc-k.
"It won't do," screams the
Russian. "This Implies Stalin and
Rakosi are equal."
The clock maker performs
some hastv repairs. At two o'clock
clock, it is two o'clock.
A third voice says:
"Now that Stalin and Rakosi
supposedto have said it's two o'clock, this is
Alexander Zold. Minister of Inte-
rior saying it is two o'clock.''
The Russian approves.
"These official statements,'' he
says, "can not be repeated too
often."
At eight, the clock really goes
off. A gong rings, a cuckoo sounds
off. an orchestra plays the Inter-
nationale, and Stalin. Rakosi and
Zold assure everyone that l* Is
officially yes, officiallyeight
o'clock.
The clock-maker explains he
set the big show for eight b--
cause that is the hour the Hun-
garian worker reaches home.
"He used to get home about
six," he says, "but then with the
present norms he gets home a-
bout seven; and now probably
with the new norms it won't be
until eight."
Very clever, says the Russian.
He promises the clock-maker the
1951 Stalin prize for clocks.
GOP Leader Charges RFC Has
Lost Millions to US Govt.
WASHINGTON Mar. 19. -Sen. George D. Alken R.. Vt
said today the Reconstrucvion
Finance Corp., Mm lost "hun-
dreds of millions" of dollars of
the taxpayers' money and has
beeh bailed out of many bad
loans by other government agen-
C He made the statement as RFC
assistant controller Willard E.
Unzicker disclosed that he has
resigned because "conditions not
of my making ... have destroyed
my usefulness to the RFC He
accuseu RFC directors of "nasiy,
unbusinesslike actions that
made an "administrative mei
".'two of the directors. C. Edward
Rowe and Walter E. Cosgriff, art-
scheduled to testify tomorrow
before the 8enate Subcommittee
investigating "Improper mf.u-
ence" to obtain RFC loans. Their
testimony will close the inquiry,
t least for the time being.
Alken denied claims made in
some quarters that the govern-
ment-lending agency has opera-
ted "in the black." He also charg-
ed that the RFC and its officials
"got involved in politics, favori-
tism lncompetency and possibly
He told the American Gem So-
ciety in a speech that the RFC
was baUed out of a number of
bad loans when other govern-
ment agencies, particularly the
Defense Department and Mari-
time Commission, bought the
property on which loans <
Biade.
Some of these purchases were
aie "at a great deal more'
worth, he added.
Unzicker said he handed hi*
resignation to RFC Chairman W.
Elmer Harber Friday. He said he
acted mostly because Donald W.
Smith, deputy executive mana-
ger, ordered him to submit by to-
morrow a full plan for measures
to correct RFC fiscal policies
throughout the entire organisa-
tion.
Unzicker said he offered to take
over the responsibility of HEC
controller without the title pro-
vided he was given authority to
run the office without "undue in-
terference." He said the offer was
not accepted.
Unzicker said the job calls tor
a man who will take "drastic and
dramatic action to restore order-
ly business-like operations." Sucn
a man might be hard to find, he
said, because of the current Jn-
vestigatlon.
Unzicker hu been* with the
RFC since it was set up in 1932.
He has been in the controller's
post since early this month.
The Senate Subcommittee,
headed by Sen. J. William Ful-
brlght, D.. Ark., called Rowe in
connection with testimony alven
by another RFC Director, Walter
L. Dunham.
Dunham told the committee
that Rowe asked him to resign
and be "the goat" for actions of
the agency's board which led to
the investigation.
The resolution reads:
"The free world has witnessed
another dismaying Inciden
the march of dictatorship against
democratic institutions. This
time it is the calculated destruc-
tion in Buenos "Aires of "La Pren-
sa," the foremost newspaper pub-
lished in the Spanish language,
one of the distinguished newspa-
pers of the world and the largest,
most influential dally paper In
South America.
"In defiance of tHe Peron re-
gime "La Prensa" maintained an
Independent editorial policy in
conformity with the principles of
a free press as they are under-
stood by democratic peoples. )n
retaliation the management of
"La Prensa" has for many
months been subjected to a va-
riety of harrassments inspired by
the government and calculated to
make it subservient to Peron s
administration or to cause its
suspension.
The Peron dictatorship has
proceeded along lines with which
the iabor movement is familiar
First the free trade unions are
suppressed, political opponents
are driven out, then one by one
the democratic institutions are
attacked.
"The final blow has been
struck. "La Prensa" has been un-
able to publish for nearly two
months. The publisher has been
Indicted on fictitious charges. Pe-
ron's police have taken posses-
sion of "La Prensa's" plant. A
manufactured Incident camou-
flaged as a collective bargaining
dispute provided the pretext for
seizure. Peron's effective weapon
was a captive workers' organiza-
tion in no way directly con-
cerned with the publication o
"La Prensa" a tool of the gov-
ernment masquerading as a trade
union. It was a delegation of re-
presentatives from such puppet
groups that was refused admis-
sion to the Inter-American con-
ference of iree trade unions held
in Mexico City last January.
"The CIO Executive Board de-
plores the closing o "La Pren-
sa" which U another step in tbe
development of Peron's dictator-
ship We pledge our support fcr
whatever efforts may be devised
In free nations in Latin Ameri-
ca, through the United Nation,
or within the United States lor
the re-establishment of a free
and independent press as a ne-
cessary part of the restoration of
democracy in Argentina. "
LEIPZIG. East Germany. Mar.
19 (UP). Special five-man
Party courts of inquiry have
purged 25,000 East German Com-
munists in a drive which began
Jan. 10 to erase "bourgeoise na-
tionalism" according to a party
member here.
He said the party checkup will
last till June and will result in
about 250.000 members .losing
their cards. East German Com-
munisi membership totalled 1.-
800.000 before the purge began,
according to Allied estimates.
The Eastern purge is being ex-
ecuted in conjunction with si-
milar cleansing in West Germany
which has cost six State partv
chairmen their Jobs in the past
two weeks.
Party members here admitted
that in one case at least In
Gera, Thurlnpla the entire
central committee of 25 members
has been fired and that "Tito
type" sentiments were strong on
in the northern province of
Mecklenberg as well,
In Leipzig Itself a prominent
party member, Prof. Walter Mar-
kov of the University of Leipzig,
was purged last week. Though he
still retains his post in name
oarty members said he no longer
had any classes at the Univer-
sity. ,
Markov spent some time in
Yugoslavia and was accused of
becoming infected with Titoist
doubts about the supremacy of
the Soviet system which is being
imoressed upon East Germany.
An official Darty announce-
ment of a purge early this year
urged investigating authorities
not to allow their checkUD to be-
come routine, but to scren each
member Individually carefully.
The result has been a gruelling
experience for most members al-
ready screened.
The question and answer ses-
sion lasts two hours. Party mem-
bers said failure to explain cor-
rectly or accept completely anv
facet of the Soviet international
line or the internal Communist
policy means loss of member-
ship.
Particular interest is given to
the member's attitude a.bout the
Oder-Neisse boundary with Po-
land. Party officials admitted the
acceptance of the Russian-dic-
tated decision to hand over a
large slice, of German territory
to the Polish Communist govern-
ment caused more resentment
and aroused more nationalism
than any other action taken.
Perhaps even more important
however is that the party leader-
ship wants to cut down the un-
usually large, number of persons
in the party, who are classified as
property holders."
Merchants and traders now
make up 37 per cent of the party,
almost balancing the 38 per cent
of workers. One party official
said: "To be strong we must get
back to the supremacy of the
work workers, whom we can trust
to do what they are told."
Associate Judge Joseph R.
Jacksdh, of the United States
Court of Customs and Patent Ap-
peals, recently ruled to the ef-
fect that Argentine beef livers for
use In the manufacture of phar-
maceutical preparations may be
imported into this country duty
free.
Rome's Catholics
Mark Palm Sunday
VATICAN CITY. Mar. 19. (UP)
Tens of thousands of Catholics
bearing palms and olive branch-
es went to mass in bright sun-
shine yesterday in observance of
Balm Sunday, which inaugurates
Holy Week.
Pope Plus XII celebrated mass
at 7 a.m. in his private chapel
and later received 4,000 Catholics,
Including employes of the Postal
and Telegraph Service and the
Italian National Bank, in group
audience.
Palm Sunday processions In
con.memoration of Christ's tri-
umphal return to Jerusalem wers
held at the four patriarchal ba-
silicas, whose sacred Images were
covered with red and purple
drapes in token of mourning icr
Christ's Passion.
In the afternoon. Nicola Car-
dinal Canall sat on a throne in
the Basilica of St. John-ln-the
Lateran and touched with a long
rod the worshippers who knelt
befo-e him. giving them complete
remission for all venial sins.
A special palm presented to the
Pope was in the form of a plant
with artificial flowers and an
"Agnus Dei" (the Lamb of the
Lord) nestling among its brancn-
es. Similar palms were presented
to the cardinals living in Rome.
The largest crowd of worship-
ers gathered at St. Peter's, where
the traditional palms were bless-
ed and distributed by Fredenco
Cardinal Tedeschlni, Arcrvi-iest
of the Basilica and his assistants.
Small churches In Rome ami
throughout Italv distributed cllve
branches like those which .vcre
waved In welcome to Christ when
he returned triumphantly to Je-
rusalem.
The Pontiff received his palm
from Monsignor Canisio Van
Lierde, the Pope's newly-appoint-
ed Vicar for Vatican City.
The leaves of the Pontiff's
palm were provided by the Bres-
ca family of San Remo, on the
Italian Riviera, in accordance
with a custom dating back to
the 16th Century reign of Pope
Slxtus V
The Papal palm was specially
treated after it arrived from San
Remo. It was elaborately plaited,
ornamented with flowers and
painted with miniatures In the
medieval fashion by the nuns of
the Santa Prassede convent in
Rome.
Father Of 4 Defies
So. Carolina KKK
Warnings, Tells FBI
GAFFNEY, S.C., Mar. 19, (UP)
William Cook, 34. Gaifney me-
chanic who was told last week to
change his ways in a letter signed
"KKK,'' today defied his would-
be assaulters "to come and get
me."
The father of four, who Uves
near here, said "they know where
I live, if they want me they ought
to come and get me." He said he
was ready to protect himself and
his family.
Two days ago three bullets
were pumped into his parked car
during a pre-dawn attack while
he and his family slept. This fol-
lowed a letter on stationary with
printed letterhead "South Caro-
lina Ku Klux Klan" warning Cook
to stop "throwing away your mo-
ney on liquor and beer and do
better___or we will be seeing
you."
The letter charged Cook wasn't
supporting his family, which he
denied. He turned over the letter
to FBI.
ma-
J. Edgar Hoover Says
Red Threat to US
Security Looms Large
WASHINGTON, Mar. 19 (UP) .
The Communist threat to the na-
tion's Internal security "looms
large," FBI Director J. Edgar
Hoover warned yesterday.
But, he said in an interview,
there has been "no evidence to
date" of Red-directed sabotage.
Sabotage compilante have in-
creased more than 600 per cent
In the last year but painstaking
investigation found some of the
damage resulted from accidents,
some from practical jokes, and a
few from deliberate intent aris-
ing from spite, jealousy or per-
sonal grudges, Hoover said.
He praised the alertness of
patriotic Americans reporting the
suspected acts and cautioned
that "vigilance cannot be relaxed
even for a minute."
"The Communist threat to the
nation's internal security looms
large." he said. "The very fa/*t
the nation has been free, up to
now, of Communist-directed sa-
botage, does not mean the future
will hold the same.
The Communists are dedicat-
ed to overthrow of the American
svstem of government. Sabotage
Is one of their most potent wea-
pons. Thev will not hesitate. If
the occasion warrants, to use that
method.
As the clearinghouse for sabot-
age reports, the FBI received and
Investigated 294 in the six-month
period ended Dec. 31. 1950. con-
trasted with 44 in the cor-
responding period of 1949.
"The increased tempo of the
nation's defense effort hu ac-4
counts, in large measure, for the
rise." Hoover said. He said they
involve everything from train
wrecks to water valves, from
damage to ocean-going vessels to
explosions. *U are promptly and
thoroughly Investiee'ed In some
instances, verv ere" ve investi-
gations were required.
WhHe House Shelter
'mwoved: Should
Withstand A-Bombs
chamber is provided for the Pres-
ident. There are cooking facili-
ties and space for storage o me-
dica! supplies. Heavy, double
steel doors which are gas proof
form the entrance.
The shelter, burled deep below
the White House, has steel-en-
forced conorete walls nine fee*
thick. Presumably it would pro-
tect its occupants against virtu-
ally any type of explosive.
WASHINGTON. Mar. 19, (UPi
An elaborate radio, telephone
and telegraph system has been
Installed in the White House air
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY. MARCH 19, 151
Albrook-Curundu Gun Club Wins Annual Big Bore Rifle Classic
faffray Takes High Score;
tarris; Of Marines Second
The deep throated bark of the .30-06 rifle was^ heard again
yesterdav at Empire as in years past as 47 shooters turned out
for The Match of the Year." A new champion team was crowned
this year u the small but consistent aggregation from the Al-
brook-Curundu Gun Club fired 741 to turn back the threat of the
Marine Barracks Gun Club first team which was right behind
them with 737 The favored Balboa Gun Club first team Was in
ffi See with 732 in a tight finish which either of the three
tMms could have won up until the last scores were posted.
Due to the Pacora maneuvers the 45th Cavalry, last year's
champs, could not be present. However they would have had no
easv time against the scores fired yesterday as all three of the
top" teams averaged well over 180 per man. Top cores this year
wire well divided between civilian and military competitors,
nejther one dominating the meet.
Bill Jaffray. Air Force civilian of Albrook-Curundu took high
Individual award, but had to fall bck on his rapid fire score to
tnt out Bob Harris ef the Marines who took cn^,"%Bi"
and Bob finished up neck and neck with 188 each. Balboas Fred
Wells was right behind them with 187. and he had to outcount
Clayton Brechon of the Balboa 2nd team to take the medal, as
the* big sergeant also fired 187
Major Donald Callahan of the Marine Barracks pun Club
was Executive Officer, and was assisted by members of his own
outfit as well as some of the Balboa Junior members. The range
was well handled, and the weather was fine, although slightly
wjndv and the competitors seemed to enjoy themselves as they
usually do at this beautiful military range.
The new champions, the Albrook-Curundu Gun Club, with
a small membership, have done some fine shooting during recent
years The club is unusual in that, although located on an Air
Force Base. It is made up of Officers. Airmen, and Armed Forces
civilians. The team that brought home the bacon consisted or
an Air Force Master Sergeant, an Air Force clvlllsm. and two
Army civilians. By co-operation between ml'tary and clvllans
they have overcome many obstacles, and M/Sgt. Gil Kemm, the
club President stated that the fine and selfless co-operation this
"* aggregation has always received from the Balboa Gun Club has
alto been a factor in the team's success.
The breakdown of the team scores is as follows:
ALBROOK-Cl'Rl'NDU No. 1 Wow Rapid Total
Bill Jaffray .................... g J33 188
M/Sgt. Gil Kemm.........'...... 53 133 86
Earl Mitchell .................. P 131 84
Bob Deming .................... 52 131 J83
Team Total ............................... 741
. MARINE BARRACKS No. 1
Robert Harris................... 57 131 188
J. R. Weeks .................... 54 131 185
A. P. Pompura .................. 50 132 }8
Paul LaRochelle ................ 52 130 JK
Team Total................................ 7S7
BALBOA No. 1
Fred Wells ..................... 52 135 187
Al Joyce ................. 52 131 loJ
SturdyTodd.'................... 52 130 112
Archie Turner ................. 51 129 ^180
Team Total..............................." 732
BALBOA No. 2
Clayton Brechon ........'....... 54 133
Wayne Lucas ................... 51 133 lM
Jack O'Connell ................. 49 129 178
Lyman Jackson ................. 48 129 J77
Team Total ................................ 726
MARINE BARRACKS No. 2
J. 8. Zembroski ................ 53 133 188
Jack Ellis ...................... 83 131 184
W. Donaleskl ................... 51 128 179
W. E. Way...................... 51 123 174
Team Total ............................... 723
' MARINE BARRACKS No. 3
r R.Bross........................ 53 131 184
F.L.Wiggins ................... 50 131 181
L. H. Pratt ..................... 48 129 177
J.S.Reslde..................... 53 114 167
Team Total.................................. 7M
AMADOR ARMY
I. D. Foster..................... 52 123 175
5 Dodd ........................ <6 128 174
8. Aycock....................... 52 120 172
M. Bulger ...................... 44 126 J70
Team Total ............................... W1
BALBOA No. 3
C. B. Peterson .................. 52 125 177
Ted Albrltton .................. 48 126 173
Tom McNeill ................... 42 23 165
Tom Fogarty .................. 50 no in
team Total .......... ................... "O
ALBROOK-Cl'Rl'NDl' No. X
Virgil Worsham................ 47 123 170
Howard Stockett................ 51 119
Cliff Brewsler .................. 46 123 189
Bill Merrlman I Incomplete >..... 46 1 126
Team Total................................ 535
CRISTOBAL
Noel Oibson .................... 47 125 172
Len Heiuke.................... 51 120 71
rD^r.:::::::::::::::::::: B J8
Team Total ............................... 623
".INDIVIDUALS
R. C. Stringer.................. 51 128 179
O. H. Duckworth .............. 51 127 178
Lew Ryan ..................... 52 118 l .0
J. Dillon ....................... 48 121 .189
O. Roush ....................... 48 120 168
Irvln F. Schrunk .............. 49 119 68
O. R. Clements ................. 46 117 163
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Plummer Scores Easy Win
Over Washed-Up' Acevedo
* *
mer players now carrying the
Summit banner.
For Panama it was Just one
of those things: their team of
paper stars didn't have the shots
when the chips were down.
Amador ,in walloping Brazos
yesterday, finished third, just
Final Standings
Davis Summit Brazos Amador Panama Total
Summit Hills.
Panama. .
Amador. .
Brazos Brook.
Fort Davis. .
20'.j
20
10
9 \k
20>
26' 2
9/2
3>/2
23'/a
29
16 %
13',2
26
4
26
20
10
4
8fi>2
83
63
55
12
Summaries
WINNERS AND NEW CHAMPIONS the Summit Hillsgolfers po *^t^<%[^ fffi j!Xe?
S^^ row< R
* *
Summit Wins Inter-Club
Championship First Time
today for the first time In Isth- year with so many of their for;
mlan Golfing hlstorv they were
Inter-Club champions.
The Summltteers started out in
front five weeks ago when they
knocked off Brazos Brook at Fort
Davis and then they went post
to post in the contest, never los-
in a match.
The matches came to a close
yesterday over the marvelously-
condltioned Panama course with
Summit bouncing the battered
and bruised Fort Davis con-
tingent 26 to 4 and Fort Amador
knifing through Brazos Brook 20
to 10.
Amador20
B. Lombroia-Barr..... 2
Hammond-Beall..... 1
Starrett-Brothers..... 1'/?
Phillips-Sharp....... J
Graham-Flemming. "2
V. Lombroia-Garriel. ... 2'a
J. Williams-Wood..... 3
Forrest-Miranda..... >
2
up. Brazos, of course, was fourth
for the simple reason that Davis
was In the field.
At
Brazos Brook10
Barbaro-Plal.......1
Oallndo-Hoverson.....2
Wood-Paul Engelke. ... 1*4
Byrd-Kenway......1
Geo. Engelke-Noonan. IJ4
Schiebler-Brown...... n
French-Day.......0
Morland-Carnright. ... Vt
Williams-Puller......0
Worley-Mathle8en.
yesterday's triumph for Sum-
mit was but an antl-cllmax. They
had beaten Panama for three
points the week previous In the
match that told the tale and
against Davis It was just a ques-
tion of how many points they
would pile up-
It was surprising. In fact, that
they got only 26 points since Pa-
nama had walloped the same
team by a 29 to 1 measure but
the margin was more than
enough since Summit still had a
8"2 point edge over Panama
when all the totals were worked
out.
For more than 30 years pana-
m and Fort Amador have taken
turns wrapping up the Inter-
Summit, a graduate of the old
Pedro Miguel Club, now hai the
trophy out In that territory for
the verv first time but the
Sweater OJrls were saying around
the clubhouse last night that
they like It out there and that
they have no Intention at all of
relinquishing It.
But that, of course, was after
the sixth keg was tapped...
20
Summit Hills26
George Riley-Hochstedler. 2><2
Mahoney-Blshop.....3
Thompson-Lally...... 3
J. Rilry-Le Brun.....3
8mith-Moran. .
Saarinen-Richmond.
Spaln-Rldge.....
Jankus-Judson. ...
Trim-Trim.....
Mullrr-Durham. .
Exhibition
Results
SATURDAY NIGHTS GAME
At Miami
R H E
Giants 0O0 000 5005 8 1
Dodgers 010 001 2004 9 1
Bomberger, Kennedy, Jones
and Noble.
Newcombe, Moore, Labine, and
Campanella, Edwards.
At San Diego
Indians
010 000 104 000 0-10 .14
8. Diego
000 030 021 000 06 14
Oromek. Olsen,
Murray.
Jones, Jurislch,
Llnaman, Kerr.
1
Chakales and
Schulte. and
YESTERDAYS GAME*
At St. Petersburg
Phillies 000 000 005-0 4
Cardinals 000 001 OOx -1 5
Sam Bankhead First
Negro To Manage In
Organized Baseball
FARNHAM, Que.. Mar. 19 (UP>
Sam Bankhead, brother of
pitcher Dan Bankhead of the
Brooklyn Dodgers, became the
first Negro manager In organiz-
ed baseball when he signed Sa-
turday to lead the Barnham club
of thp Class "C" Provincial
Lean tie.
(EDITOR'S NOTE Bank-
head played shortstop with the
championship 1948-49 Spur Co-
la team of the Panama Profes-
sional League.)
Bankhead will play as well as
manage. He hit .292 as shortstop
for the Homestead Grays of the
Negro National League last sea-
son and will play that position
for Farnham.
Bankhead also was manager of
the Grays' leading them to pen-
nants in 1949 and 1950.
Dan Bankhead. who had a 9-4
record with the Dodgers last sea-
son, was a JC-game winner with
Montreal of the International
League in 1949. Dan started play-
ing baseball with Memphis in
the Negro American League. He
also played with Nashua of the
New England League and 8t. Paul
of the American Association be-
fore moving up to Brooklyn.
3
1
2V2
3
3
2
26
Fort Davis4
Kullkowskl-Zllkle. .
Hunter-Blegs.....
Doerr-McCarthy. .
Higginbotham-Nelson.
Llvingston-McCracken
Bradley-Cantrell. .
Schultz-No Partner. .
C. Thompson-Hlpson.
Slaughter-Evancoe .
Mahdeville-Mau. .
1
10
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0
u
0
0
2
0
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1
'2
Panama's Federlfo Plummer
pounded out an easy ten-round
unanimous decision over Cuba's
one-time world featherweight
championship aspirant. Miguel
Acevedo, last night at the Pana-
ma Olympic Stadium before ap-
proximately 3,000 fans.
The Cuban, who weighed In at
exactly 130 against Plummer's
128. was slow and seemed un-
certain about the style and type
of attack to employ. In other
words, he was at a loss about
taking the offensive.
To this writer Acevedo appear-
ed to be "washed-up" with only
his vast experience remaining. He
Is still a good defensive fighter,
being to block or "roll" Plum-
mer's best punches to the head.
However, Federico scored re-
peatedly with solid blows to the
midsectlon.
Our scorecard showed Plum-
mer winning six rounds, two even
and two in Acevedo' favor. Ace-
vedo had a clear-cut margin in
the third his best round
when he opened a cut under
Plummer's right eye.
The Cuban also had a slight
edge In the sixth when Federico
seemed to tire momentarily.
Plummer took the last two
rounds although he appeared to
be tiring fast.
At 128, Plummer was not half
as effective as In his previous
bout at 132 against Kid Allen .His
blows seemed to lack the steam
and pile-driving Torce that
caused fans to sit up and take
notice that night. Plummer, now
a ful-fledged lightweight, should
concentrate on fighting in the
135-pound division.
The semifinal was a one-sided
affair. The bout last two mi-
utes and ten seconds as hard-hit-
ting Leonel Peralta had too many
guns for Teml Olaclregul.
Olaclregul, 134'2, came out
flirhting and tried to slug It out
with Peralta, 132'4. After the
first exchange, Peralta clipped
Teml on the Jaw and he went
down to the kness. Olaclregui
staggered to his feet but another
barrage felled him again. Teml
went down one more time before
the final knockdown.
Referee Mendoza stopped the
bout but Olaclregul was out. He
could have tolled away all night
and Olaclregul would not have
been able to get up.
Melanio Pacheco. 114. earned a
unanimous decision over Leslie
Green, HS'A, In a four-round
preliminary. Pacheco was more
aggressive and landed the more
solid blows.
The first four-rounder on the
card was more comical than any-
thing else. It had the fans howl-
ing up to the last minute. Cisco
Kid, 112!2, eked out a unanim-
ous decision over Baby Innlt,
115'/,, mostly because of two
knockdowns scored In the third
round.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Casablanca $7.20, $5, $2.60.
2-Vlllarreal $6.40, $2.20.
3Duque $3 20.
SECOND RACE
1-Batan $4.80, $2.60, $2.60.
2-Eloina $3.60, $2.40.
3Stella $2.60.
First Doubles:
(Casablanca-Batan) $17.
THIRD RACE -
1-DalUa P. $2JJ0, $2.20, $3.20.
3El As $3.40, $2.20.
3Danubio $2.20.
Third Race One-Two:
(Dalila P.-El As) $11.60.
FOURTH RACE
1Bljagual $9.20, $5.80, $3.80.
2Luck Ahead $5, $4.40.
3Risita $4.60.
Fourth Race Quiniela:
(BIJagual-Luck Ahead) $23.40.
FIFTH RACE
1Welsh Fox $3.60. $2.40. $2.20.
2Beduino $3.60, $2,20.
3Hurlecano $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1Lituana $20.80, $7.60, $5.
2Wild Wire $4, $3.
3In Time $3.40.
SEVENTH RACE
1Hortensia $31.60, $7.
2Mandinga $22.40.
Second Doubles:
(Lituana-Hortensia) $378.20.
EIGHTH RACE
1Alto Alegre $9, $4, $4.
2-Suavo $9.40, $4.
3Polvorazo $2.60.
Eighth Hace Quiniela:
(Alto Alegre-Suavo) $67.40.
NINTH RACE ,
1'Tip Top $5,20. $320.
2Camaru $4.20, $3, $2.40.
3Blido $2.60.
Disqualified and placed sec-
ond.
Ninth Race One-Two:
(Camaru-Tlp Top) $S6J0.
TENTH RACE
1Romntico $2.80, $2.60, $2.20.
42Pajarito $6.20, $3.
3Cacique $2.60,
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Helen B. $2,40, $3.20.
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PRESIDENT AND MM. ARIAS AND PARTY
MAKE TRIP TO PANAMA'S INTERIOR
Th. President of Fniw. Dr. ff^il.u^r^ hart
and s iroup of their friend; 'f"8*"*"' *'*"
the attended the Patronal Pestlvel of that Tillage.
Miae Core Hotteea
At Tea .
Entertaining a large group of
her Mends at her new apartment
on Fourth at July Avenue. Miss
Sue Core was hostess at a tea
given Saturday afternoon.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs.
Christine Tull. Mlai Kay Clark
and Miss Mildred McMahon;
also Mrs. 8. 8. Irvin, Mrs. L. B.
Sartaln and Mrs. E. W. Haekett,
who served coffee and Mrs. Ernie
L. Pavne. Miss Elolse Monroe and
Mlu Sara de la Pena who pre-
sided at the tea service.
Return from El Valle
The Charge d'Affalres of the
United 8tates and Mrs. Murray
M. Wise returned last evening
from a week-end visit in El Valle.
Visitors Leave
For Guatemala
Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Cran-
shaw of West Newton. Massachu-
setts, left Sunday by almlane for
Guatemala, after a visit of four
days with Dr. and Mrs. Norman
W. Elton on Herrlck Helehts.
Thev are makina an air tour of
Caribbean countries and. after
stopmng In Guatemala and Cu-
ba, thev will sto to Miami and mo-
tor from Florida to their home.
Dr. and Mrs. Alton's dauahter.
Laura, was married recently to
Philip W. Cranshaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cranshaw.
Mrs. Gets Hostess
At Luncheon _-.
Mrs. Lawrence Oetz of Bella
Vista gave a luncheon yesterdsv
at the Hote Tivoll in honor of
Marth Fletcher, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Fletcher of Gam-
boa. following her confirmation
at 8t. Luke's Cathedral in Ah-
eon. With Martha, Mr. Get?,
entertained her parents and her
brother, Robert. Miss Dorothy
Moodv. Mrs. William Hprne and
Miss Florence Peterson.
aented with a Chinaje Jewell box
The luncheon was held at the
Hotel Tivoll Saturday, and those
Keient included: Miss Helen
ulse Dudak, Miss Oeraldlne
Archer, Mn. Allen Miller, Mrs.
Dale BUhop. Mra Herbert San-
born. Mrs. Howard Engelke. Mrs.
James Hunter. Mrs. Jack Law-
less, Mrs. Herbert Driscoll, Mrs.
Robert Lesslack, Mrs. Joe Fields,
Mrs. Alberta Lattlmore, Mrs.
Keith Ryll. Mrs, Areta Wright
and Mrs. Frank Warner.
RirthdaV Party
Mrs. Arvln J. Janssen enter-
tained about 30 children at a
party given Saturday afternoon
at her home In Balboa) for her
daughter. Patricia Marie. In ce-
lebration of her fifth birthday
annlversay. Mrs. Janssen was
assisted by her sister. Mrs. Ed-
ward Silo.
After the Intermission a draw-
ing for the door prises was heid.
The grand prise, donated by the
Knights of Columbus, was a Wag-
ing blender won by A. Mallelt of
Balboa. Other prises were don-
ated by the following merchants
of Panama: I. L. Madurito. Casa
Motta Basaar Hindustan. Na-
tional Distillers, Nueva India, Ca-
sa Foster, Eastern Basaar, Villa -
nova, La Parlslenne, National
Life Insurance Company, V.M.C.
A, Gift Shop and Lt. Col. James
T. Murray.
Tower Club Dinner
This Evening
The Tower Club will meet for
dinner tonight at 8:30 in BUhop
Morris Hall of St. Luke's Cathe-
dral. Dr. Lawrence Johnson. Su-
perintendent of Canal Zone
schools, will be the guest speak -
er.
Officer Wives Club
Meet at Fort Kobbe
The Fort Kobbe Officers Wives
Club held Its monthly luncheon
Thursday at the post Officers
Club. The hostesses were the
Mesdames Allen, Newhall. Oswald
and Parmeley.
Mrs. Earthman, vice-president.
Introduced the Ruests and new
members. Mrs. Howard Ross was
a guest of Mrs. Rippert, Mrs. Ber-
caw the guest of Mrs. Puthlll.
Mrs. Walter Bess the guest of
Mrs. Bess and Mrs. Kaska the
guest of Mrs. Bryant. New mem-
bers are the Mesdames Christian-
son. Greaowitz. Brash and Ween-
er. Members present numbered
63.
After the luncheon a musical
program was presented by En-
rico Jlmeno and Hans Janowlta.
professors of voice and piano,
respectively ,at the Panama Con-
servatory of Music.
Visitor Entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. Straus
Otto F. Hlldebrandt of Chi-
cago. Illinois, who is making a
cruise on the 8.S. Empress of
Scotland was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert J. Straus of Bal-
boa Friday. Mr. Hlldebrandt Is
Grand Secretary of the Suoreme
Council of M. 0. V. P., the Grotto,
and has visited the Isthmus, of-
ficially, several times.
Honoring; their guest Mr. and
Mrs. Straus gave a small lun-
cheon at El Rancho and a small
cocktail party at El Panama Ho-
tel.
Luncheon Honors
Mrs. Spreadbury
A group of her friends In the
Personnel Division gave a lun-
cheon for Mrs. Wendell Spread-
bury who has transferred recently
to another division. 8he was pre-
Many Attend
St. Patrick's Day Ball
Several hundred "Irishmen"
and their friends attended the
St. Patrick's Day Ball held Sat-
urday night at the Hotel Tivoll
under the auspices of the Pana-
ma, Balboa Council 1371, Knights
of Columbus. Acting District De-
puty Justin H. Patrick and Grand
Knight Joseph L. Hickay and
members of the committee In
charge of the ball Invite all who
enjoyed it to be present at the
Columbus Day Ball which will be
held later this year.
Danny Cox and his company
sang a program of Irish songs
during the evening. The first
public rendition of Mrs. Thomas
Foley's new Irish song was given
by the composer and Thomas Fo-
ley and his famous shlllalah ap-
peared In an Irish skit, Music for
dancing was furnished by Dick
Slouclner and his orchestra.
Cauldron Meeting
Tomorrow Night
Hamadan Cauldron No. 73 is
to meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the
Pedco Miguel Lodge Hall.
There will be a penny social af-
ter 'he meeting and all members
and their friends are cordially
Invited.
Rebekahs to Meet
Tuesday
Isthmian Rebekah Lodge No. 1.
will meet tomorrow at 7 p.m. lr -
stead of tonight, In the Balboa
Lodge Hall.
Duplicate Bridge
Tonitht at Diablo
All bridge players are invited to
take part In the weekly duplicate
contract bridge tournament to
be played tonight at 9:45 at ;he
Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
m up
Your Hearts
FOURTH FOR ELLIOTT Elliott Roosevelt and his fourth
bride (shown above a few minute, after their wedding in
Miami Beach, returned from their Cuban honeymoon yester-
day, but took off by plane a short time later forewY.rt.
The second son of the late President married Cal"rnia di-
vorcee and heiress Mrs. Mlnnewa Bell Ross last Thursday,
The couple s.id they planned to return here tomorrow {
begin work on their new home In the Florida Keys,
Red Officers Miss
Death In Explosion
In Albania Parade
ROME, Mar. 19, (UP) A state
of emergency has been pro-
claimed in Albania following the
eniolon of a time bomb under a
reviewing stand for Russian nnd ]
nan officials, the Italian
newspaper II Poplo said today.
II Poplo said 17 persons "a
few policemen and curious by-
standers" were killed.
The hl""it (vr'"n,'H r'l* n "n -
rade commemorating Albanlin
Ked Army Day. Russian and Al-
banian dignitaries* had left me
stand. The platform was torn to
splinters.
The newspaper said 40 persons
were arrested immediately ai'd
executed without trial and more
than 1,000 others were thrown in-
to prison or sent to forced labor
camps.
The attempt at mass assassin-
ation of Communist officials va*
the climax of a "series of disor-
ders In various parts of Albania,"
II Poplo said. It laid the unrest
to "economic conditions of tr-o
population, wh1''"- '" 'he lowest
i nd the lack of food."
Husband Mart Lists 125 Men,
But Heiresses Say No Dice
Army Withholds US Casualty
Figures, Pearson Staff Says
HBDIIf BD IDCAV'tU CTIIT
WASHINGTON.Mar. 19.
Twice we have reported that the
Arrov Is withholding from the
public the true picture of Amer-
ican- casualties In Korea. Twice
the Army has vigorously denied
our charges and heatedly de*
nounced us for printing them.
The first time, we replied sim-
ply by publishing the secret
testimony of MaJ. Oen. G. E.
Armstrong, Deputy Surgeon Gen-
eral of the Army, who gave the
true figures to. the Senate Ap-
propriations Committee behind
closed doors. The figures that he
gave on page la of the secret
transcript were the same that we
used. The Army backtracked, ad-
mitted Armstrong's furores but
claimed they were "flash fig-
ures."
Now for the second time, we
are compelled to reply to the Ar-
my. Here la our answer, point by
point:
1. The Army denied our state-
ment that unreported casualties
-would Increase our casualty fig-
ures by nearly 50 per cent."
Answer If anything, we un-
derstand the-facts ,as demon-
strated bv the Defense Depart-
ment's own figures, On Jan. 23.
Secretary of Defense Marshall
announced that replacements for
Korea were averaging 15,000
monthly. Yet at the same time
the official casualty figures were
averaging less than 5.000 month-
ly. Since the Army had no rota-
tion system, there was no need
for replacements, except for ca-
sualties. Here are the official
monthly casualty totals that the
Defense Department has an-
nounced for the Army. Marines.
Navy and Air Force Combined:
September. 11.799: October. 3,-
447; November. 2.793: December.
7 734: January, 4,101 and Febru-
ary, 3.287.
2. The Army admitted that
noncombat casualties are not an-
nounced, but explained that "the
By DREW PEARSON'S STAFF
O
are returned to duty after treat-
ment."
Answer This Is also true of
battle casualties. The Army
boasts that 80.2 per cent of Its
battle casualties have been re-
turned to duty. So. by the Armv's
reasoning, the-battle casualties
also should not have been an-
nounced.
3. The Army denied as "ab-
solutely false" our report that
General Walton Walker "wasn't
counted as a casualty because he
happened to be killed in a jeep
accident."
Answer The source for this
was Maj. Beatrice Parker, who is
paid bv the Army to answer press
queries. The correct answer de-
pends upon which Army spokes-
man you listen to. However, all
Army spokesmen agree that non-
combat casualties are not count-
ed and that Walker was killed
in a Jeep accident behind the
unes. If Walker was indeed
counted as a combat casualty, it
wasn't fair to the other unsung
noncombat casualties.
4. The Army also branded as
"absolutely false" our charge
that "nearly 12.000 men are still
missing who have not been listed
in the casualty reports."
Answer We did not dream
up this figure, but got lt from
the Army's confidential reports.
Even Sen. MacCarhty has paid,
his respects to the accuracy of
our Pentagon sources. As we
pointed out in our story, the 12.-
000 figure includes men who are
missing from their units without
leave and does not mean all 12.-
000 are missing In action.
5. The Army admitted our
statement that 5,800 frostbite
cases are not included in the of-
ficial casualty lists, but claimed
this was generally known.
Answer it wasn't known to
Major Parker, official Army
spokesman, who was surprised to
learn that frostbite cases were
not counted as casualties, even
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A- Cookson. Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour,
New Cristobal.)
RUNNING AWAY
"Judas then having receiv-
ed the sop went Immediately
out: and it was night." 8. John
13:30 Read S. Mark 14:10-21.
The events of Holy Week prov
ed too much even for the most
intimate disciples of Jesus. But
for one of them In particular
they brought about his complete
undoing-Judas ran away from
life, The way of Reality The
Cross, was too much for him, so
he ran.
Judas saw himself up against
ultimate and final realityand
he sought the cover of night. He
fled because he could not stand
to face himself in the real world.
The suicide had already begun
the moment that he turned his
back on Christ. He resigned from
Ufe.
There are times for us all when
the stark facts of life as a whole,
of our own particular situation,
or of our own real inner nature,
seem too much for us. We run. as
Judas did. for cover. Do we try to
escape Into a world of make-be-
lieve of day-dreams, solitude, our
work, drink, drugs, anything to
give us a refuge from reality. It
takes courage to face the inesca-
pable facts of God, of sin. of
character, of decision, a Cross if
need be, a person's own soul and
his ielationshlp to Jesus Christ.
Don't run. Stand by. Take hold
of life. Face the music. Begin
with the facts. Dwindling for-
tune, diminishing health, age
creeping up. Increasing tempta-
tion a difficult decision, diffi-
culty of life itself. Face lt, and
dont run from it. But face the
other facts, tooGOD, and fai'.h
and the way believing in God and
obevmg Him turns life into clear
sailing for those who believe and
obey, so that* you are victorious
In the same life which swamps
other people. Face this fact: thai
life is a problem that was never
mean to come out without God
Judas ran away.
MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. Mar.' 13,
(UP) A young ex-model said
today his new business of "selling
husbands" has attracted scores
of young bachelors but no Uch
spinsters and widows.
Stan Farber. 25, said he was
disappointed that no wealthy
and lonesome and unattached
women had come shopping since
his business was publicized this
morning.
"A couple of curious fema.es
did drop by." he said, "but they
wanted me to set up a business in
the reversea wives for sale
Farber said he hatched up the
"husbands for sale" business
when "I was thinking of how to
get a rich wife for myself."
Farber said he accepted appli-
cations from "at least 125" un-
married men for a chance to step
on the auction block. Farber told
applicants that he planned to
stage the auctions at a Miami
Beach Hotel and that his "organ-
ization" would take a 10 per cent
cut from the sale price.
He said he wasn't certain whe-
ther his idea "would or could be
established as a regular busi-
ness."
"It depends a lot on the out-
come of bids on me. Then, too,
there are a lot of legal angles to
work out." the dark haired, ha-
zel-eyed young man said. "For
Instance, there's the problem of
the sales tax. I think the sale
would be exempt because the mo-
ney would be considered a wed-
ding present." i
"Of course." said Farber. "I'd
look like an awful jackass if I
didn't get any bids."
"Ninety-nine per cent" of the
men. ranging from 21 to 51 vers
old. he said, exoressed their will-
ingness to offer themselves s
cve,--iovlnc hubbies to the wom-
an who will produce the most
cash.
"The other one per cent," Fnr-
taer said, "represents a few men
who have been divorced once or
twice and told me they don't want
to be burned again."
Farber claimed women of all
tvpe think the Idea Is "terrific."
"Many told me they thought lt
was a unique anoroach to an ae.'-
old problem. Others say lt Is 1 he
answer to a maiden's prayer."
"I think the idea Is hilarloui,"
one spinster on the street said.
But on second thought she add-
ed, "I wish I had the money."
,BabsrWoimhrow
Grandpa's Dough
Away on Hubby. Igor
NEW YORK, Mar. 19. (UP)
Dime store heiress Barbara Hut-
ton has said she wouldn't give
her fourth husband a financial
settlement in exchange for a di-
vorce because she had no right
to "throw away grandpa's mo-
ney."
The blonde heiress arrived by
plane from Mexico City and in-
dicated she wasn't too upset over
her failure to win a quickie di-
vorce from Prince Igor Troube;-
zkoy.
"I am In no hurry at all for a
divorce," she smilingly told re-
porters, adding that she had no
plans to remarry.
Miss Hutton, hatless and dress-
ed In a dark blue dress and a fu.l
length mink cape, posed good na-
turedly for photographers. 8he
Jokingly protested that she look-
ed "terrible" as they took closeup
shut*.
"I'm going to ask Cary (her
third, husband, Cary Gran'..)
What I should put on my face,"
she said. "The film stars get a
break.
Reporters asked Miss Hutton
If she had offered her royal hus-
band a settlement In exchange
for a divorce. Her attorneys
charged he wanted $3,000.000.
"No," she said, "I have not."
"That money belongs to my ion
some day," she said. "It was iny
grandpa's and I have no right to
throw lt away."
"Would you say the prince was
taking this ll.ke a bad sport?" a
reporter asked.
Miss Hutton burst into laugh-
ter.
"That's a masterpiece of un-
derstatement," she said. "Forgive
me, but that was such a funny
question."
Mhs Miss Hutton's divorce ac-
tion in Cuernavaca, Mex., is now
deadlocked in the courts and the
judge is expected to throw out
the case on the grounds 'hat
neither Miss Hutton nor her hus-
band Is a resident of Mexico.
(NEA Telephoto)
NO PICTURES, PLEASE Star witness Frank Costeilo (lean-
ing forward at witness table at right) testifies before the
Senate Crime Investigating; Committee In New York. Costeilo
objected to the television cameras, which were switched off.
With Costeilo Is his lawyer. George Wolf. At the committee
table are Sen. Herbert O'Conor (left) of Maryland, and Sen.
Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, the committee chairman.
s,. ,/v
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...ONLY IN LANDS WHERE TIMt
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CAN SUCH ARTISTIC^
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pAsruews
'NAM
7hs/i
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obvious reason ""is that a large! though awarded the Purple
majority of non-battle casualties' Heart.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 47 -M" lUMI Fiuuu
No 43.17 Caatral Av. Calta
FOR SALE
Automobile


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
tOU SAL:1949 Ford Custom Tu-
dor V-B, color dark g.o. tour
brond now tirot. elostic jCO covers,
jurside rear viow mirror, radio, o-
itiolr A-l condition. Poy onlv
$430.00 down ond drive it owav.
Your FORD, MERCURY. LINCOLN
DIALER COLPAN mOTOAS
Tol 2-10J3
FOR SALE: Chiysler 1949, New
Yorker, ustd one yeor, cost new
S3 600. radio, seat coven, best
offer over $2,000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653.
Balboo. ______^____
FOR SAL: 1946 Chrytler Now
Yorker tordor sedan, color fray,
fluid drive, radio and four brand
now tiro*. Dollar for dollar you
can't got a boftor buy! Your FORD.
- MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc.. Tol.
2-1033._____________
FOR SALE: 1946 4-door sedan,
Boick Roedmosler, car iust over-
hauled in very good condition. $1.-
250.00. Fmonce avoiloble. Call 3-
141 I, Cristobal. _____
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Sedan.
color flraon, four brond now tiros,
ouih button windows, nylon seot-
covors. A roal bargain! Only $400.
00 down ond drivo it iway. Your
LINCOLN DEAIER COLPAN MO-
TORS, Inc. Tel. 2-1033._____
OR SALE:1949 Buick 4-door so-
dan. Roadmaster, Dynaflow, radio,
fjtostic seat covers, low mileage.
' cor in perfect shape throughout.
$1,950.00. Can bo finance. Call
3-1571. Cristobal__________^^
FOR SAL:194S Chevrolet Tudor
Sedan, color block, four brand now
' Ms, radio. Excellent mechonicol
Condition. Thia cor is a "stool."
Only $345.00 down. Your FORD,
MCRCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tol. 2-
1033.___________________________
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Sport
. Coupe, $1.550.00. Coll 2-6338.
- Rose Hamilton, 3-6 p. m.
m SALE: 1950 Chevrolet Club
Coup*, color black, driven only 9,-
000 miles, food tiros, now soot
covers, on excellent buy. Must b*
soon to eoereciete! Your FORD
MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tol.
~?-1Q.____________
FOR SALE: I 9 4 7 Studoboker
- Champion 4-door .sedan, color
" 'dark bluo. four brant new tiros.
plastic scot covers, radio. An A-l
car! Only $360.00 down. Your
"FORD, MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc.. Tol. 2-1033.
FOR SALE.High flow oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
tolln. Tr*piduro Stores.
Y THE DOZEN:
Healthy New Hampshire Rod Chick-
ens 2 1-2-3 pounds. Tol. Pon-
oma 3-2555, 7 to 8 a. m.
BEAUTIFY YOUR GARDEN:
by applying Poultry manure. Tol
Panamo 3-2555. 7 to 8 m.
VHAT on THE HIT PARADE THIS
WEEK? PANAMUSICA HAS THEM!
"Tennessee .Walt3." Wo have it by
Guy Lombardo ond also by Anito
O'Doy. "My Heart Cries For You"
Al Morgan. "IF." We have it
by Dean Mortin, Perry Como ond
by Jon Garbcr. "Bo My Love."
Ours are by Billy Eckstine, and by
Ray Anthony. "Harbor Lights."
Shep Fields and His Rippling
Rhythm. "Zing Zing Soom Zoom"
by Perry Como ond also by the
Andrews Sisters. "You're Just In
Love" by Russ Cose, and also by
Perry Como.
Come and get 'em! We're open til
10 P. M. every day. PANAMUSICA.
S. A.. Centrol Ave. neor tho corner
of "J" St.
MOUDRY S ORCHID OARDINS, OR-
CHIDS FOR EASTER. Local ord-
ers for bouquets, corsages, etc.
stotes orders accepted before Wed-
nesday, Morch 21st. Phone Cris-
tobal 1033, night or day, all thru
week.
FOR SALE:1 lorge bond sow with
1-H.P. Heovy Duty motor, 25
cycle. Phone Balboa 3478.
FOR SALE:'35 M. M. Mercury Ca-
mera. f2.7 lense with photoflosh
unit, leather case, good condition,
comolete, $27.00. Call Ponama 2-
1030.
f
FOR SALE:New Zenith combina-
t on Rodio and all speed record
player 25 cycle. Eosily converted to
60 cycle. Call 2-3628.
WANTED
Miseellaneoii*
WANTED:Ride from Panama City
to Colon. 5:30 to 6 A..M. Mondov
thru Friday, every week Box 19
Cyrundu. C. Z.
WANTED:Cop.able person, willing
to teoch English shorthand cor-
rectly. Write Box 1462, Panama.
LESSONS
POR SALE:1949 Nash "660" Tu-
' dor Sedan, color groan, four now
tire*, excellent mechanical con-
dition. An A-l car, good of new!
! Only $460.00 down ond drivo it
way. Your FORD. MERCURY.
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN
-MOTORS. Inc.. Tal. 2-1033..
FOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
vert "b'e. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
lo 302.__________________________
POR SALE:1941 Buick Sedanette
Super, color block, four brand now
tiros, radio, outside roar view mir-
ror. This car i* liko now on ex-
cellent buy! Only $460.00 down.
Your FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS,
Inc., Tal. 2-1033.
SPANISH LESSONS by Professor
CLARAMUNT. For. information
piease coll Balboa 1303 between
1:00 and 3:00 afternoon.
FOR SALE:2 Chevrolet 1947 4-
door sedans. 1 Chevrolet 1942 I
1-2 ton Stake Truck. The Texas
Compony (Panama) Inc. opposite
Coe Cola. Tel. 2-0620.
FOR SALE:1941 Da Soto four door
sedan, color dork bluo, four brand
n*w tiros. A cloon car! Como in
dtivo it and wo know you'll
rkc St! Only $430.00 down. Your
ORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DIALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc.. Tol. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: 1941 Hud Sedan. Good condition. $300. Coll
Albrook 4196. Qtr^ 256-.
FOR SALE:Automobile 1950 88.
"Oldsmobile convertible, new con-
d tion, Qucrters 84-B, Albrook.
Phone 86-4123.
FOP SALE:Hud-.on Commodore 8,
-1948. 4 door sedan, block, leath-
er upholstery, duty paid, $1.200.-
.00. Can be financed. Call Panama
3-3323.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
A fine opportunity to learn from the
best. Harnett & Dunn Ballroom
donee Studio. Balboo YMCA or call
247-3105, mornings.
PERSONALS
Friendship club donee Hotel Pan-
American El Voile. Jimmy Dunn's
Orchestra, featuring Harnett &
Dunn Ballroom donee team. Satur-
day, Morch 31st, 8:00 p. m. 75f
per person. For reservation call Mr.
Lum. Panama 2-2446 or Mr. Dunn
274-3105.
Wanted Position
Avoilcble Moy. Experienced Spanish-
English Executive Secretary nd
Correspondent. Rapid, accurate
Steno. Licensed Translator. White
Panamanian. College grad. Excellent
. foreign ond local references. Thor-
ough knwoledge shipping, legol-
eommercial, insurance, export-im-
port and sales promotion. Good ap-
pearance and contacts. Consider
port-time. Box 818, Ancon.
FOR SALE:Horley Davidson motor-
cycle, type 45. 1931 D- Luxe mo-
del. 800 miles. New $850.00. Call
Bello Vista Garage. Peru Avenue
No. 99. Tel. 3-1618, Tel. 3-3475.
After 5:30 p. m.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment SlfiO.fJO
Monthly $15.00
% Lois With Paved Street Frtwe
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h For Rent H*avv Qutpment
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m We Rent Lo' *t .on*. Terms
B Lots Ctub at S3 00 and 44 00
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afiin.t
THE M. V. -GALANTE- her ensines.
boilers, taekle. furniture, tc.
Roonegdsjtjt.
IN ADMIRALTY
No, 4317
CITATION
WHEREAS. on the 13th dar *(
March, ltiil. Charlea t. Remires, proc-
tor for Libelenl, Panama Acendre Coin-
pan, a Corporation, filed Rem libel
in the District Court of th* l'nit-d
latea for the District of The Canal
Zone acainst the M. V. "GALAS! K"
her boats, tackle, apparel end furniture.
In a cause of Contract Civil and Marl-
time.
AND WHEREAS, br virtu* of oro-
eras in. tfje form of la, to me directed,
r-turnable on the 4th dar of April, ivil.
I have seized and Uken the .id M. V.
"CALANTE" and hate her is car cua-
todr.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a
Diatrirt Court will be held In the
United States Court Room, in the City
of Ancon. Canal Zone, oh th* 4th dar
if April. 10S1. for the trial of laid pre-
mises, and the owner or owner*, and al)
persona who may have or claim my In-
terest, are hereby cited to be and ap-
pear a' the time and plac* aforesaiJ.
to show came, If any shey have, win
* final decree should not test a pray-
44
Jaha E. Huililnf
I'nl-ed g.l'u Manhal
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Serval refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand now. Still in its crate. Far-
macia La Esperanza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE:Portable sowing ma-
chine, $35. Portable typewriter,
$30.00. Ensign washing machine,
$25.00. House 215-C, Darien.
Ancon. Tel. 2-2809.
FOR SALE:Westinghouso refriger-
ator. 7 1-2 ft., 2 1-2 yr guaran-
tee, 25 cycle, after 2 p. m. daily.
Youngs, 5353-A, Davis St., Dio-
bio. ^
FOR SALI:1950 9 an. ft. Frlgidai-
to. 25 cycle $225.00
1947 7 cti. ft. Frtgidaire. 25 cycle.
$125.00
Konmoro Washing Machine, 25 cycle
$45.00
Heavy Oak Kitchen Table $00
2 Porch Scr..n. $5.00
6-Piece Lmnaroem Sot $100.00
Small amboo lot $5.00
Couch with cushions $10.00
electric Clock $5.00
Berry Keneefy 172-A
Now Cristobal. Phone 1-2171
RESORTS
Williams Santo Clare Hooch Cortagev
Two bedrooms, electr.c refrigera-
tion Rochos rorsooo- Phono Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except Week-enos.
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO in
beautiful El Valle. Cool Mountain
Air. Prices Moderte. Reservations
Tel. Pon. 2-111?..
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished cot-
tages, between Santa Clara ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3'42, Ponarro
or see caretaker.
PhflUas. Beech cottages. Sonto Clare
Box numbet 435. Balboa Phone
Panama 3-1117 t Cristobal 3-
1673
GRAMLICH'S Santo Ctsrg beach,
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
frigeration, moderate votes. Phone
Gamboo, 6-541 or 4-567
FOR SALE:One 25 Cycle Frigidoire
7 1-2 Cu. Ft. All porcelain, 100
Dollars. 419-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:G. E. Refrigerator, gas
stove, 4 burners, typewriter Under-
wood, baby crib, stroller, playpen:
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:Westinghouso Refriger-
ator $150. 18 months guarantee
remaining, 25 cycle. 12 inch 25
Cycle fan, $20. 16 inch 25 cycle
fan. $25. Phone 4-205. Apt. 12-
A Summit, across from C. Z. Ex-
periment Garden.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Ready for occupancy. 3
bedroom chalet, living-dmingroom,
2 bathrooms. 2 porches, garagt.
beautiful garden, almost 1.000 me-
ters of land. Recently pointed. Via
Belisario Porras No. 81. Inquire
11 5. Central Avenue.
FOR SALE:Beautiful lot at Santo
Clara two minutes from beach.
Excellent building site. Shady trees
Ceep well ond pump. Bargain price
See SHRAPNEL at Sonto Clara.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East end Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
privte entrance. No. 4 First St..
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mendet & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT:First floor apartments.
Suitable far office in Centrol Thea-
tre Building Panama.
ALHAMRA APARTMENTS for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
oportments. Contoct office No.
8061. I Oth Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT
- Rooms
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room. All modern comforts. Elec-
tric refrigerator. Bella Visto, No.
13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished big bed
room for two bachelors, private en-
trance, private bath with small Fri-
gidoire. Tel. 3-1648.
Atlanta Surgeon Due
Tomorrow For Visit
To Zone Hospitals
Dr. David Henry Poer, associate
In surgery o the Emory Univer-
sity School of Medicine at Atlanta
and an extensive writer In the
field of general surgery, will visit
Gorgas Hospital this week In con-
nection with the residency train-
ing program.
He Is scheduled to arrive to-
morrow and will remain on the
Isthmus until Mar. 28. He will
spend most of his time In staff
conferences and ward rounds at
Gorgas and will visit Colon and
the U. S. Naval Hospitals and
Fort Clayton Army Hospital next
week. He will also present a paper
at the Isthmian Medical Society
meeting tomorrow night.
Dr. Poer is now visiting surgeon
at Crawford W. Long Memorial,
Emory University. Georgia Bapt-
ist and Piedmont Hospitals and
St. Joseph's Infirmary and Chief
of the Surgical Service at Orady
Hospital.
4-Day-Old Paris
Transport Strike
Gains Momentum
PARIS. Mar. 19 (UPt. The
four-day-old transport strike
gained momentum today as
workers at two big railroad sta-
tions serving the western sub-
urbs went on a 24-hour strike
in sympathy with the subway
and bus workers.
The new strike on the electri-
fied suburban lines completely
cut off Parisians coming to work
from the outskirts of the city,
and affected, tens of thousands
of workers left without any
means of transportation.
Albrook Trounces
Army All-Stars In
Red Cross Benefit
BALBOA STADIUM. C. Z.. Mar.
19. The Albrook Flyers, with a
baseball record of 37 wins and 1
loss, yesterday avenged their only
loss as thev trounced the Army
All-Stars 11 to 5 In a Red Cross
benefit.
It was the same Armv team
which snapped a Flyer 20 game
winning streak back on Jan. 27,
at Beam Stadium by a score of
8 to 5. Since having their 20
game winning streak snaooed,
the Flyers have started another
winning streak which now stands
at 17 straight wins.
Cotton started on the mound
for the Flyers and went the full
nine Innin to receive credit for
the win. For the All-Stars. Gib-
son started on the mound and
was charged with the loss. s3tuz
came in the second Inning. Car-
penter In the seventh. Harten re-
lieved In the eighth and Mon-
talvo came In to pitch the ninth
for the AUStars.
It II F.
Fivers 110 043 020-11 10 4
All-Stars 200 030 0005 7 6
8tartln< Llnentms:
A? BROOK "I.YERS
Howard. If.
Houseknechf ss.
CbPtham, lb.
Williams, rf.
Solafant. cf.
Binch. 3b.
Stanley. 2b.
Corbin, c.
Cotton, p.
LUX
VENETIAN BLINDS
35 38 40 42 34 36 X 64 X 64 X 64 x 64 x 72 x 72 Inches Inches inches Inches Inches inches
IMMEDIATE Tel 3-1713 at DELIVERY 22 East 29th St
ARMY ATI.-STAKC
Alfaro. Ft. Kobbe. 2b.
Madeline. Corozal. ss.
Bettl. Ft. Clavton. 3b.
Lindley. Ft. Clayton, lb.
Worthlngton, Coronal, rf
Bereeson. Ft. Amador. If.
Young. Ft. Amador, c.
Beaudoin. Corosal, c.
Gibson, Coroza), p.
Funeral Services
Will Be Tomorrow
For Clara Straker
Miss Clara Straker, a well
known member of the Barbadian
community, died in Gorgas Hos-
pital yesterdav at 12:30 pjn. 8he
had been 111 for several months
Those planning to attend her
funeral services at Corozal to-
morrow have been asked to ga-
ther at noon at the home of her
daughter. Miss Stella Straker. at
No. 14 "M" Street In San Miguel,
Panama City.
Besides her sister. Miss Strak-
er is survived by a brother. C P
Straker. of Colon, a grnd'm
JamesN? 'nrandm?ir o hr
latlve o i he Isthmus and ii
Barbados.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
lUlftBtR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vis rispara. Near Juan Franco
Tel. 3-15*3
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
SLIPCOVERS
Caitoas-marle tor llvlafreeai
aott. Celebes A Cashlans
1*1 asa fisura year asaterlal
aeeOe. Sir* Estimate*
ale*to aran Pao i-iisi
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LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES eV ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factory Prices;
Porras
Plasa 5 de Maya
Panam. R. P.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA j,|
THE BEST FOR LESS
III f synchronise!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
Beer Loop Second
Half Race Should
Be Red Hot Battle
PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUE
The Standings
W L
Pan Liquido ............ 5 3
Lincoln Life ............ 5 3
Firemen's Ins........... 3
StarVHerald ....'....... 4 3
Elks ....................'4 3
CAA .................... 0 7
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3367.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 0 p.m.
No Change Noted
For Vandenberg,
Physician Says
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Mar.
19 (UP). Sen. Arthur H. Van-
denbers*, R.. Mich., lay in critical
condition today after losing
ground yesterday In his fluht to
recover from a critical lung ail-
ment.
Dr. A. B. Smith, close friend
and physician of the Senator,
said today that there had been
no chtnee" In his condition since
. estcrday.
Nev.-:men kert a 2* hour watch,
fhev resorted that t>. curlaiiu
Trying to predict a winner In
the second half race of the Beer
Loop Is going to be some lob as
five teams head down the home
stretch all within one-half game
of the lead. Pan Liquido and Lin-
coln Life lead the pack but only
by the narrowest possible margin.
CAA continues its losing ways
and flounders alone In the place
without a win.
Riding the crest of a five-
game winning streak, Lincoln
Life looks to be the dangerous
team, but their only consistent
winning pitcher, Olen Lee, leaves
for the States soon and they'll
have to lean heavily on Jim Orn-
at and Jim Wood, neither of
whom have been effective In
their appearances this season.
Joe Bongiorni is no longer with
the Lincoln Lifers and MacLane
has taken over the catching
chores.
The Pan Liquido Beerboys are
reportedly taking batting lessons
on -the side, and with three
pitchers to work with and the
team at full strength for the
coming tough games. Mgr. Mead
figures to wind up on top of the
heap. Boasting two straight wins
over the Elks Is their chief claim
to fame plus the 15-run larruping
of CA AFriday night at Miguel.
Next week's tough games with
Star* Herald and Firemen's In-
surance should separate the
sheep from the goats.
The Star St Herald sluggers
nounded out 7 runs in the first
inning of their crucial game with
Lincoln Life the other night but
neither Red Barnes nor Bob
Ganss nor the two of them com-
bined could stem the tide and
they dropped a close one 10 to 9.
Oanss has been called uo twice
in relief but has failed to stop
both Lincoln Life and the Fire-
men's Insurance.
Firemen's Insurance continues
to be a steady threat and but for
Lew Hllzinger's consistent wlld-
ness on the mound could win in
a walk likewise, without Hilz-
inger's hurling and heavy bat.
the Insurancemen Just don't
rate Mgr. Bowen has added
some new players to strengthen
his team for the stretch run and
is confident that his team is the
one to be reckoned with.
Pop Townsend's Elks, while
only a half game out of the lead
have not looked like their usual
selves this second half. Opposing
batters have been getting to
Cheney right often and some of
the heavyweights on the team
have been slowing up a little as
the sun gets hotter ^ind the
games tougher. Two tough games
this week should decide whether
or not they have a chance of re-
peating their first half win. For-
merly loaded with catchers, they
now have converted outfielder
Dick Soyster into a backstop, as
thev find themselves without a
regular catcher.
CAA has been hurt by Injuries
and players returning to the
States and have had to dig deep
Into their not too strong reserves
to get a team on the field for re-
cent games. Oeo. Tarfinger's
homerun production has been
cut to naught as rival teams
have moved their outfield-
ers way out in the long grass
where his long blasts are Just
flv ba.'ls with three or four
easy outs In each lineup. It's hard
to get the runs in even when
their good hitters are on the bases
every inning.
Plans are under way for a gala
softball celebration after the
season closes to award prizes and
honors and to throw the final
ball of the 1951 season.
A REVIEW IN HONOR OF COLONEL J. E. SLACK (second
from left), former Commanding Officer of the Atlantic Sec-
tor, was held recently at Fort Gullck. Col. Slack and Brig.
Gen. Francis A. March, Acting Chief of Staff, V. S. Army
Caribbean, inspected Costa Rican Armv students of the U. S.
Army Caribbean School at Fort Gullck. At extreme left
wearing helmet liner is Major Joseph A. Katallnas, who was
Commander of Troops at the preview. Sailors in the back-
ground belong to the Colombian Navy.
_______________________________ (Official U. 8. Army Photo)
Lipa Kresch Hits Rolls Royce
PeddlerOverHeadWith$2S0
"Are you going to buy one of
these here raffle tickets or would
you rather have a pineapple
through your window?''
Lipa Kresch, proprietor of the
Clarldge Cafe on Colon's Boli-
var Street, looked up nervously
irom his Panama American but
saw nothing more dangerous in
front of him than roly-poly Ar-
tie Farrell In his American Le-
gion cap.
Artie pushed a ticket across
the bar. Sign here!" he ordered,"
and give me 50 cents"
Lipa read the ticket, which
announced the raffling by Pan-
ama Canal Post No. 1 of the
American Legion of a Rolls
Rovce "Sliver Dawn" Sedan.
"Piker," quoth Lipa. "Gimme
five hundred of them there
tickets." And he handed over
$250 U. S. C.
Artie tells the story with un-r
diminished amazement.
"The guy must be meshugge.
He pays me $250 for five hun-
dred raffle tickets and then he
starts handing the tickets
around to his customers as If
they were race track bonds for
the municipality of Seoul "
Larceny Hearing
Postponed Because
Of DA's Illness
Preliminary hea ring of a
charge of grand larceny, brought
last week against three men for
the theft of Army multi-pair
lead-sheathed cable, was contin-
ued today until next Thursday.
The continuance was sought
because of the illness of assist-
ant District Attorney R. K. Ha-
zard, who is a patient in Gorgas
Hospital.
The three men, Jose Angel Dle-
quez. 21, Panamanian and his two
Colombian companions. Jose and
Manuei Murillo, were arres^d
last Tuesday night in the jungle
near Fort Clayton. Several
lengths f cut cable, a steel drum
which had been used as a smel-
ter and molten lead were found
nearby.
Another gentleman who re-
putedly has bought $250 Worth
of tickets is Captain C. B. Fen-
ton, dean of the Gold Coast
shipping agents. Captain Fen-
ton hopes to win the car but
one way or another he Is going
to get that Rolls. Reports from
the Atlantic Side underground
reveal that if one of his thou-
sand numbers (there are two
numbers on each ticket doesn't
play, Captain Fenton will make
an offer to the winner. He real-
ly wants that car.
Such covetous interest in the
Rolls Royce is quite understand-
able. It is perhaps the most Im-
pressive piece of automotive
equipment ever seen on tha
Isthmus.
Anyway It will be all over on
Sunday next because the new
owner of the car will the lucky
ticket holder of the right num- 4
ber in the lottery drawing of
March 25.
Artie told The Panama Amer-
ican that he is going back to
Colon tomorrow to see Lipa,
"Maybe he's run out of tick-
ets," the Past Commander of
Post No. 2 declared hopefully.
Well, for our money. Llpa's
short of something and it ain't
cabbage. But he must be a good '
Joe at that..
200 Catalan Workers
Held After Spain's
Living-Cost Riots '
BARCELONA, Mar. 19, (UP)
Some 200 workers are still in Jail
today after last week's living cost
strikes and riots here.
All other prisoners have been
released in a conciliatory movt
which observers believe Is de-
signed to stress that the Spanish
Government Is sympathetic to
the problems which caused t.ie
walkout.
But till it is able to find a way
out of the difficult economic .sit-
uation the Government maot
clear its intention to keep the
Catalan labor front In line. A <.ew
clv'l governor, Felipe Acedo, and-
a new Inspector General of me
Armed Police, Rafael Hierro,
have arrived here. Both hav
military backgrounds.
Workers are believed to be up-
set by charges of serious graft in,
for example, the distribution of
food. Several hundred thousand
head of cattle have reportedly
been smuggled to France ano
Portugal.
Observers are still not certain
whether Catalan workers will be
content to tighten their belts still
further while waiting for better
times.
were still drawn In the windows
of Vandenbergs rambling old
brick home In the once-fashion-
able section of Grand Rapids.
The foreign policy leader, who
will be 67 years old Thursdav.
suffered a relapse Feb. 28 wh"'-
convalescing from a series ol
iung and stinc oexaioj)4V
'JUST
OPENED
Jorct
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Routine Farewell
It's lee, they say. to ee him take It well.
TIm psrtlag. might have hart a lesser man.
T hear him talk, you'd And it hard to tell
That anything had happenedtome meo can
Repair hurt with extra draarhti of wine,
Ana Mmc by aeelunr newer, eager lipa
But hare la one, they say. who does not pine.
He's drained his cup et grief In hurried sips.
Yea do not see him sulking In his room,
The ache's forgottenthough It's but a wee,
You do not see him searching for the bloom
Of gayer lovehell turn no other cheek.
But they don't see me standing In the gain
T watch each shadow on your wlndow-pa!^^
The news that champ Sugar Ray would deliver 7 Runyon
Fund checks ($10.000 each) to Norway. Italy. Israel Ireland.
Scotland London and France. Interested reporters. What about
cancer research in Russia?" asked one.
"We'd allocate 10 Os to Russia," said the Runyon treasurer.
"If we thought we could get In."
You mean." paled Sugar. "If we could get out!"
Headline: "Dwnham Says He Was Cast As RFC Goat."
Jackass, old boy. Jackass.
In the Rough Rider Room (plug over) a group gabbed a-
bout Mrs. Evita Peroh, who is up for Vice-Presldent of Argen-
tina. (Vice Is correct.) _.
"I suppose." said George Shearing, "her theme song wmi
be The Lady Is a Tramp'."
A Club Room group were boohooraylng Flagstad's defeat at
the Met Opera and that she was oultting because "the acting
was too hard." \
"What she have to do," someone asked, "portray a non-Nazi?"
Ben Blue's furious at the Uubbermint. "Imagine," says
he, "spending all that coin on, the Kefaaver Conim, Just to
fiad on* what's happened to Joe E. Lewis' salary!"
We know a fellow with a terrible Inferiority complex.
Poor gny thinks he's crasier. than his pychiatrlst.
Leo Fold tells it at the Hablbi. About the actor with the
wanderlust, who left his apartment one night to buy his wife
a ually Mirror. He remenea 15 years later, kissed her gently on
the cnee and smiled: "Here's your paper, dear."
You undependable worm." she screamed, burstin Into tears.
"I askea you tor a Mirrornot a News!"
"They'd have you believe it was overheard in The Bar-
oque. "Waiter, will you have them play the Duchess' favorite
song?"
"What's It called?"
"Nype and Day."
Labor 'New
And
Opinme.it
Over at Lum Fong's a visitor from Washington was chinning
about Corlnne Griffith (the former movie star), long wed to Geo
P. Marshall, the famed wetwash king and prop, of the Red-
skins. You-'d never know he disliked Marshall unless you heard,
him.
"Corlnne." said he. "Is nice, but her husband takes in laundry.
La Prensa, the Buenos Aires newspaper silenced for print-
ting the truth about Evita Pern, has never been more elo-
quent. The murdered newspaper is yelling its biggest story
en most front pages throughout the world.
I.a Peron finally found out that the Headline Is mightier
than the Neckline.
Bob Hansen revives one of our pets. About the hulking fresh-
man footballer (guv named Cuneo i In a tiny college. The pint-
sized coach got indignant at The Big Fellow's forgetting the sig-
nals and wrecking the plays.
. "Son," sarcasttcked the Coach, "If I was as big and strons
as you, I'd be the heavy weight champeen of the world!"
"Mebbeso," drawled Our Hero, "but what's stoppln. you
from being flyweight champion?"
Headline: "Bevin Retires Because of III Health."
Poor fella hasn't been well since Israel licked the Arabs.
By Victor Riesel
I was knee deep In hench-
men the afternoon of my ren-
dezvous with Frankle Costello.
First, my Instructions were to
contact Miss Fox. Contact was
made. She got me to Mr. Wolf.
He got me to Frankle at a hea-
vily laden table In a basement
restaurant.
I ate, asked questions and got
some silly answers. Franicle
didn't know from nothing. Syn-
dicate? What did It sell.? he
asked me. Dandy Phil Kastel?
What makes him dandy?
Lucky Luciano? Who's he and
what made him lucky anyway?
/ printed what I heard
and wot a minor celebrity
for having pulled that first
exlusive interview with the
man accused of being Crime
King. Everybody wanted to
know how to meet "my
friend." Big social stuff.
Real lion. Even today, after
the exposures, he's hot so-
cially. Just watch him dt his
Central Park West apart-
ment. Or strolling through
the lobbies of swank upper
Fifth Av. hotels. Or at the
night spots.
Nobody thinks of what the
sin syndicates are like down be-
low and how they chisel two
bit pieces from school kids, give
them first hand Introductions to
the big house of the local ma-
dam, or cut into the pay .en-
velopes of the working Joes.
Well, one man did a cru-
sading labor priest from Just
outside of New Orleans who has
been fighting the bayou bruisers
ever since the hallelujahlng
Huey Long handed Frankle
Csotello the slot machine con-
cession during the famous Loui-
siana hayrlde.
And now that priest, Father
Charles Drolet, has been threat-
ened with death. That courage-
ous man,' loved by the AFL and
CIO working men for whom he's
fought for years, has been for-
ced to write to Sen. Kefauver
that".... There Is now talk, and
in all sobriety I believe it, that
I am to be killed...Before God I
tell you that it Is important to
the work of 37 ur committee this
coming week to call In two men
i Louisiana crime kings) and or
myself, and to the Ufe and limb
of yours truly and perhaps
others hereabouts. .Most sin-
cerely yours in Christ, (Signed)
Ft. Charles A. Drolet."
But the Senate Crime busters
had left Washington aboat the
time Ft. Drolet's grim not was
placed on Kefauver's desk by
some clerk. And so the good
Father got on a plane to fly to
New York and, at the time of
this writing, is wandering about
this city unprotected try-
ing to get in to see one of the
Senators now quizzing the Syn-
dicate chiefs In the big town.
In the fist of the tall,
slim, youngish priest, whose
silver rimmed spectacles
and shyness of manner belie
the toughness of his cru-
sades through the years
against the waterfront mobs
of New Orleans, is a list of
10 big-time gamblers. Some
of these are public officials
in his state and own the
slot machines which filch
nickels and two-bit pieces
from the high school sons of
the working people there.
These 10 are responsible for
the threats that he would per-
ish in his parish If "he didn't
W. C. Fields, who hustled beer kegs in his youth, was vain
about his physical condition and refused to admit that advanc- | lay off." They are responsible,
lng age (and gin) changed his physique. A dwarf named Peewee i Father Drolet has told friends
Marquette. very popular with show people, ran Into Fields lust in New Orleans, for the anonv-
before he died. "Mr. Fields." said Mr. Midget, 'you got fat!"
"Indeed?" snarled W. C. "You little villain. You GREW!"
It Must Be the Old Daredevil Instinct
Prying Eyes
By BOB RUARK
, o
NEW YORK. It Is a brave new world, of
course, and tough to keep up with, and now we
have a fresh complication. Can you invade a
man's personal privacy, by focusing a television
camera on a person who Is charged with no
ctlme, who is formally guilty of no offense?
Frank Costello says no. In the television field
day that the Kefauver hearings have provided
it. New York, the boss racket man was plctorial-
ly anonymous. Costello's hands appeared, but
he said "no" to the camera on his face. Pos-
sibly because It made him nervous, and was apt
to make him appear as somewhat less than hit
suave best. Same sort of thing as Bookie Frank
Erickson's boring repetition of hia constittulonal
rights In regard to selMmpllcation in answering
questions.
Eventually there must be some sort of ruling
on the televising of current events, some sort ol
interpretation of the business of being an un-
paid actor for private enterprise. The camera
is ruthless, and does not always seek the finest
In a face. Its very presence is nerve racking.
It does not exaggerate calm to such a-point
that a TV-shy guy might appear guilty when
he really Isn't. I mean, my hands were shaking
horribly on a show one night, when I was guilty
of nothing more than appearance on the show
and I suppose you could call that a misde-
meanor, too, if you cut your points fine.
A private citizen, even a gangster. Is entitled
to some dignities ud to the point of being for-
mally accused in a court of law of a specific
wrong doing. If he appears on television he at
least has the right to say whether he wishes to
be flashed to the nation as an informal living
picture. If he provides entertainment for mil-
lions he also Is entitled to a free, because he Is
working for a commercial company.
I do not think, for Instance, that the televis-
ing of a press conference Is clean pool, because
some people you don't work for are capitalizing
This came up
THIS IS YOU fOKUM THI MAOUS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Moil loa n aa apin rerwm for readers of Tha Panama Amaricen
Utters are received initially ana1 ora handled in a wholly conlidenliel
tanner.
II yea saner laura a tartar on'l ka imaat.tnt i* tt oooan'l #' '
att day. Letlara art analishad in tha erdet received.
Pitase try to keep tha Ierran limited to ana past langth.
Identity at rawer writers it held in ttricrett conttaarxa.
TM. ..wspaeor --. responrrfclHty lor rlat.mant. or opiata.. roreTomfortabVVr"^*
on the know-how of strangers.
In Philadelphia during the political convention
nious telephone abuse he "his '48. Seasoned campaigners in the news business
suffered over the past few
were scooped on their own questions, and were
literally drafted Into the acting business for a
competing medium of news.
It would not occur to a writer or a baseball
player or a fighter to write or play ball or
light for a rival outfit, for free. In the case of
television, unless a subject is clearly In the pub-
lic domain. It seems to me that shooting the
subject's picture under what may be compromis-
ing circumstances is an outright violation of
privacy. Also an exploitation of labor. If I sud-
denly become an involuntary actor, for some-
body else's personal gain, then I want scale for
the acting. Or at least the right of refusal to
appear.
When I was a boy In this business we took
pretty special pains to smudge up the features
of unidentified people we snapshot in ungrace-
ful poses. If you print a picture of a preacher
with no pants on. when a pressing shop catches
fire and the semlclad clients run Into the
streets, you have detracted from the' man's dig-
nity and made him liable to ridicule, which
hurts his profession of preaching. .
There's something comparable here In televi-
sion. The roving eve of the camera picks up
the innocent bystander at public events, and he
performs for free sometimes to his own em-
barrassment. The camera makes a public rec-
ord of a man's nervousness or agitation. It
does not sho whim at peak form, as a wire tap
does not show him at peak form, as a wire tap
for his own protection. The legality of wire
tapping is still debatable. So. I think. Is the
legality of televising private citizens until such
time as they are charged with a definite offense
against the commonweal.
And even then you have the delicate legal
point of whether a man may be pressed, against
his will, to work for an entertainment medium
for no fee. Television Is privately owned by
commercial corporations. All the world Is not a
stage, nor are all the people actors, as Mr. Fran-
els Costello demonstrated clearly the other day.
when he told the boys to keep those cameras
off his kisser.
^e WASHINGTON
I- U V Of! y
MERRY-00-ROUND
y DREW FIARSON
months.
It's this mob which has put a
slot machine In every building
(except the churches) In his
county. The one-armed-bandits
are in drug stores, candy shops
and lobbjes of office buildings'.
They surround the public schools
like bands of open-mouthed,
helling goons with upraised
arms. Their operation is inter-
woven with the prostitution
mobs which lost their big house
in a recent fire, but are rebuild-
ing on a grander scale to make
eaateeted in latter* from readers.
STRICTLY LEGAL
Diablo
Editor
The Mall Box
The Panama American
Panama. R.P.
Dear Sir:
I wonder how many people
who have cried "unconstltu'lon-
al." in reference to Income tax.
have read the Constitution of the
United States?
I refer mainly to article 1, sec-
tion 8. paragraphs 1, 17 and 18
and the 16th amendment. Not
only does this portion of the,
Constitution make Income tax
legal but, strictly speaking, man-
datory In the Canal Zone.
Mr. and Mrs. Zonite: You are
subject to not Immune from Uic
laws of the United State. You
are paying taxes to protect your
numerous freedoms. One of there
freedoms Is your right to work
and live in the Canal Zone under
your own free will not somebody's
mandate.
Protection Is dear these days.
Be thankful all it's costing you is
money.
You say you're not represented
in Congress? There are 96 Sena-
tors and 435 Representatives re-
presenting me In Congress. Arri-
cie and the 15th amendment io
the constitution declare they re-
rr?-"it vou too.
lit the Constitution and iU 2X
amendments there Is nothing
that doesn't give the Congress
the power to make your Income
tax retroactive to 1912 if the nepd
be.
So. fellow citizen, pay your rax
and keep It straight. The support
you give your Government today
will maintain the right for you
to PUBLICLY gripe about high
taxes.
E. PlnrtftM Unira.
PEN PAL WANTED
4 F. Roman St.
San Juan, Rizal
Philippine Republic
Dear Sir.
I wonder if through your kind-
ness you could publish this let-
ter In your newspaper. I would
like to correspondent with pen
friends my age or older.
I am a Filipina girl and 2?
years of age. I Uve In a suburb of
Manila and would like to know
more about your country and :ts
way of life.
Mv hobbies are: stamp-collect-
ing, photography, gardening,
poelry. reading and travel. I
would also like to exchange ma-
gazines.
"Mabuhay" which means 'long
live" In these our fair, emerald
tropical isles. "PEARL OF THE
ORIKNT SEAS."
Sincerely yours.
(Mias) Alicia G. Gloria
clientele.
It might even be the role of
the cynic to say there are rack-
ets which can't be wiped out.
But these prey on kids __ who
get their daily lunch money
from poor farmers, fishermen
and workers whose dally bread
comes slow and bitter and bes-
weated.
And the working people of
Louisiana have rushed to thelr
flghtlng friends' aid. His Ufe and
his limbs have been precious to
them for years. And the other
day they became the first of all
state labor -groups to demand
action by the Senate probers.
The State CIO Industrial
Onion Council has warned
officially that it fears for
the life of iU friends. And
it has recalled on Phil Mur-
ray's national CIO to pres-
sure the Kefauver Commit-
tee to come back down into
Southern Louisiana for a
good look at what the tin
syndicates are in the swamp-
land or the grass roots,
call it what you will.
There's where It really blood-
sucks the little people. There,
and In a thousand other count-
ies, you see its ghouUshness, the
unclean thing you cannot see
in the well-tailored mob of
crime celebrities who rate so-
cially in many circles in the big
town.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.) .
Unity Issue
By Brjce Biossat
When the Marshall Plan was conceived one
great objective was the economic unity of the
Dart.clpe.tlng European nations. Throughout tne
life of BCA that goal has been repeatedly em-
phasized by BCA officials and American law-
makers. But the solid achievement in that di-
rection has not been great.
The only really significant advance is the so-
called European Payment* Union approved last
year. This is a system under which monetary
barriers between countries are lowered to facil-
itate a better flow of trade across boundaries.
Beyond that, progress has been limited to the
experience In coordinated planning acquired by
Marshall Plan nations In laying out (olntly their
recoverv need during the past three vears. It
is evident that not much is going to be done
unless some new element of compulsion or en-
couragement .is brought Into the picture.
War or the continuing fear of it could be
that factor. To support General Eisenhowers
new European defense army, the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization has created a unified de-
fense production unit under an American, w
Rogers Herod, head of the International Gen-
eral Electric Corp. The necessities of unified
defense might bring the treaty nations U*etner
economlcaUy In a fashion they'd never consider
In normal times. .-_.
The size of Eisenhower's forces In the next
two years will have much to do with how am-
bitious a Joint economic effort must be made.
If that should not provide7 a big enough push
toward economic Integration of Europe there is
another possible approach. Some Americans are
suggesting that Europe's economy be Integrated
not as a distinct unit but as part of a larger
sphere that would Include the United States and
Canada.
The feeling of these men Is that national bar-
riers of language, custom, narrow economic self-
interest are so strong that the European coun-
tries sjjnply won't undertake unity If left to
themselves. Woven Into what would be an At-
lantic economic community, with trading pros-
pects brighter, the Europeans might be much
more willing to see the old tariff barriers and
other obstacles torn down.
We are Europe's best customer and she Is
ours, so the trade relationship is a natural one.
Brought Into this larger economic realm. Europe
would more likelv modernize its capitalist prac-
tices which now are so badly outmoded. 'So-
cialist nations would present a special prob-
lem, i
Thus runs the case for Atlantic economic ln-
egratlon. The merit of the argument hasn't
been fully debated, and it needs plenty of alr-
ne from all angles.
This nation would have to undergo some
trlklng economic shifts itself to accommodate
free trade arrangements with Europe. Some In-
dustries would suffer, and a great howl would
io up In Congress.
But the least we can do Is think about It
earnestly, since aside from unity through de-
Tense effort, it's the only Idea for promoting
Europe's Integration that has come along In
manv a day. Something Is certainly needed to
set the West off Its present dead center on the
unity issue.
Draw Pearson Staff says: Dixiecrar welcomed at White
House; Sen. Wherry digs to Truman letter writing;
G.I. injustices aired in letters.

WASHINGTON. It's news when a Dlxlecrat gets invited! to
the White House, particularly a dyed-ln-the-cotton Dlxlecrat ska
Rep. Mendel Rivers of Soutn Carolina, who figured prominently
in the revolt against President Truman In the 1948 election:
However, Truman roUed out the welcome mat for the sUvfcr-
maned South Carolinian the other day as though he were a long-
separated fraternity brother. The story behind the unusual meet-
ing is that the President wanted Rivers' support for the 18-year-
ola Draft BUI.
However, after a brief reference to the legislation, the two
antagonists spent the rest of their meeting assuring each other
that there were no "hard feelings" between them.
"If you are a big enough man to Invite me down here, I'm
big enough to accept the invitation, Mr. President," grinned Rivers,
"In fact, it's a pleasure to accept."
"Some people have been saying that I don't like you and would
never Invite you down here, Mendel," responded Truman. ""WeU,
it Isn't so. I've never closed the door to you. I want you to-know
that it wiU be open any time you want to see me."
The President cleverly dropped only the merest hint that he
was concerned about the fate ot the Draft BUI in the Armed Ser-
vices committee, of which Rivers is a member. However, there*
were no commitments on either side and the two men parted af-
ter a friendly handshare.
DIG AT TRUMAN
\ A sly dig at President Truman's letter writing was taken by
ftv ;ka's rambunctious Ken Wherry during a heated argument
wlK. Senator Tom Connally.
At the Atlantic Pact aid hearings, Senator Wherry demand-
ed exact figures on allied troop commitments to defend Western,
Europe.
Do you think we ought to caU Mr. Stalin up every morning
and tell him what we're aolng?" ConnaUy asked scornfully.
"If you're going to communicate with Stalin," Wherry whip-
ped back-, "I suggest you send a letter. That's the Truman way.1*
G.I. GRIPES
Here Is another batch of letters from servicemen, complaining
about Injustices in the armed forcea Periodically this column tries ,
to answer the most serious G.I. gripes. Names are withheld upon
request.
A PRIVATE, CAMP CAR80N, COLO."We have received mass
punishment, because some 'unknown person' fired several shot
behind the barracks. For this, our company Is restricted for *u\
Indefinite time. Men with their wives In the guest houses not
more than ten minutes away, cannot even caU them. We think
this Is unfair, as we expect to be shipped oversea soon."
Answer A Camp Carson spokesman told this column over
the phone that the Incident "Is purely a military matter and no
concern to civilians." This is a dangerous attitude. As long as
Chilians rule this country, they have a right to know how their
servicemen are treated and to correct any abuses. Meanwhile, un-
der Army Regulations, a camp commander has the power to res-
trict a full unit for the offense of one member. In this case, the
troublemakers were caught, the restriction was lifted temporarily,
then clamped down again for another offense.
MRS. C. H. ORUM, SALEM, ORE."My husband has been In
Korea over six months. Do you have any idea when he will be
allowed to come home?"
Answer The Marines are now sending combat veterans-home
on rotation. The Air Force has been sending some combat crews
home and will adopt a formal rotation policy In May. Somejiavy
men also have returned to Japan and the West Coast wlta-their
snips, but no formal program has been adopted. The Army claims
it Is still too short of replacements to start a rotation program.
MeanwhUe, scarcely a week goes by that General MacArthur does
not cable for- more men.
A CORPORAL,'SOMEWHERE IN KOREA"My Wife says she
writes me every day, but I have been getting only about one let-
ter a week. Where's the bottleneck?" ,
Answer Under battle conditions, the maU can't always |e
through to the front lines. However, you'll probably find a big
backlog of letters waiting for you when the Army Poetai Service
catches up with your outfit.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Unsung bureaucrats: Acting Federal Conciliation boss James
Greenwood and his crack aides, Clyde Mills and Peter Beltz, have
been settling 14 out of every 15 labor disputes In defense pjants,
without a strike and frequently without publicity... Tall, .bes-
pectacled Congressman Charles Brownson of Indiana, the.man
who beat Democrat Andy Jacobs In the last election, can well be
proud of his GOP background. The 36-year-old Hoosler was oorn
n Jackson, Mich., birthplace of the Republican Party... President
Truman wUl ask Congress for much broader powers to control
commodity speculation, a major factor behind Inflated food prices.
The Jump In egg prices last fall was Influenced by fluctuating egg
futures, while trading In soybean futures has been 15 tlmee~he
size of the crop... Futures speculation In cottonseed oU and lard
also have been running wild... Hefty Congressman Bd Herbert
of Louisiana, who received one of President Truman's explosive
letters, has the last laugh of political foes who predicted his dis-
trict would suffer as a result of his feud with Truman and get
no defense contracts. The two biggest defense projects awarded
Louisiana a tank engine and an aluminum plant are In Her-
bert's district... BUI Jackson, the deputy Director of Central In-
telligence, tripped off General Omar Bradley he was marrying.
Bradley's private secretary by formally requesting her "transfer.'
Only to corporations In the U.S. have greater assets than the
Atomic Energy Commission. They are American Telephone and
Te'eeraph and Standard Oil of New Jersey... A crack Ranger
outfit with one of the best combat records In the Korea war is
an all-negro company attached to the 37th Infantry Regiment...
One result of the Senate investigation of the RFC will be the loan
agency's decision to make all loans public Ted Herz, the Senate
committee's chief counsel, knows RFC from a-z, because he audit-
ed Its reports for the no-monkey-business general accounting of*
flee Recommended reading: Irwln Ross' pamphlet. "The Com-
munists Friend or Foes of Civil Liberties?" A concise presen-
tation of the menace of Communism.. Also, "You and Democracy"
by Dorothy Gordon, a good primer for children on what Demo-
cracy means.
(Copyright, 1951. by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)_______
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PAGF EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWIPAPEK
MONDAY. MARCH II, 1M1
Attlanlic S^ociet
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W. Wilton J!., flask
Box 195, yatun Jeltpliont Qatu* 378
lleta Prtto, Blanca Beverhoudt
and Federica Guardia.
MISS DIAZ COMPLIMENTED
WITH SILVER DOLLAR SHOWER
Miss NorlU Diai, of Panama City, whose wedding to Mr.
Victor de Tejeira on April 7 is of interest to friends In both
f the large cities of the Republic, was eompllmented with a
silver dollar shower and canasta party given at the Hotel
Washington Saturday afternoon. Hostesses for the party
were Mrs. James Ford and her sister Miss Rosarlo Lara.
The silver dollars were present- Josefa^Calonge^ Vilma^Sasso, Ju-
d the honoree In a native bas-
ket.
illowing an evening of canas-
ta, buffet refreshments were
served fro ma long table centered
kith pink carnations. Mrs. Anil
7,api. mother of the bride-elect,
presided at the chocolate service
and Mrs. Arcadlo Aguilera served
punch.
The other guests included: MrE.
Vicente Lara, Mrs. Juan Ventura,
Mis. Manuel Ricardo, Mrs. Agus-
to Lara O.. Mrs. Thomas Butler,
Jr Mrs. Gustavo Villalaz. Mrs.
Isaac Basso. Mrs. Marcel Belan-
ger. Mrs ..Robert Von Tress. Mrs.
Agustn Cedeo, Mrs. Luis Cas-
tillo. Mrs. Raul Herrera, Mrs. Jor-
ge Patino. Mrs. James Salterio,
Mrs. James Ford, Mrs. Arglniro
Guardia, Mrs. Enrique Torres.
Mrs Laurencio Jan, Mrs. Carl
Ender, Mrs. Humberto Lel?na-
dier, Mrs. Anita Neff. Mrs. Hans
lilies. Misses Gioconda Apolaya,
Finita Correa, Vilma Garcia, Ju-
dith Moreno, Titina Arosemena,
Vllma de Leon, Negra Aguilera,
Miss Donado Honored
with Kitchen Shower
Miss Ena Hayes entertained
with a kitchen shower yesterday
afternoon In honor of Miss Ana
Isabel Donado who will be wed
to Mr. Francisco Mata Amador, ot
San Jose. Cosa Rica on March
31.
The guest list Included Mrs.
Julio Donado, the mother of tnu
bride with Mrs. Eduardo Feullle-
bois. Mrs. Rodolfo Tom, Mrs. Ol-
ga de "Herrn, Mrs. Cristina de
tima Young, Mrs. Hazel Morales,
Mrs. Sabina Rios. Mrs. Julieta
Lam, Mrs. Elsa Abate, Mrs. Ra-
quel Machett. Mrs*. Juanita
Young, Mrs. Alicia Diego, Mrs.
Marv Rodriguez, Mrs. Maria Sa-
enz, Mrs. Minerva Forte, Mrs. Ma-
tilda Velez, Mrs. HermlsenJa
Lancaster, Mrs. Monterat Parra z-
co. Mrs. Carmen Peralta, Mrs.
Dina Freez, Mrs. Aura de Kam,
Mrs. Gloria Perez, Mrs. Tereslta
Panama ( anal ( Inhhouses
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"LOVE THAT BRUTE"
Thuwdiy FAUST AND THE PEVII." (Opera)
COCOlt
lilt a im
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"LOVE HAPPY"
A l U N
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David BRIAN Mar)oriP REYNOLDS
"THE GREAT JEWEL ROBBER"
MA1GARI7A
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Tuetd.y "A LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT"
Qn,ik,\S The most wonderful comedy
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Marchosky, Misses Xenia and
Aura Vllar, Raquel Levy, Carmen
Tobar, Daisy Chang. Silvia Saenz,
Yolanda and Tita Galtan, Zoral-
da Nieto, Eppy and Negro Agui-
lera, Gloria Davis, Nelly Tom,
Dotty Cells, Rosa Oliva, Yolanda
Magdajeno, Abeiaida Lopez, Olga
Harris, Carmela Mndez.
The bufet table was centered
wltn a white bride's cake topped
with two love-birds and encir-
cled with white roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford
Visiting in the Country
Mr. and Mrs. Basilio Ford with
their sons, Henry, Vicky, Billy and
Jerry, left Friday for their coun-
try place "Cermeo." Mrs. Ford
and the children will spend Holy
Week in the country and will be
rejoined by Mr. Ford next week-
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler Return
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Butler,
Jr., arrived Friday afternoon
irom a two-week vacation spent
in Managua, Nicaragua and San
Jose, Costa Rica.
lv Friend Irma Goes West
Atlantic Side Girl Scout
Leaders Meeting
The Girl Scout leaders and as-
sistants and the Brownie leaders
and assistants are requested to
meet at the Margarita Girl Scout
Office Wednesday at 7:30 pm.
for their regular leaders confer-
ence.
"Our Town" to be
Presented in margarita
The Margarita Players are
presenting "Our Town" at the
Margarita Theater on Wednes-
day. April 11, under the direction
of Mark White.
Tickets are a dollar per person
and the production is being giv-
en for the benefit of the Church
of the Holy Family in Margarita.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE POHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) .Movies
Without Popcorn..
The movie master -minds,
stumped for year on the prob-
lem of how to get Esther Williams
in and out of the water, come
through with flying colors In
MGM's "Texas Carnival."
Esther's the mermaid in the
collapsible swim who sets
dunked whenever a midway
customer scores a. bull's-eye
and even Red. SKelton and
Howard Keel, her co-stars,
mutter "Poor Esther" as the
baseballs fly and she gets
drenched.
It wouldn't.surprlse me a bit if
Esther followed "Texas Carnival"
with other movies that pack a
Horatio Alger wallop. Imagine
her as a humble lass who dreams
of glory while cleaning out the
swimming pools of Hollywood
stars.

Mickey Rooney, Sally For-
rest and Monica Lewis are'the
stars of 'MGM's "The Strip." I
watch Monica do a song-and-
dance number at Ciro's for the .
picture. The studio has taken
over the Sunset Strip glamor
lean-to for the day. A sequence
featuring Vic Damone has al-
ready been shot at the Mocam-
bo.
I note that M attracted movie attention with
her plunging necklines, is wear-
ing a high-necked gown.
"It has to be that way for
movies." she explains. "They've
taken the slit in the neckline
and transferred it to my skirt."
She shows me an expanse of
gam and grins:
"This is a plunging legline."
Emblem Cub Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
52, will hold its monthly soclul
meeiing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Elks Home at Brazos Heights.
Mrs. Jeannette Cain, Mrs. Ger-
aldine Cellucci and Mrs. Sheila
Cri'.mbley will be the hostesses
for the evening.'
Duplicate Games
The weekly duplicate games
will be played this evening at the
Margarita Clubhouse. The win-
ners of last week's games were:
East and West, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
McLaughlin, Jr.; Mrs. George
Poole, Jr. and Mrs. Samuel Row-
ley; Mrs. Leslie W. Croft and
Mrs. R. B. Ward, North and South,
Mr. L. E. Cottrell with Mr. Jul-
ius Loeb; Mrs. L. E. Cottrell with
Mr. W. E. Gibson and Mr. and
Mrs. John Fahnestock.
Visiting at Farfan
Miss Helen Laney, of Gatun,
was the weekend guest of Chap-
lain and Mrs. Merle Bergeson of
Farfan. i
Hedv Lamarr in a form-fitting
beaded gown is stealing the spot-
light from Bob Hope on Para-
mount's "My Favorite Spy" sound
stage. It's Hedy's first slapstick
comedy, but again the back-
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Gatun Star Club Meeting
The Gatun O.E.S. Club will hold
Its regular meeting Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
StPrford Churchill, House 8173-
B. Margarita.
Nofice to Gatun Residents
The cards for the residents of
Gatun who had their blood typed
are now available at the Gatun
Dispensary.
Danish Monarchs
Will Visit Britain
LONDON. Mar. 19 (LPS).The
King and Queen of Denmark are
to make a state visit to Britain
at the beginning of May. It has
been announced from Bucking-
ham Palace that they have ac-
cepted an invitation from the
King and Queen to be their
Majesties' guests In Londpn from
May 8 to May 11.
No details of the program for
this visit are yet announced but
it is known that it will be a state
occasion. The last visit to Britain
by the Kins and Queen of Den-
mark was a private one. made 15
months ago. They also came to
London in their official capacity
in 1947 as guests at the wedding
of Princess Elizabeth.
P.M.
3:30Music for Monday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00MANDRAKE THE
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8:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7-45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS AND SPORT8
(VOA)
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DIGEST I VOA)
8:30WHAT'S THE ANSWER
(VOA*
9 00 PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
(BBC)
9:30All Star Concert Hall
9:45Promenade Concert
10:00THE WORLD AT YOUR
WINDOW (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
ground of a Tanglers set, she
looks as thought she expects
Charles Boyer to pop out from
behind a potted palm any mo-
ment. The camera's on Bob and
Hedy In a long shot.
The director orders the extras
to look at an Imaginary dancing
girl instead of Hedy and I hear
one player complain:
"On an extra's pay I should
look at a girl who ain't there
when I can cheat and look at
Hedy? I wasn't born yesterday."
LIKE OLD TIMES
It may or may not be the in-
fluence of vintage movies seen
on TV, but they're bringing back
the turkey trot, the kangaroo dip,
the grizzly bear and the bunny
hug in "On Moonlight Bay" at
Warners. I watch Dors Day do
the turkey trot while Gordon
MacRae and Jack Smith look on.
Doris and her partner glide side-
ways, bump knees and hop up
and down.
"Isn't this eornyT" Doris
walls when the number's ver.
"If this danee comes back, I'm
giving up dancing."
...
Virginia Mayo, Dennis Morgan.
Gene Nelson, Lucille Norman and
Virginia Gibson are rehearsing In
'Painting the Clouds With Sun-
shine" at the same studio. As
eye-baiting as the girls are In
their costumes, It's the prop slot
machines that are used In the
Las Vegas night club background
that draw the lion's share of at-
tention.
The prop man tells me:
"We give the extras lead slugs
to use in the machine, but
every night I fine real money in
the one-arm bandits. It's
movie, but they just can't resist
It."
RIDE'S OVER
Unshaved extras stand around
a steel mill exterior set as the
cameras focus on Frank Lovejoy,
Dorothy Hart and Ann Morrison
In a key scene for "I Was a Com-
munist for the FBI." As a pro-
fessional red strike-inclter, Love-
Joy questions Dorothy's waver-
ing faith in Kremlin methods and
Is supposed to tell Ann to drive
Dorothy to her apartment.
Maybe it's- because Dorothy
Is quite a dish, bdt Lovejoy
trips In his line and says:
"Drive her to my apartment."
The director yells "Cut!" >

A jlvey musieal number with
Tony Martin, Jane Leigh, Ann
MiUer, Gloria de Haven and
Barbara Lawrence is being rec-
order on celluloid over at RKO
for "Two Tickets to Broadway."
The girls are in Indian costum-
es and Tony, as a redskin who's
struck oil, is singing "Big Chief
Hole In the Ground." It's a dif-
ficult number to wrap up and
the actors repeat it many
times.
I peek into Janet's dressing
room between takes. Four buck-
ets of hot water have been
brought in and Janet, Ann, Glo-
ria and Barbara are soaking their
tired feet. So you want to be a
movie glamor doll, huh?

Movie fight to end all movie
fights: In "Best of the Badmen."
Bob Ryan takes on Bruce'Cabot.
Robert Preston, Barton MacLane
AMD Lawrence Tierney.
Girl Could Dress
Well On C-Note
In Good Old Days
- BY PATRICIA CLARY
HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 19 (UP).
Doris Day has found something
else to be said for the good old
days. A working girl could be well
dressed for $100 a year.
Today, Miss Day says, it takes
$500 to $1,000 a year to be dressed
even adequately. In 1917, she
claims, you could do the Job for a
mere C-note.
Miss Day, who plays a belle of
1917 In Warner Bros, technicolor
musical, "On Moonlight Bay,"
got the statistics to prove her
point from a July, 1917, Issue of a
popular woman's magazine.
Just look at the advertisements,
she sighed.
They list the 12 best-selling
dresses of the month," she said.
"The prices ranged from $3.94 to
$11.96, and all of them were love-
ly."
A beige serge dress cost $4.92.
An embroidered taffeta in the
latest war-time fashion was
M.Z6. A navy blue afternoon
gown of foulard and chiffon
went (or $8.21. A coat sold for
S4.S. hats from 4 cents up
and even shoes of sorts started'
at 59 cents.
Those prices today hardly
wouid buy the working glr la din-
ner.
"And she's expected to look
more glamorous and have a more
extensive wardrobe than her mo-
ther, who spent her time at
home," Miss Day lamented. "It's
a darn hard job when you have
to pay about 10 times as much
for your clothes. It takes a lot of
Juggling to balance that with
higher living expenses and high-
er taxes."
It must be added, however,
that today's working girl earns
a lot more dollars than mother
did in 1917.
Miss Day finds that American
women are still looking pert and
well-dressed, despite rising pric-
es. She guesses they're probably
eating hominy grits to do' It,
though.
"I wouldn't blame them a bit,"
she declared, "for sighing for the
god old days when they could
have steak for dinner and pretty
dresses too."
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Dr George B. Mlnot. who in
1928 discovered a cure for perni-
cious anemia, died recently at the
a<(e of 64. He received honors
from medical groups throughout
ihe world, and In 1934. with his
two associates, was awarded the
Nobel Prize for his work on liver
ireatment of the anemias.
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6:00The Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS tVOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45 Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00NEWS
9:15SACRED HEART
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9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off .the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00NEWS
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12:05Luncheon Music
12:30opular Music
1:00 NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
l:45-DECISION NOW
2:00A Call from Les Paul
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2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Organ Reveries
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15 Milt Herth Trio
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Panamuslca Story Timr
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Organ Melodies
7:15Songs of France
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7:30 BLUE RIBBON SPORT
REVIEW
7:45Jam 8esslon
8:00 NEWS AND SPORTS
(VOA)
8:15 COMMENTATOR'S
DIGEST (VOA)
8:30JO STAFFORD SHOW
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8:45VOICES OF AMERICA
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9:00BLIGHT OF THE
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9:30American Band Concert
9:45American Debut
10:00THE WORLD OF
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The nine hundred whole tickets ending in and not Included In the above list win Rfty-Two Dollars (M.M) each.
The whole ticket has 62 pieces which comprise the two series A and B
atened Or: JOB DOMINGO SOTO Governor of the Province ol Panama.
JUAN AROSEMENA Q, Representative of Ministry of Treasury.
oriTNCcccc. Federico Heart B.Cdula No. 47-7834
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, MARZO 19, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
La nacionalizacin deja en
el Irn saldo sangriento
Se exterminar
a "los traidores"
al movimiento
TEHERAN, Marzo 19 (UP)
Li Dr. Abdul Hamid Zangench.
Ministro de Educacin durante
el Gobierno del Premier Mi
Razmara (asesinado) se en-
cuentra gravemente herido des-
pus que un fantico estudian-
te del Molsem le disparo en la
Universidad de Tehern. Zan-
geneh. Canciller de la Universi-
dad y Decano de la Facultad
de Derecho se opona a la na-
cionalizacin de la industria pe-
trolera de Irn.
El estudiante ha sido lndcn-
tlficado como Nosratolah oho-
ml, quien hizo cuatro disparos
Una de las balas entr por el
costado izquierdo de Zangench,
atraves rganos vitales y se
cree que est incrustada en ios
pulmones. Un estudiante de de-
recho, quien sostuvo una lucha
con el heridor, result herido
en la mano.
G'aoml fu arrestado inme-
diatamente despus del iroteo
\ declar a la Polica que Zan-
geneh era un "traidor". "Todos
los traidores deben ser extermi-
nados"- Ghoml est estudiando
para sacerdote del Moslem.
Hace una semana, el Culto
Moslem dijo que los revlveres
hablaran nuevamente si el a-
st-slno de Rarmara no era pues-
to en libertad. El asesino, Kna-
lil Tanmassesl fu otografiaOo
ayer con la Polica, cuando se
dio permiso por primera vez de
hacerlo. Tanmassesl apareca
(Pasa av I* P. 6 Col. S>
Cuatro criminales
japoneses pagan
atroces asesinatos
SAIGON, Marzo 19 (UP)
Cuatro ex-oficlales del Ejrcito
Japons, los cuales fueron con-
denados por un tribunal militar
por sus crmenes de guerra fue-
ron ejecutados por un pelotn
de fusilamiento esta maana.
Los oficiales fueron senten-
ciados a muerte el ao pasado,
por su responsabilidad en las
atrocidades cometidas por las
tropas japonesas en Langson en
Mayo de 1945, cuando 600 fran-
ceses y Viet-Nameses fueron
asesinados. Los ex-oficlales ja-
poneses fueron identificados co-
mo Shlyme Takej, Sakamoto
Jungl, Fukada Yoshlo y Haya-
kawa Klchi.
Todava estn encarcelados ms de
doscientos obreros en Barcelona
BARCELONA, Mar. 19 (UP). Hoy se sapo que ms
de 269 obreros se encuentran todava encarcelados, des-
pus de las huelgas y demostraciones de la semana pasa-
da en protesta por el alto costo de la vida.
Todos los dems prisioneros han sido puestos en li-
bertad, en un movimiento de conciliacin, destinado a
hacer creer a los observadores que el Gobierno de Fran-
co siente simpatas por los problemas que causaron loa
desrdenes.
Pero hasta que se encuentre una solucin a la dif-
cil situacin econmica, el Gobierno hizo saber que tiene
intenciones de mantener al Frente Obrero Cataln bajo
control, cuando anunci la llegada del nuevo Gobernador
Civil Felipe Acedo y el nuevo Inspector General de la
Polica Armada, Rafael Fierro. Ambos personajes tienen
carrera militar y gozan de la completa confianza del Ge-
neralsimo Franco.
En 1953 tendrn formidable
coleccin de armamentos EE.
UU. para una contienda total
WASHINOTON, Marzo 19 (U.
P.)El Movlllador de la Defen-
sa, Charles E. Wilson, en una
entrevista con la revista "United
States News and Worl Report"
dijo que en 1953 los Estados
Unidos tendrn "una formidable
coleccin de armamentos" listos
para pelear una guerra total.
Wilson,, ex-Presidente de la
General Electric, dljojoue en el
mismo ao Estados Unidos no
slo llenar los requisitos de la
Nombran Comits
para organizar
Feria de Coln
COLON, Marzo 19Las si-
guientes personas y comits fue-
ron designados para encargarse
de diferentes aspectos de la fe-
ria provincial del mes de Mayo.
Comit de Finanzas (Bonos)
Antonio Tagarpulos, Carlos
V. Alvarado Amador, Jos D.
Bazn, Vctor Navas y Jos
Gonzlez C.
Arriendo y Arreglo de los Stand
Guillermo E. Daz, Jacobo
Marchosky, Victor Navas, Alber-
(Pase a la Pac Col i>
Son excomulgados por el Papa
todos los funcionarios que
actuaron contra Josef Beran
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO Mar-
eo 19 (UP)Exasperado por el
"exilio" a que ha sido condena-
do por el Gobierno de Checoes-
lovaquia el Arzobispo de Praga,
Josef Beran, el Sumo Pontfice
Grupo central de
conferencia ser
ampliado ms an
WASHINGTON, Marzo 19 UP
Los Gobiernos de Estados U-
nidos, el Reino Unido y Francia
anunciaron que el grupo cen-
tral de la Conferencia Inter-
nacional de Materiales ser
ampliado-
El Departamento de Estado,
al antnciarlo, dijo que el gru-
po incluir adems de Estados
Unidos, el Reino Unido y Fran-
cia, a los Gobiernos de Austro-
lia, Brasil, Canad, India e I
talla, asi como representantes
de lo Organizacin de Coopera-
cin Econmica Europea y ia
Organizacin de Estados Ame-
ricanos.
La Prensa Unida fu infor-
mada ayer, que Alberto LLeras
Camargo, Secretarlo General de
a OEA, representar a la Or-
ganizacin en la conferencia de
los productos fundamentaos
entre las naciones libres du-
rante la vigencia del programa
de rearme.
En una declaracin previa e-
mitida por tos tres Gobiernos
que iniciaron las gestiones en-
caminadas i la creacin de tos
Comisiones Internacionales pa-
ra la distribucin de los ar'.:
culos de consumo, se seal que
(Pasa a la Pgina Columna O
excomulg a todos los funcio-
narios y particulares Checos
que tuvieron participacin en
esa medida contra el Primado
Catlico de Checoeslovaquia.
La orden-censura eclesistica
que incluye al Individuo o grupo
de la comunin con correligio-
narios catlicos-est contenida
en un decreto de la Sagrada
Congregacin del Consitorio que ,
preside el Papa.
El decreto se dict a conse-
cuencia de lo que un funciona-
rlo do- la Santa Sede calific
de "exasperante y continua
persecucin a la iglesia catli-
ca" por el rgimen de comunis-
tas Checoeslovacos. La orden ex
comulgas, especialmente de la
Iglesia a todos los catlicos,
sean funcionarios o particula-
res que participaron en cual-
quier forma en alguno de los
cinco delitos contra la Iglesia en
Checoeslovaquia.
Esos delitos, segn el decreto
en Latn, son los actos cometi-
dos por:
produccin de defensa, sino que
ser capas de aumentar la pro-
duccin de productos para con-
sumo civil.
Tambin dijo que no ve los
motivos de una "Inflacin"* no
se est planeando ningn racio-
namiento; no se ha considerado
el reclutamiento de la mano de
obra; el control de precios y sa-
larlos no es perfecto todava y
el plan de control de materias
aplicable al acero aluminio y co-
bre entrar en vigor este vera-
no.
Trataron de robar
al Gobernador de
la Zona del Canal
La Polica de la Zona se en-
cuentra investigando el Inten-
to de robo hoy en la maana
en la residencia del Goberna-
dor de la Zona, y el robo en
la residencia del Director del
Servicio de Abastecimientos, L.
B. Moore.
El robo en la casa del Go-
bernador fue frustrado cuan-
do los ladridos del perro des-
pertaron al hijo del Gobernador
Thomas, quien trabaja para el
Consulado Americano. La tela
metlica de la puerta habla si-
do cortada.
Se ha informado que el hijo
del Gobernador sall cuando
oy los ladridos del perro, asus-
tando al ladrn o ladrones.
En el caso del seor Moore,
no hubo perro que lo desperta-
ra, y mientras ste dorma los
ladrones penetraron en el piso
alto de la casa, llevndose va-
rios cientos de dlares en efec-
tivo, joyas y ropas. Tambin se
tomaron una botella de leche
y se comieron un pan.
La residencia del seor Moore
est situada entre la casa del
Gobernador y el ala superior
del Hospital Gorgas, en un gru-
po de tres casas de funciona-
rios.
Terrible temporal
azota a regin
del Canad
Fue inaugurada por
el Presidente Arias
la carretera a Pes
Con gran animacin fueron
celebradas ayer en la poblacin
de Pes las fiestas patronales, a
la que dl lucido esplendor la
presencia del seor Presidente
de la Repblica, doctor Arnulfo
Arlas M. y de los Ministros de
Estado, doa Mara S. de Mi-
randa, don Modesto Salamin y
don Jos Clemente de Obalda.
Durante la celebracin de estas
fiestas fue Inaugurada la mag-
nifica carretera pedida por el
pueblo desde el ao de 1903.
Durante este acto se coloc una
placa conmemorativa.
Con la asistencia de los Mi-
nistros de Estado y de los go-
bernadores de las provincias de
Herrera, Los Santos y veraguas,
fue develado ayer el busto de
don Jos Vrela, tronco de ho-
norable familia que fund su
hogar en Pis y fue ejemplo de
laboriosidad y honradez. Du-
rante este acto hicieron uso de
la palabra distinguidas perso-
nalidades, y habl en nombre
del Excmo. seor Presidente, el
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia,
don Jos Clemente de Obalda
y dio fas gracias en nombre de
la familia Vrela/ don J. M. V-
rela.
Un distinguido grupo de ca-
balleros y damas de la colonia
espaola radicada en Panam,
asisti a este acto, para testi-
moniar sus respetos por la me-
moria de don Jos Vrela,
miembro que fue de la colonia
espaola en el Istmo.
El Dr. Carlos Brn
saldr maana con
nimbo a Washington
Maana en la madrugada
partir para Washington por
la via area el Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores, Dr. Carlos
N. Brln, quien asistir a su
carcter de Canciller de la
Repblica a la IV Conferen-
cia de Consultas de Cancille-
res Americanos.
Cables recibidos de Wash-
ington Indican que ya estn
llegando a la Capital de los
Estados Unidos, algunos Mi-
nistros de pases hermanos
para la reunin internacional
que se inaugurar all el pr-
ximo U.
La Conferencia
de Pars sigue
en estancamiento
PARIS, Marzo 19 (USISi
El delegado sovitico Andre
Gromyko ha destruido la vali-
des de su tesis de que las cues-
tiones de la militarizacin ale-
mana y la reduccin de los ai-
mamentos deben figurar en lis-
ta aparte del temario de la pro
yectada reunin de ministros
de relaciones exteriores de lus
cuatro grandes potencias, se-
gn ha declarado el Embajador
Extraordinario de los Estados
Unidos, Phillip C. Jessup.
En las discusiones que tuvie-
ron lugar el sbado, en la reu-
nin de delegados de los mi-
nistros de relaciones exteriores
en un esfuerzo por preparar el
temario para la proyectada reu-
nin de cancilleres, Jessup indi-
c un serio conflicto en la ac-
titud del delegado sovitico.
Record Jessup la declaracin
hecha por Gromyko el viernes
en el sentido de que los minis-
tros de relaciones exteriores, al
reunirse, estaran libres de dis-
cutir cualquier asunto, Inclu-
yendo los que no estuvieran en
el temarlo.
Con esa declaracin dijo
(Pasa a la Vagina fe. Columna 7)
Se espera que hoy sea
'intervenida' La Prensa
y agencias de noticias
Los peridicos gubernamentales exaltaron la
dida adoptada por el Senado
me-
BUENOS AIRES Marzo IB
(UP) Se espera que hoy se
nombre un Comit de amias
Cmaras del Congreso para "In-
tervenir" en investigar el dia-
rio Independiente La Prensa y
otras entidades, incluyendo ias
agendas noticiosas, que tienen
negocios con el peridico.
Ambas Cmaras del Congre-
so aprobaron el Viernes la for-
macin de un Comit que te
ra compuesto de tres Senado-
es, todos miembros del Parti-
do Peronista, y seis miembros
ae la Cmara de Diputados, in-
cluyendo a un miembro de la
oposicin. El Dr. Hctor J.
Carapora, Presidente de la C-
mara, nombrar los seis dipu-
tados del Comit.
Los peridicos dominicales
predijeron que el Comit pro-
ceder inmediatamente a 'in-
tervenir" en los asuntos de La
Prensa y las entidades que han
tenido negocios con ella.
Los peridicos gobiernistas e-
xaltaron la aprobacin de la
resolucin ordenando la "inter-
(Paaa a la pgina columna )
Poltica de tres
puntos llevar
Cuba a reunin
HABANA, Marzo 19 (UP)
Cuba ha anunciado oficialmen-
te que presentar una poltica
de tres puntos bsicos en la
Conferencia de Cancilleres A-
merlcanos que comenzar sus
sesiones en Washington el 26
de Marzo.
Esos puntos son: 1) Coope-
racin poltica y multar para
la defensa de las Americas y
rechazar la agresin en cumpli-
miento con acuerdos nter-A-
mericanos y de las Naciones U-
nidas. 2) Fortalecimiento de la
seguridad interna de las re-
pblicas Americanas. 3) Regu-
lacin de la produccin y dis-
tribucin de acuerdo con las
necesidades de la defensa y la
(Pasa a la Pt Col 7)
Se estn retirando los
rojos de Corea del Sur
Obligados a echarse atrs" fueron
los soviticos en su guerra fra
BERLIN, Mar. It (UP).Un funcionarlo del transpor-
te norteamericano dijo que los Soviticos fueron "obli-
gados a echarse atrs" en la ltima maniobra de guerra
fra el Intento do controlar el trHco ferroviario entre
Berlin y Alemania Occidental.
El funcionario dijo que "los Rusos trataron una ma-
niobra de guerra tria con los trenes,, pero que fueron
obligados a echarse atrs porque no tenan pierna en
donde pararse".
El ltimo brote de una guerra fna en Berln comen-
t o Sbado cuando los Rusos anunciaran sbitamente
que hablan reducido el nmero de trenes occidentales
que podan transitar por el corredor Internacional, de 19
a 16 diarlos. _____
Gromyko usa el mismo viejo .
disco rayado de que est el
Occidente preparando guerra
PARIS, marea 19. (UP). El
vlce-Mlnlstro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Rusia, Andrei Gro-
myko acus a las potencias oc-
cidentales de "disponerse de-
liberadamente a desencadenar
una nueva guerra" contra el
Este.
Gromyko monopoliz la se-
sin del sbado de la confe-
rencia preparatoria de la agen-
da para la reunin de Canci-
lleres de los Cuatro Grandes
y emprendi una enconada
campana de propaganda contra
el Oeste.
Mostr claramente cul es el
principal objetivo sovitico: Ha-
un
1)Los que den unan i
Obispo ante el Juez laico.
2)Los que recurran a la vio-
lencia fsica contra la persona
de un Arzobispo o un Obispo.
3)Los que directa o indi-
rectamente han impedido el
ejercicio de la Jursidlccln ecle-
sistica usando el poder laico
para lograrlo.
4)Los que actan contra las
legitimas autoridades eclesis-
ticas o tratan de cualquier mo-
do contra las legitimas autori-
dades.
5)Los que ocupan un cargo
(religioso), un privilegio o una
dignidad que ha sido obtenida
sin nombramiento conforme a
los cnones sagrados, o los que
se dejan nvestir de esos "argos
en forma Ilegitima.
WINNIPEG, Canad, Marzo 19
(UP)La Polica inform que a
consecuencia del peor temporal
del invierno perecieron 5 per-
sonas, por lo menos 10 desapa-
recieron y quizs 38 hayan que-
dado aisladas en un tren blo-
queado por la nieve.
Las nevadas han cubierto los
caminos en las provincias de las
praderas con una capa de 30
centrmetros y la Polica Mon-
tada previno a los automovilis-
tas que no salgan.
En Calgary, Provincia de Al-
berta, un matrimonio de ancla-
nos y un hombre de edad avan-
zada perecieron de fro. Otros
dos han sido dados por perdi-
dos. La Polica de Calgary anun-
ci que hasta ayer tarde no se
tenian noticias de diez personas
nueve de las cuales quizs se
han refugiado en una granja
abandonada al ser sorprendidas
por el temporal.
Una informacin no confir-
mada dice que 38 personas que-
daron aisladas en un tren cer-
ca de Oyen, Provincia de Alber-
ta. En Edmonton, Alberta, el su-
ministro de leche ha sido re-
ducido a menos de la mitad a
consecuencia de las nevadas que
han bloqueado los caminos.
El Plan de Obras Pblicas en
caminos discutir esta tarde
el Ministro Celso Carbonell
9
Proyctase la reorganizacin de la seccin de
construcciones
Una reorganizacin tcnica
del Departamento de Diseos y
Construcciones ms cnsona con
la situacin econmica del Pis-
co est siendo estudiada por el
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, In-
geniero Celso Carbonell, y se
estima que pueden ser desarro-
llados planes en ese sentido.
Como hemos venido Informan-
do, el Ministro Carbonell se pro-
pone reorganizar todo lo rela-
cionado con las obras obras de
caminos que sern puestas bajo
el control de la Junta de Cami-
nos y despus de terminada es-
ta reorganizacin, se entrar de
lleno a estudiar todos los aspec-
tos relacionados con construc-
ciones.
En la tarde de hoy se reunie-
ron loe miembros de la Junta
Histrico tratado
sobre el plan de
Schuman es firmado
PARIS., Mano 19 (UP)Los
representantes de seis naciones
occidentales de Europa firma-
ron un tratado histrico ponien-
do en prctica el Plan Schuman
de amalgamar sus recursos de
carbn y acero, los cuales as-
cienden a cuatro mil millonea
ded lares anuales.
El tratado no ha sido apro-
bado an por los Gobiernos de
los seis pases, pero sus Canci-
lleres firmaron ste, y debe ser
ratificado por susr especUvos
de Caminos en el Despacho del j Parlamentos antes de hacerse
Ministro Carbonell para reorga- | efectivo. Los pases signatarios
nizar el personal administrativo'son: Francia, Alemania Ocei-
v discutir el plan de Obras P- [ dental, Italia. Blgica, Luxem-
bllcas relativo al os caminos. burgo y Holanda,
Clebre aviatriz
brasilea lleg
a Tocwnen hoy
A las 11:59 de la maana a-
terrlz en el Aeropuerto de To-
cumen. piloteando su propio a-
vin, la primera aviatrlz Brasi-
lea. 8eflora Anesia Plnheiro
Machado.
La Seora Plnheiro Machado
es portadora de un mensaje del
Dr. Alberto Lleras Camargo. Se-
cretario General de la Organiza-
cin de Estados Americanos, pa-
ra el Excmo. Seor Presidente
de la Repblica de Panam. Dr.
Arnulfo Arlas M.
En vista aue la Sra. Machado
se encontraba un poco cansa-
da, no nos fu posible entrevis-
tarla personalmente, pero se nos
comunic en la Embalada del
Brasil que se llevar a cabo una
conferencia de prensa, posible-
mente maana.
Niega Elsenhower
tener acuerdo
con Truman
PARIS, marzo 19. (UP). Bl
General Dwlght Elsenhower ne-
g que l y el Presidente Tru-
man hayan jams hecho acuer-
do alguno mediante el cual el
General sera candidato presi-
dencial en las elecciones de
1952.
El General de Brigada C. T.
Lanham, Encargado de Relacio-
nes Pblicas del Comando de
Elsenhower, dijo que haba sido
autorizado por el General pa-
ra declarar que el Presidente
Truman "jams mencion al
General posibilidad poltica al-
guna en relacin con 152".
La negativa se anunci tras
de informar el comentarista
errll ueller de la NBC que Tru-
man haba llegado a un acuer-
do con Elsenhower para que s-
te fuera candidato presidencial
en 1952.
Por la muerte de
Delgado Chalbaud
hay 20 detenidos
CARACAS, marzo 19. (UP).
De fuente bien informada se
tiene entendido que el lunes se-
rn citados 28 autos de deten-
cin por el asesinato del coro-
nel Carlos Delgado Chibauld,
Presidente de la Junta de Go-
bierno, el 13 de noviembre de
1950.
Entre ellos figura el del mi-
llonario Antonio Aranguren, el
del abogado venezolano, naci-
do en Bogot, Juan Franco Qui-
jano, y el de la esposa de Ra-
fael Simn Urbina, seora Ma-
ra Teresa Caldera de Urbina,
nacida en Nicaragua.
cer que el Oeste suspenda los
planes de rearme de Alemania.
Contina el estancamiento en-
tre el Este y el Oeste al le-
vantarse la duodcima sesin
hasta la tarde de hoy.
Gromyko dijo: "El Gobierno
Sovitico no oculta el hecho que
condena la poltica occidental
de rearme de Alemania que
persigue minar la paz dispo-
nindose a desencadenar una
nueva guerra. Lo que se ne-
cesita para la paz no es una
carrera de combate ni el re-
arme de Alemania, sino lo con-
trario. Las potencias occiden-
tales se estn preparando deli-
beradamente para una nueva
guerra mediante la resurreccin
del ejrcito y la Industria de
guerra alemanes".
Kl delegado norteamericano
contest inmediatamente que
el discurso de Gromyko conte-
nia "un gran nmero de mani-
festaciones falsas y engaosas"
a las que contestara hoy. El
nico efecto de la sesin fue
el de irritar a ambos bandos.
El delegado francs, Alexan-
dre Parodl," reconoci al empe-
zar la sesin que el Este y el
'Oeste estn estancados. Acus
a la Unin Sovitica de tratar
de Imponer su actitud en- el or-
den del da. Parodl dijo: "El
delegado sovitico impone la
condicin de una aceptacin
predeterminada del texto so-
vitico. Esta no es la mejor ma-
nera de proceder porque no
estamos en Praga sino en Pa-
rs".
(Pasa a la Pg. col. 8)
Se mantiene aun
la ms estricta
censura militar j
ooo
BOLETN
LONDRES, Mano 19 (UP)
La Radio de Mosc ley un
comunicado norcoreano en el
cual deca que "unidades del
Ejrcito del Pueblo, junto con
vlountarioe Chinos continan
una fiera lucha en todos loe
frentes".
"En el rea de Sel, las u-
nidades del "Ejrcito del Pue-
blo" le estn inflingiendo al
enemigo grandes prdidas en
potencial humano y material
de guerra y se estn celebran-
do tenaces batallas al norte
de Sel".
TOKIO, marzo 19. (UP).
Las puntas de lanza de las Na-
ciones Unidas se encuentran
muy cerca del Paralelo 38, y
existen seales de que los ejr-
citos comunistas se estn re-
tirando de Corea del Sur en si
totalidad.
Varias patrullas aliadas en el
Sector Central fueron repor-
tadas en los alrededores da
(Pasa a la Pgina *. Columna 79-
Judith de Herrera
gan el Chalet del
Club de Los Leones
La seora doa Judith da
Herrera, residente en las In-
mediaciones del Aeropuerto Pai-
tllla obtuvo el primer premlB
de la gran rifa del Club dt>,
Leones de Panam, consistent
en un moderno y cmodo cha-
let construido en la urbani-
zacin de El Cangrejo.
El tiquete ganador del pri-
mer premio el 6420 fu
vendido a la seora de Herre-
ra por el Len Camilo Quin-
tero.
El seor Rodolfo Rlenten,
Administrador del jardn El
Rancho obtuvo con el nmero
182a el segundo premio, qua
consiste en un automvil mar-
ca "Henry J".
La seorita Marina Repetto,
empleada del almacn "Madu-
rlto's" obtuvo con el 8338 el ter-
cer premio, o sea Una Refrige-
radora Nor ge, una lavadora
Norge y una mquina de coser
"Elna".
A pesar de que casi todos loa
1227 premios fueron ganados
por los tenedores de tiquetes
de la gran rifa de Los Leonea
(Pasv a la Pac Col. I
Acusadas de homicidio son
arrestadas cinco monjas del
Canad por los chinos rojos
HONG KONG, marzo 19. (UP)
Fuentes de Informacin ca-
tlicas informaron que los co-
munistas han arrestado a cinco
monjas canadienses, acusndo-
las de homicidio. Las monjas
tendrn que purgar una pena
no menor de tres meses en
prisin en la China.
Las monjas pertenecen a la
orden de la Inmaculada Con-
cepcin y fueron arrestadas ha-
ce una. semana debido a una
campaa de propaganda sovi-
tica en la cual se acusaba a
las monjas de ser responsables
por la muerte de ms de 2,000
hurfanos al cuidado de ellas.
Las mismas fuentes Informa-
ron que se tiene entendido que
se estn haciendo esfuerzos pa-
ra obtener la libertad de cin-
co monjas a travs del Consu-
lado Britnico en Cantn. Las
monjas se encuentran incomu-
nicadas en la prisin de Can-
tn, pero se cree que sern con-
finadas en una misma celda,
y no se les permite contacto
alguno con ningn otro prisio-
nero.
Este caso hace recordar un
caso similar en que dos mon-
jas fueron sentenciadas a seis
meses de prisin pero la sen-
tencia fue suspendida y stas
fueron deportadas. Existen es-
peranzas de que se pueda con-
seguir una sentencia similar en
Cantn, pero se teme que las
monjas tengan qu servir una
condena de tres meses.
Las monjas han estado lle-
vando a cabo obras piadosas
por ms de un ao y existen
pruebas de que las acusaciones
son falsas.'ya que la labor de
stas era llevada a cabo a pe-
ticin de las autoridades, y la
misma polica muchas veces lle-
varon nios abandonados al or-
felinato de las monjas.
Winston Churchill
desea elecciones
nuevas en su pas
LONDRES.marzo Is. (UP).
Winston Churchill Invit al Go-
bierno Laborista a no celebrar
inmediatamente elecciones.
Hablando al pas en nombra
del Partido Conservador, Chur-
chill dijo que la poltica del
Gobierno para mantenerse en
el poder con tan escasa mayo-
ra parlamentarla, hace qua
Gran Bretaa est 'cada vea
ms dividida interiormente".
Agreg: "En las sltuacionea
criticas y desconcertantes es
siempre mejor recurrir a loa
primeros principios y a la ac-
cin sencilla. Confiar en el pue-
blo y dejar que el pueblo se
exprese. Que las elecciones ge-
nerales en que el pueblo pueda
expresar su voluntad mediante
el Parlamento, sean dignas da
lo que es ms fuerte y mejor en
nuestra raza. Esto es por lo que
estamos decididos a esforzar-
nos".
Churchill empez rindiendo
tributo al ex-Mlnistro de Re-
laciones Exteriores, Ernest Be-
vln, de quien dijo "se gano un
lugar entre los grandes canci-
lleres de nuestro pas", y lo fe-
licit por combatir el comu-
nismo, fortalecer los lazos an-
glo-amerlcanos e Ingresar en el
Pacto del Atlntico.
Dijo: "El pals corre hoy ms
peligro que en 1940 porque en-
tonces estaba unido y ahora
estamos sumidos en una lucha
partidista. La responsabilidad
(Pasa a la Pg. Col. 4J


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El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, MARZO 19, 1951
PanamaAmnca
MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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IDITADO nO U
EDITORA PANAMA AMCPICA. A.
TlLIfONO -074O ICINTKAl PRIVAD' APARTADO POlIAl NO I3
N OUB TALlinE IILADO* CN *t .IUP0. CA'.LI H. NJ B7
SO DKBE AGRAVARSE LA CRISIS
La suspensin de operaciones del Banco Fidu-
ciario tiene serias repercusiones en la vida econ-
mica del pas, las cuales acaso no hayan sido com-
prendidas todava en toda su magnitud.
A medida que pasan los das centenares de de-
positantes sufren las consecuencias de no poder gi-
rar sobre sus fondos, lo cual envuelve un desequi-
librio muy grande en las actividades comerciales
de Panam. Ya a estas alturas son muchos los que
han tenido que suspender temporalmente sus pa-
gos por falta del dinero depositado en el Fidu-
ciario.
Es lgico que si esta situacin se prolongara
el problema econmico nacional se agravara con-
siderablemente. Numerosos compromisos de esta n-
dole quedaran sin su debido cumplimiento y sto,
a no dudarlo, traera consigo una serie de trastor-
nos difciles de prever. Si en Panam se llegara
al extremo de que los comerciantes no puedan .pa-
gar sus deudas ni sus empleados ello significara
estar al borde de una especie de cadena de distin-
tas crisis de vastas proporciones que perjudicara
a todo el pas.
En vista de la situacin planteada sera de
desearse que la comunidad entera, especialmente los
funcionarios del Estado, los depositantes del Fidu-
ciario y sus deudores, cooperen con los dirigentes
de esta institucin para hallar un camino favora-
ble a la solucin del complicado asunto.
Es conveniente que quienes tienen a su cargo
el estudio del problema acten con serenidad y al
mismo tiempo con rapidez para que, dentro de las
normas que la tcnica y la prctica aconsejan, se
llegue a la frmula ms adecuada para restablecer
la normalidad econmica nacional en lo que depen-
de del caso del Fiduciario.
Descuidar esta cuestin sera incurrir en un
gran error porque ello determinara el aumento de
la crisis econmica que actualmente gravita sobre
Panam. Y si por desgracia no se conjuraran los
peligros que implica una prolongada suspensin de
operaciones del Banco Fiduciario el pas estara
abocado a una bancarrota general que, repetimos,
bien puede evitarse si a su debido tiempo el patrio-
tismo, la cordura y las capacidades tcnicas se fun-
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junio con los dems peridicos
libres del Mundo,
est de Duelo
por la clausura del diario independen-
le de Bueno. 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 Peru en la Argentina la sido vc-
tima de los ultrajes de ese gobierno.
LA QUINTA ENTREGA
DE "MODULO"
Una de estas maanas ca-
minaba yo hacia la oficina de
este peridico cuando se detu-
vo ante mi un automvil en
el que Iba un grupo de Jver
nes. Me saludaron con afecto y
me entregaron un ejemplar de
la revista "Mdulo", el quinto
nmero de esta publicacin, r-
gano de la Escuela de Arquitec-
tura de la Universidad de Pa-
nam.
Constituye una satisfaccin
para mis devociones estticas
el hojear esta revista. Recoge
inquietudes de estudiantes: ali-
menta Ideales: expone criterios.
"Mdulo" cumple una bella mi-
sin universitaria. Por eso, por-
que almacena universalidad, un
sentido humano y culto.
Me ha interesado profunda-
mente el editorial. Lo firma el
director de "Mdulo", un joven
nacido en Austria, nacionaliza-
do panameo, con un concepto
original de la vld,-agudo, que
dice las cosas como las piensa.
Define en su articulo la ar-
quitectura funcional. TI e n d e
hacia lo prctico. Huye del In-
genio: pretende lo til.
Cuando Richard Holzer fue
mi alumno y muy distinguido
por cierto le not yo esa ten-
dencia a analizar la Historia
del Arte y la de la Arquitec-
tura, propiamente dicha, desde
un plano muy suyo. Ms que
resolva el hombre que edifi-
caba lo gtico o lo romnico.
Lo que buscaba el creador del
Renacimiento. Nada de eclec-
ticismos, nada de esas pocas
hbridas, Inevitables en el des-
arrollo del arte: para l el neo-
clasicismo, por ejemplo, se me
antoja que le dejaba fro, In-
conmovible. Y l mismo ba-
rroco, acumulador de detalles y
de adornos. Su grito era otro:
dejmonos de eso: funcionali-
cemos". De ah su artstico edi-
torial en torno a la arquitec-
tura contempornea o arqui-
tectura modernistlca.
Se aaden valientes trbalos,
Asi el del arquitecto Miguel de
Iza Olhagaray, de Chile. Se
titula "La Arquitectura "Bella
Arte". Y tiene conceptos origi-
nales. Lo que discurre sobre el
estilo moderno es sugestivo so-
bremanera. La teora de los es-
tilo* en arquitectura merece el
detenido examen. La arquitec-
tura es quiz, entre las bellas
artes, la ms ceida al tiempo.
Y ello es lo mejor de esta "be-
lla arte", sin discusin la esen-
cial, a la cual se subordinan
las dems, en cuanto ion sus
colaboradoras.
El ensayo dedicado al arta
denominado abstracto, y a su
desarrollo, me parece delicioso.
Y .e justifica su reproduccin
en la revista de nuestros ar-
quitectos que son los nicos
que han intentado entre nos-
otros eso que se llama el ar-
te abstracto. Que no se sabe
hasta dnde lo ha explicado
Picasso es abstracto, ya que
la forma constituye la nega-
cin de la abstraccin.
Se dira que la abstraccin
es comienzo y el fin. Lo que
el primer artista concibi re-
cordemos al dibujante de las
cuevas de Altamlra, al de Da-
lles du Morbiham en la Bre-
taa est ms cerca de la
manera de Joan Mir que de
la de los artistas del Renaci-
miento.
Pensemos en esos dibujos es-
tilizados que muestra la cer-
mica de Chirlqui: la abstrac-
cin seduce, hasta donde ella
es arte negacin de esa abs-
traccin.
Es abstracto lo que huye de
la lorma humana?- O de la de
los animales? No tienden las
formas geomtricas a eso que
se califica abstraccin? Abs-
traccin se encamina hacia ei
arabesco, huldor de las formas
que poseen vida.
En fin, me llevara muy le-
LA "PRENSA" DE PERN
mi i i
PorALDOR;Reiterse que Eisenhower no
tiene ambiciones polticas
Por Lionel Sharpiro I fenslvo de la Europa occlden-
(NANA i tal mantiene absorto a Elsen-
PARIS/ marzo 20. (EPS). hower como ningn otro pro-
"He trabajado junto al general yecto en su magnifica carrera.
Miller: imposible ser amigos....
durante casi ocho aos y, por
lo que a mi respecta, ste es
un nuevo Eisenhower. Dios sa-
be que trabaj con mucho a-
hinco durante la guerra, pero
lo que es ahora est trabajan-
Casi ha desaparecido de la
vida pblica. Llega a su des-
pacho a las ocho y media de
la maana y se sumerge en su
.trabajo, que le mantiene ocu-
pado hasta bien pasadas las 6
do ms intensamente an. Es- de la tarde. El almuerzo, ser-
ta verdaderamente sumido en
su labor. Nunca he visto a
nadie trabajar con tanto fer-
vor. NI siquiera se permite un
rato para conversar, como sola
hacerlo en otro tiempo. Crea
que haba visto al general tra-
bajando como nunca durante la
guerra, pero en estos das est
hacindolo como un segundo
teniente que anda en busca de
un ascenso".
Esta observacin fue hecha
extraoficialmente el otro da,
mientras tombamos una taza
de caf, por uno de' los ayu-
dantes ms antiguas del gene-
ral de les ejrcitos Dwight D.
Elsenhpwer. La misma resume
la Impresin prevaleciente en el
cuartel, general sito en el ho-
tel Astoria, de que la tarea
de organizar el potencial de-
El To Sam contra Juan Pern
Las relaciones argentina i
Udounldenses andaban, la st-
mana pasada, peor que en mu-
chos aos. Washington ha ve-
nido esforzndose recientemen-
te por comprender las perspec-
tivas peronistas y confiando en
que el empleo de eufemismo
para referirse a la dictadura, b
consecin de jugosos prstamos
y la vuelta de la cara a ol
lado cuando se han producid;
atentados contra la libertad y
la justicia podran apartar a
Juan Pern del l totalitarismo
Pero Washington se 'na equivo-
cado.
En todos y cada uno de ios
discursos Pern haba venido a-
limando que est a igual dis-
tancia del comunismo ruso y del
capitalismo estadounidense. Pe-
ro a poco. Pern clausuro pol-
la fuerza el diario independien-
te "La Prensa" y encarcel a
dos periodistas norteamericanos
que trataron de informar sobre
tal hecho.
Todo ello aparece complica Jo
por la incierta actitud de IV-
rn El mismo Hombre Fuer'c
que ha proclamado que la Ar-
gentina se mantendr en su
"tercera posicin" en el curso
de los ltimos cinco' aos, ha
r.-.ani testado a los embaj adore*
estadinenses doerge Messer-
smith. James Bruce y Stantnn
Griffiths, que aquel pas lucha-
ra hombro a hombro con los
Estados Unidos en caso de ana
tercera guerra mundial. El a5o
-asado retiflc ese propsito al
secretario auxiliar de Estado
Edward Miller: Sonsigulenle-
mente Miller gestion un prs-
tamo de ciento veinticinco mi-
llones de dlares en favor de
JoS el enfrascarme en disquW
siciones en torno al arte que
se ha dado en calificar de abs-
tracto.
Sigan, sigan estos jvenes es-
tudiantes de arquitectura con
la ilusin de su "Mdulo". Esa j
Escuela de Arquitectura es or-
guno de la Universidad de Pa-
nam. En esos muchachos est
la semilla de la cultura. La cul-
tura amable Pr *' sln teir-
la ni desvjMdarla.
Siemppme encontrarn a su
lado los de "Mdulo". Su curio-
sidad, su nimo de realizar, es
maravilloso.
Felicito pues, a estos buenos
amigos. Y con ellos a sus ase-
sores, los profesores O. Mndez
Guardia, Guillermo De Roux,
Ricardo J. Bermdez, Rogelio
Daz. Y no olvido a Chachl
Prez ChanLs. que llev el peso
de "Mdulo" con singular elee-
gancia.
Episodios desconocidos de
la ltima visita de Miller
ni i
^ a la capital de Argentina
El Presidente Pern se neg a recibir a Miller,
por quien haba tenido antes deferencias
Pern, despus de Insistir en 'a
inexistencia de compromisos. En
la semana pasada. Miller regic-
M) de una nueva visita a Bueno;
Aires, quejoso de actitudes In-
sultantes no slo para l perso-
nalmente, sino tambin para los
Estados Unidos.
Pern, quien en las anterio-
res oportunidades haba dedica-
do varias horas a conversacio-
nes privadas con Miller, rehus
recibirlo esta vez. Cancel ,as
entrevistas acordadas, y lue'o
habl con el secretarlo auxiliar
estadlnense, en presencia de o-
cho y ms secretarlos. Miller
no tuvo ni siquiera oportunidad
de manifestar a Pern lo que
los Estados Unidos piensan Je
la clausura de "La Prensa".
En cambio, despus de un al-
muerzo presidencial. Evita Pe
ron llev al enviado estadi>iei-
se. en compaa de un grupo de
ministros, a visitar uno de los
nuevos hospitales de su Fondo
de Ayuda Social. Los ascensores
no funcionaban todava, de ma-
nera que los visitantes tuvie-
ron que ascender y descender
por su propios pies los siete pi-
sos del edificio. Cuando, fati-
gados se servan de las esca'e-
ras, el ministro de hacienda,
Ramn Cereljo, suspir: Don-
de est el pabelln de pslcntp
rapla? Creo que voy a tener que
ice luirme en l...
Todos estuvieron de acueido
en que Evita, que habl clida
francamente con su "Amigo
Miller" acerca de sus aspiracio-
nes en materia de amistad y
colaboracin argentino-estadou-
nidense Viaba organizado algo
'.remend
Por otra parte, en dos breves
encuentros posteriores, Pern
logr dar a Miller la Impresin
de que an sigue considerndo-
se como un aliado de los Esta-
dos Unidos. Sus subalternos
predicen que la actitud de .os
delegados argentinos en la con-
ferencia Ce cancilleres america-
nos prxima a reunirse en
Washington, lo confirmar. Pe-
ro a fines de esta semana la
actitud antl-estadlnense de la
(Pasa a la par. 8, col. 2)
vida, por regla general en su
comedor privado, rara vez le to-
ma ms de media hora. Casi
invariablemente le acompaa a
almorzar un oficial de su esta-
do mayor, de suerte que hasta
durante esta media hoia des-
pacha alguno de los asuntos del
da. Cuando sale de la oficina,
se lleva \ina voluminosa carte-
ra a su apartamiento del hotel
Versailles".
El general observa rigurosa-
mente la hora de acostarse y,
por lo que toca a sus colegas
ms ntimos, no ha asistido a
comidas ni a teatros desde su
llegada. NI l ni su seora han
hecho esfuerzo alguno por par-
ticipar en la vida social. Elsen-
hower es un hombre dedicado
totalmente su labor y su es-
Eosa permanece, como lo h
echo siempre, en un segundo
plano.
El principal resultada de es-
ta dedicacin a su tarea, se-
gn uno de los altos oficiales
de su estado mayor, ha sido
el de Inspirar a sus colabora-
dores internacionales con un
patrn de trabajo que no es-
curriente en los pases de Eu-
ropa. Los oficiales franceses del
gran cuartel general se han
mostrado especialmente Impre-
sionados. Han llegado a consP^
derar a Elsenhower como un
hombre con poderes casi sobre-
naturales, lo cual se ha refle-
jado sobre su propio sentido da
urgencia. Todo el cuartel ge-
neral Internacional est traba-
jando al ritmo establecido por
el general.
Aunque algunos observadores
ven un motivo poltico en la
intensa actividad de Elsenho-
wer un profundo deseo da
terminar a tiempo la tarea de
organizacin a fin de estar li-
bre para la campaa presiden-
cial del ao qe viene, sus co-
laboradores ms allegados des-
cartan esta Interpretacin. A-
legan que la principal ambicin
del general es organizar una
fuerza defensiva tan poderosa
que desaparezca la amenaza da
guerra.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
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LUNES. MARZO 19, 1M1
EX fANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDCTKNDIENTB
Un rasgo filantrpico
La Cruz Roja, Capitulo de Co-
ln, fu dUtlnguida reciente-
mente con la visita de un Se-
or con un cheaue de B.200.00
Balboas.
Aprovechamos esta oportuni-
dad que nos brinda la prensa
para informar que con la pre-
sente crisis econmica por la
que atraviesa esta ciudad, el
pueblo necesitado se nos viene
encima ya qu es sta la Insti-
tucin que tiene su obligacin
para con ellos.
Coln se desangra econmica-
mente por la carretera: ve Ud.
los sbados caravanas de carros
de personas pudientes que van
a aprovisionarse para la sema-
na en tiendas como EL BATU-
RRO y otras. Ellos estn en su
derecho de conseguir sus artcu-
los necesarios donde puedan
conseguirlos ms baratos.
El mercado capitalino ha In-
vadido al de coln. En la mesa
del colonense no falta el pan
IDEAL. Las lecheras de Panam
son la competencia ms grande
que tienen las de Coln. Los pe-
ridicos que aqui se leen son
siempre de Panam v asi como
estos innumerables artculos tie-
nen su mercado aqui.
Es sta la razn por la que
nos parece que los capitalinos
tienen obligaciones para con es-
ta ciudad. Se aproxima la cam-
paa que decide la labor de be-
neficencia anual y la ciudad de
Coln se mover con toda su e-
nergia para ver en qu forma
esta Institucin pueda llenar su
cometido.
Triste es ver la madre ira-
cunda que nos enrostra la falta
de trabajo de ella y au marido
y de consiguiente el hambre Ce
sus cinco hilos. T> la caravana
de 1 o 15 mujeres que solicitan
trabajo diariamente v de estas
colocamos de seis a siete men-
sualmeme.
A sus mltiples actividades en
beneficio del necesitado esta Ins-
titucl nha agregado el de dar
estreptomicina a tuberculosos
que puedan conseguir su cura-
ci npor medio de esta droga.
A continuacin publicamos lis-
ta de personas quienes con bo-
lo mensual "ayudan al balance
de nuestro presupuesto ya que
la subvencin del Gobierna re-
sulta exigua para nuestras ne-
cesidades.
Basilio Kirxoi
J. J. Ecker
Mercadito Santa Isabel
Fbrica Na. de Colchn*?
Antonio Tagarpulos
Jos Bevehuth
Jacobo Salas
Oarage Sterling
Henrquer y Ola
Matas Reyes
Bazar Viena
Joyera Casulo '
Nieves Hauke
Hermanos Wright
Evangelina de Tagarpulos
Penelopy de Rusodlmos
Dr. Orno. Gonzlez B.
Saso y Jaramillo
Familia Menende
Bazar Honesto
Crynos v Ca
Cantina Mlraflores
Natalia de Wong
Maauro Jr.
Botica Corona
Botica Carlton
C. O. Malson
Garage Lam
Ricardo Chen
Almacn Elctrico
Pascual Forte
Familia Val verde
Pascual Forte
Botica Colombia
Artes Nativos
Carlos Moynes
Alfonso Garca
nrique Kam
ulla Emlllanl
Sofa de Ferrarl-
Rosa Young
Casa Central
Panadera del Pueblo
Charles Plerret
Proveedora de Coln,
Teodoro Tagarpulos
Eustace Lee
Flor de Bolvar
Roberto Endra
Ana de Jones
De la Sra. Benilda de
recibimos con frecuencia
de avena o lecha evaporada.
Que Dios les pague con creces.
Teresa J. de Quirs,
Secretaria Administrativa
B.5.O0
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cajas
4-
Mr. TV a T*!
Inocuidad de una vacuna
La lucha antituberculosa
La inocuidad de la Vacuna
madia del B. t. G.
Calmette! y Gerin, mediante
pases sucesivos de cultivos de
bacilos tuberculosos, creyeron
haber dado origen a una clase
especial de bacilos tuberculosos
desprovistos de cualquier efeco
virulento, e incapaces de volver
a su primitivo estado de malig-
nidad.
Aos ms tarde surgieron nu-
merosas controversias clef tin-
ca* en lf cuales se sostena que
estos bacilos tuberculosos en
cualquier momento dado po-
dran regresar a su primitivo
estado de virulencia y por lo
tanto la vacunacin por medio
de este sistema no daba las ga-
rantas absolutas para una ver-
dadera campaa antituberculo-
sa, si no que por el contrario,
su uso sera un tanto peligro-
so .va que se correra el peligro
de que al Inyectar estos bacilos
desprovistos de todo poder viru-
lento, y ponerse en contacto con
el medio del organismo lim
no. pudieran regresar a su pri-
mitivo estado.l produciendo la
enfermedad.
Todas estas argumentaciones
contra la vacuna B. c. O., eran
de carcter formidable v man-
tuvieron a muchas agrupaciones
cientficas en expectativa, mien-
tras que por medio de la ex-
perimentacin efectuada cuida-
dosamente, se logr. probar la
inocuidad evidente de esta va-
cuna, y su alto poder en favor
de la lucha antituberculosa. Las
estadsticas demuestran que en
ms de diez mllones de vacu-
naciones que se han efectuado
hasta el presente, no se ha de-
mostrado ningn caso de enfer-
medad Imputable al B. C. Q.
Existen ya pases de elevada
cultura como Suecla. Uruguay v
otros, que han impuesto la va-
cunacin global de su elemento
humano escogido, sin haber ex-
perimentado ningn contratiem-
po en sus ya varios aos de
practicarla sistemticamente, y
demostrndose ms bien un
marcado entusiasmo por los re-
sultados obtenidos.
Todos los congresos cientficos
reunidos para tal efecto, o sea
para rendir un Informe sobre
eficacia a Inocuidad del B. C. G..
han estado de acuerdo en que
su uso es verdaderamente un
adelanto de grandes proporcio-
nes en la campaa antituber-
culosa mundial.
Con el empleo del B.C.G. la
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
COU II A r O. lU O DlrZ SE ESCAPARON.Despus de arrastrarse dbalo de esta casa, el
..-'> vr <-, <\r Animales, aparece con un cachorrito en sus bra-
zos. Con slo 12 pulgadas de espacio para nto erse, Flimer pudo atrapar a este pobre perrito.
..., m m escaparon. ____ _______ ____ _____
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCIN!
Te I 422 A pido 10M
residencia de sus padre de 4.00 ( cariosas,
en adelante. A las muchas feli-
citaciones que haya recibido
Alina agregamos las nuestras
De Costa Rica
Procedente de Costa Rica se
Felitaiin
En el da de ayer festej un
ao ms de vida la seora doa
Berenice T. Brld. Hasta la cip-
dad de Panam en donde reside
le hacemos llegar nuestro cor-
dial saludo.
Celebraron ayer su cumple-
aos las hermanitas Florita y
Felicia Bendinburg. Con tal mo-
tivo les hacemos llegar nues-
tras congratulaciones. .
El da 17 celebr su cumple-
aos la seora Patricia Oarcia.
La felicitamos por tal motivo.
Fiestecita
Con una alegre piata cele-
br ayer domingo un ao ms
da vida la nia Alina Amapola
Senz Prez, hija de los esposos
seor Evaristo Senz y seora
Mara Gil Prez de Senz, en la
Lucha Antituberculosa, ha de
contar con un arma ms. ya que
su empleo est plenamente con-
firmado, como muv benfico, y
muchas naciones del globo la
estn adoptando, como una me-
dida salvadora, en la lucha con-
tara esta penosa enfermedad.
La alud da loi nio* dapanda
da la alimantacin. Loi aliman-
toa purot nutritive y da fcil
digaatin aon da grandsima im-
portancia. Compra Crama da
Tria hoy! A sus nioi Ut gut-
tari ... y padirn mi.
Bat H.. nit if f*,. u.. ,.
CHAMBonr
Cunta AVENIDA
esto desempacando
PET1C0TES DE CINTURA
Rosa, celeste, blanco. Tallas:
pequea, mediana, grande.
Especial... 2.95
PETICOTES NYLON
Rosa, celeste, blanco.
Tallas 32 al 40.
Especial... 7.95
PIJAMAS ALGODN
Con cuello sport.
Colores lisos y estampados.
1.91
SCHIAPARELLI
La media ms fina.
En 6 colores claros.
Tallas al 10',4
FAJITAS CON LKiAS PARA
LAS MEDIAS
Cn nylon y en satin
PANTIES
NYLON
Rosa, blanco.
celesta. Tallas
S. y 7.
ESPECIAL:
1.95
BRASSIERES
EXQUISITE FORM l.5yl.95
Roaa. blanco, celeste, negro.
COMPRE AHORA
QUINTA AVENIDA
NO SABE D
m
qua al SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA asegura la* vidas da loa
empleados da cualquier compaa, asociacin o entidad cvica,
club, sindicato o cooperativa, ate, ofreciendo en esta forma ade-
cuada proteccin tanto a los patronos como obreros?
Por eso el SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA es comparado con los
puntales de madera y acero que se colocan en las minas para
vitar los peligros de un derrumba.
PANAMA
Laa tarifas del
SEGCRO COLECTIVO de VIDA
son sumamente econmicas.
tin* *t Jtlf^ tt*. z-mi
y nttrit 4< U *f*t(kJ
**Uj*J fie if #/***
Publicamos gustosos la foto-
grafa de la inteligente niita
Dalys Esther Robles, alumna
destacada de la escuela Jos
Gabriel Duque, de Chepo.
La niita Robles obtuvo en
los pasados exmenes el primer
puesto de honor del sexto gra-
do, ganndose a la vez la Me-
dalla de Honor otorgada por
la escuela por su consagracin
al estudio, asi como la medalla
ofrecida a la mejor alumna del
plantel por la Sociedad Cvica
Juventud Chepana en Marcha.'
Aprovechamos la ocasin pa-
ra enviar nuestras calurosas fe-
licitaciones a la Inteligente Da-
lys, as como a feus padres don
Jos Mara Robles y su seora
Esther Ros de Robles.
r
encuentra en sta ciudad la se-
ora Mara Cristina Mata Ama-
dor, quien vino al matrimonio
de la seorita Anita Donado que
se efectuara el 31 de los co-
rrientes en esta ciudad. Para
ella nuestro saludo de bienveni-
da.
Cnmpleaae de Hoy
Felicitamos al seor Alejan-
dro Ramos en la fecha de sus
natales que celebra hoy lunes.
EL BAZAR FRANCES
tiene
VAJILLAS
Francesas
11 *k>i de porcelana
"Limoges"
coa borde
azul dorado
verde dorado
y con borde
floreado
Cumpleaos de Maana
Queremos ser los primeros en
felicitar a la seorita Jertrudis
Crico, aventajada alumna del
Colegio Santa Maria, quien en
eld la de maana festeja su
onomstico rodeada del cario
de sus amorosos padres.

ADEMAS
ofrece en
otras marcas
VAJILLAS
de 93 piezas
para 12 personas
35-00
... y para un sueo reparador
y tranquilo, las afamadas
ALMOHADAS
"PLAYTEX SUPERFOAM"
TERMOS
para mesa de noche,
con bandeja y vaso.
BAZAR FRANCES
Heurtematte & Ca.
Plaza Santa Ana
Panam

Ha Llegado la Hora de Vivir Cmodamente
El complemento de su vida es tener un hogar bien amueblado y
atractivo. Con nuestro sistema de Club de Entrega al Suscribirse,
puede conseguir fcilmente lo que tantas veces ha soado.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOCIOS FAVORECIDOS EN MARZO 18, DE 1951:
Sanarlta BENITA PEREZV. H. Fl!6a, Na. I1 Kahifa para krro-
h marra "Perfectian", da 2 quemadores. Ganda can 3
acaaanaa.
Sanar JOSE M SANCHEZ, Calla M Oanl, Ne IS1 Cama Indivi-
dual can iu ralrhn y asarin de reaarlea y I colchen para cama
dobla. Ganado con 4 lamanai.
Seor. AMINTA Vda. DE KSPINOSA-Ave J. Araaamana. No. SI
I Radia marca "Zenit" de tabea y 4 bandas. Ganado can
4 semanaa.
Seoril. RITA BLACKBURN', Calle M. Aroaemena. Ne. 2t I Cama
doble de caoba haraltada en calor Jaipe naranja con ni col-
chn y eaprin da reeortei. Ganada con 5 lamanai.
Seorita BERTII.DA ARJONA, Calla S. No SI baila Jarra* can
Incrustaciones dorada. Ganado con S emanas.
Sener X.X.I Cuna en color celesta eon su aaprin y colchen Im-
permeable. Ganada can semanas.
Seer RAFAEL SWISTERRA, Calla IS Oeste, No. ttl Cama doble
de caoba, tallada y harnlrada en color vino, con su colchn y
eaprin de rasarles. Ganada con 7 emanas.
Sener BOLIVAR ALEMN. Ave. A. No. S*-1 Lmpara can su pan-
talla en color verde. Ganada con II semanas.
Seor FELIPE Dl'TARI, Chlllbre I Radio marea "Rafal", de 4
tubos y 2 bandas. Ganado can IS semanas.
Seor SEGUNDO VILI.ALBA. Gatunclllo. No. 121 Batera de 17
platos, para truck. Ganada con It semanas.
.Seor PEDRO PEA ROJAN. Calle IS Oasla. Na. S-4 Llantas M
x lf. da seta lonas. Ganadas con 2S semanas.
Salar LUCAS BARCENA. Arralln-1 Gabinete para cocina, esmal-
tado en blanca con franjas rajas. Ganado can semanaa.
Senara ELISA DE LEON. P. Leevre, No IS1 Lmpara residencial
de luces, para techo. Ganada can 37 semanas.
Seor. XX Vu Jueae para sala de ( piezas, lapizado y en estilo
Renacimiento Espaol. Ganado can 44 semanas.
Seller CLIFFORD E. BOVEIX. Calle Bed Tank No. MII Eelanlc
de dos cuerpos, con espejos Internos, barnizada cn colar Jas-
pe naranja. Ganada con 48 semanas.
Seor RICAURTE MARTNEZ. Verafuas. .Na. 211 Chlf'errobe,
barnizado en color Jaspe oscuro. Ganado con 48 semanas.
Seorita THf.LMA TRUJILLO. PenoMme, No. 211 Masa de ex-
tension y 4 silla tapizadas en calor vina Ganadas con 4
eemanas.
Seora HORTENSIA DE BRF.NES. Calle Sa.. No. SS-I Radio marca
Zenit', de i tubas y 4 bandas. Ganado con M semanas.
ASILO DE LA INFANCIA, Calle P raseme.. Na. 2J 1 Mquina
elctrica de coser, can ni motar. Ganada con 58 semanas.
Seorita XENIA SANCHEZ, Ave. Central. -Na. SS I Bicicleta ln-
f l. pira mujer, ring de 28". Ganada con 5 semanas.
LOS FELICITAMOS
AVISO:Por motiTO de inventarle, temporalmente
haremos entregas de Muebles por sistema de Club,
con un depsito REDUCIDSIMO. Aproveche esta
concesin nica.
SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELT08.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras, Mquinas de Coser,
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores, Estufas para gas. Col-
chones, Linleos, Alfombras..
Bicicletas de las mejores
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera,
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios de
cualquier marca.
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, envindola a su casa.
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENI
OPCIN A CAARSE. 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptoret.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
:
Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
Jovera v Platera Obietos para Regalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua
Ferretera Duque)'
El mrito de nuestro Club es reconocido por miles de hogares en toda la Repblica.
rn iai ia industrial Maderera. 8. A. Depsitos de maderas. Fbrica de Muebles Finos,
Puenw Ventanas Marco.? y Molduras para construcciones. Vitrinas de mostrador para
romerdo. 8c"ejecutacualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica da unos sesenta obre-
ros especializados v mas de 15 aos de experiencia.
Ave. Sor Relleno de Barraza Fren-.e al Centro Escolar Amador Guerrero Tel. 3-17*0-


PAGINA CUATRO
1L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, MARZO 19, 1951
Reformarn los programas de enseanza
Los de escuelas primarias
sern objeto de verdadera
revolucin en tal sentido
Se impartirn enseanzas a los alumnos a tono con
el medio ambiente en que vivan
NORMAL. Marzo 19. Corres-
ponsal. Los programas de las
escuelas primarlas sern trans-
formados fundamentalmente, se
gn se acord en el Seminarlo
de Inspectores que, acaba de
clausurarse. El sistema de uni-
dades ser usado a manera de
ensayo en todas aauellas comu-
nidades en donde la capacidad
del maestro permita su aplica-
cin. Los Inspectores trabajaron
Intensamente durante tres se-
manas v han confeccionado un
proyecto que pasar al estudio
de una comisin que nombrar
el Ministerio de Educacin, v
que dar las orientaciones fi-
| nales para la aplicacin de los
I programas. Esta revolucin en
el campo, de la Educacin Pri-
! maria. es uno de los esfuerzos
que se realizan para hacerla a
i tono con el medio ambiente y
para llevar a la conciencia de
los alumnos, enseanzas arrai-
gadas al medio en que viven. En
el acto de clausura, hizo uso de
la palabra el Director de. Educa-
: clon Dr. Canton, quien manlfes-
; t que tenia fe en que los pro-
gramas que se pondran en prc-
tica redundaran en grandes be-
j neficios para la Educacin Pri-
maria del Pas.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Nombre de varn.
6Preposicin.
10 Cabellos largos.
11Nombre de mujer.
13Del verbo aromar.
14- Que vende billetes de
lotera.
16Tercer hijo de Adn y A va.
17Animal domstico.
19Ligero.
20Paga por aos.
22Organizacin Militar Ame-
ricana, Inic.
24Nombre de mujer.
24Desabrido.
26Alegraras, entretuvieras.
28Valle de Espaa, Inv.
SOApcope de Santo, Inv.
31Que conduca calesias.
35Propietarios.
39Quiere con amor.
40Hija de Cadmo.
41Pabelln de los odos.
42Alimento providencial.
44Nombre de mujer.
46Del verbo tener.
47Dan aroma.
49Modo o forma.
SIGuarida de osos.
82'Ayuda de campo.
3Saludable, Inv.
4 Desabridos.
VERTICALES:
1Vigilante nocturno.
2Siervos del Estado en
Esparta.
3Movimiento Estudiantil
Madrileo. Inic.
4Rio de Rusia.
5Aparato de pesca.
0Pollo de paloma.
7Composicin potica, Inv.
8Desafa.
9 Aducir, argumentar.
10Volmenes.
12Que no es frtil, seca.
15Ondulaciones de las aguas
del mar.
18Medida de peso, Abv.
21Del verbo toser.
23Duea.
26Sistema italiano de
montaas.
27Cocinar en seco.
29Adverbio de modo.
31Lecho.
32Famosos manantiales.
33Que tiene mucha lana.
34Bebida alcohlica.
36Extranjero en Parto.
37Manchas lvidas bajo los
ojos.
38Del verbo sanar.
41Audaz, atrevido.
43Asi sea.
45Letra castellana, Pl.
48Altar.
5<--HoJa purgante. Inv.
Ropas Para lo Refugiados
Va transporte de la Armada de los Estados Unidos, anclado en
puerto de Bremerhaven, en Alemania, e* cariado con 100 toarla
das de ropas de invierno con destino a Corea, parte del cnvit
por valor de 175.000 dlares realizado por la OrranUacion Inter-
nacional de Refugiados. Ese organismo especialliado de las Na-
ciones Unidas, que ha ayudado a millonea de refugiados en
todo el mundo, ha acudido en auxilio a la poblacin civil coreana,
tanto del Norte como del Sur, cuyo* hogares quedaron destruidos.
El "Aviso Oportuno'9
Es Barato y Efectivo
Maquinara Moderna Permite Incremento de Produccin Agrcola en India
Demostracin con un moderno arado en an
campo de Bari, en la India. Con la ayuda de
maquinaria del tipo que ilustra la fotografa ae
ha logrado limpiar el terreno de maleras para
dedicarlo al sembrado del trigo. El Banco Inter-
nacional de Reconstruccin y Fomento, uno de
loa organismos especializados de la ONU, otorg
hace poco al gobierno de la India un emprstito de
$10.000.000 que se utilizar primordialmente para
la adquisicin de moderna maquinaria agrcola.
Pgina a cargo do
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
Hizo exposicin
de trbalos en
Oc, M. S. Guillen
NORMAS
"Los Corresponsales dsberai
ceirse a la* ms desapasiona
das nornas periodsticas Oebei
enviar al peridico los asunto
y noticias mis interesantes qu
afecten a la comunidad. Ka ab
soluto se trata de una oporta
nidad para hacer determinada '
campaas political
OCU. marzo de 1951.
La Voz del Interior.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam.
Anoche pudimos apreciar
magnifica exposicin de las re-
producciones al creyn, ejecu-
tadas por el artista nacional
Manuel Santos Guillen, coma
nmero del programa que con
motivo de las fiestas patrona-
les se desarrolla en la ciudad
"de Res. Realmente es satisfac-
torio conocer nuestros valores
naturales como lo es el artista
y poeta peense seor Guillen,
a quien nos fue muy grato co-
nocer y felicitar por sus mag-'
nflcos trbalos. Nuestra hu-
milde voz de estmulo para el
seor Guillen y ojal nuestro
Gobierno se interese por lograr .
el desarrollo artstico y cultu- |
ral de nuestro pas Impulsando [
y estimulando a todo aquel que
as lo merezca, para bien de
nuestra patria.
Corresponsal Arfulo
Hallan ahorcado
en Las Minas a
Valentn Gonzlez
LAS MINAS, Marzo 19. Co-
rresponsal. Manuel Soto Co-
rresponsal del Nanzal, inform
ayer autoridades aqu, que Va-
lentn Gonzlez vecino Distri-
to, fu encontrado en la maa-
na ahorcado, su cuerpo penda
de las ramas de un rbol en su
propio cafetal. Hasta ahora no
se tiene indicios de la causa del
hecho ni debe suponerse suicidio
caso raro en personas relativa-
mente joven, trabajador, de
costumbres moderadas y situa-
cin econmicas regular o ms
bien homicidio. Funcionarlos
dlstrltonales de instruccin no
han regesado del lugar del su-
ceso.
MODERNO CARRO DE PASAJEROS. Fotografa de uno de
los modernos carros para el transporte de pasajeros adquiri-
dos ltimamente por el Ferrocarril Nacional de Chiriqul, para
reemplazar a los antiguos. ___
CORRESPONSALES
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CATIVAAstral
Con entusiasmo
se desarrollan
los actos de Pes .
PE8E. marzo 18. (Correspon-
sal Especial!. 81gue desarro-
llndose con gran entusiasmo
en sta el programa de festi-
vidades de las fiestas patrona-
les de San Jos. Con asisten-
cia del doctor Arnulfo Arias y
los Ministros de Gobierno y
Educacin y otras altas perso-
nalidades se efectu anoche
primera escena barco y castillo,
que fue del agrado general, me-
rereciendo elogiosos comenta-
rios pblicos. Hoy devlase bus-
to extinto Jos Varem B. y pre-
.'icnlarse escena comedia barco
y castillo.
REINADO DE AZUERO
PESE, marzo 18.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
Con gran entusiasmo se ha
celebrado en Pes el quinto
escrutinio para elegir la Reina
de Azuero. La seoritas Elba
Vargas, candidata por Pes, es-
t trabajando intensamente pa-
ra colocar su candidatura en
las filas de las ganadoras en
los ltimos escrutinios.
Olmedo Vrela
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores urooramas
NUEVA SECCIN NUEVOS LOTES
NUEVO CLUB
Y estamos vendiendo CLUB DE LOTES
en el Parque Lefevre de B 4.00 semanales.
CA. de lefevre, s. a.
Calle A No. 5 Telfono: 2-3333
CONCURSO A BECAS PARA ESCUELAS
SECUNDARIAS OFICIALES V PRIVADAS
Desde el lunes, 19 hasta el sbado. 31 de marzo del pre-
sente ao. estar abierto el concurso para adjudicar 89 becas
en los planteles Secundarios Oficiales y 6 becas en los par-
ticulares. Las solicitudes para intervenir en eete concurso
deben hacerse en un formulario especial quo podr obte-
nerse en la Direccin de Educacin Secundarla y en la
Direccin de cada una de las escuelas secundarlas.
INSTITUTO NACIONAL: Dos (2) becas para primer ao;
tses (3) para Cuarto Ao; una (1) para Sexto Ano.
ESCUELA DE ARTES Y OFICIOS "MELCHOR LASSO
DE LA VEGA": Tres (3) para indgenas; siete (7) para Pri-
mer Ao.
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL: Una (1) para Indgenas; cinco
(5) para IV Comercio; cinco (5) para IV Economa Domsti-
ca; una (1) para IV Telegrafa.
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO": Tres (3) para Primer Ao;
una (1) para Segundo Ao; dos (2) para Tercer Ao.
COLEGIO "FELIX OLIVARES C": Una (1) para Primer
Ao; una (1) para Segundo Ao; una (1) para Tercer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE BOCAS DEL TORO: Una (1) para
Primer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE AGUADULCE: Una (1) para Pri-
mer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE PENONOME: Una (l)\para Pri-
mer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE LA PALMA, DARIEN: Dos (2) para
Primer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE LA CONCEPCIN: Una (1) para
Primer Ao.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE LAS TABLAS: Tres (3) pa-
ra Primer Ao.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE CHITRE: Tres (3) para
Primer Ao.
ESCUELA NORMAL "J. D. AROSEMENA": Cinco (5) pa-
ra Primer Ao; trece (13) para Cuarto Ao; dos (2) para
indgenas.
COLEGIO INTERNACIONAL DE MARA INMACULADA
(VISTA DEL MAR): Una (1) para Primer Ao y una (1) pa-
ra Tercer Ao.
ESCUELA COMERCIAL DE MARA INMACULADA (CIU-
DAD): Una (1) para Primer Ao.
ESCUELA PANAMA: Dos (2) para Primer Ao.
INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO: Una (1) para Primer
Ao.
NOTA IMPORTANTE: Las becas oficiales sern otorga-
das para un ciclo de estudio solamente. Para las becas de
los planteles oficiales no se aceptarn aspirantes que resi-
dan en el lugar donde est ubicado el plantel.
Tampoco se aceptarn aspirantes para un ciclo de estu-
dio, si en la Provincia del aspirante existen planteles de la
misma ndole de estudio.
Los exmenes para adjudicar las becas para estudios
secundarlos versarn sobre Matemticas, Espaol e Informa-
cin General (Historia, Ciencias, Geografa. Educacin Cvi-
ca y Asuntos de Actualidad) y comenzarn el lunes 9 de
abril a las 8 a.m. en las siguientes escuelas: Escuela Normal
"J. D. Aroaemena" (Santiago); Instituto Nacional (Panam);
Colegio "Abel Bravo" (Coln); Colegio "Flix Olivares C."
(David); Escuela Secundaria de Chitr (Chitr); Escuela
Secundarla de Las Tablas (Las Tablas); Primer Ciclo de
Penonom (Penonom): Primer Ciclo de Bocas del Toro
(Bocas del Toro); Primer Ciclo de Darin (La Palma); Pri-
mer Ciclo de La Chorrera (La Chorrera).
Panam, 17 de marzo de 1951.
FRANCISCO M. DIAZ
Director de Educacin Secundarla
CASA CURAL EN CHEPO. Fotografa tomada por nuestro
corresponsal en Chepo, don Jos B. Fuentes, ai inicarse los
trabajos de la nueva casa coral. En ella puede verse al Cura
prroco, Fenosa Pascual, quien, entre el grupo de obreros
muestra su entusiasmo. La obra ha podido llevarse a cabo
gracias a la generosa ayuda de don Toms Gabriel Duque y
seora doa Marta von Lindenman de Duque.
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Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
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de EL PANAMA.AMERICA
Telfono $-10 OSAS: l:N a II :H a.*.
Pedro Vargas, Jos, Mojica y
el panameo Salvador Muoz
El popular y aplaudido tenor mexicano Pedro Vargas en com-
paa de su famoso compatriota Jos Mojica, hoy retirado a
la quietud de un convento franciscano de Caracas v del m-
sico panameo Salvador Muoz, en momentos en que Fray
Jos de Guadalupe (Mojes) entregaba al cantante Pedro
Vareas el primer album de msica clslca-religiosa, grabado
a beneficio del Seminario de Is orden Franciscana. Fray Jo-
s de Guadalupe aesbs de firmar un contrato por 12,000 d-
lares con nuestro compatriota Salvador Muoz para grabar
msica religiosa a beneficio tambin de la Orden Franciscana.
Las fbricas americanas se
hallan a merced de espas y
saboteadores de los rusos
RELIGIOSA
Jueves Santo
6.30Misa rezada para enfer-
mos.
7.30 a.m.Misa solemne y Re-
posicin en el Monumento.
8.00 p.m.Solemne Hora San-
ta, predicada por el RP. Ignacio
Amzola, S. I.
Viernes Santo
7.00 a.m.Misa de los Presan-
tlficads.
1.00 p.m.Vla-Crusls, y a con-
tinuacin, funcin de las Siete
Palabras del Seor en la Cruz.
Sern predicadas por el R.P.
Florentino Idoate, S.I.
Sbado Santo
6.00 a.m.Comienzan los Di-
vinos Oficios:
Bendicin del fuego, lectura
de Profecas, Solemne Bendicin
del Agua Bautismal. Al final,
como a las 7.30 Misa de Gloria.
Ayuda con tu limosna a los
gastos del Monumento.
For Steffan Andrews
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, marzo 19.
(EPSi. Ms de dos mfl do
las ms Importantes fbricas
norteamericanas estn en con-
diciones que favorecen el es-
pionaje y el sabotaje, han de-
clarado aqui los ms altos fun-
cionarlos de seguridad, al ha-
cer un llamamiento a los pro-
pietarios para que proceda a
corregir tan peligrosa deficien-
cia. -
La Junta de Municiones, que
est grandemente Interesada en
esta materia, ha iniciado un
estudio de las condiciones exis-
tentes en las fbricas que tie-
nen contratos con el gobierno,
pero admite que el trabajo es
tan extenso que no podr ter-
minarse antes de Julio. Por lo
tanto, pasaran muchos meses
antes de que pudieran reco-
mendarse medidas con base en
tal estudio.
Esto significa que hasta me-
diados del verano, las principa-
les fbricas n o r t eamericanas
estarn prcticamente a mer-
ced de los agentes enemigos.
Su vulnerabilidad h" sido pues-
ta en evidencia en los procesos
contra espas llevados a cabo
en Nueva York, en los cuales se
ha sealado lo "ridlcularmen-
te fcil" que ha sido para los
acusados apoderarse de secre-
tos atmicos que se suponan
celosamente guardados.
Los funcionarlos de seguridad
aseguran que desde que estall
la guerra en Corea se han to-
mado ciertas precauciones pa-
ra proteger las fbricas vita-
les, pero al mismo tiempo re-
conocen que muchas de ellas
son grandemente vulnerables.
El general Jerry V. Matejka,
director militar de requerimien-
tos Industriales, ha Informado
a los administradores, de f-
bricas que deben proceder in-
mediatamente a tomar las me-
didas necesarias para corregir
las deficiencias apuntadas, con-
sidera que la Junta de Muni-
ciones no tiene autoridad para
dictar ella misma tales medi-
das, y que sus indicaciones son
las de un organismo consul ir.
estando obligados los propieta-
rios y administradores a adop-
tar las precauciones indispen-
sables para la seguridad de ca-
da planta.
Por su parte, el director de
la Oficina Federal de Inves-
tigaciones, J. Edgar Hoover, ha
sealado que su organizacin
no tiene poder alguno en las
fbricas, sino nicamente sobre
los saboteadores. Poco antes de
la segunda guerra mundial
Hoover envi muchos de sus
agentes, a diversas fbricas, pa-
ra investigar las actividades de
sabotaje, encontrando que era
muy fcil penetrar en ellas y
apoderarse de info rmaclones
extremadamente valiosas. Esto
tom por sorpresa a los admi-
nistradores de las mismas, quie-
nes estaban convencidos de que
sus fbricas contaban con toda
la proteccin necesaria.
PSICOLOGA DEL
MATRIMONIO
El matrimonio es tan popular
porque combina dos mximos: el
de la tentacin y el de la oca-
sin,
Bernard Shaw, i
Cuando un hombre dice: "Ten-
go fe ciega en mi mujer", quler
a. que. en efecto, confa
en ella. Cuando una mujer di-
ce: Tengo fe ciega en mi mari-
co'', lo que en realidad, quiere
decir es que tiene fe ciega en si
misma.
Francis de Croisset. .
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
I
l
i
Notable bailarina hngara actuar
en el Teatro Nacional el mes pxmo.
ACTOS RELIGIOSOS DE AYER. Con varios artos se celebr ayer en Panam el Domingo
de Ramos, asistiendo toaos ello* numerosos fieles. Lar anteriores fotos tomadas por la lla-
mara, de Domy, nos muestran en el plano supe.or un aspecto de la concurrida procesin lle-
vada a cabo en San Francisco de la Caleta. Ln ella podemos ver el tradicional burro llevando
sobre su lomo al Seor, quien porta en sus manos la palma bendita, todos ellos smbolos de la
entrada triunfal del Seor en Jerusaln. La foto Inferior nos muestra un aspecto de la pro-
cesin que parti de la Iglesia de San Francisco en esta ciudad, conmemorativa del Jubileo
del Ao Santo. Recorr las iglesias da la ciudad. Miles de fieles formaron filas para seguir
al sagrado cortejo.
Shower
En honor de la Srta. Norita
Daz Villalaz quien contraer
matrimonio prximamente con
el joven Vctor Tejelra Jr., la
Sra. Maruja Lara de Ford y
la Srta. Rosarlo Lara ofrecie-
ron el sbado un Shower en el
Hotel Washington en Coln, al
cual asisti un gran nmero de
damltas de la sociedad colo-
nense.
fianameo el Secretarlo de Re-
aciones Exteriores don Julio
Brlceo.
Fiesta
El sbado en la noche se reu-
nieron en la residencia de la
Srta. Mayi Cervera un numero-
so grupo de seoritas y tuvie-
ron una animada flestecita.
Para Los Estados Unidos
De paso para los Estados Uni-
dos donde presidir la delega-
cin ecuatoriana- a la conferen-
cia de Cancilleres pas unos
das en esta ciudad el Canciller
ecuatoriano don Neftal Ponce.
El Sr. Ponce fu" recibido y aten
ddo por el Encargado' de Nego-
cios del Ecuador Dr. Alberto
Barriga y por el personal de la
Embajada: concurri tambin a
recibirlo en nombre del gobierno
Para Washington
Nuestra despedida para BE.
el Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores Dr. Carlos N. Brln y Sra.
Dora A. de Brin y para S. E. el
Ministro de Agricultura y Co-
mercio don Ricardo M. Arlas y
Sra. Olga A. de Arias, quienes
maana parten para Washing-
ton por la via area.
Para Costa Rica
Despedimos muy atentamen-
te a la Srta. Ana Mara Mndez
quien sigui en viaje de placer
para San Jos de Costa Rica.
'Siguieron para Costa Rica la
Sra. Clara de Lima y los Sres.
Frank de Lima hijo y Persey de
Lima, a quien deseamos una
grata permanencia en la veci-
na- Repblica Costarricense.
Enfermos
Se encuentra recluida en el
Hospital Panam sufriendo lige-
ros quebrantos de salud la Sra.
Teresa Angelini de Vizcaya. Es-
peramos se recupere en breve
de sus dolencias.
Ha Ingresado a la Clnica San
Fernando en busca de salud el
Sr. Antonio Donado, a quien
deseamos una pronta concale-
cencia.
Formulamos votos por el
pronto restablecimiento del Sr.
Rodolfo Guillen, quien se en-
cuentra enfermo en la Clnica
San Fernando.
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares siguieron
para San Jos de Costa Rica,
lugar de su residencia, el 8r.
Rothsay Playa y Sra. Graciela
Jcome de Playa acompaados
de su nio. Los despedimos.
SI NO ES USTED, SERA OTRO:
No se deje ganar de otro. A lo mejor otra
persona tratar de obtener su nmero. Ven-
ga a inscribirse al Club de Lotes que le
ofrecemos en la Ciudad Radial. Lotes de 600
metrosi .....
CA. de lefevre, s. a.
Calle "A" No. 3 Telfono 2-3332
Restableeidas
Acompaada de su recin na-
cida abandon el Hospital Pa-
nam la Sra. Rubiela O. de
Lombana. Tanto la madre como
la recin nacida se encuentran
gozando de perfecta salud.
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la Sra. Blanca
de Leone, quien despus de ha-
ber permanecido recluida por
varios das en San Fernando se
encuentra nuevamente en su re-
sidencia.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Cecilia de la G. de de
Roux.
Sra. Amlnta A. de Orillar.
Sra. Luisa Maria O. de Tanco.
Sra. Graciela A. de Sandoval.
Sra. Josefa O. de Mena.
Sra. Clara F. de Jaeger.
Monseor Jos Mara Precia-
do O.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Luz R de Quijano
Sra. Carmen P. de Van der
Hans.
Sr. Francisco Fbrega.
Kla Alicia Ester Jurado.
Hoy celebra su cumpleaos
Monseor Jos Maria Preciado
y Nieva, Arzobispo de la ciudad
de Coln.
Nos complace presentar nues-
tras felicitaciones ms sinceras.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
Se considera imposible que
se obsequie trigo a India
por Marie T. BROWN
-4N.A.N.A.'
WASHINGTON. Marzo 1.
(EPS>. El obsequio de dos
millones de toneladas de trigo
norteamericano a la India es
considerado como "prcticamen-
te" por la poderosa Comisin de
Reglamento de la Cmara de
Representantes, segn se ha sa-
bido de muy buena fuente.
El proyecto de ley para ayu-
dar a la India, presentado por
el representante Thomas E. Mor-
gan, ha sido retornado a la Co-
misin de Relaciones Exteriores.
Conforme al reglamento parla-
mentario vigente, si un proyec-
to de lev no es presentado a la
Cmara por una Comisin, no
puede ser discutido a menos que
lo acompae una peticin fir-
mada por el cincuenta por cien-
to de los representantes, cosa
prcticamente imposible de rea-
Szar. Y la Comisin de Regla-
mentos encontr el proyecto de
Morgan muy deficiente.
Un estudio hecho por la mis-
ma Comisin demuestra que los
dos millones de toneladas de
trigo suministran carga para
trescientos cincuenta barcos y
que los Estados Unidos slo tie-
nen disponibles para el trans-
fiorte de ese trigo cincuenta. Por
o tanto, cada uno de ellos ten-
dra que hacer siete viajes a 'r.
India, lo cual requiriria quince
meses para entregar todo el tri-
go. Por lo tanto, no sera posi-
ble dar la "rpida ayuda" de que
se habla.
En cambio, la India podra al-
quilar todos los barcos necesa-
rios a las marinas mercantes
noruega, sueca, holandesa, fran-
cesa, italiana, panamea, etc. y
segn Indica el representante
Carrol Reece. miembro de la Co-
misin de Relaciones Exteriores,
cuenta con un fondo en oro en
Londres de 1,800 millones de li-
bras esterlinas, para comprar el
trigo v pagar su transporte. Sin
embargo, el gobleno indio no
quiere usar tal dinero, porque
ello perturbara la economa
britnica.
"La India habr obtenido o-
tra cosecha propia de trigo
ouando el nuestro-le pueda lle-
gar," dice el representante John
Taber. Por otra parte, se Indica
que adems de la escasez de
bancos apuntada, los Estados
Unidos carecen de vagones de
carga suficientes para llevar el
trigo a los puertos de embar-
que.
salud
en polvo
la llaman
porque
nutre y
vitaliza !

la que a
todos
beneficia !
VALLE
VERDE
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danxas clsicas que Interpreta. Para la ejecucin de su artstica
tarea, disea sus propios vestidos y la escenografa que utiliza
en ssu espectculos. ...
Sus prorrateas son ortodoxos en su esencia musical plenos
de tonalidades y matices. ., .
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das 2 v 21 del mes de abril prximo, auspiciada por el Departa-
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Protrama* y Festejos.
Mario Julio, Dr. Benito Pinzn
Edelberto E. Castillos.. Joel Ben-
jamn, Carlos Glrldez L., Jos*
A. Sosa. Isaac Osorlo, Octavio
Duran, Rosemberg Valero.
Reinado "Club Los Tigres"
Participacin de San Blas. F-
lix Oiler y Victor Navas.
..Pro-Salud de Animales
Paul Dowell, L. C. Muoz, y
C. C. Clay.
Exoneracin de Impuestos
Ricardo Guardia Fernndez,
Rosemberg Valero, Jos D. Ba-
zn, Silvio Salazar y Carlos V.
Alvarado Amador.
Transportes
Luis M. Charrls. Oswaldo Hul-
bron, Howard Finigan Galo Ro-
drguez. N. A. Barletta, Ricardo
Ouardia Fernndez, Pastos Ra-
mos Jr., Rodrigo Tello.
Pro-Exhibicin de Campeones
Federico Alberto de Alba. Al-
berto Motta. Henry Simons Q.
Industrias
Edmund Ulrich. Demetrio Ru,-
sdlmos. Carmen Calonge, Juan
O. L. Frank Scstt Jr.. Vctor
Cspedes, Jimmy Butler, Victor
tfavas.
Prensa y Radio
Anbal Gallndo. Argimlro Guar
dia, Daniel Delgado D., Pedro
Morales U. Roberto Troncoso,
William Arthur, Antonio J.
Jan, C. A. Coleman.
Alojamientos
Osear Tern, Hotel Imperial.
Br. Antonia 8. Garcia, Ramn
Foyo.
Premios >
Julio A. Salas. Roberto D. Von
Tress, Ernesto E. Estenoz. Jos
M. Delgado R Juan Palomera
Alberto A. Filos. Lenidas Sn-
chez. A. R. Stevenson.
Coordinadores
Jos M. Vsquez M.. y Benito
Pabn Jr.
SE VENDE:En El Valle. Lote peque-
o. Bien situado. Con servicio de
acueducto, Precio mdico. Facilida-
des de pago. Telfono No. 2-3248
Panam.
SE VENDE:Finca titulada, 2,500
metros cuadrados, con frente de
100 metros a la carretera Trans-
Istmica Boyd-Roosevelt, en Soba-
ndo, Distrilo de Coln. Tiene uno
casa de dos pisos y terreno cercado
con planchas de hierro. Es apropia-
do pera crio de aves de corral. Se
dan facilidades de pago. Acudo o
la finca para que lo examine y
trata directomente con su dueo
Niconor Gonzlez.
LECCIONES
Padre de Familia: Si su hijo est de-
ficiente en Espaol, aydelo ocu-
diendo a colle 34 No. 32. Tel.
3-2257. Solicite por Profesora.
SE VENDE
Automvil**
SE VENDE :NDos Chevrplet 1947
de 4 puertas, 1 camin de plata-
forma. Chevrolet 1942 de I 1-2
tpnelodos. The Texos Compony
(Panama! Inc. Frente o la Coca
Cola. Tel: 2-0620.
SE COMPRA
SE NECESITA: Sirviento paro la
limpieza y servicio. Deba dormir
an al trobojo. Traiga referencias.
Calla 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Niero con expe-
riencia, muy buen sueldo. Calle
Colombia No, 20, Apto. 4.
SE NECESITA:Una empleado iue
sepa cocinar y aVermo en el tro-
bajo. Calle 2a Perejil No. 6. .Tel.
3-3359.
SE NECESITA:Cocinerd que sepa
cocinar, no tiene que dormir en
cosa. Tambin uno empleodo_ pota
servicios gene/ales de casa. Si tie-
ne que dormir en casa y que no seo
muy joven. Ave. Manuel Mara de
Icaza No. 26.
SE NECESITA: Niera con reco-
mendacin. Debe dormir en el em-
pleo. Calle 44 No. 34, Apto. 1.
SI NECESITA:Empleada ua. lava
y planche bien. Traiga referencias.
Ava. Bal'iea y calle 33, siauma
familia Remete.
-4-
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora coci-
nor, lavar, planchar. Calle 29 E,
Nc. 15.
SE NECESITA:Empleada, preferi-
ble que duerma en casa. Sastrera
Poris. Calle B Ne. 45.
SE NECESITA: Sirvienta interiora-
na, joven, sin hijos, que sepa plan-
char y dems quehaceres de' la
caso para familia pequea, sueldo
B.20.00. Ave. Centrol 38 tercer
piso. Apto. 1-D, Lo Pollera. Fami-
lia Fragela.
SE NECESITA:En Via Espaa No.
32, altos, una cocinera que sepa
disponer.
SE NECESITA: Cocinero paro el
Valle de Antn, para 4 personas,
B.12, quincenales. Ave. B, No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos. Casa de Lindberg.
Tel. 2-1925, No. 897 Union Ploce.
Balboo.
SE NECESITA:Uno buena cocinero,
mognifico sueldo, Avenida del Pe-
r 75. altos.
SE NECESITA;Una empleada paro
servicios domsticos. Calle. 52 No.
8 Apto. No. 6. El Pando.
SE NECESITA:Carguera poro nio
Calle 48 No. 2, apartamento 2.
SE VENDE
Artculo* de Casa
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Serval de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nueva. Todava est
en su cojo. Formado Lo Esperan-
za __ Avenido A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
SE NECESITA
Genera]
SE ALQUILA:
Local espacioso
para depsito o taller.
Ocurra:
Ca. Santea de Licores
Calla "H" No. 23
Tel. 2-2964
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RECIBO OFERTAS poro la compra de
los siguientes acciones: I 20Agen-
cias Lumino. S. A., comunes; 50
Arango & Lyons, preferidos; ?00~-
Arango & Lyons, comunes; 1,750
Clnico San Fernando, comunes,
300Destiledoro Nacional, comu-
nes; 4,378Hoteles Interameti-
conos. comunes; 800Cia. Lefe-
vre, preferidas; 1.750Co. Le-
fevre. comunes; 300Cia. Pana-
meo de Fuerzo y Luz. preferidos;
47.000Rep. de Panom. 4.
bonos; 100Storey Engineering,
comunes; 3,620 Tierros de Cha-
gres, comunes; 350Tierras a
Chaires, preferido*. Ocurra a Julio
Quijeno. ^^_^^__^__
La nacionalizacin
calmado y se sonrea constab-
lemente.
El tiroteo de hoy coincidi
con los informes de que el Pre-
mier Hussein Ala encuentra se-
rias dificultades en formar un
Gobierno y se cree que renun-
ciar su mandato. 8e tiene p^r
entendido que la principal
fuente de dificultades se debe
al temor de los candidato., a
fermar parte del Gobierno po
sus vidas.
Fuentes Informadas dije.un
que Hussein Ala, quien ha su-
cedido al Premier Rarmara,
quien muri asesinado, conti-
nuar sus esfuerzos de forma1,
un Gobierno solamente ha-ta
el Mircoles cuando el Parla-
mento de Irn estar en recco.
Se espera que el Senado a-
piuebe hoy o maana por uii--
rlmidad la nacionalizacin de
la Industria petrolera, la cual
lu aprobada por la Cmara
Baja lav semana pasada. T.ca
Comits del Senado han apo-
yado unnimemente la medida.
Razmara fu asesinado pur
oponerse a la Ley nacionalizan-
do las industrias petroleras de
Irn, la cual es controlada por
cpital britnico.
En Mosc, el peridico oficial
Pravda. dio a entender que los
agentes norteamericanos fi e-
ron responsables de la mueite
de Rabiara porque ste se opo-
na "^1 oominlo americano" de
i su pas
SE NECESITA:Cortador de vidrio.
Ca. Dulcidio Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento)
SE ALQUILA: Aportomanto an
Avenida Mxico final y calla 43
Este. Moma 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrado inde-
pendiente. No. 4. calle la. Perry
Hill. 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en A-
venida Cuba No. 15. al lado del
Museo Nacional. Para informes
ocurro Avenida Per No. 23, Apto.
4. bajos.
SE ALQUILA: Apartomentcs en
primer piso, para oficino, altos edi-
ficio teatro Central, Panom.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento grande
de un piso solo, en Avenida Nor-
te No. 63-A. Ocurra alli mismo.
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
Herrera.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, os recmaras,
dos servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. telfono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, sola-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
claro, fresco. Calle Colombia. No.
8, Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, sola,
comedor, 2 recamaros, cocina y
servicio. Completamente indepen-
diente. Calle 43 No. 64, Bella
Vista. Tel. 3-0458.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Locol poro oficina,
orribo del Teatro Centrol.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficios tocles cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Solicitan Infor-
mocin en Almacenes 5 y 10 con-
tuvo*.
SE ALQUILAN:Oficinas comercia-
las en el Edificio de la Cmara de
Comercio, esquina de la Avenida
Ecuador y Avenida Cuba, cado
oficina tiene su ervicio indepen-
diente.
SE ALQUILA:Locol en colle 3a.
No. 15. propio pora oficina o de-
psito, para informes llame tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Un local, muy omplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial en
calle Carlos A. Mendoza No. 68.
Ocurro alli mismo.
SE ALQUILA: Primer olto de lo
caso 103 de lo Ave. Centrol. pro-
pio poro oficina o saln de reunio-
nes, precio muy conveniente, in-
formes planta boja.
SE NECESITA:Contable compten-
te con experiencia, que sepa in-
gls y espaol. Srvase traer refe-
rencias. Dirjase a Agencias W.
H. Deal, S. A., Avenido Central
No. 14.
SE NECESITA:Un plgnchodor. La-
vandera Pesante*, Central 247.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuartos a solteros de
buenas costumbres. A.venida An-
cn No. 27 altos.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
entrada independiente B.6 00 por
semana. Avenido Ernesto Lefevre.
Coso No. 32.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATCRIO
El suscrito Alcald* ,til Distrito C*pital.
HACK SABRR:
Qo el Inapactor (ienaral del Trnsito,
Mayor Mareo A Solfa, ha comunicado
a aa( llitpacho. mtdiante Oficio No.
?4U d i de loa eorriantaa, qua da-de
el an. ri* Diciembr* del ano puado fun
remolcado y puaato a diapoa.cin dt I
Aa!,aldia dWI iatrtto. 1 automvil marra
-KORD". con piara da 1v*0 No. Z-S12A-
K P. Modelo 1941. Que el propietario
da cata rabiculo queda raplasado por al
termino Je 10 (treinta) dfaa a partir da
la f*rha\ para Que Hoya al roclamo co-
i-tapondient* j haga rolar aua Here-
rata da propietario.
a>* la Advierta que vanride ata termi-
na, dicho actomOT! ara rematado an
ttubaata pblica y adjudicado al m*:or
reato:. da conformidad al Artieulo 1*91
nel Codito Adminiatraivo.
Para quo eirva J* formal notificacin
a loa ir'ereaadaa colora al praaania
adicto en lagar viatble le lo Alcalda
nal Distrito y da la Tesorera Munici-
pal, hoy ftciaiat* de Mario de mil
novecientos riBcuaato y na*.
COMUNIQESE.
El Alcalde.
A-g.l Vaga Mdoaoa
El Bocrotario. Luia M. Soto.
SE VENDE
Motocicleta
SE VENDE:Motocicleta Harley Da-
vidson tipo 45. De Luxe, modelo
1951, 800 millas, como nueva.
B.850.00- Llame al "Garage Bella
Visto". Avenido Per No. 99. Tel.
3-1618. Tel 3-3475. Despus de
los 5:30 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Acede ELDORADO
De Vunta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
Se espera que
vencin", pero La Nacin, el se-
aundo diario independiente Ce
Argentina y el nico que qu~-
da desde que La Prensa cen
el 26 de Enero por la dispata
con los vendedores de diario.>- -
en un editorial critic la lega-
lidad de la decisin y las cau-
sas que a motivaron.
El peridico gobiernista "Du
mocracia" dijo en un editorial
ae primera plana que el Con-
greso se haba vls^o forzado a
intervenir porque rel conflicto
entre La Prensa -y los vendeco-
es haba dejado de ser "unio-
nista". Dijo que el conflicto se
"nabia extendido como resultado
ci la negativa de la "gerencia
invisible" de La Prensa a ce-
der a las demandas de los ven-
dedores.
El editorial continuaba dlclen
co que "evidentemente esto ser-
via a los intereses de los que
manejan la "prensa libre" en
el mundo capitalista para man-
tener el caso de La Prensa co-
mo un foco de ijnfeccin in-
ternacional- La Prensa Iba a
ser tomada como una excusa
permanente para hablar contra
Pern y su Gobierno, cuyo cri-
men imperdonable contra Wa
Street es el de haber creado en
el mundo capitalista una nueva
conciencia y una nueva doctri-
na tan anti-capltalista como
ar.tl-comunista".
El editorial de La Nacin Je-
cia: "SI todos los procedimien-
tos contra nuestro colega La
Prensa har sido normales, nin-
guno parece tan anormal como
la intervencin del Congreso en
ei caso. Adems ninguno pare
ce tan contrario a los esfuer-
zos hechos desde el comieinso
para presentar el caso como un
simple conflicto laboral".
Grupo central
el grupo central formado por
tilos era temporal, y que hab.ia
consultas con otros Gobiernos
y Organizaciones acerca la com-
posicin futura del grupo pej-
manente que iniciar y facili-
tar el trabajo de cada una e
Us Comisiones.
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessoros de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores, Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Acabamos de recibir:
Sierras Circulares!
Sierras 'Sin Fin'!
Canteadoras de 6"!
Ricardo A. Mir.
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet amoblado, 3
recmaros, 2 bonos, cuarto servi-
cio, garage Magnifica situacin.
Ave. Justo Arosemeno 92. Tel. 3-
3488._________________^^
SE ALQUILA:Chalet completamen-
te amoblado, solo, comedor, tres
recmaras, 2 baos, porch, terra-
zo, garage, cuarto empleada, jar-
dn, pateo grande. Ave. 6o. altos
del Golf, entre Calles 7a. y 8a
Telfono 3-2541.
Winston Churchill
de la lucha partidista corres-
ponde al Gobierno por nacio-
nalizar el acero y no rearmar
el pas a tiempo".
Manifest que "la democra-
cia parlamentaria reside en las
elecciones, pero una campaa
prolongada no es buena para
Gran Bretaa. Tenemos ya 13
meses de Ubre electoral que
pondran a prueba a la cons-
titucin ms vigorosa".
Expres la seguridad de que
los Conservadores ganarn las
elecciones. Dijo que la pers-
pectiva a consecuencia de la
devaluacin es amenazadora pa-
ra cualquier Gobierno y se ne-
cesita una nacin fuerte para
contribuir a salvar la humani-
dad de la tirana comunista o
el aniquilamiento por la gue-
rra".
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Lealle IS Este #4 Tel. 2-26*0
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Avt. Norte No. 48
ANTES DE SUSCRIBIRSE A
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consulte nuestros precios!
Los ms bajes t plaaa!
MUEBLERA europea
Ave. Central J Calle 21 E.
Tels. 2-1830 y 2-18S3
SE ALQUILA
local situado en la esejtilna
de Avenida B y Calle 14 Este,
el centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-3430 Calle 10 Este #4
Bateras
EVEREADY
PERSIANAS ^v<*
$ PORRAS
o TELONES DE ALUMINIO
e TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3097 Panam
La conferencia
Jessup Gromyko habia dca-
uuido por sus propias palabras,
la valides de su tesis de que sus
cuestiones de la militarizacin
alemana y la reduccin de- ar -
mamentos deban figurar en iis-
ta aparte de la agenda.
Los delegados terminaron la
.segunda semana de negociacio-
nes sin que ninguna de las par-
tes cediera en su puntos ae
vista.
Los representantes de Esta-
dos Unidos, Gran Bretaa y
I-rancia continan buscando un
temarlo amplio y objetivo que
permita la discusin de las cau-
sas de la tensljn Internacional
Cl delegado sovitico ha exigido
en repetidas ocasiones que se
le diera prioridad a militari-
zacin de Alemania y a la re-
duccin de los armamentos
Ambas propuestas podran ser
Discutida en un temario ofre-
cido por las otras tres naciones
Poltica de tres
regulacin de artculos de con-
sumo bsicos para proteger el
desarrollo econmico de las na-
ciones Latino-Americanas.
Se estn
Hangye a 13 millas al Sur del
Paralelo, pero una estricta cen-
sura militar no permite cono-
cer los detalles de otros avan-
ces aliados a lo largo del fren-
te de 140 millas.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejr-
cito dijo que las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas han estableci-
do "posiciones slidas" a 17 mi-
llas al'Sur del Paralelo, y han
enviado patrullas "millas" ae
Norte.
Las patrullas encabezadas por
las fuerzas blindadas, >en su
bsqueda de comunistas, han
encontrado slo una resisten-
cia leve y dispersa de las reta-
guardias comunistas que se en-
cuentran protegiendo la retira-
da de 250 mil rojos chinos y
coreanos.'
Informes del Servicio de In-
teligencia indican que los co-
munistas han abandonado a
Chunchon a siete millas y me-
dia al Sur del Paralelo y su
ultima base principal en Co-
rea dej Sur, retirndose a nue-
vas defensas a* Norte del Pa-
ralelo.
Las necesidades militares pue-
den obligar al General MacAr-
thur a decidir por s mismo el
cruce del Paralelo 38 en perse-
cucin de los rojos. Todo parece
Indicar que las fuerzas del 8o
Ejercito lleguen al Paralelo 38
antes que los diplomticos de
las Naciones Unidas lleguen a
un acuerdo.
MacArthur ha declarado que
el no enviar las tropas al Nor-
te del Paralelo si hay "posibili-
dades razonables" de establecer
limitaciones en el Paralelo. Al-
gunas esferas creen que Mac-
Arthur decidir que no hay ob-
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o La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
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Calibre 26
jeclones a que l cruce el Pa-|
ralelo si las. Naciones Unidas
no toman pronto una accin.
Aunque se cree que Gran:
Beetaa se opone al cruce del
Paralelo, el Teniente General,
Sir Horace Robertson, Coman-
dante de las Fuerzas Britnicas
dijo que no ha recibido rde-
nes de no cruzarlo.
En el frente occidental, una
patrulla armada de los Estados
Unidos encontr tropas de las
retaguardias comunistas al Sur
de Uijongbu a diez 'millas d-
Sel y a 18 millas al Sur del
Paralelo. Otra patrulla tuvo un
encuentro con las retaguardias
comunistas alrededor de Han-
gye a diez millas al noreste de
Hongchon y 13 millas al 8ur
del Paralelo, pero los detalles
de los avances han sido elimi-
nados por los censores.
Judith de Herrera
de Panam, la cual se celebr
ayer de acuerdo con los tres
premios de la Lotera Nacional
de Beneficencia, sta fue un
xito rotundo, que tendr como
resultado el establecimiento da
las colonias infantiles de vera-
no, para lo cual ha venido lu-
chando con tesn el Club da
Leones de Panam.
En la celebracin del sorteo
de la Lotera Nacioaal d Be-
neficencia de ayer asisti como
invitado de honor el seor don
Vicente Pascual, Presidente cjel
Club de Leones de Panama,
quien se dirigi al pas por ra-
dio, dando las gracias por la
cooperacin que se le haba da-
do a .su organizacin para lle-
var a cabo con todo xito 14'
rifa.
Momentos despus, una nu-j
trida comisin de Leones se
dirigi al chalet rifado, en don-
de se hizo entrega formal del
mismo a su afortunada duea.
Gromyko usa el
Gromyko se refiri repetida-
mente a las obligaciones de que
las cuatro potencias asumieron
en Postdam de desmilitarizar a
Alemania. Gromyko dijo: "Evi-.
dentemente el Gobierno sovi-
tico considera que estas obli-
gaciones de las cuatro poten-
cias deben cumplirse ahora du-
rante cualquier subsiguiente re-
unin del Consejo de Ministros
de Relaciones Exteriores".
Los delegados occidentales,
recurriendo a la misma actitud
de pasividad sovitica se man-
tuvieron tan inflexibles como l.
Le dijeron que la clase de a-
genda que quera obligarla a
las potencias occidentales a al-
terar sus normas bsicas de
Gobierno en Alemania y que no
tienen intencin de hacer eso
El delegado britnico. Ernes
Davies dijo: "Una agenda no
varia una poltica. La politic
de las potencias occldeptaje*
fue expresada claramente en el
intercambio de notas con Rusia
y todava subsiste".
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CROSLEY Station Wagon 1949 460.
PLYMOUTH Sedan.....1947.. 1200.
PLYMOUTH Sedan.....1948., 1300.
FORD Club Coupe.....1947.. 950.
STUDEBAKER Sedan. .1940.. 1150.
EORDSedan..........1950.. 1(50.
OLDSMOBILE Sedanelle 1949.. 1(25.
DODGE Sedan........1947.. 1100.
HUDSON Club Coupe 1946 1025.
HILLMAN Station Wagon
(MINX)..........1950.. 1450.
VALOS Y PRUBELOS
AGENCIAS PAN-AMERICANAS, S.A.
Agentes de CHRYSLER y PLYMOUTH
Frente al "Rancho" Tels. 2-0825 2-0826




IE*. MARZO 19. 1951
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIFT
Mna
rn a las 8 a. bl en Sta. Rita.
ida circuito ofrecer un partido
daara # inaugurarn las
Apetencias del Baseball Esco-
. de Santa Rita organizadas y
ligldas por el entusiasta y co-
cido deportista local, Eduardo
ato" Martiz.
J)l acto comenzar a las de
maana en el cuadro de San-
1 Rita con un desfile de todos
inscritos. El Uc. Manuel Roy
rector General de Educacin
tica, Izar la bandera. Luego
pdr la presentacin de los
(juntos.
El lanzamiento de la primera
Ja. estar a cargo del seor
Testa, eat-Secretarlo del
..jsterio de Obras Pblicas.
El, Primer Juego de esta Tem-
tada correr a cargo del
De. Cuba ?> Estrellas de San
Miguel.
En el tercer juego de la ma-
ana, el Circuito INTERMEDIO
inaugurara su justa con el
partido:
Cervecera vs Spur Cola
La competencia comprende
tres Circuitos con un total de
fl5 equipos Inscritos.
En la Infantil se disputarn
el tituto 29 equipos, en la semi
intermedia jugarn 18 conjun-
to*, y en la Intermedia 22 no-
venas.
Maana por la tarde no hay
juegos anunciados y los parti-
dos continuarn el mircoles y
el Jueves. El Viernes 8anto no
habr juegos, y los encuen-

;CUITO INFANTIL entre los! tros se reanudarn el sbado.
ulpos:
Renacimiento vs La Fe
En el segundo partido lnicla-
su Torneo el Crcuito 8EMI-
ERMEDIO con el juego
Los juegos se efectuarn to-
dos los dias de la semana, du-
rante todas las horas del dia.
El domingo ser dia de descan-
so.
lentinelas y Maraen se disputarn
campeonato de bisbol distritorial
serie me comenzar el 28 de abril
s equipos Centinelas del I estn confeccionando para con-
lira y Maraen ganadores de memorar el lo. de Mayo, Da del
gruposA SarrilyT. Cupa.s Trabajo Un bello Trofeo que
mectivamente del Torneo de donara dicha Federacin, estar
Liga Distritorial de Baseball en Juego en la mencionada
Panam se medirn el 28 de competencia y todos los partidos
irll en el primer juego de la del a serie sern agasajados por
- la misma entidad. o
En comentado y esperado juego chocan
maana Sosa y Camel en el soft social
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Social i
G. P. PJe.
ptica Sosa.......... l.eee
Camel ............... 1 5
Polica Nacional ...... 7 S .875
Mauricio ......:......* 3 -571
Alemn Jr.........4 3 .571
Cervecera ......... 4 S .571
Madurito ............ J 5 375
Pinocho............. 4 .383
Chesterfield........* 50
O. Jimnei .......... 2 8 -200
Catedral ............... 1 7 .125
Juego de Hoy
ALEMN Jr. vs PINOCHO
4.15 p.m.Santa Rita
Partido de maana
CAMXL va PTICA SOSA
4.19 ptni.Santa Rita
Por BETO TEJADA-
FUTURO CRACK Los fanticos de la hpica observan con
bastante inters las presentaciones del caballo Ingls MAIN
ROAD, que tiene dos triunfos en nuestra vieja cancha saba-
nera. Se cree que Main Road ha venido a Panam especial'
mente para competir en el Clsico Presidente de la Repblica
I hasta ahora todos sus triunfos han sido muy fciles, por lo
cual no ha sido extendido como todos los fanticos esperan
ansiosos.
|rie para decidir el Campen
dicho circuito.........
sta Serle estar auspiciada
Ir la Federacin Sindical de
rabaj adores de Panam y for-
ar parte del Programa que
IUND0 DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
El segundo partido de la serie
se efectuar el Domingo 29 de
Abril y el tercero si es necesario
el lunes 30 de Abril.
IMPUNE NUEVO RECORD!
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
Mas "Tanque" Agulrro
e aqu al conocido y desta-
d jinete nacional Blas Agu-
te que ayer se luci al impo-
ler un nueva record en nues-
W Hipdromo de siete ganado-
bu de nueve compromisos cum-
Eldos. Agulrre logr adems de
U siete triunfos dos segundos
Cestos.
Blas Agulrre logr este fin de
bmana en 18 compromisos, un
bu de nueve ganadores, seis
tgundos puestos y en una oca-
Ion qued fuera de la plata.
|Ko hay duda que existe entre
l gran jinete chileno Jos "Pa-
" Bravo y nuestro primer la-
Igo Blas "Tanque" Agulrre. una
herte pugna por adjudicarse la
ktadstlca del primer semestre
le nuestro Hipdromo, la cual
.ncabera Braxo pero con la
Imenaza serla de Agulrre por
npatar. La actuacin de Bravo
Jsta mana fu: Nueve corrT-
Iromisos de los cuales en cua-
te lleg al primer lugar, dos
el segundo y tres fuera de
plata.
Creemos que es una injusticia
que se ha cometido con el
tete G. CRUZ, al suspenderlo,
que por haber forzado a Pa-
! Bravo a abrirse. Se nos in-
rJIm que un Comisarlo lleg
asta el extremo de tratar de
aneciarle la patente de jinete
_>C'RUZ, pero despus recapaci-
to por rpltca de la MADRE del
Iludido jinete y se la volvi a
Intregar. Ya una vez sucedi
\a caso Igual con el ejemplar
Bosforo, no comprobndose la
Klpabilidad de R. Vsquez, que
Ira el victimario de aquella oca-
Iln; v ahora se vuelve a repe-
lir con Cruz, al que no le cabe
lulpabilldad en el caso. Nunca
e hubiera Cotilln ganado a
psforo, y no creemos que se
Sebe suspender a CRUZ, 81 es
fue los Comisarlos estn empe-
llados en tratar con mano de
ierro las cosas, veremos que di-
len de la carrera de LITUANA..
por que no ae hlbo con Bravo
Romntico .. esperamos a
r el informa de lo Cornisa-
Pedimos excusas a los lectores
de esta columna por haber Inte-
rrumpido nuestras labores sin
explicaciones de ninguna ndo-
le, pero es el caso que nuestras
labores como estudiante de la
Universidad nos lo exlgia du-
rante ese lapso de tiempo, ya
que se trataba de fin de ao
universitario, exmenes y pos-
teriormente las vacaciones. Hoy
comenzamos a bregar como la
habamos hecho desde que vio
la luz esta columna.
Universitario: Recuerda que de-
bes Inscribirte en la "A. D. U.
(Para Damas y Caballeros).
Antes de proseguir con la di-
vulgacin de las lecciones de
Historia y Conceptos de la Edu-
cacin Fsica que se dictan en
la Universidad Nacional, quere-
mos hacer destacar al pblico
en general y en particular a
ciertos seores de la Universi-
dad que todo tratan de obsta-
culizarlo, que jams nos hemos
prestado para plagiar escritos
. para ,
ajenos ni mucho menos pasarlo v ...... .. ----------------
como nuestros. Para aquellas fecha todos sus encuentros.
Plummer se impuso
al cubano Acevedo
por decisin anoche
Leonel Peralta derrot a
Olaciregui por KOT en
el primer asalto
El destacado pgil nacional
I FEDERICO PLUMMER obtuvo
! anoche un merecido triunfo por
i decisin sobre el ex-campen
1 cubano de peso pluma, Miguel
Acevedo, en el encuentro que
sostuvieron a diez asaltos en el
Estadio Olmpico.
Desde los primero asaltos,
Plummer comenz a acumular
puntos, golpeando ms y colo-
cando los mejores' golpes, para
ganar la mayora de los rounds
y triunfar ampliamente con la
decisin de los tres Jueces.
El visitante, 'qua debut ano-
che en los tinglados nacionales
no demostr aquellas condicio-
nes que le dieron renombre, y
aunque se despleg con conoci-
miento en la materia y se por-
t valiente fu superado en la
mayora de las acciones por su
joven rival.
Leonel Peralta se anot ano-
che otro triunfo al imponerse
por nocaut tcnico a los dos
minutos y 10 segundos del pri-
mer asalto a Tem Olaciregui en
la pelea semifinal del progra-
ma.
Cuando el arbitro suspendi
el encuentro, Olaciregui habia
caido ya cuatro veces. Este es
el quinto triunfo consecutivo de
Peralta en el Profesionalismo,
o sea que ha ganado hasta la
Excelente marca
impuso Malcolm
en el baseball
En Importante desafio de la
contienda del Softball Social se
miden esta tarde a las 4.15 en
Santa Rita, los equipos Pinocho
y Alemn Jr., partido ste en el
cual el Alemn busca la victoria
a fin de mantener opcin a su
clasificacin para la serle final
y el Pinocho luchar para triun-
far y no caer en el grupo de
retaguardia.
Tudor lanzar por el Alemn
Jr. y Granado por el Pinocho.
El choque de maana, quizas el
ms Importante del torneo, es-
tar a cargo del CAMEL y P-
TICA SOSA, Juego que ha sido
esperado por los fanticos del
sotball y en el cual el ptica
Sosa pone en Juego su Invicto.
Los del Camel que tienen que
ganar maana para clasificar
definitivamente, ya estn re-
puestos de la derrota que les
propinara el Alemn Jr. y con-
fian en hechar por tierras las
aspiraciones de los "oculistas".
Lucho Walker, el lanzador es-
trella y probable campen lan-
zador saldr a buscar su sp-
tima victoria sin derrotas, te-
niendo como rival a Gerald
Doodley. Ser este pues, un Jue-
go sumamente reido e Intere-
sante.
El partido de ayer lo gan la
Cervecera por 7 a 4, sobre el
Catedral.
EL PASE DE LA FIRMA
Dep. Remn y Dep. Pern ganaron en la
inauguracin del ftbol del Chorrillo
Por VELOCIDAD
"^rxeSE..
El onceno Deportivo "Eva
Duarte de Pern" debuto con
una victoria obre el Deportivo
Mendoza, por dos a uno en el
partido inaugural del Campeo-
nato de Ftbol del Barrio del
Chorrillo ayer en la maana
El Presidente de la Federacin
de Ftbol, el HD. Norberto Na-
varro, dio el saque Inicial del
partido. Anotaron los tantos pa-
ra el equipo ganador Antonio
Agullar y Len Tejada y por los juego
perdedores M. Quintero.
En el segundo partido que re-
sult bastante reido las tropas
del Coronel Remn, se impusie-
ron a los muchachos del PRI,
por cinco a tres. Los pupilos de
Norberto Navarro, se presenta-
ron con algunos refuerzos de Ju-
gadores de la Liga Provincial
de Ftbol de Panam de la pri-
mera divisin como Tolto Gor-
pleron imponerse
rivales.
sus fuertes
En esta ocasin presentamos
al pblico lector de esta colum-
na el "pase de'la firma" en un
, buen apunte de Restrepo, nues-
Anotaron los tantos para el colaborador.
equipo del Comandante Remn;
Baby Yanls, con tres tantos y
Rafael Tala con dos tantos, y
porl os muchachos que dirijo
Miguel A. Rlvas, Carlos "Calln
Torres anot los tres tantos.
El gran guardameta paname-
Como se ve claramente en la
ilustracin, el pase fcilmente
podra confundirse con un dere-
chazo, pero en la diferencia que
"el pase de la firma" es ejecu-
tado cuando el matador consi-
cia y maestra realizaba esta
pase fu el malogrado Alberto
Balderas "El torero de Mxico",
considerado como'uno de /toa
toreros ms. honrados ya que
manifest siempre que se pre
sent al ruedo su dignidad y su
pundonor satisfaciendo las exi-
gencias del pbUco hasta donde
era humanamente posible.
El pase de la firma por su
belleza y plasticidad esta con-
siderado como uno de les ms
lucidos en la suerte de la mu-
e.1 gimi uiuiutv F.-...- j ,jera qUr ia faena realizada ha
o, Gerardo "Dan Dun" Warren ^jdo de ,a compieta satisfaccin
dio el saque inicial del segundo de| pubUco. Es entonces cuan- .
juego por el motivo que hoy do ejecnta esta suerte para re-1 leta. Es muy comn ver rema-
partl para Colombia a jugar matar )a faena. tar una brillante faena con es
como profesional. cabe mencionar que uno de te pase.
Antes de comenzar ios dos iog toreros aue con ms frecuen-' PICADOR.
!__ __ .l>...i >1 Jnefilli ___________________________________
partidos, se efectu el desfe
de los equipos acompaados con
sus respectivas madrinas. Los
equipos que se presentaron con
sus madrinas fueron el PRI con
la simptica Lupita Ardlnes:
Dep. Eva Pern con la gentil!
Avelina Otalosa y el Deportivo
personas reproduciremos u n
trozo de nuestro primer artcu-
lo:
Para la prxima semana, e,
si nos es posible sta, divulga-
remos las clases de Historia y
Coacepte de la Educacin Fsi-
ca que sed letan en la Univer-
sidad para conocimiento y am-
pliacin cultural de los deportis-
tas".
Como Uds. pueden darse cuen-
ta muy claramente, hemos di-
cho "divulgaremos" y no hemos
dicho publicaremos nuestras lec-
ciones. Parece como que trata-
ran de Intimidarnos para que
no hagamos tal divulgacin, y
hasta ntentaron amenazarnos
con el Rector de la Escuela He-
mos tenido la curiosidad de ho-
jear el boletn informativo de la
Universidad y en nnguno de sus
artculos hemos encontrado na-
da que nos Impida la divulga-
cin de una leccin o lecciones.
Lo que sucede sencllamente es
que no se quiere que se divul-
guen tales lecciones.
El Curso de Educacin Fsica
Necesita ms Apoyo de
las Autoridades
. En los dos preliminares, Cisco.
Kld venci por decisin a Innlsj
y Melanio Pacheco le gan la
decisin a L. Green.
Da a conocer su
seleccin de bisbol
Serafn Ivaldi
Por conclderarlo de inters
FELIPE MALCOLM
El rpido y eficiente Jardine-
ro central del Caf Duran, que
impuso nueva marca en la pe-
lota Amateur, al finalizar con
Porcentaje de 510, producto de
25 hits en 49 turnos oficiales
al plato.
F. Malcolm fu el alma y
nervio de 1 tropa del Duran,
su presencia al plato infunuia
respeto a los lanzadores con-
trarios; su ms cercano rival,
Julio Herrera de los Campeones
del Pinocho, finaliz con pro-
medio de 417.
Noticias de las
Grandes Ligas
Jorda y Lula, Mendosa con Delvlna Cepeda:
Acosta!'pero los muchachos que los otros dos equipo.^ el.peron,
capitanea Carlos Herazo, no le Remn y Deportivo Nacional, no
importaron esos refuerzos y su-1 presentaron madrina.
Chocan Hoy Hudson y Packard
En El Softball Comercial
El Barraza Conquist El Sub-
Campeonato Provincial Ayer
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Liga Comercial de Softball
G. P. Pje.
PHOEINIX, Marzo (UP)Los
regulares e Irregulares de los -
Yankees, empataron a dos ca- "
rreras en las 8 entradas que '
dur el partido. Bob Muncrlf
lanz para los regulares permi-
tiendo las dos carreras del con-
junto de Cllf Mapes. Los regu-
lares del torpedero Phlll Rizzu-
to, le anotaron sus dos carreras
al lanzador Frank 8hea en la
segunda entrada.
Duran ................. *
Radio Bush ......
M. Cernid ........... J
Fiduciario .............. *
C.C.C..............J
Montezuma ............
Packard .........-----*
Cervecera .......*
Istmeo ............... 1
Hudson .............. J
1 .8*0
1 .!
.750
.750
.666
.600
.400
.400
.333
.250
.250
.000
PALMSPRINGS, Marzo (UP)
para los aficionados de la pelo- Los Piratas obtuvieron el ter-
Por este mismo medio quere-
mos hacer llegar hasta el Rec-
tor de la Universidad nuestra
ms enrgica protesta por el
poco aprecio y atenciones para, T% vu
con los alumnos del primer ao; EU_en|0 Hauradou.
' JARDINEROS Felipe Mal-
coms, David O. Roberts, Aubrey
Batson, Luis Me Kay.
ta amateur de Panam, damos
a continuacin la Seleccin es-
cogida por el cronista deportivo
y columnists de esta seccin. Se-
rafn Ivaldi, quin cubri todo
el Campeonato que finaliz ayer,
y que considera debiera repre-
sentar a la Provincia de Pana-
m en el Prximo Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur:
LANZADORESFlix Larrl-
naga, Esteban Valencia, Encar-
nacin Aguilar, Rafael Caicedo,
Dionisio Salinas y Luis Roa.
DECEPTORE8 Marcos Cobos,
y Enrique Prez.
INICIALISTAErnesto Esca-
lante
CAMARERONorman Boca-
nan.
ANTESALISTALeonardo Cum
berbatch. ,
TORPEDEROLuis Sanjur y
cer triunfo consecutivo en par-
tidos de exhibicin al derrotar
El Juego presentado el sbado
en la Liga Comercial de Softball
en Santa Rita, result con un
alto "score", cuando los cerve-
ceros derrotaron a los mucha-
chos del Hudson por anotacin
de 20 a 17. 81n embargo a pe-
sar de haber los automovilistas
empezado el partido muy flojos,
reaccionaron en el ultimo epi-
sodio cuando tenan una des-
ventaja de 11 carreras e hlole-
dispuestos al desquite contra sus :
colegas del Packard.
Maana se presenta un doble
juego que debe resultar muy In-
teresante. En el primero se mi-
den los muchachos del Ron Ist-
meo contra los del Control del
Comejn y el segundo los m-
sicos de Matas Cerrud y Radio
Bush que estn empatados en
el segundo lugar.
El mircoles juegan Fiducia-
rio vs Montezuma. Los das jue-
ves viernes y sbado de esta
semana sern de descanso por
ser Semana Santa.
P.
4


10
9
13
12
18
Pje.
.70!
.677
.603
.526
.526
.277
.255
.140
El Juego
Los primeros en anotar fue-
ron los clgarrllleros en el pri-
mer acto marcando 1 carrera
en las piernas veloces de O. Da-
vis y con el nico pecado de
los barradnos.
En este mismo acto los mu-
chachos que comanda el Rato
Pedroza con su acostumbrado
Juego y espritu de lucha, co-
nectaron 5 hits a la tierra sin
defensa decretando el salto a-
presurado de H. Cummings del
morrillo clgarrlllero a favor de
al "chsterfleid Jr' por pizarra I E. Valencia, a quien le conec-
de 12-2 en 9 actos para ane-|taron cuadrangular y produje-
xarse el Sub-Campeonato de la ron racimo de 7 carreras asegu-
Llga Provincial de Baseball rndose prcticamente el match
Amateur de Panam y finalizar Los toleteros barradnos no se
asi la temporada con el mayor encontraron satisfecho con
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
Estado final de los equipos
Baseball Provincial de Panama.
G
Pinocho ............ H
Barran .........14
Chesterfield Jr. .. IS
Caf Duran .......... 1
ptica Sosa ......1*
Granillo ........t
Caribe ................
Frigidalre .........4
Contando solo con 9 hombres
el Barraza venci por cuarta vez
de los xitos.
Los ganadores defensores de
la popular Barriada de Barraza
vieron culminados sus esfuer-
zos en dos aos de participar
en forma activa en la pelota
Provincial.
carreras anteriores, anotando en '
el 4o. acto dos ms y tres en el
7 obligando al estelar de los cl-
garrllleros abandonar la caja,
entrando C. Mata en su ayuda,
quien admiti 1 hit en los 2 ac-
tos que lanz.
tldos de exhibicin ai arowr sluU % log ^^
al equipo Seattle de la Liga de p". 0 no vecM ]a g0_
la Costa del Pacifico por once, cero!i ai pisar ocnu ^ ,_
a dos con 18 lncoglbles. El ge- ma para dejar lai anoiacion 11
el contrato del jardinero mexl- son al P^1 r?eu"toper
cano Felipe ^^^^^SS^^SJ'y^^tJS:
Srt Lg chjehos del Hudson al terreno
mucho se anunci que los alum-
nos del primer ao de Educa-
cin Fsica. No hace mucho se
anunci que los alumnos del
Curso de E. F. haran una ex-
cursin al Interior y que la Rec-
tora habea coadyuvado para
tal fin con una pequea suma.
Nos hemos quedado perplejos al
saber que a dicha excursin so-
lamente asistieron dos alumnos
del tercer ao, uno graduando
y un profesor. Parece que los
UTILITYCatalino Gonzlez.
>
alumnos de primer ao no for-
maran parte del Curso. Wos pre-
guntamos nosotros ahora: Qu
clase de excursin era esa?...
Necesita un estudiante de Edu-
cacin Fcsica estudiar Geode-
sia y conocer escalamiento?
(Continuar)
Mauricio y Pinocho Inician
El Mircoles Importante
Serie Del Base Amateur
Los equipos Mauricio y Pino-
cho. Campeones del Baseball
Amateur de Coln y Panama
respectivamente, se medirn el
mircoles en el primer juego de
una serle de tres, con el propo
tan sometidos a Intenso entre-
namiento para presentarse en
inmejorables condiciones e ini-
ciar la contienda con una rui-
dosa victoria.
Este encuentro se anuncio di
as rvss.-be kSwjr'sS:
convenientes de ltima hora.
oblLBa?"rflftJf,ponerl0 para
Olmpico y ambos conjuntos es-1 fecha indicada.
dad en este circuito
El Juego comenzar a las 7 y
30 de la noche en el Estadio
NOTICIA SENSACIONAL
suscrbase a nuestro club
v recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de BA 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B7. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
MUEBLES DE CAOBA POR JUEGOS
0 POR PIEZAS SUELTAS.
COLCHONES, ESPRINES, DIVANES SIMMONS.
BICICLETAS INGLESAS CONDOR.
y mil artculos ms!
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11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
lunes, marzo i, it
Medio Siglo en el Cine
I ce, a Julio Verne, en entrevistas
Por Antonio Arrii : cinematogrficas. Todos ellos
,, murieron ya entrado el siglo XX
En estos das vi una pelcula
que no vacilo en recomendar. Su [ En rcalidad, el mayor defecto
titulo en ingls es Cincuenta de la peiicula que comento es
aos ante su mirada; y consiste su falta de universalidad. Ha si-
en talgo parecido a uno de esos, 00 concebida y hecha para el
noticieros cinematografieos se-puDlic0 norteamericano, y en
manales pero que abarca cln- r consecuencia antes que nada
cuenta aos de edad es decir, i preSenta lo que puede y debe
la primera mitad del siglo que interesar a ese pblico. Ms que
concluye en este diciembre. Para: cincuenta aos de la historia
ello, se han buscado cuidadosa- dej mundo, son cincuenta aos
mente y se han reunido1 mus-1 de la historia de los Estados
Iras de todas las pelculas do- .unidos; o cuando ms, cincuen-
cumentales que se conservan | ta aos de la historia del mun-
desde aquella poca; se han es- do vista a travs de ojos norte-
cogido las que corresponden a
ios acontecimientos resaltantes
y retratan a las figuras promi-
nentes en esep eriodo; y se han
recopilado en una sola cinta
que dura un par de horas, con
relatos y observaciones por los
mejores comentarista.' norte-
americanos.
americanos, de ojos anglosajo-
nes.
Pero esta deficiencia disminu-
ye de gravedad cuando se tiene
en cuenta la creciente influen-
cia que los Estados Unidos han
do cobrando en los asuntos de
lodo el mundo en lo que va de
este siglo. Esa Influencia no ha
Es, pues, la historia en im- sld0 slo poltica y econmica,
genes en blanco y negro la, Sln0 tambin en muchos otros
historia en pie. que marcha, rdenes de la existencia, en los
cta, gestiona, se mueve; la deportes como en la medicina,
historia que habla y que sueha, i Cn la msica como en la peda-
pues se han registrado en ella gogla, en el comercio pomo en
les voces y los sonidoi autnti-, las artes e invenciones mecni-
cos de varias de las ms vigo- cas que facilitan la vida, en fin
'" SEP
rosasp ersonalidades y de varios
ae los ms ruidosos sucesos de
este siglo. Desde la palabra a-
gresiva e hiriente dei primer
Roosevelt hasta la sosegada,
en las costumbres, enl as mo-
das, en las formas y en los mo-
dos de ser del viivr ordinario.
En 1901 fue asesinado el pre-
pastosa y agradable del segundo sidente Mac Klnley por el anar-
desde el estrpito v los gritos quista Len Czolgsz. En 1902
de terror del terremoto de San [ los hermanos Wilght hicieron
Francisco en 1906 en que hubo el primer vuelo -en aeroplano
prdidas por valor de trescien- cerca de la costa Carolina del
tos cincuenta millones de d- Norte. En 1904 comenz la gue-
lares, hasta el tremendo estam- rra ruso-japonesa. En 1908 ocu-
pido de la bomba atmica en i rrl el pnico financiero en los
Hlroshlna, voces cuntos alarl- Estados Unidos. En 1908 el pre-
dos. cuntas exclamaciones de
dolor y de alegra, buntos ru-
mores, cuntos rugidos, cuntas
sidente Teodoro Roosevelt an-
daba de caseras en el Africa
oriental. En 1912 fue la guerra
resonancias pavorosas o regoci- 3C1 os Balcanes. Ese mismo ao
ladoras! ,e hundi el Titanic. En 1913 se
_ ., inaugur el Pa'acio de la Paz en
Combinado con el .longrafo. La Haya. En 1914 fu asesinado
o luego en su sxpresin ms en Sarajevo el archldique aus-
moderna y ms completa de la, triaco Francisco Fernando por
pelcula sonora, el cine ha lo- Un estudiante serbio llamado
grado fijar para la posteridad | Prlncip, y asi principi la pri-
el sonoro surtidor meldico que rr.era guerra musdial. El mismo
encanaba de la garganta de En- ao ia infantera de marina
rico Caruso, el tonillo incisivo y| norteamericana desembarc en
mordaz de Charles Chaplin, la I veracrrrr. En 1915 se inaugur
ehalr.taneria atropellada de Hi- |a exDcirln de San Franciseo;
tier, que apresuraba el pulso de, l submarino alemn U-20 hun-
los nazis, las arengas enardec- c,l frente a las costas de Ir-
oas de Lenin y de Trotzki, que |0nda. el Lusitania. En 1916
Ijinzrban a los bolcheviques a Pancho Villa asalt la ciudad de
derribar el imperio de los zares. Columbus. Estado de Nuevo Mc-
_ xico. en Estados Unidos, y en
Es verdaderamente lamenta- represalia la fuerzas norte-
Dle que no se haya Introducido Americanas al mando del gene-
en la cinta siquiera una rfaga ral Pershlng entraron a Mxi-
de aquella milagrosa voz de oro co; los alemanes atacaban a
de Sarah Bernhardt. que tuvo
la persistente virtud de emocio-
nar a varias generaciones se-
Verdn; fue hundido el barco
orltnlco Hampshire, en el cual
iba, en viaje secreto, el minlsr
guldas y que levantaba de sus tro de guerra ingls. Lord Klt-
asientos, a nuestros bisabuelos, chener. En 1917 los Estados
a nuealgos abuelo*,*, aun a mu-1 Unidos entraron en la guerra;
chos de nuestros padres. Enve-
jeqidA^carcomida y coja, hasta
1 extremo de necesitar mule-
tas. Sarah Bernhardt electriza-
ba al pblico cuando, en el
Cyrano de Edmond Rostand, al
declamar los sonoro* versos
francs, hacia olvidar su cuer-
u fusilada Mata Hari; los co-
munistas tomaron el poder en
Rusia; se decret la ley seca
en Norteamrica. En 1918 una
revolucin derroc al Kaiser en
Alemania y se firm el armis-
ticio. En 1919 se instal la Con-
ferencia de la Paz. Al ao si-
"Irma se Desenreda" es un
exitazo de risa que estrena
el Jueves el Teatro Central
po enclenque con la maravilla I n,ulente, la Sociedad de iNaclo-
de su diccin. Habiendo muerto L ;ies. En 1924 muri Lenn En
ia gran actriz en 1923 segura- 1027 las inundaciones del Mssis-
mente habr algn trozo de pe-' sippi causaron prdidas por va-
licula y algn disco de fono-1 lor de 270 millones de dlares
grao que la Inmortalicen. y dejaron sin hogar a 600.000
personas. Lindbergh atraves el
Lo mismo sucede con Eleono- Atlntico en su aeroplano Espi-
ra Duse; lo mismo con Raquel -rita de San Luis. A fines de 1929
Meyer, que trabaj para el ci-
ne. Sern muchas las personas comenz atra depresin econ-
a quienes les hubiera gustado rn,ca en los Estados Unidos. En
contemplar en la cinta a que '933 Adolfo Hitler fu nombra-
aludo la nerviosa y contradic-1 d0 Canciller de Alemania. A
torla personalidad de Gablrel P*rtlr de entonoes los aconte-
d'Annunzio; la extraa cata- ^lmlentos son demasiado reoien-
dura de Rasputin, el monje de Para .ue sea necesario re-
r. Corte de los zares, el porte ,rescar la memoria,
majestuoso de Sun Yat Sen, el
Puede haber habido comedias
tanto o ms divertidas, pero en
estos momentos el critico que
aqu escribe no podr recordar
cundo se ri mas fuerte o por
ms tiempo que en el Central el
Jueves prximo, donde exhibirn
"Irma se Desenreda", de Para-
mount, v en la sala retumbaban
las carcajadas.
Marie Wilson, la Irma perfec-
ta, repite su papel en la radio v
la pantalla, y John Lund con
Diana Lynn estn de nuevo, co-
mo su amigo irresponsable el
uno y la Irnica Jane la otra.
?undador de la Repblica Chi-
na; el rostro apopltico de Ru-
Hitler con su mostachlto, Sta-
lin con sus blgotazos, Churchill
bleran querido ver a Rodln,
comunicndole vida, belleza y
movimiento a la piedra Inerte
a golpes de cincel; o a Albeniz
a Grieg. a Stravinskl. a Pade-
rewskl, a Debussy, a Falla, to-
cando la msica que compusie-
ron; o Tolstoy, a Anatole Fran-
bn Daro, el ms eminente II- con su 'abaco, Woodrow Wilson
terato que ha producido la Am-1 con sus Bafas de carey, Clemen-
rlca Latina; muchas que hu-' ceau,' ccln ,su cara de tigre, el
mariscal Joffre con su aspecto
paternal y bonachn, el Kaiser
Guillermo II con su brazo an-
quilosado, el gran duque Nico-
las con au estatura de gigante
desgarbado, Gertrude Elderle
cuando atraves el canal de La
Mancha, Joe Louis cuando con-
quist el campeonato mundial
Jesse Owen cuando caus sen-
sacin en las olimpadas de Ber-
ln, Babe Ruth con su bate en
i to. Pancho Villa con su cara-
bina al hombro, Rodolfo Valen-
unoi en las escenas culminantes
ce El Jeoue, las modas femeni-
ei? 19,0,en 1920. en 1928 en
1935. la evolucin del traje de
bt.no desde las camisolas de
2,.P ?S del 8lgl hasta '
dos t ritas que estn de moda
actualmente en La Riviera pa-
sando por las baistas de Mack
Sennet... Toda la mitad de es-
te siglo, toda nuestra vida, la
vida de nuestros padres, y un
poco de la vida de nuestros a-
buelos. estn encerradas en esa
nteresantisima pelcula.
TROPICAL
HOY ULTIMO DA!
Operaciones del Sindicato
Criminal reveladas! Zares
de la corrupcin desen-
mascarados por, un perio-
dista!...
EL GRITO
AHOGADO
MAANA!
e*^eAO^i
.- AanTodd
Norman Wooland Ivan Daanjr
w MMBUTUMTMM
El To San Contra
prensa peronista no haba va-
riado un pice.
De regreso a Washington Mi-
ller no haba logrado apaciguar-
se en forma suficiente para
hacer recomendacin ninguna
de carcter inmediato. Amargas
experiencias han enseado a
los funcionarios estadinenses
que toda acusacin contra Pe-
rn no tiene ms consecuencia
que el hacerlo ms popular en
su propio pas. No se trata ae
urn subestimacin del hecho
geogrfico de que la Argenttr.a
hace parte del continente ame-
ricano. Tampoco puede aludir-
se a una intervencin de los
Estados Unidos en los asuntos
internos de la Argentina. Pero
si hay una linea democrtica
de conducta que salvar. En -i-
tima Instancia, los Estados L-
nidos van a ener que prescindir
de sus esfuerzos por solicitar la
amistad de Pern.
Los sindicatos de la Argen-
tina peronista no han deplora-
ao la muerte de la libertad de
' La Prensa"- En cambio en la
semana, pasada hallaron el ca-
over En reunin especial co-
lebrada en su nueva, luciente
sede del centro de la ciudad,
los caudillos de la confedera-
cin general del trabajo (C. G.
T.t aprobaron proposiciones so-
bre: continuacin de la huelga
ae los voceadores de prensa
contra el aludido peridico, .ja-
ro general de quice minutos cn
prueba de solidaridad con los
huelgistas, y boicoteo general
general, tambin, del peridico
por parte de todos los afiliados
a la confederacin.
El sindicato de camioneres
prometi no transportar el u:-
ridico; el de trabajadores de
las compaas areas, no l; -y
los de telfonoh y otros servi-
cios pblicos no prestarle nin-
guna ayuda. El representante
ael sindicato de empleados vin-
culados a las actividades depor-
tivas, que incluye taqullleros y
acomodadores de todos los e3
tadlos exigi a los afiliados 3
la entidad, el no permitir la
entrada de los fotgrafos y re-
porteros de "La Prensa" a nin-
gn evento. Despus de pensar-
lo un poco el sindicato de zapa
teros descubri que tambin
poda agudar en algo. Su re-
presentante insinu: "Si cono-
ciera a los directores de La
Prensa" les pondra enormes
clavos en los zapatos.
El rgimen peronista les ha-
ce el Juego a los sindicatos. U-
na maana de la semana pa-
sada, un polizonte se presento
en el edificio de "La Prensa",
cerrado por la huelga, con un
documento en el cual se le or-
denaba la clausura del mismo,
mientras se decide sobre los
cargos hechos a su director A!
to Galnza Paz, y unos treinta
colegas suyos- Se les acusa d3
: actividades contra el Estado",
es decir a atraverse a criticar
el rgimen de Juan y Eva Pe-
rn. La pena mxima por deli-
tos de tal categora; diez ao*
rJe presidio.
Tomado del "TIME"
ELDORADO
HOY!
LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA
LA LOCA COMEDIA DEL
MAMBO MACABRO!
- con -
MIROSLAVA CHE REYES
- y -
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ.
I JUEVES |
EL CALVARIO
DE UNA MADRE
LA MEJOR PELCULA
DE SEMANA SANTA!
- con -
AMPARITO AROZAMENA
EDUARDO VIVAS
AURORA CORTEZ
JUANITA RIVERON
NOEMI BARREIRO

Una pelcula para Ud., para'
todos, ya que todos pensa-
mos con amor en el Calva-
rio de nuestra madre!

Nuevo xito de ELDORADO
en su temporada a 50 ttt
NUEVO RIFLE PLEGADIZO.
En Omaha, Nebraska, se est
entrenando a los aviadores
con este nuevo "rifle salva-
dor". El rifle pesa solamente
tres libras y media, y mide 33
pulgadas estirado. En su for-
ma original, mide solamente
14 pulgadas. El nuevo rifle
puede cargar cinco balas en el
proveedor y una en la cma-
ra. El rifle es muy preciso, y
ser de gran utilidad para los
aviadores cados, ya que el
principal problema de ellos es
la comida. Con el nuevo rifle
podrn cazar animales
pequeos.
Esos maravillosos cmicos, Dean
Marti ny Jerry Lewis, estn
siempre n todas partes en, lo
papeles de Steve y Seymour. Y
no hay que olvidar la voluptuo-
sa Corinne Calvet. importada
especialmente de Francia.
Una risa sigue la otra al des-
arrollarse las aventuras de Irma
y sus amigos en su peregrina-
cin a Hollywood, donde se diri-
gen nara lanzar a Steve en su
debut en el cine, pero resulta
que sin saberlo Steve firm su
contrato con un loco escapado
de un manicomio, y no un'.pro-
ductor de pelculas, de modo que
el viaje al Oeste e nel tren viene
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
HOY LUNES
P.lvl
3:00 Msica Variada
3:15 Una Mujer sin Importan-
cia. Dramatizacin
3:3 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical.
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones variadas
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds '
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:15 El Caballero Varona
Cigarrillos "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Donde el Rio Nace
Dramatizacin
ft: 00 Selecciones populares
8:30 Msica variada
a ser un "teln de fondo" para
una serle de sucesos a cual ms
hilarante. Steve es perseguido
por la Deidad francesa, mientras
que l persigue a Jane a quien
Jura eterno amor. Irma est
siempre detrs de Al, tratando
de enderezarlo por el camino de
la virtud. Y Seymour casi pierde
la cabeza y los sentidos en una
partida de "canastas uruguaya"
con un mano astutoquin le
gana al.final! Todo esto pasa en
la respetable ciudad de Las Ve-
gas.
No se puede describir la tc-
nica original de Jerry Lewis. Es
una hilaridad llena de sutileza y
de toques de 'brocha gorda", y
se mueve con la velocidad de un
rayo.
Dean Martin cobra populari-
dad con cuatro canciones muy
pegadizas. Hal Walker dirigi
esta produccin de Hal Wallis.
que seguramente ha de gustar
muchsimo.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO EN
60 PASES ESTA SEMANA!
JUEVES
LUX y CECILIA
(TAMBIN EN EL
TEATRO REX (Coln)
El viaje del General Dwirht D. Eisenhower a travs da
las capitales de los pases de la Organizacin del Tratado del
Atlntico del Norte ha terminado con su visita a Otawa, Ca-
nad. El General Eisenhower, como Supremo Comandanta
Aliado en Europa conferenci con los jefes del gobierno y de
la defensa canadienses acerca de los planes para la forma-
cin de un plan de fuerza de defensa para la Europa Occi-
dental.
Esta fotografa presenta al General (a la derecha) ha-
blando con el Primer Ministro Louis S. St. Laurent durante
su visita a Otawa. ,
8:45 Ruth Fernndez
0:00 Msica favorita
9:15 Msica variada
9:30 Beln y Judea
Programa BBC.
10:00 Cancionero nocturnal
10:30 Msica, sin palabras
11:00 Buenas Noches
' MAANA MARTES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Despeitador Musical
6:30 Noticiero R.P.A.
7:00 Msica tiplea
7:30 Acordes porteos
7:45 Melodas hawailanas
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Melodas matinales
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales
9:45 Estrellas de la msica
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Valses
11:45 Melodas sureas
12: CO Msica de Saln
P rVl
12:15 Noticias R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica tiplea
1:30 Acorde* porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:15 Peticiones
DINMICAS ESTRELLAS EN UN
VIOLENTO DRAMA I
'El Destino Monda"
TEATRO CECILIA
jpor
|||pRE5ENTAN|
v^3 *T?"r
BELLA VISTA
3:1 S:M
La historia de un Nino qua M consumi en el fuego
de una honda pasin, provocada por el empeo de
recuperar el afecto,maternoI...
VAI.ERIK HOBSON JOHN MAS, eat
"CORAZN DE NIO"
3:05 5:05 -
CENTRAL
APASIONANTE DRAMA DE LOS
BAJOS FONDOS I
Charlea Ileaton Llubeth Scott
Vivera Lindfora, en
MVfCf&k
mu moai- taiar m <*. kn* r h MM MS. IHW. 1
"EL VENGADOR
INVISIBLE"
John CARROLL Adele MARA, en
"LOS VENGADORES"
Ademas:
William ELLIOT rorreat TUCKER, en
"FUEGO DEL INFIERNO"
UNA HISTORIA DE TUECO Y PASIN!
Seaaaclonal Dable!
Emocionante Drama de
de Capa y Espada 1
VARIEDADES
Illa, 2:55, 5:H. 7:K, 9:05 p.m.
El Disloque Humorlstico-Musica
del Ano!...
CARLOS ORELLAMA
Rita
MONTANER
Bobby CAPO
Avellno MUftOZ
- en -
ANACLETO SE
DIVORCIA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Un Poderoso Drama de Accin
y Suspenso!...
WiUlam Holden Nancy
Olson, en
'DE MALA ENTRAA"
- Ademas: -
Joel McCrea, en
"Una Nacin en Marcha"
TEATRO TIVOLI |
GRAN DOBLE PROGRAMA I
Robert Mltchura ralth
Domergue. en
"LA ROSA BLANCA"
Mala Powers, en
"ULTRA JE"_______
TEATRO IRIS
Rosa Carmina, en
QUE IDIOTAS SON LOS
HOMBRES"
Silvana Roth Carlos Corsa
o -
"T PARA UN SECRETO"
EN
EL
PRESIDENTE
En su mundo de
placer, encontre
una vez el cami-
no da la reden,
clon por un amen
sincero!...
Rosa CARMINA
Fosando
FERNANDEZ
- en -
'Traicionera'
- con -
_ Alicia NF.IRA
8 Nuevas
Canciones!...
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
COLOSAL doble PROGRAMA I
Un Drama Cargado da T.N.T.
Ricardo Montalbin Juna
Allyson Dick Powell, an
"ENTRE EL GUILA T
LA SERPIENTE"
- Ademas: -
Joel McCrea, en
"LA VANGUARDIA"
TEATRO EDI80N
Joaepb Cotten Linda Darnell
Comel Wllde, en
"La Furia de Los Valientes"
Burt Lancaster, cn
el caso ntr .
CINE HISPANO
SENSACIONAL DOBLE!
Amalla Agulrre Resortes, en
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
Emilio Tuero Emilia Gulu. a
^m"QTJINTO PATIO"
VICTORIA
Cantinflas, en
"EL PORTERO"
- Adems: -
Antonio Bad. en
AH VIENBN LOS
MENDOZA"
PACIFICO
Claudette Colbert en
"BESTIAS QUE
FUERON HOMBRES"
Gregory Peck, en
ALMAS EN LA
HOGUERA" _
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DI BANCO I
"EL DESERTOR"

"EL MONSTRUO
NOCTURNO"
ROOSEVELT
"EL TESORO DEL
VOLCAN"
- Adems:
"LA REINA DE
ESPADA" _____
APOLO
TE BESA EN LA
BOCA*
Adema: -
"AI. SON DE LA
IDEAL
Barry ritxsJOrald.
LA CIUDAD ._
DESNUDA"
Bela Lufja. asi
EL MONSTRUO
NOCTURNO"