The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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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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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH ti, 151
FIVE CENTS
UN Columns Reach Point
12 Miles From Parallel
ANESIA PINHEIRO MACHADO one of La tin America's pioneer women flier renews
old acquaintance with Lt. Gen. William H. H. Morris, Jr., Commander in Chief, Caribbean
Command, in the lounge of Hotel El Panama. General Morris, who knew the noted Bra-
zilian pilot when he headed a military mission in Rio de Janeiro, called yesterday to pay
his respects to the petite wife of BricaUeiro Antonio Appel Neto, inspector general of the
Brazilian Air Force. Mrs. Pinheiro Machado, with her American co-pilot, Archibald Den-
ny, is making a 7,000 mile good-will flight from New York to Rio In her new Super Na-
vio'n plane, equipped with modern navigati on aids, including those for ground-controlled
landings. She is following the routes of Pan American World Airways system and has
the benefit of PAA's radio corerage en route.
Before her departure for Colombia and Ecuador, probably on Saturday, she will call
n President Arnulfo Arias to deliver greetings from Alberto Lleras Camargo, Secretary
of the Organization of American States. ......
In the 29 years since Mrs. Pinheiro Machado received her pilot's Ucense, she has
chalked up many "firsts" in Brazilian aviation as a stunt flier and instructor; but one
of the honors she values most was the appelation "Shorty" bestowed by a S. Air Force
sergeant hi Texas under whom she took special training._______________________________
Martial Law State
Proclaimed In Iran
GOP Leaders Moving to Knock UMT
Out of Administration Draft Bill
WASHINGTON, Mar. 20 (UP). House Republican leaders
have revealed they will wage a floor fight to knock universal
military training features out of the draft bill and put a 3,500,000
man celling on the size of the armed forces.
The .GOP strategy was disclosed by Republican whip Leslie
C. Arends, R., 111., as the House Rules Committee cleared the
Draft-UMT Bill for floor action beginning April 3.
The Rules Committee author-
ized four days of general debate
on the controversial measure
nd made It subject to unllmlt-
d amendment.
The Senate already has pass-
a bill to lower the draft age
18 and authorize a perma-
nent system of universal mili-
tary training after the present
emergency passes.
The House Bill, as drafted by
the Armed Services Committee,
vould lower the draft age to
Wt. and also provide for UMT
later.
Arends told the Rules Com-
mittee that Republicans will
hght to retain the 4,000,000 man
ceiling on the military forces
that was written Into the Sen-
ate bill, or If possible to lower
fhe celling to 3,500,000 men
about the present mobilization
goal.
The House Armed Services
Committee eliminated the cell-
ing after military leaders warn-
thatit_wuJdencouraKeRus-
Italy Court Cases
teveal How 521
lied in Rail Tragedy
NAPLES. Mar. 20 (UP)Court
proceedings today revealed de-
tails of a rail disaster which was
brobably the worst in history:
The death by asphyxiation of 521
persons when an Italian train
broke down in a tunnel during
he war.
The tragedy was kept secret
luring the war, but families of
flctlms are presenting 300 claims
igalnst. the government-owned
failroad.
[ The first of these arrived at
Lhe Court of Appeals In Naples
loday. revealing details of the di-
saster.
The train was halted on Mar.
1944. In the Balvano Tunnel,
outh of Salerno during a night
juurnev between Naples and Po-
tenza. The passengers were sleep-
ing as the cars entered the 2^-
iHe long tunnel.
The locomotive lost speed,
ktopped, and the train began
Foiling down the hill through
Ivhleh the tunnel was built. While
this happened the locomotive be-
ban filling the passageway with
fmoke. The engineer apparently
pled of asphyxiation a few sec-
pnds later. He was found dead
Ith his hands at the throttle.
All the passengers except six
klso died In the same way.
When the tragedy occurred on-
r small notices were printed, and by big business
lie number of victims was not crime syndicates.
sian aggression by Indicating
this country is half-hearted in
its mobilization. They also said
it would tip off U. B. military
plans.
Arends said three other GOP
amendments will be offered to:
1. Separate draft and UMT
sections of the bill to allow a
separate vote on each part.
Backers of the bill think this
may kill UMT altogether.
2. Bar shipment on any U. 8.
troops to Europe without speci-
fic approval of Congress. The
House Republican Policy Com-
mittee defeated lt.
3. Include a specific expira-
tion date In the UMT portion of
the bill. This presumably would
be a second-choice maneuver if
opponents of UMT failed to kill
it entirely. The bill now pro-
vides a three-year limit on the
draft, but UMT would run inde-
finitely.
Col. Gordon Snow, Assistant
Chief of the Field Division of
Selective Service, warned mean
while that some plan for defer-
ring bright college students
must be worked out before the
school year ends in June.
Speaking to a meeting of edu-
cators, he said many students
"who should continue their
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 0)
Argentine Congress
Committee Will Take
Over La Prensa Today
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 20 (UP)
A nine-man Joint Congress-
ional Committee will take over
La Prensa this afternoon to
carry out Congress's directive to
"intervene into and Investigate"
the independent newspaper.
The committee become for-
mally constituted this morning
though three of the Peronista
deputies on lt had not returned
to Buenos Aires from a trip to
the interior.
Owing to Holy Week the com-
mittee is not expected to get
into the full swing of Its ln-
vestlgatlonal activities till Mon-
day.
The pro-Government news-
paper La Epoca compared the
committee's invstlgetions with
Congressional investigations In
the United 8tates, saying the
United States congress had ap-
pointed a committee to deter-
mine whether United 8tates
newspapers are linked with for-
eign governments or subsidized
combines or
Missing RP Vessel
Safe in Port; 2nd
Ship Spotted Adrift
At mid-morning today an Air
Force SB-17 of Flight "B" 1st
Rescue Squadron, which took off
at dawn to search for the 70-foot
Panamanian coastal ship W. M.
Delphla radioed that lt had found
the vessel, apparently safe, in a
Colombian port.
While looking for the Delphla
the SB-17 pilots observed another
small vesselidentified only by
its number, 304adrift and ap-
parently In distress in the Paci-
fic between five and seven mi'es
off the Darlen coastal town of
Jaque. The Panama government
later Identified the 304 as the
Leonet and said another coaster,
the Marconi, had been dispatch-
ed to tow her into port.
A man and a woman aboard
the little boat waved white cloths
in an attempt to signal the SB-
17 which flew over the Jacque
airfield and dropped a message
informing Inhabitants that a
vessel was In distress offshore.
The Delphla was located in
the Colombian coastal port of
Nabuga on the Gulf of Cupica,
and was apparently In no dis-
tress. She had been overdue n
Balboa since Mar. 14 on a voyage
from Buenaventura, and had
planned stops at four small coast-
al ports en route. She carried a
crew of nine.
The 1st Rescue Squadron start-
ed search this morning on orders
of Caribbean Air Command af-
ter a request for lt had been
made by the Panamanian gov-
ernment through the U.S. Embac-
sy and Caribbean Command.
The SB-17 was piloted by Cap-
tain J. W. Rlseden, with 1st Lt.
Charles G. Bisel as co-pllot. Oth-
er crewmen were:
Captain C. F. Popken, Corporal
B. L. Compton. S-Sgt. J. M. Retid,
Sgt. H. B. Pay ton and Corporal
R. J. Pollch.
TEHERAN, Mar. 20 (UP)
With Iran in a state of martial
law today, the bill which would
nationalize the country's oil In-
dustry and force British inter-
ests out of the control of the
strategic oilfields bordering Rus-
sia awaits the signature of Shah
Mohammed Reza Pahlevi.
The Shah declared martial
law in an attempt to end ter-
rorist shootings by members of
the extremist group which de-
mands nationalization. '
Premier All Razmara, foe of
hasty nationalization, was as-
sassinated Mar. 7 and Dr. Ab-
dul Zangeneh, Education Min-
ister in the Razmara Cabinet,
was shot yesterday but is re-
ported improving today.
Political observers do not be-
lieve the Shah will veto the Bill
Sassed unanimously by both
ouses.
As approved by the Majlis
(Lower House) the Bill provides
a two-month period for the
study of methods of taking over
the $582,000,000 Anglo-Iranian
OH Company Installations, and
the Government Is empowered
to seek the advice of foreign
technicians during the take-
over period.
Premier Hussein Ala, taking
the posts Of premier and For-
eign Minister himself, has pre-
sented his new cabinet to the
Shah.
With martial law in effect the
control of the country Is in
the hands of General Hejazl.
French-trained and In his '40's,
he will remain in supreme con-
trol under the Shah till order is
completely restored.
Cable and telephone commu-
nication with Teheran has been
intermittent today.
MontgomeryNamed
Deputy Commander
Of Atlantic Army
announced. All the dead were
iiried in common graves In a
|lny cemetery near the town of
Ivano.
No such committee has been
created by the United States
Congress, though lt has power
to do so h lt wishes.
GIVE!
* In 95,000 American schools-
public, private, parochialmore
than 19 million young people
work through the American
Junior Red Cross to help others,
not only In their own commun-
ities, but around the world.
Last year more than $527,-
000 gift boxes and 300 chests
containing school needs were
sent to children of other na-
tions. ,
Help teach American young
people the Joy of unselfish ser-
vice. Contribute generously to
the 1951 Red Cross Fund Cam-
paign.
Balboa Tides
High Low
2:17 a.m. 13.0ft. 8:39 am. 1.7 ft.
2:39 p.m. 13.7 ft 9:02 p.m. 1.4 It.
Catholics Hear Reds
Sentenced 5 Nuns
For Orphans' Dying
HONG KONG. Mar. 20 (UP)
Catholic sources here today re-
vealed that five Canadian nuns
arrested by the Chinese Commu-
nists on manslaughter charges
will probably have to serve at
least three months in a Chinese
prison.
The nuns, members of the Or-
der of the Immaculate Concep-
tion, were arrested a week ago
yesterday and charged with caus-
ing the deaths of more than 2.0CO
Chinese orphans for whom they
were caring.
Efforts to obtain the release of
the five nuns are being made
through the British consulate at
Canton.
The sisters are being held In-
communicado in Canton prison.
It is believed they may all be
held In the same cell. No contact
Is allowed with other prisoners.
Catholic sources recalled a sim-
ilar Catholic orphanage case In
Nanking recently In which two
sisters were sentenced to six
months Imprisonment, but sen-
tence was suspended and the sis-
ters deported.
The sources hoped for a similar
sentence in Canton, but on the
other hand said that the sisters
might have to serve at least three
months.
PARI8, Mar. 20, (UP) Gener-
al Elsenhower today named Brit-
ain's FleW Marshal Viscount
Montgomery as deputy Supreme
Allied Commander of the North
Atlantic Treaty forces, renewing
their victorious, unbeatable war-
time partnership after six yean.
Eisenhower slmultane o u ; I y
named Air Chief Marshal Sir
Hugh Saunders of the British
R.A.F. as his Air Deputy.
A communique from Elsenhow-
er's headquarters said: "The de-
fense of Western Europe will be
organized around three area com-
mands, northern, central and
southern."
Commander In Chief for North-
ern Europe will be Admiral 8lr
Patrick Brlnd, British Royal Na-
vy, now commander in chief of
British naval forces in the Far
East.
Commander in Chief of the
Central Area will be French Gen-
eral of the Army, Alphonse Juln.
Elsenhower reserved his, deci-
sion on the commander for the
Southern Area. He said this com-
mand win be assigned to an Itai
Ian general to be designated la-
ter.
British Swing
To U. S. Views
On 38th Line
Curundu Parents
Ask Assistance
In Seeking Son
The parents of Harry Taylor.
Jr.. age 15, of Curundu, have
asked the assistance of Canal
Zone police in locating their son,
who has been missing from
home since last Friday after-
noon.
Young Taylor is described a
blonde with light complexion
and blue eyes. He Is five feet
seven Inches tall and weighs
about 140 pounds.
Slilson Retiring
At End of March;
Has 42 Yrs. Service
Joseph H. Stklson. Jr., Assist-
ant 8teamshlp Ticket Agent for
the Panama Line at Balboa
Heights, will retire at the end
of March. He has 42 years and
three months of continuous ser-
vice with the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization, almost all which has
been with the Panama Railroad
Company.
His total continuous service
exceeds that of any present em-
ploye and places him in a very
small and select group, who at
the time of retirement, have
been employed more than 42
years with the organization.
Stllson was born at Oatun
and attended military school
and business college in New
York. He was first employed in
the Canal-Railroad organization
Jan. 1, 1909. as car record clerk
for the Railroad at Colon, and
remained there until 1914, when
he was transferred to the Exe-
cutive Department.
He returned to the Superin-
tendent Division of the Railroad
In August 1922 and served as
clerk until Nov. 1930, when he
was named Commercial Agent.
He served for a few months
In 1945 and 1946 in the Payroll
Bureau but returned to the Pa-
nama Railroad as steamship
ticket agent the same year and
remained there throughout the
rest of his period of service.
Brin, Arias Leave
For Washington
To Attend Meeting
LONDON, Mar. 20 (UP)Brit-
ain and the United States are
holding discussions on whether
or not the 38th parallel should
be crossed In force by Lt. Gen.
Matthew B. Rldgwmy's troops in
Korea.
A British Foreign Office spokes-
man declined to say whether any
results had been reached.
There were unofficial reports
that the British view was swing-
ing toward agreement to cross-
ing for a certain distance to set
up a buffer zone north of the
parallel, then renewing the offer
to the Chinese Communists to
negotiate a truce.
Meanwhile at Lake Success a
strong sentiment was reported to
be In favor' of Iran's Nasrollah
Entezam reporting to the Gen-
eral Assembly today on the Unit-
ed Nations Good Offices commit-
tee's efforts to negotiate a Ko-
rean truce.
Almost eight weeks have pass-
ed since the three-man commit-
tee was established, with Ente-
zam as chairman.
Informed quarters said the
committee could do little more
than report "no progress," unless
Pelplng's failure to reject their
peace feelers could be regarded
as encouraging, and ask for sug-
gestions from the Assembly.
Sino-Reds Bar
Export Of Food
From So. China
HONGKONG, Mar. 20 (UP).-
Chinese Communists tacitly con-
firmed the growing food short-
age in South China today by
banning the export of all food-
stuffs.
A Canton directive banned the
export of foodstuffs and live-
stock to Hongkong and Macao.
All border guards were alerted
to watch for smugglers, who will
be severely punished.
Government quarters here
doubt that the ban is a politic-
al move against Hongkong,
which has one year's good food
supply on hand.
There might be some difficul-
ty in getting fresh meat and
eggs for the Chinese populace
who prefer Chinese produce.
Most of the European food here
comes from Australia.
TOKYO, Mar. 20 (UP) Two powerful United Na-
tions columns drove to within 12 to 14 miles of Korea'g
38th parallel today and at least nine Allied columns wer
less than 17 miles from the old Allied frontier.
The Chinese threw elements from a new army into
the line to block the United Nations advance on the West-
ern front. Red planes dropped 14 or 15 bombs on Allied
positions near Chongpyong resevoir last night.
Tanks and infantry of the 8th Army surged steadily
north all across the 140-mile wide Korean penninsula on
the trail of 200,000 to 250,000 Chinese and Korean Reds
falling back across the 38th parallel into North Korea.
The advancing Allies captured
record hauls of equipment dis-
carded by the Reds In their
flight. Elaborate defense em-
placements that could have held
up the United Nations forces for
weeks were also found abandon-
ed.
The Chongpyong reservoir and
hydro-electric plant which pro-
vided electricity for Seoul was
captured Intact.
Red troops are reported to be)
RP Trust Company
Depositors To Hear
Group Report Tonite
The committee representing
depositors of the Panama Trust i stringing barbed wire near Chor-
won, 15 miles north of the paral-
lel and possible anchor of a new
Communist line.
The 8th Army is apparently,
making Its closest approach in
strength to the 38th parallel on
the west-central and eastern
fronts.
One tank-tipped column ad-
vancing uo the Seoul-Chunchon
road from the Chongpyong reser-
The group was appointed Sa- volr captured Kapyong. 12 miles
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Company has Invited all depo-
sitors of the bank to a meeting
to be held tonight at 7 at the
Chamber of Commerce building,
corner of Avenida Cuba and
Avenida Ecuador, opposite the
Beluario Porras Plaza.
The committee will report on
Its activities to date and will
outline the possible future ac-
tion for the depositors.
turday night, met with the
Board of Directors of the Trust
Company, Comptroller General
Henrique Obarrlo, and Govern-
ment Bank Inspector Eduardo
Brlceo, and this morning the
committee held a conference
with President Arnulfo Arias.
Foiling the meeting touay
with the President the group
left for another conference with
the bank board.
The committee Is composed of
the following: Raimundo Orte-
ga Vleto, chairman; Pablo Abad,
vice-chairman and secretary;
Jose Sltton, Emlro Ortiz, Luis E.
Mndez, Antonio Yagunes, and
Carlos C. Perez.
The Board of Directors also
decided this morning to call a
general stockholders' meeting on
April 5.
Chagres Hunter
Turns Up Safe
Report of a possible cayuca
accident on the Chagres River
in the neighborhood of Juan
Mina plantation turned out
happily this morning when
Azaei Gonzalez. 54, Colombian,
turned up unharmed.
Neighbors became worried
about Gonzalez when some con-
fusion arose over cayucas while.
he was absent on a hunting trip, north.
below the parallel, after Navy
Skyralders had blasted Red rear-
guards off a ridge.
On the central sector United,
Nations forces found abandoned;
10 howitters. 24 mortars, 40
heavy and light machine guns,
nearly 400 rifles and seven rock-,
et launchers, one of the biggest
hauls of Communist equlpmen
of the war.
Also on the central front the
Reds abandoned some of the)
most elaborate defense emplace-
ments yet encountered. They In-
cluded a series of horseshoe-
shaped, camouflaged, five-foot
deep trenches on ridges between
Hongchon and Chunchon.
South Korean troops in anoth-
er part of the central front trap-
ped a Red battalion assembling
In a valley in a roadless moun-
tain area 10 miles south of Chun-
chon.
They kept firing till the Com-
munists fled in confusion. The
South Koreans netted a sizable
store of Russian. Chinese. Japan-
ese and United States arms and
ammunition.
Chinese soldiers from the 26th)
Army Corps, part of the 3rd Chi-
nese Field Army which has been
resting since the Hungnam eva-
cuation, have been identified in
action. It Is believed thev were
put into the line to screen the
building of new defenses farther
Foreign Minister Carlos N.
Brln and Commerce Minister
When last seen, he was wear- | Ricardo Arias left early this
lng a short sleeved green -
checkered sport shirt, blue de-
nim trousers, and new combat-
type boots.
Several months ago young
Taylor left home, because he
was worried over poor marks in
school. But he returned two
days later.
The missing boy Is the son of
Harry F. Taylor, employed by
the Army's Department Engin-
eer as a foreman at Ft. Kobbe
The family resides on 2nd
Street, in Curundu.
morning by air for Washington.
There they will represent Pana-
ma at the Foreign Ministers'
Conference of the Organization
of American States. The con-
ference opens on Monday.
Panama's Finance Minister
Rodolfo Herbruger, and ex-Pub-
11c Works Minister Manuel Vir-
gilio Patino, who are already
in the United States, will Join
Dr. Brin, Arias and Enrique
Linares, to make up the re-
mainder of Panamanian delega-
tion.
War's Aftermath
Code del Norte Bones May End
Heart-Broken Mother's Search
By ELEANOR McILHENNY center plane came out of the ed in the Pacific. Civilian travel
bank. Cautioned by ground radio restrictions were eased and the
Are the bones at Code del that the flight was over the de- McClungs came to Panam to
Norte those of Air Force Lt. fended area, the flight leader find their missing son. Their
George McClung? They could be. made a 15 degree turn to the left trip was not unhearalded. It had
If it can be established that to clear the area where no been preceded by wide publicity
the skeleton, onto which three planes, even friendly ones, might and a photographer for Look
rubberhunters stumbled last go without advance warning. Magazine, Maurice Terrel, arriv-
Washington's Birthday, Is that Out of the cloud bank came ed a day before they did.
of the long-mlsslng aviator, an the flight leader, the left wing
end will at last be put to the man. McClungs plane did not On Mar. 29. 1946, Mr. and Mrs.
search which consumed the life appear. The two remaining McClung landed at the Albrooic
savings of a heart-broken Call- planes found themselves over field airport. From Caribbean
fornia mother and her police water and heading to sea. Command chief Lt. Gen. Willis
husband. When. In a few minutes, it be- D. Crittenberger down, they re-
came evident that McClung's ceived the fullest cooperation
The discovery, reported last plane was separated somehow from the military. At a confer-
week to the District Attorney's from the others, the flight lead- ence at the Hotel Tivoli. where
office in Coln, revived the long er radioed his operations head- the McClungs officer, the Air
dormant story of the futile quarters. A grid was set up and Force Operations officer Lt. Co.".
search of the curly-haired little a crisscross search begun. Leon Berger opened the files of
woman and her son's steady, Main points on the grid were the disappear anee and the
stalwart father. the same Cocl del Norte, near search to them. From Mar. 29 to
On Mar. 30. 1945, at 5:30 a.m. which the rubber hunters came May 16, by plane, car. horseback-
Lt. McClung took off from a Pa- upon the skeleton, Manzanillo and afoot they combed every
clfic Side airbase on a routine. Point. Plfta and Pito, all Atlan- place along the line of fllghS
patrol flight. He was right wing tic Side locations. For days the which they could reach. Then
man in a flight of three P-39 search continued and finally, on they returned to California,
planes. April 3. 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Glen But on July 5. 1946. Mrs. Mc-
The log of the flight, opened McClung were notified that their Clung was back, alone. She stay-
to the stricken parents a year son was dead. ed that time until Aug. 29. and
later, showed that the planes They were not satisfied that again took up every lead, every
cleared Chorrera, identified by this could be true. Lt. McClung hint as to where her son might
Its lights, and headed for the At- had been a sportsman, a cham- have dlsaopeared. Again she was
lantlc Coast, staying well out of plon swimmer and diver at the unsuccessful,
the "defended zone." University of Southern Callfor- Fort the McClur.gs. costJv as it
The last land the two surviving nla. If he had not been .killed was, the search was vital. He told
pilots saw were narrow fingers of outright, his parents felt, he reDorters:
heavy Jungle, stretching Into G- could ha\ j survived even in a "You see, there were only the
tun Lake. Then they went into hostile Jungle. three of us. When one of us was
a heavy cloud bank. The war in Europe ended: a away, our house was only four
Ten to 15 minutes later the few months later hostilities halt- walls."


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Bran iff Crtws
Branlff Airways again Is over-
nighting its flight crews In Pana-
ma.
Effective last Sunday night,
the airline's crews have an over-
night stop in Panama. They will
stay at the Hotel El Panama.
Branlff breaks its southbound
flight for this section into two
legs: Dallas-Panama, Panama-
Lima. The northbound flights
are In two similar, but reverse
legs.
A crew arriving from Dallas,
for instance, now leaves the
plane at Tocumen, remains here
overnight and continues to Lima
on the next southbound flight.
Northbound flights are handled
In a like fashion.
To the Rescue
The 19-ton local yacht Hula,
owned and skippered by C.Z. po-
lice officer Donald V. Howerth, is
due to leave today for Buenaven-
tura where she will go to the aid
of the schooner Monsoon. Hua
carries a crew of four.
She will bring the Monsoon,
which turned up in the Colom-
bian port last Friday night after
having been missing since Feb.
25, to Balboa. Aboard the 44-foot
Monsoon are her owner, D. H.
Radcliffe of California, hit wile
and one crewman.
They were en route to Balboa
from California when the Mon-
soon developed engine trouble off
the Costa Rican coast. Sighted by
an inbound freighter, Capt. Rad-
cliffe reported his difficulty and
asked for Coast Guard assistance.
The Monsoon's engine was dis-
abled, Radcliffe signalled the
freighter, but he had food and
water for ten days. In lieu of a
Coast Guard no ships of which
are based here, the Air Force
made an intensive and lengthy
search for the missing schooner
but without finding a trace of
her. Navy vessel and commercial
craft were also alerted to be on a
lookout for the Monsoon.
Trans-Pacific
The Interocean Steamship Cor-
poration Saturday announced ex-
tension of its service to the Oi-
ient. effective with the sailing uf
the M8 Martin Bakke about the
end of April from the Pacific
Coast.
Oriental ports for the service
will Include the Philippines, Hong
Kong and Japan. Martin Bakke
will be followed in the Pacific
service by other units of the
Knutsen Line fleet, with sailings
expected monthly.
The new Knutsen Line Orient-
al Service, the announcement
stated, will take the place In the
Interocean organization of the
Balen -Skaugen Line, the Wit
sailings of which are in progr?as
or nearlng completion. Inter
ocean 8S corporation wni aaource
actual operations of the few
Oriental service of the Knutsen
Line in early April and details as
to names of vessels, schedules
and sailing dates.
Rhumbs King
Xavier Cugat and his song-
stress. Abbe Lane, are due here
ior a brief stay early Saturday
morning en route to Call, Colom-
bia, where Cugat reportedly has
been challenged to a duel by a
Colombian newspaperman, Her-
man Mateus Becerra, according
to Pan American Airways.
Cugat and Miss Lane are arriv-
ing fn Tocumen about midnlgnt
Friday on El Interamerlcano.
They leave Saturday morning on
Patnagra's flight S19 for Call.
According to the PAA press re-
lease, Cugat Is reported to have
taken exception to a statement in
a Colombian newspaper that Miss
Lane was growing "cool" towaid
him. The author of the story Im-
mediately challenged the Rhum-
ba King to a duel, declaring nls
"reputation as a journalist had
been injured" by Cugat's denial.
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national championships at Mia-
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that his partner could win UM
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Shouting, Temper Mark^ ODwyer's
Appearance Before Senate Group
NEW YORK, Mar. 20 (UP).-
Ambassador William O'Dwyer
defended gambler t'rank cos-
telly yesterday In a shouting,
stormy Senate Crime hearing
In which a Senator branded the
lormer New York Mayor a "lour
ilusher."
O'Dwyer said that 10 far as
he knew Cost ello was not In-
volved in Murder, Inc., but rath-
er had helped start one of ,the
"Kill for money" ring's leaders
on the road to the electric
chair.
The Ambassador to Mexico
snapped and shouted at bis
questioners and once called a
brief recess "to compose my elf"
as the Senators sought to de-
termine "the scope of Mr. Cos-
tello's influence' In Big City
politics.
O'Dwyer testified that he had
visited Costello at the Gam-
bler's home twice before he be-
came Mayor to run down cor-
ruption in Army uniform pro-
curement. But the Senators, who
had been told by an earlier
witness that Costello was "then
man to see" before running for
Mayor, seemed unwilling to buy
that explanation.
Sen. Charles Tobey, R., N. H..
told O'Dwyer it seemed strange
to him tnat "prominent men
would trot up to his (Costello'si
place to -tsk his advice and
counsel."
O'Dwyer retorted that he was
carrying out an Army assign-
ment to keep racketeers-out of
Army procurment and went to
see Costello because he knew
him as a "blgtlme bookmaker:''
"They've got bookmaking all
over the country, Senator," the
perspiring, red-laced O'Dwyer
shouted. "They say there's a lot
o/ it in New Hampshire. They
say $30,000,000 worth of book-
making is done In your home
state."
"Well, we haven't got a Cos-
tell in New Hampshire," Tobey
roared.
"I wonder," O'Owyer retorted,
adding that Tobey had "sent
down to New York" to get con-
contributions for his last cam-
paign.
"it's not true," Tobey shout-
ed. "I never called anyone in
New York fot contribution to
my campaign."
"I'm under oath," O'Dwyer
bristled. "You're not."
'iubey rose half out of his
chair, offered to take an oatn
and bellowed: "I'm not a four
flusher."
When things calmed down
gain, O'Dwyer continued .iis
testimony on his visit to Cos-
tello. He said he called on tne
gambler, rather than asking him
to his office, because "I aldn t
have subpena powers."
"I didn't hesitate to go there
and I wouldn't hesitate to go
there ag*ln, O'Dwyer said.
He added that he "believed"
he saw Costello :. second time,
but couldn't remember when.
At his first meeting with Cos-
tello, O'Dwyer admitted, two
Tammany Hall leaders were at
the gambler's home. But they
didn't take part in his talk witn
Costello, he said.
O'Dwyer told the Senators that
he had not doubt there was a
"connection" between Costello
and Tammy Hall. But then he
attacked Tammany, the Demo-
crat ruling clique In New York,
In terms that would have done
creait to a Republican.
ODwyei, who cracked the
Murder, Inc. ring when he was
District Attorney, said that Cos-
teiio was not connected with
the ring but instead, had play-
ed an "influential.role" in get-
ting Louis "Lepke" Buchalter 10
surrender to police. Buchalter,
was executed in Sing Sing's
electric chair for Murder, Inc.
slaylngs.
v.nen he was cracking down
on crime in 1940, O'Dwyer said,
Vhe Big Boys were Joe Adonis,
Charles ("Lucky") Luciano and
William MorrettL Adonis is un-
der a contempt citation for re-
fusing to answer the commit-
tee's questions, Moretti is being
sought as a witness and Lucia-
no has been deported to Italy
a fate the Senators would like
Costello to share.
O'Dwyer was sworn in at 9:55
a.ni. and immediately launched
into a lengthy history of his
political life, from the days
when he was a cop on the beat.
He talked on and on, causing
Sen. Lester Hunt, D., Wyo., to
remark to a reporter: "It looks
like a great big Southern fill-
buster and be sure to get
the Southern in there."
Oov. Thomas E. Dewey has
ben invited to appear before the
committee in connection with
gambling In Saratoga Springs,
N. Y.
Dewey, who has been confin-
ed to his bed for several days
with a virus infection, will ha/e
until Wednesday to appear be-
fore the committe. Its hearings
have to end Wednesday because
the committee must be In Wash-
ington on Thursday. The Com-
mittee's life expires March 31.
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GOP Leader Says
Govl. Planning
Peace in Korea
WASHINGTON. Mar. 20 (UP).
Rep. Clarence J. Brown, R., O.,
reported to the House Rules
Committe today a "well-found-
ed rumor" that the Administra-
tion will make peace In Korea
as soon as Congress passes
emergency military bills.
"The report Is that we will
take South Korea and give
North Korea to *.he Commun-
ists," Brown said. "We then will
spend a lot of money rehabil-
itating South Korea. Then in
four or five years the United
Nations will sponsor a plebiscite
and we will give the whole
country to the Communists."
Brown made the statement
during Rules Committee debate
on a bill to lower the draft age
to 18'/2 and set ul a post-emer-
gency program of universal mil-
itary training. He said the bill
would create a "military auto-
cracy" to control all tht nation's
young manpower.
ISTHMI/ V DATA
Marriage Licenses
BABBITT, Woodford Marmon,
41, of Gamboa, te KEELER, Dor-
othy Sawyer. 39, of Ancon.
JOHNSON, Harold E 33. of Ft.
Kobbe, formerly of Ironton. Mo.,
to HINKL. Konstanza. 33, of Ft.
Kobbe. formerly of Elsenmarket,
Rumania.
FERGUSON. Stanlev Kenneth,
35. of Ft. Kobbe. formerly of Min-
neapolis, Minn., to POWERS. Ag-
nes Margaret, 48. of Ft. Clayton,
formerly of East Orenge, N.J.
CORWIN, James Ralph. 40, of
Bogot, to FUNK. Lucretia Eliza-
beth, 38. of Berkelv. Calif.
Births
WARREN. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. of
La Boca, daughter. Mar 16, (Jor-
gas HosDltal. *^
LEVANTIN, Dr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard, of Balboa, daughter. Mar.
16. Gorgas HosDltal.
COOPER. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy,
Two GOP Senators
Urge Senate to Send
More Troops Abroad
WASHINGTON, Mar. 20 (UP)
Two Republican Senators yes-
teray urged speedy Senate ap-
proval of additional VS. troop
shipments to Europe to show
Europeans this country does not
intend to abandon them to ag-
gression.
At the same time, GOP mem-
bers got into a new wrangle
over the meaning of the Troops-
ior-Europe resolution now be-
fore the Senate. One even said
it would bar President Harry
Truman from removing men
from Western Europe without
Congressional approval.,
The Senate plowed Into the
second day of the formal phase
of the "Great Debate" over
troop shipments with no sign
oi an early wlndup.
Sen. Henry Carjot Lodge, Jr.,
R., Mass., Aid any attempt to
delay debate on the Issue would
be "tampering with the security
of the United States."
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, R.,
Mass., urged the Senate to ap-
prove the troop-Jransfer reso-
lution as evidence to Europe
"that we dj not intend to aban-
don to barbaric violence the
free peoples and the free Insti-
tutions of the world."
Underwater Battleships Foreseen
For Atomic Age By Naval Expert
By JAMES F. CUNNINGHAM
WASHINGTON, Mar. JO (UP)
Soviet or United States invasions
in the "unfolding aero atomic
age" may be launched by mobile
task forces of rocket firing. Jet
propelled, underwater battle-
ships.
This Is the suggestion of James
K. Eyre, Jr., a Pacific naval ex-
pert.
Writing In the monthly mag-
azine United States Naval Insti-
tute Proceedings, Eyre warned
that it may mean defeat if Amer-
icans fail to outstrip the Russians
tiff Up
Your Hearts'
He said Americfc can no long-
er rely on a "backyard defense,"
but wants and needs the "help
of those people In Europe who
share our belief in freedom anrf
who want to be free them-
selves."
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
WHAT THE LOVE OF JESUS
WILL DO
"No man taketh My Ufa from
Me, I lay in down of Myself."
THE CR03S WAS HIS OWN
Thev borrowed a bed to lay Hid
head
When Christ the Lord came down:
They borrowed the ass in the
mountain-pass
For Him to ride to town;
But the crown that He wore
And the Cross that He bore,
Were His own
The Cross was His Own.
of Gamboa, son, Mar 18, Gorgas
Hospital.
CHASE. Capt. and Mrs. B. K.,
of Ft. Kobbe, daughter, Mar. 18,
Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
ANGLIN. Austin, three months,
of Chilibre. Mar. 16, Gorgas Hos-
pital.
8TRAKER. Clara, 65, of Ancon.
Mar. 18, Gorgas Hospital.

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"He borrowed the bread when the
crowd He fed.
On the grassy mountain-side:
He borrowed the dish of broken
fish '
With which He satisfied:
But the Crown that He wore
And the Cross that He bore,
Were His Own
The Cross was His Own.
"He borrowed a ship in which to
sit.
To teach the multitude;
He borrowed a nest In which to
rest,
He had never a home so rude;
But the Crown that He wore
And the Cross that He bore,
Were His own
The Cross was His Own.
"He borrowed a room on His way
to the Tomb,
The Passover Lamb to eat;
They borrowed a cave to be His
grave,
They borrowed a winding-sheet:
But the Crown that He wore
And the Cross that He bore,
Were His Own
The Cross was His Own."
G.R.M.
Why? The answer: For us men
and for our salvation. Measure
the Love of Our Saviour by His
Cross.
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In terms of "radically transform-
ed naval power" and "revolution-
ary naval tactics."
He pleaded for Americans to
remember the lesson of Pearl
Harbor and not succumb to "de-
;?r! \ "^mining the
rightful importance of naval
power to American destiny."
He conceded that "for the time
being the atom bomb and Its ae-
rial carrier may have the upper
hand over the naval vessel "
But he warned that "much
sooner than many think the pen-
dulum .mav swing...with naval
power assuming still greater im-
portance in unfolding the aero-
atomic age."
He said the submarine mav be-
come the capital ship and stan-
dard warship of the future. Whe-
ther a surface ship or submers-
ible, the warship of tomorrow will
be In all probability smaller
taster, more expendable, and will
possess new means of firepower
plus maximum immunity to at-
omic attack."
He aid: "It may dlsnlay such
features as flush decks, com-
oletely enclosed superstructures
mint for the purpose of safe-
guarding the ship's vitals and
crew against heat and radloactlv-
itv. and the employment of euld-
ed missiles in the place of naval
cannon."
He said the submarine as a
naval vessel is "the least vul-
nerable to atomic attack, and has
a potential warfront Importance
romoarable to an underground
fartorv on the home front.
'With the replacement of nav-
al cannon by rockets, shins would
no longer have to \y bieger to
f'arry more guns. If lone-dis-
tance rockets can be emnloved
successfully by naval craft the
size of the carrier would become
comparatively Insignificant and
the ranee of firepower vastly ex-
tended.
He speculated that an advanc-
ed tyeo of submarine armed with
accurate long range rockets from
waters surrounding enemy terri-
tory could harrass land power
and would be performing the
fundamental mission of land-
baed aircraft.
Eyre said: "Since Its effective-
deniable the submarine would
then become the first four di-
mensional weapon In the history
of mankind."
He warned, however, that the
Russians may also be thinking in
such terms, and suggested that
that may account for their build-
ing a vast submarine fleet.
He said that "by using large
numbers of powerfully armed
submarines and other means of
attack available to them our po-
tential opponents In the event of
open hostilities would probably
try to smash our harbors, our
naval strength, and as much of
our offensive power as possible
so they could overrun the rest of
the European continent without
our Interference.
"The attempted invasion of the
United States would come later
when clraumstances were more
favorable."
Eyre contended: "The basic
geography of the United States
Is such that we are extremelv
vulnerable to large scale attack
from the sea." He said important
segments of United States popu-
lation and industry and virtually
all the United States Navy are
concentrated along the'eastern,
western and southern seaboards
-within easy range of the pro-
posed underwater battleships.
ness against surface vessels is un- Friday.
Junta Femenina
Will Hola! Tea
For Mrs. Nielson
The members of the Junta F*
menina de Beneficencia wl!
honor Mrs. Marie Nielson at a
farewell tea Sunday at 4 p.m. at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ce-
cil Warner of San Francisco.
Mrs. Nielson will leave shortly
for the United States.
Members who wish to attend
are asked to contact Miss Milii-
cent Brlggs at Calle del Estudian-
te No. 134, Telephone 2-4021 by
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MARCH M, 1M1
rAGE FOUR______________________________________ ..---. --.-- -.- ........ ... ............. n ... ----------------------
NCAA Basketball Tourney Gets Underway Tonight
Sixteen Teams To Vie For
Coveted Hoop Champs
NEW YORK, Mor. 20 (UP) The 10 Bflnet and
si* "paupers" of basketball ore poised for an ttoek oh
the N.C.A.A.xa Tournament thrent.
Lost year's king City College of New York ha
abdicated and the 10 college conference chomps and six
"(nember-at-large teoms all have their eyes on the royal
seat
The battle in the East gets started tonight with double
headers at Raleigh, North Carolina and New York s Ma-
dison Square Garden. The Western division pldyoffl start
Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri.
York. The first round play at Ra-
leigh pits North Cardllna State
gainst Villanota < 34-5 > and
Kentucky against Louisville (19-
8).
Little League
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Police Dept, Cops 1
Pire Dept. Firemen l
Cuf anda-ltes .. 1
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"'The Wildcats of Kentucky '28-
Ji winners of the Southeastern
Snfprenceare favored In the
stem bracket. The Missouri
Valley champions from Oklaho-
v'ma A. St M. '27-41 seem the team
-4o beat in the Western playoffs
. The East and West winners will
tangle for the NCAA crown at
Minneapolis on March 27.
In addition to the Wildcats and
Aggies, there are elght^other con-
., ference champions entered in
this years tournament. In the
. Western bracket are Arizona f24-
,5 > of the Border Conference,
Washington (22-5) of the Pacific
Coast Conference, the Texas Ag-
Iles (1(1-11' of the Southwest and
rlgham Young <27-7> of the
-Skyline Six. In the Eastern play-
offs ate Columbia '22-0i of the
Ivy League. Illinois <19-4i of the
Bl 10 and North Carolina State
(28-5i of the Southern.
- It's the first time in NCAA hls-
-torv that all the major confer-
-etlce winners have taken part in
.the tournament.
The first round in th Eastern
bracket has St. John's (24-4) and
Connecticut University <22-3>
two member-at-laree teams
and Columbia and Illinois H9-4>
playing a double header at New
Along The Fairways
GAMBOA OOLP & COl'NTRt
. CI.tTB NOTES
One-Club and Putter Tourney
This novelty tournament Will be
held at the Gamboa Golf and
Country Club over the week end
of March 23 to March 25 inclusive,
which will allow three full days
to complete play.
Members In good standing are
ellelble to compete.
The tournament will be elgh-
teen holes medal play In two.
* three or four-ball matches. The
first elahteen holes played on
", these days will count for score.
Players may use only two clubs',
one of which must be a putter.
. The second club must be used
throughout the tournament play.
In the Western division at
Kansas City, it's Arizona against
Kansas 8tate. Brlgharh Young
Slavs San Jose State Hl-lli on
'e'dnesdav. Oklahoma A. it M.
plays Montana State < 22-12 and
Washington meets the Texas Ag-
gies in opening round games on
Thursday.
The Cougars of Brlgham
Young will be trying for a tour-
nament grand slam. The Sky-
line Six winners won the Na-
tional Invitation Tournament
title in New York last Satur-
day and hope to be the second
team in history to win both
tourneys. CCNY became the
first one last year.
Seven players who sparked
their teams to tournament bids
in the regular season will not be
eligible to plav In the NCAA
games. North Carolina State has
lost three playersIncluding
United Presa All-America Sam
RanzlnoWhile Montana State.
Oklahoma A. & M.. Louisville and
Kentucky lost one each.
The seven players can not take
nart in the tournev because of
the NCAA ruling limiting play-
ers to three years of vjirsltv com-
petition. They were permitted to
play during the regular season
because some conferences give a
player four years of eligibility.
Fight Dope
BY UNITED PRES
Along the boxing beat. Man-
ager Charley Johnston aavs his
featherweight championSandy
Saddlerla no longer interested
In a return bout with Willie Pep.
"Pep let his guarantee of a re-
turn bout within six months run
out March 8," says Johnston.
, Ever since September we've been
Full handicaps will be allowed, 'waiting for a title defense against
Ladles are Invited to enter and | pip. Now we've got to get busy.
nwv use the ladies tees.
~. Any questions a'h'ne during
the tournarne"' "'" etlled by
_, Tournament Committee.
An entry fee of si will be
""thareed.
Prizes will be awarded as fol-
- lows:
Low Gross
Low Net
Second Low Met
Third Low Net
Fourth Low Net.
Low moss winner is not ellgl-
, ble for other prizes,
Curley Fears defeated Ed
. .Btroop in the plavoff for the low
pet nrize in the Ringer Tourna-
. ment.
, It is rumored that extensive |
plans are under way for an In-
vitational Tournoment which I
will be played at Oamboa and be ',
sponsored by a leadlim business
' concern which operates on a,
worldwide scale an dwhich has a
' N^ell known and popular unit In I
t;Panam City. As soon as definite I
Information is secured plans In
detail will be made public.
i "
Well take some fights In Cali-
fornia and then go to Argentina
In Mav for three or four bouts
there.''
Heavyweleht contender Rex
Layne has signed for a 10-round
bout at Boston an April 16. He
probably will fleht Elkins Broth-
ers of Newcastle. Pennsylvania.
Lightweight Champion Ike Wil-
liams is favored 'at 5-to-lli over
John L. DaVia In New York this
Friday. Williams will deiend his
title at Madison Square Garden
on May H against an opponent
still to be selected.
High Blood Pressure
If High Blood I'ruiiti nmH-
ron mitr. have pain afound
ne:in. litadai'lira, hurt brean i
dlBMtion, ampliation, and awoln-n
"If1"; "" *"( alrnont llwUnt
rrliff from thi .lunifrou >m|.-
Ii-mlil for H V NI IX tmtar and ftol
raara runnfar In a f> daj-.
Curundu Couneilmen Clip
"Copttert- f-1
The Councllmen of Curundu
broke into the win column When
thev eked out a Win from the Po-
lice Department "Coppers'' In a
fast and thrilling ball game at
Curundu. Going into the last In-
ning the Coppers were tralllna,
1-0, when two hits produced the
tying run. but the Councllmen
came right back to put over the
Winning marker.
The Phillips brothers, hurling
fot the Police, permitted only
three hits, all singles. While Bent
went the distance for the Coun-
cllmen scattering only four hits,
of which Barnes, the Police re-
ceiver, got three blows.
This fame proved to the spec-
tators that these twelve-year and
younger plaver* can and will put
on close well played games.
Firemen Down Saints, 12-5
Playing before another large
crowd, the Fire Department Fire-
fighters defeated the "Saint*" of
Saint Mary's at Diablo.
The smoke-eaters scored two
runs in the first Inning to get off
to a good start when the Saints
came right back in their half of
the Inning to forge ahead by one
run. It appeared as though the
f;ame was going to be a free scor-
hg affair but the little fellas set-
tled down to plav a nice game.
The firemen got Into a jam in
the early part of the game when
the smoke-eaters' starting pitch-
er. Don Randel. loaded the bases
Manager Fred Mohl decided that
was enough and brought In Her-
ble 8chneider from first base to
do the pitching. Herble was not
equal to the task either, giving
up two bases on balls to force
across two runs. At this time Ed-
die Kirchmeir was brought in
from center field to take over the
pitching chores and from that
point on the Saints were stopped
cold.
Batting stars of the game were
Mamma, Terry and Kirchmeir
with two hits apiece for the win-
ners and Billy Hatchett for the
losers.
For St. Mary's. Lpez started on
the mound and was going a'ong
nicely until his mates committed
several errors behind him. Man-
ager McKeown replaced Lpez
with little Lem Kirkland. the
pitching star who beat the high-
ly touted Dlablo-HUlman nine
last week. He Was greeted by a
barrage of base hits which Just
about sewed up the game for the
firemen.
Sears Sock Automen 11-1
Although outhlt. the blue-clad
boys of Sears defeated the Diablo
Hillmen Automen and climbed
Into first place, pushing the Au-
tomen Into the cellar of the lea-
gue standings. The mall order-
men of Sears were wide awake,
taking advantage of every mis-
cue of the Automen. especially
the pass balls behind the plate.
The opposing hurlers went the
distance, with Ronnie Mead hav-
ing a shutout until the last in-
ning when Pedro Salas poled out
a long home run over the left
field barrier. Batemen of the Au-
tomen hurled a hot and cold
game, at times he would be red
hot like in the second inning
when he retired the side by fan-
ning the only three batters that
faced him. However, at times he
had trouble with his control, plus
errors by his teammates allowed
the Sears mail order boys 11
bulging runs with only four hits.
Kleiner's Korner
TO MEET ATLANTIC SERVICE STARS Pictured above Is the Powell's team of the canal
ne Amateur BasebaU League who- will play the Atlantic Side team -.^P^cl of service-
men of the Army and Navy stationed at Fort Davis, Fort Gulick, and, the Coco Solo Navai
StaUon at Mt Hope Stadium, Thursday night. March 22. for the benefit of the Red Cross.
Tickets' for the game, which starts at 7:30 o.m, are on sale at Fort Gulick. Fort Davis. Marga-
rita, Cristobal. Gatun. and Cdlon. Price of admission la fifty cents.
ROW.
kneeling: A.
Back row:
lett to rlehtr in the picture above are V. Courtney, mascot: Front
Hudson V Gill Godwin Modre. manager. V. SmltH, Atherlev. and L Ramsey. Back.row:
Howard Finnegan. team sponsor. J, Best. O. Ersklne P De Leon T Robinson, L. Smith, A.
Bailey, S. Iflll, S. Arthur, H. Hartley, coach and ft Thomas #"$"*...
(Official V. S. Army Phot bv Sergeant W. M. NoMhcOtt).....
Panama, Colon Provincial League
Winners Clash Tomorrow Night
At Olympic Stadium In Series
Margarita, Cristobal Gamboa
Garner Junior League Titles
The deciding games In the Ju-
nior League were played Satur-
day. MarCh 17, bringing the 1951
season to a close.
A crowd of over 200 spectator
watched the highly touted Gam-
boa "D" League nina live up to
its reputation and run rough-
shod over their Atlantic side op-
ponents from Cristobal. The boys
iplaved errorless ball behind ex-
cellent pitching all the wav. The
seven hits, one of them a homer
scored In three Innings, proved
that thev had batting finesse.
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Both had speed ahd change of
pace, and both used it Well. At
the end of the seventh, with the
deadlock still on, the game went
into extra Inning.
Finally. In the last of the ninth
Snapper' Rlnehart, the first
batter, hit a long ball which went
over th head of Pescod, the cen-
ter fialder. "Snapper" didn't pull
up until he was perched safely on
third.
With no outs and Dick Reed at
bs>t it looked like the squeeze play
was coming up. However, before
The game lasted only three of Reed could bunt. Mantovani
the scheduled five innlng.f This threw a low one that got away
was because of a special rule from Roux. the catcher and
stating that When one team is Rlnehart romped home with the
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NEA Staff Correspondent

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All the attention in the earlv
spring is given to the baseball
players, a they train for the
coming season.
Equally important, but lea
publicized. Is the training the
umulres must take.
The men-in-blue put in a hard
day's work, as they get ready for
opening day. Here's a typical
schedule of an ump's spring
training:
7 AMGets up.
7:05 AMGoes back to bed.
10 AM Up again, has break-
fast.
10:30 AMPractices scowling
Iri mirfor.
10:40 AM- Get a rubdoWn ol
vital scowling muscles. (One um-
pire neglected this one year, was
out all season with a Charley
horse in hi eyebrow.)
11 AMDown to the field, does
getting uo exercises'sitting down.
11:15 AMPractices turning
his back on somebody.
11:30 AM- Goes fishing, to do
research oh perfecting a fishy-
stare
13 N -Lunch. Has to eat some-
thing that Will disagree with
him. iust on general principles.
1 PM Practices growling at
people.
1:15 PMStudies higher math-
ematics"two outs plus one out
equals three outs."
1:30 PMPractice drawing a
line beyond which protesting
player must not cross. Must be
done with big toe.
1:45 PM -Oets rundown of big
toe.
2 PMAfternoon snack usu-
ally raw meat. .
2:30 PM-Elocution lesson.
Learns how to sav "strike two" so
It sounds like "steerahp boop."
Spends rest of the day reading
comic books. To bed early and
na* nightmares.
ten runs ahead Of Its opponent,
at the end of a full Inning, the
game is over regardless of the
number of Innings played. Thus
the Oamboa "D" team took the
trophv back to the Pacific side
for the 1951 series.
The second game, between
Cristobal and Ancon In the "C"
vision proved to be a real thrill-
er. The Cristobal team supported
Its nitcher Ed Smith well in the
field and at the plate. Thev han-
dled six chances with only one
error and at the same time tag-
ged the ball for two hits scoring
two runs in the second inning.
The boys from Ancon fielded
faultlessly and garnered three
hlK However, the hits were scat-
tered and they were unable to
score, pelaado, the Ancon pitch-
er was taken out early in the
game because of an Injured hand.
He was relieved by Ravbourn*
This game gave Cristobal six
straight wins for the season. Fi-
nal score Cristobal 2, Ancon 0
In the third and final game of
the morning the "B" bovs from
Ancon and Margarita Waged a
Ditching duel that Is not likely to
be seen in this bracket again for
a long time. Capitalizing on two
bsses on balls arid one hit, plus
two wild throws, the Ancon lads
shoved two men over the plat* In
the ODening frame.
However, those two runs were
destined to be the only ones An-
con would get. Margarita took a
little longer to get started But
they managed to tie the score in
the fourth inning. Here the scor-
ing stopped while Mantovani of
Ancon and Blades of Margarita
baffled their respective oppo-
nents with a splendid perform-
ance from the mound.
winning tally.
Art Blades, the winning pitch-
er, struck out 18 of the Ancun
batters. This hangs up a record
that may stay on the books in
this league for many a year.
Mr. Peterson of the American
Legion and Dr. Bvrd of the
Health Department were special
guests for the morning and after
the games Mr. Peterson present-
ed each of the players of the win-
ning team with an individual
gold award. Dr. Byrd presented
the winners a beautiful trophy
donated by the members of the
Health Department.
One thing all the teams had in
common, win or lose, was the fact
that no one displayed anv un-
sportsmanlike gesture of anv
kind. They all came to play ball,
and they did Just that. They all
played well and each and every
one of them Was a credit to both
his coach and his community.
The champions of the respec-
tive Provincial Baseball Leagues
of Panam and ColonPinocho
and Mauricioare scheduled to
lock horn in the first game of
the Amateur Championship Se-
ries tomorrow night at the Pan-
am Olympic Stadium.
The second game will be play-
ad next Tuesday and the tnlrd--
If necessarywill be scheduled
later. Admission prices are 35, 25,
And 15 cents.
The feature of the game Is ex-
pected to be a brilliant mound
duel between Eric George and
Elias Osarlo. Both boys are con-
sidered by far the top hurlers In
their respective leagues.
Colon's George wound up the
recently terminated season with
eight wins and a lone setback. He
also entered a new record in the
amateur books by striking out 88
batters for the season to eclipse
Alberto "Mamavila" Osorio's rec-
ord of 85 which was established
in 1947.
Elias Osorio, on the other hand,
also boasts an enviable recaed.
Osorio, playing for Herrera Pro-
vince, beat a powerful Panama
nine that included such stars
(now turned professional) as
Prescott. Salinas. Holder, Alonso
Brathwaite and Tait.
Osorio's record in the Panam
Provincial League was 5-0 this
season and he is apparently in hi
best form.
MIAMI BEACHIf there to be a world War the *
rave art ready. The blgeprlnt of this team a *****
Army reject am family Ma. was drawn with BlUswr inp*w<*
demands IM vie*. A Idleed-up draft eall would Hot trtke with
devastating foro*. .. .. .i...
War on second division? This approximates the future Billy
Southworth .faces. It Is a proapect which Is not calculated t tir*
vast enthusiasm even among the home towners, who, it it eon--
.ceivablt, would have preferred a leap unorthodox approach to
the pennant race. ,, _.. .____.
This Is essentially the same team, a year older which slumped
from eecond to fourth In the last three weeks of the p0 season,
losing six of the last eight games and finishing fourth. Up to
August it was a pennant factor. Then It disintegrated a* the band
played "Silver Threads Among the Gold.'
That figure to happen again. For better than half the season
the Braves should be up there. They have some Solid pitching.
Kc rival can claim three more abre elboWers than Wftfren Spann,
Johnny Sain and Vern Blckford. They won 60 games among them.
But they can carry the full load ortly so far. And it gets heavier
as the race lengthens. ,,._ ,.._
only irt the box do the Brave htpe up Big leaiue. Thev
gre inadequate back of the plate, weak around second and spotty
hi the outfield. They need help and luck if they are to com
close to repeating their '4* championship- Southworth profeiwa
Optimism. Thi I what happens to a fellow who sits too long
in the Florida sun.
'
BE MARSHALL AND ERR
If the Braves are to get help It must come from new men,
such as Ed 8t. Claire, catcher. John- Logan, horttop, Bob Addis,
outfielder, and Jim Wilson, pitcher. AUo Wlllard Marhall must
prove that his .235 of last season, with only five home runs, waa
due to un spots, the Gulf Stream or something he ate.
In the matter of luck Southworth has been on an austerity
diet in recent years. Marshall Is an unpleasant reminder. He fig-
ured lh the deal with the Gidnt which was topic B on the
spring tour last season. Southworth gave up Eddie Stanky anu
Alvin Dark to get Marshall, Buddy Kerr and Sid Gordon.
It was a great dealfor the Giants. Only Gordon cam*
through with a .304 average. 27 home run and 104 run batted in.
Marshall a Polo Ground malcontent, was unbelievably bad, and
he was the one Southworth counted on most. Nobody has a con-
vincing explanation. Maybe, at }0. he's through.
To help a big-league team Kerr must field with extraordin-
ary skill. On hitting It's doubtful If he could get by In the bettor
minors. At one time last eason he was under .220. At the finish
h* was up to only .227. Even this was a marked Improvement over
his last season in the Polo Grounds when he hit, if that s tht
*rLlte M.rght.11. Kfrr may be through. H.> isn't thi* ^"-P'/
maker he used to Be. Logan, up from Milwaukee where he hit .296
is the probable replacement. Thi would make, the rest of trie
nflela. Earl Tor-iron, first: Hoy Hartsfleld second; and Bob
Elliott, third. Of the lot TorgMon's the stlckout.
THE MAN HAD A CONTRACT
It's obvious now Southworth pulled a rock when he traded
Stanky and Dark. The second-short slot plagued him all last sea-
son It's still a problem. On second thought, the deal may not
hAe been a rock Stanky and Dark had quit on southworth. this
put It up to the front office; trade the rebels or fire the man-
iger. The manager still had three year, to go at iSO.OOO per. Well.
" sVuthworthSha"d no luck with another fantastic experiment
He assigned a li-year-old kid. with only 67 major league games
experience back of the plate a his No. 1 catcher, calling him
another Gabby Hartnett. It was gross libel. In June a grown man.
Walker Cooper was brought In from CtacnnUto do thi job
Cooper's ohe of the war-phm anrterru. StrClaiM.-whO Wt ,JW
w'th Atlanta, will spell him. Look good. too. Ha a fine arm ana
hits a long ball. Gordon and Sam Jethroe, the Negro ipeedster.
a-e outnld fixtures with Audi. Tommy Holme and Luuoimo
awaiting development. None of them will make Coopentown
overnight gouthworth's only hope with the kind of
neraonnel hrt got, is global conflict, and whether this would b.
good "? bad depends somewhat on your sense of value.
Brion Edqcs Lowry
'n Dull Contest
PROVIDENCE. R. I., Mar. 20
(UPiCesar Brlon. 194. of Buen-
os Aires last night decisloned Ted
Lowry. 114. of New Haven. Con-
necticut In the ten-round main
event.
Few hard punches were ex-
changed as each boxer danced
away from his opponent. The only
action of ahy consequence came
in. the final round when Brion
briefly showed his potentialities
as a fighter.
However. It wa neither enough
to satisfy the crowd nor to hurt
Lowry,
Mt. Olympus Downs
Unity Lodge 11-5
In Softball Game
Rankling from their lone de-
feat, suffered at the hands of the
Mt. Olympu Lodge, the softball
team from Unity Lodge of Para-
so returned to La Boca lftet Sun-
day with a vengeance and down-
ed their rivals in a well played
game to the tune of 11 to 8.
The game wa won solelv on
offense a the Mt. Olympus team
had an off day on the field and
was sloppy in spots.
Owing to the anniversary cele-
bration of Eyrie Lodge of Silver
City on Sunday. March 28. there
will be no games played. A dou-
bleheader 1 scheduled for April
1. when Justice Lodge will meet
Unity of Paraso and Mt. Olym-
pus of Panam.
Exhibition
Results
St. Petersburg, Florida
Boston (A) 000 000 1102 2 1
N York (Ni 000 000 001-1 3 2
Chuck Stobbs. Ray Scarborough
(6> and Bob Scherbarth: Larry
jansen, Sal Maglle (6) and Wes
Westrum. Ray Noble <8>. WP
Scarborough. LPMaglle.
Tampa. Florida
Boston (N) Oil 000 000- 2 8 ,
Clncl. iNi 002 411 42X14 18 0
Warren Spahn. Gorih (41. Mur-
ray Wall <4>. Bob Chlpman (7)
and Paul Burris; Howie Fox.
Blackburn <8i and Les Peden.
Homer Howell <6i. WPFox. LP
Gorin.
Vero Beach. Florida
Phila. IA1 000 000 0011 8 1
Brklyn IN 002 003 COx5 11 1
Joe Coleman, Hank Wyse <5>
and Joe Astroth. Joe Hatten, Carl
Ersklne i6> and Toby Atwell. WP
Hatten. LPColeman.
Clearwatei. Florida
8t L. Ni 200 002 102 07 10 2
Phlla. (Ni 020 131 000 18 16 6
Gerry Stale-v, Johnny Yuhas
(41. Bob Habernicht (6>.Tlefen-
ftuer '8'. Arroyo <10> and Del
Rice, Bubba Church. Ken Heint-
zelman i7and Del Wilber. Andy
Semlnlck '7i. WP-Heintzelman.
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sreh. New tort."
Mr. Mt Mm. ftedano-d Will hi ft h*ra after April 18
II Balboa What* he M eaioioyed with the Navigation Divi-
sion.
British Minister
Visits lit Cristobal
tht British Minister to Una'
ma. Erie Arthur Cleugh. was in
Cristobal and Colon during th
w*k end to meet Lord McOown,
who Is i passenger on tht AS
Flamenco, returning to England
from a trip to South America.
Lord Mcoowan entertained at
luncheon aboard th* hip Sun-
day. Other guests from Panama
City were Mr. and Mrs. Wllr.m
H. Doei.
Mr. and MM. Thompson
Arriving Temerrew
Mr. and MM. Ray Thompson of
Taroma. Washington, who have
been travailing In South America,
will arrive by airplane tomor.ow
_ from Lima, Peru. They will spend
ten days here, ahd Will be the
house guests of Mr. and Mr--.
Charles P. Morgan at Miraflores.
Mr. Thohtppson, a former news-
paperman, Is president of the
Tacoma Branch 01 the WOrld Af-
fairs Council and a well known
lecturer on world affairs. MM.
Thompson, is member of '.he
National League of American
Penwomen in Seattle and Is the
founder or the Lakewood Players.
Mm. Tall Entertaining
This Afternoon
Mrs. Christine Tull is entertain-
ing 15 guests at a tea this after-
noon at her apartment on Fran-
ipahi Street In Ancon. Assisting
ha hostess will be Miss Sue cor.
Miss Claude Aycock, Miss Kay
Clark and Mrs. E. W. Hatched.
eetnt Bride te be Honored
hU Even in %
MM. John t WHnlo and M*.
Selen Hanks ire giving a dcasert
party and lingerie shower this
evening at seven at Mrs. Walhio*
home on Oolf Heights for Mn.
Charlea R. Cade whose marriage took place last
Friday. Twenty young women of
the United States Embassy -taff
have been invited to the party.
Departure
Arnold Bruckner of Balboa
Heights Is leaving by airplane
Wednesday morning on a short
trip to Washington, DC He hr
pects to be gone about 10 days.
vln and Mrs. L. F. fcefly me
chaperoning a group of young
ladles who are spending this
week at the A.A.A. camp a: 81
Valle, included in the group a.-e
the Misses Brbara Shaw. Anne
Morrlil, Mary Ellen Kelly, Pat
Walker, Anh West, Joyce 11
Nancy Wells, Doris Bradley, Kav-
iean Vinton and Sheila Fearon.
Visitors at
cuftihuu Heights
Mr. and Mrs, Sam Best of Loi
Aneles, Calllornla, arrived Hwi
urday night by airplane foe a
visit of two weeks at Curundu
Heights with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. fend Mrs.
Earl Best.
Leave far the U.S.
Mr. and MM. J. Edward Heaiey,
Jr., left by airplane Sunday to
Send a months vacation in tn
lted states.
Arrives from New Tork
Mrs. FrancU W. Daire, of R1V-
rshlde, Connecticut, arrived yes-
terday via Panama Line hip for
a visit with her son and daugit-
ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
D. Wells, of Bella Vista. Mrs.
Daire's husband, the late Francis
W. Daire, was financial editor of
the 'Newark Evening News,' of
Newark, N.J. V
Guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller
Mr, and Mm. Howard M. Fuller
of Ancon have as their house
guests their daughter ahd grand-
daughter, Mrs, Earl a. Lynch and
Sherl Lynch, of L6s Angeles, Ca-
lifornia. Mrs. Lynch, the former
Helen Puller and her babv
daughter, arrived 8aturdaV bv
airplane for a visit of several
months.
Ceektall Part* Honors
Recent Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silo artrt
Mr. ahd Mrs. Arwln Jahsseh *n
tertalned about 90 guests a* a
cocktail party giveh Saturday
evening at the Silo's residence in
Balboa. The party honored Mr.
and Mrs. Fntoh Whalen who ar-
rived recently from Johnstown,
Pennsylvania, to live at Curundu.
Mr. Whalen, a former resident
of Ancon. is a brother of Mrs. Si-
lo and Mrs. Janssen.
At Santa Clara Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic! de V.
Sill and their son, Fred, Of Pe-
dro Miguel, have taken a cottage
at santa clara Beach for thi
Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wendell Greene of Baloc?
Heights were their guests Satur-
day and Sunday.
Jack Johnson Host
at Stag Party
Jack Johnson honored athletic
coach Ed Beck man of the Canal
Zone, Junior College at a tag;
party held Saturday evening ot
the home of his parents, Mr. anti
Mrs. J. Q. Johnson In Balboa. Mr.
Beckman la leavihg Friday for
the United States.
Others present were: Coaches
Paul Karst and William Zemef.
Walter Trout. Jim Thompson,
Leo Presho, Al Neckar. Paul Mitl-
lins, Jack paldwln, Ronnie An-
aermuller. Jack Ray, Larry Parks.
Jack Corliss, Henrv Falk, Jack
Love. Jim Fraser, Al McKeown.
In Boquete
Among those vacationing t!
the Panamonte Hotel in Boquete
are Mr. and Mrs. Galindo and
their daughters. Maria Teresa
and Malvina and Mr. T. E. King
of Panama. Mrs. Carmen Icaan.
de Jimenez. Mrs. Hercllla I. de
Cucaln and Miss Maria Icaea
have returned to Panama atipr
spendlhg two.weeks at the hotel.
Other recent visitors have
been Dr Harmodio Aria, Jr.. Mr.
Antoiilo Angulzola and far
Mr. and Mrs. Aquilino Vallariin.
Jr.. all of Panama; Mr. Paul
Kramer. Mr. Robert H. Blair ol
Corpus Crist!. Texas: Miss Sarah
Hinds of Chicago. 'Illinois. Mrs.
John A. King of Lake Forrea:.
Illinois and Mr. R. H. Church and
family of Fort Clayton.
House Party ,
In Ki Valle
Mrs. Fred Morlll, Mrs. Vlrgff
Shaw. Mrs. Elizabeth W. McNt-
Pollsters Choice Descries
Own Abilities as President
EDITOR'S NOTE: A recent
United Press poll of state De-
eratlc ehalrmen showed
gen. Paul n. Douglas. I)., 111.,
a papular choice for President
if Mr. Truman dots not run
Main, in the following wter-
, iw the senawrs says the Job
Is Dm Bit far him and ex-
why.
llfeiDs Wl
By JOHN L. CUTTER
WASHINGTON, Mar 20 (UP)
en. Paul H. Douglas, C ill.,
who feels he Is not qualified to
become Presideht, said the
White House la for a combina-
tion of Lincoln, Jefferson, Cleve-
land, two Roosevelts and San-
dow the Strong Man.
In addition, he said, the man
In the White House needa the
patience of Job.
Douglas shrugged off his own
ualificatlons after a nation-
wide united Press poll of De-
mocratic state leaders showed
him to be a popular choice if
President Harry Truman does
not run in 1952.
The 69-year-oid senator said
Be is not temperamentally suit-
ed; he worie* too much: and
probably Wouldn't live a month
under the great burdens and
nervous strains involved
He named a few Democrats
and Republicans he considers
better qualified.
On the democratic side he
6roposed President Truman,
en. DWight d. Eisenhower,
Chief Justice Fred M, Vinson,
Sens. J. William j. Fulbrlght
of Arkanaas, and Ester Kefau-
ver of Tennessee; and aov. G.
Menrien Williams of Michigan
"who la coming up fast."
Some Republicans who would
make a good President, he said,
include Sens. Levereu Salton-
stall and Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr., of Massachusetts, James h.
Duff of Pennsylvania, Irving M.
ives Of New York, Wayne Morse
of Oregon, OeOffe D. Aiken of
Vermont, and Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey of New York, the GOP
nominee in 1944 and 1949.
Sitting in an ante-room off
the Senate chamber and puf-
fing occasionally on an unlit
clgaret, Douglas described for a
reporter the qualities he baiieves
a President should have.
Beginning in the manner of a
classroom lecturer reminiscent
of his background as a Professor
of Economics at the University
of Chicago he first listed the
Sroblems a President of the
nited States is called upon to
solve. '
"It is a many-sided respon-
sibility," he said. "The President
U responsible, for all tha In-
ternal affairs Of the nation and
Its foreign policy; is the Com-
mander in Chief of the Armeo
Forcea and. under the full em-
ployment law, Is director of
economic policies
"la addition, h* is tha bead
the
of his political party and .
social leader of his country."
in a nation like the United
states with its great size, com-
plex internal economics and Its
leadership in global affairs, lie
continued. It means that the
President must make many tre-
mendous^ important decision
with far-flung consequ enees
every day.
"Hi must be able to make a
decision on one problem and
then turn to another and not
worry about the first one,"
Douglas explained.
"it has been one of the great
qualities of Roosevelt and Tru-
man that they could make a
decision and go to sleep and rest
I couldn't do that. I'm a wor-
rier. I worry before I make a
decision, when I reach it, and
tr.eh afterward whether I have
done the right thing. I'm not
the type that can stand the
administrative strain "
Asked for the qualities which
would make a man fitted for
the presidency. Douglas said he
should be "a bold and popular
leader like Theodore Roosevelt,
a good administrator, a humane
man with an understanding of
the less privileged, a military
strategists, a diplomatic expert
on foreigh affairs, and a top-
flight economist."
"He should have the brood-
ing qualities of Llheoln, the
philosophic depth of Jefrerson
the sturdlhess of Cleveland and
the daring of Franklin D. Roose-
velt he added. "He needs the
patience of Job. and must have
the physique of a Sandow "
Spanish Conversation Group
Meet, Next Week
The meeting of the Spanljh
Conversation Group of the Cannl
Zone College Club, scheduled for
this afternoon, has been post-
poned to Tuesday of next week.
Rummage Sale Thursday
The All Star Circle is holding a
rummage sale Thursday, starling
at 8 a.m. at the Salvation Arniv
Headquarters, La Boca.
Dance March 31
in El vane
A dance will be held Saturday,
March 31. at the Pan-American
Hotel in El Valle. Jimmy Dun.is
Syncopaters will play for dancing
and Harnett and Dunn will give
an exhibition of ballroom dan?-
ln during the evening. Reserva-
tions for tables at the dance may
be made at Lum's in Panama.
Emblem Club
Meeting Tomorrow
Balboa Emblem Club No. 1. will
meet the third. Instead of me
fourth Wednesday, this month.
The meeting will be held tomor-
row at 7:30 p.m. in the American
Legion Hall. Balboa, with Mrs.
Ka'.herlne Trimble presiding, nt -
freshments will be served after
th meeting.
Group Meetings
The members of .Justice Lodge
No. 832, IBPOE of W. are remind-
ed of the extraordinary meeting
to be held tonight at La Boca
Lodge Hall. There will be initia-
tion of candidates and important
discussions regarding the forth-
coming Elks Field Day on April
IB.
Short But Sweet
BURRVILLE. NY. (UP)
Richard J. Sutlon, serving in the
Navy flew here from Corpus
Chrlsti, Texas, to visit his par-
ents. He was home six hours, thei
went back.
AS IT SHOULD BE!
Try Maxwell House Tea today
...find eat why this bleed t.1
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choice of those who enjoy good
tea! Available ateo talOa baga.
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91 RPRISE SHOWER FOR MlSR ARMSTRONG
Miss Arden Armstrong was tha honored guest at a sur-
prise, miscellaneous shower given In the lounge of the Hotel
Washington Sunday afternoon bv Mrs. Rov Redmond of Dia-
blo and Miss Belt Farrell and Miss Ariine Lincoln Of Balboa.
Miss Armstrong will wed Mr. Max Welch af Gatun in
April.

Panam hat
'The most modern
hotel
in Latin America."
9
Colon has
"The Most Talked-About
GIFT STORE
On The Isthmus?'
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN
Coln
PALOMERA
Coln
After the gifts were opened, tea
was served from a table decora-
ted with frangl-panl and center-
ed with a bride's cake encircled
with pink and white carnations.
The oafce was a doll brid com-
plete with vil and Ihe skirt was
formed by the cfeke and confec-
tion frosting. Mrs. Ivan HilHard
and MM. porter Crawford, aunts
Of the honpree, presided at the
test table. The guests were served
at Individual tables also centeved
With carnations.
The' other guests Included the
mother of the honoree. Mrs. Re-
ginald Armstrong and the mo-
ther of her fiancee Mrs. Morns
Welch with Misses DOra and so-
nla Welch. Mm. Frank Farroil,
Mrs. Alleen Bruce. Mrs. C. T.
flwbtrlngen, Mrs. John Gilbert,
Mrs. D. R. Rathgaber, Mrs. Ben-
jamin rtuller, mm. Ruben Rob-
rtaon. Mrs. Earl Dyerm. Mis.
'homas Styles. Mrs. Raymond
Dabek. Mrs. Leo doulet. mm. s.
Lincoln, Mrs. E. c. Stroop, Mrs.
Lloyd Alberga. Mrs. J. W. B. Hall,
Mrs H. T. McKensle, Mrs. Fred
D. Haseloff. Mrs. C. G. Dldrk'k-
soh. Mrs. Carl Starke, Mrs. Dnr-
wood Stringer, Mrs. George Egolf,
MM. Mark White, Mrs. Marv
Crawford, Mrs. Clalr Christian,
MM. Mary Ewlng, Mrs. C. D.MUI-
vaine. Mrs. Ruth Ewlng, Mrs. Da-
vid Perry, Mrs. David Coffey, Mn.
Dora Wilson. Mrs. Robert White,
Mrs. Lois Shannon, Mrs. Jean
Hostettltr, Mrs. Olive Hallornh,
Mrs. Charles Perry, Mrs. Roben
Oour, Mrs. Frank Kollman. Mrs
Arnold Hudglns, Mrs. Peter Fos-
ter. MM. John Purvis, Mrs. Glenn
Redmond. Mrs. Evelyne Wade,
Mrs. Violet Deaklhs, and Misses
Mary Jeanne Wlesen, Albert'tu
Trevia, Vilma Trevia, Melba Flo-
res, Liona Sears, Rio Rita Sim-
mons. Margaret McKenzie, Joan
Powell, j#ah Dough, Virginia
Keenan Betty Watts, Beverly
Ruoff. Nancy Dyer and Patricia
Kuller.
feyvllle. Kansas, before going to
Salem. Oregon, where he will be
stationed with #*e Division of
Animal Industry as assistant
State Veterinarian.
Mrs. Montgomery
Returns SO State*
Mrs J. R. Montgomery left hv
plane Sunday for her home in
Folev Alabama. She has OWn
visiting her daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shumate
of New Cristobal.
Before her departure, Mrs.
Montgomery arranged an Easter
party for her grandchildren,
Gene. Bohnle Lou, Linda. Clifford
and Dennis, at the Shumate
home.
The children had an taster
Egg hunt followed by refresh-
ments, with Easter baskets .is
favors. The other children who
attended were: Pat and Boaby
Sullivan, Gayle and Vlcki Ft*-
ler. Steve BOutherland. Jerry r>a-
bon joan. Walter, Kathleen and
Ruth Crouch, Challes Cooper and
Donna and Donald Humphrey.
Mrs. Montgomery was aaslwed
by Mrs. Shumate. Mrs. H. V
Crouch and Mrs. H. T. Ferrl.
Dog Tired Dave!
David Was a busy fellow,
sheafing never left him mellow! ,
Worn out, weary, tired fend brve.
Why not read our Want Ada, Dave?
Miss Dunyak
Seto Wedding Date
Miss Dorothy Dunyak has ches-
en Wednesday, Mar. 29, as the
date ot her wedding, she will be
married to Sergeant Donald J
Bennett of Fort Kobbe in the Ft.
Davis Chapel at 7:00 p.m.
invitations have been Issued to
the ceremony and the reception
which will follow at the home of
the bride's sister and brother-in-
law, C.W.O. and MM. John T. Do
nahue of Fort Gullck.
Mrs. Mary Dunyak, of Penh
Amboy, New Jersey arrived by
plane Saturday night to spend a
month visiting her daughter and
son-in-law and be present for hit
daughter's wedding.
Birthday Supper party
Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Zimmerman
entertained with an lnformil
party Sunday evening at their
home In Margarita, to welcome
Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Bradbury ana
to honor Mrs. Bradbury on her
birthday anniversary.
Also present were Dr. and Mrs.
H. J. Keane and Casey, Michael
and Fay Zimmerman.
Dr. and Mrs. Bradbury arrived
rrlday with their children. Pa-
mela and Michael from Mount
Vernon, Washington. Dr. Brad-
bur/ is Dr. Zimmerman's succes-
sor in the Health Departmen*.
Dr. Zimmerman will leave next
month to visit his parents in Cof
American Legion
Celebrates 32nd Anniversary
Commander Paul E. Johnstm
of Post 3. American Legion and
Mrs. Donald Dewey. Unit Presi-
dent, of Nathaniel J. Owen Post
3 were host and hostoss for a din-
ner given by the post and nlt
Sunday at Fort Davis to celebrate
the 32nd Birthday Anniversary of
the Legion.
A buffet dinner was served
with a large birthday cake afane
end of the table. Mrs. Dewey cut
t.ie cake.
Following dinner games and
races were played on the lawn.
The children six years old and
younger had an Easier egg hunt.
Leland Smith and Vivian John-
son Won the prltes. The older
children had relay races wlfh
Eugene Smith and Leah Pa!m
winning the prises. Tha men and
women had potato races. Mrs.
Hans Pedersen won the woman's
prize.
The distinguished guests pres-
ent Included the Department
Commander, Hans Pedersen; and
vice-commander. Waldo Gllley;
Department Adjutant, Mrs. Eve-
lyn Gardener; the Department
Finance officer. Stanley Nelson;
the Department sergeant-at-
srms. John L. McDermott; the
Department Child Welfare chair-
man. John Barr; Commander of
Elberl s. Waid Post 3. Mr. R. R.
Agulrre with Mrs. Aguirre and
family; the president of Chagres
River Unit 6 of Oamboa, Mrs. Jo-
hanna Pedersen, Mrs. Stanley
Nelson, past-president of Unit 2
and other guests.
Overhaul'' Party
The men on the Atlantic Locks
at Gatun. celebrfeted the comple-
tion of the overhaul of the Loci
with a party and dinner in Ga-
tun. starting at 4 pjn. Sunday
It was also a farewell parity o
the employes who are return' (
to the States and transferor i
to other divisions on the Isthm .
Mr. Q. R. Williams, rhalrm i
for the affair, introduced J.-.
William A. Van Siclen, Jr., rhB
superintendent, who thatifc i
the men for theif cooperation 14
the task just completed.
The other members of the com-
mittee included: Mr. Jack Wari,
Mr. Walter Watts. Mr. a. a. Tho-
mas and Mr. Joe Elliott.
St. Patricks Dance
at Elks Home
The annual St. Patrick's flail
sponsored by the Knights of Co-
lumbus, which was given Satur-
day night at the Elks Home w.
very successful. Over two hun-
dred Atlantic Side residents at-
tended. .,
Prizes had been donated by
Stirany's. French Bazaar. Mottas.
Henrlquez'. p 0 w e ll's Gar^-.
Lam's Garage. Colon Mottas,
Smoot Hunnlcutt and Radio Cen-
ter.
The winners were: A cabe
from the Charleston, Anthony
Raymond, Tommy Brennan, Jo?#
Torres, Alvin Llm, Eugene Dldlei*
and Arthur McDonald.
The holders of the follow; i*
numbers are requested to call loc
their unclaimed prizes at iho
Knights of Columbus Hall: u.
1319. 1345, 1346. and 1352.
Cadets En joy
St. Patrick's Dance
The Cadets from U8NTS
Charleston were guests at the .Si.
Patrick's Dance given at tro
Strangers Club Saturday evening.
It was attended by over "waif
hundred members and guests. '
A group of Atlantic Side young
ladies and gentlemen, dressed it
the pollera and montuno of the)
country, danced a group of iia
tlve dances for the visitors. Mr:.
James Dunn had also arranged 4
floor show which included danc-
(Continued On Page SIX)
French May Call Up
Strikers To Break
Parts Stoppages
PARIS. Mar. 20. (UP) That
French Government decided to-
day to requisition striking rail-
road electricity and gas workers
If this la necessary to bMak 'he
Communist-led strike movemug
which is threatening Paris win
total paralysis.
Hospital Notes
Mrs. R. E. Cox has returned 10
her home In New Cristobal, trom
Gorgas Hospital. Mrs. Walter Pe-
terson and Mr. Howard C. Rich-
ards Sr. are patients in Colon
Hospital.
Girl Scout Leaders Meeting
The Girl Scout leaders will
meet at the O. S. office In Mar-
garita Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Aii
leaders an dassistants and Brow-
nie leaders and assistants are e-
quested to attend.
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The Ministers of Transport;,
Commerce and Industry na
been authorised to take "all j.<-
cessary measures" to keep Pa's
suburban tralni running and lo
keep electricity and gas servl.-.-o
functioning.
Their powera Include reouisU
tlonlng the workers in these in-,
dustries if It Is necessary. Work-
ers disobeying a requisition ordes)
would make themselves liable to>
heavy fines and rlson sentences.
An estimated 80.000 workers jr*
now idle. Railroad, subway, bus.
gos and electricity services r
Paris and the suburbs are crip-
pled, and the strike is spreading
to the provinces.
President Vincent Aurlol mo-
tored to Le Havre to board th* Ilo
?,' f/*."^ for hl< *t"tt vUlt tO'tho
United SJtates. The *t. Lasaro
nation from which he would mtr-
mally have left was immobilized
by the strike.
The strikes have coble at a jlcal time when Franca is rett-
ing her industries far Western
reermament. The communfcto
are expected to eiplolt the labor
unreal to the utmost.
But non-Communist unlono
are equally behind thi walkouw.
demanding higher wages In thi
wake of higher prices.
stoppages threaten in the ejal
mines and the metal and builde
nc industries, and among air
line ground crews.
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LEWIS SERVICE
Ne. 4 TlroU A vs.
Ft* i-nti
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
rui d* imipi
Panama
MORRISONS
tie. 4 r.urth of July Ave.
Paeae J-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
lt.au Melnde Avt.
Phoae US COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Ne. M Wwl IMa Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
N*. S7 "H" treat Panam
Ma. 12.171 Central An. Colea.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
fOR SALE: Chrysler 1949, New
...Yorker, used one yeor, cost new
'"S3 600. rodio. seat covers, best
* "offer over $2,000. See Ned Neville
. ". N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
i. Bolboo.____________________
JFQ3 SALE: 1946 4-door sedon,
bVjick Roedmaster, cor iust overt
S houled in very good condition. $1.-
250.00. Finonce ovoilablt. Call i-
" 1411, Cristobol.__________________
R SALI:'47 lukk Sptci.l 4-
door $<* with !*. ** "rat.
new paint a*.
_, Only
$ ?95
Ci.e, S. A.
f Year CaalHItc Pontiec Odour
OR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Sport
Coupe. $1.550.00. Coll 2-6338.
- Rose Homilton, 3-6 p. m.
FOR SALE49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
iiKilo 302-_____________________.
FOR SALE:2 Chevrolet 1947 4-
door sedons. I Chevrolet 1942 I
" 1-2 ton Stake .Truck. The Texas
Company (Panama^ Inc. opposite
Coca Cola. Tel. 2-0620.________
FOR SALE:Automobile 1950 88,
Oldsmobile convertible, new con-
dition, Quorters 84-B. Albrook.
Phone 86-4123._________________
FOR SAL:4J Ford 6-cyliniar 2-
deor Sedan with rae) and '
fire.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hifh flew oil p.mM
and) nii-ali. MMaw-praar. $3.25
fallen. Tropidura Stares.
"GREY GLORY," the only permanent
made exclusively for white or orey
hair, .guaranteed not to discolor
..beautifully soft and truly per-
manent. Genell Bliss, Cocoli Beauty
Shop 4-557.
BY THE DOZEN:
Healthy New Hompshire Red Chick-
ens 2 1-2-3 pounds. Tel. Pon-
omo 3-2555, 7 to 8 o. m.
BfAUTIFY YOUR GARDEN:
by applying Poultry manure. Tel.
Ponama 3-2555. 7 to 8 a. m.
FOR SALE:1 large band saw with
1-H.P. Heavy Duty motor, 25
cycle. Phone .Balboa 3478.
FOR SALE:New Zenith combina-
tion Rudio and all speed record
piayer 25 cycle. Easily converted tc
60 cycle. Call 2-3628. /
Motheri, JUMPING-JACK Shoes fo
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 yeors,
sold exclusively at BASYLANDIA,
No. 39 4rd Street. ("If it's
for the Baby, we have it".)
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 I -2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crote. Far-
mocia Lo Esperanza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE:1950 9 cm. ft. Frifidii-
re, 25 cycle $225.00
1947 7 c-. ft. Frifidiire, 25 cycle,
$125.00
Kinmor. W.ihinf Machn*, 25 cycle
$45.00
Heavy Oak Kitchen Table $.00
2 Perch Screen. $5.00
6-Piece Livinfroem $t $100.00
Smell Bemba* Bar $5.00
Couch with cuihiem $10.00
Electric Cleck $5.0tf
Barry K.n.oly 172-A
New Criitebal, Phane 3-2371
RESORTS
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO r
beoutiful El Voile. Cool Mouitoin
Air. Prices Moderate. Reservativos
Tel. Pan. 2-11)2.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
PhrMtpe. Seech cotioge. Santa Cloro
So numfca. 435. Salboe. Phone
Potto-no 3-IB77 e> Cristobol 3
167?
GRAMLICHS Sonto Otro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
frigerqtion, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:On* more beach cot-
tog*, Santo Clare for Easter week-
end. Telephon* Schilling, Balboa
2756.
Villiam Santo Clara Beach Cottages.
two Daoroom. lectr.c retrigro-
tion. Rockgot ronoee Phon* Sol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Only
$ 950
Civ*. S. A.
Y**ir Cadillac Pa-fiac Peeler
FOR SALE:Hudson Commodore 8.
1948. 4 door sedon, block, leath-
er upholstery, duty paid, $1.200-
00 Can be finonced. Call Panama
3-3323.______________
FOR SALE:1951 Kaiser De Luxe.
4-Coor Sedan. Hydramatic Drive,
Custom radio. WSW tires. Com-
plete Vynil interior. Coll Kovel.
Bolboo, 3092. or house 0430-A.
Ancon, otter 4:30. ___________
Looking for a new car? Before buy-
ing see either 1950 Chevrolet. 4-
door De Luxe, rodeo beige, brand
.. new. only 1,100 miles or 1949
Chevrolet 4-door De Luxe, black
19,500 miles with new tires all
.*. around. Your choice. House 783-
B. San Pablo Street. Balboo.
TOR SALE:'46 Pentlec 4-deor Se-
dan, load rubber and feint.
Far Only ........$ 5
Civ*. S. A.
Year Cadillac Pentiee DaeUr
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 60 cycle
Westinghouse Refrigerator with 55
Lb. freezing unit. 1948 model
Excellent condition. Two 60 cycle
fans. House 507-B, Tamarind Ave..
Cocoli.
The Panama Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids, to be opened in
public ot 10:30 A. M., April 3,
1951, 10 5-passenger vehicles, 1
truck ond 2 buses locoted at the
Cocoli Garage. For information and
inspection coll Motor Transporta-
tion Division. Ancon. te'ephone 2-
2174. Bid forms may be obtain-
ed from the above source or from
the office of the Superintendent
of Storehouses. Balboa, telephone
2-2777.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. Ca-
nal Zone Biological Area, Balboa.
Canal Zone, March 14, 1951
Sealed bids in triplicate will be re-
ceived at the office of the Resi-
dent Manager, Canal Zone Bio'o-
gical Area, Building 0902 Ama-
dor Road. Balboa, Canol Zone
I moil address Drawer C, Balboa I
until 10:00 A. M.. April 2. 1951.
ond then publicly opened. for
constructing a laboratory buildinp
en Barro Colorado Island in 6a-
tun Lake, in accordance with spe-
cifications and plons. copies of
which moy be ho,d ot the above
mentioned office, between 8 ond
II A. M and 2 ond 4 P. M., ex-
cept Soturdays and Sundays.
FOR SALE:G. E. Refrigerator, gas
stove, 4 burners, typewriter Under-
wood, boby crib, stroller, playpen.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse 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, ocross from C. Z. Ex-
periment Garden.
FOR SALE:Beoutiful lot ot Sonto
Clora two minute's from beach.
Excellent building site. Shady trees.
Deep well and pump. Bargain price
See SHRAPNEL at Santa Clara,
WANT a 25-cycle Frigidaire in per-
fect condition? S*e it any time
this evening or tomorrow at 783-
B, San Pablo Street. Balboa._____
FOR SALE:Porch Glider $15; 60
cycle 1 -4 HP woshing machine
motor $15; Youth's bed, Sim-
mons, complete, $25; Wicker
chairs. POSEY. phone Itolboa 2698.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 7 cu. ft., complete. A-1 con-
dition. $150.00. Call 85-2134, or
86-2138.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick 4-door se-
dan. Roodmaster, Dynoflow, radio,
plostic seot covers, low mileage,
car in perfect shope throughout.
" Can be finance. Call 3-1571 New
Cri;tobal 8th. St. 147-B.
'We buy and sell cars. Garage Cosmo.
Central Avenue No. 291.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1949 4-door
sedan, low mileoge. duty paid.
Phone Cristobal 3-1289. 3-1818.
FOR SALE
Motorcvele
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FOR SALE:Harley Davidson motor-
""cvcle. type 45. 1951 De Luxe mo-
'd*l. 800 miles. New $850.00. Coll
' Bella Vista Garage. Peru Avenue
No. 99. Tel. 3-1618. Tel. 3-3475.
After 5:30 p. m.
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Atlantic Society...
'Continued From Pare FIVE)
es by Harnett and Dunn and
_Smokey Joe."
Music for dancing was furntsh-
d by Jimmy Dunn's orchestra.
Mr. Joel Benjamin, secre'a.y
of the club was In charge of '.he
arrangements.
Rainbow Cake Sale
The Order of the Rainbow for
Girls is planning a cake sale lor
Saturday. Mar. 24. to be held on
the Bolivar Ave. side of the Cris-
tobal Masonic Temple. Anyone
desiring to donate may notify
any Rainbow girl or Miss Kat'.v
ryn Argo, Gatun 419.
Auxiliary Meeting
Nathaniel J. Owen Unit 3.
American Legion Auxiliary of
Gatun will have its regular meet-
ing at the home of the presiden;,
Mrf. Donald Dewey. House 11-A.
Fort Gulick. Wednesday at 7:T0
p.m.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment $109.90
Monthly $15.00
a) Lou With Paved Street rrom
SI *0 Sq Meter.
_ For Rent Heavy Equipment
For Ground Leveling
Wo-Bent Lou at Long Term*
lot Club al S3 00 and 14 00
Weekly.
WANTED
Miarellaneoiipi
WANTED:--Ride from Panama City
to Colon. 5:30 to 6 A. M. Mondoy
thru Friday, every week Box 19
Curundu, C. Z.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid for housework and
to care for two small children, re-
ferences required. 561 2-B, Diablo-
LESSONS
SPANISH LESSONS by Professor
CLAP.AMUNT. For informaron
pieose call Balboo 1303 between
1 00 and 3.00 afternoon.
LEARN TO DANCE, brush up or start
from scratch with professional ins-
tructors. Cristobal YMCA. Fridays
Teenage 3:30. Groupe 7 p. m.
Harnett & Dunn.
Learn Sponish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful conversational system.
Estudiante St. 77-A.
0"*J Notice
United Statai of Amarice
Canal Zana
United States Oiatrict Caurt Far
The Diitnct Of The Canal Zana
lelboo Diviiian
PANAMA AG...CIE8 COMPANY. .
Corporation. I.ibil.nl
against
THE M. V. GALANTE" her engln*..
bollvrt. Urklt. furniture, etc.
Respondent,
IN ADMIRALTY
No SSJ7
CITATION
WHEREAS. on the 13th dar of
March. 1941. Cha-Ir K. Kamlrri. Proc-
tor for Libelent. Panama Agenda* Com-
pany, a Corporation, filed Ram libal
in the Dletrlct Court of the United
Slate for the Dlitriet of The Canal
Zone against the M. V. "GALANTE"
her boat*, tarkle, apparel and furniture,
In a cause u! Contract Civil and Mari-
time.
AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro-
cess in due form of law. to me directed,
r-turnable on the 4th day of April. 1951.
I have seised and taken the aaid M. V.
'GALANTE" and have ber in my cus
tody.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that a
a District Court will be held In the
United States Court Room, in the City
of Aneen. Canal Zone, on the 4th day
rf Apnl. Itll. for the trial of aaid pre-
mlaes, and the owner or ownera. and all
persons v. ho may have or claim any in
tare**, are hereby cited to ba and ap-
pear at tba time and place aforesaid
to ahow cause, if any shey have, why
a final decree should not paaa aa pray-
ed.
Jaba E. Hu.hl.f
United Statea Matinal
FOR SALE:Mohogony rocking chai
$5.00, floor lomp, $7.50. couch
$10.00. forks, spoorii. Call Baker,
Bolboo 1231._______________
FOR SALE: 1 wooden Venetian
blind. 55 in. wide 58 In. high.
2002-B. First Street, Curundu, C.
Z.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingrocm, diningroom, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, terrace,
garage, servont's room, garden,
large patio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St..
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Coll 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment. In newly constructed
building, for. further details call
Mndez & 7ubleto. Phone 2-3035
ll&BfR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vi Kipaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. S-1MS
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup 8helves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Big Three SMI
Hope For Agreement
On Big Four Agenda
PARIS. Mar. 20 (UP). The
United States. Britain and
France till expect to teach
agreement wltli Kussla on an
agenda Xor a Four Power For-
eign Ministers meeting, but they
are skeptical about the chances
o such a conference being any-
thing but a propaganda battle.
The deputies o the four pow-
ers meet again late today ior
their 14th meeting. They hope
It will be more productive than
yesterday's 13th session during
which the agenda was hardly
mentioned.
The French and British dele-
gations are pressing ior an
Easter recess. All the deputies
obviously need time to consult
their Governments for new in-
structions on how to break the
deadlock.
Yesterday's 30-mlnute speech
by Soviet delegate Andrei A.
Gromyko 90 minutes with
translations caused one West-
ern delegate to remark that M
already sounded as though So-
viet Foreign Minister Andrei Y.
Vishlnsky was present.
This Paris meeting should
have been a simple one. Tne
only problem was Ior the four
deputies to agree upon a list ol
subjects ior their Foreign Min-
isters to discuss.
But the Russians unslmplified
this. Gromyko has insisted on
arguing the substance of the is-
sues pending between fcast and
West. And there has been little
sign ol his early Intention o
slopping.
None of the Western powers
wants to bear to onus of Dreak-
lng up the possibilities of new
Four Power talks by Foreign
Ministers. Therefore they are
destined to sit It out here with
the Russians.
Army, Navy, Air Force News
NEW CAIBC WARBANT OFFICER Richard J. O Brien, of
Monterey, California, assigned to the United States Air Force.
Mission to Venezuela, takes the oath of office from Major
Charles T. Caleman, CAlrC adjutant general as Colonel Rob-
ert R. Conner, right, CAlrC chief of staff and Colonel William
M. Brown, Albrook base commander, look on.
(U. S. Air Force Photo)
FOR RENT:First floor oportmenr.
Suitable for office in Central Thea-
tre Building Pena-'a.
ALHAMRA APARTMENTS for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contoct office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment in
I lth Street, house No. 8, Son
Francisco Via Belisorio Porros^
FOR RENT:-Nice apartment in 49th
St. No. 14 ttop floor I with garage.
Open all doy. Telephone 2-1248.
RE-UPHOLSTER
r_a figure *eat auiarku
aeaea tree atteatea
a_MStTO uTERCS Pa a 1-sisi
S a.aa la u us
FOR SALE:Porch blinds, rockers-
beds, mattresses, chiffonier, tobies,
stools, tub covers. 1453-A, Los
Cruces. Bolboo. ____
Blasting Begins
On Ancon Reservoir
Demolition of the low service
reservoir in Ancon was begun
yesterday afternoon when the
first of a series of small dyna-
mite blasts was set off.
Blasting will be done every
day for a period of about ten
days between 3:30 and 4 p.m.
During this time the general
public have been requested to
cooperate with workmen of the
Municipal Mlvlslon in keeping
everyone, especially children,
clear of the area.
The blasts will be very small
and will be blanketed so that
no rocks or other debris will be
scattered around, the area.
A series of short blasts on a
whistle wllL be sounded as a
warning- before each blast and
an all-clear signal one long
blast on a whistle will be
sounded after workmen have
made sure the. area is safe.
Australian Flier
On Pacific Flight
Lands At Tahiti
PAPEETE. Tahiti, Mar. 20 (UP)
The Australian Catalina flying
boat on a survey flight from Aus-
tralia to Chile landed here to-
day from Altutaki. Cook Islands,
at the end of the fifth leg of the
flight.
Captain P. O. Taylor Is com-
mpndint the Catalina.
The plane will take off tomor-
row for Mangareva, thence to
Easter Island.
Captain Taylor Is exploring the
possibilities of a regular direct
air service between Australia and
South America.
FOR RENT:Entire upper floor, four >
rooms, living-dining. Splendid lo- j
cation 2120 Sobonas. Phone 130
Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom opart-
ment, very cool, furnished or un-
furnished, Bello Visto, new build-
ing. Coll 2-2443.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room. All modern comforts. Elec-
tric refrigerotor. Bello Visto, No.
13, 43rd Street.
Wanted Position
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
American. 28, experienced foreign
trade, forwording, insurance, com-
mend Spanish, French, Germen, .
immediately, available. Phone 2-
0288.
Police Question
Three Young Scots
On Missing Stone
GLASGOW, Mar. 20 (UP).
Three voung men were brought
to Glasgow police headquarters
today and questioned about
the missing Coronation Stone
stolen from Westminster Abbey
in London on Christmas morn-
ing.
One of the men, Ian Hamil-
ton. 25. a law and political sci-
ence student at Glasgow Univer-
sity, was released after an hour
and a half but told to come
back this afternoon.
The other two. formerly Glas-
gow University students, are still
detained.
Police have long been working
on the theory that Scots stole
the stone from the Abbey. It
was used for the coronation of
Scottish and English kings long
before columbus discovered Am-
erica.
DRY SEASON
' is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
GOP LEADERS
MOVING TO
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training" may be inducted this
summer unless deferment policy
is settled within the next 80
days. Draft Director Lewis B.
Hershey has worked out a plan
for nationwide screening of stu-
dents to defer the brightest. It
is awaiting White House action.
Rep. Clarenca J. Brown, R., O.,
told the Rules Committee that
the UMT program would create
a "military autocracy" to con-
trol all the nation's youth.
He said there Is a "well-
founded rumor" that the ad-
ministration will make peace in
Korea as soon as Congress pass-
es emergency military legisla-
tion.
Later he told reporten, that
he read the rumor In news ma-
gazines, and that he did not
mean to lmplv that peace nego-
tiations are being held up deli-
berately to await enactment of
the draft bill.
M/Sgl. O'Brien, Now
Warrant Officer,
Goes To Venezuela
ALBROOK AFB, Mar. 20At a
recent swearing in ceremony in
the office Of Colonel William M.
Brown. Albrook base commander.
Master Sergeant Richard J. O'-
Brien took the oath of office as
Warrant Officer (Junior Grade).
O'Brien, a veteran of 15 years
service, Is aircraft maintenance
and englneerine advisor for the
United States Air Force Mission
to Venezuela.
Warrant Officer O'Brien was
stationed at Clark Field, Phllip-
olne Islands, at the outbreak of
World War II. He was captured
by the Japanese on Bataan and
spent three and one-half years as
a Japanese prisoner of war. be-
ine repatriated In September of
1945.
Before coming to the Carib-
bean Air Command in January of
1950, Warrant Officer O'Brien
was stationed at Chanute Air
Force Base, Illinois where he was
an instructor of advanced cours-
es in aircraft electrical and prop
departments.
Among his decorations he
wears the Purple Heart with one
oak leaf cluster.
Army Announces
Several Shifts
In Local Command
Orders have been published by
Headquarters, United States Ar-
my Caribbean affecting several
officers of that command.
Colonel James E. Bowen, Sr.
commanding officer o the 33vd
Infantry Regiment at Fort Koo-
be, is to be assigned to Headquar-
ters, Atlantic Sector, Fort Gull <
where he will become command-
ing officer effective April 3. Hi
replacement will be Colonel Ro-
bert H. Douglas, former execu-
tive officer, G3.
Colonel Kenneth P. Jones, Ad-
jutant General, became Inspec-
tor General at Fort Amador ei-
fectlve this month. Replacing
him will be Colonel Herbert v..
Mitchell who arrived on th
Isthmus recently with his family
aboard the USNS George W. Goe-
thals.
Other passengers aboard th#
Goethals assigned to Headqua
pis United States Army Canb*
bean included Colonel Henry F
Taylor and Major Ernest L. Ha
mllton. '-_______________ .
Down Will Come Bachelors
i
Homes Termites And All
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
SHORTS
QsmlMa&
C IV A, S. A.
Your Cadillac Pontlac Dealer
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved Easv Wiv
Don't couch and out I, atrajifla. rasp
and ctaoka ao bad that you can bardly
braatua or alaapdon t auSar anothsr
day from Bronchltla or Aathma without
trying- Mandaaa. Thla fraat lntarnai
madlclna. racantly davalo** by a,
aclantlflc Anarlcau laboratory, worka
throuch th* blaod, tbua raaobln your
lunfa and bronchial tuba*. That a why
Manda** worka ao faat to htlp you turaa
aya. 1. Halpa natura dlaaclva and ra-
mova thick alranallauj raucua. a Pro-
mot** fra* *aay hraathln* and aound
al** ao you aeon f*ol O.K. t. Quickly
aJI*Tlat eoufhlnr. wbaaalna;. aaaai-
inar. Q*t Mandac* from your drufflac
today. Saa how much hatter yea may
sleep tonight and how aouoh better yea
nay feel tomorrow
MORE8TRIKES. LESS TIME
LOST
CHICAGO (UPi Commerce
Clearing House reports that the
number of labor strikes increas-
ed 30 per cent last year, but the
number of man-days lost drop-
ped 35 per cent. There were 4,700
strikes in 1950. compared with
3,608 in 1949, the organization
said. Man-davs of strike idleness,
however, declined from 50.500,000
in 1949 to 38.500.000 in 1950.
GOOD IDEA. THOUGH
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) Ray
Powell hit on what he thought
was an excellent way to get his
automobile started on cold, icy
mornings. He built a garage on a
hill so that he could coast until
the motor caught. The idea was
a flop. Powell couldn't get his car
up the Ice-covered grade.
We read the
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X. 1951.
Notices to vacate four old bach-
elor quarters buildings in Ancon
toll the the death knell for tfiree
of the structures, including
Building Number 355 on Mamel
Place, the original "Termite Ter-
race" from which other local
structures have borrowed that
unofficial title.
The buildings now being vaca-
ted Include Number 351, a con-
crete structure on Tivoll Avenue:
Number 355 and Numbers 438 and
442. behind the Tivoll Hotel cu
Portobelo Street. All except 438
are male bachelor quarters. No.
438 is a building for female ba-
chelors.
The buildings are being closed
partly because of the excess o
bachelor accommodations In the
Balboa District. All but 351 will
soon be demolished.
Origin of the designation "Ter-
mite Terrace" probably is known
onlv to a select few of Its former
residents but the pronouncement
that the term was the one and
only proper title for Building 355
was contained In a story In toe
Panama American In 1941. re-
ported from "highly unreliable
sources."
At that time several "large re-
sidents" were reported to be t-1-
rectlng to the District Quarter-
master a plea for better sleeping
quarters for the more numerous
"little residents."
In view of the fact that fie
house had just been christened
in honor of the "midget resi-
dents." according to the story,
the big residents thought it fil-
ling that the white Iron beds be
retired in favor of wooden rest-
ing places.
"The small white residents ot
the frame quarters." it was sea-
ted, "have been considerably dis-
tressed over the fact that wall
tables, chairs, oreases and other
pieces of furniture apparently ?.va
devoted to their use, there ara
no beds fit for them to retire '.o
at night. White iron beds, they
pointed out, are not at all suitable
and an appeal is to be directed
to the District Quartermaster
asking for wooden sleeping facil-
ities "
Building 351, the concreta
structure across from the laid]
Century Club of earlier Canal re
nown. Is being closed because of
the undue expense that would ba
Involved in replacing the presen*
plumbing system.
Pedro Miguel Clubhouse
To Stay Open Extra Hour
The Pedro Miguel Clubhouse
will remain open an extra hour in
the evening starting April 1, IS
was announced today at Balboa
Heights.
The new closing hour will be
8 p.m.
TOO COLD FOR THEM
DALLAS, Tex. (UP) County
Jailers reported fceing swamped
during a severe cold wave by
transients and loiterers who pre-
ferred abandoning their chilly
Independence for the snug secur-
ity of a cell. The men got over-
night lodging but no food.
When the day's
work la dene.
I can't wait to
read the Social
pages ef The Panama American. AM ea
Sundays, everything from faahlon new
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Walter Winchell
In New York
i..,it'-fai
There are no wordi to crystallize sensation.
The lacerating nuances of pain;
Perhaps a miserable a-*Mnntion
Is all our eager sy Ha oles can gain.
That night, my love, when dismal louhts assailed us,
An all our dreams were foreign to the heart.
Mere language was a medium that iailed us.
For wiln each word we drifted Inore-apart.
We watched the dying embers softly glow,
Struck duiu with sadness, not quite knowing whether
This was the end; but as you turned to go
Our glances met and fiercely clung together...
Then; as we stood without a word to say.
Our lore came shining thru as bright as day.
Mitchell Parish.
Labor New
A
And
(eminent
The Starl*brities: Mrs. FDR ankllng along West 5tth and
7th. intimates report she isn't as well as she waa... The John
(Herald Trio) Crosbys sweethearting along The Rig Apple...
The George S. Kaufmans (actres Leueea MacGrath, which
she pernounces "McGra-w") at the 48th St. Theatre stage-
dath... Eleanor Lambert, creator of the exciting Easter Show
at the Music Hall, a terrific ad for American fashion design-
ers Ray Rolger tapping his pedals to Eddie Condon's jass-
niagic. The II. Bogarts stealing the show at the Editorial
Steak House... The Dookawindser in battered felt rhappo
and baggy coat (the belt of which was flying in the wind)
entering the Crowell-CoIUer edifice with a bulging brief case
his mumwahs... Veronica Lake and groom hand-holding
at the Blue Angel... Francisco Costello, back from convulsing
the Kefauver Committee spectators with his explanation of
his affiliation with various casinos: "I get IS.No a year to
help them discover good acts."
Sally Our Alley: Overheart at Gulfstream Park: The tough-
est combination in the world: Fast Women and Slow Horses.
Mid town Cupid: Warespondent Homer Bigart and Alice
yen (also of the Herald Trib staff) were too busy to find
out if they loved each other. When he returned from Korea
recently a confrere (on another gazette) gifted him with
Tickets for Two to the best shows... Blgart's companion six
evenings in a row (the other week) was Miss Velt... On the
5th night he proposed... They merge today.
Memos of a Mldnighter: The biggest tax fraud case in history
(involving. 5 mill i is about to atomic. A hosiery-lingerie mfr...
This is G. Swanson's second try for the "Oscar." She was up for
it in 1928 with her "Sadie Thompson" classic. But Janet Gaynor
won It via "Sunrise"... Richard Martin, one of the "Battling
Bastards" (In the film, "Battleground"!, is now a Franciscan
Father... Peter Blaker's book review In the Times used the word
"analogous." All he ment was "alike"... Peggy Lee's premiere
at the Copa tonight Is Topic "A". Few know she wrote the word-
age to Chas. Barnet's platter of "Theme for Cynthia." a darling.
The Broadway bunch argue RFC stands lor "Rosemary's Free
Coat"... Th eWm. Jennings (of the Giants) are Imaging. William
Is the promising rookie... Josephine Baker's pet monkey bit
her maid. The hotel medico called the cops. too. Nobody can
flgger out the mystery, since the monk Is toothless. Prob'ly some
other monkey.
Broadwaeaop Fable: A group of show people, newsmen
and pre** agentes were talking show-business with a tolvuni-
ist... "If I had your medium." said one. "newspapers and
a network, I'd look around for some deserving young man
or woman with talent and build them up to stardom. It
would be exciting funto see what happens. I know you've
plugged newcomers, but you've never concentrated on one
hidden talent why don't you?".. "Because." was the grim
answer, "I'm too weary to take anv more ingratitude!"
Times So. Talkee-Talk: There's a popular gal-about-town
who leaves her phone off the hook between 8 and 9 evenings
Just to keep suitors worried.. Moss Hart lost SI.000 Investing
In "The Small Hour." Fred Allen dropped $2.000. "High Ground"
nicked songwriter Chas. Tobias for ditto... The 18-month-young
dghtr of the T. Dorceys has 226 one-night stands to her credit,
already... Wanna job? The 5 De Marcc Sisters are looking for a
male chauff to motor them to Miami. (Don't applv here!'...
The Windsors have orders from London forbidding any melting.
"Billy Budd" got scant publicity 'on Its reprieve from the very
ame critics who were sorrowful when It was about to shutter.
Radio and teevee people are keeping It going... Of over 100 plays
that thrled out In last Summer's stock. "Angel in the Pawshop"
Is the only one to catch on B'way. From this col'm Feb. 18:
"The newspapers still don't know what the Kefauver asked M:
C. They keep saying it was 'the $84 Question.' The big query was:
'How much money have you?' "... From the headlines yesterday:
"Costello Refuses to Reveal wealth!"
The Big Time: Gladys Shelley's son click. "Powder Blue."
via Johnnv Corvo's platter in the jukes... Henrv Slate's
scenetheftlng In "V. S. S. Teakettle".., Carol Brace In "Bill-
Ion $ Baby"... Gene Williams' King disc of "Clouds"... Any-
body rendering "If."
THIS IS TOUt OHUM THt HIAPIBS OWN COLUMN
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PSALM FOR 'FREE-RIDERS*
The dues-paying member Is my
inenerd. I shall not want:
He provldeth me with rest dayi
and vacations, so thai I may lie
down in green pastures, beside
the still waters
He estoreih my back pay
He guWeth my welfare without
cost to me, even though I stay in
the path of the unrighteous for
mv money's sake
Yeah, though I slip and pay no
dues from generation to genera-
tion
I fear no evil, for he pays my
way and protects me
The working conditions be pro-
vldeth. they comfort me
He prepareth a table before tne,
called the payroll. In the pres-
ence of all who would condeim
me. and at his own expense
He anointeth my head v.m
the oil of seniority, the 8 ho-ir
day and the 40 hour week, md
other benefits
My cup runneth over with in-
gratitude
Surely, his goodness and low g
kindness shall follow me all the
days of my life
And I shall dwell on the lot
forever as be pays the bill and
works to protect me.
Ftobj a leeal onion publication
Editor. Mail Box
Balboa. CZ.
I heard a discussion in the Bal -
boa Clubhouse a few days ago in
which orne of the high school
and college students were mak-
ing plans to the beach for tne
Faster vacation and the ideas
they have for a good time are eer-
t airily no credit to them. Most of
the students I have seen on the
football field or on the basketoil
floor, young men who are suppos-
ed to be In training for sports
Food stuffs are some of the
items that can be taken on the
trip but beer and liquor is a mutt.
They plan to rent a cottage and
any of the other students who
care to visit them during their
stay may do so by taking a ?ootl
supply of beer or liquor with
them. I have heard of similar
parties where some of the stu-
dents became so intoxicated that
they were lying around on IB"
beach. Until I heard the plan-, I
suspected previous reports to be
rumors but apparently they were
true My son I know Is making
plans to go but under no consid-
eration win he be permitted.
Kibe
By Victor Rtesel
The suave, weU tailored
gentleman from that $40,000 su-
burban mansion l Just k;new it
would be taps for him if his te-
lephone wires had been tapped.
So many in his social milieu had
oeen foreign agents or under-
cover Communist Infiltrators in
Washington. And so many were
going to jail.
The Harvard gentleman de-
cided to take his charm right
out of the Communist Party.
Leading the Communists of this
country was Just not paying
off. It couldn't keep him in the
stvle to which It had, in the past
18 years, accustomed him and
his family Including the wife
who was such an intimate of
the Soviet Embassy officials.
So he hired himself a tele-
phone technician who had a
gadget which, when attached
to tapped wires, glowed red
an appropriate enough color.
Then he knew whether his
private conversations had been
recorded by government offi-
cials. They had not been over-
heard. So he decided to break.
But first, he thought he could
pick up an easy buck and
maybe not have to squeal on his
comrdaes.
He wtS to the telephone
expert and offered to hire
them for servicing similar
offices and homes through-
out the nation. The tech-
nician would travel with
him, test wires of the clients
Mr. Big would get and, in
turn, be paid a fee. But, said
the gentleman, in some
cases the technician would
have to be blindfolded and
submit to being driven in a
carefully curtained car to
these "clients'" so their iden-
tities and addresses xoould
remain secret. .,
At this, the technician balk-
ed and pulled out. The story
became known to the proper
people. Also, the suburban com-
rade quit the Party In search
of lusher fields.
Thus, for the first time, there
was specific evidence that scores
of friends of this once highly
placed Communist Party and
ex-government official were op-
erating in secret and disguised
headquarters throughout the
land.
And they function today.
Despite the thousands of deaths
inflicted on our GIs by Com-
munist troops abroad, these of-
fices and homes today serve as
Corps headquarters for an in-
creasingly powerful Communist
movement, Inside labor, for ex-
ample.
From many of these network
offices. Communist agents, act-
ing on srjecial instructions re-
delved this past month, are
launching what thev call new
Communist "Commissions" in
virtually every important in-
dustry.
These will be interwoven
with the "existing Party
Commissions in maritime,
auto, steel, electrical, dis-
tributive, textile and many
other industries" and I
anote from special report?
to the hiohest Communist
Party pnticu making officials
In the V S
"Above all, the entire Party
orT.nhwtlon must concern it-
self with trade union policies
and the fiht for their realiza-
tion in all Industries." this re-
ce-t report said.
"Union work and concentra-
tion work must, be viewed as
part of one whole and conse-
quently there must be the clo-
sest collaboration between the
Or?anlzatlon and Trade Union
Denartment, under the leader-
ship of the National Commit-
tee."
About a month ago, Just be-
fore this report was sent to all
Communist Party headquarters,
its labor people were called to-
gether, at the Party's national
offices, and told there Is no
other party function now but to
re-invade the CIO. The Trade
Union Commission chief, back-
ed up by Educational Directors,
girt bluntly:
"If you go back in. you can
get mass action by working
with them.
And this Is notice that the
re-Invasion has started. Several
CIO councils. Including the
giant one in Niw York City,
have been approached by Com-
munist unions who offered to
pav their back dues.
The strategy here Is to capture
strong sections of CIO and then
scream for strike action to slow
war production. And It has suc-
' ceeded in several areas' es-
pecially Detroit.
On this point, and in that
city, the Instructions from Par-
tv headquarters are for: ......
United labor action rooted in
hops and local unions: for so-
lidarity support in all strikes:
for international labor solldaritv
with workers and unions of all
countries." This means sympa-
thy strikes here to prevent our
fight against Communist arm-
ies.
So in Detroit. at Gate
Four of the huge Ford Ri-
ver Rouge plant, the pro-
Commie agitator-propagand-
ist agent* last Monday is-
sued leaflets saying, "All
tporkers must unite in the
struggle to protest, and, if
necessary, strike against de-
tense work coming into the
Rouge plant. We Want
Pecae."
This government needs the one
billion dollars worth of medium
tanks, trucks and other military
Mulnment It 'has ordered from
Ford. ,
(Copyright 1*51. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
New Poster Racks
VjZ MERRY-GO-ROUND
IVl. By DREW PEARSON
- 57m o**
Drtw Pearson says: Htroic backstage wire-pulling needed
to put across Italy's new armamtnt program; Wiping
out Italian unemployment, it should help banish Com-
munism; Gervasi's work as chief of ECA Information
in Italy stands out.

Busy Doing Nothing
By BOB RUARK
-
NEW YORK. Well,* S*. It's been about six
or seven weeks now since the boys blew Into
Washington on their price fixing kick, and all
I know is that It cost me a buck-and-a-quarter
to get a neck trim. in Minneapolis last week.
Not counting tip.
The cost of everyday, non-luxurious chow Is
up again from five to ten percent since the
great brains took over, to stave off disastrous
Inflation and keep the currency tethered to
some semblance of worth. In New York, at
least, we are facing a rent tilt up to 15 per-
cent.
Where Is all the fine talk about stabilization
of prices and "holding the line," I believe It's
called? Who Is holding what line? Who Is con-
trolling what? And the answer Is a loud, clear
cuss word.
It Is hard to believe that the stupidity of
Washington leadership is so great that they
credit the country with equal stupidity, but I
am also inclined to believe that they think we
believe them when they sound off with proud
talk which signifies exactly nothing. What is
all this foolishness about the new names and
faces when exactly zero gets done? You're kid-
ding a housewife on a budget?
When bacon goes from 65 cents to 08 and
eggs go up four cents a dozen and coffee climbs
up four cents and pork chops jump another
four. It is very difficult to make sweet music
with the names of Charlie Wilson and Mike Di-
Salle. Because the names don't mean anything
unless the names do something about the pre-
dicament, and all the lady of the house knows
Is that It Is getting tougher and tougher to
feed the family. To hell with promises, she
says. Where are the results?
I have noticed recently that an Insurance
company which does a fascinating come-on for
a retirement plan has Jumped the desirable se-
curity figure -from S200 to $250 a month. This
same company'used to quote $100 a month as
the nice price for the man of modest means to
quit his toil on. That's an Increase of 150 per-
cent on what we used to regard as a workable
minimum for security In your old age.
Out In the Middle West the desperation of the
white-collar worker who pulls down as much
as $5.000 a year is stamped on his face. Five
grand used to be the big dough for a profes-
sional. It separated the men from the boys.
After taxes and rent and grocery bills $5,000
buys few haircuts at $1.25 a throw.
'things were not so rugged when we were In-
volved In a real war. on two fronts, with 12
million men under arms. Why, says Mrs. Doe,
has it got to be so rugged now? Don't kid me,
Buster, don't sing me no songs. I am making
the same money or maybe less, and you guys
tell me you got everything under control, but
what are you controlling? Nothing.
The great American middle class is having its
brains beaten out today and it knows it. It
stands face to face with ruination by a bevy
of small operators in high places, and recognizes
the fact of ruination. We who seek security
are beginning to distrust savings and Insurance.
The papers spin you a dally story of lying and
deceit as the only formula for prosperity.
And then Wasnington has the colossal con-
ceit to tell you everything's fine, everything's
under control, don't worry Bud, we got it made.
The stupid arrogance of the tumbler Is almost
beyond tragedy. It tends more to burlesque.
in the failure to control we have cost our-
selves, already, as much or more In billions as
the tax raise Truman has asked, and In less
than a year. We hrve accomplished exactly
nothing constructively and have wrecked per-
sonal economy of millions of people since last
summer. The wreckage is apparent in the fail-
ure of families to make ends meet, in the cost
of groceries. In the fading value of the dollar.
And the boys we hire sit, down there and con-
template the scandal of the RFC. the disgrace
of government everywhere, and then give us
fine talk about the spurious destruction of in-
flation and the nonexistent curb on living costs.
It is enough to make a man sick to the stom-
ach, except food costs so much now the aver-
age guy can't afford to throw up.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
MEANING OF A THREAT
BERLIN. It Is early days yet for the cooing
optimism and negligent complacency which ap-
pear, from the pernaps Jaundiced angle of vi-
sion of Berlin, to be overtaking Washington like
a paralytic plague. ,
Western Europe Is, after all. the key strategic
position of the Western world. The pitifully
small number of American, British and French
divisions as yet available for the defense of
Western Europe are now being tactically rede-
ployed r- that Is. they are being transformed
from an occupation force Into a force that can
light this Summer if need be. Yet the main
defense of Western Europe remains the deter-
rent power of the strategic air force.
Meanwhile, peering outwards into the Soviet
zone of Germany from the lookout that is Ber-
lin, one sees no leas than six Soviet armies.
These armies comprise at least thirty divisions,
including at least eight armored divisions and
perhaps eleven heavy mechanized divisions.
Thev are supported by a powerful air force,
which can be further strengthened at any mo-
ment, comprising nearly 500 first class Jet fight-
ers and about the same number of attack flgnt-
ers and light bombers for close support.
All this military power in Germany Is In turn
immediately backed up In Poland by six more
divisions or the equivalent, plus a certain num-
ber of supporting "air corps" as the Soviets can
air groups. Of these divisions In Poland, more-
over, at least three appear to be composed en-
tirely of cadres, with as high as 50 per cent
ratio of officers, so that their nine "regiments
can be rapidly transformed, by shipping in mass
manpower, into nine full divisions.
This was the trick that stood the order of
battle experts on their tin ears in 1949, when
the Kremlin began bringing its force in Ger-
many up to the present strength.
Finally, and most important of all. this power-
ful force in East Oermany and Poland is no
longer relatively immobilized, as it was a year
ago. by deficiencies in every sort of stock and
reserve. It has been made ready to go. or near-
ly ready to go. by the processes of gradual ac-
cumulation of reserves and stocks described in
a previous report. .
In Korea we have already bitterly learned
the danger of calculating the enemy's intentions
Instead of his capabilities which was the error
of all those from Gen. MacArthur all the way
down to these reporters, who thought the- Chi-
nese would not massively Intervene. The cap-
abilities of these Soviet armies here in Europe
are only too clear. The grim figures mean that
any slackening of the American or Western de-
fense effort at this time Is downright criminal
At the same time, anyone would be idiotically
alarmist, as yet, to deduce that a Soviet offen-
sive in Europe Impends because the Soviet ar-
mies in Europe have been brought close to the
stage of offensive readiness.
Manv authorities certainly assert that the
Kremlin will be able to transform Its spring or
autumn European army maneuvers into an at-
tack at a word of command. Others argue, how-
ever, t: at there are still gaps, in certain stor-
age levels. In i artillery, and so on, which the
Kremlin will need a month to two months to
fill. Probably the truth lies somewhere In be-
tween. Frobably, therefore, there will be some
warning, but not very much, if the Kremlin de-
cides to take the staggering gamble of an ap-
peal to naked force.
Second, and far more consoling, there Is the
really vital fact that the Kremlin obviously has
other reasons Just as good as a contemplated
offensive for getting its European armies ready
to go. The spring maneuver grounds are now
being prepared near the zonal border. Reports
are circulating that the usually modest spring
maneuvers are to be very grandiose this year.
The result will be a poised threat to any forth-
coming Council of Foreign Ministers.
Equally, there will be maneuvers on a much
larger scale beginning In August, again held
close to the border. And these may Influence
the Western response to a planned aggression
against Yugoslavia or other piece of interna-
tional bullying or flank attack Here In Berlin
the betting is heavy that these are the real
purposes of the outwardly deeply alarming pro-
cess that has been going on In the Soviet zone^
(Copyright, iStSl, New Yrk Herald Tribune Inc.)
ROME.The Inside fact about the new armament progtam
Just voted by the Italian parliament Is that it was put across
only after sortie heroic backstage wire-pulling which few pedple,
even those in official life, know about. The behind-the-scenes
story Illustrates what terrific uphill obstacles the United States
faces In both rearming Europe and Inspiring Internal reforma
over here.
The rearmament move really began when Foreign Minister
Count Carlo Sforza, a great friend of the United States, became
worried about the bad press Italy was getting in the United
States and asked some of his American newspaper friends about
it. Theif reply waa "Don't you realize that American boys are dy-
ing in Korea, that we all face possible war with Russia, yet Italy
Is doing nothing about It? The American people are getting tired
of protecting the rest of the world."
Rearmament was not in Sforza's bailiwick. Furthermore, It
was not in the bailiwick of certain Americans connected with the
Marshall Plan who talked to Sforza about rearmament. Both
were on delicate ground because he risked offending Italian gen-
et als; Marshall Plan officials because they risked offending U.S.
Ambassador James Dunn, who follows the old-fashioned diplo-
matic theory that you must not Jog the elbow of foreign govern-
ments regarding domestic policies and he was reluctant to crack
down on the snail-like pace of Italian rearmament.,
However, Sforza finally came up with a 26-page rearmament
filan which was so confidential that it was given to ECA officials
n the Rome railroad station by Sforza's deputy, so they wouldn't
be seen together.
The ECA officials sent back word that the proposed plan
chiefly called for more expenditures by the already overburden-
ed American taxpayer and that any real Italian rearmament plan
must also provide for Italian sacrifices. More conferences follow-
ed, out of which was finally evolved the $400.000,000 arms bill
okayed by the Italian parliament last week.
MONEY WASTED BY ARMY ]
The new Italian Arms Bill can bring about a complete end *>|
of Communism here, provided Italy is able to get all-too-scarc
steel, aluminum and copper from the United States. For the new
program should reactivate the northern automobile and tanlc
factories, which have been virtually Idle since the war, and wlp
out Italian unemploymentthe chief cause of Communism.
However, the Inside fact Is a lot of money will also be wasted
under Italian armament. The Army, for instance, still maintains
huge farms, theoretically for breeding cavalry horses. Though
the cavalry has long since passed from use, the army clique re-
fuses to relinquish its vast landed estates and Minister of Defense
Randolfo Pacciardl, a devotee of David Dublnsky and the Inter-
national Ladies Garment Workers, hasn't dared to buck the mil-
itary hierarchy to bring about needed economies. In fact, Pacciar-
dl has quietly appealed to American military advisers to pressure
him for these economies. ,
This Illustrates In Italian bureaucracy something which would
make Senator Byrd faint. Commerce Minister Ivan Matteo Lom-
bardo, commenting privately on this bureaucracy, once remarked
"I have 13 stenographers. If I could fire all but three of them.
I could get some work done, but with 13 they Just get in each,
other's way."
This bureaucracy has piled up so many Government servant*
that 86 per cent of the social Insurance paid In by the workers
goes to pay for Government administration. Repeatedly, since the
war, the workers have had their premium payments for social
security raised but not once have their insurance benefits been
raised. The increase goes to pay bureaucrats' salaries.
GERVASI'S WORK EFFECTIVE
A few weeks before General Elsenhower's scheduled visit to
Italy, the walls of Rome were covered with posters reading "Ike,
go home", plus other uncomplimentary remarks too filthy to be
repeated here. Obvjously this was the work of the Communists
but since the walls of Rome are the television sets of the Italian
people the posters had their effect and nothing was being done
to counteract them. _
Finally, while the American Embassy hesitated, Frank Ger-
vasi the live-wire chief of ECA information, got busy. He organ-
ized a committee of pro-American Italians, which, working back-
stage with the ECA, concocted some of the most effective poster*
ever seen In Italy. .,
" Jean Belllard. son-in-law of Edgar Ansel Mowrer and. now
French attache on Eisenhower's staff, conceived one brilliant idea
namely, quoting from the Moscow press at the time Eisen-
hower liberated Europe. One set of posters therefore featured th
hammer and sickle with quotes from Izvestia and Pravda hailing
Ike as a great liberator. At the bottom of the poster was the
date- May. 1945, Other posters featured Ike in his Columbia Uni-
versity cap and gown, regretfully laying aside his books to don.
an outgrown uniform. -. .
Overnight, squads organized by the ECA went out, tore down
the Communist posters and put up the new set Few people had
any idea who inspired the overnight change. In fact, gracious
Ambassador Dunn, riding through Rome's streets the next day,
remarked, "You see what the Italian people do when you leav
1 eiForsome months Gervasl. a former Hearst newspaperman
and roving correspondent for Collier's, has been putting new life
into American propaganda In Italy. Thanks to him, millions of
Italian people now know what the Marshall Plan has brought to
them, Three of his publications are among the most ingenious in
Europe. One is a comic magazine called "The Story of America*
which is sold on newsstands weekly and is lapped up by-th
IUUAnoeTICis "II Campl." or "The Land." a monthly magaaln
for farmers which Is increasing Italian agr cultural output and at
the same time Is getting across the fait that the United States
lias extend 11 great help to Italy. The Third is called "Illustrated
Worker" a poor mans Collier's, aimed at weaning abor away
rrom the Cornmunists. The last-named a so popular that, in six
months It has reached a newsstand circulation of 200.000, and
soon will become a paying proposition. ..,,_
Gervasi's ingenuity has done a great deal to give Communism
its heavy setbacks In Italy. Yet. when plans for future American
publicity here were recently submitted to the American Embassy,
Ambassador Dunn carefully struck out Gervasl s proposed plajjs.
(Copyright. 1%51. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc
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Tlhe ixitic's Corner
An enthusiastic audience of close to 1,000 at the Corozal
theater last night greeted Panama's Symphony orchestra in a
program o North American compositions.
The audience was so enthusiastic in fact, that it broke Into
applause at the end of several movements a little to the con-
fusion of towering conductor Walter Myers.
(One of the most attentive of the large audience was a small
boy in a striped "T" shirt who moved into the right end of the
front row and never took his eyes off the bowing of a young
Myers himself announced the numbers the trim black and
Oiife outfitted orchestra would play: _
Charles Wakefleld Cadman's 'American Suite. Deems Tay-
lor's "Suite for Orchestra." Oershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." and
Howard Hanson's lengthy and unbroken "Symphony No. 2.
Naturally, the largest amount of applause went to the fa-
miliar and tuneful Rhapsody. (This reviewer has never seen
Why Just because a musical score catches the popular fancy, it
hou'ld be any the less highly regarded by the truly musical.)
- Myers' interpretation of the Rhapsody begins less strongly
than it is usually played, but the orchestra got into full swing
quite literally in the magnificent second movement.
Pianist Ray Coxe, considered by many the best local expo-
nent of contemporary music, did a splendid job as soloist for
The Carnan selection was tuneful and well orchestrated.
Its-themes are those of primitive American Indian and Negro
music, with a slightly spiritual trend toward the end. But nei-
ther this nor the Taylor Suite, with its soaring opening for the
first violin and its solos for almost every section leader, had any
effective finale either tonal or smashing.
Least appealing number of the four competently offered was
the Hanson Svmphonv which was reminiscent of Wagner in Its
brassier moments and of Schubert in Its movement for the
The concert was arrangement by the Special Services Sec-
tion of the United States Army Caribbean, as part of its pro-
RaQn of varied entertainment for the military.
E. M.
House Committee
Efts Hearings
On tax Legislation
WASHINGTON, ar. 20 (UP)
The House Ways and Means
Committee ended its general
hearings on new tax leg-isltion
yesterday amid predictions that
President Harry Truman will
no. get all the $10.000.000.000
In new revenues hj requested.
tre prediction came from a
high-ranking Committee Demo-
fiSt who usually supports the
administration on tax legisla-
tion. He eked that his name
Jiot Le used.
Chairman Walter F. George,
D.. Ga of the Senate Finance
Committee, which handles the
matters in.the Senate, also has
predicted that any personal in-
come tax hikes will not go into
e.fect before Oct. 1. The Pres-
ident wanted them retroactive
to last Jan. 1.
The House Committee will re-
ca'l Secretary of the Treasury
John W. Snyder for a final
hearihg on the Administration's
o.erall tax program April 2.
Then it will start drafting the
new tax projram
:.:-. Truman has indicated he
hi.ends to ask Congress for an-
other $8,900,000.000 or more in
a second tax bill later this year.
But committee members want
to krow the whole program be-
iori c 'n-j on the first $10.000,-
0(ir.C"0 request.
Seme committee members said
that among other things thry
expect to make big changes in
tl e::cie tax Increases pro-
posed by Pnyder. He nf!:ed for
$8X00.000,000 in higher excises
Home Builder Bets
$300,000 On War
During Next 2 Years
WESTPORT, Conn., Mar. 20
(UPi.A self-styled 'builder of
luxury homes" said today he
was ready to take up the $300,-
000 "no war" bet of Los Angeles
oilman Andrew T. Jergins.
Francis J. Finneran, 40, who
also describes himself as a "busy
businessman" and a "student of
world affairs," said he had told
radio commentator Drew Pear-
son he would wager $100,000
that the United States or one
of the Atlantic Pact nations
would be attacked by Russia or
one of her satellites within a
year. Finneran added he was
willing to make the bet another
200.C00 for two years. His add-
ition of the Atlantic Pact na-
tions and Russia's satellites was
a chang* from jergins' original
offer.
Finneran said Pearson was
drawing up final terms of the
bet and would hold the money.
If he wins, Finneran added, he
will give his winnings to the
Democratic National Committee
"for furtherance of the Fair
Deal." He said, "I feel I'll have
no difficulty in winning."
on automobiles, television, ra-
dio, refrigerators, clgarets, li-
quor and beer and gasoline.
Rep. Robert W. Kean R.. N.
J., said he thinks Congress
should cover a broader field and
not moke the Increases so steep
on the Items mentioned by
Snyder. The auto tax proposal
would add $157 to the price of
a new car retailing for $2,000.
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON .
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA). If
Professor Kinsey can make a re-
port, so can Johnson!
I'm heading mine: "Gossip Be-
havior of the Hollywood Male."
You've heard about the fe-
male acid-drippers in the
beauty parlors, but wait until
you get an earful on the tat-
tling, chattering-, tale-bearing
and babbling of movie kings
when they're under the dryers.
It's enough to shake my faith
in Gary Cooper as a strong, silent
type.
My stool pigeon was Patricia
Stenz, a lively, gnsty lass who's
Hollywood's champion operator
of a hair-restoring beauty shop
for men.
But while Pat's coaxing up
the fusi on a bald pate, her
own hair stands on end at the
things she hears in Booth No.
6.
Yes, Indeedy, Pat told me, the
celluloid profile boys have the
p.als skinned a mile when it
comes to the over-the-fense
Monday wash act.
But her eyebrows went up like
twin helicopters when I asked her
to tell me all.
"Holy Toledo, not all." the
hair genius open-mouthed it.
"It couldn't be printed. It's just
that men gossip more than wo-
men. They aren't as malicious,
though. I'd rather listen to the
fellows any time. Sometimes it
gets a little rough. Sure my ears
burn, I can tell you."
Did the heart-flutterers men-
tion names like Lana, Hedy, Ava.
Jean and Joy, I wanted to know?
BOOTH-HOPPERS
"In a friendly way," Pat said.
"They mention Errol Flynn, too.
There's a lot of booth-hopping
at my place. The fellows can take
the plugs out of their own booths
and plug them in all over the
place. The plugs are for their
steaming helmets."
"Steaming helmets?"
Pat explained it.
Steaming helmets are what
the fellows wear after she's
smeared little fancy goo over
their bald spots.
"They're cute as pie," Pat
squealed. "When all the helmets
go together, you can bet the gos-
sip's starting. It's like a scene
from 'Quo Vadis.'"
I chocked and rasped it out
that I'd like to know what movie
stars were getting knifed the
most these days In the Stenz
palace of chitchat.
Well, there's a lot being said
about Tony Curtis, Farley Gran-
ger and John Derek." Pat began.
"The fellows Just can't'stand it
that all those beautiful young
boys with acres of hair are com-
ing up so fast. It drives them
crazy.
"I hear them saying. 'I'll bet
you Tony's looks won't last.
He'll get jowly in no time." The
fellows rip up all the gorgeous
new actors. Then they oome to
me and ask if I can help them
grow wavy eyelashes like Tony's
or John's."
Pat said that while she's slav-
ing over a million-dollar dome,
the buzzing and whispering are
going full blast.
Far be it from her to identify
the victims, but the talk sounds
like this:
"They, pipe the pretty boy from
Paramount with those big, broad
shoulders."
"Who's' he trying to kid?
They're falsles."
"What say we slip into his
booth and feel the padding of
that Jacket?" .
"I think I'll slip him my diet.
He ought to reduce."
"What a fight I had with my
wife last night. She makes more
monev at the studio than I do
and she wants me to pay the
bills. Get lost,' I told her, 'get
lost.'"
"DONT REPEAT IT, BUT.. ."
"That MGM Barrymore dresses
like a trade union organizer.
Really!"
"Don't tell it to a soul, but
he's carrying on with that cute
standin and his wife is wise to
it."
"No! How Indiscreet."
"Hey. get that lady-killer from
Fox. His shoes are built up six
inches. One more Inch and he
can get a job in the Ballet Russe."
"I heard it from my valet.
who's a first cousin of Jimmy's
wardrobe man, that Jimmy beats
his wife."
Pat sighed in the manner of
a sorority house mother.
"Well, what else can a bunch
of men do while they're waiting
for their scalps to dry?" she
asked.
"Everything's real clubby. The
fellows look at each other's heads
and count the new hairs. Fun-
niest thing in the world to see.
I make coffee and the fellows
play gin rummy and poker. Dick
Powell gave me the coffee grinder
and the dishes."
Oh. ves, Pat had to tell me
about her magazines.
She buys hundreds of them
for the darling-I-am-growlng
balder gang to read.
"Fan magazines?" I asked.
"No," Pat blushed, "art maga-
zines. You know, Jictures of pretty
girls with nothing much on. The
fellows go for that kind of read-
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Canal Zone School Activities
Clifford Meyers
Wins Honors
In Photography
Clifford C. Myers, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. S. Meyers, of Cris-
tobal, was granted a third
honorable mention In the com-
mercial division at his recent
graduation from the Progressive
School of Photography in New
Haven Conn.
Sixteen student, In the grad-
uating group received awards
for outstanding proficiency in
portrait, commercial and direct-
color photography.
Balboa-High Graduate
Wins Certificate
In Refrigeration
William Rosson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Rosson. now of San
Francisco, California, will receive
his technician certificate fro;n
the Refrigeration. Heating and
Air Conditioning Institute of the
Milwaukee School of Engineering
on Mar. 27.
Rosson is a graduate of the
Balboa High School, Balboa, Ca-
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C.H.S. News- I
by CARMEN RAMIREZ
Vacation days are pleasant days! It would seem strange to"
roam the halls of good old CHS week and find-No Kids! After
this week school will swing into high gear and roar fuUtpeed
ahead until June.
Last Thursday the Seniors had a good whiff of graduation
spirit. Their graduation announcements and calling cards came.
The reportorlal air of the Journalism room vanished, and all
the good writers, ad-getters, proofreaders and editors rushed to
get these coveted documents which rank second only to the of-
ficial diplomas. The announcements are real class, while the
calling cards register each individual's personality. The book of
memoirs, aptly labeled "My Book of Fun for '51" can be dev-
eloped into pages relating real history. I repeat, Thursday wa
a big Senior Day.
Frances Wong and Jack Randall were chosen to repre-
sent Cristobal in competing for -the scholarship offered by
the National Honor Society. Frances and Jack took a general
aptitude test that representatives of the National Honor So-
ciety ail over the U.S. were taking at this same time. This
test was taken under the supervision of Miss Brown.
Bishop Bentley
Visits Paraso,
Gamboa Churches
Accompanied by Bishop Regin-
ald Oooden. Bishop John B
Bentley, an official from Episco-
pal Church headquarters, will In-
spect at Paraso, Gamboa and
Red Tank today.
At a special service 6:00 p.m.
Bishop Bentley will speak to the
congregation at St. Simon's and
at a similar service at St. James',
Red Tank. 7:30 p.m., the congre-
gation will also have the privi-
lege of meeting and hearing the
Bishop.
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SHULTON,
A committee for the Commencement Program met in the
Library last week to discuss the possible central-themes fon,
Commencement. Albert Attla was selected chairman of the group.,
which is made up of senior Honor Socletv members and faculty
advisorsMr. Beck, Miss Brosn and Mr. Maedl.
Jack Randall celebrated his 18th birthday with dancing,
delicious food and games. Guests present were: Helen Kissam.
Ruth Daniels. Yolanda Diez. Peggy Hamilton. Dick DuCote. Andv
Urn. John Towshend. and Jeb Wilkerson. When I asked Jacic
about his presents he remarked. "They were some of the loudest
ties I'Ve ever seen!"
Miss Liter will sponsor the plans for the Junior and Senior
Prom, which is to be held on April 21. Yolanda Diez is the chair-
man, Leneve Doe is on publicity. Jacqule Boyle and Joanne Rec-
ela are in charge of orchestra, and Don McLaughlin, Jeb Wilker-
son and Nellie Holgerson are on the entertainment committee.
Well boys! There's only a month to get your dates, so hurry!
Our music department has also been very active this last
week on account of the Easter Holidays. It gave two outside
performances one at the Naval Hospital and the other at
the Inter-American Women's Club.
Friday, Easter assembly day. was a welcome climax to tho
recent non-assembly era. A reverent atmosphere seemed to pre-
vail. The members of the Glee Club. Band and Orchestra not
only performed well but they looked their parts, dressed in the
symbolical white of Easter. The audience was likewise attuned
to the Lenten Season and in a highly receptive frame of mind.
Mr. Jorstad and co-workers can only receive a sincere thank-
you from all of us.
There is not doubt that those who are attending Spring
Camp at Fort Kobbe are having a good time. The purpose of
this training is to acoualnt the ROTC with Army procedure.
There at camp they wUl be confronted with a field problem whlcll
they will have to solve in order to conquer the enemy. During
their stay at camp they will have a battalion parade, inspection
and a dance. Approximately twenty girls from CHS are going
over to this dance.
Last Wednesday during the 1st and 2nd periods the ROTO
held Company drills at Mount Hope Stadium. The ROTC was
honored by two visitors from Balboa. Bill Joyce (captain) and
Carl Posey (1st sergeant), who came over to see the drlllls and
to set up a display of ROTC equipment.
Team captains have been chosen for the Intramural Rifle
Tournament that is going to start very soon. They are Henrv
Wachtel, Cody Staples. Jim Schibler. Bill Knott. John Drot.
John Fahnestock. Raymond Pinto. John Hatgt. Clifon Heyward
and Leo Constantlne. There will be twelve members to each
team. The five highest scores of each team are to be taken
as the team's score after every match. Shooters will pay 10 cents
at every match.
After two weeks training with the Waves Reserve, our gym
Instructor, Miss Keenan is back to the old routine of teaching
gym class, She worked In the disbursing department, with the
military and civilian payroll at Coco Solo. And what a sham
uniform!
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PANAMA, R. P.. MARTES, MARZO 20, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Se agrava la crisis del petrleo en Oriente
Ley Marcial se
ha decretado
en el Irn
Quedan los britnicos de
modo oficial eliminados
de la industria
TEHERAN, marzo 20. (UP).
Urgente. Con Irn bajo Ley
Marcial, el Senado de Irn a-
prob por unanimidad la na-
cionalizacin de la Industria del
petrleo, poniendo a los bri-
tnicos fuera de control de loa
estratgicos Campos petroleros
que colindan con Rusia.
La nacionalizacin ya haba
(Ido aprobada por el Majlis
(Cmara- Baja y la Ley pasar
a Shah Mohammed Reza Pan-
lev para su sancin.
El Senado aprob la nacio-
nalizacin por 27 votos a cero,
y los observadores _creen que
bajo las presentes condiciones
es improbable que el Shah vete
1 Ley, ya que sta fue apro-
bada por unanimidad en am-
bas Cmaras.
TEHERAN, Irn, marzo 20.
(UP). El joven General He-
jazl y las tropas de Irn tienen
el control de Irn, despus que
el Shah Mohammed Reza Pah-
levl decret la Ley Marcial en
un Intento de terminar con los
tiroteos terroristas.
El Shah decret la Ley Mar-
cial y nombr a Hejazl Gober-
nador General despus del ase-
ilna-n de All Razmara el 7 de
'-"a a tai Pac. Col a)
Reserva de 10 mil
millones tiene en
petrleo Venezuela
WASHINGTON, Mar. 20 (UP)
El Embajador de Venezuela, An-
tonio Martin Araujo trat sobre
cuestiones econmicas de su pa-
tria en un programa de televisin
del domingo, que dirige Helen
Markel, redactora social local.
En contestacin a las pregun-
tas, dijo que Venezuela na pro-
ducido cinco mil quinientos mi-
llones barriles de petrleo y
cuenta con una reserva de otros
10 mil millones y que en breve co-
menzarn a llegar para las fun-
diciones norteamericanas millo-
nes de toneladas de mineral de
hierro Venezolano con 83 por
ciento de pureza.
Las "Inversiones norteamerica-
nas en Venezuela", dijo Araujo,
"sobrepasan mil quinientos mi-
llones de dlares. Nosotros agra-
decemos esta confianza en nues-
tro pas y nuestro pueblo. Nin-
gn inversionista ha perdido
nunca un slo dlar debido a una
decisin poltica adversa de nues-
tro gobierno. Tenemos una divi-
sa slida que por muchos aos
ha mantenido el valor de paridad
con nuestro dlar".
... .i
Se consuma esta tarde el atentado
contra La Prensa de Buenos Aires
Guatemala no tendr
relaciones con
cuatro Gobiernos
GUATEMALA, Marzo 2. (UP>.
El CancUler Manuel Galich
declar que el nuevo Gobierno
no se propone reanudar las re-
laciones diplomticas con la Re-
pblica Dominica, Espaa, per
Venezuela v Nicaragua.
Columnas y ms columnas de
los aliados se acercan cada
da ms al Paralelo "38"
La gran reserva hidroelctrica de Chongpyong
cay intacta en poder de la ONU
TOKIO, Mar. 20 (UP). Dos
columnas poderosas de las Na-
ciones Unidas se han colocado
entre 12 y 14 millas del Paralelo
38 y por lo menos otras nueve
columnas aliadas estn a menos
de 17 millas de la vieja fronte-
ra comunista.
El Octavo Ejrcito anunci que
sus fuerzas capturaron virtual-
mente intacta, hace dos das,
la gran reserva hidroelctrica
de Chongpyong, 24 millas al
noroeste de Sel y 18 millas al
sur del Paralelo. La reserva de
ocho millas de largo suministra
energa elctrica a Sel.
Los tanques e Infantera del
Octavo Ejrcito avanzaban len-
tamente, sin parar, a todo lo
largo del frente de 140 millas
atravs de la peninsula de Co-
rea, pisndole los talones a 250
mil soldados rojos que se en-
cuentran en retirada hacia el
norte del Paralelo.
Los aliados que avanzan han
capturado cargamentos de equi-
po y armamentos abandonados
por los comunistas en su reti-
rada. Se han encontrado empla-
zas a la Pat 6 Col 7)
Comunicado sobre
los das feriados
expide Gobierno
Don Rubn Rosas, Secreta
rio del Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia ha expedido el si-
guiente comunicado sobre los
das feriados y nacionales.
JORGE RUBEN ROSAS
Secretario del Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia,
HACE SABER:
Que conforme al articulo 2o
de la ley 26 de 1M1 y del ar-
ticulo 44 del Cdigo de Tra-
bajo, el VIERNES SANTO es
de Fiesta Nacional y el S-
BADO DE GLORIA es feriado.
Por tanto durante esos dos
das permanecern cerradas
las oficinas pblicas y el Vier-
nes Santo cerrarn los esta-
blecimientos comerciales.
Panam, 16 de Mano, 1951.
Accidente ferroviario que
caus 521 muertos en 1944
investigan ahora en Italia
APLES, Mar. 20 (UP)
Las actas del tribunal revelaron
je talles del desastre ferroviario
ue quizs ha sido el peor que se
a registrado en la historia: La
Muerte por asfixia de 521 per-
sonas cuando un tren Italiano
qued parado dentro de un t-
nel durante la guerra.__________
Pasa por Panam la
seora doa Elisa
M. de Arvalo
La esposa del ex-Presldente
de Guatemala, doa Elisa Mar-
tinez de Arvalo, pasar esta
tarda por Panam, procedente
de ese pas, con destino a Bue-
nos Aires.
La distinguida dama, quien
realiz una trascendental labor
en beneficio de la niez de Gua-
temala, permanecer unas cuan
tas horas en nuestra ciudad, co-
mo husped de la Legacin de
su pals aqui.
La seora de Arvalo regresa-
La tragedla fu mantenida en
secreto durante la guerra, pero
las familias de las victimas pre-
sentaron 300 reclamaciones a
los ferrocarriles de propiedad del
Estado. La primera de esas re-
clamaciones ha llegado al Tri-
bunal de Apelaciones de ap-
les, revelando todos los detalles.
El tren se par el 2 de Marzo
de 1944 dentro del tnel Balva-
no al sur de Salerno, que tiene
3 kilmetros de longitud duran-
te un viaje nocturno entre a-
ples y Potenza. Los pasajeros
iban durmiendo. La locomotora
perdi fuerza, se par, y el tren
comenz a ir cuesta abajo hacia
atrs.
El maquinista puso el freno e
hizo que la locomotora' tirara
con toda su fuerza del tren.
Mientras esto ocurra la locomo-
tora lanz mucho humo dentro
del tnel y el maquinista, apa-
rentemente, muri pocos segun-
dos despus de asfixia. Fu ha-
llado muerto con la mano en
'a palanca. Todos los pasajeros,
excepto seis, tambin murieron
asfixiados.
Cuando ocurri el desastre, s-
lo se publicaron pequeas notas
y no se anunci el nmero de
r a Guatemala, dentro de po-
co, para continuar la obra que I Vctimas que fueron enterradas
le ha merecido la gratitud na-|en dos tumbas comunes en el
clona] en esea repblica. pequeo cementerio de Balvano.
Folleto de inters
edita la Chiriqu
Land Co. aqu
Impreso en los talleres tipo-
grficos de la "Editora- Panam
Amrica S.A., est en circula-
cin un Interesante folleto so-
bre las actividades de la Chiri-
qu Land Company, en Puerto
Armuelles v Bocas del Toro.
El folleto contiene los datos-
estadsticos de las inversiones
V labores efectuadas en Pana-
ms por la Chiriqu Land Co.
durante el ao de 1950 y est
profusamente ilustrado con be-
llas vistas de Puerto Armuelles
y Almirante y una serie de fo-
tografas sobre los trabajos rea-
lizados por la empresa durante
el ao en esas reglones.
En relacin con la Divisin de
Almirante aparecen publicadas
las siguientes Informaciones de
inters fiscal:
"Por razn de derechos de a-
duana y consulares sobre las im-
portaciones de mercaderas y
materiales destinados a la em-
presa se pag al Gobierno du-
rante el ao la suma de B.155.-
990.03 y a los empleados se les
colect la cantidad de B.20.122.-
33. sobre el Impuesto de la ren-
ta, suma que fu entregada al
Tesoro Nacional, por conducto
de sus oficinas respectivas.
En Impuestos de bienes races
pag la Compaa en el ao de
1950 la cantidad de B.30.503 82
v por otros impuestos cubri al
Fisco la suma de B.13.325.10. En
Impuestos Municipales varios la
compaa pag la suma de B-
4.270.30.
Fue honrada la
memoria de don
Jos M. Vrela
Dando un hermoso ejemplo de
civismo el pueblo de Pes rin-
di el domingo un clido tribu-
to a la memoria de don Jos
Vrela Blanco, tronco de ho-
norable y estimada familia, p-
scense.
Le toc al Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, don Jos Cle-
mente de Obaldia, develar el
busto erigido a la memoria de
tan esclarecido varn, en un
significativo acto efectuado en
el parque pblico, y al que asis-
tieron tambin, los Ministros de
Previsin Social y Educacin,
Doa Maria S. de Miranda y don
Modesto 8alamn y los Gober-
nadores de las Provincias de
Herrera, Los Santos y Veraguas
(Pasa a la Pag. 6. Col. 6)
Habr una reunin
de Accionistas el
cinco de Abril
La Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nam, S. A., se reuni esta
maana y, entre otras cosas,
resoiTl convocar inmediata-
mente una Asamblea General
de Accionistas para el jueves
5 de abril. Loa anuncios de
rigor y las citaciones de -
cuerdo con lo que dispone el
Pacto Social y los Estatutos
se enriarn tan pronto co-
mo sea posible.
Sobre el cierre
de La Prensa se
har transmisin
LONDRES, Mar. 20 (UP) La
BBC de Londres anunci que hoy
por la noche transmitir un pro-
grama especial sobre el cierre de
La Prensa de Buenos Aires, que
Incluir comentarlos de destaca-
dos periodistas britnicos y nor-
teamericanos.
Los directores del programa,
que se transmite bajo el ttulo
de "Foco" declararon que en el
mismo se referir a la historia de
La Prensa, sus dificultades con
el Gobierno Argentino y los co-
mentarlos que en todo el mundo
ha provocado su clausura.
Entre las declaraciones graba-
das en disco que se transmitirn,
se encuentra, segn se inform,
las de los directores del "Wash-
ington Post", "Washington Daily
News", "London News Chroni-
cle", "Manchester Guardian" y
"Yorkshire Post", asi como otra
del dirigente Republicano norte-
americano Harold Stassen.
En lo que va del ao total
de 111 construcciones est
realizndose en las afueras
Se rinde un informe pormenorizado de cules son
los edificios que se levantan
EL PANAMA AMERICA ht si-
do informado que en lo qua va
del ao se han registrado 111
planos para construcciones por
valor de 1,438,761 balboas en
las afueras de la ciudad.
Segn tales fuentes las cons-
trucciones incluyen 18 en el
Parque Lefevre, 16 en el Can-
greso, 16 en Ro Abajo, 12, en
San Francisco de la Caleta,, 6
en lraflores, 5 en Las Sabanas,
6 en Pueblo Nuevo, 5 en Juan
Daz, 5 en Las Cumbres, S en
Campo Alegre, 5 en PaltUla, 4
en Carrasquilla, 3 en los Altos
del Golf, 2 en Vista Hermosa y
gulentes lugares: Juan Franco,
Transstmica, Llano Bonito,
(Cerro Viento), Altamlra (Ro
Abajo i, Panam Viejo.
La construccin ms costosa
registrada es una por 173,438
balboas para una clnica en
Campo Alegre de una Compa-
a de Seguros, luego hay dos
residencias en Campo Alegre
por 42,000 y 59,080 balboas. La
otra costosa construccin en lo
que va de 1051 es una residen-
cia en el Cangrejo por B. 50.-
000.
Las cifras actuales parecen
predecir un ao de alto mov-
El Comit Mixto
del Congreso se
har cargo de ella
una en cada uno de los si- (Pasa a la Pgina b. Columna 7)
Esta noche se celebrar una
segunda reunin de todos los
depositantes del Fiduciario
Hoy martes 20. s las 7 de Ja
noche tendr lugar la segun-
da reunin general de todos
los depositantes del Banco Fi-
duciario de Panam, con el ob-
jeto de conocer el informe que
rendir la comisin nombrada
en la asamblea general el l-
timo sbado.
Despus de la asamblea gene-
ral del sbado pasado, la Co-
misin se qued elaborando un
plan de trabajo, plan que se
discuti el sbado en la noche
y el domingo en la maana, a
fin de coordinar la accih que
debe desarrollar la Comisin de
Depositantes del Banco Fidu-
ciario.
El lunes en la maana la
mencionada comisin se reuni
con la Junta Directiva del Ban-
co Fiduciario, reunin a la que
asistieron todos los directores
del Fiduciario, despus de la
reunin se hizo un acoplo de
datos sobre el estado financie-
no del Banco.
El lunes en la tarde se vol-
vi a reunir la Comisin de De-
positantes coa el Contralor Ge-
neral de la Repblica y el in-
terventor del Gobierno en el
Fiduciario con el objeto de co-
nocer los puntos de vista de
estos dos funcionarlos del Go-
bierno.
Hoy en la maana la co-
misin visitar al Presidente de
la Repblica para exponerle los
puntos de vista que persiguen
los depositantes y solicitar la
ayuda del Gobierno, pues es la
Idea fundamental de los depo-
sitantes del 'Banco Fiduciario
hacer todos los esfuerzos posi-
bles por conseguir que el men-
cionado Banco continue ope-
raciones para bien de la eco-
noma del pas.
En la noche del martes, en
sesin plenarla, se rendir In-
forme final que tenga esta co-
misin que dar a los deposi-
tantes del Banco Fiduciario.
La suerte le lleg al lecho
de enferma en el Sanio Toms
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 20
(UP) Se ha sabido que el
Comit mixto del Congres ,
compuesto por nueve miembius,
se har cargo de La Prensa e-
U tarde, a fin de cumplir con
las instrucciones de "intervenir
e Investigar al diarlo inde-
pendiente.
El' Comit lleg a esta deci-
sin despus de una sesin de
45 minutos que se Inici a los
tf de la maana en el saln del
Comit de Finanzas' del Senado.
El Comit qued formalmen-
te constituido, aunque tres de
loa miembros del Comit los
diputados Peronistas Antonio
Benitez, Juan de la Torre y
Carlos Daz no han regresa-
do a Buenos Aires de una jwa
por el Interior.
El Senador Alejandro Giava-
rinl fu electo Presidente oel
Comit, y el diputado Antonio
Benitez, Secretarlo. Victorlo To-
rn assi actu como Secretarlo
mientras regrese Benitez.
8e tiene entendido que un
Notario Pblico actuar ccr.o
testigo oficial cuando el Comi-
t visite las oficinas y la redac-
cin de La Prensa hoy.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 20 i
lUP) El Presidente de laCmars
de Diputados Dr. Hctor Cm-
r>, Inform esta noche q..c
Comit Congreslonal mliio.
nombrado para Intervenir a "La,
Pn**" tlrtai su primera reu-
nin de las 6 p.m. ayer, pa^a
as ocho de la maana de hoy,
tras lo cual rendir su Informe
a la mayor brevedad.
El peridico "Critlica" en-
tiende empero, que el Comi'
rendir informe al Congrco
aentro de 15 das- Se entiende
tiue se convocar a otra sesin
extraordinaria del Congreso, si
el Comit rinde informe antes
de comenzar la sesin ordina-
ria el primero de Mayo.
o -*
En todo el Medio Oriente se
clama por la nacionalizacin
siguiendo el ejemplo de Irn
Las principales reservas petroleras en el mundo es-
tn en pases junto al Golfo de Persia
por Harold GUARD
LONDRES. Marzo 20. (UP).
En todo el Medio Oriente au-
menta 1 clamor en pro de la
nacionalizacin de las Industrias
de propiedad extranjera, como
secuela de la campaa de nacio-
nalizacin del petrleo en Irn.
De Bagdad Informan que el
Partido Nacionalista de Iraq ha
pedido al Primer Ministro Nou-
ri El Said que nacionalice la
"Iraq Petroleum Company", de
propiedad occidental.
Al mismo tiempo, los nacio-
nalistas Iranios estn tratando
de propagar la campaa de
nacionalizacin a Bahrain, pro-
tectorado britnico en el Golfo
Persa, rico en petrleo y sobre
el cual Irn ha estado alegan-
do desde 1783 tener derechos de
soberana. En Egipto tambin se
aboga por la nacionalizacin.
Se informa que varios diputa-
dos Egipcios se proponen pre-
sentar la cuestin de nacionali-
zar la Compaa del Cana) de
Suez, empresa Francesa, de la
cual los Britnicos poseen mu-
chas acciones.
Un funcionario britnico de-
clar que esos intereses en el
Oriente constituyen las ms Im-
portantes reservas del mundo v
que "ninguna potencia agresiva
se atreverla a Ir a la guerra a
menos que contara con el domi-
nio de esas reservas". Los fun-
cionarlos dicen aue todo con-
cepto estratgico en Asia se ba-
sa en dos factores principales
de la guerra moderna: Petrlep
y potencia area.
Otro funcionarlo dijo que "las
principales reservas conocidas de
petrleo del mundo, estn en los
pases Junto al Golfo Persa. Es-
casa a la Pgina 6. Col. Z)
Salamn y Miranda
se hacen cargo de
dos Ministerios
Segn anunci hoy el sef
Ramn Ehrman, Jefe de la Ofi-
cina de Prensa y Radio del Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno y Justicia,
el Licenciado Modesto Salamn,
Ministro de Educacin se har
cargo de la Cartera de Relacio-
nes Exteriores mientras dure la
ausencia del titular doctor Car-
los N. Brln.
Por otra parte, la seora Do-
a Mara S. de Miranda, Minis-
tro de Previsin Social se har
cargo del despacho de Agricul-
tura y Comercio en ausencia del
titular don Ricardo Arias E.
Las autoridades sanitarias
se oponen a venta de carnes
en el mercado de Calidonia
Se constata la necesidad de une se construyan dot
mercados en barrios populosos
En la Inspeccin realizada ayer
aid.
BUENOS AIRE8, Marzo 20
(UP) Ayer fueron nombrados
los 8 diputados que formarn
parte de la Comisin Paila-
mentarla encargada de Inter-
venir, t investigar a "La Pren
sal' y otras empresas relaciona-
das comerclalmente con' eje
diario.
El Presidente de la Cma.a
de Diputados, Hctor Cmpora,
quien hizo los nombramlencos.
anunci que seis diputados y
Senadores que forman par'e
de la comisin celebrarn su
primera reunin a las 6
hora local.
Los diputados nombrados pa-
(Pssa a la Pt 8 Col. 7)
p.in.
por el Alcaide Vega Mndez el
Jefe de Sanidad de la ciudad, Dr.
Forrest Brown y el Jefe de sani-
dad de la Zona, Dr. W. Rice, se
atendi particularmente el as-
pecto del aseo de la ciudad y los
mercados pblicos y privados. Se
entr a varias casas de inquilina-
to de Maraen, Calidonia y Cho-
rrillo.
Se ha acordado una reunin
para despus de Semana Santa
a fin de discutir los puntos de
mejoramientos de los problemas
encontrados en la higiene de la
capital.
El Alcalde Vega Mndez ha in-
sinuado que se aumente el n-
mero del barrido de las calles en
los barrios ms populosos. Las
autoridades sanitarias, por su
parte, sugirieron que el mercado
de Calidonia sea reformado en
tal forma que se dedique nica-
mente a la venta de verduras,
frutas y legumbres, pero no a
(Pasa a la nabina columna )
Fue inaugurado un
servicio de rayos
X en el Retiro
Por primera vez en la histo-
ria de su existence* como Ins-
titucin del Estado, el Retiro
Matas Hernndez disfrutar de
los servicios propios de los Ra-
yos X. Cuando ya todos los
hospitales de la Repblica te-
nan estos importantes y nece-
sarios aparatos, el Retiro ca-
reca de ellos, siendo motivo es-
to de verdaderas dificultades
para la administracin' y la.
parte tcnica de dicho hospital.
Hoy. en una sencilla ceremo-
nia ser Inaugurado el nueve)
equipo.
Renuncia irrevocable
de Dior, de Aviacin
prsenlo A. M. Arias
Esta maana present su re-
nuncia Irrevocable como Director
de Aeronutica Civil el Sr. Anto-
nio Manuel Arlas.
Dicha renuncia fu oresentada
al Sr. Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, que tiene bajo su de-
pendencia todo lo relacionado con
la aviacin.
La doble censura de prensa
obstaculiza la labor de los
periodistas que hay en Corea
TOKIO, Marzo 20 (UP)Los a ste respecta, la poltica no se
corresponsales dijeron al Jefe de toma en cuenta en la censura
En la fotografa anterior puede verse a la Sra. Doa Judith
de Herrera, de 65 aos de edad, quien es la feUs propietaria
del chalet que fue rifado por el Club de Leones
Eara ayuda de las Colonias Infantiles de Verano. La Sra. de
lerrera se encuentra recluida en la Sala 12, coarto 14 del
Hospital Santo Toms desde hace des meses, sufriendo la
fractura de la pierna derecha, ocurrida cuando cay de ana
escalera. Aparece con la Sra. de Herrera su nieto Nils Castro
Herrera, hijo de doa Ligia Herrera de Castro y el Dr. Gui-
llermo Castro. El niito Castro-Herrera fu quien le com-
pr el tiquete a su abnellta. ya que sta se encontraba
hospitalizada
Un nuevo horario
de visitas en el
Hosp. Sro. Toms
De acuerdo con comunicad jn
enviada a la prensa por el &<.-
or Administrador del HospILu!
Santo Toms Don Vernon 3a-
lazar a partir del primero de a-
brll del presente ao, las hora*
de visita del Hospital Santo Tu-
rnas sern las siguientes:
Lunes a Sbado: 6 a 7 p.m.
Domingo 6 a 8 pm
El seor Administrador ac-
eita, al pblico su cooperacin
tn el cumplimiento de esta or-
den, que ha de redundar .n
beneficio de la buena mareta
el Hospital.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS 0E
22,600
Censura del Cuartel del General
Douglas McArthur que la doble
censura de noticias de la gue-
rra de Corea ha convertido a sus
artculos en inteligibles e In-
tiles.
El Coronel E. C. Burkhart,
Jefe de Censura, se reuni con
los Jetee de oficina de agencias
noticiosa para tratar acerca la
doble censura que se impuso el
Viernes pasado a los despachos
en la Jefatura del Octavo Ejr-
cito en Corea y el Cuartel Ge-
neral en Tokio. Burkhart dijo
que la doble censura slo se
aplica a las noticias acerca las
fuerzas terrestres pero no a la! de viejas quejas y reclamos so-
armada y aviacin. I bre la zanja del gas aue est
Los periodistas ^a expusieron I afectando a los residentes de ese
de las noticias del frente, pero
"no le vamos a decir al enemi-
go en donde estamos".
Funcionarios de la
Zona inspeccionan
zanja del Chorrillo
A solicitud del- Alcalde ngel
Vega Mndez, el General Rice.
Jefe de sanidad de la zona.
el Dr. Forrest Brown. Jefe de
Sanidad de la ciudad de Pana-
m, visitaron el sector del Cho-
rrillo pera estudiar el problema
sector. La limpieza de la zanja
tendr lugar maana y se so-
licitar la cooperacin de la Po-
lica Nacional para que los ve-
cinos no vuelvan a tirar dea
uerdicios y basuras en ella para
impedir que se siga obstruyen
d6.
Cambian esta semana
el horario para
una vacunacin
La campaa de vacunacin,
contra la viruela ser adelan-
tada esta semana al dia jueves,
de una a cuatro de la tarde, se-
gn anunci la Oficina de Sanl-
cito dijo en Corea que en lo que I dad.
a Burkhart:
1Oreen que debe suprimir-
se la doble censura y sta debe
efectuarse en Corea o en Tokio.
2Que han notado cierta ten-
dencia a la censura poltica.
3Que han notado mucha
preocupacin respecto a los des-
pachos de prensa y no se han
hecho esfuerzos por censurar
comunicaciones cablegrficas y
telefnicas ajenas a la prensa.
4Que es difcil comprender
la Imposicin de nuevas regula- J
clones, ms rgidas, en vista de
lo dicho por McArthur de que
no ha habido ninguna violacin
importante a la seguridad en
los despachos de prensa.
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NO DEBE AGRAVARSE LA CRISIS
II
novsimo teatro
CRITICO
EN GUATEMALA
Por ALDOR
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t? V.
A grandes rasgos indicamos ayer que la sus-
pensin de operaciones del Banco Fiduciario pue-
de agravar apreciablemente la crisis econmica que
desde hace algn tiempo viene azotando al pas. Y
festo irremisiblemente ha de ser as, si de manera
rpida no se adoptan medidas adecuadas para de-
volver a los acreedores del Banco las sumas que
ge les adeudan, o si no se hacen arreglos para evi-
tar a stos serios trastornos de orden econmico.
Es cosa sabida que la gran mayora de los aso-
ciados no retiene en su casas el dinero de que pue-
jien disponer. Por lo general lo van depositando en
Xin Banco para retirarlo gradualmente, a medida
que sus necesidades personales o las de sus nego-
cios as lo requieran. Pues bien, cuando un Banco
suspende pagos, casi todas las personas que tienen
dinero depositado all, se ven obligadas, a su tur-
no, a suspender el pago de sus obligaciones per-
sonales y de las de sus respectivos negocios! Es l-
gico tambin que terceras personas que son acree-
dores de los depositantes, queden en anloga posi-
cin, por razn de que estos no satisfacen sus obli-
gaciones.
Hay ms: esa situacin que se ha indicado sigue
desarrollndose entre los acreedores de los acree-
dores originales del Banco Fiduciario, formando as
una cadena sucesiva de personas afectadas por la
suspensin de operaciones, sin haber estado tales
personas, aparentemente, en relaciones con dicho
Banco.
Y no es esto todo. Hay otro aspecto que debe
tenerse en cuenta. Como en toda comunidad exis-
ten sectores que quieren aprovecharse de cualquier
pretexto para no pagar sus cuentas, no faltarn los
que presenten como excusa para ello la afirmacin
de que tienen un crdito que no pueden hacer efec-
tivo contra el Banco que ha suspendido operacio-
nes, a pesar de que no tengan all un solo centa-
Tngase presente que en una comunidad tan
pobre como la nuestra es muy grave la retencin
de circulante por ms de cuatro millones de bal-
boas, que es la que corresponde a los depositantes
en este caso. Y esto sin tomar en consideracin el
efecto psicolgico deprimente que en toda la pobla-
cin tiene el hecho de esa suspensin de pagos
Hemos dicho y sostenemos que la crisis tiende
a agravarse, porque el nico factor contributivo
no es la suspensin referida. Entre otros factores
estn tambin los que han producido con anterio-
ridad cierta depresin general en los negocios y,
muy especialmente, el hecho de que haya cierto
atraso en el pago de las cuentas del gobierno por
cantidades apreciables.
Y no se intente decir que esta situacin es irre-
mediable, que ya se ha hecho todo lo que poda ha-
cerse. Ni se insine tampoco que no hay tal de-
presin, pues sta se palpa, por as decirlo.
No ha de.ser difcil para los organismos del
Estado encontrar medios, por ejemplo, de cooperar
a] financiamiento del Hotel El Panam, para que
ste pueda pagar la deuda que tiene con el Banco
Fiduciario, la cual, segn decires, se acerca al mi-
ll>n de Balboas. El Estado necesariamente debera
sentirse interesado en ello pues est comprometido
y* por garantas prestadas al Hotel. De esa mane-
ra el Banco podra atender al pago de cantidad
preciable de sus depositantes.
Ni ha de ser difcil tampoco para algunos de
los deudores del Banco realizar parte de sus bie-
nes para abonar a ste una parte de lo que le adeu-
dan. Se sabe que el Banco no puede en la situacin
actual hacer apremios indebidos, sin provocar si-
tuaciones que/podran agudizar la crisis ms an.
Pero esta consideracin no debe en manera algu-
na influir en el nimo de los deudores para ami-
norar sus esfuerzos por pagar cuanto antes, en su
propio beneficio y en beneficio de los depositantes
y de la comunidad en general. Se sabe ya que al-
gunos de los deudores estn tomando medidas apro-
piadas.
Repetimos que es de inaplazable urgencia to-
mar las medidas que sean adecuadas para evitar
a todo trance oue se aerave la crisis actual.______
LA NEUTRALIDAD
SOSPECHOSA
Yo leo con ansiedad, cada se-
mana, varias revistas que se
publican en los Estados Unidos
y me ofrecen Informacin de
tipo general. Esas revistas es-
tn construidas con extraordi-
naria habilidad y.a base de un
gasto excepcional, porque sin
duda las empresas que las pu-
blican cuentan con capital sufi-
ciente para conseguir esa niti-
dez, esa claridad, esa rapidez
en la trasmisin de sus despa-
chos que las hace singular-
mente eficientes. Puede decirse
que no se les escapa nada o
casi nada: en asunto de tc-
nica son formidables.
Se ha adoptado en tales pu-
blicaciones un estilo objetivo,
escueto, conciso, con profusin
de hechos lo que los norte-
americanos denominan, con vo-
cablo que posee fina onomato-
peya, "facts", que se ha con-
quistado mltiples adeptos. Es-
to reviste lo que se publica de
una especie de imparcialidad
que es muy apreciada.
Por mi parte, a lo largo de
mis aos de periodista, que
son muchos slo en el Istmo
suben a treinta y tres... co-
nozco lo que representa la neu-
tralidad, la' imparcialidad, de
un pequeo incidente que M
deja casi como olvidado, es po-
sible que transforme un Juicio,
que ayude a conducir la mente
del lector por los caminos que
el editor considera oportunos
para sus fines.
Presumir de neutrales, de,ob-
jetivos, es fcil; pero, ser en
efecto neutrales y objetivos es
casi Imposible.
Si usted suprime una noticia,
deja de publicar una noticia
en un peridico, su imparciali-
dad es muy relativa. Si usted
desvia el inters de una In-
formacin hacia a aquello en
lo que usted tiene un provecho
o meramente una simpata, fal-
sea usted la objetividad. Quin
est libre de tal Intencin?
Hay revistas de esas norte-
americanas, a las que me re-
fiero especialmente, que publi-
can alguna seccin consagrada
a los pases de habla hispana
del Continente. Esas noticias
nunca son en realidad impar-
ciales. Por lo pronto se insis-
te en lo truculento, en aque-
llo que desacredita a los pue-
blos. Eso si, con un aspecto de
imparcialidad inobjetable. No
se alude Jams por esos pe-
ridicos a lo que a los pases
beneficia, a sus progresos es-
pirituales: se queda casi exclu-
sivamente la Informacin en lo
que hiere, en lo que molesta,
en lo que provoca la risa, la
burla. Eso es lo que se lee.
se advierte: eso es lo que In-
teresa. SI se trata de un golpe
de estado hay infinitos deta-
Se amenaza con el destierro
a Siberia a los alemanes
que sirven a norteamericanos
lies: si se informa de un pe-(
culado, de una accin fea, se
puntualiza aquello, para que el
efecto en el lector sea el que
se desea: de descrdito, de a-
chlcamlento: esa es la neutra-
lidad, la imparcialidad. Esos son
los "facts".
Y, claro, de esa manera se
logra una atmsfera deprimen-
te, de ausencia de calor, de
cooperacin, de descrdito a-
poyado en la neutralidad, en
la objetldad, en los hechos, en
la verdad de los hechos. La ver-
dad, asi vestida, resulta sospe-
chosa, y en otro sentido que
la del clsico del XVII.
Hay muchas maneras de ser
neutrales, de ser imparciales. Y
de ah la relatividad de la neu-
tralidad y de la imparcialidad.
Por supuesto exige habilidad
este tipo de campaas que co-
mento. Habilidad y tesn, por-
que la atmsfera no se consi-
gue en una semana, en un mes,
en un ao: son imprescindi-
bles los millones de tales re-
vistas para lograr lo que se
proponen y que lo acepte un
pblico, cada vez ms nume-
roso, como articulo de fe.
Yo mismo que protesto de
ello, caigo, en la red. Esa per-
sistencia en el detalle que se
presenta como neutral, como
un alarde de imparcialidad en
la Informacin, acaba por con-
quistarnos.
Somos conquisiaoies, asequi-
bles. Y luego, las revistas. estn
bellamente presentadas, limpia-
mente impresas, corregidas con
meticulosidad. Agrada leerlas,
agrada, yo dira .fiarse de ellas.
Y el veneno est dentro. El
veneno es la imparcialidad, la
neutralidad aparentes. Un ad-
jetivo que se desliza, una cifra,
Se anuncia que Rusia abrir
sus fronteras a los turistas
por A. DE MONTMORENCY
(N.A.NVa.) .
NUEVA YORK, marzo 20.
(EPS>. El Gobierno sovitico
abrir probablemente sus fron-
teras a los turistas extranjeros
este verano, y est ya preparan-
do los balnearios y sitios de re-
creo en Crimea, el Cucaso v
Lcningrado para recibirlos.
Tal es el informe que ha pu-
blicado el diarlo de Estocolmo
"Atonbladet," el cual afirma
que el proyecto ha sido aproba-
do por el Kremlin. Los planas
actuales contemplan nicamen-
te visitas organizadas a deter-
minados sitios, semejantes a las
que se realizaban antes de !a
segunda guerra mundial bajo la
vigilancia de las autoridades so-
viticas. Una de las razones que
estas Jiras no se hayan reanu-
dado antes, segn se dice, es la
escasez de alojamientos produ-
cida por los bombardeos alema-
nes v la poltica de "tierra a-
el retrato escogido, transpor-
tan lo pernicioso que queda
inoculado en el cerebro del lec-
tor. ^
Cmo luchar contra tales pe-
ligros? Es difcil. Casi imposi-
ble. La verdad neutral se admi-
nistra mejor con la fuerza del
dinero. Constituye uno los es-
collos de la poca.
rrasada" seguida por el Ejrci-
to Rojo durante su retirada.
La reapertura de las fronteras
soviticas, an en escala limita-
da, servira para combatir el es-
tigma de la "Cortina de Hierro"
lanzado por Winston Churchill
en 1948, y que los servicios de
propaganda sovitica han esta-
do tratando de desvirtuar du-
rante los ltimos cinco aos, sin
mucho xito.
{Dolores de Espalda.
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
Bl< cuerpo humano a liikut 4*1
ticeao de cido y deaperdlelo vene-
noso da la lanera, por medio da loa
mi.v* millonea de diminuto* tuboa o
filtro* de loa rlflonaa. 81 aatoa venenoe
da loa rlflonaa o la vojlf* lo hacen
enfrlr con levantada nocturnae. ner-
vloaldad, dolorea de plernaa. ojera,
lumbaffn, dolor de la royunturaa,
arldei o ardor en loa conductoe, de-
bido a la necealdad da eatlmulanta
aliurttlro. pruebe Cyetex.
Deahgaee del cido urloo y loa
Tenenoa con la receta medica llamada
Cyatex, Oue ea un diurtico eatlmu-
lanie de loa rll
lame de loa rlfionea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejlka 1
va urinaria en eatado da acldra.
ex aatlsfacer a uattd
!e y aera la medicina
iBlta. Pida Cyatex h
Cystex
Por Oault MacGowan
(N. A. N. A.)
HEIDELBERG, Marzo 20.
EPS i "Cinco aos en Siberia
por cada uno empleado en el
servicio de los norteamerica-
nos", tal es la amenaza hecha
a los alemanes occidentales por
Gerhard Elsler, jefe nmero u-
no de la propaganda stallnista
en Europa
Uno de los estudiantes de la
famosa Universidad de Heidel-
berg, Max Bauer, nos informo
asi de la amenaza de Elsler:
"Me he estado ganado la vi-
da y mis estudios haciendo Ua-
oucciones para los norteameri-
canos. Adems, tengo que ma.i-
tener a mi madre, que vive e)
a zona oriental de Berlin. Ai
hora ella me dice que los ce-
niuhisias han anunciado qua
van a llevar a cabo procesos
como el de Nuremberg" y que
todos los que hayan trabajare
para los belicistas occidentales
imperialistas sern enviados a
Siberia, cinco aos por cada
uno que hayan servido a ks
norteamericano. Qu vamos a
hacer?"
Una investigacin demuestra
que las personas mayormente a-
menazadaa son a q u e l las cjue
pertenecen a lo que los comu-
nistas llaman "La guardia ne-
gra norteamericana", una ora
nizacln que tiene sus oficinas
principales detrs de la biblio-
teca universitaria. Est Integra-
da por varios miles de hombres
rtclutados por el ejrcito nor-
teamericano como auxiliaras.
Estos hombres alemanes y
refugiados de distintos pases
bajo el dominio comunista
\irten uniformes negros con-
cascos azules. Estn armaaos
con carabinas y prestan servi-
cios en la carreteras, aerdro-
mos, depsitos militares y. ofi-
cinas postales. Los tcnicos nor-
teamericanos los emplean tam-
bin para diversos servicios, Ol-
mo escribientes, mecnicos, a*
yudantes mecnicos, cocineros
etc.
"Hemos odo esta amenaza",
nos dijo uno de ellos. "Y ia
temamos en serlo Todo el m un-
co sabe que si los rusos se n-
poderan de toda Alemania .c-
varia a cabo esos procesos cue
anuncian, acusndonos de cola-
boradores' de los occidentales.
Pero es hasta ahora que saje-
mos la pena que nos amenaza.
Y por supuesto, el canciller A-
oenauer y los otros polticos o6
Bonn sena ahorcados como fas-
cistas".
Segn se dice, los alemn-!*
que han estado trabajando pa-
ra los occidentales durante los
ltimos cinco aos tendrn una
alternativa: la de renunciar a
sus cargos y adherirse al par-
tido comunista.
de .
Cyatex eatlaiacer a uated completa-
mente y aera la medicina que uatad
necealta. Pida Cyatex hoy mlamo
aa eti far-
* vortU.'"
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MARTES, MARZO 20. 1951
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDCPENDIENTB
PAGINA TRB3
Huelga de obreros de Irenes
y autobuses mantiene a Parfe
paralizada por segundo da
PARIS, Marzo 20 (UP)La ,ro aproximadamente 300 omnl-
huelga de obreros de omnibus y
trenes subterrneos man tuvo
esta capital paralizada por se-
gundo dia consecutivo .pero loa
parisienses encontraron la si-
tuacin ms aliviada debido a
que el Gobierno est haciendo
circular omnibuses en servicio
de emergencia y hay mayor n-
meros de trenes subterrneo*
funcionando.
Hoy fue el segundo dia que
los omnibuses municipales no
han aparecido en las calles, pe-
buses de empresas privadas, e
Igual nmero de camiones del
ejrcito, conducidos por solda-
dos, estn prestando servicio en
las principales calles y aveni-
das de la ciudad.
La Corporacin Municipal in-
form que 34 trenes del "Me-
tro" (subterrneos) estn pres-
tando servicio en 14 lineas en
donde slo funcionaron ayer 14
trenes. Algunos trenes pasan
cada diez minutos y otros ca-
da 45, pero todos van atestados.
Se estudian los problemas
que afectan a los Turistas
LAKE SUCCESS, Marzo 20
(USS) Diversos asuntos, des-
ee las formalidades fronterizas
hasta la unificacin de slgi.os
para carreteras, sern consi-
derado en la quinta reunin de
la Comisin de Transpone y
Comunicaciones de las Nacio-
nes Unidas, la cual se Inicia
hoy aqu.
La Comisin, d la cual t:t-
man Darte delegados de quir.ee
naciones, es un organismo rtil
C o n s ejo Econmico y Social.
Discutir, entre otras cosas, un
EL HIJO No. 21.La seor Lulu MeParland. de Grreley. Co-
lorado, necesita de una sumadora elctrica para llevar la cumia
de sus hijos. En la fotografa 1 vemos con su ltima hija, Vel-
nu Lee, la nmero 21 en 26 aos de matrimonio. La seora Mc-
Farland tiene 43 aos de edad y pesa 130 libras, v dice que es muy
bueno tener bastantes hijo*, pero 21 va es abusar._________
En Abril habr un enlace
ferroviario directo entre
la China Roja Indochina
Por F. K Wu
(N. A. N. A. i
HONG KONG, marzo 20.
i EPS' Para fines de aoiil
podrn transportarse direc .l-
mente armamentos y otros jj-
ministros soviticos para las
tropas comunistas de Ho CM
Minti en Indochina, cuando se
haya terminado el ltimo tra-
mo del ferrocarril continental
que .unir a Mnanlng y Chen-
nan-Kwau. despus de correr u-
na distancia de ciento sesenta
kilmetros en la provincia de
Kwangsi, en l sudoeste, segn
informes dignos de crdito que
se "nan recibido aqu.
Esta linea troncal partir de
Manchuli, cerca de la fronte-
ra de la Rusia sovitica, y se
entender directamente hasta
Chennan-Kwan, poblacin fron-
teriza cerca de Indochina. T.
suministros pasarn por Pelun.
Hankow, Heng-Yang, Kwelln y
Nannlng-
Hasta ahora, la mayora de
los suministros son enviados a
las fuerzas comunistas, del Viet
Minh desde ctiWrss rogares de
la. China. Dichos suministres
comprenden fusiles, granadas
de mano, morteros, ametralla-
doras" y provisiones de toca. A-
dems, ms de treinta mil sol-
dados del Viet Minh fueron so-
metidos recientemente a adies-
tramiento militar a cargo de
instructores soviticos y china,
en Nannlng y Chennan-Kwan.
Un miembro del servicio de
Informacin militar de los na-
cionalistas dijo que unos trein-
ta mil comunistas chinos han
sido Integrados en el ejrcito
del Viet Minh desde el pasado
diciembre, mientras que el a-
diestramiento de las tropss
"vietminhesas" en Indochme
estaba bajo la direccin de np
general chino llamado Chuang
Tlen, quien recibi adiestra-
miento en la guerra de guerri-
llas en Mosc. El general
C'nuang se encuentra de regreso
a Chennankwan con otros treta
ta mil "voluntarios" listos pu-
ra atacar a Indochina cuando
el Kremlin asi se lo Indique
Adems, el general Chen
Keng. Jefe delegado del Segun-
do Ejrcito, tiene el decimo-
cuarto y decimoquinto ejrcito.;
destacados a lo largo de la
frontera de las provincias de
Yunnn y Kwangsi, prontas a
atacar a Indochina a la meter
indicacin, si bien actualmen-
te Pekn est concentrando sus
esfuerzos en la guerra coreana
Son incorrectos los redemos
rumores de que los tres ejrci-
tos mencionados se habian tras-
ladado al norte para unirse a
os que combaten en Corea, ya
que dichos ejrcitos fueron en-
viados para habrselas con 'as
guerrillas comunistas en el su-
ceste de Kwangsi, dijeron per-
sonas llegadas de Nannlng.
Nuestros informantes dijeio'i
que los planes originales de los
comunistas eran los de invadir
toda la Indochina para fine:,
de marzo, pero dichos plants
han sido trastornados por as
victorias de las Naciones Uni-
das en Corea, as como por ta
La cooperacin de
E.U. aumenta con
varias naciones
DURHAM. Carolina del Nor-
te marzo (U8IS1 El verdade-
ro significado de la poltica ex-
terior de los Estados Unidos es
que est produciendo creciente
cooperacin y comprensin en-
tre las naciones del mundo ha
declarado el Subsecretario de
Estado James E. Webb.
Con esta creciente coopera-
cin, el mundo libre llegar a
ser tan fuerte que la situacin
mundial no podr ser puesta
fuera de balance por el poderlo
de la Unin Sovitica, y dismi-
nuir asi el, peligro de guerra
dijo Webb en una reunin de
banqueros que tuvo lugar en
esta ciudad.
El Subsecretario explico que
las naciones amantes*de la li-
bertad han alcanzado ya un
mejoramiento de las condicio-
nes mundiales, tanto militar
jomo econmicamente.
Dijo que las Naciones Unidas
del Atlntico del Norte han es-
tablecido ya fundaciones para
una estructura de defensa con
la cual 'podrn evitar la ame-
cesa en Indochina. Creen iue
puede que Ho Chl Minh d co-
mienzo a otra ofensiva en ma-
yo cuando se haya terminado
el ltimo tramo del ferrocarril
afortunada contraofensiva fra.- continenal.
. WHISKY CANADIENSE
2fyaa& en &n> e/mn^>
naza de guerra mundial si le
damos nuestro pleno apoyo", y
agreg:
"Nosotros y otras 52 naciones
que cooperan con los Estados
Unidos, hemos aceptado el re-
to en Corea, donde ms de 700,-
000 bajas entre los norcoreanos
y los comunistas chinos estn
demostrando que la agresin
no paga".
Al tratar sobre la cooperacin
econmica entre las naciones
libres del mundo. Webb se re-
fiere al Programa del Punto
Cuatro del Presidente Truman
como "la visin americana del
camino hacia un mundo me-
jor." Dijo que 352 tcnicos ame-
ricanos estn trabajando ya en
35 pases en desarrollo del pro-
grama y que se han recibido so-
licitudes de ayuda de otras 40
naciones".
No te aflija! Nunca sufrirs
de los diente* si usas, desde ahora,
la Crema Dental Kolynoa! .
Kolyno. proteger tus diente.,
desde el principio, contra las
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de las dolorosaa picadura. Con-
sulate y dile a tu mam que
compre Kolynoa hoy mismo!
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dioda.
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Domingo antes del medioda del Jue-
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informe en el que se muestra
el progreso que se ha realizado
hacia la reduccin y simplifica-
cin de las formaldades de pa-
saportes y fronteras.
George P. Baker asistir a la
teunln en su carcter de ic-
presentante de los Estados Uni-
dos en la Comisin. Cuatro ase-
sores irn con l.
En el temarlo figuran, en'.e
otras cuestiones, el fomento de!
transporte vial' internacional y
sus problemas, asuntos que a-
fectan a los turistas, y el trans-
porte de artculos peligroso,.
En su estudio el mtodo p.-
ra la unificacin de los regla-
mentos de trnsito, la Comi-
sin discutir tpicos-de intt.c-
directo para los conducores de
vehculos a motor de todas p-r-
tes; se tratar igualmente dr-
a cuestin de las seales ele
trnsito y del problema de ui.a
variedad de reglas que afec-
tan las licencias de manejo
Un proyecto importante de
a Comisin es el establecimien-
to de un sistema mundial di
Lignos y seales para los cami-
nos. Anteriormente se ha
formado a la Comisin qin
sola podra obtenerse, tras
' largo perodo, agregndose
no son "Irreconciliables" la
lerenda entre el tipo europej
de signos, basado en simb-
| y el tipo usado en los Estado i
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/ASINA CUATRO
" It PANAMA MtIC'i DARIO" ITOWBTOIENTt
MARTES, MARZO M, lili
.
Al Intituto Doraz hace un
donativo la Chiriqu Land
Co, para brindarle *u apoyo
BOQUETE, marzo 19. rre*ponsal>. El prestigioso
colegio Instituto Doraz de esta
ciudad, logra una prueba ms
de confianza al recibir aprecia-
ble ayuda econmica de la Chi-
riqu LanP" Co.. exteriorizada en
la siguiente carta: "Puerto Ar-
muelles 14 de marzo de 1951.
Biflor don Luis Osear Miranda
O., Director del Instituto Doraz,
Bpouete. Relimado seor: En
vfifild de ue la empresa que
represent* participa por espon-
tnea roluntad del espritu de
cooperacin que inspira toda
obra de aljcntp y de progreso
para el pas y de que en el
clejio que usted preside con
acierto e vierte un magnifi-
co inters tendiente a conse-
guir que florezcan esos fines,
mediante la educacin y la cul
tura de la Juventud confiad
a su cuidado, tengo el honor
de acompaarle a usted con 1%
presente comunicacin un che-
que por la cantidad de dos-
cientos balboas Bs. 200.00 coi
que la Chlriqui Land Co. en
esta ocasin contribuye al sos-
tenimiento del Instituto Doraz,
en cuya* aulas se plasma esa
simptica realidad. De Ud. Atto.
y 8. S, (fdo.) R. A. Holcome,
suh-gerente de la Chlrlijui Land
Co".
t* Reina de las Arenas ser
........
coronada el Sbado eu Chame
351 Pomingo 11 de los corrien-
te! se efectu en la poblacin
t phame el ltimo escrutinio
para escoger la Reina de las
Arenas, resultando triunfado-
ra a simptica seorita Denia
del C. Alba, con una cantidad
de 34.400 votos.
Denla la. ser coronada el
(lia 24 de Marro: 8bado de
Gloria, en la poblacin de
Chame.
Denla, la., con su sonrisa pri-
mavera! sabr traer al pbli-
co y 1 pueblo panameo a la
fioblacln q> Chame, en donde
b. simpticas Chamenltas los
5tendern con los brazos a-
iertos.
La Orquesta Hermanos Paz,
Jue amenizar estos actos, brill-
arn al pueblo panameo un
rato de placer y distraccin.
Su- Majestad nombr al 8r.
Digenes Ivaldl su Secretaiio
privado Las damas de honor de
8u Majestad, son seis bellas 'la-
mitas: Primera Dama, la Srta.
Eugenia Bellido, que se enear-
gar de cuidar los tesoros de
Su Majestad, Segunda Dama,
Jiilda Padilla, nombrada modis-
ta oficial del Reino; Tercera
Dama. Yolanda Morales, en-
cargada, de cuidar y vigilar los
alimentos de Su Majestad;
Cuarta Dama, Sara Denison, re-
cibir rdenes de la Primera
Dama de Honor para que en lie
a nuestro Gobierno 10,000 tone-
ladas de arena para que nos
haca, nuestra carretera al me-
lo de Chame, Quinta Dama.
Telma Padilla. Secretarla de
Bu Majestad; Sexta Dama, Tel-
ma Rlvas. recibir el cargo de
Enfermera Oficial del Reino.
Sern las colera* de Su Ma-
jestad las graciosas niitas Mi-
ritza Muo, Isi'r Yamira Cor-
Nacen excitativa
los natariegos
los turistas
*Los natariegos excitan a que
en las peregrinaciones de Se-
mana Santa visiten a la ciudad
de Nata, donde e conserva la
reliquia mi* antigua del Conti-
nente Americano representado
n su Baslica que guarda te-
soros de sabor y colorido colo-
nial, como el pelcano ave gi-
gantesca de plata labrada, que
data de 1752 y su altar de la
Pursima inaugurado en 1751,
donde en esto* dia* se levanta
si Santo Monumento, que a cu
devocin mstica se aunan el
arte que la fe inspira el co-
misionado que pone en su arre-
glo don Hctor Juan Tejada,
por recomendacin que le hi-
cVera el Presbtero Baldomero
Carlos, cura de eta Parroquia
en el ao 194,
Segn manifestaciones del Ba-
tor Tejada esle monumento
ue lo viene arreglando sin in-
terrupcin desde hace 37 aos
gara debido a impedimentos de
gu avanzada edad el ltimo y
uiere cerrar dedicndole a la
lemorla de don Hctor Cont
ermdez, ilustre hijo de Nata.
Elige directiva
an club social de
Bocas del Toro
ALMIRANTE, marzo 16. Correo). El Club Social de
fita poblacin eligi su nueva
unta directiva, en animada se-
ain verificada para el efecto.
| Club Social de Almirante e*
I primer centro social de la
Provincia.
La nueva directiva qued for-
Bada asi: presidente. P. S. Hec-
lpeon, vicepresidente ascendi-
do; vicepresidente, Tefilo Ai-
Vanado; segundo vlce-preslden-
t*. Rober H. Sanger; tercer vl-
e-presldente, Rosle Campbell y
secretarlo-tesorero. Vicente Va-
lladares (reelecto).
Este club est formado por
todos los empleados de prime-
ra clase de la Chiriqu Land
Co.. sin distingos de naciona-
lidad. Para los das patrios pa-
nameos y das festivos nacio-
nales el Club Social de Almi-
rante organiza actos especiales
en homenaje a las fiestas na-
cionales panameas y eventual -
mente le da oportunidad a los
extranjeros para que celebren
la* fecha* memorable; de uc
respectivos pases.
doba, Doria Mercedes Aguilar,
Deyanira y Magdalena Ferrer.
Regarn flores al paso de Su
Majestad las ninltas Eddy Pe-
drechl, Onelda J- Ortega, Mell
za Echevers, Melzlna Ortega. O-
malda L. Ortega y Neila Edlih
Bertonclne. Paje de Su Ma
j estad ser el Nio Alejandro
Ortega.
Anunciarn la entrada de
Denla la., y su Corte, los he
raidos Diva Tulla MU y Fc:!"
cla Antadilla. Portar I coro-
na de Denla la- el nlito Carr
los Ferrer Jr
Denla la. llegar al pueblo
de Cham* el Sbado de Gloria
a las 12 del da, y se dirigir
inmediatamente al saln prin-
cipal del pueblo, en donde ella
y su corte le harn un brinii
a todo el pueblo de Chame.
Denla la. Invita a todo ej
pueblo panameo en general a
que pase las fiestas de la Re-
mana Santa en el nospltalio
y carioso pueblo de phamc y
a su vez por este medio extien-
de varias invitaciones asi:
A las Srtas. Garca y Teodo-
linda Rodriguez en Bejuco;
Srta. Flora ulntana, nomina-
da manlcurlsta oficial del Rti-
ne; a la Sra. Patita, propieta-
ria del Patio Sancarleo a su
itor padre, Mayor Rogelio AIjb
Jr. en Penonom, a su herma-
no RpgeJip Rafael Alba en An-
ton, a su amiga Elsa Stanzlcla
en Penonom; a su to Rafael
Alba. Capitn 2o. Jefe de 1
Seccin de Trnsito en Colon,
a sus amigos Mayos Pastor Ra-
mos. Chlarl, Maclas, PerneU; a!
Capitn Fierros de la Chorre-
ra, al Sub-Tenlente Alemr.n.
en Panam y a toda* sus an-
gas y compaeros de colegio, a-
ai como a todos los profesores
de su plantel y a sus directores.
Esta invitacin, quiere 8u Ma-
jestad, que se extienda a to-
da* aquellas persona que ep li-
na forma u otra le dieron su
bolo espontneo, lerndol al
triunfo.
Su Majestad agradece al Sr-
Cajar Escala y a su colabora-
dores las atenciones que nan
tenido para pon ella.
Bexie Rodrguez
va a la cabeza
dt un torneo
Paso a paso, el remado de
Azuero ha venido adquiriendo
inters y manifiesto entusiasmo
por parte de los pueblos de
Los Santos y Herrera. El quin-
to escrutinio celebrado en Pes,
que se caracteriz por un em-
peo de la* candldatas por me-
jorar en posiciones, dio la sor-
presa y el vaticinio que cop
mucho inters se esperaba. La
seorita Elda Carrizo de Oc,
y en su orden Bexie Rodriguez
de Chitr y Elba Edith Var-
gas, de Pes, ocuparon los tres
primeros puestos en el conteo
de votos.
Se aplaudi el escuerzo de
Santa Mara al colocar a la
seorita Matilde Tej en el
cuarto lugar. En fin, todo Indi-
ca que para el 31 del presen-
te mes, ltimo escrutinio, se
decidir en esta simptlea lu-
cha la ungida de Azuero.
A continuacin las posicio-
nes de las candidates, inclusive
el escrutinio de Pes:
Bexie Rodriguez, Chitr,
4l,m.
Elda Carrizo, Oc, 40,921.
Cita Croswhite. Lo* Santos,
Matilde Tello, Santa Mara,
14.043.
Betty Ortega, Macaracas, 13,-
806.
Mara del C. Cedpo, Laja-
mina. 12.4*9
Elba Edith Vargas, Pese, 12,-
271.
Edilma Espino L., Las Ta-
blas. 4.969.
Graciela Vargas. La* Minas.
4.7S5.
Carmen Soils, Pecri, 1,078.
Marta Elvira Admad, Perita.
2,225.
Celmlra Trajo*, Lo* Pobo*,
1,900.


EtaJp en ue ae encuentran los trabajos del Estadio de la ca dad 4* David iniciada* Mr la art al dmini*trcion. Baja la
direccln del Ministerio de Obras Pblicas se ha adelantado cere del sesenta por. ciento de la Ora. La it ue efreeeroos
a nuestros lectores fu temada en moment* en am el Ingenie ro Celso t'arponell, Ministre da Obra* PaWlca*, altaaba la ln-
veeein de la obra eu campa** de tcnico* y per*sn| de! MinUterlo ue prest errUlo* en la Provine! de CbiriguL
VERAGUAS, HERRERA Y PANAMA VENCIERON EN
EL TERCER ESCRUTINIO DEL REINADO TPICO NAL
V i\l \ i
La Provincia de Veraguas con
*u candidata Blanca Rosa Al-
cedo, con un aporte de 11.050
yotos; la Provincia de Herrera,
representada por la seorita
Martha 6pataora, con la can-
tidad de 9.150 votos y la Pro-
vincia de Panam, representa-
da por Ja seorita Yolanda A.
Loalza con 2,800 votos ocuparon
los tres primeros puestos en el
tercer escrutinio del Reinado
Tpico Nacional efectuado re-
cientemente.
NORMAS
'Le* Corresponsales acker*
ceirse a isa ms desapasiona
daa nom-4* sMja*i*it*as U*i
euviar al PsHsJkt las **t
y noticia* mas taterssaauat u
afecten a la esmonidad En ab
soluto se (rata de una sport
s)i>d ssrs hacer determinad*
campabas polticas.
Varios actos se
celebrarn en
Palmas Bellas
PALMAS BELLAS, marzo 10.
ircsi. Con numerosos actos
ser celebrada la Semana San-
ta en la poblacin de Chagres.
La sociedad femenina pro-Cha-
gres. ha preparado un extenso
firograma para el Viernes San-
o y Sbado de Gloria. Es de
esperarse en estos dia* un sin
numero de visitantes, en los
das mencionados a la pobla-
cin chagrea. ya que es la
nica poblacin costea que
desde poca* coloniales presen-
ta este acto religioso. Tambin
iiemos sido informados que pa-
ra el Sbado de Gloria se ha
preparado un gran paseo a la
poblacin de Palma* Bellas, en
donde los visitantes podrn a-
Sredar uno de los mejores pa-
oramas costeo* y gozar de la
deliciosa brisa nortea, y que
cubre de uno a otro extremo
de la Inmensa playa, asi como
juego de softball entre los equi-
pos representativo* de Chagres
y Palmas pellas, y para fina-
Habr festival en
Santiago a favor
de una candidata
El Sbado de Gloria, la ciu-
dad de Santiago ser centro de
grandes festividades. Sobresal*
entre ellas, un festival que los
muchos simpatizantes de la
candidatura de la gentil daml-
ta. seorita Elda Carrizo en el
Remado de Azuero. le tributa-
rn con motivo de su actuacin
en ese certamen.
Este festival revestir singu-
lar importancia. Invitaciones
estn circulando y por este me-
dio la seorita Carrizo, dada su
eipular simpata las hace ex-
nslva a toda* sus amistades
y simpatizadores de la ciudad
capital. Dos orquestas ameniza-
rn este festival. Los visitantes
a Santiago tendrn la grata
oportunidad de gqzar una fies-
ta, muy digna a |a persona p_
gasajada, seorita Elda Carrizo.
llzar con broche de oro, la so-
ciedad mencionada tendr en
la noche del mismo sbado un
baije amenizado por una or-
questa de la ciudad capital.
LA
DENTICIN
DEL BEBE
no debera preocuparla
No y que psiar aseses an vela, ao se experimentan periodos
safuttiaiei f si pffca asta liare d 4mrdtntt en los casos en que
tiene Vil. Polvos Ashtoa & Parsons pan Bebs a mano. Las
madres de todas partes de) mundo han comprobado que eatoa
tolvas son suavizadores y refrescantes cuando el beb est de mal
uaur a causa de la denticin y, sata todo, son ABSOLUTA-
MENTE SEGUROS.
Polvos Matricaria
MAICA
ASHTON PARSONS
Segn el cmputo de los tres
escrutinios efectuados, la* pro-
vincias de Herrera, Veraguas y
Bocas del Toro, continan a la
cabera del certamen. Se asegu-
ra que la fuerte amenaza de la
Provincia de Veraguas al ganar
el escrutinio pasado puede con-
siderarse como una efectiva de-
mostracin de fuerzas, aunque
otros aseguran que es en las
provincias de Colon, Coci, Chi-
riqu, Los Santos y Darin don-
de estar el "gallo tapado" que
decidir el torneo.
E*te reinado ha despertado
pn entusiasmo Inusitado, ep to-
da la ciudadana, como lo com-
prueba la gran cantidad de
personas que presencian los es-
crutinio* en Ion alones de la
Confederacin Interiorana, Ave.
8 No. 4fJ (altos de la Nueva
Campana).
El lo. de abril tendr lugar
la decisin final de este certa-
men y se asegura que todas
las candldatas han venido a-
cumulando upa gran reserva
para definir ese da su posi-
cin ya sea adquiriendo e|
tflunfo o colocndose en los
primeros lugares del torneo.
Para maana mircoles, con
carcter especial se cita a to-
das las candldatas a una Im-
portante reunin que ae efec-
tuar en la escuela Nicols Pa-
checo a las ocho de la noche,
para tratar asuntos de espe-
cial inters.
Muy concurrido se
halla Penonom
para la 1 Santa
PENONOM. marzo 20.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam,
Con fervor de pueblo tradl-
cionalist y religioso v|ene Pe-
nonom observando estos das
conmemorativos de la pasin
del Redentor, y es enorme la
asistencia a loa diversos cul-
tos y es inmensa y devota la
multitud que acompaa noche
tras noche a las imgenes dp
la paslp en procesin por las
calles y avenidas de la ciudad.
Dada la fama de la Semana
Santa en Penonom, el pueblo
est siendo visitado por cen-
tenares de personas de la ciu-
dad da Panam y de pueblos
y campos interioranos. La igle-
sia se ve colmad frecuente-
mente y las gentes acuden a
escuthar la acra palabra del
Reverendo Padre Yurramendl,
sacerdote jesuta que est Ilus-
trando la opinin catlica des-
de e| pulpito sagrado. El cura
prroco de Penonom y Vicario
de Corl Reverendo Jos Ser-
gio Lpez, est siendo asistido
por do* sacerdotes m* de a-
cuerdo con la Importancia de
estos das. Encantadoras mu-
chacha* de |a ciudad de Pana-
m lucen sus atrayente* gra-
cia* por los parque* y paseo
del pueblo y es notoria la ani-
macin de la ciudad en estos
dis.
Penonom tiene para el visi-
tante la ventaja de la hospita-
lidad de sus gentes, la delicia
de su clima, la placida* d* su
famosos balnearios, La variedad
de sus frutos y productos y la
belleza de su* panorama*. Se
ere qqe 1 asistencia a la pro-
cetln del Viernes Santo sobre-
psala en mucho a los otros
pueblos interioranos.
Corresponsal Cont
pra la* s**io*
Feliz viaje le deseamos a la
seorita Cita Croshite, candi-
data g Reina de Azuero, quien
parti para Los Santos en com-
fiafua de la seorita Olga de
a Hoz y otros familiares.
Neddy Nestle dice:
Srvalo con
EVERREADYde NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Lecjie
Se prepara al i*tU
en la Usa.
CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Nota musical.
4AprlvO, situacin difcil.
9Nombre de mujer.
13Voz de hombre.
14Entrego.
15Hijo de un hermana P
hermana.
17Deidad pagana.
19Animal parecido al ciervo.
20Comarca fabulosa.
21Prenda de mujer. <
23Con afinacin.
25Porcin de agua roded de
tierra.
27Extremo puntiagudo.
28Dialecto provenzal.
29Escuela MunWP! prerg.
Inie.
30Igual al 31 horizontal.
aiExtremidad de las aves.
sArticulo.
31Del ver aparar.
34Arbole* filamentoso*.
36 De patas iguales.
37Espanto.
38Adinerado.
39Propietarios.
4Pr-Gruea.
42Criada de las reina*.
45aladar preciosa.
4fiExtremidades digital**.
41Gracia especial.
49Terminacin de diminutivo.
50Se atreviera.
51 Afresis de ghor.
VERTICALES:
IPosesivo, Pl.
2Metal precioso.
s-^Ttrleo, owibrio.
4Acierte.
5Del verbo penar,
flLa unidad.
'-fcstra griega,
gOrfebre, platero.
9Quiere con adoracin.
10Impar.
11 Persona encargada de educar
a un nio,
lgDesafo.
18 Apcope de cinematgrafo.
20Roca de color verdoso con
rayas amarilla*.
21pior blanca,
22Ramilletes.
23Instrumento de lpbranra,
24Pena fsica o moral.
25Puesta de lo* astros.
27Para arar la tierra.
30Tmido, corto de genio.
9l-Hostlgado.
S3Buey sagrado de los
egipcios.
34Mar europeo.
31Pabelln de la* idos.
37Hace masa.
39Ave de rapia.
40-Rio d Blfierja.
41-JMtneaT av.
4jombre de mujer
43Dio* de la mitologa sean-
dlnava-
4 Nqmbre de mujer. ,
47-EgJate. ,
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3a33u JJJ
iimiinfi 'v.M'i'i
t ir.irtiif nrann iro
mn witnr.i uiiM
rnnni ran'* crai
WHJ i.-1f.
^'iMRnuriri EirjrM
ri^n nnn r-inriMn
UVJLiLl UUlilJ fciULJ
J JfJIJ'JU U'JUIJU.J
lHUlf'l I 1-llll'l'lr I
flH'.lr- r-lMtlMfl
No podr abrir tn
mayo la escuela
de Palmas Bellas
PALMAS 3JJLLAS, marao II
RCS. Por falta de mate-
ria) y personal, ae presume que
la escuela que la actual Ad-
ministracin est realizando en
esta poblacin, no preste ser-
vicia en el posa de mayo pr-
ximo. Segn informe obtenido
por este corresponsal, la falta
de puertas, ventanas, marcos y
otros materiales Impiden la
continuacin rpida de la obra,
por estas circunstancias no
puede aumentarse el personal
empleado en la construccin de
la misma. Tambin fue Infor-
mado ste, que el piso de la
escuela ser de cemento y no
de "mosaico", como se habia
informado.
Dej de existir
Gustavo Amador
Garca tn Santiago
SANTAOO, marep n 4* iMl
Dej de existir 1 dia de hoy
en epta poMapin 1 seor Qus-
tavo Amador 0rea, elemento
distinguido de esta sociedad y
quien ha prestado apredable
servicios 1 pas, como el da
participar en el movimiento
separatista y haber desempe-
ado cargo* importantes en los
ortanos ejecutivo* y Judieial- W
fallecimiento de don Gustavo
Amador ha consternado esta i
poblacin, por el aprecio y sim-
pata qqe e na h*cho acreedor
y *er distinguido hijo de *lt*>'
ciudad. Presen tamo* nuestra
ms sentida condolencia a to*
dos su* /amillara*.
t srrsssansal Cajar Eses!.
El buen
automovilista
respeta bs
derechos de
o+m. ^
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to PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
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HORAS i |:N II ;M a.m.
Aparta** 1|4
"f / Gobierno Argentino ha librado una
guerra de guerrillas contra La Prensa"
a San Jos de Costa Rica ti
gr. iamael MunMa. Gerenta de
li> 20th Century Fox, a quipn
despedimos muy atentamente.
Para 'a Habana
Un fe)lz viaje deseamos ai Ur
Manuel Ulrvldes y ara. Lo.r.a
Lacayo de Clrvide, quien* \tf
U vi area siguieron para La
Habana, Cuba._____
Para Miami
Despedimos a la Bra. Isabfl
de Wolff quien acompaad de
sus sobrinas Srtas. Maritza y
Annette Alfaro y de 1 3ra.
VJIma Aroaemena, sigue hoy \,i-
ra Miami, Fia.
Para 1m EsUdes UnitJss
A pasar una temporada al
lado da sus hijas sigue para os
astados Unido* la era. Petra or
V*quez. L despedimos y esje-
romos tenga una grata perma-
nencia al lado de los suyos.
rara Caata Rica r*WI De Costa Rica
En viaje ue .^reo sigui pa- Nuestra cordial bienvenida
Aniversario MatriaaaeU*
Celebran ea esta facha el a-
niversarlo de su matrimonia t.1
*r. Lionel Moses y Sra. Ligia
Soto del Moses. Para-silos nuca
tri felieitacionea en esta grata
ocasin.
Psame ,,
A la avanzada edad fallado
ayar en stantlago de Veraguas
i sr. Ous&vo Amador. Nuestra
ms sentida espreslon da to.t-
dolencla para todoa sus deuons
muy eapeelelmente para *u
lijos ti Dr. Abel Domen y era
Blanca A de Gmez v para Us
BrUs. Mtcaellta. Maria. Con-
suelo, Judith e Ida Amador.
Para Nneva Yerlt
Grato paseo deseamos al r.
Eduerdo Healy y Bra- Berta 9-
de Healy, Quienes siguieron va-
l Nueva York donde pasaran
un mes de vacaciones.
I
LA REINA DE LA CAA PE AWCAB.Aet* de la coronaria
de Su Majestad N|la Primara. Reina de I Canana de Asacar,
en momento en ane recibe la paren emblematise de manas
it I e*-Reina Aleida Primera en la ciudad 4* Pas.

Dr. SERGIO GONZALEZ R.
-- -OCULISTA
CLNICA: Avert* Central No. US
j
para el Dr Alexis Agero quien
procedente de Ban Jos de Cos-
a Ros se encuentra en esta
ciudad como husped del Ho-
tel El Panam-
D la* Estada* Unidas
El gr. Hoomes Rich, Miem-
bro prominente de la Asocia-
cin Paul Smith S. A. de Mi-
mi. Pa. quienes en compaa
de Arengo y Lyons construye-
ron el Hotel El Panam, se en-
cuentra entre nosotros. Para l
nuestro saludo de bienvenida.
De Bogot
Hospedado en el Hotel El Pa-
nam ae tneuentra en asta- ca-
pital el gr. Enrique Barrete- ur i-
cedente de Bogot, Col.
De Caata BlcaT"
Despus de corta permai.cn-
cla en Costa Rica regresaron a
Panama las Srgs. Nancy Q Je
J1 abroga y Mary q, e Oalncc
Psrs Santa ciara
Acompaada de sus nios si-
gui para Santa Ciara a pasa:
U Semana Santa la Sra; fi.
mira A. de Esslldsen.
Enfermes
Formulamos votos por el
pionto restablecimiento del Sr.
John eulllngworth, quien se u*-
Panlm hWp,t,Wwd en el
Ha Ingresado al Hospital Par
am en busca de alud ej r
Fiias Cohen, a quien v.s
AM rpida y completa mejora
Sufre de quebrantos de salud
", residencia la pre. Mar-
cela L. de de Haseth. Nos com-
placer poder .notar en bre/e
ni completo restablecimiento '
Restablecido
Con suma complacencia anc-
lamos el restablecimiento dri
?' uU Barrido quien abai.-
??? HosPltal Panam Honda
estuvp recluido por varios dios.
Cumleaos de Her
Sra. carmen P. de Van j.-r
Hans
rs. Lur. R de Quijano
r Francisco Fibre
Nia Alicia Ztes Jurado
Cumplrae de Maana
Or, Alfonso Preciado
Dr. Amadeo V. Maate||ari
Joven Ricardo Ernesto Sed 3
rraT ^^ T*Pl* de *"'"'
De Regreee
Hoy lleg a Panam, proce-
dente de la Repblica de Hi
SW& Mhn -quisimos puJei v
pus-don pft*ror til vn sanUpmn...
VA*
^-T*~^ *l.e.r..leh.
M cetina- une* I lnv**- lis ,
Sab
e mejor i
t

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CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
De todos los pases del orbe
se escuchan duras crticas
al acto del presidente Pern
earagua, donde estuvo aten-
diendo asuntos relaeUmsddS con
Jas actividades de su compaa,
el sefior Gardner A- Mywca.
Cerente da le Chlriqul Laud
Company en Panam. La pre-
sentamos un cordial saludo ae
bienvenida.
Ue Washington
Presentamos un saludo ai s>>
or Don V. T- Mais, agente tie
Ja Chiriqu Land Company n
ja ciudad de Panam, quien a-
caba de regresar de Washing-
ton, donde se encontraba dis-
frutando de sus vacaciones.
Serenata
Anoche le fu llevada a snj
residencia del Parque Lefevva
Una serenata por un grupo nu-
meroso de colegas 1 Profesor
Antonio Aldrete con motivo t
cumplir hoy el mejor de fus
dias. El Sr. Aldrete agradeeltn-
oo ese testimonio de amistad
atendi a sus amigos con una
Improvisad lestecita-
Enferma
Ayer Ingres a} Hospital San-
to" Toms" la simptica y ills-
tingulda Srta. Nelly M. Roth Q,
a recibir tratamiento medies,
facemos votos por su pronto
restablecimiento.
El Teatro Central
ofrece desde el
Jueves pgma. doble
El Jueves, se presentar en el
Teatrq Central el tradicional
gran doble programa de Semana
Santa, y esta vee se presentara
el estreno de la pelcula "Irma
se "Desenreda" con John Lund.
la bellsima Corine Calvert, Dia-
na Lynn, adema "Bl General
Muri al Amanacer" con Gary
Cooper, Madeleina Carrol &
Akim Tamirof. Es un doble dg
lo ms bien cofmpinado, en "Ir-
ma se desenreda" encontrara
comicidad, alegra y sobresaltos,
y ep "El General Muri al Ama-
necer" drama, aventura y ac-
ejn.
CITACIN
a los depositantes do I Banco Fiduciario
U Comisin de Depositantes del Banco Fidu-
ciario invita por tste medio a todos los depositan*
tes a uaa reunin que tendr lugar hoy a las 7
p-m, en el Soln de Actas del edificio de la Cmara
dt Comercio, situado en esta ciudad en las Aveni-
das Cuba y Ecuador.
Panam, Marzo 20 de 1951
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
APARATOI, ACCESORIOS Y SUBSTANCIAS PARA I.OS
LABORATORIOS DE LA INIVER8I0AD DC PANAMA
Hasta las 11 s.m. del die 11 de abril de 1951. s recibirn
propuestas para el suministro de aparatos, accesorios y subs-
tancias para les laboratorios de la Universidad de Panam.
La especificaciones se podrn obtener en el Departamento
de Contabilidad, Materiales y Compras.
Alberto de Saint Malo.
Decano Encargado de la Rectora
Panam. 18 de marro de 1951.
de Laxe
da lujo a sus unas y su
precio no os un lujo
Cute* ae Laxe Nail Briljncr w
# revelaeMn! Tieae udu !
cuslidaees da W ului ae niii
mes cmo% a mucho menos precio.
EaeiMIe raaa* aaaaada aplica-
ba, como lo* mii lujoso eunilles.
El aunalte permanece bellsimo dai
T dlaa. Ni se agrieta ai a* o]**prradr.
H9 Irrita la piel. Nhiatos -
ttrasanles malices.
Quedar usted adsairacla coa)
dt Lixt
funaltt dt lu* a un troca m ata lu,
uct
KBVA VORK, Marzo 30 (UP)
El columnlsta Walter Wln-
chell dice, s| comentsr el caso
de,La Prensa de Buenos Aires,
que "Ja libertad no es limitada
or fronteras nacionales. Es tan
internacional como el sol. La
historia ha afirmado que ningu-
na naeln puede existir en el
vaco".
"Si Argentina pierde el pode-
roso smbolo de la libertad re-
presentado por La Prensa, tam-
bin priva a nuestra nacin de
otra fortaleza de la libertad".
LONDRES. Marzo 20 (UP)
El perldleo conservador "Lon-
don Dally Telegraph", al co-
mentar la intervencin del dia-
rlo La Prensa de Buenos Aires
ordenada por el Congreso Ar-
gentino, dOo: "Asi termina una
lucha de tres anos, en e) curso
de la cual La Prensa se defendi
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Tal M Aptde ISM
Felicitacin
La nia Amada Jan, hija
del hogar de den Jos. Jan y
seora Carmen de Jan, sum
ayer lunes un ao mas de vida.
Aunque algo tarde le hacemos
llegar a Amada nuestras feli-
citaciones.
Cumpleaos de hoy
La nia Rosita de Len Co-
luche celebra hoy sus natales.
Con tal motivo nos place fe;
licitarla.
(umpleanai. de maana
Celebra maana su onoms-
tico el nle Federico Gustavo
HaWlcins. hijo de los esposos
seor Federico Hawlflns y se-
ora Cristina de fiaw|cins. Que-
remos ser los primeros en feli-
citarlo.
Aniversario de matrimonie
Un ao ms d unin matri-
monial celebran maana los as-
posos Sr don Abraham Fran-
lcal y seora Uva de Frankel
Nuestros saludos eon tal mo-
tivo.
EL SEGUNDO PREMIO DE LOS LEONES.Una comisin del Club de Leones hiso entrega al
seor Rodolfo Riesen. Gerente del Jardn "El Ranche" de esta ciudad, de un automvil mar-
ca "enry J.", como poseedor del tiquete nmero 1681, correspondiente al segando premio el
sortea del demingo ltimo, a beneficio de Us clenlas infantiles.___________________--sasaasi
valientemente contra una serle
de ataques, uno de los cuales-el
boycot de los sindicatos obreros
auspiciados por el Gobierno-han
impedido la publcacln del dla-
io desde el 26 de Enero.
"El Gobierno Argentino ha li-
brado durante tres aos una
guerra de guerrillas contra la
prensa libre, y una extensa lista
de peridicos cay vetlma de
ella, antes de que se intensi-
ficara el ataque contra La
Prensa".
Del Club de Leones
Esta noche tiene el Club de
Leones de Coln una impor-
tante reunin por tratarse del
penltimo escrutinio para ele-
gir la reina que ha de repre-
sentar a dicho club en la con-
vencin que se efectuar en
Chorrera el prximo mes.
Por este medio se pide pun-
tual asistencia de todas los
miembros y todas las candida-
tas quedan formalmente invi-
tadas para que asistan a dicha
reunin. Se les pide a las can-
didate que depositen el ma-
yor numera de votes para ser
contados. Entre las candidates
se encuentran las siguientes se-
oritas: Xenia Bertoncini, Mi
rizin Gonzlez. Mara Orimaldo
Federica Ouardia.
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 20 (UP)
El "Wall Street Journal", en
un articulo titulado "Muere un
diario", firmado por William H.
Chambern y publicado en la
pgna edltoral. dice al final: "El
destino de La Prensa de Buenos
Aires muestra cuan desacertado
se ha estado durante las largas
y tediosas deliberaciones de la
Convencin de Libertad de In-
formacin propuesta en las Na-
ciones Unidas.
"Muchos de los participantes
en esas deliberaciones dieron la
impresin de estar mas intere-
sados principalmente en introdu
cir en la Convencin justifica-
ciones para restreelones. y no en
sentar los simples requisitos de
una genulna libertad de infor-
macin".
"Estos pre-requisitos podran
resumirse en un documento ex-
traordinariamente corto que di-
jera "ningn peridico ser su-
jeto a ninguna clase de coac-
cin e Ingerencia del Estado, y
ningn periodista efectuando
sus gestones" legales quedar, su-
jete a ninguna forma de pre-
sin o discriminacin o censu-
ra, exeepto cuando se apliquen
evdentes conslderacones de se-
gurdad militar".
SAN JUACS, PR- Marzo 20 P.)El "Diario de Puerto Rico",
en un editorial declar que "du-
rante cuatro aos el Gobierno
de Pern parece dedicado a un
programa de ataque contra los
granres diarios de Buenos Ai-
res."
"Ante la protesta genergl de
la opinin pblica mundial en
Europa y Amrica, y ante la po-
slbildad de que el atropello con-
tra La Prensa sea planteado en
las Naciones Unidas, el Gobierno
W REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
Di Plstico Duradero
en Coloros Hermosos
ll'ACM
os
tsmiie
(ORATIII Pi el equate grande de
iMuUia de Sroo conteniendo un
cuchara Hada- Qbicaible ea seis
strsctlvo colores. Y entonces a
su familia todo lee diss este tnico
laaentirir riso ea vitaminas y pre-
psrado cUntifuamim. Is recomen-
dado por mucho mdicos. Pronto
Ue!. ver s w tamilis mes tuerte j ep
atejo* salud.
^EMUISION de SCOTT
* ,,.., AhmrntiQ -te Alto Energa
Peronista Intenta liquidar 1 8-
sutito usando la soberana del
Congreso para ahogar la liber-
tad de expresin simbolizada en
este caso sn la violacin abierta
ds la Constitucin Argentina y
los principios democrticos en
que han permitido a ese pas,
con omisin de la tirana de
Rosas, convertirse en una na-
cin noble y poderosa a travs
de 140 aos de historia".
CAIRO, Marzo 20 (UP)"The
Egyptian Gazette" coment edi-
torialmcnte la Intervencin del
diarlo La Prensa de Buenos Al-
res, ordenada por el Congreso
Argentino y dijo "nada de lo
que ha hecho el Gobierno Ar-
gentino ha provocado una In-
dignacin tan general como el
ataque a La Prensa".
CHICAGO. Marzo 20 (UP)El
peridico Tribune, en un edito-
rial sobre La Prensa de Buenos
Aires dijo por parte: "Lo que
ha sucedido a La Prensa podra
suceder acualquier peridico de
este pals si la Constitucin no
prohibiera al Congreso que a-
pruebe leyes que violen la liber-
tad de prensa.
"Podra suceder aqui si nues-
tros tribunales no tuvjergn el
poder para declarar Inconstitu-
cionales la decisiones del Con-
greso. Sinembargo. el peligro se
aproximar si el Poder Ejecuti-
vo de nuestro pas concierta con
organizaciones obreras la clase
de alianza que existe en Ar-
gentina, pues fu mediante la
manipulacin del os sindicatos
obreros como se acall la voz
de La Prensa".
cin de La Prensa, miehtraf
histrinlcamente sus lderes, ea
deliberaciones falaces han da-
do una monstruosa leccin, tn
esta Interdiccin que se ha con-
vertido en una hostilidad impla-
cable y un escndalo pblico.
DOLENCIAS
DI LA MUJK
LIMA, Marzo 20 (UP) El dia-
rio "La Crnica" comenta el ca-
so de La Prensa de Buenos Al-
res en la seccin "Notas de ac-
tualidad", y bajo el titulo 'Cul-
mina un gran atentado", dicien-
do que el "Congreso de Butnos
Aires ha aprobado la interven-
Sefiora! Seorita! Si eeda me susre.
L'd. dolores sgonitantea, aenHoaidasv
Labanmienio a causa, de desarregle):
nrional del organismo femeninas
debe trotarse. Cuanto mis preotsv
tanto mejor, pues eses desarregle*
orgnicos pueden causarle mayores
svlrinento si Ud. ae deaculds-
recuerde que loa calmantes quest
slo alivian el dolor temporalmen
no remedian 1 m:. Regulad*
Geaieira es afamado por sus exeSff
lente* resultados contra las cossif
gestiones y desarreglos funcie
aim del organismo propio eje 1st
eaujer. Este gran remedie no tos*
Bvta eso* dolores y malestares sis*
que temado de acuerdo cea) la*,
bis micciones ejerce un efecto desees
gestivo, tnico y regulador que haca
mucho bien al organismo. Libre*
eos sufrimiento*! Prote|a *u salud*.,
REGULADOR
Gesteira
FrmuU etal Or. J. Ceweira
EL DESODORANTE
VERDADERAMENTE EFICAZ
He aqu pui que es superior la
A ; >/ ODO-RO-NO.
st
Detiene rpidamente, sin peligro, el enele*.
Hare desaparecer inmediatamente el olor
del sudor.
Le ofrece completa proteccin de una s
fre daa.
No irrite Is piel normal-puede usarla a diario.
No mancha ai daa la ropa.
Nanea se seca ni se pone arenosa, como los
desodorante ordinarios.
7 No e grasosa, se desvanece como
"cold cream".
Uillonn it mujtrt uun comunsima It


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i.1.35 tola. Almacene TraaiaW-
va. _______________
II VINDINiClavaa. tukarm aa*a,
acara eceaelee., ir-Te leerla
alelede* aara cialaa raio.l eaae-
m, ravamano, aicutaeoi. ate
(at araciaa mat aajot aa alata.
AttINCIAS GLOBALIS. Via Eiaa-
aa llllllh Jan Franca. Tal.
'-'<__________________________________________
$E VENDE: Incubadoro elctrica
fel 9-0255.
tU JARDN Embellzcalo usando
abono de gallina. Para informes
Tel. 3-2555 Panomi de 7 o 8
a.m.__________________
O* BOCINA Pollos roios New
Hompshihres de 21; a 3 libras
Por* informes. Tal. 3-2555 Pana-
mi. 7 a 8 a.m.
*E VENDE:Una sierra gront con
motor, I HP. 25 ciclos, Tel. 3478
Balboa.
SE VENDE;Por viaje, gallinas fi-
nas, ponedoras, cralos y blancos,
a precio roionable. Pedrol, Villo-
loboi. Casa No. 7.___________
$E VENDE:Radio Gramfono Ze-
nith Console. Piano Baldwin Aero-
sonic. Proyector Bell & Howell So-
noro 16 mm. Radio Hammorlund
Super-Pro. Tel. 3-0701.
MISCELNEA
I. eROUWERPintor da cosa, con-
twtisfo. eonaeio* tcnicos, garan-
ta fjor jn ao. presupuestos grotis
Tal 2-1276
$. Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protiilo, lovndose
con
JAION A6UACATINA
con aceita de aguacate. De venta
en las farmacias y en los buenos
olmocenes. __________^^
SE REPARAN CATRES, estufas de
mecha y de bombo; lmparas a
gas; afilamos cuchillos y tijeras,
fe. Avenida B. 73.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:--O se venda. Cota de
campo en Chorrero (El Coco) Tal.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Coso de concreto en
Coral Gables, Florida: 2 pisos, re-
cin pintado por dentro y por fue-
ra, calentador de aceite, control
termostato, piso doble da modera
fuerte, cielo rozo alto, muy venti-
lado, persianos venecianas nuevas,
3 recmaras, bao da mosaico,
sala, comedor grande, cocina, es-
tufa elctrica, refrigeradora, ba-
randa de mosaico, garage para un
corro, vecindad tranquila, cerca
Club, precio B. 17,500. Lotimer.
1 206 colle Capri.
SE VENDE: Bonito lote en Sonta
Clara, dos minutos de playa. Ex-
celente sitio, rboles que dan som-
bro, pozo hondo con bombo. Pre-
cio gongo. Veo SHRAPNEL en
Sonta Clora.
SE VENDE:En El Volle. Lote peque-
o. Sen situado. Con servicio de
acueducto. Precio mdico. Focilido-
des de pago. Telfono No. 2-3248
Panam.
ara Trans-
en Sao-
Tiene effc
SE NECESITA
Domstico
SE NECESITA: Sirvienta para la
limpieza y servicio. Debe dormir
en I trabajo. Traiga referencias.
Calle 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA:En Via Espaa No.
32, oltos, una cocinera que sepa
disponer.
SE NECESITA: Cocinero pora 1
Valle de Antn, pora 4 personas,
B.12, quincenales. Ave. B, No. 61.
Sfc NECESITA:Una buena cocinera,
magnifico sueldo, Avenida del Pe-
r 75, altos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera compaten-
te. Pensin Julieta. Preguntar Bo-
dega La Luz.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio general de casa, horas de
trobojo de 7 o 2 p. m. Dirjose
colla 48 No. 27 Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos en la Zona del Ca-
nal. Debe dormir en el empleo, po-
ra informes acudo Ave. B No. 28.
Joyerio.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrado inde-
pendiente. No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill. 3 dormitorio*, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374,
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos en
primar piso, paro oficina, altos edi-
ficio teatro Central, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento de una
recmara, sala-comedor y espacio-
sa cocina. Colle la. Perejil 14. In-
formes telfono 2-3181.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
moderno, independiente, da una re-
cmara, garage. Via Belisario- Po-
rras 168.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento chico
matrimonio solo. Avenido Central
115. Informes Miguel, 10 o 4 p.
m. Altos edificio.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ALQUILASE apartamento, comodida-
des modernas, casa 5. colle Prime-
ra Perejil, por 8.65.00. Lime te-
lfono 2-1456.
SE VENDE:Finca titulada, 2,500
metros cuodrodos, con frente de
100 metros o la carretero Tro
stmico Boyd-Roosevelt,
nita. Distrito de Coln,
cosa de dos pisos y terreno cercado
con planchos de hierro. Es apropia-
do pora crio de aves de corral. Se
dan facilidades de pago. Acuda a
la finca para que la examine y
trate directamente con su duee
Nicanor Gonzlez.
SE VENCELote de terreno de 15.
425 Mts. Carretero Tronsi'stmica
15 millas de la capital, antes del
puente de Rio de Chilibre, rio o
lado y atrs, rboles frutales, 15
NCts. el metro. Informes Sitio Chili-
bre. Llayo Snchez.
SE NECESITABueno cocinera v
una empleoda pora servicio de
odentro que duerman en casa. Ave-
nida Primera de La Carrasquilla,
entrondo por el Teatro Edn, ca-
lle Belisano Porras.
LECCIONES
Padre de Fqmilio: Si su hijo est de-
ficiente en Espaol, aydelo acu-
diendo a colle 34 No. 32. Tel.
3-2257. Solicite por Profesora.
SE VENDE
Automviles
E.. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION,
CANAL ZONE BIOLOGICAL AREA.
Balboa, Zona del Conal Mar-
eo 17 1951 se recibirn pro-
puestas en triplicado, en sobres se-
llodos, en lo olicina del Resident
Manager del Canal Zone Biological
Areo, casa 0902 Amador Road,
Bolboo, Zona del Conal I por co-
rreo Apartodo C. Balboo) hosta
las 10 de lo moona del dio 2 de
Abnl 1951. v entonces publico-
ttitrte obiertas. paro la construccin
'de un laboratorio en la isla Bo-
rro Colorodo en el Logo Gatn, da
acuerdo con los plano y especi-
ficocmoes, copias de estos obteni-
bles en la oficina mencionada arri-
bo, entre los 8 v 1 1 de lo maa-
na y de 2 o 4 de la tarde, excepto
ros Sbados y Domingos.
SE VENDE :NDos Chevrolet 1947
de 4 puertas, I comin de ploto-
formo, Chevrolet 1942 de 1 1-2
tonelodos. The Texas Company
(Panama) Inc. Frente a la Coca
Cola. Tel. 2-0620.
SE NECESITA
El SERVICIO COOPERATI-
VO INTERAMERICANO DE
EDUCACIN aceptar ofertas
sellada para la construccin
de 50 sillas t 50 mesas. Las
especificaciones de las sillas y
mesas pueden conseguirse en
dicho Servicio Interamerica-
no, con oficina en Via Espaa
No. 1, Apto. 1. Las ofertas se
abrirn el 2 de Abril de 1991,
a las 11 a.m.
SE VENCEPanel para entregas de
mercanca, en perfectas condicio-
nas. Precio de ganga. Mueblero
Europea Ave. Central y Colle 21
Este. Telfono 2-1820.
Aprendo ingls en corto tiempo por
un sistema de conversacin. Colle
Estudiante 77-A. Apto. 2.
PERSONALES
Club de Amistad ofrecer baile en el
Hotel Panamericano, El Valle, or-
questa Jimmy Dunn, presentando
la pareja de bailes de soln. Sba-
do Morzo 31, 8 p, m. B.0.75 por
persona. Pora reservaciones,, llame
Sr. Dunn 2-2446, Ponam o 274-
3105.
SE VENDE
Artculo* de Casa
El Canal de Ptnami ofrece en venta,
bajo propuestas cerradas, que se
han de abrir en pblico o las 10
y 30 de la moftano del 3 de Abril
de 1951, 10 vehculos de 5 pa-
scieros. 1 camin y 2 outobuses.
que se encuentron en el Garage
de Cocol, Para fines de informa-
cin y de inspeccin, llmese o lo
Divisin de Tronsportes a Motor,
telfono 2-2174. Se podrn con-
seguir los formularios para las
propuestas, en la divisin mencio-
noda arriba o en la oficina del Su-
perintendente de Almacenes, Bol-
boa, telfono 2-2777.
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Sarvel de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nuevo. Todava ett
en su coja. Formacio La Esperan-
xa Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
SE VENDE:Chevrolet 1949 Sedan
4-puertas, milloje boto, derecho
pogodo. Telfonos Cristbal: 3-
1289. 3-1818.
, En todo Medio
SE ALQUILA:
Local espacioso
tara depsito o taller.
Ocurra:
| Ca. Santera de Licores
Calle "H" No. 23
Tel. 2-2964
te puede ser el carneo de ba-
talla de la lucha material por
el petrleo y bases areas, v es-
piritual entre el Mahometanls-
mo y' Comunismo".
Los funcionarios dicen que la
atencin principal se enfoca en
la campaa de nacionalizacin
de Irao que por ser la Iraq Pe-
troleum Company la nica fuen-
AVISO:
Aviso al comercio y al pblico
en general que por Escritura
Pblica nmero 542, de 19 de
marzo de 1951. extendida en la
Notara Tercera del Circuito
de Panam, obture por com-
ira de la seora Delia Lao Vi-
lalobos de Loo el estableci-
miento comercial de abarrote-
ra denominado "Joaqulnclto".
sito en Calle 9a. casa 2934 de
Ro Abajo, Sabanas, de esta
ciudad.
Panam. Marzo 19 de 1951.
Kim Fong Ho Das
ALQUILASE ___ Aportomento bien a-
condicionedo, cosa nueva, concre-
to, esquina calles "S". Mariano
Arosemena. Llame telfono 2-
1456.
ALQUILASE apartamento cota con-
creto No. 84. calle Estudionte. por
B65.0O. Llame telfono 2-1456
SE ALQUILA
locale
>E ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
erribo del Teatro Central.
ifc ALQUILAN.Exclusivamente po-
ro oficinos locales cntricos en los
altos do Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdico*. Soliciten infer-
mqe'n en Almacenes 5 y IC cen-
tavos.
SE ALQUILAN:Oficinas comercia-
les en-el Edificio de ,la Cmara de
Comercio, esquina %de lo Avenido
Ecuador y Avenida Cuba, cada
oficina tiene su servicio indepen-
diente.
SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA:Local en colle 3a.
No. 15, propio para oficina o de-
psito, para informes; llame tete-
fono 3-11-47. '
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
toller, garage, depsito, etc. Paro
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local muy
fresco y cloro para uso de oficino,
clnica o escuela privada, cntri-
co. Llame 2-2443.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
0 venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El auicriu Alcalde d.I DUtrito Capital.
HACE SABER:
Qua al lnepeclor General d.I Tramito,
M.ror Marco A Bold, ha tomuntcedo
a IIM Deapacao. mediant. Oficio No.
Z4I dt I . que d.id.
.1 aa.l d* Diclemkr. dal ao paaado fuft
ramolrado r pua.1 a diapoelcln d. 1
A.lc.ldi. d.I latrlto. .1 automvil marra
KORD". con pl.c. de 1960 No. Z-812S-
R. P., Modelo 1*41. Que .1 propietario
da ata r.hleulo queda mplaiado por .1
trmino da SO (treinta) dlaa a partir d.
I. facha pac qua haga .1 reclamo ee-
rr.apondient. y haga velar ana dere-
cho, de propietario.
he le advierte que vencido eate termi-
no, dicho automvil ear rematado en
aubaata pblica j adjudicado al n>
poator. da conformidad al Articulo
del Cdigo Adpiialatratlvo.
Para qua elra de formel notificacin
a loa intereaadoa ae roloea al preaente
edicto en lugar vialhla de la Alcalda
del Dlalrlto y de la.Taeorera lunici-
mejor
15S1
val. ho? ch'eciaietr da Margo de i
novecientoa cincuenta jr uno.
COMUNIQESE.
El Alcalde, ..,
A.g.l Vega Mead...
JSI Secretarlo. Lu. M. o.
Se consuma
ra formar parte de la comLjlon
son-cinco Peronistas y un R*-
aical. Los tres Senadores son
lodos Peronistas declarados. Los
Peronistas son: Antonio J. B-
nitez, Victorlo Tommasi, Vae-
rio 8. Rougglel, Carlos Fedcri-
co Daz, Juan de la Torre. El
Dr- Arturo Prpndizzl represen-
tar al Partido Radical, de la
oposicin.
Segn fuentes autorizadas, la
Comisin en su reunin de h-y
se limitar a recibir las cre-
denciales de la Cmara y el .ve-
nado, y se dar oficialmente
por enterada de las instruccio-
nes de ambos organismos y q~e
t.osiblcmente eligirn a sus un-
c,ue un Senador ocupar la Pre-
Uonarios. Se tiene entendido
sidencia de la Comisin y c;ue
un Diputado actuar cmo Se-
cretario.
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey. Inc.
AVe. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
SE NECESITA:Cortador de vidrio.
Cia. Dukidio Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mcsoicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Contoble competen-
te con experiencio, que sepa in-
gls v espaol. Srvase traer refe-
rencias. Dirjase a .Agencias W.
H. Doel, S. A., Avenida Central
No. 14.
SE NECESITA:Un planchador. La-
vandera Pesantez, Centrol 247.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto
SE ALQUILA:Cuartos a solteros de
buenas costumbres. A.venido An-
cn No. 27 altos.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto cen muebles,
entrada independiente' B.6,00 por
semana. Avenida Ernesto Lefevre.
Casa No. 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado.
Precio B.22.50. Calle' 5a. No. 30.
tercer piso. Informes Tel. 2-2376.
SE VENDE
Motocicleta
SE VENDE:Motocicleto Horiey Da-
vidson tipo 45. De Luxe, modelo
1951. 800 millas. como nueva.
B 850.00. Llame al "Goroge Bollo
Visto". Avenida Per No, 99. Tel.
3-1618. Tel 3-3475. Despus de
las 5:30 p. m.
SE COMPRA
SE ALQUILA:Un cuorto pana una
o dos personas en colle 43 Este,
casa 68 al ledo corral, altos.
SUFRE DE TOS?
PRUEBE TANCRO-
Jorobe flcoz r*cfocfo
por mucho* mdico*.'
Tancroc* una preparacin cientfica que
la pronto llivn a una garganta irritada,
inflamada e reseca, o a irritaciones me-
nores da lo* bronquios, pravcnwnlas
de un resfriado Tanco ayuda a aflojar
la flema y descongestiona los bronquios.
Es agradable al paladar y bueno tam-
bin para loa. niAoa. Compre Tancso
hoy mismo. A la venta en las farmacias.
Tancro
JARABF
Ul CONHAN7A
PARA LA TOS
te de petrleo que tiene oleduc-
tos que lleguen al Mediterrneo.
Las compaas britnicas y nor-
te-americanas tienen planes
construir oleductos de Irn v
Saudi Arabia al Mediterrneo,
pero las obras no han comen-
zado por dificultades en obtener
acero. Aducen que debido a .-
to adquiere mayor Importancia
el transporte de petrleo del
Golfo de Persia a travs del Ca-
nal de Suez.
Ahorre Dinero mSWP!
La Pintura Pare Ca.
gas Favorita en El.
Lit), da A Obtenga
m ecoonmia.be lle-
ve t fotee-
nr por tej
diaero.
HHTUtA
PUPAttADA
efe tHUtWm-WHUAm
SWP
{^%a*
oran itaoucro NOKWKH
Are. Nerte S Tel. -
Calle Martn Sosa Ne. i
Tel 3-1424
" ,' ha .' im

RECIBO OFERTAS poro la compra de
los siguientes acciones: 120Agen-
Cas Lumina, S. A., comunes; 50^
Arongo & Lyons, preferidas;' 500
Arango & Lyons, comunes; 1,750
Clnica San Fernando, comunes;
300Destiladora Nocional, comu-
nes; 4,378Hoteles Interomeri-
conos, comunes; 800Cia. Lefe-
vre. preferidas; 1.750Co. Le-
fevre. comunes; 300Ci. Pana-
meo de Fuerzo v Luz. preferidas;
47.000Rep. de Ponom. 4.
bonos; 100Storey Engineering,
comunes; 3,620^Tierros de Cha-
gres, comunes; 350^Tierras de
Chegres, preferidas. Ocurro o Julio
Quijino.
i ------------------------------------------
SE COMPRA:Por una vieja ortof-
nico I mueble en desuso) qu fun-
cione, pagamos B.5.00. Avenido
B. 73.
Acabamos de recibir:
* *
Sierras Circulares!
Sierras 'Sin Fin'!
Cnteadoras de 6"!
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335.
Brillante programa
de actos religiosos
preprase en Coln
Coln, 21 de Marzo
Ha sido confeccionado un bri-
llante programa de actos reli-
iosos en conmemoracin de la
Semana Santa, en el cual apa-
recen los ejercicios del Santo
Rosarlo y del Via Crucls en las
calles de la ciudad, procesiones
con velas de colores y millares
de antorchas, misa campal en
el Estadio de la Ciudad en la
maana del domingo de Ramos
con actuacin de varios grupos
corales y conjuntos y bandas de
msica, etc.
Las autoridades
carnes. "En ninguna forma se
debe permitir la venta de carnes
all", se dUo.
En Ja inspeccin se constat la
necesidad de que el Gobierno o
el Municipio construyan dos mer-
cados populares, en cada barrio,
en los cuales los campesinos ven-
dan ms barato, pues se procu-
rara que no se les cobrara por
el uso de los bancos. En esta for-
ma se evitaran los espectculos
actuales de ventas en las aceras.
Tales gestiones tomarn soli-
dez en la reunin de despus de
Semana Santa.
-------------i-----------------
Fue honrada
y numeroso pblico.
Durante el acto estuvieron
presentes los hijos de don Jos
Vrela Blanco, don Jos Manuel
Vrela, el Ingeniero Plinio V-
rela, don Julio Vrela, Gerente
del Banco de Veraguas, don Jai-
1 me arela, don Luis Vrela y
doa Blanca Vrela de Rox.
Una -lujosa delegacin de la
colonia espaola hizo acto de
presencia y entreg una bella
ofrenda floral.
Columnas y ms
zarrientos de defensa que bttr
bleran sostenido a los aliados
por semanas enteras.
Las retaguardias comunistas
han dificultado el avance aliado
solamente entro Sel y Chung-
chon, 43 millas al noreste. Pero
an all las unidades del Octa-
vo Ejrcito han ganado terre-
no. Se ha Informado que los co-
munistas estn tendiendo alam-
bre de pas cerca de Chorwon
a 15 mljlas al norte del Para-
lelo.
Se conmemora aqu
le IV Centenario de
Isabel la Catlica
G
El Departamento de Cultura y
Publicaciones conmemorar el <
IV Centenario de Isabel La Cat-;
lica. madrina de Amrica, el da
22 de Abril.
Como se recordar, la historia
de Isabel La Catlica ha sido una'
de las ms discutidas por los his-'
torladores. Isabel fue la protec-
tora de Coln y el acto conme-,
morativo tratar de establecer |
justicia histrica de lo que Am-1
rica debe a sus esfuerzos.
-crltos, arroj a 3,067,334 bal-
boas.
Entre las grandes construc-
ciones de 1950 se encuentra 1'
construccin del abbatoir por
B. 400,000. una casa de aparta-
mentos en El Cangrejo por va-
lyor de B. 115.000, la- fbrica
de sodas de la Ulrlch por 100.-
000 en San Francisco y el nue-
vo colegia La Salle por 550,000
balboas.
Ley Marcial
marzo, y el Ministro de Educa-
cin de Razmara fue herido
ayer. La condicin de Zangeneh.
se ha reportado como "seria"
pero no crtica, despus de va-
rias transfusiones de sangre.
Los rusos se estn movili-
zando para explotar el sent-1
Aparentemente el Octavo Ejr- mierlt0 nacionalista de Irn. El
cito se est acercando en masa
al Paralelo 38 en el Frente Cen-
tral y Oriental, una columna de
tanques que avanz desde Sel
a lo largo del camino de Chun-
chon se est acercando a Kap-
perldico Pravda atribuy el a-
seslnato del Premier All Raz-
mara a maquinaciones de agen-
tes norteamericanos. El cargo
es demasiado absurdo para que
se le preste atencin en el Oc-
yong a slo 12 millas del Para- Tde" ,
lelo 38. Los aviones aliados han orteamericflnns nira-
ayudado a retirar a las re-'
taguardias comunistas que se
ban a Razmara y lo conside-
;nco^nL=ndr ulT risco !->- o la ltima esperan-
en las afueras de Kapyong,
za de Irn para lograr reor-
Una segunda punta de lanza,'" Jf 1*t.r.lan a! P"8 del
aliada se encontraba cerca de,"05^ tellon que comen-
z con el asesinato de Razmara,
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FA3RICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1* Este #4 Tel. Z-2100
SE ALQUILA
Local situado en la esquina
de Avenida B y CaUe 14 Este,
el centre de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-34SC Calle IC Eate 4
Picazn Do Los Pies
(icifTizid Como Magia
i La ardan, pleas doloroaam.nta qua caal lo vuelven
loco? a la raja o Baara la pial 4a
loa pl.a? La verdadera eauaa 4a .atoa
traatornoa m la, pial 4a loa plea aa un
arman muy extendido en toda al
Munin y conocido con aivereoa nom-
areg talea coma Mal da Atleta.. Plea-
aon da Singapore, ate. Uated no podr
varae libra da aata traatorne kaata, ua
ata mata al germen qua lo cauaa. Ua
nuevo eacuVrlmlento mdico llama-
do Nijc.a.rm acaba, con la plcaidn aa
pocoa mlnutoa, mata, loa germane, ri-
pldam.nta y coml.naa c-leatriaar la
pial hacindola euave. limpia y clara
aa pocoa dlaa. Ninederm ha tenido
tanta xllo ua ofrece acabar b
aa pleaaoa y elcatrlaar la pial de loa
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SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abaje #8154Tel. 3-9524.
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Tel. 1-175
Songchong, tambin a 12 millas
del Paralelo 38. Esta punta de
lanza captur un risco que do-
mina el camino de Songchon
a la costa oriental, despus que
los bombarderos livianos mata-
ron a ms de 150 comunistas
de los 30C que se encontraban
defendindolo.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejrci-
to dijo que en conjunto, "ms de"
diez columnas aliadas se encon-
traban a menos de 17 millas del
Paralelo en posiciones dispersas
a lo largo del frente de 140 millas.
Sin embargo, se neg a dal* sus
posiciones exactas.
Sin embargo, se cree que por lo
menos dos columnas se encuen-
tran al sur de Chunchn. la l-
tima base comunista en Corea del
Sur, v slo a siete millas y media
del Paralelo en el sector central.
En el sector central las fuerzas
de las Naciones Unidas captura-
ron diez caones, 24 morteros,
cuarenta ametralladoras pesadas.
400 rifles y siete lanzadores de
cohetes, todo lo cual haba sido
abandonado por los comunistas.
Los rojos tambin abandonaron
en el sector central algunas de
las mejores defensas que se ha-
yan encontrado. Estas Incluan
una serle de trincheras camufla-
das en los riscos. Un oficial alia-
do dijo que los comunistas podan
haber resistido por largo tiempo
con un mnimo de fuerzas en esas
defensas.
En otra parte del sector cen-
tral, las tropas sur-coreanas a-
traparon a un batalln que se
estaba emplazando en el valle a
diez millas al sur de Chunchdn.
Los sur-coreanos dispararon mor
teros y armas automticas contra
los comunistas, obligndolos a
huir en confusin.
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En lo que va
miento en las construcciones,
pues hace suponer que las cons-
trucciones pueden pasar este
ao de los cinco millones de
balboas en las afueras.
En 1050 las construcciones
llevaron a los registros 386 pla-
nos con valor de B. 4.207.087.
la cual ha sido una de las ms
altas cifras en los ltimos aos,
pues 1949 con 345 planos lns-
y que podr terminar con u.i
dominio ruso. La rebelin obli-
g al Parlamento nacionalizar
la industria petrolera. Esto sig-
nificar, eventualmente, que el
petrleo caer en manos rusas.
Al acusar a los norteameri-
canos de responsabilidad en el
asesinato de Razmara, se ha re-
petido la vieja treta comunista
de acusar al enemigo de un
crimen que ellos mismos han
planeado. Es demasiado obvio
que los rusos estn detrs da
la nacionalizacin e Intentar
ganar el control del -petrler
de Irn y tambin los puertas
del Golfo Persa.
Al acusar a Estados Unidos
del asesinato de Raimara, es
posible que la Unin Sovitica
est preparando las bases pa-
ra excusar una Invasin da
Irn. EJ viejo tratado Irano-
8ovitlco de 1921 le da a Rusia
el derecho de enviar tropas- a.
Irn en tas de disturbios In-
ternos o Intervencin por parte
de una potencia extranjera que .
cree una situacin peligrosa pa-
ra Rusia.
Los ingleses, por otra parte,
esperan que su acuerdo sobre
el petrleo sea vlido hasta,
1993. Los ingleses no creen qua
Irn se atreva romper el a-
cuerdo por medio de la fuer-
za. El contrato estipula qua
cualquier disputa ser decidida
por la Corte Internacional da
Justicia.
Sin embargo, las observado-
res creen que los ingleses estar
muy confiados de que Irn, con
el apoyo ruso, no se niegue a
ir a la Corte. Adems, Irn
puede numerar muchas nacio-
nalizaciones llevadas a cabo en
Inglaterra por los Laboristas.
Los britnicos, sin embargo, s
muestran temerosos de que el
ejemplo de Irn se extienda.
Ya los egipcios estn hablan-
do de nacionalizar el Canal da
Suez.. un paso que le costara
a los inversionistas europeo
muchos millones de dlares. En
Bagdad, la prensa est elogian-
do la nacionalizacin del pe-
trleo en Irn, y dicen que el
Parlamento de Iraq debe nacio-
nalizar el petrleo tambin.
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1 ARTES, MARZO 20. 1951
-I PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE 1
OCULTE SUS DOLORES.U
Mscara que se e en la (to no
es para ningn baile de disfra-
ces. Es una nueva combina-
cin de bolsa de agua caliente t
de hielo para ponerse cuando
tengan los ojos cansados, catarro
una tremenda roma. La bol-
n eonserra el fri o el calor por
45 minutos.
Francia protesta DISCUTIENDO CON HARVEY
por sn exclusin
de una conferencia
PARIS, marzo 20. (UP).Un
portavoz del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores de Francia
dijo que sta ha enviado notas
a los Estados Unidos y Oran
Bretaa protestando por su ex-
clusin de la reciente conlercn-
cla anglo-americana en MalU
Las notas fueron enviada* a
Washington y Londres durante
la semana pasada, y el texto de
las mismas no ha sido publl-.
|, cado. Slnembargo. fuentes in-
formadas aseguran que Fran-
cia siendo una de las principa-
les potencias en el Medlterr*
neo debiera haber sido invitada
a participar en cualquier con-
ferencia concerniente a la es-
trategia del Mediterrneo.
Los participantes de la Con-
ferencia de MalU fueran el Al-
mirante Robert B. Carrey, Co-
mandante de las Fuerzas Ua-
vales Norteamericanas en el A-
tintico Oriental y el Medite-
rrneo y los comandantes Bri-
tnicos de mar, tierra y aire
en el Medio Oriente.
Los franceses dijeron que e-
llos estaban particularmente
nteresados en la ruta medite-
rrnea de abastecimiento a su*
fuerzas que luchan en Indo
China.
Fuentes oficiales en Londres
dijeron que el punto de tUia
francs est siendo considera-
do con simpata,, pero se "Hizo
nfasis en que la Conferencia
ce MalU no fu convicada Da-
r formular decisiones en la
poltica, sino para llegar a ur.
acuerdo sobre los puntos de
vista sobre el Comando del Me-
diterrneo. Tanto Estados Uni-
dos como Oran Bretaa quieran
ei puesto de Supremo Coman-
dante del Medierrneo, pero ro
han podido esUblecer sus res-
ponsabilidades de defensa en
el Mediterrneo y el Medio
Orie"*e.
Fuera del set en donde se fil-
maba "Harvey" se logr esta
fotografa graciosa, en la que
aparece Henry Koster, el fa-
moso director y la magnifica
comediante del teatro neoyor-
klno, Josephine Hull, 'discu-
tiendo" imaginariamente con el
clebre "Harvey" una escena
del film del mismo nombre.
PTERRIBLE ACCIDENTE
PASTO, Colombia, marzo 20.
(UP) Nueves personas pere-
cieron al voltearse una lancha
atestada de turlsUs que nave-
gaba en el Lago El Guarnes a
18 kilmetros de Pasto. "
Los grupos, de salvamento que
se encuentran realizando esas
lkbores temen un aumento M
ti nmero de victimas.
"Harvey", la comedia ms Im-
portante d todos los tiempos,
se estrena esta semana en 60
pases distintas. En Panam ca-
be el honor de su presentacin,
a los teatros Lux y Cecilia, en
donde ser exhibida desde el
Jueves prximo.
UNGENTO PAZO para las al.
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X PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES. MARZO 20, 1951
Per El Comando Del Softball Comercial Se'SELECClONADO EL EQUIPO QUE REPRESENTARA
Miden Esta Noche Radio Bush y Msicos
En el otro juego
de hoy chocarn
Istmeos y Control
Per a7a. a. r.
.a
La Liga Comercial de Softball
presenta esta noche un doble
juego que debe resultar intere-
sante y lleno de emocin. En el
primer partido jugarn Ron
Istmeo vs Control del Comejn
que esperan en esta oportunidad
mejorar puntuacin.
El segundo encuentro, el cual
se pronostica resultar reidsi-
mo ser entre los Msicos de|
Malias Cerrud y el Radio Bush, j
los pupilos de Carlos Prez, que
han tenido una racha de tres
t 'untos consecutivos y la cual
tratarn de continuar esta no- j
che frente..los potentes toleteros1
de Marcelino.
Ambos equipos ocupan ahora
el segundo lugar de la justa y
el que resulte vencedor esta no-'
che empatar en el primer lu-
gar con el Duran con cuatro
juegos ganados y un descala-
bro.
Maana mircoles a las siete
y media invadirn el terreno de
Santa Rita los muchachos del
Fiduciario y los del Montezuma
en otro partloo de gran impor-
tancia, que ser el ltimo de es-
ta semana hasta el prximo lu-
nes, con motivo de la Semana
Sania.
MERECIDO AGASAJO OFRECIERON AL EQUIPO CAMPEN DE FTBOL.Animado y con-
currido result el agasajo que el Comit Orga mador del V Campeonato Centroamericano y
del Caribe ofreci al equipo de Panam, ganador en forma invicta de la competencia, y esta
vista muestra un grupo de los asistentes a la fiesta, que consisti en un paseo en la casa de
campo del seor Francisco Ditrani, en El Espino de La Chorrera, y donde pueden verse mu-
chas caras conocidas del deporte, especialmente de nuestro balompi.
En Antn jugarn el
sbado Seleccin y
el quinteto C. Elela
ANTON, Mar. 20 (Por A. Ch.)
Para el prximo sbado se
ha anunciaao el esperado y co-
mentado partido Ue basketball
entre el Deportivo Carlos Ele- ,
ta, de la ciudad capital y el te y aguerrido conjunto pac-
Con entusiasmo se comenta el juego
que sostendr el Seleccionado Nal.
de Ftbol con el Pacifico el Jueves
El Seleccionado Nacional de
ftbol y el Pacifico se encuen-
tran practicando a todo tren
para su comentado y anuncia-
do partido que sostendrn el
Jueves en la noche en el Es-
tadio Olmpico.
Esta ser la irimera pre-
sentacin de los campeones de
Centroamrlca y del Caribe
despus de haber ganado el ti-
tulo y se medirn con el fuer-
Seleccionado de este lugar, en
el Gimnasio de Antn.
Oran entusiasmo se ha le-
vantdo por este partido que
promete resultar muy intere-
sante y atractivo.
La Liga de Antn escogi ya
la Seleccin que le har fren-
te al Deportivo Eleta el-sbado
24 en este lugar, y est forma-
da por los siguientes jugado-
res:
Camilo K .nndei.
Gilberto Bernal.
Rengue Ortega.
Roberta Sanche-/.
Efrain Vlez.
Carlos Camargo.
Enrique Samaniego.
Pipito Ayala.
Tavo Andreve.
Jos A. Bernal.
Suplentes:
Cirro Bernal.
Patricio Snchez.
Juan Rangel.
flsta, considerado como el me-
jor onceno actualmente, des-
pus de la excelente demostra-
cin que dieron al ganar la
Serle Panisl y Torre del ftbol
mayor.
El Seleccionado probara en
este encuentro el guardameta
que reemplazar al titular Ge-
rardo Warren, que parti ayer
hacia Colombia, donde actuar
como jugador profesional, con
lo cual Panam ha perdido una
de sus mejores unidades de
nuestro balompi.
El otro guardameta del Se-
leccionado es Everardo Lasso,
y los que se disputarn un lu-
gar en el equipo nacional son
Luis Acosta, Roberto Luna,
Jorge Moreno y Alfonso Po-
rras.
Hortensia sorprendi
al ganar el clsico
"Ernesto Navarro"
Con una excelente monta de
Blas Aguirre, la yegua Horten-
sia sorprendi el domingo al
ganar el Clsico Ernesto Nava-
rro, para caballos nacionales
sobre una distancia de siete
furlongs y premio de B. 1,000.
De segundo lleg Mandinga
y el tercer puesto lo ocup La
Loba, luego siguieron Golden
Tip f Tully Saba.
Loj ganadores en las distin-
tas carreras del programa do-
minical en Juan Franco fue-
ron: Casablanca, Batn. Dall-
la P.. Bijagual, Welsh Fox, Li-
tuana. Hortensia, Alto Alegre,
Tip Top, Romntico y Helen B.
En la funcin hpica del do-
mingo se luci el destacado ji-
nete Blas "Tanque" Aguirre al
ganar siete carreras, llegando
en el segundo lugar en las otras
dos pruebas en que particip,
considerndose esto como un
record en el Hipdromo Nacio-
nal.
Las ligas de ftbol de Chiriqu y Panam
debern actuar con mucha serenidad para
nombrar un nuevo delegado a la Federacin
Continan con lnslstecna los
rumores de que el Presidente
de la Federacin Nacional de
Ftbol, H.D. Ing. Norberto Na-
varro, presentar renuncia de
este elevado cargo deportivo,
debido a sus mltiples ocupa-
ciones.
De resultar esto cierto, en-
tonces en la reunin de maa-
na, la Federacin tendr que
aprobar el envi de sendas co-
municaciones a las Ligas de
Panam y de Chiriqu. solici-
tndoles enven el nombre de
la persona que ocupar el
puesto vacante, tocndole a la
Liga de Panam la Presiden-
cia y a la de Chirlqui el de
subsecretario, esto sergp el
acuerdo a que llegaron los De-
legados en el pasado Congreso
Tcnico.
Actualmente la Directiva de
la Federacin de Ftbol est
formada por H.D. Ing. Norber-
to Navarro. Presidente; Daniel
Delgado. Vicepresidente; Anto-
nio Gramunt, Tesorero; Marco
Mendoza, Luis Adines, Secre-
tario y M. Hurtado, Subsecre-
tario; este ltimo no ha podi-
do desempear el puesto debi-
do a su trabajo y la Liga de
Chirlqui tendr ue nombrar a
otra persona para llenar el cu-
po.
Con motivo de estos posibles
nombramientos para miembros
de la Federacin, tanto la Li-
ga Provincial de Chirlqui como
la de Panam, debern actuar
en ormr razonable, serla y
sincera, de manera que nom-
bren personas Idneas, traba-
jadoras, entendidas que estn
al tanto del desarrollo de nu-
estro balompi.
En lo que respecta a Pana-
m, si tienen que nombrar un
representante que ir a ooupar
la Presidencia de la Federa-
cin, el caso toma una impor-
tancia extrema, y por lo tanto
esa persona deber ser escogida
en forma muy serena, sin apa-
sionamientos y con elevado es-
pritu deportivo.
Los Tigres vencieron
a los Alacranes y se
anexaron la serie
Los Tigres de la ciudad de
Coln ganaron la serle de soft-
ball que estaban sosteniendo
con los Alacranes, al vencer
por tercera vez consecutiva a
los capitalinos, en esta ocasin
por 11 carreras a 9.
El tercer partido del torneo
result reido y se efectu en
el cuadro del Instituto Nacio-
nal. Tres lanzadores actuaron
por cada conjunto, resultando
Totl Estenoz el pitcher gana-
dor y Chach Granados fu
el perdedor.
Despus del encuentro, el ca-
pitn le Los Tigres recibi el
el Trofeo Jos Pabilo, que esta-
ba en disputa en esta Serle
Interprovlnclal de Softball.
Inscritos 65 equipos
en el bisbol juvenil
de Sania Rita
El Tropical venci
al Royal y mejor
colocacin en bolos
Por Tere de Burrell.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo "Duran" de Bolos
G. P.
Mike ................. 17 7
Entrometidos ........... 14 10
Selecta -----........... 14 10
Pinocho .............. M 12
Martins................ 12 12
Carta Vieja ........... 14 14
Tropical .............. 12 le
Royal ..................... f 15
Balboa ................ g 16
El Tropical mejor su coloca-
cin al Imponerse al Royal por
tres juegos a uno en el torneo
"Duran" de Bolos.
Los muchachos que comanda
Lombana recibieron 54 puntos
de Handicap en tres lneas de
juego para hacer 2197 del Tro-
pical. Ambos equipos Jugaron
pobremente, siendo el nico Ju-
gador destacado Rene Estrl-
peaut, quien lanz serie de 558
con un juego de 206, para en-
trar al "Club de 200".
A continuacin las anotacio-
nes de los jugadores en el par-
tido.
TROPICAL
R. Estripeaut 169 183
R. Estripeaut 158 123
Dr. J. Icaza 132 177
Carlos Daz 131 130
Hoy se Inauguraron las com- R Estripeaut 89 125
A PANAMA EN EL CAMPEONATO NAL. DE BASE
Con Marcado Entusiasmo Se
Inauguraron Hoy Las Justas
Del Bisbol De Santa Rita
Con gran entusiasmo se inau-
guraron esta maana las Com-
petencias del Baseball Juvenil
de Santa Rita, desarrollndose
a satisfaccin todos los nme-
ros del Programa confeccionado.
La funcin comenz con el
desfile de todos los equipos ins-
critos, acto que revisti caracte-
rsticas extraordinarias por el
crecido nmero de equipos ins-
critos, y que llega a un total de
65 en los tres circuitos.
Iz la bandera el Lie. Manuel
Roy, Director General de Edu-
cacin Fsica. Lanz la'primera
bola el entusiasta deportista
Pedro Boza, actu de bateador
el popular Jos Checa y como
receptor' sirvi el dinmico Se-
rafn Ivaldi.
Luego se desarroll los tres
juegos anunciados y las compe-
tencias continuarn maana y
el jueves con partidos en los
tres circuitos.
Estas Competencias acomodan
anualmente a la mayora de los
estudiantes de las Escuelas Pri-
marias de la capital, tanto p-
blicas como Privadas, y partici-
pan equipos de Arraljn, Juan
Daz, Ro Abajo, San Francisco,
Pueblo Nuevo, Pedregal, Chorri-
llo, Maran, Calldonla, San
Miguel, etc.
En estas justas se mantiene
a los nios alejados de lugares
peligrosos, y se procura que los
mismos mejoren su vigor fsico,
necesario para cultivar un esp-
ritu sano un cuerpo sano.
Se manifiesta que solo pueden
participar estudiantes con bue-
nas calificaciones.
El ptica Sosa viajar a Chitar para
jugar con la Seleccin de Herrera
El popular deportista Rano 1 Campeonato Nacional de Base-
Sosa en justo reconocimiento a Ball Amateur.
petencias del Baseball Escolar
para menores en el cuadro de
juegos de Santa Rita, dirigidas
por otro de los entusiastas del
bisbol y ex-Jugador del mismo
deporte, el popular Eduardo
"Nato" Martlz.
La organizacin comprende
tres categoras, Infantiles, Se-
mi-Intermdia e Intermedia.
La categora Infantil la com-
ponen escolares de 8 a 12 aos
sin distingo de ninguna clase,
cada equipo puede inscribir 25
unidades y los conjuntos son:
ptica Sosa Jr., Caf Duran Jr
Cantina MI Boho, Brisas de An-
cn, Botica La F, La Perfecta,
Joyera La Estacin, Pinocho Jr.
Madurito Jr., El Escudo, Dep.
Castaedas Jr. Abarroteria La
Olllta, Marina Patino, El Trin-
gulo, Lavandera Pesantez, Len-
cho de Hoyo, Dep. El Siglo, Dep.
Fuller, Barraza, Los Dos Cua-
dos, Dep. Santa Ana, Dep. An-
gelina Pedro Olea Jr. Bucaneros
y Ferretera Tam, en total 25
equipos Inscritos debidamente.
En la Seml-Intermedla parti-
cipan escolares de 10 a 14 aos;
tambin se admiten Inscripcin
de 25 unidades; los equipos son:
Chandler Jr., Talabartera An-
cn, Estrella de Panam, Caf
Cuba, Estrellas Montreales, Dep.
Suavel, Mueblera Tuon, Mer-
cado Lolita, El Crisol, Dep. San-
turce, Bugabea, Dep. Carlos
Eleta, Estrellas de San Miguel,
Pinocho, Dep. Juniors, Canad
Dry, Spur, Relojes Eterna y
Clenfuegos Jr.
La Intermedia es para esco-
lares de 10 a 15 aos y tambin
se admiten 25 jugadores; los
equipos inscritos y aceptados
son:
Mayor Cruz, Kiosko La Ba-
rriada, Vega Mndez, Dep. Co-
ln Aces del Volante. Cervece-
ra, Fotografa Artstica, Dep.
Lefevre, Dep. Grecha, Tem ola-
ciregul, Estrellas del Corot,
Norberto Navarro, P.R.I., Foto
Briz, Spur Cola, Victoriano Lo-
renzo, Caf Quirs, Dep. Pallo
Pinel, Dep. (Novoa, Mayor Pelln
Dep. Mxico y Qulco Mosquera.
Maana en la noche
ser el juego entre
Mauricio y Pinocho
La Liga Provincial de Base-
ball Amateur de Panam com-
plet los arreglos para la Serle
de tres Juegos entre los equipos
Pinocho, Campen de Panam,
y Mauricio, titular de Coln, El
primer partido, como es del do-
minio pblico, se efectuar ma-
ana mircoles a las 7.30 de la
noche en el Estadio Nacional.
El pblico amante de este
deporte venia clamando desde
mucho tiempo por esta serie,"y
gracias a la dinmica coopera-,
clon de los dirigentes del base-
ball Amateur de Panam y Co-
ln se podr presentar sin con-
tratiempo.
Los precios de entrada nios
0.10, gradas de sol general 0.15
sombra 0.25 y palco 0.35. Todos
los redactores y locutores de-
portivos tendrn entrada gratis.
El segundo partido de la Se-
rle se efectuar en Coln y el
I" tercero si es necesario donde lo
indiquen los Interesados.
Citacin Deportiva
El CLUB DEPORTIVO PACI-
FICO anuncia por este medio
a todoa sus socios que la sesin
semanal se llevar a cabo ma-
ana mircoles en vista que el
Viernes es Viernes Santo.
SALUD CON
SAL HEPTICA,
LAXANTE
EFECTO
RPIDO
PANAMA
Distribuidores:
ca. cyrnos. s. a.
colon
DE IA
TOUA'SwiSsCpioi^
ASTI, CALIFORNIA
679 738 780 2197
ROYAL
J. Cowes 189 157 124 450
F. Carchlerl 131 133 137 401
R. Lombana 110 126 169 405
C. Piad 144 124 139 377
Me. Geachy 155 139 166 460
206 558,
127 408 'a labor deplegada por los Ju-
gadores del Deportivo ptica
Sosa de la Liga Provincial de
Baseball de Panam, los premia-
r con un viaje a la progresista
ciudad de Chitr, donde sosten-
drn una serle con el equipo
que enviar Herrera al VIII
162 471
151 412
134 348
679
Handicap 18
679 735 2093
18 18 54
697 697 753 2147
Se les comunica- a todos los
jugadores que deben de estar el
Chilla Zamora, Director
y Toms Muoz ser el
Delegado Jefe

Por S. H. IVALDI J_
Despus de clausurar la sesin
ordinaria, la Directiva' de la Li-
ga Provincial de Baseball Ama-
teur de Panam tuvo una se*
sln extraordinaria para esco-
gerlos jugadores que formarn
parte de la Seleccin que jugar
en el VIII Campeonato nter-
provincial de Baseball Amateur,
que se encenlflcar en Santiago
de Veraguas, si las circunstan-
cias lo permiten.
Tambin se escogi el Director
de la misma y al Delegado Jefe,
recayendo dichos nombramien-
tos en los seores Chilla Zamora
y Toms Muoz respectivamen-
te.
En la escogencia de los Selec-
cionados se actu imparclalmen
te; todos fueron escogidos a ba-
se de nmeros y eficiencia, por
lo cual los Miembros de la Di-
rectiva contribuyeron una v
ms a estimular a los buenos
peloteros.
Lo Integrantes de la Selec-
cin son los siguientes:
LANZADORES: Flix Larrina-
ga (CD. 6-1), Esteban Valencia
(CH t-l). Encarnacin Aguilar
(B -3) Rafael Calcado (OS.
2-4) y Dionisio Salinas (CAR,
RECEPTOR Marees Cobos
(PIN .IJJ)).
INICIALISTA Ernesto Esca-
lante (FRI .3M).
INTERMEDIA Norman Bora-
nan y Arturo Barker (CHE .328
viernes prximo a las 8.30 a.m. y 421 res.)
en la esquina de la calle 3 de, ANTESAUSTA Leonardo Cum
Noviembre y Relleno de Balboa, berbatch (Pin .351).
con todos sus enseres para el
viaje.
El Nacional debuta maana en el foot-
ball del Chorrillo frente al Eva Pern
El Conjunto Deportivo Nacio-
nal debutar maana en la con-
tienda de ftbol de la Liga del
Chorrillo frente al Deportivo
Eva Pern a las 4 y 30 de la
tarde en el cuadro de calle 27
Oeste, Abajo. I
El Torneo se inaugur el pa-
sado domingo, triunfando en
los juegos de apertura el Eva
Pern y el Coronel Remn.
Por otra parte la Liga de Ft-
bol de Chorrillo tiene esta no-
che a las 8 una reunin en el
Gimnasio Nacional, y pide la
puntual asistencia de todos los
directores y Representantes pa-
ra resolver. Importantes asuntos,
entre esos la Inauguracin del
Campeonato del Circuito Me-
nor el prximo domingo en la
tarde.
Movimiento de las Grandes Ligas
SARATOGA, Marzo (UP)Lou
Boudreau Jugar la primera ba-
se como "subtltuto" en el pri-
mer partido de primavera en-
tre los Medias Rojas.
El piloto Steve Oneill dijo que
todos los peloteros regulares de
la novena con excepcin de Ted
Williams y Don Dlmagglo, par-
ticiparn en el partido, lanzan-
do Jim Suchecki, Maurice Me
Dermott, por los sustitutos y
Bennett Flowers y Jim Atkins
por los "regulares".
WEST PALM BEACH, Marzo
(UP)El piloto Jimmy Dykes
dijo al lanzador de los Atltl-
cos Cari Schelb, que trate de re-
conquistar las 34 libras que per-
di en la temporada pasada de
las '220 libras que pesaba. Roy
Mack vlce-Presidente de los
Atltlcos conferenci mientras
tanto con la novena que se en-
contraba con el gerente general
del as Medias Blancas Frank
Lane.
LAKELAND, Marzo (UP)El
jardinero Hott Evers, puso fin
a su rebelda y ha firmado con-
trato con los Tigres, por la su-
ma que se cree que asciende a
33 mil dlares. El lnflelder Ed- ra el prximo ao. Berra estaba
PHCKTX, Arizona, Marzo (U.
P.) El famoso receptor de los
Yankees Larry Berra, tranz
por un salarlo de treinta mil
dlares y firm el contrato pa-
die Lake es el nico pelotero de
la novena qu no ha firmado
contrato.
pidiendo cuarenta mil y se ha-
ba negado a aceptar menos de
esa cantidad.
Nuevo ingrediente!
permite mejores afeitadas..*
ntidas y sin irritacin
Maravillosa substancia elogiada por los mdicos
ayuda a proteger la piel contra los efectos
de la intemperie y la navaja
O seor! Ahora usted puede darse, mucho
mejor que antes, afeitadas a ras de piel,
ntidas y sin irritacin!
Gracias a laborioso* y extensos experimen-
tos, por fin puede usted disfrutar de una
nueva y magnifica crema de afeitar que re-
fresca la piel a la vez que usted se afeita. Esta
frmula revolucionaria tiene por base una
maravillosa substancia llamada Extracto de
Lanolina.
El Extracto de Lanolina refresca la piel a
la vez que usted se afeita, y ayuda a conservar
el aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro!
IILOOIADA POR LOS MIDICOSI
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
listas de la piel que han probado la nueva
Williams alaban el que se haya agregado
Extracto de lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema Williams
disfruta de esta maravillosa substancia. Y,
cuanto ms use Williams, mas se convencer
de lo benfica que es para la piel.
lUSI WILLIAMS!
Si usted desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica Crema de Afei-
tar que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
TORPEDERO Engente Haura-
dou (CD. .268 y Lula Saniur
PIN .234).
JARDINEROS Felipe Malcom
.319) y Milton Scantiebury (GRA
359).
Utility: Catalino Gomales
(GRA. .241).
SUPLENTES: Lanzador, Lus
Roa, 1-2, Intermedia, Julio He-
rrera 417, Torpedero AUan Tay-
lor 235 y jardinero Ibaldo Deli-
ser MZ.
El torneo "Duran" de
bolos te encuentra
en receto hasta el 26
Con motivo de la Semana
anta, el Torneo "Duran" de
Bolos est en receso de acuer-
do con decisin que tomaron
loa representantes de los equi-
pos y dirigentes de la com-
petencia.
Las hostilidades se reanuda-
rn el prximo lunes 28 de
marzo con el esperado encuen-
tro Mike vs. Martlnz.
Actualmente el Depo r 11 v o
Mike marcha en el primer
puesto; de segundo se encuen-
tran los Entrometidos y en el
tercer lugar est la Selecta,
luego siguen Pinocho, Martlnz,
Carta Vieja, Tropical, Royal y
Balboa.
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN:
Se obtiene
ms kilometraje
por litro
COK
CHAMPION
"El asombrte lo qee ahorro on com-
bmtibU"proclamo Emwto Venena,
propietario d autobutM n Manila.
"Guiar un autobs no os cosa fcil.
Poro un motor ptenlo
y do funcionamiento
eficaz economiza
esfuerzos al conductor.
Yo ya encontr la
manera de hacer esto
reinstalo un nuevo
iuogo de Bujas de
Encendido Champion
coda 15.000
kilmetros, i Y et
asombroso lo
que se, ahorra
n combustible!
En todo sentido
resulta prctico."
Predilectas del mundo entero
por ms de un cuarto do siglo