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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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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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Paaanra American
"It tfc people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.U.

WHISKY

'//// Jf/& '/, TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1951
FIVE CENTS
US Has Doubled Armed Forces Since Korea
\UN Patrols Probing Almost To 38th
TOKYO, Mar. 21. (UP) Un-
opposed United Nations patrols
oday probed the Korean No-
ian's-Land Just south o the
J8th parallel today and may al-
ready'have crossed that contro-
versial line.
The Reds abandoned Chun-
phon, only seven and one half
miles south of the parallel on the
central front and the last major
Communist base In South Korea.
Fighter bombers are piling up a
Jjoneyard of Communist rolling
itock, as the Reds try to run sup-
ply trains to the front In the face
of aerial fire. In five days, 40 lo-
comotives and 290 cars have oeen
destroyed.
Some tank-tipped Allied spear-
heads may already have crossed
the parallel. Eighth Army head-
suarters report a four-pronged
advance as within artillery range
of the parallel. They were find-
ing Communist rearguard resist-
ance negligible.
The Reds put up their stiffest
Resistance in the mountainous
bentral part of the peninsuJa
where three task forces were ad-
vancing relentlessly northward.
The Chinese fought to the
death from crags overlooking
eep mountain defiles. One group
flelayed a United Nations ad-
vance southwest of Hangye all
Shooting Star Jet fighter bomb-
ers had a field day against Com-
Enunlst efforts to supply their
fetreatlng troops. The Jets were
up and waiting when the Reds
Repeated their attempts to run
supply trains out of Manchuria
through North Korea.
I Thunderjets Joined in the
kralnbustlng.
Meanwhile the bulk of up to
J50.000 Chinese and Korean Reds
aligned across the 140-mile wide
peninsula have retreated across
the parallel Into North Korea.
General Richard Nelson Qnle
bald: "British Commonwealth
troops In Korea will go up,
through, down or under any-
vhere the Supreme Commander
bends them." He said there were
ao strings to the British forces.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
kon said in Washington the Uni-
ted States was considering the
Question of crossing the parallel
( consultation with other Uni-
ted Nations members and with
Oeneral Douglas MacArthur and
other military leaders.
His remarks came as there Is
growing official Indication In
other quarters that the United
States and Britain in bilateral
discussions have reached sub-
stantial agreement that MacAr-
thur's forces should grind to a
halt somewhere near the 38tn
parallel If they can continue their
advance, and give the Chinese
Communists another opportuni-
ty to respond to truce feelers.
200 Zonians Join
Move To Fight Tax
In Federal Court
1FGE Will Hold
lonlhly Meeting
fonighl In Balboa
Lodge No. 14 of the AFOE will
.hold its regular monthly meet-
ing at Balboa Clubhouse tonight
at 7:30.
. Members will be given an up-
to-date resume of Federal em-
ploye legislation now pending be-
fore the Congress, Including the
tax and pay bills. The move now
under way to test the legality of
Jthe retroactive feature of the
income tax imposed on employes
in possessions will also be
Drought to the attention of the
membership and an opportunity
Afforded them to sign the Re-
tainer Contract with the law
irm of Colllns-McNevln.
Among the Items of business
to be disposed of will be the elec-
tion of a Trustee to replace Gro-
fcer P. Bohan who has retired
from the service. ___
There will also be a surprise
doorprize for some member of
the Lodge. Refreshments will be
Served following the meeting.
Senator Wiley, 15
(Congressmen Sail
iFrom NY For CZ
Senator Alexander Wiley, of
.Wisconsin, and several members
of the House of Representatives
vere scheduled to sail today from
Jew York on the Panam Liner
I-Panam" for the Isthmus, ac-
cording to the advance passen-
ier list received at Balboa
lelghts. ...
The Congressional party will
clude about 15 members of the
jouse of Representatives and
their families although the exact
lumber of Representatives will
lot be known until notice of their
actual sailing is received. Sena-
.tor Wiley is traveling alone but
knost of the Representatives will
Ibe accompanied, by their iami-
Two hundred employes of vari-
ous government agencies In the
Canal Zone have signed a retain-
er with the law firm of Collins
& McNevln to fight Income tax,
The Panama American learned
today.
A spokesman for the law firm
said that 400 retainer forms
have been requested by Atlantic
Side residents and have been
sent to individuals and another
200 has been requested by In-
dividuals in Gamboa for them-
selves and their associates. The
question of handling the Income
tax problem through the courts
will aLso be discussed tonight at
a meeting of the Pacific Side
chapter of the ATOE.
Donald McNevln. of the Dia-
blo Heights law firm, told The
Panama American that he Is
planning, tentatively, to go to
Washington within the next 10
days. There he will confer with
representatives of the law firm
of King & King, which has
handled successfully overtime
claims by groups of Panama Ca-
nal employes.
Three Movie Stars
Summoned For Probe
Of Red Activities
WASHINGTON, Mar. 21 (UP)
The House Un-American Af-
fairs Committee has called three
movie stars today for the open-
ing of a new series of hearings
on Communism in Hollywood.
Committee sources said that at
least one witness, actress Gale
Sondergaard, Is not expected to
be cooperative. They were uncer-
tain whether their hearing would
produce a "friendly" witness.
Larry Parks, star of "The Jol-
son Story" and of swashbuckling
swordsman roles, heads the wit-
ness list. The other, in addition
to Miss Sondergaard, Is Howard
da Silva.
The committee said the hear-
ings would recess after today till
about April 10, then would con-
tinue through tnost of April.
About 40 subpoenas have been
Issued for movie, radio, stage and
television figures.
Miss Sondergaard Is the wife
of Herbert Blberman, one of 10
Hollywood directors and writers
Jailed for contempt of Congress
for refusing to answer committee
questions In the 1847 Investiga-
tion of Hollywood.
Committee investigators said
Miss Sondergaard after being
subpoenaed, bought advertising
space in Variety to express a hos-
tile attitude towards the Inves-
tigation.
Bruckner Leaves
For Board Meeting
Of PRR Directors
Government Acts
As Red-Led Strikes
Spread In France
PARIS, Mar. 21 (UP). Com-
munist-led strikes sprouted
across France today as the Gov-
ernment seized Paris electrical
power plants and prepared to
draft key gas, electrical and
railroad workers.
Some strikes hit the nation's
rearmament program. All of
them affected the wobbjy econ-
omy.
The Communists took the lead
In calling for Increasing walk-
outs, but In some Important In-
dustries non-Communist unions
also were behind the work stop-
page for higher wages in the
wake of rising prices.
It is estimated 100,000 workers
are out already. Rail traffic is
paralyzed over large areas of the
nation.
Premier Henri Queuille ap-
pealed to French workers last
night to stay on the Job and
warned that the Government
would not let the Communists
attack the nation by paralyzing
Industry.
But more and more workers
were walking off their Jobs on
vital rail lines. The Paris gas
and electricity strike threaten-
ed to spread, and the strike on
the capital's public transporta-
tion system was six days old.
US Seeks Peace
But Will Not
'Sell Its Soul'
Truman Reveals
Immense Gains
Li
FOREIGN MINISTER CARLOS N. BRIN, right, and Minister
of Agriculture and Commerce Ricardo Arias as they arrived
at Miami Airport yesterday attired for the winter weather
they will probably find at their destination Washington,
D. C. The Panamanian officials will participate in the forth-
coming Foreign Ministers Conference of the Organisation of
American States.
Hemisphere Meeting
Seeks Common Cause
By ARTHUR J. OLSEN
WASHINGTON, Mar, ,21 (UP)
The 21 Foreign Ministers of tha paratory exchanges of views have
Western Hemisphere republics disclosed these differences.o
will convene here Monday to seek
Arnold Bruckner, Finance Di-
rector, left by air this morning
for Washington where he wifl
spend about ten days on official
business for the Canal-Railroad
organization.
The principal purpose of his
trip is to attend with Governor
Newcomer the annual meeting
of the Board of Directors of the
Panama Railroad Company
which will start Monday in
Washington.
DurUig Bruckner's absence, Ira
L. Wrtght is acting as Finance
Director.
Balboa Tides
High
2:57 ajn. 13.9 ft.
3:17 pjn, 14.7 ft.
One Jailed, Another
Fined. For Racing
Buses On Highway
A 30-day Jail sentence was
imposed yesterday afternoon
in Balboa Magistrate's Court on
Antonio Z. Madrlnan. 27, Pana-
manian, one of two bus drivers
whose race down Gaillard High-
way last Friday night led to
overturning of one of the vehi-
cles.
Madrlnan was the driver of
an American Transportation
Company bus running for the
Navy. The bus ran out of con-
trol when Us rear was caught
by the front of the pther bus,
owned by the Gill Company.
A woman passenger, Rita
Green, In the Navy bus was in-
jured. She was treated at Gor-
gas Hospital for multiple contu-
sions and was released. A man,
believed to be Cpl. William M.
Maurer of the Rescue Boat
squadron at Rodman, was cut
on the scalp. Maurer reported
for work Saturday morning with
his clothing stained with blood
and said he had been in an au-
tomobile accident.
The driver of the Gill bus.
Isaiah O. Phillips. 33, was fined
$25 fend given a 15-day suspend-
ed sentence.
Mexican Writer
Prepares Piece On
Panama And Zone
Alfonso Martinez, member of
the staff of the Mexican, news
magazine "El Tiempo." is spend-
ing several days on the Isthmus.
He told a representative of The
Panam American today that he
Is working on a story on Pana-
m and the Canal Zone which
he expects to appear early next
month. J
During his stay here he has
talked with officials in Panam,
conferred with acting C. Z. Gov.
Herbert D. Vogel and U.S. Charge
Murry Wise, and has visited the
Canal locks. He expects to leave
tomorrow.
Auditors Arrive
To Examine Books
Of Panama Trust
Auditors from the United
States firm of Price Water-
house arrived in Panama by
air today. Immediately fol-
lowing their arrival they be-
gan a general examination
of the Panama Trust Com-
pany's account! and related
papers.
The Trust Company began
negotiations to have a gen-
eral audit of Its accounts
made last December, but
Low the final contract was not
8:18 a.m. 0.7 ft airced apon until this
9:41 p.m. 0.2 ft. month.
a "sense of common caus"
against the threat of world Com-
munist aggression.
The fourth Consultative Con-
ference of American Foreign
Ministers will work out measures
to shore up continental defenses
and the internal security of
member nations.
But the eyes of the 20 Spanish-
speaking Foreign Ministers will
be riveted on point three of the
conference a g e n d aeconomic
problems arising from the West-
ern World's defense mobiliza-
tion.
Dr. Carlos N. Brln, the For-
eign Minister of Panam, who
arrived late yesterday, said to
reporters:
"I sincerely hope that we will
all be able to cooperate in the
defense of Latin America and
all of the democratic countries
of the world."
Latin American nations-
mindful of the economic imbal-
ances thev suffered during and
after World War IIare girding
for a major effort to forestall the
shortages, Industrial stagnation,
and melting purchasing power
which were their heritage in the
months following the last war.
The United States has already
committed itself to do all possi-
ble to protect the economies of
the Latin American nations. But
hints from diplomatic quarters
here indicate that Washington
and the Southern republics will
bring to the conference table
conflicting Ideas of the extent of
United States commitments and
methods of carrying them out.
On the political frontcovered
In the first two items of the three
point agenda, no such split Is
likely.
Pan-American solidarity
against the Communist threat of
aggression has been demonstrat-
ed conclusively at Lak Success
in the past nine months.
Observers here expect the For-
eign Ministers to confirm exist-
ing agreements on Continental
defense. They mav accelerate the
activities of the Inter-American
Defense Boardan advisory mil-
itary groupand possibly suggest
a revival of the Committee for
the Political Defense of the Con-
tinent which smoked out subver-
sive groups in Latin America dur-
ing World War II.
In the economic field months
of pre-conference discussions
have reduced most members of
the Organization of American
States to agreement on the na-
ture of the problem and what to
do about It.
Disagreements among minis-
ters will arise on technical ques-
WASHINGTON, Mar. 21 (UP)
Secretar y of State Dean Ache-
son, In a statement endorsing
Congressional resolutions pledg-
ing American friendship for the
Russian people, said the United
States wants peace but her citiz-
ens "will not sell our souls for
it."
He pledged continued efforts
to seek peace, adding that the
great structure of peace which
the United States and her Allies
seek to build cannot be complet-
ed till all peoples under the
Kremlin's domination can "par-
ticipate In full partnership.
Aoheson wrote:
"It is well that the resolution
makes clear that while we covet
peace will not sell out our souls
for it.
"The peace we seek Is not
simply the absence of war, but a
sound and free collaboration
among the nations in a pattern
of responsibility based on mutual
respect. ,
"Peace in the first sense might
be obtained by moral capitula-
tion. Peace in the sense of our
seeking can be achieved and held
only by long hard effort.
"We and our Allies with us are
determined to create that kind of
Ksace. The goal would be brought
icalculably nearer with help
rather than hindrance from the
Soviet Union."
Acheson said Russia's leaders
mirror themselves in their inter-
pretation of the outside world.
As monopolists of power they
opinion between the United | profess to see in other govern-
In US Strength
KEY WEST, Florida, Mar. 21 (UP) President Harry
S. Truman said today that the United States has doubled
the size of its armed forces since the start of the Korean
War and its strength now exceeds 2,900,000 men.
Mr. Truman said: "This tremendous gain in our
strength" achieved at an all-time record rate "ha
been made necessary by the lawless aggresion of Com-
munist forces in Korea, and by the menace of still further
Communist attacks against other free nations."
This first public disclosure of
current United States armed
might was made in an exchange
of telegrams between Mr. Tru-
man and Defense Secretary
George C. Marshall.
Marshall told Mr. Truman that
the build up In the past nine
tlons of how and how much. Pre-
Cabinet Member's Home
Bombed In Costa Rica
SAN JOSE, Marzo 21 (UP
A bomb exploded last night
outside the home of Forelen
Relations Minister Don Mario
Echandl, causing heavy dam-
age to the building.
Echandl is leaving for Wash-
ington today to attend the
meeting of American Foreign
Ministers in Washington.
States and Latin American Gov-
ernments on key economic prob-
lems:
1. Essential Materials Assist-
ant Secretary of State Edward G.
Miller, Jr.. said last week that a
system of priorities and alloca-
tions appeared to be the only fair
way of ensuring supplies to Latin
America.
Southern republics agree, and
they want full representation on
the International Materials Con-
ference to guarantee it. They
would like the United States to
commit itself to supplying spec-
ific quantities of vital commodi-
ties to Latin America.
The United States, stressing
mutual sacrifice, prefers to em-
phasize defense needs as opposed
to civilian requirements at home
or abroad. The United States
view may mean severe belt-tight-
ening in Latin countries.
2. Price Controls and Inflation
Latin Americans want to see
the lid clamped on the cost of
living so that dollar surpluses
they might build up will not be
melted down by inflation. They
estimate they lost billions of dol-
lars that way In post-war Infla-
tion.
The United States admits the
problem but sees no feasible way
of guaranteeing the purchasing
power of the dollar four or five
years hence.
3. Production Latin America
wants a major capital Investment
program to develop the output of
strategic minerals and commodi-
ties. It also seeks expansion of lo-
cal plant capacity to produce fin-
ished and semi-finished goods.
The United States supports this
Ideaparticularly raising raw
material productionbut it may
not be prepared to push the pro-
gram o\ the big scale Latin A-
mericans look for.
4. Technical Assistance Latin
(Continued on Page 8, Column 1)
Arango Arrives
In New York; To
Enter Hospitol
NEW YORK, Marzo 21 (UP)
Augusto Guillermo Arando,
president of the recently closed
Panama Trust Company, arriv-
ed aboard the S. S. Cristobal to
enter the University of Penn-
sylvania Hospital where he will
undergo an examination for a
stomach ailment which he said
has bothered him for some
time.
Arango plans to enter the
hospital In two or three days.
He said he was hopeful his
tllment was not serious.
AieTTWill Be Held
At Ft. Kobbe Mon.
Fort Kobbe will hold a prac-
tice raid alert Monday, Mar. 26,
at 4:00 om. for personnel of
Fort Kobbe only, according to
an announcement from Head-
Sirters, United States Army
ribbean at Fort Amador.
ments the evils of monopoly.
Dominated by hostility towards
all contrasting systems they po-
fess to see that characteristic
reflected in the system they
fear and hat.
La Prensa Chief
Barred from Leaving
Country For Easier
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 21 (UP)
La Prensa publisher Alberto
Galnza Paz, who planned to
spend Easter with his mother
in Uruguay, was prevented by
the police from leaving Argen-
tina this morning, according to
La Prensa sources.
When Galnza Paz presented
hi documents before boarding
the flying boat for the 15-mln-
ute flight across the 35-mile
wide Rio de la Plata, he was
kept off the plane on the
grounds that his papers were
not in order.
Meanwhile the Joint congress-
ional committee appointed to
"Intervene into and investigate"
La Prensa notified the news-
paper's executives that it will
take over progressively the edit-
orial building, printshops, ware-
houses and branch offices here
and in the Interior.
It also ordered the executives
to return whatever documents
many may have been withdrawn
from the files before the investi-
gation was launched.
When La Prensa's attorney
tried to read the committee a
protest from Galnza Paz he was
overruled.
Representative Arturo Fron-
dlzi, the only non-Peronista
congressman on the committee
Issued a communique saying all
his resolutions in the committee
were voted down.
Coco Solo Marines
Held On Charges
Of Robbing Seaman
CRISTOBAL, Mar. 21. Two
young marines from Coco Solo
are being held here on a
charge of robbing seaman Leo-
nard L. Roger, Canal Zone po-
lice reported.
The two marines, Pfc. Robert
M. De Johnge, 19, and Corp.
James W. Curry, 20, were pick-
ed up Sunday after Rogers re-
ported that he had been held
up by two young Americans on
the Puerto Escondido Road. The
robbery was committed early
Saturday morning.
Police said that the two ma-
rines have signed confessions
and the stolen property has
been recovered. _
Roaring Cold Coast
Quiet These Days-
CRI/STOBAL. Mar. 21 For
the first time in 20 years or so.
according to the memory of
long-time officers of the law,
no criminal cases were called
here yesterday.
The docket for term day In
the District Court was entirely
civil cases.
Police Capt. John Fahne-
tock confirmed that a number
of criminal cases are pending
and have taken the first step
t h r o a g h the Magistrate's
Court; they are not, however,
ready for disposition in the
higher court.
months had proceeded at a rate
more than twice as fast as in
the early days of World War TX
when the United States mobiliz-
ed the greatest fighting force in
all its history.
Mr. Truman served notice on
Russia that this build up is "evi-
dence of our determination, in
company with other free nations,
to establish and maintain world
peace." He said in reply to Mar-
shall: "The armed forces we ara
building and the supplies for
them which our factories, farm
and mines are turning out are
for the protection and preserva-
tion of our freedom."
In an implied bid to the Unit-
ed States' Allies to go and do
likewise Mr. Truman said: "Tha
speed with whleh we have bee
able to strengthen our defenses
should be a source of inspira-
tion and encouragement to men
everywhere who love freedom.'
At the same time Mr. Truman
made an outright appear for
public and Congressional sup-
port of a still bigger build up of
United 8tates armed strength.
He told Marshall he Is confident
the Defense Department "will
continue to build the strength
we need, fully supported by Con-
gress and the American people.
The present goal of the armed'
forces Is 3,482,000 men, to be
achieved as soon as possible al-
ter June 30 next.
But military experts have sata
that even these sights may have
to be lifted. When the North Ko-J
rean Communists touched off,
the Korean War last June 25 b
driving across the 38th paralle
the United States armed strengtr
was 1,458,500. Since then six Na-
tional Ouard divisions and many-
reserve units have been called to
the colors.
Additionally 450,000 men hav
been drafted, with another 80,-
000 scheduled for Induction in
April and 60,000 in Mav.
The disclosure of United State*
arrried might as of todav
came at a moment when Sen-
(Continued on Page 8. Column 1)1
MOBILIZE
for
DEFENSE
through
Your RED CROSS
GIVE NOW!
Top Brass Fears UMT Stymie
Under Proposed House Bill
-----o----- ""
WASHINGTON. Mar. 21 (UP) Rep. Lealie C. Arenas, R, Ill-T
Too military men are afraid House GOP whip, who voted for
the administration's proposed the combined draft-UMT bill to
Universal Military training pro- the Armed Services Committee,
eram would never be put into has said a move will be made on
effect under theRevised House the floor to split it into two
draft bill, It was disclosed to- parts so -^s^an^vote off
The bul which comes up for Arends said it is not correct,
debate Apr. 3, would provide however, to assume that sup-
UMT machinery for use when porters of thb partition p an
either the President or Congress want to kill UMT. He said the
halts the draft, but only If Con- object is merely to let the Houee
gress falls to veto specific train- consider each Issue on It me-
lng pla prepared by a special rlts. -
UMT contusion. The lawmak- Arends also said he was not
ers would have 6C days to act. speaking for the GOP leader-
The generals would like to see ship when he told the rule
the 60-day veto provision tossed committee Monday this and
out. informed sources said, be- other amendments would be of-
cause they feel It would slow fered when the bul come to a
up the program unnecessarily vote in the House ___
and might block UMT alto- In addition to the veto pro-
eether vision, Pentagon leaders ar*
As drawn by the armed ser- "very concerned" about another
vices committee, the bUl would provision to put the UMT pro-
enable a simple majority In eram under a commission of
either House or Senate to re- Five members, Including three
lect the UMT plans. This would civilians.
mean that 100 of the 435 House They wonder how themilltary
Sem^ers could, under some clr- would fit Into trua They are
cumstances. veto any UMT plan not satisfied with the bill s re-
submitted to Congress. qulrement that trainees get
MUitary men were said to be "basic military tracing." They
afraid UMT opponents In the are afraid they wont have
House always will be able to much voice in saying what the
muster that many votes. training will be.
Adding to their worries Is a Generally, the Pentagon would
moVe by some House members, prefer a draft-UMT bill already
including key Republicans, to peaeed by the Senate. Like the
sDllt the bill's UMT provisions House bill, it broaden the draft
apart from other ectlons lower- for use now andset upfor use
tag the draft age from 19 to late a UMT pOrgm requiring
18t, and lengthening the draft ix months training of all your*
term from 21 to 26 months. men.


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Friday en route to New York, ac-
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ger list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arrleta, Mr.
and Mrs. George O. Bass, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin J. Beckman and son,
Lt. Col. Leo M. Bldas, Mr. and
Mrs. Billy J. Bledsoe and son, Mrs.
Emma Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Brandtner, Mrs. Emily Brown,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burgess.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carry. Mrs.
Laura G. Casement, Dr. Walter
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher A.
Cllsbee, Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Compton and two children, Mr.
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erlck N. Damon, Mr. and Mrs.
Mervyn Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ev-
erett O. Dodson and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur T. Donnelly.
Mrs. R. S. Favlll, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Gray, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Hampel. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert C. Hawvichorst, Julius J.
Hentschel, Betty Hosey, Irving P.
Hughson, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
L. Hullinger, and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hurley.
Isoby Intas, Anthony P. Inver-
go, Mary Klernan, Raymond J.
Kain, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A.
Koperski, Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Lahl, James H. Leverenz, Mrs.
Lulu M. Matheson, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd F. Maxwell, Samuel G. May,
James F. McCartney, and Frances
H. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pasternak,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Pearson, Stan-
ley Peck, Dr. and Mrs. George E.
Pooley and two sons. Mary O'Re-
gan, and Mrs. Ethel Reiner.
Edith L. Skidnfore, J. Spencer
Smith and Mrs. Smith, Joseph M.
Surea, Sally Taylor,. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Turk, Charles W.
Wallour, Carl W. Warner, and
Virginia Wellington.
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FRECKLES AMD HIS FRIENDS
Not Too Smart
By MERRILL BLOSSKB
TELLn, MR-SMITH, 1 HOW t>P THe? / ^ INCREDIBLE J |SMT | NOTION ARISE R\ ?*? THAT TOUR. Jg^- L4 SONSA ^SV^ k 6EMIUS ? ^W=-+i * -^/-eee-BS^gRLr^C ; i>T/"-& fe alan, v\
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T. HAM LIB
"When this hand was played,'
writes a Los Angeles correspon-
dent "South was sure of five
tricks In the major suits and
needed four tricks in the minors
to make his contract.
"He saw at once that he had to
find either the queen of clubs or
the king of diamonds in the West
hand. If the diamond finesse
worked, he would have four tricks
in that suit alone. If the club fin-
esse worked, he would make three
club tricks and the ace of dia-
monds.
"As lt happened, South tried
the diamond finesse. It lost to
East's king and East knocked out
South's remaining spade stopper.
"Now South was dead. He
could (and did) run eight tricks;
but the moment he touched the
clubs. East took his ace and
made the rest of the tricks with
spades.
"Obviously, South could hive
made the contract by trying tiie
club finesse instead of the dia-
mond. But should he have known
or was lt a guess? Please tell
the truthdon't dig up a strain-
ed reason Just because you can
see all the hands."
I cannot tell a lie: South should
nave tried the club finesse for a
very good reason.
East was sure to have the ace
of clubs for his vulnerable over-
call. Hence it would be fatal to
lose the diamond finesse laa
Sou'h found out when he actual-
ly played the hand.)
If South tried the club finesse
and happened to lose to the
queen of clubs, his remaining
spade stopper would be knocked
out. Then, however, he could still
try the diamond finesse. And if
that worked, he would still mane
his contract.
In other words, South can try
botn finesses if he begins with
the clubs and loses his first try.
But lt he begins with diamonds
and loses his first try, he is dead
then and there. -
(A Lenten feature of The Pan-
am American, prepared by the
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episcopal
Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
HIS LOVE
"Verllv I say unto thee, To-
day shalt thou be with me In
Paradise." Read St. Luke 23:
31-43.
Our Lord's gracious promise to
the penitent thief was, "Today
shalt thou be with me." Bossuet
may well exclaim, "Todaywhat
Immediacy; with Mewhat com-
pany.
Can we realize that we may
have that company with immedi-
acy, without waiting for Para-
dise, here and now? He has not
gone away: He is present with us.
"Where two or three are gather-
ed together In my name, there I
am In the midst of them," He
said, "I am with you always." He
comes to dwell In us so that we
may have a personal knowledge
of Him and realise Him in our
own experience. And one who
had that experience supremely
could say with conviction, "I live,
yet not I, but Christ llveth in
me."
That is the great love our Lord
has for us: He greatly wishes to
share that love with us. A love
that is born out of knowledge of
us: a love that knows us person-
ally, and seeks us out where we
Uve. He knows us. and therefore
He loves us wisely and maturely
and individually. He knows you
as you read thisand He loves
you. as vou are, now. Do you live
up to that? A humble penitent
person can be at one with with
Him. That Is where we belong in
union with Jesus Christthe
strongest union in the worldin
the bond of His love.
He turns to the penitent pris-
oner beside Him and says. "You
will be with me." "That He
may dwell in us and we in Him."
Pray for someone you know who
remains separated from Christ
our Lord.
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aOIN'SOMEPLACE FAST...
AN' I ONLY PUSHED
THIS THING A WEE
UTTLE BIT.'
Samuel Smug!
faasuel Smug Is smart, 'tig true,
If you were he, you would be too!
Sam can always find good buys.
is secret Is to advertise!
LOOK YOUR
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
COLLINS, Mr. and. Mrs. Clel-
land D., of New Cristobal, daugh-
ter. Mar. 16, Colon Hospital.
FORTUNE, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
S.. of Camp Bierd, son. Mar. J6,
Colon Hospital.
ROBINSON. Mr. and Mrs. Ce-
cil, ot-Colon, son, Mar. 16, Colon
Hospital
WADE, Mr. and Mrs George, of
Gamboa, twin boys, Mar. 19, Gor-
gas Hospital.
SEALEY. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar,
ot Gamboa, daughter, Mar. 19,
Gorgas Hospital.
McBRIDE. Mr. and Mrs. B. D.,
of Rodman, son, Mar 19, Gorgas
Hospital.
TORBERT, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.,
of Curundu. son, Mar. 19, Gorgas
Hospital.
LEHMAN, Capt. and Mrs. R. O.,
of Ft. Kobbe, son, Mar. 19. Gor-
gas Hospital.
CHASE, Mr. and Mrs. Charles,
of Cristobal, daughter, Mar. 17,
Colon Hospital.
JORDAN, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph-
us L., of New Providence, daugh-
ter, Mar. 18, Colon Hospital.
Deaths
WARREN. Lynneth G., three
days. La Boca, Mar. 19, Gorgas
Hospital.
False Alarm Explained
SYRACU8E, N.Y. (UPI A bus
driver accomplished the trick of
the week when he set off a fire
alarm. Harry Btroup told police
he had to cut a corner too sharp-
ly because of an approaching au-
tomobile. The rear fender of the
bui struck a firebox, setting off
the alarm.
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PAGE THREE
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lorn Locks
Irew Cut, Horn-Rimmed Specs Replace Profile
*EW YORK, (NEA).-^-The role
Broadway'* top matinee Idol,
fiich was once exclusively filled
handsome men with dls-
bgulshed profiles, Is now the
|rsonal property of a youngster
ned Russell Nype. Nobody has
discovered If he even has a
oflle, much less whether It's
^tingulshed.
at he has twoxther attrlbut-
I which threaten to set a pat-
pi for Idols yet unborn. One
a crew haircut. The other
horn-rimmed glasses. Add
ose to a pleasant, collegiate
irsonallty and a pleasant, col-
pate singing voice and you've
1951' answer to John Barry-
t>re.
Hype made his Broadway de-
It In October, playing the
venlle lead with Ethel Mer-
ia in "Call Me Madam."

NEXT DAY he had tele-
tlon, night club and movie
iucers fighting- to bid for
services. The first load of
endless stream of fan-mall
reamed in. People stopped him
the street to congratulate
And his eyeglasses and
se-trlmmed coiffure were
nous.
iow 26, Nype is a Zlon, 111.,
who says he- was "the
(liest kid In town."
pe was bitten by the foot-
|ht buy when he made his
MATINEE IDOL,
BEFORE AND AFTER:
with (lasses.
Off with hair, on
theatrical debut as a boy so-
prano In an Easter Sunday per-
formance. He was five.

BUT HIS AMBITION had to
wait. Nype went through Lake
Forest, 111., College on a scholar-
ship and graduated with high-
est honors in English. After a
three-year Army stint, he
stormed New York.
"I came with my uniform and
$300 musterlng-out pay," says
the man who Is expected to
earn $75,000 this year. "The first
thing I did was to start glamor-
izing myself."
The glamorizing process in-
volved fancy, theatrical haircuts
and contact lenses so he could
shelve his eyeglasses. But by the
time he went on in "Call Me
Madam," Broadway had un-
glamorlzed him right back to
where he started.

"FIRST THEY SCALPED ME
In New Haven," Nype recalls.
'"Then, after weeks of hiding in
' the wings to put in my contact
.lenses, Russell Crouse (the
i show's co-author) caught me
with my glasses on. 'I like them,'
I he said, 'keep them on.'"
Despite his popularity, Nype
I remains a bachelor. But he says
I he's, looking around very seri-
lously.
I Although he claims to be
lonely, Broadway gossip columrt-
'lsts continually link his name
with assorted ladles. He pooh-
poohs such items as "all pub-
B,IleI"" .
"LIKE THE TALK about me
and the Duchess of Windsor,"
he explains. "The Duchess Is a
charming, gracious woman. I'm
flattered to be a friend of both
the Windsors."
Essentially, Nype Is unaffect-
ed by his sudden fame. He still
sings hymns, loves hamburgers,
lounges in overalls, goes for long
walks and hopes someday to (a)
write a novel and (b) own a
farm.
'Dwyer Admits Appointing
riends of Costellos in NY
>JEW YORK, Mar. 21, (UP)
Irmer Mayor William O'Dwycr
Id Senate Crime Investigators
Jay that he battled Frank Cos-
flo's "sinister" political indu-
ce for four years but admitted
appointed a handful of the
ibler's friends to city Jobs.
)'Dwyer's testimony f 111 e d
itly into the pattern which the
nate Crime Investigating com-
|ttee has been trying to estab-
ln its hearings here that
bre is a link between organized
Ime and politics. In earlier ses-
Ins, the Committee counsel had
|ight to show that Costello wan
boss of a multl-mllllon-dol-
crime syndicate as well as a
ck-stage manipulator in pli-
pos tello. who has worn a dif-
tent suit on each of the five
ys he has been called to tesll-
jreturned to the witness stand
u today. And again he refused
I answer the committee's big
stion: How much Is he worth?
held out despite the commit-
threats to prosecute him
contempt of Congress...
)'Dwyer, now Ambassador to
fcxico, sought to prove that he
|d used his patronage powers
an effort to break Costello's
ominant" influence over Tam-
ly Hall, the Democratic poli-
lal organization In New York
3ut Committee Counsel Ru-
Iph Halley hammered away to
dw that ODwyer had appolnt-
| Costello's friends to office. He
ed Joseph Z. Loscalzo, whom
vyer named a judge of Spe-
ll Sessions Court.
And you knew he was a pro-. Prve that Jones forced his al-
ie of Costello?" Halley asked.
fl did not," ODwyer said em-
latlcally.
I'Dld you know that as a bud-
Tig Assistant District Attorney
Queens (County) Loscalzo
|ight out Costello and asked
to say a good word tor
... ?" Halley demanded.
fl didn't know It," O'Dwyer
Id.
Then Halley asked if O'Dwyer
known that Lawrence Aus-
whom he appointed to a city
, was related to Costello's ai-
led handy man, garment man-
kcturer Irving Sherman.
fl learned It the day after," O*-
pyer replied.
lalley asked the former Mayor
le knew that a man he had up-
Inted to a post In the City De-
rtment of Hospitals was a bru-
br-in-law of Willie Morettl,
lorn O'Dwyer had named as ore
the ruling leaders of organize
1 crime.
fNo." O'Dwyer replied shortly.
ouldn't you have found some-
for the hospital Job who was
related to Morettl," Halley
ked.
There are things you have to
I politically If you want to get
[operation," O'Dwyer replied.
DTJwyer also admitted he had
Dinted Abe Rosen thai, a
bnd of Costello's, as assistant
[por at ion counsel, and that two
pnds of gambler Joe Adonis,
orge Joyce and former fire
nmlssloner Frank Quayle, also
tt close friends of his.
lalley said that one reason the
umittee had wanted to ques-
O'Dwyer was because it
lught he knew more about sln-
lr Influences In Tammany
In anyone else.
kt one point Halley asked O'-
ver if he hadn't played one
Ition of Tammany Hall against
bther when he was Mayor.
lat's the best you can do "
bwyer replied. "You can't do
ithlng else in this city."
b'Dwyer and Sen. Charles To-
f R.. Nil., who shouted bltter-
|at each other yesterday, en-
led today in a philosophical
[versation about Costello.
It's a funny thing what mac-
llsm that man has," Tobey
sed. "You look him over here
he looks like minus sero.
Tat in your opinion is his at-
fction for these people?"
Jell whether he's a business
man or a banker or a gangster,
his pocketbook is always attrac-
tive to people," O'Dwyer said
thoughtfully.
"It's a sad state of affairs," To-
bey said.
"I wish we might revive the oid
custom of taboo," the Senator
continued. "Don't you agree with
me that these men should be os-
tracized?"
"Well," O'Dwyer said slowly,
"If you send them somewhere eie
they'll do just as much harm.
There Isn't much room In the
world for ostracism today. I think
we should just keep them here
and watch them."
"In my opinion there's plenty
of room for them outjn Nevada
just as they are exploding an a-
tom bomb," Tobey said.
Bizarre Deaf-Mute Triangle
Slaying Trial Opens in Gq.
ATLANTA, Mar. 21, (UP) The
wife of the victim in a bizarre
"silent triangle" slaying testified
in sign language today that she
had intimate relations three
times with the deaf-mute charg-
ed with her husband's murder.
Plain, bespectacled Mrs. Will-
lam H. Knight said that defend-
ant Allen Jones "forced" her lo
have relations with him In an
Albany, Oa., hotel.
She said she was intimate with
him two other times in Atlanta.
It was not brought out whether
Jones used force those times but
Mrs. Knight said she was "afra.d"
of him.
Questions were relayed to Mrs.
Knight by a sign-language ex-
pert who converted her answers
to the spoken word for the jury
and court reporter.
The state was attempting tc
tentions on Mrs. Knight, threat-
ened her and her husband and
finally waylaid Knight outside
the place where he worked and
strangled him.
Jones' attorneys, who said they
would offer "surprising" testimo-
ny later, concentrated at the
opening of the trial on discredit-
ing Mrs. Knight as a witness by
attempting to show she had Te-
latlons with "numerous" other
men.
All three principals and several
of the witnesses to be called were
members of Atlanta's deaf-mute
colony. Judge E. E. Andrews-
warned the rows of mute specta-
tors that he would no allow
sign-language comment during
the trial.
After a jury of males with nor-
mal speech' and hearing v.as
chosen. Solicitor William Hall
outlined the State's case and put
Mrs. Knight on the stand as the
opening witness.
She testified about the intima-
cies and said she also had taken
a trip to Savannah Beach, Qa..
with Jones, her three-year-old
son, Jack and her normal bro-
ther, Ray Lanler and Lanler's
wife.
After they came back to Atlan-
ta the boy found a snapshot of
the group on the beach and show-
ed It to Knight, who grew angry,
and quarreled with her, Mrs.
Knight said.
h
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all is well,
A Job you found, as we can tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
ttrf n
Soon you'll be president, wait 'n
see!
She testified she went to her
parents' home in Moultrie, Oa ,
and Jones later followed her
there. He showered her with pre-
sents including sweaters, a dress,
stockings and Jewelry, she said,
and gave her $30 toward seek-
ing a divorce.
She said Jones threatened both
her and, through her, her Hus-
band but she went back to Knight
and told him to try to keep Jonjs
away from her.
Jones, however, "kept coming
back, he was stubborn," Mrs.
Knight said according to the ex-
pert's translation of her finger-
talk. Asked whether her husba.id
had considered asking for police
protection, Mrs. Knight signaled:
"He Intended to call the police
but he Is dead."
Mrs. Knight kept her story
substantially the same during
cross-examination.
In his opening statement, De-
fense Attorney Dan Duke said
he would attempt to prove that
on one occasion when Knight
came home a deaf-mute other
than Jones was with Mrs. Knight.
The man fled out the back way
and when Knight suspected some
one had been there Mrs. Knight
told him It was Jones, the attor-
ney said.
Knight was found dead of
strangulation In Jones' car last
Feb. 17.
Dancing Coeds Turn
Heads lo Training
For Citizenship
By JAMES A. GRANT
United Press Staff Correspondent
OAKLAND, Calif., Mar. 21 (UP)
Co-eds from fashionable Mills
College, noted for their informal
classroom garb, are disproving a
cherished theory held by many
males, that women go to college
to get husbands rather than an
education.
Far from the imaginary "sweet
thing" who exists only for week-
end parties and dances, the Mills
College co-eds Is taking an active
and quizzical Interest in what
makes the world tick.
A new, far-from-the-usual
course in "training for responsi-
ble citizenship" has drawn such
a response from the 800-women
student body that Dr. Laurence
Sears, the course's originator, has
been forced to move from a class-
room to the campus concert hall.
Dr. Sears' new type of course In
world affairs will be without text-
books and examinations. The co-
eds listen to, and question, lead-
ers In the fields of business, gov-
ernment, education and foreign
affairs in weekly sessions which
will extend over a four-month pe-
riod.
Dr. Sears, who believes his
course is the first of Its kind ever
offered by an American univer-
sity or college, wants his students,
who come from 39 states, 14 for-
eign countries and three territo-
ries, to "realize what is impor-
tant and what is not important."
While the doctor won't ask for
a formal examination when the
course ends, he will expect each
co-ed to do a "think" piecea
term professors like to use when
an essay calls for mental work
explaining what the course has
meant to her. Each student will
set two credits.
Greetings Not Needed
NIAGARA FALLS, NY. (UPl
Late last year, the draft board
sent greetings to Robert Schultz.
More recently, Schultz received
another letter, warning him to re-
port in ten dayj or "suffer the
consequences." Schultz had en-
listed with the Marines in 1948
and has been fighting In Korea
for months.
Spring Rushes In-
With Snow, Winds
Over Northern US
CHICAGO, Mar. 2 (UP).
Spring is due officially today,
but winter held on stubbornly
with more snow and high winds
in the midwest and cool weather
prevailed over most of the na-
tion.
Forecasters said spring arrived
at 5:26 a.m. with most of the
cool weather still prevailing, but
not much precipitation.
Lone exceptions were the far
Southwest, Southern California
and the extreme tip of Florida,
where the weather was farm.
The fourth straight day of
snow and stiff winds plagued
the Dakotas and Minnesota,
while another belt of snow ex-
tended from Springfield, -Mo,
west to Kansas.
Mile after mile of secondary
roads were blocked by wind-
driven snow and many families
were reported running short of
food.
Gov. Norman Brunsdale of
North Dakota said the state
would rent bulldozers and other
equipment from private con-
tractors in an effort to bolster
its own overtaxed machines and
get the roads opened.
The Army flew in three snow-
traveling weasels to help strick-
en North Dakota. They were to
be used for emergency food and
medical deliveries and to ferry
doctors to critical patients.
Hundreds of "ham" radio
operators were on duty In the
northern storm area to relay
emergency calls. Some had not
left their seta for days. Jack
Lally, a retired Minneapolis
policeman, said he had been at
his set night and day since
Sunday morning relaying emer-
geny calls for the civil air pa-
trol.
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With the barbers in 'Moscow it's
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(he time they're cutting your
hair and at the finish comes
the un-C ommunistic out-
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This bourgeois, capitalistic
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organization "Mosgorpromby-
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but not profound"pure "yak-
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On* barber. Comrade Krav-
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barbers?" This barber, the
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heard the newsthat under
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEW8PAPER
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1. II
Panama, Colon Baseball Series Opens Tonight
Giants' Mistake Gave Brownies
Homebred Southpaw Prospect
i
(EDITOR'S NOTE The fol-
lowing is an excerpt from the
latest issue of the Sportinr
Newi. Lou Sleater is a former
Canal Zone League star with
the Cristobal Mottas.)
, o
By BOB BROEG
BURBANK. Calif.
Traditionally short on pitching.
the Browns haven't had a reli-
able lefthander in years, but
thanks to a front-office mistake
of the Giants, they hope to come
up with a topflight southpaw in
Lou Sleater. a native St. Loulsan
who now lives in Baltimore.
Sleater is a chunky 23-year-old
resembling Al Smith, former
Giant and Indian lefty who also
came off the sidewalks of St.
Louis. Lou was grabbed quickly
by the Browns last April when
the roving eye of Bill DeWltt
caught his name on a waiver list.
DeWitt knew that Sleater was a
bonus player and. more impor-
tant, of course, that the Giants
couldn't withdraw the waivef re-
quest, mistakenly made.
Assigned to San Antonio after
pitching one scoreless inning
against Cleveland in the first
week of the American League
aeason, the son of a former St.
Louis professional soccer star
helped the Missions to a Texas
League playoff championship
and Dixie Series title, winning 12
games and losing only five. His
earned-run average was a solid
2.82. And that made three
straight years in which both his
won-and-lost record and ERA
were better than par for the
pitching course.
Sleater originally was signed by
the Boston Braves while pitch-
ing high school ball In Baltimore,
where a government job took his
father when Lou was 13. He was
with Hartford of the Eastern
League one month before Uncle
Sam beckoned. After a two-year
cruise in the Navy, he decided to
go to college instead of playing
ball. The Braves promptly hand-
ed him an unconditional release.
The Cubs helped the kid
change his mind, though, offer-
ing him a modest bonus in ex-
cess of the $2.400 Class A limit in
1947, giving Sleater the bonus-
player stigma which was to have
its strange twist later. Assigned
first to Davenport, where he had
a 1-3 record in the Class B
Three-I League, the young south-
Daw then was shipped to Ogdens-
burg of the Class C Border Lea-
gue. He won five of six starts be-
fore the end of the season, and
then came an argument with
Jack Sheehan, director of the
Chicago farm system, over his
plans to pitch winter ball In Pan-
am.
As a result, the Cubs sold
Sleater to Ogdensburg, where In
1948 he won 12, lost eight and had
a 3.37 earned-run average, per-
suading the Giants to buy his
contract. As a Giant farmhand.
Lou had a 14-13 record and 2.77
ERA with Jacksonville of the
Class A Sally League in '49.

Quite a Hitter. Too
The clerical error in the Gi-
ants' office followed last spring
while Sleater was in training
with Leo Durocher's club at Pho-
enix, and the Browns latched on
to the lefthander.
Lou Impressed the Browns at
San Antonio almost as much with
his hitting as with his pitching.
Used frequently as a pinch-hit-
ter, Sleater batted over .260 and,
as Vice-President Charley De-
Witt explains, hit with power. De-
Wltt. who rode herd on the San
Antonio club down the stretch. Is
especially high on the all-around
skill and intelligence of the for-
mer hometown boy. Though mar-
ried now, Sleater has continued
to pursue his studies in the off-
season for a physical education
degree at Maryland State Col-~
lege.
Pitching Coach Earle Brucker
was Impressed, too, with Sleater
in early training drills this year.
"He's got a swell curve ball, good
enough fast one and gives the
Impression he's learned a lot the
last year," Brucker said.
UPHILL TRAIL
NOTRE DAME. Ind., (NBA).
Frank Leahy oredicts a 1951
football comeback for Notre
Dame if followers don't expect
too much.
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V
HXTT-TWO years
Co a croup of men founded a Colony unique In
America . one that aoou became famous fur
In excellent wlnea. They called it /(alian Biclsi
Colony. They chose a spot In the rolling foothills
of Sonoma Countythe heart of California's fine-
wine countrywhere soil and climate were Ideal.
They planted Europe's choicest vine cuttings,
which thr!?ed remarkably without irrigation, as
In creat Old World wine districts. Then, with
skill and patience, these Colonists made wlnea
that won many cold medals and nlch awards at
world expositions.
To know the rest of this romantic story, simply
openand enjoy with your dinnera fine bottle
of table wine from the quaint Colony Tillage of
Astl. You'll find it fragrant and flavorfula wine
as outstanding as the extraordinary Colony that
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BODEGA NACIONAL
(Tivoli Crossing)
I DEAN__The St. Louis Cardinals appear to have
a left-handed DiiS Dean in W.lmer David (Vinegar Bend,, M,-
SThe six-foot five-inch, 205-pound ^"^-AJ^"
posted 17 victories against seven defeats for the^ Class a Winston-
Salem club last season. (NBA)
Strayers Also Have Chance
In National Distillers Play
The duffers and the strayers
will also have their chance this
vear In the fourth annual Ra-
tional Distillers Best Ball Cham-
pionship scheduled for the Sum-
plonanip scneauiea ior me oum- iuwm umuut. oi.v. ."":
mlt Hills Golf Club, site of the Bonded Bourbon, Royal Mounted
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new Inter-Club champions, from
Mar. 31 through April 29.
It Is specifically designed this
year to Interest the higher handi-
cap golfers. Rather than the
usual single flight of 19 cham-
pionship teams, the National Dis-
tillers are sponsoring an addi-
tional flight in order to promote
golfing Interest. Play in the
championship flight will, of
course, be from scratch. How-
ever, play in the first flight will
be with a handicap allowance of
one-half the combined handicaps
of a team,
Prises for this first flight will
be many and varied. The win-
Exhibition
Results
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celve engraved silver Julep cups.
The runners-up in the first flight
will receive a prize consisting of
four bottles of each of the fol-
lowing products: Black Label
Canadian Whiskey, and Ron Cor-
tez. In addition, all the players of
the first flight will be eligible for
the tournament spot prizes, one
of which has already been an-
nounced. National Distillers will
present a bottle Of Agewood to
those carding a birdie on the
tough par 3. fourth hole.
Tfee National Distillers Best
Ball Championship has always
produced some very interesting
golf; beginning with the first
tournament in 1947, when Matt
Shannon and Dickie Arias proved
themselves true champions with
a tough victory, after being in
the uncomfortable position of
ners of the first flight will re- three down and four to play. The
Jim Ferrier Cops
Jacksonville Open
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Mar. 21
(UP) Red hot JlmTerrler bang-
ed out his fourth straight 68
Monday, to win the Jacksonville
Open golf tournev with a 272 to-
tal. It was the third win in a row
for the San Francisco pro, and it
iust barelv missed making him
the year's leading money winner.
Llovd Mangrum of Chicago clung
to that title by tying for second-
place with Jack Shields, both
carding 283's In the Florida tour-
nev.
Rain clouds kept the final
round gallery down, although
thev didn't burst loose until the
closing minutes of the event.
"The rain didn't bother me.'
said Ferrier as he came In to col-
lect his winnings. "We only had
to nlay one hole *n It."
Ferrier played a mechanical,
consistent game throughout the
four days of the tournev over the
Hyde Park course. His best break
In Monday's round was on the
third hole, where he hit a 20-
foot chip shot for a birdie.
Mangrum. one of the pre-tour-
ney favorites, Dractically blew his
chances for first place with a
five-over par 77 on the first
round. He made a fine comeback
however with a 68, 66, and final
round 72.
Penn's Ernie Beck
Tod Ivv I pque
'cwketball Scorer
NEW YORK. Mar. 21(UP>
Sonhomore Ernie Beck of Penn-
sylvania has won basketball scor-
ing honors in the Ivy League.
Final league figures show Beck
scored 244 oolnts and had an
pverage of 20.3 points ner game.
The Penn star sank 98 field goals
to set a new Ivy League record
and tied another league mark by
hittim? for 16 baskets In a game
against Dartmouth.
Ernie 8mith of Harvard finish-
ed second in scoring with 227
points and an average of 18.9 per
game. Jack Mollnas of Columbia
is thir dwith 171 points and a 14.3
average,
Unbeaten Columbia tops the
league in both offense and de-
fense. The Lions averaged 70.8
points per game while holding
n opposition to an average of
51.7.
competition in the finals was of \
the toughest caliber, too. Mike
Kullkowskl and Commander
Hughes were pouring it on, but
Shannon and Arias were equal to
the challenge .In 1948. Tommy
Thompson and Clement Maloney
won a stirring battle over
Thatcher Clisbee smd Jack Hut-
chlngs with a birdie three on the
19th hole. In 1849 the tourna-
ment was not played; however. In
1950, Johnny MacMurray and
Jaime de la Guardia teamed up
and formed a winning combina-
tion. In 1951. who knows??? It
might be you and your partner.
The finals of the Best Ball
Championship will be followed bv
the usual borrachera at which all
the finalists are presented with
their "loot."
St. Petersburg Florida
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Kent Peterson, Harry Perkow-
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Bill Sarni. WPDusak. LP
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AND LEADING LIQUOR STORES
Baseball Prep
School At Gatun
While the weather permits.
Coach Woods is gathering toge-
ther the Gatun "small-fry" to
try out one of his plans to
further their sport interest. He
feels It will be especially va-
luable lor their future baseball
interest and development to in-
doctrinate them now in baseball
fundamentals.
The regulation baseball is used
at times but much of the word
is with a tennis ball in order
to eliminate a knob on the head
or a finger injury. These boys
are enjoying this class thor-
oughly besides learning the ba-
sic fundamentals of baseball.
Attendance has been perfect
at every session with the follow-
ing boys enrolled: George Cot-
ton, Raymond Scheldegg, Billy
Thrift, Joe Coffin, Tommy
Bowers. Gary Irving, Bob Wil-
liams, Paul Ebdon. Paul Kunkle,
Gilbert O'Sullivan. Mickey Cun-
ningham. Mike Barfleld. Ernest
Steibertz and Bill Harrison,
Local Rate -
Little League
In The Making
Little League baseball for local
rate teen-agers is about to be in-
troduced in the Canal Zone.
La Boca has made the first im-
portant move by securing from
Leroy Fergus and Lesterlo Ifill
sponsorshiDs for two teams which
will be called, respectively, Fer-
gus La Bocans and Ifill Monarchs.
The two sponsors of the La Bo-
ca teams are former students of
the La Boca school and are sup-
porting the Deportivo Fergus and
Lesterio Ifill. teams of the La Bo-
ca Minor Softball League.
An organising committee com-
posed of Robert Likins, Aston
Parchment, and Jose French will
meet with leaders of the local
rate towns to plan for an eight-
team league which will be affili-
ated with Little League Baseball.
Inc., of the United States.
Tentative plans call for two
teams at La Boca and at Silver
City and one team at each of the
following towns: Red Tank-Para-
lso.-Santa Cruz, and Chagres.
H. L. Donovan. Director, Com-
munity Services, who is Commis-
sioner of Little League Baseball
for the Canal Zone, will also pre-
side as Commissioner for the lo-
cal rate Little League organiza-
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SHULTON
Inter-Provincial Amateur
Champs Clash At Stadium
Tonight at 7:30 the Panam Provincial Amateur Leal
gue champions, Pinocho, will tockle the Coln champj
Mauricio, at the Panam Olympic Stadium in the fir$|
game of a three game series.
The series should be Interest-
ing all the way and tonight's bat-
tle shapes up as a fitting opener
with the two ace hurlers slated to
toe the mound to start the game.
Eric George, Colon's top ama-
teur moundsman, boasts an en-
viable record (5-1) and will be
hard to beat tonight. Only three
days ago George hurled five hit-,
less innings against a Fort Davis
team. His teammate. Domingo
Santlzo, went the other four and
allowed three safeties. The final
score was Colon All-Stars 17, Ft.
Davis 0.
George and Santlzo, both of
whom seemed destined for future
greatness on the diamond, are
mere youths being only 19 and 20
years old. However, they are ex-
perienced competitors
Other Mauricio stars who are
expected to help their team im-
mensely in this series are Dioni-
sio Miller, catcher; Alberto Jim-
enez, first baseman; Carlos Mag-
daleno, second baseman, and
Eustaaulo Soils.
On the other hand Pinocho will
trot c it their unbeaten ace hurl- $0.15, and $0.10.
er, Ellas Osorlo, In an effort tl
draw first blood. Osorlo won flvl
games in as many starts durlnl
the past season.
Pinocho will also be countlnl
heavily on Marco Cobos, Lu
Sanjur, Alfredo Rosales anl
"Pumpum" Cumberbatch to com!
through for them.
Five top umpires will see ac
tlon. They are Jose Antonio Che
ca. Nicolas (Nkk) Karamaltl
Leonard (Yacka) Roberts, Ber|
Stevens and Fltz Roberts.
The complete lineup of thl
Mauricio team was not avallabl|
at the time these lines were bi
Ing written.
Plnocho's lineup:
J. Herrera, 2b
L. Cumberbatch, 3b
L. Sanjur, ss
P. Osorlo, cf
M. Cobos, c
E Peres, rf
A. Duggan, If
J. Padilla, lb
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MIAMI BEACH. No matter what you may have heard
the contrary, Walter Mulbry u through as a member of baseball|
official family. He becomes flatly and finally defunct the momeit
a new commissioner Is named. The fact that he has been give!
"a vote of confidence" by the executive committee does not meal
a thing. It is lust so much window dressing.
The executive committee Is composed of the two league presl
donts. Will Harrldge of the American and Ford Frlck of the Nation
al, together with Tom Yawkey of the Red Sox and Warren Glltj
of the Reds. Their action was routine, and for the record, unanli
ous. At least one member of the committee Is openly contemptuc
of Mulbry, and on two occasions at. Joint meetings has describe!
him as a "disloyal man." It is impossible to reconcile this posrtlv
tact with the statement that the committee "cited Mulbry Xq
having performed a wonderful job... and is backing him to th
limit."
At the show-down meeting here on Monday Mulbry, who ui
vet as secretary-treasurer In the commissioner's office, was .re!
pudiated even more emphatically than Chandler who was oustel
oy a 9-7 vote when he needed 12. The 19 club representative;
voted1 unanimously to "relieve Mulbry of his duties" at the prop
time. His present status Is simply that of a clerk who has be
asked to stay on until a confused office situation is" cleared up. I
Harridge's belated statement of the executive committee!
action which, as I say, was routine Is not altogether factual
ly correct as he within the hour has admitted to me by priori
from Sarasota. Mulbry's inspired offer to resign was not refuses!
It was tabled. There Is an important difference. It does not besto^
vindication or approval. It merely means that the man may cor
llnue to hold his Job until further notice.
DON'T TALK TO THE PRESS
In order not to "irritate the commissioner any further," tt
committee action on Mulbry, taken Monday, was not released unt|
Thursday. This came In the form of a wire from Harrldge to tt
eight AL club owners. The text, with Harridge's accompanylr.
comments, unwittingly, I am willing to agree, gave a misleadir
picture of the situation and led to erroneous Interpretations.
The complete text did not appear In any of the local or Nej
York papers I have seen. There was an interesting omission. Il
closing, Harrldge wire: "I sincerely urge that you make no publf
statements or commitments In this matter until I have had al
opportunity to acquaint you with the facts." This was the sensf
if not the actual wording.
"Just what are the facts?" I asked Harrldge.
"Well, some of our men don't realize what a wonderful Jc
Walter has been doing."
'Doesn't this amount to a ban on press conversations wlt|
your owners?" I wanted to know.
"It does. We've had too much confusion already. I want
guard against any more, if I can."
Mulbry came up as Chandler's protege. They were warmfrieni
for years, dating back to school days. Since he's been commld
sloner, Chandler has seen Mulbry's salary rise from $18,000 t
$30,000. They are now bitter enemies. They have not spoken f<|
months. What caused the rupture has not been disclosed.
It is known that Mulbry attempted to put through a penslc
plan embracing the two league offices and the commissioner's ol
fice without consulting Chandler. Was this presumption of autholj
Ity the reason for the break? Harrldge didn't think so. "The brea
had come before that. I knew about the pension Idea. I turne
it down, explaining to Walter It was a matter we preferred
work out Independently."
A PREPOSTEROUS SITUATION
Harrldge denied, as has been reported, that Chandler demand
ed that the executive committee fire Mulbry. So did Giles, wr
pointedly took the time to state that the committee action In i
sense should be construed as a reflection on Chandler or a prej
ference for Mulbry. It is well established that Giles pinned tr,
badge of disloyalty on Mulbry.
And so baseball's shocking family row continues as the far
of the country sit back and wonder what the heck is going oil
anyway. There are millions of fans wiio still believe Chandler wr
the victim of sinister intrigue by the Webbs, Saighs and Perint
and Harridge's warning to the club owners not'to discuss th
Mulbry affair for publication can only weaken public confident
all the more.
Meanwhile, we have the preposterous situation of a ma|
seemingly repudiated by all 16 club owners being fulsomely pra
ed by the president of the American League... "It would be a ted
rible thing If Mulbry resigned and we had nobody to run the com
missloner's office."... Shades of Ban B. Johnson and the Ot
Judge!
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FAREWELL PARTIES FOR MRS. SLACK
Mr. Robert Bertechy was hostess for luncheon at her
rrt De Lease, residence yesterday hanorim Mrs. Jius *.
Slack, who is sailinc Thursday on the Corona of the Maersk
Line for San Francisco.
The other luncheon guests
were: Mrs. William E. Adams,
Mrs. Robert Fahle. Mrs. Gunther
Hlrschfeld. Mrs. Lyle L. Koeppko,
Mrs. Julio Salas. Mrs. John J
Bchelbeler. Mrs. Fred Stelner,
Mrs. Charles Whltaker, Mrs. Jo-
seph P. Whltaker and Mrs. cectle
Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canavaggio
had Mrs. Slack as their luncheon
guest at the Brazos Brook Coun-
try Club on Monday. Major and
Mrs. Fred O. Stelner were also
present.
Mrs. Slack had Mrs. Stelner
nd Mrs. Mauricio Webb as i<*r
guests for lunch at the Ho'.el
Washington Tuesday.
Colonel Slack, former com-
manding officer of the Atlan'lc
Sector left via Braniff Saturday
morning going to Havana, Hous-
ton and Dallas en route to San
Francisco. He is now the artillery
commanding officer of the 40th
Infantry Division of California
stationed at Camp Cook.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Lee en-
tertained with an informal din-
ner party at their home In Colon
last evening.
Greenery and sea shells formed
the centerpiece of the buffet ta-
ble ar H potted ferns centered ihe
individual tables at which the
guests were seated.
The guests Included HBM Con-
sul at Colon and Mrs. Raymond
Kerwln. who are leaving for an
extended vacation In the near
future and Mrs. Ernest I. d-i-
Pont, Jr.. who IS visiting her bro-
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Dashwood Darling. The oth-
er guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Kernlck, Captain aad
Mrs. Robert Bertschy, Captpln
and Mrs. Robert Fahle and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Perret.
Lord McGowan
Visitor in Port
Lord McGowan was a visitor in
Cristobal Sunday, during the stay
of the S.S. Flamenco In port.
He had as his luncheon guests
aboard the ship HBM Minister to
Panama, Mr. Eric Cleugh M.V O.,
O.B.E., H.B.M. Consul at Colon
and Mrs. Raymond Kir win and
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Doel of
Panama City.
The distinguished visitor Is ie-
turning to Liverpool from a
round trip to South America.
Visitors at Brazos Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
mond have as their house guests
Mr. Raymond's aunts and un.-ie,
Mr and Mrs. Nicholas Cuoco and
Mrs Gerard Cuoco, of New York
City.
They arrived by plane Friday
from Miami and will spend six
weeks on the Isthmus visiting
members of the family.
Rare Documents
By G. Washington
Go To Cornell U.
ITHACA, N. Y.. Mar. 21 (UP)
Cornell University has received a
wealth of rare manuscripts perti-
nent to American history.
The prized items in the Nicho-
las H. Noyes collection are two
letters written by George Wash-
ington and a complete set of au-
tographed documents by the 56
signers of the Declaration of In-
dependence.
Signatures of 50 signers of the
Declaration of Independence are
contained In a nine-volume biog-
raphy set. published In 1820-27
The other six signatures are
among the rarest of the group.
The most valuable are those of
Thomas Lynch. Jr. and Button
Gwlnnett.
Lynch was lost at sea In 1779,
three years after signing the fa-
mous document. Gwlnnett was
killed In a duel less than a year
after the 1778 event.
One of the Washington letters
was to Col. David Humphreys, his
close friend and aide-de-camp.
Oct. 10. 1787.
The future of the nation was
still clouded In uncertainty. The
time was less than a month after
the convention to draw up the
constitution had finished.
Washington wrote:
"The Constitution that Is
submitted Is not free from Im-
ferfectlons, but there are as
ew radical defections In It as
could well be expected, consid-
ering the heterogeneous mass
of which the Convention was
composed and the diversity of
interests which were to be re-
conciled.
Miss Parsons
Leaving the Isthmus
Miss Jane Parsons has resign-
ed her position as dietitian with
the Colon Hospital and will leave
by plane Sunday for New Orleans.
She will be met by her motner,
Mrs. W. A. Parsons and they v ill
motor to their home In Wlchi'a,
Kansas.
She has accepted a position
with a Veterans Hospital at Iron
Mountain, Michigan. Miss Par-
sons Is well-known on both sides
of the Isthmus where she has
been stationed at Gorgas and Co-
lon Hospitals for the past three
and a half years. .
Post with other legionnaires and
auxiliary members.
Sixty-five members and guests
were present for the buffet sup-
per. A large birthday cake was
presented the Post Commander,
Mr. R. R. Aguirre by Mrs. Fran-
ces Gllley, Unit President.
Coral vine was used to decor-
ate the buffet table and the in-
dividual tables at which ihe
guests were seated.
Mr. Chrlstman, radio operator
from the USNTS Charleston. n-
tertalned with a number of pu-
no selections and played for the
group singing and dancing.
Prominent Legionnaires who
attended were: the Department
Commander, Mr. Hans Pederson,
the Department Adjutant. Mrs.
Evelyne Gardner and Mrs. Elmer
Gardner and the Adjutant of Pa-
nama Canal Post No. 1, Mr. John
Barr.
Informal Birthday Party
William Hanley, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hanley of Colon
celebrated his third birthday an-
niversary with an informal party
at his residence Monday.
An Easter motif was used,
with 17 friends and their mo-
thers celebrating with William.
Visitors on Pacific Side
Mrs. Floyd Forrest and her
house guest. Mrs. Bessie Betar.-
court were the overnight guests
of Captain and Mrs. Leland
Brooks of Balboa last evening.
Elbert S. Wald Celebrates
32nd Anniversary of American
Legion
Elbert S. Wald Unit No. 2 were
nostesses for an anniversary
dinner Sunday commemorating
the 32nd Birthday anniversary of
the American Legion. Their
guests were the members of tiie
Girl Scout Activities
Girl Scout Troops 27 and 33 of
New Cristobal overnighted at Gi-
tun with Miss Mary Patton and
three Panamanian Girl Guides
from David as their guests. The
visitors were Edissa and Cecilia
Alleguar and Teresa Jaen.
They had a program of nature
study, swimming, games and
skits, Troop 27 was under the
leadership of Mrs. William Chile
and Mrs. Earl Orr, Mrs. B. D.
Humphrey and Miss Mable Lyew.
The girls in the troop were:
Donna Humphrey, Cecelia Alexa-
ltls, Dorothy Monroe, Pauline
Plncus, Paula Holgerson, Marcy
Rudge, Jessica Selxas, Sally Mov-
land, Virginia Worley, Doris Pa-
bon. Pamela Hawthorne. Brenda
McCarson, Barbara Rice and
Margaret Leigh.
The girls in Troop 33 were:
Marie Bleakley, Patty Cawl, Cath-
erine Cheek, Barbara and Sheila
Farbman. Janet Fahle, Diane
Geddes, Barbara Gegg. Cather-
ine Havener, Loretta Hlrschfeld.
Terry Lewis. Alice Llm, Patty
Maedl, Maralea Marchosky, Rose -
mary Orr, Mary Morland,. Mary
Ann Selxas, Lois Stevens, Judy
Tlpton and Andrea Whltaker.
Their leaders were Mrs. Gar-
land A. Orr. Mrs. C. M. Lewis and
Mrs. P. H. Havener.
^t VO/if
^ A r
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St. Luke's Choir
Will Present
The Crucifixion'
The Cathedral Choir of St.
Luke's in Ancon will present Sir
John Stainer's "Crucifixion" to-
morrow (Maunday Thursday) at
7:30 p.m.
Soloists will be Robert S. Cou.lt-
OLD ACQUAINTANCE
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) The
same gunman has robbed the
same liquor store five times with-
in 14 months. The last time he
entered the store, Mrs. John San-
sone said: "I recognized him
right away."
slon of the Holy Redeemer. The
words of this work were select-
ed and written by the Rev. J.
hard, tenor: Robert U. Schultz, Sparrow-Simpson. Stainer in-
bass. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the public to attend
this vesper hour of Lenten Mu-
sic.
Stainer's Crucifixion" is a
medlatatlon on the sacred pas-
scribed It to his pupil and
friend, W. Hodge, and the choir
of the Marylebone Church.
The oratorio was composed In
1887 and 'Is the most popular
of the composer's works.
YOU CAN HEAR HER NOW
on HOG TODAY at 1:15 p.m.
Jo Staford's rendition of folk
songs has been acclaimed by
listeners in many countries.
Arthur L. Miner
Leaves PC Service
At End oi March
Arthur L. Miner will retire
at the end of March with a
total of 40 years, nine months
and three days service, most of
which he has spent in the Fin-
ance Bureau. His present posi-
tion Is chief of the Payroll Audit
Section.
Mr. and Mrs. Miner plan to
leave April 6 on the S.S. Cris-
tobal to go to New York but
have not yet decided where they
will make their future home.
A native of Manchester, New
Hampshire, Miner was first em-
ployed by the Isthmian Canal
Commission Oct. 5, 1911, as a
clerk in the Quartermaster De-
partment. He had previously
worked In his home town and
In Maine and came to the Isth-
mus from Washington, D. O.
where he had been employed by
the Government.
He worked for only a short
time In the Quartermaster De-
partment and for a brief per-
iod In the Mechanical Division
before his transfer in 1912 to
the office of the Examiner of
Accounts.
When the Canal organization
was formed in 1914. he assumed
the position of clerk in the
Claims Division of the Account-
ing Department. He was later
named Principal Clerk and In
May 1941 assumed the position
of Chief of the Payroll Sec-
tion.
"A Constitutional door being
opened, for future alteration and
amendments. I think it would be
wise In the People to adopt what
is offered to them: and I wish It
mav be by as great a majority of
them as in the body that decided
on- it; but this is hardly to be ex-
pected, because the importance,
and sinister views of too many
characters will be affected by the
change."
"Much will depend however on
literary abilities tz the recom-
mendation of it by good pens,
should It be openly, I mean pub-
licly attacked In the Gazettes
"Go matters however as they
may, I shall have the consolation
to reflect that no objects but the
public good and that peace it
harmony which I wished to see
prevail in the Convention, ever
obtruded, even for a moment, in
my mind, during the whole
lengthy session as it was.
What reception this state will!
give to the proceedings (thro' the
great territorial extent of It) I
am unable to Inform you. in
these parts of It. It is advocated j
bevond my expection."
Included in the Noyes collec-
tion given to the university is a I
signed copy of the 13th amend-;
ment, abolishing slavery. Also In
the collection are Lincoln manu-
scripts and a set of letters signed
by every United States president
but Truman
Balboa Union Church
Will Give Tableau
Of 'Last Supper'
For a third year a tableau of
"The Last Supper" will be pre-
sented at the Good Friday aetv-
ice at the Balboa Union Churci.
This portrayal of the Lord's Sup-
per is based on the masterpiece
bv De Vinci and precedes the dis-
tribution of the communion ele-
ments to the members of the con-
gregation by the Rev. Raymond
Gray. Pastor of Gamboa Union
Church.
The service Is under the Joint
sponsorship of the Board of El-
ders and the Board of Education,
with music being supplied by the
adult choir. Narrators and reac-
ers for the tableau are Clarence
Vosburgh and J. Stuart McNair;
the make-up of the candle-light-
ing service was done by Mrs. J.
Tate and decorations by Mrs.
Marie Van Cllef. Howard Osborn
is arranging the setting and
lighting, Mrs. Max Schoch the
properties and Mrs. Vivian Btut-?-
man the organ music.
The public is cordially invited
to worship In the Good FrW\y
service, which will be held at 7:30
p.m.
Girl Scout Troop 31 had a
morning cookout at the Point In
New Cristobal In preparation for
the campout to be held in Gaiun
this week. They used their tin-
can stoves for the first time.
Mrs. E. N. Belland and Mr.
Hugh Cassibry were the leaders
In charge of the group which in-
cluded: Joan Blalr, Marion Dld-
rlckson. Kay Dignam, Maire Gra-
zer, Sylvia Dlngreve, Maydelle
Gardner, Joari Holgerson. Muriel
Morland, Betty Tarr and Ruby
Pabon.
Cristobal Woman's Club
to Have Silver Tea
The Cristobal Woman's Club
will have a silver tea at the GU.-
bert House Wednesday, Mar. 28
from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. to aid "heir
philanthropy work.
Music will be furnished by !ne
Cristobal High School String En -
semble with Miss Anna and Mi
Rita Fisher as piano accompan-
ists.
Members are requested to bring
four guests. Mrs. Stanley Kidd is
chairman for the tea.
Chapel Society
Thanks the Public
The Chapel 8oclety of Coco So-
lo wishes to thank all who assist-
ed In making their recent cake
sale a success. They cleared over
$200.00.
The beautifully decorated coke
which was made by Mrs. E. L. Ha-
mon and Mrs. F. L. Flynn wns
won by L. Davis with number
11365.
Mrs. L. J. Ducote, Mrs. V. F.
McCaul. Mrs. E. D. Taylor and
Mrs. Fred Bell, chairman, were
In charge of the sale.
Get FAST RELIEF with
this MEDICATED Powder!
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3) Medicated tmftrt Soothinj nd comfort-
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render akin against irritation So sort, it cuab*
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Por mnsiid akin cate, get Ammens Powdet
day. No luxury tax.
AMMENS
GktM0: Powder
Imported
Canned Hams
PEK
DREWS
KRAKIS &
ATALANTA BRAND
are offered by
TACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phono 1000 Coln
FLASH
Just received new shipment of
ALLSTATE BATTERIES
15 Plate 17 Plate 19 Plate
Special trade-in allowances given on old
batteries for the next 10 days.
SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16th & Broadway Coln, R. P.
DESIGNED
fchtecturej
The Unes olthii new Wurliner Piano lend them-
elves smartly to today's modern architectural nd
decorative schemes. Its outstanding tonal quality
.nd perfect touch will delight your family;and
friends. The Wurlitzer exdusives embodied in
this piano are your assurance of the fine.
SEE THE C0MPIETE LINE Of LATE MODEL WURLITZER PIANOS -
Then te i Wurtitw lof wry otwsrrve and <*** mmm*
7.HO
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CECeetATtON
WONDERFUL
VALUE
in PRECIOUS
SOLID SILVER
Both Mr. and Mrs. will love
thee raagn ificeni carv ing lets.
With forged and hollow
ground blades, ihey carve in
quick, neat. effortless strokes.
And the beautiful crafuman-
sli i p of the solid silver handles
brings distinction and grace
to your table. Come in today!
We'll be pleased to show them
to you.
Roast Set~S25.80
Steak Set... $16.10
IN ATTRACTIVE GIFT BOX
IN THE MAGNIFICENT
PATTERNS BY
international
Sterling
TAHITI
The Jewelry Store
137 Central Ate. 137
..5
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Due to the EASTER FESTIVITIES
our Plants will remain closed on
March 23rd, Holy Friday. To insure
delivery, orders for Beer and
Canada Dry Products should be
placed in advance.
Panama March 21st, 1951
NATIONAL BREWERY. INC.


fATJE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
!f5 words
rjf each additional
word.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
LEWIS SERVICE
Ne. 4 Tivell Ave.
Phon. i-mi
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
run de Leeeepe
MORRISONS
Ne. 4 t'onrlh ( Jm\y Av.
Poem* Z-M4>
BOTICA CARLTON
1( 5 Melendcz Ae.
rhou< ZSS COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Ne. H WM IZlk tree!
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
N. 7 "B" Street ruui
No 12.17 Central A. Colon
WEDNESDAY, MARCH ti, 11
a_^. .......
YOUR HOUSEWORK
'WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'K HANDY
flABI.NET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Central Ave. Tel. S-0140
SLIPCOVERS
i Custom-mad* far llvlnrreem
Hi, I'nurhe at Ceanlen
i ui figure r-ur malarial
Bead*. Free Eathaale
ALBERTO HERU Paa Mill
S a.m. to 7 am.
RESORTS
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO Ir,
beautiful El Valid. Cool-Mountain
Air. Pricts Moderate. Reservations
Tel. Pan. 2-1112.
Phillies, each canoaaa. Santa Cloro
Box nurnbw 435. Solaae. Phone
PoitoTW 3-1877 e* Cristobal 3-
167.4.
POR SALt: High -.leu ell paint
anal enameli. MMd.w-preef. $3.25
alien. Trepidure Starai.
GRAMLICH'S Sonta Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
frigeration, moderate ratei. Phone
Gamboa, 6-511 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:One more beach cot-
tage, Sonta Ciar for Easter week-
end. Telephone Schilling, Balboa
2756.
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished col-
leges, between Santa Ciar and
Rio Hato. Phone 2-3142, Panarra
or see caretaker.
William* Sonto Clora Booed Cottage*
Two bedroom*, e'ectr.c refrigero
lion. Rocfcgo ranflaa. Phone. Sol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-end*.
LEICA CAMERAS
i
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES tc ACCESSORIES
;AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
! Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panama, R. P.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
i PAINTING
visit our stadium area store
_ on new concrete road.
Allht Traffic Easy Parkin*
English speaking cleika
""EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA i
THE BEST TOR LESS
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
Y THI DOZEN:
Healthy New Hompthire Red Chick-
ens 2 1-2-3 pounds. Tel. Pon-
oma 3-2555, 7 to 8 a. m.
MAUTI'Y YOUR OARDIN:
by applying Poultry manure. Tel.
Panomo 3-2555. 7 to 8 a. m.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 60 cycle
Westlnghoute Refrigerator with 55
Lb. freezing unit. 1948 model.
Excellent condition. Two 60 cycle
fans. House 507-B, Tomarind Ave.,
Cocoli.
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 coll
Mender & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, Ca-
nal Zone Biologicol Areo, Balbo,
Cqnol Zone. Marcb 14, 1951
Sealed bids in triplicate will be re-
ceived at the office of the Rei-
dent Manoger. Canal Zone Biolo-
gical Area, Building 0902 Ama-
dor Rood. Balboa, Canal Zone
(mail address Drawer C, Balboa)
until 10:00 A. M., April 2, 1951.
ond then publiclv opened. for
constructing o laborotory building
on Borro Colorado Island in Ga-
tun Lake, in accordance with spe-
cifications *nd plans, copie* of
which may be had at the above
mentioned office, between 8 ond
1 I A. M.ond 2 ond 4 P. M., ex-
cept Saturdays ond Sundays.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALI:- 148 Ketaer 4 door ..-
dan. grey, geed tire*, excellent
mechanical endltien. Yea cent
Kwrene * rfci* car. Only $300.-
dawn and drive awey. YOUR
POffO MIRCURY. LINCOLN
DIALIRS COIPAN MOTORS,
Tel. a-10H - 2-103.
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yerker, usad one year, cost new
$3,600. rodio, seot covers, best
offer over $2,000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
Balboa.
OR SALIs1S47 Oid.mekile "V-
ear dear sedan, dark klve, good
tiras, radia. Only $330.00 dawn
and drive It ewey. YOUR FORD.
MIRCURY. LINCOLN OIALIR
COLPAN MOTORS, Tel. 2-1033
2-103S.____________ __________
FOR SALE: 1946 4-door sedan,
B-uick Roadmaster, cor just over-
hauled in very good condition. $1,-
250.00. Finance available. Call 3-
1411. Cristobal.
PERSONALS
Friendship club donee Hotel Pan-
American El Valle. Jimmy Dunn's
Orchestra, featuring Hainelt &
Dunn Bollroom dance team. Satur-
day, Morch 31st, 8:00 p. m. 750
per person. For reservation call Mr.
Lum, Panama 2-2446 or Mr. Dunn
274-3105.
GIVE!
Red Croas workers In 84 Vet-
erans Administration offices
last year worked closely with
chapters to give assistance in a
monthly average of 62,000
claims cases for veterans. More
than 1,300.000 veterans and
their dependents have author-
ised Red Cross to represent
them. You, too. can do your
share to help veterans by sup-
porting the 19S1 Red Croas
Fund Campaign.
LESSONS
A fine opportunity to team from the
best. Hernett & Dunn Ballroom
donee Studio. Bolboo YMCA or coll
247-3105, mornings.
Collapse Of Wall
At Milan Convent
Kills 12 Girls
MILAN. Mar. 21 (UP).Twelve
lx-yeat-old girls were killed
arid 15 others gravely Injured
today when the courtyard wall
of a Slaters of Mercy school
collapsed on them. They were
taklne shelter from a violent
gust of wl"ri when the wall top-
pled on them.
Leech May Give Protection
Against 'Frozen Death9
CI V A, S. A.
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH BY Pnn , i*,.,.-
MRS. ROMERO. Wonderful System *0ur Cadillac Pontlao Dealer
Estudiante St. 77-A.
FOR RENT:First floor oportments,
Suitoble for office in Central Thea-
tre Building Renard.
ALHAMRA APARTMINT$ for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartment. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal.
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:Entire upper floor, four
rooms, living-dining. Splendid lo-
cation 2120 Sabana*. Phone 130
Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
corner Federico Boyd ond 47 St.
. bedroom, kitchen and bath, Frigi-
daiie. very cool. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom aparmtent.
corner, sitting-diningroom, screen-
ed, $65-56. Ave. Porras. Key apart-
ment 3, Quijano, colle 8 No. 15.
phone 3-0234.
FOR RENTModern furnished aport-
ment for couple or small family.
All conveniences. Paitilla Road
No. 121. Call at premise*. Price
very convenient.
WHAT on THI HIT PARADE THIS
WEEK? PANAMUSICA HAS THEM!
"Tennessee Walt2." We hove it by
Guy Lombardo ond olo by Anita
O'Day. "My Heort Cries For You"
Al Morgan. "IF." We have it
by Deon Martin. Perry Como ond
by Jon Gorber. "Be My Love."
Our* ore by Billy Eckttine, and by
Ray Anthony. "Horbor Light*."
Shep Fields and His Rippling
Rhythm. "Zing Zing Soom Zoom"
by Perry Como ond olso by the
Andrews Sisters. "You're Just In
Love" by Rut Coe, ond ol*o by
Perry Como.
Come and get 'em! WeYe open til
1 0 P. M. every day. PANAMUSICA,
S. A.. Central Ave. neor the corner
of "J" St.
POR SAL:'47 Sukk *Ptil 4"
deer Seden wWi redio. geed tire.
tew paint }ee.
Only ........$ 95
Civa. $. A.
Year Cadillac Paariec Dealer
FOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
la 302. ^
FOR SALE:'4S Ferd 6-syliader 2-
deer Sedan with radia and geed
tire.
Only ........$ 50
Cive. S. A.
Yadr Cadillac PeaHae Dealer
Position Offered
WANTED:Typist who can translote;
English ond Spanish. Very good
position. Interviews- at timekeeper's *
office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Hotel El Ponami.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 8 p.m.
UtfrnBiR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
Wanted Position
American. 28, experienced foreign
trade, forwarding, insurance, com-
mand Spanish. French, German,
immediately, available. Phone 2-
0288.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, lorge.
cool, cleon room; modern con-
venience; hot water ond phone, to
respectable married couple or two
persons. Avoilable Morch 28th.
Peru Ave. No. 65, lower left.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:1950 9 ft. Frigidoire,
1948 Pontioc 2 door Sedan, radio.
Call Bolboo 2345. 7 to 4 p. m.
or 1443 ofter 5.
FOR SALE:Baldwin Acrosonic pia-
no. Hammorlund Super-pro radio.
Three Italian used bicycles. Phoit-
3-0701, Ponami.
FOR SALE:Piano Winter Spinet, ol-
mos! new. Priced reosonable. Q St.
No. 5, Ap. 12.
FOR SALEGive your children a real
live Easter pre*ent. We ore selling
some fat pljyful puppies at $5.00
each. Certoinly not thoroubreds,
but good-looking smoll dogs. 5615
D Hodges Place, Diablo, phone 2-
2643.______________^_^^
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Hudson Commodore 8,
1948, 4 door sedon. black, leath-
er upholstery, duty paid, $1,200.-
00. Can be financed. Call Ponama
3-3323.
FOR SAL:1949 Hydion "6 fear
dear Sedaq. Hack, plattk eat ev-
en, geed tira, excellent condition.
A clean car. Meat be an te ap-
preciate. Only $45 dawn eld
drive it eway. YOUR PORD MIR-
CURY LINDON DIALIR COL-
PAN MOTOR$. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036.
FOR SALE:1951 Koiser De Luxe,
4-Door Sedan. Hydramotic Drive,
Custom radio, WSW tires. Com-
plete Vynil interior. Call Kove'.
Balboa, 3092. or house 0430-A,
Ancon, after 4:30. ____
FOR SALIr 4 Penile 4-deer Se-
dan, gead raeaer and point.
Par Only ........$ 5.
Civa. S. A.
Year Cedilla* Panflet Dealer
A REAL BARGAIN. Servcl refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gos or electricity.
Brand new. Still in Its crate. Far-
macia Lo Esperanzo. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FIRST HONORED
AUSTIN. Tex. (NEAi. Ben
Procter, Phi Beta Kappa All-
America end.received the Texas
Alumni Association's first out-
itandintt student-athlete award.
FOR SALE:Beautiful lot at Sorrta
Clara two minutes from beach.
Excellent building jite. Shady tree*
Deep well ond pump. Bargain price
See SHRAPNEL at Sonto Cloro.
LOST & FOUND"
LOST: Hunting dog, white with
brown spots. Near Paja road (Em-
peror I. Call telephone 3-0918.
Ponami.
Help Wanted
WANTEDHousekeeper and cook,
experienced, good salary. Apply
house 0582-B, Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SAL:1950 9 tu. ft. Frigidai-
re. 25 cycle $225.00
1947 7 a. ft, Frigidaire. 25 cycle.
$125.00
Keamere Walking Machine. 25 cycle
$45.00
Heevy Oak Kitchen Table $1.00
2 Parch Screen $5.00
6 Piece Livingroam Set $100.00
Smell Bombee Bar $5.00
Ceeck with cuihiem $10.00
llectric Clack $5.00
Berry Ken..I, 172-A v
New Crnreaal. Pkene 3-2371
Jbrd
JUST
OPENED
COLPAN MOTORS USED CAR LOT
For Really 600D, RECONDITIONED CARS
Pay Us A Visit!
On Automobile Row Tel. 2-1033
We buy and sell cars. Goroge Casino.
Central Avenue No. 291.________
POR SAL:14 DeSete rear dear
Seden, green, gaad tire*. pleti
i.ot ever*, redie. A-1 ar nly
$375.00 down and drive it ewey.
YOUR FORD. MIRCURY, LIN-
COLN, DIAL1R COLPAN MO-
TORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-103*5.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1949 4-door
sedon, low mileoge. duty paid.
Phone Cristobal 3-1289, 3-1818.
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet Cla*
Coup., blatk. gead tire, dollar
far dollar ar, an xllent ky.
Only $460.00. YOUR FORD. MIR-
CURY. LINCOLN DIAL. COP-
PAN MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036. -______________
FC* SALE:Army Jeep $400. Plen-
ty of spore ports. Lymon Jackson.
0430 Frongipani St.. Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SAL!:1947 Stadebaker Com-
mander Club Coupe, green, tire
t.ir. Met aver. Only $315.00
down. YOUR FORD. MIRCURY,
LINCOLN DIALER COLPAN
MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-103*.
FOR SALEPorch Glider $15; 60
cycle 1 -4 HP washing machine
motor $15; Youth's bed, Sim-
mons, complete. $25; Wicker
chairs. POSEY. phone Malboo 2698.
FOR SALE.Westinghouse refriger-
otor, 7 cu. ft., complete. A.I con-
dition. $150.00. Coll 85-2134 or
86-2133._______________________
FOR SALE: 1 wooden venetion
blind. 55 in. wide 58 in. h.gh.
2002-B. First Street, Curundu, C.
Z.______________________________
FOR SALE:Porch blinds. rockers-
beds. mattresses, chiffonier, tobies,
stools, tub covers. 1453-A, Las
Cruces, Balboa.
FOR SALE 1948 Ford V-8 Super
De Luxe 2 door. 23.000 miles.
Never out of zone. Driven by re-
tired Dr. Rodio. heater, seot cov-
ers, oil. greased and Simonized
today. Good family car. one con
buy with ossuronce. First $900
takes it. Blue book ceiling m
^States 1125. Can finance. Coll
Albrook 7188. ___________
FOR SALI:1949 Ferd Castem Ja-
der V-l. caler dark grey, tear
brand new tire, pleetk teat coven,
eutiide reer view miner, radio, ae-
.itiv.ly A-1 condition. Pay enly
$430.00 down end drive it ewey.
Yonr FORD. MIRCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE Singer Sewing machine
Tredd e with electric motor, per-
fect condition. 613-B, Ancon Bou-
levard.
FOR SALE:RCA Rodio with record
player, in cabinet, electric ironer,
electric fon, 4 clocks, oil 25 cycle
Mohogony drawing dek, chest of
drawer*, and other household items.
House 0556-A. Chegres St. An-
con. telephone 2-3690.
FOR SALE:Refrigerotor Westing-
house 25 cycle. 7 cu. ft. 1 l-2"Yr.
guarantee. $150.00. Porch shode<
6 for $40.00. Gotun 243-B. Phone
5-106.
FOR SALEFord 37, good transpor-
totion. four new tires, $19000.
contoct 32 Eost Street No. 8-A.
FOR SALI1941 Baick Sedanette
Super, colar black, four brand new
tire*, radio, eutiide reer view mir-
rar. Thi er i like new en ex-
cellent buy! Only $460.00 dawn.
Yeur FORD. MIRCURY, LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Tel. 2-1033.
WINNER WILSON
WTLLIAMSBURQ, Va.. (NEAV
Barnev WUson. William and
Msry basketball coach, never has
tutored a losing team In any
jport.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone l-SSSS
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment $100.00
Monthly S1S.N
Lou With Paved Street from
SI 00 So. Meter.
for Rent Heavy Equipment
For Ground Leveling
We Bent Lota at Long Term
Lou Club at 13.00 and S4 00
Weekly.
Ill f synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
NEW YORK. Mar. 31 (UP)A
proup of aviation medical scien-
tists Is using; the old-time leech
In experiments by which they,
hope to find a protection against
death from exposure to extreme
cold.
The "worms* a,re furnished by
a New York supply house at 20
cents per leech. The experiments
are going on at the United States
Air Force school of aviation med-
icine. Randolph Field. Tex.
The experiments are based
on a theory that deaths after
exposure to extreme cold may
be caused by the increased gen-
eration of a poisonous chemi'r-
al present In tiny amounts in
the nervous system.
The chemical is known as
acetylcholine.
a
The scientists believe that if
the theory Is proved, then a che-
mical agent may be used to off-
set or neutralize the action of
acetylcholine when a person is
exposed to extreme cold.
In the last war, many men died
unexpectedly after being warmed
up by accepted medical proce-
dures after exposure to extreme
cold during high altitude flights
or sudden dunking in icy waters.
The leeches come into the pic-
ture in this way. Doctors have
found that certain muscles of the
leech are very sensitive to acetyl-
choline. The muscle, the scien-
tists say. can detect changes in
the body's acetylcholine ratio
that are almost impossible to ob-
serve chemically.
Thus, the leech muscles are
being used. They are suspended
In a salt solution of artificially
produced acetylcholine.
Rats are used also in the ex-
periment. In one group, the
rats were killed at normal tem-
perature. In another group, the
rats died after exposure to ex-
treme cold.
The next step la to suspend a
live leech muscle in a solution
containing brain-tissue of the
killed rats. The scientists are now
making measurements of the two
solutions. The test is whether the
brain tissue of the rat* which
died of cold had generated more
acetylcholine than those which
were killed at normal tempera-
ture.
The measurements are made
accurately by a comparison with
measurements taken when the
leech muscles were suspended in
the synthetic acetylcholine solu-
tion.
The result so far are too pre-
liminary for a conclusion, the sci-
entists say, but once the acetyl-
choline theory Is proved, the next
step will be the development or
use of a chemical to offset the
killing action of acetylcholine.
It's an experiment that scien-
tists will be keeping their eyes on.
Legal Notice
United State t America
Canal Zone
United State Dietrict Ceart Fat
Tka Dietrict 01 The Csnel Zone
oleee Diviiieu
PANAMA AOit.CIEB COMPANY.
I'on'wrat'on. Libalant
again!I
THE M. V. "GALANTE" h.r engine,
boil.ri, tarkle, furniture, .tc.
K.auoad.nL
IN ADMIRALTY
Mo 1S27
CITATION
WHEREAS, on the Iltk ear i
Man-h. 1S3I. Charlea . Remire, Proc-
tor for Llbelent. Panama Ageaci. Com-
panr. a Corporation, filad Ram libel
In the Dietrict Court of the United
StaUa (or lb. Dlitrtel of The 1'innl
Ion. apalnat the M V. "OALANTE"
her boati. tarkle, apparel and furniture.
In a reue of Contract Civil and Mar-
tima.
AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro-
cela In rfue form of law, to ma directed,
returnable on the 4th da; of April. lVtl,
I hav. eiaad and taken the laid M. V.
CALANTE" and have her In my eul-
tody.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a
a DUtriel Court will be held In the
t'nited StatH Court Room, in tk. City
of Ancon. Canal one, on the 4th dar
cf April, lgll. for the trial of aid pra-
miie. and th owner er owner, and all
pertona who may have or claim any In-
ter.at. are hereby cited to be and ap-
pear at the lime and place aforeaeid.
to how eauia. If any key have, why
a final decree ebould not pa a pray-
Jean E. Huaklng
United Stalaa Mral
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Take yeur pickl 4-door Sedan, 2-dcor Sedan*, 4- ond 3-pe*enger Coopei, Rhriera, C<>twertlMe
Nmw In Styfo-New in frucfw-l#Kir in Powr-New in Thrift-
Pofnf in Pr/ce Appeal-It's the 1951 BUKK SPECIAL!
Here is good news for folks
with a shrewd eye for
what their dollars will buy.
Here is a tidy traveler that
defies the upward trentfof costs
proudly wears a 1951 price
tag like that which zoomed last
year's Special into popularity
so great that it put a crimp in
"the low-priced three."
Take our word for it, this is
every inch and ounce a Buick
Buick-featured, Buick-
designed, Buick-huilt from the
ground up but literally the
newest thing on wheels.
The sturdy and ample body is
new. The high-strength frame
is new. The power is new to the
.Special, which now has the
Um^dmrd efeapmea*, r.amrm and rn tUoureua- are
aatjarl to Aan. wiU.mI aalM.
Whmm *ef I er a all eenraaUJea are kmilt
MVICK wiUkmti <*
thrifty F-263 engine that first
made its name in the Super,
and here delivers 120 horse-
power with standard trans-
mission-128 with Dynaflow
Drive.*
It's a Buick with less weight
and more powerand that
spells a pair of t?o> thrills for
you. There's a performance
thrill such as you've never
enjoyed in the Special-pIus a
handsome gas-saving into the
bargain.
We'll make a prediction now as
to what title folks"will give it,
once they get it out on the road.
dkSbweW en fTOADUASTER. optimal el
extra coa a enter Sieriee.
That title in three words, will
be: "Thriftiest Buick Yet!"
Better hurry around to your
Buick dealer's and look this
marvel over. We'll give you
another predict ion-which is:
Once this one's discovered, tho
demand will be terrific.
No other car
provides mil this:
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21. ItSl
pacific Society
TUT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
fAGE SEVEN.
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&, 96, &&oa Jl9ku-Vt 2-336
DE WIT-KNOWLES WEDDWO TOJ^EP^CE APR. FOURTH
IN WILLBMSTAD, CURACAO, NETHERLANDS WEST INDIfc
Miss Dorothy Knowles of B.lbo. duibter J^rett
Waldron Knowles of Bedford, Ohio, nd the Ute Mr.
K KTS .rr^ Wedne^, orln Apr 4
11 jn.. to Adrin de Wit. ton of Mr. nd Mrs.1Loom. ieJWt
rS 'SXSJVVJSVX^ Xt
Arnstjrd.m WiHem.Ud. Ur -f Educ,tUm of
the SL^vS C^urcn'tor several year. Is ....in. Sun-
lay on the SS V..pucci for CWrti * will be the goert
' ^V$itK***to%?$?U "e United SUte,
th.rr*w^n" r On their way. they 111 ,Ut friend,
here on April 7, > nd .
and Mrs. Patrick 3. Quinn of
Toms River. New Jersey, will sail
Friday on the SS Ancon.
Colonel and Mr*. Blitch
Entertain Informally
Honoring Dr. David Henry Poer
of Atlanta, Georgia, who Is a vis-
itor here. Colonel and Mrs. Clif-
ford G. Blitch entertained the
chiefs of services at Gorgas Hos-
pital, and their wives, at a cock-
tail supper last evening, at their
residence in Ancon.
Miss Skidmore
Returning to Florida
Miss Edith Skidmore of Ancon
will sail Friday on the 88 Ancon
to Join her grandparent*. Mr. anJ
Mrs. J. M. Turner, In Boston.
i Massachusetts and travel with
I them to their home In Tampa,
Florida.
Gcenral nd Mrs. Morris
Entertain for Visitors
The Commander-ln-cruei oi
the Caribbean Command and
Mrs. William H. H. Morris, Jr..
fave a reception last evening it
heir quarters on Quarry Heights
In honor of two distinguished vis-
itors from South America. Tlie
guests of honor were Colonel ie-
llx Roman Moreno, Chief o 3tni
of the Venezuelan Army, na
Mrs. Anelsa Plnhelro Machado of
Buenos Aires; wife of the inspec-
tor general of the Brazilian An
Force. t
Mr. and Mrs. Quinn
Sailing Friday
After spending the winter here
with members of their family, Mr.
A Ringside Portrait of Costello...
By MBB9HH Wsfl I '^^^i
First Plans Laid for 1951
Summer Recreation Program
The first plans for the 1951
Cnal Zone Summer Recreation
Program were announced yes-
terday by the new Canal Zone
Recreation Board and by the di-
rectora of the program.
Coordinators, who were namea
at a meeting of the Board last
Saturday, will be Mrs. G. O.
Parker of Balboa, for the U.S.
Rate program, and E. Stanley
Loney, for local-rate commun-
ities.
Officers of the Recreation
Board, who were named when
the Board was formed about two
weeks ago, are Herschei Gandy,
President; Hamilton Lvalas,
Vice President; Miss Helen Kls-
sam, Secretary; and Mrs. Addy
Ellis, Treasurer.
The actual recreation program
Is scheduled to start soon af-
ter the first of July In all com-
munities.
Training coursei for volunteer
workers for the program will
be held starting In May.
Community meetings to orga-
nize the recreation program in
each town and name tire- mem J
bers of local recreation boards
have been held :n some com-
munities and win be called In
others in the next few weeks.
The program this year will be
coordinated with the sports pro-
gram offered by the Physical
Education and Recreation
Branch of the 8ehools Division,
which will assume the recrea-
tion activities of the Clubhouse
Division July 1.
The Recreation Board Is com-
posed of representatives of all
Canal communities, representa-
tives of the Balboa and Cristo-
bal High School Student As-
sociations, and the Atlantic
Teen-Age Association, and In-
cludes In an advisory capacity
members of the Psyslcal Educa-
tion and Recreation Branch, i
The three branches of the
armed services ,n the Canal j
Zone have also been invited to
name represent atives to serve
on the Board.
Mrs. Parker, as coordinator of
the U.S.-Rate program, will have
an office In the Balboa Gymn-
asium, and Loney, Assistant
Clubhouse Manager, will retain
bis office at Pacific Clubhouse.
Lutheran Church
Announces Services
For Holy Week
The Lutheran Church has
scheduled a number of Holy
Week services, according to an
announcement by Its pastor, the
Rev. H. T. Bernthal.
Tonight at 7 p.m. a service
will be given in the Margarita
Hospital building while tomor-
row 'Maunday Thursday) the
Lutheran Church in Balboa will
be the scene of an evening ser-
vice at 7:30. On Good Friday
Holy Communion will be cele-
brated at 7:30 p.m In the Bal-
boa Church building.
The public is cordially invited
to attend any of these special
services.
Mrs. Parker served as chair-
man of the summer recreation
program In Balboa last year and
has worked for the last two
years with Girl Scout groups In
Balboa and Diablcr Heights. She
has been on the Isthmus about
eight years.
Loney has served as coordin-
ator of the local-rate Bummer
Recreation Prograrn^lnce it was
organized "three years ago and
has been prominent In a variety
of community activities. He Is
now working with the Civil De-
fense Advisor for the Canal on
the first-aid program and al-
lied defense activities in local-
rate communities.
The list of members of the
Canal Zone Reoreation Board
follows; Harry H. Corn; Mrs.
Floyd R- McDermltt; Mrs. O.
H Dftvls; Mrs. Luke Palumbo,
alternate! Michael P. Greene;
Charles A. Russell; Ivan R.
Evering- William H. Gordon;
James . Rodger; Leon I. East-
moQd; Mrs. Mary ThomjjElman
Clark; rs. Ann i^r%pson.
alternate; Fred Mohl; E. Slo-
rum- Miss Nellie Holgerson, of
the Atlantic Teen-Age Associa-
tion; Miss Nancy Karlger and
John 8ahnestock, of the Cristo-
bal High School Student: and
Patt Walker and Clair Oodby
of the Balboa High School Stud-
ent Association.
Return From
Cost Rica
Mrs. Jose Isaac Fabrega and
Mrs. Inocencio Galindo have re-
turned to Panama from a shoit
vacation trip to Costa Rica.
Visitor Returning
to New York
Philip Oilman of Rochester,
New York, who has spent the
past week at Diablo Heights with
Dr. and Mrs. David Porter, plans
to leave tomorrow by airplane fur
his home.
Attend Tower Club Dinner
Among those present at the
Tower Club dinner Monday even-
ing in Bishop Morris Hall of St.
Luke's Cathedral were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Fritz, Dr. Lawrence
Johnson, who was the guest
speaker, the dean of the Cathe-
dral and Mrs, Raymond Ferris,
Archdeacon Townsend, Mr. and
Mrs. David Yerkes, Mr. and Mrs.
William Mallory, Mr. and Mrs.
John Palmer Smith, Mr. and Mn.
James Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Keeney, Mr. and Mrs. William D.
Taylpr. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William
Dunscombe,
Also Mr. and Mrs. Pat Donald-
son. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Chase,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Gardner,
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. McKlbb'n,
Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Studt, Cap-
tain and Mrs. Harry Roberts
Carscn, Mr.' and Mrs. Edward
Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fields.
Mrs. Edward J. Foote. Mrs. Will-
iam H. Peterson, Mrs. David Por-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ryan,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Luce, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Metzler, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Buechele, Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Kater. Mr. and M.
Kenneth Newland, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Hill and Dr. and Mrs.
Earl Robinson.
Guests at
Quarry Heights
Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard
Reed of River Forest, Illinois,
who are on a cruise to South
America, will be the guests of
Commander and Mrs. Edward J.
Foote of Quarry Heights today
during the stay of the SS Santa
Cecilia.
Leave for Florida
Mi. and Mrs. Charles LeBrun
left yesterday by airplane lor
West Palm Beach. Florida, after
spending the winter with his mo-
ther, Mrs. Marjorle LeBrun in
Balboa. Mr. LeBrun will play
baseball this season with the
West Palm Beach team of the In-
ternational League.'
Returns from California
Robert G. Rowe of Pedro Ml-
fuel has returned from a vaca-
lon of two months spent In Ca-
lifornia.
NEA SUff Correspondent
NEW YORK, (NBA). Your
first Impression when you look
at Frank Costello is that you
are looking at a shopworn
George Raft.
He has that type of hand-
some Italian face, but the fine
chiseling of the features has
been blurred by an overlay of
soft fat and the pendants of
flesh that dangle beneath each
3e. His naturally olive conn-
exion has a patina of un-
healthy sallowness.
If your attention waant
claimed by the expensive
beautifully-tailored clothes, you
probably would pa*8 him on
the street with only a casual
glance. .
Taking a second look, how-
ever, your attention would be
riveted by the air of sinister
authority. It is an almost
hypnotic air familiar to this
generation the bearing of
leadership and command that
was characteristic of Hitler and
Mussolini, in another direction
Roosevelt and Churchill.
Costello wears, In evil fash-
Ion, the dignified mantle of
self-assured authority. He
the boss man, and you know
it and fear him, Just as you
feared Hitler and Mussolini.
You fear his quiet assumption
of tremendous power, Just as
you respected the same out-
standing characteristic in
Roosevelt and Churchill and
maybe old Judge Landls.

HE WAS ALL THOSE'THINOS
when he became the new star
In the villain's roleIn the
Senate Crime Investigating
Committee's road show at the
U. 8. Court House In New York.
He was all those things when
he took his defiant walk, when
he knuckled under to avoid the
rap the lawmakers threatened
to throw at him.
Costello, behind the mirle of
arrogance, spoke with his habit-
ual rasp, Intensified by the
laryngitis he obviously was suf-
fering. He spoke in what might
be termed a Manhattan gut-
For one of his background,
his language is remarkably pre-
cise, although he splits the hell
out of infinitives, tosses double
negatives all over the place, and
sprinkles it with typically New
York pronunciations, such as
"boin" for burn and "kern" for
coin. ,
Between the rasp, the careful
FRANK COSTELLO, WrTNEBS: In evil fashion, he wen the
dignified mantle of aelf-assared authority.
selection of words and the ac-
cent, the entire effect is that
of a college professor imitating
Jimmy Durante, or Durante try-
ing to talk like a college profes-
sor. Why do all gangitera talk
with that peculiar rasp?
Costello, 90, is a striking ex-
ample of how far a bloke can
go In a field where you write
your own rules and no holds
are barred. He has come a long
way since he left the little town
ot La Ropola in southern Italy.

HE IS THE SLOT-MACHINE
czar, but don't tell him that be-
cause he doesn't like it. Like Al
Capone and others who became
big enough on the bad side to
be investigated, control of prac-
tically everything has been at-
COSTELLO GOT HIS START
during prohibition in the 1920s
in Greenwich Village, which was
his territory. He was a big shot
even then, known and feared
as Mr. C. He worked his way up
in the crime business to second
In command under Charles
Lucky Luciano, whom he did his
best to spring from the peni-
tentiary. When Dewey sent
Lucky away, Costello assumed
leadership.
Just who controls what is not
known outside of the Inner cir-
cles of racketdom, but It Is gen-
erally conceded that Joe Adonis
Is the boss of Brooklyn, Costello
of New York and the nation,
with Costello probably the final
authority on any highly Import-
ant matter affecting any phase
of the rackets and crime the
mob controls.
tributed to himfrom peanuts
to politics.
Costello has done handsomely
in and out of the rackets. He
made a bundle In New York
real estate, for example.
Money becomes unimportant
to these people. He guessed he
had $40,000 or $50,000 floating
around his Central Park West
apartment. There was another
$100,000 or so. In a couple of
banks. He hadn't checked it re-
cently. Some years ago, he hop-
ped out of a taxlcab without
taking $27,000 In green-bacjea
with him.
Underlings call Frank Costello
"The Uncle," another term for
the boss and great benefactor
from whom all blessing flow.
And you can say anything- at
all about him. and get away
with It, as long as you make It
perfectly clear that he Is the
boss man.
That is a complex of all ox
his stripe. ,i]
VFW Albrook Post
Elects Officers
Lt. Frank P. Albrook Post No.
3822 VFW. CZ, held its annual
election of officers at the Hut
last evening. __,^
Unanimously elected com-
mander was A. Hannberg of Cu-
rundu Heights, well-known o
the Canal Zone and Republic
of Panama through his acti-
vities In the Panama Lions
Club as well as his interests In
VFW as local Civil Defense If-
flcer. _,
Other chosen were: o.
Rooks, senior vice-commander;
J R. Slngiey, post quartermast-
er- Stephen Palmer, post cha-
plain; Kenneth Rice, post sur-
geon; H. H. North, post Judge
dvocate, and F. Leary, 8. Bolek
and O. Harvey, trustees for A.
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Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday night at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: Mr.
and Mrs. Norman W. Elton, 1st;
2nd. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kenne-
dy; 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nor-
ria; 4th, Col. and Mrs. D. A. Pet-
tit; 5th, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Da-
vis; and 6th, Colonel and Mrs. J.
K. Daly.
Exhibition of
Sculpture and Painting
An exhibition of sculpture and
paintings by Helen Sommers may
now be seen by the public at the
J.W.B. Gallery on La Boca Road.
The showing, sponsored by the
Canal Zone Art League and the
J.W.B.. will be on display un'.il
April 1.
QUAKER OATS
Adolfo de Obarrio
Receives Honors
At Culver Academy
CULVER, Ind.. Mar. 21 Ca-
det Adolfo de Obarrio from Pa-
nama City has successfully pass-
ed his special tests for excellence
in the Cavalry unit at Culver
Military Academy and U entitled
to the BHT award which signifies
full membership in the veil
known Black Horse Troop. This
is one of the highest mil:
honors that a new cadet can v.!n
in the famous troop.
Obarrio is the son of Nicanor
de Obarrio, No. 69 Ave., Panama
City. Panama.
Special Program at
Auxiliary Meeting
The Pan-Americanism Com-
mittee will present a program on
Urucuay at the April 10 meeting
of American Legion Auxilia.y
Unit No. 1 of Balboa. Mrs. Ge--
trude Feist, chairman of the
committee. Mrs. Patsy Ryan,
president of the Unit, and airs,
Carmen Appen called at >he
Uruguayan Consulate In Pana-
ma and obtained material for a
most interesting program.
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AGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
fceds Move In To Exploit
Boiling Iran Nationalism

New Atomic Tests Planned
For Pacific's Eniwetok Isle
WASHINGTON, Mar. 21 (UP)
The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion disclosed today that a
"major" test program which
conceivably could Include an H-
Bomb "Is being carried out"
at'Eniwetok Island in the mld-
Paciflc.
While the terse announcement
used the present tense, Implying
that the tests are underway
no*, authoritative sources said
no weapons have been fired yet.
They indicated that the first
blast may be set off next
month, and that the tests may
continue for several weeks.
The Commission refused to
ay whether the super-secret
tests will Include history's first
.attempt to explode a hydrogen
bojhb. But this possibility can
not be ruled out because it has
btjfn 14 months since it began
work on President Harry Tru-
man's orders to sec whether an
H-Bomb is "feasible."
One purpose of the tests Is
to gather vital information for
the Civil Defense Administra-
tion on how various types of
structures stand up under ato-
mic blasts.
The new tests, first at Eni-
wetok since the spring of 1948,
will be conducted by Joint Task
Force Three, commanded by Lt.
Gen. Elwood R. Quesada of the
V. Air Force.
A 200-square mile security
zone has been established around
the lonely island, and all ves-
sels and ships operating In the
Central Pacific have been warn-
ed to stay out of the danger
area.
Quesada's three-service task
force has been preparing for
months for the big operation.
It was considered significant
that the schedule was not af-
fected by the recent series of
five atomic explosions on
Frenchman Flat In Nevada.
The Nevada tests, In late Jan.
and early Feb.,. were connected
with efforts to perfect "tactical"
atomic weapons for use against
enemy forces in the field per-
haps atomic artillery shells or
guided missiles with atomic
warheads.
If the same sort of weapons
were to be tested at Eniwetok,
it seems likely that the com-
mission would have wanted a
longer time interval, in order to
digest and apply the informa-
tion gained in Nevada.
It has been stated officially
that no H-Bombs were tested in
Nevada.
5 Canal-Railroad Employes
Retiring At End of March
Five employes of the Canal-
Railroad organization, whose pe-
riods of service range from 20
t 42 years, will retire from ser-
vice at the end of March.
The retiring employes, their
positions and periods of service
follow:
Morton A. Coburn, Machinist
In the Industrial Bureau, 20
years, seven months and five
4ays.
Walter Dougherty, Fireman at
Pedro Miguel. 30 years, seven
months and 29 days.
Charles P. Harrison, Machinist
In the Industrial Bureau, 38
years, eleven months and 26
days.
Arthur L. Miner, Chief of the
Payroll Audit Section of the
Finance Bureau. 40 years, nine
months and three days.
Joseph H. Stllson. Jr., Assist-
ant Steamship Ticket Agent, 42
year and three months.
Coburn, who was born in Ark-
port, New York, was first em-
ployed on the Isthmus Aug. 26,
1930. and has held the position
of Machinist throughout his Ca-
nal service. He was a machinist
In New York, California and
Virginia before his employment
In the Canal organization and
came to the Isthmus from Cos-
ta Rica. Mr. and Mrs. Coburn
plan to remain on the Isthmus
following his retirement.
Dougherty was born in Lea-
?enworth, Kansas. He served in
the Armv during World War I
and was employed briefly in his
home town before coming to the
Canal Zone. He was employed
by the Armv al Corozal for a
. tew months before Joining the
Canal organization as fireman
August 2. 1920. He was station-
ed at Balboa throuahout mots of
his period of service. Doughertv
plans to visit In Leavenworth
following his retirement but has
.not decided when he will leave
the Isthmus or where he will
make his permanent future
home.
Harrison was born in Chicago.
Illinois, and was first employed
as machinist in the Mechanical
Division Sept. 23. 1908. He was
an apprentice and machinist in
Chicago for four years before
coming to the Isthmus and re-
turned there after about a
year's service with the Isthmian
Canal Commission, and for an-
other three-year period starting
in 1921. Reemployed as machi-
nist, he remained In the Me-
chanical Division throughout
; the rest of his service, except
for short periods in the Locks
Division. He has served as ma-
chinist, scale inspector and in-
strument maker. Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison will live at their home
', in El Valle following his retlre-
l ment.
HEMISPHERE
MEETING
(Continued from Page 1)
America hopes that the present
" program involving some $12i000-
bgp annual expenditures by the
tfftited States will be drastically
xpanded to perhaps eight or ten
tlrpes its present scope.
" -T A presidential commission this
month recommended a global
United States foreign-aid pro-
gram which would match the
JftJals of the Latin American gov-
ernments. But the report is still
In the study stage, and congres-
sional approval is bv no means
assured.
K At the conference, the United
^^Tfates will probably go no furth-
than commitments to continue
Re present program
Voice Tells Stalin
Welched On Wartime
Lend Lease Debts
WASHINGTON. Mar. 21 (UP)
The Voice of America unleash-
ed an attack upon Russia today
for failure to settle Lend Lean;
accounts with the United States.
In a series of radio broadcasts
the organization blasted Stalin
for accepting Lend Lease aid dur-
ing the war then denouncing the
help when the fighting ended.
Today's broadcast started a
! new campaign and Implied that
i Stalin welched. The broadcasts
I were addressed to the Russian
! people and attempted to split
I them from what announcers de-
. scribed as their turnabout rulers.
The sharp attack came as Un-
ited States and Russian represen-
I tatives gathered at the State De-
partment for another negotiate
ing sessionthe ninth in the cur-
i rent series.
American spokesmen are once
again demanding that Russia
make immediate settlement. Th
United States wants Russia to re-
turn 672 Lend Lease ships and
pay $800.000.000 for civilian type
goods that survived the war.
The Russians refuse to discuss
the return of the ships but of-
fer S240.000.0CO In full pavmen'.
for the $11,000,000,000 received in
aid.
Russia In a counter attack de-
manded that the West give Rus-
sia 13 ships from the old Nazi
merchant fleet.
The broadcast quoted Stalin as
i saying in November 1944 that the
Allies could never have won the
war without American machines
! But by 1949 Stalin's turnabout
| was reflected by Russian charges
I that Lend Lease was just a wea-
pon in the hands of American
monopolies.
X
ruman reveals
Immense gains
(Continued from Page 1)
Jte Is debating the Troops-for-
Surope Issue and Congress is
jHkiderlng the draft of 18-year
eJSs.
i
i'.The Senate wrote into its own
version of the 18-year old draft
P! limitation of 4.000.000 on the
tee of the United States armed
forces. This limitation is unwel-
come to ihe Truman admlnlstra-
'Uon.
The House Armed Services
Committee last week eliminated
this ceiling from its own version
of the Draft Bill
President Truman ends his va-
cation tomorrow, when he flies
back to Washington.
Scotland Yard
Admits Defeat
In Stone Quest
OLASCOW, Mar. 21.
(Scotland Yard has virtually nd-
; mltted defeat in its nine-day
quest for the missing Coronation
Stone stolen from London's W>st-
i minster Abbey Christmas Day.
Crack detectives sent here to
nterview Scottish Natlona'.'^s
are expected to return \o Lon-
don tomorrow empty handed.
Police are convinced that the
three Glascow University stu-
dents questioned yesterday kne*
thing about the case b.it
heir refusal to make any sta'-
, mem left Scotland Yard little to
'do.
By LEROY POPE
NEW YORK, Mar. 20 .
The Russians are moving quickly
to exploit the boiling nation-
alism in Iran.
Pravda has charged that the
assassination of Premier Gen-
eral All Razmara was engineer-
ed by United states agents. This
charge Is too absurd to receive
a hearing anywhere In the West.
North Americans admired Raz-
mara, and considered him Iran's
last hope to push through re-
forms that would save the
country from rebellion, chaos
and perhaps eventual Russian
domination.
The Nationalist rebellion which
started with Razmara's assas-
sination forced Parliament to
nationalize the Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company. Eventually this
may mean that the oil wells
may fall Into Russian hands.
In accusing North Americans
of the responsibility for killing
Razmara, Pravda followed the
Old Communist trick of charg-
ing your opponent with commit-
ting the crime you yourself are
contemplating.
It would seem obvious that,
the Russians are behind the
nationalization and Intend lo
get control of Iranian oil, and
also warm-water ports on the
Persian Gulf.
By accusing the United States
of responsibility for Razmara's
assassination, Russia may be
laying a foundation for an ex-
cuse to invade Iran.
The 1921 Soviet-Iranian Treaty
gives Russia the right to send
troops into Iran in the case' of
internal trouble, or in the event
of Intervention by another pow-
er creating a situation danger-
ous to Russia.
If Iran attempted to take over
the oil Industry now, chaos
would probably result. The Iran-
ian oil fields are worth $582,-
000,000, and Iran cannot even
meet the government payrolls.
The British, who are always
slow to'accept sensational events
at their face value, are still
relying on the fact that their
oil agreement runs till 1993.
They do not believe the Iran-
ians will dare upset It by force.
The contract provides that the
World Court shall settle any
dispute.
But other observers think the
British are too complacent and
that, sure of Russian backing,
Iran might thumb its nose at
the world Court.
Further, Iran can point to
numerous nationalizations car-
ried out at home by the British
Labor Government coal, rail-
ways and steel.
The British are afraid the
Iranian example will spread. Al-
ready Egypt is talking of na-
tionalizing the Suez Canal a
step that would cost European
Investors in that lucrative com-
pany many millions of dollars.
And Baghdad's press is shout-
ing its enthusiasm over Iran's
action in taking over the oil
and saying the Iraqui parlia-
ment should nationalize Iraq's
petroleum. British and American
firms have invested heavily in
Iraqu oil.
The official United States view
on oil nationalization, dating
back to the Mexican expropria-
tion of per petroleum, is that a
sovereign country can nation-
alize its oil as long as it pays
just compensation.
But the Middle East oil ques-
tion Is complicated by Com-
munism, Russian power politics,
and the strategic needs of the
Western world.
Army, Navy, Air Force News
Govt. Men Grant RFC Loan Of
$7 Million With No Collateral
ONE FURTHER STEP in the development of the Joint Army,
Navy and Air Force Disaster Control Center on the Isthmus
was the recent graduation at Panama Area Damage Control
School, Fort Amador, of 51 women as accredited Red Cross
First Aid Instructors. Receiving her diploma from Brigadier
General Francis A. March, Acting Chief of Staff, United
States Army Caribbean, is Mrs. Yvonne Hinges of Albrook
Air Force Base.
(U.8. Army Photo)
Battery 'Baker' Shifted
To Jungle In Field Test
Russia Taking 60
Car-Loads of Uranium
From Bulgaria Daily
NISH, Yugoslavia. Mar. 21 (UP)
Russia is taking 60 carloads
of uranium ore dally out of
Bulgaria, and shipping In arms
secretly at night to help the
Bulgarian army step up mil-
itary preparations against Yugo-
slavia, Bulgarian refugees told
a press conference here today.
About 70 Bulgarians slipped
across the hard-to-guard mount
In frontier near hero during the
past fortnight. They spent more
than two hours today unfolding
a tale of Communist persecu-
tion and Russian domination in
their poverty-stricken home-
land.
The majority of them are
peasants from the frontier dis-
tricts, with a sprinkling of fac-
tory workers and students. All
had left their wives and fam-
ilies behind.
Communist-led unions called
24-hour strikes in "the building
trades, the Paris water service
and in undertaking establish-
ments.
Walkouts threatened in other
sectors including the metal In-
dustry. Government offices, air-
fields and the garbage collect-
ing service.
There are threats of stoppages
In the automobile and building
Industries as well as in hotels,
restaurants and cafes.
The railroad situation became
worse today when the strike
iround Paris spread to LeHavre.
I yon and E~":'"',ux M*ny e -
presses tatted to re** their
destinations or arrived late.
FT. DAVI8. Mar. 21For three
days and three nights recently
the 74th Antiaircraft Artillery
Gun Battalion of Fort Davis par-
ticipated In maneuvers in con-
nection with Army Field Forces
on the Atlantic side.
One phase of the operation was
the movement of "Baker," a hea-
vy gun battery from one position
oh the Canal Zone defense check-
erboard to another.
In the early morning hours
there was the roar of motors and
the scurry of Baker personnel as
the "march order'' was Issued
from the 784th Battalion com-
mand post In the jungle.
With the speed and adroitness
of long practice the big guns of
Baker battery were readied for
movement to the newly designat-
ed defense position. The prime
movers and their giant charges
moved Into a carefully organized
convoy which had been rapidly
; gaining size since the Issuance of
the movement order.
While this rapid change was
taking place in Baker's position,
the supporting batteries of the
764th Battalion were keeping
constant watch for the approach
of hostile aircraft and keepine
i the command post Informed, lest
Baker batterv be surprised while
in movement.
Inside the 764th Battalion an-
tiaircraft artillery operations
room the course of "hostile" air-
craft was being plotted to deter-
mine the direction of approach
and possible targets, thus keep-
ing Battalion Commander Lt. Col.
Thomas M. Lamer and his opera-
tions officer acquainted with the
situation as it developed.
Officers from the 65th AAA
Group organized to act as urn-
Dires were headed bv Lt. Col.
John T. Browne, chief umpire
and aircraft controller. Lt. Col.
James D. Shearouse was umpire
for the 764th Battalion headquar-
ters. Traveling with the batteries
as unit umDlres were Majors Ste-
phen D. Young and Pevton Lu-
cas. WO (Jg) Charles F. Ebner
acted as courier and security um-
pire. WO (Jg) Randall Joyner
was in charge of all radio com-
munications.
As the convov wound through
the back roads of the Canal Zone
the personnel were alert for a
possible strafing attack from an
Air Force light bomber which,
fortunately, was carrvlng Inno-
cent flour sacks rather than
deadly explosive.
The last few miles were up a
narrow dirt road where clouds of
dust were raised to harrass the
men as thev clung to their lurch-
ine vehicles.
At last the new defense posi-
tion was reached and the work of
emplacing and orienting the 120
mm. guns, radar, trackers and
generators beean. Before the dust
had settled the communications
men were establishing wire com-
munications with the battalion
command post and antiaircraft
operations receiver.
Within a short space of time
faker reported "ready for ac-
tion."
On completion of the problem.
Col. Sanford J. Goodman. Com-
manding Officer, 5th AAA
Grouo, said:
"We were Just showing the
world that we can not only hold
to our tactical mission in top
tvle. but In addition complete
the Armv Field Forces Tests."
The moving of a heavy gun
batterv is a comolex maneuver
reouiring the service of manv of-
ficers and NCO's who operated
behind the scenes.
Key men in this maneuver
were: Executive Officer, Major
John H. Wigs; Battalion Adju-
tant. Capt. Milo S. Gardner: Op-
erations Officer and NCO. Major
'. W Scarborough andSergeant
Firit Class Francisco Rodriauez:
rr>telli<*ence Officer and NCO.
Major Salvador Verga, WO (Jg)
George D. Poole and Sergeant
First Class William Taylor; CWO
Kerdis E. Meeks, Battalion Sup-
ply. The Individual unit com-
manders were 1st Lt. William R.
Llndstrom. for Able Battery and
Capt. Albert A. Picclrilll, Baker
battery.
ROTC Cadet Review
Set For Tomorrow
Al Hangar 2, Kobbe
Tomorrow at 10 a.m.. Maj.
Gen. Ray E. Porter, Command-
ing General, U.S. Army, Carib-
bean will review the 180 cadets
of Balboa and Cristobal High
Schools who have been under-
going intensive training this
week at the R. O. T. C. spring
camp at Ft. Kobbe.
The review will be held at
Hangar No. 2 at Fort Kobbe,
where a reviewing stand with
plenty of seats has been ar-
ranged for parents and friends
of the ROTC cadets. Refresh-
ments will be served the cadets,
their parents, and visitors in
the hangar Immediately follow-
ing the ceremony.
All cadets who attended the
camp were given an opportun-
ity to fire a familiarization
course at Empire Range with
the M-l rifle and the carbine,
as well as training on the close
combat course, and a platoon
tactical problem In which some
of the cadets attired In "Ag-
gressor" uniforms furnished a
very realistic enemy for the
other cadets to attack.
Staff officers of U.S. Army
Caribbean Headquarters and
Caribbean Air Command Head-
quarters who witnessed this
training praised the cadets
high's for their enthusiasm Jn
participating in this rigorous
training.
New Soviet Proposal
Viewed Skeptically
By West Diplomats
PARIS, Mar. 21 (UP).Rus-
sia's new proposal to reduce the
armed forces of the Big Four
powers by international control
is greeted with frank scepticism
from the West at the Foreign
Ministers deputies conference
here.
The memory of prolonged ne-
gotiation over international con-
trol of the atom bomb Is too
fresh.
Soviet Deputy Foreign Min-
ister Andrei A. Gromyko propos-
ed international supervision of
the reduction of armed forces
to the deputies seeking to lay
down an agenda for a Big Four
Foreign Ministers conference.
But his two hour speech, de-
scribed bv a Western spokes-
man as "a long harangue." fail-
ed to bring the deputies closer
to any real settlement on the
agenda.
Western spokesmen said: "We
remember only too vividly those
lon< and painful negotiations in
United Nations when Russia
claimed it wanted international
control of the atomic bomb but
showed no real desire to submit
to international control within
her own borders."
WASHINGTON, Mar. 21 (UP)
Three government officials ad-
mitted yesterday that they ap-
proved a $7.800.000 defense plant
loanover RFC objectionsafter
a cursory face-to-face interview
with three applicants who had
only $600 cash.
Chairman Porter Hardv, Jr..
D., Va.. of a House Executive Ex-
penditures Subcommittee, imme-
diately announced he will run
down "rumors" that the loan was
granted a* a result of "outside
Influence." The officials denied
this and said the plant was need-
ed in the defense effort.
The loan was approved by Har-
vev M. Harper, head of the Loan
Division in the National Produc-
tion Authority's Facilities and
Construction Bureau. His deci-
sion was supported by Arthur J.
Bolger, Deputy Assistant Admin-
istrator of the bureau, and Wil-
liam Davlln. Deputy Assistant
NPA Administrator.
The money is to be lent to Ben-
jamin 8. Dowd. Martin C. Charles
and James H. Hopkins of the Ha-
7elton, Pa.. Steel and Tubing Co..
for the production of oil pipe.
They have not received the mon-
ey, but can et it as soon as thev
raise $1,000.000 from outside
sources.
The subcommittee is investi-
gating possible abuses In the pro-
gram of Indirect government sub-
sidles to businessmen to encour-
age expansion of defense pro-
duction facilities. There have
been complaints about tax bene-
fits granted businessmen under
the program.
The Reconstruction Finance
Corporation rejected the Hazel-
ton loan on grounds the firm's
stockholders were investing only
$800 in cash and probably could
not produce the necessary Dlpe.
Harper testified he not only
approved the loan, but raised the
loan total and reduced the
amount the three men would
have to get elsewhere.
The firm asked for $5.200.000
last September. In rejecting its
request, the RFC said that If the
plant was definitely vital to the
defense effort, the operators
should be required to raise $2,-
500.000 themselves. Harner ap-
proved a loan for $7.800,000 with
a reauirement of $1.000.000 from
outside sources.
The NPA officials acknowledg-
ed that their investigation of the
company was limited to a single
Interview with the three appli-
cants.
The officials said the appli-
cants seemed like capable men
who could produce.
Harper also conceded that the
firm would not necessarily have
to put up any of Its own money,
but could use the approved gov-
ernment loan as a basis for pro-
moting the additional $1,000,000.
He said the loan terms did not
require the men to post a bond
that the plant would be built.
Harper said NPA did not try to
find out whether other firms were
available to manufacture the oil
pipe. __________________
Johnson Reports
On Wage Deadlock
KEY WEST, Fla., Mar. 21 (UP)
Economic stabilizer Eric
Johnston gave President Tru-
man a fuel report today on the
wage stabilization deadlock and
returned immediately to Wash-
ington to "continue his efforts
to obtain an agrment" from
labor and management.
The little White House de-
clined to say whether Johnston
reported progress In efforts to
resolve the labor-management
stalemate.
It said only that Johnston
made a full report on the mat-
ter and brought the President
up to date.
Johnston flew In this morning
from Miami, conferred with Mr.
Truman and presidential coun-
sel Charles S. Murphy, then
flew back to Washington via
Miami with Murphy.
White House Press Secretary
Joseph Short declined to say
whether Johnston presented Mr.
Truman with a compromise plan
for ending the wage stabiliza-
tion dispute and to bring labor
back Into the mobilization pro-
gram.
Short also was asked If
Johnston brought Mr. Truman a
draft of a proposed message to
Congress. He replied that if
Johnston did. he did not pre-
sent lt at this meeting.
French Consider Sending
More troops To Indo-China
By JOSEPH W. GRIGG
PARIS. Mar. 21 (UP) The
French Government is reported
to be divided on demands by
General Jean de Lattre de Tas-
signy, French Far Eastern com-
mander in chief, for the imme-
diate dispatch of 15.000 to 20.000
additional troops to meet the ex-
pected new Communist offensive
in Indo-China.
The general, who Is In his third
month as commander in chief has
put backbone into the demoral-
ized French Army in Indo-China
and smashed two all-out Com-
munist offensives, flew back to
Paris last week.
He had lengthy conferences
with President Vincent Auriol
and Premier Henri Queullle and
Jean Le Touroneau, Minister of
State in charge of relations with
the Associated States of Indo-
china.
De Lattre announced before he
left Saigon that he was asking for
reinforcements of between 15,000
and 20,000 seasoned troops to re-
place recent French losses and
bolster his 170.000-man expedi-
tionary force In Indo-China.
Though no government deci-
sion was expected before tomor-
row, reliable sources said strong
opposition to sending that many
troops has already been raised bv
Defense Minister Jules Moch and
Minister of the Colonies Francois
Mltterand.
Moch reportedly argued that
any transfer of troopsparticu-
larly of the seasoned men requir-
ed for Indo-Chlnawould In-
volve a risk of falling down on
France's pledge to raise 10 new
combat divisions for the Atlantic
Pact Army by the end of this
year.
Moch reportedly insisted that
top priority must be given to the
North Atlantic Divisions. As a re-
sult of Moch's opposition some
Cabinet ministers reportedly sug-
gesjjcd scraping together the re-
gulate number of troops from
France's colonial empire.
Mltterand is reported to have
opposed this on the grounds that
the forces there are only Just
strong enough to, maintain inter-
nal security.
A compromise proposal said to
have been discussed at the com-
mittee of national defense last
week end was that some of
France's young, half-trained con
scripts be sent to North and West
Africa, thereby releasing nativa
African troops for Indo-Chlna.
By law the French Government
is prohibited from sending draft-
ees to a combat area. However
the law which last November ex-
tended French military service to
18 months specified that in
peacetime young conscripts may
be sent to "territories of the
French Union outside of Europa
or the Mediterranean area, pro-
vided these territories are not tha
scene of active military opera-
tions."
Reliable political sources pre-
dicted this may be the solution
ultimately adopted by the Cab-
inet.
The French army in Indo-Chl-
na is made up of some 65.000
French long-service troops and
about 105,000 mixed foreign Le-
gionnaires. Moroccans. Senegal-
ese and other colonials.
The native Viet Nam army Is
presently about 170,000 strong
also. It is trained bv the French
and equipped with United States
and French arms.
Red Cross $ 25.000 Drive
Is One-Third Achieved Here
Total contributions to the 1951
Red Cross Fund Campaign now
stand at $8.789.98. it was an-
nounced today at Canal Zone
Chapter headquarters. The goal
of the 1951 drivers $25.000.
New contributions from Indi-
viduals and private organizations
are as follows:
$100Mr\ and Mrs. Benjamin
Chen; Corporation Universal ae
Exportacin; Isaac Brandon Bros.
Inc.
$50North American Tobacco
Products. Inc.; The Shell Com-
pany (W.I.) Ltd.; Captain Clif-
ford Payne (Payne Wardlawi;
Pan American Orange Crush;
Piecher Kardonskl Hnos.. 8.A.;
$25G. Wallace LaRue; Fldan-
que Hnos. y Hijos; Felix B. Ma-
duro, S.A.; Cia. de Servicios Elc-
tricos; Lionel and Robert Toledi-
no; Mrs. Zella Toledano; Homs.a-
ny Hnos.; Lindo and Maduro.
S.A.; I. L. Maduro. S.A.; Cardoze
and Lindo, SA.; Fabrica Nacio-
nal de Salchichas, Paul Kiener;
Motta y Cia., Ltd. (Arturo Motta);
Swift and Company; Econogas,
S.A.; Enrique Halphen and Co.,
Inc.
$20Mrs. Helen C. Baker; Jean
Doble; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fidan-
que; Panama Radio Corporation;
Agencias Otis McAllister.
$15Murry M. Wise; Virgilio
Capriles.
$10Mrs. H. Oiler; Daniel E.
McGiath; Walter D, Peterson;
Balboa Women's Club; C. H. Ca-
houn; Preston Keathley; Albert
E. Carter; William B. Caldwell;
G. L. Bettsak; Felicia C. de Chan;
Ferreteria Internacional, 8.A.;
Roberto Motta and Cia., Ltd.; Es-
teban Duran Amat (Paul Du-
an); Restaurante Gran Oriente;
Baby Aquilino Antonio de la
Guardia.
$7.50John T. Flynn.
$5.00Fred De V. Sill; M. B.
Hjstetter; Andres Ponce Rojas
Cia., Ltd.; Mrs. Anna Hartmai.;
Florence S. Mlhalltsianos; Vivian
B. Holmes; Fred A. Durllng;
Claire R. Waldner; Cathrlne A.
Robinson; Elizabeth A Carrlng-
ton; Frances A. Sinnott; R. Elosa
Ramey; Eleanor Cobb; William
F. Morton; Alice E. Westman;
Marguerite Van Wagner; Roberi
J. Bryant; E. C. Jeppsen; V. A.
Welch; Western Electric Compa-
ny (aribbean); Mrs. Hilda L
Maduro; Martin Berger.
$3.00Nina W. Norman; Pa-
trick Lynch; Rufus Z. Smith;
Annie T. Walnio; E. O. Finnic
$2.50Helen L. Hanks; Jeaa
8. Yandle.
$2.00Anonymous: Harmony
W. Kline; Raymond F. Colby; Jo-
se L. Romero; A. S. Boynton.
$1.00Virginia D. Cunning-
ham; Margaret B. Ostrowski;
Thomas R. Newcomer; Liona
Joan Sears; Kathleen M. Cap-
well; Natalie S. Worcester; Mu-
riel P. Waters; Raymond A. Val-
Ilere; Maria Teresa Healy; W. C.
Cumlngs; Jessie E. Taylrl; Sam-
uel Chesnutt; Dr. John E. Grln-
nel!; Ralph M. Huls.
Tank-Led Troops.
Death Penalty
Keep Iran Quiet
TEHERAN. MAR. 21 (UP).
All Iran was reported quiet to-
day the first day of the Mos-
lem New Year holidays a*
tank-supported troops controlled
Teheran and the death penalty
was decreed for anyone trying
to create disorders.
Governor Gen. Mohammed
Hejazi, in supreme command ol
Teheran for two months "
martial law. warned that any-
one convicted of trying to over-
throw the Government or trying
to create disorders would bo
condemned to death.
Hejazi Imposed a midnight-to-
dawn curfew throughout Tehe-
ran, and prohibited anti-Gov-
ernment articles in the press
under penalty of jail sentences.
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PROTEST
Cristobal, C. Z.
The Editor,
The Panama American.
Panama, R. P.
Sir:
There is attached hereto a copy of a letter that 1 have wrlt-
tn to the Chairman of the House Way and Meant Committee
of the US Congress, refuting a statement made In a letter to
said off letal by the Balboa Women's Club In that "Few people
dlaoute the propriety of extending- the Income tax to federa
employeTin ^possessions" insofar as it applies to ths Canal
Zone.
I hope that you mav be able to find space to print it. As I
do not %sh personal publicity kindly omit my address and
name.
Very truly yours. A ^^
The Honorable Robert L .Doughton.
Chairman. House Ways and Means Commute,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Doughton:
Under date of March 16 an organization known as "The Balboa
Woman'a Club" of Balboa. Canal Zone, addressed a letter to you
in reference to the application of the Income tax to Canal Zone
employes.
As a Canal Zone employe of more than 20 years of service
with the U.S. government. I am wholly in accord with the state-
ments made in this letter Insofar as the retroactive feature of
the tax bill Is concerned. BUT when the Woman s Club makes
the statement that "Few people In the Canal Zone dispute the
propriety of extending the Income tax to federal employes In
the possessions" THIS CLUB HAS NO AUTHORITY TO SPEAK
FOR MYSELF NOR f AM SURE FOR THE MAJORITY OF GOV-
ERNMENT EMPLOYES IN THE CANAL ZONE.
Practically everyone I know of personally, and my acquain-
tence Is large, and the majority of the letters that appear in
local newspapers regarding this Income tax Question, all defin-
itely do, NOT BELIEVE THAT THE INCOME TAX SHOULD BE
APPLIED' TO ONLY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYE8. NOR ANY
OTHER UNITED STATES CITIZENS WHO ARE RESIDENTS OF
A FOREIGN COUNTRY.
There has been established over the years, a legal "fiction"
for certain purposes always to the advantage of the United
States government, that the canal Zone Is a "possession", how-
ever, I am sure that if the Panama Government wished to. It
could establish without question and I believe It has been legal-
ly in connection with a question that arose during prohibition
days that the Canal Zone is ONLY A PIECE OF LAND LEASED
BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT over which said gov-
ernment exercises certain administrative jurisdiction, but the
TERRITORY of the CANAL ZONE still is legally soverlgn terri-
tory of THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA. .
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Furthermore. Just so long as a large number of United Stales
citizens resident of BOTH THE CANAL ZONE AND THE REPUB-
LIC OF PANAMA are still exempt under various sections of the
Income Tax Law from paying taxes to the United States Gov-
ernment, I personally believe that there exists an unlawful and
discriminatory tax on the United States government employe.
There are a large number of United States citizens employed by
shipping companies and banks who reside in the Canal Zone
and who receive most of the privileges of the Canal Zone em-
ploye but who. under the provisions of the latest tax bill, are
exempt from paying income taxes. Not only that, but there are
United States citizens who are resident in the Republic of Pan-
ama who also are exempt from any earnings in the Republic.
This can give rise to a situation that actually exists where a re-
tired employe of the United States government, for Instance, who
Is living In the Republic, will be forced to pay Income tax on any
earnings or dividends from Investments made In the Republic of
Panama, whereas another United States citizen, who does not
receive any income from the United States government, is exempt
from paying such tax.
I do not argue that such non-government employes SHOULD
pay taxes to the United States government under such circums-
tances, but I do argue there la no Justice, legally or morally, for
another United States citizen to have to pay such taxes simply
because he happens to receive money from the United States
government.
These employes of private companies both In the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama are exempt under a provision
which was Inserted in the former tax bills apparently for the
purpose of assisting "foreign trade etc." WHAT, I ASK YOU. ARE
WE EMPLOYES OF THE PANAMA CANAL DOING DOWN HERE
EXCEPT JUST THAT. Was the Panama Canal originally built
purely as a military measure OR WA8 IT BUILT TO FURNISH
COMMERCIAL SHIPPING A SHORTER AND LESS COSTLY
ROUTE BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC OCEANS?
Every one of us, regardless of what Division of the Canal we
happen to be working in., are here for one sole purpose to
OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE PANAMA CANAL.
It might be of interest to you. and perhaps you already know
it. but there has been initiated locally and effort to have this
discriminatory angle of the application of the present tax bill
taken to the Supreme Court of the United States for a legal
ruling.
On the whole, however, the point I wished to make was that
not a few but A GREAT MANY employes are opposed to this tax
measure for many reason, not the least of which Is its discrimin-
atory effect.
Retpectfully,
The Mall Box:
A Zonian.
Balboa. C. Z.
If the people In the C.Z. want to go to a legal adviser, to
inquire about their rights, why not all pool, to gather, ask everv
C.Z. employe te donate and hire King, and King, in Washington,
and go about this thing in a big way. They got the overtime for
employes, so. every one should be Glad to pay his share .
A tax payer.
What You Were Wafting For
Your lot at the Lefevre Park
with only $4.60 weekly. Boy
today your club and win it!
THE LEFEVRE CORPORATION
No. 5 "A" Ave.
Telephone: 2-3333
tabor lNew
And
(Comment
By Victor Riesel
We were lounging at the city
desk, In one of tnose yakety-
yak moments after deadline,
when a copy boy made It to my
side in a photo finish with a
tall, frigntened, white-laced
stranger.
Before the kid could announc*
the Intruder In the* dust of the
big news left, the man blurt-
ea:
Cockeye Dunn is going to
kill me. For God's sake, take me
some place where we won't be
seen. 1 want to talk."
/ took him fast. "Cockeye"
had a long quick-on-the- A
trigger record. We talked.
The stranger was water-
front manager for a section
of piers used by the Alcoa
Co. and had bucked the
rackets. Cockeye had pulled
a gun and gone after him.
But he didn't quite make
it. He had otter work to do
and did it. So Cockeye fin-
ally frizzled in the electric
chair, much to my new
friend's relief.
Cross-eyed Dunn was of the
old school, like the crowd which
once sent my Dad home to us
so thoroughly beaten that the
docs Just threw' a cotton band-
age mask on his face and cut
silts for the eyes and mouth,
In case he regained conscious-
ness after talking back to the
mobs' hard guys.
They were a tough bunch o
busters while they made their
money for investment, later, In
respectable businesses and
their well cut suits now
cover the fattening muscle. But
before they got so they could
rent those hotel suites and ca-
banas, they were artists at etch-
ing abstract designs with acid
on clothes hanging in stores
whose owners weren't enthusias-
tic about contributing to a pro-
tective fund. And how they
could toss those stint grenades,
which would for days cling to
restaurant food and tables with
an odor unsubtly reminiscent
of long-stale eggs.
Then they went respectable,
these hard boys, when the hot
chair up the river put away
their own brand of tycoons.
They bought night clubs, lor
example, and quixotically start-
eded a linen service for their
hot spots. Then they made other
spots quite hot with their sug-
gestions that the non-racket
owners could keep "their noses
clean" only with their linen
supplies. But they started to
push the union around. And
Jack Potofsky's laundry union
pushed back and the boys had
to find new respectability.
But how? That's what the
special Kefauver committee
probers have been asking. And
right now the Senate investi-
gators are looking Into the gar-
ment areas where the latter day
muscle men simply "suggested"
to certain big jpanufacturers
that it would be a nice safe ar-
rangement to make them part-
ners.
This was one thing the
garment people were not giv-
ing away wholesale, and
they balked. But not for
long, the Kefauver ads
learned. A little terror here
and there, on both the union
and the company, and as
in days of yore, the boys of
gore are partners now, for
nothing.
Well, at least they are in the
legitimate garment business, the
Kefauver investigators/ say with
a grin.
But what about the other
rackets? Why all this surprise
over Frankle Costello's ready
cash? The only time I've known
him to be short of dough was
when one of his colleagues ask-
ed me if I was a poor man the
morning after I Interviewed the
man with the televised hands. I
said I was poorer than you
think. And he said. The boss
wants you to have this.
Before I saved my virtue, I
flipped the bills he had shoved
In my pocket, and there were all
of two tens and a five. I stayed
poor and clean like the lassies
In the old mortgage melodra-
mas. But it did prove that while
Frankle had a price list for all
men, exporters were way down
In his esteem.
Why are these gentlemen
hoods being probed now?
Because they're gamblers?
Everybody places a bet, and
they're the lads who make
a business of it. To hell with
that. They ought to be la-
belled for what they are
terrorists who push working
people around, mulct them
and steal from them.
The waterfront unions are
bitter right now. These labor
leaders say, 8ure, one of our
boys on shipboard may stuff a
$10 ham under his coat, or
shove a 00 cent stick of frozen
butter from the ship stores in
his pocket and the police may
nab him. Everybody screams.
We know it's wrong and we
have the toughest trial com-
mittees which generally expel
the guy tfom the union. Then
he can't earn a living on the
sea and winds up with a po-
lice record," one such union
leader said the other day. "But
the cops never nail the guys
who drive off tons of stuff each
night.
"In the end the little guys
take the raps and the smooth-
ies way up on top rest their
nerves in those uptown Miami
beach hotels"
The man's got something
there.
{Copyright 19S1. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
(NEA Telephotol
BLAZING AWAY - A heavy .M caliber machine gun fires at Chinese Communists who were
flushed out of ridge entrenchments ahead by the tanks firing in the background. This ac-
ias* took place north of the Han River, on the central front. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff pho-
tographer Ed Hoffman.) __________
Mum Moll
By 606 RUARK
NEW YORK. These old eye have seen some
wondrous spectacles In their rheumy time, but
I do not think that anything In the entertain-
ment world, Including Tallulah in a tizzy, ever
compared to, the show Mist Virginia Hill, the
gang moU. out on for the great TV audience.
This Is to be construed as a fan letter to Miss
Hill, who must, by now, have been besieged
with offers to do a permanent Show of her own.
For beautiful Innocence and canny caution, for
the wide eyed wisecrack and the carefully
scheduled dumbness, her ordeal before the Ke-
fauver committee created an entirely new art
form.
After lengthy rehearsal and a good writing
and direction Job. Miss Judy Holllday only par-
tially approximated Miss Hlll't performance,
when Judy opened over five yeart ago in "Born
Yesterday." You would never think that Judy
could be topped as the perfect dumb dame La
Belle Hill topped her, and with no script.
The luckless who did not see Miss Hill work
last week have been forever cheated of an ex-
perience comparable to! the unveiling of a Bar-
rymore. I am sure that Senator Kefauver and
the other probers believed every word she said,
because she appeared to have the entire com-
mittee mesmerized, as a bird stares hopefully at
a snake. You even believed that Virginia Hill
exists, which of course, cannot possibly be true.
She Is a mirage, thought up by a drunken ma-
gician.-
Miss Hill on evidence has been a mob moll
in the purest sense. She has owned a succes-
sion of boy friends in the upper-and-lower case
rackets. She was the keptee. by her own ad-
mission, of Mr. Bugsy Siegel, a racketeer whose
eye was thoughtfully shot away one eve as he
loitered In Miss Hill's Hollywood home.
All her semi-adult Ufe. Miss Hill has been
very fortunate. People Just keep giving her mo-
ney wads of It. Miss Hill seems not to be
fully appreciate of this odd quirk to her exist-
ence. One gathers that Miss Hill's career is a
rule rather than exception. All good girls get
monev given to them.
Miss Hill's memory for names, places and
facts is indeed magnificent. Having spent most
of her life in and around hoodlums of varying
octanage, she Is aftllcted with total lack of re-
call, bne Just met the people in the lobby, more
or less, and nobody ever talked any business at
her or in front of her. Miss HU was never
Interested in Illegal businesses so much so
that the late Bugsy sought to shield her from
reality by snatching away a copy of a news
magazine which dealt with some of the more
sordid aspects of his career. Miss Hill widened
her limped eyes and submitted to protection.
Virginia Hill seems to have been an Alice in
a wonderland ol Illegality. Her worst confes-
sion is playing the horses, and she says she has
abandoned even that pastime.
"I am afraid I will win," she says, "and get
into trouble with the government.''
This, in itself, sets a mark ror morality. Ac-
cording to her testimony. Miss'Hill's racing in-
formation was to accurate that winning became
rather more of a bore than an emotional tri-
umph. I Just wish I knew her Informants, not
having cashed a bet since the last of the war.
The fair Virginia, whose mink stole obviously
was not ersatz, was the most helpful witness
to the committee that you ever saw. She re-
sponded freely to all questions, and at the end
of about an hour had told the probers a neat
net of nothing. But the Senators Tobey and
Kefauver seemed nappy, at did the audience
which shrieked at her answers. Miss Hill Is a
hypnotist.
She is also supposed to be a lady with so
much Information on top gang doings that she
is not even to be allowed to become run over
by a truck, catch a cold, or contract a tummy-
ache, for fear of repercussions from sinister
buried documents.
The empire need not worry about any slips
of her tongue. Honest Virginia is miscast as a
moll. She was cut out to be a great lawyer or
a great actor, and the other day she combined
both careers more successfully than a parlay of
the late Gene Falln and Ethel Barrymore. Any
secrets she holds are safe, because this is a girl
mho don't know noxhln' about nobody, and is
little loath to say so.
cihe WASHINGTON
^L MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DllW PIAISON
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
INSIDE CHINA
WASHINGTON.The recapture of Seoul dra-
matizes the total failure of the Chinese Com-
munist armies in Korea to achieve their an-
nounced objective of pushing the United Na-
tions forces Into the sea. Failure abroad can
have disastrous consequences at home, especial-
ly for a newlji-lnstalled, revolutionary regime.
And from all the rumor and speculation about
what Is going on inside China, two apparently
solid facts stand out.
One is that something no one really knows
what is happening or has happened to Chi-
nese Communist ruler Mao Tse-tung. The other
is that the authority of the government which
Mao heads is quite genuinely threatened
throughout large areas of China.
Mao Tse-tung has made no sort of public ap-
pearance, even at functtont where he has been
scheduled to show himself, for many weeks. No
deputy has been sent to represent him at tuch
functions, and no attempt to account for his
absence has been made. On the basis of these
facts, and of intelligence reports from within
China, certain conflicting but interesting theo-
ries to account for the Mao Tse-tung mystery
have been put forward.
One Is that Mao has left for Moscow, to con-
fer with his ally and patron, Stalin. Intelli-
gence reports to this effect are taken entirely
seriously. V.M. Molotov's mission to Peking last
summer, now definitely known to have taken
place, was cloaked In secrecy, and Mao's mis-
sion may also be secret. But if so, Mao must
have been in Moscow for some weeks, and there
Is still no reliable confirmation of his presence
there.
Another unconfirmed report has Mao waiting
at Manchuli. on the Siberian border, for the
arrival of the great Stalin himself. According
to this report, the Russian mountain is to come
to the Chinese Mohammed, in a supreme gesture
of solidarity. Documente captured In North Ko-
rea proved that the Korean agRression was
planned at the last meeting of Stalin and Mao.
If either of the above versions of a Btalln-Mao
meeting proves correct, it Is entirely likely to
mean open Soviet intervention in the Korean
war.
On the other hand, it Is considered Just as
possible that Mao Is either actually very 111, or
that he has been marked for liquidation. Mao
has tuberculosis, and he has also had severa
severe heart attacks. His death of natural
causes would therefore not be surprising. But
neither would it be surprising if he suffered
the kind of convenient "heart attack' which
has ended the careers of numerous European
Communists.
Mao is of course a thorough-going Commu-
nist, but he Is also a thoraTgh-going Chinese.
He never attended the Moscow training schools.
Before he came to power, he repeatedly took
liberties with the orthodox Leninist Stalinist
theories to suit his own purposes. There is no
reason for believing that the Inner compulsions
which have forced the Kremlin to stamp out
the last vestiges of Independent communism In
satellite Europe do not operate also in Asia.
Mao, unlike any European Communist leader,
Is far more than Stalin the symbol of commu-
nism In China, and this In Itself may be In-
tolerable to the Kremlin. %
Yet Just because Mao is the symbol which
holds Chinese communism together, his death,
whether from natural or other causes, might
have a disintegrating effect throughout the
whole Chinese Communist appar a t u s. And
whatever Mao's fate, the Chinese Communist
apparatus is already being strained almost to
the breaking point, according to reports which
no longer leave room for doubt.
The Chinese communist government is plain-
ly not acting like a regime in full control of
its internal situation. Reports of upward of a
million Chinese "traitors" hauled off and exe-
cuted by the favorite Chinese method a
bullet in the back of the head may be exag-
gerated. But the official reports of the Chinese
communists, them selves regularly list huge
batches of new executions. The official Chinese
news agency has recounted such extraordinary
episodes as the wrecking of a giant generator
and the firing of fifty-nine streetcars in Pel-
ping, the heart of communist power. And com-
munist Premier Chou Eis-lal has himself called
for the capture and execution of hundreds of
thousands of "counter-revolutionary bandits."
It Is at least possible that the Chinese Com-
munist regime, like the Nazi and Japanese re-
gimes at the end of the last war. is In much
worse straits as a result of the Korean defeat
than anyone realizes. It would be insane to
count on an internal collapse in China. The
Chinese Communists still dispose of at least
three million trained troops to throw against
the U.N. forces in Korea The Russians may
intervene at any time. But It is at least well
to remember that, as at the end of the last
war, over-estimating an enemy can be almost
as dangerous as the reverse. And given steady
nerves and firmness of purpose. It is beginning,
to seem not wholly unrealistic to talk, as Lt.
Gen. Rldgway has talked, of a "tremendous vic-
tory" In Korea.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune inc.)
Drew Pearson Staff says: Gentral Eisenhower snubs Gov-
ernor Dewey; U.S. to arm Chinese guerrillas; Lrttlo
businessman out in the cold.
WASHINGTON.Only a few Insiders know it, but Governor
Dewey has been coldly snubbed by General Elsenhower.
Ever since Dewey announced his support for Eisenhower for
the 1952 Presidential nomination, the Oovernor has tried to ar-
range a political chat with his prize candidate. However, Ike has
artfully dodged each overture, .and has sent back word that ht
was "too busy" or "Just leaving town" or "ill."
This cold-shoulder treatment has finally gotten under Dewey's
skin and caused him to describe Eisenhower in colorfulbut, un-
printablelanguage. Dewey still regards himself as head of the
Republican Party and Is furious at Ike's polite rebuff.
One of Ike's bosom army pals explained the Dewey. snu*
this way:
"It's all very simple," he admitted to this column. "In tht
first place Ike Just doesn't like Dewey. Secondly. Ike's political
backers have told him that the New York delegation to this Re-
publican convention Is in the bagregardless of where Dewey
stands."
The Ironical twist is that Dewey not only is committed to
Eisenhower publicly, but is a leading supporter of Eisenhower
Foreign-Policy point of view inside the Republican party. -
NoteIke's dislike of Dewey goes back to the spring i 1948
and the bitter struggle over the OOP Presidential nomination.
While Ike was flirting with the idea of accepting a draft, W re-
ceived word that the Dewey forces were collecting a "file" for uso
against Elsenhower In case he became an active competitor for
the nomination,
AIDING GUERRILLAS
A secret decision to aid China's 1,500,000 anti-communist'guer-
rlllas has been made by America's-top policy group, the National
Security Council. Under this decision. U.S. agents will contact
guerrilla leaders on the mainland and offer limited arme** aid
for raids on Communist strongholds and supply lines. This plan
would follow the pattern of assistance to Greek and Yugoslav
guerrillas In World War II.
Authentic reports from the mainland say the Chinese guer-
rillas, some of them former Nationalist troops, are in actual con-
trol of vast areas in the South and Northwest of China. rWlth
Communist defeats in Korea, the guerrillas have launchedJold
attacks throughout China. Peking's Red dictator. Mao Tse-tung,
.has imported Soviet experts to run the "anti-bandit extermination
campaign." Some reports claim that up to half a million Cnfaeso
have been killed or arrested In this campaign in the last yesfr.*
Meanwhile an argument still rages inside the Security Coun-
cil on arming, for use In Korea, the 600,000 trained and partly
equipped troops of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek on the Jsland
of Formosa.
' The chief advocate of aid to Generalissimo Chiang is General
MacArthur. He cabled Washington that with Chiang's troops ho
would .have a sufficient force to drive to the Manchurlan bdfder.
However, the opponents in the State Department and the
Pentagon claim that Chiang's troops would desert, that Chiang
is discredited in Asia, and has no control over the guerrillas'.'
SOPPING THE GRAVY
While small firms have been left out In the cold, the giant
corporations have been sopping up all the grave- in defense sub-
sidies.
Already the big companies, such as U.S. Steel, have been
granted over two billion dollars In tax subsidies for defense ex-
pansion. Yet at the same time, applications from small firms and
newcomers are gathering dust In Government offices.
These Government subsidies are In the form of accelerated
amortizationor rapid tax write-offson new plants which ths
Government approves for the defense effort. The certifying agen-
cy is the National Production Administration, which has been giv-
ing big business all the breaks.
For example, U.S. Steel, through Its subsidiary, Carnegie-Illi-
nois, has obtained over $300,000,000 In tax write-offs for one plan*
|p,t Morrisvllle, Pa. ,:
The truth Is that small business Is getting a worse deal-than
: labor from Mobilization Boss Charles Wilson.
NoteMeanwhile, Congress has quietly knifed a plan to pro-
vide long-term loans for plant expansion for small business. This
was accomplished by trimming President Truman's request for
two billion dollars in lending authority down to six hundred
million.
WAR NOTES
The Chinese Communists are pouring reinforcements into
a new line north of the 38th parallel. They are using the German
system of replacing battalion for battalion instead of man for
man... Meanwhile, General MacArthur has been begging the Join
Chiefs of Staff to double American replacements to Korea, which
have been averaging about 14.200 per month. As a result, the
Joint Chiefs have finally agreed to a 50 per cent Increase.. .A
the same time, other U.N. countries are preparing to send moro
troops to Korea, including 5.000 from Greece... President Truman
reported to Congress that' the military budget for fiscal 1953
would be In the "neighborhood" of 40 billion dollars. Instead, ths
Defense Department will ask for 104 billion dollars.. .The Array
is authorized manpower for only 27 divisions, but lt asking
equipment for 54 divisions.
WASHINGTON POTPOURRI
Overheard at the Democratic National Committee"We're
going to have to live with that natural pastel mink coat^ until
the November '52 elections. Between now and then we'll have to<-
tat that coat, sleep in lt and carry lt on our backsall of us.". .
President Truman has told Secretary Acheson to forget about
the idea of a peace conference to write a treaty for Japan. In
order to save time, he has ordered Acheson to write the treaty in
tne State Departmnt and send lt around to the various world
capitals through the American Embassies for suggestions and
possible changes. By doing this, the President feels a peace trea-
ty for Japan can be ready by the end of July, no matte! how
loudly Russia protests. The Idea for omitting the traditional
peace conference came from General MacArthur. ff\
Secretary of Defense Marshall Is quietly taking the heat off
the Administration in Its row with labor. Marshall Invited, top
labor leaders to the Pentagon for lunch the other day. lnctjgdlng
representatives of the AFL. CIO, International Association of
Machinists and Railway Labor Executives Association. The Secret-
ary pointed out that "no group has more at stake In effort to
keep freedom strong In the world than the working metLjmd
women of this country." In return, the labor leaders pledged the
full cooperation of 15.000,000 organized workers to Increase the
"strength and effectiveness" of the armed forces.. Price Boss
Mike DI Salle wrote his son. Mike. Jr.. a long, philosophical latter
on his birthday, telling about the national concern over inflation
end how sorry he was that ho couldn't attend young Mike's birth-
day party. "I don't know whether he'll read the whole letter,
complained Di Salle, "but I guess he'll feel better when he>ees
the ten-dollar bill I enclosed.''
(Copyright, 1951, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
Seagrams V.O.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
1
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. 1W1
If! HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA SUff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-
clusively Yours: Martha Vickers
Wl tell It to the judge and be on
her way to becoming the ex-Mrs.
Mickey Roonev No. 3 soon. Ten
Siunds under her normal weight.
artha told me when I asked her
about a movie comeback: "I'm
ready, willing and able, but no-
body's offered me anything
worthwhile yet."

Charles Boyer will play
Shu h. the Indian pacifist, in
Alan Ladd's new starrer. "The
Rage of the Vulture." but first
Paramount his to tone down
the plosive political angle in
the strern play.

.Arrest of Veronica Lake's lead-
ing mn wn,le te*1"* an after-
show stroll with her has me wor-
ried. What If Fox chanees the
title of 'The Secret of Convict
Lake" to "The Secret of Veronica
Lake"?

MG'.U recently referred to Deb-
bie Reynolds as a "young Janet
Leigh." When Janet heard about
IV she screamed, "A young Janet
I*igh! I'm only 23." .Now that
MGM has nabbed Diana Lynn for
"The People vs. O'Hara." three
studios are waving term contracts
at her.

I Senator Kefauver's crime orobe
hearings In New York and Los
Apgelea brought out the TV cam-
eras wjth prize witnesses rating
bjggercloseuDS than those usual-
ly reserved for the Gables and
Turners of Fllckervllle.
' The Idea of video cameras
Invading courtrooms and fed-
eral-committee rooms had im-
Sedlate repercussionsL. A.
icater owners howled that the
teNassct hurt their matinees
and held shuddering possibili-
ty possibilities:
Hollywood talent agencies nab-
bing hoodlums as clients with
pitches of "you need an agent to
book you in sympathetic roles."
Panqake make-up for prison-
ers, jurors. Judges and lawyers.
Sponsor identification between
verdiots.
Popcorn in the jury box.
Annual acting awardsgold-
plated tommy guns.
BACK IN CIRCULATION
Ann Sothern. pencil-slim and
pretty as a picture, is back in
circulation after a long illness.
She may head up the national
company of "Call Me Madame''
in the Ethel Merman role.
*
Note from Bob Thomas: "New
York's Music Hall finally suc-
cumbed to the candy and pop-
corn concessionaires and n*>w
NBC is talking about selling pop-
corn to TV audiences. Condolen-
ces."...If you think Gussle Mo
ran's lace panties put new life in-
to tennis, wait'll you see Liz Tay-
lor playing in a T-shirt-----But
Lancaster will unleash his full re-
pertoire of acrobatics in "The
Crimson Pirate." He's training
five hours dally for the role.

John Lund's getting the glad
hand from the town's screen
writers. It wasn't headlined a-
' round N.Y. radio row, but he
wrote the air version of "The
Fortune Hunters," in which he
co-starred with Jeanne (.'rain
TV WHIZ KID
Dane Clark, who has become
TV's whiz kid In New York, re->
turns to Hollywood soon for a
big role at Fox....Hal Wallis. I
hear, is planning two on-Irma
roles for Marie Wilson. Mean-
while shell play a waitress In a
-.weater uniform yetIn RKO's
They Sell Elephants to Sailors."

Martin Ragaway says he took
his mother to see "The Mud-
lark." As the plot got going,
she asked, "Who Is this Dis-
raeli?"
"Mother." said Ragaway,
"where've you been? Disraeli was
prime minister in Victoria's
time."
Mama replied. "Oh, THAT Dis-
raeli."
J4L Prexy Seeks Recruits
fn Battle Of Consumers
DiSalle Claims
Controls Halting
Rise In US Prices
BOSTON, Mar. 21 (UP)Price
Stabilizer Michael V. Disalle said
last night that mandatory con-
trols are beginning to halt the
rise in the cost of living.
"Until recently I have felt
that the break In prices was
still months away, and I pre-
dicted that we would not be
able to make such a report to
the American people until sum-
mer," he said. "Now I feel
justified in moving up that
schedule."
Disalle, in a progress report
to the National Industrial Con-
ference Board, said that the
"upward surge of prices since
the invasion of South Korea last
June has been slowed down
significantly and, in some cases,
even reversed."
In addition, he said, recent
reports from the Bureau of La-
bor Statistics showed that the
spot market price index for 8
basic commodities has gone
down "with increasing speed, for
four successive weeks."
The index now is nearly 35
per cent below the 1951 peak
reached Feb. 16, he said. The
weekly wholesale price index,
he said, has held steady during
those four weeks with minor ad-
vances being canceled out by
declines.
DiSalle said it would be sev-
eral weeks before the rollback
on some wholesale prices would
be reflected in retal! stores but
that these declines would be
"doubly significant" when com-
pared wit hthe "relentless, up-
ward march of prices during
the seven straight months" af-
ter the invasion of Korea.
DiSalle said that despite the
more favorable outlook, "the
major battles remain ahead of
us.
"We do not Intend to sit back
and relax, simply because of the
first signs of progress," he said.
LAWYERS STUMPED
TROY, N.Y. tUP) The will of a
Cohoes woman has stumped law-
yers here. Some of the money she
left is for a relative in Soviet
Russia and the attorneys don't
know how to send the money be-
hind the Iron Curtain.
.1
.m -
WASHINGTON, Mar. 21 (UP)
-AfC President William Green
urged- some 15,000,000 union
memMrs today to Join the "batue
of the consumers" by putting
pressure on Congress and the Ad-
ministration for "effective" price
a*d rent control laws.
He aired anew labor's demands
for stronger laws tjp controliood
prices and said subsidies should
b? used if thev are needed. Neav-
Vv an of the blc farm otfiinV* i-
tions :ire opoosed to the use of
8iibsi0ies to "stabilize" food P^tc
es.
Green opened a "two front
fight" bv labor's rank-and-ltlc
for a*"more equitable and demo-
cratic defense program" in which
labor, would be accorded a bigger
voice-He charged that all major
defense Issues have been decided
"without the recommendations
of labor."
Green outlined the program
before some 300 local AFL offi-
cials jiummoned here for a top
leivet report on union complaints
against defense mobllizer Chas,
i' Wilson and the "ineffective"
stabilization laws passed by Con-
es. '
The AFL meeting was one of
tHret held simultaneously by or-
ganizations represented on the
ufjlted labor policy committee.
The JJIO and independent rail-
wajMinlons held closed meetlnis,
butliill join forces with the AFL
at -CJwnt session tomorrow.
A&pjft 700 delegates will be on
' fej Indorse a blanket "mo-
rn manifesto" attesting l o
united stand. The labor
Toup claims to represent
1,000,000 organized work-
. leaders kept one car
toward Key West, Fia..
..."President Truman nwt
jrlth Economic Stabilizer Eric A.
Johnston. Some thought Mr.
Truman and Johnston were try
fcte to decide whether the Presl-
ltnt had legal authority to meet
labor's demand for an enlarged
Wjige stabilization board which
i
could settle wage and non-wage
disputes.
Green called for an entirely
new defense production act to
meet labor's demands. The pro-
gram called for these changes:
1Effective power to control
food prices, Including the use of
subsidies if necessary; effective
federal rent controls and greater
authority for price stabilizer Mi -'
chael V. DiSalle.
2An "equitable" tax program
He urged Congress to close "loop-
holes" in the tax laws and to
raise Income taxes rather than
Increase excise levies or Impose
a national sales tax.
3A defense housing law to
provide housing for workers at
rents they can afford to pay. The
Senate Banking Committee ap-
proved the administration's de-*
fense housing bill today attar
trimming it down but the meas-
ure has been side-tracked in the
House.
Identic
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HIM?...
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Closed During: Demolition
Because of possible danger to
swimmers while the old Pedro
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swimming pool has been closed
for an indefinite period.
The pool will be reopened
when the demolition work Is
completed.
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BINGHAMPTON. N.Y. (UP)
A frlRhtened woman telephoned
oolice In the middle of the nlgnt.
She reported someone was
screaming for help In an adjoin-
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only to discover that the man she
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"All Through the Night"
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CroCO CENTESIMOS
Se informa
el Director de
"La
que
Prensa" ya ha sido detenido
La Comisin Parlamentaria se Slo hay cuatro
hizo cargo completamente de
todos los haberes del diario
Se sabe de seguro que la Polica le ha advertido
a Gainza Paz que no puede salir del pas
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 21 (U.
P.)Urgente. Puentes de Infor-
macin de La Prensa dijeron que
el Director Alberto Gainza Paz.
quien estaba planeando pasar
la Semana Santa con su madre
en la estancia cerca de Coonlay
Uruguay, fu advertido por la
Polica que no poda abandonar
Argentina, y no se dieron ra-
Continan las
Inscripciones
de partidos
Las inscripciones de los par-
tidos en el dia de ayer se en-
contraban a las once de la
maana en el distrito capital,
en el estado siguiente:
Revolucionarlo Independiente:
2052, Socialista. 501; Frente Pa-
tritico, 1467 y Liberal 1066.
Oran actividad se notaba en
los distintos grupos en el dia
de hoy. Quiz las actividades
tienen algo que ver con el deseo
de inscribir los papados antes
de pocos meses pan -asi asumir
otras actlvldadgr-jpoltlcaa de
campaa
na> "*
Ministros en
la Repblica
Slo hay a'nora en la Rep-
blica cuatro miembros del ga-
binete. Ello se debe a la ausen-
cia de tres de ellos que se en-
cuentran en Washington repre-
sentando al pas en la Cuaita
Conferencia de Cancilleres, e>
decir el Dr. Carlos N. Brin, Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores,
el seor Rodolfo F. Herbruficr,
Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro,
y el seor Ricardo M. Arlas K,
Ministro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias
Como consecuencia de esta
situacin, el Sr. Presidente de
ia Repblica ha adscrito a o-
tros Ministros esas carteras, d*
(Pasa a la pgina 9 Col. 1)
Se inician el Lunes
los trabajos en el
Hipdromo Nacional
El Ministro de Obras Pbli-
cas, Ing. Celso Carbonell, infor-
m esta maana a EL PANA-
MA AMERICA que Obras P-
blicas dar comienzo a las obras
del Hipdromo Nacional que se
erigir en Campo Lindberg.
Estas obras haban sido a-
biertas a licitacin hace va,ria*
semanas y dos firmas locales.
Arango y Lyons, y Corporacin
de Ingeniera, S.A., presenta-
ron propuestas, pero posterior-
mente, el Ministerio consider
conveniente ajustar los planos
y costos del proyecto y se de-
sign una comisin de inge-
nieros par que rindieran un
Informe con el objeto de lograr
la viabilidad de la obra. Los
ingenieros designados entrega-
ron su informe al Ministro Car-
bonell y ste inform que las
obras se Iniciarn el- lunes.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
21.400
Llegan de los E.U.
auditores para el
Banco Fiduciario
Por la via area llegaron a
yer al pas los auditores de la
rnundialmente conocida firma
norteamericana Price Watet-
house e inmediatamente ini-
ciaron examen general de io
libros, valores y dems docu-
mentos del Banco Fiduciario
En Diciembre del ao pasado el
Banco inici gAtlones para un
audito total Jiro no fu sino
hasta este mes que se llegi a
iirmar el contrato de auditora.
No se ha podido determina?
cuando terminar/el audito de
los libros del Banco.
Ya se encuentra
en Nueva York el
Sr. A. G. Arango
NUEVA YORK, marzo 2. (UP)
Hoy lleg a bordo del Cris-
tbal, procedente de Panam el
seor Augusto O. Arango, Pre-
sdeme del Banco Fiduciario de
Parama, actualmente cerrado.
El seor Arango entrar en
el hospital de la Universidad
de Pennsylvania para ser so-
metido a un tratamiento del es-
tmago, y expres su confianza
en que el Fiduciario vuelva a
abrir sus puertas nuevamente,
aunque declin decir cuando.
Ot Lorilo de la L^i
on verdn
del duen oLadi
ron
DR. GAINZA PAZ
zones. Las fuentes dijeron que
Oainza Paz no se encuentra
preso.
Cuando Oainza Paz ense sus
documentos para embarcarse en
el avin.que cruza el Rio de la
Plata, fu detenido bajo el pre-
texto, que sus pyeles no esta-
ban an orden.
Hay Insistentes .rumores que
(hw.i laVpglna 9 CoLJiy*
Se solicita" qir "se mantenga
la actual organizacin de las
Prov. Escolares de Educacin
Duplica E. U.
sus efectivos
El primer anuncio pblico sobre su podero indict
que tiene 2.900,000 soldados
CAYO HUESO, Florida Marzo
Las lluvias podrn
causar daos en
el Registro Civil
An no se han terminado loa
trabajos en la azotea de los
Archivos Nacionales, y se teme
que para el invierno se cause
daos, con las lluvias a impor-
ta n % e s documentos histricos
alli conservados, as como a los
registros pblicos que tambin
se encuentran en el mismo e-
diftclo.
Esta es una de las pocas re-
paraciones que se han hecho a
este edificio del Registro Civil
y Archivos Nacionales, desde su
construccin por el doctor Beli-
sario Porras. Pero Ules repa-
raciones llevan ya un ao y no
han iUo terminadas. El tra-
bajo se encuentra actualmen-
te suspendido.
Segn hemos sido informa-
dos, el trabajo consiste en la
colocacin de tela asfaltada y
brea en la azotea, para impe-
dir que se cuele el agua den-
tro del edificio, cuya impor-
tancia para el movimiento legal
del pas es incalculable.
En relacin con la organiza-
cin de las Provincias Escola-
res, un nmero considerable de
Educadores ha dirigido al Mi-
nistro del ramo la siguiente
carta:
Seor Ministro de Educacin:
Los suscritos, inspectores de
Educacin, Auxiliares y Super-
visores, reunidos actualmente
en Seminario que se efecta en
esta ciudad, nos permitimos di-
rigirnos a usted muy respetuo-
samente para expresarle por es-
te medio, nuestra opinin con
respecto al problema presenta-
do por algunos Interesados que
han manifestado su criterio en
relacin a la organizacin de
las Provincias Escolares.
A nuestro Juicio, las consi-
deraciones que se hagan alre-
dedor de este asunto, deben ser
el fruto de la actitud profesio-
nal e Inters patritico, que ha
de animar a todo educador que
juzga con imparcialidad y des-
prendimiento el valor de nues-
tro sistema educativo.
Para sustentar nuestro pun-
to de vista sobre el tema que se
discute, exponemos a continua-
cin las razones que Justifican
la eficiencia de la actual Or-
ganizacin de Provincias Esco-
lares:
1La organizacin actual del
(Pasa a to pgina 9 Col. 4)
Cientficos norteamericanos
realizan investigaciones de
un gran valor histrico aqu
Panam se ha convertido en centro de una particu-
lar atencin cientfica debido a ellas
Hasta suicidarse
cuesta trabajo
en estos tiempos
PARIS, Marzo 21 (UP)
Hasta siucidars^. cuesta traba-
jo en estos tiempos.
Un comediante que fu en-
contrado muerto en su apar-
tamento dej la siguiente noto:
"Ayer rat de tirarme de la
Torre Eiffel pero algullen me
detuvo. Hoy trat de ahorcar-
me, pero la cuerda se revein*
cuatro veces. Se dan ustedes
cuenta del trabajo que cuesta
suicidarse?"
La cuerda no se revent el
la quinta intentona.
Eminentes cientficos norte-
americanos estn trabajando
actualmente en diversos lugares
del pas y sus investigaciones
i ya estn rindiendo informacin
de tal carcter que concentra-
rn la atencin cientfica mun-
dial en Panam, por mucho
tiempo.
Las investigaciones son de
una enorme trascendencia cien-
tfica e histrica. Estas comen-
zaron en Partta con el descu-
brimiento de una de las cultu-
ras ms antiguas de Amrica,
en que slo se usaba vajillas
con marcas o dibujos de puntos
y rayas.
El inters que despert este
hallazgo por la Institucin
Smlth-sonlana en los aos de
1847 y 1948, ha hecho que el Dr.
Matthew Stirling que se ha-
bla anunciado venia a Paanm,
(Pasa a la pgina 9 Col. 1)
21 (UP) El Presidente Tru-
man dijo que Estados Unidos
ha duplicado sus fuerzas ar-
madas desde que comenz la
guerra en Corea, y que el to-
tal exede a 2,900,000 hombres.
Truman dijo: "Este tremen-
do aumento en nuestro pode-
ro conseguido en tiempo re-
cord ha sido necesario debi-
oo a la agresin Ilegal de las
fuerzas comunistas en Corea, y
por la amenaza de otros ata-
ques comunistas contra otras
naciones libres".
El primer anuncio pblico
que se ha hecho sobre el pod;-
rio militar de los Estados nl-
ildos fu hecho en un cambio
lie telegramas entre el Presi-
dente Trumari y el Secretario
de Defensa, George C. Marshall.
Marshall dijo a Truman que el
aumento de las fuerzas arma-
das durante los ltimos nueve
ineses ha sido mucho ms grar-
ae y dos veces ms rpido que
durante los primeros das de
la segunda guerra mundial,
cuando Estados Unidos movili-
zo la ms grande fuerza arma-
aas de toda su historia.
Marshall dijo qu-s el podero
de 2,900,000 hombres que tee
hoy Estados Unidos, es un to-
tal que "no se consigui duran-
te la segunda guerra mundial,
sino 21 meses despus que se
comenz el aumento de las
fuerzas armadas en Junio de
1940, despus de la caida de
Francia y ms de tres meses
despus de Pearl Harbor".
Truman ha hecho saber a
Rusia que este asombroso au-
mento en las fuerzas es "vi-
dencia de nuestra determina-
cin, en compaa con otios
pueblos libres, de establecer y
mantener la paz mundial"-
jo en contestacin a Marshall:
"Las fuerzas armadas que es-
tamos preparando y los abas-
tecimientos que nuestras fbrt-
(Pasa a la pgina* CoL ) ,
Comunicado de Com.
de Depositantes
del Fiduciario
Para su publicacin se ha reci-
bido el siguiente comunicado ex-
pedido por la Comisin nombrada
anoche por la reunin de deposi-
tantes del Banco Fiduciario:
"Lo Comisin nombrada or Ins
depositantes de la Compaa Fi-
duciaria desea informar a los de-
positantes y al pblico en gene-
ral, que durante* el curso de la
maana de hoy na, celebrado va-
rias reuniones y ha iniciado con-
versaciones con los directores de
la Conanaa Fiduciaria. Como
resultado de dichas gestiones,
est en capacidad de informar
que existe ambiente favorable,
as cetno la posibilidad, de que el
Banca Fiduciario reanud sus
operaciones normales en un fu-
turo cercano.
ELOY BEVEDETTI
Secretario de la Comisin".
Con resultados halagadores
se inicia en Coln colecta
para la Feria Agro-Pecuaria
De las dieciocho Imgenes del Cristo en la Cruz que exhibe la Semana Santa de Sevilla en sos das procesionales es acaso
esta imagen del Cristo de la Conversin del Baen Ladrn, la me representa mas dramticamente el Cristo vivo, el que aun
no ha llegado al trance de la expiracin, ni tampoco a la pali dez e Inmovilidad de la muerte. El Cristo corpulento, de
elevada estatura, al igual que el Jess del Oran Poder est hablando desde la Cruz, adelantando el rostro con el gesto
propio que solemos emplear en la intima confidencia. Habla a Dimas, el buen ladrn, a cuya alma ha llegado a torrentes
la luz infinita de la gracia: recibe Dimas la promesa salvador del Maestro. Y todo porque el afortunado ladrn, como be-
llamente subraya Quevedo en "Poltica de Dies", acert nada menos que a presentir que era Rey de verdad aqusj aparente
malhechor en trance de muerte....
En el da de ayer se colect
B.2,286.00 en la ciudad de Coln
para la celebracin de la Feria
Agropecuaria, comercial e Indus-
trial de la Provincia Colonense.
Entre los contribuyentes en
bonos de 250 balboas, se encuen-
tra Harry Kris, Antonio Tagar-
pulos, Jos Maria Gonzlez, Luis
Pelez, Henrlquez y Co. Casa
Central Smoot-Hunnlcutt.
Otros contribuyentes fueron
Julio Salas con bonos de 100,
Enrique Kam, con 50, Low de
Chen con 25, la Fbrica Nacio-
nal de Colchones con 25 y la Ca-
sa Mike con 10.
En el dia de ayer tambin se
reunieron las colonias extran-
jeras y acordaron su participa-
cin. Entre las que han brinda-
do su afirmativa estn la colo-
nia Israelita, la britnica, la ln-
Pasa a' la pgina 9 Col. 5))
Prctica de alerta
El lunes 28 de Marzo a las 4.00
p.m. se llevar a cabo una
prctica de alerta en la que to-
mar parte el personal del Fuer-
te Kobbe solamente, de acuerdo
con el anuncio hecho por los
Cuarteles Generales del Ejrcito
de los Estados Unidos en el Ca-
ribe.
Est circulando
valioso manual
de Registro Civil
Pronto se pondr en circula-
cin un Manual del Registro Ci-
vil, que. ser de gran Impor-
tancia, pues aclarar el fun-
cionamiento de' una de las ms
importantes oficinas del pas
de la cual dependen abogados,
funcionarios, estudiantes de de-
rechos y cualquier simple ciu-
dadano que tenga que estable-
cer su status legal en el pas.
La obra constar de 250 p-
ginas con gran material Infor-
mativo sobre procedimientos,
leyes y adems un ndice de
leyes de los problemas que con-
fronta la persona que tiene quo
realizar trmites legales en
cuanto a Registro Civil.
La obra es un estudio do
don Diego B. Garca Monge,
despus de catorce meses da
experiencia en su tarea al fren-
te del Registro Civil y ser da
gran beneficio para muchas
personas que a diarlo tienen
que valerse del Registro ClvlL
El General MacArthur ha sido
autorizado para que crucen
sus fuerzas el Paralelo "38"
El grueso de las tropas aliadas llega en masa ft
slo ocho millas de esa lnea
BOLETN
WASHINGTON, marro 21.
(UP). Urgente. El Secreta-
rio de Estado, Dean Acheson,
dijo en una conferencia de
Prensa que el General Mac-
Arthur est autorizado para
cruzar el Paralelo 38 en Co-
rea.
TOKIO, marzo 21. (UP>.
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas avanzaron en masa has-
ta a ocho millas y media del
Paralelo 38, y ya enviaron pa-
trullas a cruzar el Paralelo.
Un comunicado del Octavo E-
Jrclto dijo que los aliados con
el grueso de sus fuerzas estn
a ocho millas y media del Pa-
ralelo 38 en cuatro puntos a lo
largo del frente de 140 millas.
Patrullas de reconocimiento si-
quiero nhacla el Norte en bs-
queda de los ejrcitos comunis-
tas en retirada, y es posible que
hayan cruzado el Paralelo.
El Presidente Truman auto-
riz al Oeneral MacArthur a
cruzar el Paralelo si lo crea
rasa a la pgina 9 Col. S>)
Despus de cumplir
su pena sale libre
el comunista Vctor
Esta maana fu puesto en
libertad por orden del MlnUW-
no de Gobierno y Justicia, el
conocido comunista Hugo Vc-
tor, despus que cumpli en !&
Crcel Modelo pena de quilfe
das de arresto Impuesto por
el Alcalde Municipal por piO"
ferlr insultos al Presidente da
la Repblica.
En favor de Hugo Vctor fue-
ron interpuestos varios recur-
sos de Habeas Corpus en un
intento de sus defensores -le
ganar en los tribunales la ba-
talla legal y lograr su libertad,
pero todos sus esfuerzos fueron
infructuosos porque Hugo
tor tuvo que cumplir la pen
impuesta por la primera Auto-
ridad del Distrito,


rAGINA DOS
V- PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 21. 1951
PanamaAmrca
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ACERCA DE LA EDUCACIN PRIMARIA
Ha llegado hasta la discusin pblica la con-
troversia entre distintos grupos de Inspectores acer-
ca de si debe haber cambios en la enseanza pri-
maria a fin de que se vuelva al sistema de los lla-
mados Distritos Escolares o si se mantiene el r-
gimen de las Provincias Escolares. No se ha ex-
plicado si se trata de una cuestin de forma o de
fondo, y si hay o no envuelta en la contienda al-
guna finalidad de orden poltico.
La gran mayora de la comunidad est con
sobraba razn hastiada de la poltica. Si los cam-
bios que se sugieren llevan consigo la posibilidad
de que por razn o con el pretexto de una nomen-
clatura distinta, se abra el camino para nuevos
nombramientos de Inspectores o de Supervisores,
tal proceder, con toda seguridad, ser francamen-
te repudiado.
En todas las formas y maneras el pas se ha
pronunciado en el sentido de que quiere la esta-
bilidad del magisterio, sin que sto implique auto-
rizacin para que el escalafn escolar se convierta
en escudo para amparar o defender a los Educa-
dores que directa o indirectamente traicionen los
nobles fines de la enseanza. Las maniobras pol-
ticas no pueden afectar los derechos adquiridos de
los Educadores.
Pero an el caso de que no se tratara de una
medida de carcter poltico, no parece necesario ni
conveniente, por ahora, hacer cambios de esa na-
turaleza. Lo urgente, lo apremiante, lo inaplazable,
es que los Educadores todas recojan del ambiente
la idea que prevalece a efecto de que los sistemas
educativos en vigor son la causa primordial de la-
mentables fracasos. El pas se ha percatado ya con
profundo dolor de que la enseanza primaria es
deficiente, como lo es la secundaria y, como obli-
gada consecuencia, la universitaria.
Los verdaderos profesoras se duelen de que se
inicien los estudios universitarios por estudiantes
que no tienen las capacidades necesarias. Es que
la escuela secundariaexplican ellos confidencial-
mente no est cumpliendo su cometido, porque,
como explican en secreto, la escuela primaria, que
es la base fundamental de la enseanza, carece de
los rumbos que la tcnica y la prctica aconsejan.
( Sera de desearse, pues, que los verdaderos pro-
fesores hablaran sin tapujos y as explicaran al
pas lo que est pasando y lo que debe hacerse al
respecto. Todo lo dems es intrascendente. El Es-
tado viene gastando ingentes sumas en la educa-
cin pblica y la comunidad no est ni puede es-
tar satisfecha con discusiones de los educadores so-
bre cuestiones de forma o de detalle. La comunidad
quiere que los educadores abandonen por el mo-
mento sus discrepancias acerca de si debe haber
Distritos Escolares o Provincias Escolares, o si los
Inspectores deben llamarse Supervisores o adoptar
cualquier otro ttulo. Pero que no se den ms pre-
textos para que la politiquera haga estragos en
la educacin de la niez.
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ESTOS DAS EN SEVILLA...
Ha comenzado la Semana
Santa en Sevilla. Cmo estar
Sevilla? Se lo pregunta quien
conoce la Semana Santa de la
capital andaluza y quien la
suea a su modo. Por lo pron-
to se sabe que el cielo de Se-
villa es nico. Que su ambien-
te no cabe confundirlo con na-
da por nadie. Que sus calle
poseen la gracia fina e indes-
criptible que subyuga. Que hue-
le a azahares, a claveles re-
ventones, que todo se impreg-
na de un extrao aroma lu-
jurioso y conmovedor.
Sevilla es asi...
Estn limpias las calles sevi-
llanas. Esa calle de las Sier-
pes no puede cambiar. Pasan
los aos sin que se le visite.
Pero no sin que se la suea.
Y cuando llega uno a su empe-
drado milagroso, ella, la calle
afortunada, ofrece un saludo
de vieja conocida, de amiga del
corazn, a quien la transita.
Sabe ser novia: un poco sen-
timental, un mucho soadora,
con su estilo, su inimitable es-
tilo. Es calle estrechlta. Jaca-
randosa, ul muy larga ni, muy
corta. Calle a la medida. Ca-
lle del pueblo y del seor: qui-
z porque en Sevilla es el ms
seor, el pueblo.
Cuando ha llovido los char-
qultos semejan espejos. Coa qu
cuidado transita el sevillano
por su calle hmeda. Tiene un
respeto singular por sus zapa-
tos el hijo de Sevilla. Yo no he
visto mayor cantidad de lim-
piabotas reunidos en una ciu-
dad. Y todos hacen negocio.
Hay ciudades que carecen de
limpiabotas. Mucha mquina,
mucha rapidez... pero en Nue-
va York, en Londres, en el
propio Pars, no hay limpia-
botas. Para que le limpien a
uno el calzado como se debe
hay que ir a Sevilla. Y repetir
la operacin de colocar el pie
sobre el banquillo clsico va-
rias veces al da. Es asunto
de dignidad.
Sevilla sonre en Semana
Santa como ninguna ciudad
sonre. Por la calle de las Sier-
pes o de la Sierpe deam-
bularn menos sevillanos que
en cualquier poca del ao. Es
que saben ser corteses y ofre-
cen su ciudad a quienes la vi-
sitan. Ella basta, ella es el
gran regalo.
Esa copla que nace en una
ventana o en medio de una
calle cualquier noche de pro-
cesin en esto* dias, en el co-
razn de un silencio aromado
de flores y de incienso, es el
alma de Sevilla que se dilata
y resuena.
La saeta resume el drama su-
blime del Calvario. Se inspira
en el dolor, como todos los dra-
mas divinos y humanos. La me-
tfora alcanza proporciones
misteriosas y formidables. Od.
si no, esta saeta sevillana:
Tan estrecha era la cama
que el Rey del Cielo tenia
que por no caber en ella
un pie sobre otro pona. .
Duro el ltimo verso, se di-
r. S. duro y repleto de esen-
cias. El fondo se traga a la
forma. Consigue el escalofro.
Calles para procesiones las
sevillanas. Calles que se cim-
brean, que se prestan al abra-
zo y al beso y al secreto Jun-
to a la ore]illa de ncar. Ca-
lles para reir y para llorar:
calles de Sevilla.
La voz de Sevilla en estos
finales de marzo, en estas se-
manas de abril, cuando la fe-
ria llega, es tan auya... Dijo
Manuel Machado una vez
don Manuel, tan sevillano y tan
barroco que Sevilla en Se-
mana Santa era "una muerte
chiquita": la muerte chiquita
I
Batalla de los Molinos de Viento
Por Aldor
...Ojal no tenga la misma suerte de Don Quijote...
es lo ms parecido a ese di-
vino escalofro que nos produ-
ce la tarde sevillana entrn-
donos por todos los poros del
cuerpo y del alma. _
Sevilla en estos das es amor.
Amor en sus Cristos y en sus
Dolorosas. Sevilla se llena de
amor y de azahares, de fervor
religioso y de sensualidad es-
ttica.
Sevilla en estos das convier-
te los sueos en realidad. La
Giralda es la antena sin Igual
de la gracia... Infinitamente
esbelta y gallarda, mezcla el
suspiro con la elegancia.
El secreto de Sevilla es la luz.
Y sin .embargo, la noche en
estos dias de Semana Santa,
es el fondo del cuadro inena-
rrable. Se cuaja de estrellas y
de cantares Suea Insomne.
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selladas para la construccin
de SM sillas y 5* mesas. Lai
especificaciones de las sillas y
mesas pueden conseguirse en
dicho Servicio Interamerlca-
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No. 1. Apto. 1*. Las ofertas so
abrirn el Z de Abril de 1*51,
a las 11 a.m.
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colombiano a los
Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON", Marzo 21
(USISi El Di. (ionzaio re-
trepo Jaramillo, tie Coio..i:
fu el primer Ministro de
relaciones Exteriores amerita-
no en llegar para participar en
la Reunin de Consulta que se
Iniciar aqu la- semana
prxima. i
El Dr. Re&trepo Jaramillo. ;.x-
Ya escucho la saeta:
Quin me presta una escalera
para subir al madero
y asi arrancarle loa clavos
a Jess el Naiareao ..
Embajador colombiano aqu, ne-
g ayer a fin de conferenciar
ampliamente con el Embajador
Eduardo Zuleta ngel acerca
del temarlo de la conferencia
que se avecina.
Interrogado con respecto a
la actitud de Colombia sobre la
convocatoria de la reunin por
los EE. UU. el Canciller Re:-
wepo Jaramillo dijo: "Estamos
de acuerdo con los Estados U-
nidos, no slo sobre este asun-
to sino con la poltica exterior
de los Estados Unidos en
general".
La Reunin de Consulta de
los Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores fue convocada a soli-
citud de los Estados Unido.: a
fin de buscar los medios para
movilizar los recursos de las re-
pblicas americanas contra la
amenaza del comunismo Inter-
nacional.
ESCUELA PRACTICA DE COMERCIO
LIBERTARIA DE MEL y GASTN FARAUDO P.
Directores Profesores
Cursos de Perito Comercial. Secretariado, Contabilidad.
Estengrafa Gregg, Mecanografa, Ortografa y Redaccin,
Aritmtica Comercial, Infles y Problemas de Auditoria.
MATRICULAS ABIERTAS DESDE EL LUNES 2 DE ABRIL.
3 P.M a I P.M.
Avenida A No. 4t Telfono I-OT21
si-a
CONCURSO A BECAS PARA ESCUELAS
SECUNDARIAS OFICIALES Y PRIVADAS
Desde el. lunes, 19 hasta el sibado, 31 de mano del pre-
sente ao, estar abierto el concurso para adjudicar 89 becas
en los planteles Secundarlos Oficiales y 6 becas en los par-
ticulares. Las solicitudes para Intervenir en este concurso
deben hacerse en un formularlo especial que podr obte-
nerse en la Direccin de Educacin Secundarla y en la
Direccin de cada una de las escuelas secundarlas. v
INSTITUTO NACIONAL: Dos (2) becas para primer ao;
tres (3) para Cuarto Ano; una (1) para Sexto Ao.
ESCUELA DE ARTES V OFICIOS "MELCHOR LASSO
DE LA VEGA": Tres (3) para Indgenas; siete (7) para Pri-
mer Ao,
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL: Una (1) para Indgenas: cinco
(5) para IV Comercio; cinco (5) para IV Economa Domsti-
ca; una (1) para IV Telegrafa.
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO": Tres (3) para Primer Ao;
una (1) para Segundo Ao; dos (2). para Tercer Ao.
COLEGIO "FELIX OLIVASES C": Una (1) para Primer
Ao; una (1) para Segundo Ao: una (1) para Tercer Ao
PRIMER CICLO DE BOCAS DEL TORO: Una (1) para
Primer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE AGUADULCE: Una (1) para Pri-
mer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE PENONOME: Una (1) para Pri-
mer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE LA PALMA, DARIEN: Dos (2) para
Primer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE LA CONCEPCIN: Una (1) para
Primer Ao.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE LAS TABLAS: Tres (3) pa-
ra Primer Ao.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE CHITRE: Tres (3) para
Primer Ao.
ESCUELA NORMAL "i. D. AROSEMENA": Cinco (5) pa-
ra Primer Ao; trece (13) para Cuarto Ao; dos (2> para
indgenas.
COLEGIO INTERNACIONAL DE MARIA INMACULADA
(VISTA DEL MAR): Una (1) para Primer Ao y una (1) pa-
ra Tercer Ao.
ESCUELA COMERCIAL DE MARA INMACULADA (CIU-
DAD): Una (1) para Primer Ao.
ESCUELA PANAMA: Dos <2i para Primer Ao.
INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO: Una (1) para Primer
Ao.
NOTA IMPORTANTE: Las becas oficiales sern otorga-
das para un ciclo de estudio solamente. Para las becas de
los planteles oficiales no se aceptarn aspirantes que resi-
dan en el lugar donde est ubicado el plantel. -
Tampoco se aceptarn aspirantes para un ciclo de estu-
dio, al en la Provincia del aspirante existen planteles de la
misma ndole de estudio.
Los exmenes para adjudicar las becas para estudios
secundarlos versarn sobre Matemticas, Espaol e Informa-
cin General (Historia, Ciencias, Geografa, Educacin Cvi-
ca y Asuntos de Actualidad) y comenzaran el lunes 9 de
abril a laa 8 a.m. en las siguientes escuelas: Escuela Norma)
"J. D. Aroaemena" (Santiago); Instituto Nacional (Panam);
Colegio "Abel Bravo" (Coln); Colegio "Flix Olivares C."
(David); Escuela Secundarla de Chltr (Cbitr): Escuela
Secundarla de Las Tablas (Las Tablas>: Primer Ciclo de
Penonom (Penonom); Primer Ciclo de Bocas del Toro
(Bocas del Toro): Primer Ciclo de Darln (La Palma); Pri-
mer Ciclo de La Chorrera (La Chorrera).
Panam, 17 de marzo de 1951.
FRANCISCO M. DIAZ
Director de Educacin Secundarla
Compaa Fiduciaria
de Panam, S. A.
La Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, S.A.
CONSIDERANDO:
1. Que el da 6 y 7 de Diciembre de 1950
se public en peridicos de la localidad
amplios anuncios que manifestaban lo si-
guiente:
"CIA. FIDUCIARIA DE PANAMA, S. A.
La Junta Directiva de la Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
CONSIDERANDO:
A. Loa rumorea completamente infundados, qua tienden
a poner en duda la solvencia de nuestra institucin;
B. El alto inters que I porvenir de asta empresa re-
presenta para la Patria y la economa nacional;
C. La necesidad da qua el Gobierno, nuestros deposi-
tantes y al pblico an general reafirman su confian-
za con baae an la ma estricta realidad,
RESUELVE:
Solicitar encarecidamente al Gobierno, a nuaatroa
depositarios y a cualquier persona que an alguna forma
tenga intereses compromttidoa con asta Banco, qua
procedan a nombrar ain demora y en la ms antera
libertad, auditores do toda su confianza a objeto de que
acudan a esta institucin con el fin da verificar minu-
ciosamente los libros, balances a inventarios da asta
Compaa, y que comprueben sin asomo de duda la sol-
vencia de esta institucin que noiotrqs garantizamos.
Por la Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
A. G. A rango
Toms Gabriel Duque
Emanuel Lyon$, Jr.
Narciso Garay, Jr.
Gilberto Arias
Ral Orillar
Jan F. Victor.
2. Qua al Gobierno inmediatamente despus design un
Representante ante la Junta Directiva y adems
design a los Auditorea Aurelio Bonilla y Pedro
Jeanine para que auditaran los libros da la institu-
cin, los cuales Auditores han tenido acoeso a todoe
loa libros, balances, inventarios y dems documen-
tos de la institucin;
3. Que la Comisin de Dapositantaa organizada el da
17 de Marzo de 1951 ha hecho un estudio de las
operaciones de la empresa y la Gerencia la ha dado
todaa laa facilidadea para examinar loa libros, ba-
lances, inventarios y dems documentos;
Que la Junta Directiva desde el mea de Diciembre
de 1950 entr en negociaciones con la prestigiosa
firma d auditorea de Price, Waterhouee A Company
para que efectuara un audito Integro de loa libros
y que en efecto ese audito comenzar eata semana;
5. Que los accionistas an no han nombrado auditorea
independientes para que verifiquen a au entera sa-
tisfaccin los libros, balancea, inventarios y dems
documentoa relacionados con nueatraa operaciones;
RESUELVE:
Inaiatir nuevamente que loa accioniataa procedan
a nombrar sin ma demora y en la ma entera libertad,
auditores de su absoluta confianza para que acudan
a eata Inatitucin a fin da verificar minuciosamente loa
libros, balancea, inventarios, valoras y cualquiera otro
documento que se relacione con las operaciones de esta
institucin.
Por la Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
Toms Gabriel Duque*
Emanuel Lyons, Jr.
Narciso Garay, Jr.
Gilberto Arias
Ral Orillar
Jan Victor \


MIRCOLES, MARZO 21, 1351
3. fANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TREt
Movimiento clandestino contra
el comunismo brota en Rusia
orna cuerpo
n los ejrcitos
le ocupacin
Por Steffan Andrewf
(N A. N. A.)
. WASHINGTON, marzo SI.
|(EPS) Un poderoso mo.i-
uiento clandestino ruso de re-
ilstencla a los comunistas cata
funcionando actualmente en el
seno de los ejrcitos soviticos
de ocupacin en Alemania, Aus-
tria y en la propia Rusia, o-
ln informes que han llegado
esta ciudad.
El movimiento clandestino te
lama a si mismo Alianza Ka-
clonal de Solidaridad Rusa, o
J.TS para abreviar, y tiene d-
tlulft secretas en la Ucrania, en
Rusia Carptica, la zona o-
riental de Alemania y en la au-
na sovitica de Austria.
El propsito que se ha fijis
6ste movimiento es el de derro-
car el rgimen comunista In-
citando al pueblo a una revuel-
ta general contra el primer mi-
nistro Stalin y el Politburo eel
remlin.
Aunque todava es relativa-
lente nuevo, el movimiento
landestlno es ahora lo sufi-
cientemente poderoso como pa-
ra llevar a cabo diariamente
trasmisiones de radio dirigidas
il mundo exterior, desde una
estacin clandestina de la "Ka-
Bia Libre" situada en algn lu-
gar detrs de la Cortina de
Herr.
En su primera trasmisin, la
radio de la Rusia Libre hizo p
blico en ruso y alemn que cu-
rezara una serie de programas
alarlos que duraran una Ivi-
r y que los mismos darian co-
lienzo el 19 de marzo.
Funcionarios de informacin
militar del gobierno, destacados
en esta capital, confirmaron
|con reservas que existia un mo-
rlmlento clandestino antlcomu-
lista de esta naturaleza, pero
rehusaron dar detalles por te-
Inior a poner en peligro a ios
lderes del mismo.
La primera trasmisin en on-
Ida corta eschuchada aqu e-
|cia que estaba haciendo pbli-
co un llamamiento de "los cuar
Iteles generales revolucionarios
Ide la Alianza Nacional de 3on-
Idaridad Rusa", dirigido a I.M
Irusos y a los alemanes por I-
|gual, para que apoyaran el mo-
vimiento anticomunjsta.
Agregaba que trasmitirla nia-
Iriamente tanto en ruso como
|cn alemn, en la banda de cuu-
enta y seis metros, en 0110.8
tcorta.
"El plan de la NTS pide que
Jlus Individuos hagan algo cou-
Itra los comunistas. Si alguien
demuestra estar dispuesto a 11c-
|var a cabo hazaas de esta cic-
le, automticamente toma su
puesto en la nueva 'organizu-
|cin molecular' de la NTS.
"El prximo paso ser la pre-
Iparacin de una revuelta ge-
liieral contra el rgimen de Sta-
llin", hicieron saber las tras-
Imlsiones-
La radio de la Rusia dijo >ue
Elo haba un medio de elimi-
nar el peligro comunista y el
Los trabajadores de Italia
no sabotearn rearme del pas
Por Leo J. Wollewborg
(NANA)
ROMA, Marzo ai (EPS)
"El sabotaje es un arma que
no usamos en nuestra lucha
contra el programa de rearme
del gobierno", dijo el seor Giu-
seppe di Vlttorlo, lder de la
Confederacin General Italiana
del Trabajo, dominada por los
comunistas y el dirigente obre-
ro ms destacado no slo de
Italia, sino de toda Europa.
Esta declaracin fue hecha
durante una entrevista exclu-
siva que dur cincuenta minu-
tos, concedida a la North Ame-
rican Newspaper Alliance. Fue
la primera entrevista del seor
Vlttorlo con periodistas norte-
americanos desde 1949. Y fue
concedida despus que di Vltto-
rlo hubo asistido a la primera
reunin del comit directivo
del Partido Comunista italiano
despus del regreso de Palmlro
Togliattl de Mosc.
"Nunca nos hemos opuesto,
en principio, a la ayuda nor-
teamericana y siempre recono-
cimos que dicha ayuda podra
desempear un papel impor-
mismo consista en una revo-
lucin en Rusia, llevada a ca.o
pur el propio pueblo "con la
l artlclpacin de todas las .a-
cionalldades subyugadas y la
iyuda de la humanidad libre".
"El pueblo ruso ha sido la
primera victima del comunun.o
y ha estado combatiendo con-
tra dicho rgimen desde su es-
tablecimiento hasta el da de
hoy", agreg. "La lucha pnttt,
el comunismo es una lucha pur
vuestra libertar, asi como pr
la nuestra".
La trasmisin termin con es-
te grito de combate:
"Abajo Stalin y sus secuaces!
Viva Alemania! Viva Rusia!"
tante en la recuperacin de Ita-
lia", dijo di Vlttorlo. "Pero
siempre insistimos en que no
se nos Impongan condiciones
polticas al prestrsenos la ayu-
da econmica y que los italia-
nos se sientan Ubres para usar
la misma del modo que ellos
crean que contribuye ms a
aumentar la produccin de Ita-
lia y a elevar el bajsimo ni-
vel de vida de las clases tra- Dai4c cora corlo
bajadoras de nuestro pais". al CUT
"Los mismos principios", si-
gui diciendo el lder obrero
italiano, "continan guindonos
ahora que el Plan Marshall se
ha convertido en el Programa
de Ayuda Militar a las Nacio-
nes del Atlntico. Cremos que
este programa es innecesario y
perjudica la economa Italiana.
Lo consideramos parte Inte-
grante de una poltica impues-
ta desde el exterior y, contraria
a los intereses italianos.
"Ninguna amenaza de agre-
sin procedente del e x t e rlor
Justifica el rearme Italiano",
continu diciendo di Vlttorlo,
"ni la consiguiente diversin de
los recursos disponibles para
las urgentes tareas civiles. Las
escuelas y los hospitales son
ms necesarias y tiles que los
-caones, tanto ms en un pas
como Italia que tiene un nivel
de vida tan bajo y cuya mejor
aportacin a la causa de la paz
DE
DESCUENTO
EN VESTIDOS DE BAO
IOOS 10 THI I
irme fu*
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Domingo antes del medioda del Jue-
ves, 22 de Marzo de 1951.
GRACIAS!
^~ SYLVANIA
PRODUCTOS FLUORESCENTES, S. A.
Va Eapaa No. 1 Tal. 3-0383
de la "ONU" en
el presente ao
LAKE SUCCESS, Marzo 21
(UP). La Asamblea General comunista.
ciar una paz en Corea.
Han pasado casi ocho sema-
nas desde que la Asamblea au-
toriz al Presidente de la mis-
ma, Nasrollah Entezam de Irn
para que encabezara el Comit
de Buenos Olidos que Intenta-
ra negociar el cese de hostili-
dades en Corea con la China
de las Naciones Unidas se reu-
nir hoy para ratificar a Pars
como la sede de la sesin de
1951, y se recibirn los informes
sobre los esfuerzos para nego-
tlene que ser hecha mediante
un mejoramiento en dicho ni-
vel de vida.
"Sobre todo, todo nuestro
pueblo quiere paz y una opor-
tunidad para ganarse la vida
decentemente. Por tanto, los
trabajadores italianos cunt-
nuarn ejerciendo presin para
que se utilicen ms completa-
mente los recursos Italianos y
se emplee en su totalidad el
potencial humano de Italia. Al
mismo tiempo, continuarn in-
sistiendo en que no deben y no
pueden perseguirse estos obje-
tivos mediante un programa de
rearme, sino mediante la ex-
pansin de la produccin para
fines pacficos y consumo ci-
vil", declar di Vlttorlo.
Aunque se sabe que el Comi-
t, que incluye a Sven Grafs-
tromb de 8uecla y el doctor
Luis Padilla ervo de Mxico ha
enviado varias comunicaciones
al rgimen de Pekn, no se ha
recibido ninguna contestacin,
y el Comit no ha informado
a la Asamblea sobre sus acti-
vidades.
Aunque en la oficina de En-
tezam se ha negado que ste
enviar tal reporte a la sesin
de hoy, otros miembros del Co-
mit de Buenos Oficios dijeron
que hay una tuerte corriente
en favor de que se informe hoy
a la Asamblea General.
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Bocas del Toro
512*-Rlr.rd. Carr.ll ^ft'',, ",,!.
332* Ellcer Caries J............V..*' Aun.' Herrera 18
5*2*Francisco Jos Espino ..... Gaarar, Ave. Herrera, i.
s^!_k',b''m.eV0*"n"" ........ Avenida Central
^tR.uil.lM:".u Monde.::::.. c..i. **%*%&
M-Vlclor J. Fhrez. Jr..................huarn * Ca
!_Colnn O. Lara V.................. David
Casa Ahf, 8. A.
.......... David
Z3E:n"-rJ..> iua-IUWr Ave. Tiv.l.i. a
7M-Elelsa O. de Bernal .....................Ave Per I
MMCilla Carrillo
772* Silvia d* H.qnee
782Pablo Duran
Agenda Tito
Caf Duren
I2MJuan B. Sanmartn
320 Aura Len
7IMPabia Duran......................... . E ~ ST
H32*Rosaura Zamora ........... Ave Justo Aroomena. 12.
S..20-Alfonso Rrid y Bey Mario Arosemena
no'2*Caro Flores ................... Avenida Central, 71.
X7M-Amlnla Duque de Valds J. ** Call *-
SS2B Adilla de Olmstcad ........ Box 1*5*. Curundu. C. Z.
^KMTS Marti. ^ ^'J-^,*^
5*2*iladyi Moras ............. Ministerio Ol
752*Hernando Marti'
7*2*James J. Ford
Consejo Municipal
Avenida Peru, 35.
Aproximaciones del Segundo Premio con las Dos Chimas cifras RADOS"
(421 Teresa de Oranser
422Catherine W. Filo
423Juan B McKay ......
(424Ramn R. Wong ... .
(425 Elseo Aranda ........
(421Carlos Calero M......
(427Angela A. de Vallejo
(42* I.outs A. Vogel .......
(429Agnes Helden Belch
Via Bellsarlo Parras, 3.
...... 14SS-D. Balboa, C. Z
, Calla Pedro A. Dias Na. 3
Urbanizacin "El Cangrejo"
....... Avenida l.efe\re. (5,
.......... Avenida Cuba, II.
. El Sitia de Juan Diaz, 21.
........... Las Cumbres. XI.
.. Caranda, C. X. (Box 152)
Aproximaciones del Secunde Premio ( orrexpon-
dientes a las Tres lltimas Cifras y Tres
Primeras: "UNA LAVADORA"
112*Humberto Vareare L. S. Francisco. Via JS Parras._l.
1(21Cornelio West ..........
1(22Juan Garca de Paredes
1(23R.th G. de Knapp ......
1*24 Resala de Blvas .......
|(2SJallo A. Bailaros ........
|*2( Ismsl Sandino ..........
K-7-Violeta PIJJott ...........
1(2* Maria Sara Games.......
0*28Carlos A. Crtsmatt ......
*(2SHercllla de Restrca* ....
3*2*Arrsriin Bena\ idea ......
4(2*Pablo F. Lomba .........
-.?Anulado
M28Jos Woirg .............
Calle 21 Maraen. 34.
......... Aduana Nacional
Ave. Ecuador. 1*. Apta. 3.
.... Calle 12 Este. No. IS.
........... Curunda. C. Z.
....... Avenida Aneen, M.
. Calle II Parque Lefevre
... Barriada V. Humase, .
.......... Netaria Tercera
......... Flix B. Maduro
. lana, Prev. de Veraguas
______ Chase National Bank
.......... Sedera Msramar
1*28Hvlda Pin* de Sandoval ......... Calle 3 Este, Na. 24)
928Julio A. Aldrete ................ Cervecera Nacionsl
IM-Mlaa Benches......................... Mlraflores 11*
72* Arturo Collantes ....... Justo Arosemena. 114 Apto
52( Zoila Ma. B. de Domlngue .... Casa Segura Social. 3.
42*Alejandro de la Cruz Agullar .... Call 13 O., Casa, S3.
32*Ebrara Sacha .......... Casa Foster. Ave. Ceotrsl II.
22* Ernesto Camocho............... AvaasMa A. Na. IS
I2SJanle Cambra ............San Franelac. da la t. aleta
M2S Po Guevara y Ellas lzate.................... C olea
*28Ins Ma Montero................... Ave tuba. M.
I72SFederico Humbert ......... Call i y J. M Cangrejo
1528Seaimo Milroll
S428Graciela de Cantoral ....
8328Josefa C. Vda. de Beraal
822*Pablo I Quintero........
7S2S Myrlsm Lopes .......... Via Blisario Parras. 1M.
742*Antonio Slbaustry Sien Bassan
72M-^lorge Mitas ........... .......
Maria luisa Ayala de Bios ....
7128Jaime Broce Espine......
28Mara Luisa Ayala de Bles
72SEstacin Antea ...........
C3M A Agrinla ................
328Harry E. Caen ............
(128Soledad M. Melcndes E.
M28Mary Watson .............
592XDelia Yuen
...... Via Espaa, 4*.
(alie 11 No. 1. S. Feo.
....... Cass del S. Soclsl
.. (.lie II No. 1 San Fee.
................. Antn
................... David
.......... Call M. Na. 2.
Calle 33 Este. No. 23
........... Apartado 3*3
(alie Dsrin. (. Apta, i
8128Nooml Chong
M28Fanla del Pilar Salas
7M8 Eulogio Vela ........
7*28 Bartolom Pascual ..
772*Debars de Leen
Ave. Ancn, 3. Apta. 2.
. Calle s Na. I*. Apto. 2
..... Cervecera Nacional
. Calle TI Este C S. 8.
........... Calle 1. No. *.
____ Vlllanuesa y Tejelra
... Santiago de Veraguas
C. A. Chapman
SMS M. L. de Ossa y V. M
S7MFrancisca Alsarado Jr.
S528Severmo Espino 8. .
5428Donaldo Davis .......
5328 Mara E. de Ospino
522*C. 8. Neville .......
312*Lenidas B. Paredes
M2SBerta Toledano ......
4*21Demetrio Martnez Jr.
Ossa I2IM A\e. Bolvar, Coln
............. Calle (a. 17.
................. .uarai
.....Parque Letevre, *2
......... Ave Ancn. I.
............ Balboa High!
..... Cervecera Nacional
.............. Calle 4.
Calla 7a. Na. 1*. S. Fea.
4*2Bal del Castilla ..
4728 Eneida O. Glll ........
4328Helen de Agulrre .....
4428Lacla l.avergne .......
4328Guillermo E. Quijano .
422*Felipe len .........
4*2* Blanca de Maldoaada .
3MXRasa de Ruis ........
3*MJos Zambrano .......
372*Maximino Garca 8. ...
SUSLilla Rodrigue/ .......
3428Enrique Koehnun -----
322SBolivar de Gracia ------
3128Jack Kamlnltli .......
:i*28Sllverio Vlllarreal Jr.
22Angela M. Morales H.
2521Ramiro A. Arango ...
232Cantera l-os Andas------
2228John Richards ........
2128Visques y Moran .....
2*1Silvia R Posada H. ..
Almirante, Bocas del Toro
........ Vlsts Hermosa. 27.
... Avenida Ecuador. 3*.
Calle 21 O. Na. 2 Apta 33.
............ Calle 12 Este.
............. Rio Absjo.
..... I alie Dmgo. Daz, 2.
..... Calle Darln. 4.
...... Estudiante, 1*2.
Calle T. No 1 "El Empalme"
.. Antonios lnna\acin
, Agencia Kaiser! ra/er
. Club *. Calle *a. No. *M
........ Bodega Tropical
.......... las Tablas
......... talle 43. No. 17.
... Calle Gerardo Ortega. 3.
. Carretera Boyd-Rooseselt
..... Box ll2*-Balbos. C. Z.
...... Dor Place Chorrera.
.......... Uceo de Seoritas
HH20Vicente Avendano M.
M2*Bay L. Chell ...........
120Bernardo Alfrez .......
9220Navidad Vllanova Jr. ...
9320Enrique I. Boyd........
9520Josefina B. de Gambolll
720Isabel Vsques .........
982*Enrique Toledo .........
92* Delfina D'Acosta .......
S2MFrancisco Alexander
1928Guillermo Bernal C. ....
1828Teodoro Alejandro Smith
1728Fermn than ............
1328laura de Carvajal .......
1428Luis A. Franelsrhl ......
1328Mercedes D. Treat .......
12MPalmira Sarasqueta .....
1128Flora R. vda. de Botello
928Cecilia de Azcarraga -----
0828Guillermo Quijano ......
0728 Vigima A. McKay
fl.-,;H_Vlrt<>rls Endara de Andrade
Nuevo Tlvoll. 14.
7*12 Melndez.' Coln.
........ Paltilla. Sl-A.
Almacn Vllanova. US
............... Calle 5*
8. Feo. de la Caleta, I.
... Avenida Ancn, 34.
.. Avenida Central, M.
.. Cervecera Nacional
.......... Puerto Armuelles
........ Kodak Panama Ltd.
.............. "1.a Victoria"
............ Sabanas. 4M
.'................ Ave. B. 17.
...... 73 Ave. Ancn, Api. 2
................. 33 Este, 24.
........... Sabanas 2137
............ Calle M, No. 38
..... Imprenta 1.a Mederna
Calle Real No. SC Chorrera.
Plaza Bolvar. 2.
M8^dc\ove^
22X-Gulllcrmo E. (Juljano ........ Imprenta La Moderna
1*28 Hilda Pino de Sandeval
2428Julio Plaza
428 Luis A. Vogel
primmione. sW Tercer Premio correspondiente, o U. Do. VHUna. cifra. "CN ,1 KCO OECVMTOS ^ ^^S",
Aproximaciones del Tercer Premio Correspon-
dientes a las Trea Primeras y Tres Ultimas
Cifras: "UNA MAOUINA DE COSER"
338 Lillian E. Gray ......
318 Frortal Garrida ....
2338 Aaptata S de Dias
338Francisco Chaek
7338Margarita de Prez
8338Pava Mndes .......
9338Samuel E. toiler .
33*Boherlo Bars... x.;
331Irma Leonor Agestlnl
332Csrmellna Jlmae* ..
333Dominga Ramire .
334Alfredo Flgueroa
13 Mercedes Acher Andrina ........... Avenida Ancn.
O-lJos Anlonle Maxa Ave. la y Calle 14 Paltilla
337Manarla Karkalechl. Ase Central. 133 F. Parifico'
331C H. Causean ............... Avenida Central. *
Chase National Bank Bel. C. Z.
............. Calle 44. Na. 3*
............... Via Espaa. 17
............. Bacas del Tare
........Pabla escalena. 4.
............... Office Service
.............. Bazar Nacional
................. El Carmen
.......... Calle 4* Este, No. 2
Avenida Obarrlo, 25.
Calle Carlos A. Mendoza. 44.
Avenida Cubs. 81
-Berta Bernasroal
138Silla da Garzn ......
138Jos Alvares I .......
MUGuillermo A. de Boux
**8Carlos A. Delvalle
*73Salarla B. de Chave*
838Joshua Wilton ........
M3S Isaac Blassrr .........
MU filil J Bodriguez ....
1138 Augusto N. Arjena ....
1238Francisco Algandena ..
1438Cecino A. Garagate ..
1138Antonio Garda C.....
IOSAna Garragn ........
173a Baby Van der Haas ..
1838Gil A. Sanche/ .......
2*38Daniel Cspedes A. ...
2131 Esperanza P. Wicham ..
2238Silvia Franelcane ......
2*38Juan Ventara .........
.. Avenida Ancn, M
____ Casa Sport, S. A.
..... Cala de Ahorros
Barrio Miradores, 12.
... Calle II Oeste, 1*.
..... Paaaaa Hospital
... Avenida Norte. 23
____ Calle IT Oeste. 7.
... Calle 31 E. Na. 1*
... Estrella de Panasx
. Estrella de Panass
. Avenida Central. 41
. Avenida Ancn. M.
............. Calle 34.
.... Calle 43. No. 2.
... Avenida Narte. 13
............. Curund
........ Calle 45, No. 22.
Apartada 1*43 ( l'-n
253 Msrts Mir
Calle Sa. Na. I*
MsSCamilo Fhreg. ............. ;,. --.....v..tS>*g
2738-Henalnda L. de Jackson Bo '"M"Yt*rrBaI_
2S3S-Tulla P. de Rodrgaos y C. R. Rodrguez J'* E*P*Aa
23*_Lia. Yd Lao Calle 2.^ **- J'S^
TSZEan*JacE. Nieta *"'"f "'
3738-MarlU de Marciack .................. Ca *> {< J
St^STlT 2i -Tee"/. W Si ^H
MStOearge A Smith ....... Bex 2M. Pedro Miguel. C. Z.
4*38Rosarlo
4138Maria Z
4238 Leopoldo Cordero i,................ Tarrosa
443a Miguel Gonzlez ..........:"- )*g1,J
4538-J.K B Pagan Ble Abaja. 1* Panam st^P.
4*38Dudley M. Lindo ...............i-.ru i? tanate W
473*alemos Daz Barahona ........... l
V SBlltn a>, 3M. Wr.iK.,Nt. a.
r a. --''"....... Calle 1. No. .
t&SSTi":::::::.......*~s-=L12:
4838Elisa de Walfchoon
3*38Magdalena K. de Soils ..
5138Guillermina Jump de Rice
523* Elosa A. de Kelleraaan
543SAaael M. Jan Jr.........
5538Jess Mara Marn .......
571*Anbal O. Pastor .........
5*38 Harmony W. Kllnie ......
583*Matilde A. de la Guardia
SMt Viciarte Cesxarelll .....
M38Francisca Gonzlez Rulz
SIS Janala (arrizo ...
438Celestino Ras .....
238 Bosarto J. de Corles
eSSSAliara Du Salre ........
83*Elvira Brava de Sacre .
M38Amrica Agullar
7*38 Manare! M. Tejada Mora
713*Maria Teresa Lake .....
7438A. Peres Venero ........
Pueblo Nuevo Casa 4*52
Calle M. No. 23. Apto. S.
___ Calle 3a. S Fro
Aeropuerto de Patilla. 1M
. Casa Standard OH. S. A
....... Santiago Veraguas
....... Joyera "Pastor"
........ P. O. M7 Ancn
............. Calle 5* Este
......... Carraaqallla. 45*
......... Oc. Herrers
Calle Estudiante. 12*. Ce. 1*.
...... Calle 4a. Ne M.
........... Smoot y Paredes
........ Calle la. Perejil. 4.
........ Pan ideal
.... San rea.. 13. No. 24
Via B. Porras. Casa Kills
............ Apartada 39
7538Ernesto H Eabrega Jr.
7*38Anselmo lastro
7838Juan B. Amegllo B.
7938Ricardo (llltarea ...
X038Alberto Marline
8138Eduardo Arosemena
8238Jorge Davis .. -
8438Roberto Garcia M.
8S38Flora Hincapi
Calle 33. Ne. M.
Cantera Coronel
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre, 4S
....... (alie 14 lite. 78
. Avenida Ancn. 17.
8. Fea. alie 12. No. 28
...... Panam-Amrica
,... Calle Estudiante. 91.
Plaza Arango, i.
8S38Flors Hincapi ................ Santlage
838 Dolores de Lesas ..............r.ii. i* Na 8 Fee
,;sg_oiurla Mollea ................ y Uta Hrrsssss **f
.MXManuel Sllvera ................... "" """"!.."5
8838
8938Juan Luis Muoz
9138___Carlos Raul Morales
238E. Kennerfl
MSSSimona l.evs ......
538 Eufemia de Payne
9*38Julin Menender
,7r,S_Olimpia de Veliz
9*38George Collins M. .
Dssid
......Calle B Notice del Javllle
Bax 221 Pedro Miguel. C. Z.
Ave. Jaste Arosemena. Na. M
...... Kadak Panama Ltd.
.............. Ave. Central. 138
..........Avenida a. M
Ne. 2*M. Calle It-A Bia Abaja
.. Apartsao losa lows si. ib nnsssnsn sriaa oa.*- ........ ------- _, .
Lo. ganadores de I. Cifra 0 pueden reclamar con su boleto en la oficina de la LUCKY STRIKE, situad, en la CaHe Juan B. ^a No. 21.


PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 11, 1M!
Coin |) I ola desorganizacin se
.registra en los trabajos del
lamino Ro Rita a Portobelo
, COLON, Marzo 21 (RCS).
Completa desorganizacin se re-
gistra en la construccin de la
va "Rio; Rtta-Portobelo", lugar
donde el Gobierno nacional In-
vierte gran suma de dinero. In-
forme obtenido por este corres-
ponsal Indican que los trabajos
que actualmente realiza el De-
partamento de Obras Pblicas,
en la carretera que se Inici en
Ro Rita, carretera transistmi-
ca. con destino a Portobelo se
encuentra como un barco a .a
deriva.
Es de lamentar que los tracto-
res "D-4". que hace aproxima-
damente dos meses Iniciaron el
corte de la proyectada via, no
bayan trabajado desde su co-
mienzo hasta la fecha ocho no-
tas en total.
Tambin se nos inform que
ha sido nombrado en dicho lu-
gar un jefe de obra pero que a
este seor nadie lo conoce por
que por all no se presenta. To-
dos estos datos desdice mucho
de la Irresponsabilidad que pe-
sa por los que hoy tienen a su
cargo la construccin de la ca-
rretera a Portobelo. Actualmen-
te nuestro Ooblerno se queia
de la mala situacin fiscal por
la cual atraviesa la Repblica,
pero lo cierto es que esta ano-
mala debe corregirse, donde al
parecer extranjeros son los que
se benefician.
La ciudadana colonense espe-
ra que el seor ingeniero Celso
Carbonell, Ministro de Obras P-
blicas, tome las medidas condu-
centes para que ponga fin a es-
ta desastroza situacin.
Completamente a oscuras se
halla el pueblo de Ro Hato
RIO HATO, marzo 20. (Co-
rresponsal). Completamente
a oscuras est el pueblo de Rio
Hato desde hace una semana
sin saberse hasta la fecha la
causa por la cual la Panam
Elctrica, compaa encargada
de prestar este servicio, no ha
hecho las diligencias del caso
para arreglar la planta que su-
ministra energa al pueblo. Bien
sabido es el perjuicio que se
est causando ya a toda la
comunidad. A ms de que ha
habido necesidad de volver a
las lamparltas de keroslne, no
funcionan tampoco las pilado-
ras de arroz, las mquinas en
las panaderas, los motores de
extraer agua de los pozos arte-
sianos (hay que hacer notar
que de stos depende el buen
funcionamiento de acueductos
particulares, las planchas, ra-
dios, refrigeradoras, etc. Pen-
Puente de Alanje
se encuentra en
malas condiciones
DAVID, marzo 20 de 1951.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
El puente "del tnel" en el
Distrito de .Alanje, se encuen-
tra en malas condiciones. Va-
rios vecinos del lugar se han
dirigido a los empleados de ca-
minos en solicitud de su arre-
glo. La importancia de este
I puente consiste en que se ha-
' ce necesario para comunicacin
- terrestre con el Distrito de A-
, lanje y esta via se usa fre-
; cuentemente. principalmente en
esta poca de verano.
Corresponsal.
f r--------------------------------------------
:< Menor de edad era
el Secretario del
I Concejo de Pocr
POCRI, marzo 20 de 1951.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
I Deseo publique en su ledo
diarlo, que Hernn Rivera, ac-
rtual secretarlo del Consejo del
> Distrito de Pocr es menor de
i! edad, por tal razn, Consejo
Municipal nombrara nuevo se-
cretarlo y declara nulo todo lo
, actuado por l. Informo a usted
para legal informacin intere-
sados no tergiversen disposicio-
nes legales deben cumplirse. A-
' lentamente,
Donatila Vergara, Alcalde
samos que el problema es gra-
ve y de all que solicitemos al
seor Gerente General de la
Compaa que Intervenga en
este asunto para que el servi-
cio se normalice a la mayor
brevedad.
An no se le ha
notificado al
Inspector Salas
LOS SANTOS, marzo 21.
Se ha sabido que el Minister; >
de Educacin an no ha noti-
ficado al inspector Eligi Salas,
ce que el Ejecutivo ha resucito,
por medio de Decreto restituir-
lo en su cargo. En esa forma se
considera que solo ha sido cum-
plido a medias lo dispuesto por
el Decreto.
Ha causado extraeza qoe
an no se le haya extendido
esa notificacin al seor Salas.
Una aclaracin
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
En edicin de su peridico del
16 de los corrientes en la pgi-
na La Voz del Interior, apare-
ce fotografa de locomotora
nmero cuatro, ferrocarril Nal.
de ChirlquL Debo aclararle di-
cha locomotora no fue adquiri-
da recientemente como apare-
ce en leyenda al pie de la fo-
tografa sino es 1936. Esta loco-
motora fue reparada y puesta
nuevamente en servicio el ao-
pasado. Atentamente,
Estenoz Carril.
De 103 aos muri
Roberto Harkin en
Palmas Bellas hoy
COLON, marzo 21. (RCS). _
Falleci en la'poblacin de Pal-
mas Bellas el seor Roberto
Harkin (ai Jinkln, como cari-
osamente se le llamaba.
Segn los datos obtenidos, el
aludido seor falleci a los 103
aos de edad, considerado co-
mo la persona que ms edad
haya alcanzado en la Costa
Abajo Gran condolencia ha
causado en la regin costea
a muerte del mencionado seor.
'.ea "El Aviso Opo^uno*
V/ MCHALA
Mldr para GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, y ARICA, Chile
el 26 de Marzo.
Acepta carga general.
TROPICAL FRUIT CO., S. A.
111 Terminal Bldg. Balboa, C.Z.
Ael. 2-3537
INAUGURACIN DE UNA CARRETERA.El Presidente de la Repblica inaugura la carre-
tera de Chitr a Pes, en presencia de la Reina de la Caa de Ascar, seorita Nilsa Prime-
ra, y de numerosos vecinos de Pes.___________________________
_mi.O DE ANCIANOS DE DAVID. Vista del bello edificio que sirve para Asilo de Ancianos
en la Ciudad de David, obra que fu realisada totalmente por la actual administracin.
A Los Santos han
llegado miles
de visitantes
LOS SANTOS, marzo 21.
Verdadero fervor y la pre-
sencia de miles de visitantes se
desarrollan las ceremonias re-
ligiosas de Semana Santa en
esta poblacin, que revisten co-
mo en ningn otro lugar de
la Repblica singular esplen-
dor.
La procesin del Domingo de
Ramos conmemorativa de la
entrada triunfal de Jess a Je-
rusaln revisti gran solemni-
dad y estuvo llena de colorido,
con las calles del poblado al-
fombradas de flores para que
pleura sobre ellas la borrica que
conduela a Jess Triunfante.
Hoy Mircoles Santo saldr
la procesin del Nazareno con
la cruz a cuestas, bella y ve-
neradas imagen obra del escul-
tor santeo ya desaparecido
Manuel B e r r a z. La familia
Quintero Alfaro, devota de la
preciosa Imagen, le ha confec-
cionado para esta ocasin una
lujosa tnica y loe ramos que
adornarn la Imponente anda.
Las ceremonias religiosas cul-
minan con la procesin del
Viernes Santo de una magnifi-
cencia sin paralelo. Esta vez los
cantos litrgicos sern acompa-
ados por el famoso violinista
santeo Tobias Plicet y algunos
msicos de su Conjunto Rtmi-
co.
Como ya se ha anunciado por
la prensa, dicho conjunto de
fama internacional amenizar
un gran tambor de orden que
un grupo de santeos ha or-
ganizado para el Sbado de
Gloria. Este baile, al cual que-
dan Invitados los miembros de
la culta sociedad hermana y
santea, asi como tambin to-
dos los simpatizadores de la
Villa de Los Santos que anual-
mente se dan cita en la his-
trica poblacin para presen-
NORMAS
Loa Corresponsales deber*!
ceirse a latt m_ desapasiona
das nor_NM periodsticas. Debei
enviar al peridico lea asunto
j noticias ms interesantes qu
afecten a la comunidad. En h
soluto ge trata de uaa o porta
nldad para hacer determinada
campaas politics*.
CORRESPONSALES
9AXIEM
I.AS PALMAStMgunao GoUerr.i i.
EL REALre. OeSuHa Oeatrerae
PROVINCIA DE CHIKIOUI
DAVID -tioiuvo Aliando a.
PTU. AKMUL'LLBS- Lu. art.
UOllUETEEnri4.ua Wetaoa
LAS LAJAS- -Ameee eaarera
DO LEG AAlternada Sagrara
CERRO DI PUNTABaalrli Mir.no.
Cabal
LA CONCEPCIN Lula A Oaaa
SAN FELIX-Demetria Sarai
GUALACATeealalorlae Paitac
HOIK ONTIOt 8ar. V fuaaeet
BOQUERN Antonio Bloa
l'OLKkieJ Saataaaarla At.
SAN ANDRES rauanc Mma*
COCUI
PFNONOMEanaaoa U Oaa.
ACUADULca Roralk. toWee rala
ANTON-Anualo J. Jate
NATA Juan da D- Veeqaee
LA PINTADAGerardo BeeaeBSea a
OLAOr.iimo Goaaea
RIO GRANDEJe** da Graaae ".
O*
RIO RATOl'araao lnlrta
POCaJ A. Coraaja
VERAGUAS
RIO DE JESUaV-raawi Bola*
LAS PALMAbCdaai Cordilla
CA9*ZAS--Pedro J. Hera
"AI.I KRK-Hlguai Gomtle
ATALAYAamdtl Pin,6o
SAN FRANCISCOElle Arrocha P.
SANTA FEJoaqalr, Carola (Vermiea,
LO* SANTO
LA VILLA Dk LOS /iN ios PTasam
Calderos O.
CHITRERa_*a Perelra
LAS MINA! Epidoidee Qateaeee
EL <,ARAFI9TlTLO Jaete VUle-ee
(Loe Saetea
CJANGO Donaetano Maaeaee
I \ alAKIA Rlraimr Rotlee
M A CARACAS Aquilino Moraac a
PAR1TA Leopoldo Aieaaae
rONOSIJna'inl MoaaMra
ciar su Semana Santa tradi-
cional, se efectuar en el am-
plio gimnasio de la escuela. .
La biblioteca de
Santiago est
desarrollndose
El comit pro-Biblioteca de
Santiago est desarrollando la-
bor fructfera en esa comuni-
dad. Gracias a su entusiasmo
se consigui la suma de B. 58.00
por contribuciones del Comercio
de la Placita y del pblico y
se ha acondicionado dentro de
la Biblioteca .magnifico escena-
rlo donde se llevar a cabo In-
tensa labor recreativa y cultu-
ral, bajo la direccin de la Bi-
blioteca de ese lugar. Tanto el
Director de la Escuela Normal,
profesor Vicente Bayard, como
el Inspector Provincial de Edu-
cacin, seor Eduardo Reyes,
tambin han prestado valiosa
cooperacin para la realizacin
de las actividades del comit
pro-Biblioteca por lo que esta
entidad expresa a ellos su ms
vivo agradecimiento.
Panam, marzo 20 de 1861.
Bexie Rodrguez
ser objeto de
simptico agasajo
Bexle Rodriguez, la bella can-
dldata por Chitr al Reinado
de Azuero, ser objeto de un
homenaje de parte de la activa
Sociedad Cvica "Chitr en
Marcha", el Sbado de Gloria.
Dicho homenaje consistir en
un magnifico baile, que en be-
neficio de su candidatura, se
llevar a cabo en los salones
de la Confederacin de Aso-
ciaciones Cvicas Interioranas,
en los altos de La Nueva Cam-
pana. Para este baile existe
gran animacin entre los sim-
patizadores de la candidata ho-
menajeada, lo mismo que en-
tre los chltreanos y amigos de
Chitr.
Con motivo de la llegada acl
Dr. Francisco Samanlego, proce-
dente de Caracas con el fin de
dirigir la Jira Mdlco-Aslstn-
cial que se efectuar en el pr-
ximo mes de Abril en la Pro-
vincia de Herrera, La Confede-
racin de Asociaciones Cvicas
Interioranas ha acordado ofre-
cer un clido recibimiento, co-
mo demostracin de aprecio al
distinguido galeno nacional.
Para organtaar este acto la
Confederacin ha considerado
1 gran labor realizada por el
.. lluatre galeno el ao pasao
en la Provincia de Los Santos,
p la cual dedic ms de un me;
de continua labor de asistencia
mdica, y la que reallaar este
ao en la Provincia de Herr;a
con los auspicios de la Federa-
cin Santea y Hermana.
La Confederacin, por tal mo-
tivo, exhorta a todas las as-
olaciones afillades, a las enti-
dades fraternales y a la ciuda-
dana en general para que fc<
una a esta demostracin de a
precio y respalden con todo Ir.-
teres las actividades que cn
tal propsito se realicen.
Cada sociedad afiliada pue-
de nombrar su propio comit,
para que, unido al Comit Cen-
tral de la Confederacin lm*
pulsen este recibimiento.
Programa de la
Semana Santa
en Los Santos
Programa de los oficios de la
Semana Santa de 1951, parro-
quia de Los Santos:
Viernes de Dolores
7 a.m.Misa cantada en ho-
nor de Nuestra Seora de los
Dolores.
7 p.m.# Procesin solemne
y cntico de despedida a cargo
de un grupo de seoritas.
Sbado de Ramea
8 p.m. Rosarlo cantado en
la Plaza de Jess.
Domingo de Ramo*
8 a.m. Misa rezada.
9 y 30 a.m. Bendicin de
palmas y misa solemne.
4 y 30 p.m. 8olemne pro-
cesin de Jess Triunfante.
Lunes Saato
8 a.m. Misa de Comunin
a 'las 9 Misa Parroquial.
8 p.m. Solemne procesin
de Jess Orando en el Huerto.
Martes Santo
8 p.m. Solemne procesin
de la Sentencia de Pilatos.
Mircoles Santo
8 p.m. Solemne procesin
de Jess con la Cruz a cuestas.
Via Crucls cantado. Sermn a-
lusivo al encuentro de Jess y
la Santsima Virgen.
Jueves Santo
7 ajn. Comunin.
9 y 30 a.m. Misa solemne
y procesin al 8anto Monu-
mento.
3 p.m. Lavatorio de pies y
oficios de tinieblas.
7 p.m. Estaciones al Santo
Monumento.
Viernes Santo
8 a.m. Misa de Plantifi-
cados, a continuacin adora-
cin de la Santa Cruz.
3 p.m. Oficios de Tinieblas.
8 p.m. Sermn del Descen-
dimiento y solemne procesin
del entierro de Jess.
Sbado Santo
7 a.m. Bendicin del fue-
go. Lectura de Profecas. Ben-
dicin del Cirio Pascual. Consa-
gracin de la Pila Bautismal.
Letanas y Misa de Gloria.
Domingo de Patena
4 y 30 a.m. Misa de Re-
surreccin. Procesin del San-
tsimo Sacramento y seguida-
mente Procesin del Seor Re-
sucitado.
El Prroco y la junt* pro-
Semana Santa invitan cordial-
mente a los catlicos a tomar
parte en todos los actos de la
Semana Santa.
La rsente, fotografa corresponde al edificio de la Unidad
Sanitaria de Chopo, captada per la cmara Kodak de imeetro
cofrospoasal j tae orxiasa-iente ser inaugurada gracias al
osfaorso de an grape de bueno*, chepanos en sa lacha per
las saejoras de ta pueblo natal. Obras como ceta merecen el
estmalo y las felicitaciones da U comunidad.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
1 r i 1 f-1 17T tr
12 3
U 16
IT |18 lit
21 M
tml 28 29 30
31 32 . 36
36 37 sr
38 40 41 42 ^1
i1 W 48 8Cl 9r> 60
52 83 54
55 56
57 IT AI igia. 59
1Ri HC y d >izo: b Fri ES: udad ara (1 verbo militar.
6Hijo de No.
9Ocano.
12-Infrtil.
13Continente.
15Emblemas.
16Sitios cerrados y cubiertos.
17Nombre de mujer.
18 Medida antigua de longitud
30Agarrar.
21Lisa, sin desniveles.
23Accin de ir.
25Nombre de mujer, Inv.
27Caprichoso, que tiene
maas.
30Nombre de mujer.
31EeterUla.
34Capital europea.
38 Duea.
37Implementos agrcolas.
39------Del verbo ser.
41rbol de Venezuela.
42Desinencia de los quebra-
dos, PL
46Sorteo.
48 Demostrativo
50Antiguo rey de Hungra.
51Poner lmites.
53ercera parte del adarme.
55Que carece de acento.
56Demente.
57Gorra militar.
58Preposicin.
59Desabridos.
VERTICALES:
1Hueso del pmulo.
2Nombre de mujer.
3El buen ladrn.
4Nombre femenino.
5Sin sabor.
6Parte del casco de los
buques.
7Propietario.
10Piedra semlpreclosa.
11Igualdad de nivel.
14Igual al 21 horizontal.
19Criadera.
22Del verbo amar.
24Cocinados en teco.
26Igual al 11 vertical.
28Amarra.
29Autillo.
31Valle espaol.
32Jubilado.
33Plataformas de madera.
35Demostrativo.
SA-Orillas al borde de las
calles.
40Prximo, contiguo.
43Del verbo ir.
44Defuncin.
48Te cures.
47Del verbo pitar, Inv.
49Monte de Grecia.
ilDios romano del hogar.
52rbol leguminoso.
54Metal precioso.
SOLUCIN 01 ATER
B_nu>] nay0ga,?^
in ii-

OT|flRHIlll.._B.E1
REUNION DE ACCIONISTAS
Se cita a lot accionlataa de la Destilera Cantral,
i.A., a la Asamblea General anual que ha de celebrarte
I dig 5 de Abril de 1951 en las oficinas de la Compa.
Ak en Avenida Norte No. 70 a lat 8 p.m.
Se considerarn let siguientes puntot:
1Discusin del Balance General al 31 de
Diciembre de 1950.
2Eleccin de nuevos directores.
DESTILERA CENTRAL, S.A.
Anbal Tribaldos
Secretario
-
Haga sus Vacaciones de Semana Santa
Completas y Econmicas
SARDINAS ea tomate y aceite a Oc.
CEBOLLA ................a fk.
MANTECA Ib............a 34c.
SALMON ................. 27c.
TUNA .................... 30c.
PASTA DE TOMATE "MATINA"
a 20c.
BACALAO................a 33c.
PAPAS ..................a 8c.
MANTEQUILLA FINA HOY 70c.
AVENA ESPECIAL......a 23c.
QANOA HERRAMIENTAS
DESTORNILLADORES......a 10c.
SBADO Y LUNES:
DAS ESPECIALES!
PARA HOMBRES:
GUAYABERAS Rebajada a 1.99
PARA SEORAS:
PANTIES XX.............a He
PARA EL VIERNES SANTO
VELAS ...................I 5c
SRTASE DE TODO EN L
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MIRCOLES. MARZ i 21, 19S1
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r\edaccln Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-1.
HORAS: l:H a II:H a.sn.
Apartado 134
Towel Shower
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la Srta. Nora Soja
quien contraer matrimonio
\ oxlir.amente con el Sr. Ramo'.)
Alberto Vallarlno, la Sra- Be-ha
Fernndez de Correa y la Srtu
Ule Brld ofrecieron ayer \m
Towel Shower en la residencia
de la 8ra. de Correa, al cual a-
s.stl un gran nmero de ami-
gas dt la agasajada.
Pateo a Taboca
El Sr. Irving Bennett y Sra
Ivonne Novey de Bennet ofre-
cieron hoy un paseo a Taboca
para agasajar a un grupo inti-
mo de sus amistades.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuastrai ms sinceras felici-
taciones para l'H. D. Ral A-
rango y Sra. Rita Oasteazoro
dt Arango, por celebrar en es-
ta fecha el aniversario de su
matrimonio.
Participaciones de Matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
del matrimonio de la 8rta- Al-
bertina del Carmen Trevia. Li-
ja de don Silvio A. Trevia y
Sra. Mercedes l*sso de Trevia
con el caballero Carlos Enrique
Morales, hijo de don Carlos S.
Morales y Sra. Emilia Leforl de
Morales, acto que tendr lug>r
el dia 7 de Abril a las 8 p.m
en la Catedral de la Inmacula-
da Concepcin de Coln.
Para Argentina
Despedimos muy atentamen-
te al joven Ricaurte Rivera
hijo, quien sigui para Buei.os
Aires. Argentina, a continua;
sus estudios de medeina.
Para Costa Rica
Siguieron para Costa Rica a
pasar la Semana Santa el Sr.
Moiss Henriquez, Cardse y
Sra. Edna de la Ossa de Hen-
riquez acompaados de su hija
Marlene Edna-
Un feliz viaje deseamos a ios
Sres. Monty Basso, Roberto To-
ledano y Geoffrey Osorlo, quie-
nes por la via area sgale; un
para San Jos de Costa Rita-
Para Costa Rica y Mxico
un grato paseo deseamos a
Ig bra. Manuela C. de Pariente
aenz, a la Srta. Librada Cas-
ullero y al Joven Daniel Castl-
Lero, quienes siguieron para
Costa nica y Mexico en viaje
oe placer.
Para David
biguieron para David a pa-
sar varios cuas, el br. Samuel
Lewis y Sra. Lupita C. de Lewis,
Dr. J- J. Vailanno y Sra. Isa-
bel E. de Vallarlno, 8r. Juan
Navarro y Sra. Gabriela O. a
Navarro y las Sras, Adela C. de
bosa y Mana taiman.
De Caracas
Presentamos nuestro atcn'.c
saludo de bienvenida al ingeaie -
io chileno Sr. talo Alvaro Coa-
jonani, quien procedente ne Cu-
racas se encuentra en Panan.u
Viene el Sr. Consonanl a con-
traer matrimonio con la srw
I.oida Vieto Grimaldo.
..De Medellin
Huspedes del Hotel El Pana-
m se encuentran en esta ciu-
dad el Sr. Pablo Echevarra }
Sra., a quien damos nuestra
ms cordial bienvenida.
De David
Despus de una corta per-
manencia en David se encuen-
tra nuevamente en Panama lo
Srta. Julieta Isabel Barraza. La
saludamos.
Advenimiento*
Hasta Boston, lugar donde
esiden, enviamos nuestras fe-
licitaciones al Sr Ralph Pope
y Sra. Tnelma Morlaes de Pope
por el feliz arribo de una pre-
ciosa nllta.
Se encuentra de plcemes c!
hogar del Br. Joseph Mahcr y
Era. Gabriela Barrios de Malnr
con la llegada de un varoncilo
ocurrida con toda felicidad a-
yer en la Clnica San Fernan-
do. Nuestras felicitaciones pa-
ra los dichosos padres.
Felicitamos al Sr. Marcas
ngel y Sra. Ester de ngel por
ei advenimiento de una nimia
en la Clnica San Fernando.
Enfermos
Guarda cama en su residencia
la Sra. Gloria A-^de Bscoffen ,
a quien deseamos una rpida
y completa mejora.
Formulamos votos por el
pronto restablecimiento de la
Sra. Alga Cowes de Verc.a,
quien se encuentra sufriendo
quebrantos de salud en su i-
sldencia. '
Restablecida
Complacidos anotamos el resta-
oiectmlento de la Sra. Juana B.
de Benedettl quien se encuen-
tia nuevamente en su residen-
cia despus de haber sido so-
metida a inervencln quirrgi-
ca en San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Dr. Alfonso Preciado
Dr. A. V- Martinelli
Joven Ricardo Ernesto Soto
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Leticia Lpez de Valla
rio
... para /lios y /lias
Seleccionado Surtido de
ROPA DE VERANO
Overoles
Peda! Pushers
Guayaberas
Mamelucos
Falditas
Bao
Combinacio-
nes de playa
(Sun Suits)
Y toda npita dt Sport y de Vstir qua su nio
ntctsita para diario, /uefo y posee.
2
tnoc
El Almacnale lo Ntifas u; >am lo Ntrtbs
1
El Almacn die los Nios y para los Nios
Avenida Central 74
Sra. Marcela Martn de Afro-
cha Oraell
Dr. Juan O. Daz L.
Participacin de Matrimonio
Estn circulando las invita-
ciones para ei matrimonio de
la Seorita Rita Jimnez, l.ij.1
de don Joaqun Jimnez, y de/ia
Aminta E. de Jimnez y el ca-
ballero Docto; Auguosto Ramos
el 31 de Marzo a las ocho le-
la noche en la Capilla de Cris:.
Rey.
Advenimiento
El hogar de nuestro buen ami-
go don Gustavo Haayen y doa
Vllma de Haayen se encuentra
bendito y alegrado con la lle-
gada de Nedelkha Cecilia. Los
felicitamos con todo cario.
De Venezuela
Procedente de Caracas, Vene-
zuela, se encuentra en la ciu-
dad don talo Alvaro Conzonanl,
caballero distinguido de Chile,
quien permanecer aqu de visi-
ta varios das Nos es muy grato
saludarlo.
Drsticas medidas
contempla tomar
el gobierno galo
PARIS, mar/o 21. (UP). El
Gabinete Francs se reuni en
sesin extraordinaria anoche y
conlder brevemente las "medi-
das a tomar" con motivo de la
huelga de obreros del transpor-
te, a la que los dirigentes obre-
ros han ordenado que se unan
los trabajadores de las empre-
sas de electricidad y gas.
El Gabinete acord reunirse
nuevamente maana en la ma-
ana. Las autoridades no sa-
ban de momento cuntos tra-
bajadores de las empresas de
electricidad han abandonado sus
labores pero dijeron que se res-
pondi generalmente al llama-
miento a la huelga, especial-
mente en las empresas de gas.
Se espera que la huelga surta
poco efecto en los servicios de
gas y eelctrlcldad maana por
la maana cuando empiecen las
horas de mayor consumo. Se es-
pera, que al igual que el ao
pasado, el Gobierno proceda a
Incautarse del as plantas, re-
quise a los obreros claves, y
mantenga las necesidades mini-
mas del servicio.
BRIN Y ARIAS EN WASHINGTON. A la derecha, el Dr.
Carlos Brin, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Panam,
acompaado por el Sr. Don Ricardo Arlas E, Ministro de
Agricultura, Comercio e Industrias, a su llegada a Miami ayer
en la maana a bordo del Interamerlcano. Los funcionarios
panameos siguieron inmediatamente vara Washington en
donde tomarn parte en la Conferencia de Cancilleres
Americanos.
(Foto Cortesa de Panagra
Los periodistas con "Harvey"
Los chicos de la Prensa logran lo que nadie. Eso lo demues-
tran al retratarse con "Harvey" (porque han de saber que "Har-
vey" es un conejo Invisible).
Sonrisas de complacencia lucen encantados los chicos y chi-
cas periodistas al salir de la "preview" especial qne para ellos
prepar la Gerencia del Teatro Lux y "Harvey" es el causante de
tanto regocijo.
No ser difcil a los lectores separar las populares caras de
la Sra. Panchita de Moreno, la Sra. de Jacinto Fuentes, la Dra.
Concha Pea, Guillermo R. Valds, Tito Alba, Carlos Barba, Al-
fredo de St. Malo, Mario Augusto, Prof. Julio Pinilla, Enrique
Ruis Vernacci, Lino Tipo y otros conocidos redactores.
Como a los de la Prensa, "Harvey" ha de encantar al pbli-
co capitalino que ha de presenciar sus presentaciones en los Tea-
tros Lux y Cecilia desde maana Jueves.
Podrn visitarse t
los detenidos el
Domingo prximo
El comisionado de Correccin,
seor Antonio Donado M., in-
forma por este medio a los fa-
miliares o amigos de los de-
tenidos que se encuentren re-
cluidos en la Crcel Modelo.
que el domingo 25 de los co-
rrientes se les permitir la en-
trada, sin el permiso regla-
mentario que se acostumbra;
las horas de visita para ese
dia sern de 9 11 y de 2
4 p.m.
Antonio Donato,
Comisionado de Correccin
Se fumiga ahora
en el Chorrillo
Hol se estaban fumigando Us
ltimos patios y calles del Cho-
rrillo en la campaa de limpie-
za de la ciudad.
Los ltimos procesos de esta
campaa era la fumigador.,
que ha incluido los barrios ce
Maran y Chorrillo.
Faltan dos riegues ms y el tra-
bajo te finalizar por los al.e-
dedores de Las Bvedas.
Esta campaa que comento
el mes de Febrero, ha sido pre-
cedida de la recoleccin de triu-
tua viejos en patios, balcones y
ayudando a las familias a a>j*-
centar sus casas por la elimina-
cin de las cosas inservibles.
Tienen esperanzas
de un acuerdo de
los cuatro grandes
PARIS, Marzo 21 (UP)-
Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaa
y Francia, todava tienen es-
peranzas de llegar a un acuer-
do sobre la Agenda para los
Cancilleres d los Cu%tro Gran-
des, pero se muestran escpti-
cos sobre si esa conferencia no
El Calvario de una Madre ser
estrenada maana en Eldorado
"El Calvarlo de una Madre",
la pelicula que estrenar e.
Teatro Eldorado, maflf.n. es
una nueva version de "Madre
Querldn". la produccin que
mejor ac? id a tuvo en los p-
blicos c'e toda Amrica. Eldo-
rado la ha seleccionado para
'la Semana Santa, como un
tributo en estos das recogi-
miento espiritual, para que to-
dos los hijos rindan el home-
naje del amor santo que guar-
dan en el altar de* su corazn
para quien les diera el ser.
Quin, no ha recordado con
ser otra cosa que una batalla
propagandista.
Los delegados de los Cuatro
Cancilleres se reunirn hoy tar-
de y esperan que la reunin
de hoy sea ms productiva que
la de ayer, durante la cual se
mencion muy poco la Agenda.
amor los santos sacrificios qua
hiciera la madre? Quin ignora
que los corazones de nuesti/aa
madres sangraron por nosotros?
La historia de "El Calvarlo da
una Madre", e.il a ms huma-
na y emotiva de todas las fil-
madas, y constituye un ejem-
plo para todos, porque todos
somos hijos. Una pelicula quo
hay que ver, y recomendar, por-
que contribuye a fortalecer la
nica e inconmovible columna,
de nuestra sociedad: que es la,
Madre. Santa palabra que nos
une a todos en la emocin, en
la virtud y en el bien.
Es una pelicula que se re-
comienda sola, y que, ser sin
duda, otro xito de Eldorado,
por el acierto de haberla se-
leccionado para su exhibicin
en la Semana Santa:
SIEMPRE GANA
El que compra un CLUB OE LOTES en el
Parque Lefevre, de B 4.00 semanales.
CA. de lefevre, s. a.
Calle A No. 5 Telfono: 2-3333
Toda la familia celebrar
osla deliciosa combinacin
PANQUEQUES AUNT JEMIMA
M*nrte.ulll* Sir*** Jam* Mr*
C*M
Cmo gotario los 11701 comien-
do lot exquisito Panqueques Aunt
Jcmimal Y se preparas por tret porque tiene* 17a lisios!
Solo htf que agregar leche o agua
(en parut iguale) a la recen m-
gica de Aunt Jemima 7 batir la
acacia hasta qae quedr ruar*, to-
teacet e viene la castidad deietda
obre asa sartn caliente untada
con manteca o aceite, a* dora el
panauequ* primero por un Itdo 7
dctpsi por otro j... comer.
Que" ricos too!
s
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Avisamos al pblico en general,
que debido a las fiestas de Semana
Santa, todas nuestras plantas per-
manecern cerradas el VIERNES
SANTO, 23 de Marzo de 1951
Todo pedido de Cerveza o Pro-*
ductos Canada Dry debe ser
ordenado con la debida anticipa-
cin.
\
Panam, Marzo 21 de 795/
CERVECERA NACIONAL S. A.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
es una leche
excelente
cada vaso
es una
fuenfe
de salud
ueVfrde
El que la toma
una vez
la sigue tomando
siempre !
'ALU VtWLH
VALLE
VERDE
Sabe mejor!
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHI: 'intvrui y imalrt
es.tr k illantai aruaaa da mohe.
1.1.25 galn. Alnaacanei Traaidu-
ra.
ti VINOEN:Clavat. meara nafa.
acara acanalada. Fir-Tax i carian
aislada, aaia cala* raas' nada-
ras, lavamanai, aicaiadat. ate. a
laa arecior mu bajai an alasa.
AGENCIAS GLOBALIS. V.a Ia.
4a, llta.ee.aa a Juan Franca. Tal.
-.5t._________________________
SE VENDE: Incubodoro alctrica.
Tel 3-025?____________________
SU JARDN Embellzcalo usando
abono de gallina. Para informes
Tal. 3-2355 Panam de 7 o 8
POR DOCENA Pollos roios New
Hampshihres de 2\ o 3 libras.
Pora informes Tel. 3-2555 Pana-
mi. 7 a 8 o.m.
SE VENDEN: Puertas da cooba.
Tomnos potronizados Coso Ad-
mirable. Central 18. a! lado de la
Loterio. Telfono 2-2027.
SE VENDE:Piano Winter Spinnet,
casi nuevo, precio rezonoble. Ca-
lle Q No. 5 Apto. 12.
SE VENDE:Por vioje, gollinos fi-
nos, ponedoras, cralos y blancas,
a precio rozonable. Pedregol, Villa-
lobos. Coso No. 7.
MISCELNEA
iROUWERPintor de cosa, con-
tr.-jtisto. consejo tcnicos, taran-
to por jn ao. presupuesto arotis
Tel 2-1276_____________________
EL SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION,
CANAL ZONE BIOLOGICAL AREA,
Balboa. Zona del Canol Mar-
Co 17 1951 se recibirn pro-
puestos en triplicado, en sobres se-
llados, en la oficina del Resident
Manager del Canol Zone Biological
Area, caso 0902 Amador Road,
Balboa. Zona del Canal (por co-
rreo Apartado C, Balboa) hasta
las 10 de la maana del dio 2 de
Abril 1951, v entonces pblica-
mente abiertas, para la construccin
de un laboratorio en la isla Ba-
rro Colorado en el Lago Gatn. de
acuerdo con los plano y especi-
ficoemoes, copios de estas obteni-
bles en la oficina mencionada arri-
ba, entre las 8 y I I de la maa-
na y de 2 o 4 de la tarde, excepto
los Sbados y Domingos.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Caa de
campo en Chorrera (El Coco) Tal.
3-0255.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos <
_____________________.-----------------1----------------
SE NECESITA:En Vio Espaa No.
32, altos, una cocinara que epa
disponer.
SE VENDE:Casa de concreto en
Coral Gobies, Florida: 2 pisos, re-
cien pintado por dentro y por fue-
ra, calentador de aceite, control
termostato, piso doble de madera
fuerte, cielo razo alto, muy venti-
lado, persianas venecianas nuevas,
3 recmaras, bao da mosaico,
sala, comedor grande, cocina, es-
tufo elctrica, refrigeradora, ba-
randa de mosaico, gorage para un
carro, vecindad tranquila, cerca
Club, precio B. 17,500. Lotimer.
1206 calle Capri.
SE VENDE: Bonito Iota en Santo
Clara, dos minutos de playa. Ex-
celente sitio, rboles que dan som-
bra, pozo hondo con bomba. Pre-
cio gongo. Vea SHRAPNEL en
Sonta Clara.
SE VENDE:En El Valle. Lote peque-
o. Bien situado. Con servicio de
acueducto. Precio mdico. Facilida-
des de pogo. Telfono No. 2-3248
Panam.
SE VENDE:Finco titulada, 2.500
metros cuadrados, con frente de
100 metros o la carretera Trans-
Istmica Boyd-Roosevelt, en Saba-
nito. Distrito de Coln. Tiene uno
caso de dos pisos y terreno cercado
con planchos de hierro/ Es apropia-
do para cri de aves de corral. Se
dan faciVdodes de pago. Acuda a
lo finco para que la examine y
trate directamente con su dueo
Nicanor Gonzlez.
SE VENDE:L ltimo caso da ur-
banizacin ICAZA Y NAVARRO
en colla 13. Son Francisco de la
Caleta, 3 recmaras, sala-comedor,
cocina, bao. Lote da 406 metro
cuadrado. Informes: Juon Nova-
rro. Avenida Cuba entre calle 25
y 26 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE VENDE:Por no podarlo atender
en punto cntrico de la ciudod y
con magnifica clientela. Restauran-
te y saln de billar situado entra
esquina calle 15 Este y Calle Ve-
raguas No. 25, ohi mismo Infor-
man.
SE VENDE
Automviles
En Avenida B, 73, (Agencia de Co-
1 locaciones; Telfono 2-1535. los
amos de coso consiguen empleados
para sus casa y traboio o escoger
la mujer que' lo necesite.
Inglaterra est de
acuerdo con que
pasen el Paralelo
LONDRES. Marzo 21 (UPt
Segn Informes extra-oficiaos
i; Gobierno Britnico acptate
y posiblemente ya ha acep-
'ado que las fuerzas de ias
Naciones Unidas crucen el Pu-
iaielo 38 en Corea.
Un portavoz del Ministeiio
fie Relaciones Exteriores infer-
n que entre Washington y
Londres se est tratando el a-
Nunto. pero no quiso decir si
re haba llegado a urtu decisin
loras despus se anunci c te
r\ Ministro de Relaciones E;:-
lores. Herbert Morrison, ha-
lar del asunto el Jueves e
Cmara de los comunes. El
'Hibierno deber explicar si
i onrlenen el cruce del Paralc-
i porque la opinin pblica e*
.ontraria.
Se dice que el Primer Minis-
i;o Clement Attlee opina qut
:.o debe decidirse el cruce has-
a despus que se haya con-
ultado a todos los Gobiernos
rue tienen fuerzas en Corea.
Al parecer esto ha decidido el
'.ioblerno.
SE VENDE:Chevrolet 19-9 Sedan
4-puertas. milloje bojo, derecho
pagado. Telfonos Cristbal: 3-
1289, 3-1818.
SE NECESITA:Una buena cocinero,
magnfico sueldo, Avenido del Pe-
r 75. altos.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos en la Zorla del Ca-
nol. Debe dormir en el empleo, pa-
ra informes aculo Ave. B No. 28
Joyera.
SE NECESITAEmpleada con bue-
referencias. Calle 48 Est caso 27
Apto. 3.
NECESITOCarguera, con experien-
cia y recomendaciones. Vio Espa-
a 106 Apto. 4. Frente Posadeno.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cio domsticos que duerma en co-
so. Acuda Sastrera Panam Ele-
gonte. Calle 16 Este No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero Competen-
te y empleada pora servicio de
adentro que duerman en casa. A-
venida Primero de La Carrasquilla,
No. 55 lVilla Sofa; entrada por
I Caalle del Teatro Edn, diogo-
nal a la va Belisorio Porras.
LECCIONES
Aprenda ingls en corto tiempo por
un sistema de conversacin. Calle
Estudiante 77-A, Apto. 2.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Servel de gqs o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente" nuevo. Todava est
en su cojo. Farmacia La Esperan-
za Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664._________________
SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento*
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrodo inde-
pendiente, No,. 4, colle lo. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorio, dos baos,
garage, Informe Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
primer piso, paro oficina, alto edi-
ficio teatro Central, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, tala-comedor y espacio-
sa cocina. Calle la. Perejil 14. In-
formes telfono 2-3181.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento chico
matrimonio solo. Avenida Centrol
115. Informes Miguel, 10o 4 p.
m. Altos edificio.
ALQUILASE oportomento, comodida-
des modernas, casa 5, colle Prime-
ra Perejil, por B.65.00. Llame te-
lfono 2-1456.
ALQUILASE Apartamento bien a-
condicionado, coso nueva, concre-
to, esquina calles "S". Mariano
Arosemena. Llama telfono 2-
1456.
ALQUILASE apartamento cosa con-
creto No. 84, calle Estudime, por
B.65.00. Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, solo-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
claro, fresco. Colle Colombia No.
8, Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, esquina, salo-comedor,
alombrodo, $65. 56. Ave. Porros.
Nove apartamento 3, Quijono, Colle
8, No. 15, telfono 3-0234.
SE NECESITA:Cortador de vidrio.
Cia. Dulcidio Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mosaicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Un plonchador. La-
vandera Pesantez, Central 247.
SE DESEA:Seorita blanca y de
buena presencia para trabojor en
propaganda comercial, buena co-
misin. Acuda calle 21 de Enero
No. 6. Comisariato Panam.
SF VENDE:Ford modelo '37. Bue-
nos condiciones, cuotro Montas
nuevos. Baratsimo. Ocurra: Calle
32 Este 8-A.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Perro de cocera, blanco
eon manchas choeoolte. Alrededor
corretero a Pajo. (Emperador). In-
formes Tel. 3-0918, Ponom.
Expresidente de
Ecuador fallece
en Nueva York
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 21 (UP)
El ex-Presldente del Ecuador,
Don Alfredo Baquerizo Moreno,
muri ayer en el New York Hos-
pital a la edad de 92 aos, des-
pus de someterse a una Inter-
vencin quirrquica.
La oparacln tuvo lugar el
lunes por la maana, ocurrien-
do la muerte ayer a las 830 de
la maana. Baquerizo habia lle-
gado hace dos semanas del
Ecuador para el tratamiento de
un tumor prosttico.
El poltico ecuatoriano muri
con "absoluta lucidez", segn
amigos que se encontraban a su
lado. Tambin se hallaban en el
hospital su hija e hijo politico,
Eduardo Lpez.
Valiosa subasta
SE NECESITA:Mecangrafa que
pueda traducir en espaol e ingls,
muy buena posicin. Entrevistas en
la oficina del tomodor de tiempo,
de 8 . m. o 5 p. m. Hotel El
Panam.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto omoblodo.
Precio B.22.50. Colle 5a. No. 30,
tercer piso. Informes Tel. 2-2376.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto moblado,
balcn, cosa moderno. Precio m-
dico, a hombre solo. Calle 17 Oes-
te No. 70, oportomento 5.
SF ALQUILA: Dos apartamentos
completos poro familia pequea
Lineas de buses y chivos al fren-
te. B.35.00 cadouno. Calle 15 Son
Francisco No. 3. Se exigen refe-
rencias. Informacin Tel. 2-3239
de 7 a. m. y de I 1 o. m. y de I
p m. a 3 p. m. en das laborables.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en A-
venida Per No. I. recmara, sa-
la, comedor. B.65.00. Lime te-
lfono 3-2972.
?E ALQUILA
Locales
E ALQU'LA:Locol poro oficina,
erriba del Teatro Centrol.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po- j
ro oficinas locales cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
maron en Almacena 5 y 10 can-
tuvo.
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3o.
No. 15, propio poro oficina o de-
psito, para informes llame tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con entrada
y servicio independiente. Avenido
Per No. 24 bojos.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy omplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
toller, garage, depsito, etc. Paro
informes llame telfono 3-1143.
SE ALQUILA: Primer alio de lo
casa 103 de la Ave. Centrol. pro-
pio pora oficina o saln de reunio-
nes, precio muy conveniente, in-
formes planto baja.
SE ALQUILA:Un locl apropiodo
poro tienda u oficina, tambin se
olquilo lote en colle 36 Este. Tel-
fono 3-1436, Avenida Per No.
69.
Bob Montgomery hacen en Madrid
?s vicecomandante
de las fuerzas
PARIS. Marzo 21 El
Cuartel Supremo Aliado anun-
< que el Mariscal Montgomery
'hroe de Alamein" fu nombra-
do ayer Vice-Comandante en
Jefe de las Fuerzas de la Unin
Occidental.
Para millones de Europeos, el
nombramiento de Montgomery
..ignlfica que las naciones miem-
bros del Pacto del Atlntico han
invlado su 'primer equipo" a la
defensa de Europa.
Para millares de soldados, eso
constituye el restablecimiento de
'a antigua combinacin: "Ike y
Monty" que derrot a los ejr-
citos alemanes donde quiera
que los encontraron en l se-
cunda guerra mundial, desde el
Africa del Norte hasta Italia y
Francia y finalmente en la mis-
ma Alemania Hitleriana.
!
Magnfica Inversion
SE VENDE:
la Hacienda
"LA PULIDA"
alta en Las Sabanas, con todo
el equipo y ganado existentes.
Acuda a
JULIO ANZOLA, S. A.
Avenida Norte No. 38
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 21 'UP
La primera parte de la su-
basta de la coleccin de lloro-.
valiosos de la poca de la con-
quista espaola de Amrica se
ealiz en las Galeras lc
Parke Bernet. arrojando un ti-
tal de 13 mil dlares.
La segunda parte se efecte
durante la noche y se espera
i que en total la coleccin se. a
j "tndlda en alrededor d 30 .\\
dlares.
Los peritos haban calculado
el valor de la coleccin yie
consta de 385 obras, es posi-
blemente 80 mil dlares. L.s
libros pertenecan al coleccio-
nista y hombre de negoc >s
t.lleno, Jos M. Rodrguez.
Ahorre Dinero con SWP!
La Piaran Par, Ca-
las favorita en EE.
IKi d< 4. Obtenga
ms economa belle-
v. orotec-
CF DOI *U
dinero.
nmuKA r yin
PREPARADA O ff aT
ata SHI*WIN-WILLIAMS
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto y servicio in-
dependiente a caballero de buenas
costumbres. Via Espaa No. 36
oportamento "F".
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto chico. Calle
lo. Perejil No. 15. Ocurra Refres-
quera Concordia, Avenida Central
y Calle B.
Seis centrales de
electricidad son
ocupadas en Pars
PARIS, Marzo SI (UP>La
Polica ocup seis centrales elc-
tricas en huelga. La evacuacin
de los obrerds de estas seis cen-
trales en la regin de Pars se
efectu anoche sin incidentes.
Se asegura una actuacin si-
milar en las centrales de gas de
Paris. Tambin se espera que el
Gobierno lleve a las filas a los
obreros principales de ambos
servicio para mantenerlos fun-
cionando a satisfaccin las ne-
cesidades mnimas.
La Polica se neg a Informar
el nmero de obreros evacuados.
pero dijo que lo haban sido en
SE ALQUILA:Local par oficina en
Avenido B No. 59 altos. Acudo
sucursal Sylvania en mismo edifi-
I ci.
las centrales de Issy, Saint Quen!
Genevillers, Arrighl, Irvy y Saint
Denis.
AV I SO:
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, obtuve por com-
pra de la seora Delia Lao Vi-
llalobos de Loo el estableci-
miento comercial de abarrote-
ra denominado "Joaquincito",
sito en Calle 9a. casa 2934 de
Rio Abajo, Sabanas, de esta
ciudad.
Panam, Marzo 19 de 1951.
Kim Fong lio Das
Are. Norte 3 Tel. 2-Wie
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel 3-1424
Pmiuna<; Shikwm Whua*
k
SE VENDE:
"Panel" Ford '42, \ ton.
B 450.00
Camioncito de Elacas<-
Ford '47, } ton.
B 850.00
"Pick-Up" (Techo sobre
Vagn) Willys '48, \ ton.
B 675.00
Todos en muy buen estado.
Derecho* pagados.
F. LIMNIO
a c Motores Colpan
Telfono t-iSSI
Panaas
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
Y x 6 y 2* x 8*
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.1
GUIA
COMERCIAL
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
Ot venia an
EL BATURRO
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
Acabamos de recibir:
Sierras Circulares!
Sierras 'Sin Fin'!
Canteadoras de 6"!
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tal. 2-3335.
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
Fabrica de espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este #4 Tel. 2-260
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-4524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
AVISO
Mediante la Escritura P-
blica No. 410 de Marzo 12 de
1951 se ha disuelto la sociedad
annima WILLIAMS BRO-
THERS CORPORATION (WI-
LLIAMS HERMANOS, 8.A.)
escritura flue ha sido regis-
trada al Tomo 210. Fol'o 46.
Asiento 50,642 de la seccin de
Personas Mercantiles del Re-
gistro Pblico.
Jl ICIO ORDINARIO
Poder y Libelo de demanda.
JUDITH BKRTONCiNI Y
MKI.IHA HALWANY
V8
Jai'obn L. Salaa Jr.
Seor Juei Primero dI Circuito de Co-
ln:
Nosotras. JUDITH BIRTONCIN1, mu-
jer, panamea, oficinista, major de
edad, aoliera, portadora da la cdula
de Identidad peraonal 11-ti 14 recia de
ella ciudad, con reiideniia en ralle 6.
caa No. 701 v. MEL1HA HAI.WANY.
mujer, aoltara, mayor de edad, con re-
sidencia en calle 7 Nuevo Criatbal de
cela ciudad No. 80.il oficlniata, con ao-
lirltud de cdula de identidad peraonal.
concurrimos ante Ud. por eate medio,
par* conferir como en afecto conferimo
PODER ESPECIAL a favor del Ledo.
DIILIO ARROYO, varn, panameo, aol-
tero. mayor de edad, portador de la
'cdula de identidad peraonal -Sl. abo-
llado en ejercicio, con oficina en Aveni-
da Herrara (0(7. bajos, de cata ciudad,
donde- recibe notificacionei. para que en
nuestro nombre y representacin pro-
mueva y prosita kaata au terminacin
juicio civil ordinario da mayor ruanta,
contra JACOBO LORENZO SALAS JR.
panamefto, varn, mayor de edad, vecino
de cata ciudad, con residencia en calle
9. caea nmero OT0, Nuevo Criatbal y
portador de la cdula de identidad per-
sonal 47.54600, a fin de due mediante
loe trmite leaalea de rllor aea conde-
nado y obligado a pagar loa dafioa T
perjuicios de toda ndole aufrdoa por
noaotraa por raan le la coliain que
tuvo legar el 2 de Abril de 1950 en
eeta ciudad, al chocar el automvil ma-
nejado por el tenor Salas Jr. portador de
la placa de Panam 4141, con el autom-
vil del cual somoa copropietarias, mar-
ca Oldsmobila coupe, ao 14I. con ca-
pacidad para cinco (5) pasajeros, mo-
tor nmero 87g-a72, con placa de Pana-
m nmero 4401. para uso privado, cho-
que que se debi nicamente a deae-ul-
do, negligencia, culpa a impericia del an-
teriormente citado eeor Salaa Jr.
Nueatao apoderado queda facultado
para recibir, desistir, tranaifir, sustituir.
revocar sustituciones, reasumir el ejer-
cicio de eete poder e Interponer los re-
cursos qua estime necesarios para la
mejor defensa de ntieatros intereses. De-
signamos procurador a Judith Berton-
clnl. (Art. S41 C. J.)
Colon, Mario 15 de 1*11.
(Fdo.l JUDITH BKRTONCINI.
IF.lo.) MEL1HA HALWANY.
Acepto el poder.
(Fdo) DULIO ARROYO.
Ondula 9.(14.
Y yo. Dulio Arroyo, de aeneralea ea-
pecifkadaa en el poder que antecede y
en ejercicio del mismo, en nombre y
repreeentacln de mia mandantee, rom-
earearo ante uated a promover, como
en efecto promuevo, juicio civil ordi-
nario de mayor cuanta contra. JACO-
BO LCRENZO SALAS JR. de generales
indicadas, a fin de que sea condenado
a pagarla a mia mandantes: a) la suma
de B.IOO.OO (ochocientos balboasl o lo
qua resulta a juicio de peritos, que les
adeuda en concepto de indemnisacin
de daos y perjuicios, por ser respon-
sable del accidente dt trnsito ocurrido
el da 2 de Abril de I960 en esa ciudad
y en I cual result chocado, quedando
en eetndo totalmente inservible, el auto
le mis mandantea: b) loa Interaaee le-
gales sobro dicha auma a partir de la
ferha del accidente y, c) laa costaa y
gastos del juicio.
HECHOS;
11F.l da 2 de Abril de 19:0 el au-
tomvil marra Ohlsmobile i-oupe del ao
l4t, con capacidad para ebiea paaaje-
ros. para uso privado, motor nmero
ifl, con placa de Panam nmero
4401. de propiedad de mis mandantea
Judith Bertoneini y Melika Halwany.
guiado por esta ltima, quien goaa de
la licencia privada nmero 17404, tran-
sitaba como a aso de la 1 y 80 p. m
a ln largo de la -venirla Santa Isabel de
esta ciudad, ron direccin de sur a nor-
te, a uaa velocidad de 10 millas por ho-
ra, tusipliendo adamas todas ata diapo-
.iriolee'a que reglamentan el trnsito.
cuando fu chocado por al automvil
con placa de Panam 4141. da propie-
dad de la aeftora POLA DAZ, qne con-
duca a gran velocidad por calle 7 de ca-
ta ciudad, con direccin de este a oeste.
u hijo Jacobo Lorenzo Salas Jr. con
licencia privada nmero 40162. al no
tomar ste las precauciones que ordenan
loa reglamentoa del trnsito para talca
ocasiones El accidente ee debi, pues,
nicamente a culis, negligencia, descui-
do o Impericia del seor Salaa Jr.
".).Por auto de 27 de Septiembre de
].0, dictado por el Jues Segundo de
este Circuito v confirmado por el Se-
gundo Tribunal Superior del Primer
Diatrito Judicial, aa aobresey definiti-
vamente a favor de la seorita eleliha
Halwany, y se abri cauaa criminal
contra JACOBO LORENZO SALAS JR.
por el delito de "letionea por impru-
dencia" causadaa a Rafael F. Fawcatt y
Lucia Carvajal de Fawcatt, quienes va
Jabaa en el automvil conducido por ka
seorita Halwany. debido al manejo no-
gllgente o descuidado del sindicado que
Irajo como resultado el accidente ocu-
rrido el dia 2 de Abril de 10(0 a que
ya me he referido en el hecho anterior.
Y en virtud de sentencia dictada por el
mismo tribunal el dia 14 del presente.
Jacobo Lorenso Salaa Jr. fu declarado
culpable de tal delito y condenado a
sufrir la pena da B.120.OO de multa.
8)^A consecuencia directa de dicha
coliain mis mandantes aufrieron daos
, perjuicios qua se estiman aal:a)
En concepto de dao emergente la auma
da B. 600.00 que corresponden al valor
del auto de propiedad da ma mandan-
tes ya individualizado en hechos ante-
rloree o en lo que raaults a Juicio de
peritos y. b) en conespto ds lucro ce-
eante. ea decir loa beneficios que a par-
tir de la fecha del accidente, han dejado
da percibir rala mandantea por 1 no
uto de su automvil que utilizaban Un-
to para Ir y venir de au trabajo, para
paaeo y otros menesteres, perjuicios que
se eatiman en auma no menor da B.200.-
00 o lo que reaulta a juicio da peritos.
4.)Da todo lo anterior resulta que
loa daoa y perjuicios sufridos por mis
mandantes montan a la sums de B.800.-
0. segn se ha expuesto, o lo qua re-
sulta a juicio de perltoa.
I DERECHO
Artlculoa 078. 1. * y I*'1..?*1
Cdigo Civil; Articulo 8* del Cdigo
Penal; Articuloe 1087 y aa-uientaa y
1871 del Cdigo Judicial y dems dis-
posiciones coDcordantaa da dichos cuer-
pos legales
PRUEBAS
Acompao laa siguientes:
a).El podar qua ma han conferido
mia mandantea.
b).Certificado expedido por el Teso*
rero de este Municipio.
Dentro del trmino respectivo aduci-
r laa qua eatima necesarias y desde
ahora denuncio como fuente de pruebas
al Juagado Segundo de- eate Circuito, el
Segundo Tribunal Superior del Primer
Distrito Judicial, as como las paricialaa
y teatimonlalea que sean de lugar.
Repetuoiamente me permito solicitar
a Ud., eeftor Juax. que previos loa tra-
mitas legales, el seor JACOBO LOREN-
ZO SALAS JR., sea condenado en loa
trminos de cata demanda.
Coln. Mario 16 de 1811.
Cdula 8-514
CERTIFICO:___Que el anterior carrito
que precede en 'copla, ha aido presentado
au original, por los signatarios en la
audiencia de La tarda de hoy dies y aeis
de nvarso da mil novecientos cincuenta
y uno. (v. art. 801 del Cdigo Judicial i
Jaa A. Carrillo.
Sacrstario del Jaleado Primero del
Circuito i Coln.
JUICIO ORDINARIO
Poder y libelo de demanda
RAFAEL F. FAWCETT.
LUCIA C. DE FAWCETT. y.
MARIA ARAUZ A..
Va.
JACOBO L. SALAS JR
Seor Juex Primero del Circuito de Co-
ln:
Nosotros. RAFAEL F. FAWCETT. pa
nameho, vqrn, casado, pintor y car-
pintero, mayor de edad, portador da la
cdula da identidad personal 47-8717.
vecino da sata ciudad, con residencia en
Pueblo Nuevo de laa Sabanas, casa 4185;
LUCIA CARVAJAL DE FAWCETT. mu-
jer, panamea, casada enfermera titu-
lada, mayor de edad, portadora de la
cdula de Identidad peraonal 47-85464,
vecina da esta ciudad, con residencia en
Pueblo Nuevo de Laa Sabanas, casa n-
mero 4/85 y. MARA ARAUZ A., pa-
namea viuda, mujer, mayor da dad.
vecina de esta ciudad, con residencia en
Avenida "A" casa nmero 18. altos, con-
ra conferir, como en afecto conferimos
currlmoe ans uatad por ate medio, pa-
podor especial a favor del Ledo. DULIO
ARROYO, varn, panameo, soltero, ma-
yor de edad, portador de la cdula de
identidad personal 8-514. abogado en
ejercicio, con oficina en Avenida Herrera
6067. i.ajus, da aa ciudad, donde re-
cibe notificaciones, para que en nuealro
nombre y representacin promueva con-
juntamente y prosiga hasta au trml-
nacin, juicio civil ordinario de mayor1, fael Ra
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tia n calle f. Nuevo Cristbal, cm
nmero S070. y portador de la cdula
a fin de que mediante los trAmtes lega-
lea da rigor aa condenado a pagarnos
loa daoa y perjuicios de toda ndole su-
fridos por noaotroa por raan de la co-
lisin quo tuvo lugar el da 2 de abril
de 1950. en esa ciudad, si cbocar el
automvil manejado por Balas Jr, con
1 automvil ocupado por los dva pr-
meroa de soaotroa y quo se debi eie
elusivamente a deacuido. negligencia,
culpa o impericia del citado aepr Salaa
Jr.
Nuestro apoderado queda facultado
para recibir, de-istir, transigir, sundn-.
revocar austituclonea, reasumir el ejer-
cicio de este poder e interponer todos
los rectiraos que estime conveniente y
necesario en favor de nuestros Intereses.
Deaignamoa procurador a Rafael V.
Fawcett. (Art. HI del Cdigo Judicial).
Panam, marso 15 de Itol
(Fdo) RAFAEL F. VAWCETT.
* (Fdo.i LUCIA C DE FAWCETT.
(Fdo) MARA ARAUZ A.
Acepto el poder,
(Fdo.) PULI ARROYO.
Y ro, DULIO ARROYO, de generales
eapj#>cificadas an 1 podar ano antecede
, en jB-rcii'i.. del mism.o en nombre y
representacin de mis maadanies, res-
petuosamente conspnreseo ante usted a
promover, como en efeoto promuevo,
juicio civil ordinario de mayor cuanta
contra el seor JACOBO I-ORF.NZO SA-
LAS JR da generales indicadas, a fin
da que dicho seor Salas Jr, aea con-
denado a pagarle a mis msndantes: a>
la auma de B.10,339.15 o lo que resulte
a juicio do peritos, que le adeuda en
concepto de indemnisacin de daoa y
perjuicios por ser responsable da un
roidente de transito ocurrido en asta
ciudad e! 2 da abril de I960: b> loa in-
tereses legales sobra dicha sum* a par-
tir de la fecha del accidente y. c) las
costas y gastos del presente juicio.
HECHOS
1).El da 2 de abril de 1950 el au-
bomovil marn Oldmobile coupe, afto
1942 .con capacidad pera cinco paaaje-
ros, para uso privado, motor nmero
379-572. con placa de Panam nmero
4401, de propiedad de las seoritas Ju-
dith Bertoneini y Malina Halwany. rola-
do por esta ltima en virtud de licencia
privada nmero 97494, transitaba, como
a asa de la 1 T 20 p. m. a lo largo de
la Avenida Santa labal de eeta ciudad
con direrein de sur a norte, a una ve-
locidad de 10 millas cumpliendo adems
todas las disposiciones que reglamentan
al trneito, cuando fue chocado por e!
automvil efe propiedad de la eenora
POLA DAZ, con placa de panam nu-
mero 4141 qua guiaba a grata velocidad
por Calle ?, con direccin de aate a oes-
te, guiado por el menor Jacobo Lorenso
Salaa Ji hijo de la propietaria de dicho
automvil, y con licencia privada n-
mero 40162 al no tomar asta las pre-
cauciones qua ordenan para Ules aitoa-
clones los reglamentos del trnsito. El
accidente sa debi, por consiguiente, t-
nicamente a culpa, negligencia, descamo
0 impericia del seor Salas Jr;
2.)Loa conductores de ambos veh-
culos resultaron .leaos del Impacto, no
asi el eeftor Rafael F Fawcatt y au ei-
poaa Luca Carvajal de Fawcatt, quienes
viajaban en ak automvil conducido por
la aefiorita Halwany. A consecuencia de
la colisin fueron lanradoa a la cali*
sufriendo amboi lesiones d gravedad
lo que motiv su rpido traslado al hos-
pital M. A. Guerrero de esta ciudad pa-
ra la debida atencin medics. El Dr. Pas
Z.. medico al servicio de dieha institu-
cin, quien los atendiera diagnostic lo
siguiente: a) Lucia Carvajal de Faw-
cott "contusiones y ascoriaclonea an la
cara y rodillas'." recluida an Sala 10.
cuarto 11 bajo obaervacin; b) Rafael
F. Fawcatt "contusiones CRANEALES.
herida contuaa en la oreja derecha y re-
gin moatoida derecha, radiografa hom-
bro iaquierdo", recluido en sala 10 cuar-
to 12. bajo observacin. El da 11 de)
mismo mes on vlaU del estado de gra-
vedad que experimentaban, fueron tras-
ladados al hospital Santo Toms de la
ciudad da Panam, donde permanecieron
hasta el da 14 de mayo del mismo an
1 aeor Rafael F. Fawcett. en la aald
1 del Dr (unales Revilla. y Luca C.
da Fawcett hasta el 19 de Abril del cita-
do afto en Baja 11. cuarta I.
S).Como rastillado de la ralla ion el
seor Rafael F. Fawcett sufri una in-
rapacidad da 4 MESES 7 Lucia Carva-
jal de Fawcett de 62 D1A8 a partir de
la fecha de la misma; Incapacidad stas
de carcter definitivo.
4.. Precisa llamar la atencin hara
al hecho del estado de suma gravedad
en que eatuvo mi mandante Rafael F
Fawcett durante 17 dtas a tal punto
que temiendo an desenlaee fatal loa me-
ttlcoa q i* lo atendan no permitan que
fuese visitado por aus famtliarea y no
fue hasta el 19 de Abril del citado afto
de 19*0. ruando permitieron que la au-
toridad judicial reapeetiva le tomara de-
claracin;
ft.)-Por auto de 17 de Septiembre de
19*0, dictado por el Juez Segundo da
asta Distrito y confirmado por el Se-
gando Tribunal Superior del Primer Dia-
trito Judicial, a* aobresey definitiva-
mente a favro de Mcliha Halwany y ae
abri causa criminal contra Jacobo Lo-
tanto Salaa Jr. por el delito da "lesio-
nes por imprudencia'* causadas a Rafael
F Fawcett y Lucia C. da Fawcett eon
motivo de au manejo culpable, negli-
gente que trajo romo resultado la co-
liain de 2 da abril del citado afto y a
que me he referido en hechos anterio-
ra*. Y en virtud da aentenala do 14 de
Marzo del assente afto. dictada por al
Mlaaao tribunal. Jabono L Salas Jr.. fn
declarada culpable da tai delito jr con-
denado a sufrir la pena de B.120.00 H
mulla;
C).A consecuencia directa de la c^
lisln nii" mandantes sufrieron daos
y perjuicios da toda ndole que se 09*
timan aaf:
A).RAFAEL F. FAWCETT: g) gao*
toa de hospitalizacin, rayos X, atencin-
mdica, etc. en el Hospital M. A, (gue-
rrero de aata ciudad, la auma de B.lll,
Ib! en el Hoepltal Santo Toms loo per-
juicios sufridoi ae estiman en B. 188.00
pues fu tratado en sala DE CARIDAD
por no tener recursos econmicos com
que pagar lo* gatoa que tal hospitalita-
cin demandadaba y negarme Salaa Jr. a
sufragarlos; b) por la auapensn da
labores como pintor y carpintero duran-
te loa 4 meses do Incapacidad, la auma
de B.900.00; c) gaatoe sgi viaitaa al hos-
pital para seguir tratndose hasta al
de Agosto de 1950, con abandono #
horas de trabajo, suma no menor B,90a
00 o lo que resulte a juicio de peritos}
d) En concepto de daos future-, rea-
les y efectivos debidoa a la disminu-
cin en la capacidad de trabajo a con*
aecuenria de malestares que ha sufrid*)
adn despus del periodo de incapaci-
dad, auma que aa estima en no menor
de B.1,000. o lo que reaulte a juicio ri*>
peritos; e) en danos morales y espiri-
tuales A CAUSA del dolor fsico expe-
rimentado por mi mandante; el larga
periodo de gravedad, la incertidumbro
respecto a la posibilidad de curacin, aa
estiman en suma no manor da B.5.000.
00 o lo que resulta a juicio de peritoe-
Adema ha quedado mi mandante coa
deformacin en la oreja derecha a eauam
de la colisin que afecta au persona y
lo expone al ridiculo en sociedad. En lo-,
tal loa dafios y perjuicios aufridoa por?
mi mandante Rafael F. Fawcett a con-
secuencia del accidente se estiman es
Huma no menor de B.6.913.M (seis pie*
novecientos trece balboas con noventi-
cinco centavos) ;
B.) La seora LUCIA CARVAJAI/
DE FAWCETT; a) gastoa d* hospitali-
zacin, atencin mdica etc, duran* lTt
das en los hospltalea M. A.- Guerrero!
de Coln y Santo Toms de la cinda*
capital, la suma B.177.70; b) pag ak
una emplesda para que atendiera a sue
5 hijos menores durante el tiempo 4u*>
dur su Incapacidad, la suma da B.40)
00; c) la suspensin de sus labore* co-i
mo enfermera de sala del hospital San
to Toms durante el tiempo que dura!
au incapacidad a razn de B.120.00
mensuales que devengaba es esa ocasin,
h. suma de B 208.00 en total ral man*'
dante Luca Carvajal de Fawcett ha
Incurrido o acfrldo daoa y perjuicios
que montan a auma no menor da B.429.
70.
D.La seora MARIA ARAU2 A.*
a) mi mandaste de la avantada edad
de 95 aos, y madre del lesionado Ra->
I F. Fawcett. anta el retado ds*
gravedad da au hijo, ante la prolongad!
incertitumhra de su curacin, padeexft
como es lgico suponer das de desespe-
racin y angustias tremendos, de sufr*
mientos indescriptibles. que amenaza*
ron eeriamente su salud, los males sa
eatiman en concepto de daos espiritua-
les y morales en auma no menor de B#
3 OOO.00 o lo que reaulte a juicio da pe-
ri t oa ;
7.1___De todo lo anterior reaulta qua
los dafioa y perjuicios sufridos por mia
mandantea. a consecuencia de la coli-
sin de que es nico culpable el aeor
Jacobo I.iSenzo Salas Jr montan a au*
Bsa total no menor de B.0.339).6S (dios-
mil trecientoa treintinueve balboas coa
sesenta y cinco centfitimoe..
DERECHO
Artculos 978. 991. 992 y 1644 del
Cdigo Civil; 29 del Cdigo Penal; 241,
1097 y siguientes y 1971 del Cdigo Ju-
dicial y dema disposiciones concordan-
tas de dichos cuerpo* legales. .
PRUEBAS
Acompao las siguientes:
a) El poder que me han conferido mia?
mandantes.
b> Dentro del termino respectivo adu-
cir laa que estime necesarias y desda
ahora denuncio como fuente de prue-
baa el Juigodo Segundo del Circu to de
aata ciudad, el begundo Tribunal Su*
perior del Primer Diatrito Judicial, loa*
hospitales M. A. Guerrero de Coloa F
Santo Toms' de la ciudad de Panama*1
la Oficina de Medico Forense de Pans*
m. as como las pruebas teatimonieles,
pericia.ee y de cualquier otra ndole qua
sean de lugar.
Respetuosamenaa me permito aolicitat
a usted, aeor Jues que. previos los)
trmites legalea, el seor Jacobo Loren-
10 Sala* Jr.. asa condenado ea las tea**
minos de esta demanda.
Coln. Marso 1 de 1951.
(Fdo.) ;t|ULIO ARROYO, i
Cftdula 9-614.
CERTIFICO: que el anterior memorial
que precede en copla, au original ha sic.e>
presentado en la audiencia de la tarde ut
hoy, dies y aeis de marso de mil nove*
centoe cincuenta y uno. (c. artt 521 da|
Cdigo Judicial). Es fiel Copia.'
Jes* A. Carrille. ,
Secretario
EDICTO EMFLAZATvRlO
El suscrito Alcalde del Distrito Cepitat
HACE SABER:
Que el Inspector (.enera) del Trnsito,
Mayor Marco A Sola, ha comunican
a este Despacho, mediante Oficio aSu
243 da 6 de los corrientes, que denda
el mes de Diciembre del ao pasado (un
remolcado y pueato a disposicin de I
Aalcaldia del (atrito, al automvil marca
"FORD", con placa de 1950 No. Z-lJi-
R. P.. Modelo 1941. Que el propietario
da esta vehculo queda emplazado por al
trmino de 80 (treinta) das a partir oa
la fecha para que haga el reclamo co-
rrespondiente y haga valar- sua dere*
ches de propietario.
Se le advierta que vencido asta trmi
no. dicho automvil aera rematado ear
subasta pblica y adjudicado al mejor
postor, de conformidad al Artculo 15*4
del Cdigo Administrativo.
Para que airva de formal notificado
a loa ntereaados se coloca el presenta
edicto en lugar visible de la Alcalda
del Diatrito y de la Tesorera Munici-
pal, hoy diecisiete de Harto de mil
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
COMUNIQESE.
El Alcalde,
ngel Vaga Mndez.
El Secretario, Luis M. S*>to.
AVISO DE REMATE
El Administrador (eneral da Aduanas,
al pblica.
HACE SABER:
3ue se ha sealado el da Viernea
rita da loa corriente* para qua tanga
lugar el segundo remate da la siguienta
mercanca: ,
35 Cajas de Wishky "Palyver"
fijada en el primar remate B.512.7
18 cajas de champaa francesa
fijada en el primer remate 405 5*
Base que se fija para el segun-
do remate:
35 cajas de Whisky "Palyver" oO.OJ
18 cajas de champaa francesa 400.00
El remate sa llevar a cabo en la Ofi-
cina del Administrador del Almacn Ofl*
clal de Depsito de esta ciudad, frente a
la Aduana Nacional entra las once J 1
del dia.
No sern admitida* ofertas menores de>
la base fijada y el remata ser adjudica-
do al mejor poator quien pagar de In-
mediato su valor, pero antes de retirar
la mercanca deber adherir B.0.20 ds>
timbre en cada botella da Whisky.
Se hace constar que de acuerdo con el
contenido de la nota No. ftft de asta fe-
cha, del sartor Administrador del Al-
macn Oficial de Depsito el primer re-
mate que fue fijado para al laflarcwhsi z>
de Octubre del ao pasado, fue decla-
rado desierto en vista de que loa sano-
ras Broatella y Ca. quienes fueron Y
nicos postores, ofrecieron auma manjar
a la base fijada para el remate y en ta-
les condiciones su propuesta fue inad-
misible, ya que el aviso oficial que ai
efecto se public an la prensa local, asi
lo estableca.
RAUL D. BEKBFY.
Administrador General de Aduanaf-
Panam. Marzo le de lt*l-
SE ALQUILA
Local sitaado en t* f*!*
de Avenida B y Calle 1 Este,
el centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. Z-343C Calla 1C Cate #


MIRCOLES. MARZO- ti, 1*51
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Y
PAGINA SIETR
-r......T
Ee critica plan
e trabajo que
acen los rusos
WASHINGTON, marzo (USIS)
I Las pruebas del trabajo es-
clavizado que se prctica en la
Jnin Sovitica, presentadas
Jurantes los ltimos das n el
Consejo Econmico y Social
reunido en Santiago de Chile
satn dando lugar a severos a-
taques al gobiernos sovitico, de
parte de los peridicos de los
Estados Unidos y Chile.
Los primeros comentarlos edi-
toriales han tenido lugar des-
pus de los discursos pronun-
ciados ante el Consejo por la
seorita Toni Sender, represen-
tante de la Confederacin In-
ternacional de Sindicatos Li-
bres, y Walter Kotschning, de-
legado de los Estados Unidos en
la actual reunin del Consejo.
Ambos han presentado docu-
mentos y declaraciones firma-
bas de victimas del trabajo for-
Sdo como evidencia del slste-
a sovitico, que afecta a mi-
tones de personas.
Al comentar sobre estas evl-
enclas. el Washington Star di-
e que "Rusia es hoy dia menos
ue un estado, una penitencia-
la peculiarmente cruel, donde
al vez una dcima parte de la
blacln est sometida al tra-
jo esclavizado."
El New York Times dice que
vista de las pruebas presen-
tadas. "Es difcil ver cmo el
lome jo Econmico y Social
uede librarse de la obligacin
e ordenar una Investigacin
n grande escala."
Las perspectivas de
luna reunin de los
randes son pobres
PARIS, Marzo 21 (UP)
lados Unidos, Oran Bretaa y
franela, Iniciaron hoy lo que e-
pios esperan sean la ltima je-
nana de argumentos con el De-
lgado Sovitico Andrei Oo-
iyko, sobre la agenda para .a
Conferencia de Cancilleres d?
Cuatro Grandes
Las perspectivas de un acuer-
no sobre la agenda y la su^-
juiente Conferencia de los
Cuatro grandes no son muy br-
illantes. Pero el Canciller Fran-
Robert Schummann es uno
lie los que han dicho la verdad,
[al decirle a los deelgados el Sa-
leado que ninguna de lis cna-
|tro potencias quiere asumir la
responsabilidad de bloquear la
Conferencia de los Cuatro
|3randes.
Creyendo an en la guerra no ha
terminado aun pelean 21 japoneses
Estn haciendo resistencia
en una Isla de las Maanas
TOKIO, Marzo 21 (UP)Las
autoridades japonesas intormu-
run que un grupo de obstinados
Japoneses 21 soldados y niu-
rinos marcantes an esi-n
haciendo resistencia en una pe-
quea isla de las Mariana-,
convencidos de que la segunda
guerra mundial no ha termi-
nado.
Yoshiharu Takeno, Jefe de la
Divisin de Repatriacin del
Mniaterlo de Relaciones Ex'-e-
nores, inform a una Comisin
de la Cmara Alta que recibi
ese Informe de la seora Ra-
zuko Higa, de Okinawa. Deciai
que segn asegura Higa, los ja-
poneses estn en la pequea
,'sla de Anatahan, en las SHa-
lianas, aproximadamente a l.KI
millas al sur-este de Tokio. Los
marinos mercantes eran los tri-
pulantes de un buque transpoi-
te que naufrag.
Explic que durante seis a-
os. el grupo se ha negado a
creer que la guerra temln con
tra cultura, pues se est tratan-
do de que los esfuerzos diversos
queden canalizados para la for-
macin de una era de floreci-
miento de la cultura nacional.
la derrota japonese. La seora
Higa, dijo que su esposo, que
formaba parte del grupo, mud
hace algn tiempo. Agreg que
cuando los norteamericanos de-
sembarcaron en la Isla los ja-
pn ese ss ae ocultaron en las
montaas- La seora Higa se
present a las autoridades nor-
teamericanas y pidi ser repa-
triada a Okinawa.
Takeno expres que su Infor-
macin est basada en una eai
ta de la seora Higa, pero v-c
ias autoridades aliadas esan
interesadas en la repatraolon
el grupo. ^___
Apuestan 300,000
dlares a que no
habr guerra
WESTPORT, Conn, marzo 21.
iUP>El contratista de cons-
trucciones, Francis J. Finneran,
dice que est dispuesto a acep-
tar una apuesta de 300 mil d-
lares del petrolero de Los An-
geles, Andrew T. Jergins. que
aduce que no habr guerra en-
El Gerente General de la Caja de Seguro Social de Pnm.
8r. Cristbal Adn de UrrioU. auien asisti como delegado a
1 Tercera Reunin del Comit Permanente Interamericano
de Seguridad Social, en visita que hizo al despacho del Presi-
dente del Instituto Nacional de Prevision Social, de *{-
na, Dr. Roque V. Policcichio. Aparece tambin el vicepresi-
dente de la citada reparticin. Dr. Santiago Luis Rete., de-
partiendo con los funcionarios antes nombrados.______
Plan de cultura te
desarrollar en los
barrios populares
Un plan para llevar las ban-
Idas oficiales a los barrios popu-
losos de esta ciudad y distintos
sectores, de manera que la musi-
tes selecta sea escuchada en los
I hogares humildes del pueblo, tie-
Ine el Departamento de Cultura
I y Publicaciones, fuimos informa-
Ido* hoy por don Isidro Reluche.
El mismo plan contempla una
Mira de la Orquesta Sinfnica por
lia Repblica de Colombia, des-
I pues del mes de Mayo. Esta seria
luna jira de gran repercusin in-
Iternaclonal en beneficio de nues-
tre Estados Unidos y Rala du-
rante los prximos dos aos.
Finneran dice que est dis-
puesto a apostar cien mil dla-
res a que Rusia o uno de sus
satlites atacar durante el pr-
ximo ao a Estados Unidos o
a uno de los pases del Pacto
del Atlntico y 200 mil a que 1
ataque ocurrir dentro de los
prximos dos aos.
'Su Inclusin d satlites y
pases del Pacto del Atlntico
es una modificacin a la pro-
puesta original de Jergins. Fin-
neran aduce que ganar fcil-
mente la apuesta y que su con-
viccin se basa en sus estudios
de asuntos mundiales.
GANSO REFRIGERADO.Este ganso no puede moverse, de-
bido a que se encuentra entumecido por el fro. Los dems gansos
no hacen nada por ayudarlo, pero un estudiante del Colegio Mo-
rarla cruz el hielo con peligro de su vida para ayudarlo.
QUIERE DORMIR
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Lder comunista es
detenido cuando
llega a La Habana
HABANA, marzo II. Flavio
dirigente del llamado Mpvl-
Bravo Pardo, de 29 aos de e'dad
Desean mantener
limpia y aseada
a Bocas del Toro
BOCAS DEL TORA, Marzo l
(Por Correo). El Inspector
Visitador de Sanidad don Da-
niel Lasso estuvo Inspeccionan-
do las condiciones sanitarias de
esta ciudad cabecera y del Co-
rregimiento de Almirante. El sr.
Lasso vino de Panam especial-
mente en visita o Inspeccin
sanitaria.
Junto con el Inspector local
seor Basilio Peralta, se trasla-
d a Almirante para cerciorar-
se de las condilcones sanitarias
de esa poblacin, la cual ca-
da dia aumenta en Importan-
cia en esta Provincia.
El seor Lasso provoc una
reunin de las autoridades pro-
vinciales y municipales, con a-
slstencia del Gobernador, del
Alcalde, del Jefe de la Fuerza
Pblica, el Inspector del Puer-
mlento Juvenil del Partido Co-
munista de Cuba, fue detenido
al llegar de Guatemala, por a-
gentes del Servicio de Inteligen-
cia del Ejrcito Cubano.
El Ejrcito acusa a Bravo de
haber estado estudiando un
curso en tcticas de guerrllas
en Guatemala y de haber trado
con l "orden expresa" de ini-
ciar" un reino, de terror" en to-
da Cuba el 24 de Marzo, coin-
cidiendo con el comienzo en
Washington de las sesiones de
la Conferencia de Ministros de
Relaciones Exteriores Latlno-
Amerlcano*.
to y otros funcionarlos para so-
licitarles cooperacin para man-
tener limpia y aseada la ciu-
dad. Hizo nfasis en la nece-
sidad de mantener en funcio-
namiento los desages y cloa-
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PAGINA 8
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
mUSm
MIRCOLES, MARZO 21, 1H1
Los Campeones Del Base De Coln y Panam Chocan Hoy
LA TEMPORADA DE FTBOL CAPITALINO
SE INAUGURA EL 15 DE ABRIL
Los lanzadores del partido de esta noche
La Directiva de la
Liga tomar posesin
el 29 de Marzo
ELIAS OSORIO
Es el lanzador escocido por el
Pinocho para que inicie la con-
tienda esta noche. Finaliz el
Campeonato Provincial de Pa-
nam con el mejor porcentaje.
Jotrando cinco victorias y nin-
guna derrota.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
Sr. Rector de la Universidad:
La Universidad necesita de un
Instructor Deportivo.
Como decamos: Para qu ne-
cesita un estudiante de Educa-
cin Fsica estudios sobre Geo-
desia? Muy bien poda ahorrar-
se esa pequea cantidad (B.
125) para comprar tiles depor-
tivos que bastante falta hacen
en la Universidad, porque con
una pelota de Baloncesto y otra <
de Volley Ball no se puede
atender a un curso de cuatro
aos. Por qu razn en vez de
hacer esa excursin no se llev
a todo el Curso, si seor, a todo
el Curso al Hospital santo To-j
ms para que vieran ms prc- |
ticamente como son los mscu-
loa, cmo se trabaja en caso de
emergencia en fractura y tan-
tas otras cosas relativas a los
primeros auxilios El Rector tie-
ne la palabra.
El Curso de Educacin Fsica
necesita ms apoyo de
las Autoridades
Entramos hoy a darle curso
al tercer punto de la segunda
leccin que ya habamos comen- ,
zado. Estos dos postulados fue-
ron la belleza y la sabidura;
segn ellos, la belleza en todas!
sus formas estaba en relacin I
con todas las cosas externas y
la sabidura mantena relacin
con su Inteligencia, es decir, con
su mundo objetivo interior. En'
cuanto a la belleza, el griego
consideraba que tanto la natu-
raleza que circundaba al hom-
bre mismo que dentro de ella
se desenvolva, tenan un ritmo]
esttico. Que cuando ese ritmo j
esttico (forma, color, sonido
etc), se alteraba, estaba el hom
bre o los humanos en la obliga-
cin de tratar de corregirlo
hasta donde sus habilidades y
capacidades se lo permitieran.
Por esa razn se dedic el grie-
go a cultivar la belleza de su
cuerpo como una manera de ar-
monizar con el ritmo de lo bello
de la naturaleza. El griego odia-
ba la fealdad del cuerpo y cuan
do naca un nio deforme que
no fuera susceptible de ser co-
rregido morfolgicamente, en-
tonces lo sacrificaban. Los grie-
gos percibieron atravs de sus
observaciones que para ser bello
haba que ser atleta y que un
hombre prcticamente bello no t
solo sera un buen militar sino
un apto para asimilar la sabi-
dura, p uesto que Junto con la
belleza desarrollaba su inteli-
gencia. Por esa razn todos los
estadistas como educadores con-
cedieron gran Importancia a la
Educacin Fsica fuente de la
salud y el equilibrio orgnico,
lo mismo que de los valores es-
tticos y culturales. A partir de
entonces, la obra de los educa-
dores se encamina a poner de
relieve las enormes ventajas dell
cultivo de la Educacin Fsica,"
y ella tena que triunfar ya que
esa apreciacin constitua casi
un instinto de la masa ciuda-
dana; se habra presentado el
principio de que una persona
de mente sana comprende un
cuerpo sano.
Seor Rector La Universidad
Necesita de un Instructor
Deportivo
JORGE ERICK
Es el pitcher que tiene el Mau-
ricio para su compromiso de
hoy. En el Campeonato de Co-
ln estableci record de poncha-
dos con un total de 88, y se
acredit 8 victorias contra una
derrota.
El Panam Amrica
i
juega maana con
el Fotograbado
Maana a las cuatro de la
tarde se miden en el campo del
Instituto Nacional las novenas
de softball de la redaccin y o-1
tograbado de El Panam-Am-
rica en un juego amistoso.
Los fotograba dores han prac-
ticado mucho ltimamente con
el afn de "darle palo" a los
formidables toleteros de la Re-
daccin que han tenido una
gran actuacin en los partidos
celebrados con los equipos de
los otros peridicos a los cuales
han "apaleado lnmlserlcorde-
mente".
Misner y Randall
triunfaron en los
dobles de tenis
La pareja Bill Misner y Hugh
Randall ganaron el torneo de
doblas de Tenis por el Trofeo
Henriquez, al imponerse en el
juego 'inal a la pareja com-
puesto por Julio Pinilla y Frank
Hladky en cinco reidos sets.
El encuentro dur tres horas
en las cuales los Jugadores ac-
tuaron con todo empeo y en-
tusiasmo por el triunfo.
El score final fu 6-8, 8-2, 8-4,
2-6 y 6-4.
En los partidos de sencillos,
H. Taft avanz a los finales con
su victoria sobre Cyril Oldfleld
por 6-2 y 6-0 en uno de los jue-
gos semifinales.
Esta tarde se miden en otro
de los partidos semifinales: Ju-
lio Pinilla y G. Young.
La temporada de Campeonato
de la Liga Profesional de Ft-
bol de Panam se inaugurar el
15 de Abril, de acuerdo con de-
cisin que tom dicha entidad
en su reunin de anoche.
Las inscripciones para los
Campeonatos de la. y 2a. Cate-
goras se encuentran abiertas y
quedarn cerrada el 8 de Abril.
En la sesin de anoche tam-
bin se procedi a nombrar las
personas para los cargos de la
Directiva que se encontraban
vacantes y fueron electos el Dr.
Alberto Blssot Jr., Carlos Muoz,
Mario Mezquita y Edmundo Var-
gas, quedando la Directiva for-
mada de la siguiente manera:
Presidente Dr. Juan Nicosia
VicePres. Dr. Alberto Blssot Jr.
Tesorero Justinaino Crdenas
Sub-Tesorero Carlos A. Muor
Fiscal Cecilio Martines
Secretarlo Miguel A. Rivas
Sub-Sec. Carlos A. Rodrigues
Vocales Mario Mezquita
Edmundo Vargas
Esta nueva Directiva de la
Liga Provincial de Ftbol de Pa-
nam tomar posesin el jueves
de la prxima semana.
Por otra parte la Liga acor-
d dar una oportunidad a todos
aquellos jugadores que han ac-
tuado en primera pero no han
dado la talla y se encuentran
inactivos, asi como aquellos ju-
gadores veteranos que ya no
pueden alternar con xito en
la divisin mayor, para que Jue-
guen en la segunda Categora.
NUMERITOS DEL
TORNEO DE BOLOS
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
CLUB DEP. PACIFICO
Inform! a todos sus miembros
que la reunin semanal se efec-
tuar esta noche a las 8 en su
local de la Avenida Central (al-
tos del 5 & 10 cts.) en vista
de que el prximo viernes es
Santo, y solicita la puntual a-
sistencla por los varios asuntos
de gran Inters que se resol-
vern.
Por Tere de Burrel
Ya que el Torneo Duran de
Bolos se encuentra en receso,
daremos para informacin tan-
to de los jugadores como del p-
blico en general, los numerltos
en las diferentes fases de esta
interesante competencia. Una
prueba concluyeme que reina
entre todos los jugadores y sim-
patizadores de los equipos. De
45 jugadores inscritos, 22 ya han
entrado en el "Club de 200", 5 en
el 'Club de Honor" y i en el
"Club de 600".
Promedios de los Equipos
J. Prm
Entrometidos 18 841
Mike 18 819
Selecta 18 775
Pinocho 18 775
Tropical 21 755
Martnez 18 751
Balboa 18 742
Royal 18 725
Carta Vieja 21 722
Las cinco lineas ms altas
Too Damin (E) 242
Cristian Hermman (CM) 235
Dr. Julio Icaza (TT) 224
B. McGeachy (FR) 223
Enrique Burrell (E) 222
Los cinco grandes Promedios
Too Damin Cristian Hermman (CM) 180
Enrique Burrell (E) 178
A. Flstonlch (M) 173
Pepe Damin (E) 170
Las cinco series ms altas
Too Damin (E) 651
Cristian Hermman (CM) 593
B. McGeachy (FR) 588
Pepe Damin (E) 588
Andrs Flstonlch (M) 586
Los msicos empataron el comando del soft-
ball comercial con su victoria de anoche
En los Juegos celebrados ano- I
che en el campo de Santa Rita
por la Liga Comercial, se impu-
sieron los muchachos del Con-
trol del Comejn y los Msicos
de Matas Cerrud que ahora
marchan a la cabeza de la Jus-,
ta con cuatro ganados y uno
perdido.
Los msicos les ganaron ano-
che a los muchachos del Radio
Bush en un Juego por el coman-
do de la Justa con anotacin de
siete carreras a una, donde'
los ganadores batearon cin-
co Imparables y los perde-,
dores cuatro. A pesar de ser am-,
bos equipos catalogados como
fuertes toleteros, no hubo gran-
des garrotazos.
El pitcher lanzador fu 'La-
cho y el perdedor Collins que
se mantena invicto en la con-
tienda.
Para esta noche la Liga pre-
senta partido entre Los Fiducia-
rios y los aguerridos licoreros
del Montezuma.
CALIFORNIA, Marzo (UP).
Los Cachorros regresaron de su
Jira por la repin de San Fran-
cisco, a su base en la Isla Ca-
talina e inmediatamente des-
pus practicaron bajo la direc-
cin del piloto Frankle Frlsch.
Estn sosteniendo serie con los militares de Fort Gulick
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Presentamos aqu al equipo de Softball de la Polica de Colon, que est M^bmido serie de
partidos con el conjunto militar de Fort Gulick. Tenemos de izquierda a derecha, Parado-
M. Blandn. F. Hadley. R. Thompson. Teniente A. Stephens. Capitn Mayor SUjrner. ambos
del ejrcito norteamericano; Mayor Pastor Ramos, B. Harris; (agachados: M. de Obaldia (Di-
rector), G. Kandrin, Ch. de Sonsa, A. Vlix, E. del Cls, E. Ramos y E. Alexander._____________
UERAS PEREZ, AGUERRIDO CONJUNTO DEL SOFTBALL COMERCIAL. Este es el
aguerrido equipo de Softball "Vidrieras Prez" que est participando con todo entusiasmo en
"campeonato de la Liga Comercial de esta ciudad, y donde figuran Jugadores conocido, y
de talla. En la vista aparecen, entre otros, el Director Gustavo Perez la mdrm senorita
Jan, el coach Snchez, el asistente Tony Rojas, los jugadores Durillo, Shaw, Ayala. Chen.
Barra, Gonzlez, etc. ______________^
Mauricio y Pinocho Se
Miden a Las 7 y 30 De La
Noche En El Estadio Nal
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO QUE FINALIZARON
LOS EQUIPOS
G. P. PJe.
Pinocho (Panam). 15 4 .710
Mauricio (Coln) 15 .714
La tan comentada serle de 3
juegos por la supremaca Ist-
mea de pelota Amateur, se lnl
ca esta noche a las 7.30 p.m.
en el Estadio Nacional, donde se
miden PINOCHO Campen de
Panam yq MAURICIO de Co-
ln.
El Pinocho Invadir la gra-
ma del Estadio, precedido de
justificada fama por haber ga-
nado merecidamente el Cetro de
la Liga Provincial de Panam
este ao y su tercer Campeo-
nato en 6 aos de participar
activamente en la Liga. Seis de
sus componentes pertenecen a
la Seleccin Nacional de Base
ball que Panam envi a la XI
Serle y son P. Y E. Osorlo, L.
Sanjur, M. Cobos, L. Cumber-
batch y A. Rosales, todos de
un gran historial deportivo den-
tro de las filas Amateurismo.
Los fanticos locales conside-
ran a los narizones como una
Seleccin, capaz de defender los
colores patrios en cualquier se-
rle Mundial y desempear buen
papel.
A la verdad, no conocemos el
historial del Mauricio en la Li-
ga del cual son campeones, pero
son considerados ms potentes
qu el "Cold Spot" monarcas de
lap asada campaa colonense,
que sostuviera serie con el Fri-
gidaire el ao pasado, entre los
componentes del Mauricio con-
tamos con D. Alleyne. A. Jim-
nez, Or Bryce, D. Santlzo, E. So-
lis, B. McDonald, J. Erlck,
Magdaleno y O. Hardy, valor*
Indiscutibles de la pelota coli
nense.
Dos de los lanzadores con me
Jor porvenir del as filas del Am|
teurismo, Elias Osorlo del Pino
cho y Jorge Erlclc del Mauriclij
Integrantes de la Seleccin
Panam en la XI Serie, rival!,
zarn en los envos para soste
nerd esde la loma de sus equlj
pos duelo a muerte, Osorlo
consagr como estelar del mor
lio gracias a la confianza qul
en l depositar Flix Frutos ef
'Nicaragua y J. Erlclc como est
lar de la novena de Coln en
VII Campeonato en Las TablaJ,
Otro de los lnsentlvos del Jue
go de esta noche, es el duel|
que sostendrn los Directore
C. Magdaleno del Mauricio y
Zamora del Pinocho, ambos co\
las riendas en las manos condu
jeron a sus equipos a la conquU
ta del preciado puesto.
Por la calidad del juego y 1|
rivalidad existente entre los fa
ntlcos de Panam y Coln,
espera un lleno desde tempra
as horas de-la noche.
Los Campeones del Plnoch|
se alinearn as:
Julio Herrera 2b.
L. Cumberbatch 3b.
Luis Sanjur as.
Pedro Osorlo cf.
Marcos Cobos c.
Enrique Prez rf.
Alejandro Duggan
Joaqun Padilla l|
Elias Osolro
El prximo Juego se lie vari
a cabo el martes 27 en la cludaf
de Coln a las 4.15 p.m.
De La Galera De La Faina

Ganaron Argentina y
Polica en la apertura
del ftbol chorrerano
Los conjuntos Argentina Jr. y
Polica triunfaron en los parti-
dos de aperturr. del Campeona-
to de Ftbol de La Chorrera,
que tuvo lugar en el Campo Ma-
tuna de dicho lugar.
Ante numerse pblico se efec-
tu la Inauguracin de la Tem-
porada de Campeonato del Ft-
bol chorrerano. El profesor Pe-
dro P. Snchez, en nombre de
la Liga, expuso en acertadas
frases el motivo del acto. Dl
el saque inicial, don Lencho
Ayala, Alcalde del Distrito.
En el primer encuentro el Ar-
gentina se impuso al Herediano
por 4 tantos al en un movido
juego. Santiago Barrios de los
argentinos se luci al marcar
3 goles, el otro lo anot Moiss
Cceres; el nico goal de los
heredlanos lo pate "Toto" Sa-
linas.
En el otro partido, la Polica
le gan al Juventud, tambin
fior 4 goles a 1. Los anotadores
ueron: C. Letnos 2, De Len 1
y D. Rodrguez 1 por los Poli-
cas; por el Juventud anot Her-
nn Lasso.
El Deportivo Garca se asegur el
campeonato de baseball de San Carlos
Por E. URRTIA P.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Baseball de San Carlos)
G. P. PJe.
Dep. Garca .......... 5 l.Mt
Dep. Carranza ..... S t .*
Mayor Flores ......i S .4M
El Valle .................. 5 .
Con un resonante triunfo so-
bre las huestes del Mayor Flores
el Deportivo Garca se asegur
el campeonato de bisbol de la
Liga de San Carlos.
Los cardenales solo tienen un
compromiso por celebrar al Igual
que los otros conjuntos sin que
afecte el resultado en la posi-
cin del ganador de la justa:
En el partido se Jug buena
pelota y los batazos llovieron
por ambas partes conectndose
en total 19 hits en el Juego.
Por los campeones se dlstln-
Calendario de juegos
del circuito mayor de
ftbol del Chorrillo
&2j*s/t>4
Ricardo Pedro Lince, alias el "Cholo" Lince, es una de las
columnas ms slidas del equipo de softball de El Panam-
Amrica. Un jugador ambidextro y que usa con igual faci-
lidad el frie Izquierdo v el pie derecho. Es un seor as me-
tiendo las piernas, con zapato y todo. Se trata de un juga-
dor sumamente valioso para los dos equipos: al que pertenece
y al contrario. Porque para ste aporta el trueno de su esta-
ca que enva la esfrica a lo ms hondo de los platanales y
para el contrario es Inestimable, porque es especialista en co-
rrer los flys. de modo que la bola Inevitablemente, cae en
lugar lejano a su manilla. -
Noticiero de los Juegos Panamericanos
presentarn el Lux y Cecilia desde maana
Los aficionados tendrn la
oportunidad de presenciar un
Noticiero Especial de los Pri-
meros Juegos Panamericanos
que se celebraron en Buenos
Aires. Argentina, distribuido por
la Metro Golwyn Mayer, y que
Escudo y Talabartera
tienen maana juego
amistoso de bisbol
El comentado juego entre los
equipos de baseball El Escudo
que apadrina el deportista He-
llodoro Patino y Talabartera |
Panam de la Liga de Ro Aba-
jo, tendr lugar maana en la
tarde en el campo de juegos de
Panam Viejo en los terrenos
de la Finca Chanis.
Las huestes patiistas han
triupfado en todos sus compro-
misos anteriores, contndose
entre los ltimos, el obtenido
a costa de la Seleccin de la
Liga de Calzada Larga, a la que
venci en dos Juegos consecu-
tivos. El Talabartera ha teni-
do actuation sobresaliente en !a
Liga de Rio Abajo.
guleron con el bate Ezequii
Urrutla con 3-4, Reinaldo Pol
lastre con 3-5, Toms ZamorI
con 2-4, Marcos Carvalo coi
2-5, mientras que por el Flores
pegaron lncogibles Carlos Lpe!
Fernando Torres, Csar Sama|
niego y Flix Moreno.
Por el Garca comenz en
morrillo Francisco H1 d al;
quien fu sustituido en la enl
trada Inicial por el estelar Sel
bastan Aguilera para conquls|
tar su 4o xito sin derrotl
mientras que por los carplnta
roa lanz Csar-Samanlego pa|
ra sufrir su primer descalabr
sin victorias.
La anotacin fu
C H
R. Garca 201 21 2-15 11
Mayor Flores 618 MI 2-12 8
Bateras: Francisco Hidalgo!
Sebastian Aguilera (4-0) y Ral
Villa, Toms Zamora. Csar Sa|
manlego (1-0 y Flix Moreno.
se presentar simultneamente
en los Teatros Lux y Cecilia
desde maana Jueves.
(Numerosos eventos de dicha
justa se vern en'el mencionado
Noticiero y en varias vistas apa-
recen nuestros atletas.
LAKELAND, Marzo (UP).
Los Tigres que han perdido cua-
tro partidos consecutivos de ex-
hibicin participaron en prc-
ticas de bateo bajo la direccin
del piloto Red Rolfe.
LIGA DE FTBOL DEL
BARRIO DEL CHORRILLO
Temporada de Campeonato
CIRCUITO MAYOR
Calendario de Juegos
PRIMERA VUETA
Marzo 21 Nacional vs Eva Pern
Abril 1 Eva Pern vs Col Remn
Abril lo Nacional vs PRI
Abril 4 PRI vs Eva de Pern
Abril 8 Nacional vs Co.l Remn
Abril 8 PRI vs Mendoza
Abril 11 Nacional vs Mendoza
Abril 15 Eva Pern vs Mendoza
Abril 15 PRI vs Col. Remn
Abril 18 Col. Remn vs E. Pern
Abril 22 PRI vs Nacional
Abril 22 Col. Remn vs Mendoza
Abril 35 Col Remn vs Nacional
Abril 28 PDI vs Eva de Pern
Mayo 2 Dep. Mendoza vs PRI
Mayo 6 Nacional vs Mendosa
El torneo se inaugur el do-
mingo 18 de Marzo, con dos
juegos cuyos resultados fueron:
Col Remn 5PRI 3
Eva de Pern 2Mendoza 1
Los Juegos de los domingos
comienzan al as 9 y 30 a.m. y los
encuentros de los mircoles prin
cipian a las 4 y 30 p.m.
Todos los Juegos se destro-
nan en el cuadro de Calle 27
Oeste, abajo.
En otro partido los perlec
de Carranza vencieron fcllmei
te a los del Valle por 10 carrel
ras a 5, lanzando Chalo Muo|
(1-2) y por los valleros Crist
Coronado (0-3).
El domingo 25 se enfrentarn
para cerrar la temporada el Cal
rranza, que tratar de rompe|
el Invicto de los campeones
para ello enviarn al morrillo
Juan de la Cruz (0-1), mlentri
que los campeones escoger
entre Ezequlel Urrutia (1-0)
Dlmas Visuette. En el segunl
do partido se medirn el Mayol
Flores y los del Valle.
Premio de 2,000
obtuvo Jim Ferrer
en torneo de golf
FLORIDA, Marzo 21 (UP).-
Jlm Ferrier obtuvo el prlmi
premio de dos mil dlares di
torneo de golf de Jacksonville
al recorrer los 18 hoyos de iij
cuarta y ltima etapa con 6
golpes para un total de 272.
Lloyd Mangrum y Jack Shield
empataron en el segundo pues]
to con un total de 283 y 72 y 71
golpes respectivamente en \i
vuelta final, tocndole la sum
de 1,200 dolares a cada uno.
En el tercer puesto con 75l
dlares cada uno empataron loj
Jugadores John Palmer y Lev
Worsham, con un total de 28
v 87 y 71 respectivamente.
Precios que acaban con sus preocupaciones econmicas
Pantalones Finos para Caballeros 1.95, 2.99, 3.75 Guayaberas para Nios........1.25, 1.49,1.47
Camisas para Caballeros.......2.45, 2.99, 3.69
LA CASA DEL PANTALN (central 87)


V
MIRCOLES, MARZO 21, 1951
B rAXAMA AMERTCA DIARIO UUDEPEIfUIEHTl
PAGINE IfUBVI
Slo hay cuatro
i i .
paleontlogos Dr. C. L. Oazln y todo* loa bienes materiales del
til suerte que han quedado re-
presentadas asi:
Don Jos C. de Obaldla, Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia y
de Hacienda y Tesoro;
Don Modesto Salamin, Minis-
tro de Educacin y de Relacio-
nes Exteriores;
Doa Mara Santodomlngo de
Miranda, Ministro de Traba io
Previsin Social, Salub Pblca,,
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias, y
Don Celso Carbonell, Ministro
de Obras Pblicas.
Cientficos
se encuentre actualmente re-
montando el rio Lagarto y el
Rio Cocl del Norte y se en-
tiende que son muchos los ha-
llazgos importantes ya realiza-
dos y que determinarn la
fuente de muchos e insospecha-
dos estudios, en una sona prc-
ticamente lntocada.
En Panam se- est pensan-
do en la forma de llevar al p-
blico la pelcula "Explorando el
Pasado Prehistrico de Panam"
que trata precisamente y des-
cribe los hallazgos de Parlta y
su Importancia histrica y tu-
rstica de Panam. Muy posible-
mente una de las presentacio-
nes se har en el Instituto de
Verano de la Universidad y la
otra en el de la Normal.
Al mismo tiempo los famosos
DfS/HWGLO,
ESTOMACAL?!
su asistente el Dr. F. Pearce de
la misma Institucin Smith-
sonlana han trado a Panam
20 huesos preparados en los La-
boratorios de Washington. Los
huesos estn en exposicin ac-
tualmente en el Museo Nacional
y presentan a uno de los ms
grandes animales prehistricos
que slo se habla encontrado
antes en el sur y en el norte
de Amrica y que ahora apare-
cen n Oc y en Pes. Los tra-
bajos de las dos eminencias se
realizan actualmente en Pes,
en una regln llamada el Hati-
llo y se espera encontrar hue-
sos suficientes para armar un
megaterlo. Este animal tiene
cinco metros de largo por tres
de alto y el crneo, mandbula
femur y otras partes del cuerpo
se estn exponiendo actualmen-
te en el Museo Nacional.
La Importancia de este descu-
brimiento es que ndica que el
Istmo de Panam existe por lo
menos desde hace 200,000 aos
y muy posiblemente surja la
teora de que ste fuera un
centro de dispersin de especies
prohistricas de animales. Se
ha encontrado adems, en Pes
restos del Glyptodn, un animal
prehistrico gigante parecido al
armadillo actual, tambin restos
de Hlpparin, una especie de ca-
ballo prehistrico y se dice que
han aparecido restos de probos-
cldeos (especies de elefantes),
talvez el dlnotereo que fu en-
contrado en Argentina. Si esta
teora logra hacerse cierta, en-
tonces ocurrir una gran revo-
lucin de carcter cientfico.
Como se puede observar, el
descubrimiento de una cultura
vanzada en Barriles, Chlriqu,
e las ms antigua cultura en
'arlta, y el de especie prhlst-
lcas no sospechadas antes en
Panam, hacen de nuestro pas
el centro de particular aten-
cin cientfica.
Tome calmante
Brsmof
y vuelva a sentirse bien!
fEPTO-BTSMOL ES DE ACCIN MODE-
RADA. Cubre lis irritadas membrana*
del estmago intestino] coa ana ca-
lilla caimanee y protectora, ayuda Mi
I. Almmry ctlmtr el Jturreth.
S. Kfpr-far I*fttjtmusi* y MmM....
cim it fill..
S. Miiiitr tl/turrtiky s mrmalrr'
tltl/nuis*.
Para obtener suav. y pronto alivio, pida al
acradable Pepto-Bismol o su farmacia a-
"orilm* U producto da Nonale
Se infrma que
Gainza Paz se encuentra arres-
tado pero sus compaeros d
redaccin dijeron que no han
tenido conocimiento de su de-
tencin. Los sirvientes de su
casa dijeron que esperan que
llegue a sta para almorzar.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 21 (U.
P.) La Comisin Parlamentaria
tom completa posesin de "La
Prensa" anoche, como primer
paso para realizar la interven-
cin e investigacin del diarlo
argentino, ordenada por el Con-
greso.
Tres miembros de la comisin,
acompaados por un Notarlo
Pblico, dos auditores del Go-
bierno y una brigada de policas,
cerraron el edificio principal de
"La Prensa" y estuvieron reuni-
dos all por ms de cuatro ho-
ras, con el Gerente General, Ma-
nuel Constanla y otros funcio-
narlos del peridico. Su direc-
tor, Alberto Gainza Paz no esta-
ba en el peridico, cuando lle-
garon los Congresistas y no se
vio con ellos.
Hasta las nueve de la noche
no se haba anunciado el alcan-
ce de la intervencin, pero la
Comisin dijo durante a reu-
nin con los gerentes del peri-
dico que "tomarla posesin de
que
poseslc
EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN
hace saber por este medio a los interesados las fe-
chas en que tendrn lugar EXAMENES DE APTITUD
PARA MAESTROS EN SERVICIO Y ASPIRANTES:
DA HORA PROV. ESCOLAR
Bocas del Toro.. ..Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Cocl ...........Marte* 27........ 2 p.m.
Coln...........Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Chiriqu.........Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Darin ..........Mircoles 28..........8 a.m.
Herrera .........Jueves 29.........8 a.m.
Los Santos.......Jueves 29.........2 p.m.
Panam.........Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Veraguas........Mircoles 28........8 a.m.
DOLOR$ nrtci/MKts?
Ya no memo/estow
Si le atormentan
dolores articulares,
entorpeciendo cada
movimiento que usted
hace, es posible que el
exceso de cido rico
sea la causa.
- Usted debe ayudar a su
organismo a librarlo de
loa venenos y desechos,
como el exceso de cido
rico, que conspiran
contra su salud.
Para ello, recurra a las
Pildoras De Witt para los
Rones y la Vejiga, cono-
cidsimo diurtico.
peridico". La Comisin y ge-
rentes de "La Prensa" firmaron
un acta de los primeros actos de
Intervencin, pero toda la dis-
cusin entre ellos se celebr a
puerta cerrada bajo la vigilancia
de cuatro policas y no se ha
revelado an lo que discutieron.
El vespertino "La Razn" pu-
blic en primera pgina un cin-
tillo en que dijo: "Se hizo efec-
tiva la intervencin dispuesta
por el Congreso al diarlo "La
Prensa" y "Crtica" destac la
noticia en un titular que deca
"Se Inici esta tarde el arqueo
de caja de la empresa La Pren-
sa".
Los miembros de la Comisin
salieron del edificio de La Pren-
sa a las nueve de la noche, des-
pus de ordenar que todo el
mundo abandonara el mismo,
incluyendo a los celadores. Un
polica uniformado qued cui-
dando la entrada principal del
edificio. La Comisin dijo que
reanudara la investigacin hoy
al as diez de la maana y que
no expedirla comunicado algu-
no anoche.
Fuentes informadas dijeron
que cuando el abogado de La
Prensa trat de leer una pro-
testa del Director Alberto Gain-
za Paz, el Comit se lo impidi
diciendo que era una falta de
respeto a la resolucin del Con-
greso. El Comit tambin orde-
n a los gerentes de La Prensa
a devolver cualquier documen-
to que hubiese sido sustrado de
os archivos antes de Iniciarse
la investigacin.
H-fS** tant0- ,0i auditores
del Gobierno comenzaron a ha-
cer un minucioso inventario de
los haberes de La Prensa y ten-
drn que informar al Conareso
el resultado. El Comit orden a
Pn.ntad0!;es y CJ de La
SesTtraabyaUjdoar ^ it
tuf tee,eante Rdlcal, Ar-
ulp un comunicado di-
ciendo que se haba opuesto a
a Intervencin de La Prensa
'Por ser una medida de car
rLXC, taolutamenteto-
*ffiia ? '"constitucional".
Frondizzl dijo tambin en )
comunicado que habanegado
poderes a la Comisin para de-
legar sus funciones en el Pre-
E/ Secretar>o, Pu con-
m^aln.qUe ell equivaldra
a que ellos gozaran de los pode-
res de ambas Cmaras que stas
delegaron en la Comisin inte-
grada por nueve miembros
Frondizzi declar que trat in-
fructuosamente de lograr que
se hiciera constar en las actas
de la Comisin que no existe
disputa gremial alguna entre el
peridico y sus empleados. Aa-
di que la mayora de la Comi-
sin vet su proposicin de que
esta hiciera declaraciones 'ex-
presando el deseo de ver que se
anulen las medidas que arbi-
tramente Impiden la publlca-
cln de La Prensa", alegando que
la Comisin no tiene poderes
para hacer esa declaracin.
Se solicit aque
sistema de supervisin escolar
esta basada en ciertos princi-
pios de administracin, los cua-
les tienden a lograr un mejor
funcionamiento de las escuelas.
Dichos principios son los si-
guientes:
a) La distribucin de funcio-
narios y responsabilidades,
considerando los diferentes
y complejos aspectos del
trabajo escolar.
b) La disertacin de la labor
escolar que realiza cada uno
de los miembros del Cuer-
po de Educadores.
O La Jerarqua administrati-
va, para la mejor organi-
zacin del trabajo,
d) La coordinacin del trabajo
escolar.
2De acuerdo con estos prin-
cipios, cada uno de los fun-
cionarlos que integran nuestro
sistema de Escuela Primarla,
desde el director de Educacin
Primaria, hasta los maestros,
tienen sus funciones que cum-
b)
c)
pllr.
Estas funciones comprenden
diferentes campos de trabajo
que, aunque diferentes, estn
intimamente relacionados, pues
todos propenden al buen fun-
cionamiento de las escuelas.
3Con respecto a los super-
visores, que son los que deben
estar en contacto con las es-
cuelas, a travs de visitas a
las mismas y de otros medios,
la experiencia ha demostrado
que es insuficiente el nmero
de los que actualmente hay en
servicio, debido a la gran can-
tidad de escuelas y maestros de
cada Provincia, y a la nueva
orientacin del servicio de Su-
pervisin Escolar, la cnal exi-
ge lo siguiente:
a) Que las escuelas sean vi-
sitadas frecuentemente, de-
dicando el tiempo necesario
para poder ayudar a los
maestros y directores en su
trabajo escolar.
Que los supervisores efec-
ten reuniones de maestros
y padres de familia cuando
visiten una escuela, con el
fin de discutir los proble-
mas de la comunidad.
Que los supervisores dedi-
quen cierto tiempo en el
mes, en planear visitas, dis-
cutir los problemas de su
zona, comentar actas, etc.,
en la Oficina de la Inspec-
cin.
Por estas consideraciones an-
teriores expuestas, se despren-
de que no hay deficiencias en
al actual sistema, sino que es
necesario aumentar el nmero
de supervisores para asi llenar
mejor todas las funciones y
realizar un trabajo ms com-
pleto.
Ahora, como ventajas que es-
tn obtenindose y que justifi-
can la organizacin de las ac-
tuales Provincias Escolares, po-
demos mencionar, entre ellas,
las que a continuacin se ex-
ponen:
1Especializa las funciones
en el cargo que se desempea.
2-Distribuye las funciones y
actividades en el mayor nme-
ro de personas.
8Afirma procedimientos re-
almente democrticos.
4Facilita la evaluacin da
todos los que Intervienen en el
proceso educativo.
5Establece relaciones favo-
rables entre la Escuela y la
Comunidad.
6Provee oportunidades pa-
ra el crecimiento profesional y
cultural de los elementos que
integran el Ramo de Educacin.
7Mejora el planeamiento de
las actividades a realizar.
ftAyuda en forma ms efec-
tiva a los maestros.
8Ofrece ms oportunidades
para que participen ms acti-
vamente todos los que forman
parte de la labor escolar.
10Mejora las relaciones en-
tre los servidores del Ramo.
11Respeta la dignidad y de-
recho de los educadores.
Por lo que dejamos expre-
sado, en el presente memorial,
consideramos justificada nues-
tra solicitud, que se refiere al
mantenimiento de la actual or-
ganizacin de Provincias Esco-
lares, cuyos resultados han sido
satisfactorios y su funciona-
miento eficiente.
"Las Minas del Rey Salomn"
pelcula que fue filmada eil
3 aos pasa el Bella Vista
En la confianza de que usted
se tomar todo el Inters del
caso en atender nuestra soli-
citud, nos es grato suscribimos
como sus atentos y seguros ser-
vidores,
Maximino Ballesteros D., Jos
de la R. Pea, Jos I. de Len,
Federico Zetner, Alejandro Hen-
rquex, Efrain Caries, Didimo
Etcartin, Olga Moreno C Fran-
cisco Garca, Agustn Garca de
Paredes, Pedro Ayala, Carlos
Af, Jos del C. Mel, Gui-
llermo de J. Broce, Rodolfo A.
Moreno, Desmond Byam, Fran-
cisco de J. Pinzn, Pedro J.
Mrida, Daniel George, Miguel
A. Trujillo, Moiss Visques, Ja-
llo Vergara, Arturo Delvalle,
Marcelino Quiros, Eligi Salas
G Apolonio Acosta, Manuel Al-
vares, Robustiano Vergara, Ma-
nuel S. Salado, Roberto Aras,
Jos R. Vsquex.
LUNA DE MIEL EN "EL PANAMA" Se encuentra entre
nosotros el Sr. Cosme Vera M., hotelero muy conocido en
Mxico, y su 8ra. Doa Teresina Aceves de Vera, quienes han
permanecido varios das en el nuevo y bello Hotel El Pana-
m. Junto con su padre, el Sr. Guillermo Vera, el Sr. Cosme
Vera es dueo del Hotel Mjico en Len y del Hotel Rioja en
Irapuato, Guanajuato. Tambin es uno de los directores de
la Asociacin de Hoteles del Centro de Mxico.
El Sr. Vera y su seora estn en un viaje de luna de
miel el cual los ha llevado por todo el Caribe Jamaica, Cu-
ba, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, Martinique, Trinidad, y ltima-
mente Panam.
Sonriendo amablemente, nos dijo el Sr. Cosme Vera, "He-
mos demorado ms en Panam que en cualquiera de los otros
lugares por el gusto de visitar las tiendas finas de su bella
capital y para gosar del servicio, hospitalidad y confort de
su fino Hotel El Panam".
Las Pildoras De Witt,
por su accin diurtica,
activan los rones, ayu-
dndolos a eliminar los
desechos y.venenos que se
forman constantemente
en el organismo.
Se hallan en venta en
todas las farmacias del
pas, en frascos de 40 y
100 pildoras.
INDUITIIA SSITAHICA
Pildoras De WITT
pni'' le Rirn K > ' V -1 >
Con resultados
dostana, la china, la griega, la
ltalana, espaola, norteameri-
cana, cubana, ecuatoriana.
Ha causado verdadera espec-
tacln el anuncio de que la co-
lonia de color presentara un
nmero de vud, los ritos secre-
tos africanos transportados a
Amrica.
El General Mac
conveniente. Existe gran espe-
culacin en Tokio que la gue-
rra tomar un nuevo cariz
ya sea militar o polticamen-
te pero las fuentes oficiales
se negaron a hacer comenta-
rlos.
El Cuartel del Octavo Ejr-
cito revel que el avance en
cuatro sectores hasta tiro de
can del Paralelo 38, levan-
tando as una censura de 14
horas sobre el avance de las
fuerzas aliadas hacia la fron-
tera. Loa comunicados infor-
maron que todava no se sabe
el podero de las retaguardias
comunistas.
Las unidades surcoreaans en
el sector oriental avanzaron al
Norte de Kangnung, y se en-
cuentran a ocho millas y me-
dia del Paralelo, enviando pa-
trullas ms hacia el Norte. En
el frente central, una fuerza
blindada aliada avanz a dos
millas al Norte de Hangyek, co-
locndose a solo siete millas y
media del Paralelo. Las fuer-
zas aliadas que avanzan por
el camino de Sel-Chunchon en
el frente occidental, se en-
contraban a 13 millas del Pa-
ralelo.
Los rojos opusieron una tenaz
resistencia en el centro monta-
oso de la Pennsula Coreana,
en donde tres fuerzas de in-
fantera aliadas avanzaban sin
parar. Los chinos pelearon has-
ta morir, desde los riscos que
dominaban las pendientes de
las montaas. Un grupo de
chinos demor el avance alia-
do en el sector de Hangye du-
rante todo el da de ayer.
Trece millas al Oeste, otra
columna blindada de los Esta-
dos Unidos avanz a travs del
paso montaoso de Hongchon-
Chunehon y captur un Impor-
tante cerro en una lucha con
las retaguardias comunistas. Un
poco mas al Oeste, la Infante-
ra surcoreana dispers dos
contingentes chinos, quienes le
hicieron frente al Sur de Chun-
chon.
Informes de las patrullas de
reconocimiento Indican que los
rojos han abandonado a Chun-
chon, su ltima base principal
en la Corea del Sur. Ha ha-
bido una serle de escaramuzas
a todo lo largo de un arco del
noreste al noroeste de Sel en
el frente occidental. Una pa-
trulla norcoreana atac a los
surcoreanos a dos millas al
Norte de la capital, pero fueron
dispersados.
Las tropas han capturado va-
rios prisioneros pertenecientes
al 26o. Ejrcito Chino, puesto
en accin recientemente, pero
los Informes Indican que este
ejrcito ha sido puesto a pelear
como medida dilatoria sola-
mente.
El grueso de los 250,000 sol-
dados chinos y norcoreanos,
quienes estaban alineados a lo
largo del frente de 140 millas
ya se han retirado al Norte
del Paralelo 38.
TOKIO, marzo 21. (UP).
Urgente. Las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas entraron en
Chunchon sin disparar un slo
tiro al medioda de hoy. Chun-
chon est a 7 millas y media
del paralelo 38.
Con objeto de filmar "Las
Minas del Rey Salomn" el fa-
buloso relato de una romntica
aventura, la Metro Goldwyn
Mayer envi un escogido gru-
po de artistas y tcnicos al co-
razn del Africa. Es la prime-
ra novela de su clase que se
rueda totalmente en Technico-
lor, en autnticos escenarios
naturales.
El resultado de los desvelos es
una pelcula rebosante de lncom
parables emociones. El especta-
dor sigue con la mayor ansiedad
los absorbentes episodios de este
Inslito safari, que principia
cuando una bella mujer logra
sobornar con su dinero la opo-
sicin de un valeroso cazador
blanco para que dirija la expe-
dicin.
Deborah Kerr, la actriz de
cabellera rojiza y tez alabastri-
na, encarna a la tentadora,
mientras que el apuesto Ste-
ward Granger personifica al
gua. Juntos sucumben a un
amor que les est vedado, en
el corazn de una tierra hostil
donde buscan ansiosamente fa-
bulosos tesoros.
, -i -i i-r
"Las Minas del Rey Salomn"
es una Inolvidable aventura lle-
na de romanticismo. En ella en-
contrar el ms ameno y a-
bundante entretenimiento... Un
tesoro de emociones para Jve-
nes y viejos!
Cuando lave iu excusado, o I
pito, desinfctele* agregando
LYSOL al agua. Ponga iVi
cucharadas de LYSOL en cada (
litros de agua. LYSOL extermina
loa microbios y es desodorante.
LYSOL es el desinfectante
concentrado, de accin
jabonosa, que desinfecta
y limpia a la ves.
. H ,.., I ..*
Duplica L U.
cas, granjas y minas estn pro-
duciendo, son para la protec-
cin y preservacin de nuestra
liberta". "La velocidad con que
hemos sido capaces de refor-
zar nuestras defensas, deben
ser una fuente de inspiracin y
animacin a todos los hom-
bres en todo el mundo que a-
man la libertad".
Al mismo tiempo Truman pi-
di apoyo del pblico y el Con-
greso para reforzar an ms el
podero armado de los Estados
Unidos.
Dijo a Marshall que l et
confiado en que el Departamen-
to de Defensa "continuar au-
mentando el podero que nece-
sitamos con el apoyo annlme
del Congreso y el pueblo ame-
ricano".
Hasta el presente la metra
de las fuerzas armadas es e
3,462,000, hombres, cuyo total
se espera conseguir tan pron-
o como sea posible despus del
30 de Junio.
confie
en llantas
ATLAS
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palabra EN0P
SABE USTED que ENO
slivar pesadez y cansancio,
refrescar sus facultades
mentales y fui cas, y actuar
como un tnico refrescante
y vigorizante ?
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'SAL DE FRUTA' EN0
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PAGINA DIEZ
' tf. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MARZO *, 1M1
nv
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"Del Cielo Vengo" es una de
las mejores comedias del ao
Durante muchos aos los tea-
tros- -de Broadway tostuvjeron
en sus carteleras la maravillo-
sa comedia "Del Cielo Vengo"
lTas-Heaven Salce), y su autor,
Harry Setall. quien al escribirla
jno le dl tanta Importancia, le
..el primero en sorprenderse del
.xito formidable de su obra,
xito que. se traduca, noche a
i noche, en un torrente de dlo-
J ero para sus bolsillos.
"La rabn de por qu "Del
{Cielo Vengo", la comedia de
Harry Began es tan del aralo
de las mujeres, es porque fee
Ball, sin quererlo quizs expre-
samente, ha sintetizado en su
comedia lo que constituye la
de la mujer: el anhelo de un
hijo. Lo que hace que las mu-
jeres gusten de esta precios-
sima comedia no es, como aca-
so puede ser para los hombres,
sus escenas ms o menos Jo-
cosas, sus Instantes dlflclle, las
situaciones angustiosas en que
e ven los dos ngeles que han
venido expresamente del cielo
para dar colocacin en dos ho-
gares al alma de dos nios que
anhelan unos padres en este
I mundo, no; la razn se en-
' cuentra adems, en un hecho
' que, acaso, pase inadvertido pa-
ra la Inmensa mayora la co-
media, el amor de los espo-
ses, destacados artistas, consa-

TROPICAL
HOY!
EL MEJOR E8PECTACULO DE BALLET VISTO A
TRAVS DE LA PANTALLA!
"EL ESPECTRO DE LA ROSA"
con -
n JUDITH ANDERSON MICHAEL CHEKHOV
Una pelcula llena de emocin y de exquisitos bailes!
MAN'NA GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
tntum rana end vktm tuu present
Los Piratas de Capri
?

LOUIS HAYWARD
BINNIE BARNES ALAN CURTIS MIKHAIL RASUMNY RUDOLPH SERATO
.MARIELLA LOTTI
o imtsooucin
mayor y ms grande aspiracin
grados ambos a su arte de las
tablas, solamente alcanza de su
mxima y verdadera culmina-
cin cuando ella, al manifes-
tar un antojo, despierta en el
la sospecha de que ella se en-
cuentra en estado Interesante y
de que, por fin, el hijo secre-
tamente anhelado tanto por l
como por ella, va a venir".
Cuando Lydla Simpson publi-
c su estudio pslcoanalitlco so-
bre la comedia, los pblicos es-
tuvieron conformes con sus a-
severaclones, y, desde entonces
la "20th Century Fox" empez
a recibir millones de cartas so-
licitndole que llevara a la pan-
talla la chistossima comeda.
La "20th Century Fox" com-
prendi la conveniencia de sa-
tisfacer a su pblico y. al cabo
de poco tiempo encomend la
produccin de la misma a Wi-
lliam Perlberg, bajo la brillan-
te direccin de George Beaton,
quien busc la combinacin de
Clifton Webb y de Edmund
Gwenn para que representaran
los papeles de ngeles y a Joan
Bennett y Robert Cummlngs
para el papel de los esposos
poco avenidos que se convier-
ten en dos enyuges amantisl-
mos en cuanto el hijo secre-
tamente anhelado anuncia su
prxima llegada. En esta forma
y con tan selecto elenco se
procedi a filmar la pelcula
que. para sorpresa de sus pro-
ductores, se mantuvo doce se-
manas consecutivas en la car-
telera de su teatro de estreno
en la ciudad de Nueva York.
RadO
PANAMERICANA
HOT MIRCOLES
P.M.
3:00 Melodas de Venezuela
3.15 Una Mujer Sin Unportan-
ca. Dramatization.
3: SC El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Msica tpica
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Solos de plano
4:30 Peticiones
8.00 Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valdcs
0:15 Msica escogida
6:30 Filigranas Musicales
6:45 Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga.
7:15 El Caballero de Varona
Dramatlzacin "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Aceln"
7:45 Donde el Rio Nace
Dramatlzacin.
8:00 La Mucura de Oro
Pro*. Lucky Strike
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Favoritos americanos
9:00 Figuras de la Pasin del
Seor. "Mara Cleofas" de
la B.B.C. No. 7
9:30 Msica exquisita
9:45 Acordes porteos
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 El Cancionero Nocturnal
11:00 Buenas Noches
Toda una poa de la vida
espaola, de hace cuatro siglos.
con au Ideal caballeresco, su
pompa imperial y su pujanza
guerrera asoma a la pantalla
con grandiosidad casi increble
en la magnifica pelcula de Pro-
ducciones Caldern "San Igna-
cio de Loyola", que distribuida
por Columbia Pictures se estre-
nar el Jueves en el Teatro
Variedades.
En la realizacin de esta obra
ejemplar no se ha regateado
nada. Todo en ella es extraor-
dinario, desde la figura cuya
vida se reproduce hasta los ar-
tistas que la interpretan, pa-
sando por los autores del argu-
mento, la escenografa, el ves-
HOY PRESIDENTE
A laS 8:30 p.m. \Precios:-B.0.75y0.40
PRESENTACIN EN ESCENA
DEL DRAMA SACRO
.'SBADO PRE ESTRENO A LAS 11:00 P. M.
"LA MUERTA ENAMORADA"
con
James Mason Margaret Lockwocd Barbara Mullen
LA PASIN DE CRISTO
tuarlo, etc.
Con exquisita propiedad y
ms alto costo, previo asesora
miento competente, se crearor
los figurines y se confeccio-
n la ropa de poca que viste
los centenares de artistas
extras que intervienen en la rr
presentacin. Incluso los teji-
dos usados en la antlgedac
fueron Imitados a la mayor per-
feccin, de forma que al ver
aparecen a Iigo de Loyolr
Dortando armas de capitn, la
Ilusin de la realidad es per-
fecta. As visti y ese porte tu-
vo en Su tiempo el oue ms tar-
de haba de ser Fundador y
Santo.
El hombre de mundo, el ca-
pitn que pele con sin Igual
denuedo, y el religioso que de-
dic su vida a la propagacin
do la fe cristiana ha sido ad-
mirablemente Interpretado por
el artista de ms fama del cine
hispano: Rafael Duran. Y esta
es *ln duda, su mejor pelcula.
MAANA JL'EVET
A.M. .
6.00 Buenos Dias
6:03 Despertador Musical
6.30 Noticiero
7:00 Selecciones con Morton
Gould.
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Compositores
Norteamericanos
8:30 Estrellas'de la msica
9.00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Sala de conciertos
11: Orquesta Sinfnica de NBC
FJL
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos oe rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
IjP" -T de los grandes
maestros.
2:. Schlweltzer
( '.-.lista.
3:00 Fray os Mojlca y
Salvador Muoz.
CON TODA PROPIEDAD Y CONCIENCIA DE LA IMPORTANCIA
DE LA REPRESENTACIN!... A TODO LUJO Y CON MAS DE 65
ACTORES NACIONALES DE8FILARA ANTE SUS OJOS LA VIDA,
PASIN Y MUERTE DEL REDENTOR UNIVERSAL!...
ELDORADO
MAANA!
EL CALVARIO
' DE UNA
MADRE
(NUEVA VERSION DE
MADRE QUERIDA)
Quin no ha recordado con
amor los santos desvelos de
fui madre...!
//
y*W

Una exaltacin de amor fi-
lial, basada en lo mejor de
nuestros corazones!...
VALA UD. Y LLEVE A
LOS SUYOS!
Es una pelcula para todos!
Otra seleccin de ELDORADO
que ser el xito de Semana
Santa___
iMOICflADE.
ffAWEvAIf1.J
Aire-Acondicionado
MAANA
ESTRENO!
HOY TEATROS LUX y CECILIA
i-
PRIMERA
EXHIBICIN ESPECIAL
DE ESTA MARAVILLOSA
PELCULA DOCUMENTAL!
Como si fueran
a Roma y
presenciaran
toda la grandeza
\- espiritual de
la Santa Madre Iglesia
20tk Ctnlury.Fox
presente
AO
ANTO
ADEMAS:
La apasionante historia de un noble que cambi suS
lujosas vestiduras por los andrajos del peregrino!
RAFAEL
DURAN
&*?.
**&
(En el TEATRO LUX)
Un Cinedrama
Conmovedor!
"LAS LLAVES DEL
REINO"
(Keys of The Kingdom)
con
GREGORY PECK
Thomas Mtchell Vincent
Price Edmund Gween
Roddv McDowal Sir Cedrie
Hardwlcke
ALFIIOO DC MOIA
SrW.ci. p.' iOMUND UK
3ir,l4. per ANTHONY MOTO
PitMede I VstlMne
UMHllainlt *l "> Pee-
ill. i I < ! DiHt<'"
9 presenta con una pelcula
distinta en cada teatrol
MAANA LLEGA "HARVEY" al LUX y CECILIA!
.ADEMAS:
(En el TEATRO CECILIA)
FRAY GUADALUPE '
mejor conocido como
JOS MOJICA
en la pelcula que seal
su destino
"LA CRUZ y LA ESPADA"
Oiga la vos prodigiosa de Mo-
Jlca en este gran drama de t'
QdUL^Oi^u
MAANA
Una Comedia Colosal!...
UN NGEL ULTIMO
MODELO!
Que baila rumba y toca el
"Bo?gie Woggle" en su Arpa!
r
Ys"
Una pelcula do
PROD. CALDERN. S. A.
Diat. por
C9fcVMPli.l>1CTW,
OS
mw
m^f
wmSL
notniumu oanxuMii
"S-i.5
"harvey*
psotaonizada ros
SE ESTRENA SIMULTNEAMENTE
EN 60 PASES ESTA SEMANA!
in EN PANAMA '
ESTRENO MAANA
[LUX y CECILIA
Tambin en 1
TEATRO REX
(Da Coln)
La deliciosa Vida
/incusos hechos
4* Owood P.DowJ
.. sus sisaras amitos
y re isrislUe
eopsstaiero!
James STEWSRT
jt^
or. JOSEPHINE HUH cuna hu * muni
JBSIWHTI YKTWUA B0WE WaUiCX PM y PKCY DOW
D* te obra ttatral o* rsn el .Prsele Full tur escrita sor
MARY CHASE y predaeMa per saoot rsarasero
Adaptad** de ua crabs y osea* seooner Frodaeidj
por jorn ssck DIrlaid, por HENRY KOSTEB
PELCULA uWVEMAL-rNTEluVATIONAL
BELLA VISTA
UNA ROMNTICA COMEDIA MUSICAL
EN TECNICOLOR I
June HAVER Gordon MacRAE, en
"MELODA DEL CORAZN"
TEATRO LUX
Una Pelcula
Conmovedora I
GRF.GORV
PECK
en
Las Llaves
del Reino
,......_^.o.. ESPECIAL!
Todn la Grande Espiritual da
la Santa Madre Iglesia I
/'
EL AO SANTO
ii
CENTRAL
Douglas FAIRBANKS Jr.
Helen CARTER, en
"Espada y Corazn'
AVENTURAS I

TRAICIN I
VENGANZA
- y -
AMOROS I
TEATRO CECILIA colosal prooramai
Exhibicin Espacial de Una
Gran Obra Documentan
"EL AO SANTO" ^
(Filmada ,en .Roma > /
. / ... -JOSI MOJICA
>' en la pelcula que seralo
.....su destino I
*IA CRUZ Y LA
ESPADA"
VARIEDADES
A laa 5(00 y :30 r/.m.
WAHOO! Premio da Ora
B.Ht.Oe
Adems: Un Soberbio Dobla I
CLAUDBTTE COLBERT
Robert Ryan, en
"LOCURA"
Law AYRES Teresa WRIGHT
- an -
"CAPTURA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Air* Acondicionado
COLOSAL dobla PROGRAMA I
William Holden Nancy
Olson, en
"DE MALA ENTRASA"
Ademas: -
Joel MsCraa Francis
Dee. en
"TJna Nacin en Marcha"
ff PRESIDENTE
ULTIMO DA I
FUNCIN TEATRAL I
DramatUacln da la Otra
"La Pasin de Cristo"
Por Artista Panameos 1
Precia: .U
DESDE JUEVESI
Vctor Parra Lilla Sal Valle
LA FE EN DIOS"
//
TEATRO TIVOLI
da de banco i
B.lM.ee a las I y t pea.
Errol Flynn. en
ROBIN MOOD"
Humphrey Bogart. en
UNA NOCHE INTERMINABLE:.
TEATRO IRIS
MacDonald Carey, en
"INTOLERANCIA"
Alan Ladd Dorothy
Lamour, en
"LA ML'JER DI8PUTADA"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Sensacional Doble Programa I
Montgomery Cllft. en
SUCEDI EN BERLIN"
- Adems:
Jeanne Craln. en
"REGRESO A LA VIDA"
^^^^^^llmmliukiei^^^
TEATRO EDISON
Dana Andrews, en
"FIEL A TU RECUERDO"
Robert Sterlln, en
"SENDERO DI AMOR
CINE HISPANO
A PETICIN GENERAL!
Amalla Afullar Reaertes. ea
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
Emilio Tuero, en
"QUINTO PATIO"___
VICTORIA
Comienza la Serle]
"FLASH GORDON
INVADE A MARTE"
Episodios: 1-2 y 1
- Adems: -
DOS PELCULAS I _
PACIFICO
Joaeph Collen, en
"NO LLORES MAS
MI AMOR"
John Wayne, en
"" TOJCIBLE"
VISTERMOSA
Ida Lupino, en
"ULTRAJE"
- Adems: -
Alexander Knox, en
"EL JUEZ SE
ENAMORA"
APOLO
"Filete qn Suave"
| Una Galleaa asi MeJrieo
ROOSEVELT
Aurora Bautista, en
"LOCURA DE
AMOS"
- Ad*m4i*
-MATRIMONIO T
MORTAJA"
SBADO I
FUNCIN DE
IOEAL
NOCHE DI BANCO I
Deborah Kerr, aa
TBB i_.
PRETENDIENTES"