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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-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AH WMBTOMU^fB^feLT KEWSPAIW
Panama Amcricati
"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Allies Continue Rolling North To Parallel
Soviet Troops
Said Massing
On Iran Border
TEHERAN, Mar.-22 (UP) Soviet troops hove been
moving along the Iranian border and all Russian frontier
posts have been at least doubled in the past few weeks,
according to reports reaching here.
Travellers from Azerbaijan province which borders on
the Soviet Union said the Russians are drilling fugitive
Iranians including Communist troops who fled from Iran
when the central government overthrew the Soviet puppet
p^k.wnri wmnimm in Azerbai an in 1946.
Senate Hearings May Force
Resignation of Envoy O'Dwyer
Peshewari regime in Azerba
These reports, coupled with the
sudden stiffening In tone of the
Moscow and Baku radio stations,
have heightened the tension In
this Iranian capital which Is al-
ready under martial law.
The Soviet radio stations sott-
ened thetr tone after the Soviet-
Iran trade pact was signed, and
after Iran banned Voice of Am-
erica and British Broadcasting
Corporation programs.
But since the Mar. 7 assassin-
ation of Premier AH Razmara
and the appointment of ex-Am-
bassador t5 the United States
Hussein Ala as his replacement,
the Russia broadcasts have re-
turned their old vitriolic tone.
In Teheran, there are fears
eat if the British move In troops
protect the British controlled
oilfields which Iran's Parlia-
ment nationalized las> week,
Russians counter moves might
lead to Iran becoming a battle-
ground in a new world war.
Though westerners predict an
eruption, Teheran is calm on the
surface. 8trong army and police
forces supported by tanks guard
strategic thoroughfares.
Meanwhile hi London Inform-
ed quarters said the United
States, Britain and France may
shortly discuss associating Iran
with North Atlantic Pact defense
plans. There was no question of
Iranian membership In the pact
Bicycle Thief
Picks Victims
organization. The proposal stem- . _. \l/_||
med from the need for "a cons- Not I 00 Well
Insurance Firms
Ordered To Leave
Credit Union Bldg.
Two Insurance companies which
have been operating in the Bal-
boa office of the Canal Zone Cre-
dit Union have been ordered to
vacate the building on April 1,
The Panama American confirm-
ed today.
Also to leave the building on
the same date is the mother-i:i-
law of Credit Union Director, W.
J. Llerman, herself not an em-
ploye of the Credit Union.
A decision that the Insurance
companies and the tenant vacate
was made at a recent meetln? of
the Credit Union's directors. The
action was inaccordance with the
Union's agreement with The Pa-
(Continued on Page 6, Column 4)
NEW YORK, Mar. 22 (UP) '
Local hearings of the Kefauver.
Senate Committee investigating
possible connections between the
underworld and political figures
resulted today In the forced re-
signation of one city official.
The press speculated that there
would be a demand for "the re-
signation of ex-Mayor William
O'Dwyer as United States Ambas-
sador to Mexico.
James J. Moran, friend and
political protege of O'Dwyer, to-
day bowed to an ultimatum from
Mayor Vincent Impellitteri and
left his lifetiime post as Water
Commissioner.
O'Dwyer appointed Moran to
office just before resigning as
mayor to accept his Mexican
post.
The Kefauver hearings have
resulted in one of New York's big-
gest political scandals involving
present and former officials of
the Democratic Party organiza-
tion known as Tammany Hall,
and underworld characters In-
cluding the reputed chief of a
nationwide crime syndicate
Frank Costello.
Moran resigned after Impellit-
teri demanded he quit or be dis-
charged. In testimony before the
committee John Crane, president
of the Uniformed Firemen's As-
sociation, said he gave a series of
money and gifts totalling $55.000
to Moran as political contribu-
tions and goodwill gifts during
Moran's tenure as deputy fire
commissioner In O'Dwyer's ad-
ministration. Crane also testified
that he gave $10,000 to O'Dwyer.
Both Moran and O'Dwyer de-
nied the charges. However, Mo-
ran in resigning made no men-
WILLIAM J. O'DWYER, ex-mayor of New York and present
United States Ambassador to Mexico, pictured giving the Sen-
ate Crime Investigating Committee testimony which may lead
to demands for his recall from his Mexico City post. The
New York Times reports Tammany Hall officials as *a-
inr O'Dwyer washed up and certain to face resignation de-
mands, following admissions that while mayor he appointed
gangsters' friends to City posts.
French Demand
Rail Strikers
Make Food Runs
PARIS. Mar. 22 (UP) The
French Oovernment cancelled all
army and police leave today as a
nationwide general strike of rail-
road workers paralyzed the coun-
try's transport system.
The government will start
sending out at once requisition
orders to 40,000 key rallwaymen
as a first step toward keeping vit-
al food supplies moving Into Pa-
ris and other major cities.
Requisition orders are deliver-
ed Individually by the police, and
any worker disobeying them au-
tomatically makes himself liable
to a heavy fine and prison sen-
tence.
Nearly 500,000 workers were es-
timated idle as the nationwide
rail strike plunged France Into
her worst labor front crisis for
more than two years.
The strike began midnight on
orders from the Socialist Work-
ers' Force Union for a 48-hour
national stoppage.
The official strike call was is-
sued only after local Communist-
sponsored walkouts had tied up
more and more of the nation's
railroads In the preceding two
days.
Red Resistance
Increases But
UN Still Gains
TOKYO,'Mar. 22 (UP) United Nations forces roll-
ed closer to the 38th parallel today, meeting their heaviest
resistance from entrenched Chinese Communists less than
four miles from the border, north of reoccupied Chunchon.
Even this resistance has been pushed aside and the
steady northward advance towards tactical objectives been
resumed.
The 5th Air Force flew its 100,000th effective sortie
of the Korean War today.
clous policy for securing the im-
mense resources arou.id the Per-
sian Gulf."
Iran could have the same sort
of association with the organi-
zation as did Greece and Tur-
One source said: "The argu-
ment is that defense grouping
proper for the Near and Middle
East cannot'be In the Mediter-
ranean but In the Persian Gulf
area.
"In southwest Asia there is no
country producing oil in subs-
tantial quantity which has not a
coastline on the Persian Gulf.
"None of the oil sources is
round the Mediterranean."
Balboa Tides
High Low
J: 36 a.m. 14.7 ft. 9:57 a.m. -0.2 ft.
3:54 p.m. 15.6 ft. 10:17 p.m. -0.7 ft.
Stealing a bike belonging to
the son of a Canal Zone police
captain wasn't such a smart
thing for 18-year-old Agustn
Zulga to have done. Zuiga
found that out this mornine
when he was sentenced to 30
days In jail for the theft.
Ever since the bicycle disap-
peared from under his ManRO
Street House in Balboa, late
last month, young John Turner
had been combing the town for
it. He recognized a part here,
another part there. Detective?
located the boys who had the
parts, found the youngsters
who had bought them.
Yesterday in Panama City,
Zulga, the purveyor of the
split-up bicycle was arrested.
Today he made no attempt to
deny the theft. All but a cou-
ple parts have been recovered.
tlon of the charges against him,
saying he was resigning "with a
stomach that can no longer di-
gest hypocrisies of so-called poli-
ticians." '
MeanwhUo, Gov. Thomas E-
Dewey, who won fame as a racket
buster, refused to testify before
the committee and charged Ke- -
fauver with making a "dlscourt-: (Continued on Page 6, Col
eous personal" attack against1
him.
tele-
offlclals in jail," Dewey
graphed the chairman.
"I now understand you indi-
cate no Interest in my opinion
but that you wish to know about
gainbllhg conducted in the city of
Saratoga Springs during the rac-
ing season.'
James C. Hagerty, the govern-
In a bitterly-worded telegram
to Kefauver. the New York gov-
ernor said the group apparently
was not Interested In the knowl-
edge about gangland he had
gained as a racket-buster.
"When I received your Invita-
tion, I assumed that you wished
my opinion concerning organized
Balboa Pool Will
Be Opened In April
Local Legionnaires
Planning to Set Up
'Boys' Stale' Here
A Boys' State, similar to the
Girls' State held here for the past
two years, is being planned by the
local American Legion, Depart-
ment Commander Hans Pedersen
told The Panam American this
week.
Details of the first C. Z. Boys'
State are now being worked ou*.
It will be held, under the aus-
pices of the Legion, at the end of
the current school year. Girls'
State will be held this year about
the same time.
To date, the Gamboa Civic
Council and the Masters. Mates
& Pilots group had each agreed
to sponsor a boy for the week to
Qinro thp Bnvs' Rtflto nrnrrm n
was started In 1835 mora toan Improvement of sanitary fea- available, and when.
Mm bnvs throEhout the tures' wl" rePen about APrU /' McFarland said Eisenhower
??.-?22 &?L lo"BKr JJin It was announced today at Bal- aooarently believes he
boa Heights.
The construction work Is fin-
'Ike' Won'l Commit
Any U.S. Troops
Until Senate Acts
WASHINGTON, Mar. 22 (UP)
_ General Dwlght D. Elsen-
crmeK'snceTsp~ent' many years hower has refused to pledge a
of my life successfully putting top single United States soldier to
gangsters, racketeers and corrupt the Atlantic Pact Army pending
-------------------------------------------- the outcome of the present sen-
t debate, Senate Democratic
leader Ernest W. McFarland told
newsmen today.
He said Elsenhower has re-
stricted his functions at At-
lantic Pact commander to orga-
nizing his staff, and has rebuf-
The Balboa swimming pool. t fed all Inquiries from other At-
whlch has b,%en closed three lantic Pact nations at to what
months for Modernization and united States forces will be
United States have been given
this tralnihg in civic government,
L^r.Vh.ah ^hwn\e khed and tests are now being
Z?K?*}&I5?E?' made on the new chlorinating
High School PTA's
To Decide Own Fate
Members of the Balboa Junior- community with prospects of
Senior High School PTA will be further improvement In the
asked next Tuesday night to next few years and conditions
decide whether to continue the conducive to the restoration r>f
PTA In Balboa. a happy, prosperous and ln-
The question will be present- dustriou3 spirit,
ed at a meeting to be. held in the. The agenda set up for the
High School Library, PTA Pres- business meeting was announced
ldent Dr. Norman Elton an- as follows:
nounced. Before the business Should the PTA be continued
meeting the two High School as an active organization?
student counsellors. Miss Marie If it Is so decided, the follow -
Wier and Cecil L. Munden, will lng matters will be acted on: ap-
present a program on Individual pointment of a committee for
student counselling activities, amendment of the constitution
This program is expected to be and by-laws; and nomination of
of oustanding interest to all pa- officers from the floor for the
rfnts coming year.
If It is decided to inactive
In announcing the subject of the PTA, the following will De
the business meeting, Dr. Blton considered: appointment of an
said that continuance of the Interim committee to represent
PTA is a subject which must be the organization until It re-
considered critically by all pa- activates; and allocation of
rents and teachers. Although in- funds from the treasury to the
terest apparently has diminish- Junior ROTC to perpetuate the
ed during the past few months, awards to that organization for
there still are many reasons why at least five years,
toe organization should con- As the meeting will involve
tlnue he pointed out. discussion of an immediate
Dr 'Elton commented that the crisis in toe survival of this
PTA Is not the only local orga- organization, all parents
nUatlon to feel the results of whether registered members of
apparent lethargy on the part the PTA or not are urged to
of Zonlans. and that the Canal attend and express their views,
Zone ! still a highly desirable Col. Elton added.
selected for leadership qualities.
Each State is organized Into
cities and counties, with two po-
litical parties. The boys adopt
platforms, nominate candidates,
and elect their government offi-
cials. They set up their own state
legislature, courts and law-en-
and water circulation system In-
stalled.
The pool has been resurfaced
with light green ceramic tile with
racing and depth line markings
In black tile. New overflow gut-
ter sections and buff tone curb
have also been Installed. The wa-
apparently
to proceed beyond this point till
the present Senate controversy
is resolved by a decisive vote.
Till then he is working under
a heavy handicap.
McFarland said this Informa-
tion came front State and De-
fense Department officials In
close touch with Elsenhower's
headquarters near Paris.
The senate will vote Apr. 2
'Graves' Men Flown
To (ocle del Norte
On Bone-Inspection
Two representatives of the
Army were flown today to the At-
lantic side jungles where they
will spend the next few days In
an attempt to locate the remain-
der of a skeleton, part of which
was found Feb. 22 by a party of
rubber huhters.
The two Army representatives,
Lt. M. R. Wagner, of the Graves
Registration Service at Fort Am-
ador, and Sgt. Mark K. Logan,
were flown to Code del Norte by
an Air Force helicopter. The
plane, piloted by Capt. John F.
Miller and carrying Sgt. Philip
Moore as crew chief, took off from
Albrook at 6:20 a.m. arid return-
ed at 9:30.
At Code del Norte, the two
Army men were met by the Pan-
amanians who had found the
skeleton. The group will go up
an unnamed river to the location
where the bones were found.
They will try to find the rest of
the skeleton and any other .thing
such as articles of clothing or
filane partswhich can serve as
dentlflcatlon.
At least one Air Force pilot. Lt.
George McClung, disappeared In
this area over five years ago. His
body was never found, although
an armed service search was con-
ducted at once and his parents
made an extensive search them-
U. S. Protests
As Bullets Hit
Berlin Trains
BONN, Mar. 22 (UP). The
United States protested to Rus-
sia today against six attacks on
United States military trains
passing through the Soviet zone
of Germany to and from Ber-
lin.
i During one attack a bullet
was fired through the door of
a coach. The protest said the
bullet was fired into a United
States passenger train while lt
was passing Russian troops bar-
racks in toe Soviet zone town
of Marienborn Mar. 9. The shot
came from the side of the
tracks where the barracks were.
The protest enumerated five
Instances in which groups of
German adults and children,
under the apparent direction of
Soviet officers, have marched on
other United States military
passenger trains halted at Mag- and Yonghung.
deberg in the Soviet zone.
Light scattered Red resistance-
was reported by United Nations
force all along the front, accord-
ing to an 8th Army communique.
The Chinese rearguard actions
were being fought by company-
sized units of around 150 men,
employing small arms, automatic
weapons and mortars.
Powerful United States tanle
oolumns, backed by shattering
artillery and air strikes, are roll-
ing over these Communists in a
slow but steady advance.
The Communists abandoned
several strongpolnts during the
night. Among them was Tomb-
stone Hill 15 miles east of Chun-
chon. Here each Communist sol-
dier had an individual pillbox,
covered on all sides and on top
with three feet of logs, dirt and
rocks, with a slot two Inches
high and a foot long through
which to fire his weapon. Only a
direct hit would knock him out.
During the previous two days
United States Infantrymen had
crawled on their bellies nearly a
mile up the slopes towards these,
positions, killing the Reds irs|
their holes as they advanced.
Superfortresses today dropoedi
200 tons of bombs on NoVth Ko-
rean supply centers of Kumchon
No Paper Tomorrow
There will be no Panam
American tomorrow in observ-
ance of Good Friday, which is a
legal holiday in Panam.
The paper will publish its
regalar edition on Saturday.
In Its first 100,000 sorties of
the Korean War the 5th Air
Force killed or wounded to I
equivalent of nine full strength!
Red divisions, destroyed approxl-i
mately 1,000 Red tanks, 11.000'
vehicles, 340 locomotives, 1,700
railway cars, 194 bridge, 1,0001
gun positions and 40,000 Red held
buildings.
CZ, RP To Survey Interior
For Forest Products, Foods
Of
forcement agencies, enwt ttelr J"^ resolutions approving the
.,i.. .nfnrrAt.hmi onrt im. wr circulation system Includes ,,,.>, nf fn,,r sririittnnal Uni-
own laws, enforce them, and sim-
ulate every function of state gov-
ernment.
Since 1948 the Legion has spon-
sored a Boys' Nation, held In
new pump and pipes.
Other changes include the pro-
vision of a larger shallow area at
one end of the pool for swimming
washlneto^Dc'^na^trende'd1^868 and vourfK children, and
5arepnresen^ Sffifi^bfiab a temporary
the Boys' States. Last year 86 boys e?!???aor lhe p001 have not Deen | veto over troops aid if a major-
t^ffl'HtahtKti Thf pool has been closed since lty of key congressional com-
tlon, July 21-27. Highlight of^the i Jan 8>~ mittees failed to agree with
It was built originally in 1916. Administration plans.__________
dispatch of four additional Unl
ted States divisions to Europe.
Desire for speedy action
prompted McFarland to advance
with three other Senators a
compromise proposal giving the
week was a visit to toe White
House.
AFGE Told Basis
For Test Case
On Income Tax
Origin of the contemplated
legal action to test the validity
of the present Income tax law
was outlined last night to about
75 members of the Pacific Side
AFGE by attorney Donald Mc-
Nevin. His law firm. Collins and
McNevln, Is undertaking to take
legal action either here or in
the Washington tax court on the
tax law.
More than 200 Zonlans have
already retained the law firm.
The AFGE lodge took no formal
action toward Joining In the law
suit, but the matter was refer-
red to the executive board for
recommendation.
Other business before last
night's meeting was election ol
J. R. deGrummond as a trustee
He replacps Groven Boban, re-
cently retired.
THE MAIL BOX
Box 132,
Gamboa, C.Z.
- Mar. 21, 1951
The Mail Box,
Panam American,
Dear Sir:
Enclosed is $2.25 for polio. I am nine years old.
And the children in our neighborhood had two shows
under my house.
We collected this amount of money. We would
like very much for you to forward it to the polio
fund for us.
Thank you,
SANDRA McKAY
(Editor's Note: The money Sandra enclosed, and
her original rfote, have been turned over to Ira L
Wright, Treasurer of the Canal Zone March of
Dimes).
Ramon E. Ehrman
Host to Newsmen
In RP Press Offj&
Ramn E. Ehrman, recently
appointed chief of the Panam
government office of Press and
Radio, was host at an Informal,
get-acquainted cocktail party
yesterday for the members of
the Isthmus' foreign correspon-
dents' fraternity.
Representatives of various for-
eign news services and maga-
zines attended the gathering
which was distinguished by the
presence of Minister of Govern-
ment and Justice Jos Clemente
de Obaldia. who took time off
from his multiple duties (he Is
also acting as Minister of Fin-
ance at the present time to be
with the newsmeri.
Ehrman told the group he had
called them together principally
to get acquainted and he stress-
ed that he and his office were
at the disposal of the foreign cor-
respondents, in any manner that
they might feel he could be of
assistance.
Present at the party were Luis
Carlos Noli and Alberto Mc-
' Geachv, of the Associated Press;
I Luis Bunting, of France Press:
Robert Lawler. of United Press;
IBrodle Burnham. of Internation-
al News Service; Miss Ruth
RlckarbV. of the New York
Times; Edward W. Scott, of the
National Broadcasting ComDany;
Arquimedes Fernndez. Of the
maeazlne Vision; William Forbls.
of Time Magazine; Carlos Ran-
gel, of La Nacin; Moiss Torrl-
jos, of La Estrella: Joseph Demp-
sev, of the United States Embas-
sy: and Capt Gordon Andrews
representing the Armed Services.
An Investigation of the pro-
curement possibilities of various
agriculture, dairy, meat and for-
Dlvision re-
the Commissary
quirements.
With the recent restriction on]
est products of the western pro- the Importation of meats fro:n|
vlnces of Panama from the Ca- countries where hoof-and-momr,
nal Zone to the Costa Rlcan bor- disease Is prevalent, new souices,
der will be made during the com- of supply of beef must be devel-,
ing two weeks by a group of re- oped a Canal spokesman said. ,
presentatlves from Panama ai-d Aside from this factor. Corn-,
the Canal Zone missary Division officials plan toi
The primary objective of the use chilled rather than frozen;
trlD will be to determine the p<-s- beef to the extent possible oe-
sibilities of increasing purchases cause of the general consumer
by the Canal of such local pro- preference. To do this, however,
ducts as fresh fruits and vegeta- will require a steady supply cf!
bles dairy products, lumber, cat- fattened beef ready for slaughter
tie 'rice, sugar, cattle feed and on a year-round basis
other produce A special check will be made in.
Members of the party will in- the principal areas producing.
Supply and Service Director
the Panama Canal; Dr. C. C. year when a similar Inspection
Clav .Manager of Mindl Dairy; trip was made to the Interior,
and Major B. N. Foiling, Veterm- The inspection party will al?0)
ary Advisor to the Minister of A- visit a number of the larger saw-
iriculture mllls l obtain data on the pros-
The inspection trip to the basic pectlve lumber supply for use in
agricultural industries in the Re- the major quarters construction
public follows one to adjacent program of the Canal Zone Central American Republics re- lng the next few years,
cently by Panama Canal repr- Arrangements for the tour
sentatives. The group will leave were made with the cooperaii-m
ear-v Monday by automobile and of the Ministry of Agriculture,
will return about,April 7. Commerce and Industry, and tha
A special investigation will be
made on the feasibility of pro-
curing finished steers for year-
round slaughter without the
requirement of areas for pas-
turage of cattle for slaughter
in the Canal Zone. Although
the Canal has followed a policy
of buying native beef In the
quantities obtainable over a
period of many years, it has
rarely been possible to obtain
an adequate supply of fattened
beef cattle on a year-round ba-
sis. This has required the use of
frozen beef as the mainstay of
United States Embassy In Pana-
ma .
The officials will visit the vn-
rlous dairies, ranches, lumoer
mllls and agricultural centers en
the following tentative schedule:
Monday. March 26, San Carla,
Anton and Aguadulce; Mar. 27,
Aguadulce and Divisa; Mar. .18,
Davlsa. Ocu and Santiago; Mai.
29 and 30. Remedios; Mar. 31 o
Apr. 3, David, Concepcin. El Ha-
to, Boquete and El Volcan; Apr.
4. Santiago and Divisa; Apr. 5 nnd
8 Chltr, Las Tablas and Pese;,
Apr. 7. Chltr and El Valle.


PAGE TWd
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
TERRY
CROWDED TARGET
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrives
New Orleans Service______________________Cristobal
\ i*
S.8. Levers Bend .............................March 15
S.S. Chirlqui ..................................Apr 2
S.S. Fiador Knot ................I..............April 9
S.S. Chirlqui...................................April 16
(Handlln fefctfctatct Chilled and General Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_________________Crit6bal
S.S. Cape Avlnof .......... ..................March 25
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................April
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................April 8
S.S. Cape Ann .................................April 22
FrcIrM Sailing! Weekly tram Havana la CrUrobal
Weekly Salllnii to Mew rock Lot Anfelaa, Ban r'canelsco, Seallle
Orrawlonal Sailing* lo New Ocleana and Mobile. .
(The Sleamen in IhU tervlre ace limited to twelve pasun(en)
reeuent Freight Sailing from CrUtobal to Weit Coaal Central America
Sails
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala________________Midnight
S.S. Chirlqui (Passenger Service Only)........April Z
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................April 16
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 29
DONALDSON LINE
S.S. CORRIENTES
SAILING ABOUT MARCH 30
FOR
LIVERPOOL
Excellent Accommodation Available.
APPLY
PAYNE & WARDLAW
BALBOA
Pacific Terminal Bide.
Phone 2-1258
CRISTOBAL
Masonic Terminal Bide.
Phone 3-1261
S.S. MCHALA
wiling for GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, and ARICA, Chile
March 26th.
Central cargo accepted.
TROPICAL FRUIT CO., S. A.
111 Terminal Bldg. Balboa, C.Z. Aol. 2-3537
All your coloured clothes are so
much brighter when washed
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Nienw Amsterdam
With 589 cruise passengers
aboard, the Holland America
Line's Nleuw Amsterdam docked
early today In Cristobal. She is
on the last of five cruises touch-
ing here this dry season.
A shore excursion which in-
cludes a train trip across the
Isthmus, sightseeing, shopping
and luncheon on the Pacific side
and a trip aboard the ferry Pres-
idente Porras through the Cut
has been arranged for the tour-
ists. The American Express (Boyd
Brothers) is handling the shore
excursion.
The 36,667-ton Nleuw Amster-
dam made her first dry season
cruise here this year on Dec. 27.
Other cruises were Jan. 27. Feb. 17
and Mar. 7. Her lightest previous
passenger list was 713, her larg-
est 795.
One more large cruise ship Is
scheduled for the current dry
season: the Empress of Scotland,
due April 1.
Panam Arriving
A total of 110 passengers, few
of them Canal and Railroad em-
ployes, Is due here Monday
aboard the S.S. Panam.
Senator Alexander Wiley of
Wisconsin and a number of mem-
bers of the House of Representa-
tives are listed on the advance
list:
Among the Canal employes are
Captain Benjamin A. Darden.
Police District Commander in
Balboa, and Mrs. Darden who
are returning from a vacation in
the United States.
The complete advance passen-
ger list of the Panam follows;
Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Advld N. Bayless, Rep. and
Mrs. John V. Beamer. Rep. and
Mrs. Undley Beckworth and four
children, John F. Budreau, Jos-
eph Carey, William Carpenter,
Cp. Anthony Cipriani, Mrs. Eve-
lyn A. Clapsaddle and three chil-
dren, Mrs. Helen B. Colin, Rep.
Jere Cooper, and Rep. and Mrs.
Carl T. Curtis and two children.
Capt. and Mrs. Benjamin A.
Darden, Mrs. Ethel C. Dasse, Sgt.
and Mrs. Frank Davis and son,
Rep. and Mrs. Isidore Dolllnger,
Mrs. Angeleno B. Engstran and
two children, George W. Fox, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel H. Olassman,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goldstein,
Hugh D. Hale, Rep. Cecil M. Har-
den and Mr. Frost R. Harden,
Mrs. Eva V. Hare. Rep. Louis B.
lift Up
Your Hearts'
(A Lenten feature of the Pa
naraa American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
THE MEANING OF THE
LAST SUPPER
"And aa they did eat, Jesus
took bread, and blessed and
break It, and rare to them, and
said: This Is my body.... this is
my blood___" Read St. Mark
14:12-25.
It was the first Maundy Thurs-
day "the same night in which he
was betrayed.'' that The Cross
was upon Him, and the disciples
did not yet seem to see what it
was all about. So Jesus took tiOM
extraordinary way to teach
them. As the bread was broken,
blessed and eaten, and the wine
blessed, and drunk; so His hody
and blood were offered to God
and made a sacrifice for the sins
of men, to become for men a new
bond between them and God.
As we draw near in Holy Com-
munion with our Blessed Lord, so
do we draw closer to our beloved
who are now absent from us.
"And now. O Father, mindful of
the Love That bought us, once lor
all on Calvary's tree,
And having with us him that
leads above, We here present,
we here spread forth to thee,
That only offering perfect In our
eyes, The one, true, pure,
immortal sacrifice.
"And then for those, our dearest
and our best, By this prevail-
ing presence we appeal;
O fold them closer to thy mercy's
breast! O do thine utmost for
their soul's true weal!
From tainting mischief keep
them white and clear,
And crown thy gifts wl|th
strength to persevere.
"And so we come; O draw us to
thy feet,
Most patient Saviour, who canst
love us still!
And by this food, so awful and so
sweet.
Deliver us from every touch of ill:
In thine own service make u
glad and free.
And grant us nevermore to pai*.
- with thee."
W.B.
Yes, the Sacrament of me
Cross, the partaking of the Brok-
en Body and the Blood of the
Lord, is the Christian way of
.liming the bond ourselves, ac-
cepting It In our own behalf, and
pledging ourselves by this Sacra-
ment to a life of service and sac-
rifice like His own. It calls us to
the faithful following of Christ
our Lord. "Draw >near wliii
faith!"
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XING SALMON!
MINES
Heller, Mrs. Heller and two chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. George Hill
and two children. Maurice Hoff-1
man. and Jacqueline B. Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb and
one child, Mr. and Mrs. J. Llon-
ello, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lowen-
tiial and two children. Marguer-
ite McClenaghan, PFC Edward L.
McNieve. Rep. and Mrs. Thaddeus
Maehrowlcs and two children,
Mrs. Louly Malea and four chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mar-
golis, Mrs. Helen Melbye, Rep.
and Mrs. William E. Miller. Rep.
and Mrs. Hugh B. Mitchell, and
Donald Morris.
Rep. and Mrs. Harold C. Oster-
tag, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pomer
and two children, Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Redmond, Rep. and Mrs.
R. Walter Riehlman and son,
Donald A. Rodberg, Mrs. Doris R.
Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Silver, Mrs. Mildred R. Somers,
Rep. and Mrs. William L. Spring-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Whvte
and son, Senator Alexander Wil-
ey, Mrs. Anna Wilson, nnd Rep.
and Mrs. Carl Albert and daugh-
ter.
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An expert hates to stake his
contract on a mere finesse when
any better chance is available.
South's play of the rather shaky
slam contract shown today is a
good example.
West opened the ten of hearts,
and dummy won with the king.
Declorer Immediately returned
dummy's low diamond.-Hls object
was to set up an additional dia-
mond trick, If possible, without
losing control of the suit.
East put up the king of dia-
monds at once and returned the
three of clubs. At this stage South
was sure of five hearts, thrpe
spades, two diamonds and a club.
A successful club finesse would
therefore give him the twelfth
trick.
Nevertheless, South put up the
ace of clubs, refusing the finesse.
He saw that he could eventually
try n finesse of dummy's ten of
spades for the twelfth trickand
one linesse was as good as an-
other. In the meantime, the Jack
of diamonds might drop: or per-
haps somebody would be squeez-
ed.
South's reasoning was quite
proper. The spade finesse would
have worked, If needed and the
club finesse would have lost. As
it happened, however, no fine-ase
was needed, since West- was
squeezed.
After taking the ace of clubs.
South cashed the queen and jack
of hearts. He next entered dum-
my with the ace of diamonds to
take the ace of hearts and the
last heart. On these cards, South
discarded two clubs, while West
discarded the Jack of clubs.
South got back to his hand with
the queen of spades to lead the
queen of diamonds. He hopsd
that the jack, would fall, bul it
didn't.
However. East had been forced
to abandon his clubs and one
spade in order to save the dia-
monds. West had to discard on
the diamond; and. since he could
not afford to release the king of
clubs, had to part with a spade.
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spades would drop, so he Just took
the top spades and made the ful-
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THURSDAY, MARCH M. 1951
TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE TMRO
First British A Bomb May Be
Tested on Eniwetok Atoll
RHL'MBA KING Xavier Cuiat and his songstress-heart-
beat, Abbe Lane, who will arrive in Panama tomorrow night
en route to Cali, Colombia, to join the orchestra leader's
band.
Cucat and Miss Lane are flying from Miami by PAA
(they are shown at the Miami airport) where they arrived
three days ago on for a short visit between appearances on
their current Latin-American tour.
The orchestra will appear in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colom-
bia and elsewhere before returning to New York In May to
appear on a television program. In Cali, Cugat may face a
duel, to which he was reportedly challenged by a Colombian
newspaperman.
Tough Job
PARIS, Mar. 22 (UP). It'i
haru won. comm.tung suiciue
the j days.
an founded dead in
his apartment left the fallow-
ing noie: "Yesterday I tried to
jump off the Eiffel Tower,
but someone stopped me.
"Today I tried to hang my-
self, but the rope broke four
times.
"Do you realize what hard
work this is?"
The rope worked the fifth
time.
Curundu Council
Plans Block Party
The Curundu Civic Conncil
will give a block party and
dance on April 13 from 8 to 12
p.m.
. Hugh Howard will provide the
entertainment for the party. It
will include his 12-plece Society
Orchestra, featuring Rudy
Gentle and his tenor sax, and a
I floor show, "Something to Sing
I About."
Starring in the show will be
Irish tenor Danny Cox, Harnett
and Dunn, dance team, Isaac
Ostrowlac, young local violinist
| and others.
Proceeds from the Block Party
I will be donated to the Red Cross
US Envoy lo Japan
Says Work Started
On Drafting Treaty
TOKYO, Mar. 22 (UP).Uni-
ted States Ambassador William
J. Sebald said here that work
has started on the draft of the
Japanese peace treaty, and that
satisfactory progress has been
made in working out the mat-
ter with other Allied nations.
Sebald returned here from
three weeks consultations In
Washington and issued the fol-
lowing statement: "I gathered a
distinct impression from all
quarters of satisfaction at the
progress which has so far been
made in the formulation of a
treaty of peace between Japan
and the Allied powers. Hope was
expressed on numerous oc-
casions that this momentum to-
wards peace would be main-
tained.
"When I left Washing-ton Am-
bassador John Foster Dulles was
hard at work drafting a pro-
posed text or the treaty em-
bodying concepts which he pub-
licly explained during his re-
cent visit to Japan, and taking
into consideration views obtain-
ed from his Informal talks with
diplomatic representatives of all
the Far East Council member
nations.
"We hope that 'it will be pos-
sible to obtain the concurrence
of the Allies to a speedy and
satisfactory conclusion to this
difficult problem."
after expenses have been de-
ducted. Other entertainment
will include door prizes, and
special food for children hot
dogs, ice cream, etc.
By JOSEPH L. MYLER
WASHINGTON, Mar. 22 (UP)
It is possible that the first
British atom bomb will be test-
ed at Eniwetok before summer is
over. If not there, perhaps in
Nevada.
The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion is now editing proposed
cnanges in the law whicn woulo
permit the resumption of the
United States British-Canadian
atom bomb partnership.
Meanwhile in London Inform-
ed quarters have said Britain is
on the verge of completing her
first atom bomb and is looking
for a suitable place to test it.
They have a testing ground in
Australia -*- but Australia is a
long way oft and it would take
precious time to prepare an
atom' bomb test there.
The United States maintains
a permanent proving ground at
Eniwetok, in the mid-Pacific,
and also had has a test site
where it recently exploded live
new atomic weapons on
Frenchman Flat in Southeast
Nevada.
The AEC disclosed that prepa-
rations for a new test program
are under way at Eniwetok. The
first experimental blast of the
nex test series Is expected soon,
perhaps in April.
Since these Eniwetok tes'i;
perhaps including the first at-
tempt to explode a hydrogen
"super bomb" are top secret,
the Atomic Energy Act of 1946
would have to be amended to let
the British participate In any
way.
This Act all but killed the
three nation partnership that
produced the atom bombs
which wrecked Hiroshima and
Nagasaki. The British, who fig-
ured they had a big stake in
the Jointly developed atom
bomb, did not like it when the
United States pulled out of the
partnership after the war.
Former AEC chairman David
E. Lllienthal told Congress May
1949 that United States secrecy
was causing bitterness among
wartime allies.
This was just a year before
the British disclosed plans to
make atom bombs of their own.
But they hoped for United
States cooperation, which was
not forthcoming, and Russia
beat Britain to the atomic
punch by exploding a test bomb
of her own in Sept. 1949.
. Efforts to revive full atomic
relations with Britain were
knocked on the head early in
Feb. 1950 by the disclosure that
British scientist Klaus Fuchs
had been keeping the Russians
up to date on Allied atomic
progress since 1945.
Then came the Harry Gold
avid Greenglass spy revela-
tions which helped to clear up
the mystery of how Russia hap-
pened togetthe atom bomb a
couple of years earlier than the
Western World thought ihei
could.
So the Western World was
forced to worry less about keep- ;
lng the atom bomb secret and
think more about maitaining;
and extending its atomic lead.
As AEC chairman Gordon Dean
said recently: "We think there
may be situations where It will
advantage the United States to
be able to trade some Informa-
tion in this field."
The British claim they have
a better atom bomb detonator
than the United States uses. If
they have it would "advantage
the United States" to acquire
it. Dean said he hoped to get
the proposed secrecy-relaxing
proposals before Congress In a
month.
Whether the necessary wheels
will turn In time to permit a
loint test of the British bomb
is anybody's guess. The AEC
won't even discuss the British
weapon or Its own, for that
matter.
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31 Earth goddess
32 Calcium
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35 Brain passage
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40 Chinese
measure
41 Ridicule;
47 Highway (ab. >
48 Worm
50 Philippine
knives
51 River In Asia
52 Unsophisti-
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64 Chinese fruits
56 Tart
57 Furtivenes*
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42 US Salesmen
Held in Havana
As Being 'Reds'
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Mar. 22
(UP). Some 42 salesmen re-
turned home here yesterday
from a trip to Havana and re-
ported that the Havana police
held them under arrest for more
than three hours because they
were suspected of being Com-
munists.
Members of the tour, who won
the trip to Cuba last week for
sales records, said they stopped
at a restaurant called Marino's
for a snack after a round of
night club visits when Cuban
police swarmed In and sur-
rounded them.
No one in the group could
speak Spanish but it became
apparent the police wanted to
take them to Jail.
The manager of the cafe, who
could speak some English, told
Trinity Methodist
Church In Colon
Announces Services
The following services have
been announced by the Trinity
Methodist Church. 7th Street
and Melendez. Colon.
Good Friday Service will com-
mence at noon conducted bv Rev
Norman Pratt. Minister. At 7:30
p.m.. the Church's choir will pre-
sent the sacred Cantata 'The C-;o-
ry of the Crucifixion' and the
Youno People's Department of
the Sunday School will rendt r
the play. The Trial of Judas Is-
carlot.' All are Invited to share in
this Lenten devotion.
them they were suspected of
being American Communists
who had come to Havana for a
secret meeting.
United States officials came
to their rescue and they were
released about 5 a.m.
99s
ANGELINS
179 Central Ave. Tel. 2-0358
,7/
Pedro Miguel Shoe,
Tailor Shops Are
Temporarily Moved
The shoe shop and tailor shop
Dreviously located In the Pedro
Miguel Clubhouse have been tem-
oorarllv moved Into the bachelor
quarters building. No. 184. on La-
garto Place during the demolition
and renovation work at the old
clubhouse building.
The two shops are to be moved
back to their former locations af-
ter the present work on the bath-
house is completed.
Pains in Back!
NERVOUS?
Rheumatic!
Wrong- food and drink, worry, over-
work, and frequent cold often put a
(train on too Kidney*, and Kidney and
Bladder troublaa may causa Kxceag
Acidity. Strong;. Cloudy Urine, Getting
hp Mrhte. Burning- Paaaagea, I.eg
Faina, Nervouaneea. Plizlneae. Swollen
Anklea, lEheuniatlam. Puffy Eyelid and
feeling old before your time. Help your
kldneya purify your blood with Cyatex.
Cyatex goe right to work helping your
kldneya 1 aya: 1. Clem na out polaonoua
acida i. Combata genne In the urinary
ayatem. 1. Soothea and raima Irritate]
tlaatiee. And thuayou quickly get on the
road to enjoying life again. Get Oyite*
from your druggie t today.
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The beit tomato sauce you can buy is Campbell's Tomato Soup,
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...table butter...delicate seasonings...to Campbell own famous
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TOMATO MIAT BAILS WITH HOODIES
1 pound ground beef
1 smell enion, chopped
1 teaspoon olt
% teaspoon thyme
Vi cup dry bread crumb
1 egg ilighrly beaten
Mia beef, onion, aalt, thyme, bread
crumb and egg together; form into 6
large or 12 imall ball. Combine oup
and water; heat to boiling point. Drop
1 con Campbell'! Tomato Soup
Vt cup water
1 tableipoon butter or margarine,
milled
1 6-aunc packog noodle,
cooked
mill ball into Campbell' Tomato
Soup; cover and let simmer about 50
minute. Add butter to noodle. Serve
meat ball with noodle*.
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ISTHMIAN DATA
MARRIAGE LICENSES
MAY, Henry Edward, Jr., 20,
of Balboa, to ENGELKE, Joyce
Anne. 18, of Gamboa.
SERRANO Ramon Rivera, 28.
of Albrook Field, formerly of
New York City, to ECHEVA-'
RRIA, 23, of Sacramento, Ca-
lifornia.
WHITLOCK, Charles Theodore, |
31, of Fort Kobbe, formerly of
Richmond,, Va., to O'NEILL,
Esther Cecilia, 31, of Cresson,
Pa.
SOBEY, Charles William. 29,
of Fort Kobbe, formerly of Ash-
land, Pa., to LISKA, Mary Ann,
31, of Miami, Fla.
BIRTHS
MULL ALLY, Lt. and Mrs.
Francis Joseph ,of Fort Kobbe,
daughter, Frances Margaret,
Mar. 13. Clayton Hospital.
POSTENSON, Cpl. and Mrs.
Jerold Robert, of Fort Clayton,
son, Jerold Robert, Jr., Mar. 15.
Clayton Hospital.
WILLIAM8, Col. and Mr3.
Robert, of Fort Amador, daugh-
ter, Sharon Marie, Mar. 15,
Clayton Hospital.
MILLER, Lt. and Mrs. John,
of Foft Clayton, daughter, Su-1
san Ann, Mar. 15, Clayton Hos-
pital.
TULLER, Pfc. and Mrs. Esraln,
daughter. Merci Luclen. Mar. 15,
Clayton Hospital.
EDGING, Sgt. and Mrs. Dallas,
of Fort Clayton, daughter, Jill
Diane, Mar. 17, Clayton Hos-
pital.
TENNISON, M-Sgt. and Mrs.
Albert, of Quarry Heights,
daughter. Patricia Arnez, Mar.
17, Clayton Hospital.
NORBY. Lt. and Mrs. Allen,
of Fort Clayton, daughter, Anna
Marie, Mar. 18, Clayton Hospital,
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Panama Holy Week Festivities
GO by comfortable bus to PENONOME,
STOP at lovely RIO MAR for lunch,
CONTINUE on to ANTON. to NATA. .
to see the oldest church in the Western
Hemisphere. End the tour at PENONO-
ME to see the Holy Procession.
TOUR leaves HOTEL EL PANAMA 10 A.M.
GOOD FRIDAY March 23r4.
12
00 eai.fi passenger
For RESERVATIONS:
"Phone Jungle Jim Panama 3-3344
or see your Travel Agent.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAJIT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH M, l5l

JOE
by
WILLIAMS
MIAMI BEACH.Putting one little word after another and
htlver befan" of the prince freeze? Joe Kennedy, a major
K em the old arbiter, was able to sit up Monday and punch
fhe b't will!Jocko onion, a young umpire he broke in year
bark. He still mighty sick, though.
For the first time since he became president pi the Ameri-
can League, the reticent Will Harrldge finds himself in the
leadlEa controevrsial subject. Its news when HarrldRe will
admit for Publication that Monday la Monday. Hence his sud-
de fulsome praise of Walter Mu bry. previously repudiated by
te club owners. 16-0. became all the more astounding. Over
he weekend I had conversations with two club owners one in
thl Ameilean the other in the National. They professed com-
plete incredulity at Harrldge's seeming attempt. tc.make!a.base-
ball personage of Chandlers aid. Said one: "Youd think he v. as
promoting the fellow for the commissioners office.
Kingflsh Levinsky. one of the world's M worst >>ewweishts.
met up with Gabe Paul, secretary of the Cincinnati Reds on the
beach the other day. "I know I'm punchy," mumbled the I
nshT-'bS what*"Our cuse?" A popular ..si, for the sport
mob here is knfwii as Delicate Franks, presumably because it
Z differe, from Sloppy Joe'.. The Dodgers' St. Patr ick ,Da,
.rlv at the Sea Gull was featured by Arthur Evans, the prop.,
'deling Yiddish songs. A post card from New MtTOM
Basketball needs is a change of Gards/' A fellowjvhos been on
the agon for eight months was asked If he misses the gay
my. "No," he said, "but I find myself wondering whatever be-
ram of all the witty men and beautiful women I ed
know/incidental intelligence: Down here .tripper are known
a peelers. g ,
You'll soon be hearing that Ezzard the Gizzard has been
matched with Joey Maxim for a June bout in Chicago and a
murn with the ancient Walcott in Pittsburgh In July On the
radioVe other night, Rocky Graziano. who K.O'ed Reube j0 s
here Monday, admonished the vouth of the community asJol
lows: "Be Rood
get growed up L_
but there is no limit to the possibilities
Asked by Morris McLemore, local sportL
owns his fancy home in Brooklyn. Mr Graziano beamed: Sure,
Its a classy spot. too. I'm the only hoodlum in the neighbor-
hood.-'
lOnQnY. Bullii'iiia'icu wi* -<.. w- --.^------------------- ..ni
lows "Be Rood kids and don't carry no rods and someday you 1
get growed up like me." admittedly, this is asking a great deal
?.. ?rf i. n limit to the possibilities of the American boy.
. local sports historian, if he
owns his fancy home in Brooklyn, Mr. J3razianoi beamed^
know Dei." she airily replied. Webb built Bufay'. fambling ca
tino in Las Vegas and took it over when the mobster came down
with the shorts. It was Webb who led the fight to oust Chand-
le!. Word has it. by the way. that Webb', long-time friend. Blng
Crosbv, has given him the brush. It seems they *"rreled over
jickie Jen*n. now with the Yankee. The Groaner thought he
had him for Pittsburgh, a team he has a piece or.
II
Because broadcaster Joe Cumiskey uggested basketball as
nlavedUWhe Garden was not always without taint promoter
Nd Irian had him barred from the mike at the National Invi-
tation Tournament. Or so a letter received here 'r0omoMJpCurnis-
i-ev complains. Upon what meat does this our Caesar feed that
he has; becometh so fat in the skull and arrogant in manner,
and how muTh longer do the stockholders of the Garden Intend
to countenance such churlish behavior? A bookmaker was say-
ine to me the other day: "The Garden has not only been run-
ninga gambling game but a crooked gambling game." which
just about sums it up. \
It was Chandler who maneuvered Col. L. 1. MaeGanjMJ*
nf he Yankees Now that there's to be a new deal hell prob-
ably find tnroo^Sea. The aforementioned Mulbry. who
Tropical Laundry
Wins Pacific Boys'
Club Hoop Tille
After dropping the Initial en-
counter of a three-game senes
for the Pacific Boys' Club cage ti-
tle, the Tropical Laundry quintet
made straight wins over the Hal-
cones to take the 1951 champion-
ship, maintaining their status in
the two-year-old league.
The final game of the season
was played before a capacity
crowd in the auditorium of the
Pacilic Clubhouse last Friday
night. The score was 34 to 2D.
Boil-, teams are to be lauded for
the fine cage technique display-
ed which kept spectators shout-
ing from start to finish. It was
not until late In the final quarter
of play that the Laundry squad
was able to pull away from their
opponents.
Based on the form displayed In
the lirst half of the season, il.e
Halcones appeared to be certain
of winning the championship.
The championship appeared .'ven
closer when they won the first
game of the 3-game series, but
the Halcones then slumped. The
Laundrvmen. on the other han;l,
were pre-season favorites to win
but finished fourth in the flr^t
half; their strong recovery, how-
ever, saw them complete the sea-
son as cage champions.
The Tropical Laundry line-up
was as follows: Terry Burns, Al-
fonso Smith. Edgar White. :u!s
Mena George Sealey. Manuel Ro-
mero.' Dick Weeks, Tomas Scott,
Albert Bclenfante (captain), anJ
Hubert Thompson (director.)
Navy Sport?
An underdog District Head-
quarters team turned In an upset
victory over the Naval Ammuni-
tion Depot last Saturday at Fort
Davis In the final round of play
for the 15th Naval District Golf
Championship. The victors over-
came a 12-strbke deficit on the
last day Of the tournament to
down the favored NAD. club by
14 strokes. 1442 to 1456.
Captain Arthur C. Wood spark-
ed the Headquarters four and
popped medalist honors by card-
ing a 317 for the 72-hole contest.
Commissaryman Third Class Her-
bert Busby of N.A.D.. who led the
field during the first three rounds
of play, turned in a 320 to take
second place.
PLAY BENEFIT GAME TONIGHT Looking quizzically at
the Army photographer Is the Atlantic Side team (Will we
win bv one run or two?i composed of service men of the
Army and Navy stationed at Fort Davis. Fort Gullck. and the
Coco Solo Naval Station who are scheduled to play th#>
Powell's team of the Canal Zone Amateur Baseball League
tonight at the Mt. Hope Stadium, for the benefit of the Red
Cross. Tickets for the game, which starts at 7:30 P.m.. cost
fifty cents each and are on sale at Fort Davis, Fort Gullck,
Coco Slito, Margarita. Cristobal. Gatun and Colon. ___
Front row. left to right: Cpl. Paul "Punchy Belment,
rni Aneel "Mickev Mouse" Flix. Jimmy Jack Barr. the bat-
5v tgu Donald "Sntoky" Smolka. and Sgt. Ellwodu "Woody"
Stafford. Back row: Captain A. B. Davidson, team manager
and Fort Gullck Red Cross Fund Drive Chairman. Cpl. Cole-
man "Ridge Runner" Sexton. Sgt. Edward "El Gran Hombre
Mann. Cpl. Joe "Kalmuck" Davis, and Sgt. Ralph "Flrebal '
Johnspn. By his lonesome in the third row Is Cpl Louis
"Honest Willie" Sexton who can^ pitch yBcah .bajebaU or
softball with equal facility.
Sergeant W. M. Northcutf.
(Official
Army Photo by
Panama Whips Colon 64
In First Game Of Series
S^s'to'bVtrytai tosei, himself to the club owners on a tour
.. .u. ..,... u..,i.id have you believe it wi the otner
of the camp, would have you believe n- w m ..
Sound' th'a" ^handler wa. disloyal to him. If that'.true a lot
1 of us would like to have more of the same. All Chandler did
. was to boost hi pay from $18.000 t0< $30.000.
Tonv Galento has London laughing like mad and you know
! what thev sav about the British sense of humor. The fishingto
exce lent off Key West and how Is Mr Truman doing with red
herring' The fact remains that some of us TV addicts still pre-
set Faye's neckline to Costlos hands. It has been suggested
that what basketball needs is a czar and we herewith nominate
Frank Erlckson. Chandler had many worries but the anUthlrd-
ferm amendment wasn't one of them. The Brooklyn strategy
this year is to plav for one run at a Ime :and you can guess
i whether the 11-1 whacking 8undav spells achievement or not.
The Pinocho team, champions
of the Panam Provincial Lea-
fue, last night drew first blood
n the three-game series with the
Colon champions. Mauricio, by
scoring a 6-4 victory at the Pan-
ama Olympic Stadium.
Jos "Chlmbele" Prez went
the route for the Panama rep-
resentatives. He scattered nine
hits and struck out eight bat-
ters. Colon's ace, Eric George,
was blasted for two homers In the
first Inning.
Cyril Adamson. a six-foot
three inch 190 pound giant,
came on for Mauricio In the sec-
ond and went the rest of the dis-
tance. Adamson gave up single
runs in the sixth and seventh in-
nings.
CORKING GOOD
Italian Swiss $>u>nV
LOOK YOUR BEST
Only eight of the eleven start-
ing teams finished the tourna-
ment, with the Naval Hospital,
Headquarters Communications,
and Summit Radio dropping out.
The team standings and scores
are as follows: District Head-
quarters. 1442: Naval Ammuni-
tion Depot, 1458; First Marine
Guard. 1477: Naval Station. Rod-
man. 1508; Naval Station, Coco
Solo, 1527; Farfan Radio, 1545;
USS Recovery. 1665; and Third
Marine Guard. 1793.
The low medalists, from which
will be chosen the team to repre-
sent the Navy in the coming In-
ter-Service Tournament, were:
Capt. A. C. Wood. Headquarters,
317; CS3 Herbert Busby. NAD.,
320- Major D. S. CaHaham. First
Marine Guard. 325: M-Sgt. J. W.
Cain. NAD.. 325: Lt. (jgi D. C.
Mandeville. Rodman Naval Sta-
tion, 352; Chief Aviation Machin-
ist's Mate R. L. Cantrell. Coco
Solo Naval Station. 357; Cpl. H.
M. McKenna. First Marine Ouard,
358 Lt. Charles Tufts. Rodman
Naval Station. 359; Lt ED. White.
Headquarters. 359; Radioman-
Seaman Apprentice D. L. Hamil-
ton. Headquarters Communica-
tions, 360.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
A registered ATA. shoot will
be held at the traps of the Balboa
Oun Club on Saturday afternoon.
The program -vlll consist of 25
sixteen-yard targets and 50 han-
dicap targets. The entry fee for
this shoot will be two dollars, with
five dollars added to the purse.
The purse will be divided via
the Lewis system, the number of
entries governing the number of
classes and the distribution of
the prize money.
Our Trap and Skeet manager
Is planning a number of regls-
Colon scored first, getting two
runs in their half of the first on
a base on balls to Carlos Magda-
leno, an error and Sylvester Mc-
Donald's single plus a wild pitch.
Panam came right back with
four in their halt of the first as
Julio Herrera greeted George
with a homer to left that barely
stayed fairdropping on the foul
line. "Pumpum" Cumberbatch
singled and went to second on an
error. Luis Sanjur pushed Cum-
berbatch home with a double to
right field. Marco Cobos then
came through with another hom-
er to left that barely stayed n
fair territory.
The Pinocho nine picked up
single runs in the sixth and sev-
enth on errors and hits. Maurl-
clo's final two markers in the
eighth were the result of bunts
by McDonald and Bovelle. a
cratch hit by Alleyne plus a dou-
ble by George Knowles.
The second game of the%eries
Is scheduled to be played next
Tuesday afternoon at the Colon
Stadium.
Work On New
Racetrack Jo
Start Monday
Minister of Public Works Celso
Carbonell yesterday Informed
, The Panama American that work
I on the new National Race Track
(Hipdromo Nacional will begin
next Monday.
Bids were received from two lo-
cal construction firms for the
project at Lindbergh Field on the
Juan Diaz Road. Arango & Lyons
and "Corporacin de Ingeniera,
S.A." were the two companies to
send in bids. .
However, the Ministry of Pub-
lic Works considered lt necessary
to make adjustments to the cost
of plans and construction and de-
signated a commission to study
the plans.
The commission of engineers
have rendered their report on
the project and Minister Carbon-
ell stated that work will defin-
itely get under way Monday.
East-West Golden
Gloves Tournament
Winds Un In Tie
NEW YORK. Mar. 22 (UP
The annual East-West Golden
Gloves final wound up in an 8-8
tie, for the team championship,
for the fourth straight year. This
year's bouts were staged at New
York's Madison Square Garden.
Going into the final two bouts,
the West held an 8-6 lead, in vic-
tories. But in the battle between
the alternates in the heavyweight
class. Norvel Lee of Washington,
DC. beat Toxey Hall of Prentlss,
Mississippi, to put the East back
in the running.
Then, for the heavyweight
championship. Michael Maye of
New York beat Ernest Fann of
Cleveland, to give the East the
tie.
Unbeaten Sears Still Lead
Pacific Little League Race
\
PACIFIC
Teams Won Lest Pot,
Sears.
Curundu......
Saint Mary's ..
Police Dept. ..
Fire Dent.....
Diablo-Hillman
l.oeo
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.333
.333
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SEARS MAILORDER SQUELCH
"COPPERS"
With Alfred Bruhn hurling
brilliant two-hit ball Sears kept
their record clean with three
straight wins and no losses. Al al-
lowed two scratch hits and was
given very excellent support from
his infield.
The Phillips brothers shared
the mound duties for the Police
Department, but were unable to
stem the hard hitting mailorder
boys. In the initial Inning El-
wood, the older brother, got Into
trouble when Gerry Durfee got a
hit and then the next batter. Tim
Hotz. poled a long round-trlpoer
scoring Durfee and himself. Be-
sides the home run, Tim also got
himself a double.
Danny Wlnklosky, the Sears
third sacker, had a perfect day
at the plate, having three for
three. Gerry Durfee had two hits.
While Bears were piling up 10
runs, the Coppers could not solve
the offerings of Bruhn and were
shut out .
Sears.......... 10 10 1
Police.......... 0 2 2
BEWARE
of Bleeding Gum
That May Man
PYORRHEA
It Can Attack
4$*t*f5
Shooting will-start at 2:00 p.m.!
Your hair will be
handsomer by far
when you treat it to
Vaseline' Hair Tonic.
Just use a few drops
a day...then see
the difference!
Buy a bottle todays
There is cause to worry if you
have tender, bleeding gums.
Often these are the first svmp-
toms of Pyorrhea, the dread
, disease which often leads to
tered shoots to enable the bovs f to \oostntd
to get in some rjractice for the1 r *' ,,. j Arm.
State Shoot which will be held, teeth that must be pulled Actu-
late in May at the Cristobal Gun j ally 4 out of 5 may get it.
Don't run this risk. Guard
gainst Pyorrhea by seeing your
dentist regularlyand at home,
by giving your teeth Forhan's
care. Brush your teeth and mas-
sage your gums twice daily
with Forhan's For the Gum,
the only dentifrice containing
Or. R. J. Forhan's special snu-
1'yorrhea astringent.
You'll be amazed at how firm
and rosy-pink your gums be-
come, how clean and sparkling
your teeth will be. Clinical tests
made recently have shown thai
'!" r of Pyorrhea-threatened
cases improved after 30 days of
Forhan's care. Don't wait for
danger signs of infection, buy
your tube today.
Brush your feeth with it"
Louise Reynolds
Cops Monthly
PWGA Tourney
Mrs. Louise Reynolds racked up
the Low Gross honors at the
monthly P.W.G.A. tournaim-nt
which was held at the Fort Ama-
dor Golf Club by firing a neat 83.
Forty-nine women teed off for
this event, the largest field in re-
cent months, and got off to an
early start and finish. The prize
winners are as follows:
Low Gross (83iLouise Reyn-
olds.
First Low Net (71 E. Kenna.
Second Low Net (73)J. Horn,
C. Burns.
Third Low Net (74) 8- Brickie.
Fourth Low Net (7)G. Deh-
linger. E. Jones.
Fifth Low Net (78>A. Patton.
Sixth Low Net 77 C. Ollck-
enhaus, M. Cantrell. D. Post, T.
Ely.
Seventh Low et (77> V. OssenT
fort. E. Grant, M. Hammond, E.
Cooper, M. Euper.
Eighth Low Net (79> E. Jud-
son, S. Carpenter, D. LaCrolx, J.
Simpson.
Ninth Low Net (80 V. Keen-
an, L. Jones. R. Anderson, 8. Hip-
son. M. White, R. Daniels.
Spot prizes (deuces) on No. 3
G. Bailey, E. Judson. M. Cantrell.
Spot prizes (deuces) on No. 12
S. Hlpson.
The regular business meeting
of the association, conducted by
Mrs. Sylva Carpenter, was held
following luncheon and the a-
wardlng of prizes. It was an-
nounced that the association
handicap championship la to be
held at Fort Davis next month,
and further details will be an-
nounced later.
Wally Trout Wins
K.C. Track Trophy
Wally Trout of the Junior Col-
lege won the Knights of Colum-
bus outstanding trackman tro-
phy. This trophv will be awarded
to Trout at a student assembly
and will become his permanent
possession. The selection was an-
nounced by Steve Gergenl. chair-
man of the Selection Commit-
tee.
In the recent tnterscholastic
meet, Trout placed first in the
broad jump with a lean of 20 feet
6"- inches, he was also on the
winning 440 relay team, won first
in the high hurdles and first In
the low hurdles. He tied his own
high hurdle record of 15.5 and
tied Jamesson's record in the low
hurdles with a 12.3.
Daniel Carpi Mails
Entry For Channel
Swimming Contest
LONDON. Mar. 22 fUP) The
entry of Peruvian swimmer Dan-
iel Camio for the 1951 Cross
Channel Swimming Race was re-
ceived vesterday by the London
Daily Mall, organizers of the
event.
The 39-vear-old Carpi was the
first South American to conquer
the treacherous 21-mile stretch
of the English Channel from Cap
Orlz Nez to Folkestone In 14 hours
46 minutes on Serjt. 4, 1947.
parplo's entry form is the 45th
to be received for the race which
will be held six months hence.
Carpi mailed his entry from
Buenos Aires where he is now
living.
On The Alleys...
Standing of teams and Individual
playera of the Atlantic Sector
Bowling League for the week
ending'Mar. 16:
Teams Won Lost
Los Maestros........53 27
Los Chivos..........45 35
Balr Cat..........43
Los Vagos..........43
Paper Shufflers......36
Rams............35
Long Shots........33
DIABLO WIN THEIR FIRST
The Diablo-HUlman Autom/n
broke their losing streak of two
straight, when Pedro Salas scaled
the mound and silenced the bats,
of the Fire Department Smoke-
eaters. This was the battle of;
brothers, since Paul Mohl man-
ages the Diablo-HUlman andl
Fred Mohl Is at the helm of the!
Smokeaters. For the second con-i
secutlve game Fred called upon!
Don Randle to do the pitching!
and for the second time in a row,,
Don had trouble in the very first
Inning with his control.
Three walks, aided by an error
and fielder's choice accounted forj
three of fihe four runs scored by
the Automen. In fact the Diablo-;
HiUman scored all their four
runs In the initial-frame and were
blanked for the balance of thai
fracas.
Pedro Salas really had lt yes-1
terday, mixing up his sharp:
breaking curves with hard fast!
ones. The Firemen scored two Inl
the first and one In the third, for!
three runs. Ralph Lelsy had the
only extra-base hit for the Auto-
men.
For the Smokies Herbe Schnei-
der went in to pitch when Don
Randle got In trouble and later
on John Hamma came in as a
hurler. He demonstrated that he
Is going to be tough on the rest
of the league, when In one Inning-
he struck out the two hitting-
stars of the Automen, Salas and
Bateman.
Dlablo-Hlllman.. .. 4 3 I
Fire Department. .. 3 5 1
CURUNDU WINS IN EXTRA
INNINGS
The runners-up In league
standings, the Curundu Council-
men, again proved that they can
come from behind in the late in-
nings. Going into the last Inning-
at Balboa Stadium, they were
trailing five to nothing. In fact
up to this point they had only one
hit.
Then they went to work and
staged a booming rally, which
netted them five runs tootle the
score and in the extra inning
they continued to pound the ball
to score four times. The winning" |
pitcher was Hayden and the loser
for the Saints was Lovelady. who
went In as relief for Lem Kirk- I
land. Best for the Councllmen
continued his good hitting.
Curundu........ 9 9 51
Saint Mary's...... 5 8 1|
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Hot Shots..........32
37
37
44
45
47
48
INDIVIDUALS
High Individual gameGeorge
E. Balr (Balr Cats) 233.
Highest three-game series
Carl Cooper (Los Chivos) 622.
Games
Name Bowled Ave.
.. 3 189
.. 48 168
.. 56 165
Davis....... .. 57 183
.. 32 163
.. 48 161
Huff......... 159
.. 47 159
.. 50 156
154
.. 23 154
153
.. 54 152
.. 5 151
.. 37 151
So far In the young stages of
the league race lt appears that
the Sears team Is the team to
beat. They hustle and play wide
awake ball, taking advantage of
all the breaks. They are a lucky
ball club, but if the mailorder-1
men do not get too confident andl
cocksure of themselves thev will I
continue to be a tough little out-
fit.
In Ronnie Mead and Alfred I
Bruhn they have two topnotchl
pitchers, and behind the bat, I
they have the "find" of the sea-1
son, Tim Hotz. who reported to I
the club as a pitcher but was con-1
verted to a eatcher.
Despite many statements thai
Sears team Is not an old club I
made up of veterans. In thelrl
regular lineup they have one ofl
the youngest players In the lea-l
true,'the stockv eight-year-old ln-|
fielder, Rov Watson.
In fact the Sears team Is thel
"cheapest" ball club In the looo.l
having spiht less money to buy]
their players than the rest of the|
teams.
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Hartford. Conn.. Mar. 22Lead-
ing Heavyweight Contender Roc-
ky Marciano scored a technical
kayo win over Harold Mitchell
Tuesday night at Hartford, Con-
necticut. The bout was stopped
In the second round of the sched-
uled 10 after Mitchell had hit the
deck for the third time in the
round.
BOSTON. MarT 22 Irish Bob
Murphy of San Diego, California,
and Joe Rindone of Boston are
scheduled to meet In a 10-round-
er at Boston next month. Mur-
phy, a light heavyweight, has
agreed to scale 172 pounds for
Kindone, a leading middleweight.
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The next stop along the come-
back trail for Rocky Graziano
may be against Johnny Greco in
Montreal on April 2.
(iraniano stepped into the pic-
ture when Johnny Bratton re-
ported his injured hand would-
n't be healed in time for the bout.
Bratton hurt the hand when he
defeated Charley Fusari for the
National Boxing Association wel-
terweight title last Wednesday.
Graxiano looked sharp in Mia-
mi last Monday night when he
kayoed Reuben Jones.
Another former champion
one-time heavyweight kingJoe
Louisis enjoying a rest in Los
Angeles after recovering from an
attack of the flu. "I didn't even
bring my golf clubs," says Louis.
"I just want to rest and watch
some baseball games."
Before her wedding day
the most important day in
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effective product as Zonits
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Weak, homemade mixture*
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\el ZONITE S SO SAFE
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La Boca Sports
The La Boca Senior Softball
League Is making final arrange-
ments for a colorful opening April
2nd.
The following teams have en-
rolled In the loop: Cervecera
1 formerly Agenda McBarnette),
Spur Cola, defending champions,
Alumni, Panama Stars, Reliance
Insurance. ptica Sosa, Mueble-
ra Ideal, and Elks.
The final meeting of team rep-
resentatives will be held In the
office of the physical director, on
the La Boca Ball Park, at 5:30
p.m., Wednesday, Mar. 28.
The annual Field Day of the
La Boca High School will be held
at Chorrera Mar. 30.
Final arrangements with the
Alcalde of Chorrera have been
made by Principal George Wright
and Physical Director Aston
Parchment. <
An attractive program Is being
Brepared to offer softball. volley-
all soccer, swimming and danc-
ing.
Transportation rates will be
the same as last year's. Students
are notified that the deadline for
ayment will be Tuesday. Mar.
C.Y.O. To Sponsor
April 7 Track And
Field Tournament
C.Y.O. Sponsors Track and FieldI
Meet April 7
The Catholic Youth Organiza-I
tlon will sponsor the annual!
Track and Field meet at the La[
Boca Ball Park on Saturday..
April 7. The day's activities wllll
commence at 9:30 a.m.
All parishes on both sides ofl
the Isthmus are Invited to parti-I
clpate. The Governing Board Isl
opening the meet to all Catholicl
children In parishes that are not|
organized.
The Physical Director's offlci
In La Boca la cooperating In the
making of the plans for the day's
activities.
The days events will be com-l
prised of running, high-jumping,"
and broad-jumping.
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THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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MRS. JAMES POSTER REDMOND
(Ira L. Hill Photo. New York)
REDMOND-WYCKOFF WEDDING
SOLEMNIZED IN NEW YORK
The marriage of Mis Ruth Towiwend Wyckoff, daughter
of Mrs. Prederlck A. Wyckoff and the late Mr. Wyckoff of
415 Riverside DriTe, New York City, to James Foster Redmond
of Balboa took place Saturday. Mar. 17th. at high noon In
the Riverside Church Chapel, New York. Dr. Robert J. Mc-
Cracken officiated. -. _,^_.
White flower in profusion and green ferns decorated
the church. The church organist played the processional and
recessional and accompanied the soloist in "Calm As The
Night," "O Perfect Love," and "Ieh Liebe Dich," before the
service.
The bride was given in mar-
rlag-' by her brother, Frederick A.
Wyckoff. Jr. She wore orchid col-
ored chlifon with purple velvet
accessories and carried an old
fashioned bouquet of lilacs and
cymbidlum orchids. Her attend-
ants were Mrs. Frederick A. Wy-
ckoff, Jr., matron of honor and
Mrs. Marshall Blrml n g h a m.
Their gowns were of violet chif-
fon and their bouquets of while
and purple lilacs. Captain Frank
M. Plerson was best man and the
ushers were J. Stanley Suther-
land and Radcliffe KUbourn.
After the ceremony the wed-
ding breakfast was held at
Hampshire House. The bride's
mother wore a sapphire blue en-
semble with pink camellias.
For travelling the bride chose a
brown-and-white suit with brown
accessories. The couple spent a
few days at the Hershey Inn in
Pennsylvania and sailed yester-
day from New York on the SS
Panama for the Isthmus.
Mr. Redmond ,a son of Mrs.
William Preston Redmond and
the late Mr. Redmond of Salisbu-
ry. North Carolina, has been em-
ployed with the Navigation Divi-
sion of The Panama Canal for a
number of years. After their ar-
rival Monday, he and his bride
will go to the Interior of Panama
for a short stay. They wiH be at
home. In Balboa after Apr. 15. ,
Reception Saturday at
Venezuelan Embassy
The Ambassador of Venezuela
and Mrs. Enrique Castro Gomez
havo issued invitations for a re-
ception in honor of the chief of
staff of the Venezuelan Army,
Colonel Felix Roman Moreno,
who Is a visitor here. The recep-
tion will be held Saturday at 9:30
fi.m. at the Embassy on La Cres-
a.
Dinner Party Honors
General and Mrs. Morris
The chief of staff of the Vene-
zuelan Army, Colonel Felix Re-
man Moreno, honored the com-
mander-in-chief Caribbean Com-
mand and Mrs. William H. H.
Morris at a dinner given last
evening at Hotel El Panama. Al-
so attending the dinner were the
Venezuelan Ambassador to Pan-
ama and Mrs. Enrique Castro
Gomez and others.
Miss Skidmore Honored
by Mrs. Medlnger
Mrs. A. C. Medlnger entertain-
ed a small group of her friends at
a farewell coffee party given.this
morning for Miss Edith Skidmore
of Tampa. Florida.
Mis. Medlnger entertained 'n
the garden of her residence on
Balboa Heights and among those
assisting her were Mrs. A. C. Gar-
lington. Mrs. J. Wendell Greene,
Mrs. Stanley F. Yost and Mrs.
Kenneth Newland. 1
Miss Skidmore Is sailing tomor-
row mornlni? on the SS Ancn
for New York. She has spent ths
past year here and has been a
NOTICE
BALBOA VISION CHURCH
announces one service only
Easter Sunday morning at nine a.m.
Rev. Alexander H. Skate, preaching.
QUICK-AND-PiRFECT TAPIOCA PUDDINGS!
jiPr
To package of Jell-0 Tapioca
Pudding (ChocolaU. Vanilla c*
Orange Coconut) .. .
Add 2 cups of milk ... ,'
Cook about 5 minute* I That'*
II there toil'
What a delicious, tempting des-
sert! Always rich, always full
flavored!
0*4 thete wendertul. aasy-ra-mak*
JaH-O ra*c* fuadin. aayl
ant extra-plump,
extra-tender chicken?
rryars mnd roatHr,
cleaned, cut,
rowdy to cook.
Every unce you buy
goM 00 the table.
member of the nursing staff ol
Uorgas Hospital.
To Spend Easter
i- -'
Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo Arias, P..
L"........iri. joaqum J. Vallaii-
no. Mrs. Martin Sosa. Mrs. Maria
Arias, Miss Ruti Ehrman and
several others are leaving
spend Easter at the Panamoute
Hotel In Boquete.
Picnic at Gamboa
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fletcher en-
tertained about 40 of their friends
at a picnic supper held last even-
ing In the garden of their home
at Gamboa.
Visitors Arriving
from Denver
Mi.-:. Katherlne'Klndhardt, Miss
Bette Powell and Miss Katherine
Powell, of Denver, Colorado, are
arriving tomorrow morning for a
"eeV8 visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Robinson at Diablo Heights.
Mrs. Klndhardt is Mrs. Robin-
son's mother.
Miss Engle Guest
at Diablo Heights
Miss Evelyn Engle of Chicago,
Illinois, who has been visiting Jti
Cristobal, Is spending a short time
at Diablo Heights with Mr. and
Mrs Robert J. Boatwright. Mis<
Engle was employed in the Me-
chanical Division at Balboa dur-
ing World War II.
Couples Club Meets
at Gamboa
The couples club, sponsored by
the Gamboa Union Church, met
Thursday evening In the Civic
Center for a program arranged
by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Camp-
bell and refreshments which
were served by the hosts. Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Cooke and Mr. and Mrs
J. A. Fraser.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hepworth
were the guest speakers and Mr.
Raymond Gray sang a group of
Irish ballads. Mr. and Mrs. Hep-
worth gave an interesting ac-
count of their trip from England
to the Canal Zone and outlined
the travels they plan for the fu-
ture. Their talk was Illustrated
with colored slides taken during
their travels and since their ar-
rival In Gamboa.
Among others present at the
meeting were Mrs. John 8nod-
grass, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Pedtr-
son, Mrs. Juan Hidalgo. Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Webster, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Gray, Jesse Crawford,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Halning, Mr.
and Mrs. B. O. Orton, Mrs. B. A.
Herring, Mrs. George T. Darnall,
Jr. Mrs. J. D. McLean, Mrs. Rus-
sell Methlas, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. William
Ward, Mrs. Abe Dalsey, and Mr.
and Mrs. Purdy Mosher.
Music Group to Meet
Monday Evening
The Music Group of the Canal
Zone College Club will meet Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. W. A. Webb, 790-C Tavern'.-
11a Street, Balboa. The program,
based on Cesar Franck's "Sym-
phony In D Minor" will be pre-
sented by Miss Dorothy Moody.
All members of the College Club
are Invited to attend the meeting
and members of the Music Group
are especially urged to be pres-
ent.
... you'll find out at the
ALL FOOLS DANCE
MARCH 31st
TIVOU HOTEL
Sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi
Tickets $1.98 per couple!
se CALUMET
for
Pin Wheel Biscuits
2 c sifted now % tsp. east
2'.2 tsp. baking powder
c milk 5 tsp. shortening
Mix dry ingredients, cut in short-
ening. Knead 30 seconds Roll to
% inch thick. Spread dough with
4 tbsp. butter and \/A c brown
sugar, sprinkle with nuts. Roll,
cut in one-inch pieces.
Bake at 425"F. 20
minutes.
CALUMET
rh Doukl.-Atli.n
kin, rawaw
Gatun Locks Back In Trim
Neatly, Spit And Polished
The Atlantic Locks will be
back on normal operations some
time next week, R. C. Stockham,
Chief of the Locks Division (an-
nounced yesterday. The locks,
which have undergone an ex-
tensive overhaul, are being pat
back into service in record time.
Work on the gates was being
completed yesterday and It was
expected that the east chambers
would be completed today, leav-
ing only cleanup operations,
which will take about six weeks.
Temporary personnel employ-
ed for the overhaul are being
terminated. Some of them have
been retained in the regular
Locks Division forces; a few
have transferred to other Canal
units; others are returning to
the United States. Lock Divi-
sion employes transferred to
Gatun for the overhaul are now
returning to their regular as-
signments.
The largest groups of local
rate overhaul employes, the
cleaning and painting gangs,
have completed their work and,
In most cases, have been ter-
minated.
The entire overhaul cost about
$1,200,000. The work started Jan.
8 and has been completed well
ahead of the original schedule
which estimated that the over-
haul would continue until about
the first of May.
When both chambers go back
In service next week, the nor-
mal operating schedule from '
a.m. to 11 p.m. will be resumed
The Atlantic Locks have be?,
on a 24-hour schedule while thi
overhaul was In progress.
Four of the mlter-gate leave:
were removed during the quad-
rennial overhaul and the re-
maining gate leaves were given
a general reconditioning and re-
falnt job. Other work lncludec
he removal and overhaul 0.
the 58 rising stem valves, re-
conditioning of all 80 cylindrical
valves and the overhaul ol
underwater parts subject to
wear or corrosion.
Sixteen pf the miter gates at
Gatun also were provided cat ho-
dic protection similar to that
previously Installed on the 16
leaves of the lower gatea at Ml-
raflores Locks.
The work Just completed was
the first regular overhaul of
miter gates and valves at At-
lantic Locks since the 1947 dry
season.
NEW SECTION NEW LOTS
NEW CLUB
WE ARE SELLING LOT CLUBS AT THE
LEFEVRE PARK FOR ONLY $4.00 WEEKLY.
THE LEFEVRE CORPORATION
No. 5 "A" Ave.
Tel. 2-3333
The proof is in
the tasting!
Just try itand ase if you don't love
that velvety texture and delicate
flavor. It'* top* for all fine Baking!
Recipe* on package!
BAKE A BETTER CAKi
WITH SWANS DOWN!
Hands Soft
as His Whisper
Exquisitely smooth, romantic hands are
yours when you give them gentle Jergens
Lotion care. Hail whisper "I want to hold
themforever."--Just smooth on rich, creamy
Jergens. See how it is instantly absorbed by thirsty
.kin. Jergens gives skin the soften.ng moistura
it needsand leave no heavy oily
film. Jergens is a wonderful head-to-toe.
beauty lotion, too. Keeps elbows, arms, legs satin
smooth. Start today to give your precious
skin Jergens careused by more women than
any other hand care in the world.
For Soft, Adorable Hands
JERGENS LOTION
AC.ENCIAS W. H. DOEL. S.A.
Apartado 322 Panam
JUftp.
anama
cordially Unites you and your family to
KJld- Zraokioned easier ^Dinner- Jjk/i. Inarch 25tn
Served in the BALBOA ROOM
from noon until 7 p.m.
Organ Melodies Played by AVELINO MUOZ
Served on the BELLA VISTA ROOF
from 7 p.m.
DINE and DANCE under the Stars. .
KEN DELANEY and his AMERICAN FAVORITES
Hal Edicardi, voealist
'all Course Manor 5.00
Callar**' Hair Pert*** $2.50
ka** r.yl J10
far R***rvetieM
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 HUNN/CUTT, S. A.
16th & Broadway Coln, R. P.
USE
FOR THE SKIN YOL LOVE TO TOUCH.
Try Woodbury Facial Cocktail. With a
inft rloth and lukewarm water, rub up a
thick lather of creamy Woodbury. Smooth
on, then rinse wsrm and cool. Delicately
fragrant Woodbury will make your skin
feel satiny-smooth, so fresh and clean. For
truly gentle complexion care, make your
Woodbury Facial Cocktail a daily rituaL
Set your
Complexion glow!
Woodbury
FACIAL SOAP
| Have a fresher, more vivid complexion with daily
Woodbury care. Woodbury, nude by akin scien-
I tists, contains a rich beauly extra-mildness. No "skin-bum" even to extra-
sensitive skin. Woodbury' creamy lather gently,
thoroughly removes dirt, oily film, dead skin
particle* ... helps guard against clogged pores
and marring skin
faults. Yes, it's
yours... a lovelier,
more romn t ie com-
plexion with a daily
Woodbury Facial
Cocktail.
SO "SKIN-BURN" WITH EXTRA-MILD WOODBURY
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A. Apartado 322 Panama
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Miscellaneous
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave
Phone 2-22*1
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
Parque de Lessepe
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Ave.
Phone 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
le.OM Melndei Ave.
Phone 235 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. SS Weal l!th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 7 "II" Itreet Feu*
No 12.179 teatral Ave. Colea
RESORTS
FOR SALE:Hih fllca oil point
and enamels. Mdew-proor. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores._________
iY THE DOZEN: I
Healthy New Hampshire Red "-riick-
ens 2 1-2-3 pounds. Tel. Pon-
omo 3-2555. 7 to 8 o. m.
1CAUTIFV YOUR GARDEN:
by applying Poultry manure. lei.
Panomo 3-2555. 7 to 8 t. m.
FOR SALE:Piano Winter Spinet, ol-
most new. Priced reosonable. Q St.
No. 5. Ap. 12.__________________
FOR SALE
Boats & Motor
FOR SALE: 22 Ft. cobin lounch
with'25 H. P. Universol molot,
metal hull, all equipped. 497 at
Gamboo Yocht Club, house 026H-
. C. Tel. 6-197.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Beoutiful lot ot Santo
Clara two minutes from beach.
Excellent building site. Shody trees.
Deep well ond pump. Bargain price.
See SHRAPNEL at Sonto Cloro.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Phillips tieech cottages. Sonta Clore
box numbii 435 Balboa. Phone
Po'icio 3-187? or Cristobal i
167.
GRAMLICHS Sonto Claro beoch
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567
FOR RENT:One more beach cot-
tage, Santa Clora for Easter week-
end. Telephone Schilling, Balboa
2756. K
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in yits crate. Far-
macia Lo Esperonzo. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE:Porch Glider $15; 60
cycle 1-4 HP washing machine
motor $15; Youth's bed. Sim-
mons, complete. $25; Wicker
choirs. POSEY, phone llalboa 2698.
vViil.or.ib Sunto Cloro Beach Cottage
iwo bedrooms, electric refrigero-
Npn RocKgo ranges Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO ir
beoutiful El Voile. Cool Mountain
Air. Prices Moderate. Reser/ali<-ns
Tel. Pan. 2-1112.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
aportment. In newly constructed
building, for further details coll
Mndez & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMRA APARTMENTS for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
WANTED TO BUY:One 6 x 6 10
Wheeler Truck. One or more
Horley Davidson Motorcycle. Write
Ancori, Canol Zone. Box 1191.
SENATE HEARINGS
MAY FORCE
(Continued from Page 1)
or's secretary, replied to testi-
mony belore the committee by
John T. Crane, president of the
Urrrformed Firemen's Associa-
tion, that he contributed to Dew-
ey'* 1948 primary campaign In
Oregon.
"Neither Governor Dewey nor
his' campaign manager ever
heard ol a contribution from the
Uniformed Firemen's Association
until this year," Hagerty said.
"If the committee wants the
truth they can get it very simply
by putting John Crews (Brook-
lyn Republican leaden on the
Witness stand."
In his telegram to Kefauver,
Dewey also disclosed the com-
mittee had not filled his request
for a copy of the testimony of the
state police officers.
'" Last week. Superintendent of
State Police John Gaffney testi-
fied that gambling was "wide
open" at Saratoga in 1947. An-
other trooper told the committee
that he had made an investigat-
ing report but that "nothing had
been done about it."
This King o all
Cough Mixtures comes
From Blizzardly
Cold Canada
The King at oil cough medicines
Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture
has been used for years in over 70%
ot Canodo's homes. Fast working
triple acting Buckley's Conodiol Mix-
ture quickly loosens and raises phlegm
lodged in the tubes clears air pas-
sages __ soothes rasped row tissues,
one or two sips and worst coughing
spasm ceases. You get results fost.
You feel the elfect of Buckley's n<-
tontly.
Compounded from rore Canadian
Pine Balsam ond other soothing heal-
ing ingredients Buckley's CANADIOL
Mixture is different from anything
you ever tried do get o bottle of this
great Canodian cough medicine to-
day at any good drug store.
FOR RENTModern furnished apart-
ment for couple or small family.
All conveniences. Portilla Rood
No. 121. Coll ot premises. Price
very convenient.
FOR RENT: Upstoirs oportment,
sitting-room, diningroom, three
bedrooms, patio. modern service,
Vio Porros No. 92, Tel. 3-2575.
FOR SALE:RCA Rodio with record
player, in cabinet, electric ironer,
electric fon, 4 clocks, all 25 cycle.
Mahogany drawing desk, chest of
drawers, and other household items.
House 0556-A. Chogres St. An-
cn, telephone 2-3690.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator Westing-
house 25 cycle. 7 cu. ft. 1 1-2 Yr.
guarantee, $150.00. Porch shades
6 for $40.00. Gotuh 243-B. Phone
5-106.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE:194 Kaiser 4 deer se-
dan, gee*, pood fires, eicellent
mechanical conditien. Yea cant
a wreni aa this car. Only $300.-
O0 dawn and drive it eway. YOUR
FORD MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALERS COLPAN MOTORS.
Te(. 2-1031 2-103*.
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yorker, used one yeor, cost new
$3,600. rodio, seat covers, best
offer over $2,000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
Balboa.
FOR SALE:One Norge refrigerat-
or, new unit 25 cycle. House 121-
A,
Gamboo. Telephone 6-107.
FOR SALE:Bwndix. 25 cycle. 10
months old; fine electric percolator;
25 cycle clocks, fon, motors. 2-
2804.
FOR SALI.I 47 OMtmeeile "
fear ear sedan, dark blue, aeee
rites, radia. Only $330.00 dawn
end drive if away. YOUR FORD.
MERCURY. LINCOLN DIALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Tel. 2-1033
2-1036. ___________
FOR SALI:194 Hadsaa "" tat
dea* Seden, alack, elastic seat cev-
ers. ajead fires. ecellent cendltien.
A clean car. Must be seen te ap-
arecate. Only $415 dawn aid
drive it awey. YOUR PORD MIR-
CURY LINDON DIALIR COL-
PAN MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036.
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappsarlnjt towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE: 2 single springs and
mattresses with horses, 2 clocks,
25 cycle. Shelvodor refrigerator 8
months. Remaining on unit guor-
rontee. Kitchen cobinet, 2 mirrors.
610-B, Cocoli 2-1069.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment, very cool, furnished or un-
furnished, Bella Vista, new build-
ing. Call 2-2443. ____
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Room furnished, cool
clean, ideal. Reosonable. 48th St.
No. 7. Bella Vista.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: Westing-
house 7 ft. refrigerator, 25 cycle,
18 months, guorantee remaining.
Best offer over $100. 25.cycle
washing machine moto $18.
Leaving Sunday, must sell. Phone
4-205 or see at Apt 12-A Sum-
mit across from C. Z. Experiment
Garden.
Position Offered
WANTED:Typist who can translate
English and Spanish. Very good
position. Interviews ot timekeeper's
office from 8 a. m. to 5 p.
Hotel El Panoi..i.
LESSONS
FOR SALE:1951 Kaiser De Luxe,
4-Door Sedan. Hydramatic Drive,
Custom radio. WSW tires. Com-
plete Vynil interior. Call Kovel,
Bolboo, 3092. or house 0430-A,
Ancon, offer 4:30.
FOR SALI:1949 Cherrelef Clu*
Csuee, black, feed tires, aellar
fer dallar car, an excellent buy.
Only $4*0.00. YOUR FORD. MIR-
CURY, LINCOLN DIALtR. COP-
PAN MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036.__________________________(
FOR SALE:Army Jeep $400. Plen-
ty of spore par'5- Lymon Jackson.
0430 Frongipanl St.. Ancon, C. Z.
t.ui landtan lake new
CawaU prices
* a.m. te am
FOR SAH:1947 $taekeker Cem-
mender Club Ceuac- green tires
feir, teat cavers. Only $35.00
d.wn. YOUR FORD, MERCURY.
LINCOLN DIALIR COLPAN
MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-1036.
27 Dead After DC-3
(rash In Colombia
Near Cartagena
CARTAGENA, Colombia, Mar.
22 (UP)Authorities are today
seeking to determine the cause
o a Lansa DC-3 crash near here
which killed 27, Including three
crewmen, yesterday.
The plane was en route to.
Cartagena. It crashed near Hato
Nuevo, about half an hour's fly-
ing time from this city.
Lansa said all 24 passengers
were killed. As all victims had
Spanish names they were be-
lieved to have been mostly Co-
lombians.
The airllmse added that search
parties had been dispatched by
both air and land to recover
bodies.
The plane was piloted by Capt.
Carlos Bravo, and the co-pilot
and steward were Colombians
Julio del Gallego and Pos Ruiz
Pea.
sirs1
MINES
illarrln|_
rDEBOM KERR-STEWAKT GRAHGER
LEARN TO DANCE, brush up or stort
from scrotch with professional ins-
tructors. Cristobal YMCA. Fridays
Teenage 3:30. Groupe 7 p. m.
Hornett & Dunn.
Fishing Boat's
Engineer Files Suit
For Back Salary
A suit for collection of $998.80
which he claims due him In
back wages and overtime pay
was filed today In the Ancon
District Court by Enrique Mac-
Mlllan, chief engineer of the
fishing boat Galante.
The Galante Is tied up In
Balboa where she .ias been heid
since Mar. 13 when she was at-
tached by U.S. Marshal John
Hushing In connection with a
debt due the Panama Agencies.
MacMillan claims that he had
a verbal agreement with a sa-
lary of $400 monthly. He re-
ceived no wages between Dec. 1
and Feb. 11, but was advanced
$517 to bring his wife here from
Chile and $140 In cash.
He figures the money he earn-
ed at $1,653.50 In wages and 426
hours overtime, and the credit
for money advanced him at
$657. The action was brought,
he said, becaus- the Galante
was about to be released from
her attachment In the Panama
Agencies action.
Juan Franco Tips
By "CLOCKER"
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES tt ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW D.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.'
PORRAS
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
26 U. S. Raters
Joined (anal Staff
Early This Month
The Canal-Railroad organisa-
tion added 28 employes to its
U.S.-rate rolls during the first
half of March, the'Personnel Bu-
reau reported yesterday.
Four of them were new em-
ployes from the United States,
10 others who came, from the
United States were former Ca-
nal or Railroad employes and 14
were employed locally.
The new employes from the
States, their positions and btiin-
places are: James P. Hayman.
Lock Operator, Wlreman, at Mi-
raflores. North Providence: Will-
iam V. Butler. Wlreman In th.-
Electrical Division at Cristobal
Kay lor, Pennsylvania; Irving F
Andersen, pilot In training,
Brooklyn. New York; and Ruth
E. Hardy, nurse at Gorgas Hos-
pital, Ottawa, Canada.
All but one of the former Ca-
nal-Railroad personnel who were
reemployed In the United States
Joined the Industrial Bureau
working forces. They are Harold
H. Fahrubel. William H. Gonza-
lez, and Charles W. Johnson, elec-
tric welders; Benjamin J. Saw-
yer, John van der Heyden, Thf o-
dore W. Haisten and Glenn C.
Dough, shipwrights; Walter D.
Johnson, boatbullder; and Fred-
erick J. Hosier, general refrigera-
tion machinist. Frank S. Flu-
mach. the other former employe
who came from the United States,
was employed a meter Inspector
in the Electrical Division.
New employes who were hired
locally and their positions i'Md
units of the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization In which they work
follow:
Russell T. BUllson, Alexander
W. Geddle and Paul H. Shark-
let te. policemen at Cristobal; and
Clifford R. Gillock. policeman at
Balboa.
Postal, Customs and Immigra-
tion Division Raymond A. Tay-
lor, postal clerk at Albrook Air
Force Base; and William C. Mcr-
wln, postal clerk at Balboa.
Housing Division Sidney
Temple, clerk at Balboa; and Ro-
bert G. Turner, clerk at Cristo-
bal.
Checkers, Cards, Housewife'
Go Along On Army Maneuvers
Whenever a large body of Ar-
my troops moves Into the field for
protracted maneuvers or actual
combat, many things go alo:ig
besides military essentials.
Among these Is reading mate-
rial. So are checkers, cards and so
forth, for those who would rather
play games than read. So Is Die
familiar "housewife"- a pack-
age of needles, thread, buttons
and safety pins for necessary re-
pairs.
These are a few of the things
distributed by the American R*a
Cross to US Army Caribbean *o'-
dlers tfho participated in a fiel i
sxerclse in the Pacora-Chepo e-
rea of the Republic of Panama.
For in "war games." just as in
eal war, the soldier Is on his own
me to some extent, and in the
Held his hours of leisure pars
-Jowly without means of amuse-
ment And, Just as In real war-
fare the Red Cross follows him
Into the field and attempts to
provide him with those means.
One day recently, as tire ad-
vance elements of the Pacora-
Chepo troops moved out Into
the exercise area, L. F. Trace, a
local Red Cross representative,
followed them, taking materials
provided by the local ARC to
help them while away their
free time more interestingly.
It Is a Red Cross morale effort
which goes on wherever there are
U.S. troops without adequate
means of entertaining them-
selves, whether they are In ac-
tual combat, or keeping vigil, tr
on strictly non-combat duty. To
Mr. Trace, who found this am"ig
his duties with the ARC serving
combat troops In Italy during
World War II, It was by iiO
means new.
In fact, It was only a slight va-'
rlatlon of his usual activities'
these days, for such materials arc/
being regularly sent to USARCA-j
RIB troops located in field posl-(
tions.
In the trailer towed by his Jeep |
were about 50 packages each con-i
taining about 20 magazines. Also*
there were playing cards, both1
pinochle and otherwise and1
checker and chess sets, as well aa'
crlbbage boards.
The reading material varied j
from comic books to "elm"
magazines, as does each daily ,
batch of magazines contributed .
to the Red Croas office. Each j
package of 20 magazines is va- |
ried accordingly, so as to satis- '
f y a wide range of tastes. '
Soldiers participating in ths
(.exercise are not supposed to read'
while on duty, or play cards, ci-
ther, any more than are soldier [
In actual combat. But in the ex-,
tra hours between phases of tho,
Pacora-Chepo maneuver there,
many GI's who were a bit less*
weary of "war" than they would i
be otherwise and who can thank
the field workers, both paid and
volunteer, who carried out this
operation.
The local Red Cross organiza-
tion distributed a total of 10.000
magazines, as well as 4,000 news-
papers and 1,000 books, during
1050. says Mr. Trace. Not all ol
them went to soldiers In the field.
Patients at Gorgas Hospital and
Clayton Hospital are also among
the ieclplents of this care.
CIO Local Launches
Program to Recruit
Services Employes
FOR SALE:1948 Ford V-8 Super
De Luxe 2 door. 23.OO0 miles.
Never out of ion. Driven by re-
tired Dr. Radio, heater, seot cov-
ers, oil, greosad ond Simonizad
todoy. Good family cer, one con
buy with ossuronce. First $900
takas it. Blue book ceiling in
Stotas 1125. Con finonce. Coll
Albrook 7188.
FOR SALI:1949 Pard Caatam T-
eer V->. calar dark rev. '
arene1 new tirat, alaerk seat cavers.
eutiice rear view mirrer, radie, ee-
sMWely A-l sandMan. Fay ealy
$430.00 dewa and drive it away.
Year FORD, MERCURY, LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS
Tal. 2-1013.
FOR SALE:Friday to Monday 1948
Buick Sedan, duty poid. 11.000
miles. Excellent condition. Phone
Curundu 83-4145. Socrifice price.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffie Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
JUST
OPENED
JbrcC
COLPAN MOTORS USED CAR LOT
For Really GOOD, RECONDITIONED CARS
Us A Visit!
Pay
FOR SALE:1948 Buick SedaaeMe
Super, calar black, tear brand new
tiras, radia. eurtide rear view mit-
rar. This car is Ilka new an a-
c.ll.nt buy! Only $460.00 dawn.
Your FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Tel. 2-1031.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoli Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.S to 8 p.m.
Terminals Division Wllma
D. Crump, accounting clerk at
Cristobal.
Personnel Bureau Marjoile
L. Neckar, clerk at Balboa.
Storehouses Alice M. Baxter,
clerk-typist at Balboa.
Commissary Division Roral
E. Angermuller. Commissary As-
sistant at Mount Hope.
Eyrie Lodge to Mark
25th Anniversary
On Easier Sunday
Trip To Interior
Celebrations
Set Tomorrow
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury 2-door,
radio, nylon upholstery, white side
woll tires. $1,800, cash or finance.
Coll 27-7-5192 after 4:30 p. m.
PERSONALS
If you lack poise, grace, confidence
ond self assurance, contact us.
274 31 05 or Balboa "Y" Hornatt
& Dunn.
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10Danubio
11Rosoning
Mr. Espinosa
Elona
Eclipse
Tap Dancer
Gaywood
Gran Dia
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ONE BESTDANUBIO.
On Automobile Row Tel. 2-103.
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INSURANCE
FIRMS ORDERED
(Continued front Page 1)
nania Canal, on whose leased
land the building Is erected.
The lease agreement provides
that the building serve as offices
and living quarters "for employes
of the Licensee who are engaged
in the administration of the Li-
censee's business exclusively in
the Canal Zone, as authorized
and restricted by the Executive
Office of The Panama Canal and
the members of the families of
said employes."
The Insurance companies con-
cerned work on a fee basis with
the Credit Union since. Board
members were told, insurance
companies do not accept an or-
ganization as Its local agents.
The entire question of the
handling of insurance and 'ease
provisions for the building mo y
be referred to a general meeting
of the Credit Union members.
Tbe Credit Union is "finan-
cially sound in every respect,"
according to the auditor *ho
makes a quarterly audit of the
organisation's books.
The present questions, which
have led to two recent speciallv-
called directors' meetings, are
only that of compliance with pro-
visions of the lease, and whether
(he present insurance operailo-.ts
of the Credit Union will be conti-
nued, according to Presiden!
3eorge Herman.
luAbr
building
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Jnan Franco
Tel. 8-1S03
Unitarians Plan
Dinner To Assist
Tubercular Youth
A Chinese dinner will be given
at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow Good Fri-
day, at the Herrick Heights home
of Dr. Norman W. Elton, by The
Unitarian Society.
The proceeds of the dinner,
which -costs $2.50 per plate, will
be used to pay the medical ex-
penses of a young boy seriously
ill with tuberculosis.
A pleasant setting, outdoors
beneath the light of a full moon,
will add to the authentic Chin-
ese dinner to be prepared by
Harry Chan. The public Is cor-
dially invited.
WANTED
The SERVICIO COOPERA-
TIVO INTERAMERICANO DE
EDUCACIN will accept seal-
ed bids on the construction of
5M wooden chairs and 58
wooden tables. Specifications
for chairs and tables may be
obtained in the Servicio Coo-
perativo office. No. 1, Va Es-
paa, Office No. 10. Bids will
be opened at 11 a.m., April
2. 1851.
On Sunday, March 25, the Ey-
rie Lodge No. 530.1.B.P.O. Elks of
W., will start Its anniversary cele-
bration that will mark the Sliver
Jubilee of the lodge.
Arrangements completed for
Sunday's program Include the
following:
At 10 a.m. a party of members
including exalted ruler Luther C.
Johnson an dchlef antler Edgar
C. Peart and their officers will
form a pilgrimage to the Mt.
Hope Cemetery headed by dis-
trict deputy Mike Lazarus and
his staff. There, deputy Lazarus
will lay a wreath on the grave of
the late bill Jas. S. Wilkinson Ey-
rie's first and only life member
and who was considered the la-
ther of the lodge.
At 1:30 p.m., members of tha
order will assemble at the Auro-
ra lodge hall, 12th St. and Broad-
way. Colon and parade along that
avenue to Christ church by-the-
Sea where Thanksgiving Service
will be observed with the Revc r>
end Malnert Peterson oflfclailng.
From the Church, the parade will
go along Bolivar Avenue to 12th
Street and along Melendez Ave-
nue to the Club Tropical where
the anniversary entertainmr.t
will be held.
According to bill Archibald Bai-
ley executive, secretary for the
committee in charge of arrange-
ments, other Items that will mark'
the Silver Jubilee of the lodge
will be a gift of foodstuff, cloth-
ing and medicine to the Old Peo-
ple's home at Puerto Pllon a fw
days following the celebration,
also the awarding of two educa-
tional prizes and the distribution
of their Souvenir Program (now
being printed) prior to the date
of the anniversary ball.
A Queen contest sponsored by
the educational department of
the Eyrie Temple No. 450 to tie in
with the anniversary activities
ended with daughter Icilda Ross
of the Eureka Temple No. 309
Panama City as the winning can-
didate and will be crowned "IcU-
da I" of the festivities prior to
the date of the ball.
The parade will be headed by
an ali Elks band with the veteran
State Band master for the ord?r
In these parts bill Reginald Pret-
cott as band leader. Every unit of
the order on the Isthmus have
been Invited to take part In the
celebration.
Members of the executive com-
mittee In charge are C A. Mov
tlev. A. E. Lambert. Archibald
Bailey. Wllmoth Willis, Hubert
Green and headed by district de-
puty Mike Lazarus as chalrmi-n.
Edgar Peart and deputy Olga
Thorpe are honorary members of
the committee, _
As a part of Its Intensified cam-
paign to organize all local-rate
workers under Its banner, Local
900 of the Government and Civic
Employes Organizing Committee
C.I.O. has launched a campaign
among local-rate employes of the
Navy, the Army, and the Air
Force.
In order to acquaint officials of
the Armed Forces of Its inten-
tions and Its aims and objectives,
the Local arranged conferences
with Lt. Gen. William H. Morris,
Jr., Commander-ln-Chlef Carib-
bean Command: MaJ. Gen. Ray
E. Porter. Commanding General,
United States Army Caribbean:
and Rear Adm. Albert M. Bled-
soe, Commandant, 15th Naval
District.
At each of these conferences,
the union was assured that the
Armed Forces units Involved "re-
cognize the principle that em-
ployes have the right to Join or
refrain irom joining organized
employs groups. Civilian em-
ployes may organize. Join or re-
frain from joining any lawful
employe groups without interfer-
ence, coercion, restraint, discrim-
ination, or reprisal. The employe
shall not be affected because of
membership or non-membership
In such employe groups."
All three officers invited the
organization to bring to their at-
tention any attempts at Intimi-
dation resorted to by supervisors
in any of the areas Involved un-1
A guided trip to see the Good
Friday celebrations in the In-,
terlor, with Penonome as Its,
final destination, will leave tho
Hotel El Panama at 10 a.m. to-,
morrow. A stop will be made at
the Balboa YMCA.
The tour is being arranged
and will be conducted by Junglo
Jim Price. The cost of transpor-1
tatlon and lunch Is $12. I
The tour will schedule stop
at Rio Mar for luncheon and a
short swim, if the sightseers'
wish, Anton and at Nata, tox
visit the oldest church in tho
New World. The party will reach]
Penonome Is time to see much!
of the elaborate Good Friday!
processions, traditionally held*
after dark.
The party will return to Pa->
nama City about 1 a.m. Sa-'
turday.
Gainza Paz' Arrest
Denied by Congress
Committee Members
BUENOS AIRES. Mar. 22 (UP)'
The whereabouts of Dr. Alber-
to Gainza Paz, publisher of La
Prensa, is unknown.
Though he Is not at his horns
der their command. Gen. Porter;La Prensa colleagues report hs
went further to state that all at- | is all right and do not bellevs
tempts to restrain or Intimidate
employes Into not joining the or-
ganization should be brought lm-
he has been arrested.
Official sources this morning
did not confirm rumors that hs
mediately to his attention be- had been arrested and lodged la
cause "such action would not on-
ly be contrary to a principle for
which he stands, but would also
be against his orders to that ef-
fect.''
Zone Electricians
Offered Paducah *
Atomic Project Jobs
A request for help In furnish-
ing,electricians for the new Ato-
mic project in Paducah. Ken-
tucky, has been received by
Electrical Workers local 397
from the International Brother-
hood of Electrical Workers.
The IBEW letter, to all local
unions, states:
"We have a good size job com-
ing up here In Paducah, the
Atomic Energy Project. This
plant will probably employ 2500
electricians, both Inside wlremen
and linemen.
"We are asking your help In
placing men on this Job.'which
Is getting under way now. Would
like to know how many men you
can furnish us about April.
"We are working 40 hours per
week at the present time, and
expect to go on 48 hours, maybe
more. Our scale Is $2.50 per
hour, double time for all over-
time.
"Please notify us how many
men you can furnish us and
their classifications."
The letter was signed bv John
M. King, business manager of
local 816 at Paducah.
the Congress building.
The Congress secretariat, po-
lice and the Joint Congression-
al Committee appointed to "in-
tervene into and investigate" La
Prensa branded as absolutely
false the rumors that Gainza
Paz had been arrested. ,
It was earlier reported that
the Joint Committee had order-
ed his detention for 15 days for
contempt of Congress. The re-
port said the contempt charRS
was base "don his statement
challenging the right of Con-
gress or its committee to pre-
vent the publication o La Pren-
sa.
Deputy Victor Tomassl, sec-
retary of the joint committee,'
decided the statement was "In-
jurious to Congress and a vlola-
t'on of Parliamentary rights*
and ordered that Gainza Pas
be detained for 15 days at ths
disposition of the committee.
Gainza Paz has not since re-
turned to his house, which is
under Federal police surveillancs
within and without.
Chile Will Exchange
Envoys With Venezuela
SANTIAGO. Chile, Mar. 22,
(UP) Chile has resumed diplo-
matic relations with Venezuela.
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MUG SOIMMt*
MINK
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^ Harriot,
rDEBOWflM-SMBTGilAIGE
Atlantic Side Sets
Big Fair. Rodeo
On Saturday, Sunday
CRISTOBAL, Mar. 22On Sat-
urday and Sunday all roads will
lead to the Atlantic (Brazos
Brook) Saddle Club Fair and Ro-|
deo. ,
Festivities will start at 1 p.m.,
and will continue throughout ths,
afternoon on both days. Triers,
will be fun for allhorse racing,,
games, plenty of food, hot dogs,
hamburgers, soft drinks, and po-.
ny rides for the children.
All and all, lt will be a real
country fair.
The big parade through Mar-
garita will start at 12 noon Sat-
urday and will consist of a troop
of horses, band majorettes,
clowns, floats displaying local
products, and everything else
that goes to make a good parade.
The public Is cordially Invited
to visit the Saddle Club Fair and
Rodeo on Saturday and Sunday,


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24 00
Wolter Winchell
In New York
MISTER "C"
Frank Costello. who made Schmeaux put of the Godfreys.
Berles, Caesars, et al. this week by becoming a television star
i using just his hands, once wa approached by a prominent
Mew Yorker who wanted to borrow ten thousand. "Of course
I'll sign a note.'' added the anxious bite-seeker... "If I should
be killed riding home in a taxi nowyou'd have proof of the loan
and could sue my estate." v.
"I don't want a note;' said Mr. C. (counting out the ten big
ones). "Supposing the one who got killed riding home in the
cab tonight happened to be me and they found your note in my
pocket? You'd be ruined!"
Speaking of taxis, Costello (always a man of great mystery
in the old days when operating big) hit the iront pages with al-
most his current force several years ago when he leit $27,200 in
cash on (who turned the dough in) a big reward and bought him a new
cab, after which he waged a bitter three-year legal battle with
the City to recover the money, finally winning... Last year he
jumped Into a taxi on a rainy night and spotted the same driver.
"Oh, no!" screamed the cabbie. "Do we have to go through all
that again?"
Costello (whose intimates know him as "The Uncle") hates
now to be identilied as the "Slot Machine Czar" above all el3e
and has a standing offer of $0,000 to any charity for every
machine that can be traced to him... Once an asssociate editor
ot Lile spent weeks trying to contact him... Mr. C. finally
lunched with him... After two hours of aimless conversation
(during wtitcn costello puzzled over, the cause of the editor's In-
tense interest), the man linally blurted out: "Mr. Costello, the
real reason I wanted to meet you was that I wanted to buy a
slot machine for mv home. I've always wanted one"... Frank got
one lor him... Soon afterward the man's boss (the managing
ed.) dined at his home, saw the "lovely" slot machine puilea
rank and toon it to his home... So the assistant ed. wanted an-
ctner onebut Costello turned him down... "Only one to a
magazine." he flipped!
He first got Interested In buying New York real estat* (which
has netted him a pile) because he got the late Mayor Hylan In-
ebriated. Rea Mike," as they called him, was sick in Palm Beach,
cominea to a wneel chair and surrounaed by medicos... Costello.
visiting there, decided it was more hypochondria than Illness.
He tola Hylan, "I once had exactly what you've got and mv doctor
curea me. I've got a bottle ot the stuff left"... Mixing a lot of
brandy with a dash ol lrult juice, he ave it to Hylan. a non-
drinker, by the tablespooniul... Alter half an hour Hylan got
tilt oi tne wheel chair and exclaimea: "Wow! I leel much better! '
To show his appreciation Hylan said: "Get all the money
you can get your hands on. son. and buy real estate on Central
Park Wesi"... He knew the city was about to build the 8th Ave.
subway, shooting up the land value. F. C. took his advice, and
needless to say nad no cause to regret It.
Manpower Chiefs
Face Delicate
Defense Issues
. BY PETER EDSON
'Round and 'Round
Costello's feud with the late Mayor LaGuardia enlivened the
liont pages for years... One Sunday the Little Flower opened his
weekly Broadcast by reading the lunny papers < there was a news-
paper strike on), tnen spent the next 15 minutes blasting Frank
C. as a "tinhorn," etc. and linisned with a plea or contributions
to Ked Cross (some conglomeration!, concluding with a promise
that anyone who sent a Red Cross check to him would receive
a personal letter of acknowledgement... Costello mailed him $500
that night... The next da.v LaOuardla kept his word and sent
nlm a respectful letter 'For the Red Cross, I'll do It," the Mayor
told his astonished staff. The note is still one of Mr. C's proudest
possessions.
There must have been an affinity between Costello. brandy
and New York mayors... While LaGuardia was a Congressman,
he and Mr. C. were iriends, and one day Fiorello sent word to
bim that he had to do considerable entertaining in Washington.
La Guardia said It was hard on an honest Congressman's take
home payand would Frank net him some brandy to serve his
guests?... The gambler got it from a lriend who was .chief
steward on the Italian liner Rexand he told LaGuardia just
where it came fromso he could be assured it was the McCoy.
The next day LaGuardia on the floor ol Congress demanded
that the Prohibition authorities make an Investigation of smugg-
ling by stewards on trans-Atlantic ships!'... That night the
Little Flower notified Costello that he meant no harm, "but we
Congressmen live on publicity, you know."
The big break between the two had heavy political repercus-
sions... Many ho-humbug stories have been written about it...
Actually it came about thisaway... When LaGuardia was first
nominated for mayor he sent a mutual friend, a lawyer lnltial'd
J. A., to ask if Mr. C. would support him... Costello's answer to
the intermediary was: "Let him ask me himself. He knows me
well enough"... From that spark the feud grewand nothing
else started It.
When Costello first got Into the big money he returned to his
birthplacea little moutain town called La Ropola in Southern
Italyand found everybody flat broke... Enlisting the aid of
the local priesthe learned Just how far in hock each one was
-and gave out enough to get them all on their feet.. The last
man he met was the oldest in townand instead of a handout
he wanted to collect a note (worth about 80 cents) for two sacks
0 grain Costello's father bought 35 years before and had never
paid.
Costello gave him all the cash that was left... When he got
back to New York he confronted his mother with the damming
evidence... "All mv life vou said you and Pop always paid vour
debtsno matter how poor you were. What about this? For
thirty-five years you didn't pay it. You ought to be ashamed!".
His mother studied the paper, then threw it back to him and
shrugged: "It's a forgery!"
When the Lindbergh baby was kidnaped a Morgan partner
(he knew) asked his help... Mr. C. consented to meet Lindbergh
(at Hopewell). specifying that he must be driven there In a car
with the shades drawn and be taken into the house out of sight
of all reporters, state police, etc. (Hard to believe that the same
man is now a TV star!)... There Mr. "C." and Lindbergh dis-
cussed (alone) all the evidence, clues, etc.... He remembers It
distinctly today for the strangest reason: Lindbergh was having
breakfast In bed from a tray when he arrived... Anvway. after
hearing all that the Colonel knewhe advised him that bevond
doubt the child had been killed that It would be foolish to
spend ransom moneyand that when contact was made with
the kidnaperthe cops should grab him on the spot... If that
had been donethe greatest manhunt in America would never
have happened.
In view of all his current headachesMr. C. Is especially
happy to look at the inscription in a book Morris Ernst once his
lawyer) wrote: "To Frank Costello. wrjo still has his Constitution-
al rights."_____________________
THE MAIL BOX
ORCHIDS FOR MUSIC
Margarita.
To Editor:
I heard the Easter music pro-
gram at the Cristobal High 8chool
last Friday and I want to take
this means oi thanking Mr. Jor-
stad. the director, for a very fine
I Job. Those youngsters really pre-
sented a beautiful program. It
Ls a very fine thing to have as
the instructor of music In the
I school someone who ls interested
In brlnelng out the very best that
thp children are capable of do-
Inc
We arc very fortunate In hav-
I fa) Mr. Jorstad in charge of the
trusic department in Cristobal
High School and I know that the
parents of everyone of those chil-
dren were quite proud of the pro-
gram. We need more music in
every field. Our children may be
talented but how can we find it
out if we don't have someone who
is capable of bringing that talent
out.
Here is hoping that we have
more and more programs of thl-
sort. I know the public appreci-
ates music in anv shape or form
We have so little offered us I
this field here in the Zone, an
what could be better than o-
own kids performing for us. /
orchid to vou Mr. Jorstad, wh
.ould we do without you.
Yours for more music.
WASHINGTON(NBA) -Fol-
lowing the first meeting of the
government's Advisory Commit-
tee on Manpower In Washington,
labor hiring and placement po-
licies lor the national deiense
effort will begin to take shape.
Man power control has been a
principal bone of contention in
the union labor leaders' walk-
out from participation in the
defense program. The United
Labor Policy Committee has
wanted manpower direction left
in the Department of Labor.
This group has also wanted a
top union labor official appoint-
ed as manpower director on the
staff o Cnarles B. Wilson, di-
rector of the Office of Deiense
Mobilization.
Instead of following this ad-
vice, Mr. Wilson appointed Dr.
Arthur Flemming as his top
manpower official. A former Ci-
vil Service commissioner, Dr.
Flemming has been President o
Ohio Wesleyan University since
1948. puring the last war he was
a member of the War Manpower
Commission, and in this post he
worked closely with union labor
officials.
Because of the ruckus stirred
up by the Labor Policy Com-
mittee, Dr. Flemming has kept
pretty well In the background
since coming to Washington for
his new Job. It was he, however,
who called the first Manpower
Advisory Committee meeting.
It brought together the oper-
ating heads of manpower agen-
cies In Departments of Defense,
Labor, Agriculture, Defense Pro-
duction Administration, Selec-
tive Service, Federal Security
Agency, Wage Stabilization
Board, Housing and Home Fin-
ance Agency.
Principal administration will
be under ex-Sen. Frank P. Gra-
ham, Just named manpower di-
rector in the Labor Department,
which has already started to set
up labor-management advisory
committees. Dr. Flemmlng's role
will be to coordinate policy.
Among the problems before
the Flemming office and the
Manpower Advisory Commit-
tee are:
1) A quick training program.
With fuller employment now,
there are more skills to draw on.
During the lust war 14 million
working men and women had
to be given vocational training.
It won't have to be that big a
program this time.
2) Unemployment insurance.
As civilian industries close down
lor'lack of materials, there may
be some unemployment. Presi-
dent Truman has previously re-
quested increased unemploy-
ment insurance benefits and
lengthening the insured period
ftiew recommendations may
again go to Congress. So far,
however, employment has in-
creased from, month to month.
If this keeps up, the transition
to deiense production may be
smoothes. and With little dislo-
cation.
31 Change the work week. II
a manpower shortage develops,
demands for a longer work week
will be heard. So tar, the only
proposal is to go from 40 to 44
hours belore starting overtime
rates. In the last war the drive
for a 48-hour work week fell
flat.
4) Plant location. There ls to-
day no area In which a new de-
fense plant can be put to diaw
en surplus labor. Every new site
selected in the future will have
to be determined by a shift of
labor from nonessential indus-
try, as well as by availability of
power, transportation raw ma-
terials and housing.
5) Projections. So far there
have been no tables prepared on
how many men will be needed
lor defense production, which
and where. Projecting the em-
ployment and draft curves to
show total manpower require-
ments is a first job of govern-
ment agencies opertaing under
Dr. Flemmlng's directives.
6) College deferments. Univer-
sal military training legislation
now before Congress considers
only the draft of 18-year-olds.
New regulations must soon be
issued by Selective Service Com-
mission to decide what older
students may be deferred, in
order to provide adequate sup-
plies of professional and scien-
tific workers for the future.
There is now no consideration
of excusing these deferred stud-
ents frbm all military service.
The only purpose of deferment
is to postpone military duty
until a greater service can be
riven through trained leader-
ship.
So far. no one has formally
davanced the need for a "work
or fight." universal service plan.
Union labor leaders have tried
to Insinuate that this move was
coming. The report seems to be
based largely on the presence
of Gen Lucius D. Clay on Mr.
Wilsons staff. During the war
General Clay did support this
proposal when it was War De-
partment policy.
^e WASHINGTON
. I'lull'ii Oil
^ Merry-go-round
y DREW PEAISON
Grog Tax
By BOB RUARK
_ o
NEW YORK. It is easy to foresee a future
of seml-soorlety for tne American people, since
it seems likely now that the contemplated ex-
tra taxes on t>ooze win remove the art of tip-
pling iroin the domain of common olk, and
even a short beer will eventually owell beyond
the pale or all but millionaires.
We have seen this pattern start before, in
England, where even a meaicuial remedy ot
adolescent gin is outside the economy of a
working still, while Scotch. It available at all,
is quarry mostly lor lugluves irom Hollywood
using up their blocked pounds sterling, mere
is just so mucn tax that a commodity will bear,
and then the people who maae it popular quit
using it.
The Treasury's current proposal to push up
the tax on spirits irom $9 to $12 a gallon, not
counting the state's take, puts grog In the same
category as uranium, ana will undoubtedly make
tbi .i.iu anii tne crook sherlns and the boot-
leggers very happy, 'ihis ls where tne govern-
ment Is getting to be real dumb, indeed.
You see. despite the sermons against it. and
the legislation against tl, a great many people
drink. Some get drutne. and some don't, but
they drink. The President of the United States
drinks. Preachers drink. VIce-President Bark-
ley drinks. Athletes drink. Diplomats drink. I
never touch the stuff, myself, but then I am a
man of exceptionally noble character. Immune
to most fleshly temptations.
Well, when you have a great many people
paying in taxes for the relaxation they find In
whisky or beer or gin or whatever, it Is kind
of foolish to slay the golden goose and open
up a new and remunerative way for the crooks
to get rich When you put honest, labeled, tax-
paid booze outside the pocketbook of old Joe
Average, you becken In the bootlegger.
Only the bootlegger profits. Joe's stomach af-
flicts him. and maybe he goes slightly blind or
drops medium dead. Uncle Sam loses the re-
venue, and steps up his law enforcement agen-
cies which costs money, your money to
prevent illicit sales of alcoholic beverages. Even
If some people refuse to guzzle the bootleg stock,
the money loss to Uncle Sam is still apparent.
The oldest cliche I know ls the one about not
riding a free horse to death. There has to be
a point where taxation stops, or the negation of
the product is so great that the thing that used
to put money in the coffers ceases to-be bought
at all. We have increased taxes so heavily on
nearly everything that the tendency Is to quit
buying all but necessities, at consequent loss in
tax revenue. This does not seem smart.
Certain and for sure, whisky is a luxury
and so. for that matter, are soap, automobiles
and women's hats. But the commerce of the
nation and the prosperity of the people and
the strength ot the country are erected on the
sale of what we call "luxuries." Luxuries make
us a better people than Russians, who have few
luxuries. You cannot penalize a luxury so far
that it abdicates in dismay.
What used to be called "Merry England" ls a
drab nation today, with not much laughter and
little prosperity. England taxed Itself loose
from happiness. In Its socialization it gave a
great many people a lot of nothing, and took
from the few the things they admired as a dally
adjunct to pleasant living. It Is dull, and grey,
and quite miserable to live In, and ls also de-
pendent on the loans of friends and neighbors
to stay In business. I don't think they proved
much on the positive side in Merrie England, a
land I love.
But so we had in this country, and the heavy
bounce in whisky taxes is just an indication of
v hither we run. You can Inflate anything, even
a fifth of cooking rye. to a point where It loses
utility and eludes the common user, which kills
l\ as a facet of economy.
It is not sensible to overpenalize pleasantness,
tust because It does not happen to taste bitter.
Drew Pearson says: Duggan-Field link may be clue to seven
unsolved disappearances or deaths following revela-
tion in Alger Hiss case; Whereabouts of Noel Field is
No. 1 American mystery in Europe.
FRANKFURTThe No. 1 American mystery of Europe' con-
tinues to be the sudden and unsolved disappearance of four Am-
ericans in the Noel Field case after Field was named by Whit-
laker Chambers as a member of the Communist Cell In the U.S.
state Department. This case ls now being linked for the first
time with another unsolved mystery in the United States^the
strange death of Laurence Duggan, found In a snow-bank IS
noors below his New York office. Duggan also was named In the
state Department investigation, though cleared by the Justice
Department.
The amazing thing is that a total of seven people have now
died mysteriously or disappeared even more mysteriously follow-
ing revelations In the Alger Hiss case.
, i Tn,e *ou*" People who have disappeared behind the Iron Cur-
tain with or in the wake of Noel Field are: Field himself, who
disappeared in Czechoslovakia May 10, 1949. His brother Herman
vanished August 22 thai same year while traveling in an air-
plane between Warsaw and Prague. A few days later Mrs. Noel
Field .disappeared while trying to find her husband in Prague.
Then, one year later. Erica Wallachs, a friend of the Fields, went
into the Russian zone of Berlin in search of them and never
came back. Ail these disappearances occurred during about the
same period of three mystejious deaths in the Hiss case.
They were:
. .Pealn No- !Harry Dexter White, former Assistant Secretary
he Treasury, wno reportedly died of heart failure Aug. 18,
1U48. after testifying before the Congressional Committee at which
Elizabeth Bentley had charged White with being a member of the
elite Communist group inside the Government. White's death was
not announced until one day afterward and he was buried hastily.
. te,r." l*as reDOrted the real cause of his death was an overdose
of digitalis, not heart failure.
Death No. 2Walter Marvin Smith. Justice Department at-
torney found at the base of the Justice Department staircase
where he had fallen or jumped Oct. 20. 1948, shortly after the
House Un-American Activities Committee had questioned him on
his notorlzatlon of the transfer of title of a Ford automobile from
H^ss to William Rosen, described in the Congressional testimony
as a Communist organizer. Hiss, according to Wblttaker Cham-
bers, insisted on turning over his car to the Communist organ-
izer. Smith was the only actual witness to the transfer.
Death No. 3 and the most mysterious of all was that of
Laurence Duggan, the former State Department official who.
while putting on his overshoes to go home"," fell through a New
York skyscraper window. Duggan had been questioned a few days
earlier regarding Communist spies In the State Department. In-
surance investigators believed it unlikely that a man would com-
mit suicide while putting on his overshoes and paid his widow
nonsuiclde death benefits.
DUGGAN-FIELD LINK CLUE TO MYSTERY?
It now develops there was a personal link between Duggan
and Field which may supply one small clue to this International
mystery. Duggan and Field not only served In the State Depart-
ment at the same time but, for one period, they shared the same
house together off Judiciary Square in Wahslngton. Duggan In-
formed his superiors during the war that he had once attended
Communist meetings in Alexandria. Va.. during his early days in
the State Department but he had never Joined the party, and
became unsympathetic with their ideas.
Field, meanwhile, had left the State Department in 19J$\and
joined the League of Nations secretariat. During the war he
served as European director of the Unitarian Service Committee
which took him to Poland and Czechoslovakia, where he estab-
lished medical centers and children's homes. He had thus become
well acquainted with these two countries and, after the wM,""re-
mained abroad to write a book on Poland and Czechoslovakia.
DISAPPEARANCE UNPLANNED
Good Russians
By Brace Biossat
When Hitler invaded Russia in 1941, he made
mistakes both military and political. None was
more senseless than the brutal treatment his
soldiers dealt to the people of the broad Ukraine
in western Russia.
Evidence continues to grow that in the begin-
ning the Ukrainians greeted Hitler's troops joy-
fully as "liberators, and would have gone over to
the German side whole-souled if they had been
accepted as friends.
But the brutalities of the Nazis swiftly
quenched this uprising of spirit and drove the
Ukrainians back to the support of the Russian
Communist regime as the lesser of two evils.
The lesson in this event for us ls that we
must not make the same error. We must not
assume that all Russians are bad because the
Kremlin ls bad. Most of the experts who real-
ly know Russia well Insist that they are among
the friendliest and most warm-hearted folk In
the world.
The war permitted manv Russians to escape
permanently to the West. Almost without ex-
ception they showed that thev were like the
Russians of former days, and that thev had not
been taken in by Red propaganda.
TOWLE
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SILVER CENTER
PANAMA
One Russian engineer refugee, writing of his
experiences In a personal document, goes so far
as to declare that the Kremlin knows its pro-
paganda takes no real hold on the people. The
question then arises: "Why do they pump it
out?" He says the propaganda fills what other-
wise would be a vast vacuum, that it keeps the
people somewhat confused and disconcerted and
prevents the crystallizing of opposition ideas
which, if allowed to develop. mlRht form the
nucleus of real revolt.
A veteran U. 8. reporter who covered Moscow
for many years declares that at 35 virtually
evtry ordinary Russian is thoroughly disillu-
sioned at the Red regime. He says these citi-
zens are either cynical, resigned or gripped by
irtense inner rebellion.
It is wrong for us to assume, furthermore,
that the average Russian does not appreciate
as well as we do that the Communist dream of
a "workers' paradise" has not come true. Every-
thing indicates that the Russian realizes better
than anyone the gap between reality and Com-
munist promises.
His eal wages are probably lower than the
Russian worker enjoyed in 1928. when the first
Communist five-year plan began. His housing
is much worse than In the 1920's. Indeed, it is
no exaggeration to describe Russia's towns and
cities as one great slum. He's driven by his
government, his employer and his union to work ,
to the absolute limit of his energies.
He's tied" to his job like a slave (15,000,000!
are slaves in the most exact sense'. Yet he1
can be sent anywhere In the Soviet Union, re-
gardless of his wishes and his family's. If he
falters under the crushing weight of this re-
lentless pressure. Is It eased to give him respite?
Certainly not. The Kremlin's reply to failure
ls to applv more and more coercion.
All of this the Russian citizen knows as we
can never know. He can'U rebel because he
lacks the instruments of revolt. But potential-
ly he is our ally, our friend. No one knows
when the free nations may be able to help him.
But If the time comes, he is likely to respond
as vigorously as did anv oppressed man who!
ever threw off the tv~ant's voke. We must not
think of him as an enemv.
Our enemv sits in the Kremlin.
On May 5, 1949, Field went from Switzerland to Prague ind
on May 12 he failed to keep an afternoon appointment, He,has
not been heard of since. Apparently he did not plan to disap-
pear because his room showed no signs of departure. He dftl, not
notify the friend with whom he had the appointment nor. his
wife. Hertha, who planned to join him in a few weeks.
Five months later, however, when the Communists tried
Hungarian Foreign Minister Laszlo Rajk, the Hungarian press re-
ported that Rjk testified that Field had persuaded him to,be-
come "a servant of American Imperialism." Later, In the fall- of
1950, six East German Communists were charged with dealing
with "the American spy, Noel Field."
More recently Czech refugees have reported that Field would
testify in the trial of Czech Foreign Minister Vladimir Klementls,
though there has been nothing to substantiate this.
Meanwhile, Field's brother Herman, in August, 1949, decided
to go to Prague to find his missing brother. He boarded a plane
in Warsaw on August 22. Friends accompanied him to the air-
port and the American Embassy, checking the plane's manifest
later, found his name on it. However, when the plane arrived
at Prague Herman Field was not on it. He has never been heard
of since, either, except in one respect.
On Feb. 25. 1950. Vllem Novy, editor of the Czech Communist
newspaper, Rude Pravo, was denounced by a member of the Cen-
tral Communist committee for having betrayed state secrets to
a Western espionage agent when Novy was a refugee in Krakow
in 1939. Herman Field, who was then doing refugee work among
Czech refugees in Krakow, knew Novy and was apparently that
alleged agent.
THEORIES ON UNSOLVED MYSTERY
Meanwhile, Mrs. Noel Field left Switzerland on August 3 to
seek her husband In Prague but she, too, disappeared from sight
on August 17. A year later, with the Fields' whereabouts still un-
solved, their friend. Erica Wallachs, wife of a Washington attor-
ney, persuaded her husband to let her go to Switzerland to locate
them. Mrs. Wallachs went to Berlin alone, reportedly was met by
Leo Bauer, editor of the Soviet-controlled Berlin radio whom she
knew. She has never been heard of since.
Several theories are given for these disappearances. One li
that Field had been working with the Communists and, when the
Congresslt/ial Investigations got too hot, he wanted to be taken
into protective Communist custody. Another theory ls that the
Fields had worked with the Communists in their early days, knew
their vital secrets, and became too dangerous for them to have on
the loose. Another is that they wanted Noel Field as a witness
against key figures, such as Hungarian Foreign Minister Rajk.
Field not only worked with refugees during and after the war
but also with the OSS in Czechoslovakia and Hungary in an
effort to unseat Hitler's puppet governments.
Meanwhile, until Field and his family are heard from direct,
his whereabouts remains the No. 1 unsolved mystery of Europe.
(Copyright. 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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ANNOUNCES
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sponsored bv PHILIP MORRIS,
WILL SOT BE HELD THIS WEEK,
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INVITATIONS ISSUED TO TREVIA MORALES WEDDING
Invitations have been Issued for the weddlnr of Miss
Albertina Trevia and Mr. Carlos E. Morales whicn will take
.place Saturday. Apr. 7 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate
Conception at 8:00 p.m. .....
A reception at the Strangers Club will follow the cere-
mony.
An Voyage Dinner Party
Mi-.and Mrs. George Poolc. Sr.
entertained with an informal
Ad Mrs. James R Main who are
Mv'.ag next week to reside :n
Sfpr.'.phls, Term.
fTlu- other quests were: Mr. mid
Mrs. Sam Mauldln and Virginia,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graham and
Miss Martha Graham.
Mr. Main has resigned his po-
sition v. i:h the Electrical Divi-
sion.
i.i.ni Club to
Elect Queen for Convention
At the regular dinner meeting
ol the Lions Club Tuesday at the
Si rangers Club, the candidates
for Queen to represent the clt'b
at the convention in Chorrera in
Aprl were the honored guests.
The young ladies present were:
Miss Maria Grimaldo. Miss Xenia
Bertoncinl and Miss Federli-a
Gii"' ciin
T'"1 fiiit coi'iiUn "f votes wa.i
Held and Miss Grimaldo held first
P'?':e with Miss Bertoncinl se:-
OIKl
le final counting will be held
at a dance to be given "March 31
jJJ the club.
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Captain and Mrs. Hamon
Entertain
Captain and Mrs. E. L. Hamon
of the Coco Solo Naval Station
entertained with an informal
dinner party at their quarters.
Their guests were: Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Dlehl. 11
Oom:nander and Mrs. Paul Teseh,
Mr and Mrs. George Kresch, LI.
Commander W. J. Meagher, Mrs.
Thomas Meagher. Mrs. Maybeile
Thomson and Lt. and Mrs. L. .1.
Ducote.
Commander and Mrs. Paul Tesci,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Kresch and Mrs.
Maybeile Thomson.
Patricia Sheddon Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. White
entertained for their grand-
daughter. Patricia Sheddon on
her ninth birthday anniversary.
The children enjoyed refresh-
ments at the White residence be-
fore attending the early show at
Margarita. A pink and blue color
snappers and Xidy baskets wert
given as favors.
The children who helped the
honoree celebrate were: Frances
Holmelin, Marian Leach and
Princess Tobln. who won prizes
for games, with Jean Chambers,
Andrea Armstrong, Elizabeth
Hallcran. Diane Hlckey and
Georgia Smith.
Mrs. Shirley Crumley as hostess-
es.
Games were played and the
prize winners were: Mrs. Char-
lotte Tully. Mrs. Frances Brasseil,
Mrs. Pauline Holmelin, Mrs. Aga-
tha Wlckran, Mrs. Gladys Sm.lh,
Mrs. Carmen Chase and Mrs.
Catherine McNamee.
Mrs. Chase was a guest of the
club for the evening. She recent-
ly arrived from Costa Rica for a
visit. |
Mrs. Dora Bell, chairman oil
the dance committee wishes to
announce that the first Charity
dance to be sponsored by the Em-
blem Club will be held at the Elks
home Apr. 14. For tickets call Co-
co Solo 336.
Good Friday Services
The Cristobal Union Church
scheme'was used asd "fancy hats, f will hold a service at 7:30 p.m. on
Good Friday. The choir, under
the direction of Mr. O. E. Jorstad
will present "Lamb of God, Cho-
rale 1540" arranged by Christian-
sen and "Tenebrae in E Flat" by
Haydn. Mrs. C. J. Genis will be
the organ accompanist.
Rev. Philip Havener will speak
on "Death and Life in Christ."
Weekly Bridge Games
at Fort Davis
The ladies of the 764th AAA
Battalion held their weekly
bridge games at the Fort Davis
Oflcers Club with Mrs. A. A. Plc-
clrllll as hostess.
Mrs. William Llndstrom won
the high scoring prize and Mrs.
James Scarborough the consoiri-j
tion. The hundred honor ori^e
went to Mrs. H. F. Greene and
Mrs. J. H. Wlggs received the
traveling prize.
The other ladies playing were:
Mrs Thomas M. Lamer, Mrs.
James B. Storie. Mrs. Robert Car-
roll. Mrs. Henry Hartwig, Mis.
George W. Kennedy. Mrs. A. 12.
Hill, Mrs. Walter Skeistaltls. Mrs.
Georga Poole, Jr., and Mrs. Wal-
ter D. Bailey.
Announcements of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. John Fahnestock,
oj France Field, have received
word of the birth of their first
grandchild. The baby is the sen
Of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Eb-
don of San Diego. California and
was born in Mercy Hospital Sun-
day, Mar. 18. He has been named
Gary Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ebdon were both
reared in Gatun. Mrs. Ebdon is
the former Miss Susie Fahnes-
tock.
Mr; and Mrs. William Be?v,
Jr., of Danville. Virginia, have >-
sued announcements of the birth
of their third son on Feb. 18. The
baby has been named Andrew
Calhoun.
Mr. Beers was reared in Gatun
and was lormerlv employed by
the Special Engineering Division.
They have a wide circle of frlervJs
on both sides of the Isthmus.
Dinner Party at Coco Solo
Lt Commander W. J. Meagher
and his mother. Mrs. Thomas
Megher, entertained with a
dinner party at the Coco Solo Of-
ficers Club Sunday evening
Their guests were: Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Diehl, Lt.
Gatun O.E.S. Meeting
The members of the Gaum
O.E.S. Club met at the home of
Mrs Starford Churchill for their
regular meeting Tuesday even-
ing.
Mrs. William Hughes, president,
who recently returned from the
States, presided at the business
meeting.
Bridge and canasta were pi ly-
ed later in the evening with Mrs.
John Fahnestock winning the
high scoring prize at bridge. The
canasta winners were: Mrs. J. E.
Irving, Mrs. L. J. Egolf and Mrs.
Emmett W. Argo. Mrs. Curtis
George received the door prize.
The other members present in-
cluded Mrs. K. E. Meeks, Mrs. Por-
ter M. McHan. Mrs. Frank H.
Wolf. Mrs. Henry Shirk. M.s.
Charles H. McCullum, Mrs. H. R.
Harris. Mrs. Frank E. Truman,
itHu Jewel Ammon. Mrs. RalDh
L. Hanners, Mrs. Fred C. Wil-
loughby, Mrs. W. C. Smith. Kin.
Leroy Aarfleld and Mrs. Paul R.
Furr.
County Fair this Weekend
The Brazos Brook Saddle Club
Is having a County Fair Saturday
and Sunday on the club grounds.
There w^ll be events of interest
to all ages and picnic refresh-
ments will be sold. The tickets
are 50 cents for adults and 25
cents for children.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Pastor's Class
The Pastor's Lenten Class will
meet this evening at the Gatun
Union Church. While this class is
especially designed for those w'.iC
desire to unite with the Church
at Easter, everyone who is inter-
ested is invited to attend.
o
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Make
a sequel to' "King Solomon's
Mines" in Africa?
"Oh. no, not that." flame-hair-
ed Deborah Kerr said it In capi-
tal letters. "I'd love to go to Afri-
ca, but I wouldn't make another
picture there. The sand gets in
your makeup and it's difficult to
look attractive in 154-degree
weather."
Deborah's explanation of her
perfect hairdo in the film.
"You can't please everybody. I
did it myself after having a lot of
rows about lt. The darned thing
came out looking so tidy. I tried
to make it look dlsorganlzedly
organized. When I came back to
Hollywood and saw what lt had
done, I nearly died."
Quo Vailis, she said, was a cinch
after ploughing through the jun-
gles with Stewart Granger. Debo-
rah dismisses the S.r>,000,000 epic
as "just a few tired, old lions
crawling around and lacing In the
sun."
Nine year old Glgl Perreau has
a 13 year old brother, Peter Nlles,
who is also doing well in films.
When asked how come his name
was different, Glgi explained:
"I'm not sure but I guess that's
his maiden name."
Promised and hoped for:
A free-for-all between Marlene
Dietrich and Lisa Ferraday, plus
a piggy back race between Mar-
lene and dance hall hostesses, in
the upcoming outdoor-indoor
western, "Chuck-A-Luck."
CAT'S OUT OF THE BAG
Now that the secret Is out,
Shirley Temple's ex, John Agar,
Emblem Club Social Meeting
Emblem Club 52. held their
monthly social at the Elks home
Tuesday with Mrs. Jeannette
Cain, Mrs. Geraldine Cellucci and
Daniel Music Group
Books Pianist
Arthur Rubinstein
Arthur Rubinstein, one of the
world's foremost concert pian-
ists, Is scheduled for appearance
here in June.
He will be sponsored by the
Daniel Society, according to its
locul representative, Herbert de
Castro.
The Polish-born concert artist
has been playing in public since
he gave his first concert, at the
age of 12, In Berlin. He made his
American debut In 1906 with the
Philadelphia Orchestra and 75 concerts in a three-month pe-
riod.
He made his first South Amer-
ican tour in 1918 and has visl'.ed
Panama several times in the past
dozen years.
The Rubinstein concert will be
preceded by two other treats for
music lovers. These will be the
local appearances of the Vien-
nese Boys' Choir and the Don
Cossack Chorus. Both of these
groups sang here about a year a-
go. Like Rubinstein, they will be
presentations of the Daniel So-
ciety. Both concerts are set ten-
tatively for next month.
hopes Dave Selznlck will let him
use his own name on those rec-
ords he made as vocalist with
Frank DeVol's band. He's billed
now as Don Martin.. .Victor rec-
ords next buildup Is geared for
Lisa Kirk, singing star of "Kiss
Me Kate."... A well known comic
Just sent anonymously all his gal
friends copies of Dr. Max Rubin-
stein's new book, "The Gland and
Sex Dilemma."
If Peter Lawford can do it, so
can his matershe's out to whit-
tle a movie, TV or writing career
for herself.
"We can't get money out of
England," heavy-lidded, hand-
some Lady aLwford explained.
"And I don't like to go to Peter
and say that I need $10 for a hair
wave."
A couple of years ago, Lady
Lawford nabbed a role in "Mr.
Peabody and the Mermaid" un-
der the name of Mary Sommer-
vllle. Peter, she admitted, didn't
approve, but "they paid hie quite
a lot of money."
Her title has bowled over roy-
alty-awed stars and producers
ever since she came to Hollywood
and she's still being asked if she
knows some obscure Duchess and
how she manages with servants.
"I tell them," twinkled Lady
Lawford, "that it's how I manage
without servants."
Double bill marquee legend:
"For Heaven's Sakes""The
Company She Keeps."
All foul movie fare:
"The Mudlark" "Watch The
Birdie"plus "Donald Duck."
Inside on the Marilyn Maxwell-
Lash LaRue linkage in news-
print: It's the revival of an old
omance dating from the days (and Lewis with: "Ladles and
when she was known as Marvel gentlemen, and those who are
.axwell. It always happens. waiting in the overflow room
?pt.: Jim Hayward, who plays with subpoenas..."
he custodian of the feline in
Rhubarb," Is allergic to cats.
Suggested and vetoed as an ad-
vertising catch-line for Sally
Forrest's first song-and-dance
role (with revealing costumes) In
"Excuse My Dust":
"Another Part of the Forrest."
ZANY TIME
A friars banquet honoring
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
brought out George Jessel as
chief Roastmaster, Rhonda Flem-
ing in the dress sht wore on the
cover of Quick Magazine (it does-
n't cover much) and some of the
season's sharpest dialog.
Hal Wallis opened his speech
about the muchly sued Martin
George Burns, who described
Jerry as looking like a "bc.wl of
cold gravy with an egg In it,"
marveled:
"Dean and Jerry have been in
the big time only three years and
already they have five Cadillacs.
I've been in show business all my
life and I've got only eight Cad-
illacs."
Peter Donald says there's a
movie house in New York where
the foreign film policy is so pro-
nounced only imported popcorn
is sold in the lobby.
Carmen Miranda is sinking
$7500 for costumes Into her new
nitery act, plus all new song ma-
terial by Oscar winner Ray Gil-
bert.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harrey, all Is well,
A job you found, as we ean tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
"T,"
Soon you'll be president, wait '
see!
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James MASON Margaret LOCKWOOD, in
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TODAY
CENTRAL
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PANAMA, R. P., JUEVES. MARZO 21, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
j
Rusia enva tropas a la frontera de Irn
No es probable que se
inicie ofensiva aliada
tras el Paralelo "38"
Con las fuerzas que tienen a su disposicin lo ms
que puede esperarse es un "impasse"
Maana y el sbado
estarn cerradas las
Oficinas de Correos
La Direccin General de Co-
rreos y Telecomunicaciones, si-
guiendo la tradicin implanta-
da en el Correo de que el vier-
nes Santo y el Sbado de Glo-
ria, permanecern cerradas las
oficinas del Correo de la Re-
pblica, este ao se continua-
r con esta prctica, con ex-
cepcin del Correo Areo Inter-
nacional que abrir sus puertas
el sbado en la noche de 7 y 30
a 10 y 30 en la Seccin Noc-
turna y en la Estafeta de To-
cumen.
A Nuestros Lectores
A nuestros lectores
Con motivo de las festivi-
dades de Semana Santa 1
Panam Amrica no aparece-
r maana viernes, da na-
cional. Reanudar so publi-
cacin con su edicin del s-
bado prximo.
TOKIO, marzo 22. (UP).
Esferas autorizadas de Tokio
expresaron la opinin de que
las fuerzas d las Naciones Uni-
das tratarn de obligar a los
ejrcitos comunistas chinos a
que se retiren mucho ms al
Norte del Paralelo 38.
Segn las esferas, lo ms pro-
bable es que las tropas aliadas
se dediquen a librar una "gue-
rra de maniobras" sin lanzar
una ofensiva en gran escala al
Norte del Paralelo. Las esferas
sealaron que aunque Truman
y el Secretario de Estado Ache-
son han dicho que el General
Douglas MacArthur tiene ple-
nos poderes para cruzar el Pa-
ralelo, ste manifest reciente-
mente que con las fuerzas que
tiene a su disposicin, lo ms
que puede esperarse es un "Im-
passe".
Como hasta ahora no hay
seales de que vayan a enviarse
refuerzos considerables a Mac
Arthur, ste posiblemente ten-
dr que poner en prctica la
tctica por l mencionada: Una
guerra de maniobras sin exten-
der mucho sus lineas para in-
fligir a los comunistas un m-
ximo de bajas con un mnimo
de prdidas para los aliados y
continuar los ataques areos y
navales a las lineas de comu-
Pass a la Pg a col, i>
El Gobierno Argentino niega
el arresto del Dr. Gainza Paz
Justo F. Arosemena
Director General
de la Fiduciaria
Un decreto sobre regocijos
pblicos en la Semana Santa
dicta la Alcalda de Coln
Nuevas especies
de Pjaros han.
sido descubiertas
Varias nuevas especies de p-
jaros panameos han sido des-
cubiertas en Panam por el
eminente ornitlogo norteame-
ricano, doctor Alexander Wet-
more, director de la Institu-
cin Smitsonlana que se en-
cuentra ahora en esta ciudad
continuando sus investigacio-
nes.
El doctor Wetmore se en-
cuentra trabajando por los al-
rededores de Caplra y con cen-
tro en Cerro Campana, de don-
de partir para Pes para unir-
se a los doctores Gazln y Pear-
ce para las investigaciones pa-
leontolgicas y luego visitar Pa-
rlta sobre las investigaciones
arqueolgicas de esa rea.
El doctor Wetmore tiene ya
tres aos estudiando los pja-
ros y dems aves panameas.
En 950 llev consigo a los Es-
tados Unidos 900 especmenes,
que comprendan 180 especies,
Paaa a la Pagina 6 col. 2.
El Alcalde Municipal del Dis-
trito de coln, ha dictado el
siguiente Decreto con motivo de
la celebracin de la Semana
Santa.
DECRETO NUMERO 18
(de Marzo 21 de 1951)
Por el cual se dictan algunas
medidas y se permiten regocijos
pblicos con motivo de la Se-
mana Santa.
EL ALCALDE DEL DISTRITO
DE COLON, en uso de sus facul-
tades legales, y
CONSIDERANDO-
Lo que establece el artculo 8o
de la Ley 26 de 1941, y la facul-
tad que le confiere el Inciso 8o.
f'JartIcul 43 del Decreto-Ley
27 de 31 de Mayo de 1947
DECRETA:
ARTICULO lo.Con motivo
del Viernes Santo (Duelo Na-
cional) ordnese el cierre de to-
dos los establecimientos comer-
ciales e Industriales, con excep-
cin oe los establecimientos de
expendio de vveres al por me-
nor que podrn permanecer a-
biertos hasta la una de la tarde
de los restaurantes, refresqueria
boticas y cines que podrn per-
manecer abiertos durante todo
el da y la noche y de las Can-
tinas y Bodegas que permane-
cern cerradas desde el medlo-
(Pasa a la Pa:na 6. Coi n
Ocho escuelas pblicas se
inaugurarn antes de Mayo
En Julio sern racionados el
Cobre, Acero y el Aluminio
WASHINGTON, Marzo 22 (U.
P.)El Gobierno iniciar el ra-
cionamiento de cobre, acero y
aluminio el lo. de Jwlio, obede-
ciendo el plan de restricciones
Falla por terminar
el 52 por ciento del
acueducto de Chitr
El Ingeniero Alvaro Cabal M.,
dirigir las obras del Acueduc-
to de Chitr, de acuerdo con
Informes suministrados a la
prensa en el Ministerio de O-
bras Pblicas. El Ing. Cabal es
un tcnico de experiencia en
el ramo, graduado en la Uni-
versidad de Louisiana, y se es-
tima que bajo su direccin las
obras del acueducto sern ter-
minadas en este verano, dado
el Inters demostrado por el
Ing. Carbonel y manifestado en
ese sentido a la prensa.
De acuerdo con los informes
tcnicos rendidos por los inge-
nieros anteriormente encarga-
dos de la construccin del A-
cueducto de Chitr. an falta
el 52 por ciento del trabajo.
de materiales encaminado a
contar con metales para la de-
fensa y produccin civil esen-
cial.
Manly Flelschmann, Adminis-
trador de la Junta Kacional de
produccin, que dl la noticia,
dijo tambin que se harn es-
fuerzos para conseguir para Ju-
nio un anticipo sobre la canti-
dad que les corresponda de ace-
ro, aluminio y cobre para los
fabricantes de maquinarla agr-
cola.
Al mismo tiempo, el Represen-
tante Demcrata, Thomas Aber-
nethy advirti que los precios
de vveres subirn an ms a
pesar de los controles Impuestos
en caso que no se tomen las
medidas para garantizar a los
agricultores el material de pro-
duccin necesario con que res-
ponder al llamamiento del De-
partamento de Agricultura pi-
diendo que se aumente la pro-
duccin de alimentos para la
ampliacin del esfuerzo de mo-
vilizacin.
Dijo que el Gobierno evit de-
liberadamente establecer priori-
dades de material para la pro-
duccin no militar hasta que
est en condiciones de imponer
restricciones genrales a los
materiales bsicos.
El seor don Justo Pablo Aro-
semena, prominente hombre de
negocios, fue designado anoche
Director General de la Compa-
a Fiduciaria S.A., en reunin
(Pn > la PAc rol :
Antes del prximo mes de
mayo se inaugurarn verl!u o-
bras pblicas en diversos tu-
gares del pas, entre Jas' cua-
tes se encuentran ocho escuela"
Entre las escuelas que estaiin
terminadas se mencionan m
San Francisco de la Cajeta, la
e Belisarlo Porras y en Ko
Abajo dos de los pabellones de
12 Escuela Repblica de Hait
i amblen la Escuela Repblica
de Venezuela en esta capital.
En el Interior de la Rep-
blica se Inaugurarn los dor-
mitorios del Instituto de Ar.es
Mecnicas de Divisa, que es li-
na de las obras mayores em-
prendidas actualmente con ca-
pacidad como para 240 inter-
nos. Tambin sern inaugura
das la Escuela de San Franc.r
co de Veraguas, y la Escuela
de Chame.
Cerca de la Capital, ser 1-
naugurada la Escuela de Pedre-
gal y otra en la poblacin de
Chepo
El Panam anuncia
programa de lujo
para las Pascuas
EL PANAMA anuncia un pro-
grama para el Domingo de Pas-
cuas el cual incluye una comida
especial y msica desde el ne-
ulo da en adelante.
El Maltre d'Hottl, Paul, nos
informa que est preparando
un delicioso men que termina-
r con "Baked Alaska".
Para completar las festivida-
des, se nos Inform que un gru-
po de cuatro personas pueden
tener el gusto de ver un pavo
entero rebanado en su meca.
Platos de nios se servirn a
medio precio, y a cada chiquillo
se le presentar una sorpresa,
con cumplimientos de EL PA-
(Pasa a la Pg. (, col. 8)
Dentro y afuera
vigila su casa
la polica
BUENOS AIRES. Marzo 22
(UP) El Secretarlo del Con-
greso de Argentina, la Polica
y el Comit mixto del Congreso
nombrado para "Intervenir-1 en
La Prensa, dijeron que era ab-
solutamente falso que el di-
rector Alberto Gainza Paz ha-
ba sido arrestado.
La Comisin orden la deten-
cin por 15 das del Dr. Albeito
Gainza Paz. pidiendo que se
lo ponga a la disposicin de la
Comisin por desacato al Coa-
gieso con sus declaraciones que
trat de intercalar en el Acta
de la Comisin durante las ac-
tuaciones de esta ayer.
Ayer, al comenzar la inter-
vencin de La Prensa, Gainza
Faz trat sin xito que se hi-
ciera constar su declaracin de
que el Congreso y la Comisin
Legislativa "carecen de facul-
tad y derecho para poder v
I Pas a N Par K Col'7
EL ETERNO MAESTRO DEL DOLOR Y DEL BIEN
Se teme que Inglaterra
tambin lo har para
proteger su petrleo
Enorme tensin prevalece ante la posibilidad de
que ese pas sea campo de batalla
TEHERAN, Marzo 22.(UP)Informes llega-
dos a esta capital indican que las tropas soviti-
cas s estn movilizando a lo largo de la frontera
de Irn, y que todos los puestos rusos en la fron-
tera han sido reforzados durante las ltimas dos
semanas.
Viajeros procedentes de Azerbaijan, que colin-
da con la Unin Sovitica, dijeron que los rusos es-
tn entrenando a fugitivos de Irn, incluyendo a
las tropas comunistas que huyeron de Irn cuando
el Gobierno Central derroc al rgimen ttere de
Peshewari en Azerbaijan en 1946.
Estos Informes, agregados a ^
Se calcula en un
milln de dlares
herencia de B. Shaw
las campaas de la Radio de
Mosc y la Rado de Bak, nar.
servido para aumentar la ten-
sin en la capital de Irn, !a
cual se encuentra bajo Ley
Marcial.
Las emisoras soviticas ha-
ban ablandado su tono hacia
Irn despus que este flriw.
su pacto con Rusia y pro'nibi
ios programas de "La Vos de
Amrica" y la BBC de Londres
Pero hace dos semanas des-
de el asesinato del Premier rt'.
Rarmara y el nombramiento de
Ilussein Ala, ex-EmbaJador en
los Estados Unidos, como suce-
sor Razmara las transmlsio-
tono de vitriolo,
nes Rusas han reanudado su
En Irn se teme aue Gran
(Pasa a la Pg. Col. 3)
LONDRES, Marzo 22 (UP)
1 testamento del escritor Geor-
ge Bernard Shaw revel que el
lamoso dramaturgo dej mas
de un milln de dlares.
La herencia bruta fu de
1.028.254.22 dlares y la neta ce
844.438 dlares. El Estado se
qued con 505,59880 dolare*.
Circulacin pagada ayer
22,100
A Corporacin de Ingeniera
se adjudic una parte de la
construccin del Hipdromo
Se ha adjudicado a la Corpo-
racin de Ingeniera la parte de
las construcciones del Hipdro-
mo de Juan Franco en cuanto
lo que ordena el punto A de las
especificaciones.
Segn el punto A, la Corpo-
racin de Ingeniera comenzar
el movimiento de tierra, los tra-
bajos preliminares del hipdro-
mo que corresponde a los dre-
najes y parte de la pista. No In-
cluir la pista de entrenamien-
to, pues se piensa usar la mis-
ma y acondicionarla para el
uso, cada semana, hasta que
pueda ser construida aquella.
El Ministro Carbonell mani-
fest a El Panam-Amrica que
se ha "encuadrado el costo a
las posibilidades econmicas del
pas, sin variar su funcionalis-
mo". En los prximas aos po-
dr terminarse todo lo planeado
para el Hipdromo.
Algunas de las reducciones
contemplan, por ejemplo lo cal-
culado, pero se deja todo listo
y engramado para que el exce-
so sobre esa cifra pueda esta-
cionarse y en el futuro el mis-
mo espacio pueda ser pavimen-
tado.
.Pav ' P Col.
Firmar A. Cantn
diplomas del curso
de verano de Sigo.
El Ministro de Educacin, pro-
fesor Modesto Salamn, inform
que el Director del Instituto de-
Verano para maestros, don Al-
fredo Cantn, firmar los di-
plomas que expida dicho ins-
tituto a la terminacin de los
cursos.
El Ministro dijo que el De-
creto que reglamenta dicha ma-
teria haba sido publicado en
forma errada en la Gaceta O-
flclal y que esto dio orgenes
interpretaciones equivocadas so-
bre la autonoma de dicho Ins-
tituto.
Estos crditos estn apare-
jados a los que expide la Es-
cuela Normal, Juan D. Arose-
mena y son para maestros do
enseanza primarla. Llevarn
la firma del Ministro de Edu-
cacin y del Director del Ins-
tituto de Verano.
En 20 provincias escolares
se ha dividido la Repblica
Creyeron que llamaba a Elias, El Profeta, y clavaron su costado co nafilada lana. Oscurecise el cielo y se raj el velo del
templo. Conocidos sanios te aparecieron a las gentes y entre rl temor creado por las tinieblas sagradas, se preguntaron los
soldados, sobre el manto donde cayeron los dados de la prole ca: "En verdad, ste era el hijo de Dios". A mil novecientos
cincuenta y un aos de aquel atentado del Hombre contra Di os. la Humanidad arrepentida se postra ante su erus y su
calvario
El rgano Ejecutivo, por de-
creto de ayer, dividi el terri-
torio de la Repblica para los
fines de la educacin en veinte
provincias escolares.
Decreto No. 394
'de 21 de marzo de 19ol>
Por el cual se desarrolla el
Articulo 22 de la Ley 47 de'
1946.
El Presidente de la Repblica,
en uso de sus facultades legales,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que el Articulo 22 de la Ley
47 de 1936 faculta al rgano
Ejecutivo para dividir el terrl- ,
torio de la Repblica en Pro-
vincias Escolares, segn lo crea i
conveniente, artculo que a la'
letra dice:
"Para los efectos escolares la
Repblica se divide en clrcuns- ,
cripclones que se denominan;
Provincias Escolares Por De-
creto Ejecutivo se determinar \
el nmero de stas".
DECRETA:
Articulo lo. Divdese el te-
rritorio de la Repblica en las
siguientes provincias escolares: I
Provincia Escolar de Agua- i
dulce, que comprende los dlstrl- I
tos municipales de: Aguadulce,
Nata y Ola.
Provincia Escolar de Antn,
que comprende los distritos mu-
{ (Pasa a la pgina ( columna )
El Aeropuerto de
Tocumen objeto
de clido elogio
A continuacin publicamos
parte de un articulo escrito en
el peridlo 'El Colombiano"
por el conocido periodista Fla-
vin Correa R. quien elogia las
atenciones que dispensan nues-
tras autoridades a los pasajeros
en Tocumen.
No creemos necesario hacer
comentario alguno al menciona-
do articulo, ya que ste se ex-
plica por si solo.
"Una de las cosas que ms
hemos admirado en la oficina
aduanera de Panam es el or-
den acostumbrado para atender
a los pasajeros y para efectuar
la revisin de sus equipajes. Lo
primero que el oficial encarga-
do de esa seccin hace, al Ini-
ciar la revisin de papeles, es
preguntar: "Hay alguien con
pasaporte diplomtico u oficial?
En caso de que asi sea, sirvas
(rasa a la. Pg. . Col. l>


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MERCED Y PANAMA
En la ciudad lleva una se-
mana el Reverendo Padre Jos
Saavedra Losada, Comendador
de la Orden de Nuestra Seora
de la Merced, residente en Ma-
drid.
El P. Losada es un hombre
joven, con rostro saludable, ga-
llego legitimo, nacido en Mon-
forte de Lemus, hermosa urbe
del centro de la regin cltica
espaola. Es un celta de her-
mosa voz abaritonada este P.
Jos Saavedra Losada, pleno de
simpata, miembro de unas r-
denes ms antiguas de la Pen-
nsula que comenz por orden
caballeresca en la Edad Me-
dia y se transform en Orden
Religiosa.
Qu bello es el hbito de los
mercedarios! Esa blancura, esos
pliegues nobles y magnficos,
El mundo cristiano est conmemorando en es-
tos das la gloria y el martirio de Jess, el hijo de
Dios hecho Hombre, quien en magnfica y sublime
conjuncin humana'y divina revolucion la historia
de todos los siglos con su mensaje de fe, de amor
y de paz.
Creador de una civilizacin, Cristo representa
la ms noble bandera espiritual del mundo. Por el
contenido emotivo de su vida, por la profundidad
inmensa de su pensamiento filosfico y por la mag-
nitud ilimitada de su sacrificio, constituye la ms
clara luz y la ms generosa esperanza que guan
a la humanidad en el correr del tiempo.
La doctrina predicada y practicada por el Maes-
tro resume todas las inquietudes de los hombres de
l_ .. _. j i j , esa dignidad que Imparte a
buena voluntad y soluciona todos los problemas que quien lo sabe nevar, como el
las contingencias de la vida encierran, por Jo me-
nos dentro de la rbita esplndida del espritu. El
ejemplo eterno de la existencia del Divino Rab de
Galilea es un estmulo para todas las luchas sanas
y un consuelo en las crisis de dolor y pesadumbre.
La concepcin filosfica del cristianismo se en-
frenta hoy a una campaa de vastas proporciones
para defenderse de los ataques traicioneros del ma-
terialismo como norma de vida que hoy trata de
dominar al mundo ya sea bajo los signos del en-
gao cruel o por la accin trgica de la guerra.
El comunismo se vale de todos los recursos pa-
ra impedir que la doctrina de Cristo contine su
carrera triunfal por el mundo. Aprovechndose de
la ingenuidad de unos y de la perversidad de otros
trata de desorientar la conciencia humana alejn-
dola de su lgico sentido espiritual para entregar-
la, con propsitos preconcebidos, a la creencia en
una vida desprovista de libertad y de emociones
para que sea fcil presa del movimiento que pre-
tende aniquilar al cristianismo.
En esta conmemoracin histrica propicia es la
ocasin para renovar la fe y la esperanza en el
destino de la humanidad tal como lo informa el
pensamiento luminoso de Cristo.
Que de la meditacin en esa vida y en esa doc-
trina surja alentadora en la mentalidad de todas
las naciones la idea generosa de una convivencia
serena regida por la justicia, por la dignidad hu-
mana, por la fraternidad y por la paz.
POCHITO-PERON
Por ALDOR
T^(C6& Y cremosos pudines en 5 minutos!
{Slo se les agrega leche y se cocinan
I Magnficos poslres-
con gran conomal
P. Saavedra, constituye un em-
blema y un secreto.
Yo he hablado con el P.
Saavedra Losada una tarde de
stas en Coln. Me he entera-
do de los detalles del viaje que
est realizando, del propsito
de ese viaje. Se trata de dar
a conocer la iniciativa de eri-
gir en Madrid una Basilica a
la Virgen de la Merced: ba-
slica a la que se aadir un
Centro de Cultura y un Centro
Religioso que en todo momento
estarn al servicio de los pue-
blos de Amrica Hispana, de
las Misiones Diplomticas acre-
ditadas en Espaa, de las co-
lonias americanas all residen-
tes.
Se expresa el P. Saavedra con
fervor, con excepcional agilidad
mental. 8e apodera de quien
lo escucha. Ha de ser un ora-
dor admirable este religioso jo-
ven y correcto.
Hablando, hablando con el
P. Saavedra, llegu a un punto
que me interes sobre manera
por cuanto se liga a la tradi-
cin panamea.
Cul es la Patrona de Pa-
nam? Qu advocacin ds la
Virgen est ms ligada a
historia de este pas?
Y hube de convenir con el
religioso mercenario de la
misma orden de aquel drama-
turgo mximo del siglo de oro,
que tambin estuvo en Am-
rica, Fray Gabriel Tllez, Tirso
de Molina que la Patrona de
Panam es la Virgen de la Mer-
ced.
El P. Saavedra me narr una
bella leyenda.
Un religioso mercenario que
vino al Istmo en los comien-
zos del XVI los primeros re-
ligiosos que llegaron a este con-
tinente fueron ios mercena-
rios... trajo la imagen de
la Virgen de la Merced a es-
tas tierras que descubri Co-
ln, a esa ciudad de Panam
la Vieja que fue la sede de
Pedro Arlas Dvlla, famoso jus-
tador, politico hbil y cruel,
que orden rebanar la cabeza
a Vasco Nez de Balboa, des-
cubridor de un mar...
Aquel religioso mercedarlo
era natural de Jan, en An-
daluca la alta, la
"La Prensa" expropiada...
STuTfaSf Erados Unido,, W, Bretaa
Econmico de la EA y Francia discutirn sobre
la defensa del Mediterrneo
L-iLF,HVyRE'JMaiz? 2,2 lUPl "na conferencia sobre la defen-
Minlstro de Relaciones x- ia dei Mediterrneo.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 22 (U5lf.
La Casa Blanca anunci que
Merwin L. Bohan, veterano de
varios cargos del Gobierno, en
Asuntos Comerciales y Econ-
micos en la Amrica Latina, ha
sido nombrado representante de
los Estados Unidos en el Conse-
jo Econmico y Social nter-
americano de la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos.
Bohan sucede a Albert F. Nu-
fer. quien recientemente fu
designado Director de la Ofici-
na de Asuntos Centroamerica-
nos del Departamento de Esta-
la I do.
Bohan. quien tiene cincuenta
y dos aos de edad, inici su
carrera en el servicio exterior
de los Estados Unidos en 192?,
al ser designado Agregado Co-
no admitirla como
terlors de Francia, Roben
chuman, revel anoche gue
Estados Unidos, Gran Bregan
y Francia celebrarn pronto
mercial en La Habana. Cuba
En los aos siguientes desem-
pe puestos similares en Gua-
temala, Tegucigalpa. San Sal-
vador. Urna, Quito y Santiago.
En 1940 fu Jefe de la Misin
Econmica de Bolivia.
Ha sido Consejero Econmico
de las embajadas de los Esta-
dos Unidos en Buenos Aires y
Ciudad de Mxico.
tinos.
Por qu
Patrona?
Por qu no solicitar del Re-
verendo Jos Saavedra Lasada,
Comendador de la Ordet\ 'l*1
Nuestra Seora de la Merced,
que suba al pulpito y nos cuen-
te la leyenda que forma parte
de nuestra historia? Lo hara
hermosamente el P. Saavedra.
Escucharamos su voz de bar-
tono, su bella diccin, su pa-
labra brillante de orador sa-
grado, que es de siglos el pri-
mor del bien decir de los mer-
cedarios...
Y tambin cabria que el ilus-
tre mercedario pronunciara una
conferencia en la Universidad o
en el Saln Claret o en el lu-
gar que l escogiera, para ha-"
blar de la Basilica de la Mer-
Andalca l'ed (,ue se erl&,ra en Madrid
Si quiere ahorrar dinero
SUSCRBASE
al ms ventajoso
CLUB de 50 Semanas
por una pequea cuota semanal.'
BICICLETAS
"VIKING" r
Avenida Central 91
ELACUILA
tan vivamente interesa a Pa-
nam.
Hgalo el dignsimo y sabio
mercedario. Despertara su voz
un eco de la de aquel varn
genial que se llam Fray Ga-
briel Tllez, Tirso de Molina...
pegada a Castilla, a Despea- Juntamente con la historia que
perros, no lejos de Ja llanada
de la Mancha por donde dis-
curri el Caballero de los Ca-
balleros, Nuestro Seor Don
Quijote.
El fervoroso mercedario an-
daluz instal la imagen de su
devocin en su convento de la
Panam que incendi el pirata
Morgan.
Milagrosamente se salv el
cuadrito. Y pas a una fami-
lia de las autnticas lstmeas;
y en el seno de aquella fami-
lia se vener por muchas d-
,cadas. Despus, ya fundada la
nueva ciudad, nuestra ciudad,
se erigi la capilla de la Mer-
ced, tal como hoy se encuen-
tra, a la sombra de las mu-
rallas. Y un buen da fue tras-
ladada la pintura a su capi-
lla. La Virgen de la Merced
qued as patrona de esta Pa-
nam de los maravillosos des-
SE NECESITA
El SERVICIO COOPERATI-
VO INTERAMERICANO DE
mutacin aceptar ofertas
selladas para la construccin
de 5M sillas y 50 mesas. Las
especificaciones de las sillas y
mesas pueden conseguirse en
dicho Servicio Interanterica-
no, con oficina en Via Espaa
No. I, Apto. 1#. Las ofertas se
abrirn el 2 de Abril de 1951,
a las 11 a.m.
EL INSTITUTO PANAMERICANO
avisa que
La Matrcula para Alumnos Anteriores
ser del 26 al 30 de Marzo de acuerdo con el
siguiente calendario:
LA SECCIN SECUNDARIA Sabanas No. 2104
Lunes. Marzo 26...................... 4o. y 5o. Aos
Martes. Marzo 27.......................... 3er. Ao
Mircoles, Marzo 28 ................... lo. y 2o. Aos
LA SECCIN PRIMARIA: (Calle V No. 26)
Jueves. Marzo 29 ................ 4o.. 5o. y 6o. Grados
Viernes, Marzo 30................. 2o. y 3er. Grados
NOTA;Es indispensable que el padre o acudiente venga
para hacer la matricula. Las horas son de 8:00 a 12:00
a.m. y de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. Las horas de noche son para
la conveniencia de los padres.
Im Matrcula para Alumnos de Nuevo Ingreso ser
del 2 al 6 de Abril. De acuerdo con el reglamento interno
del colegio, se har un examen de capacidad general a
todo candidato.
Para ms detalles dirjase a las oficinas del Instituto
TELEFONOS:
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que van a Taboga durante la Semana
Sania del 20 al 25 de Marzo de 1951
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REUNION DE ACCIONISTAS
Se cita a los accionistas de la Destilera Central,
S.A., a la Asamblea Ceneral anual que ha de celebrarse
el da 5 de Abril de 1951 en las oficinas de la Compa-
a en Avenida Norte No. 70 a las 8 p.m.
Se considerarn los siguientes puntos:
1Discusin del Balance Ceneral al 31 de
Diciembre de 1950.
2Eleccin de nuevos directores.
DESTILERA CENTRAL, S.A. ^
Anbal Tribaldos
Secretario
SeaMolds
adulador traje de
bao de lindo
satn Nyralon
t.. ltima creacin de Flexees...
rejuvenece y engracia an mt
los encantos naturales de su silue-
ta. De Nyralon elstico para
mayor control del talle, mayor
comodidad y soltura. De falda
larga o corta y en lindos colores.
32 al 38.
te*"* - ,.,. ...
...- de .r.?!(. .,,,.;.
DE VENTA EN:
Flix B. Maduro. 8.A.
Chez Margot La Villa de Par
Motta's (Panam Coln)
Almacn La Parisin
Ofelia de Navarro (David <
Agentes:
Irvine Zapp Company. S.A.
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Wf>n '
____
Schuman dijo poco antes do
partir hacia Estados Unidos en
el vapor "He de France", acom-
paando al Presidente de Fran-
cia, Vincent Aurlol, que "pe-
de asegurarse que la conferen-
cia tripartida se celebrar
pronto".
Shuman declar que no c:ee
me Gran Bretaa actu mal al
dar a la publicidad la nota ^n
que Francia protest de que no
.se le lnvltarq a las recientes
conversaciones A n glo-America-
nas sobre la defensa del Mc-
PARA LOS NECESITADOS Este es un cartel que ha sido
enviado a todas las escuelas catlicas de Estados Unidos, en
el cual se pide a los jvenes catlicos que contribuyan para
aliviar el sufrimiento de las victimas inocentes de la guerra.
Esta campaa fu iniciada el Mircoles de Ceniza por el
Papa Po XII y terminar el Domingo de Pascuas.
diterrneo efectuadas en la Is-
la de Malta.
Agreg que las conversaciones
en Malta fueron organizadas
oara que participaran en ellas
militares de esos dos pa'.ses "e-
fectivamente" presentes en t!
cha regin.
'LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
Sin energas...
y sin apetito
No hay nada mejor que PHOSFERINE cuando
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)esperta el apetito, hace desaparecer la
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PHOSFERINE
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Indicaciones? Depresin, Oibilidad, Indneit/e
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CONCURSO A BECAS PARA ESCUELAS
SECUNDARIAS OFICIALES Y PRIVADAS
De6de el lunes, 19 hasta el sbado, 31 de marzo del pre-
sente ao, estar abierto el concurso para adjudicar 89 becas
en los planteles Secundarios Oficiales y 6 becas en los par-
ticulares. Las solicitudes para intervenir en este concurso
deben hacerse en un formulario especial que podr obte-
nerse en la Direccin de Educacin Secundarla y en la
Direccin de cada una de las escuelas secundarlas.
INSTITUTO NACIONAL: Dos (2) becas para primer ao;
tres (3) para Cuarto Ao; una (1) para Sexto Ao.
ESCUELA DE ARTES Y. OFICIOS "MELCHOR LASSO
DE LA VEGA": Tres (3) para indgenas; siete (7) para Pri-
mer Ao.
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL: Una (1) para indgenas; cinco
(5) para IV Comercio; cinco (5) para IV Economa Domsti-
ca; una (1) para IV Telegrafa.
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO": Tres (3) para Primer Ao;
una (1) para Segundo Ao; dos (2) para Tercer Ao.
COLEGIO "FELIX OLIVARES C": Una (1) para Primer
Ao; una (1) para Segundo Ao; una (1) para Tercer Ao
PRIMER CICLO DE BOCAS DEL TORO: Una (1) para
Primer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE AGUADULCE: Una (1) para Pri-
mer Ao.
PRIMER CICLO DE PEN O NOME: 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 "J. D. AROSEMENA": Cinco (5) pa-
ra Primer Ao; trece (13) para Cyarto 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 MARIA INMACULADA (CIU-
DAD) Una (1) para Primer Ao.
ESCUELA PAN ASIA: Dos (2) para Primer Ao.
INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO: Una (1) para Primer
Ao.
NOTA IMPORTANTE: Las becas oficiales sern otorga-
das para un ciclo de estudio solamente. Para las becas de
los planteles oficiales no se aceptarn aspirantes que resi-
dan en el lugar donde est ubicado el plantel.
Tampoco se aceptarn aspirantes para un ciclo de estu-
dio, si en la Provincia del aspirante existen planteles de la
misma ndole de estudio.
Los exmenes para adjudicar las becas para estudios
secundarios versarn sobre Matemticas, Espaol e Informa-
cin General (Historia, Ciencias. Geografa, Educacin Cvi-
ca y Asuntos de Actualidad i y comenzarn el lunes 9 de
abril a las 8 a.m. en las siguientes escuelas: Escuela Normal
"J. D. Arosemena" (Santiago); Instituto Nacional (Panam);
Colegio "Abel Bravo" (Coln); Colegio "Flix Olivares C."
(David); Escuela Secundaria de Chltr (Chltr): Escuela
Secundaria de Las Tablas (Las Tablas): Primer Ciclo de
Penonom (Penonom); Primer Ciclo de Bocas del Toro
(Bocas del Toro); Primer Ciclo de Darin (La Palma); Pri-
mer Ciclo de La Chorrera (La Chorrera).
Panam, 17 de marzo ds 1951. -
FRANCISCO M. DIAZ
Director de Fricacin Secundarla


ItJlVM, MARZO it. 1981
FT fANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDCPENDICNTC
PAGINA TRtt
Una participacin abierta de Rusia
en Corea destruira gestiones de paz
Y el soviet no se encuentra
preparado para dar comienzo
a una guerra en gran escala
Por Donald J. Gonxlw
WASHINGTON, marzo 22.
lUPi Tomar Rusia otra me-
tida enrgica en Corea atocia
que los rojos de nuevo no an-
dan muy bien?
Toda participacin abierta de
lo Soviticas en el conflicto de
Corea destruira el programa de
paz con que Rusia ha tratado
de ocultar la agredn Coreana.
Se informa que Rusia no os-
la preparada para comenzar li-
na guerra mundial, que con se-
guridad surgir de entrar en
las batallas Croeanas. Las de-
fensas areas Soviticas no son
adecuadas para impedir un a-
taque atmico aliado contra
Rusia.
Rusia est ms interesada en
dominar Alemania Occidental,
su zona industrial del Ruhr y
cualquier otra conquista posible
en Alemania Occidental. Japn
que seria un gran botn en e!
Oriente est fuera del alcance
lo las esperanzas de conquis-
tas rusas. Adems, la cautelosa
estrategia actual de las N-
clones Unidas sigue su orlen a-
cin tratando de evitar lo que
pueda incitar a los rusos.
Las fuerzas de las Nacio.ies
Unidas no tienen proyectos de
gran ofensiva ms all del Pa-
ralelo 38- MacArttiur es muy
l,oco probable que reciba la or-
den de atacar las bases rojts
en Manchuria a no ser que ios
comunistas lancen su limtalo'
ooderio areo contra los ejrci-
tos de las Naciones Unidas.
El Servicio de Intellvencia ha
estudiado cuidadosamente la
posibilidad de que los rojos u-
tilicen aviones oon bases en
Manchuria. Las declaraciones
de prisioneros Chinos afirman-
Jo que los rojos utilizaran ?.-
viones esta primavera contra
f.s tropas de las Naciones U-
nldas han sido descontados por
el momento.
Los Chinos Rojos tienen apro-
ximadamente 500 aviones de
reaccin en contrase con el
calculo anterior que pona ?n
poder de los comunistas chino?
un total de tres mil de *-H
aviones. Los estrategas creen
que los rojos saben que si ini-
cian un ataque areo n gran
e.cala, sus bases sern batidas
casi inmediatamente. El actual
papel de sus aviones parece er
enteramente defensivo.
Atentado contra
ministro tico
SAN JOS, C. R. mar-
zo 21(UP)Urgente.
Anoche estall una bom-
ba en la residencia del Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, don Mario
Echandi, causando daos
materiales de importan-
cia.
Echandi sale hoy para
Washington para asistir
a la reunin de Cancille-
res.
Todo est ya en
la mayor calma
en suelo de Irn
TEHERAN, Marzo 22 (UP)
Todo est en calma en Iran
durante el primer dia de las
festividades del ao nuevo
mientras las tropas apoyaas
por tanques controlan a Tehe-
rn y se ha decretado la po-
na de muerte para todos los
que provoquen desrdenes
El Gobernador General Mo-
hammed Hejazi. quien est al
comando supremo de Tehciir.
oesde que se estableci la Ley
Marcial, advirti que cualquier
persona que rate de derrocar
a' Gobierno o crear desrdenes
ser condenado a muerte.
Hejazi impuso el toque de
queda desd la media noche
hasta el amanecer a travs de
Tehern y prohl la aparicin
de articulos contra el Gobierne
en los peridicos, bajo la a-
raenaza de arresto.
El nuevo Gobierno del Pre-
mier Hussein Ala extendi a-
yer la Ley Marcial a dos meats.
para
Panocitoi Enrollado*
2 tans ar harina cernida
V cucharada tal
Vi cacaaraMas sol'* ** aoraear
Maw a leche
S etteharada* de tara
Mezclar ingrediente! iccoi, agregar
manieca. Amatar por 30 aegundoa.
Eitirar y untar con 4 cucharadas
mantequilla y \i taza azcar mo-
rena, espolvorear con nueces. En-
rollar, corlar en roda-
tas. Hornear a 423* F.
20 minuto*.
CALUMET
P.l v. 4 H.rn..
4. D.bl. Ac..
En condiciones de combate se
pondr a tropas en Alemania
Es para cuando
se necesiten
como refuerzos
rara las vacaciones
de emana Santa ...
. Pedal Pushers w
. Shorts
. Siacks
. Camisas Polo
Vestidos
Blusas
Faldas
VESTIDOS DE BAO
tzen
da una y da dos piezas;
bellos estilos y colores.
GORRAS DE PLAYA
ZAPATILLAS DE PLAYA
BOLSAS DE PLAYA
LA PARISIN
Ave. Central 113
FRANKFURT, marzo 22. (UP)
Se ha revelado que el Ejer-
cito de Estados Unidos en Ale-
mania proyecta tomar todas
las reglones de entrenamiento
disponibles en este pas para
poner en condiciones de. com-
bate a los refuerzos que en
gran escala espera recibir.
Fuentes fidedignas dijeron en
bonn, al mismo tiempo, que los
aliados occidentales lian pedi-
do a peritos alemanes que tra-
cen planes para crear una
Fuerza Area y Armada, ade-
ms de una Fuerza Terre3'.re,
que presten servicios bajo el
mando del General Dwight O.
Ejenhower.
El General Mantn S. Eddy
transmiti el siguiente mensaje
a sus hombres a fines de sema-
na, al elogiar el reactivamicnto
del 7o. Ejrcito: "Deseo que us-
tedes entiendan claramente que
el 7o. Ejrcito tiene que estar
preparado para pelear Para
crmar con nuestros aliados ti-
na fuerza combativo lista para
defender la libertad. Estados U-
nidos y las dems naciones li-
bres abrigan hondamente la es-
peranza que se puede evitar la
guerra'. SI eso no se logra, el
7u. Ejrcito pelear y ganar.
A cada soldado norteamerica-
no que llegue a Alemania, de
acuerdo con el programa de
Inician trabajos
para construir
una capHIa
Ya se han Iniciado los tra-
bajos de la Capilla-Monumento
en honor de Santo Toms de
Vlllanueva, Patrono del Hospi-
tal del mismo nombre.
'Entre las cosas valiosas que
tendr la capilla, se destacar
un hermoso altar de mrmol,
cuyo costo asciende a la suma
de B. 2,500, suma que es ne-
cesario colectar entre loa bue-
FLACOS,FLACAS
flacruito y flaquItCTaV
nejordan con
CARNOL
CAJUfOLMk
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:
DIA HORA PROV. ESCOLAR
Bocas del Toro. .. .Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Cocl ...........Martes 27.........2 p.m.
Coln ...........Mircoles 28.........8 a.m.
Chiriquf .........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.
&*0*dt
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per la* laborau>ria i*
aaveatifaaa* aienfica da
PYI Cambridca. Infla-
tana, doad* lot eertbroa
Bl, MbratilieniM *' Radi.
briUideaa na dadicadaa a
amotraa t praba arogreaoa.
MODELO SSC Pa aarriaaU
altara
MODELO aac Para aeuaiaia-
dar d altiol
UmUm m
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Toda* laa banda da aada corta
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C o.lr.l da toa* para la variacin
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Gabinete bin proporcionado, ac-
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VENTAS AL CONTADO
POR SISTEMA DE CLUB
nos amigos del hospital Santo
ornas, donde tantas personas
han encontrado la salud del
cuerpo y del espritu.
Se ha apelado a todas aque-
llas personas que tengan hijos
nacidos en el hospital Santo
Toms, tanto del antiguo hos-
pital como del nuevo, que ofrez-
can el bolo de un balboa para
cubrir los gastos del altar en
que ser venerada la gloriosa
figura de Santo Toms de Vl-
llanueva, protector de los po-
bres y de los enfermos y pa-
trono del hospital.
Los bolos deben entregarse
al Reverendo Padre Florencio
Valtlerra, hijo del Inmaculado
Corazn de Maria y capelln
del hospital.
aumentar las fuerzas en Euro-
pa, se le entregar copia del
mensaje de Eddy. El Cuartel
del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
en Heidelberg complement' el
mensaje de Eddy anunciando'
que se tomar "toda regin de
adiestramiento disponible en A- |
tmania para Iniciar un nue\o
e intenso entrenamiento, k-
gn vayan llegando los solla-
dos norteamericanos en gr*n
nmero.
ATAQUE
Ataque ra enfermedad de toe riSonea, Ttjlra
? "If """*''"' Alinela con tai Pildora!
ce Becker. Lomoa adolorido, levantada!
aoctanua; ardor en la aretra; tobilloa kin-
cbadea; eoTantnraa reumtica!, el no poder
Inclinar., ion aiotomas que deben ecr aura-
da. y combatido! coa laa Pildorai da Becker
gnjaai Uftaaaa yJ,, C4a.aralaa m
Presentacin de
la Pasin recibe
clidos elogios
Un clido elogio de la presen-
tacin de La Pasin de Nuestro
Seor en el Teatro Nacional,
por artistas nacionales, ha he-
cho el Jefe del Departamento
de Cultura y Publicaciones, se-
gn nota dirigida a don Eduar-
do Gmez Bueno, que a conti-
nuacin reproducimos:
Ministerio de Educacin
Departamento de Cultura.
Seor don
Eduardo Gmez Bueno,
Presente.
Seor Gmez Bueno:
Anoche tuve la feliz oportu-
nidad de asistir a la presenta-
cin de la Compaa Teatral
dirigida por usted, en el sober-
bio drama de Monseor Corde-
ro, titulado "La Pasin de Nues-
tro Seor".
Fueron dos horas de Intensa
emocin y solaz espiritual. To-
do fue admirable: la trama y
el dilogo del libreto; la maes-
tra de los actores, no obstante
que muchos de ellos se presen-
taban por primera vez ante el
pblico desde las tablas, triun-
fo este que pregona muy a las
claras la competencia escnica
de usted, que en su condicin
de director ha logrado formar
este magnfico conjunto, y para
finalizar el fondo musical crea-
do por su colaborador eor del
Pozo.
El prlogo y los cuadros de
"La Eucarista", "La Calle de
la Amargura" y el "descendi-
miento", fueron piezas del ma-
yor aplauso, pues en ellas se
deslaca el magnifico esfuerzo
de realizacin epecutado por
usted.
En todas partes he escucha-
do los ms elogiosos comenta-
rios en relacin con la magni-
fica pieza teatral, que usted
nos hizo apreciar anoche.
Le repito, pues, mis mas efu-
sivas felicitaciones para usted,
el seor del Pozo y dems
miembros del conjunto arts-1
tico que anoche realizaron el
trabajo en el Teatro Nacional.
De usted atentamente,
I.ir. I. Behiche M .
Jefe del Depto. de Cultura.
iMmmm.....qu ricol
"EL POSTRE
QUE GUSTA
A TODO
EL MUNDO!"
POLLOS BIIIS EYE
M ni Maravilla!
Pobqiie son alimentados coa
esmero para que crezcan tierno*
yjordilos... con unas pechugas
que dan gusto! Y vienen fimpie-
citot y cortado* en piezas pera
frer o hacer el arroz con pollo
ms rico, con la mayor facilidad
y rapidez.
Pdalos boy mismo, y pruebe
los otros alimento congelados
Birds Eye.
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
eon DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
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PAGINA CTJATRO
JL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPEND!ENTB
En Divisa abrirn Curso de
Plomera a partir de Mayo
A partir del mes de mayo se
piensa abrir un curso de- plome-
ra en el Instituto de Artes Me-
cnicas de Divisa. Se nos ha in-
formado que ya pueden hacer
solicitudes para admisiones.
El curso de plomera se ha
establecido despus de compro-
bar que existe una gran de-
manda y carencia de plomeros
en el Interior de la Repblica,
sobre todo hacia los pueblos si-
tuados en las provincias cen-
trales. Los plomeros son Im-
prescindibles para la realiza-
cin de instalaciones sanitarias
en las viviendas y otras obras
pblicas y el espritu de progre-
so de las reglones Interioranas
est abriendo magnificas opor-
tunidades para los mismos-.
La cantidad de personas que
se acepten para tales cursos
depender en parte del estado
en que encuentren los dormito-
rios que se estn construyendo
actualmente. Se espera que pa-
ra el mes de mayo el gran edi-
ficio de seis alas finidas por un
gran saln central de alrededor
de cincuenta por diez metros,
est listo y proporcione capaci-
dad para 240 Internos.
PUNTOS DE VISTA
Se refieren a declaraciones del
Presidente Arlas en visita
t Chepo
Panam, marzo 21 de 1951.
8r. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA .
Ciudad
Seor Director:
Acogindome a la benevolen-
cia de la hospitalidad del rota-
tivo que usted dirige, quiero ha-
cer pblico, en mi condicin
de chepano lealmente Interesa-
do por la suerte He ese aban-
donado Distrito, mi regocijo por
la actitud y declaraciones del
Excelentsimo seor Presidente
te visita a Chepo para dlstrl-
NORMAS
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ceirse a ti ms desapasiona
das norn as periodsticas Urbei
enviar al peridico los asunto
y noticias ms interesantes qu
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CHEPOJni B Fnertea
ALMAS BRLLABReinaldo Caballa
de la Repblica doctor Arnulfo
Arlas en ocasin de su reclen-
bur ttulos de patrimonio fa-
miliar.
Pero es el caso, seor Di-
rector, que la cludaSjnia en
general debe recordar que el
suscrito en colaboracin con
otros chepanos esforzados, for-
mamos un comit pro-Acueduc-
to, que lucho de modo Intenso
para que esta obra llegara a
ser una realidad tangible. An
no se han disipado las fatigas
de nuestras mltiples gestiones
en pro de la consecucin de
los materiales para la debida
instalacin del deseado acue-
ducto; si no lleg a concluirse
culpas caigan sobre los altos
funcionarlos encargados de W-
nalizar la obra, que, no obs-
tante, conseguidas las partidas
correspondientes en la Asam-
blea Nacional por este Comit
Cvico no quisieron concluirla.
A nuestros esfuerzos se debe la
consecucin del tanque, su ins-
talacin, la perforacin de los
pozos, y solamente 2,000 pies de
tuberia de seis pulgadas, ya que
el resto de la tuberia que per-
teneca a Chepo, fue transpor-
tada a San Francisco de Vera-
gua al ocupar el cargo de Mi-
nistro de Previsin Social, el
seor Catalino Arrocha Graell.
Por esto, yo formulo los ms
fervientes votos, porque la pro-
mesa del doctor Arlas al pue-
blo de Chepo sea congruente
con los hechos. Entendemos que
el doctor Arias al declararnos
con singular firmeza de con-
vincente orador que "l se em-
peara en que este pueblo ten-
ga agua y que hara todo lo
que de l dependa para conse-
guirlo. -Y que le era muy gra-
to hacer esta declaracin fren-
te a los jefes de Previsin So-
cial y Obras Pblicas, ya que
stos le recordaran la prome-
sa, en el caso muy poco pro-
bable que se olvidara", no es-
taba haciendo la consabida
promesa, en el caso muy po-
co probable que se olvidara",
no estaba haciendo la consa-
bida promesa para salir del pa-
so, sino haciendo justicia a un
pueblo que tambin merece la
atencin de las administracio-
nes, que a la par que nece-
sita agua tambin reclama una
carretera Imprescindible para
sacar los productos de una de
las reglones ms ricas de la
Repblica.
No es nuestro deseo incurrir
en adulada al Jefe del Esta-
do, dbil actitud que no entra
en nuestro carcter; pero que-
remos manifestar nuestra com-
placencia, tanto por su formal
palabra, cuanto que su visita
significa una cortesa oficial
que sabremos apreciar.
En tanto, nosotros los che-
panos, estaremos en actitud de
paciente espera sobre la reali-
zacin de promesa tanto ms
enftica y gallarda cuanto ms
espontnea.
Dndole a usted, seor Di-
rector, mi ms sinceras gracias
por la insercin de la presente
carta en su acreditado peri-
dico, me es grato suscribirme
atentamente,
Julio Csar Garibaldo
Fue coronada
el 17 la Reina
de La Chorrera
GIMNASIO DE LA ESCUELA NORMAL. Vista de las P,0" '" V'bicas
Escuela Normal de Santiago d Veraguas, a careo del Ministerio de Obras Publicas,
dejar ese lugar de deportes, en condiciones apropiadas.
efectan en la
a fin de
Penonom lamenta
la muerte de don
Gustavo Amador G.
PENONOME, Marzo 21 (Corres-
ponsal). Muy lamentado ha si-
do en Penonom el fallecimien-
to de don Gustavo Amador Gar-
ca Caballero que convivi con
los penonomeos durante el
cuatrenlo que estuvo desempe-
ando el cargo de Magistrado
del Tribunal Superior de Justi-
cia con sede en esta poblacin.
Posea don gustavo conocimien-
tos jurdicos, maneras cultas y
suaves y amena conversacin.
Aqu hizo amistades que le esti-
maron bien y que siente con sus
deudos la desaparicin de este
honorable ciudadano. Don Gus-
tavo lleg a ocupar la Presiden-
cia del Tribunal Superior del
segundo Distrito Judicial y la
bandera est izada a media asta
en ese edificio en seal de due-
lo. El corresponsal presenta a
la familia de don Gustavo Ama-
dor Garca su condolencia sen-
tida.
Nueva fase en el Se reconstruye la
caso de la piedra antigua iglesia
Scone en Glasgow que tiene Santiago
GLASGLOW, Escocia, Marzo
22 (UP). "Tres jvenes fuer
ron llevados a la Polica de
Glasglow, para ser Interna-
dos sobre la piedra Scone, la
cual fu robada de la Abada
de Westminster en Londres, ja
maana de Navidad.
Uno de los jvenes, Ian Ha-
milton de 25 aos de edad, y
estudiante de Ciencias Polti-
cas en la Universidad de Glas-
gow, fu puesto en libertad des-
pus de llora y media de Inte-
rrogatorio, pero se le comunic
Que deba regresar n la ta.de.
Los otros dos, ex-alumnos de
la Universidad de Glasgow, se
encuentran detenidos todava
La Polica ha estado traba-
jando en la teora de que los
escoceses se robaron la pleura
Scone, la cual ha sido sada pa-
ra la coronacin de los reyes
Ingleses y Escoceses, desde mu-
cho antes que Coln descubri-
r Amrica.
'LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH Kl lilt
STEWART GRANGER
BAILE
El. Club Social y Deportivo
"Mambo" ofrecer el Sbado de
Gloria y Domingo de Pascua,
un grandioso festival bailable
en La Chorrera en el Jardn
Tropical, quien ser amenizado
por la popular orquesta de Mar-
celino Alvarez con sus cantan-
tes Carlos Prez y Camilo Ro-
drguez.
SE QUEMO?
Alivese con la
FAMOSA Y
PURSIMA
Nombrado nuevo
embajador de E.U.
en Costa Rica
WASHINGTON, marzo 22.
(USIS) El Presidente Tru-
man ha nombrado a Phillip D.
leming General retirado, y ex-
perto en problemas de trans-
portes, para el cargo de Emba-
jador en Costa Rica.
Si el Senado de los Estados
Unidos aprueba el nombramien-
to, Fleming suceder a Joseph
Fiack, quien fu trasladado de
Costa Rica a Polonia en ocu-
bre pasado. Andrew Donovan
lia estado encargado de la em-
bajada en San Jos, desde en-
tonces.
Fleming, quien tiene 63 aos
de edad, se gradu con primer
puesto en la Academia Militar
oe los Estados Unidos en 1911.
Sirvi como Coronel en la pri-
mera guerra mundial y despus
pas a ser Jefe de la divis.n
tie finanzas del cuerpo de in-
genieros del Ejrcito.
Desde 1933 Fleming ha de-
sempeado diversas posiciones
en el Gobierno. En 1949 lie
nombrado Presidente de la Co-
misin Martima, y despus
.Subsecretario de Comercio para
los Transportes; anteriormente
Iiabia sido presidente de la Con-
ferencia del Comit Federal so-
bre Seguridad Vial
El seor Fleming es casado
v tiene un hijo, Carson y ana
hija Joselyn. Es catlico y cu
materia de poltica es ide-
Lendlente.
LA CHORRERA, marzo lt.
(Corresponsal). Como ya lo
habamos anunciado, en la no-
che del sbado 17 de los co-
rrientes se efectu en los ven-
tilados salones del Doc Place de
esta ciudad la coronacin de la
simptica seorita Chachl O-
balda, reina del Club de Leo-
nes, elegida por unanimidad por
los miembros del comit. La
seorita Norma Hnriquez, rei-
na saliente, en bellas frases a-
luslvas al acto coloc a la reina
Chachl la banda simblica con
que se distingue su Jerarqua y
autoridad en las selvas chorre-
ranas.
Despus de este acto que, d,e
paso sea dicho, result muy
concurrido y animado y de la
presentacin y Juramentacin
'de los nuevos Leones Ingresa-
dos al club, se brind un es-
plndido bufet y se bail a
los acordes de una msica se-
lecta: hasta avanzadas horas
de la noche.
Se propone el leonlsmo de La
Chorrera bajo la influencia de
su culta reina y, aprovechan-
do el dinamismo de su Presi-
dente seor don Ernesto Sen-
mat, y de loa dems miem-
bros de la familia leonistlca de
la localidad, Intensificar las ac-
tividades que se vienen desarro-
llando para la construccin de
los barques Infantiles y otras
obras en bien de la comuni-
dad por lo que se espera la
i cooperacin del altruismo p-
blico< sobre todo, en la com-
,pra de boletos para la rifa que
h& de verificarse el da 18 de
NORMAL. Marzo 21 (Corres- abril prximo de acuerdo con
ponsal).Complace ver los pro- el sorteo de la Lotera Nacio-
greslvos trabajos que se estn nal que ha de verificarse ese
llevando a cabo en la recons-' domingo.
truccln de la Iglesia Parroquial._________
de esta poblacin, iniciada porj
los Sacerdotes Paulinos actual-.
mente en servicio en esta co-'
munldad. Por ahora se encuen-!
tra totalmente terminado el re-,
pello del templo Incluso la to-
rre lo cual le ha dado un as-
pecto sumamente agradable. Pe-
ro el trabajo principal, consis-
tente en la reparacin ntegra
del techo an no.se. ha comen-
zado, sabemos que muchas per-
sonas, especialmente los comer-
clantes de esta plaza no estn
cumpliendo con la contribucin
que espontneamente han ofre-
cido. Tanto el Comit General
como los Subcomlts respectivos
estn activamente luchando a
fin de colectar la suma de B.10,-
000 que se necesitan para la re-
forma del techo en referencia.
Actualmente se estn haciendo
los preparativos para verificar
una gran feria el sbado de
gloria prximo. Es espera que el
pblico santiagueo que tantas
muestras ha dado de fervor en
los actos religiosos de apreste
gustoso a cooperar en esta im-
portante actividad en favor del
templo eclesistico veragense.
ea "El Aviso Oportuno'
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
HORIZONTALES:
1Capullo.
1Maquina para levantar
pesos.
13Puesta de los astros.
14Obra para contener aguas.
19Aparato de pesca.
16Natural de Mauretanla.
17Instituto Tcnico Espaol,
Inic.
18Nombre de mujer.
20Estrujar.
21Instituto Tcnico Espaol.
18 Nombre de mujer.
20Estrujar.
21Movimiento nervioso.
23Direccin Nacional de
Ingeniera, Inlc.
24Artculo.
26Uno en ingls.
26Quieres con adoracin.
28Rio de Italia.
30Acumulacin de riquezas.
32Suoesln de olas, Pl.
34Afirmacin, Inv.
35Parte de los templos.
37Extremidad de las aves.
38Escuela Botnica Ecuato-
riana, Inlc.
39Fluido aeriforme, Inv.
40Gorra militar.
41Lista de comidas, galicismo.
43Del verbo majar.
45Letra castellana.
46 Don especial para hacer
algo.
47Nombre de mujer.
60Diminutivo de Carmen.
52Famosos manantiales.
53Heredades alodiales.
64 Del verbo besar.
VERTICALES:
1Madera preciosa.
2Ave domstica.
3Cedazos.
4Plantgrados.
5Negacin.
6Amor pasajero.
7Preposicin.
8Extremidad d las aves.
9Nota musical.
10Poblacin de Espaa.
11Ralle popular espaol.
12Ciudad de los Estados
Unidos, Inv.
16-r-Unlversos.
19Medida de peso.
20Liga de ciudades alemanas.
21Ave cubana de plumaje
muy negro.
22Nombre de mujer.
24Regln del centro d Africa.
27Disco plano de metal o
madera.
2ftCabello.
29Te atreves.
31Oasis del Sahara.
33Bromas.
36Tubrculo.
38Nombre de mes.
41Ciudad sagrada rabe.
42Novillo menor de dos aos.
43Del verbo matar.
44Del verbo decir. ,
48Mil dos, en nmeros
romanos.
48poca.
49Peticin de auxilio. |
51Mil quinientos en nmeros
romanos.
52Preposicin inseparable.
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No hay otra llanta
con estos rasgos
exclusivos de seguridad
HfG/N/CO mtDORF-
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JUEVES, MARZO 22, 1951
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Bt PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esla seccin se reciben en la
IKeaaccin Social
Telefono 3-1032
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
BORAS: l:M a, H:N a.m.
Aiurtado 134
Recepcin
Circulan las Invitaciones v_
ra la recepcin que S. E. el ua-
bajador de Venezuela Don Ei--
ikjue Castro mez y Sra. ooi.-
auelo de Castro Omez o rele-
an el dia 24 de Marzo a itf
ft:30 pm. en la sede de la Em-
bajada, en honor del Jefe de!
Estado Mayor del Ejrcito Ve
nezolano Ten. Coronel Flix n,o-
mn Moran y de la alta oficia-
lidad venezolana que se encuw -
ti an de visita en el istmo.
Comida
En nonor del Comandante
General de la Armada de is
Estados Unidos en el Ca.ite
I en. General William H. H. Mo-
rris Jr. y Sra. Marguerite de
\iorrls, el Jele del Estado Ma-
yor del Ejercito de Venezutla
oliecl anoche una elegante co-
mida en el Hotel Panama.
Almuerzo
El 8r. O. Wlnqulst, Ingeniero
Jefe de la Ca- Panamea de
TELEFONO 2-254
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG'
CaUe a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA DESDE EL 26 DE MARZO.
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Directora Prop.
Sus Hijos Crecen flfo&M
X
CON
% AVENA QUAKER
,miiu*"'- la Naveta Oua
ker la Bed Panamerlca
na HOA. Panam: ROW
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na HOA. Panami: HOW.
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HOB. 175 Kca. y HP8G.
117M Kca. de Lunea Vlef>
nei a laa 3:1*
m M|HALIS......^J^L^MI
Busto erguido, de lnea natural, admirable modelado
juvenil... y una comodidad completa! Esto es lo
que usted logra con un Brassiere Life, de Formfit. El
secreto esta en el diseo exclusivo Formfit para
AMOLDARLEVANTABaOTEMBBrtaEOlB. Slo
al ponerse un Brassiere Life usted lograr su mximo
lucimiento ... luna silueta encantadora!
Do tonta on las feusmtu tienda*
tan oaunt con" codcas rea to
Fuerza y Luz, agasaj ayer a
un grupo de sus amigos con
un almuerzo en el Hotel El
Panam.
Shower
La Srta. Nora Sosa, quien con-
traer matrimonio prxnu -
mente con el Sr. Ramn Al-
berto Vallarlno, fu agasajaua
ayer por la Sra. Luz Marga;lia
(J. de Icaza y la Srta. Regina
Ingram con un shower en la
coidencla de la ltima..
Para Colombia
A renunlrse con su espos e
hijos sigui para Bogota, Co-
lombia, el Dr. Timoteo Suce-
cum, a quien despedimos muy
atentamente.
PBra Mxico
Un feliz viaje deseamos al Dr.
Luis Felipe Ruiz Vega, quien
por la va area sigui para
Mxico-
i
>la muchos aos ms de vida.
Felicitamos a la seorita Rl-
a Fisher C, en la fecha de su
cumpleaos que celebra hoy
ueves rodeada del cario de
sus familiares.
Para Costa Rica
Grato paseo deseamos a la
Srta. Dora Isabel de la Ossu,
quien sigui para San Jos ce
Costa Rica a pasar la Semana
Santa.
Despedimos al Sr. Roberto
McOrath y Sra. Vickie Moiei.o
e McOrath, quienes siguieron
para San Jos de Costa Rica
en viaje de placer.
De Guatemala
Nuestra bienvenida para S.
E. el Ministro de Guateman1
don Oscar Benitez Bone, quien
despus de una corta perma-
nencia en Guatemaal se encuen
.tra nuevamente en Panam.
Invitacin
El Sr. Arzobispo de Panam
Invita a todas las personas a
la solemne bendicin del nuevo
seminarlo situado en la finca
Villa Acia, camino de Juan Diaz,
ei prximo domingo 25 de Mar-
zo a las 4 p.m-
Restablecidas
Acompaada de su nio a-
andon la Clnica San Fer-
nando la Sra. Tereslta A. de
Vallarlno. Tanto la mdre comn
el recin nacido se encuentran
gozando de perfecta salud.
Se encuentra nuevamente en
icsidencia acompaada de au
tcin nacida la Sra. Mar i a
Luisa de Garz.
TEMAS SACROS Monumento de la Iglesia, de San Fran-
cisco (ciudad) donde se expone a la veneracin de los fieles
el Santsimo Cuerpo del Seor, durante el dia de hoy, en el
que conmemoramos la institucin de la Eucarista._____
"Linen Shower"
Para despedir de la vida de
soltera a la seorita Anlta I.
donado, auien contraer matri-
monio el 31 de los corrientes con
el Joven costarricense seor
Francisco Mata Amador, la se-
ora Olga de Herrn le ofrece
un "Linen Shower" el sbado
24 de 4:00 p.m. a 6:00 p.m.
24 de loa corrientes en el Jardn
Monaco de 8:00 p.m. en ade-
lante. La entrada costar sola-
mente un balboa para caballe-
ros, damas cortesa. Habr sor
presas, premios, y concursos. To*
dos estn cordlalmente Invita-
dos.
Cumpleaos
Joseflto Jan, hijo del hogar
de don Jos Jan y Carmen T.
de Jan, suma maana un ao
ms de vida. Queremos ser los
primeros en felicitarlo.
Para Taboga
Ciato paseo deseamos ai l\
Rogelio U. de Paredes y ira.
Olga A. de G. de Paredes quie-
nes siguieron para la Isla ue
as Flores a pasar los dim
santos.
Para el Interior
Hacia el Interior de la Rep-
blica siguieron los Jvenes Vn-
gllio Sosa, Carlos de la Ossa.
Luis de la Ossa, Jos Antonio
de la Ossa y Julio Linares
Para Oc
A pasar la semana, santa M
Ocu siguieron el Dr. Jos Maiu
Nez R. y Sra. Carmen de Nu-
nez acompaados de sus h>'a"
Alicia y Pepita.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Leticia Lpez de Vallarme
Sra. Marcela Martin de Aitj
iha Graell
Dr. Juan O. Diaz L.
Srta. Bienvenida Snchez Cal-
dern.
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Olga Navarro de Navairc
Sr Enrique Lefevre
Sr. Victoriano Endara
Sr. EnoCn Adames Jr.
Mejora
Complacidos anotamos la me-
jora de Doa Ana 8. de Uiif
quien se encuentra recluida m
el Hospital Panam, donde fu
sometida a una operacin.
Para Satna Clara
Despedimos al Sr. Julio 1. A-
lcmn y Sra. Irene A> de A.e-
nin, quienes siguieron para
Santa Clara a pasar la semana
Santa.
Para Cerro Azul
Siguieron para Cerro Azul a
pasar varios das de descaiuo
ei Sr. Anselmo Castro y Sra- Do
rila S. de Castro, el Dr. Ricar-
do J. Alemn y Sra." Edna A.
de Alemn, el Sr. Antonio E
sildsen y Sra. Noemi A. de Lj-
Iclldsen y el Sr. Jorge Dawsun
y Sra. Mara Elena V. de
Da w son.
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
LAPICES DE
LABIOS
de MAX FACTOR
Hollywood
en colore* eipeciole$
TORTILLAS
(a l nortoamoricana)
41 tan a) MACONA Duryoa
Vi cvdiaraaara ala aai
* d lata de lacfca
Mzclense la Maizeka y la sal. Aidas la
leche y btftaae hasta que eat* uniforme.
Adanse la harina da maz, ti Akgo y el
huero. Batan todo ello basta formar una
puta suave y uniformo. Hor-
neme las tortillas en horno
COHOCl ESTA RECETA?
4 Kkaraaaa da harina da saois
5 aaiaarida da caita ARCO
I hoaaa katide
caliente, obre un latn ligeramente en-
grasado. Para qua se conserven califnue y
suaves, coloqense en un plato y pngase
ste sobre una olla de agua hirviendo, hasta
la hora de servir. Obtendr veinte tortillas
grande y veinte pequeas.
Uso siempre Maizina Durye
Pida / tamao grand* ... / cuasia monos.
ISAAC BRANDON BROS. Inc.
.Dar'xfl' No 1- Panam R P
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITB BEBTONCIN1
Tel 3t Aptdo 1004
Cumpleaos de Hoy
En esta fecha celebra sus na-
tales la seora doa Adela de
Horna. Con tal motivo plcenas
felicitarla y desearle que cum-
Grandioso Baile
Con gran entusiasmo conti-
nan los preparativos del baile
que tendrn las Socles del Club
Deportivo y Social Chevrolet el
ARANGO & LYONS, S. A.
ANUNCIA a sus favorecedores
que sus oficinas han sido trasladadas a
sus edificios de la Carretera Boyd-Roose-
velt, contiguos a la Ca. Ganadera Indus*
trial, S. A.
Apartado 846 # Telfono 3-1459
Panam, R. de P.
r.doi estas hofeJei >a eamploeaa
an invitar o le viiironle latina-
americanas v chai mantienen
personal de fcaWa eipanole.
niw yo*k ernr. miw york
GUIA de HOTELES
en los -&?
ESTADOS/UNIDOS
U laviramal eerdielmeitre afc-
ltilmr d* I- rupdtru mdmini
Wor.. informal ** sfMlMaaV
par e/eeruar iui reservatnifies.
21
BOTEL ROBERT FULTON, tm w n
St. hilar tranquilo da ambiente amlllar.
centralmente ubicado Cuarto amplios, ha-
ao prlvsdo, kltehSasttae 14 00 una parlona
life por a. Apta, da J t > euaaioi
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
mirante a Pennsylvania Bulloa, ea al co-
raion de laa lescUnaS uatraMa y eacnprai
1300 habiUctouM eon bati priraao, radio,
uua corrlenU helad!. SERVIDOR. PraelM
dfida 14 00 HO aalraal Cmp.eadot de
habla amaflola le iteoderan parionadanta
HOTEL EMPIRE, Broadaa, , a *i A
una tuadra del Parana Canlral, aaraa a*
la Oumu Avenida f antro a. caaypraa.
Mamilleal haWuoionai aatuaklidaa 0a-
de 13.10 con bao.
MIAMI. M.ORMDA
o privado, kitchfMtM* it-tw un penu, hablft wpaOi i* iwmtm pprwoiawn*. "----------- -
Pro.P.rJ.n'. a.*,U.n~.,l.' rXElfidTOTHi^ > EL NUEVO COBTEZ, Iraau al idMaX
Trahadoa huta M'i t>pS^ lapaSnll St. e.re di Tlmea Square Cod.anlenl. HiUUOIM con aira aeondleloaldo. 14
a!"ario kuriino Forioul. cabiairalla para tod urminalti tramporiM. Jttr- n Bao privado sa haaia amttal
!B&S*'t*i&2!t: A^-T KT SSL *LL".* TSTtZR- hotel leamington. st. .u.
nouiaa cianron. Par Plata. nanaraae
ilonei. tlendai. la Are 1200 euartoe ^'.-^s; i ililTvr.TnV aat al laa
de la aaqulna" tmplaadoa y fulai da ha-
bla Mpaftola M0 cuarto con aano. Doa
aomedore j trlll. BaUa tarraaa HaWUclo-
nea aanelllaa. U; dol. -.
Philip Morris
Si (Rey de los Cigarrillos
ANUNCIA
que no habr CONCURSO HPICO
NACIONAL PHILIP MORRIS esta
semana por motivo de la Semana
Santa.
ESTE ALERTA a nuestro prximo
CONCURSO HPICO
que comienza desde el mes de Abril.
Sabe mejor i
\
m el eomn d Tlmt 8ur
HOTEL VANDERBILT, Par Ar._*
14 St. Looalliado an el centro da la du-
dad Cuatro comadoraa (aaiOBoa. Cuar-
tea con ban I radio; aancUloa diada
II M Dobla daada 17.50. Tambin apar-
taallaBto para lamilla.___________ ___
THE BUTTON HOTEL tu Eat st
Carca laa Raciona Unida Tranaullo.
aiodirno. Coelna aacaUnle. radio, talernion.
aira aoemdlclonado. PUcln iratli SancilKa
Mda USD at Apto. dMd USII.M P~e-
ew aamnia y manrui.ei. aapaelala. S
habla aapanol. Cabla -Sutlonotal".
11
pisoa: looo hueipcda!. ambienta atracti-
vo Cuartoa modernoa t alagraa, eon ba-
o r ducha particular, radia iratti y
ana helada IrculanU |y taUvUlon
tambin' A corta dlltanala a pie do Bas-
aros y tienda principela, ail como sub-
terrneo y mnlbu Sed del Diamond
Hoteeeho'- de SlUy Roa Habltaclooee
lenclllai dead t'su 50; atabla daade
USta.Ot Reiturnte con lr acondicio-
nado. CatU; 'Paroul Nw Tort".
HOTEL DIXIE, aso w. u st i ho
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL. "'>
Bird At H.I J t adjunto al terminal ae-
reo central Aira aaamdlenaad opelanaJ.
WASHINGTON, D. C
tal mm moderno an el dutrlto da Tim
Squar Todoi cuartoi eon bane, ducha,
radio Sancllloe daade II.M. Dobla aa>-:
de IS.00 facrlb* Pra r!ertaelona a
folleto. SpanUh American Daft. |
HOTEL W1LLABD, l s r>anny>-
vanla A. Coaapleteaaanu eon airo aeoa-
dlclonado Babltaclonea amvllai atea
cion elielanu no n la tridleion Ma-
tonee da la aapiul nadoaal. A dea cua-
dra d la Caaa Blanca y afielaos las-
altantes del Ooblerno Corea do tiendas
, taatroa Coetn aeaisnts A prlrt ra-
neb!ee ea lss lamosos eoaiadoras dad
Wlllard CuArta dead SI4.H; ^sptoa.
msnllleos a prsalos modtrado
a eaaismalis para rasarvaataasi
*>04 JOto ttMtO
Plumas Fuente
twCtook
**
i-
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
En toda ptrtei del mundo, lot
tudianr.es como I'd., prefieren
las Plumas Fuente Esierbrook,
porque Esierbrook ofrece lt va-
riedad de puntos ms extensa
conocida universalmente, a fin
de que Ud. pueda elegir entre
ellos el punto preciso para tu
estilo de letra.
Desde el extra fino hasta el
extra grueso ... desde el flexible
hasta el rgido ; : : I'd. encon-
trar el punto indicado que te
justa exactamente a tu trabajo
escritural y a tu manera de es-
cribir.
Seleccione la Pluma Fuente
Esterbrook que se adapte a tus
necesidadesy enrosque el pun-
to en el can de la pluma por
m mismo al momento de com-
Pfarla.
'SSj
^*
JUIOO N PLUMA Y LAPICnO
( om pleie sa Pluma Fuente Esterbrook coa
I lapicero de Presin Esterbrook hacidaV
dole juego. Baits oprimir la coroaa para
que la puntilla del eraron salga ea propor-
cin exacta. Proporciona 60 cat. da era-
yon. Escribe durante meses sin necesidad!
de carparie de nuevo. Nuaca ie tuerce .. t
jams se traba.
SetetetooJi
niMER FAIRICAHTE DE PLUMAS IN AMHICA



PAGINA SEIS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
*s
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR *t v^
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
Av. TI val No.
Tel. 2-l
KM)SKO DE LESSEPS
rarqne 4a
Panama
NOVEDADES MORRISON
An. 4 aa Julio
TcL 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
A. Malaa ll.Mt
TaL 2*S-Col.
APROVECHE:Pinturea y tmattit
txrra brillante a pruaba da mane.
B 3.25 clon. Almacanat Trepiau-
ea.
SE VENDEN:Clave, tnaaria nafra,
acaio acanalada, Fir-Tea (cartea
aislado aere cialai ratal) raaee-
tai lavamanos, eicuaeeo. ate. a
I os precie* mil bojoj an plata
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:--O se vende. Caso de
campo en Choirero 1EI Coco) Tel.
3-0255.
SE VENCE: Bonito lote en Santa
Clara, dos minutos de playa. Ex-
celente sitio,, rboles que dan som-
bra, pozo hondo con bomba. Pre-
cio gongo. Veo SHRAPNEL en
Santo Clora.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via laja- SE VENDE:En El Volle. Lote peque-
a. Ileaeada a Juan
3-1503).
Franca. Tal.
SE VENDE: Incubadora elctrico.
f*L 3-0255.
c. Bien situado. Con servicio de
acueducto. Precio mdico. Facilida-
des de pago. Telfono No. 2-3248
Panam.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SALON DE BELLEZA AMBRICANO
CaUa U Oeste Na. M
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Salla "H" No. ST Panama
ve. Central 12-11 Coln
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE NECESITA:Una buena cocinera,
magnifico sueldo. Avenida, del Pe-
r 75, altos.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios domsticos en la Zona del Ca-
nal. Debe dormir en el empleo, po-
ra informes acuda Ave. B No. 28.
J oye r ia I__________________
SE NECESITA:Empleada con bue-
referencias. Calle 48 Este casa 27,
Apto. 3.
SU J*RDIN Embellzcalo usando
cbono de gollino. Pora informes
Tel. 3-2555 Panam de 7 o 8
a.m
POR DOCENA Pollos rojos New
Hampshihres de 2'.i o 3 libras.
Pora informes. Tel. 3-2555 Pono-
m. 7 o 8 o.m. _________^^
SE VENDE:Piano Winter Spinnet.
casi nuevo, precio razonable. Ca-
lle Q No. 5 Apto. 12.___________
jE VENDE:Por vioje, gallinas fi-
nos, ponedora;, coratas y blancas,
a precio razonable. Pedregal, Villar
lobo:. Cosa No. 7.
SE VENDE:Por no poderlo atender
en punto cntrico de la ciudad y
con magnifica clientela. Restauron-
te y saln de billar situado entre
esquina calle 15 Este y Calle Ve-
raguas No. 25, ah mismo infor-
man.
MISCELNEA
I. iROUWIRPintor de cosas, con-
tratista, consejos tcnicos, garan-
ti por jn ao. presupuestos gratii
Tel 2-1276
5E VENDE:Botera Goodyear nuevo
B.20.00, cost B26.50. Llama 3-
2821 de 2 6 p. m. _________
UN DECRETO ..-------......
da hasta !as 9 y 30 de la no-
che. ._ ,
ARTICULO 2o.Prohbese ade-
ms ese da, los bailes pblicos
y privados; tocar msica popu-
lar en las emisoras o sitios p-
blicos y hacer uso de las cajas
dem slca desde el viernes has-
ta las 6 a.m. del Sbado de Glo-
ria.
ARTICULO 3oPermtese du-
rante los das 24 y 25 del pre-
sente mes toda clase de rego-
cijos pblicos, slo para los bai-
les de especulacin se requlrlr
el permiso respectivo, previo el
pago de los Impuestos corres-
pondientes.
ARTICULO 4oRecomindase
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de oguacote. De venta
en los farmacias y en los buenos
almocenes.
Pora su vestido del Domingo de Pos-
cuc. complemente su vestido con
botones, hebillos y ojoles. Se acep-
Lux, oportomento 106, cerco
tan rdenes dia y noche. Edificio
Teotro Lux, Panam.
SE NECESITA:Cocinara competen-
te y empleada poro servicio da
adentro que duerman en casa. A-
venida Primera de La Carrasquilla,
No. 55 IVill SofieJ entrada por
I Coolie del Teatro Edn, diago-
nal a la vio Belisorio Porras.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrada inde-
pendiente. No. 4, calle la. Pern/
Hill, 3 dormitorio*, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
.SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una '
recmara, sala-comedor y espacio- I
sa Cocina. Calle la. Perejil 14. In-
formes telfono 2-3181.
ALQUILASE oportomento, comodida-
des modernas, caso 5. colla Prime-
ra Perejil, por B.65.00. Llame te-
lfono 2-1456,
ALQUILASE Apartamento bien a-
condicionado, casa nuevo, concre-,!
to, esquina calles "S". Mariano'
Arosemena. Lime telfono 2-
1456.
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera.
Intil presentarse sin referencios.
Ocurro, calle 41 No. 37. bajos.
ALQUILASE apartamento casa con-
creto No. 84, calle Estudiante, per
B.65.00. Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia para servicio familia cua-
tr poersonas mayores. Debe decir
con quien ha trabajado antes. Tel-
fono 3-0779.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1MUECO
2BATAN
3MENE
4 DUQUE iei
5RECHUPETE
6APRETADOR
7LACEY
8APPRISE
9CELAJE II
Domin
Elona
SE VENDE
Artculos de Gasa
SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
co, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nuevo. Todava est
en su cojo. Farmacio Lo Esperan-
za Avenido A No. 85 Tal-
fono 2-2664. ________
~~SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Cortodor de vidrio.
" Co. Dulcidio Gonzlez. Fbrica de
Mcsoicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
.E!?P. SE NECESITA:Mecangrafa que.
pueda traducir en espaol e ingls,
muy buena posicin. Entrevistas en
la oficina del tomador de tiempo
Fulmine
Alto Alegrej
Callmedear
In Time i
Agradecida :
Tetravera
El As
Hasta Star
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, esquino, solo-comedor,
alambrado. $65. 56, Ave. Porros, i
llave apartamento 3. Quijano, Calle
8. No. 15. telfono 3-0234.
SF ALQUILA: Dos apartamentos
completos para familia pequea
Lineos de buses y chivas al fren-
te. B.35.00 cado uno. Calle 15 San
Francisco No. 3. Se exigen refe-
rencias. Informacin Tel. 2-3239
de 7 a. m. y de 11 a. m. y de 1
p. m. o 3 p m. en das laborables.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en A-
venida Per No. 1. recmara, sa-
la, comedor, B.65.00. Llame te-
lfono 3-2972.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
moderno, independiente, de uno re-
cmaro, garage. Via Belisario Po-
rros 168.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, sala,
comedor, 2 recmaros, cocina y
servicio completamente indepen-
diente. Calle 43 No. 64, Bella
Vista. Tel. 3-0458.
de 8 . m. a 5 p. m.
Ponom.
Hotel El
10 DANUBIO
a los ciudadanos en general que I 11TIMIAS
participen en los actos que con >--------------------;
motivo de los das Santos ha I Nuevas especies
preparado el Comit Coln algunas de eUM nuevas.
?5E!,ra.,;. ~ t Tanto los descubrimientos del
ARTICULO 5o -Las contra- doctor Wetm0ie, como la de los
venciones a las clausulas espu-i doctores Gazlni Pearce y stir-
ladas en el presente Decreto i ltn_ seran de gran beneficio
sern sencionadas con multas de Dara panam, pues atraen la
B. 15.00 a B.100.00. v
ARTICLUO 6o.Coresponde
al Cuerpo de Polica Nacional,
velar por el cumplimiento de
la. disposiciones sealadas en el
presente Decreto.
Dado en Coln, al os veintin
'2) i das del mes de Marzo de
mil novecientos cincuenta y
uno H951).
Publiquese. Cmplace.
El Alcalde.
(Fdo.) Jos D. Bazn.
El Secretario,
(Fdo.) Luis M. Charris.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con entrado
y servicio independiente. Avenido
Per No 24 bojos.
NO ES PROBABLE------------
aleaciones y abas teclmientos
rojos.
TOKIO, marzo 22. (UP>,
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas se encuentran a un vls-
azo del Paralelo 38. Las pa-
trullas blindadas norteamerica-
nas han capturado a Chunchon
en el frente Central de Corea,
y los ltimos informes indican
le se encuentran a cuatro mi-
llas del Paralelo.
Pero se informa que delante
de ellos en las montaas del
Paralelo hay ms de seis mil
soldados chinos bien atrinche-
rados. Un poco ms al Este la
infantera norteamericana cap-
tur un cerro en donde las tro-
oas comunistas resistieron du-
rante dos das, sin disparar un
solo tiro. Parece que las tro-
pas comunistas se retiraron du-
rante la noche.
Se espera que los comunistas
hagan frente en otro cerro a
los millas del Paralelo. Las re-
taguardias comunistas estn
'.aciendo resistencia en el Fren-
te Occidental al Norte de Sel.
a lo largo de la clsica ruta
de invasin hacia Pyongyang,
capital de Corea del Norte.
Las patrullas de reconoci-
miento han informado que han
divisado muchas trincheras ca-
mu flageadas, vehculos y posi-
ciones de artillera en un rea
de dos millas de ancho y 15 mi-
llas de largo, a todo lo largo
de la carretera que conduce de
Sel a Uijonbu y Pyongyang.
3e dice que la zona fortificada
comienza a ia millas al Norte
de Sel.
atencin cientfica mundial ha-
cia nuestro pais y muy pronto
formar una fuerte corriente de
investigadores y estudiosos ha-
cia nuestras tierras.
El Aeropuerto
ponerse de pies, para atenderlo
primero" Cumplida esta forma-
lidad, toma la lista de los pa-
sajeros y empieza a llamarlos
uno por uno en este orden:
Seoras con nios isi las hay),
damas en general, y caballeros.
Para estos ltimos se sigue
un orden aproximado de edad,
prefiriendo primero alos ancla-
nos. Todo dentro de la mayor
cultura, en silencio, sin preci-
pitaciones (pero tampoco con
demoras Injustificadas). Revisa-
dos los papeles, los pasajeros
pasan al saln de revisin de
equipajes, en donde estn los
empleados listos a cumplir sus
obligaciones, sin malas caras,
sin gestos bruscos. Todo dentro
za Area complet su vuelo No.
cien mil esta maana. Dijo
que durante los nueve meses
en Corea sus aviadores han
matado o herido a ms de 93
mil rojos chinos y norcoreanos
el equivalente de nueve divi-
siones y tambin han des-
truido aproximadamente mil
tanques, once mil vehculos, 340
locomotoras. 700
puentes, mil posiciones de ar-
tillera y 40 mi! edificios co-
munistas.
SE ALQUILA
I,rale
SE ALQU'LA:Locol poro oficina,
erribo del Teatro Central.
iE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficinas locales cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
mac'n en Almacenas 5 v 10 cen-
tavos.
SE ALQUILA:Local por oficina en
Avenida B No. 59 oltos. Acuda
sucursal Sylvania en mismo edifi-
cio.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio locol muy
fresco y claro poro uso de oficina,
clnico o escuela privada, cntri-
ca. Llame 2-2443.
Rusia enva
Bietaa enve tropas a se pais
para proteger los camoos petro-
leros controlados por Oran 13- < -
taa, y los cuales Han sido nu-
conalzados por el Parlamento.
Los habitantes de Irn temen
tjue un movimiento de sta n-
Uole hara que loa Rusos inicia-
an un contra-movimiento cu..-
\atiendo a Irn en un nu.o
campo de batalla.
El S h a h Mohammed Rea
de la mayor cortesa y el ms Pahlevi dej ver stos temores
estricto orden.
Y como en Panam y El Sal-
vador, en la mayora de las ofi-
cinas aduanales se oye siempre
el "hgame el favor de sus pa-
peles", "Identifique sus maletas,
por favor" "tenga la bondad de
abrir sus valijas", etc. No las
rdenes perentorias que aqui es-
cuchamos: 'a ver su maleta,
brala", 'sbala aqui". "bjela
de aqui". "llvesela" etc. como
si se tratara de personas a las
cuales se debe- tratar con r-
denes".
en una transmisin radial ayer
con motivo del Ao, Nuevo,
cuando expres las esperanzas
uc que las Naciones Unidas sal-
vaguarden la Independencia de
Irn. Pero las fuentes informa-
das dicen que an cuando Irrln
no sea amenazada desde afuera,
tt un momento a otro pueden
estallar disturbios Internos.
Hasta el momento Tehern
est en calma. La ciudad se en-
cuentra bajo Ley Marcial, y
ist en las manos firmes ].-!
Gobernador General Moha-
CANAS
tinupiM con Me remedio casero, fcil y
barato: l'n cuarto litro de atua. una corita-
rada de liceriaa. 3 cucharada* de Bay Raaa
,' uui fe Colonia) y una cajita de Com$mt$
i de Barko. Camprt esto* mt radie Mea ea la
botica, aaaeleio* es una botella y tal ai
>ara Unir bus caaaa acta lu iacocaaoaaj
m te caja del Coaaputeto da Barba.
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AVISO DE DISOLUCIN
Se avisa al pblico de con-
formidad con la Ley que se-
gn consta en la Escritura
Pqlica nmero 126 de Enero
24 de 1951, otorgada ante el
Notarlo Pblico Nmero Se-
gundo del Circuito de Pana-
m, Inscrita en el Registro
Pblico. Seccin de Personas
Mercttntil, Tomo 217, Folio 93,
Asiento 50,967, ha sido disuel-
ta la sociedad denominada
ALFINA, 8.A.
Panam, Marzo 19 de 1951.
vago, es' ,ul""-med Hejazl y sus tropas. Fuer
as armadas y tanques custo-
dian todos los puntos esirau-
cos de la ciudad.
En Londres se inform que
es posible que Estados Unidos.
Gran Bretaa y Francia discu-
tan en la Conferencia del Me-
diterrneo la admisin de Iran
ai Pacto del Atlntico del Nor-
te. Se dijo que el tema sea
llevado al tapete por Estados
Unidos y Gran Bretaa.
No se trata de que Irn per-
tenezca a la Organizacin del
Pacto del Atlntico del Norte.
>iiio una posicin de coopea-
tln con esos pases- Un exper-
to dijo que la propuesta ha
urgido de "una poltica cons-
ciente para asegurar los In-
mensos recursos del Golfo de
Persia" y conseguir un sistema
dt defensa colectiva en esa re-
gion que est fuera de la Orga-
nizacin del Paco, pero cuya
seguridad "le concierne a toda*
las potencias Occidentales"
Fuentes Informadas dijeron
que Irn podria asociarse al
Pacto del Atlntico en la mu-
a forma que Grecia y Turqua
Tal asociacin le dara a Irn
un sentido de reposo libre de
presiones externas y facilita-
ra la defensa de la regln c'
Golfo Persa, en donde Francia.
Gran Bretaa y Estados Unaos
tienen intereses vtale".
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HACHAS "COLLINS"
CUEROS DE ZAPATERA
CEMENTO DE ZAPATE-
RA
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Cal. 22
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
En 20 Provincias
niclpales de Antn y San Car-
los.
Provincia Escolar de Bocas del
Toro, que comprende los dis-
tritos municipales de Bocas del
Toro, Bastimentos y Chlriqul
Grande.
Provincia Escolar de Boquete,
que comprend los distritos mu-
nicipales de Boquete y Dolega.
Provincia Escolar de Bugaba,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Bugaba, Alanje,
Bar y Boquern.
Provincia Escolar de Colon,
que comprende los distritos
municipales de Coln, Chagres,
Donoso y Comarca de San Blas.
Provincia Escolar de Chltr, (
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipjles de Chltr, Parlta. San-
ta Mara, Los Santos y Maca-
racas.
Provincia Escolar de Chorre-
ra, que comprende los distritos
municipales de Chorrera, A-
rraljn, Caplra y Chame.
Provincia Escolar del Darin,
que comprende los distritos
municipales de Cheplgana y
Pinogana.
Provincia Escolar de David,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de David y Gualaca.
Provincia Escolar de Las Ta-
blas, que comprende los distri-
tos municipales de Las Tablas,
Guarar, Pedas, Pocr y Tonos!.
Provincia Escolar de Nombre
de Dios, que comprende los dis-
tritos municipales de Nombre
de. Dios y Portobelo.
Provincia Escolarle Panam,
que comprende la ciudad de
Panam.
Provincia Escolar de Penono-
m, que comprende los distri-
tos municipales de Penonom y
La Pintada.
Provincia Escolar de Pes, que
comprende los distritos muni-
cipals de Pes, Las Minas, Oc
y Los Pozos.
Provincia Escolar de Reme-
dios, que comprende los distri-
tos municipales de Remedios,
San Flix. San Lorenzo y Tole.
Provincia Escolar de San
Francisco, que comprende los
distritos municipales de San
Francisco, Calobre, Caazas y
Santa Fe.
Provincia Escolar de Santia-
go, que comprende los distritos
; municipales de Santiago, Ata-
laya y Montijo.
Provincia Escolar de 8on. que
comprende los distritos muni-
cipales de Son, La Mesa, Las
Palmas y Rio de Jess.
Provincia Escolar de Taboga,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Taboga. Balboa,
Chepo. Chiman y los alrede-
dores de Panam.
Articulo 2o. Cada una de
estas Provincias Escolares ten-
dr adems del Inspector de
Educacin, un Inspector Auxi-
liar, un Secretario y un portero.
Pargrafo: La Provincia Es-
colar de Panam tendr tres
! Inspectores auxiliares, un secre-
tario y un portero.
La Provincia Escolar de Nom-
bre de Dios tendr un Inspec-
tor Auxiliar y un portero.
Las Provincias Escolares de
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Bocas del Toro y de Boquete,
tendrn un secretario y un
portero.
Articulo 30. Los Inspectores
de Educacin residirn en la
cabecera cuyo nombre se ha
tomado como denominacin pa-
ra la Provincia Escolar, excep-
to el Inspector de la Provincia
Escolar de Taboga que resi-
dir en Panam.
Articulo 4o. Los Inspecto-
res Provinciales de Educacin
sern representantes del Minis-
terio de Educacin en aquellos
distritos municipales cuya ca-
becera se encuentre bajo su ju-
risdiccin.
Los inspectores que residan
en las cabeceras de Provincia
coordinarn en los casos en
que ello sea necesario, la labor
de informacin que los Inspec-
tores deben rendir al Ministe-
rio de Educacin en relacin
con, el manejo e Inversin de
los fondos municipales de Edu-
cacin, a que se refieren los
artculos 208 a 223 inclusive de
la Ley 47 de 1040.
Comuniqese y publiquese.
Arnulfo Arias.
El Ministro de Educacin,
Modesto Salamin.
El Gobierno
ervenir en el diarlo y para rea-
lizar en l investigaciones qua
impidan su redaccin, Impre-
sin y libre circulacin".
En otra parte dee: "Se deja
expresa constancia que La
Prensa por ms de 80 aos ha
servido a la repblica en a
organizacin de sus lnstitucio
nes, -en la difusin de la cul-
tura popular y en su evolucin
econmica con la ms absoiu'.n
imparcialidad y la ms estric-
ta observacin de la tica pe-
riodstica por lo cual nad tie-
ne que ocultar y la investiga-
cin slo puede comprobar q^e
siempre ha procedido con dig-
nidad que en el pais y en el
extranjero le acredita su auto-
ridad moral".
El Dr. 'Gainza Paz, en sus de-
claraciones, neg que La Prer-
sa tenga vinculacin de depen-
dencia ni comunldaa de intere-
ses comerciales, pblicas u o-
cultas con ninguna empresa ar-
gentina o extranjera".
Gainza Paz trat de salir por
avin a Colombia. Uruguay,a pa-
sar la Semana Santa con su
madre, pero se le mpidi el via-
je alegndose que su documen-
tacin no llenaba los requisitos
An cuando algunas esferas
pensaron que era posible que
esto se debiera a que la Comi-
sin deseaba que estuviera dis-
ponible durante la Investigaron
un allegado a la Comisin de-
clar que esta no tena paiil-
cipacln en el asunto.
Esta maana llegaron dos pe-
llejas vestidos de partlculai a
a casa de Gainza Paz en la
Calle Villanueva y en las in-
quina! cercanas se situaron ae
posta a varios policas unifor-
mados.
Las esferas del Congreso ub-
rayaron que existe un proce-
dimiento penal contra el Dr.
Oiinza Paz. por la violacin Ce
ia seguridad del Estado, y que
tales casos no se permite la
salida del pais a la persona que
st sujeta a un procedimiento
judicial.
El Dr. Arturo Frondizl, miem-
bro de minora en la Comlakio,
dijo que la protesta de Gaain-
Sta Paz no constituye un desa-
cato al Congreso, y que "aui.
cuando existiera el delito, lo
JUEVES, MARZO 22, 1951
apropiado sera pasarlo a ios
tribunales de justicia"-
El Secretario de la Comisin,
el diputado Tomasl, al anun-
ciar la decisin de la Comiln
Uijo que "reunida la ConiLslon
y analizadas estas manifesta-
ciones, las ha considerado agi'Or
viantes al Congreso y a la nu
clon y violatorias de los luc-
ios parlamentarios. En vrtud de
ello dispuso la detencin d
Dr. Gainza Paz por el trmino
de 15 dias a la disposicin de .a
Comisin. Esa medida se o-
nninic para los efectos de u
cumplimiento a la Policia Fe-
eitfl por Intermedio del-Minis-
terio de lo Interior".
El peridico independiente
' La Nacin", ijdo que Gainza Paa
no habia regresado an a all
casa. Dijo tambin que an an-
tes de que se ordenara la de-
tencin de Gainza Paz ya s*
haba dado rdenes a la Polica
de poner su casa bajo vigilan-
cia, tanto dentro como lucra
del edificio.
El Panam
AMA.
El Sr. Avelino Muoz tocata
ei rgano en el Saln Balboa y
por la tarde Ken Delaney y su
ciquesta con Hal Edwards de
vocalista ofrecern msica ae
baile en el Saln Bella Vista.
A Corporacin
Mientras la Corporacin da
Ingeniera realiza esta parte da
los trabajos, el Ministerio da
Obras Pblicas sigue estudiando
las otras especificaciones de la
construccin para lograr otro
ahorros dentro del mismo sen-
tido funcionallsta. La Zona del
Cana.1 en esos probables trea
meses de trabajo, har estudio
del os sueldas y se harn lige-
ras modificaciones en las gra-
deras principales.
Panam tendr un gran hip-
dromo, pero logrado dentro da.
nuestras posibilidades fiscales,
se nos dijo.
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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 "Joaqulncito".
sito en Calle 9a. casa 2934 de
Ro Abajo, Sabanas, de esta
ciudad.
Panam. Marzo 19 de 1951.
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celebrada por la Directiva da
ese organismo ayer.
El seor Arosemena, como Di-
rector General del Banco ten-
da los ms amplios poderes so*
bre las operaciones y planes fu-'
turos de la institucin. La Di-
rectiva le otorg la direccin;
ejecutiva de todas las operado-'
nes y completo control sobre el
funcionamiento del banco. El'
nombramiento del seor Arose-
mena fue efectuado mediana,
recomendacin del Comit de
depositantes formado por los
seores Raimundo Ortega IVeto,
Dr. J. J. V.allarino, Dr. J. N.
Lasso de la Vega, Rodolfo Ba-
rraza Jr., Guillermo Quijano y
Eloy Benedetti.
El Comit de Depositantes
se reuni nuevamente esta ma-
ana en el Banco con la Junta
Directiva y nombraron al seor
Raimundo Ortega Vieto Asis-
tente al Director General. Tan-
to la Junta Directiva como ei
Comit de Depositantes efectua-
ron conferencias acerca de un
plan presentado por el seor
Raimundo Ortega Vleto y sa
acord que cada uno de los pre-
sentes estudiarla el plan duran-
te el curso de la semana y qua'
el Lunes prximo se celebrara
una nueva reunin a fin de re-
visarlo y oir las opiniones da,
otras personas interesadas en el
futuro del Banco Fiduciario
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Mediante la Escritura P-
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1951 se ha disuelto la sociedad
annima WILLIAM8 BRO-
THERS CORPORATION (WI-
LLIAMS HERMANOS. SA)
escritura que ha sido regis-
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Asiento 50.842 de la seccin de
Personas Mercantiles del Re-
gistro Pblico.
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Nuevo Comandante
La 8ocledad de Veteranos de
Guerra, Local No^ 3822 de Al-
brook celebr ayer su sesin
para nombrar Comandante Su-
premo, resultando electo el Sr.
A. A. Hannberg, de Curund.
El Sr. Hannberg es una per-
sona sumamente conocida en la
ciudad de Panam por sus ac-
tividades en el Club de Leones
de Panam.____________
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NUESTRO SEOR JESUCRISTO"
Con toda propiedad, a todo costo y con ms de 65
.clores nacionales se ha llevado a escena, por pri-
mera vex en Panama, la Gloriosa Vida del Redentor
Universal!..... ___________,
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'LAMINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
- ESTRENO SIMULTANEO EN 60 PASES!
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1:00. 2:45, 4:50, 7:00, 9 p.mJ
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brindndoles
las horas
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en su vida
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PROTAGONIZADA POR
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"DEL CIELO-VENGO"
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LUX y CECILIA
Aqu esta "HARVEY" brindndo-
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pasarn en su vida I
JAMES STEWART, en
"HARVEY"
- con -
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La pelcula ganadora del Premio
PULITZER! ________
CENTRAL Doble Programa!
Marie WILSON Dean MARTIN y Jerry LEWIS, en
"IRMA SE DESENREDA"
Adems: Gary COOPER, en
El, GENERAL MURI AL AMANECER"
VARIEDADES
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Amrica Latina
es la regin de
un mejor futuro
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 22 (UP)
Los eorjiercUntes y banqueros
norte-americanos reunidos
su conferencia anual, hicieron
un inventarlo de, los mercados
extranjeros de Estados Unidos,
quedando en relieve el hecho
que Amrica Latina es la regln
del mundo con un futuro ms
halagador.
Los distintos oradores, peritos
en la materia, expresaron sus
opiniones durante una de las
reuniones de la 31a. Conferen-
cia de "The Exporter Manager
Club", en torno a las condicio-
nes econmicas existentes en
los mercados extranjeros.
Se destac el hecho que miem-
bros de la mayora de los paises
de Europa, Medio Oriente. Afri-
ca y el Lejano Oriente se man-
tienen controles sobre las im-
portaciones, los pases de Latino
Amrica van mejorando su po-
sicin econmica y en el mismo
grado eliminan los controles.
La peliculn que Su Santidad
I P;*>". recomienda I...
HISTRICA!
GRANDIOSA!
Rafael
DURAN
Maruchl
FRESNO
y grandes
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TEATRO ENCANTO
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Mara Montes, n
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TEATRO TIVOLI
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Oran Funcin Teatral!
Dramatizacln de la obra
PRESIDENTE
l.,i hlitorla de un hombre y un*
mujer cuya ambicin desmedida
no tuvo limites!
"LA FE EN DIOS"
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VALLE

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TEATRO IRIS
Ma. Elena Mrquez, en
"LA EDAD PELIGROSA"
Roberto Escada. en
MORIR EN SU LEY"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Doble Programa!
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MUERTE DE N. S. J. C."
Ademas. Pedro Triante, en
EL SEMINARISTA"
DESDE SBADO I
MUERTE EN UN BESO"
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Derek. Farr, en
"EL DESERTOR"
Johnny Sheffield, en
EL TESORO VOLCANO"
CINE HISPANO
Pedro Infante, en
"USTEDES LOS RICOS"
Blanca Estela Pavn, en
NOSOTROS lo POBRES"
VICTOR IA
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Muerte de N.S.J.C."
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i L.n Mies es MuchaJ_
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MAS BARATO POR
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- Adems: -
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MUJER Al. FIN",
VISTERMOSA
Sterling Hayden. en
"Mientras la Ciudad
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Frank Sinatra, en
ME BESO UN
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Tvrone Power, en
EL PRINCIPE DE
LOS ZORROS"
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APOLO
"CREO EN DIOS"
"LOS MADEROS DE
SAN JUAN"
SBADOi
FUNCIN DE
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Mujeres en MI Vida"
Ademas: -
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~EL PANAMA AMERICA 01 ARIO TNOEPENDIENTS
lEVES. MARZO !2, 151
Veteranos y Alacranes Sostienen Maana
Su Tradicional Partido De Viernes Santo
Esle juego de
softball tendr
lugar en S. Rila
Maana se efectuar el t. .dl-
clonal partido de Softball de
Viernes Santos entre los equipos
VETERANOS y ALACRANES.
El Juego comenzar al as 8 y
30 de la maana en el cuadro
de Santa Rita.
Entre los jugadores del con-
junto de Veteranos se encuen-
tran:
Antonio Gordon, U. Urrlola,
E. Tapia, J. Fortlch, ato Mar-
tlz Calllln Ochoa, Chanti Mal-
donado, Gallo Tapia, Los her-
manos Karamaitls, etc.
Ambos equipos han practica-
do satisfactoriamente para este
comentado Juego que realizan
estos dos equipos el Viernes San
tos y se espera resultar atrac-
tivo y reido.
Muchas Gracias!
Por IVAN KANCHA
Un deber justo y grato incita
a este columnista a dar sus en-
carecidas gracias a todos y cada
uno de los que hacen la pgina
deportiva de este magnifico ro-
tativo y de una manera espe-
cial al Jefe que me toc, en oca-
sin de celebrarse el V Cam-
peonato Centroamericano y del
Caribe de Ftbol Sr. Rubn D.
Merel, por ausencia del titular
Sr. Rolla, que se hallaba gozan-
do de unas merecidas vacacio-
nes.
Este colega tuvo la gentileza
y la alta distincin para el que
escribe, que sin tan siquiera co-
nocerme pospuso todo material
que no se refera al ftbol y a
mis escritos le dio una promi-
nencia que francamente me
abruma y a la vez me sirvi de
estmulo para seguir adelante.
Rocky Graziano
derrot a Reuben
Jones por K.O.
MIAMI, Marzo 22 (UP)El ex
campen mundial, peso media-
no Rocky Graziano noque a
Reuben Jones al minuto de los
18 segundos del tercer asalto
despus de derribarlo por la
cuenta de nueves segundos y
seis respectivamente en el se-
gundo asalto, y de nueve en el
tercero. Graziano quien pes 184
libras y un cuarto, tres y medias
menos que Jones, domin a s-
te desde un principio cuando
marc su rostro con una serie
de violentos golpes.
Ser reparado el gimnasio del Abel Bravo
Mauricio gan ayer
por inasistencia del
Catedral en softball
La Liga Social est en
receso hasta el hies
Rata fotografa muestra el momento en que el Profesor de
Educacin Fsica, Murillo, del Colegio Abel Bravo de la ciu-
dad de Coln, hace entrega de un memorandum fe'6'0"0
con la pronta reparacin del gimnasio del Colegio Abe Bra-
vo, que se encuentra en malsimas condiciones, al Ministro
de Obras Pblicas, Sr. Celso Carbonell, quien se encuentra
interesado en este asunto, debido a que l estima que la re-
serva de nuestra ciudadana es la juventud, y nosotros debe-
mos contribuir a que esta Juventud sea inteligente, sana y
fuerte.
Nacional y E. Pern
empalaron ayer a
3 tantos en ftbol
El Deportivo Nacional y el
"Eva de Pern" empataron a
tres-tantos ayer en la tarde en
la continuacin del Campeonato
de Ftbol del Barrio del Cho-
rrillo. Con este resultado, el on-
ceno Eva de Pern qued solo
en el comando de este torneo
con un punto sobre su ms cer-
cano rival el Coronel Remn.
Anotaron los tantos, para el
Eva de Pern, Chester Brown
dos tantos, y Leonor Barsallo
uno, por el Nacional, H. Thomas
dos y C. Vergara uno. Los mu-
chachos del equipo "Maria de
Pern" le dedicaron el partido
a su madrina, la simptica se-
orita Avelina Atagora.
La Temporada Del Basket
Capitalino Comenzar En La
Primera Semana De Mayo
! 2s iivcr: iones se ab:cn el 15 de abril
Por ACHET
En la primera quincena del reliield, campen de la pasada
mes de Abril quedarn abiertas temporada que ya tiene todas
sus unidades firmadas; Polica
La contienda de la Liga So-1
clal de Softball entra hoy en un
receso con motivo de la Sema-
na Santa, y reanudar sus jue-
gos el prximo lunes.
Al terminar ayer sus partidos
de la semana, el ptica Sosa
se encuentra ya clasificado pa-
ra la serie final con 0 triun-
fos y ninguna derrota; siguen
los camellos con 7 victorias y
dos fracasos, luego la Polica
con 7 y 3, Mauricio y Alemn
Jr. con 5 y 3 cada uno y la
Cervecera con 4 y 2; estos son
los nicos equipos con pocin a
participar en la etapa final por
el campeonato.
En el encuentro de ayer, el
Mauricio obtuvo obtuvo un f-
cil triunfo por Inasistencia del
equipo Catedral; la Liga tomar
severas medidas con el conjunto
de Catedral por faltar a este
compromiso.
Los prximos Juegos de la
justa Social de Softball son:
Lunes 28 ptica Sosa vs.
Pinocho.
Martes 27 Alemn Jr. vs.
Mauricio.
El Pinocho se impuso anoche al
Mauricio de Coln por 6 a 4
Fueeller juegodelal|Joya| QQUq reaparece este
Serie de Campeones r p
fin de semana en J. Franco
del Baseball Amateur
Por 8. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LA SERIE
Pinocho (Panam
Mauricio (Coln)
G. P.
1
O 1
Pje.
1.000
.000
Por RDEME-
LOS campeones de la piatalfc White, Dictador que trata da
tendrn a su cargo el evento) conquistar su cuarto triunfo
estelar de la funcin hpica que consecutivo,
se llevar a cabo este fin de se-' i
mana en el Hipdromo Naci-
Se pospuso el partido de ftbol
anunciado para esta noche entre el
Seleccionado Nacional y el Pacfico
las inscripciones del basketball
capitalino de 1951.
La Justa este ao comenzar
en la primera semana de Mayo,
a fin de dar tiempo a nues-
tros basketboleros de poder asis-
tir al Campeonato Centroame-
ricano de Basketball y en esa
forma la Liga no sufre Inte-
rrupcin.
Numerosos nombres suenan
para integrar la directiva del
b-sketball para la nueva tem-
porada, y c itre ellos estn Ger-
minal 8arasqueta. para Presi-
dente, Rodrigo Baruco suenapa-
Naclonal, que este ao luce co-
mo favorito por haber efectua-
do una reorganizacin en sus
filas y adquirido una buena di-
reccin; el Bam tiene una cuan
tas unidades nuevas que se su-
marn a, Echeverra, Jan, fcew-
man, Slbauste y otras; el Mau-
ricio, Sub-Campen de la pasa-
da temporada, ya que tiene su
uniformes listos y en estos das
terminar de firmar sus uni-
dades, sabindose tambin que
reorganizar sus lineas y el
Cyrnos que finaliz con mucha
pujanza la temporada pasada,
no ha revelado an si tomar
ra ocupar el cargo de Vice-Pre- \ parte este ao en la contienda
.'Jente; Humberto Tejada para
Secretarlo, Rmulo Gorrlchte-
gut para Tesorera y Too de Se-
das para el cargo de Fiscal, etc.
Entrt los equipos que torna-
ran part* estn el Lord Che--
Se piensa aceptar solo cinco
equipos en la categora mayor,
pero de fuerzas parejas a fin
de brindar una temporada inte-
resante.
El encuentro de ftbol entre
el seleccionado Nacional y el
potente equipo Pacifico, anun-
ciado para esta noche en el Es-
tadio Olmpico, se ha pospuesto
indefinidamente, por ciertos In-
convenientes que obligaron a to-
mar esa decisin.
Por una parte, algunos miem-
bros de la Federacin se opu-
sieron al Juego, considerando
que no se les inform a debido
tiempo. Se supone que en este
asunto no ha tenido Ingerencia
el Presidente de la Federacin,
In?. Navarro, lo cual hubiera
resultado muy curioso.
Por otra parte varios de los
jugadores del Seleccionado no
estn muy animados a Jugar,
aunque sea a beneficio de su
compaero G. Warren.
Esto ha trado como conse-
cuencia numerosos y variados
comentarlos y rumores, lndlcrr-
dose que ha entrado la supers-
ticin, ya que el Pacfico es el
equipo que da en tierra con los
Seleccionados nacionales, y no
caera bien que el Campen
Centroamericano de Ftbol fue-
ra derrotado por un equipo lo-
cal, como loa pacifistas, que es-
tn atravesando muy buenas
condiciones.
Bobby Bickle gan en
estrecha decisin el
torneo guantes de oro
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 22 (UP)
Bobby Bickle de Chicago de-
rrot por decisin al portorri-
queo Juan Curet. por el cam-
peonato "Guantes de Oro" al su-
frir Curet dos cadas en el pri-
mer asalto.
La decisin en favoi de Bickle,
fu recibida con muestras de
desagrado por el numeroso p-
blico que presenci el encuen-
tro. De acuerdo con la anota-
cin de la Prensa Unida, Curet
gan los dos ltimos asaltos,
y present mayor agresivi-
dad que su rival. Curet comen-
z peleando en su acostumbra-
do estilo sereno y calculador.
pero en el cambio de golpes se
desolme alcanzado por una de-
recha corta de Bickle. que tiene
una fuerte Degada que es res-
petable y peligrosa.
Marathn Ciclista De Panam
a Capira y Regreso Se
Correr El Primero De Abril
Una marathn ciclista con un, entre los cuales se encuentran
recorrido de Panam a Capira i varios de los mejores ciclistas
y regreso se correr el domln- del pals,
go lo. de p.brll organizada por la
Comisin Nacional de Ciclismo.
El Montezuma venci al Fiduciario en la
Comercial y la justa entra hoy en receso
El Montezuma bati anoche, de hoy con motivo de los Das
al Fiduciario por anotacin de Santos y la contienda se reanu-
10 carreras a 8 en un Juego que dar el lunes con el Juego
result brusco y en el cual se **> vlf,rj*r" P.ere*,A
form una bronca, la primera Los dems partidos de la pr-
de esta contlenda-cuando el re- xlma semana son:
ceptor de los banqueros sac en Martes 21 Istmeo vs Cervecera
el "home" a un licorero en for-. Mlr. 28 Bur vs Hudson
ma violenta golpendolo, para, Adems se estn haciendo los
luego seguir persiguindolo y arregios para un doble juego de
provocar la lntenvencln de manera de presentar un partido
Mendlves del Montezuma que, extra entre l* Hora y El Pana-
sall en su defensa, a la vez que ma-Amrlca.
intervenan otros Jugadores de jueveg m Cerrud vs C.C.C.
ambos bandos.
Fueron expulsados del parti-
do dos Jugadores del Fiduciario
y uno del Montezuma. En esta
forma los licoreros mejoraron
su puntuacin y los Banqueros
bajan al tercer puesto.
La Liga entra en receso des-
Viernes Duran vs Montezuma
Sbado Fiduciario vs C. C. C.
Los representantes de Pana-
m, el Pinocho, monarcas de la
Liga Provincial vencieron en
Juego emocionante de 9 actos
por pizarra de 6-4 a los Colo-
nenses del Mauricio, Campeones
Provinciales de Coln, anoche en
el Estadio Nacional en el pri-
mer partido de la Serle de Base
ball Amateur ante una concu-
rrencia aproximada de 1.100 al-
mas.
El juego se dedic al Sr. Geor-
ge Capwell Gerente General de
la Compaa Panamea de Fuer
za y Luz.
Despus del primer lanzamien-
to de la bola por el seor Cap-
well, el Pinocho ocup el cam-
po y el Mauricio el bate; en la
nmina abridora de los Cam-
peones Colonenses se reporta-
ron tres Jugadores ajenos al
equipo Mauricio: G. Knowles, A.
Bovelle y el lanzador C Adames
burlando el pacto con la Liga
Provincial de Panam, que con-
sista en que solamente los ju-
gadores de los equipos Campeo-
nes tomaran parte en la Serle,
sin refuerzo alguno.
Los colonenses fueron los pri-
meros en anotar, en el primer
acto aprovechando ligero par-
padeo del lanzador novato J.
(Chlmbelo) Prez, despus de
ponchar al primer bateador,
concedi visa gratis a O Mag-
daleno, sencillo de S. CcDonaldy
doble de A. Bovelle, para mar-
car dos carreras.
En ese mlsrr.o acto los narizo-
nes demostraron su superioridad
con el tolete, y el porque de su
condicin de monarcas Capitali-
no; cuadrangular de J. Herrera
y M. Cobos, doble de L. Sanjur,
sencillos de Cumberbatch, Clark
y Duggan produjeron precioso
racimo de 4 carreras.
Despus del fatdico primer
acto, el lanzador E. George, opt
por no salir a lanzar el segundo
episodio entrando Cyrll Adam-
son a prestarle ayuda a su equi-
po y domin en los actos 2o, 3o,
4o y 5o. pero en el sexto los na-
rizones volvieron al ataque y
anotaron una carrera que su-
mada a otra en al 7o. Inning le
dl un total de 6 carreras.
En el octavo los colonenses li-
garon 3 hits entre ellos un do-
ble para producir sus dos lti-
mas carreras del juego.
J. I. Prez quien se consagr
anoche como lanzador de quila-
tes en nuestra pelota aficiona-
da, lanz toda la distancia por
los monarcas capitalinos en
gran forma, permiti 9 lncogi-
bles y recet 8 ponches, sola-
mente concedi 1 visa gratis. Por
nal. sobre una distancia de una
milla y un octavo y por un
premio de B.1.000.00.
Estn Inscritos aqu cinco
ejemplares entre los cuales rea-
parece el campen de la pista
ROYAL COUP, que como siem-
pre llevar el peso mximo. En
esta ocasin veremos al hijo
de Coup de Lyons en una dis-
tancia larga, por lo cual ha au-
mentado la expectacin de los
fanticos de la hpica. Adems
compiten Welsh Loch, Avenue
Road, Cherlberlbin y Plnard.
En otra de las carreras ms
interesantes de este fin de se-
mana, se enfrentarn los equi-
nos de la Clase "B". Compiten
aqu Dictador, Newminster, Lin-
ney Head, Fair Chance, Begonia
Phoebus Apollo y Rathllng Light
Esta prueba ser sobre un ti-
ro de 1400 metros y se destaca
el lnvocto caballo del Stud Blue
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Se cita por este medio a los
Integrantes del equipo de basket
ball "Carlos Eleta" para esta
noche a las 7 p.m. en el Gim-
nasio Nacional con el fin de tra-
tar asuntos de la jira que efec-
tuarn a Antn el prximo s-
bado.
Tambin se anuncia que se
celebrar una prctica.
PARA UN ASPECTO
MS SANO Y JUVENIL
Uta Mwvi y aaniraUt crama dt if eitai
tus ayuda a caisarvar ti asateta
agrataMt y JavNl da la pial
Ahorapor primera vezse ha
elaborado una crema de afeitar
que es realmente buena para la piel;
Esta nueva frmula le permita a
usted afeitadas a ras de piel, niti*
daa ... y sin irritacin!
Maravillte Ingrediente
La nueva Crema de Afeitar William
contiene Extracto de Lanolinare-
ciente descubrimiento cientfico con)
mayores propiedades "benficas"
para la piel que la lanolina corriente*
Solo en Wllll AMS
Ahoracada vez que usted se afecta
con Crema de Afeitar Williams dis-
fruta de esta maravillosa substancia,
y adems... usted obtiene una afei*
teda ms ntida, mejor. Use Williams,
la nica arma de afeitar que confien*
Extracto de Lanolina.
la loma de los colonenses desfi-
laron los dos mejores lanzado-
res de la ciudad Atlntica, Erlcic
George quien soport 6 lncogl-
bles y solo pudo lanzar 1 acto
completo, y Cyrll Adamson quien
puede ser declarado el "NOVA-
TO DEL ANO" del Baseball de
Coln, lanza para el Dep. Cor-
sarios, demostr posee runa bue-
na velocidad en sus envos, una
curva bien profunda y un buen
cambio de bolas.
D. Alleyne y L. Cumberbatch
recibieron los mas nutridos a-
plausos de la concurrencia por
sus magnificas atrapadas.
El Martes, se celebrar en la
Ciudad de Coln el segundo par-
tido de la Serle.
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
La carrera partir a las 5 de
la maana del establecimiento
comercial Smooth y Paredes en
la Avenida Jos Francisco de la
Ossa. cruzar el Canal por el
puente de Miraflores y conti-
nuar por la carretera hasta
Capira, aqu le dar la vuelta
a la plaza y regresar por la
misma va para terminar en el
lugar de partida.
Cerca de 30 pedallstas han r--------
manifestado el firme proposito o en la Oficina del Estado Na-
de participar en esta marathn, i clonal.
Varios trofeos y premios ha
conseguido ya la comisin, y se
espera que obtendr muchos
otros, de manera que todos los
que finalicen la prueba tengan
su recompensa.
Las Inscripciones pueden en-
tregarse a cualquier miembro
de la Comisin, como el seor
C. Bolt donde la compaa G.
Novey N. Glttena en el Auto
Service, etc. o bien en el De-
partamento de Educacin Fsica
ESCOJA SU IDEAL
ENTRE iSTAS 4 PAl;
Da UNO y DOS files GRUESAS
MEDIANAS y DELGADAS:
INYECTORES METLICOS
Distribuidores:
CA. CYRNOS, S. A.
PANAMA COLON
Cierto, yo siempre pido White Horse.
Si i paladar abe apreciar lo exquisito, he aqu el whisky de su
preferencia . White Horse. Suave al gusto; meloso por su larga
maduracin; hecho entre las colinas Escocesas donde los Escoceses
y sus padres y abuelos, y sus antecesores antes que stos, han perfeccion-
ado incomparablemente el arte de distilar. Y cmo puede estar seguro
de disfrutar siempre de un whisky tan verdaderamente exquisito?
Pidiendo siempre White Horse pot u nombre.
WHIT p HORSE Whisky Escocs
Ud. bien tab* qu sabe bien
D,,tr*m4*u ~,W. COMPAA CYANOS S^t.. COLON & PANAMA |
con Vflblis
Friccinese vigorosamente la caj
baca eon VITALIS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la se*
quedad Hgalo: Usted notar la
diferencia!
AlPIJ!*
... Use VITALIS Claro! porque
VITAL1S dar a su peinado una a-
traccin incomparable, acentuar*
do el brillo natural de su pele. Coa
VITALIS, usted destacar siem-
pre. Compruebe que en VITALIS
est el secreto del xito ... y sea
un xito eon VITALIS!
pera ove si/
useVlfaliS
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MW!
//J/f
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