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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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GE THREE
AN INl>ttENINl^
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O. !!
CANADIAN WHISKY J
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. F SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1951
FIVE CENTS
ARGENTINA HAS A-BOMB
M'Arthur Offers To Meet Reds
TOKIO, Mar. 24.(UP)General Douglas Mac
Arthur flew to Korea today and authorized the
8th Army to cross the 38th parallel.
At the same time he offered to talk peace with
the Communists on the battlefield.
The 8th Army is almost abreast of the 38th
parallel all across the 140-mile wide Korean pen-
ninsula.
It is expected to take the Communists several
days at least to reply to MacArthur's peace talks
proposal.
Communist held hill, and visited
Belgian, Puerto Rican and Fili-
pino troops.
MacArthur appeared Jubilant
as he stepped from his Constel-
lation "Scap" back at Tokio.
He said: "Everything goes well
at the front. All elements of out
for our forces are In fine spirits
and fettle. Enemy supply lines
are taking terrible punishment
from our implacable air and
navy bombardment.
"There is still no heavy
ground fighting. Our troops
maintain the initiative and the
enemy continues to withdraw.
South Korea is now substan-
tially cleared of enemy forces
and everywhere there is a
quickening of effort at rehabili-
tation and reconstruction.
"Seoul is beginning to resume
some evidences of life."
The State Department In
Washington declined to com-
ment on MacArthur's surprise
offer to meet the Communists
at the peace table. It was hint-
ed the statement was entirely
his own and had not been clear-
ed In Washington.
Grenade Explodes
In Pusan Street;
5 Die, 3 Injured
PUSAN, Mar. 24 (UP)
Eight persons were killed and
three injured when a military
hand grenade exploded this
morning on a busy Pusan
street.
Three of the dead were Wti*-
d Instantly, and five died altar
being hospitalized.
The grenade exploded when a
railroad detective picked it up.
MacArthur authorised the 8th
Army to croas the paralled "if
and when Its security makes it
tactically advisable."
He earlier offered formally to
confer in the field at any time
with the communist commander
presumably either North Ko-
rean Premier Kim II 8ung or
Chinese General Lin Plao on
a means of ending the war.
The bulk of 200,000 to 250,000
Chinese and North Korean
troops have fallen back across
the parallel leaving only re-
arguards to dispute the Allied
advance.
The last sizeable Red force
south of the parallel was
thrown into retreat yesterday
by a, mass peratroop Jump 20
miles behind the Communist
lines north of Seoul.
in this action the 315th Air
Division's combat cargo planes
flew 397 sorties dropping men
and material of the 187th Para-
troop Regiment
Fighters, fighter bombers and
light bombers flew about 200
sorties In close support of the
drop, and the Ird Air Rescue
Squadron made 35 flight* Into
the drop area to evacuate ca-
aualtles. ,,
MacArthur flew from Tokio to
Seoul City airport then Jeeped
to within 2,500 yards of the
Communist lines above Uljong*
bu, 11 miles northeast of the
Korean capital.
He watched allied artillery
nd mortar barrages rake a
French Rail Strike
Near End As Raise
Is Promised Workers
PARIS. Mar. 24 (UP)France's
crippling nationwide rail strike
reared its end today after the
government, capitulating to over-
whelming labor union demands,
promised wage boosts for all the
country's'25,000,000 workers.
Cabinet decided on a U-5 per
cent boost In the legal minimum
wage, which would bring corre-
sponding Increases over the
country's entire wage scale.
The raise was less than the 15
per cent demanded by the labor
unions, and about one per cent
less than the estimated rise In
prices since last August.
However the Socialist Force
Ouvrlere (FQ) and autonomous
unions which together control
out 100,000 of France's 450,000
workers at once ordered their
men back to the job.
The order Is expected to result
In a general back to work move-
ment, and the resumption of
more or less normal train services
hjr tonight.
Mon-Communlst unions in the
nationalized gas and electricity
unions also ordered members
back to work as a result of the
government's decision.
The Paris subway and bus
strike, now In Its ninth day, con-
tinued. It was expected the un-
ions would resume deadlocked ne-
gotiations with the municipally-
operated transport corporation
and that a back to work order
will be given shortly.
The approaching end of the
KU stoppage was an unexpected
ster gift to thousands of Pa-
risians who had hoped to get
away for the long week end but
found their vacation plans block-
ed by the transport shutdown.
USAF Globemaster' Crashes
In Atlantic With 53 Aboard
LONDON, Mar. 24. (UP).
Planes searching the North At-
lantic 500 miles southwest of
Ireland today found more life
rafts believed to be from a
crashed U. S. Air Force, Globe-
master II, but reported no sign
of the missing 53 passengers
and crew.
The life rafts were spotted
soon after dawn, not far away
from where a Superfortress was
circling over some lifejackets
and another life raft bobbing
in the water.
St 111 another Superfortress
Red Workers Meet
In Berlin; Pledge
Fight Against US
BERLIN, Mar. 24 (UP)Dele-
gates to the Communist-directed
European Workers' Conference
here today pledged their efforts
to prevent the rearmament of
Western Germany and to forc-
ing the United States to quit Eu-
rope.
Speaking to 1,000 delegates
from 18 countries Louis 8alllant,
president of the Communist-
dominated World Federation of
Trade Unions, said: "The future
of peace In Europe and In the en-
tire world will depend on wheth-
er we are able to call a halt to
the remilitarization of Germa-
ny"
He said the West would push
the spirit of revenge into a West
German army to make It serve
political ends. The rising cost of
living as a result of rearmament
programs In Western European
countries will rouse the laboring
class to active opposition to re-
armament, he added.
The type of action being plan-
ned at the conference was made
clear by two German delegates.
Wilhelm Moheller, from East
Berlin, said: "The strike of Paris
workers which has paralyzed Pa-
ris and France ought to be a glo-
rious example to us all."________
reported lights, flares, wreckage
and what appeared to be para-
chutes floating In heavy seas
In the same area last night,
but apparently lost sight of
them In the darkness.
The report of flares and
light* had raised hopes that
some of the men above the
giant four-englned plane may
have survived yesterday's crash
halfway between Ireland and
the Azores.
The British Admiralty order-
ed the 1,575 ton submarine
Thule, which was on patrol in
the area, to join the United
States Coast Guard cutter
Casco and a British cuttter en
route to the scene.
Some 40 United States, Bri-
tish and Irish planes crisscross-
ed the area.
An Air Force spokesman said
the storm subsided shortly
after dawn today, and the wind
had calmed from a howling
gale to 10 m.ph. Visibility was
good, and the waves less than
10 feet.
The temperature was about
4ft degrees.
The spokesman said a maxi-
mum effort was being made to
find survivors from the Globe-
master. "Somebody had to light
those flares that were spotted
last night nearly 24 hours after
the plane Is believed to have
gone down."
Among the missing passen-
gers is Brig. Gen. Paul T. Cul-
len, deputy commander of
Barksdale Airport, Shreveport,
Louisiana.
The Globemaster, which was
operated by the United 8tates
Air Force's Strategic Air Com-
mand, vanished over the gale
swept North Atlantic before
dawn yesterday on a flight be-
tween Newfoundland and Bri-
tain.
It had radioed Its destination,
Mlldenhall, that It would be
an hour late due to the storm.
It was feared that anyone
surviving the crash could not
live long In the freezing water.
Gromyko Claims
U.S. Is Arming
For Aggression
PARIS Mar. 24 (UP). Soviet
Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei
A. Gromyko charged today that
the United States, by doubling
its armed forces in the past
nine months, Is arming for ag-
gressive purposes.
Gromyko made the charge at
the 17th meeting of the Big
Four deputies since they started
three weeks ago to try to draw
up an agenda for a future Big
Four Foreign Ministers confer-
ence.
Gromyko renewed earlier
charges that the United States
and Britain have committed a
breach of the Italian Peace
Treaty by allegedly turning the
Adriatic port of Trieste into a
"military base for their air and
naval forces."
He flatly refused to allow the
bogged-down Austrian Peace
Treaty to be placed on the Big
Four agenda unless it is linked
directly with these charges con-
cerning Trieste.
Referring to United States
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall's Mar. 21 report to
President Harry S. Truman that
the United States armed forces
now total 2,900,000 men, Gro-
myko said this showed the West
la continuing to arm for aggres-
sive purposes.
Two secret sessions of the de-
puties' conference made no pro-
gress, and no end to the dead-
lock is In sight. The 18th plen-
ary session convenes Tuesday.
A Moscow press roundup of
the conference: "The facts show
the Western delegations still
will not follow paths towards
agreements but are seeking new
artificial grounds making more
difficult the preparation of an
agreed agenda for the Foreign
Ministers."
1st Atomic Explosion
Occurred In February
Traditional Easter Services
To Be Held At Zone Churches
-of the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus
tomorrow in all Isthmian churches of
at several sunrise services under the
Easter the Sunday
will be commemorated
the Christian faith, and
open sky.
Today Easter Eve the spirit of Christians U lifted, and
> the lenten season ends.
Though word did not
I morning of the third day
| from the portal, and that
was empty, Easter Even is
the fact that under the
Sundown.
reach the disciples until early on the
that the stone had been rolled away
the sepulcher of the crucified Christ
a time of rejoicing. This stems from
Hebrew calendar the days began at
GIVE!
The Red Croea this year
need SSS.OeO.M to continue
its service to the armed forces
and to veterans, its national
Mood program, Its vast civil
defense commitments, Rs dis-
aster relief operations, and is
expanded volunteer activities.
Do year part to keep es-
sential Red Crow services in
operation by contributing to
the 1WU fund campaign.
In most Catholic and many
Episcopal churches, today's Holy
Saturday observances began with
the blessing of the new fire and
the paschal candle. Today Is a
favorite day for baptism. Those
churches which hold confessions
haye scheduled these among the
closing rites.
Most evangelical Protestant
churches, and those of the Inde-
pendent faiths schedule no spe-
cial events for Holy Saturday.
On the Isthmus, tomorrow's
celebration is almost wholly re-
ligious. Little girls and boys like
new clothes for the occasion
when they present their lenten
mite boxes or offerings. Adults
too, dress In their formal tro-
pical best before setting out for
the Church of their faith. But
there is no "Easter Parade" In
the fashionable sense., and little
urgency to wear hats or clothes
that will Impress neighbors and
fellow-worshipers.
Tomorrow's outdoor sunrise
services conducted by chaplains
of the armed forces will be at
Beam Stadium, Albrook Air Force
Base for the Pacific Side, and at
Ft. Davis, for the Atlantic Side.
The Albrook service replaces the
one held In previous years at Ft.
Amador.
The Protestant Chapel at Ft.
Kobbe also will conduct a sun-
rl* service on the chapel lawn.
The armed forces have invit-
ed the general public to the sun-
rise services, and there will be
no difficulty for worshipers en-
tering military posts.
Army chaplain Captain Merle
W. Bergeson of Fart Clayton
Hospital will deliver the morn-
ing message at the sunrise gen-
eral services to be held at Beam
Stadium, Albrook Air Force Base.
"What Easter Means To You" Is
the* title he has chosen.
The services will be conducted
by the following Protestant cha-
plains: Chaplain; (Colonel) E. T.
Donahue, Caribbean Command
chaplain: Chaplain (Command
en William W. Winters, United
States Navy; Chaplain' (Cap-
tain) Wiliam F. Clewell, Fort
Clayton; Chaplain (Captain)
Wiliam H. Blalr, 003 AAA Batta-
lion and Chaplain (Captain)
Frank E. Wiley, Albrook Air
Force Base.
Combined military and civilian
choirs under the direction of
Danny Cox, civilian director of
entertainment USARCARIB, will
sing the halleluia. Music will be
furnished by the 776th Air Force
Band under the direction of
Warrant Officer Ernest Greer.
At the sunrise service at Ft.
Davis. Chaplain Major Walter M.
McCracken will preside.
Music will be furnished by the
80th Army Band under the direc-
tion of Chief Warrant Officer
Daniel Miller.
The call to worship will be by
the Reverend Ph'llp H Havener,
(Continued on Page 8, CoL 8)
Possible O'Dwyer
Ousting In Hands
Of President Traman
WASHINGTON, Mar. 24 (UP)
Senator Charles Tobey, New
Hampshire Republican, said yci-
terday that It was up to President
Harry Truman to decide whe-
ther William O'Dwyer would con-
tinue as United States Ambassa-
dor to Mexico. However, Tobey
added, It Is possible that tie
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee may discuss the matter.
Chairman of the Foreign Re-
lations* group, Texas Senator
Tom Connally, D., refused to
comment on Tobey's statement.
Tobey la a member of the Sen-
ate group Investigating crime in
the United States, before which
the chief of the American Flre-
Fighters Association stated In
New York that he had Mven $10,-
000 as a political contribution to
the ex -Mayor of New York City,
and $55.000 to James J. Moran,
City Water Commissioner. Moran
has since resigned his perman-
ent poet.
ODwyer dented-ever having
received such contribution, but
the Internal Revenue Bureau hss
ordered a check of the taxes pa.d
by th ex-mayor.
Newsman asked Tobey if he
cared to give an opinion on O-
Dwyer's future as ambassador.
The Republican Senator answer-
ed that the matter was entirely in
President Truman's hands." In
reply to another question he an-
swered, "You all know what I
would do.
O'Dwyer himself has already
stated he will not resign.
Reds Select Easier
For All Out Drive
Against Catholicism
HONGKONG, Mar. 24 (UP)
The Chinese Communists have
apparently picked Easter for an
all out drive against the Roman
Catholic church, and may have
decided to make "example" of
five Canadian nuns.
Rjports from north and i
southwest China said an in-
tensified propaganda campaign!
against Catholic missionaries
generally started moving into!
high gear on Good Friday.
A Tientsin report said one
Dutch and one French prleet
have been publicly accused of
tearing down posters which ur-
ged the expulsion of all foreign
missionaries from China. The
priests probably will be arrested,
If they have not already been
thrown Into Jail.
At the same time Communists
at a Tientsin mass meeting
demanded "severe punishment"
for five Canadian nuns accused
of causing the deaths of more
than 2.000 orphans at a Canton
mission.
Wildcat Strike Halls'
Scheduled Sailings
Of Two Grace Liners
NEW YORK. March 24.
(UP). A wildcat strike of
longshoremen today forced the
Grace Line to postpone till next
Friday the scheduled sailing of
the passenger and freight vessel
Santa Monica for Caribbean
ports.
It also has delayed the sailing
of the Santa Margarita for
West coast ports.
The longshoremen refuse to
work because the Grace Line
plants to abandon pier 45 and
centralize all operations at pier
65. The piers are a manned by
different locals of the Intern-
ational Longshoremen's Union,
claim their work will be curt-
ailed by the change.
The local working pier 45
Unless there Is a settlement
over the weekend the dispute
may delay the docking Monday
of the liner Santa Clara from
Caribbean ports. It is now ex-
pected the Santa Clara will dock
at pier 56.
The liner Santa Luisa arriving
Monday from Valparaiso is not
expected to be affected.
West German Reds
Forming 'Titoist/
Anti-Moscow Party
WORMS, Germany, Mar. 24.
(UP). Western Germany's
disgruntled purged Communists
are meeting here today to form
a new anti-Moscow Commun-
ist Party with strong Titoist
characteristics.
Delegates have come from all
over Western Germany to form
the "Independent Worken'
Party of Germany."
These dissident Communists,
opposed to the pro-Moscow po-
litics of the regular Communist
party, are headed by Joseph
Schappe. He was once assistant
editor of "Freles Volk" (Free
People) the central organ of
the Communist Party In Wes-
tern Germany.
He as expelled from the party
Feb. 6, 1950, charged with hav-
ing had connections with a
Titoist clique."
Observers believe the new
party will be Influenced, pro-
bably Indirectly, by the political
attitude of Marshal Tito's re-
gime In Yugoeslavla.
One of Schappe's top lieute-
nants is young Wolfgang Leon-
hardt, and ex-offlcial of the
East Zone Socialist Unity (Com-
munist) Party who fled to Yu-
goeslavla early 1949.
Late last year when Schappe
held the first preparatory
meetings In the Ruhr looking
towards the foundation of the
new party Leonhardt suddenly
appeared on his side.
La Prensa Owner's
Whereabouts Still
Unknown to Friends
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 24. (UP)
For the fourth straight d.y
the whereabouts of La Prensa
publUher Alberto Gainza Paz
are still undetermined.
Close associates and friends
insist they do not know whe-
ther he Is still In Argtntlna or
whether he has gone abroad.
Galnza Paz disappeared on
Wednesday after a congres-
sional committee ordered hia
detention for 15 days. He was
last seen at the local airport
when he was refused passage
on a plane to Uruguay on the
grounds that his papers were
not In order. He wanted to go
to Uruguay to spend Easter
with his mother on her ranch.
He did not return to hla
home, which Is under police
guard.
The Joint Congressional Com-
mittee investigating La Prensa
la expected to resume activi-
ties today after a Good Friday
recess. It will send examiners
and lnterventors" Into all forms
firms doing business with La
Prensa, which has been closed
since Jan. 26.
Cugie, Abbe Here
For 2 Hours; Now
Off For Cali Duel
Rhumbs King Xavier Cugat
snd his songstress snd current
heartbeat, Abbe Lsne. were
visitors st the Hotel El Pana-
is briefly early today.
Arriving from Miami en
route to cali, Colombia, where
Cugst hss been challenged to
s duel-ljrcause he refuted s
Colombian newsman's story
that the Cugat-Lane sffslr
was cooling off, orchestrs
leader snd Miss Lsne spent
about two hours st the hotel
between planes
They left on Psnsgra's
flight 319 for Cali-and the
duel.
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 24.(UP)President
Juan Peron today announced today that Argentina
has the atomic bomb.
The first Argentinian atomic explosion took
place Feb. 16 at Heumul Island in Argentine's lake
region 1,000 miles south of Buenos Aires.
Pern Introduced to a press
conference Austrian physicist
Ronald Rlchter, 42, a naturalized
Argentinian, who said Argenti-
na's Atomic Energy Commission
laboratory had produced "a con-
trolled explosion of a hydrogen
bomb. We are not using uranium,
but much cheaper Argentinian
raw material."
"With this project Argentina
has attacked fundamentally the
projects which are being devel-
oped In similar fields abroad.
"It will be a pleasure to tell
you tomorrow that, what the
North Americans are obtaining
with their hydrogen bomb, at the
moment of explosion has been ac-
complished In Argentina In the
laboratory and under control In
the laboratory..."
Rlchter Invited correspondents
to see him tomorrow at the pres-
idential residence.
Pern's Defense Minister Gen-
eral Humberto Sosa Molina and
War Minister General Franklin
Lucero inspected the atomic en-
ergy plant In February. 1950.
Meanwhile a Washington mes-
sage reports the United States Is
pouring millions of dollars into
special new plants from which
will come the many-purpose
atomic weapons of the future.
These plants will make bombs,
and warheads to artillery shells,
torpedoes and mines. The atomic
explosives are to be produced In
mammoth new works going up In
South Carolina and Kentucky.
The weapons-making aspect of
the vast atomic expansion now
under way has been little pub-
lished. The average program will
cost upward of $2.000.000.000.
, The headlines so far have gone
to explosives plants near Alken,
South Carolina, and Paducah.
Kentucky.
The South Carolina operation
will make plutonlum for A-bombs
and triple-weight hydrogen for
H-bombsif the H-bomb proves
feasible. This plant Is expected
to cost about $600,000.000.
The Kentucky plant will pro-
duce Uranlum-235, which like
plutonlum Is a bomb explosive.
This will cost about $85,000,000.
The actual fabrication of plu-
tonlum and Uranlum-235 Into
"weapon shapes" will be done
probably at a $45,000.000 produc-
tion plant built 17 miles north
west of Denver.
The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion plans to have an entire new
production chainfrom ore pro-
cessing to weapons assembly-
ready to operate as soon as the
new explosives plants start pro-
ducing.
Troops, Armor
Protect Manila
As Huks Gather
MANILA. Mar. 34 (UP) An
iron ring of troops and armu-
td units was thrown round
Manila today in the wake o!
intelligence reports that the
Hukbalahaps mlgth strut*
against the capital In celebra
tion of the ninth annlversai?
of their movement.
There are reports that til*
Huks might atack Manila tr.is
weekend or early next weel:,
and the Government is taking
no chances.
Troops In battle gear seal-l
the entrances to Manila, esta-
blishing machlnegun emplau -
ments at strategic points, while
policemen carefully checked
people coming to the city.
14 Congressmen To Arrive
Monday; Wiley Cancels Trip
Balboa Tides
High Low
4:5 a.m. 15.8 ft. 11:11 a.m.-1.0 ft.
5:13 p.m. 16.0 ft. 11:32 p.m.-1.5 ft.
A group of 40 will make up the
Congressional party, Including 14
members of the House of Repre-
sentatives, scheduled to arrive In
Cristobal Monday on the liner
Panama. They will visit the Ca-
nal Zone during the coming week,
according to a list of the visitors
received at Balboa Heights.
Senator Alexander Wiley, of
Wisconsin, who had planned to
make the trip cancelled his reser-
vation before the ship sailed
Wednesday from New York.
Three House members also can-
celled plans for the trip acw.1-
lng to a message from the Pana-
ma Line offices In New York.
Representatives aboard the S.8.
Panama include: Mrs. Cecil M.
Harden, of Indiana: John V.
Beanier, of Indiana: William L.
Springer, of Illinois: Thaddeus
M. Machrowicz, of Michigan;
Louis B, Heller, of New York: la-
adore Dolllnger, of New York: R.
W. Relhlman, of New York; Will-
iam E. Miller, of New York: CaM
T. Curtis of Nebraska; Lind'.ey
Beckworth. of Texas; Jere Coop-
er, rf Tennessee; Hugh B. Mit-
chell of Washington; Carl Al-
bert, of Oklahoma; and Haruid
Ostertag. of New York.
In addition to the Congress-
men and members of their family
in the group, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Goldstein, friends of Rep. and
Mrs. Heller and Mrs. Mildred
Somers, alster-in-law of Con-
gressman Cooper, will arrive on
the Panama.
Congresswoman Harden, a He-
publican, of Covlngton, Indiana,
is accompanied by her husband,
Fron R. Harden. She is a member
of the House Committee on Ex-
penoltures In the Executive De-
partment. She had several years
as a Republican National Com-
mltteewoman from Indiana and
was first elected to the House In
1948.
Representative Beamer Is a Re-
Subllcan from Wabash, Indiana.
;e is accompanied by Mrs. Beam-
er. He was elected to Congress
last November and Is a member
of the Interstate and Foreign
Commerce Committee.
Congressman Springer, a Re-
publican, of Champaign-Urbana,
Illinois, also entered Congrert
last November. He Is accompan-
ied by Mrs. Springer. He (s a
member of the Veterans Affairs
Committee.
Representatives and Mrs. Mar-
chrowlcz are accompanied by
their two sons. Tod, 11 and Don,
8. Their home is in Hamtramck,
Michigan. He Is a Democratic
member of the House and wua
elected last November. He Is a
meber of the Judiciary Commit-
tee.
Mr. and Mrs. Heller, of Brook-
lyn, are accompanied by their
son, Robert. 10 and daughter,
Marcla. 7. He Is a Democrat and
was elected to the 81st Congress
and was reelected last November.
He serves on the Interstate and
Foreign Commerce Committee.
Representative and Mrs. Dol-
llnger's home Is in the Bronx. He
is a member of the Democratic
party and serves on the Banking
and Currency Committee. He en-
tered Congress in 1048 and has
served for about ten years pre-
viously In the New York State
House and Senate.
Congressman Ostertag. who Is
accompanied by his wife, is a Re-
publican from Attica, New York.
He has served 19 years In the New
York Legislature before election
to the House of Representatives
last November. He serves on the
Agriculture Committee.
Congressman Rlehlman, Re-
publican, has served in Congress
since Jan. 1947. He is accompan-
ied on his trip by Mrs. Rlehlm3it .
and their son. Royce. 13. Their
home Is in Tully. New York.
Riehiman is a member of 'he
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FRECKLES AMD HIS FRONDS
Rehabilitation
By MERRILL BLOSSraf
South Italian Land Reform
Moves Slowly, But Surely
By S. -VI. BOSSI
COSENZA, Italy, Mar. 24 (UP)
This city of 40,000 people Is
the heart of Italy's greatest so-
cial fight In historythe break-
ing up of ancient feudal estates
and the distribution of the land
to Southern Italy's embittered,
impoverished peasants.
It Is a grim fight. The odds are
tremendous. But progress Is be-
ing made.
The enemies of land reform
are Communism, superstition,
political chicanery, big money,
trickery and peasant mistrust.
Against obstacles which seem
Incredible in faroff Rome the Slla
Region Land Reform Committee
has battled Its way forward to
firove that land reform can mean
Ife to Italy's "forgotten south."
In May 1060 the Italian Gov-
ernment enacted a much delayed
land reform law which provided
for the expropriation of nearly
300 square miles of privately-
owned Slla land which was to go
to the peasants.
Barely a fifth of this land has
been distributed so far.
Here In Cosenza the Slla Com-
mittee Is a town affair. Dr. Oiu-
leone Is director general of the
Slla organization and 'command-
ing general' of the army of agra-
rian experts and engineers, in-
spectors and foremen who have
invaded the south to make good
the promises which the people
here have heard for centuries.
Of the land marked for expro-
priation 110 square miles has been
taken over by the Slla Commit-
tee, and 3,953 acres have actually
been given to the peasants.
It went to 306 peasants in San-
ta Severlna, a small town of 2,322
Inhabitants perched on a 000-ft.
high hill.
, Taking land from big estates
and giving it to landless peas-
ants sounds easy, but the land
reform committee must also see
there are roads to get to the land,
that there is equipment to help
work the land, that there are
projects to get water there, and
so on.
The committee has set up sub-
offices throughout the area to
study conditions. At Santa Sev-
erlna the expertsmany of them
veterans from Libyan farming
projectsare there permanently
to help Introduce modern meth-
ods'In farming.
Olno Mazzochi is one of the
Libyan veterans. Now 45 he says:
"We beat the Sahara. We will de-
feat erosion In this land. You
can call It missionary work."
The poverty of the land la hard
to believe for those who have
seen the rich, fertile fields of
Northern and Central Italy. Cen-
turies of neglect and erosion have
left barren wastes with only thin
topsoil over rock cropplngs.
But once a Southern peasant Is
able to call a piece of this "my
own" his broad back and muscu-
lar arms achieve wonders.
Mazzochi says: "They are a
suspicious people. Everybody has
Eromlsed them everything for
undreds of years. They didn't
believe us either. Now they see
their dreams come true. We move
ahead slowly."
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SATURDAT, MARCH M. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PART NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
Army, Navyi' Air Force News Deaf-Mute Draws 20 Years
In 'Silent Triangle Killing
SMILING, and with reason to Is Cpl. Jesus Ramo of the
242nd Chemical Supply Detachment * Coil. f h* "
just insured his future by P"*"* $V RVers0n civihan
ed States Savinrs Bonds from Harold O. Konerson, cm""
cashie* at theninance Office. United States Army Corel.
Maturity value of the bonds totals S^SO. ,,,|
The money represents careful savings by * fP""J
and his wife, MatUs, coyerinit a period of approximately two
"""col' tomoTenUred the service of the united States
Armv ehtTears aVo at S" '*" *"'ri0 R,co " h*s T
ortheLthmuVfoir years and lives in Cocoli with bis wife
and four children. (US Army Photo)
Army Expects Big Savings
From Simplification of Work
Major General Ray E. Porter,
Commanding Genera) USARCA-
RIB, indicated recently that sub-
stantial returns could be expect-
ed from USARCABIB's Work
Slmplicatlon Prop ram when he
personally presented awards for
achievement to the Management
Improvement Officers. Panama
Area. USARCARIB. who first suc-
cessfully completed the worn
simplification training course.
Captain Charles P Burns and
Norman S. Holland. Signal Sec-
tion, 1st Lt. Thomas Verner. Med-
ical Section; Julio Hernandez..
Jr CPO; Thomas M. Harvey and
Robert E .Jones, Transportation
e"t!on; Ernest M. Karch and
James H. Leverenz. Quartermas-
ter Sectlpn; Flovd M. Foor and
Vernon D. Christianson. Ord-
rinnce Section; Guv Thomas and
Daniel F. Snyder. Eneineer Sec-
tion; Kenneth E. Hutchlnson.
Samuel R. Moody, Stephen Hov-
n Comptroller Section, and
Richard P. Kelsey. Headquarters,
received awards in recognition
of successful completion of stu-
dies and the Installation of an
operational improvement as col-
lateral c'ass. work.
Comptroller James V. Thomp-
son Colonel, GSC. and his Man-
e-e^ent Division forces, under
Lt Colonel Frank H. Stone, con-
ducted training classes for these
M3n"<-ement Improvement om-
cers In listed work simplification
methods which are used in in-
dustrial enelneerlng. by modern
private business and Industry.
Although the prime purpose of
training Management Improve-
ment Officers was to fit them
for. in turn, trainine their own
supervisory forces. Management
Improvement Officers reported
in 'excess of $25,000 in annual
s"- ines from class room aop'ica-
ti-n of the training which they
revived. ...
General Porter pointed out that
the work; simplification methods
which are taught in the training
are actually a conversion of the
same methods for staff planning
and operation execution of Armv
frtical problems which have
rr.pde our combat forces out-
standing. He expressed confi-
dence that the work slmnliflca-
tion system, when carried to all
technical and business type, op-
erations of USARCARIB. would
eventual'v result in maximum ef-
ficiency in USARCARIB forces
Vaniegrift On Duty
At Naval District
Two weeks of military dutv
have been scheduled between
Mar. 26 and Apr. 6 for Charles R.
Vandergrlft, Canal Zone Veter-
ans Administration Representa-
tive, who is a first lieutenant in
the U S. Marine Corps Reserve.
He will be stationed in the Pub-
lic Information Office for the.
15th Naval District.
During this period. Vandergrlft
said, the Diablo Heights VA of-
fice will remain open, but itiner-
ant contact service to Cristobal
on Mondays. Mar. 26 and Apr. 2,
will be suspended.
Lieutenant Vandergrlft was a
Combat Correspondent with the
4th Marine Division during World
War II.
and stressed the importance of
applying logical thinking in all
USARCARIB activities.
The training now being con-
ducted by the Management Im-
provement Officers for all super-
visors is expected to produce far
reaching results beginning In
April #vhen the first supervisor's
classes will have been graduat-
ed. Work simplification progress
from now on will b continuous
and cumulative in the savings
and improvements which It
brings to USARCARIB.
Enrollment At Army
School At New High;
511 Taking Courses
FT. GULICKA new high in
student enrolment at the U. S.
Army Caribbean School, Ft. Gu-
lick, has been reached with a to-
tal of 511 students attending the
various courses. This student
body is comprised of United
States students from the Pan-
am Area and the Antilles, from
the U.S. Army. U. S. Navy and
Air Force.
Latin American students from
the following countries are rep-
resented at the school: Bolivia.
Colombia, Costa Rica. Cuba.
Ecuador, Guatemala. Nlcarapua.
Panam. Per, and El Salvador.
Unification of the services is
not only effected in the United
States, but also in Latin America.
There are one officer and 34
enlisted men from the Colombian
Navy attending the school.
Approximated half of this
large enrollment wlirgraduate at
2:30 p.m.. Mar. 30, at the Ft. Gu-
lick Theater.
Everyone is invited to attend.
CY0 Boards Meets
Tuesday at La Boca
The Governing Board of the
Catholic Youth Organization will |
meet on Tuesday at the St. Trrr- |
ese's parish hPll. La Boca, C.Z., at
7:30 p.m.
Final plans will be made for the
annual Field Day which will trke
place at the La Boca Ball Park on
"atuiday, April 7, 1951, at 9:30
a.m.
The chairman of the Govern-
ing Board is asking that all nc
oarishes be represented at ih;s
meeting.
ATLANTA, Mar. 24, (UP)
Deaf-muU Allen T. Jones has
been found guilty of in voluntary
manslaughter In the "silent tri-
angle" slaying of the man whose
wife he had wooed in sign lan-
guage.
ine jury deliberated less '.han
an hour before returning the
verdict and Judge E. E. Andrews
imposed ft prison sentence of
ii-oin 10 to 20 years as recom-
mended by the Jury. The defen.e
said it would appeal the case to
a higher court.
Mrs. Knight told reportis
through an interpreter after .ne
trial that she still loved Jones but
was undecided whether she would
wait lor him until he is out of
prison.
When an interpreter spelled
out the decision in sign language,
it provoked a flurry of finger
waving among deaf mutes in the
courtroom but there was no au-
dl'.le demonstration.
- r'-rrnded 'ne
death penalty for Jones 30, after
. .j iv in which
. ..isiicm H. Knight, wife of
(he slain man. admitted she had
been intimate with the defend-
ant. The Knights also were deaf
mutes.
Defense attorneys sought to
prove that Mrs. Knight had sex-
ual relations with other members
of Atlanta's mute colony ind
that Jones strangled his o-
worker at a food plant in je'.f-
defense.
Assistant solicitor William Hull.
In his closing argument, hooltd
at the self-defense plea.
"The only means a paramour
has of defending himself is
flight." Hall asserted.
Defense Attorney Osgood Wl-
lams attacked the stale's claim
that Jones murdered Knight in
order to win Mrs. Knight.
"He didn't have to destroy
Knight to get his wife," the at-
torney declared. "He already hrd
her."
Much of the testimony in tne
grotesque hearing was pains^k-
ingly spelled out on the 'lfigers Of
deaf mutes and translated orally
New Books
by an interpreter. The courtroom
was crowded with mute specta-
tors who followed the proceed-
ings with their eyes.
Hall urged the jurors not to let
'sympathy or compassion" arous-
ed by the defendant's handicap
influence their verdict. He s.d
Jones' hands, made powerful Dy
years of sign language exercise,
were "his natural weapons."
Bobby Soxers Emote
Al Long-Hair Epic
Cyrano de Bergerac
HOLLYWOOD, Mar, 24 (UP)
Bobby-soxers are better than
ever, a movie producer reports.
Stanley Kramer showed his
long-hair epic. "Cyrano de Ber-
gerac," to a couple of hundred
New York adolescents. They were
so entranced they forgot their
popcorn.
"Although I hadn't eaten since
the third period in school." one
iuvenlle critic reported, "the bril-
liant acting, plot and humor of
the picture made me forget my
hunger and sit back and enjoy
myself." *
"At most pictures I am the
most fidgety person in the audi-
ence," another -ilrl said. "How-
ever, I was so completely trans-
fixed by 'Cyrano' I even forgot It
was time to eat."
The special showing of the
movie version of the stage clas-
sic, starring Jose Ferrer, was
run for the students before any
of them had seen professional
reviews of It.
One boy. named Ronnie, said
he knew he would have to try
very hard to be objective about ft
picture which had had so much
publicity. .
"I am trying to be objective,
he concluded, "when I say lt is
the finest picture I have ever
seen."
The girls In the audience sigh-
ed hopelessly over the great ro-
mantic lines Ferrer reads In the
love scenes.
"He very nearly overwhelmed
The U. S. Camera Annual for
1951 Is one of the new books plac-
ed in circulation during the past
week by The Panam Canal Lib-
rary. It contains more than 300
pages devoted to the Fine Picture
Section whUh Includes the cur-
rent work ofleadlng photograph-
ers of America, Europe, Asia,
Africa and Australia.
There are also several special
Feature Section which include
photographs of women, photo-
gaphtng the nude, photography
science, and other special sec-
tions on the Korean war, color
American and international pho-
tography. .
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Free Public Libraries: The Lib-
rary's Public, Berelson.
Crime and Criminals: The Pol-
itics of Murder. Bornstein.
Cook Books: The Outdoor Chef,
Handel.
Photography: U.S. Camera An-
nual, 1951, U. S. Camera Pub.
Corp. ._ ~
Travel,History,Biography: The
White Continent, Henry; Jour-
ney Into the Self, Stein; Ladder
to the Sky, Simpson; Under Two
Dictators, Buber.
Fiction: Murder IaUhe Pay-off,
Brown; The Telegraph, De Sten-
dhal; Miracle in Brittany, Jor-
dan; Jubel's Children. Kaufman;
Murder on the Left Bank. Paul;
Clearing in the Sky Si Other Sto-
ries. Stuart; The Pencil of God.
Thoby-Marcelin; Peter Graves,
Du Bois; The Green Sprig, Dyer;
Margaret, Lowrey; Partners; The
United Nations and Youth, Roos-
evelt; Holiday Round Up, Pan-
nell.
Replacements: Towards Zero,
Christie; The Secret of Dr. Kll-
dare, Brand; The Way of the
North. Hendryx; A High Wind in
Jamaica, Hughes; The Saddle
and the Plow. Taylor; The Mys-
tery of Swordfish Reef. Upfleld;
Language and Languages. Graff;
The Resurrection of Rome. Ches-
terton; The Life of Cesare Bor-
gia, Sabatlnl.
Panam (Republic)Periodic-
al ArticalYou Can't Drive to
South America (In Saturdav Eve-
ning Post, Mar. 24. 1951), White.
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before experienced," Gloria P.
said.
"As I left the theater. I felt
that all that remained of me was
a shelldrained of every emotion
and feeling," droled Marilyn C.
"Is he supposed to be ugly*
No man with such a poetic soul
and goodness radiating from
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SATURDAY, MARCH 14. ItSI
fiouston Buffaloes To Arrive Monday For Series
p ^____
MIAMI BEACH.The graying professor of biology who ad-
vanced to prominence and economic security as a baseball mait-
SB*. a remarkable example of the value of higher education, said
e thought he would start the season with a stronger team than
he had last year.
; For one thins we've got more depth," said Eddie Sawyer,
ho masterminded the Philadelphia Phils to their first pennant
fcince 1915, and as a reward rot messtry massacred by the Yankees
4n the World Series, a fate which few National League champions
escape, of course.
At this time last year nobody was picking the Phils. Even
Sawyer conceded they were a year away. "Maybe two." That they
eventually made it in the 10th inning of the final day was due to
several factor*, not the least important of which was luck. They
had a minimum of injuries. Thus a serious weakness, limited re-
serve power, was not exposed.
So thin was Sawyer's secondary Andy Semlnlck went through
the World Series behind the plate with a broken bone In his foot
and Dick Sisler, whose homer in the Brooklyn finale rrtade the
Eennant official, played with a sprained wrist and an atrophied
atting mark of .059.
This time around Sawyer plans to have a fourth for bridge
should the occasion arise. Generally speaking though, the per-
sonnel will be unchanged, except that Bill Nicholson may pre-
empt Sisler in the outfield and Del WUber, up from Rochester,
replace Slan Lopata in the catching department.
Making due allowance for the Injury, Sisler began to fade as
the season grew and the smart pitchers discovered what he didn't
like, and the suspicion is that over the long haul he can't do It.
Nicholson, though close to pension age. can still swing a trench-
knt stick.

THEN THERE'S KONSTANTY
Where the Phils upset the dope last season was In the box.
Cirt Simmons arrived ahead of time and his 17 Wins before the
Army tapped him nullified the figures which had the club rated
third. To offset the loss of Simmons, Sawyer is counting on two
liewcomers. John Brittln and Leo Crlstante, both rlghtles. and
Improvement on Ken Heintzelman and Ross Mayer who won 34
between them in '49. only 12 in '50. That's a spread of 22 games.
" 'They could permit us to view Simmons' military career with
equanimity,'' said Sawyer who is disposed to talk down to sports
Vrlters who interview him.
Then there wasand perhaps still IsJim Konstanty, the first
pi*eher ever to win the Most Valuable, the first to train under
the~ supervision of an undertaker lit takes great restraint not to
refer to a dead arm in this connection! and the first to appear
In 77 games in one season, World Series Included.
'T- The toughest decision a dugout genius has to make is to re-
cognize the precise moment when a pitcher will do his club more
good under a shower. With Konstanty arotrnd the problem became
MHtdemlc. Bending a finger to bedkon the six-foot right-hander
In from the bull pen became Sawyer's most exhausting labor. He
Won 16, lost 7, and saved at least 20.
i There has been talk Sawyer might use him as a starting
Ditcher this year.
othing to it," Sawyer told me. "There are many things
Honstanty can do but I doubt that he can relieve Konstanty."
If this sounds involved, remember Sawyer's a reformed college
prof and these fellows never completely get away from the class-
room atmosphere.
THEY AREN'T FAT-HEADED
i"=-in these days when few pitchers consistently go the route,
ajilable reliefer, such as Konstanty. gives a club a tremendous
edge. The pitching never becomes chaotic. The manager is able
tShalntain rotation. And when the guy's real good he strengthens
rather than weakens a club when he conies in, even If it's the ace
who has been knocked out.
Konstanty's more valuable than the Yankees Joe Page he-
cause he's more reliable. It's Page's history that he's hot one
son. cold the next. Konstanty's two seasons with the Phils re-
f&ct uniformity. "I see no reason why he shouldn't continue as In
ttoe past," Sawyer observed.
There wasn't a more spirited club In the majors last year
than the youthful Whiz Kids. They gave It the old Joe College
business all the way, a quality that paid off in the close ones.
Thev came from behind to win 48 times, and took 31 games by
one'run. A year older, derided as one-year wonders, they are sure
t'q be in condition.
'One thing, they won't get fat-headed just because they
i," Sawyer predicted. "They came too close to losing for that to
won.
Sapi)
IKnpen.
- And that they did. They were 7'2 games in front on Sept.
ltth and didn't clinch until twilight closing day on Slsler's 10th-
lnning homerthe same guy. incidentally, who's fighting for a job
this spring.
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Leading Hitter Of
Grapefruit League
NEW YORK, Mar. 24 (UP>A
United Press survey shows that
Rookie Mickey Mantle of the New
York Yankees is the leading hit-
ter in the Grapefruit League.
Mantle has an exhibition bat-
ting average of .571 in games
through last Tuesday. Behind
Mantle comes another Yankee
outfielderHank Bauerwith a
.538 average.
There's a tie for third place at
.533. among Rookie Bob Boyd of
the Chicago White Sox and First
Baseman Ted Kluszewski and
Catcher Bob Schefflng of the
Cincinnati Reds. Other .500 hit-
ters in spring games are Johnny
Berardlno of the St. Louis
Browns. Dave Phllley of the
White Sox, Mike Goliat of the
Philadelphia Phils. Bobby Ad-
ams of the Reds, and Red Scho-
endienst of the St. Louis Cardin-
als-
A dozen other maior leaguers
are hitting In the .400 class. That
group includes the National Lea-
gue batting championStan Mu-
slal of the Cardinalswith a .423
average.
In most cases, the spring fig-
ures don't mean a thing. Hope
springs eternal in the breast of
baseball men before the pennant
races start. For example, the
Pittsburgh Pirates lead the Na-
tional League teams in the won-
and-lost columns with an 8-and-
4 record. The Chicago White Sox
top the American Leaguers with
eight wins in nine games.
Charles Admits
He's Married
PITTSBURGH, Mar. 24 (UP)
The managers or Heavy-
weight Champion Ezzard
Charles say the champion has
been married since December
or 1949 and is the lather or a
five-week-old girl.
Charles has denied many
times that he is 'married. But
he broke down in a telephone
conversation with Co-Manager
Tom Tannas. Charles admits he
married his childhood sweet-
heartGladys Cartrellalmost
16 months ago in Cincinnati.
His wile gave birth to a girl
Feb. 13 or this year.
Army, Inter-Service Stars,
AlhrooH Flyers To Engage
Triple 'A' Team Next Week
The Houston Buffaloes of the Triple "A" Texas
League will arrive by Air Force C-54 -Monday at
Albrook Air Force Base to engage in a four-game
baseball series with the Army All-Stars, the Inter-
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The Buffs will tackle thoir first
opponent, the Army All Stars in
a night diamond contest at 7 p.m.
Monday at Balboa Stadium.
Tuesday afternoon they will face
the Albrook Flyers at 2 p.m. at
Albrook's Beam Stadium.
Wednesday afternoon's contest
between the Buffs and the Inter-
Service All Stars will be played
at West Bank's Symington Sta-
dium. The final game will be a
return engagement on Thursday
between the Buffs and the Al-
brook Flyers at Beam Stadium.
For Monday night's contest,
the Army All Stars, managed by
Lt. Col. Herbert Cooley and
coached by M-Sgt. Lloyd (Redi
Thomas and Sgt. 1-c Goldle Gol-
den will field their strongest
team to date.
The probable All Star pitcher
will be Rochlnskl of Corozal. one
of the top hurlers in the Canal
Zone and probably the toughest
Army pitcher the Buffs will face.
Relief hurling for the All Stars
Is centered around Hansen, a
southpaw from Fort Amador and
Cruz, a righthander from Fort
Kobbe.
The All Star catching staff In-
cludes Beaudoln of Corozal.
Worthington of Corozal and
Sands of the Atlantic Sector.
Bergeson of Corozal will hold
down the first sack position with
Alfaro of Kobbe at second base
and Madeline at short. Felix of
the Atlantic Sector and Watana-
be of Corozal will probably divide
the third base slot.
Speed and hitting power are
the All Stars long suit in the out-
field with Lisbon of Corozal,
Young of Amador, Bettl of Clay-
ton and Delvalle of Kobbe doing
the honors.
When the Houston Buffs meet
the Albrook Flyers on Tuesday
at Beam Stadium, they engage
the top service team on the Isth-
mus. The Flyers who have chalk-
ed up 37 wins against one loss
will enter the game with a 17-
game winning streak. Pambianco.
Cotton and Williams -are the
main cogs in Coach Red Bouch-
er's pitching machine. Only game
time wiH tell who will do the
mound work for the Flyers.
Wednesday afternoon the Buf-
faloes will face the tri-servlce
team composed of olavers from
the Army, Navy and Air Force at
Symington Stadium. West Bank.
Marine Captain Harold Stirling
will manage the Inter-Service
club with Army's Red Thomas of
Amador and Red Boucher of the
Flyers as coaches.
The lineup: catchingSands,
Atlantic Sector; Nemlc. West
Bank and Beaudoln, Corozal;
first baseChatham. Albrook:
second baseCyr. West Bank
and Alfaro, Kobbe: shorstop
Houseknecht, Albrook: third base
Madeline. Corozal and Felix.
Atlantic Sector. In the outfield
there's Bergeson of Amador. Wil-
liams. Albrook and Delvalle of
Kobbe, On the mound, Manager
Stirling has his choice between
Hansen of Amador, Opacic of
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West Bank. Cotton of Albrook.
Rochinski of Corozal. Cruz of
Kobbe and Bush of West Bank.
The Houston Buffaloes are
managed by Al Hollingsworth
who took over the team this year.
A pitcher in the American and
National leagues for ten years,
Hollingsworth began his manag-
erial career in 1948 with Allen-
town,-Pa., In the Class B Inter-
state League. Although Allen-
town had a better than .300 won
and lost record they wound up in
fifth place in 1948. The follow-
ing year they won the champion-
ship. Hollingsworth moved to
Omaha in the Class A. Western
League last year where his team
won the pennant by seven games.
During their stay on the Isth-
mus, the members of the Buffalo
team will Uve at Albrook Air
Force Base.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
Canadian Ace Ernie McCul-
lough has been named coach of
the 1952 United States Olympic
ski team. McCullough worked as
an instructor at Sun Valley, Ida-
ho, this year.
Former Pittsburgh Pirate out-
fielder Paul Waner Is in a hos-
Eltal with Influenza. Waner will
e In the Pittsburgh Hospital for
two or three days.
The Tampa University board
of trustees will meet next week
to decide the athletic future of
the school. The move follows the
resignation of Football Coach
Frankle Sinkwlchlast night.
Mr. Trouble Scores
First 1951 Victory
* HALLANDALE. Fla.. Mar. 24
(UP)One of the leading three-
year-olds of 1949Mr. Trouble-
has scored his first victory of
1951. Mr. Trouble romped to a
two and one-half length victory
Thursday in the Benevolent Or-
der of Elks Purse at Gulfstream.
Mr. Trouble had gone to the
post six previous times this year,
with nothing more than one
third-place. Thursday, he stay-
ed close to the pace for the first
half-mile, then made his bid on
the outside. Mr. Trouble caught
Passemson in the stretch and
won easily. Well Met ran third
in the field of seven.
Mr. Trouble Is a four-year-old
chestnut colt owned by C. V.
Whitney. Jockey Ken Church
rode the winner over the mile
and one-16th In the good time of
1:43.1/5. The track was fast. Mr.
Trouble was a slight favorite,
paying $6.80, $3.60, $2.60.
Jockey Charlie Burr broke his
left wrist in a spill during the
third race at Gulfstream. Burr
will be sidelined at least two
weeks. Two other Jockeys involv-
ed In the accidentPorter Rob-
erts and Bill Hawksworthwere
shaken up. They were released
after an examination by the track
doctor.
The Canadian Legion one-mile
event in Montreal on April 6 has.
attracted Don Gehrmann, John
Joe Barry and Fred Wilt. Barry
won the event last year.
Doris Hart of Miami. Florida
has reached the women's finals
of the Alexandria Lawn Tennis
Tournament in Egypt, Budge
Patty of Los Angeles and Gott-
NY Commission To Approve
Gavilan-Bratton Title Bout
ALBANY, N. Y., Mar. 24 (UP)
The United Press learned Thurs-
day that the New York 8tate
Athletic Commission has set up
friend Von Cramm of Germany
Sained the finals in the men's
oubles.
Georgetown University has
dropped intercollegiate football.
"We believe the time has come to
shift the emphasis to Intramural
and other athletic activities."
announces University President
Reverend Hunter Guthrie.
Former Los Angeles Don Foot-
ball Coach Jimmy Phelan says
he's definitely Interested if of-
fered the Job as coach at Texas
A. & M. The Job became avail-
able when Harry Stiteler resign-
ed last Tuesday.
its own elimination series to
crown a new welterweight cham-
pion.
. The commission will approve a
May 18 title bout In New York be-
tween Johnny Bratton and Kid
Gaviln. Bratton defeated Char-
lie Fusari last week for the Na-
tional Boxing Association version
of the welterweight title. The
New York Commission refuses to
recognize Bratton as 147-pound
klng-pln.
The New York Commission
agrees to the Bratton-Gavan
bout with the provision that the
winner meets Billy Graham with-
in 90 days after the bout. Brat-
ton and Gaviln will deposit a
forfeit of $5,000 to guarantee the
defense against Graham.
The welterweight title was de-
clared vacant when Champion
Ray Robinson took the middle-
weight crown from Jake LaMot-
ta.
Oxford-Cambridge
Boat Race Called
Off In Near Gale
LONDON. Mar. 24 (UP A
blustery near gale that churned
the River Thames into whltecaps
and virtually sank the Oxford
boat and waterlogged the Cam-
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of their annual boat race today
caused the umpire to declare the
97th renewal of the ancient clas-
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Umpire Reverend Gerald Elli-
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crews' presidents, it was decided
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SATURDAY. MARCH 24, 1951
TME PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAHT NEWSPAPER
European Reds Hope To Spread
Unrest Among Western Workers
Pacific Clubhouse
Set For Performance
Of Easier Musale
Plans are completed for the
musicale to be given by the Isth-
mian Negro Youth Welfare Com-
mittee, tomorrow at 4 p.m. In rne
auditorium of the Pacific Club-
house.
The committee In charge Is
headed by Alfred Blackman, well -
known community figure, who
for many years has devoted much
time to social and community
work, and who Is a former leader
of the noted Rockwell Glee Club
of the Atlantic Side. Performers
Include Eustace Brown. Val Red,
Vincent Douglas, Dolores Lea-
cock. Ruben Davis. Dorothy Da-
vis, the Blnnon-Elllngton duo.
Ashton Brooks. Agatha Young. A.
Wellington and Tomas Rosado.
Added attraction Is Via or
Reld'e harmonizing ten-piece ag-
gregation with sweet-voiced Ja-
net Crelghton as soloist.
Because of the big demand for
advance sales of tickets, the spon-
sors have urged the prospective
audience to be punctual.
Baptist Church
Will Show Him
On Korean War
"38th Parallel." a timely movie
feature will be shown this even-
ing at the First Baptist Church
In Balboa Heights.
Filmed recently In Korea, "38th
Parallel" Is the story of a South
Korean country-side flamed with
war. yet reaping the fruits of a
most unusual wave of spiritual
fervor. Despite the heart-breaks
of fate, the background of or-
phans, lepers, and fighting
trooos. God performed miracles
In Korea. %
The showing of the picture Is
sponsored by the Baptist Train-
ing Unions and is open to tiM
public. It Is to be held in toe
Church Auditorium, and will be-
rrn at 7:30 p.m.
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By STEVEN WILLIAMS
BERLIN. Mar. 24. (UP) The
Russians have set up a "General
Staff" of European Communisis
pledged to spread a "revolution-
ary mood" among the workers of
Western Europe, according to a
high A/iled source here today.
The group is organized to sa-
botage the Atlantic Pact Army
under General Dwlght D. Elsen-
hower and any attempt to rearm
Western Germany,- he said.
The "General Staff" is brief-
ing delegates In creating unrest
during a three-day meeting of
the Soviet backed European La-
bor Conference In the Soviet sec-
tor of Berlin, which began yes-
terday.
This-staff, or a specialized
committee, has already complei \l
plans for a new drive which will
probably be touched off In the
very near future with the bless-
ings of the Soviet Union.
The campaign will be a part of
the overall Communist pattern of
exploiting the dissatisfied a'-id
the uncertain worker The eu-
eral idea will be to create strikes
and unrest, and to put the peo-
ple Into a revolutionary mood.
Delegates to the Congress will
be sent home with definite In-
structions. Delegates from most
| European countries oast and west
of the Iron Curtain are expected
I to attend.
On the agenda will be denun-
I elation of the Western allies, the
United Nations, the Atlantic Pact
Armv and the proposed rearma-
meiK of Western Germany.
The Congress will also demand
the reunification of Germany on
Communist terms.
But the underlying theme will
be unrest and revolution," said
the Western source.
He said "a comfortable num-
ber" of workers In the non-Com-
munist countries of Europe have
been well Insulated against Com-
1 munlst exploitation.
He said: "Workers' conditions
in Western Europe are not tlie
; bestparticularly in West Ger-
manybut they (the workers)
are not too vulnerable to strike
talk.
"They know the Communists
are out to exploit them. The
Communists know they know it,
I and are going to use everything
in the book to try to get them . gry enough to get on the Com-
munist bandwagon."
Valentino's Tango
Due For Comeback
As Dance Craze
HOLLYWOOD (UP) It's a
"musical and mathematical cer- |
talnty." an orchestra leader con-
tends, that the next danse craze
will be the tango.
Victor Young, composer-con-
ductor, doesn't pretend to be the
Drew Pearson of Hollywood and
Vine. He thinks, however, that \
when it comes to crystal-ball
Hazing In the field of music he's
on firm ground.
"The country today is looking
backward to earlv styles in
clothes, music and decor," he ex-
plained. "Dixieland jaez is hot
again. Young people have just
gone through a revival of the
Charleston. It left them panting
but avid for more."
One of the greatest of
dances, which was very popu-
lar in the early Mis. was the
tango. Therefore. Young says,
that's next on the list for a
workout.
"I'm not Just dreaming this out
of thin air." he said. "It so hap-
pens that there's a picture called
'Valentino' due for release in a
few months. As a biography of
the great Rudy, it'll lay plenty of |
stress on his days as a dancer.
Valentino danced the tango
and that's what will tip the scale
on the thing."
Young added that he has noth- i
ing whatever to do with the mo-
vie "Valentino." directly or indi- '|
rertlv. He didn't do the score. He
didn't write any songs. He didn't i
conduct the music. He didn't
even lend the producer money.
"I'm just a itotcntial custom-
er," he said. "And I know what
the Impact of the Valentino-
type music will rio to the kids
of the country. Just wait and
see."
Young Is backing up his own
gueeswork by recording an album
of Valentino's greatest tangos,
the Great Lover's own dance
choices.
"If I'm wrong, we'll lose our
shirts." hre shruKged. "If I'm
riiht. though, a lot of people ore
! goine to be maklnu dates with
dancing Instructors."
HOLLYWOOD (NBA)
ROMANCE: Far be it from me
to accuse Patricia Neal of In-
venting a "Harvey," but the
tongue-waggers around town are
muttering that there Is no
Duane Maxwell. He's the wealthy
Southern Rhett Butlerlsh suitor
who's been linked with Pat in
print.
// Audie Murphy weds air-
line stewardess Pamela
Archer after April Itthe
date of his final divorce de-
creehe will have the bless-
ings of ex-wife Wanda Hen-,
drix. Straight-faced Wanda
on the set of "The High-
waymen":
"Pamela's a wonderful
girl and my pick for Audie.
She'll be good for him. If
this can be, Pamela's the
one.''

PREVIEWS: Someone tells
Dick Powell, in UI's. "You Never
Know":
"You don't look like a private
eye."
Replies Dick: "Do we ALL
have to look like Dick Powell?"
BUI Williams plays a Texas
cattleman in his new movie. All
the action in the picture takes
place in Washington, D C. The
title of the picture is "Havana
Rpse." End confusion.
Now it's a lady pirate braver
and boWer than Errol Flynn
and tougher than Humphrey
Bogart. As Anne In "Anne of
the Indies," Jean Peters will:
Beat Louis Jourdan into
unconsciousness with a bull
ivhip. Shoot nine men to
death and order 17 others
to walk the plank. Knock
out Louis Gomez's front
teeth with the butt end of a
pistol, lash Herbert Mar-
shall with a cutlass. Lead a
drunken pirate crew in
hand-to-hand combat with
defenders of three British
ships.
All to the tune of the
-Tennessee Waltz"T
CHANGEOVER
CAREER SWITCH: Tom Con-
way, brother of George San-
ders, Is playing his first comedy
role in "Painting the Clouds
With Sunshine" and shudders
at the mention of his long
s:reen career as a suave detec-
tive.
I saw teh handwriting on
the wall and o.ult the -Falcon
series," Conway explains. "RKO
offered me a nice piece of
change to continue, but I could
not see it. I didn't have to know
the line. I knew what they
were going to be by the situa-
tion. All we did was do the
same story over and over. The
title was all that was new."

MEMORIES: Joel McCrea tells
some halr-ralslng tales of his
20-year career as a flicker hero.
He remembers a handsome ex-
tra who worked In one of his
lilms. He suggested that the stu-
dio sign up the kid. The studio s
answer was:
"Pretty boys are a dime a
dozen." ^
The kid turned out to be Ty-
rone Power.
In 1932, there was an econo-
my wave at RKO. Among thos'-
fired were Joel, who was getting
$200 a week, and Irene Dunne,
who was making $20,000 a pic-
ture. Three months later RKO
had to re-hire Irene for $75,-
000 a picture and Joel went to
work at another lot for %1,000
a week.
Just before Joel started "Bird
of Paradise," opposite Dolores
Del Rio, John Gilbert came to
him and pleaded:
"Look, Joel, they ay im
washed up in talkies because of
my voice. But I don't believe It.
1 get $250.000 a picture. You're
getting $200 a week. If you can
can talk the studio Into letting
me do 'Bird of Paradise.' Instead
of you, I'll take the $200 a week
and give you $360,000."
Joel took Gilbert to the studio
boss and suggested him for the
George McGregor
Dies Suddenly
George McGregor, 64, retired
employe of the Panama Canal,
died suddenly yesterday at '.he
Santo Tomas Hospital at 10 a.m.
A native of Jamaica, he camel
to the Isthmus In 1921, and was I
employed at the Hotel Tlvoll un-
til his retirement In 1944.
He Is survived by two brothers,
prominent businessmen In Ja-
maica.
page nn
g
role. The brass hat dismissed
Gilbert with:
"It's no use, Gilbert. You
have got a voice that sounds
like a woman."
Three weeks later Gilbert
died of a broken heart.
HERE AND THERE
Short takes: Maureen O'Hara,
pleading exhaustion, has asked
RKO to find another co-star for
George Dolenz in "The Return
of Zorro." MOM's now woo-
ing Jeff Chandler to take over
the swashbuckling star role in
Ivanhoc."
Bop Hope's favorite radio
comedienne, Irene Ryan, toill
collect $3,000 a week for a Las
Vegas nltery appearance.. .
There's talk of Don Taylor as
Gary Cooper's buddy in "Dis-
tant Drums."..There's another
movie cooking for Marta Toren
and Humphrey Bogart, who
click as a team in "Sirocco."

FAME: J. C. Penney s new
Help Wanted ad reads:
"Where Movie 8couts Look
for New Facesl Debbie Reynolds
worked here!"
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Vera-ELLEN
RX Bra*. vera-ZLl
'LOVE HAPPY'
Sunday "OPERATION PACIFIC"
Maenolia Square Dance
Club Will Meet Tuesday
The Magnolia Square Dance
CIud will hold a practice meeting
Tuesday at the Pacific Clubhouse.
Visitors are welcomed to come
out and dance to the music, which
will be furnished by Profesior
Martin and his Boys.
15 Japanese Girls^Sail
For Argentina Weddings
YOKOHAMA. Mar. 24. (UPI
Fifteen Japanese girls have sail-
ed lor Argentina aboard 'he
Dutch liner Boissevain to De-
come the brides of Japanese
there.
On the same ship 68 other Jap-
anese sailed to make their horn?
la Argentina.
niARIO UTC William LUND1CAN Sunn HAYWARD
."*?. 'I'd Climb The Highest Mountain'
Sunday "WHITE TOWES"

COCOL I
:IS 8:1*
Kalhryn GRAYSON Mario LANZA
'The Toast of New Orleans'
i Technicolor t
Sunday "TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE"
PEDRO MIGUEL
Henry FONDA
WS "THE IMMPORTAL SERGEANT'
GAMBOA
15 o at
Paul DOUGLAS Jean PITERS
"LOVE THAT BRUTE"
Sunday "TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS"
JOHN WAYNE MAUREEN O'HARA
.... BEN JOHNSON
CLAUDE JARMAN, JR.
HARRY CAREY, JR.
CWLL WILLS
Orsete** by
JOHN FORD
'A REPUBLIC PICTURE
.w,inoJ. CARROL NAISH VICTOR McLAGLEN
G A 1 U N
imme m
BIG TOWN SCANDAL"
and "DISASTER-'
Sunday "LOVE HAPPY"
MARGARITA
:1S :
Maureen O'HARA a MacDONALD CAREY
"COMANCHE TERRITORY"
(Technicolor I
Sunday "I'd Climb The Hlfhaal Mountain"
CRISTOBAL
Atr-4 tindt"ndl
:15 A S:M
Batlv GRABLE a Dan DAILEV
"CALL ME MISTER"
(Technicolor)
Alio Showing Sunday and Monday I

*
ines with a past
for your pleasure today
IXTY-TWO rear
ago a group of men founded a Colony unique In
America . one that loon became famous for
It* excellent wines. They called it /(alian Su.ii
Colony. They chose a spot In the rolling foothills
of Sonoma Countythe heart of California's Iliie-
wlne countrywhere soil and climate were IdeaJ.
They planted Europe's choicest vine cuttings,
which thrived remarkably without irrigation, as
In great Old World wine districts. Then, with
kill and patience, these Colonists made wines
that won many gold medals and high awards at
world expositions.
To know the rest of this romantic story, simply
openand enjoy with your dinnera fine bottle
of table wine from the quaint Colony Tillage of
Astl. You'll And It fragrant and flavorfula win*
as outstanding as the extraordinary Colony that
makes it. Enjoy also the goodness of Italian Swiss
Colony's equally famous sweet dessert wines.
Italian Swiss I olouy
GOLD MEDAL LABEL WINES
e*i:
Try these fine Italian Swiss Colony Gold Medal Label Wines
Italian Swiu Colony
CALIFORNIA SHIIIT
(tallan SwIm Col
CAUr-OKMA MUSCAT*.
Italian Swltt Colony
CALIFORNIA POST
Hallan SwIh Colany
CAUFOHNIA ANOEUCA
Italian Swln Colony
CALIFOINIA TOKAY
Hallan Swln Colany
CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY
Italian Swln Colony
CALIFORNIA SAUTERN.
llolionS-ln Colony
CALIFORNIA OAUT
ON SALE AT
ANCON LIQUOR STORE
(Opposite Ancon Post Office)
AND LEADING LIQUOR STORES
BODEGA NACIONAL
(Tivoli Crossing)

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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1948 Koiwr 4 door at-
dan, roy, too" *''* "llni'
mtchanicol condition. Toy can't
90 wrong on rhii cor. Only $300.-
00 down and drivi it owoy. YOU*
FORD MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALERS COLPAN MOTORS,
Tol. 2-1033 2-1036.
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yorker, used one year, cost new
$3.600. radio, seot covers, best
otter over $2,000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
. Balboa. __________________!
FOR SALE:1947 Oldimobilo "6"
four door dan. dork blut, good
rirti, rodio. Only $330.00 down
ond drive owoy. YOUR FORD,
MERCURY. LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Tol. 2-1033
2-1036.
FOR SALE:1949, 4-door Chevrolet
DeLuxe. Brand new battery. Tires
almost new. Excellent condition.
Best offer over $1,250. 783-B San
Pablo, Bfalboaor coll 2-1874.
FOR SALE:1949 Hudion "6" toyr
a door Sodon. block, plaitk seat cov-
'" on. good tirci, oicollont condition.
A clean cor. Mutt bo seen to ap-
preciate. Only $485 down old
drive it away. YOUR FORD MER-
CURY LINDON DEALER COL-
1 FAN MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036.______________________________
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury 2-door,
radio, nylon upholstery, white side
wall tires, $1.700. cosh or finance.
"N Coll 87-5192 ofter 4:30 p.m.
;'JQ SALE:1949 Chevrolet Club
- Coup, black, good tiros, dollar
far dollar car, an excellent buy.
"Only $460.00. YOUR FORD, MER-
CURY, LINCOLN DEAUR. COP-
EAN MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036._______________________________
FOR SALE:Army Jeep $400. Plen-
ty of spore parts, Lyman Jackson.
0430 Frongipani St., Ancon, C. Z.
TOR SALE:1947 Studobakor Com-
mander Club Coupe, gmon, tire
"-fair, teat coven. Only $385.00
down. YOUR FORD. MERCURY.
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN
MOTORS. Tel. 2-1033 2-1036.
FOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
"'-vertible. Quarters 249-D. Coco So-
.' 'lo 302.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Custom Tu-
dor V-8. color dark grey. tour
brand new tires, plaitk teat coven,
outside rar view mirror, radio, po-
sitively A-1 condition. Pay only
5*30.00 down and drive it owoy.
-Your FORD, MERCURY. LINCOLN
DIALER COLPAN MOTORS
, .Tol. 2-1033.
FOR SALE1950 Olds "88," 4-door
'.* Sedan, hydromotic, rodio, under-
coated. 5623-D Hecker Place, Dia-
,,.blo. 4-6 p.m. Tel. 2-1889.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Scdanette
' "Sopar, color black, four brand now
tires, radio, outside roar view mir-
ror. This car is like now an oi-
collont buy! Only $460.00 down.
Your FORD. MERCURY, LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:1950 Pock-
ard, 4-door Sedan. W S W tires,
radio, new condition will accept
trade, smaller cor. Can be fin-
anced. Telephone 25-3520.
FOR SALE:1946 DeSoto four door
Sedan, green, good tiros, plastic
toot covan, radio, A-1 cor only
$375.00 down and drive it away.
YOUR FORD. MERCURY. LIN-
COLN. DEALER COLPAN MO-
TORS Tol. 2-1033 2-1036.
FOP SALE -TRAILER two wheel,
steel frame. House 763, Apt. D,
Las Cruces Ave. Balboa.
-FOR SALE:1949 Studebaker Chom-
* pton. 4-door Sedon, 13000 mi.,
'.excellent condition. S1.300 terms.
-D*. Spnngoll House 0207, Herrick
! Rd. Ancon. Phone 2-6393.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High glass oil paints
and anmala. MMdow-proot. $3.25
gallon. Trapidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Piano Winter Spinet, ol-
most new. Priced reasonable. Q St.
No. 5, Ap. 12.
Will sell or trode for what have you
a 7'/2 foot Frigidairo in excellent
condition. 783-B San Pablo, Bal-
boa or call 2-1874.
FOR SALE:Soundmirror Tape-rec-
order. Best made. Will operate on
25 or 60 cycle. 783-B San Pablo,
Balboa. Phone 2-1874.
Moudrys Orchid Garden. Orchids
available for oil occasions, bou-
quets, corsagas, anniversaries, wed-
dings, hospital. Phone Cristobal
1033, night or day. Palm, plants
available for decoration or land-
scaping.
FOR SALE:Wurlitier Spinet Piano,
excellent condition, $500. House
8185-B. Margarita. Tel. 3-2456.
Bamboo magazine rack, $15.00.
Porch screens, $10.00. Louvers
I duplex). $10.00. 6 piece wicker
set, $50.00. Electric clock, 25
cycle. $2.5Q. Motors, 25 cycle, new
1/4 h.p., $25.00, used 1/4 h.p.,
$20.00. 1/6 h.p., $10.00. Bench,
grinder, $8.50. Set sockets, $25.00.
1/2" electric drill AC-DC, $30.00.
10" band sow Delfo, 4 blodes,
$35.00. Desk. $10.00. Wood vise,
$2.50. Sewing machine, $50.00.
30, valances (duplex). $15.00.
One chifforobe. $20.00. House
5758-B Diablo. Tel. 2-2937.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motor
FOR SALE: 22 Ft. cabin launch
with 25 H. P. Universal motor,
metal hull, all equipped. 497 at
Gamboa Yacht Club, house 0268-
C. Tel. 6-197.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Moid to live in; English
spooking only; to core for infant;
do housework, laundry and some
cooking. House 476-A Second St.
Cocoli. 2-1066. References.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Leoving Isthmus Desire plocemrnts
excellent moid. Exceptional child
core, cooking sewing ond oil gen-
eral work. Neot, attractive oppeor-
once. Call 83-2247 (Armyl.
LESSONS
Beginners qr advanced students. Learn
popular piano playing. Rapid sys-
tem. Bennett's Studio. No. 9 Juon
B. Soso Street. Telephone 2-1282,
Pono mi.
If you lock poise, grace, confidence
and self assurance. contact us.
274 3105 or Balboo "Y" Harriett
& Dunn.
LUX
VENETIAN BLINDS
35 x 64 Inches
38 x 64 inches
40 x 64 inches
42 x 64 inches
34 x 72 inches
36 x 72 Inches
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Tel. 3-1713 #22 East 29th St.
MS*'
HUG S0UMNNS'
MIMES
iiarh.it
FOR,,SALE: Chevrolet 1949. four
door Sedon. low mileoge, duty paid.
Phone 3-1289, 3-"81 8 Cristobal.
DIIWm-$1iW&

JUST
OPENED
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COLPAN MOTORS USED CAR LOT
Mor Really GOOD, RECONDITIONED CARS
Pay Us A Visit!
$
On Automobile Row Tel. 2-1033
FOR SALE
Household
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 I -2 cu. ft., gas or electricity.
Brand new. Still in its crate. For-
/ .icia La Esperonro. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.
FOR SALE:RCA Radio with record
player, in cabinet, electric ironer,
electric fon, 4 clocks, oil 25 cycle.
Mohogony drawing desk, chest of
drawers, and other household items.
House 0556-A. Chogres St. An-
con, 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. Gatun 243-B. Phone
5-106.
FOR SALE:Bt;ndix, 25 cycle, 10
months old; fine electric percolator;
25 cycle clocks, fan, motors. 2-
2804.
FOR SALE: 2 single springs and
mattresses with horses, 2 clocks,
25 cycle. Shelvador refrigerator 8
months Remaining on unit guor-
rantee. Kitchen cabinet, 2 mirrors.
610-B, Cocoli 2-1069.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: Westing-
house 7 ft. refrigerator, 25 cycle,
18 months, guarantee remaining.
Best offer over $100. 25 cycle
washing machine moto $18.
Leaving Sunday, must sell. Phone
4-205 or see of Apt 12-A Sum-
mit across from C. Z. Experiment
Gorden.
FOR SALE:1950 9 ft. Frigidairo,
1948 Pontiac 2 door Sedon, rodio.
Call Balboo 2345. 7 to 4 p. m.
or 1443 after 5.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refrige-
rator; price $110 00. House 5520,
Apt. B, Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE:Servel Refrigerator 7 cu.
ft, excellent condition. House
524-B Cocoli. Phone 2-1023.
FOR SALE:5, pieces bamboo set. 3
recap tires 760x15. 2 small chest
of drawers, 5'Venetian blinds for
flots house. 5337-A Dovis St. Dia-
blo
FOR SALEUpholstered walnut arm-
choir ond Windsor choir, open
bookcase, floorlamp, percolator,
pictures dressing table with folding
mirrors, small bedside table, bed-
room rocking choir, stools, indirect
light fixtures, folding screen, elec-
tric clock timer, drop leaf table,
bed lamps, 30' galvanized pipe I",
brass candle sticks, icebox cobinet
suitable for storage cupboard, pot-
ted plants. 793-B Tavernillo St.,
Bolboo. Tel 2-1855
Position Offered
WANTED:Typist who can translate
English and Spanish. Very good
position. Interviews at timekeeper's
office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Hotel El Panai.i.
ni f synchroniser
C.Z. shipped
at factory price*.
Consult
CMARA STORE
LobbvEl Panam'Hotel
Phone 3-0199
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Santo Claro beoch.
cottoges, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
Villioms Santo Cloro beoch Cottages
Two Mdroomt, lactr.c refrigera-
tion Rockooj ranges PHon* Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Visit HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO in
' beautiful El Valle. Cool Mou- tcin
Air. Prices Moderate. Reservations
Tel. Pon. 2-1112.
Pbilligs. tfaoch cottoges. Sonta Cloro
Bo numao 435. Balboo Phone
Portme J.1877 * Cnstoboi 3-
161?
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Furnished house, three
bedrooms, dinmgroom and porlor,
very quiet neighborhood. 18th St.
No. 96-A, near Via Porras, San
Francisco.
FOR RENT
______Apartment
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
privte entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez 6 Zubieto. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMRA APAP.TMINTS for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Upstairs opartment,
sitting-room, diningroom, three
bedrooms,' patio, modern service,
Vio Porros No. 92. Tel. 3-2575.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom opart-
ment, very cool, furnished or un-
furnished, Bello Vista, new build-
ing. Coll 2-2443.
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordial wel-
come and a profitable hour will
be yours at the "Couple's Class"
of the First Boptist Church in Bal-
boa Heights, 9:30 eoch Sunday
morning,
United St.Hi District Court For The
District Of The Canal Zona
Balboa Division
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION
of
ErnnI Smith
minor of ovrr the at o 14 roars.
Civil No. S101.
CITATION
ACTION F<'R ADOPTION
TO: ISABEL SMITH MOYFR
You r haraby cited and requlrad to
appear bofnr th United Stata Diatrirt
Court for th District of th Canal Zona.
Division of Balboa. at the courtroom
thereof. In Ancon. Canal Zone, on Thura-I
day the ISth of April. 1951, at nine
o'clock in the forenoon ef that dar.
then and. there to ohow caate. if any
you have, why Sarah Tulloch ahould not
proceed with the hearing of her petition
for too adoption of the aaid Erneat
Smith.
Witnoaa the Honorable Joterh J. Han-
cock. Judge. United Statoa Dlatrlct Court
for the Diatrirt of the Canal Zone, thla
th day of March, 1*11.
C. T. McCocalck, Jr.,
Clork of Court
ISIAL) by LOIS E HARRISON
Deputy Cler
TO- ISABEL SMITH MOYER
The foreroing citation i arrved upon
you by publication pursuant to th ord-
er of th* Honorable Joaeph J. Hancock.
Judge. United Staue Dletrict Court for
the dlatrlct of th* Canal Zone, dated
March 8. 1951. and enured mad filed in
thla action In the office of the Clerk
of th United Stataa Dlatrlct Court for
the Dlatrlct of the Canal Zone for the
Diviilon of Balboa, on March I. 1951.
C. T. McCcraalck. Jr.
Clerk of Court
By
Lola E. Harria
Deputy Clark
Injured Serviceman
Gels $1,000 Check
From N.Y. Socialite
NEW YORK, Mar. 24 (UP).
Cpl. Angel Gomez, 22, of Albo-
nito, Puerto Rico, a patient at
Walter Reed hospital, Wash-
ington, D. c, who lost both legs
and his right arm in Korea,
was the startled recipient today
of a $1,000 check from Mrs.
Martha S. Reynolds, who makes
her home in a fashionable hotel
here.
Mrs. Reynolds, who read about
Oomez in the newspapers, made
out the check and sent it to the
New York Daily News with a
note: "Will you send the boy
this check? Thanks."
A Daily News photographer
flew to Washington to deliver
the note and the check.
Chocked with emotion all Go-
mez could say was: "Tell her
thanks a lot."
This makes a total of $4.600
Gomez has received from
philanthropic persons who have
read of his plight.
He lost his legs and his arm
when a mortar shell hit him
as he was sending a stream of
machlnegun bullets into Chinese
Communist troops on a North
Korean hill.
He was studying in Balti-
more to become an electrician
when he Joined the army three
years ago. He spent 22 months
with the United States occupa-
tion forces fn Japan then
camp Korea.
Barbadian Old Timer
Isaac Hill Will Be
Buried At Corozal
Isaac Hill, 77-year-old Barba-
can who v.or;:et. for the bu*., v
Department of the Panama
Canal until his retirement In
1&4 died Thursday night- a-,
Santo Tomas Hospital, having
entered for treatment the aiy
utfore.
Services will be conducted on
Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. at the
Corozal Cemetary Chapel, with
aterment in Corozal Cemeteiy-
Mr. Hill resided at No. 5 An-
cn Avenue, Panam City, and
was a member of Lloyd Vlci/)-
ria Lodge No. 45, Order of U>J
Good Samaritan. He came to
'.he isthmus in 1905, and h:.'
ieen a widower for some yViU'
He is survived by two dau;'.-
ttr, Lena and Ottey HilL
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GIVE' __At one of the U first aid classes now In session at the Red Cross Chapter House
in Ancon H. T. Lettenburn. Instructor, explains to members of a class the type of shoulder
bandace he has just applied to Mrs .Ann E. Davis. The members of the classes say they en-
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TRADITIONS
EASTER SERVICE
(Continued from Pace 1)
Pastor of the Cristobal union
Church.
The morning prayer will be of-
fered by the Rev. Henry L. Bell.
Pastor of the Margarita Union
Church, and the reading of the
Scripture will be by the Rev. J.
William L. Oraham, Pastor of
the Oatun Union Church.
The sermon will be by Cha-
plain Milton A. Cookson, Pastor
of the Church of Our Savior, New
Cristobal. The subjevt will be
"The Power of His Resurrection."
It was announced that bus ser-
vice is being provided as In past
years, and that doughnuts and
coffee will be served at the end
of the service.
In contrast to Its custom on
previous Easters, the Balboa
Union Church will hold only one
Easter service and this will be
at 9 ajri. to give the supply min-
ister. Rev. Alexander H. Shaw,
time to conduct services at his
Cocoli Union Church pastorate.
The Knights Templar will be
in attendance at the service and
there will be special orchestral
music and songs by the junior
choir. The sanctuary can easily
accommodate 800 persons. Onlv
two Sunday School classes will
n eet at the Balboa Church, the
beginners and nursery classes,
which will also be held at 9 a.m.
The sanctuary of the Cristobal
Union Church will be the setting
for a program of songs, scripture
and poems presented by the
Church School for the general
congregation at 9:30 a.m.
At 10:45 a.m., the pastor will
preach on the Easter theme
"Eteranl Life Now." The choir
will present "As It Began t6
Dawn" by Martin, with Mrs. Cla-
ra Jorstad and Mr. Jamie Car-
ruth as soloists. At 7:30 p.m. the
Junior Choir will render the fol-
lowing anthems: "In Joseph's
Lovely Garden" Traditional
Spanish and "This Glad Easter
Day" Traditional Norwegian.
The Christian Youth Fellowship
will present a contemporary
Easter play by Fred Eastman en-
titled "Eternal Life."
Most Union churches will con-
duct mld-mornlng services at
the regular hours.
Catholics have announced that
tomorrow's masses at St. Mary's
Mission in Balboa will be at 6.
8, 1.0 and 11 a.m., with a solemn
high mass at 12 noon.
Most Catholic churches on
the Pacific Side will follow the
usual hours for masses.
The Vincentlan Fathers have
nnnounced the followine hours
for Catholic masses on the At-
lantic Side: Miraculous Medal.
New Cristobal, low masses at 7
and 8 a.m., hieh mass at 10:30
a.m.: St. Joseph's Church, Coln,
hlph mass 5:45 u.m.. low mass
9 a.m.; St. Vincent's Church.
Sliver City, high mass at 5:45
i.m., low mass at 8 a.m.: Our
Lady of Good Counsel. Gamboa,
low mass at 7 a.m.. high mess,
8:30 a.m.: St. Thomas' Church.
Gatun. hieh mass at 6:45 a.m.:
Immaculate Conception Church.
Gatun. hlsh mass at 8 a.m.:
Church of the Holy Family, Mar-
garita, masses at 7:45 and 9:15
a.m.
Episcopalians who worship at
the Cathedral of St. Luke In An-
con will celebrate Easter with
two bishops in attendance at the
8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services.
There will also be a simple ser-
vice at 6:30 a.m.
The choir will present identi-
cal music at the 8:30 and 10:30
services, and the Rt. Rev. John
B. Bentley. D.D., of New York,
vice chairman of the national
council of the Episcopal Church
in the United 8tates. and chair-
man of its overseas department,
will deliver the sermon at both
The Rt. Rev. Reelnal Heber
Gooden. BlshOD of the Mission-
ary District of the Canal Zone,
will nartictDBte at both service*.
Bishop Bentley Is the second
ranking prelate of the EDiscopal
Church in the United States.
St. Luke's will also have a
childrens service for presenta-
tion of mite boxes and Easter
offerings at 4:30 p.m.
The day will close with even-
ing nraver at 7 p.m.. eondu',tM
bv the Very Rev. P-vmond T.
Terr! Dean of t*- "athP',>"><
Tn the pveii,r>'. W'^op Vniw
will be present at St. Chrlsto-
per's Church, in Rio Abajo, where
the Rev. Antonio Ochoa will con-
duct the service.
The Episcopal Church of Our
Saviour in Coln, and Christ
Cburch-By-the Sea in the same
community, have announced spe-
cial musical programs.
St. Peters Church in La Boca
will hold services at 5 and 7 a.m.
with a service for the church
school at 3 p.m.
Most Episcopal churches will
hold services at the usual hours.
Trinity Methodist Church in
Coln will hold a sunrise service
at 6 a.m., at which the only
communion of the day will be
administered Rev. Norman Da-
vidson will be guest preacher at
the 7:15 p.m.' service.
Two services are to be con-
ducted at the First Baptist
I Church In Balboa Heights. The
first, at 9:30 a.m., will feature
I the Junior Choir singing "Lift
1 up. Lift up Your Voices." Mrs.
1 Nellree Smith will offer a vo-
I cal solo "The Holy City." The
sermon will be delivered by Rev.
William Beby, Pastor of the
church. His subject will be
"Heaven's Declarations."
The second morning service
will begin at 10:45, and will be
broadcast from 11 a.m. on. The
Church Choir will sing "O Sa-
cred Head Now Wounded." and
the Message by Pastor William
Beeby is entitled "The Life That
Counts."
The Evening Service will in-
clude a special period of con-
Kre-atlonal singing and testi-
monies, as well as special music
bv Mrs. Ruth Pretlz. This ser-
vice will also be broadcast,
starting; at 7:45.
At Coco Solo a special Easter
Choir under the direction of
Ivan Thoroe, of Colon, will sing
I-oesch's Mass in F. in the
chapel at 9:30 a.m.
The Balooa Armed Services
YMCA has announced that a
special program of Easter music
at 6 p.m. by the music at 6
p.m. by the La Boca High and
Normal Alumnae Glee Club.
This splendid group of 40 voices
under the direction of Miss
Emily Butcher, will offer music
l by Oournod, Mozart and Han-
del.
The half-four concert will be
held in the auditorium of the
YMCA and will be followed by
refreshments and a social hour.
There will be no charge for ad-
mission and the public is lnv;>-
ed.
14 CONGRESSMEN
TO ARRIVE
(Continued'from Page 1)
Committee on Expenditures a
the Executiye Departments.
Miller, a Republican from
Lockport, New iork, was elecied
to Congress last Novemoer ani
also sai ves on the Commhtee en
Expenditures in the Executive
Departments. He Is accompanied
on his trip by Mrs. Miller.
Representative and Mrs. Cur-
lis. of Alinden, f.'ebraska. are ac-
companied by their daugh er
Claramae, 14 and son Tom, r.,
11 He is a Republican memoe- c f
tiic House and has served in
Congress since 1939. He is a
! member of the Ways and Means
Committee.
Representative Beckworth, De-
mocrat, of Upshur County, T?x-
! as, is accompanied by Mrs. Bevn
'. worth and their four young -.'i;l-
i Lindley, Jr., Carter. Mary,
1 and Linda. He has served in Cfn-
fjress since 1939 and is a mei.i-
j ber of the Interstate and For"gn
Commerce Committee.
Representative Cooper, Demo-
j crat. of Dyersburg. Tennessee, is
j a senior member of the House a-
!mong U" visitors. He was first
! elected to Congress in 1929 ;.rd
1 has served continuously since. Ha
is a member of the Ways end
Means Committee.
Congressman and Mrs. Mitchell
are from Seattle, Washington. He
is a Democratic member of the
House and serves on the Ri'ls
Committee. He has served in
Congress since 1948.
Representative and Mrs. Al-
bert, of McAlester. Oklahoma, aie
accompanied by their young
daughter. Mary. He is a Demo-
crat and has served in Congre.'i
sinre 1946. He Is a member of the
Agriculture and House Admlnl.
tratlon Committees.

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.Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor Mew
And
Comment
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Rekert Taylor's new ahem is ft *?"tZ,."M"?* Vf.".!
Trtobee. His ex-wle Barbara Stanwyck is getting her Ufh
from filman N. Kraana these nlfhtaures... Linda Darnells
check-frbb*r is Gregg Tallas, whoever Whodat? Choliy
(Cboo-Choo) Justice, the rid star, and Mary Davis are an
everynltem bore... The gendarmes' new theory la that Hedy
IX-awTmtaslnf cams weren't thefted-Jes1 misplaced.Talk
that OreU Garbo may be sealed to her long-time llame.
Swedish millionaire Max Grumpel. (Hmmm. Mrs. Orumpel.
Sounds unglammy)... Barristers for exiled King Peter (of
Ya^ariaf^Treadying a lit against a .hipping Une.
Sorted his lit-tul hand on a AIM... Peaches Browning (ex-
star of the long-ago Graphic's front pages) was taken for
a bundle on some silly property 4 *fPKe the* nrnv '
Intmate, insist Post publisher Dorothy gblff and FhUly In-
*airer prop. W. Annenberg are veddy seddlyte... Peter Don-
ald's simile: Fraud as F. Costello's manicurist.
The reason Prank Costello ''walked out" on the Kefauver
crime propers: "Lawyers the world over will appreciate hs coun-
sel? strategy .. Costello didn't "walk" because he la itailing for
the Senate group to go out of business; he prefers waltlnR^to be
hailed into a courtwhere his lawyer can raise legal objections
to mlaUadlng questions." etc.. and hope an appeals court will
sustain themand throw the caaa out.
Bob Hope has dropped his 2 million $ lawsuit against Ufe
hot not against the aathor of the articleradio critic J.
Crosby. (Robert!)... Mrs. Alice Hunt (of the It's-Only-Mon-
y Set) has a secret pashSir Osbert SitweU... D. J. Mah-
oney (17-year-old veep of Ruthrauff & Ryan) proposed to
Barbara Moore at El Borracho. The spot's prop will be an
usher at the merger after Easter... AUn Jackson (mag. ed.
of Paramount Pictures) and Columbia Picture ed. (Phyllis
Blum) blended daring the wk... Milton Berle Just signed an
exctuslfe thirty-year contract with NBC. It will run ant
1911 Karl Conrad's book, "The Public School Scandal," will
be John Day'd Apr. 5 When the col'm broke the story a year
agetop school man Wm. Jansen complained to New York
Mirror execs.
The Flrat Lady of the American Communist Party (88-year-
old Ella Roeve Bloor) Is aillntc seriously in a Quakertown, Pa.,
hosp. Whan Red chiefs learned about it they raced to her bed-
side to keep her from gabbing... If the High Court sends the
eleven convicted Communists to the clink, their California chief,
Wm. Schnelderman. may inherit the top spot here... Acting
pres of Amtorg (Vasslll P. Rebrov) was recalled to Moscow for a
new assignment. His pals fear a purgefrom the way he yafc-
kltty-yak'd... A renowned Hollywood star will be named as a
member of the Party In the House Un-American Activities probe
out there. He has sworn he never had any Commy connections.
New Yorker mag chief H. Ross stormed Into D. Smart's
offioe at Esquire demanding to know why Smart was plotting
"a promotion satirical piece" on his weekly. The Esky execs
thawt it was a well-planned secret... Success story of the
year: The $5v-a-week stenog (for a cosmetic queen) Just
made treasurer of the firm at $90,0*0 per annum plus bon-
uses! ... F. A. Feckham, who supplied the steam shovels and
eranes (to build the Panama Canal), is ailing in Detroit. He s
8... Marsha Hunt and groom R. Presnell, Jr., are exper-
imenting apart... Hal Boyle (of the AP) is among'the nom-
inations for the Pulitser Prizefor his Korea dispatches...
A Washington order will reduce the butter fat in your ice
cream.
Have you submitted your Safety Slogan (along with a $1
donation) to fight cancer?.. The prize Is a specially-made Bulck
i valued at $15.000). which will be delivered to the winner a week
before Christmas... The beautiful car will soon be displayed
in 4 loading cities... The contest closes midnight Dec. 10. 1951...
send yourGo-81owgan to Walter Winchell (with $1), Box 12, New
York City. Thank you... Here's a sample: "Take LongerLive
Longsr!"... We will broadcast (on the first Sunday night of
each month) the previous month's "bests"... This way we will
have 27 slogan eligible for final Judging by Dec. 10... These
monthly "best" will bring their creator 3 prizesa 17-Jewel Bul-
ova Academy Award Watch, a cell chapman gown and a Richard
Hudnut beauty kit.
When Houston's Hotel Shamrock prop Gleen McCoddy
(visiting Copa City) learned four chorines would be unem-
toyed next dayhe wing'd them to Texas for Jobs there...
en Grauer'i "speaking Your Way to Success" will be a semi-
biog. Prentice Hall has It... Chas. E. Merrill of the Wall
Street firm (Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane) is re-
S>rted unwinding from the former Kinta Desmare, a New
rleans lovely. They say he has his 4th wife selecteda Mrs.
Coe of Southampton, L. I. RCA-Victor's "The Quick and
the Dead" is due next month. Bob Hope starring, plus Wm.
Laurence (the Hell-Bomb authority), FDR. Truman, Baruch,
Lillental. Paul Lukas and Helen Hayes... Rosemarv William-
son's Jailed boy friend allegedly took a college prof, too. Who
couldn't aquawk because he was fooling around with a grey
market racket.
THII IS YOU OHUM THI HIADMS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
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Please try to keep the letters limited te ene eat* length
Identity el latter writer Is held la strictest confidence.
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KEEP OUR COACH
Mall Box:
I would like for the people of
Gamboa to know that the school
officials have a desire to take our
coach from Gamboa to Balboa
High School. Let's not wait until
It's too late to do anything about
it. now is the time for our Civic
Council. P.TA., Women's Club
and church organizations to do
something about It.
Remember that we now have
our first all-around outstanding
coach here and if he is lured to
Balboa, our children are going to
suffer and so is the community
in the long run. If something Isn't
done soon by. the Gambca people,
we could wind up with the kind
of programs we have had before
he came to Gamboa.
Besides the outstanding teams
he has produced and the well all-
around program, he has taught
our children discipline, respect
for authority, how to get alone
with one another. ctffT and every
boy and girl under his direction
Idolizes him. The police depart-
ment, quartermaster, clubhouse
manager and other officials In
our community wl'l vouch thpt
the behavior of our children Is
better than it has ever been be-
cause of the well balanced pro-
gram that we have here.
The reason for our coach
thinking about leaving is because
he will be upgraded In the posi-
tion at Balboa but why can't he
be upgraded in his position at
Gamboa. The only reason for him
remaining here this long was be-
cause his salary was the same as
any of the Instructors at Balboa
High School. Cristobal High
School or Junior College, but you
can't blame him for leaving now
that some wise officials think
that Balboa should get the cream
of Instructors and Gamboa Just
any old fossil by upgrading his
position there and not here.
To the coach, I would like to
say that I don't blame you for
leaving for more money. How-
ever I do know that you and your
family have been very happy In
our community and I hope you
won't mind this letter, but I am
sick and tired of some so-called
"BUr Shots in Balboa" playing
politics especially when it in-
volves our children. Wake ud
Gamboa, now is the time to start
i acting.
1 A Parent.
By Victor Rietel
NORWALK, Conn.The start-
led three-star general was late
for his train .And if that general
was late, the world was late, for
the train had a rendezvous with
destiny. The military man In a
hurry was Lt. Gen. Leslie,v R.
Groves. He had a date with an
atom bomb plant which was yet
to be built.
That was late afternoon of a
day In mid-September. 1942. Just
before Groves raced from the side
of Secretary of War Stlmson, he
had been with eight or nine oth-
er men In a guarded Pentagon
office. For the first time, in three
simple sentences, he was told of
The Thing.
And the other day. sitting in
the modern New England Lab-
oratory of Advanced Research of
the Remington Rand Co., the
general reminisced and disclosed
hitherto unreported details of
that moment when the atomic
warfare era was born.
Because of the furious fight-
ing over manpower control In
Washington, I had dropped in
on the husky general who had
employed 625,000 in the might-
iest secret project in world mil-
itary historyand successfully,
without a labor revolt.
And the genial general, limp-
ing back and forth across the
room because of a Joe DlMagglo-
llke spur on his heel, began where
it all beganwith the atom.
"They thought lt was possible
to develop a bomb so powerful
that It would end the war," he
said. "That's all they told me. in
three simple sentences, about the
coming nuclear explosions. The
Army had been moving secretly
on lt for two months. There was
Just an idea, but no designs. I
was deputy construction chief of
the Army, and they wanted me
to build the atom plants."
Then, before we got to talking
wartime manpower control, Gen-
eral Groves, now retired and vee-
pee of Remington Rand, said we
still had "a five to 10-year sup-
eriority*' in bomb supply over the
Russians. He didn't believe the
Soviets had yet been able to swing
Into active production, despite
seven-year-old data from the
Red spy ring on trial In New
York.
"I believe that we still have a
superiority in atomic weapons on
four levelsoperating, rate of
production, power of the bombs
and ability to deliver," said the
general who recently returned
from a series of European par-
leys.
I asked the general what his
biggest manpower problem was,
and how he handled It. The reply
was that after he had selected the
Oak Ridge site because lt was
near tremendous electrical power
sources, was overnight from New
York and Washington, and was
fairly safe from enemy bombing,
his problem was to get labor to
leave its homes voluntarily and
live in a makeshift cltv.
"But I never at any time gave
any thought to accepting sug-
gestions for drafting ciilian la-
bor. We did have to bring ores-
sure on scientists, but If we
couldn't get union labor to
come down we got soldiers and
sailors out of uniform." he said
flatly, touching on the sorest
spot In Washington's current
war within a war.
"I remember, in one room In
the electro-magnetic plant, there
was a Navy Lieutenant (Jg).
working under an Army Tech 5
(Corporal) and both were direct-
ed by a civilian. They worked to-
gether beautifully, despite the
resentment over the difference In
pay. Once, when construction of
the Oak Ridge Installations lae-
ged. we called together the 2,000
civilian foremen, and I told them
the project was Important to the
life of this nation and not a
'boondoggle.' We sure got speed.
"These were good working peo-
ple and they responded. When we
had to keep raising pay rates to
match the competition of Chica-
go plants and attract workers,
many at the atom site oiled up
surpluses and laid off. We went
to their wives and explained. And
back to work came the men.
"At the Hanford plutonlum
works, we once distributed auto-
graphed pictures of me as head of
Manhattan Project with a per-
sonal message to all foremen.
When they checked and found
each message was different and
we weren't thinking of them as
mere numbers we got tremendous
production.
"When the national union
chiefs wanted to come -in and we
feared cracking security regula-
tions, we went up to the White
House, talked lt over, and the
union men coonerated with us by
staving away. We. In turn, never
took advantage of the lack of un-
ionization.
"One thing must be remem-
bered. We are a free people and
our working men must have
freedom of choice. I built the
bomb with completely volunta-
ry labor. If an essential man
wanted to cult there was no
way to keep him except by per-
suasion.
"There Is nothing in the Im-
mediate future to wipe out this
need for freedom of choice and
the use only of persuasion. The
American worklngman will re-
spect that. I discovered In rolling
out that first, atomic weapon."
And then the general saw me
off on the road to Boston. There,
an Industrialist by name of Ber-
nard Goldflne, now planning a
huge underground garage be-
neath historic Boston Common,
has been asked bv the govern-
ment to construct it so lt also"be-
comes America's first A-bomb
shelter in which 90.000 people
could live be'ow ground.
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Program For Congress
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NBA) President Truman
probably came bouncing back from his Key West
vacation, brimful of health and new ideas of
things he would like to have Congress do. As
matters stand today, his program betore Con-
gress is shorter than it has been at any time
In his six years In the White House. The pro-
posed cost is far greater, due to the defense
effort, but the number of proposals is fewer.
A year ago, there were almost 150 legislative
proposals on the President's "must" list. Today
there are fewer than 50. The difference Is not
entirely accounted for by measures passed In
the last session of the 81st Congress. A num-
ber of projects have been set aside temporarily,
or reduced in urgency, because of the defense
effort.
Lines of communication have been left open,
however, for the President to hand Congress a
lot more special requests. Most Important of
these will be the President's proposals for revi-
sion of the National Defense Production Act of
1950. Changes to give price and wage controls
more teeth are almost certain to start a long
and bitter controversy In Congress, as special
Interests like the cotton bloc, the real estate
and building industries, landlords and other
groups try to gain exemptions for their busi-
nesses.
Also, the President has had six advisory
boards and commissions at work on special
problems. The reports of each group will un-
doubtedly lead to new requests to Congress.
Two of these commissions have already re-
ported. First is the Water Resources Policy
Group under Morris L .Cooke. Its three-volume
report could lead to a tremendous program for
river valley developments. Second is the Inter-
national Development Advisory Board under
Nelson Rockefeller. It has recommended a $2
billion program for Point Four Aid to underde-
veloped countries.
As for the President's program already before
Congress, lt may be broken down into a dozen
major headings. These are the principal items
that have been mentioned briefly or spelled out
in detail in Presidential messages to the 82nd
Congress since January. It makes a convenient
check list on what's in the Washington mill.
1MILITARY AFFAIRSNew Selective Ser-
vice act with TJMT. (Passed Senate, now before
House) Naval construction act. (Passed) Au-
thorize free $10.000 life insurance policy for all
in the armed services.
2FOREIGN RELATIONSMilitary and eco-
nomic aid to build up free world. (Program
still to come) Increase Export-Import Bank
lending authority by $1 billion. Extend Reci-
procal Trade Act. Emergency famine relief to
India.
3BUSINESSRevise Defense Production Act.
Extend rent controls. Extend export controls.
Restore waiver of copper Import tax. Slmpllcy
U. 8. customs laws.
4 LABORNew manpower law to provide for
training of defense workers. Revision of Taft-
Hartley Act.
5COMMUNICATIONSIncrease postal rates.
Separate airline subsidies from mall pay.
6NATURAL RESOURCESAutho r 1 z e St.
Lawrence Seaway. Build Hell's Canyon power
project.
7AGRICULTUREImprove farm laws to get
greater production for defense. (This means the
Brannan plan.i Regulate commodity exchanges.
Authorize payment of transportation cost on
distribution of surplus commodities for public
welfare.
8HOUSINGProvide aid for housing at de-
fense plant sites.
9EDUCATIONProvide for grants in aid to
the states.
10SOCIAL SECURITYAid for medical edu-
cation to increase supply of doctors. Aid for lo-
cal public health centers. Increase public as-
sistance benefits. Increase unemployment In-
surance. Establish system of disability insur-
ance. Provide for medical care insurance. (This
Is the so-called "socialized medicine" plan.)
11GENERAL GOVERNMENTIncrease taxes.
Authorize government reorganization by Presi-
dent for national defense. (Passed Senate, kill-
ed in House) Disperse government offices around
Washington. Redlstrlct the states for next Con-
gressional election. Reorganize RFC.
12CIVIL RIGHTSStatehood for Alaska and
Hawaii. Home rule for District of Columbia.
Establish a permanent FEPC. Pass a Federal
antl-lynch law. and an anti-poll tax law.
Drew Pearson says: German big business.cuts own cojjn-*
try's throat by aiding Communists; Strategic materials
shipped to Soviet satellites help arm Red Army; Ger-
mans mystified by Patterson's switch on handling
cartels.
\
FRANKFURT.At the same time that the West Germans
want more American troops to protect them against the threat
of the Red Army, a steady stream of strategic materials Is rolling
out of Germany to help arm that Red Army.
This secret aid to Russia does not represent the real senti-
ment of the West German people or their new Bonn government.
But it does represent the sell-both-sides-down-the-rlver attitude
of the big Industrialists. These are the same industrialists who
cozied up to Hitler and made his rearmament possible, also the
same industrialists who now want to sabotage the Schuman Plan
for cooperative operation of the Ruhr iron and steel industry
the most peace-insuring proposal ever made for Europe.
Here are a few examples of how German big business is cut-
ting its country's own throat by aiding the Communists:
Up to May 10, 1950, all exports of German machinery were
controlled by the Allied High Commission. On that date, how-
ever, ttie orders were relaxed and the Bonn government was giv-
en export control. Significantly, during the first 21 days after
May 10, more ball bearings and more rubber compounds were
sent to the Russian satellites than had been smuggled out In the
previous five months. Also huge quantities of carbon black, pre-
cious nickel, lead, crude Iron and pig iron were exportedmuch
of it going to Communist Hungary.
These shipments continued in June, totaling twice as much aa
In Mayeven though May had set a record and even though
the German Government had previously agreed to ban these
shipments.
Finally, High Commissioner McCloy caught one barefaced
shipment of American army trucks to Communist Hungary. Nino
thousand surplus trucks had been acquired by Truck and Spare
Motor Vehicles Ltd. for $314 each. This was a legitimate sate by
Steg, the agency which sells American army surplus. But Trues
ana Spare Motor Vehicles Ltd. turned around and sold 358 trucks
to Hungary, making the sale with an official O.K. from the Ger-
man government, despite the fact that this was against the regul-
ations surrounding the sale of U.8. property.
Fortunately, aiert American troops on the Oerman border got
suspicious ana stopped the truck shipment. It never reached
Hungary,
"INSURANCE" WITH REDS
Meanwhile, Tell Berna of the National Machine Tool Build-
ers Association In Cleveland reports that machine-tool plants In
Western Germany, financed by the Marshall Plan, are shipping
vital macnlne tools both to Russia and its satellites. "Tanas-in
North Korea," he said, "may have been made on machine tools
produced by ECA money." -
in Munich also, the American-published newspaper Neue Zei-
tung quoted the U.8. Hugh Commissioner for riavaria, George
Muster, on leave as President of Hunter College in New Yotk,
that the Ruhr Industrialists were taking out insurance with the
Communist Party and that the coffers of the Communist Party
v/ere nied wlm their money.
U.S. officials have now informed the German governmentHhat
they are distressed by leaks of strategic material to Russia and
have called on Chancellor Adenauer to have them stopped."
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
THE RELUCTANT DRAGON
t "SOFT AND SENTIMENTAL"
In the winter of 1945, as the Russian and American armies
were advancing toward Berlin, 1 happened to be talklne to Robert
Patterson, the undersecretary of War, when he remarked: "JJiope
tne Red Army gets there first and executes about 20,000 of .Ger-
many's top leaaers. If we get there first we'll wait, get soft and,
sentimental, and then let tnem go scot free."
The other day the same Bob Patterson came to Germany to
carry out his own prediction. He had got soft and sentimental to-
wara the German cartel owners who had armed Hitler ana .who
are now shipping goods covertly to Russia. However, Patterson*
sentimentality for German industrialists was also Influenced by
a lee. He was being pala by them to come to uermany to influ-
ence his former suDordinate in the War Department, John J:>Mc-
Cloy, now High Commissioner to Germany,,and to undercut the
btnuman Plan.
To say that Patterson's arrival here caused consternation la
putting h mnaiy. Germans who don't understand American ieoo>-
ing methods whereby a high U.S. official retires from office,-then
turns around and lobbies against Government policies he stood
for, were flabbergasted. Patterson, when In the war Department
had been strong for wiping out Oerman cartels; in fact, the de-
cartelizatlon program was officially worked out under nlm. Yet
now he appeared in Germany representing the cartel owners ho
once wanted to liquidate.
No wonder the German people are still scratching their heads l
However, McCloy, in a quiet talk with his old War Depart-
ment superior, tried to straighten him out on the facts of indus-
trial life In the German Ruhr. What the Ruhr steelmen wanted
was 100 per cent ownership of the captive coal mines, leaving al-
most no coal for the rest of Europe. It has been distribution of
Ruhr Iron and coal which has caused three major wars between
France and Germany and which, for the first time in history,
may now be settled under the Schuman Plan whereby the West
European countries cooperate in controlling the Ruhr. Patterson a
lobbying mission, If successful, would have sown the seeds of war
a" 0iVnrthfaend Patterson, who at heart is an Idealist, seemed
a little sorry he had made the trip. McCloy didn't budge and la
standing firm against any further concessions to the big Iron-
masters of the Ruhr.
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.) J
WASHINGTON. Senator Paul Douglas of
Illinois Is now one of he half dozen key poli-
tical figures in this country. As the recent
United Press poll of Democratic leaders show-
ed, Douglas is now far and away the first choice
of the professional Democrats for the Presi-
dential nomination, if President Truman does
not choose to run. It is interesting, and it may
Le significant, that Douglas himself appears to
regard this situation with genuine dismay.
The importance of Douglas as a political fig-
ure depends directly, of course, on Truman s
real Intentions. No one. probably not even Tru-
man, really knows whether he will hand on the
poisoned Presidential chalice. But those who
know Truman believe that there is a better
than even chance that in the end he will decide
not to run. .
The reasons they give sound logical enougn
his age, family pressures, the third term amena-
ment. the fact that Truman suffers from no
delusions of personal lndlspensablHty. above all
the fact that Truman now heartily dislikes tne
office which he was so visibly enjoying only a
year ago. Truman Intimates also agree that tne
President's own choice for a successor is likely
to be Chief Justice Fred Vlnson.
Vlnson is popular with his party, but it is a
difficult step from Chief Justice to Presidential
candidate. Moreover, although Truman can cer-
tainly have the nomination for himself. It is by
no means certain that he can dictate the no-
mination of another. Above all. the profession-
als are apparently convinced that Douglas Is tne
best Democratic bet to win and winning is
what matter to the professionals.
Douglas does not look like a man who would
endear himself to professional politicians. He
has a long sallow face, an abstracted manner,
ar.d an odd habit of keeping a cigarette dan-
gling from one side of his mouth. His clothes
look as though they had been slept In. which
they often have Douglas tires easily from
war wounds, and often naps in the daytime.
Altogether. Douglas gives more the impression
of an intelligent, perhaps mildly eccentric eco-
nomics Drofessbr which he is rather than
a startlnKlT successful politician. which he
alco I?.
For it la startling that after a short two years
r.s a freshman Senator Douglas should be a
oerfectlv serious Presidential noaalbl'ltv. Partlv
Ms suc-s derives from Main lntell'-ence and
drive. He has established himself as a major
foreign policy spokesman, for example, without
a seat on the foreign Relations Committee.
Another Important political asset is that he is
so obviously untainted by the cronyism and in-
fluence-peddling which is eating into the Ad-
ministration and the Democratic party. But his
success also partly derives from his ability to
be all things to all men. .
He Is a member in good standing of the New
Deal wing of the'party, which has lost ground,
but which still exercises a veto power over Pre-
sidential nominations. Yet the conservatives
like him for his stand on spending, and the
Southerners do not dislike him because he has
never taken an extreme position on civil rights.
Cynics Interpret this as agile political acro-
batics, performed throughout with one eye on
the White House. Yet Douglas reacts to sug-
gestions that he might be nominated with what
appears to be perfectly genuine distaste. He
has repeatedly told friends that he is simply
not qualified for the Presidency. He has even
talked about deflating any serious Douglas boom
with a statement patterned on General Sher-
man's famous refusal to run.
The cynical might consider even this sort of
thing as standard operating procedure loi am-
bitious candidates. But what is certainly un-
usual is Douglas's unqualified enthusi- < 'or
t.,e nomination of a potential rival. For Douglas
Is about the most outspoken of those uen-i.^j
who are beginning rather wistfully to talk about
nominating Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower in case
Truman withdraws. Douglas has even remark-
ed that it might be a good idea to nominate
Eisenhower on both tickets, as a demonstration
of unity in the face of danger.
That a man as Intelligent as Douglas, him-
self a potential candidate, could seriously en-
tertain such a notion suggests the extent to
which Elsenhower, through no fault of his own,
Is in danger of being transferred Into a sort
of father image, with a magic ability to exercise
all the national woes. It also suggests that for
the time being at least. Douglas is a sincerely
reluctant dragon. Yet time, the pressure of
events, and the glittering prize of great office
have a way of modifying this sort of reluctance.
If the chances are really better than even that
Truman will not run. those interested in the
Prseldentlal sweepstakes will do well to keen an
eye on the gangling economics professor from
Illinois.
(Copyright, 1M1, New York Herald T.lbnne Inc.)
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MR KND MRS. SARTAIN ENTERTAINING TONIGHT
POR MISS SARTAIN AND HER FIANCE
Mr. and Mrs. Luther R. Sartain are giving a cocktail
oartv this evrainn in the Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoll in
honor of Mis, Sue Sartain and her fiance William Hubbard
CUrk of Nashville. Tennessee, who are to be married Wed-
nesday evening. Members of the bridal party and other
friends, numbering about 0, have been Invited. ....
Mr Clark and his best man. William Ecell. also of Nash-
ville arrived Thursday night and are the house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sartain at Balboa Heights.
Leave for Boquete
Mrs. Francisco Arias, P., nor
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Enrique Miro QuesaUa
of Lima. Peru, and their .wo
young daughters, left yesterday
to soend Easter at. the Panamon-
te Hotel in Boquete.
Dine Informally
at Cocoli
The Rt. Rev. John B. Bentley,
the Right Rev. R. Heber Gooden,
and Archdeacon Townsend dined
Informally with Archdeacon and
Mrs. Montgomery at St. Andrews-
rectory Friday evening before the
Good Friday service at St. An-
drew's Church. Cocoli.
Make Trip to the Interior
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson of
Tacoma. Washl n g 10 n, hoiue
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.
Morgan, motored to Penonome
yesterday for the Good Friday
procession. En route to Penono-
me they were the luncheon guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Moore
at their country home on Cerro
Campana. Miss Mabel Shaffer of
Curundu accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson on the trip to the
Interior and they were the over-
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. O*.-
to J. Lindo at their home near
Penonome.
Mrs. Makibbin Sails
for San Francisco
Mrs. Thomas C. Makibbin o
Diablo Heights sailed today on
the SS Corona to spend a vaca-
tion in San Francisco, Califor-
nia,
Mrs. Robinson's Luncheon
Honors Visitors
Mrs. William F. Robinson ijavc
a luncheon today at the Hotel
Tlvoli In honor of her mother.
Mr. Katherlne Lindhardt and
the Misses Bette and Katherire
Powell, of Denver, Colorado. Mrs.
Lindhardt and the Misses Powell
arrived yesterday for a week's vi-
sit with Mr. and Mrs. Robinson at
Diablo Heights.
Visitors Leave
for Vermont
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harley of
Banning ion. Vermont, sailed Fri -
day for New York after a visit of
10. days with their nephew and
niece. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Velt,
at Gamboa. Mr. and Mrs. Velt
and their guests motored to the
Interior and spent last week-end
at the Veit's beach cottage at
Seacliff Acres.
In Roquete
Miss Helen Hanks, Miss Claire
Waldner and Miss Eleanor Cobb
of the United States Embassy
staff left yesterday to spend the
Easter week-end at the Pana-
monte Hotel In Boquete.
Dr. Suescum
in Bogota
Dr. Timoteo Suescum has Join-
ed Mrs. Suescum for a short va-
cation in Bogota, Colombia.
Leave for Texas
Mrs. James H. Leverenz and
son, Timothy, of Curundu Hts.,
left Sunday by airplane for San
Angelo. Texas and Mr. Leverer.z
sailed Friday on the SS Ancon to
join them there.
Mr. Leverenz. who has been
Management Improvement Offi-
cer, QM Section. USARCARIB. at
Fort Amador, has been transfer-
red to the same position with the
Air Force at San Angelo, where
they will reside.
Visitors at
Hotel El Panama
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Oglesby ar-
rived from the United States en
route to Barranqullla, Colombia,
and were guests for a short stay
this week at Hotel El Panama.
Leave for Costa Rica
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Mrj-
Grath have left Panama for a
short visit with her mother, Mrs.
Hilda MacDonna. In San Jose.
Costa Rica.
Mrs. Ivev Returns
to Atlanta
After a visit of six weeks with
her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Lavailte
of Curundu Heights, Mrs. Harri-
son E. Ivey left Friday bv air-
tilane for her home in Atlanta,
Georgia.
Daughter Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ore-
N 0 T I C E
BALBOA VISION CHVBCH
announces one service only
Easier Sunday morning at nine a.m.
Bev. Alexander H. Shmv, preaching.
RAYMOND G. JOLLY
ROF. JOLLY
of Philadelphia
Lectures at the
Jamaica Society
Cabo Verde
On Friday March 30th
7:30 P.M.
Subject:
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born Thursday at Gorgas Hospi-
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Sorority News
Mrs. Jeanne Frelsels, pledge
mistress of Alpha .Chapter, mt
with Beta Sigma Phi pledges,
Claire Hermanny, Jean Romance,
Jackeye Allen, Peggy Wertz, Pat-
ty Baker and Ava Howell, this
week. The group reviewed "In-
flation to Life" in preparation
for the "Ritual of Jewells" cere-
mony which is to be held Apr. 30.
There was also an informal
discussion of plans for the Ail
Fools Dance at the Hotel Tivcll,
March 31, which the Sorority is
sponsoring. After the meeting;
Mrs. Freisels served refreshments.
Easter Dinners
at Hotels
Hotel El Panama announces
special Easter dinners tomorrow.
There will be organ music, begin-
ning at 12 noon, in the Balboa
Room where family dinners will
be served. From 7 p.m. on there
will be dinner and dancing In tne
Bella Vista Room.
The Hotel Tlvoli's special Eas-
ter dinner will be served from 6
to 8:30 p.m.
4Los Completos'
To Hold Easter
Dance Tomorrow
Panama's "Los Completos"
Snorting and Social Club, w!l
sponsor an Easter Sunday daniie
under the lights of the Club Ta-
a, former Club Palmira.
This gala event, which will get
underway at six o'clock tomorrow
evening, will feature Colon's "La
Troplcana" orchestra.
Hundreds of Invitations were
extended to dance lovers on
.rides of the Isthmus during tiie
past couple of months.
The event looms as a possible
sell-out. Dozens of door prizes are
in store for those who attend.
David M. Jenkins
Named Constable
At Balboa Court
Newly-appointed constable of
the Balboa Magistrate's C. .
tMs week was David M. Jen
who returned to the position he
held when he left the Canal Zone
fcl 1046.
He is returning to the Canal
Zone from San Antonio. Tevns,
and is scheduled to arrive at 1o-
cumen Airpori
He first came to the Isthmus in
1932 from fc,i .,u.. ...
had been employed by the S.a-e
Department and Pan Ameriorrn
Ail ways. Alter several years re-
sidence in Chlrlqui. he was em-
ployed in 1940 In the Central La-
bor Office at Balboa and WO 1
named constable the following
year.
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MARCH 31st
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Adenauer Plan for Stopping
Strikes Seen as Failure
BY ROBERT HAEGER
BONN, Mar. 24, (UP) Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer's perso-
nal triumph in heading off a
strike of 800,000 West German
miners and metal workers on
over the Issue of "codetermlna-
tion" is coming apart at the
seams.
Seven weeks ago Adenauer's
personal intervention resulted In
a government-labor-industry a-
greement to give the unions 50
per cent voice in the manage-
ment of coal and steel enterpris-
es. All that remained was for
parliament to translate the set-
tlement Into law.
But the legislators, particular-
ly those of Adenauer's three-par-
ty coalition, have refused to go
along with their chief. Last week
the coalition parties In the Bun-
destag (Lower House) pushed the
bill off the agenda. And the
House will not meet again till
Apr. 4.
The settlement which Aden-
ISTHMIAN DATA
Birth
NURSE, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A.,
of Sliver City, son, Mar. 20, Colon
Hospital.
PENA, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel, of
La.Boca, daughter, Mar. 20, Gor-
gas Hospital. ,
PHILLIPS, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.,
of Balboa, daughter, Mar. 20,
Gorgas Hospital.
PEART, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon,
of La Boca, son, Mar. 21, Gorgas
Hospital.
PRESCOTT, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A., of Gamboa, daughter, Mar. 21,
Gorgas Hospital.
RIVERA, Mr. and Mrs. Joaqun,
of Cocoli, son, Mar. 21, Gorgas
Hospital.
MULLINGS, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.,
of Rio Abajo, daughter. Mar. 21,
Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
DAWKINS, Estella, 13. of 811ver
City, Mar. 20. Colon Hospital.
SIMMONS, Benjamin, 81, of
Landlease 266, Mar. 21, Gorgas
Hosoital.
SCOTT, Simeon, 69, of Rio Aba-
jo, Mar. 21, Gorgas Hospital.
auer engineered provided that
labor could name five of 11 di-
rectors In steel and coal firms,
and that the headquarters of the
union federation (DOB) at Dus-
seldorf would nominate the men
to fill these posts. It Is this fea-
ture of the Government Bill
which has drawn fire from the
coalition men in Bundestag com-
mittee hearings.
In pulling their support iut
from under Adenauer his pa'!y
comrades in the House insist his
plans would mean too much pow-
er for union headquarters.
Their counterproposal Is to
have the labor representatives
picked by union men in each in-
dividual firm concerned.
Adenauer's answer has been to
call in the chiefs of Government
party factions and make It clear
to them that he is sticking by his
guns and holding out for central
union selection.
This creates a unique party a-
Ugnment. The Chancellor, at log-
gerheads with his own party, has
the wholehearted backing of his
most powerful political oppon-
ents, the Socialists.
Faced with the reopening of a
problem he thought he had laid
to rest Adenauer has again called
In both Industry and union lead-
ers for a series of conferences
aimed at finding a new answer
that will work.
La Boca Reception
Planned To Honor
Bishop Bentley
The Rt. Rev. John B. Bentley
will be honored with a reception
in St. Peter's parish hall, La Bo-
ca, from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday oy
Bishop and Mrs. Reginald H.
Gooden.
The reception will afford a re-
presentative number of members
from St. .Simon's church, St.
James' church, St. Christopher's
church, St. Paul's church and Bl,
Peter's church an opportunity of
meeting Bishop Bentley.
As vice-president of the Na-
tional Council he has charge of
the Overseas Department of the
Episcopal church.
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109 Central Ave. at
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MRS. VAN SGTVER INTRODUCED AT COCKTAIL PARTY
Lieutenant and Mrs. D. L. Andrus entertained with a
cocktail party at their home at the Coco Solo Naval Station
In honor of their houseguest, Mrs. Andrus' sister, Mrs. E. T.
Van Server, of Glennslde, Pennsylvania.
Thirty-five friends called during the evening to meet the
visitor.
Mrs. Van Stiver and daughter, Dale, arrived Monday for
a two weeks' visit on the Isthmus.
Fort GuUck Ladies Club
Has Despedida for Mrs. Slack
The members of the Fort Gu-
Uck Ladies Club entertained with
a farewell luncheon at the Hotel
Washington for Mrs. Julius E.
Slack, who sailed during the
weekend on the Corona for San
Francisco.
The group was seated at a
large U-shaped table decorated
with a flat arrangement of bou-
galnvilla. As a farewell present
the honoree was presented a
black velvet and silver evening
purse.
The ladles present were: Mrs.
Maurice Webb, Mrs. F. D. Ste-
vens, Mrs. Denver Heath, Mvs.
John Prehl, Mrs. Walter McBnde,
Mrs. Joseph Kormyle, Mrs. J. D.
Oakley, Mrs. L. E. Montgomery,
Mrs. W. G. Roberts, Mrs. Jos-
eph Wallace, Mrs. I. L. Cox, Mrs,
CTP. Livingston, Mrs. F. Lind-
gren, Mrs. C. H. McCracken,
Mrs. R. D. Wllkerson. Mrs. Pa-
mon Vale, Mrs. Raymond Pa'.ri-
elo, Mrs. Victor Mrquez, Mrs. J.
M. Nieves, Mrs. Stanley Lewis,
Mrs. R. C. Stump, Mrs. John C.
Hipson, Mrs. Antonio Quesaaa,
Mrs. R. J. Nolls. Mrs. Fernando
Guloi. Mrs. J. J. McCarthy, Mrs.
Donald Dewey, Mrs. W. Coleman.
Mrs. Pascal Adamo. Mrs. Bail
Scarborough. Mrs. Vllkln, Mrs.
R. E, Hall. Mrs. G. B. Patron,
Mrs. Hollis Preiss, Mrs. M. D.
Smith, Mrs. John Loyd, Mrs. H.
W. Hankel, Mrs. O. A. Shaw, Mrs.
A. A. Zllkle, Mrs. Clayton Moore,
Mrs. V. G. Oberg, Mrs. Carroll
Thompson, Mrs. Maurice Webb,
Mrs. Fred Steiner, Mrs. H. A.
Vargas, Mrs. Antonio Sanchez
and Mrs. P. F. Patterson.
Mrs. Hankel was in charge of
the arrangements.
Attending R.O.T.C. Dance
A large group of young ladies
and their parents attended the
R.O.T.C. Dance given at Fort
Kobbe. They included: Misses
Maybelle Gardner, Janice Ran-
kln. Sheila McNamee. Ruth and
Kathryn Daniels, Alice Hannl-
gan, Ann Thomas. Yolanda Diez,
Helen Kissam, Donna Brown,
Joan Holgerson, 8andra Ham-
mond, Barbara Hickey. Mercedes
Peterson, June Rowley, Helene
and Jane de Boyrle, Anna Fisher,
Sylvia Dinkgreve and Pat Shank.'
The adults who attended were:
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newhard, Dr.
and Mrs. J. M. Wllkerson, Cau-
taln and Mrs. C. S. Townshend,
Mrs Mllo Kissam, Lt. and Mn.
L. J. Ducote, Mrs. Edward Sears,
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Cockle a.id
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. MacSpar-
ran.
Farewell Parties
for Mrs. Basham
Mrs. William Basham was i he
guest of honor at a bon voyage
luncheon given by her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Newhard at her Ga-
tun home Thursday.
An Easter motif was used, with
clever nests dotted with spring
blossoms and Easter novelties
centering the individual tables.
Mrs. Basham has been visiting
her children on both sides o ihe
Isthmus and sailed Friday en
route to her home in Columbus,
Ohio.
Mrs. Basham was the dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nash at
their Gatun home Thursday
evening.
Also present were: Mr. and \Ir-s.
Fred Newhard, Miss Carol New-
hard, Freddie Newhard and An-
dra Lee Nash.
Mrs. Cam fel
En Route to Texas
Mrs. EmU Carufel and children,
Roger and Norma, formerly of
Gatun, have been visiting in Cos-
ta Rica. They left recently lo
Join Mr. Carufel in San Antonio,
Texas. They will reside at 1314 N.
Mariposa Drive.
Auxiliary Meeting
Nathaniel J. Owen Unit 3. Ame-
rican Legion Auxiliary held its
monthly meeting in the home of
the president, Mrs. Donald De-
wey, at Fort GuUck, Wednesday
evening.
Following the meeting games
were played and prizes were won
by Mrs. Mlllard Mundkowsky,
Mrs. Danwood Rasmussen, Mr?.
Henry 8hirk, Mrs. Joseph Pann
and Mrs. Norman Neff. Mrs. John
Fahnestock won the ham.
The Easter motif was reflected
in the decorations of the refresh-
ment table. \
Fair at Braxos Saddle Club
The County Fair Is In full
swing at the Brazos Brook Saddle
Club tonight and will continue
all day tomorrow. There will be
races, square dancing, a magi-
clan, hula dancers and other at-
tractions. Colon merchant* will
display their wares and the usual
attractions of popcorn, balloo.is,
peanuts and other picnic refresh-
ments wUl be sold.
Admission Is 50 cents for adults
and 25 cents for children.
Visitor from New York
Mr. Tim Horan, editor of the
"Unifrultco," the publication of
the United Fruit Company, from
New York City, is on the Isth-
mus as a part of his scheduled
visits to the Central American
stations.
Mr. Horan crossed the Isthmus
Wednesday to be the luncheon
guest of the acting General Agent
of the Company and Mrs. William
E. Adams of Brazos Heights.
Easter Sunrise Service
The annual Easter Sunrise
Service will be held at 8:00 a.m.
tomorrow morning at Fort Davis.
Rev. Milton Cookson will give the
main address and will speak on
'The Power of His Resurrection."
Other Atlantic Side ministers
who are participating are: Rev.
Henry L. Bell, Rev. J. W. L. Ora-
ham. Rev. PhiUp Havener and
Chaplain W. M. McCracken.
Music will be furnished by tht
60th Army Band. Buses wUl leave
each of the local towns stopping
at the Dispensary and Union
Church In Gatun, the Margarita
Commissary, the Union Chun-),
and "Y" In Cristobal.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served at the g^m at Fort Davit
following the service.
Services at Church of Oar Saviour
Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m.
Festival Choral Communion and
sermon at 11:00 a.m. with Rev.
Milton Cookson speaking on "The
Assurance of Immortality." Spe-
cial music by the adult choir wliii
Mrs. George Engelke as choir di-
rector; Anthem, "Christ Ouf
Passover" by Schilling and Love-
day's Communion Service will be
sung.
At 4:00 p.m. the Children's Fes-
tival service with the Junior
Choir presentation of Mite boxes
will be held. Each child will re-
ceive a potted plant.
They closed with the friendship
circle and each girl received a
tulip basket which they had
made, fUled with Easter candles.
Assisting with the party were:
Mrs. Al Dyer, Mrs. Timothy Ladd,
Mrs. Thomas Egger and Mrs.
Kenneth Forrest.
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Argentina tiene
Bomba Atmica
BUENOS AIRES, Mano U (UP) Urgente.El Presidente Vr-
rn anunci en una conferencia de Prensa ea la Caaa Ro:da
que Argentina ha logrado progresos en la fusin nuclear y dijo,
mismo, que Argentina ha logrado llevar a cabo la primera ex-
plosin atmica.
El Presidente Pern dijo: "Argentina consigui la liberacin
controlada de la energa atmica el 18 de Febrero". Continu di-
clendo el Presidente Pern: "El 16 de Febrero de'1951 se llevaron
a cabo reacciones thermo-nueleares en la planta de energa at-
mica en la Isla Huemul cerca de San Carlos de Bariloche, bajo
condiciones controladas en escala tcnica".
El Presidente Pern, el Ministro de Defensa. General Hum-
berto Sosa Molina v el Ministro de Guerra, General Franklin Lu-
cero, visitaron los laboratorios de energa atmica en la regln
de los lagos a unas mil millas de Buenos Aires, en Febrero de
1950.
En la conferencia de prensa el Presidente Pern present al
Fislco Donald Rlrhter, de origen austraco y naturallsado argen-
tino.
El Dr. Rlchter dijo: "Con este proyecto Argentina ha atae
do fundamentalmente los proyectos que estn siendo desarrolla*
dos en campos similares en el extranjero. Tendr sumo placer da
decirles maana que lo que los norteamericanos estn obtnfendo
con su bomba de hidrgeno, al momento de la explosin, ha sldt>
conseguido en Argentina, en laboratorios y bajo control".
Rlchter invit a los corresponsales a visitarlo maana a las
dies de la maana, en la residencia presidencial en Olivos.
12:50
P.M.
LA FIESTA HPICA
DE HOY
deade el Hipdromo
de Jaan Franco.
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por RED PANAMERICANA
PanamaAmrca
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LA VEBDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
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ASO VIGSIMO REXTO
PANAMA, R. P.. SBADO. MARZO 24, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
MacArthur formula una oferta de paz
La China Roja es colocada en
condicin de dar el prximo
paso que se estima decisivo
S trata de un denodado esfuerzo para inducirla
a aceptar una conferencia de paz
La consulta de los Canalletes ser de
beneficio para la Amrica Latina
Gen. DoucUs MacArthur
...no quiere sacrificar al
pueblo coreano
WASHINGTON, Marzo 24
CJf) Los circuios oficiales
de esta capital interpretaron
anoche la oferta del General
Douglas MacArthur de hablar
con los dirigentes comunioUs
en, los campos de batalla de
Corea como un denodado re-
fuerzo por indicar a los Chinos
a que acepten participar en li-
na conferencia de paz.
Las autoridades indicaron que
las declaraciones del General
colocan en verdad a los Chinos
tn posicin de tener que dar
ei prximo pas.
Lincoln White, funcionario de
prensa del Departamento ele
Estado dijo al informrsele .so-
bre las declaraciones heci.as
por MacArthur que el Depaitu-
niento "ho tiene comntanos
gue hacer".
Se tiene entendido que el Ge-
neral hizo las declaraciones *i
que se estn dando nuevos pa-
ses en el campo diplomtico pa-
ra sondear a los rojos en cuas.-
(Paaa a la Par. , Col. 4)
En Washington se
conmemoraron las
fiestas religiosas
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
(UP). Los catlico y pro-
testantes conmemoraron la cru-
cifixin de Jesucristo con so-
lemnes servicio de Viernes
Santo.
En todos los Estados Unidos
los comercios cerraron en mu-
chas localidades del medio da
(Pan a I Pac 6 Col !
NUEVA YORK .marzo 24.
(UP). Al finalizar la semana
la atencin de la banca de co-
mercio de Nueva York se fl]
en Washington, esperndose que
la consulta de Cancilleres que
comienza el lunes resultar en
medidas beneficiosas para la
Amrica Latina que no dejarn
de afectar el comercio privado
norteamericano.
Se acepta un hecho que los
cancll 1 e r e s latinoamericanos
tendrn mucho que decir con-
tra el rgimen de precios m-

Se discutirn los precios
establecidos en Est. Unidos
xlmos establecidos en Estados
Unidos, quejndose que los pre-
cios fijados, por ejemplo, el co-
bre, zinc, lana, cueros, son de-
masiado bajos en relacin con
el precio mundial de estos pro-
ductos.
Se pronostica asimismo que
tomando en cuenta que Esta-
dos Unidos depende en gran
grado de los productos latino-
americanos, los cancilleres con-
seguirn muchas de las cosas
que piden. A este respecto pi-
den y probablemente recibirn
un programa de prioridades que
les garantizar los productos
Industriales norte americanos
que necesitan para su fomento
econmico.
Lo que puede ser primer pa-
so hacia un sistema de prio-
ridades ya est siendo elabo-
rado en Washington. El Depar-
tamento de Comercio anunci
que estudia una frmula de
(Pasa a la Ptina b. Columna 7>
EL DIOS DE LA JUSTICIA Y DE LA VERDAD
Se proyecta comprar hangar
de gran capacidad para la
moderna Escuela del Artes
Fue derrotado el
gobierno francs
por la huelga
PARI8, Marzo 24 (UP)La
huelga general en Francia est
llegando a su fin, cuando el Go-
bierno acept la derrota y con-
cedi un aumento de 11.5 por
ciento en los salarlos de todos
los empleados.
El Gabinete decidi anoche el
aumento el cual subir los sa-
larios mnimos a un total de
cerca de 25 millones de obreros
en toda Francia. El aumento de
11.5 por ciento es inferior al 15
por ciento que pedian las unio-
nes obreras, y uno por ciento
menor que el aumento en los
?recios ocurrido en Agosto pa-
iPaim a la Pnr:n 6. Col I)
El Director del Artes y Oficios,
Ing. Ernesto Enrique Argote,
estuvo volando varias tardes
durante esta semana para loca-
lizar hangares abandonados pa-
ra establecer si poda sacarlos
de bases ocultas en nuestro
pas.
Las gestiones del Director del
Colegio de Artes y Oficios han
culminado en conversaciones
con don Luis Sommer para la
compra de un hangar de gran
capacidad, que pueda albergar
una poblacin escolar entera
durante sus horas de prctica, y
cuyo costo monta a alrededor
de treinta mil balboas, aunque
se espera un precio menor de la
filantropa del poseedor y en
vista de que la Junta Municipal
de Educacin tendra que afron-
tar su desmantelamiento y re-
construccin, en los terrenos de
los nuevos edificios de la es-
cuela.
En el curso de la prxima se-
mana estas gestiones llegarn a
su mximo proceso de realiza-
(Pasa a la Pagina 6. Columna 6)
Al terminar el perodo hbil
de Semana Santa los partidos
polticos estn muy activos
Pruebas atmicas
realiza EE. UU. en
el Mar Pacfico
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
(UP). Pruebas sobre los efec-
tos de las armas atmicas en
las estructuras y materiales de|
varias clases se estn llevando
ai cabo en Eniwetok, en el cen-
tro del Pacifico, segn Informa
la Comisin de Energa At-
mica de los EE, UU.
Las solicitudes hechas por el
Instituto Americano de Arqui-
tectos dieron lugar a que la
comisin revelara que "un pro-
yecto de vasto alcance se est
(Pasa U fu i, ta 1'
Al terminarse el periodo h-
bil de Semana Santa los partidos
mostraban en este distrito inu-
sitada actividad. Segn se cree
el gran movimiento de poblacin
hacia el Interior puede, influir
en el curso de las inscripciones
de los partidos.
Por otra parte, la tregua per^
mlte a los distintos grnpos en-
trar en consultas o reunirse pa-
ra estudiar los distintos planes
a seguir despus de Semana
Santa. Se estn inscribiendo
cuatro partidos nuevos en el
pas, a saber, el Liberal Nacio-
nal, separado de la Unificacin,
el Socialista, el Revolucionarlo
Independiente (grupo surgido
del Revolucionarlo Autntico,
actualmente en el poder) y el
Frente Patritico.
En el saln de Inscripciones
del Municipio de Panam, los
rasa a la f **.. *. IM. U
Est listo a conferenciar
con el Comandante rojo en el
frente para lograr este fin
China Roja est condenada, afirma, a sufrir un
inminente colapso militar
TOKIO, Mano 24 (UP) El General Douglas McArthr dijo
hoy que est listo para conferenciar en el campo de batalla con
el Comandante en Jefe enemigo "para poner fin a la guerra co-
reana".
McArthur hizo esa declaracin poco antes de entrar en un
avin rumbo a Corea para hacer otra de sos frecuentes visitas
al frente de batalla.
Al sealar el hecho de que las fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
han "limpiado substancialmente" ya a Sur-Corea de las fuerzas
organizadas comunistas, el Supremo Comandante aliado dijo que
la "exagerada" potencia militar de la China Roja ha demostrado
su "completa incapacidad" para realizar la conquista de Corea.
MacArthur emiti la declara-
cin poco despus que los pa-
racaidistas norte americanos,
tanques e infantera, pusieron
en fuga la llma gran fuerza
Comunista en 8ur Corea coa
una poderosa ofensiva en pie-
zas al norte de Sel.
Millares de paracaidistas se
lanzaron de sus aviones al nor-
te de la capital SurCoreana en
una operacin sin precedentes
en la cual participaron Valuta
mil hombres de la InfantciK
area. La operacin hizo que el
Ejrcito Rojo huyera preso de
pnico.
El Regimiento 187 de lnfan-
(Pasa a la Pag. 6, col. t)
Se perdi avin
militar con 53
personas a bordo
LONDRES, marzo 24. (UP).
Urgente. Un oficial de la
Fuerza Area de Estados Uni-
dos dijo que se divisaron los
escombros del avin militar C-
124 que desapareci con 53 per-
sonas a bordo, a 400 millas de
distancia de las costas de Ir-
(Paia a la Ptina 6. Col. t)
a retaguardias comunistas
hacen frente con una fatal
desesperacin a los aliados
TOKIO, Marzo 24 (UP Lrs
desesperadas retaguardias co-
munistas, en un grueso de iiij
ue mil, contra-atacaron a ias
fuerzas de las Naciones Uniaas
al nor-este de Sel, en un in-
tento de demorar al nuevo cru-
ce del Paralelo 38.
El Octavo Ejrcito comunic
cue un batalln comunista, po-
siblemente chino, atac la li-
neo sobre Uljonbgu a 18 milias
al sur del Paralelo 38 a las cas
de la tarde pero no dl detalles.
El ataque vino, aparentemen-
te, despus que el General Mac
Arthur visit Uljonbgu, a once
,nillas al nor-este de Sel y se
dirigi en "Jeep" a 2,500 yardas
de la lincas rojas. Las fuerzas
comunistas que se encuentran
atrincheradas en los cerros o s
bie Uljonbgu solamente man-
tienen una saliente en Sur-uj
tea y estaban oponiendo una
tenaz resistencia al avance a-
llado.
A su regreso a Tokio. MacAi-
thur anunci que haba daao
Instrucciones al Octavo Ejer-
cito de cruzar el Paralelo 3C
"cuando y siempre que la se-
guridad lo haga tcticamente
aconsejable".
'Pasa ia rr col. 1)
Hroe de la guerra
recibe cheque por
dos mil dlares
KUEVA YORK, Marzo 24 (UP)
El Cabo ngel Omez, de 22
aos de edad, de Albonito, Puer-
to Rico, quien se encuentra re-
cluido en el Hospital Militar da
Washington y quin perdi las
dos piernas y el brazo derecho
en Korea, se mostr sorprendido
al recibir un cheque por mil
dlares de la Sra. Martha S.
Reynolds, quien vive en un lujo-
so hotel de Nueva York.
La 8ra. Reynolds ley en los
peridicos el caso de Omez, y
extendi el cheque, lo envi al
"New York Daily News" con es-
ta nota: "Podran enviar al jo-
ven este cheque? gracias". Un
reportero grfico vol a Wash-
ington a llevarle el cheque a G-
mez.
Gmez se mostr emocionado
y con palabras entrecortadas
dijo: "Dgaleque muchas gra-
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna )
Es un misterio el paradero
actual del Dr. Gainza Paz,
el Director de "La Prensa9*
ls grabadas por Alberto Dnrero, el gran maestro grabador alemn del siKlo XVI ,e "f"t~Ie|_ie"u*:
le" distribuida en once xilorrafas, de as caales la que reproducimos aqu es la dcima, en la que
'de .bveda d'onde fue enerado. El estilo de 1. "Pasin Grande" se distingue por . *****
Entre las grandes obras
minada "Pasin Grande
aparece Cristo saliendo ae ia ooveaa aonae me enicrmu. --y --- Veraa(.
Es un Cristo tal como lo com-uendia Durero: representacin superior de la Humanidad. Dios de la Justicia y de la teruaa.
Esta serie fue grabada en 1511
BUENOS AIRES, marzo 24.
(UP). Anoche se Ignoraba
por tercer da consecutivo el
paradero del doctor Alberto
Gainza Paz, director de La
Prensa, el peridico indepen-
diente clausurado.
La comisin mixta del Con-
greso, que tom posesin de
La Prensa para realizar una
investigacin dijo que el doctor
Gainza Paz probablemente ha-
ya huido para obstaculizar la
Investigacin. Amigos del doc-
tor Gainza Paz dijeron que no
saben si l est en Argentina
todava o si ha salido hacia el
exterior.
Debido a ser Viernes Santo,
se suspendieron todas las ac-
tividades oficiales hasta hoy,
cuando se espera que al Co-
misin del Congreso envi ins-
pectores e "Interventores" a
todas las firmas que hacan ne-
gocios con La Prensa.
El doctor Gainza Paz desapa-
iPasa a la Pag. . Coi. J>
Semana Haitiana
comenzar el 7 de
Abril en New York
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 24 (UP)
La "Semana Haitiana" auspi-
ciada por el Gobierno de Puerto
Principe, se celebrar entre el
7 y 14 de Abril, en colaboracin
con el Gobierno Municipal ds
Nueva York.
El programa comprende un
banquete por la Sociedad Pan-
americana en honor del Minis-
tro de Relaciones Exteriores,
Jacques Leger, exposiciones in-
dustriales, artsticas, danza y
cantos- folklricos y la Inaugu-
racin de la nueva oficina da
informacin del Gobierno Hal
tlano en Nueva York.


r At; IN A DOS
F. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, MARZO 24, 1951
PatiamaAmrtca
MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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ms o menos fundamentales en la Administracin
Pblica. Nos referimos a la complejidad de normas
establecidas en cada dependencia por Leyes, De-
cretos, Resoluciones, Resueltos, Reglamentos, etc.,
etc., que, generalmente, no estn bien coordinados
y, por lo tanto, constituyen un atraso en las acti-
vidades internas de cada ramo oficial.
Lo dicho lo comprueba el pblico diariamente
en la mayora de los casos que requieren la inter-
vencin de los funcionarios o empleados pblicos.
Para evacuar un negocio cualquiera, muchas veces '<
insignificante, se tropieza con el obstculo de una
serie de disposiciones que establecen pautas inne-
cesarias y hasta contraproducentes que dificultan
los trmites, inclusive aquellos que por la natura-
leza del negocio parecan sencillos.
Esta anomala se debe, en trminos generales,
a que con el curso del tiempo los altos funciona-
rios introducen reformas inadecuadas en lo que res-
pecta a procedimiento dentro de las dependencias
a su cargo. En algunas ocasiones lo hacen con la
intencin quizs de favorecer al pblicoen la ma-
yora de los casos no es por este motivopero re-
sulta que por no actuar con la debida informacin
sobre la materia se dictan medidas que llegan a
resultar hasta contradictorias entre s.
Sera muy conveniente que en forma metdi-
ca y ordenada se hiciera una revisin integral en
lo que respecta a las normas que rigen los trmi-
tes en cada una de las ramas del Ejecutivo. Y es-
to debe hacerse con un criterio tcnico y con un
fin prctico que tenga por objeto armonizar las ne-
cesidades del Estado y de la comunidad. A medi-
da que las leyes y. los reglamentos internos sean
ms sencillos y claros mayor tendr que ser el be-
neficio que deriven las labores de los funcionarios
y de los empleados al servicio de la Administracin
nacional.
CRITICO
por o. K. t/ ,
UNA BUENA PELCULA:
"HABVEY".
La otra maana, en una de
las salas de cinematogrfico de
esta ciudad, aslsti a la exhibi-
cin como prueba, de una origi-
nal pelcula de la Universal In-
ternacional entidad de Holly-
wood. Se trataba de "Harvey".
Me dicen que han sido objeto
varios artistas de los que en ella
toman parte de singulares dis-
tinciones por los tcnicos de la
Meca del cinematgrafo. En es-
pecial, james Stewart, el estu-
pendo actor, y la Sra. Josephine
Hull, una actriz que pudiramos
colocar en el grupo que la gente
de teatro denomina de 'caracte-
rsticas".
Sin duda lo merecen ambos
elementos hollywoodenses. Ha-
cen teatro, un teatro un poqul-
tin exagerado, a lo largo-de las
casi dos horas que viene a durar
esa comedia llevada al lienzo
plateado.
Digo que se me antojan un
tantico exagerados James Ste-
wart y Josephine Hull; quiz yo
est equivocado, porque he escu-
chado opiniones de los que asis-
tieron a la exhibicin de "Har-
vey" que demostraban un en;n-
siasmo superador de este juicio
mi que hace distingos. Tal vez
la comedia "Harvey' exija de-
terminados excesos. Estfc exce-
sos son teatro ms que cinema-
tgrafo.
Qu gran actor Stewart! Qu
excelente actriz la Hull! No lo
discutamos. Ello es evidente.
"Harvey" constituye un truco.
"Harvey" no surge en la panta-
lla ms que en un retrato, en
un cuadro que trae a su residen-
cia el personaje central de la
comedia.
Para m hay mucha literatura
en la pelcula. Y el fatro, como
el cinematgrafo en esto
coinciden, en otros muchos as-
pectos, no... deben huir de
la literatura.
Me encanta la leccin que en-
vuelve la comedia. Ese loco bon-
dadoso que Interpreta Stewart
debe quedarse en loco. No cu-
rarse. Es tan bondadoso, es tan
gentil, tan cordial, tan emoclo-
r Argentina espera que en la
reunin de los Cancilleres
se tomen acuerdos bsicos

Amrica Latina al To Sam: En estas condiciones atmosfricas va a necesitar de los
dos motores. No cree conveniente ayudar a encenderlo? <
El Canciller Brin espera la,

cooperacin para la defensa
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
i USISi El Doctor Carlos N
Brin, Ministro de Relacione;
Exteriores de Panam, lleg a-
qui para participar en la Rct-
nion de Consulta de los Minis-
tros de Relaciones Exteriores
Americanos.
El Dr. Brin. es el cuarto Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriors
en llegar para esta conferen-
cia, habiendo llegado ya los ?
Colombia, Ecuador y Paraguay.
El Dr Brin dijo a los perio-
distas: "Sinceramente espero
que a todos nos ser dable coj-
peiar en la defensa de la Ain-
lca Latina y de todos los fi-
nante, que sena un espantoso scs democi.ticos del mundo
error humano que un mdico '
Interrogado acerca de qjc
acertara con aquella inyeccin t d t lo conslaeraoa
salvadora que lo transformara , ^ayor importanciaf
Ministro Brin contest:
Asi era antes!
en cuerdo. No y no. Que conti-
ne loco, que convierta en locos
a los otros: al jefe del Sanato-
rio, a su hermana, a la histri-
ca de su sobrina, al mundo en-
tero. Hermosa locura la de a
bondad.
Si Harvey no existe, debiera
existir. El Sr. Dodd, amigo de
Harvey, pasa ms tiempo en las
cantinas de lo que recomienda
una moral puritana. Qu ms
da. Cuando el Director del Sa-
natorio acompaa a Dodd y a
Harvey a la cantina, penetra en
el mundo de la felicidad.
Si vivir es alejarse de sufrir,
fcj Dr. Brin, fu recibido en
ti aeropuerto por el Ingeniero
Rodolfo Herbruger, ex-Embaja-
cor de Panam en los Estados
Unidos y actualmente Ministro
tie Hacienda; Julio Heurtc-
matte, Ministro Consejero tic
Panam; el Dr. Alberto Llera';
Camargo. Secretario General de
la Organizacin de los Estados
Americanos^ Albert Nufer, .-
rtetor de la Oficina de Asun>. s
Centroamericanos del Departa-
mento de Estado, y mlemsros
del personal de la embajada.
Con el Dr. Brin lleg el Mi-
nistro de Agricultura, Cmoereieo
e Industrias de Panam. Ri-
cardo M. Arlas E-, acompaa-
dos por las seoras de Brin y
ele Arlas.
Creo que el punto tercero jel
temarlo relativo a la coopera-
cin econmica de emergencia
es el ms Importante. Espera-
mos que sern resueltos todos
los problemas econmicos".
El Dr. Brin agreg que-"coo-
peraremos en toda forma post-
le a la reunin", y dijo yue
abrigada "las mayores esperan-
zas con respecto a la come-
itncla".
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Vieja amable, cordial, cuando
comienza a enterarse de que
vivamos como Dodd. Claro qu Harvey es. Vieja loca, loca de
es necesario para ser feliz poseer bondad. La que sufre es la so-
la libreta de cheques de aquel brina que no encuentra novia
caballero. Mas. no olvidemos que Pero la locura de sus tos le; Oak Ridge, Tennessee
La energa atmica
al servicio de los
animales y plantas
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
(USI81 Los hombres de ele-
cas de los Estados Unidos tie-
nen ahora un poderoso instru-
mento para descubrir los mis-
terios de las enfermedades de
los animales y las plantas, se-
gn "na Informado Sam L Han-
uesord, experto en nutricin de a-
nimales, quien tiene a su cargo
el Programa de la Universidad
tie Tennessee sobre istopos, en
giicultores de Tennessee, ilan-
serd predijo que la aplicacin
de la energa atmica en la
lorma de radioistopos produ-
cir algn da mayores ahorro?
y mayor produccin en la ali-
mentacin de los animales.
Las declaraciones de Hanson
han dado mayor nfasis a las
i,ue recientemente hizo el cono-
cido escritor de asuntos cient-
ficos, William L. Laurence
quien en artculp publicado en
ti New York Times declara q:e
llegar el momento en que
convertiremos nuestras armas
aiomicas en arados".
Nueva fase en las
relaciones entre
EE. UU. y Espaa
WASHINGTON Marzo 24
USISi Las relaciones enue
ios Estados Unidos y Espaa
han entrado en una "nueva
fase" d"e acuerdo con lo que la-
turma el funcionario de prensa
del Departamento de Estado,
Michael McDermott.
El seor McDermott hizo la
declaracin el lunes en una
conferencia de prensa, despus
ce que los periodistas le pic-
guntaion acerca de la versin
publicada en el sentido de que
Espaa haba ofrecido propor-
cionar tropas para la deteiiia
de Europa si los Estados Unidos
las equipan.
"La direccin de nuestra po-
ltica para con Espaa fu bos-
quejada por el Secretario de
Estado Dean Achesbn en la reu-
nin conjunta de los Comits
WASHINGTON, Marzo 24 (UP
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Argentina, Hlppii'.o
Jess Paz, dijo a los periodistas
que espera que la reunin le
Cancilleres de las naciones a-
Llega a los EE. UU.
un cargamento de
hierro venezolano
SPARROW8 POINT, Maryland
marzo 24. (UP). El buque
"Bethore" que trae el primer
cargamento de mineral de hie-
rro venezolano a Estados Uni-
dos lleg hoy a la baha frente
a este puerto, y se espera qu
atraque a los muelles maana.
Cuando atraque el buque, y
antes de descargar el mineral
para las fundiciones de la
"Beth-lehem Steel Co.", se ce-
lebrarn varias ceremonias que
darn comienzo a lo que se es-
pera sean grandes embarques de
mineral de hierro venezolano a
Estados Unidos.
El mineral a bord del "Betho-
re" fu' extrado de las minas
del Pao en el Estado de Bolvar,
a unas 300 millas de la costa del
Atlntico. La "Bethlehem Steel
Co." dijo que se espera que los
embarques de mineral de hierro
venezolano a Estados Unidos
lleguen a ascender a tres millo-
nes de toneladas por ao.
vicios Armados del Senado, el
16 de febrero, dijo McDermott'.
Como ustedes saben un nuevo
embajador iStanton Grlffls) "aa
llegado a Espaa y hemos en-
trado en la nueva fase de nues-
tras relaciones con Espaa y
hemos estrado en la nueva fa-
se de nuestras relaciones con
Lspaa mencionada por el se-
cretario de 16 de febrero".
McDermott se refiri a una
pregunta que un Senador le
hizo a Acheson en la reunin
ae los comits, acerca de qu
parte desempeara Espa ean
la defensa de Europa Occiden-
tal. En ese entonses Acheson
declar:
"La importancia de la asocia-
cin de Espaa en la defensa
de Europa es, creo, clara. C:co
tambin que es claro que las
relaciones de este pas, y espe-
ro que tambin las de los otros
pases con Espaa, entran aho-
ra en una nueva fase. Hemos
enviado a Espaa un embajador
capaz, quien est en su cambio.
muchos propietarios de libretas ofrece la compensacin del no-
de cheques no son felices. Y vio loquero. Ella gana algo con
Dodd, amigo de Harvey, conejo i sus visita al Sanatorio. Que
"Poka", es maravillosamente ms quiere?
feliz. | 81 para ser buenos es Impres-
Las escenas sainetescas de cindlble caer en locos, no huya-
la fiesta en casa de los Dodd son! mos de la locura, ni de la vl-
Ante el Club de Jvenes A- de Relaciones Exteriores y Ser-
estupendas. Resultan mucho
ms ridiculas las cuerdas acom-
paantes de la hermana dl Sr.
Dodd que el propio Dodd. Este
seor Dodd cae bien, cae excep-
clonalmente bien, debido a su
bondad.
Y nos convencemos de algo
que no creemos en la vida co-
rriente: que la rondad supera
a la tontera. Que la bondad edi-
fica felicidad. Bendita sea.
Ante los resquemores, ante los
resentimientos, ante la lucha de
vivir, esta bondad. Insisto, la
bondad con l libreta de che-
ques del Sr. Dodd.
Vieja absurda y pintoresca la
hermana del amigo de Harvey, sar usted conmigo, lector...
sita a las cantinas donde sirven
excelentes "Martinis" a Harvey,
que se bebe su amigo Dodd.
Esta poca nuestra carece de
bondad. No queremos ser bue-
nos: queremos triunfar, ser ri-
cos. Y no acertamos a ser feli-
ces.
Perdemos nuestro tiempo,
nuestras energias. El Sr. Dodd
almacena energas: goza con
agradar. Qu dao hace Har-
vey? Busqumonos un Harvey,
Inexistente, pero creador de fe-
licidad.
Insisto: que Harvey propor-
cione una chequera.
Vea usted esta pelcula y pen-
SALUD
con
SAL HEPTICA!
Laxanto... [frvascent... Eficaz..
Agradable... Anticido... Econmico.
Las dosis de Sal Heptica resultan ms
econmicas comprando el tamao mayor.
Qaboree
unmiA m delicioso chocla
^pLL EVERREADY
GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DEL VERANO!
Con una pequea cuota semanal
adquiera una
BICICLETA Inglesa
de fama mundial "Viking"
y si la suerte le favorece
puede ser suya por poco dinero!
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
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mericanas lograr llegar a a-
euerdos fundamentales en los
asuntos que trate.
El Ministro hlso breves de-
claraciones verbales a los pe-
riodistas en el aeropuerto al
llegar a Nueva York en com-
paa del Embajador Jernimo
Remorino y varios funciona; 101
que lo asesorarn durante la
conferencia-
**Me sastlsface ac y estoy le-
la de tener la oportunidad t
conocer Estados Unidos. Vengo
en la mejor disposicin de ni-
mo de asistir a la reunin cou-
sultva de Cancilleres. Espero
que sus resultados satisfarn
las esperanzas de encontrar ios
puntos fundamentales de un a-
euerdo sobre los diferentes pro-
blemas que sern tratados".
Como cien personas recib:-
ron a Paz y Remorino en el
aeropuerto, entre miembros de
la Embajada y sus esposas.
Fletcher Warren, Director O
Asuntos Sur-Americanos en el
Departamento de Estado, Ca-
tence Birgfeld de los Asuntos
de Rio del Plata del Departa-
mento de Estado y Henry Dear-
born de la Divisin de Argen-
tina del Departamento de .-
tado.
Paz celebrar esta tarde a Us
3 una entrevista d prensa en
ia Embajada Argentina.
Cuanto ms sana
el ave
Tanto ms
fuerte
canta
fe*
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SBADO, MARZO 24. 1131
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN-
PAGINA TRBJ
Frustrado complot
un Gobierno
Rojo
para implantar
en el Pakistn
Los conspiradores esperaban
recibir ayuda de los soviticos
Los conjurados sern juzgados sumariamente
por los militares
KARACHI, Marzo 24 (UP)
El Primer Ministro Uaquat All
Aban dijo hoy' que las rden-
les detenciones de altos fun-
cionarlos militares y clvi'ts
frustraron un complot para Ua
plantar un Gobierno militar ..
miliar. Con este fin invitaran
a venir de cierto pais extran-
jero misiones tcnicas, de eco-
noma y constltuclrt".
Esta es la primera admisin
oficial de infiltracin comuna-
la en Pakistn Occidental. Pfe-
munlsta en Pakistan con ayuda vlamente las autoridades insu-
de "una potencia extranet-' tan que no haba tal infiltre -
no identificada an. ein en el Oeste porque la fe
Liaquat no mencion el no.u- religiosa de los Musulmuic!
bre de Rusia, pero dej vti contrarrestara cualquier lntfcv-
ciaramente que los conspirada- to comunista,
res esperaban recibir ayuda bu- Liaquat dijo que el Parlameu-
vitica. El Primer Ministro noin- lo contina las pesquisas so-
br al Mayor General Ak'^r bre el complot e indic que ios
Khan como el cabecilla el detalles completos de su a!-
tomplot y dijo tambin que ete canee no pueden revelarse ha.-
y otros detenidos sern Juzgh- ta que termine la investigacin.
dos sumariamente Las declaraciones las hizo ni
Dijo que los conjurados pen- contestacin a una pregunta
saban destituir a las actuales
autoridades militares y clvi>s
y aduearse del poder con ay..-
da de elementos comunista y
i evolucionarlos del pais. Des-
pus, cuando estuvieran en Jie-
no dominio, pensaban for.r.ar
un Gobierno "siguiendo el ato-
Uelo comunista de carcter ii-
de miembro del Parlameto.
La existencia edl Intento de
complot fu develado por pf
mera vez por Liaquat el 3 de
Marzo, pocas horas despus if
la detencin de cuatro sunm.,-
los encartados. La declaraci.-r.
de hoy fu la primera revela-
cin, oficial de los detalles.
Por escaso margen de siete
votos se decidi que Pars
sea prxima Sede de ia ONU
LAKE SUCCESS, marzo 24.
(UP) Por el escaso margen
de siete votos la Asamblea Ce-
ntral de las Naciones Unidas -
cord reunirse en su prximo
periodo de sesiones en Pars du-
rante el Otoo.
La votacin fu de 24 a 17
con 12 abstenciones. En la vo-
tacin hubo divisiones que nor-
malmente no ocurren en las de
asuntos que se tratan en las
Naciones Unidas. El bloque S;-
vltico vot slidamente en ce-
lebrar sesiones en Paris
La votacin se debi a un a-
lunto presentado por el Pies
dente de la Asamblea, el dele-
gado Irn, Nasrollah Entezam,
acerca la aceptacin hecha !a
semana pasada por el Gobier-
no Francs. Francia puso tics
condiciones a la invitacin, que
motivaron un largo debate pa-
ra terminar con los votos favo-
rables de menos de la mitad
de las delegaciones prsenles.
Estas condiciones fueron:
Que la Asamblea General no
comenzar sus sesiones am.es
del seis de Noviembre. An
cuando la resolucin no lo men-
ciona, en la carta del Gobieii.o
Francs a las Naciones Uni-
das, se deca que se esperaba
c.ue la Asamblea terminara si
sesiones "en Enero o de er
necesario en Febrero.
21 Que si se suspenden let
sesiones por las Navidades, co-
mo seguramente ocurrir, la A-
La Tos del Asma
Y Ahogo. Allwl.d..
. "i Aama r Bronquitis. Poc
-Kimoo m posible dormir bUn respl-
S23T lbri>T f-Sff-fSffS
(taha allT'arlo, aun cuando u mal eea.
5 Kma y moco. que """"
,u rganlamo, minaban euensrgla.
rnnnaban .u anlod y lo h.clan van*
T .Mitin prematuramente *>)>
Manda llana tanto /o ue d
tea parlante, reeplracln libra y fcil
an I* kon.. Pld M.nd.ea an eual-
auiar farmacia hoy mismo y aa o
bl.n qua dormir aaf ocha y cunto
Mendaco at?
1 , a.....MiJIaVa a
samblea no deber celebrar lo
segunda mitad de sus sesiones
sino en Pars, como se hizo en
1848. 31 Que el gasto que ten-
dr que hacer Francia tendr
que ser "aligerado substancial-
inele". La resolucin seala cj-
rr.o el cosi de ir a Pars er.
2,350,440 dlares ms cualquier
otra cantidad qu el Secretario
General. Trigve Lie pueda afo-
rrar de su presupuesto y tans-
ferlrlo a la cuenta de la Asam-
blea, de ser necesario.
El grupo Lanlto-Americano
encabez la lucha por celebrar
el periodo de sesiones en Paiis,
pero no pudo presentar sus vein
tt votos en favor. Cuba, Ecua-
dor y Mxico se abstuvieron, y
el Salvador, Guatemala. Hon-
duras, Nicaragua y Uruguay es-
tuvieron ausentes.
El grupo rabe dividi su vo-
to con algunos paises, oponin-
dose a ir a Pars debido a la
situacin en el Marueco Fran-
cs. Estados Unidos vot en
contra y Gran Bretaa y Ra...
en favor de Ir a Pars-
Las fuerzas de la
'ONU' abastecen
a Sel con arroz
SEL, Corea, marzo 24.
Las Fuerzas de las Nacione:-
Unidas que recapturaron es'.a
ciudad capital de Corea del Sur
la semana pasada estn distri-
buyendo arroz entre la pobla-
cin civil.
El lunes se distribuy arr.ii
suficiente para 60,000 personas
El mismo dia se anunci que
haba llegado a Tokio un em-
barque de obsequios enviados
por Grecia, los cuales se remi-
ten a los coreanos.
Grecia, adems de la ayuda
militar que ha prestado al es-
fuerzo de la ONU contra la a-
presin. ha enviado 2.000 caja:;
de Jabn, 2.000 paquetes de ar-
tculos mdicos y 30 cajas ce
material escolar.
Los funcionarios del coman-lo
de la ayuda civil en Sel in-
forman que despus de es'*
Se Investiga un
atentado contra
canciller tico
SAN JOS, C. R. Mar. 24 (UP>
La Polica est Investigando el
atentado dinamitero realizado
antenoche contra la residencia
del Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores Mario Echandi. sin que
.hasta ahora se hayan practica-
do-detenciones.
La bomba colocada en la ven-
tana de la sala de recibo del do
micilio de Echandi caus daos
materiales de importancia pero
no viatlmas. Echandi parts ayer
naca Washington pata asistir a
la Conferencia de Cancilleres
Americanos.
La explosin destroz valiosos
objetos que tenia Echandi en
su casa. Se explic que no hubo
victimas debido a que la familia
se encontraba en el segundo pi-
so de la casa despus de haberse
despedido, momentos antes, de
algunso visitantes.
Echandi. quien se encontraba
en la oficina de la Cancillera
en el momento que* ocurri la
exposin declar: "Esos son ga-
jes del oficio". El Canciller se
mostr sorprendido por el aten-
tado y dijo que no haba reci-
bido amenaza alguna.
chilenas, como las uvas, cirue-
las, melones, Lavllla dijo que
estn llegando "casi en el mis-
mo volumen"- que el ao pasa-
do. Pero expres dudas que se-
rn tan fcil venderlas al deta-
lle como el ao pasado antes de
comenzar la guerra de Corea.
si Libro Blanco.
Donovan habl a travs de
una red de emisoras de los Es-
lados Unidos, y dijo que la gue-
rra subversiva haba sido lleva-
da a cabo por la Unin Soviti-
ca contra los Estados Unidos
desde 1945.
Donovan defini este tipo de
guerra como ua "guerra de
maniobras por medio subversi-
vos a la cual slo hacen falta
las hostilidades abiertas."
Aunque este tipo de guerra ha
sido empleado a travs de los
siglos y fu modernizado por
Pifie- v Mussolini mediante el
uso de la propaganda y la quin-*
ta columna. Stalin le ha agre-
gado algo ms, dijo Donovan.
El orador dijo que el jefe ruso
mantiene su ejrcKo rojo como
una amenaza y emplea sus ma-
niobras subversivas en el campo
principal de ataque.
AQU NO HAY ETIQUETA.Est bien que una bayoneta no es
un cubierto adecuado, pero estos artilleros tienen que sacarle
el mayor provecho a sus racionen en el Frente Central Coreano.
Ellos son los soldados Richard Haskell v Lee James, del Octavo
Ejrcito.
El costo de la vida en los
Estados Unidos ha reducido
mercado de la Amrica Latina
primera distribucin de arrtjz se
efectuarn otras hasta tanto
sean allmenados odos los habi-
tantes de Sel.
Adems los funcionaros de
las Naciones Unidas estn en-
viando camas y material para
un hospital de 45 camas en
Sel.
Las Naciones Unidas estn
enviando cantidades adicionales
de arroz y semillas para ayudar
los agricultor; a reconstruir
rus cosechas Se hace asi mis-
mo esfuerzos para rehabilitar
los sistemas de electricidad e
irrigacin.
La ocupacin de Sel por las
Naciones Unidas la semana pa-
sada seal li cuarta ocasir"
en que la ciudad ha cambiado
r> manos desde la aere'in co-
munista el 25 de Junio. La ciu-
dad ha sufrido cuantiosos da-
Aos durunte ls dos veces fue
'.ia estado bajo la ocupacin
r-i.munista.
NUEVA YORK, marzo 24 UP
El alto costo d la *
Estados Unidos ha reducido en
gran grado el mer
tas sur-americanas, en la opi-
nin de los miporiaciure., ue
Nueva York.
Algunos pronostican una mer-
ma de ms de 40 por ciento, por
La Unin Sovitica
lleva a cabo una
'Guerra Subversiva1
WASHINGTON, Marzo (USISi
Una excelente descripcin
acerca de cmo la Unin Sovi-
tica est llevando a cabo un ti-
po de guerra "subversiva" est
contenida en el Libro Blanco
yugoeslavo, segn declara Wi-
lliam J. Donovan, exdirector de
la Oficina de Servicios Estrat-
gicos de los Estados Unidos du-
rante la segunda guerra mun-
dial.
El Libro Blanco fu expedido
por el gobierno yugoeslavo el 9
de marzo. En ese documento se
menciona a siete paises satli-
tes del soviet como participan-
tes en actividades agresivas
contra Yugoeslavla. Los 29 ca-
sos de provocacin de las na-
Alta Presin Sanguneo
81 1* Alt* Presin Sanculnea 1
raima mareo*, dolores en el enrasn,
dolores de cabeza, dificultad para
respirar, indigestin, palpitaloni y
tobillos Inflamados, I'd. puede lograr
alivio casi Instantneo de r>*itos sln-
toma* peliiToaoa con HYNO^t. Pida
HYNOX en su farmacia favorita hnv
mismo y se se-ntlr afioa ma* jovea
daaU-0 da pocos dlaa.
ejemplo, en la importacin de c'?ne* ""l"**- baJo la dlrec'
las peras argentinas Aunque las clon del 8ovlet' se enumeran en
frutas chilenas han llegado en
volumen "casi normal", se pre-
veen dificultades en su venta
al pblico.
El importador Edmund Water-
man dijo que existe abundan-
cia de peras nacionales, creada
aparentemente por el alto costo
de la vida. Dijo que debido al
alto costo del a vida, el pbli-
co no est comprando frutas.
Adolfo Lavllla. otro importan-
te Importador, dijo que cuando
el pblico tiene que pagar 80
o ms centavos por libra de ca-
f, y 60 centavos por libra de
uvas, tiende a considerar el ca-
f una necesidad y las uvas co-
mo un lujo.
Lavllla dijo que las peras chi-
lenas llegan en cantidad muy
reducida y tienen poco merca-
do Dijo que una de las diflcul-
txdes mayores es la inexperien-
cia de los exportadores chilenos
en materia de envase de esa
fnta. Declar que tendrn que
meiorar mucho los envases an-
*"> de poder ampliar el merca-
do.
En cuanto a las dems frutas
Gracias
or hiierait librado
de la coastipieii!
"No escribo pars obtener una re-
compensa, sino para Jarles Us gra-
cia. All Bran me ha curado el
estreimiento. |Es
maravilloso!" Pala-
bras de la seora B.
Meuler. 94 Maxwell
Ave.. Rochester II.
N Y. Un testimonio
mis de los centena-
res de personas que
toman All-Bran. Si Is'conrtipscion
que usted sufre se debe a falta de
volumen, tome disrismente uns
onza de AU-Bran y beba mucha
agua durante el da. Muy pronto
notar usted slivio. All-Bran es
un delicioso alimento.
ntfORA EL NICO RELOJ
que USTED mismo puede regular!
EL NUEVO LAWONT RECLAVIT
CON EL EXTRAORDINARIO
REGULADOR EXTERIOR
Psra lograr vtrdsdtrs precisin
cada reloj de pulsen debe ser jus-
tado a los hbitos individuales del
dueo. La casa Ltmont, fabricantes
de magnficos relojes por dcadas,
ka perfeccionado el nico reloj que
asted mismo puede regular. Sin tener que
abrir la cajasin necesidad de herramientas
o destreza usted puede sjustar el Lamoot
REGLAVIT de manera que funcione coa
exact idud de fraccin de segundo.
II Lamom REGLA VIT, *n una fina raja de acare
7 cromo, con movimiento de precision de 17 ra-
bes. Impermeable, de construccin a prueba de
impacto, an ti magntico, coa segundero si centro,
cs-istaJ irrompible.
PARA JUSTARLO: Isa eaa
la niee que llene que hacer:
leerle ana moneda a eual-
qnirr objeto delgado en la raa-
ara fae ee eneaealra en la
parle de atrs del reloj. Dele
varita hara la direccin indi-
cada. ara para que camine
ms ligero a ms despacio, se-
ga* ae i atora.
RI
AMONT
COMMNSAMATIC
De venta en las joyeras de distincin
PIDA UHA DEMOSTRACIN DE ESTE RELOJ EXTRAORDINARIO
[FRENCH
Nuevas obras para
galera nacional
de arte en EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, Marzo IUSIS
Una exhibicin de pinturas,
esculturas y bronce pequeos
que representan la obra de los
artistas europeos de los siglos 13
y 19 est atrayendo extraordi-
naria cantidad de visitantes a
la Galera Nacional de Artes
aqu.
Ms de 16.000 personas asis-
tieron a la apertura de la exhi-
bicin' el domingo. Los tesoros
artsticos fueron comprados du-
rante los ltimos cincos aos por
la Fundacin Samuel H. Kress,
y se dice que figuran entre las
ms valiosos de los Estados Uni-
dos.
Se espera que la mayor parte
de la coleccin Kress quedar
permanentemente en la Galera
Nacional.
Los visitantes llenaron el ala
oriental de la Galera donde M
exhibe la Coleccin Kress poco
despus de abrirse la exhibicin,
y desde entonces grandes can-
tidades de visitantes han concu-
rrido a los salones.
las enmruados de la Galera
Nacional informan que el lienzo
ms popular parecen ser "Pie
tp.", por Moreto da Brescia, ar-
tista del renacimiento italianc
La exhibicin consiste de 11!
ouadros. 18 esculturas y ms d<
1.400 bronces pequeos, medalla;
y placas.
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER.
Algo ESPECIAL!
UNA BELLA SORTIJA de or
slido con brillantes,
al bajo precio de
B .12.50
FACILIDADES DE PAGO.
Nuevo y muy favorable
sistema de Club.
HAWAI I
La Joyera de Confianza
AVE. CENTRA!. 56
tameMs Cargas.
cm mayor rapidez y o menor costo!
GENERAL
HAS KI10METI0S OMNALES
MAS KILMETROS BE RENOVACIN
En las llantas General cada parte es concebida para
funcionar en harmona con todas las dems . para
amortiguar como una sola unidad los impactos y con
menor esfuerzo, para soportar ms cargas, para limi-
tar reventones, para dar mas kilometraje en mayor
seguridad. Hay una llanta General distinta para ca-
da Urea . Ideada para hacer mejor esta tarea par-
ticular. Consltenos para que le ayudemos a seleccio-
nar en llanta General correcta para su servicio es-
peclaL
GUARDIA CIA. S.A.
PANAMA
COLON


PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA"- IHARIO INDlPENDliNtB
rPlBQUkO. marzo 14 11 )
CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Sano, que puede trabajar.
7Cuerpos qumicos.
13De baja estatura.
14Ave domstica.
15Nota musical.
16Exista.
17Organizacin de Naciones
Occidentales.
18Medida china, Inv.
19Nombre de mujer.
21Yerno de Mahoma.
22Amarra.
23Piel de la cara.
24La unidad.
26Caudillo rabe.
28Para asar.
20Del verbo arar.
30Hiciera sus nidos.
32Deja fuera.
35Error de los sentidos o del
entendimiento.
39Cometo un pecado.
40Ave de Mxico.
^41Rece.
42Letra castellana.
43rbol de Venezuela.
44Conducto acutico.
48Nota musical.
.47Autillo.
;48Ratero, Abv.
49Caso de pronombre.
50Polos positivos.
32Imperativo de oponer.
84Peza.
85Vehculo antiguo.
9Repetido, provincia de
Filipinas.
10Negacin.
11Prescindir.
12Echara sal.
20Del verbo Izar.
21Que no causa dolor.
22Propietaria.
24Cantn de Suiza.
25Del verbo ser.
27Antecedente.
28Letra castellana.
29Agrupacin Revolucionarla
Universitaria, Inlc.
31Igual al 21 horizontal.
32Dramas musicales.
33Cabellos sueltOB.
34Alce.
36Elemento electroltico.
37Dementes.
38Nombre de mujer.
40Del verbo acosar.
43Caldo espeso.
44Abrigo sin mangas.
45 Igual al 43 vertical.
47Composlcjn potica.
48Ave fabulosa.
51Rio de Siberia.
53Nordeste, Abv.
SOI ('(ION DI ATER
l4^.
VERTICALES:
1Para indicar la direccin
del viento.
2Relaciones por aos.
3Articulo.
4Nombre de mujer.
5Del verbo dorar.
6Constelacin.
7Dios de la belleza
masculina.
8Cacahuete.
PJ'JLJH UMLIU Ud'J
Se indica que las lluvias
ao comenzarn bastante
nnm rano in'i
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Estaciones de Meteorologa
se proyectan instalar en
diez puntos de la Repblica
En el Ministerio de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e Industrias te
dijo a EL PANAMA AMERICA
que los doce estudiantes que
siguen un curso terlco-prac-
tico de meteorologa, provienen
de distintos lugares de la Re-
pblica.
Segn dichos Informes, todos
han pasado el primer ciclo de
escuela secundarla, algunos de
ellos han completado la Escue-
la Secundarla y hay unos que
ya estn en el segundo ao
de .nuestra Universidad de Pa-
nam.
Una vez hayan terminado sus
estudios sern reasignados a 10
estaciones metereolgicas que se
tiene en proyecto. Dichas esta-
clones estarn ubicadas en Pa-
NORMAS
' "Lo* Corresponsal** deberai
reirse a laa vas desapasiona-
da norr.vas period 1st lea* Oebei
enviar al peridico loa asunte
7 noticias mis Interesantes qe>
afecten a la comunidad. En ah
Into m trata de ana porta
dad oara hacer determinada-
campaa* politices
nam, Tocumen, Chitr. Cerro
Campana, Santiago, David, Bo-
cas del Toro, Coln, Mandinga
y La Palma, probablemente.
Se piensa con base en estas
diez estaciones, iniciar estudios
de altitud y determinacin de
punto geogrfico de todos los
pueblos de la Repblica, ade-
ms de llevar las medidas me-
tereolgicas en las reas en que
estn situadas las estaciones.
Los datos sern de gran uti-
lidad para la agricultura, avia-
cin y geografa mdica del
pals.
Reunin Importante
Los inspectores, auxiliares y
supervisores de las Provincias
Escolares de Panam y Coln;
el Inspector Auxiliar Supervi-
sor de la Provincia de Chl-
rlqui y el profesor Ovidio de
Len S.. invitan formalmente a
los dems inspectores, auxilia-
res y supervisores de la Rep-
blica, a una reunin que se
efectuar en la Inspeccin Pro-
vincial de Educacin de Pana-
m, el martes 27 de los co-
rrientes a las 10 de la maana.
Panam, marzo 22 de 1SS1
El Ministerio de
Agricultura hace
esta advertencia
El Ministerio de Agricultura,
por intermedio de iu depar-
tamento metercolglco, est
comprobando que ste ser un
ao anormal desde el punto de
vista metercolglco. Esta situa-
cin es general para todo Cen-
tro Amrica y la olla trmica
del Caribe y por tanto para
nuestro Istmo.
Esta anormalidad tiene su
origen en los cambios de co-
rrientes metereolgicas de las
capas elevadas "de Intensos
frentes polares que han ba-
rrido el hemisferio norte du-
rante el invierno con intensas
nevadas, cuyos efectos de vien-
tos alisios del noreste,han Ue-
Sado fros hasta el ecuador,
arriendo la olla trmica del
Caribe con serlas perturbacio-
nes", fuimos informados en A-
grlcultura.
Es decir, las intensas neva-
das, que han bajado mucho 'al
Sur de los Estados Unidos, han
modificado la condicin mte-
reolglca en Centro Amrica.
Segn las estadsticas mete-
reolgicas que se llevan en la
Zona del Canal, se nos Infor-
m, y actualmente en nuestro
pas, las presiones baromtri-
cas arrojan una. medida men-
sual de 757.59 milmetros para
enero, 768.41 para febrero y
758.03 para marzo y los apa-
ratos del Ministerio 'de Agri-
cultura estn registrando pre-
siones ms bajas que las es-
peradas. La diferencia se regis-
tra an en las mximas y m-
nimas que deben encontrarse
llarlamente. Por ejemplo el
.uevea Santo, a las nueve de
la maana, se registr 760.01
milmetros de presin barom-
trica cuando debi esperar
760.50.
In cuanto a la temperatu-
ra se vienen registrando algu-
nas dcimas por debajo de la
media esperada a la sombra,
que para los meses de enero,
febrero y marzo es de 71.05,
17.60 y.. 18.15 respectivamente.
En cambio, la humedad re-
lativa a la sombra viene regis-
trando en los aparatos de Me-
tereologia del Ministerio de A-
grlcultura valores ms altos que
la media mensual que para
enero, febrero y marzo debe-
ran ser 78, 76 y 72 por ciento.
Por ejemplo, se ha llegado a
tener una humedad relativa
hasta de 90 por ciento, por lo
que se produjo el fenmeno
por todos observados aqui de
un verano con lluvia, con la
consiguiente precipitacin de
lluvia, que lleg en un da a
tres pulgadas de agua.
De todas estas observacio-
nes, el Departamento de Me-
teorologa concluye que tendre-
mos un verano corto y que las
lluvias empezarn t e m prano.
Segn los clculos de proba-
bilidades a base de previas ex-
periencias, en la cual la cola-
boracin de los registros de la
Zona del Canal han sido de
gran ayuda, y las perturba-
clones actuales es muy posible
que haya un mximo de llu-
vias en el mes de agosto y
que en el ao caigan alrede-
dor de 1600 litros de agua por
metro cuadrado (setenta pul-
este
temprano
ESCUELAS PARA EL INTERIOR. La educacin hay quo llevarla a todos los rincones del
pas. He aqui una vista de los trabajos que a* adelantan en San Francisco d* Veraguas
para la construccin de una moderna, escuela qae consulte todos los adelantos de la tcnica.
Esta escuela ser terminada en Mayo, al inicio del ao escolar, y cientos de alumnos ingre-
sarn en sus aulas para beneficio de nueotra patria.
Una nueva treta contra los
pjaros pondrn en prctica
Se estn haciendo recomendaciones a los campesinos para
que prueben una nueva treta contra los pjaros que destruyen
las cosechas, fuimos informados hoy.
Segn parece, una experiencia' realizada con los- pericos ha
tenido buen xito con los pjaros arroceros entre algunos cam-
pesinos y la idea se est extendiendo rpidamente.
La treta consiste en matar unos cuantos pjaros y colgarlos
de tal manera que se vean varios de ellos pendientes, en distin-
tos sectores de los lugares en donde la cosecha se est efectuan-
do.
Muy posiblemente la treta tambin se aplique aqui contra
las golondrinas.
gadas por metro cuadrado) en
este ao de 1951, situacin que
es muy probable que contine
durante 1962 para descender en
1953, ao en que quiz caiga
menos de 50 pulgadas de agua
por. metro cuadrado, es decir
menos de 1100 litros de agua
por metro cuadrado.
En el Ministerio de Agricul-
tura se nos dijo que el depar-
tamento metereolglco est re-
cibiendo toda clase de facili-
dades y cooperacin de los as-
trnomos de la Zona del Ca-
nal, Clarence H. True y Earle
O. Daily y que por ejemplo los
trabajos astronmicos se han
realizado en el observatorio de
Miraflores desde- hace un ao
Se lleva una estadstica de fl- ;
sica solar y se han observa-
do el retorno de las manchas
perturbadoras y fculas, por lo
i que se espera que tengamos
(nubosidad y prximas lluvias.
El Departamento ha encontra-
do las siguientes fosas u ollas
de gran precipitacin acuosa
anual: El Valle de Antn, Bo- i
cas del Toro. Mandinga y La
Palma.
Se recomienda a los agricul-
tores que comiencen sus siem-
bras temprano en vista del es-
tado metereolglco actual.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
'LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
The Chase National Bank
of th. City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5^83,000,000.00
Transacciones Banca ras en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL CN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Vos EtpeciaUamo en el Financiamiento de
Importacin* y Exportacin*
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado,
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsito* semanales de B/.0.25; B/.0.50; B .1.00
y B .5.00, por un periodo de cuarentiocho (48)
mansa.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle 'T*
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
0. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub- Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln
Realizan ensayos
en Divisa con el
frjol de soya
El Departamento de Agrono-
ma del Instituto Nacional de
Agricultura, bajo la direccin
del mg. Agrnomo Bernardo
Ocaa est realizando una serie
de ensayos y experimentos con
el cultivo del frijol "SOYA",
grano de gran valor Industrial
y nutritivo.
Son 15 las variedades de So-
ya de los Estados Unidos que
se estn cultivando para ver
cual o cuales se adaptan con
mayor facilidad a nuestras con-
diciones de clima y suelos.
Del frijol 8oya se puede extraer
aceite para muchos productos
industriales y el residuo que
queda "torta", que tiene un alto
porcentaje de proteina se pue-
de usar para alimento del sa-
nado. \
De comprobar que el frijol So-
ya es fcil de cultivar en gran
escala en nuestro pais. hay mu-
chas posibilidades de que in-
dustriales de los Estado Uni-
dos vengan a establecer algu-
nas industrias a nuestro pas.
Ensayo similares al del Soya,
se estn haciendo con 14 va-
riedades de maiz de Cuba, El
Salvador, Ecuador y Per.
Corresponsal.
La Zona piensa incrementar
sus compras de productos de
agricultura en la Repblica
Iniciarn jira de estudio por el interior de la
Repblica representantes de Panam y la Zona
Un grupo de representantes
de la Repblica de Panam y
de la Zona del Canal se dedi-
car durante las dos semanas
prximas en hacer un estudio
de las probabilidades de poder
obtener diversos productos agr-
colas de las provincias occiden-
tales de Panam, partiendo des-
de la Zona del Canal hasta la
frontera con costa Rica, Es el
objeto primordial de esta Jira
determinar si se pueden Incre-
mentar las compras por parte
de la Zona del Canal de pro-
ductos nacionales tales como la
fruta fresca, legumbres, made-
ra, ganado, arroz, azcar, forra-
je para res, y otros.
Se com ponda la representa-
cin de los seores Macarlo
Soils del Ministerio de Agricul-
tura; P. R. Johnson, Sub-Dlrec-
tor del Servicio de Abasteci-
miento; Dr, C. C. Clay, Gerente
de la Lechera Mlndi, y del Ma-
yor B. N. Foiling, Consejero Ve-
terinario del Ministerio de Agri-
cultura.
Esta Jira por las industrias
agrcolas de la Repblica, vie-
ne a raz de otra que fu lti-
mamente hecha a las cercanas
repblicas de la Amrica Cen-
tral por representantes del Ca-
nal de Panam. El grupo parti-
r el lunes en la maana por
carro para estar de regreso po-
co ms o menos el da 7 de
abril.
Se investigarn especialmen-
te las posibilidades que existan
de poder conseguir ganado para
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Cordelia Urriola
seguir luchando
en reinado tpico
La gentil y simptica repre-
sentante del Valle de la Luna,
seorita Codelia Urriola, la can-
dldata de ms simpata y admi-
radores en. el Reinado Tipleo
Nacional, que trlunfalmente ha
organizado la confederacin de
f-ociedades Cvicas Interioranas,
manifiesta al pblico en gene-
ral y en especial a los que es-
tn dispuestos a colocarle la co-
rona del triunfo, que seguir
luchando hasta el final y que
los comentarlos surgidos en tor-
no a su renuncia o ha sido ms
que una mala interpretacin co-
mo consecuencia de la aclara-
cin hecha por el Dr. Prieto,
pero que solucionado este pro-
blema por la Confederacin,
continuar triunfando en las
actividades organizadas por su
uevo comit; dispuesto a colo-
carla en el sitial que le corres-
ponde, por los multiples dones
Jue posee para reina nacional.
, la vez, nace un llamado a
sus colaboradores Inmediatos, a-
mlgos y simpatizadores y tam-
bin a la Sociedad HOVECU y
otras entidades cvicas que la
respaldaban, que vuelvan a la
lucha, no slo por su triunfo si-
no por xito del reinado, que
tiene un cariz nacional en pro
de la salud y bienestar del cam-
pesinado panameo.
'LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
sacrificarlo durante el ao en*
tero sin tener por ello que re-
querir reas de pastura pea
el ganado que se vaya a sacri-
ficar en la Zona del Canal. Por
ms que el Canal ha continua-
do con la norma de adquirir
care de res del pais en canti-
dades obtenibles sobre un pe-
riodo de varios aos, rara vea
ha sido posible obtener un su-
ministro adecuado de carne de
res gorda durante todo un ao
entero. Esto ha dado lugar a
la necesidad de tener que va-
lerse la Divisin de Comisarla*
tos de carne congelada par su-
plir los requerimientos de este
departamento.
En vista de laa recientes res-
tricciones sobre la Importacin
de carne de rea de pases en
que prevalece la fiebre atosa,
se tendr que desarrollar nue-
vas fuentes para este praduc*
to. Pero aparte de esto, y de*
bido a la preferencia de los con*
sumidores en general, loa fun*
clonarlos de la Divisin de Co-
misariatos contemplan emplear
carne de res fra en ves de con-
gelada. Mas antes de que se
pueda poner esto en prctica,
se requerir un abastecimiento
continuo de ganado gordo que
se pueda sacrificar durante to-
do un ao entero.
Se llevarn a cabo observa*
clones especiales en las reas de
principal produccin de frutas,
vegetales, caf y azcar para
determinar si han habido cam-
bios materiales algunos en las
condiciones observadas a prlncl-
Elos del ao pasado cuando sf
izo Jira semejante a provin-
cias del interior. Se visitarn
animismo, aserraderos para ob-
tener datos sobre el abasteci-
miento de madera que ae vaya
a utilizar en las edificaciones de
viviendas que contempla el Ca-
nal hacer durante los prximos
aos.
Be hicieron loe arreglos para
la Jira con la colaboracin del
Ministerio de Agricultura, Co-
mercio e Industria, y la Emba-
jada de los Estados Unidos en
Panam.
El itinerario de la Jira qua
tiene como propsito inspec-
cionar lecheras, ranchos, ase-
rraderos, y centros agrcolas, ea
el siguiente: lunes,.26 de mar-
zo! San Carlos, Antn, y Agua-
dulce; 27 de marzo: Divisa; 28
de marzo: Oc y Santiago: 29
y 30 de marzo: Remedios; 31 de
marzo al 3 de abril: David, Con-
cepcin, El Hato. Boquete y El
Volcn; 4 de abril: Santiago v,
Divisa; .5 y de .abril;. Chitr,
Las Tablas, y Pes; 7 de abril;
Chitr y El Valle.
.....ii
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El buen
automovilista
no llama
a sus amigos
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SBADO, MARZO 4. 1951
sTL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
f\eaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfoa -!
ORAS: t:N a !:* aja.
Apartado 114
"O'Globo" de! Brasil dice que
en el caso de "La Prensa" no
debe intervenir los extraos
Para lot Estado* Unid**
En viaje de placer siguieron
para los Estados Unidos el r.
Luis Monz y Sri. Nena de Mon-
z, a quienes despedimos muy
atentamente.
Un rato paseo deseamos al
Sr. Johnnv Palm y Sra. Julle
Ann de Palm quienes partieron
para los Estados Unidos donde
pasarn una temporada de va-
caciones.
Para Casta Rica
Grato paseo deseamos al Sr.
Zcenlo Aguilera quien por la
va area sigue para San Jos
de Costa Rica.
Despus de corta permanencia
entre nosotros sigue para San
Jos de Costa Rica, lugar de su
residencia, el Dr. Alexis Agero.
Le deseamos un feliz viaje.
Para Cali
' Despedimos muy atentamente
al Sr. Arturo Lince quien sigue
para Cali. Colombia, en vale de
vacaciones.
De Nicaragaa
Presentamos nuestro atento
saludo de bienvenida a los J-
venes Ramiro y Gustavo Abaun-
za. quienes procedentes de Ma-
nagua. Nicaragua, se encuentran
en Panam.
Bodas de Plata
Celebran hoy sus Bodas de
Plata el Sr. Alfredo de Alba y
Sra. EsUda Raquel de de Aja.
Vayan para ellos nuestras feli-
citaciones en esta grata ocasin.
saron varios das de descanso, el
Dr. Eduardo Chlri y Sra. Ca-
rolina M. de Chlarl.
Del Valla
Despus de haber pasado el
fin de semana en el Valle, hues-
sdes de la Sra. Mercedes C. de
leta. se encuentran de nuevo
en esta ciudad el H D. Aquilino
Boyd y Sra. Dorlta B. de Boyd.
Advenimientos
8e encuentra de plcemes con
el arribo de* su primognito, el
hogar del Sr. Ernesto de la
Guardia y Sra. Gloria Carbone
de de la Guardia. Nuestras fe-
licitaciones para los dichosos
padres y una larga vida llena
de veturas para el recin na-
cido.
Nuestras ms sinceras felici-
taciones para el Sr. Elmer Willi-
am Bierbaum v Sra. Marv Rv-
mond de Bierbaum por el feliz
advenimiento de una preciosa
nilta ocurrido con toda felici-
dad en el Hospital Panam.
Un robusto varonclto alegra
el hogar del Sr. Osear Vlllalaz
y Sra. Elsa Cecilia de Vlllalaz
El feliz suceso tuvo lugar ayer
Para Ctaltr
Siguieron para Chltr a pasar
la 8emana Santa las Srtas. Ce-
cilia Linares, Rosita y Anita
Sedda. Catalina Valle y el Joven
Pablo Arosemena.
Pasan la Semana Santa en
Chltr el Sr. Mariano Sosa Jr.
v 8ra. Mara de Jann de Sosa.
Para Tabega
. Siguieron para la Isla de las
Flores a pasar los das santos
el Sr. Juan R. Morales v 8ra.
Leticia V. de Morale.
De Tabofa
Han regresado de Taboga don-
Nueva directiva de
sindicato de los
obreros cerveceros
El Sindicato de Trabajadores
de la Industria Cervecera, eli-
gi el tres del actual, la nue-
va directiva que habr de re-
gir los destinos del Sindicato
durante el perodo de 1951-52,
resultando elegidos los siguien-
tes seores:
Secretarlo Oral.. Arturo Sau-
cedo; sub-secretarlo, Roberto
Molina; secretarlo de organiza-
cin, Arturo Ryall; aub-secreta-
rio, Basilio Quintero; secreta-
rio de Educacin y deportes.
Juan Barros; sub-secretarlo,
Juan Saucedo; secretario de
Defensa y Trabajo, Reyes Te-
Jada; sub-secretarlo,' Jos Val-
verde; secretarlo de Finanzas,
Ramon M. Valds; sub-secreta-
rlo. Jos de la Rosa Rodriguez;
secretarlo de Prensa y Propa-
ganda, Guillermo Vlllanueva;
aub-secretarlo, Alfonso Morales;
secretarlo de Actas y Corres-
pondencia, Manuel Ma ?, H.;
sub-secretarlo, Delfn < Justo.
Traman hablar en
la Conferencia de
les Cancilleres
WASHINGTON, Marzo (U8IS)
El Presidente Truman pro-
nunciar un discurso en la se-
sin de apertura de la Reunin
dt Consulta de los Ministros de
Relaciones Exteriores de las
Naciones Americanas el lunes
prximo aqui
Este anuncio fu hecho por
1 senador Tom Connally, Pre-
sidente del Comit de Relacio-
nes Exteriores del Senado, des-
pus de una conferencia de los
miembros del Comit con el Se-
cretario de Estado Dean Acne-
son y el Secretario Auxiliar
Edward O. Miller Jr. El Sena-
dor Connally dijo que en esta
reunin se trat sobre el tema-
rlo de la prxima conferencia
y sobre la poltica de los Esta-
das Unidos con respecto a cada
punto.
El Senador Connally dijo qua
el Comit de Relaciones Zxte-
rlorea "desea dar la bienvenida
a los distinguidos representan-
tas de nuestro buenos vecinos
en Washington y desearles xi-
to en las importantsimas la-
bores que abordan en estos mo-
mentos decisivos de la historia
del mundo", y agreg:
"Espero, y s que asta espe-
ranza la comparten los otros
miembros del comit, que esta
cuarta reunin de consulta da-
r por resultado una colabora-
cin ms estrecha entre las re-
pblicas americanas en el de-
sempeo de la defensa del
mundo libre."
Connally dijo que el Secreta-
rlo Acheson representar a los
Estados Unidos en la conferen-
cia.
La Asamblea de la
ONU se reunir en
Pars en Noviembre
LAKE SUCCESS, marzo 34.
IU8I6). Al aceptar una in-
vitacin hecha por el gobier-
no francs, la Asamblea Gene-
ral de las Naciones Unidas ha
decidido celebrar su sexta re-
unin regular en Pars el 6 de
noviembre.
La decisin, a la cual se lle-
g el martes, se ajusta al plan
anteriormente aprobado por la
ONU de celebrar su prxima
sesin en Europa al aprobar
la resolucin presentada por el
presidente de la asamblea, Nas-
rollah Entezam, de Irn, los de-
legados decidieron suspender la
regla segn la cual las sesio-
nes deben comenzar el tres de
septiembre. El gobierno francs
estipul el 6 de noviembre co-
mo fecha-para la apertura.
La Asamblea, que anterior-
mente se reuni en Pars en
1947, convino tambin en la
sugestin de Francia en el sen-
tido de que las labores de la
prxima Asamblea se comple-
ten en Pars aun cuando para
ello las sesiones tengan que
continuar hasta febrero de 1932.
"Ser fortalecida
la solidaridad
de las Americas"
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
lUSIS). La promesa de que
Mxico "expresar un amplio
espritu de colaboracin" en la
Conferencia de Ministros de
Relaciones Exteriores America-
nos que se inicia aqui el lunes,
ha sido formulada por el can-
ciller mexicano, doctor Manuel
Tello.
El ministro de relaciones ex-
teriores mexicano habl a los
periodistas a su llegada de M-
xico en tren, acompaado por
los dems miembros de la de-
legacin de su pas. El Dr. Tello
es el 5o. Canciller en llegar a
Washington, siendo los otros los
de Colombia, Ecuador, Panam
y Paraguay.
Por una huelga se
paralizan trenes
en toda Francia
PARIS, marzo 24. (UP).
Unos 450 mil obreros se encuen-
tran fuera de sus trabajas
mientras una huelga general ha
parallaado el sistema ferrovial lo
francs, en una de las peores
crisis obreras en los tlmot
dos aos.
Todava estn corriendo los
trenes de larga distancia, aun-
que llegan con retraso. Pero en
general, la huelga a afectarlo
seriamente la economa dJ
Francia, asi como sus planes
uc rearme.
en la Clnica San Fernando. Fe-
licitamos a los dichos padres.
Enferma
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam la Sra. Ana de Him, a
quien deseamos una rpida y
completa mejora.
Restablecidos
Con suma complacencia ano-
tamos el restablecimiento de la
Sra. Laura de Toledano, quien
abandon la Clnica San Fer-
nando donde estuvo recluida por
varios das.
' S encuentra restablecido de
las dolencias que lo obligaron a
guardar cama en su residencia,
e! nlfllto Ricardo Enrique Zu-
bieta.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Ana Barrios de Estripaaut,
Sra. Ana de la Ouardla. Sr. Ra-
fael Prez Molina, nia Lupita
seplveda Diez, nia Mlreya
Emperatriz Martino.
Srta. Judith Snchez Caldern
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Dora Z- de Chevalier,
31ni Aur *rn9rrTict" Mm?*
RIO DE JANEIRO, Marzo 24
(UP)El vespertino "O Globo"
dice que el caso de La Prensa
de Buenos Aires "no es ms que
un caso de poltica nacional, la-
mentablemente poltico, pero de
poltica interna, cuyo debate no
corresponde a los Gobiernos ex-
tranjeros, a menos que los Orga-
nismos internacionales capaci-
tados para tal, tomen una po-
sicin al respecto".
Despus de expresar su soli-
daridad con La Prensa, dice que
no considera que el asunto deba
llevarse a la Conferencia de
Cancilleres Americanos y que
la delegacin Brasilea no pue-
de hacerse cargo de llevarlo por
que la delegacin Argentina lo
considerara, y con razn, "de
hostilidad a su Gobierno".
CHICAGO, Marzo 24 (UP)El
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
"Chicago Sun Times" en un edi-
torial acerca La Prensa de Bue-
nos Airea, dice que "Pern ha
borrado algo ms que una gran
empresa privada. Ha hecho ms
que quitar a sus dueos una
imprenta. Ha quitado al pueblo
argentino su derecho a la pren-
sa Ubre. Finalmente le ha nega-
do a sus compatriotas el derecho
a la verdad y a la informacin
sin ingerencia de aquellos que
dominan en el Gobierno".
Dr. SERGIO GONZALEZ R.
OCULISTA
CLNICA: Avenida Central No. 118
TELEFONO 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG"
CaUe 6a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA DESDE EL 26 DE MARZO.
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Directora Prop.
WASHINGTON", Marzo 24 (U.
P.) El "Washington Post" dice
en, un editorial que la suspen-
sin de La Prensa de Buenos
Aires est muy lejos de ser "un
asunto interno". Es un caso en
que el Gobierno norte-america-
no tiene necesariamente que
sentirse Interesado porque "La
rensa", ms que una luz es un
faro. Es un ejemplo de la pren-
sa libre en todo el mundo de
habla espaola, una fuente de
noticias para toda Latino-Am-
rica. 81 esta luz se apaga perma-
nentemente, habr que retirar
de todo el continente una in-
fluencia establllzadora".
MONTEVIDEO, Marzo 24 (UP)
El diarlo catlico "El Bien P-
blico" elogia la propuesta del
Crculo de Prensa de ofrecer a
los periodistas de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires las columnas de
los diarios Uruguayos para que
puedan ofrecer sus puntos de
Vista sobre los asuntos argen-
tinos y agrega que esta actitud
es la que deben asumir los co-
legas de un pas que aprecia y
defiende las libertades".
MEXICO. Marzo 24 (UP)El
"Universal" dice edltorialmente
que "ninguna fuerza de convic-
cin encierra la versin oficial
del Gobierno argentino de que
el caso de La Prensa constitu-
ye un conflicto entre la empre-
sa editora y el sindicato de tra-
bajadores".
Se hace distincin
a Nez Porruondo
"En la Embajada de Cuba
se ha recibido un despacho del
Ministerio de Estado de la Ha-
bana, en el que comunica, ;;ue
ti Embajador de Cuba en Pa-
nam, Dr. Emilio Nez Por-
tuondo, ha sido designado p-ir
el Excelentsimo 8. Presldcr.'e
de la Repblica, Dr. Carlos Pac
Socarras, Delegado Plenipoten-
ciario de Cuba a la CONFEREN-
CIA DE MINISTROS DE RELA-
CIONES EXTERIORES DE A-
MERICA que iniciar sus sesio-
nes en Washington el dia 26 ae
los corrientes".
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LA TARIFA PARA UNA SOLA CIUDAD, CON
DERECHO A VISITAR A SEIS
Todo con un slo Tiquete do Viajo Circular a ROMA!
Una escandalosa rebaja en los pasaje*.. .en el nue-
vo sistema de la KLM de "Paradas mltiples". Su
Tiquete de Viaje Circular le permite escoger entre
un viaje rpido y directo al lugar de su destino en
Europa, y efectuar paradas en-las ciudades com-
prendidas en su ruta...sin costo adicional. Porque
gracias a la vasta red de lneas de la KLM en
Europa * le brindan a Ud. mltiples variaciones.
Para ms Informes dirjase a:
BOYD BROTHERS Calle "L" No. 3,
Panam Tel. 2-2008. y todas las
agencias de viaje reconocidas.
LA WMWM UNA AUA
DL MUNDO
4 VUELOS SEMANALES
A TODA EUROPA
* IN LA RUTA OBI MOITI MI
CONITIUATION
* IN LA UTA MI tU POt
KLM
COMfAA MAl HOUNDISA
01 AVIACIN
Un rico vaso de M I LO obsequiar a todos los nios asistentes
NESTLE. .
En la Funcin Matinal de maana Domingo 25 en el Teatro "TROPICAL"
con el Debut de la Compaa de Espectculos Infantiles
- MECHA y COQUI -
en 1 maravilloso cuento de Hadas y Encantamientos
-:-PINOCHO-:-
y en la segunda parte el "TABLERO MGICO NESTLE"
con premios en dinero efectivo y otros grandes obsequios
PRECIOS para grandes y chicos......B/. 0.50 y 0.25
y las manifestaciones de sus I protesta, sino tambin la pro-
dos colegas diciendo que "ellas I testa de toda la conciencia li-
no representan solamente su bre del Brasil."
Al comentar la intervencin
del Parlamento, dice que "es
una curiosa manera de resolver,
un conflicto obrero-patronal que
de suyo exige solucin Jurisdic-
cional.
RIO DE JANEIRO. Marzo 24
(UP)Tres Senadores Brasile-
os, en discursos pronunciados
en el Senado protestaron por la
intervencin de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires.
El Senador Hamilton Noguel-
ra, miembro del Partido Unin
Democrtica Nacional, declar
que "los acontecimientos en Ar-
gentina en relacin con La
Prensa trascienden la political
de aquel pas porque daan la
savia de la democracia en lo
que sta tiene de substancial y
de admirable en su esencia evan
glica".
El Senador por el Partido Re-
publicano, Bernades Fllho dijo
por su parte que "lo que ocurre
all ha traspuesto las fronteras
de su territorio y entrado en el
dominio de la conciencia uni-
versal. Las sucesivas represalias
contra La Prensa no se armoni-
zan con las tradiciones de cul-
tura de aquella nacin".
El Senador por Unin Demo-
crtica, Ferrelra da Souza apo-
NIOS: TOMEN
JARABE RBANO YODADO
DE GRIMAULT
CRECERN SANOS Y FUERTES.
De Venta en Todas las Farmacias!
PIOJINA
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cabaa* y faito TclloMi da nat.tr a*, po,
jjina aa muy til n lodo korar, lobtt
todo i donde aaj ai (So. da caturla. aira,
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Sabe mejor!
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substancia hasta dejar un exqui-
sito caldo. A este caldo se le aade
fino arroz blanco y abundantes
trozos de pollo, tan tiernos que
casi se deshacen en la boca.
La Sopa de Pollo Campbell's
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grandes y chicos la sopa ideal
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de carcter politico en cuanto
al Distrito Capital, en donde los
partidos procuran siempre ganar
el dominio y favor popular, se
reduce en cifras a 1280 inscritos
por el Liberal. 512 por el So-
cialista, 2498 por el Revolucio-
narlo Independiente 1478 y por
el Frente Patritico; en el Dis-
trito.
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campo en Chorrtro (El Coco) Tal.
3-0255._____________________________
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n punto cntrico de la ciudad y
con magnifica clientela. Restouran-
tt y saln de billar situado entre
esquina calle 15 Este y Calle Ve-
raguas No. 25, ahi mismo infor-
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Miscelneas
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y acreditada Barbera en Pueblo
Nuevo. Informes coso 4153.
PERSONALES
Club de Amistad ofrecer baile en el
Hotel Panamericano, El Volle, or-
questa Jimmy Dunn, presentando
lo pareja de bailes de saln. Sba-
do Marzo 31, 8 p. m. B.0.75 por
persona. Para reservaciones, llame
Sr. Dunn 2-2446. Panam o 274-
3105.
MISCELNEA
S. IROUWERPintor da cosas, con-
trotisto. eoneios tcnicos, garan-
ti por jn ao. presupuestos grotis.
Tel 2-1276
Fue derrotado
sad o.
Sinembargo, la Fuerza Obrera
Socialista y las uniones autno-
mas que controlan cerca de 100
mil trabajadores ferroviarios,
ordenaron el retorno Inmediato
al trabajo. Esta orden puede
resultar en un retorno general
y la reanudacin de los servi-
cios ferroviarios en todo el pais.
Las uniones no-Comunistas de
las industrias de electricidad y
gas, tambin ordenaron a sus i
miembros regresar al trabajo.
Se espera que los trabajadores
de buses y trenes subterrneos
reanuden sus labores tambin
en Paris.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licodo o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de aguacate. De venta
en los farmacios y en los bueno
almacenes.
Se perdi avin

landa.
Los aviones que se encuen-
tran buscando el avin en el
Atlntico del Norte han divi-
sado varias balsas que se cree
pertenecen al desaparecido a-
vln, pero Informaron que no
hay seales de los 53 pasaje-
ros y tripulantes desaparecidos.
Un avin B-29 inform que
se haban visto seales de au-
xilio en el rea y varios para-
cadas flotando en medio de
las embravecidas olas, pero la
oscuridad hizo que se perdie-
ran de vista.
Las seales y las luces divi-
sadas han renovado las espe-
ranzas de que algunos de le*
hombres a bordo del gigantesco
avin hayan sobrevivido al de-
sastre. El Almirantazgo brit-
nico orden al submarino 'Thu-
le' a que se uniera a la pa-
trulla que busca los restos del
avin.
Las retaguardias
Las fuerzas del Octavo Ejr-
cito se encontraban casi al ia-
tio del Paralelo a todo lo laU'&c-
del frente de 140 millas en
Corea, excepto la saliente de
Uijonbgu. Las retaguardias co-
munistas no podrn hacer re-
istencia por mucho tiempo all
tampoco.
A unas 18 millas al nor-OsMte
de Uljongbu los tanques PaUon
y los paracaidistas entraron e.
accin alrededor de Munsan, v
cilez millas del Paralelo en 'a
bsqueda de los norcoreanu.-
pa aliada establecida ayer.
Cerca de tres mil paracai-.s-
tas del 187 Regimiento de Pa-
racaidistas saltaron al fren.
de la va principal de escape de
los norcorcanos a 20 milla ttl
nor-oeste de Sel, ayer, y ana
poderosa columna blindada se
es uni al atardecer.
La mayora de los 250.000 so1
dados rojos que se encontrado
en el rea se han escurrido o
lian dado un rodeo al bloquei
aliado, de acuerdo con un por-
tavoz del Octavo Ejrcito. 5i".
embargo, se han capturado unos
cien prisioneros hoy. y varios
tientos fueron muertos por las
tropas aliadas.
Parece que los comunistas se
estn atrincherando para ol a
resistenca al norte ,del Rio I..--
Jin. Justamente al norte di
Munsan y a poca distancia del
Paralelo 38. Una poderosa tuer-
ta blindada, al mando del Co-
sonel John S. Orowdon renov
su bsqueda de comunistas esta
maana.
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SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen-
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venida Primera de La Carrasquilla.
No. 55 (Villa Sofa; entrodo por
I Coolie del Teatro Edn, diago-
nal a la vio Belisario Porro.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia pora servicio familia cua-
tr poersonos mayores. Debe decir
con quien ho trabajado ontes. Tel-
fono 3-0779.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro co-
cinor, lavar, planchar. Calle 29 E.
No. 15, Apto. 2.
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de 5 7 a.m. Avenida Balboa y
Calle 33 eiejuma. Familia Romera.
SE NECESITA:Una coinero y una
sirvienta. Calle 48 No. 2. aparta-
mento 2.
SE VENDE
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SE VENDE:A precio de quemo, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
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: NLCESIFA:Cortodcr de vidrio.
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SE NECESITA:Mecangrafa que
pueda traducir en espaol e ingls,
muy bueno posicin. Entrevistos en
lo oficina del tomador de tiempo,
de 8 . m. a 5 p. m. Hotel El
Panam.
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ventanos. Va Porros No. 130.
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SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Piso entroda inde-
pendiente, No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, esquina, sala-comedor,
alambrado, $65. 56, Ave. Porras,
llave apartamento 3, Quijono, Calle
8. Na. 15. telfono 3-0234.
SF ALQUILA:Apartamento en A-
venida Per No. I. recmaro, sa-
la, comedor. B.65.00. Llame te-
lfono 3-2972.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
cloro, fresco. Colle Colorrtbio No.
8. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Uno pieza o matri-
monio responsable sin nios. Colle
7o. No. 11 segundo alto de 1 7
p.m.
LECCIONES
Estudiantes de piano principiantes y
avanzados. Aprendan o tocar pie-
zas populares por sistema rpido.
Studio Bennett. Calle Juan B. Sosa
No. 9. Tel. 2-1282. Panam.
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Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local poro oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
ifc ALQUILAN.exclusivamente po- j
' ra oficinas locales cntricos en k> I
Itos de Avenido Central 44 o j
precios mdicos Soliciten infor-
maron en Almacenes 5 y 10 cen
tuvos.
SE ALQUILA:Locol par oficino en
Avenida B No. 59 oltos. Acuda i
sucursal Sylvania en mismo edifi- j
co.
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15. propio poro oficino o de-
psito, para informes llame tel-
fono 3-M47.
Magnfica Inversion
SE VENDE:
la Hacienda
"LA PULIDA"
aita en Las Sabanas, con todo
I equipo y ganado existentes.
Acuda a
JULIO ANZOLA, S. A.
Avenida Norte No. 38
LONDRES, marzo 24. (UP.
Un gigantesco avin "Globe-
master" de la Fuerza Area de
Estados Unidos se perdi volan-
do en medio de una tempes-
tad sobre el medio del Atln-
tico con 53 hombres a bordo,
entre ellos un General. Los
funcionarlos de aviacin dicen
que es "casi seguro" que el
avin se estrell en alta mar.
El centro de regulacin de
vuelos de la Real Fuerza A-
rea en Uxbridge pidi infor-
macin a todos los lugares po-
sibles en donde pudiera haber
aterrizado el avin que se di-
riga a Oran Bretaa y ha de-
clarado que el avin debe ha-
ber caido al mar. Entre los lu-
gares en donde se solicit la
informacin figuran los Azores.
Islandia, Irlanda y Terranova.
Veinte aviones americanos y
britnicos, utilizando cohetes
iluminantes, han estado reco-
rriendo una zona de 700 millas
al sureste de Islandia anoche
sin encontrar seal alguna.
Los funcionarios de aviacin
de Estados Unidos dicen que
el avin perdido "seguramente
ha caido al mar", en el nor-
Atlntlco. Agregan que "espe-
ramos que en la bsqueda se
pueda encontrar alguna balsa
al mejorar las condiciones del
tiempo".
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cualquier cantidad a B. 250.00
lo toneloda de 2.000 lbs. netas bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesada en
nuestra planto de la ciudad de Pa-
nam. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Aportado 1910.
Panam, R. P. Tel. 3-1371.
SI COMPRA.SEBO FRITO i Derre-
tido > de primera calidad q SO. 16
la libra neta, en cualquier con-
tidad de Panam. Se advierte que
se rechazar todo sebo de proce-
dencia extranjera o todo sebo ne-
conal que haya sido mezclado con
sebo extranjero. CA PANAMEA
DE ACEITES. S. A.. Corretera del
Aeropuerto. Tel. 3-1371.
Es un misterio
recio hace dos das, despus que
la comisin orden su encar-
celamiento por quince das. Se
le vio por ltima vez el mir-
coles en el aeropuerto de Bue-
nos Aires, cuando se le rehu-
s pasaje en avin para Uru-
guay, alegndose que sus do-
cumentos no estaban en orden.
El doctor Gainza Paz dijo en-
tonces que quera ir a Uruguay
a pasar las Pascuas de Resu-
rreccin con su madre en la
hacienda de ella. El director de
La Prensa, aparentemente, no
regres del aeropuerto a su ho-
gar, el cual est custodiado por
la polica.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
tqller. gorage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local muy
Iresco y cloro pora uso de oficina,
climca o escuela pnvoda, cntri-
ca. Llame 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto pora uno
o do personas en Calle 43 Este]
al lado corral. Cosa 68, oros.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con mueble. |
entrada independiente B.6.00 por j
semana. Avenido Ernesto Lefevre,
Casa No. 32.
Ave. Norte S Tel. 2-010
Calle Martin Sosa No. J
Tel S-H24
P'M/ll/A1, SHIKWH WlHAW.
k
En Washington
a las 3 de la tarde, coinci-
diendo con la "agona de tres
horas" de Cristo en la Cruz.
Despus de esa hora los fieles
salieron de los templos y se
dedicaron a hacer compras de
ltima hora para el equipo de
primavera que estrenarn la
mayora en los paseos el pro-
ximo domingo.
En Nueva York el tiempo
primaveral hizo echarse a las
calles a infinidad de personas
y la circulacin se hizo ms
lenta por la aglomeracin. Mu-
chos juzgados, tanto locales co-
mo federales, asi como las bol-
sas de valores y muchas lon-
jas de productos cerraron, asi
como interrumpi sus sesiones
la comisin del Senado inves-
tigadora de actividades crimi-
nales.
En Charleston. Virginia Oc-
cidental. Robert Ballard Bailey.
convicto de asesinato y conde-
nado a morir el Viernes San-
to, fue indultado por el Go-
bernador Okey Patterson por
recomendacin del Juez que le
sentenci, Jackson Savage,
quien dijo que "no tenia la con-
ciencia tranquila".
La China roja
to a la posibilidad de concertar
negociaciones para una tregua
en Corea.
Estados Unidos est sienJo
blanco de una Intensa preal'.-n
de par.te de los 13 pases mte..:-
bros de las Naciones Unidas
que son sus aliados en Coica
para que exponga desde Wa-si.-
ington los objeivos de las Na-
ciones Unidas ahora que b :r
Corea ha sido prcticamente
liberada una vez ms
Se est considerando que el
Fresldente Truman expida de-
claraciones sobre la guerra Co-
reana la semana entrante. Los
aliados estn exhortando a que
se diga nuevamente a los Co-
munistas que las fuerzas de i;s
; Naciones Unidas desean evitar
ms derramamiento de sanare
i en la indecisa y prolngala
! campaa en la que aparente-
mente ninguno de los dos ban-
'dos podr obtener una vlctom
! militar final y definitiva.
Se espera, sinembargo, que
al mismo tiempo que se de un
paso conciliatorio hacia los co-
munistas se edvierta a sUw
que si se niegan a aceptar rl
cese de hostilidades ello ser
ia seal para continuar la cam-
paa en Nor-Corea.
Las fuentes oficiales han 28
tado preocupadas porque los cj-
munistas Chinos no han con-
testado a las recientes gestio-
nes para lograr la pas. Los pe-
ritos consideran que eso posi-
blemente Indica que Pekn y
Mosc estn en desacuerdo .<<-
Lre el rumbo a seguir por .o.
Comunistas en Corea.
Red a'anamericana
tiene los
me'ores prooramas
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Tenemos
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FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
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a La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SIS ORDENES.
Ro Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
Celebra baile
hoy la Sociedad
Chitr en Marcha
Esta noche se tributar un
homenaje de simpata a la cul-
ta seorita Bexie Rodriguez,
representante de la mujer chl-
treana en el Reinado de Azue-
ro, en los salones de la Confe-
deracin de Asociaciones Cvi-
cas Interlornanas, altos de La
Nueva Campana, de ocho en
adelante.
La seorita Rodrguez mar-
cha a la cabeza del reinado y
esta noche los sostenedores de
su candidatura, se aprestan &
brindarle un fuerte respaldo
que le permita triunfar en el
escrutinio final.
Seguros estamos de que por
el prestigio de la Sociedad Chi-
tr i en Marcha y por las sim-
patas con que cuenta la ho-
menajeada, este acto social se-
r muy concurrido.
Hroe de la guerra
cas". Gmez ha recibido un to-
tal de 4.600 dlares donados por
personas filntropas que han
ledo su historia.
Gmez perdi las piernas y el
brazo derecho cuando un pro-
yectil de mortero lo hiri, des-
pus que ste habia estado dis-
parando su ametralladora con-
tra las tropas comunistas desde
un cerro en Corea.
El puertorriqueo se encon-
traba estudiando en Baltimore
para ingeniero elctrico cuando
fu llamado al Ejrcito hace
tres aos. Estuvo 22 meses con
las fuerzas de ocupacin norte
americanas y finalmente fu
enviado a Corea.
Se proyecta
clon v si tienen buen xito, los
estudiantes contarn con un
eran taller para las instalacio-
nes de equipo Desado. el ltimo
obstculo que les queda por ven-
cer para entrar a funcionar de
lleno en su nueva alma mater.
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Calibre 26
Se investiga la
conducta de un
ex-alcalde
WASHINGOTN, marzo 24.
(UP). El Senador Charlea
Tobey, Republicano, declar que
es al Presidente Traman a
quien corresponde decidir si
William OTJwyer continuar de
Embajador de Estados Unidos
en Mxico, pero es posible que
la Comisin de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado trate el a-
sunto.
El Presidente de la Comisin
de Relaciones Exteriores del Se-
nado, Tom Connally, demcra-
ta, rehus hacer comentarlos
acerca de la declaracin de To-
bey.
Tobey es miembro de la Co-
misin del Senado .que Inves-
tiga la delincuencia ante el cual
el dirigente del Sindicato de
Bomberos de la Federacin nor-
teamericana del Trabajo decla-
r en Nueva York que haba
dado diez mil dlares como
contribucin poltica al ex-Al-
calde de Nueva York y.55 mil
dlares a James J. Moran, co-
misionado de Agua de la ciu-
dad de Nueva York.
Moran renunci su cargo, que
es vitalicio. John P.% Crane fue
' separado hoy como vice-Pre-
; sldente de la Asociacin Inter-
I nacional de Bomberos, slndlca-
I to de la Federacin norteame-
ricana de Trabajo.
---------------------------------
Inauguran en Cuba
moderna estacin
de televisin
NUEVA YOR. Marzo 24 'Ex-
port News Service i La esta-
cin de televisin ms moderna
ael mundo CMQ-TV en Ha-
bana, Cuba fu inauguraba
oficialmente el Domingo 11 de
Marzo, con ms de veintioc'.o
importantes funcionarlos de la
".elevisin de la Amrica Latina
y los Estados Unidos presen*
ciando las ceremonias.
La nueva estacin, construi-
da a un costo de casi un miiln
de dlares, e incorporando cana
tcnica y diseo moderno uve
1.a sido desarrollado por la ir.-
austria, se encuentra entre 1>
precusores en su ramo en la
Amrica Latina Con su tran.-
misor ubicado al tope del "L'-
tlle Radio City" de la Habana,
envi sus programas a una au-
diencia cada vez mayor de casi
130.000 en sus alrededores.
La conferencia que
celebraron en Chile
ha sido beneficiosa
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 24
(USISi La primera reunite
de uno de los organismos prin-
cipales de las Naciones Unidas
en Amrica Launa no slo i.a
familli izado a los latinoameri-
canos con la labor de la ONU
. sino que ha dado a esta lnti-
I tucin un "conocimiento mas
pi of undo de la Amrica Latina
[ y sus problemas.
Este punto de vista ha sido
I expresado por el corresponsal
del New York Tomes. Thoniar
J. Hamilton, en despacho en-
viado desde Santiago, donde e!
Consejo Econmico y social ter-
min el mircoles sus sesiones
Al comentar sobre la reunion.
, el corresponsal Hamilton dice:
"A pesar del hecho de que a
mayora de los delegados tuvo
que viajar ms de seis mil mi-
llas para legar aqu, a declsijti
ue celebrar la reunin del Con-
sejo en Santiago ha producido
magnficos resultados".
Chile y Venezuela
reanudaron hoy
sus relaciones
SANTIAGO, Chile, mano
24. (UP). Chile ha reanu-
dado relaciones diplomticas
con Venezuela, segn se In-
form hoy.
Pruebas atmicas
llevando a cabo a fin de com-
pletar la informacin ya ob-
tenida de otras explosiones a-
tmlcas, con instrumentacin
especficamente arreglada para
obtener datos con los cuales ha
de desarrollarse el criterio que
necesitan los arquitectos".
Las medidas sobre los efectos
de las armas atmicas en las
estructuras y materiales se pon-
drn a la disposicin de la
administracin de la defensa
civil de los Estadas Unidos, a-
greg la Comisin.
A todas las. fases del pro-
grama se aplicarn restriccio-
nes de seguridad segn lo dis-
pone la ley sobre energa at-
mica.
Estn temiendo en
Manila que ocurran
graves desrdenes
MANILA, marzo 24. (UP).
Se ha tirado un cordn de tro-*
pas y unidades blindadas alre-
dedor de Manila, al reciblrs
Informes del Servicio de Inte-
ligencia de que los Hukbalahaps
ataquen a la capital en cele-
bracin del 9o. aniversario da
su movimiento. Los Informe
dicen que los Huks atacarn
a Manila este fin de semana
o los primeros dias de la sel
mana entrante y el Gobierno
no est cogiendo chances.
El movimiento Huk se ini-
ci en Luz en marzo de 194a
poco tiempo despus de l in-'
vasin japonesa. Las tropas en
traje de campaa cerraron to-
das las entradas a Manila, es-
tableciendo emplazamientos de
ametralladoras en puntos es-
tratgicos, mientras {a polica
revisaba cuidadosamente a to-
dos los viajeros que llegan a>
la ciudad.
Est listo a
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503

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tacin, que restrinja el volu-
men de exportaciones a laa
"necesidades civiles normales"
de los pases Importadores.
La medida tiene como fin
terminar con el acaparamiento
en los paises extranjeros de
productos exportados por Esta-
dos Unidos. En las recientes
semanas varios pases latino-
americanos han modificado o
eliminado sus restricciones so-
bre importacin debido al te-
mor a que ocurra* escaseces.
loria aerea de Estados Unaos
captur Munsan, lmportar.te
centro de comunicaciones a ?3
kilmetios a nor-oeste de Sou1,
poco despus de saltar deJS
145 grandes aviones de carg.
Simultneamente, la fuerza de
tanques avanzaron 28 kilo...
tros por el flanco comunial
para restablecer contacto cun.
ios paracaidistas
El texto de la declaracin
ce MacArthur dice: "Las ope-
raciones continan de acuer'o
con los planes Ahora hemo
implado substancialmente a
Sur Corea de fuerzas organiza-
das comunistas. Va hacindose
ms evidente que la gran e.-
Uuccin a lo largo de las tilicas
de abastecimiento del eneni>&e
causado por nuestros incesan-
tes bombardeos areos y nava-
les, ha dejado a sus tropas c-r.
las zonas avanzadas del ca:n-
po de batalla con un abasteci-
miento deficiente para mante-
ner sus operaciones. Esta de-
bilidad ha sida brlllantemen'.o
aprovechada por nuestras fue"-
zas terresUes. La tctica 9
"ola humana" del enemigo da-
flnidamene ha fracasadp a .:u-
oda que nuestras propias ft-
aos se han hec'.io ms a?ueu.-
uas en esta forma de guerra, y
.us tcticas de infiltracin *es-'
tan contribuyendo a sus bajas
continuas y est demostrando
menos resistencia que nuesl.ws
tropas ante los rigores del cli-
ma y terreno de batalla.
"An de major significacin
que nuestro xitos tcticos, ha
sido la clara revelacin que este
nuevo enemigo China Roja
de tan exagerado y alardeatio
podero militar, "carece de po-
tencial industrial para abatf-
cer adecuadamente de muco*
artculos esenciales para liev^r
a cabo una guerrat moden.a'.
"Carece de industrias bsicas
y de las materias primas nece-
sarias para producir, mante-
ner, y hacer funcionar hata
un limitado podero areo y
.laval, y no puede abaste:, r
materiales esenciales para !; s
operaciones terrestres c o ia o
tanques, artillera pesada y olus
perfeccionamientos que la cica-
da ha hecho parte de las caa
paas militares".
"En el pasado, el gran po-
tencial numrico pudo ha--f
compensado este desnivel, peto
on el fomento de los mtodos
oe destruccin en masa, :'n
con el nmero no puede com-
pensarse la vulnerabilidad .n-
herente en tales deficiencia \
"Estas flaquezas militares s
l.an revelado clara y definitiva-
mente desde que la China Rui a
inici su guerra no declaraaav
en Corea. Se ha demostr&ao,
an bajo inhibiciones que imi-
tan ahora la actividad de >ps
'uerzas de las Naciones Un-
as y las correspondientes ven-
tajas militares que deriva a
China Roja, su completa inca-
pacidad pata lograr por la fef?
za de armas la conquista ae
Corea. El enemigo tiene, por la
tanto, que estar dolorosamcnte
consciente ya, de que la decisin
de las Naciones Unidas de do*-
viarse de su tolerante esfuer-
zo de conener la guerra a la
regin de Corea mediante ia
expansin de nuestras operacio-
nes a sus regiones costanera. J*
a bases del interior, condena-
ra a la China Roja al riesgo
d un Inminente colapso
nllitar".
"La nacin y el pueblo Co-
lanos que han sido tan cruel-
mente devastados, no deben s-f
sacrificados. Esta es una preo-
cupacin fundamental. Apar-
te del plano militar del proif-
n.a donde los asuntos se resuel-
ven en el curso del combate. laJ
cuestiones fundamentales con-
tinan siendo de naturaleza pt-
ltica y tienen que ser resueUts
en las esperas diplomtica
"Es innecesario decir, enip?-
io, que dentro de la esfera do
mi autoridad en cualquier me-
mento en el campo de batana
con el Comandante en Jefe de
Is fuerzas enemigas es un fr-
\orso esfuerzo por hallar me-
dios militares mediante i *
cuales puedan lograrse sin ms
derramamiento de sangre '.0
objetivos polticos de las N.
ciones Unidas en Corea, a .os
cuales no puede oponerse en
justicia nacin alguna".
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SBADO. MAR?0 21. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
,0111 pilan propuestas ^mra la
cooperacin del Hemisferio
WASHINGTON, marzo 24.
lUSIS) Se han planteado en
|l Consejo Econmico y Social
iteramericano sugestiones que
ministros de relacione* de
its 21 repblicas americanas
(edn abordar al discut:- "dure
problemas de la cooperaron
Iconmica de emergencia en su
Jrxima reunin.
La produccin y distribucin
le materiales estratgicos, el
Irado de actividad inri
In la America Latina y el pa-
id que juega el transporte en
HOY
XITO SIMULTANEO!
TEATRO LUX
1:00, 2:45, 4:50. 7:00 9:15
'i 11 ------------------------------------------------
TEATRO CECILIA
HARVEY
JAMES STEWART
c* periodo de emergencia figu-
ran entre los asuntos discutidos
en un Informe sobre los pro-
uiemas econmicos de emergen-
cia que est en manos de los
oblemos miembros de la Or-
ganizacin de los Estados A-
mericanos.
El informe recomienda que
estos asuntos sean considerados
dentro del punto tres del te-
mario, relativo a la cooperacin
econmica, en la reunin de
consulta cuyas sesiones se ini-
cian aqu el lunes prximo.
La Organizacin de los Esta-
dal Americanos pidi el 24 de
enero al Consejo Econmico y
Social Interamericano, organis-
mo de la OEA, que preparara
para los ministros de relacio-
nes exteriores 'los estudios In-
formativos que a su Juicio pu-
dieran ser tiles para la con-
sideracin de los asuntos eco-
nmicos". Un comit integrado
por representantes del Brasil,
Guatemala, Panam los Estauos
unidos y Uruguay fu designa-
do por el Consejo para hacer
ei estudio. Su informe fu apro-
bado en reciente sesin del
Consejo y sometido luego a la
consideracin de los gobiernos
miembros.
En una seccin dedicada j. la
produccin de materiales estra-
j lglcos, el comit sugiere ^ue
; la cooperacin lnteramerlcna
podra incluir los siguientes as-
telos :
1. Asistencia tcnica en la ex-
pioracin de materiales estril-
ticos;
2. Suministro o modernizacin
e equipo a precios razonable?;
3. Facilidades de crdito;
4. Estimulo a la inversiones
extranjeras;
5 Ayuda tcnica y financia-
ra de facilidades de transpone;
6. Precios garantizados;
7. Entrega garantizada de ^
materiales para el esfuerzo b-
lico o la economa interna y se-
guridades de que no caern en
manos de los agresores;
8. Consultas para proteger ios
mercados normales;
El traslado de la actividad In-
dustrial a los otros pases la-
tinoamericanos fu otra de las
etomendaclones de la comlion
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orogramas
La colaboracin es
la mejor esperanza
para el mundo libre
MIDDLEBURY, Vermont, mar-
zo 24 (USISi El Embajador
de los Estados Unidos, Franvls
D. Sayre, cree que la "colaiiu-
1 acin internacional el reco-
nocimiento'de los puntos de vo-
ta y las necesidades de los 0-
ti osofrece la nica esperanza
prctica para la supervivencia
de la civilizacin".
Sayre, quien es representante
ce los Estados Unidos en el
Consejo de Administracin Fi-
duciaria de las Naciones Uni-
das, habl aqu el sbado en u-
na conferencia en el Colori
Middlebusy.
Las Organizaciones de las Na-
ciones Unidas fu establecida
sobre la tesis de la colaboracin
mternaclonal, dijo Sayre, y no
"para solucionar por la fuer-
za los problemas del mundo''.
El seor Sayre continu di-
ciendo: "La Organizacin de
ias Naciones Unidas se estable-
ci para proveer un centro de
1 reunin para el mundo, p a 1 a
I desarrollar las normas mta-
les comunes entre naciones de
tendencias diferentes y para
I hacer lo posible la cristalizacin
y permanencia de la conciencia
del gnero humano.
"Aunque no ha prevenido la
lucha en Corea, la ONU no lia
fracasado en estos objetive-,
fundamentales. En sus decisio-
nes del 25 de junio y lo> de le-
brero unin a las naciones li-
les del mundo al calificar el
ataque no provocado como una
agresin criminal y al pedir a
las naciones Ubres que forma-
ran causa comn para hacr-
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERB
STEWART GRANGER
\Doloresd*Almorrana
HOY-TROPICAL-HOY
REGIO ESTRENO!
Por. la REINA y la PATRIA el misterioso Capitn
Siroco lanz sus hordas piratas a desventajosa bata-
lla para salvar un Reino. . y la mujer que amaba!...
EL CAPITN SIROCO... Lunchando... Saqueando... Amando!
Hrtes tf Capri _
LOUIS HAY WARD hun um mot mm MM
"LOS TIRA I AS Dt CPltl"
*
HOY! PRE ESTRENO A LAS 11:00 P. M.
*' ""la,"*
M0M-L0CKir000.,Z,1?*
LA MUERTA
ENAMORADA
T.A MAXIMA ATRACCIN DE LA PRXIMA SEMANA!
------------------- DESDE JUEVES!
TEATRO LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
y en el TEATRO
CECILIA
(En el Corazn de la Ciudad)
1 tiene almorranas que chuiii
cometn, hemorragia, almorrana! In-
ternas o externas, no sufra un da maa
sin probar el Chlnsrold. En pocos minu-
tos si Chinarold principia a combatir
sus almorranas de tres manera i:
1. Calma el dolor y la cornetn, z. Ayu-
IMPOiiTANTE. da a encoger loa tejidos adoloridos
No habr Funcin de Media- Inflamados. Avuda a elcatriiar laa
nnchp Y\nv mr, I IITXI yaembranae Irritadava. Solicitad
Chlnarold aa iu botica boy miara
MAANA-CENTRAL
A LAS 10:00 DE LA MAANA
OTRA GRAN
MATINAL!
en
"ASALTO A LA DILIGENCIA"
adems:
PLUTO
DONALD
GOOFY
EL PERRO PAL
SE REGALARA A CADA NIO UN GLOBO
DE "LA CENICIENTA"
Toda la grandeza en drama, estrellas, accin.
y emocin, que la pantalla puede recoger la
ver en el super-film
"RIO GRANDE"
pon
JOHN WAYNE MAUREEN O'HARA
En el Lux y en el
Cecilia exhiben
juegos recientes
Desde Hoy, podr nuestro p-
blico ver en los Teatros LUX y
CECILIA el noticiarlo que con-
dene todas las incidencias ele
los Juegos Panamericanos efec-
tuados en mes pasado en Ar-
gentina. Este Noticiario se pie-
sentar junto con la hllaran'c
comedia "HARVEY".
ie resistencia a esa agresin.
"A la larga, Corea ms bien
ha fortalecido que debilitado a
las Naciones Unidas. Las Na-
ciones Unidas existen para se-
guir permanentemente".
Dirigida por JOHN FORD (tres veces laureado)
con
Vctor McLoglen J. Carrol Naish Claude Jarman Jr.
Ben Johnson Harry Carey Jr. Chill Wills
El astro de "Iwo Jlma" en otra obra magna de avenutras gloriosas
y espectculo de vibrante accin!...
'LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
Otorgan premios en
Concurso "Harvey"
para colorear
Los siguientes son los ganado-
res en el Concurso de Coloreo,
que con motivo del estreno de la
pelcula "Harvev" ha realizado
el Teatro Lux:
Primer PremioRomello Fl-
gueroa (Pase por 3 meses) Calle
43 No..34.
Segundo PremioAlberto Lau-
renza (Pase por 1 mes) Calle 39
No. 11.
Alejandro Tapia (Ave. Per
No. 61).
Luis Ho (Apartado 955)
Rafael Chow (Apartado 425)
Tercer Premio(Pase para ver
la pelcula "Harvey", ganado
por:
Dorls jaynes Poyl, Max Heur-
tematte, Yvette Amar, Gilberto
Medina Jr., Graciela Marclaga,
Nancy Carrln L., Rogelio Eduar
do Salinas, Malin Gamboa, Ru-
perto Granados, Jos Eduardo
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA
El xito
de la
Semana!
ELDORADO
La Pelcula
para
Todos!...
MADRE
QUERIDA
' con
ESPERANZA ISSA y MANUEL ARVIDE
Una historia inspirada en los ms puros sentimientos
de nuestra alma, como homenaje a aquella santa que
nos diera el ser. .
Una pelcula que nos hace recordar que el corazn
de la mandre sangr por su hijo. NADIE DEBE
DEJAR DE VERLA!. ..
NO FALTE Y LLEVE A LOS SUYOS!
Es una seleccin de ELDORADO, otro xito en la
Temporada Popular a 50 centavos!_______
TEATRO TROPICAL
MAANA! -- MATINAL A LAS 10:00 A. M.
GRANDIOSO ESTRENO DE LA COMPAA
DE ESPECTCULOS INFANTILES
"MECHA Y COQUI
LOS ASES DEL TEATRO INFANTIL
Con el Maravilloso Cuento de Hadas y Aventuras
PINOCHO
REPARTO:
Pinocho.................._,................. COQUI
El Seor Grillo............................ MECHA
Maese Gepetto...................Rogelio Hernndez
El Hada Buena .,...............Margarita Sevillano
La Princesa Rosaflor................ Sari Peregrina
El Rey Papayon Primero..............Pablo Nogues
Alabardero Mayor.....................Pepe Linares
K\ Seor Ogro....................Miguel A. Moreno
'l Lobo............................. Tiberio Oarca
2da. Parte
GRAN TABLERO MGICO
"NESTLE"
Con PREMIOS EN EFECTIVO!
Regios REGALOS sorteados entre los nios presente-
Obsequios para todos. Un rico vaso de MI LO a todo:
los asistentes. El espectculo para nios de 3 a 90 aos!
PRECIOS: B 0.50 y 0.25
Obsequios de las Prestigiosas Casas Comerciales:
BAZAR ALMACN
ESPAOL PINOCHO
ALMACN MODAS ALMACN
"BAMBI" MADALIN ATMICO
Las Telas Usadas en Escena son de
ALMACN "ISLA DE CUBA"
DOMINGO
3:30 Acordes porteos
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Daniel Santos y su
conjunto
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Msica variada
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Valses
,5:30 Bailables Panamericanos
6:15 La Hora Luterana
6:30 Boleros favoritos
7:00 La Orq. de Hoy
7:15 Msica escogida
7:30 Msica tiplea
7:45 Damy Simon y su ritmo
P,:00 Hit Parade
8:30 Msica variada
r,:45 Ritmos tropicales
9:00 Concierto dominical
10:00 Buenas noches.
Campagnanl.
Los agraciados pueden pasar
en cualquier momento a la Ofi-
cina Taquilla del Teatro, a
recoger sus Premios.
COLON
LUNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:30 Despertador Musical
:3 Noticiero RPA
7:00 La Voz del Interior
Jos Mendleta
7:30 Variada
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Melodas matinales
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Vida en los IE. U.
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de Saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco *
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones.
3:00 Canta Rise Stevens
Marte WILSON Den MARTIN y Jerry LEWIS, en
"IRMA SE DESENREDA"
Ademi: Gary COOPER, en
"EL GENERAL MURI AL AMANECER-
VARIEDADES
La pelcula qua Su Santidad
El Pnpa, recomienda!...
HISTRICA!
GRANDIOSA!
Rafael
DURAN
Maruehl
FRESNO
y (randas
Conjuntos, en
^N IGNACIO
DE LOYOLA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Aeendlclonado
Soberbio Dobla de Accin!
John Wayne Anna Lee
en -
"Los Tigres Voladores"
. Ademas: -
John Wayne Suaan Hayward
- an -
"Romance de los 7 Mares"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Arturo de Cordova Virginia
Luque, en
BARRIO DE PERDICIN"
Mapy Corts, en
"RECIN CASADOS.____
NO MOLESTAR','
TEATRO IRIS
El Milagro de Ftima"
. Adems: -
Roberto Escalada, en
"SE LLAMABA
CARLOS GARDEj/;
VICTORIA
MISTERIOSO DR.
SATAN"
Episodios 14 y IS
. Adems: -
DOSPEUCULAS!
P ACI F ICO
La Hija de Don Q.
Episodios 7 y
SANGRE HPICA"
Y Otra
PELCULA!
KN
II,
PRESIDENTE
La historia de un hombre y una
mujer cuya ambicin desmedida
no tuvo limitas!
"LA FE EN DIOS"
- con -
Vctor
PARRA
Lilia del
VALLE
Domingo
SOLER
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Doble Programa I
Humphrey Bogart Gloria
Grbame, an
"MUERTE EN UN BESO"
- Adems:
Mil Aventuras Selvticas
- en -
"La Esclava de la Selva"
TEATRO EDISON
June Allyson. en
"ENTRE EL GUILA Y
LA SERPIENTE"
Adamas: Joal McCrea. en
LA VANGUARDIA"
CINE HISPANO
Ramn Armengod, en
EL PECADO DE SER
POBRE"
Gustavo Rojo, en
Te Besar en la Boca"
VISTERMOSA
"Nuevas Aventara* de
JESSE JAMES"
1 Episodios 3 y
- Adems: -
DOSPEUCULAS!
ROOSEVELT
Grandioso Doble!
"BSAME
DOCTOR"
Ademas: -
"LOS PAYASOS"
APOLO
EL PORTERO"
COQUETA"
A las 11 pm.
FUNCIN DE
MEDIANOCHE^
IDEAL
Bob Hopa, en
"El Gran Tenorio"
- Ademas:
Lizabeth Scott. en
LA HIJA DEL
PECADO"
JUEVES
29
DEBUT I DE I* COMPAA CUBANA DE COMEDIAS Y VARIEDADES DEBUT!
** J'UANITO BORRAS *
BAILES! CANCIONES!
SKETCHS CMICOS!
REVISTAS MUSICALES!
(
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE \
UN ESPECTCULO LUJOSO,
DISTINTO, ALEGRE Y AUDAZ!
DE PRIMERA CALIDAD!


. r,'<"NA *
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, MARZO 24, 1951
Lor- Peloteros Latinos Se Abren Paso En
Forma Lenta Pero Firme En Las G. Ligas
Este Ao La Aportacin De
Jugadores Ha Sido Mayor
i, ..os Senadores cuentan con ocho latinos
De La Galera De La Fama

,
. >
NUEVA YORK, Mano 21 (U.
P.)Los peloteros latinoameri-
canos se estn abriendo paso
en forma lenta pero firmemente
en las Grandes Litas de los Es-
tados Unidos como lo demues-
tra el hecho de que figuran no
menos de IS de ellos en las lis-
tas de las norenas de la Liga
Americana y Nacional.
La aportacin latinoamerica-
na a las Grandes Ligas este ao
ha sido mayor que nunca, con-
tndose ocho jugadores latino-
americanos con los Senadores,
tres con los Indios,, dos con los
Medias Blancas y Bravos y uno
con los Gigantes, Medias Blan-
cas y Carmelitas.
Loa ocho "senadores" son to-
dos cubanos de los cuales San-
dalio Consuegra, Conrado Ma-
rren), Julio Moreno y Carlos
"Patato" Pascual jugaron con
la novena el ao pasado. Cirilo
Ramos, Santiago Ulrlch, Gui-
llermo Miranda y Roberto Fer-
nndez que es jardinero.
Los indios cuentan con dos
mexicanos y un cubano. Los
primeros son el veterano lanza-
dor Jesse Flores que el ao pa-
sado gan tres partidos y perdi
tres y el infielder Roberto Avila
quien termin la temporada pa-
sada con un promedio de .295
al bate. El otro cubano es el
brillante infllelder Orestes .Vi-
noso quien bate un promedio
de .339 el ao pasado con la no-
vena Padres de San Diego de la
Liga de la Costa del Pacifico.
..Los Medias' Blancas cuentan
con el venezolano Alfonso "Chi-
co" Carrasquel el sensacional
torpedero que muchos peritos
consideran ser una de las gran
des estrellas del diamante y con
el lanzador cubano Luis Aloma
que el ao pa.sado gan siete
partidos y perdi dos. El cara- I
queo Carrasquel bate el ao
pasr*o un promedio de .282 y
^__^^____^^^^_^_,
Vencido el campen'
de basket de los
Panamericanos i
DENVER, Marzo 24 (UP>El
grupo de universitarios que for-'
man el equipo "Vandergrif Mo-
tors" de Dallas en el campeo-
nato de basketball de la Unin
Atltica Amateurs de los Esta-
dos Unidos caus la mayor sor-'
presa en la historia de la orga-
nizacin al derrotar por 62 a 50
al Oakland azul y oro, campen
Panamericano.
Se esperaba que el quinteto
de los texanos diera una buena
batalla, pero no que derrotara
al conjunto segundo favorito de
la competencia. Los victoriosos
formaron un conjunto con tres
Jugadores de la Universidad Me-
todista del Spur, otro de Okla-
homa y otro del Texas Techno-
logical.
Despus de un empate a 45 y
otro a 46, el Dallas sigui ade-
lante sin permitir al os triun-
fadores de las competencias en
Buenos Aires que lograran al-
canzarlos.
fu la sensacin del cuadro de
los Medias Blancas. Estas lo ad-
quirieron de Branch Rickey,
Presidente entonces de los Dod-
gers, por la suma de diez mil
dlares. Segn los informes,
Kickey ofreci posteriormente
50 mil dlares a los Blancas por
el contrato de Carrasquel, co-
sa que se considera sorprenden-
te pues el astuto Rickey jams
ofreci tanto dinero por pelote-
ro alguno en su larga carrera.
Los Bravos han puesto sus es-
peranzas de conquistar el ga-
llardete de la Liga Nacional en
gran medida en dos jardineros
puertorriqueos: el recluta Luis
"Canena" Marquee y el veterano
Luis Olmo. Mrquez Jug el ao
pasado con el Portland de la
Liga de la Costa del Pacfico
donde bate a un promedio de
.311. Los Carmelitas tienen con-
sigo al recluta mexicano Proce-
pio Herrera quien el ao pasado
gan 8 y perdi dos con su equi-
po finca en San Antonio, Texas
de la Liga de Texas.
Dos magnficos receptores cu-
banos completan el cuadro lati-
noamericano en las Grandes Li-
gas, el veterano Fermn Guerra,
con los Medias Rojas y el reclu-
ta Rafael Noble con loa Gigan-
tes. Guerra a quien los Senado-
res ansian adquirir para que
sea no solo receptor sino que
tambin intrprete de aus mu-
chos lanzadores cubanos, fu
adquirido por los Medias Rojas
de los Atleticos a fines del ao
pasado. De Nobles se dice que
es uno de los mejores recepto-
rea en bisbol y adems un
eran bateador. El ao pasado
bate a un promedio de .316
con el Oakland de la Liga de la
Costa del Pacifico y no son po-
cos los peritos im aseguran que
representa una amenaza para
Wes Westrstm como receptor de
la novena neoryorqulna.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
JORGE RAMIREZ, es un hombre mltiple: traductor de ca-
bles, polglota, locutor, pitcher tapn y campen de las porras
softboleras. Maneja con tanta habilidad las "porras" que
anima a los jugadores de El Panam-Amrica, como la pei-
nilla y el cepillo. Ramirez asegura que es tan valioso a su
equipo como Lawler o Culebrn Ruiz, por aquello de que si
no fuera por los gritos de su porra se les decaera el animo
a los barrigones jugadores de El Panam-Amrica.
Social Deportiva
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
nio JORGE A. PICERNO, Mas-
cota del Club Deportivo Pacifico
por su cumpleaos que celebr
ayer.
"Choqulto" Plcerno es Primo
de los socios O. A. Rolla y G.
Chanis del mismo Club y sobri-
no de la madrina Linda Jim-
nez.
BOXEO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS
LOS ANGELES, California, 22
de Marzo (UP)Rafael Carri-
llo de 136 libras y media de M-
xico, gan por decisin a Eddie
Bertolinl de 138 libras y media
de Galvenston, Texas en una
pelea principal de diez asaltos.
"LA MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
En Technicolor
con DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER
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Movimiento de las Grandes Ligas
LAKELAND, Marzo (UP).
Los Gigantea derrotaron a los
Tigres por 16 carreras a 7, ano-
tando las diez carreras en laa
ltimas dos entradas del par-
tido en que cada novena dl
12 pases gratis. El receptor cu-
bano Rafael Noble, y el Jardi-
nero del Detroit Johnny Groth,
se destacaron Jonroneando. Vic
Wertz, bate d triple doble y
sencillo, y Jerry Prlddy con 2
dobles y sencillo por el Detroit,
mientras que Bob Hoffman' y
Don Mueller, batearon de triples
por los Gigantes.
WEST PALM BEACH, Marzo
(UP).Loa Atleticos sacaron del
montculo a u ex-compafiero
Bill McCahan, en la sptima en-
trada durante el cual se anota-
ron las ocho carreras para de-
rrotar a los Dodgers por 12 a 1
y obtener su ms decisiva vic-
toria de la primavera. Los atle-
ticos batearon tres sencillos,
doblete y triple y recibieron tres
pasea gratis a las bases antes
que McCahan, retirar a algn
pelotero.
SAN PETERBURQO, Mafzo
(UP). Stan Mualal empuj dos
carreras bateando su( primer
Jonrn de la primavera y los
Cardenales derrotaron a los Ro-
jos por 4 a 3, en 10 entradas
pero la carrera del triunfo fu
anotada al batear Nippy Jones
largo fly en la dcima entrada
del partido con las bases lle-
nas.
CLEARWATER. Marzo 'UP).
La novena Kansas City de la
Asociacin Americana, derrot a
loa Phillies campeones de la Li-
ga Nacional, por 8 a 5 con 12
lncoglbles dos de los cuales fue-
ron jonrones de Kal Segrlst y
Ed Grenkoskl.
CALIFORNIA, Marzo (UP).
El piloto de los Cachorros Fran-
kie Frtsch seleccion al Panl
Miner y Bob Rush, para que se
enfrente desde el montculo hoy
Jueves a los indios en los Ange-
les.
CHICAGO, Man (UP). El
Comisionado de Bisbol, Albert
Chandler, dijo al pasar por esta
ciudad que se dirigir a la Cos-
ta del Oeste de los Estados Uni-
dos, para entrevistarse con el
presidente de la Liga de la Cos-
ta del Pacifico Clarence Row-
land, y que nada tenia que de-
cir "en estos momentos en
cuanto a la renuncia" de su car-
go. Aadi "es mero rumor" el
informe de que actuar como
consejero tcnico en la pelcu-
la que se est filmando sobre
la carrera deportiva del Inicia-
lista de los Phillies Eddie Wait-
kus. quien estuvo al borde de
la muerte hacen dos aos al
ser herido de bala en Chicago.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un SERVI-
CIO SANITARIO en el Car-
po de Juegos de SANTA
RITA.
En las primeras horas de la
maana del Jueves Santos sall
rumbo a La Habana de donde
pasar a Miami, el destacado
Jinete chileno Jos "Paco" Bra-
vo, que tan brillante actuacin
tuviera en este suelo.
Bravo al partir est como l-
der de los Jinetes seguido del
nacional Blas Aguirre. El chi-
leno montar ahora en el Hi-
pdromo de Miami. Segn ru-
mores circulantes Bravo retor-
nar a esta capital a montar al
ejemplar DICTADOR en el "Cl-
sico Presidente de la Repbli-
ca".
Ofrecemos ahora nuestros pro-
nsticos para la carreras de hoy
en Juan Franco.
1Luck Ahead. Nos gusta por
su anteriorMueco...por Jine-
te no gana.
2Batn... sigue cosechando
triunfosElona... nuevamente
de segundo.
3Mene... esta ves no hay
Anie BEclipse... sigue eclip-
sado.
4Duque (e)... la entrada se
Impone... ViHarrealt.. segundo
puesto fijo.
5Alto Alegre... gan fcil la
ltima... Hualro.. .segundo por
la para.
6Calllmedear... por Jinete
ganar... Wessh Fox... tiene
fibra para ganar.
7Lacey... ahora hay dos
curvas... Wild Wire si Lacey se
abre gana.
8Fanglo... su ltima lo In-
dica... Apprlce no sale de la
plata.
9Gris... dueo de este lote
Cinta Azul (e) segundo lugar es
todo.
10El As... cualquiera gana
aqu...Danubio llegar segundo
tarde.
11Silver Fox... porque no
ha de ganar?.. .Hasta Star ene-
I migo de cuidado.
En El Salvador, ha provocado
un enorme disgusto el haberle
cancelado el contrato de ins-
tructor de Baseball a nuestro
compatriota Gil Gonzalo Garri-
do. No solo Garrido fu el en-
trenador que sufriera la cance-
lacin de su contrato sino otros,
pero el que ms se esta lamen-
tando en el El Salvador es ed
Garrido que estaba brindando
una gran labor como instructor
de Baseball.
Ahora digo yo... porque es
que Garrido no se le puede con-
tratar aqu en su tierra .,.
--------------U________
Gaviln y Brallon
deben pelear por
el ttulo welter
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 24 (U.
P.)Al Welll. concertador de
peleas del Club Internacional de
boxeo dijo que comparecer el
treinta de Marzo ante la Comi-
sin de Boxeo del Estado de
Kueva York, para solicitar que
se reconozca como "pelea por
campeonato mundial" el encuen
tro del peso welter cubano Kid
Gaviln con Johnny Bratton en
el Madison Square Garden l 18
de Mayo.
Welll agreg que el ganador
de esa pelea se enfrentar den-
tro de 60 das despus al neo-
yorquino Billy Graham.
El cubano Gaviln pelear con
Eugene "sordomudo" Halrston el
30 de Marzo.
Estadstica De Jinetes Que
Compiten En El Hipdromo
Nombre
Jos Bravo. . .
Blas Aguirre. .
Rogelio Trejos. .
Esteban Sllvera. .
Bolvar Moreno. .
Virgilio Castillo"* .
Venerando Araz.
Concepcin Rulz.
Jorge Philips. .
Tot.
Mont.
106
50
74
108
73
50
25
31
57
13
13
6
12
lo. 2o.
31/a 22^ 16
22 12
8
20
II71 14y2 15
10 11 7
8 2
B 5
8 5
Fue. Sumas
3o. Plat. Ganadas Pct.
36 13,090.00 30%
19 10,252.50 37%
41 4.970.00 17%
17Vi 57Vi 5,723.75 11%
32 5,420.00 16%
22 4,530.00 20%
2 13 2,027.50 32%
6Vi 11 Vi 2,496.25 25%
6 38 3,577.50 14%
NOTA:Vi significa empate a la posicin donde aparece, se usa
esta forma para los efectos del balance de la estadstica, pero
el Vi se considera como un ganador, segundo o tercero comple-
to, para el pago de los premios de los Jinetes ganadores de la
estadstica.Esta estadstica es Oficial._______________________
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OF NAPOLEON
XXX V.S.O.P. NAPOLEON
HORTENSIA se impaso en fol
mi que no deja dadas de m
gran clase en el clsico "Ernesto
Navarro" celebrado el doming*
pasado en l Hipdromo Nacio-
nal.
En estas vistas podemos apre-
ciar los momento* n.s impor-
tantes de esta fiesta hpica
Arriba el momento en que Hor-
tensia atravesaba triunfalmen-
te la raya, seguida por Mandin-
ga y La Loba.
Abajo se puede apreciar el
instante en que los hermanos
Ernesto y Ramn Navarro ha-
can entrega del trofeo a loa
hermanos Solano, que se hicie-
ron acreedores por el triunfo da
su pupila.
Omelio Agramonfe
y Joe Louis pelean
el da 2 de mayo
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 24 <.
P)Fernando Balido apoderado
de boxeadores cubanos acept
los trminos para un encuentro
entre el peso pesado Omelio
Agramonte y Joe Louis, que ha
de celebrarse en Detroit el dos
de Mayo.
El periodista cubano Aramia
del Pino que lleg anoche corno
delegado de la Direccin nacio-
nal de Deportes de Cuba, repor-
t que tiene comisionado para
contratar un peso pesado para
americano para un encuentro
con Agramonte en La Habana
el da siete de Abril bajo los
auspicios de dicha direccin....
California l
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CARRERAS MAN NA DOMINGO
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la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y 9a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
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en el "SAVOY
V
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tuza %ancc
5a. Carrera "A" Importados lVs Milla
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. CHERIBERIBIN.......C. Chvez 97x
2. WELSH LOCH.........B. Pulido 116
3. AVENUE ROAD........J. Phillips 107
4. ROYAL COVP.........B. Aguirre 126
5. P1ISARD.............:. R.Gmez 107
QUINIELAS
4o y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
7a Carrera "D" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/ 600.00 Pool Gerra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA .
2. CANT ACLARO.........K.Flores 114
2. POf.VORAZO.........J. Phillips 119
3. MR. FOOT............B.Moreno IOS
4. DAIQUIRI.............R.Gmez 115
5. SISMO...............A. ngulo 109x
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