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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. F TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1151
FIVE CENTS
U.S. 8th Army All Along 38th Parallel
Price Gouging At Home, Abroad
Sends Defense Costs Skyrocketing
By Lyle C. Wilson
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 (UP) Inflated prices at
home and price gouging by foreign producers of raw mat-
erials are skyrocketing United States defense costs out of
59 A World War II gun which cost $115,000 costs
$250 000 now Service uniform prices have doubled. Army
shoes have gone from $4.15 to $7.85 a pair.____________
Economic stabilization officials
want a showdown on the basic
antl-lnflatlon policy to avoid
breaking the nation's and the
taxpayer's back.
They have already recommend-
ed the removal of tariffs on zinc,
wool copper and lead a pro-
posal sure to draw Congressional
fire.
They are about to demand that
the State Department gets tough
with foreign produce^ of raw
materials who are gouging Uni-
ted States taxpayers.
They cite a Malayan tin mine
which paid close to 100 per cent
dividends last year, largely at the
expense of the United States gov-
ernment which was then stock-
piling tin at exorbitant prices.
The United States buys 187 ne-
cessary raw materials from for-
eign countries. The stabilization
men want the State Department,
Congress, or somebody to get
tough about assuring that the
United States Is quoted a reason-
able price for what the defense
effort compels her to buy.
The worldwide wool shortage
has boosted prices within a year
from almost 45 cents a pound to
hearty J4.
Australia is a great wool-ex-
porter and Is getting a big share
of this Inflated charge against
consumers. Stabilizers would
crack down on Australia, for ex-
ample^
They would propose a fair woo.
price, with a fair allocation of
Australia's wool production guar-
anteed to the United States.
If Australia balked there would
be Instant economic reprisals, be-
ginning with the ahutofi of Uni-
ted States shipments of sulphur,
cotton and cotton llnters to Aus-
tralia. ...
It Is believed such action would
warp Australia's economy ins-
tantly and compel a fair wool a-
greement If It oould not other-
wise be obtained.
Billions of dollars have been
paid out by the United States for
the general welfare of the demo-
(Continued on Page 6, Col. t)
Ancon Movie Hall
Cutting Shows To
3 Nights A Week
The Ancon Theater will 'oper-
ate only on Tuesdays, Fridays
nd Sundays starting April I.
As a result of public requests,
the show schedule* after that
time will Include a Sunday inati-
nee at 2:30 and the first shows
on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sun-
days starting at 5:15 p.m.
The second and last show on
Tuesday, Friday and Sunday
nights will start at about 7:15
p.m. but the exact hour for the
last shows will be announced In
newspaper advertisements.
ROTC Graduates
Will Be Ordered
Into Active Duty
ROTC students graduated from
colleges and universities and
commissioned in the ORC this
spring will be ordered Into active
military service during July, Au-
gust and September, says a De-
partment of the Army announce-
ment received this week by the
U.S. Army Caribbean.
It Is estimated that about 10,-
000 students will be affected Dy
the program.
Those ordered to active service
will Include ORC members com-
missioned from ROTC who have
been deferred from Selective
Service under an ROTC agree-
ment. It will include, also, ORC
members not so deferred who
have less than two years' prior
active service as officers, warrant
officers or enlisted men.
Thse students are free to vol-
unteer immediately after gradua-
tion If they wish.
It is planned that the newly
commissioned officers will be or-
dered to their basic branch serv-
ice schools for about 90 days on
entering active service.
Those who have completed two
years or more of prior active ser-
vice, and have not executed an
ROTC deferment, will not be or-
dered to active service unless
they volunteer, says the an-
nouncement.
Mass Tomorrow
At St. Mary's
For Anna Dockery
A funeral Mass will be held at
9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mary's
Church in Balboa for Mrs. Anna
Dockery, who died suddenly Mar.
17 in Valley Stream, Long Island.
Burial will follow at Corozal Cem-
etery.
A resident of the Canal Zone
ior 41 years, she left last year to
make her home In the United
States. She was the widow o
Harry Dockery, long time Pana-
ma Canal employe and one of
the best-known of Isthmian
baseball umpires.
Her body was returned to tile
Isthmus yesterday on the SS
Panama for burial here.
Active pallbearers for the serv-
ices will be: Peter and Jack Cor-
rigan, John and Vincent Ridge,
Roger Williams, Harry Cody,
Howard Clarke, Jr., and Waiter
Bennett.
THE MAIL BOX
San Marino, Cal.
Mar. 23, 1951.
Pan-American Newspaper
Panama City
Panama,
Mrs. McClung and I have just received a clipping;
from yonr paper of Tuesday regarding the finding of
some human bones at Code del Norte and we do appre-
ciate very much yonr item and the fact that yon still
have as in your mind as weU as our problem. It was on
Good Friday and six years ago that we lost our son and
these have been long years I can assure you and if we
can find some evidence thru an investigation that may
be made by the Army It will greatly aid us.
Would It be possible for you to learn the names of
the three men who located these remains and any In-
formation that may be obtained thru the District Attor-
ney at Colon and we wonder why the finders did not
report their find to the U. S. Army.
We have made contact with Lt. Gen. Willis D. Crlt-
tenberger by phone and he will check with Army Head-
quarters In Panama, therefore with you good people on
the ground we may be able to get the best and most de-
pendable facts.
We wish to thank you for your human and kind in-
terest in our behalf and also for the gracious article in
yaur newspaper regarding our search for our son.
May God protect you and yours.
Sincerely,
MARY I. and GLENN F. McCLUNG.
Hope Seen UMT
May Halt Draft
In 18 Months
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 (UP)
Chairman Carl Vlnson, D
Ga., of the House Armed Ser-
vices Committee, said today the
Army should be able to halt the
draft wltnin 18 months and set
up its Universal Military Train-
ing program.
Barring a new International
emergency, he said this even-
tually should make It possible to
reduce the size ol the standing
military force at a saving of $60
a month for every man taken
off active duty.
This is the difference in cost
between keeping a man on ac-
tive service and in an active-re-
serve unit.
Vlnson was confident that
Congress will approve some kind
of a UMT program. The Senate
already has passed a bill to ex-
tend the Draft Law and set up
UMT later.
Under both bills, men would
serve six months on active duty
and then go into reserve units
for about six years. Men would
start their UMT training at 18
under the Senate bill. The House
bill fixes the bottom age for
both the draft and UMT at
18 V2.
Under present law. men 19
through 25 axe subject to induc-
tion for 21 months. In addition
to lowering the Induction age,
the House bill would extend the
draft to 26 months. The Senate
measure would fix the term of
service at 24 months.
The army now is only about
100.000 men short of its present
goal of 1,500,000 men and has
cut back its April draft call
from 80,000 to 40,000 men. Nei-
ther the Navy nor Air Force has
taken any draftees. They get all
their manpower from voluntary
enlistments.
Panama Is 11th
Republic to Ratify
Charter For OAS
The Republic of Panam con-
firmed today that it has deposit-
ed Its Instrument of ratification
of the charter of the Organiza-
tion of American States.
Panam thus became the 11th
American Republic to deposit
such an Instrument of ratifica-
tion.
Guillermo Endara. Panama's
Charge d'Affaires In Washington,
presented the instrument to Dr.
Alberto Lleras, secretary general
of the OAS.
In Washington, the Pan-Amer-
ican Union said that although
the charter is provisional in ef-
fect, three more countries be-
sides Panam must accede to It
before It can be formally adopt-
ed.
The other nations which have
formally acceded to the charter,
a product of the 1948 Inter-Amer-
ican Conference at Bogot, Co-
lombia, are: Bolivia, Brazil, Cos-
ta Rica, the Dominican Repub-
lic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Hon-
duras Mexico, Nicaragua and Pa-
raguay.
.Raffle Winner To
Get Rolls Royce
Tomorrow Night
A Rolls Royce, raffled by Amer-
ican Legion Post No. 1, will be of-
ficially presented tomorrow night
to Alberto Ow, of 9 East 44th
Street in Panam City. He was
the holder of the winning ticket
in the raffle based on the Na-
tional Lottery drawing of last
Sunday.
The presentation will be made
at the American Legion Hall in
Balboa at 7:30 p.m.
Meanwhile the Legion Post re-
ported that It has donated, as
pledged. $2,000 to the Panam
Red Cross.
Ow could not be reached by
telephone this noon for comment
on his luck.
Acheson Quilines
3-Point Program
For Hemisphere
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 (UP) Secretary of State
Dean Acheson, addressing the first regular session of the
Conference of Foreign Ministers of the American Repub-
lics, called on all the Americas to join in a three point
program of defense against Communism, based on an
equitable distribution of sacrifices.
Acheson termed Communist imperialism "the great-
est threat to the free nations of the world." He said "it
calls for action now."
He warned that the United
States could not be expected to
carry the entire burden of Con-
tinental defense. "Together we
must seek ways of avoiding un-
controlled and unfair distribu-
tion pf the sacrifices that our
peoples face."
Acheson asked the Foreign Mi-
nisters to:
1) Agree on measures that
would enable the inter-American
Defense Board to prepare "at the
earliest possible time the coor-
dinated defense of this hemi-
sphere;
2) Seek ways and means of Im-
proving internal security meas-
ures In each country to halt the
use of subversion and other In-
direct forms of aggression by the
Communist movement. "It Is
equally Important that Individual
nations take steps to strengthen
their own democratic institu-
tions."
3t Marshall the economic
forces of the Continent "through-
out our interlocking economic
community."
Acheson agreed with the Latin
American delegates who In pre-
conference. statements said "the
economic problems before us per-'
vade our whole effort."
He called on American states to
continue their support of the
United Nations and the collective
security system which that world
organization is attempting to es-
tablish.
He urged the adoption of a
Declaration of Principles "so the
world at large and our own peo-
ples shall not mistake the great-
ness of our purpose."
His reference to the protection
of "basic democratic institutions"
was the conference's first direct
reference to civil liberties, which
Include freedom of the press. De-
legates who have followed the La
Prensa case carefully noted his
words.
The United States has -quietly
circulated among the Latin dele-
gates copies of three United
States resolutions. One on eco-
nomic problems asserts that each
government should be willing to
impose price controls, allocate
raw materials with priority for
defense needs, and coordinate
transport facilities.
The United States would offer
Important technical assistance
to other American republics to
step up the production of food-
stuffs and raw materials, Improve
diets south of the border, combat
disease and generally Improve
living standards.
The idea of Imposing price
controls on Items traded among
the 21 republics offer staggering
difficulties and may cause the
sharpest difficulties at the con-
ference.
In Moscow Pravda nd Izves-
tla reported that President Har-
ry 8. Truman's opening speech
to the conference "tried to Jus-
tify his policy of preparation for
a new war by representing the
Soviet's peace loving policy as a
source of international tension."
Mac Arthur Will
Clear In Future
With Washington
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27, (UP)
Friction between Washington
and General Douglas Mac Arthur
Is being cleared up by Important
behind the scenes negotiations,
reliable sources here report.
MacArthur is being instructed
to clear with Washington all fu-
ture statements touching on dl-
| plomacy as It relates to the Ko-
i rean fighting.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff are
the liason between Washington
the White House, Pentagon and
State Department--r-and MacAr-
thur.
The friction between Washing-
ton and MacArthur stemmed
from his weekend offer to meet
the Chinese Communist com-
mander In the field.
The statement prompted ques-
tions by this country's allies con-
cerning United States' policies.
(British and French Press com-
ment on MacArthur's statement
is carried inside.)
_________________
'Revenooers' Close
Cristobal Office:
No Business!
The Internal revenue office In
Cristobal, which has been open
on Mondays for several weeks,
will be closed until further no-
tice.
Deputy Collector J. A. Phillips
reported this morning -that only
two or three queries have been
received on the Atlantic Side for
the past two weeks. Justness on
the Pacific 8ide, however, con-
tinued to be heavy.
For the time being, Phillips is
operating the revenue office
alone. An additional new deputy
collector is expected here In the
near future._____________
Magazines Needed
For Red Cross
Magazines of all kinds, but par-
ticularly men's magazines, are
urgently needed for use by armed
services personnel at mllitaiy
outposts, it was announced today
at Canal Zone Red Cross head-
quarters.
Red Cross personnel will be
glad to call for the magazines If
donors will telephone Balboa 3889
or Cristobal 1871. If desired, de-
liveries of magazines may be
made directly to the Chapter of-
fices at Building 0610-B, Galllard
Highway, Ancon, or 1029 Roose-
velt Avenue, New Cristobal.
What Makes Jack Tick ?
Medics Mystified
By Human Clock
Some 200 doctors can't find out
what makes Jack Husband tick.
The 20-year-old Oklahoma City
College student is perfectly
healthy.. .but he ticks.. Just like
a clock. For 11 years and perhaps
all his life, Jack has been ticking.
Doctor after doctor examined
him...all heard the tick...but
couldn't explain it.
Jack got his latest physical ex-
amination from Army doctors.
They heard the tick tod. But it's
not going to keep Jack out of the
service. In fact, he shouldn't
have any trouble keeping In step
when he marches because he's a
human metronome.
A friend first heard Jack tick
when he was nine years old. Jack
says he never said anything
about It because he thought ev-
erybody ticks. The metallic tick
comes from his head, but medics
can't seem to find the origin or
the exact location. It can be
heard from four inches away...
friends say It spunds Just like a
clock.
Jack says the noise stops when
he goes up In an airplane, and
the silence nearly drives him
It's' the silence that Jack's
worried about.
He wants to be a Navy pilot.
But he's wondering how he 11 be
able to stand the silence when he
goes up in a plane and he does-
n't tick anymore.
FBI Head Says
Gambling Life
Of U.S. Crime
WASHINGTON Mar. 27 (UP)
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
si id today that organized gam-
bling is tne llfeblood of national
crime and could be wiped out in
8 hours If local communities fir-
ed dishonest officials and en-
forced the law "without fear or
favor."
Hoover Joined Attorney Gener-
al J. Howard McGrath before the
Senate Crime Committee in em-
phasizing that the rackets are
oaslcally a local problem. But
they urged the committee to con-
tinue Its investigations and call-
ed for stronger federal laws a-
gainst hoodlums.
They were backed by New York
Judge Samuel S. Lelbowltz who
charged that gamblers pay graft-
ing policemen In the nation's
largest city some $25,000,000 a
year. He added that such condi-
tions could not exist without the
"tacit approval" of the mayor.
Lelbowltz, famed criminal law-
yer and a Kings County (Brook-
lyn) Judge for the past 10 years,
said one Brooklyn bookmaker
alone > Harry Gross paid out
$1,000,000 a year in graft to dis-
honest policemen.
Meanwhile In New York for-
mer mayor William O'Dwyer's
crony. James J. Moran, wa In-
dicted on three counts of perjury
today, charged with lying to Sen-
ate crime Investigators about his
relations with numbers racket
king Louis Weber.
A Federal Grand Jury also In-
dicted Weber on one perjury
count for denying he knew Mo-
ran, who has been accused of
taking $55,000 In "gifts" for poli-
tical favors when O'Dwyer was
mayor.
U.S. Attorney Irving H. Saypol,
who presented the perjury cases
to the grand Jury indicated he
would probe deeper into the de-
nials by O'Dwyer and Moran that
they received $10,000 and $55,000
respectively from John Crane,
president of the-Unlformed Fire-
men's Association.
O'Dwyer once more denied
Crane's testimony that he hand-
ed the former mayor $10,000 in
cash for a campaign contribu-
tion on the porch of Grade Man-
sion in October, 1949.
In a telegram to Senate Crime
Committee chairman, 8en. Estes
Kefauver, D., Tenn., O'Dwyer
said Crane had made "a vicious
He... to save his own skin."
The Ambassador to Mexico
said he could not let this "un-
substantiated and unsupported
charge" destroy his "reputation
for honesty that is the dearest
possession of my life."
UnluckTRolTPuis
Egg-Hunt Tumbler
In Hospital Bed
Clowning to amuse the chil-
dren gathered for an Easter-
egg hunt at Fort Clayton last
week end proved costly for Cp1.
William Grlgas, of the 82nd Ma-
chine Records Unit, US Army
Caribbean, Fort Amador. He
ended in the hospital with a
dislocated cervical vertebra.
Corporal Grlgas, teamed with
Cpl. George Kinback, of Head-
quarters, 65th AAA Proup, Clay-
ton, was putting on a tumb-
ling exhibition, to the delight
of the children, when the ac-
cident occurred the result of
an unlucky fall such as tumb-
lers have taken since tumbling
was Invented.
On the seriously ill list, though
better and pronounced "out of
danger" he is reported facing
possibly three to six months'
hospitallzation. The exact ex-
tent of the damage caused by
the injury, physicians said Mon-
day morning, can be determined
only by time.
GIVE!
Due to its long experience
in assisting victims of dis-
aster, the Red Cross b acti-
vely participating in the na-
tional Civil Defense program.
Records reveal that in the
past $ years the Red Cross
has conducted more than 4,-
00 disaster operations and
has spent nearly S134.000.00i.
n domestic disaster relief.
You can help In this year's
stepped-up training and pre-
paredness plans by contribat-
lng to the 1931 Red Cross
Fund.
South Koreans
Over In Force
TOKYO, Mar. 27 (UP) United States 8th Army
forces were generally on the 38th parallel or within artil-
lery range of it all along the 140 mile Korean front today.
South Korean troops on the East Coast drove into
North Korea in force.
Americans decimated one Chinese regiment and so-
lated part of another in the Uijongbu area, on the main
highway 10 miles north of Seoul.
CLU-MTC Finds
Congressmen
Sympathetic'
A "sympathetic reception" to
presentation of the case against
a retroactive Income tax and of
other employe problems was giv-
en to representatives of the Cen-
tral Labor Union-Metal Trades
Council last night by four visit-
ing Congressmen, labor men said
today.
A group of seven labor repre-
sentatives, headed by CLU-MTC
President W. K. Greene met for
two hours last night at the Hotel
Tlvoll with the following Con-
gressmen :Rep. Jere Cooper,
ranking member of the House
Ways and Means Committee;
Rep. Carl T. Curtis, Rep., Neb.,
also a Ways and Means Commit-
teeman; Rep. John Beamer of
Indiana and Rep. T. M. Machro-
wicz of Michigan.
The labor men presented ques-
tions of Income tax, with empha-
sis on the retroactive clause,
leave, wages and general work-
ing conditions, as well as the rate
of turnover, in the Canal organ-
ization.
They were given the Impres-
sion, a labor spokesman said, that
the Congressmen do not favor
the retroactive tax.
Rep. Cooper was quoted as say-
ing that he had been working on
this question in Washington with
CLU-MTC legislative representa-
tive Walter Wagner and with a
representative of the AFL, and
that he was sympathetic toward
a measure to kill the retroactive
feature.
Cooper told the group, the
spokesman said, that the com-
mittee has been occupied with
the current tax bill. Public hear-
ings on this have been complet-
ed and when the committee again
meets after the Easter recess,
members will meet with Treasury
Secretary John Snyder. They will
then work up the material ob-
tained from the hearings.
In connection with the leave
Question, Curtis, who had intro-
uced legislation to cut federal
leave to 15 days, assured the lo-
cal labor men that his bill was
Intended as an economy measure
but that he did not intend It to
apply to overseas employes.
Members of the labor group
hope to meet with other members
of the Congressional party be-
fore their departure Friday.
US Embassy Office
In BA Gets 'Painted'
BUENOS ADES. Mar. 27 (UP)
Unknown men threw two con-
tainers full of pitch against the
Boston Bank building here last
night. The United States Em-
bassy offices are on the top two
floors of the building.
United States troops began
mopping up operations in the
Seoul area.
In some areas the United Na-
tions troops moved their line for-
ward without firing a shot.
When a Chinese regiment, part
of the 77th Division of the 26'h
Armv Corps, tried to fight a rear-
guard action six miles south of
the border United States troops
killed or wounded 350 Reds in a
sharp clash.
Daylong rain slowed the ad-
vance of United Nations divisions
on the central front. One Yank
division occupied a dominant
ridge after a "tough engagement
with mud."
Observers reported defensive
Red positions are being built a-
bout two miles north of the par-
allel.
Clearing skies allowed allied
warplanes to prowl over the
Western and Central fronts de-
molishing gun positions, pillbox-
es, vehicles and tanks opposing
friendly units.
Tactical aircraft hit at the
Communists' rear, destroying or
damaging eight tunnels between
Sarlwon and Kaesong on the
Reds' main supply route to the
western front.
Planes of the 5th Air Force
flew 750 of a total 970 sortie*
mounted during the day. About
330 5th Air Force sorties were
armed reconnaissance while a-
bout 250 were In direct support cf
ground troops.
Seventeen Superfortresses flew
through rain-filled skies from
Okinawa to drop 140 tons of
bombs by radar on Pyongyang
and Hamhung marshalling yards.
The South Koreans' advance
across the parallel Is along the
same highway they followed lo
within 55 jnlles of the Siberla.i
border last winter.
Spokesmen with the 8th Army
scoffed at reports that the South
Koreans are defying the United
NaUons high command with their
northward plunge.
In London the British Foreign
Office confirmed that a new de-
claration on Korean policy by the
United Nations is being consid-
ered both in London and the
United 8tates.
Iranian Oil
Trouble Spot
Grows Worse
TEHERAN. Mar. 27 (UP) All
communications between Tehe-
ran and the strike-bound oil-
fields of Khuzistan province are
cut off. The Iranian government
is reported to have sent troops
info the trouble zone.
Government officials here said
the strike against the British-
controlled A n g 1 o-Iranlan OH
Company Is Communist inspired.
British Ambassador asked Pre-
mier Hussein Ala this morning to
assure protection for British
workers In the oilfields.
The main trouble spot is be-
lieved to be Abadan. largest oil
Installation In the world, on the
Persian Gulf near the Iraqi bor-
der.
The rich Kuwait and Iraqi oil-
fields are in the same area.
To Err's Inhuman!
So you want to be a Control House Operator?
You figure you can throw an average of 416 switches
per day, answer 12 telephones and perform the other multiple
operations which are part of the Job?
The most natural action in the world is putting a fork
in one's mouth. Try it 486 times a day. Then try it using
a barber's razor instead of a fork.
It is a matter of record that one of the highest officials
of the Canal, in making- a decision with respect to an em-
Rlove, once said, "a Control House Operator must be in-
illihle." Maybe he didn't know he was dealing with human
beingsand that to err is human.
But there Is no room for error in this joba job which
under 50 men in the entire world are competent to fiU.
Read the special feature in tomorrow's THE PANAMA
AMERICAN about the man who manipulates the brain of
the robot that runs the Panam Canal.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MARCH tf, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
i
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Nw Orleans Service
Arrive*
Cristbal
8.8. Leven Bend .............................Mmreh 35
8.S. Chiriqui ...................................April t
8.8. Fidor Knot ...............................April 9
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................AprU 16
(lUndlinc Rcfrlirrated Chilled and General Careo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service________________Cristbal
S. Cape Avinof .............................March 25
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................April
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................AprU 8
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Occasional Sailings te New Orleans and Mobile.
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Locks Reopening
Gatun Locks resumed normal
operations at 7 ajn. today, after
completion of the overhaul. Be-
ginning today the locks revert to
the normal operating schedule of
7 a.m to 11 p.m., with both sides
In use.
Yesterday afternoon ships were
lined up waiting for the north-
bound transit and the first in line
did not enter the locks until a-
bout 8:30 p.m.
Pacific Side pilots were being
taken off at Gatun and relieved
by their Atlantic Side colleagues,
who shuttled the northbound
vessels the remainder of the way
down to Limon Bay.
The lock overhaul started Jan.
8 and was completed In record
time.
cently a Panama Canal pilot,
made the Canal transit again
yesterday but not, this time as a
pilot. He went through as chief
mate on the Pacific Atlantic
Steamship Line's Elmer A. 8per-
ry, from Portland to New York.
London Visitor
Donald Cameron, local mana-
ger for British Overseas Airways
left early Sunday by plane for
London. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Cameron and their young
son. They will be away from the
Isthmus about 10 days.
During Cameron's absence, he
Is being relieved by Roland Rose-
vear. /
Easter Season
Even the waterfront felt the
Easter touch last week. Through
the Canal were two ships with
Easter names: the Nazarene and
the Mount of Olives.
The Nazarene, an Italian ves-
sel, northbound Friday from
Iqulque to Alexandria, Panama
Agencies local agents.
The 7,176-ton Mount of Olives,
Fernle, local agents, was south-
bound a few days earlier. She was
destined to Yawata, Japan, from
Norfolk and via Honolulu wltn a
cargo of oal.
Girl Scout Leader
Christine Miller of Columbus,
Indiana, chairman of the Olrl
Scout International Committee, is
due here next Sunday for a nine -
day visit in the course of a tour
of five Latin countries.
Miss Miller, according to Pan
American Airways, has been In
San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the
meeting of a special committee
bn Girl Scouting In the Western
Hemisphere and left last Friday
for Caracas. She is scheduled to
remain in Panama from Apr. 1-9,
when she leaves for Guatemala
City.
On the present trip, she Is dis-
cussing with local Scout leaders
plans for the meeting of Western
Hemisphere Rangers and Scouts
in San Juan July 2-16.
Former PUot
Charles A. Savlckl.
untu re-
Individuals Told
Grades In Test
For Sreno-Typist
Results of the Civil Service ex-
amination for stenographers and
typist positions in the Canal Zone
held here Mar. 3 at Balboa have
been mailed to individual appli-
cants, It was announced at Bal-
boa Heights.
It is expected that the results
of the same examination, given
Mar. 10 at Cristobal, will be sent
to those applicants in the near
future.
The announcement under
which these examinations were
held is a continuous open an-
nouncement and applicants for
the next examination for steno-
graphic-typist positions in the
Canal Zone will continue to be
accepted.
Applicants who receive a rat-
ing of Ineligible on the examina-
tion which have already been
held may apply again immedi-
ately to take the next examina-
tion which wUl be given when a
sufficient number of applicants
have been received.
A total of 208 persons took the
examination on both sides of the
Isthmus, 117 of whom were ex-
amined at Balboa and 91 at Cris-
tobal. As a result of the Pacific
side examination for which Indi-
vidual ratings have been mailed
to contestants. 45 participants, or
38 per cent of the total number
taking the examination, were
rated eligible for employment.
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Marjorle Goldlng and Barba-
den Borden, both of Branlff's
Kansas City office left during the
weekend for their home office
after spending several days in
Panama. They have been on a
combined business and pleasure
trip over Branlff's South Ameri-
can routes.
Miss Goldlng handles booking
of all International passengers
out of the Kansas city office.
CIO Suggests '
3-Point Plan
On Income Tax
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 As-
suming that from $16 to $17 bil-
lion must be raised in new tax
revenue to put the defense econ-
omy on a pay-as-you-go basis,
the CIO In Its current "Econo-
mic Outlook" suggests that this
amount should come from three
main sources:
1. "Raising individual income
taxes an average of four per cent,
but with no increase for Indivi-
duals making less than $4,000 a
year.
2. "Closing of loopholes in the
present law.
8. "A substantial Increase in
corporation normal and excess
preflts taxes."
Only two criteria should be ap-
plied to new tax proposals, the
Outlook says: ability to pay, and
equality of sacrifice.
"To increase the already heavy
tax load on low-income families
simply because there are so many
of them and because payroll and
excise taxes are so easy to collect
would be a tragic miscarriage
of justice," the publication de-
clares.
On individual income tax
rates, the Outlook proposes
leaving the present $600 ex-
emption unchanged (since this
"actually b\iys much less food,
clothing and shelter than the
$5,000 exemption allowed dur-
ing the last war"). It also sug-
gests leaving tax rates where
they are for the large group
making 34.900 m year or less. In-
creasing the next bracket by 2
per cent. Jumping rates for the
group earning from $5,090 to
$10,090 by four per cent and ap-
plying a higher percentage In-
crease to incomes above $10,090
"to make up for losses result-
ing from the lower rate in the
lower brackets."
The total raised by this meth-
od would be $3'/2 to $4 billion,
and it would be far more equit-
able than the straight across-
the-boards 4 per cent proposed
by Treasury Secretary Snyder.
Closing exlstlnr loopholes in
the tax structure should raise
from $4i 2 to $5 billion, the Out-
look says.
Specifically, the CIO suggests:
doing away with the split-Income
provision; increasing the capital
gains tax to 50 per cent: taxing
E resent) y exempt state and local
onds; forbidding corporations to
sell stocks to their executives be-
low market price; withholding
taxes due on dividends and In-
terest paid out by corporations:
tightening up on estate and Ift
taxes; doing away with special
benefits to oil. gas and mineral
companies; working out some
equitable system of taxing insu-
rance companies.
Most important gain In this
group, the Outlook says, would
come from abolishing the split-
income Drovlslon. "A married
Kerson with two dependents must
ave an income of $4,000 before
he receives $1 of tax benefit from
this provision," the publication
says. "On the other hand.. .while
Secretary Snyder's proposed new
income tax rate would be one
point above the World War II
peak, the split-Income provision
would actually reduce tax pay-
ments in the higher brackets to
levels substantlsllv below, the
World War II peak."
On corporation taxes, the
Outlook comments: "Certainly,
there is no moral justification
for profiteering during this na-
tional emergency. Nor is there
any economic Justification for
profits at these levels." The
suggestion: increase the
straight corporate tax rate to
55 per cent; increase the excess
profits tax rate to 85 per cent;
change the basis for determin-
ing what constitutes "excess
profits."
"Instead of allowing a corpora-
tion to pick Its best three years
from 1946 to 1949, as at present,
to determine its excess profits
tax base, the entire foinvyear pe-
riod should be averaged," the
Outlook says. Snyder has Sug-
gested simply increasing the nor-
mal corporate tax. Snyder's pro-
posal would raise an additional $3
billion from this source: the CIO
approach would net $8'j to $9
billion.
Finally, the Outlook strongly
opposes Snyder's Idea of raising
$3 billion through additional ex-
cise taxes. "Excise taxes and sales
taxes are particularly unfair to
low and middle income families."
the Outlook explains. "They are
taxes on consumption. They are
borne in inverse proposition to
incomethe higher the income,
the less the burden."
TERRY
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By MICHAEL OTV1ALLEI
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ACTING- GOVERNOR AND MRS. VOGEL ENTERTAINING
CONGRESSIONAL PARTY ON TRIP THRU THE CANAL
The Acting Governor of The Panmma Canal and Mr.
Herbert D. Vogel will entertain members of the visiting Con-
gressional party on a trip throuch the Canal tomorrow. Lun-
cheon will be served aboard the "Woleott" during; the trip.
Luncheon Honors
Bishops Bentley and Gooden
The Right Reverend John B.
Bentley and the Right Reverend
Reginald Heber Gooden were
the g-uests of honor at a lun-
cheon given at El Rancho to-
day by members o the Episco-
pal Clergy of the Isthmus. The
luncheon preceeded a meeting
of the clergy with the two
Bishops held this afternoon In
Bishop Morris Hall of Lt. Luke's
Cathedral. ,
Mrs. Vogel to Visit
In Washington
Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel. wife
of the Acting Governor of The
Panama Canal, plans to sail
April 6 for a visit of a week
or two with her mother in
Washington, D. C.
General and Mrs. Kiel
Return from South America
The commanding General Ca-
ribbean Air Command and Mrs.
Emil a- Kiel have returned to
Al brook Field from a trip to
South America.
Cocktail Party to Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge L. Cap-
well are giving a coctuall party
this evening at 6:30 at their re-
sidence In Bella Vista as a fare-
well for Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Sanborn.
Mr. sanborn is to be transfer-
red from the Fuerza y Luz in
Panama to the jame company
In San Jose,'Costa Rica, where
he will be manager. He and
Mrs. Sanborn, who have lived in
Summer Recreation
Panama for many years, will
leave Sunday lor Costa Rica.
Mrs. McLavy Sailing
Friday
Mrs. John Robert McLavy of
Balboa Heights is sailing Friday
on. the S.S. Panama to spend
several months with her son-
in-law and daughter, Dr. and
Mrs. John Wilson Clark In
Wllllamsport, Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Sartaln Entertaining
At Dinner Tonight
Mrs. Amy V. Sartaln is giving
a dinner tonight at El Pana-
ma Hotel for her daughter, Miss
Sue Sartaln, her fiance, William
Hubbard Clark, and the mem-
bers of their bridal party. The
Program Schedule
Almost Completed
By Gilbert Thorne
Vacation time is here again
and volunteer teachers are hard
at work completing "last-minute
plans" for the coming Sumirtr
Recreation Program.
Robert Likins, supervising
t;acher of Local Rate Play-
f rounds, commented on the at-
endance at the last meeting In
which James A. Rodgers was.
chosen to head the program.
With Likins assistance and an
der his supervision, the kids will
be able to engage themselves in
several new. useful activities such
as. photography, woodcraft, tail-
oring, tennis, basket and beit
weaving and many others.
Extensive and elaborate plans
have been made: and a 1-urc
and capable staff of teachers
have volunteered their help; so.
parents, won't you give us some
help in making this protram suc-
cessful? Have your children come
out and take part in the activi-
ties once they're started.
Teachers who have volunteered
their services are: W. Holder,
nrt; J. French, archery; H. Phil-
lips. M. Blanchard, H. Cooper,
boxing; J. Rodgers, C. Fomeca.
G. Wade. Barbelle; D. Miller, W
Nurse, R. Burns, cricket; P. AI-
levne. dancingdirector and mu
alelan; Mrs. D. Palmer, dancing
director; K. Brown, R. Whar-
ton. musicians; F. Myrle. O.
Headley, painting: I. Mederick.
Mrs. D. Baxter. Mrs. C. Dyer,
Mrs. V. Williams. J. Jackson. C.
Allen. J. Ibarra. L. Perryman. C.
Headley. basket-weaving, em-
broidery, sewing, knitting, mu-
sic; K. Haughton. photography
and woodcraft; L. Salnten. wood-
craft: C. Hunt and J. Rodgers,
tennis; J. Hunt and L. Walker,
tailoring; W. Dunn, roller-skat-
ing.
Teachers are asked to be or.
time for the March 28 meeting at
the gym. New volunteers and the
curious may also attend. The re-
port of the Recreation Board will
be discussed.
Rodgers and Parris will give
further information on request.
NAM Urges Equitable
Sharing of US Goods
In Latin America
NEW YORK, Mar. 27 (USIS)
The National Association of
Manufacturers of the United
States urged the U. S. govern-
ment and its own member firms
to continue their policy of dis-
tributing U.8. production among
Latin American customers on u
ialr and equitable basis during
the current emergency period.
The NAM said in a statement
to the conference of American
foreign Ministers in Washing-
ton that "the mutuality of In-
terests and objectivef of all the
American Republics dictates a
policy of equitable sharing of
those products essential to the
maintenance of stable civilian
economies and to the further
development and production of
vital strategic materials."
The association, which re-
presents the greater part of U.S.
industrial capacity, extended Its
"fullest collaboration" to the
foreign ministers. It urged them
to agree upon a cooperative
program of action which "will
serve as an example to the en-
tire free world and a warning
to aggressors." The statement
continued:
"To this end, we recommend
that the defense of the western
Hemisphere be recognized as a
joint responsibility, each nation
making such contribution of its
own resources as may be most
effectively utilized In the com-
mon effort. A strong Western
Hemisphere with Its rich re-
sources of strategic materials
and productive power Is in-
dispensable to the attainment
and preservation of freedom
everywhere."
Fossils From Ocu,
Pese Are Subject
Of Cazin's Talk
Dr. C. Lewis Gazln. curator of
the Division of Vertebrate Pal-
eontology of the Smithsonian
Institution, will be the speaker
tomorrow evening at the March
meeting of the Panama Canal
Natural History Society. The so
r-iety will meet at 8 p.m. at the
Gorgas Memorial Institute In
Panama City.
Dr. Gazin will talk on "Fosll
Bones from Ocu and Pese. Pan-
ama and will Illustrate his tal'-:
with 35 mm Kodachrome slides
Accompanied by Dr. FrarikL'n
Pierce, also of the Smithsonian,
he arrived here early In January
and has been working In the In-
lerlor of Panama.
He spent several months on the
Isthmus last year after the dis-
covery of fossil bones at Pese and
Ocu. The fossil remains' were
those of Megatherium. Mylodon
and Toxodon. The first two were
giant ground sloths, the latt?r u
rhinoceros-like animal of the
same period between 100 000
200.000 years ago, in the late Ple-
istocene period.
dinner will follow the rehearsal
of the wedding.
Bride-To-Be-Honored
By Mrs. Boyer
Mrs. Robert Boyer of Curun-
du honored Miss Beverly Ruoff
at a tea and silver shower given
Sunday afternoon In the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tivoll. Miss
Ruoff, daughter of Carl M.
Ruoff of Cristobal, and the late
Mrs. Ruff, is to be married
Friday at the Hotel Washington
to Robert Berger of Cristobal.
Among those Invited to the
tea were the bride's grand-
mother. Mrs. A. Kenyon, her
sister, Mrs. Leo Goulet, her aunt,
Mrs. Albert Ruoff, Mrs. F. H.
Olsen, Mrs. D. R. Boyer. Mrs.
Emmett Zemer, Mrs. William
Hall. Mrs. Nora F.athgeber, Mrs.
James Burgoon, Mrs. Tristan
Enjuto, Mrs. T. F. Hotz, Mrs.
Carl Beck, Mrs. Beatrice Kong-
able, Mrs. F. J. Harrington, Mrs.
C. Dldrlkson. Mrs. Milton Davis,
Mrs. Arthur Goule.. Mrs. Horace
Smith, Mrs. Ruben Robertson,
Mrs. Roy Redman. Mrs. D. M.
McLaren. Mrs. David Haw-
thorne. Mrs. Robert Heddeaus,
Mrs. Charles K. Wright, Mrs.
Macel Thompson. Miss Rita
Goulet. Miss Barbara Boyer,
Miss Shirley Zemer. Miss Arden
Armstrong, Miss Pat Leach, Miss
Nancy Sullivan. Miss Joanne
Corliss, Miss Patricia Kuller,
Miss Mary Sullivan. Miss Virgi-
nia McLaren and Miss Patricia
Kenealy.
Visitor Leaving
Tomorrow i
After a stay of five days at
Fl Panama Hotel, John J.
O'Connor of Chicago. Illinois. Is
leaving tomorrow for Havana
an Miami.
THE NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS of the Navy Wives Club met recently to plan the program
for the coming year. Already underway is a project to raise money for local charities. Early
in Mav an old fashioned melodrama will be offered to Isthmian audiences bv the Navy Wives
Little Theatre Group. Pictured above at the quarters of Captain Harry Carson are, left to
right: Mrs. Edward R. Halloran, Vice President; Mrs. Carson, President; Mrs. Robert van der
Maaten, Secretary; and Mrs. Howard Rezner, Treasurer.
(U.S. Navy Photo)
Export -Import Bank Lists
Projects Completed In 1950
Mrs. Bess Returning
To Connecticut
Mrs. Walter W. Bess, who has
.spent the past two months with
her son and daughter-in-law,
Captain and Mrs. Gordon W.
Bess, at Fort Kobbe. is leaving
Thursday for her home In Me-
rlden, Connecticut.
April Meeting of College Club
Monday Afternoon
The April meeting of the Ca-
nal Zone College Club will be
held Monday afternoon at 3:45
at the Jewish Welfare Board
Armed Forces Service Center on
La Boca Road in Balboa. An
Informal tea will be followed by
a short business meeting and
a program presented by the
World Problems Study Group of
the club.
Dr. Shirley Gage, a visitor in
Panama, will be the guest
speaker. Dr. Gage returned
about ten months ago from two
years In China with the Amer-
ican Friends Service. She spent
nearly a year in a hospital In
Honan Province and later work-
ed in the Suchow battle are.
She will give an Informal talk
and answer questions about her
experiences In China.
All members of the club and
women Interested In Joining the
club are cordially invited to this
meeting.
WASHINGTON,Mar. 27 (USIS)
The semi annual report of the
U.S. Export-Import Bank lists
completion of several of the de-
velopment projects lt has helped
finance.
Some of the better known of
these projects, which are how in
operation are the integrnt steel mill In Chile; a nitrogenous
fertilizer plant and a hydroelec-
tric power plant In Mexico; and
power generating and transmit-
ting facilities In Brazil.
Most of the Bank's activities
during the last six months of 1950
were with Latin American coun-
tries. New credits during that
oerlod Include:
BRAZIL: A loan of $25 million
Awards Night
At Diablo Gymnasium
Children of Diablo Heights
held an "Awards Night" weenie
roast, sponsored by Mrs. Morris,
at the town gymnasium Thurs-
day evening. The Girl and Boy
Scouts held a contest In fire
building. After supper there was
a contest in making corsages
which wa3 won by Bud Kurtz
and Billy Thornton.
The supper and contests pre-
ceded the giving of awards for
outstanding performance In in-
tra-mural sports during the
past year. The honors went to
Emily, Wilkinson. Sue Taylor,
Mary Buckaloo, Danny Wink-
losky, John Winklosky, Joey
Pustis, Billy Halvosa and Terry
Corrigan.
CZ Taxpayers Are
Promised Further
Consideration
A ray of hope for the re-
vocation of the retroactive In-
come tax for 1950 has been re-
ceived by Acting Governor Her-
bert D. Vogel In a personal let-
ter from Congressman Daniel A.
Reed, of New York, ranking Re-
publican member of the House
Ways and Means Committee.
"I feel that you have made
out an excellent case with re-
ference to the tax situation as
lt relates to the officers and
employes In the Canal Zone,''
Representative Reed wrote. "I
am very much Interested In and
Impressed with your statement
or conditions in the Canal Zone,
and I shall take up this matter
with our Committee to see if
something can not be done to
relieve the situation."
Representative Reed, whose
home Is In Dunkirk, New York,
represents the 45th Congression-
al District from his state. He
first entered Congress in 1919
and Is one of the mast in-
tluentlal members of the House.
In addition to his membership
on the Ways and Means Com-
mittee, he also serves on the
Joint Committee on Taxation.
In the expansion of the
steel mill at Volta Redonda.
v ...,pif A loan of $1.800.000 to
the Corporacin de Fomento oe
la Produccin for road buildl."g
machinery for about 300 milss of
the Pan American Highway.
COLOMBIA: A loan of $500.000
for a merchant vessel for coast-
wise service.
IRAN: $25 million for agricul-
tural and highway development.
ISRAEL: $35 million for agri-
cultural development.
PANAMA: $500,000 for a hotel
to promote tourist travel.
PERU: $20.800,000 for a Ceno
de Pasco zinc refinery.
SAUDI ARABIA: $15 million
for projects in agriculture, trans-
portation, power, health and san-
itation. '
YUGOSLAVIA: $15 million for
capital equipment and food pro-
ducts.
In addition to these new cre-
dits, the bank allocated from pre-
vious credits $31 million for the
Mexican irrigation construction
program, Including the Falcon
Dam.
Three Accountants
Arrive To Survey
PC And PRR Setup
George Hill, Jr., James Lamb
and Maurice Hoffman of Arthur
Andersen Si Company of Chica-
go, public accounting firm re-
tained by the Canal-Railroad
organization in connection with
the establishment of the new
Panama Canal Company next
July, arrived on the Isthmus
yesterday on the S.S. Panama.
These representatives, together
with other employes of the firm
of certified public accountants
who will Join them later, will
make a study of the accounting
methods, organization, activities
and operations of the Canal and
Railroad. On the basis of their
studies, the firm will advise the
Governor on toll rates and other
charges which may require re-
vision in the new corporation.
A preliminary survey was made
here in February by Robert
Jones of the same company.
The present visitors will re-
main on the Isthmus for an
indefinite period. Mr. Hill is
accompanied by his wife and
two children, 3 and 5. and Mr.
Hoffman is accompanied by his
wife and one child.
11{on Executive Committee
Meets Tomorrow
The executive committee of
American Legion Auxiliary Unit
No. 1 will meet Wednesday at
7:30 in the Legion Hall.
Followin the meeting the no-
minating committee will meet
to choose a slate for the forth-
coming elections.
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Benefit Card Party
I ridav Evening
The Evening Guild of St.
Luke's Cathedral is giving a be-
nefit card party Friday night at
, :)() in the Nurses Quarters at
Gorgas Hospital. Tickets at $1.00
may be bought during office
hours at the informtion desk
in Bishop Morris Hall of the
Cathedral or by telephoning to
Mrs. McNevln, at Balboa 2797
Bridge, Canasta, or other card
games mav be played. Tnere
will be table and door prizes.
Those playing are asked to
bring their own cards and score
pads.
Cuban Senate May
Launch Probe
Of Local Reds
HAVANA, Mar. 27 (UP.Cu-
ban 8enate President Antonio
Varona introduced a motion
Into the senate today calling for
the formation o" a five-man
Congressional Commission to in-
vestigate Communist activities
throughout Cuba.
He said the investigation was
sought because Communist acti-
vities "plot against the external
security of the state, seeking
to prevent the Republic from
carrying out its International
commitments." They also extend
a fifth column "'n the service
of an aggressive power."
PANAMA TRUST COMPANY, INC.
Special Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE
Stockholders are hereby notified that a Special Stock-
holders Meeting shall be held at the offices of the Com-
pany, in I Street No. 20, in Panam City at 3:30 p.m. on
Monday, April 9, 1951.
The purpose of the meeting is to present and consider
In- auditor's reports available at the time and any other
reports on the actual position of the Company, and to
resolve upon any matter as may properly come before the
meeting on motion of Stockholders, Directors or Board
of Directors, including amendments of the article of
incorporation.
The meeting shall be held with stockholders of record
as of March 31, 1951.
Panam, March 26, 1951.
THE SECRETARY.
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'Husbands For Sale9 Idea
Wheels Into High In Miami
MIAMI, Fla., Mar. 27. (UPl
The "Husbands for auction" idea
of a young Miami Beach men
may never be put on a solid busi-
ness basis. But if lt ever Is, idea-
man Stan Farber will have plen-
ty of willing; bachelors to sell.
Dozens of letters from men
willing to mate for money have
poured into the "Miami Herald"
since Farber's unique plan for
publicly auctioning off unmar-
ried men to wealthy women was
disclosed prematurely several
days ago.
Offers to go on the auction
block have come from men tn 25
states. Canada, Cuba. England,
and. naturally, from Paris. The
available bachelors are of all ages
and types, from the strictly com-
mercial to the Just lonely, from
the handsome to the horrible.
Some approached the idea with
a definitely lay-lt-on-the-llne
attitude.
"I will not consider anything
less than $300,000." writes a
Lynchburg. Va., man. "and wnl
be available on a moment's no-
tice."
A bachelor from Perry. Ark.,
said he was ready to go on the
block "provided the bidder has
one half a million dollars.. .and
Is In poor health."
Another from Indianapolis.
Ind wants $100.000 in cash and
a monthly stipend thereafter."
He suggested in a post-script
that the beach auctioneer might
be "cut out of the deal" so he and
the Herald could put through the
Mi* "'hout "a middle man."
Other potential spouses-for-a-
prlce were not as demanding.
A St. Louis factory worker 'will
marry any woman up to 65." but
doubled If he reallv was wortn
mors than $1.000. A writer from
Sioux City, la., simply wanted "to
live In the manner to which I
would like to become accustom-
ed."
Many of the letters enclosed
pictures, one of a young man of
Washington, D.C., In a bathing:
suit who is "a lover of good mu-
sic," another of a 38-year-old "Ea-
gle Palm Scout" from Detroit in
full scout regalia.
A touching plea from Sur-
ton. Surrey, England, came from
a husband who feels he has
earned a change after living
with the same woman for 16
years." But he urged the auction-
eer to disguise any reply to his
offer.
"Otherwise, my wife will be in
a panic wondering what on earth.
I want to shoot off to Florida
r.bout."
Friendship Club Sets
El Valle Dance
For Saturday Night
Plans for a Friendship Club
Dance, to be given at the Pan-
American Hotel in El Valle Sa-
turday evening were announced
today.
, Jimmy Dunn and his orch-
estra will furnish American and
Spanish music for dancing. Tha
ball-room dance team of Har-
nett and Dunn will present sev-
eral numbers.
If Saturday evenlng-'s dance la
successful, a similar dance will
be held there once a monjil.
Admission will be 75 cents ver
person.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Tl'ESDAT. MARCH 27, 1951
Kansas State Favored Over Kentucky In NCAA Finals Tonight
by
JOE WILLIAMS
MIAMI BEACH.-Havinj already wrapped UP *h ^""L'K
1s their spring custom, the Boston Red Sox are d with their
usu.l quandary. Who .tart in the first ram e of the World S eries.
Best guess at the moment Is Mel Parnell. But It could be Ray
Scarborough. Or even Harry Taylor,
rnubbv cheerful Steve O'Neill, the manager, admits he has
Strong Softball Teams To Compete In
Gamboa Title Tourney Saturday^^
more Ditchers than lie ran snaae a aw;. *< *'""" "r'C: ca tai
has been the other guys shook the stick. For three stralght years gertlon
:.._ n^j o *= o,nn iho nennant down here and lost u oacK h_,
Some of the beat softball game.'
of the local season will be on tap
at the second annual Men's Soft-
ball Tournament at Gamboa on
SatUrdav. Mar. 31. This tourna-
ment Is sponsored by the Physi-
cal Education and Recreation
has been tne otr.er guys siiui.'r ub "-' * .""" ^ ,".7 ,, -hnric
the Rid Sox have won the pennant down here and lost it back
home. It feems that no guarantee goes with Florida penna.vs
Farii vpar the Red Sox are the team to beat. And thai s wnai
haoDeiis Thev get beat Each year owner Tom Yawkey digs down
Ks purse anT comes up with new stars. As they.say or, the
turf he'll never be ruled off for trying. It must pain him to know
H ss&rtasr- sxsks s.;
** ShiTcoKt'.. "liftM tm l.cted lire .n,WUo|>
A host of strong aggregations
from the Armed Services and
both sides of the Isthmus will see
action In the tourney to decide
the softball championship of the
Canal Zone. All of the teams are
coming Into the affair with ex-
ceptional records, consequently
none of the teams will be seeded,
all the drawings will be made
from a hat.
The strong Firemen's Insur-
ance team managed by Don Bo-
wen have an impressive season's
heVaKro^ Bo?fUdsrpeaarksWsaoS S^WK' 3g Tlaf m SZ^SKZ-
jolimbufand one year had Picked 1^^^M-!"5^.S^
Sis'SeTto a w^idTch^m^nsfiip^ make a bum of AJax.
Mr. America and Vitamin B
munition Depot team which wi'l
boast of such stalwart pitchers as
Wallace. Bryant and Mitzell, the
Navv team is managed by Joseph
DeSilva and Ted Farrls.
One of the dark horses of the
tournament is expected In the
THEY BEAT THEMSELVES
Seemlnelv nothing can beat the Red Sox now except the Red
Sox themselves a challenge which would give any other_ team tournament , expected in me
opuse but these fellows, being experienced and talented, too. face 5700lh Ma,ntenance and Supply
the task with unshaken confldyce I will, no doubt take an all- Ua|n of Albrook whicn won the
nut effort since the odds against failure are greater than evei. Alu,, ,,, rhllmninnhin
ht ft is alwavs smart to stick with the champlon-and the Red
lox h& aWbaayckgSrnound of frustration second only to the German
MM
WT%nrlhlttl Boudreau fit In. how can he help? The Red Sox
THE CASE OF BOUDREAU
tt mv be that Boudreau will replace Stephens at short on
^rm^hanktul I had the sense not to mention Boudreau to
?,~nafm, I beUele Boudreau^ presence In this respect Is being
"Terp^ed and"very Hkely to the deposed Cleveland managers
;nlbRrudSreaunUs no authority. Eventually he may replace O'Neill
Boudieau i as nu auj ondary performer ostensibly hired
'?D> and Doe r haven't the big league urge by now Boudreau-
"even a" unshackled Boudreau-lsn't going to get the lead out of
" fttlHmnd thought, the Red Sox may start Kinder Rem.em-
b ^hePhniies almost got away with Kostanty In the first game
Of the World Series last fall._________________.-----------------_
Schoolboy Sports
/ BY GILBERTO THORNE
Santa Cruz's Juniors relln-
uuished all claims to the Junior
League trophy as they went un-
der a humiliating 10-0 defeat at
the hands of the Silver City
squad. The two-year champs will
now keep the trophy and a new
trophy wUl be played for, next
year.
Santa Cruz became Pacific
champs when they defeated Pa-
raso. 5-0. and edged Red Tank,
winners of the Red Tank-La Bo-
ca game. 3-2. in the round robin
games at Red Tank early tola
week. Bob Likins, supervising
teacher of Local-Rate Play-
grounds made curt remarks con-
cerning the league and as.si.sted
In the presentation of the tro-
phy to Manager Benard of the
Silver City nlae.
Jos French should have been
at home resting his leg, which he
fractured In a softball Instruc-
tion class a few months ago. but
mm
LAYGftWn
INNINGS
VISITORS
GAMBOA
3D

TSKET
championship. The winners of
this game will journey to Sliver
City to play for the Isthmian
Championship.
L. B. H. S. students can pre-
pare for their Chorrera Field Day
trip on Friday, Mar. 30.
Junior High School students
will be going on the following
Friday, April 8.
All boys 12 years old and under
are urged to report to the P. E.
instructor of his district for in-
formation on the requirements of
the Little League, which will be
started among Local-Rate com-
munities on June 15. The Little
League baseball was started in
the United States and is now
very popular there. Little League
baseball has been featured in
manv magazines- this month's
Albrook League Championship.
The 5700th team is managed by
Sgt. Albert Creel who has the
exceptional pitching staff of Wil-
lis Rhodes and Victor New.
The Balboa All-Stars and Cris-
tobal All-Stars are made up of
Elavers from several teams. These
earns have combined Into all-
stars In order to give a better
account of themselves and avoid
any weak teams in the tourna-
ment.
All games will start promptly
on time, Infield and hitting
practice must be taken prior to
the start of your respective games
at Field Two. Each team will be
allotted one-half hour on this
diamond prior to their game. In
case of rain the tournament will
be held the following day, April 1.!
The home team will be decided
by the flip of a coin fifteen mln-'
utes previous to your respective,
game. Any team that is not ready !
to play within ten minutes of
scheduled time will forfeit the
game and their entry money. All
game balls will be furnished by
the host of the tournament.
The all-day affair will start at
8:30 a.m. and continue through-
out the day with the champion-1
ship game to start at 5:15 and
the third-place championship at
4 p.m. Bob Likins and Harvey
Parkers will umpire the entire |
tournament and their decisions,
will be final. Charlie Magee will;
handle the loud speaker system.
All plavers are invited to Bring
their families as the Gamboa
swimming pool for small and
large children will be open |
throughout the day. also the
swings and Jungle Jim will be
available for the small children,
picnic tables will be available for
families who Intend to make a
day of it along with a barbecue
oven. ,,
Free beer will be available
throughout the day for the
PLAYERS ONLY. Each player
will be stamped to indicate him
as a player in the affair. The
Gamboa Recreation Council will
operate a concession stand with
refreshments for all'others In at-
tendance.
K.S., fnjury-Ricldled, Has
Strong Bench; Foes Tired
By UNITED PRESS
MINNEAPOLIS. Mar. 87.According to the coaches, tonight-
NCAA championship basketball game will be played between tired
Kentucky and injury-ridden Kansas State.
Coach Jack Gardner of Kansas State says he's afraid the
aches and pains may slow up his wildcats in the final contest
at Minneapolis.
Gardner says four of his players are suffering from injuries,
but he Isn't getting much sympathy from basketball fans. The
fans are aulck to point out that Kansas State has a strong
bench. They recall Gardner's second team did as weU as the
first against the Oklahoma Aggies Saturday night.
Gardner is not making any predictions, but he says he thinks
the big job is to stop Kentucky's seven-foot Ail-American enter,
Bill Sphrey. Gardner adds that six-foot-eight-inch Lew Hitch
may be just the man to stop the Kentucky ace.
Coach Adolph Rupp of Kentucky is getting more sympathy
for his complaints. Rupp says his team is tired and hasn't been
playing its best game recently. Rupp adds "We haven't had
one In a long time we were real pleased with."
Kentucky is expected to be the under-dog by game-time to-
night. The Wildcats had a tough time beating Illinois In the
Eastern finals. Saturday night while Kansas State walked all
over the Illinl in a warm-up game before the NCAA Tournament
started.
"D" LEAGUE CHAMPS This Is the team th
tion Junior Baseball "D" League championship
the title Rame at Mount Hope Stadium. Durl
and dropped two. Front row from left to rig
rls. third baseman; Carlos Seise, pitcher; Don
George Flgel. utility; James Drlscoll. right fiel
son, second baseman; Winters Hope, center fie
first baseman.
at copped the Physical Education and Recrea-
by virtue of a 10-0 victory over Cristobal In
ng' the Reason, the champions won 20 games
ht: Captain John Magee. catcher; Kenny Mor-
Ryter, shortstop. Back row from left to right:
der; Steve Herring, left fielder; Lloyd Hender-
lder; James Powell, right fielder; Miles Metcalf,
Houston Buffalos Trounce Army All-Stars
14-1; Meet Albrook Flyers This Afternoon
The nation's basketball coaches are meeting in Minneapolis
to see if they can find a new rule to cut down excessive foul-
ing.
The rules committee and coaches association will take up the
question during a three dav conference.
Rules Committee Chairman Tony Hinkle of Butler University
savs he doubts if anv drastic changes will be agreed uoon.
"There's still too much difference of opinion," Hinkle saya,
"over what should be done." _______.
Little League
PACIFIC SIDE
Teams
Curundu....... 3
Sears Mailorder .. 3
Saint Mary's .... 2
Diablo-Hlllmen .. 2
Police Dept..... 1
Fire Dept....... 1
Won Lost Pet.
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.750
.500
.500
.250
.250
. gue pitching star. Who knows,
ne apparently couldn't desert his maybe someday your son. or your
boys with such ai important, neighbor's son or your little
match coming up, so game-time : friend from across the street may
Sundhn in the stands with a be featured In such an article.
All six teams are in action this
afternoon. The game of the day
will be at Curundu. where the
home team will be entertaining
the Dlablo-Hillman Automen.
This is a MUST for both teams.
aany magazinesmus nnmui s Curundu must win to retain the
Ebony carries an Interesting league leadership and the Auto-
article about a Negro Little Lea- men must knock off the Coun-
Last night the Houston Buf-
falos of the Triple "A" Texas
League got off on the right foot
in their four-game exhibition
series here. They trounced the
Army All-Stars 14-1 at Balboa
Stadium before more than 3,000
fans.
Dick Bokelman went the route
for the visitors, allowing only
six scattered hits. The only run
scored against him was the re-
sult of a walk to Delvalle fol-
lowed by Beaudoln's triple In
the second Inning.
The soldiers one-run lead stood
up until the fifth Inning- when
the Buffs pushed over seven
runs. In this Inning. Rockinskl
who started on the mound
for the All-Stars tired after
facing eight batters. Hanson,
who replaced Rochlnskl. faced
another four men before the
side was finally retired.
Houston added two runs in
the sixth, single tallies in the
seventh and eight and three
In the ninth inning. (The Buffs
mlscued three times while the
All-Stars erred four times.
Bill Costa and Shofner clout-
ed horn, runs for the winners.
Costa also had a triple and a
single to give him three foT six.
However, McGaha with three
for five and Kokelma with
two for three had better aver-
ages. Jerome Wltte also had
three for six.
For the All-Stars, Bergeson
with two lor four was the only
player to get more than one
safety.
This afternoon the Buffs are
slated to n.eet the Albrook Fly-
ers at 2 p.m. at Beam Stadium.
The Flyers will go into the game
with a string of 18 consecutive
victories.
Hall Of Famer Eddie Collins
Funeral Set For Tomorrow
BOSTON, Mar. 27 (UP> One
of baseball's all-time greats will
be laid to rest on Wednesday.
Funeral services for Eddie Col-
linsvice president of the Bos-
ton Red Soxwill be held Wed-
nesday morning at the Church
of the Advent In Boston. Collins,
who was a member of baseball's
Hall of Fame, died Sunday night
In a Boston hospital at the age of
63. The Red Sox executive had
been In the hospital since Martn
10 when he suffered a stroke.
Collins' death has saddened
the entire baseball world. The
former great second baseman
spent a lifetime in the game and
was loved and respected by all
who knew him during his career
as a ball player and, later, as an
executive.
"He was the best of all second
basemen." says Connie Mack.
"He didn't fit the bill as a short-
stop, so he became the greatest
of all second basemen."
Jimmy Dvkespresent manag-
er of the Assays he Is heart-
broken at the news as he didn't
know Collins was 111.
"He was a fine man." says the
former third baseiwan. "He help-
ed me a lot and we've always been
verv friendly."
Manager Casey Stengel of the
megaphone shouting encourage
jnent and advice to the boys on
the Held. He also took Dart in the
presentation ceremonies.
P. E. teacher. Clinton Parrls,
who has temporary charge here
iiiiti i....... - --------
cllmen if they intend to go any-
where in the first half.
Diablo suffered a setback when
their star pitcher went on the
sick list. Undoubtedly Pedro Sa-
las will be called upon to keep
the Councllmen from staging an-
.,-. i.ai..,.. ^........ w. w.c ~...- other last Inning rally to pull the
sion of Schools Is hoping to be game out of the fire.
able to send a team to the U. 6. In the Balboa Stadium, the
The Physical Education and
Recreation Branch of the Dlvl-
to participate in the Little Lea-
gue World Series. Please help to
at Kanta Cruz while Jos French i make this dream possible, not ponce ueparimem suppers, me
is laid uu was all out for the only for the P. E. R. B.. but also' Saints should win this one and
Santa Cruz club Had he been at i for your boy, or your neighbor's stav in the running for the title
- his hometown. Gatun. he would boy. or for your little friend from i the event one of the leaders
upsetters of Sears, namely the
Saint Mary's Saints will meet the
Police Department Coppers The
Ilia nuniriuwii. v.aiu.1, ti>- w.. )---------- -
.no doubt have been rooting for across the street,
-the Sliver City group, but as it i
*3as. he came out with the Gam-,
^oa team and although the boys
lost, all extended warm appre-
ciation of his earnest efforts.
, Parris may leave us at the end
~9i this month to take up new du-
fies elsewhere. We are going to I
"be mighty sorry to lose him, and
the manv friends he has won
over in his short stav here will t
jhiss him. Good luck on your new
Job, Mr. P.
Fight
Rheumatism
While You Sleep
If you suffer iharp. tat>Mng pain. If
Jnlnta i' swollen, li ihowi >our blood
mar b |.lind through faulty klclnty
>rhr armpoma <>f Kldny IHa-
ar<- Hunting, Itching Paaaagta,
ludy urine, Oattlng O
Harold Scott. 8. C.'s physical i
director. Is mlghtv proud, 'cause, ,,-,,
his boy, Smith, rjitched a no-hit.' strong, riou... urine, uu
no-ru game here at Santa Cruz: NJebt. Backache, i.umbaso. kee
aground. That boy has a long Jgg ^l^rA^tnZ't
way to go, and Scott made hiin. . __ etc. Cyitex tight the trouble bV
_ . .... i .___-i_____-.., helping the K'>li,*\ i In 3 wm: 1. llflii
Red Tank forfeited her chances
. -,. * aifaJ'vo tnreo ii'ium- try
tiftlplhsT lh Ktftn*>p In t wa>i; I. Helps
issas, iWieY .-- ----------- ritan out poisonous acids. 2. Coinbsts
?"at the Midget Leanue tropny! v*rms in th urinsrv BMtem i. gnott.*.
sfhen non-rMisten-i- were used ( ff^ cain irritated tissues Get Cytt.x thpy belonir on top. Alfred Bruiv
* the game" against La BocaJ # -f "gffgJWS&aftai ho has won two and lost no-
_^nta Cruz defeated Paraso and asean will start for Sears and tin
Will play La Boca lur the Pacific
slip. Joe Cicero, former major
I leaguer, has been drilling the
1 Saints and in baseball parlance
the Saints have plentv of savvy.
On the other hand, the Coppers
may pull out of their trance and
still make trouble for the other
teams.
At Diablo. Sears Mailorder
boys will play host to the Fire De-
partment Smokies. The Smokies
were really hard hit yesterday,
when two of their mainstays
went on the sick list. John Ham-
ma. who was being groomed to
knock Sears off the top, himself
was brought down with the
mumps. Kirchmeir also wi'l be
out of the game for the same ill-
ness.
Sears Mailorder boys will try to
Erove that their defeat at the
ands of Saint Mary's was Just
Soothe i one of those things, and that
they belong on top, Alfred Bruhr
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Coleman, Shantz and Astroth;
Stobbs, Taylor and Scherbarth.
Evans, Wallace
Bout In Making
The managers of Kid Evans
and Sylvester Wallace were
scheduled to meet this after-
noon to settle final arrange-
ment! for a bout between these
two top-ranking feather-
weights, according to informa-
tion received from reliable
sources.
Evans handlers had demand-
ed a $500 side-bet plus a win-
ner-take-all basis for the fight.
Wallace's handlers immediate-
ly accepted. However, the two
factions could not finally come
to terms.
If this match is arranged, it
would be the final elimination
in the 126-pound class with the
inner meeting Sammy Medi-
na for the crown left vacant by
Stanley McKay.
New York Yankees best express-
es the general feeling.
"Baseball Is going to mlas Col-
lins," says Stengel. "He was an
outstanding manon the field
and off it."
At the Red 8ox training camp
in Sarasota, Florida, Outfielder
Ted Williams was the hardest hit
by news of Collins death.
It was Collins who discovered
Williams In 19.36. and the star
slugger says the Red Sox execu-
tive was "the closest friend I had
in baseball." Williams says that
whenever things went wrong for
him, Collins would call him in
and give him advice. Says Ted
"He was always on my side, al-
ways my friend."
The Red Sox will wear black
mourning bands on their sleeves
this season. Club Secretary Tom
Dowd says he Is trying to cancel
Wednesday's exhibition game
with the Detroit Tigers.
Collins was a star In the major
leagues for 25 vearsfirst with
the As and later, the Chicago
White Sox. His life-time batting
average was .333. He also was a
dangerous man on the base-
naths. Collins stole 81 bases in
1910 and wound up with a total
of 743.
In 1909a year after being
converted into a second baseman
Collins was part of Connie
Macks famous $100.000 infield
along with Stuffy Mclnnls, Jack
Barry and Frank "Home Run"
Baker. Mack broke up the com-
bination in 1915 and Collins was
sold to the White Sox for the
then fabulous price of $45,000.
IUST LIKE HIS BOYReversing the usual trend. Bill Brown,
-ight, follows in the spike prints of his son. Tommy. The Brooklyn
foungster, who in three seasons will be a 10-year man at 26, intendi
c share the Dodgers' left fielding with Gene Hermanski. (NEA)
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Former Featherweight Cham-
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left shoulder last night in win-
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Pat Iaccobucci in Miami Beach.
Pep's manager, Lou Viscusi,
said the injury was "very pain-
ful" and left Pep's arm in a
sling.
After last night's fight. Pep
said he would be "ready" for
Sandy Saddler in June or July.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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-/itlcmtic S^ociety
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED AT DINNER PART
Mr. and Mrt. Robert E. Sisman, of the Coco Solo Naval
Station, announced the engagement of their daughter, Shir-
ley Jean, to Mr. Fay Louis Alken, at a buffet dinner party
given Easter Sunday evening at their home. _,___.
Mili Sisman graduated from Washington Hlrh School in
Washington, Pa., and attended the University of Miami In
Miami. Florida, before" coming to the Isthmus last June, to
Mr. Alken Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Alken
f Reading, Vermont. He graduated from high school in his
home town and has been a member of the Marine Corps for
the past six years. He has been stationed on the Isthmus
for the past two years. ... _
The weddint will take place April 18 at the Coco Solo
Naval Chapel.
The buffet table was decorated
with an Easter motif f using silver
and crystal appointments.
The friends who were present
Included: Mr. and Mrs. M.S. But-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Downing.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Hurley, and
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Martin.
Combined Birthday Dinner
And Kitchen Shower
Mr. and Mrs. David Hawthorne
entertained at their New Cristo-
bal residence last evening with a
family dinner partv and kitchen
shower complimenting Miss Bev-
erly Ruoff and her fiance. Mr.
Robert Berger. Mrs. Leo Gonlet
was also honored a It was her
blrthdav anniversary.
The dinner table was centered
with miniature kitchen furniture
and each of the honorees had a
cake. Mrs. Goulet's was a birth-
day cake and the other two were
decorated with equipment to car-
ry out the kitchen shower motif.
and small figures to represent
Miss Ruoff and her fiance.
The other members of the fam-
ily who were present were: Mr.
Carl M. Ruoff. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
pha Kenyon, Mr. Leo Goulet, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ruoff, Misses
Joyce. Pamela, Evelyn, and Carol
Hawthorne and David, Jr., and
Oren Hawthorne.
Surprise Birthday Supper
Party and Dance
Mr. and Mrs. James Recela ar-
ranged a surprise buffet supner
party and dance at the Elks
Home at Brama. Heights, Satur-
day morning, to compliment their
daughter. Joanne on her six-
teenth birthday anniversary.
A pink and white scheme was
used on the buffet table and the
three-tiered blrthdav cake was
decorated with the same colors,
aod apnroprlatelv inscribed.
The Royal Sultans orchestra
furnished music for"dancing.
The youne people who helDed
Joanne celebrate were: Misses
Jackie Bovle. Nancy Ramsey,
Nancy Karlger. Jeanlne Nix, Bar-
bara Hickey, Ann Thomas, Dora
Weich. Helen Klsam, Pat Ged-
des. Nellie Holgerson, Karen
Stroop. Mercedes Peterson. Len-
eve Dough. Virginia Fahle. Jane
Compton, Joan Spraeue. of Bal-
boa, with Messrs. CarJton Croft,
Walter Kuhrt. Bob Bailey. Casev
Zimmerman, Bob Slevers. Bob
Salter. Tomm Hushes. Dlek Du-
cote, Lanky Flores. John Frank,
Vernon Bryant. Talmadge Salter,
Bill Wllloughby. Pete Johnson,
Dick Sullivan. Jerry Ravmond.
and Frankle Ravmond of Balboa,
and Ralph Recela.
and a canopy of pastel stream-
ers completed the decorations.
Corporal Robb and Fernando
Aguilera were responsible for the
transformation of the ballroom.
Two young ladles were honor-
ed during the evening, and led
the grand march. Miss Lillian
Williams receiver* a gift and a
certificate of commendation as
the girl of the Month for Feb-
ruary. Miss Raquel Garzan re-
ceived the red seal certificate of
commendation for completing
500 hours Of service since Jan-
uary 1949.
Mrs. Leslelgh Davis and Mrs.
.E. F. McClelland were In charge
of the refreshments.
The young ladles who were
Dresent were: Misses Dorothy
Rowley, Beverly Llndstrom, Dol-
ly Tucker, Dawn Preston, Mar-
line Peacock, Dorothy Engle-
brieht, Mlckle Taylor, Lillian
Williams, Raquel Qarzan, May
Thomason, Eunice Hassan, Ma-
ria Carpentler, Betty Ebuenga,
Faye. Rita and Lois Howard, and
Anita Cheeseborough.
Guests for the evening were:
Mrs. William Brady, Mrs. Rose
Tome, Mrs. George E. Dentn,
and Mrs. Margaret Austin, Se-
nior hostess.
under the instruction of Mrs.
Maybelle Thomson, will meet to-
morrow at 9:30 a.m. at the
I.A.W.C. Building.
Terry Sears Celebrate!
Birthday Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sears, of the
Colo Solo Naval Station enter-
tained with a party at their
quarters Saturday afternoon to
honor their son. Terry, on his
11th birthday anniversary.
The children enjoyed an East-
er egg hunt, with Jerry DeTore
winning the prize. A picnic sup-
per was served after which Terry
cut the birthday cake.
The young guests were: Bruce
Van Hoff, Gary Hargrove, Roger
Huff. John Ambrose, David Eber-
enz. Bobby and Argean Cox, Don
and Francis Mandevllle, Doris
Duncan, Clara Taylor, and Ellen
Hamilton.
Decorating Class
Meets Wednesday
The Interior decorating class
which is being sponsored bv the
Inter-American Women's Club
'See How They Run'
Is Major 1951
College Drama Show
I.A.W.C. Invited to Tea
The members of the Colon Unit
of the Inter-American Women's
Club are Invited to a tea at El
Panam by the Panam Unit, on
Wednesday, April 4.
All who desire to attend are re-
quested to make their reserva-
tion by" calling Mrs. Hans lilies.
Colon 207 or Mrs. Fred Haseloff.
3-2103, not later than Saturday.
VMting at Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Darl-
ing, of Brazos Heights, and their
house guest. Mr Darling's sister.
Mrs. Ernest I. DuPont, Jr.. left
todov to spend the week at Santa
Clara.
Silver Tea at Gilbert House
The Cristobal Woman's Club is
sponsoring a silver tea at the
Gilbert House tomorrow from 3:00
to 6:00 p.m. for the benefit of the
Plillantrophy committee. Music
will be furnished bv the Cristo-
bal Hteh School string ensemble
with Miss Anna and Miss Rita
Fisher as accompanists.
All members are requested to
bring four guests. Mrs. Stanley
Kidd is chairman of the tea.
Official Opening
Of Teen-Age Club
The Atlantic Side Teen-Age
Club will open officially Friday,
Arrangements have lust been March 30. There will be a block
completed for the College Drama dance in the parking lot In front
to present "See How They Run''
at the Diablo Clubhouse Theater
oh Wednesday and Thursday. A-
prll 18 and 19. Since the January^
production of the Canal Zone
Junior College was cancelled be-
cause of the polio ban, this will be 8:80 Pm-
the only major stage show given ; --
this year by the drama group.
"See How They Run" was the
smash hit of the theater season
of the Margarita Clubhouse with
music by Caleb Clement's Orch-
estra.
The house-opening will start
at 6:00 p.m. and the dance at
The Ruth Link of the Oatun
Union Church Auxiliary, under
the leadership of Mrs. Leon
Visiting at Fort Gulick
Mai. John F. Lovd. M.C.U.S.A.,
and Mrs. Loyd of Fort Gulick
have ps their houseguests Miss
Anne Child and Mrs. E. Thomp-
son Child of Findlay. Ohio. The
visitors are Mrs. Loyd's sister and
sister-in-law. Thev arrived last
evening by Pan-American Air-
ways from Cleveland.
Miss Child is having her spring
vacation from Ohio Wesleyan and
they plan to spend the time on
the Isthmus.
Eater Ball
The Armed Forces Y was the
^Jn^aSn^oi^TmS" *" wlnmet" Thursday at7-30
ffstagVfn ^.'whe'n TZ ' at ^ home f MrS' HW"
ard Harris.
There will not be a covered
first produced in London, Thea
ter World, had this to say about
it: "An apt title for an excellent dish'spper'as'formerly planned,
farce-comedy of the most involv-
ed variety......Nor is there any ,__.., r\ at a
offense anywhere in this admir- ISTHMIAN DATA
ably written play Which deservos
a Ion grun for it rollicking good
humor."
Samuel French, Inc. of New
York, publishers of "See How
They Run" in the U.S.. sent Dl-
Marriage Licenses
CLARK, William Hubbard. 24.
crorTuberTTurVfiofThVc: of Old Hickory. Term, to>8AR-
nal Zone Junior College a copy of: TAIN- Marle Susanne, 20, of An-
the play last summer with these 'on-
words, "this is the funniest play | BENNETT, Donald James. 20,
we've had on our lists for years." of Fort Kobbe, formerly of Fres-
So swift is the action, so Involved no. California, to DUNYAH, Do-
the situations, so rib tickling the rothy Eleanor, 26, of Fort Gulick,
plot that at Its finish, audiences formerly of Perth Amboy, N. J.
are left as exhausted from laugh-
themselvcs
West To Make Peace With Japan
Without Soviets, Sino-Reds -
BY HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, Mar. 27 (UP>
Tin rt iiuw appears little doubt
that the Western powers w'!l
proceed with a Japanese Peace
Conference without Russia an I
Communist China, according to
official sources here today.
Now that the United States nos
made known Its terms the wiy
is open for discussion among
friendly powers, they said.
British officials think mem-
bership of the peace conference
should be open to three bro:id
categories:
1) Those countries who made
direct contributions to the war
against Japan;
21 Those who suffered from
Japanese aggression;
3> Those with special interests
in the Pacific.
Britain believes the confer-
ence should proceed with all
participants counting techni-
cally as equals, but that the
"major interest!" of the United
States must be taken into ac-
count.
Britain still believes every
opportunity should be given
both Russia and China to at-
tend the Japanese peace con-
ference, with the proviso that
they agree to a generally ac-
ceptable procedure.
It ; understood the Common-
wealth countries and the United
States agree the conference
should include all nations Join-
ing in tjae Pacific war "who
would abide by the decision of a
two-thirds majority."
The number of points of dif-
ference remaining between the
Commonwealth countries and the
United States on the Japanese
peace treaty is not large.
15-Day Sentence
Is Handed Down
For Cable Theft
Theft of 48 feet of lead-sheath-
ed cablelatest in a series of lo-
cal cable theftsled to a 15-day
Jail sentence for Wesley McNlsl,
30, Panamanian.
The cable, valued at $38.40, was
stolen last Friday from the Cu-
rundu plants of contractor LouU
Sommers. In Balboa Magistrate's
Court, where McNlsh pleaded
guilty today,- It was brought out
that he had made a deal with a
"man in Panam" to steal the
cable which would then be sold
and the proceeds split.
Tyrone and Linda Lose
Furs and Jewellery
LONDON, Mar. 27. (UP)
Ports and air terminals are be-
ing watched by the police today
for $42,000 worth of Jewelry and
furs stolen over the weekend
from the Mayfalr apartment of
Tyrone Power and Linda Christ-
Ian.
The United States' generous
terms are unlikely to present any
dlf'lcultles. They might even be
an inducement to the Peiplng
Government not to align Itself
with Russia's position on the
procedure.
There is little likelihood now of
the United States being voted
down by the Commonwealth
countries and other participants
at the Japanese peace confer-
ence. There are likely to be inltl
differences at the conference ie
garding Japan's international
status in matters of trade and
defense, but these are likely to be
smoothed out by a majority vote.
Special interest Is being at-
tached to United States pro-
posals that the future of South
Sakhalin and the Kurlle Is-
lands be called at the peace
conference.
This is an offer to re-open the
whole question of the Yalta de-
cisions, and to challenge Russia's
tight to these ex Japanese is-
lands. >
In London the move Is seen as'
carefullly planned for the atten-
tion of the Japanese, while tlis
United States suggestion that
the future of Formosa and liie
Pescadores should be discussed fat
the same time as South Sakhalin
and the Kuriles is thought likely
to prove attractive to Commun-
ist China.
Third Assassination
In Iran Is Thwarted
By Arrest of Four
TEHERAN. Mar. 27, (UP) A
6lot to assassinate Oeneral Abdul
usseln Hejazl, military govern-
or of Teheran, was thwarted to-
day by the arrest of four men, po-
lice report.
The four men are said to have
confessed tbey belonged to the
extremist Moslem politico-reli-
gious sect Fldalyan Islam (Devo-
tees of Islam).
Members of this sect have al-
ready assassinated Premier Gen-
eral All Razmara and his Educa-
tion Minister Hamid Zanganeh.
Zanganeh died yesterday from
gunshot wounds inflicted a week
ago. Razmara was slain at a Te-
heran mosque Mar. 7.
Police sources said the four
would-be assassins of HeUv' wee
arrested on suspicion while hang-
ing around police headquarter.
They were found to be carrying
loaded pistols. They confessed
they planned to kill Hejazl.
8even other members of the Fl-
dalyan Islam sect were arrested
Saturday after a gunflght with
the police.
The sect said Razmara and
Zanganeh were slain because
they opposed the nationalization
of Iran's rich oilfields. It threat-
ened further assassinations of
foes of the scheme, which has
been approved by both houses of
the Iranian parliament.
Hejazl was appointed military
governor of Teheran and charged
with the enforcement of martial
law in the capital after the
shooting of Zanganeh.
&*^"S2~*
5minutt-,0<'dn,i'
Births
OSBORNE, Mr. and Mrs. Silas
ter as though they
had run a footrace.
Tickets for the college drama
s: ss^^ssws ari^ra.?0 iVaS. wr3.Tg.-g5; 5
^rvieemen attended by 87 gtudent ^adMcm members of Mar. 21. Colon Hospital.
the college. Special boards will be MAITLAND. Mr. and Mrs. El-
set up In Balboa clubhouse and win S., of Silver City, son, Mar.
in Diablo Clubhouse on Sunda,-.: 22. Colon Hospital.
The ballroom was decorated
with cutouts of Easter eggs, with
two large bunnies forming the
backdrop for the 60th Army
Band, which furnished music for
the evening. Artificial flowers
before the presentation of the
farce-comedy on Wednesday, Apr.
18 and on Thursday, Apr. 19.
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ASHTON ft PARSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
GIBB, Mr. and Mrs. C. I., of
Paraiso, son, Mar. 22, Gorges
Hospital.
GREGORY. Mr. and Mrs T. F .
of Panama, daughter, Mar. 22,
Gor ZEPHYRINE. Mr. and Mrs. Os-
car, of Vista Hermosa. daugh-;r,
Mar. 23, Gorgas Hospital.
STENCIL. Commander and
Mrs W.J.. of Quarry Heights, son.
Mar. 23. Gorgas Hospital.
ASPRILLA, Mr. and Mrs. A., of
Gamboa, daughter. Mar. 24, Gor-
gas Aospital.
NESFIELD. Mr. and Mrs. U., of
Panama, son. Mar. 24, Gordas
H.-spital.
WHEATON, Mr. and Mrs. J. M..
t.f Colon, daughter, Mar 24, Gor-
ges Hospital.
SANDERS. Sgt. and Mrs. G.E..
of Fort Kobbe. son, Mar. 24, Gor-
gas Hospital.
SMALL. Mr. and Mrs. IB Of
Tank, daughter, Mar. 25. Gorgas
Hospital.
WILLIAMS.Mr. and Mrs. RM.,
of Parque Lefevre. daughter, Mar.
25. Gorgas Hospital.
THOMPSON. Mr. and Mrs.
James, of Panama, daughter.
Mar 25. Gorgas Hospital.
BARTLETT, Mr. and Mn.
Frank, of Pedro Miguel, son,
Mar. 25. Gorgas Hospital.
LAIRD, Mr. and Mrs. D. L., of
Pedro Miguel, son, Mar. 25, Gor-
gas Hospital.
ALEXANDER. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert of Chepo, son. Mar. 25, Oor-
gas Hospital.
Deaths
GrTTEN8. Baby boy. five hour",
Mar 22. Gorgas Hospital.
LE8LIE. Washington I., 57, of
La Boca. Mar. 23, Gorgas Hospi-
tal.
CHANDLER. Walter P.. 76. Of
Balboa. Mar. 24. Gorgas Hospital.
LAYNE. Frederick B., 58. of
Camp Coiner, Mar. 25, Gorgas
Hospital
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Army, Navy, Air Force News
Army Artists Will
Compete In Five ~;
Different Classes
COLONEL JAMES E. BOWEN. JR., (center) who Is leaving
the 33rd Regiment Combat Team to assume command of the
Atlantic Sector, receives a scroll "in testimonial of their re-
gards" from the Officers of the Combat Team. Presenting
the scroll in behalf of the officers are Major Howard G.
Bardes, left, and Capt. Oscar Drake. The action took place
at the Fort Kobbe Officers Club recently, where a reception
was held In honor of Colonel and Mrs. Bowen.
(Official U.8. Army Photo)
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The announcement that two
new methods developed by Army
research to simplify and Improve
the treatment of extensive radia-
tion burns was received at Head-
quarters USARCARIB today.
One treatment, called thi
"open'' method, is carried out
without the use of any type of
dressing. The other type of treat-
ment requires a standardized
pressure dressing.
Both treatments were descrio-
ed recently In a talk prepared Tor
delivery by Colonel William 8.
Stone. Army medical officer, at
the annual post-graduate assem-
bly and convention of the College
of Medical Evangelists in Los An -
geles, California. Colonel 8tone,
commandant of the Army Medi-
cal Graduate school at Washing-
ton. DC, spoke on "Individual
Protection and Treatment of
Thermal Burns Following An A-
Bomb Explosion."
Colonel Stone described the
open treatment, new in medic A
circles, as simply exposing the
burned surface to warm, dry air
using no medication. A dry crust
forms in 24 hours, after which a
high calorie nutritious diet is
supplied. Infection is preveo.el
by formation of the dry crust.
The pressure method, he said.
Is more applicable to extensive
burns involving more than 20 pet!
cent of the body surface. In inn
treatment a new specially con-
structed dressing is used which
requires no change until second
degree burns are healed or thlcM
degree burns are ready for skm
grafting.
In order to make effective
treatment possible Immediate.'y
Rfter an atomic explosion. Co'.
Stone suggested a plan be devel-
oped to organize and train per -
sonnel to meet the situation.
He explained that a study of
thermal burn cases by the open
method of treatment showed
that persons with 15 per cent
or less of their body surface in-
volved in first or second degree
burns, with minor third degree
burns, get along very well with-
out any assistance if Infections
and pain are controlled in the
first 24 hours. These individ-
uals, he said, could be taught to
care for themselves, using the
open method and a tew items
in a first-aid packet. Although
first and second degree burns
are the most painful, he said,
these people could be taught
by trained instructors to use
self-treatment during the crl -
tical period. This would relieve
the load on medical facililie-,
which should accept only burn
cases involving greater than 20
per cent of the body surface
and those complicated by other
injuries.
Colonel Stone suggested the
following tentative classification
of burn patients following an A-
homb explosion:
Mild: second degree bWns over
less than 15 per cent of the body
with no contained areas of third
degree greater than one inch in
diameter and with no third de-
gree lnvolvment of the hands.
Treatment: open method with
minor dressings, with remedy for
pain and drugs for infection on
:i seli-help basis.
Moderately severe: second de
gree burns over 15 to 20 per cent
of the body with contained areas
of third degree burns not greater
than one Inch In diameter. Trea; -
ment: largely self-help, as with
"Mild" cases, with some cases
needing dispensary care and wa-
ter with salt and sodium bicar-
bonate added, taken by mouth.
Severe: second degree burns
over 2C per cent of the body with
varying amounts of third degree
or where the hands are Involved
with major third degree burns.
Treatment: hospital care.
"If every person Is taught to
fall to the ground and huddle In-
stantaneously upon perceiving
the flash of an atom bomb." Col.
Stone said. "the. severity of the
burns and blast damage can be
reduced by greater than 50 per
cent."
U.S. Army Caribbean officials
announced today that an art
contest for members of tht
command will be held, as a pre*
limlnary to an All-Army con-
test to be conducted In October
under the auspices of the Ad-
jutant General.
Entries in the Panama area
must be made through service
clubs at the respective posts
not later than June 1.
Authorization for submitting
entries in the Antilles command
has been given, with the same
deadline to be observed.
The entries will be grouped n
five categories: pesters, car-
toons, design, painting and
drawing. The "Design" category,
the most extensive, embraces
design of "any Item or object
of common use, such as tex-
tiles, clothing, furnishings, ve-
hicles, weapons, and others."
and also "plana for model
homes, and recreation centers
or buildings."
Prizes will be provided for the
best entry and the runner-up
entry in each category. A board
of judges is to be selected by
the Recreation officer, Special
Services Section. Headquarters,
U8ARCARIB. Fort Amador, who
has been designated Contest
Officer. This section will provide
detailed Information to persons
Interested in entering the con-
test.
Navy Wants Payroll
Supervisor for Rodman
The Industrial Relations Of-
fice, u. 8. Naval Supply Facil-
ity, Rodman, is accepting ap-
plications until April 6 for a
civilian payroll section super-
visor, GS-5. Applicants must
have two years experience with
government payroll work. The
annual base pay s $3,873.
PC's 1st Sanitary
Chief To Get NYU
Hall Of Fame Place
A bust of Major General Wil-
liam C. Gorgas, first chief Sa-
nitary Officer of The Panama
Canal, will be installed in the
Hall of Fame In special cere-
monies at New York University
May 24. according to informa-
tion from Thomas W. Martin of
Birmingham, Alabama, chair-
man of the Gorgas Hall of Pama
j committee.
I This committee, largely respon-
sible for the nomination of
Oeneral Gorgas for a place in
' the gallery of great Americans,
j has recently received and for-
I warded to the Hall of Fame the
! necessary funds for the lnstal-
! latlon of the bust, Mr. Martin
said.
General Gorgas was one of
I six chosen this year for a place
In the Hall of Fame and re-
ceived more votes than any of
the other candidates. The se-
lection of persons to be accord-
ed this honor Is made every
five years by a group of 119 se-
lectors from all over the United
States.
Others who will be accorded
the same honor this year art
Woodrow Wilson. Susan B. An-
thony. Alexander Graham Bell,
Theodore Roosevelt and Joslah
Willard Gibbs.

dom* your watch
Army Commissions 1st Woman
Dentist At Captains Rank
The first woman dentist to be
commissioned in the Army Den-
tal Corps reported for duty Mar.
21. according to Information re-
ceived by the United States Ar-
my Caribbean, today.
She is Dr. Helen E. Myers,
of Philadelphia and Lancaster,
Pennsylvania. Dr. Myers will oe
assigned to Fort Lee, Virginia,
in the grade of captain.
Dr. Myers, the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Wiley E. Myers, of 720
N. 40th Street Philadelphia,
shares offices with her father,
who has practiced dentistry at
that address since 1906. She also
maintains an office in Lan-
caster. Dr. Myers received the
degree of Doctor of Dental
Surgery from Temple University
In Philadelphia In 1941.
Dr. Myers Is a member of the
American Dental Association,
the Association of American
Women Dentists, Soroptomlst
International Association, the
West Philadelphia Odentogra-
phlc Society, and the Lancaster
Chamber of Commerce.
Legislation enacted last Aug.
authorized the appointment of
female professional personnel
for the first time In any Re-
serve Corps of the Army Me-
Pimples Go
Don't let ltd.ins Pimples Hoseme,
Ringworm. Blsckhsade. Acne. Psoriasis,
Foot Itch, Athlete's Pool (Allpufga) or
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embarrass you another day without
trying Nixederm. This great medicine
eombats (be germs and parasites which
eften are tbe real cause of skin troubles.
Tost Is why Nlxoderm so quickly makes
your skin soft, clear, smooth snd at-
tracts*. Get Nixederm frosmyour drug-
gist todayese how much setter ysesr
akisj looks aod feels tomorrow.
dical Service. A wartime law
authorising the appointment of
female physicians terminated in
1947.
As officers on active duty, wo-
men dentists appointed In the
Reserve will be given same op-
portunities for clinical practice
and advancement now available
to male officers in comparable
grades. The pay, allowances, and
retirement benefits which ac-
crue to male officers also apply
to women dental reservists.
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TTTESDAT, MARCH 17, 1951
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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoli Ava.
rhuns 2-22*1
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
rarqu* I.nttpa
Panam
MORRISON'S
Ns. 4 I'ourlh of Jnly Ava.
Phuna 2-9441
BOTICA CARLTON
10 059 Mrlrndrz Ave.
Phone 255 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. U Wa 12th Ilr.,1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 47 "H" Street Panam
No 12.17 Cutral Ave. Coln
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOl< SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
"i orke:, used one yeor, cost new
$3.600. rodio, seat covers, best
offer over $2.000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S 2-2851 or 2-1653.
Balboo._____________^^
FCR SALE:-49 Buick Super Con-
vertib'e. Quorters 249-D. Coco So-
lo 302^_____________________________
FOR SALE1950 Olds "88," 4-door
Sedon, hydramotic. radio, under-
cooted. 5623-D Hecker Place. Dio-
b!o. 4-6 p.m. Tel. 2-1889.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:1950 Pock-
ord. 4-door Sedan. W S W tires,
radio, new condition will accept
trode. smoller cor. Con be fin-
anced. Telephone 25-3520.
NEW heavy duty coterpillor D-4 with
ongle doier. 1942 Mack truck V.i
ton. good condition. All duty paid.
1439-C. Owen street, Balboa.
FOR SALETwo Ford Panel Delivery
Trucks. Closed bids accepted. In-
quire ct Pan American World Air-
ways, Inc., "L" Street No. 5, De-
Lssseps Pork. Manager's Office.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Pickup 1-2
' ton 1940. Motor overhouled. Duty
paid. Internotional Pickup 3-4 ton.
jffctellent condition, priced to sell.
'Garage Smithy. Colon 1102-J.
Cristobal 2325. ______________
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1949 four
door sedon, low mileoge. duty paid.
Tel.j-1289 _3J818.________
FOR- SALE: 195 I Ford Custom. 4-
Door. Phone 83-6185, ofter 4:30
p\ m.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinkmf problem?
Writ Alcoholics Anonymous
Bo. 2031 Ancn, C. 1.
We drill water wells. For information
telephone 3-0931, Panama, Mr.
Charles J. Hilbert.
If your piono need fixing, call Sidney
E. Hyoms. Box 3493, Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores.
Bomboo magazine rack, $15.00.
Porch screens. $ 10.00. Louvers
(duplex). $10.00. 6 piece wicker
set, $50.00. Electric clock, 25
cycle. $2.50. 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 Delto, 4 blades.
$35.00. Desk, $10.00. Wood vise.
$2.50. Sewing machine. $50.00.
30. volances Iduplex), $15.00.
One chifforobe, $20.00. House
5758-B Diablo. Tel. 2-2937.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Diningroom furniture,
livingroom furniture, Simmons
double bed, Servil got refrigerator,
all exceptional bargain. Plomara
Nocional, Central 210.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator 9 cubic feet, all porcelain,
house 027 I-A, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 9 cu. ft. Frigi-
daire. 25 cycle. $200.00. 1947
7 cu. ft. Frigidaire, 25 cycle, $100.
00. Terms if desired. All Frigidairos
have 5 year guorantoa from data
of purchase. Barry Kenealy. House
172-A, New Cristobal. Phono
2378.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Refrigr-
alo. 25 cycle. 7 cu. ft. 1948 Mo-
del. Excellent condition. House
807-A, Tavernilla St. Balboa,
phone 2-3635.
RESORTS
Phillip*. Beach totiogos, Santa Clara
Bo number 435. Balboa Phone
Pona mo 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
167.*
GRAMLICH'S Santo Claro beoch.
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa. 6-541 or 4-567.
Will.ams iunto Clora beach Cottages.
'wo Dedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. RocKgas range* Phone Sal-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
FOR RENT:Foster's furn shed cot-
tages, between Santa Clai ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3'42, Panan-o
or see caretaker.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished residence.
Heights Golf. Call Tel. 2-1456.
FOR SALE: Dont fear BURGLARS.
Buy o Belgion Police pup. Except-
ional breed. Phone Shropnel, Bal-
boo 2820.
FOR SALE:Upright piano, newly re-
built, A-l condition, suitable for
ledge hall, club or church. Price
$300.00. Phone 4-565.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Pekinese
puppy, one month old. Peru Ave
No. 58, upstairs.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford 6, 4 Door
Sedan. Call 2-1467 or 5647, Apt.
It "Diablo, after 6 p. m.
FOR.iSALE: 1948 Dodge Sedan,
"excellent condition throughout, new
.tires, fluid drive. House 41 Gatun
'tight House Rood.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Dodge corryall front
. -wheel dnve, duty paid, child's
...crib. Excellent condition, mahogony
coffee table, office desk and lamp,
._Ctric fon. mahogany dming-
room set. Telephone Panoma 3-
. "078.__________________
SJOJ i i
:. Position Offered
..|-M------------------------------- ------
WANTED :-Typiit clerk. English -
Spcnish speaking, preferably know-
ledge shorthond; permonent posi-
tion for person guoranteeing move
. from Colon to Panama when offices
"' move to Pcnama within eight
months, or Panoma resident who
con work in Colon until offices
move Panamo. Columbia Pictures,
Justo Arcsemena Avenue between
_ .7 ond 8 Phone Colon 177.
Honda Governor
Calls Crime Prober
'AH Kinds of Liar*
. TALLAHASSEE. Fla..' Mar. 27
(UP. Gov. Fuller Warren de-
clared today that the operating
director of the Greater Miami
Crime Commission Is nine kinds
of a llai.
Commission Director Daniel
p. Sullivan had accused Warren
of telephoning the State Racing
Commission in behalf of race
track rackeleer Charles Brnid
after a National Democratic
Party official telephoned War-
ren.
in a statement challenging
Sullivan to prove the charges,
th Governor asserted that the
crime commission official was
> il) persistent. i2i unembar-
rassed. 3i productive. '4 slip-
rfry, 5i intemperate, 6" etjreei-
ns. <7i continuing and 18
j/erienced liar, and 9 > a liar
or a price.
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WANTED: Good dancers to act as
partners. Contact Harnett & Dunn.
Balboo YMCA, Thursday 6 p. m.
to 9 p. m. s
WANTED: Excellent and reliable
young woman seeks employment as
house maid and laundress, very
good references. 3 days .per week
Contact Mrs. Myer. P.A.D. 5288.
LESSONS
LFSSONS: Learn Walti. Fcx-trot.
Jitterbug, Rumba, Sambo, Tango,
mambo. Studio Balboa YMCA.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday, oil
day 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Harnett &
Dunn.
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH BY
MRS ROMERO. Wonderful system
Estudiante St. 77-A.
Mrs. G. P. Edwards
Of Coco Solo Dies
Suddenly At Home

.DELICIOUS.
CRISTOBAL, Mar. 26 Mrs.
Gladys Phillips Edwards, 41, of
=o!o, died late Sunday en
route to the Coco Solo Naval
Hospital, a short time after she
was found unconscious on the
floor of her home.
Mrs Edward had recently
hefn discharged from a local
hospital where- she had under-
gone surgical care, members of
her family told Canal Zone pcr-
llce.
Sunday afternoon she com-
| plained of a severe headache
i and had lain down to sleep.
About 5:45 p.m. Mrs. Edwards'
20-year-old son. who had also
. been asleep, was roused by the
telephone. He found his mother
' lying on the kitchen floor. She
apparestly had struck her head
in falling.
Medical assistance was sum-
moned and an ambulance call-
I cd. b. v Mrs. Edwards died before
she reached the hospital.
She is survived by her son
i and by ha' husband, George, a
former Chief petty officer now
employed with the Navy's Pub-
lic Works.
Funeral services will be held
at Cristobal Union Church at
3:30 p.m. Thursday, with burial
immediately thereafter at Mt.
Hope Cemetery.

Viet Minhs Attack
Red RiverDelta
SAICON. Mar. 27 Se-
vere fighting broke out today
I along the northern edge of the
i Red River Delta, according to
; French officials.
Several outlying posts and
pro-French fortified villages
were attacked by the rebels, but
the Viet Mlnh forces were re-
pulsed everywhere.
One French partisan force
"after magnificent resistance'
counter-attacked with artillery
support and inflicted heafy los-
ses on the rebels.
Thoueh the weather was bad
French aircraft attacked rebel
concentrations near Vletri, 21
miles northwest of Hanoi, and
Phulan"thuon". ?o miles north-
east of that city.
FOR SALE: Mahogany diningroom,
bedroom sets. China dishes, porlor
lamps, American educator. 8045,
Apt. 3, 9th. St. Colon.
FOR SALE:_7 ft. 25 cycle Westing-
house refrigerator. 2 year. 8
months guorontee. $150.00 14" 25
Cy. fan. Used tires and tubes 6.70
15. House 476-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
TWO LOTS FOR SALE: In cool Los
Cumbres, (25 minutes from Anconi
all utilities, available, near crest of
gentle hill, obout 1,000 square
meters. Section is being rapidly
built up. Good investment or build-
ing site. If you wish to inquire
about this, coll 2-1293 or write P.
J. Runkel. Box 249 Dioblo Heights.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingroom, diningroom, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, terroce.
garage, servant's room, garden,
large patio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR RENT:Chalet: three bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
garage, two services. Big "patio"
fenced. Good vecinity .!1js stop..
B.75.00 a month. Inform 91-B,
Belisorio Porras Street.
FOR RENT
Apartments
Cast Is Announced
For Cristbal Show
'Love Or Money'
CRISTOBAL. C.Z., Mar. 27
Cathy Barber will be seen In the
highly-coveted role of Janet.
Bla^.e, the naive young heroine of
"For Love or Money." when the
Cristobal Little Theater's presen-
tation of F. Hugh Herberts
laugh hit opens at the Scout
Shack on Colon Beach next Apr.
21.
Carol Rice has undertaken the
direction of this comedy Written
by the same author as "Kiss and
Tell" the highly hilarious pro-
duction during the last war.
Much speculation has been a-
roused as to who would be chose-n
for the so-called "star-making"
role ever since the Cristobal Lit-
tle Theater announced that they
would do this successful new plav
from the pen of the same F. Hugh
Herbert who wrote the hilarious
"Kiss and Tell." The part of Ja-
net was created In New York by
June Lockhart. who was catapul-
ted to Broadway stardom and oe-
sleged with Hollywood offers
while playing the role.
Walter McCracken has been
chosen to play Preston Mitcheil.
stage star of forty-five, in "For
Love or Money." The curtain ris-
es on the day that Mitchell has
become a widower, after having
been married to an Invalid wile
for ten years. Into his Long In-
land home bursts a rain-drench-
ed girl of twenty, Janet Blake,
fleeing from a party where sh.
had been affronted. As her shel-
ter under actor Mitchell's roof
becomes prolonged, his romantic
interest in her mounts, thoir-h
he remains mute because of the
discrepancy in their ages. Mat-
ters are further complicated by
the Intrusion of an pr-fen' *
veterar from next door, a friend
of the actor's wno. ioo. i*uu,
fugitive.Janet engaging. In 'hi
end she must make a choice be-
tween the two, but not before
many hilarious complications
have taken place.
Also comically Involved are the
actor's servants, to be played by
Betty Du:.:an and John L. WU1-
iam.s. the parents of the young
man from next door, to be play-
ed by Orace Williams and Roger
Orvis: and Nlta Havemeyer. Mti
chell's leading lady who has prior
claims on his affections, to oe
acted by Fran Orvis.
Jim Fernandez will be seen as
the ingratiating BUI Tremalne,
the actor's rival for Janet's al-
tentions. The Little Theater's
presentation of "For Love or Mo-
ney." which Is being staged by
Agnes Allan will continue for 3
performances through Apr. 24t:i
at the Scout Shack on Colon
Beach.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedroom. 2 baths,
garage. Coll 2-2374.'
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & 7ubieto. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMRA APARTMENTS for rent.
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern one bedroom
opartment with livingroom, kitchen
ond bath on Tivoli Avenue, across
from the Ancon Post Office. Coll
ot Tivoli Trovel Agency. Telephone
Panama 2-0465.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
chalet style, for morried couple
only. 1st. Ave. "El Carmen" No.
24, Panama.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'K HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
RE-UPHOLSTER
Your furniture like new.
Lowest prices.
Let me figure your material
need. Tree ultimate*
AI.BKRTO HERE.? Pae. 3-3151
I a.m. to 7 p.m. '
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURAJj;
THE BEST FOR LESS
FOR RENT: Aportments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at Via Espaa, No. 20.
see De Costro. "B" Avenue No.
24. Phone 2-1616, Panama.
FOR SALE: Furnished apartment
one-room, both, Frigidaire, no
kitchen. Also two-room, both,
kitchen. Bella Vista. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Aportments of one bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
both, at 44th Street East No. 9,
Bella Vista. De Costro. "8" Ave-
nue No. 24. Phone 2-1616. Pan-
amo.
FOR RENT: Apartment concrete
house. Modern commodities. "S"
Street and Mariono Arosemena.
Coll Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Amer-
ican home, near Ancon bus-stop, to
American woman. References re-
quired. Tel. Ponomi 2-3067.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished cool
clean room, meols if desired. Bella
Vista. 46th St. 18-A Phone 3-
1789.. office hours. 2-1693.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista. With all com-
forts. No. 13. 43rd Street.
High Flood Pressure
If High Blood Prsssurs mafcaa
rou dlny, bin pains aroaasl
heart, headachaa, short breath, ka-
diiresllon, palpitation, and swollen
ankle, you can get almost instant
rallef from these dangerous ay Dip-
loma with HVNOX. Ask your
ohrmlat for HVNOX today and tael
rears younger la a faw dayi
Truman Praises OAS;
Proclaims April 14
Pan American Day
WASHINGTON Mar. 27 (USIS)
I President Truman says the
Organization of American States
"has demonstrated Its effective-
ness In the maintenance of
peace in the Western Hemis-
phere.''
In a proclamation naming
April 14 as Pan American Day.
he added, "The Inter-American
system may serve as an example
o progress In the achievement
of peace, security, and coopera-
tion."
That date Is the 61st an-
niversary of the founding of the
Pan American union, which
now serves as the General
Secretariat of the Organization
of American States.
The President's proclamation
urged, "all Interested organiza-
tions, and the people generally,
to unite In suitable ceremonies
commemorative of the founding
of the Pan American Union,
thereby testifying: to the close
bonds of friendship existing be-
tween the people of the United
State-t and those of the other
American republics."
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tivoli Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
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BUILDING
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
*,d join In International Hotel
Explosions Shake
Downtown Miami
MIAMI, Florida. Mar. 27 (UP)
Three mysterious explosions
were heard in Miami last night.
One of them shook a downtown
hotel. There was only one minor
casualty.
Police said an explosive charge
shattered windows and wrecked
one room of the Imperial Hotel.
An hour and a half later an-
other blast was heard from near
a school building In another part
of the city.
The mayor reported a third
blast in the southern sector of
the city, but police cars could nol
find where.
Peronista Deputy
Formally Protests
U.S. Paper Probing
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 27 (UP)
Peronista Deputy Raul Bustos
Fierro Introduced a resolution in-
to the Chamber of Deputies to-
day protesting questions asked
Argentine Foreign Minister Tip-
ollto J. Paz In a recent Washing-
ton press conference by the
Washington Dally News, of the
Scripps-Howard chain.
Much of this questioning cen-
tered on the closing of La Pren-
sa.
Bustos Fierro saldthe questions
asked Paz were "documental evi-
dence of the systematic tergiver-
sation of Argentine reality by a
section of the United States press.
"This section responds solely
and exclusively to the financial
interests and imperialistic orien-
tation of the plutocratic enter-
prises which edit and distributes
them in 'chains' in the United
States."
Another Peronista deputy. Jo-
s Emilio Visca, introduced a re-
solution urging changing the
names of all towns in Argentina
presently named after Jos C.
Paz. founder of La Prensa.
The Buenos Aires regional or-
ganization of the General Con-
federation of Labor renewed its
demand for the expropriation of
La Prensa when it adopted a new-
resolution urging the nationali-
zation of that newspaper and the
trial of its top executives for "il-
legal association."
6 Cyclists fined
For 'Escorting'
C.Z. Fire Engine
Delaying a fire apparatus on
GaiHard Highway Easter Sunday
afternoon led to $10 fines today
in Balboa Magistrate's Court for
three civilian and three soldier
motorcycle riders.
There were more than six mo-
torcycles in the gronp which sur-
rounded a fire engine en louie
from Diablo to Pedro Miguel but
the numbers of only six were ob-
tained. Police said that the cycle-
riders were all over the road
in front, beside and behind the
fire engine and at more than
one time were trying to race it
The offense was considered of
unusual seriousness inasmuch as
31 fire alarms, most of them tor
grass fires, were turned In Sun-
day and every available piece of
fire apparatus was busy. At the
time of the motorcycle incident,
the Diablo rig was en route to Pe-
dro Miguel to stand by, after the
Pedro Miguel rig had been called
out.
Defendants In the morning ac-
tion were: Harold W. Klrby. ?8,
John Desmond Wood Howie. 20,
Jerry Franklin Fox, 17, all civil-
ians, Raymond E. Hedges, 23,
Noah Allen Pyle. 19 and Bernard
William Mello. 18, all servicemen.
Hedges, police said, has a leng-
thy record of traffic violations
and was warned that further
conviction would lead to recom-
mendation for suspension of his
license. He has, however, a traf-
fic bureau citation presently out-
standing.
British, French Press
Flay McArthur
LONDON, Mar. 27 (UP)Brlt-
| lsh and French newspapers of all
forties. Including the organ of
he British Labor Government,
I loosed a blast of criticism at Gen.
| Douglas MacArthur today for his
latest declaration on the Korean
war.
Some said he had exceeded his
authority. Some said he had
flouted the United Nations. Some
said he may have wrecked a plan
for a new approach to the Chi-
nese Communists.
MacArthur said In a statement
I Issued In Tokyo, that the Chl-
, nese Communists lacked the ln-
I dustrial capacity to wage mod-
i em war. He said they faced the
risk of collapse if the United Na-
| tlohs decided not to contain the
war to the area of Korea.
He offered within his authori-
ty as UN military commander to
confer with the enemy com-
mander in chief on military
means by which "the realization i
of the political objectives of the I
UN In Korea.. might be accom-
plished without further blood-1
shed."
Said the London Dally Herald,
organ of the Labor Government:
"General MacArthur. wearing
his self-tailored mantle of pro-
consul, coupled his Invitation for
a truce with an imDlied threat of
an extension of the war Into
Communist China Itself."
It Is clear, the Conservative
Dally Telegraph said, that the
State Department in Washing-
ton is "once again very annoyed
with General MacArthur."
"The last thing Washington
wanted at this moment was to
tickle the sore subject of Gen-
eral MacArthur's battered ego, or
revive speculation about what he
might and might not be able to
do If only he was allowed to
storm ahead," said the Liberal
Manchester Guardian's Washing-
ton corresoondent.
"The (UN) General Assembly
becomes embarrassed, resentful
or merely Incredulous when Gen-
eral MacArthur... .speaks again
of carrying the war to the Chi-
nese mainland," the independent
London Times said. "...He cuts
across nearly everything that has
been said and done at Lake Sue.
cess for the past six months."
MacArthur roused the British
Communist newspaper Daily
Worker to ask: "W,ho the hell la
MacArthur that he should claim
any such functions?"
The Conservative Paris news-
paper Figaro said MacArthur'a
negotiation offer was "an olive
branch with a bayonet hidden
amongst the leaves."
The leftist-independent Com-
bat said It was a peace offer "with
an olive branch In one hand and!
a good dose of dynamite In the
other."
It looks, Combat said, as if
MacArthur "wants to end a war
in Korea in order to enter one
with China, dragging along with
him the United Nations which he
has always abused and his own.
government which he has often
Ignored." ,
Meanwhile at Lake Success
MacArthur declared that thai
"myth of invincibility of Com-
munist military power" has been
exploded in Korea where the Chi-
nese losses "have been among the
bloodiest of modern times."
This conclusion was contained
in the field commander's reoort
to the United Nations for Feb-'
ruary.
MacArthur made no estimate!
of the Chinese Communist cas-'
ualtles, but he concluded his re-
port:
"I am entirely satisfied with,
the situation at the front where
the enemy has suffered a tactic-
al reverse of measurable propor-
tion. His losses have been among
the bloodiest of modern times.
"As these are from Communist
China's finest troops, It will be
difficult to adequately replace'
them. The enemy is finding It an
entirely different problem fight-
ing 350 miles from his vase than
when he had his 'sanctuary' In,
his immediate rear, with our air,
and naval forces practically ze-i
roed out.
"He is now paying for the llln.
slon, so falsely but effectively
propagandized when Communist
China initiated undeclared war.i
that he had decisively defeated'
these same forces." |
Soldierrs Tiff With
Dance Hall Girl
Sets Off Town Riot
EPINAL, France, Mar. 27 (UP)
Strong police riot squads pa-
trolled this shot-up town after
nine persons were injured in a
military mutiny over a French
girl's refusal to dance with a Mo-
roccan soldier.
Nine Moroccan soldiers arrest-
ed during a battle with the Epln-
al police were released early to-
day after they agreed to turn In
the arms they had seized in a
raid on their battalion arsenal.
But five submachine guns are
said to be still missing, and the
provincial police prefect has ask-
ed the military authorities to
move the Moroccan battalion out
of town Immediately.
The trouble started Sunday
when a Moroccan sergeant slap-
ped a local girl at a dance hall
for refusing to dance with him.
The sergeant was arrested.
When 30 Moroccan soldiers
marched on the police station
last night he was released to
avoid trouble. But the Moroc-
cans attacked the police and an
armv sentry with stones and
bricks.
Russia Moving To
Sign Peace Treaty.
With East Germany
BERLIN, Mar. 27, (UP) Rus-
sia has assured East Germany
that she will sign a peace treaty
with the Communist-dominated
East German government this
year, according to an official In
that Government.
He said Russia believes Germa-
ny's partition will continue for
the forseeable future because
there is no hope of winning ac-
ceptance In West Germany for
the East German offer to nego-
tiate the unity of the country.
Russia is confident of getting
the West to include on the For-
eign Ministers Conference agen-
da the question of a general
peace treaty with Germany and
the withdrawal of all occupation
troops, the official added.
By signing a.peace treaty with
East Germany Russia could still
have troops stationed in Poland
posing the same threat to West-
ern Europe that they do now.
If Russia withdraws her troops
from Germany the Communists
could again seize the initiative in
the propaganda battle by forcing
the Western Powers to defend
their continued occupation of
West Germany.
The officials said the East Ger-
man Government has already
been putting out feelers through
a third party to India and Swit-
zerland to have them accredited
diplomatically in East Berlin.
Both these countries now main-
tain a mission in West Germany.
They are being told that diplo-
matic recognition of East Ger-
many would not mean withdraw-
al of recognition of West Germa-
ny.
PRICE GOUGING
AT HOME,
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cratlc world through the Econo-
mic Cooperative Administration.
Stabilization would crack down
en nations receiving ECA bene-
fits when such nations also were
souging United States taxpayers
on high priced raw materials.
As one stabilization author: I y
said: "8ome of our foreign
friends seem to think ECA is a
one way street. That way of
thinking must stop. ECA Is a tv.o
way street, or ECA aid should
stop."
That Is rough language, but in
simple words which the Unlt"d
States' foreign friends readily
can translate and understand.
Exasperated stabilization men
say the United States should be
eager to pay fair and reasonable
prices to rearm and reinforce it-
self and the rest of the free
world against Communist ag-
presslon, but they insist also that
the United States should nolong-
-r permit itself to be victimized
>y foreign high price pirates.
GI Found Dead
On Bank 0i Canal
Identified By Army
A local serviceman, whose body
was found Sunday afternoon
at Fort Amador on the canal
bank behind building 7, was
identified today by Army author-
ities as Cpl. Stanley E. Howard.
34. He had seen six years and 11
months of Army service.
His nearest of kin, who has
been notified of his death, is his
mother, Mrs. Nellie A. Lewis. 405
Ohio Ave., New Boston, Ohio.
Meanwhile an autopsy to de-
termine the cause of his death
nad not been completed. He had
been dead for over 36 hours
when his body was found, The
Panama American learned. He
had been missing since midnight
Friday and his body was found
about 12:45 p. m. Sunday.
Feature Writer
Bob Considine
At Hotel Panama
Edward Pool, executive in
charge of advertising for the
Klrkeby Hotels Corporation, Bob
Considine. noted feautre writer
and author, and Carl Spier,
publisher of the magazine "Mil-
lion-Air Holiday." are registered
at the Hotel Panama.
They will remain In the city
for several days.
Pay Bill Action
To Be Delayed *
For Some Weeks
Action on pay raises for fed-
eral employes can not be ex-'
pected for several weeks. 8en. |
Olln D. Johnston, chairman of
the Committee on Post Offices
and Civil Service has written!
AFGE local 14s president Rufu,
Lovelady.
In a letter dated Mar. 13 and I
received here last night. Sen.i
Johnston wrote:
"Your recent communication
relative to the pay increase leg-1
lslatlon which I Introduced has
been read with much Interest.
"General hearings have been1
concluded on this measure.'
However, there will be a delay'
of several weeks to allow the'
Administration to decide Its pol-
icy and to appear before this'
Committee to state Its position'
with regard to this legislation.
"I want to assure you of m*!
deep and wholehearted interest;
In the welfare of our Federal,
emploves and to let you know,
that I will exert every effort to
obtain favorable action on this
measure."
Youth Burned By
Flash Exolosion
Of Hand Grenade
Gil Castillo, 12. of Naranjal
near Chepo, was burned last Fri-
day by the flash explosion of a
practice hand grenade, Army
sources reported late yesterday.
The boy is in Santo Tomas Hos*
pital where he is In satisfactory
condition.
Young Gil was reported to
have found the fuse-type gre-
nade in the maneuver area. Ha
took It home with him and at-
tempted to stand It on end to
light it, although he had been
cautioned by his mother not to
play with It.
He held It at arm's length in
one hand and applied a hot coal
with the other. His hand, abdo-
men and chin were burned In
the resultant powder flash.
Philippines Will I
Seek Aid To Cope
With Hukbalahaps
MANILA. Mar. 27 (UP).
President Elpldio Qulrlno is pre-
paring to ask the United States
for a considerable Increase in
military aid to cope with the
Hukbalahaps' mounting threat
to the Internal security of the
Philippines, according to press
renorts from Baguio City.
Qulrino is scheduled to con-
fer today with MaJ. Gen. Le-
land S. Hobbs, chief of the Joint
United States military advisory
grouD to the Philippines.
Hobbs has Just been to Wash-
ington for talks on Philippine
military matters.
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BROADWAY BEACON
The Kefauver probe on tv enatche. "entlon like . ebot-ln-
the-dark. Like the UN sessloris-seelng he^^ l^lng mjd*-
packs a dramatic wallop lew playrlghts can rwrtable. Have *?
eTetowholster: Screen Guide ha an article laudlng Errol Flynn
-penned by hla former mother-in-law... The Rockettesi are
portourlng dancing orchlda In the Music Hall' current stage
froiS Thev ratei them Margie Truman's long-playing record
fOUea^l?A^3Lan song. Tsweilodlc... Barbara Bel Gedde
clicked in the film. "14 hour." the aune week she rea^ raves
In the stage click, "The Moon Is Blue." It could t happen to
more talented actress. ^___________ *>
"Musical Playtime" (on Channel 4) offers an expert music-
al appreciation course. It explains the part.each instrument
pays a symphony... Turkey feathers: The 8 shows that
iofded the past lortnlght represented a deficit of more than one
mlSton $. Add constructive ideas: The records for small fry
narrating biogs of statesmen, lnvensors. etc. Grown-ups can auo
learn something... For the hot-Jlggety dep't you can add the
>ouncy novelty tune called "Aba Daba Honeymoon." An old Pant-
ages Circuit snow-stopped.
' --------- r
Rocky Grasiano's win over Reuben Jones Monday night
was exciting. The old Rockabye Rockya left hook that
starts away down here and when it landsads the fight.
His opponent made dramatic shots for the photon around
the ringside trying to beat up the referee, the doctor, his
managers, second, and, later, on the way to the dressing
room, some of the fans. He was awfuUly angry at the wrong
people... Virginia Hill's financial backer, as he Is amusingly
called (Joe Epstein), is getting away from It all in Miami
Beach. One of his best false friends reports that his real
name Is Ike Epstein, not Jos, so let* stop the presses for that.
Bob Dunn has a name for TV's newest team: Alibi ft Costello.
Power ef the press? The current film box-office champ, "At
W with th Army." was rebuked by most reviewers Despite
the critical barrage, some of radio's sudsy serials have been weep-
ing for two decades... Trend of the times: Movie mags are add-
ing tv sections... Bethel Leslie's performance in the play. Mary
Rose," Is sprinkled with the silver pepper of Stardust... Some
charmers In Hollywood are displaying a new fashion fad: Black
nylons and white shoes... The Lindsay-Crouse upcoming mener
has an attractive title: "The Hepcat and the Canary."
Teevy devens material like an elephant gobbles peanuts:
MovlevUle would have to produce 4,000 feature-length films an-
nually to fill all available tv time... Old Home Week on Broad-
way: Last week's premieres ("The Green Pastures" and "Spring-
time for Henry") wre produced on the Main Stem more than
20 years ago... "Short Story" is blessed with something you rare-
ly find on kilocycle dramas literate scripts. The show is based
on yarns by Hemingway. Lewis. Fitzgerald and other top-flight
word-wizards... We're getting slckantahd of psychiatric explan-
actions in cinemas. Gad! Freudian touches are now being added
to Westerns.
Labor New*
And
Comment
The Story That Comes Down Through the Years
A lass with plenty of promise in her voice Is Marion Mor-
gan on "Stop the Music"... Here's something novel: A new
song title that writes an editorial: "A Nickel Ain't Worth a
Cent Tsday"... Pitan careers ride roller-coasters: After 18
yean as a star Bette Davis appeared in 4 so-so elnemas and
was considered wsshed-up. Then she loomed to the top again
with ene flicker-dlller: "All About Eve"... a dial-worthv radio
drama Is "The Halls of Ivy", with Ronald Colman', voice giv-
ing the dialogue the velvet touch.
Time mag's posy for Josephine Baker: "She delivered her
specialties in her big soprano with a shake of satiny shoulders
and a dip of swiveled hips"... Talk about candor: Paulette Ood-
dard's flip crack about her curren romance: "Our relations are
strictly dishonorable"... Belly-whopping hllarltv In the film,
"Royal Weeding," is provided by Keenan Wynn. He portrays the
dual role of a Broadway press agent and his Brltlsh-as-a-crum-
pet twin... Vital statistic: Betty Grable has added 2 Inches her
hips. (The more the merrier!)... The latest daffy teen-age fash-
ion: Fluorescent socks.
The success of the film, "Molly," proves you don't need
mayhem and slnuendoes to make a movie entertaining. This
cinema is as wholesome as milkand just as nourishing... A
gal who's aulek-on-the-auip Is Elolse McEIhone on the "Leave
It to the Girls" panel of .experts... MovlevUle is khaki-whac-
ky: 47 war films will be produced this year... The average
actor earns SZ.OOs per annum... This is America: Ava Gard-
ner's beauty and talent have given her fame and fortune.
She's the daughter ef a sharecropper... One movie mag is
drunk on superlatives: "The only honor left for Blng Cros-
by's old age with the possible exception of the Presidency
sf the United States, would be an outright gift of Fort Knox".
The ballad. "If," has a melody and lyric, that are perfect for
romance. Kiss me!... F. Cost ello* Co. are fairies compared
is the White House Mob.
THIS IS YOU OKUM TH1 MAMM OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Mel it aa opta rema lot readers af The Panama Amanean
Lsttsfi ara fcahwjs' araretattt and are handlad is o wholly confidential
MRRtr.
It ysu (onttibuta a latter daa't be impatient H It sosia I appeal ras
iwl day. Uttara ara >lsksd la the orear rataivad
Plasta try to keep the letters limitad to ona sat* leafftb.
Identity af latter writer is held la strictest ceatiseaca. *
This eewspeper asssaaaa as rataeniibHrry fsi statements ai osmism
tspraatad la latter fres* raedora.
Balboa Heights, C. Z.,
March 22, 1951.
Miss Sandra McKay,
Box 132,
Gamboa, C. Z.
Dear Sandra: ___
The PANAMA AMERICAN baa turned over to me your very
nice letter of March 21st, enclosing $2.25 as a contribution to the
pello fund. I note that the money was collected by means of
two shows which were presented under your house by the chil-
dren ef your neighborhood.
Ton and your frienda are certainly to be highly commended
for the fine spirit shown in helping to collect funds to fight In-
fantile paralysis. On behalf of the Canal Zone Committee of
the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, I wish to ex-
press to you and to each of the children In your neighborhood
who participated In the shows, our sincere appreciation for this
very kind and generous contribution.
Sincerely yours,
I. L. WRIGHT,
' Treasurer.
PATS TO ADVERTISE
Margarita. C.Z.
Oentlemen:
I'm r golfer but darned if it's
not a pleasure to ride to the Guif
Club now since that progressive
gang of horsemen cleaned up the
eye rare on Brazos Road.
The Golf Club offers plenty of
exercise and diversion for me oat
none for my kids, now It looks as
If I must Join the new saddle
club so that my children can have
fcnii fun.
Go to it horse people, your cluL
seem." to be the most active and
entertaining on the Atlantic Side
today. Why dont you advertise?
"This letter is Just a change
rom a lot of klc. and complaint*.
Horseman to be
By Victor Ristel
HOLLYWOOD A scarlet let-
ter was mailed from this movie
town to an undercover Commun-
ist" cultural chief," one summer
afternoon Just about 13 years
ago. I urge you to remember
this well-guided missive to a
certain camouflaged oltice at 136
W. 13th Street In New York.
Remember It as the Klelg
lights go on again in Washing-
ton's Congressional hearing
rooms and light up the celluloid
comrades and their foolish pho-
togenic fellow-travellers who
conspired for years to tie their
glamor to the sickle.
That letter, more than any
other one document, reveals
why the Communists concen-
trated on Hollywood. It was
written by Jeff Klbre, an inti-
mate of ulcerous 'Arry Bridges,
who's doing so much national
organizing of pro-Communist
machinery these days. It was
sent to a Communist called Reed
and urged him to contact the
most mysterious member of 'the
American Communist Politburo,
Jack Stachel. convicted on
charges of teaching the violent
overthrow of the government
The letter asked for help
here money, manpower
and members to be used tn
capturing the movie colony.
Apparently Kibre got what
he wanted, for ok Nov. I,
1938, he wrote to one o]
Bridges' aides that:
"1 want to bring to your at-
tention several points in con-
nection with Hollywood which
might...... clarify our general
perspective. The political cam-
paign (1938) has clearly de-
monstrated the strategic import-
ance of Hollywood. Hardly any-
one will question the fact that
Hollywood was a dominant fac-
tor in the campaign. Obviously
the potency df Hollywood as a
public force need not be confined
to the political field. It can be
Just as effective on the trade
union front.
"Developments in Hollywood
can have a decisive Influence on
the trade union situation in Ca-
lifornia and nationally. And
further, a well-organized and
ably functioning union in Holly-
wood can easily become a na-
tional example."
The Communists' dream in
movieland was to create a "solid
base" for the comrades in Ca-
lifornia, and then "to open up"
to their controlled unions "the
virtually untouched field of the
amusement Industry as a whole
approximately 300,000 work-
ers."
But much more than that was
revealed by the Klbre letters. He
wanted to give a "tremendous
spurt" to the "movement as a
whole" by lining up the Movie
Capital and capital from the
movie people, and to link "Hol-
lywood and its prestige to the
harbor and the longshoremen."
This, of course, was Bridges' pro-
Communist machine stretching
the length of the West Coast.
To do this, Kibre, among oth-
er chores, had confidential
talks ("comradely ones") with
V. J. Jerome, the Party's Holly-
wood whip, and Paul Kline,
the Party's Los Angeles secre-
tary.
Such was their dream of
empire that they believed
they could use the film gla-
mor, the movie stars' sincere
decency (though frequently
unrealistic) and even the
movie makers' millions as
their bate. Their first aim
was a 300,000-member glam-
orous union of entertainers,
and then they planned to
build on that for a national
labor federation and new
third party.
But .their dreams of glory led
to a political grave when the
Screen Actors' Guild and the
International Alliance of Thea-
trical Stage Hands fought them
and again later when the CIO
kicked them out. More trouble
came still later when the Pro-
gressive Party drew smaller
crowds than Hadacol's cure-all
tent shows. Mr. Klbre's friends
then shifted him to the Fisher-
man's Union, which has small
boats running up and down the
Alaska coast where we have Ar-
my and Navy bases. s
After a while. Brother
Kibre was able to report to
hit superiors that he be-
lieved hit colleagues control-
led to per cent of the active
people in the movie talent
unions and technical crafts.
And men who thought as
they did some trained in the
old Loyalist Abraham Lin-
coln Brigade, got into the
bloody Hollywood strike deep
enough to practice some mi-
litary formations. Among1
other things they stacked
automobiles in echelons to
block the entrance to the
Colombia rtudios here on
Oct. 10, 1946, during the
mass rioting that took
place.
The screen actors and the
stage hands fought back and
retrieved their Industry. And
today it Is. of course, unpopular
io be waiting on lefty for a, po-
litical Une. So, when the breast
beating starts in Washington,
remember that scarlet letter.
Ceeyrifbt 1951, Port Hall Jyndk.l
Texas Party
By BOB RUARK
HOUSTON, Tex. Well, now, I tell you, old
podner, I'm so tard I'm like a gnat without
strength enough to swim acrosst a dipper. I'm
rlat beat. Altnough I must ay it was business
doing pleasure with you.
This Texas thing is getting out of hand. Once
a year, the patron saint of a certain cult call-
ed the oil business, a Mr. Glenn McCarthy,
throws a party in honor of his shrine, which is
a hotel named Shamrock. Mr. McCarthy, as I
may have mentioned once before, is one of the
few people who Is rich enough to erect his own
personal shrine in honor of himself. The odd
thing, too, is that it makes money Just like
Hyde Park.
Houston Is a fur piece to go to a party, but
It Is always worth it, because you bump into at
least one new Texas Joke. Current and best one
is about the long, thin old boy who is talking
to the short, fat old boy at the bar. and all oi
a sudden the tall thin one hauls off and whangs
the short fat one a beautiful belt In the chops.
The solicitous folks gather around, and ask
the victim why he got smacked.
"I dunno." he says. "I am Just talking politics
with,that old boy when he hits me in the chin."
"But what did you say?"
"I Just said Mr. Truman had raised the tax-
es."
At this Juncture the slugger brushed up and
profusely begged the victim's pardon.
"It was all a mistake, old podner," the slugger
said. "I misunderstood you. I thought for sure
you said Truman was raised in Texas."
Mr. Chill Wills, an actor, was present at
Glenn's annual ceremony, and contributed at
least one fine piece of philosophy. Mr. Wills
was not feeling to ochlpper after an evening
of high sport, and he exnlalned his miseries
"I must of got a-holt of some bad Ice," he
said.
Apart from Mr. Wills' bad ice. there were few
mishaps to Mr. McCarthy's second anniversary
of his shrine. This was not the year for riding
the horses into the dining room, and Mr. Robert
Mitchum was not around to bust firecrackers off
the wall. Mr. Mitchum has given up firecrackers
for Lent.
There was much festivity, of course, somewhat
dampened by the fact that Miss Sophie Tucker,
the entertainer, came down with the flu on the
eve of the big party, and was hustled off to
the hospital. Her farewell speech was reminis-
cent of all the better deathbed scenes in all the
better dramas.
"You go on without me, kids," she said from
her stretcher. The kids went on. And on. And
very much on.
The Texas approximation of wealth has bur-
geoned with the times and taxes.
"That old boy ain't got but a couple hundred
million," one man said. This time last year
they were not saying "couple."
I can report that there is at least one auto-
mobile that is not a Cadillac In Houston. It is
an Oldsmoblle. I rode In it.
Houston has television, now. but in a skimpy
sort of fashion. Houston Is not concerned with
Mister O'Dwyer, or Mister Costello, or Miss Vir-
ginia Hill. Houston is more concerned with
Miss Mary Beth McDonald, a pretty creature,
who teaches Houston how to walk correctly up
and down stairs. This is as close to culture as
I have come lately.
Final bulletin: Jesse Jones still don't own the
Shamrock. Mr. McCarthy's shrine is still hls'n,
old podner. ____
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
DANGEROUS CORNER AHEAD
BERLIN. This tragic but brave city is the
best place to thins: about tne projected conier-
ence of the Big Four Foreign Ministers. W
Washington, they worry about tactics. In i>aris.
the deputies wrangle about the agenda. But
here In Berlin, you see all around you the nu-
man and material stakes in the desperate game
the Soviets are playing.
In sum, these stakes add up to Germany.
Germany nowadays is the key, both strategical-
ly and politically, of Western Europe, wence
mis projected conierence which in America
seems so remote is likely to be as signlllcant
a turning point as the London meeting in 1Mb,
that led the United States to adopt tne policy
of "patience and firmness."
To be sure, no one who surveys the scene
from Berlin can possibly credit tne rumor, so
sedulously spread by the Kremlin, tnat the So-
viets will take this occasion to offer the basis
of a serious world settlement In pressing for
the four power conference they have had much
harder and more sell-serving alms.
The first aim has been to delay decision on
the vital matter of the German contribution to
tne defense of the West. In this the Soviets
have already triumphantly succeeded, gaining
about six months' time thereby. The second
aim is vastly more ambitious. The Soviets hope
to use the conference Itself to divide and dis-
rupt the Western alliance for good and all.
The question Is how Soviet Foreign Minister
Vlshinaky will seek to attain this planned ob-
jective. What is feared in Washington Is of
course well known. The American policy makers
fear that Vlshlnsky will offer the unification of
Germany on the basis of genuine free elections.
In return for guaranties of German demilitar-
ization and withdrawal of all occupation forces.
On the surface such an offer would be very
attractive, especially to the Germans. For the
Fussians, It would mean the temporary loss of
their profitable province in East Germany,
where their stooge government would be snow-
ed under in any free voting. But for the West-
ern allies this deal would also mean the loss oi
the strategically vital central German position.
Western rearmament would thus, at best, be ap-
pallingly hampered, and more probably would
>e permanently disrupted.
Meanwhile the Russian armies would retreat
jnly a few score miles from the German border.
They would be as ready as ever to flow out
again over a Germany leu with no defenses
whatever, and a Western Europe exposed by the
loss of the German glacis. Thus superficially,
Washington fears (which are authoritatively re-
ported to be shared by Chancellor Adenauer)
would appear to be Justified.
The Berlin signs suggest, moreover, that the
Soviets have at least been playing with the Idea
of this whole gamble. At the Prague meeting,
when the new, Kremlin line of "German unity"
was first announced some months ago, Vya-
.-.cheslav Molotov not only rode rough-shod over
the satellite Communists to make them agree
to his draft declaration; there is also some evi-
dence that Molotov called in the non-communist
so-called Foreign Minister of East Germany,
Oeorg Dertlnger. and gave him a little speech
about the virtues of free elections.
81nce then, It Is known that the Soviet Kom-
mandatura has discreetly checked what "the
probable result of a free election in East Ger-
many would be. And it is also known that the
leaders of the East German government, fore-
seeing abandonment by their masters, had be-
gun to be exceedingly concerned about their
own future.
On the other side of the ledger, however, are
three still more important items of evidence.
First the Soviets have not only continued ex-
n'.oltatlon of the East German uranium mines
in the Erzgeblrge; they have also recently open-
ed a large number of shafts producing very
low quality ore. This suggests that the Erzge-
blrge resource is still vital to them and cannot
be gambled with.
Second. Gromyko at Paris, contrary to the
Prague line, has laid all his stress on German
demilitarization rather than "German unity."
Third, the East German leaders. Orotewohl, Ul-
bricht and Oerhard Elsler, have lately each
gone out of the way to define "free elections"
as the kind of transparent farce that would de-
ceive nobody and receive no consideration at
any four power meeting.
On balance, therefore, it appears more likely
i although verv far from certain) that the So-
viets will avoid the great gamble with East Ger-
many that has worried Washington. Unfortun-
ately, however, there are other tactics, equally
menacing, which are also open to the Kremlin
These require discussion in another report
qtie WASHINGTON
. I- . ' OR
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW PIARSON
Drew Pearson soys: McCloy has difficult job guiding Ger-
many on delicate course midway between errors of
1923, when Allies starved Germany, and 1936 when
loans to German industry helped to arm Hitler.
BERLIN.Here are three pictures I have received of Berlin
the most controversial city in the worldduring the last three
decades.
Berlin In IMS was a city of despair. People waited in she
alley behind the Hotel Adlon ready to pounce on garbage cans
immediately they were placed outside the hotel's kitchen. Inside
the hotel women waited, willing to sell their souls for a cup of
eoffee that cost one million marks one day, a million and a half
the next and two million the day following. Inflation ran riot at
the time, with braggadocio foreigners burning marks to light cig-
arettes and the workingman's wages lagging miles behind the
dally depreciation of the printing-press money In which he was
paid... I interviewed President Friedrich Ebert, the onetime
saddle maker who, after the World War I armistice, suddenly had
found himself at the helm of the new German Weimar Republic.
The Kaiser and the Prussians of Potsdam were gone, leaving
a group of sincere but inexperienced Social Democrats to take
their place. The result was chaos, desperation and despair.
Berlin in 1936 was entirely different. The Allies had failed to
help the struggling Weimar Republic until too lateuntil the
German people, in their desperation, had turned to a swashbuck-
ling dictator who promised them the moon and who, by 1938. had
occupied the Ruhr, built up the German army and, If he couldn't
produce the moon, was well on his way toward producing the rest
of Europe... While the Allies gouged the German people to pay
reparations, Wall Street bankers poured loans into German in-
dustry and German industrialists in turn placed their bets on the
swashbuckler who promised them the moon... So, from starving
Germany In 1933 we went to the opposite extreme of rearming
Hitler in 1936and Berlin was cocky, confident and supreme.
Berlin In 151 is still a city of ruins. Though other German
cities have made great progress In getting back to normal, parts
of Berlin still are like no man's land. In the Russian zone are
piles of neatly stacked bricks and beside them neat piles of scrap
iron, for the Russians have taken the ruins apart chiefly for the
purpose of shipping the scrap Iron back to Moscow... You pass
long Unes of gaunt walls and skeletonized buildingssome blast'
ed by British incendiary bomb, which set fire to the buildings,
some blasted by American explosive bombs which knocked down
the walls of the buildings. Take your pick; the Berliners didn't
like either... Over near Unter Der Linden, Hitler's dugouta huge
block of concreteIs now turned upside down and near it what
was once the Relchschancellery is now rased to the ground with
almost every brick carted away by the Russians. Across their
zone, in the American sector, the Reichstag is gutted but .till
standing and the Tlergarten, where nurses pushed baby carriages
and couples strolled arm-in-arm among Its trees in 1936, now Is
without one tree standinga waste as barren as the New Jersey
swamps between Newark and the Hudson tunnels. Never has man
wrought such destruction!
MCCLOY HAS DIFFICULT JOB
The biggest problem facing the United States and the world
today is how tc avoid the mistakes of both 1923 and 1936how- to
draw a line midway between crushing Germany as in 1923 and
rebuilding the German military and their lust for power as
in 1938.
The man who has the difficult job of guiding Germany on
this delicate course is John J. McCloy, a former New York Re-
publican lawyer who served as Assistant Secretary of War under
Henry L. Stimson. He has some of Stimson's passion for making
the world a little better. 8ome Americans think McCloy has been
coddling the Germans. The Germans, on the other hand,, think
he has been too tough. When I put some of these ideas-up to
him, McCloy's reaction was extremely frank.
"On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays," he said, "I think we
are doing a good Job. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
I think we're not. Twenty-five years from now you'll be able to
tell whether we've really done our work well. I realize," McCloy
continued, "that a lot of people claim we are relinquishing too
much power to the Germans but whom are we relinquishing It
to?To the men who have spent their lives in Jail or In die
because they dared to oppose Hitlerto the men who have their
roots deep in the principles of the Weimar Republic. We ate not
relinquishing any Allied powers to the Nazis. Of course, you may
read in your paper about some dogcatcher or minor official who
Is a former Nazi, but you won't find any former Nazis at the top.
"If we are to build a firm foundation," McCloy concluded, "we
have to give these men gradual power. Some time or other, these
men ana the government they are building will have to stand up
and take the big test. We know that. We aon't know whether the
test will be Fascism or Nazism, but we know that test is coming.
Then we'll know how well we have built."
TOUGH HURDLES AHEAD
My own Impression Is that McCloy has done a better job than
could be expected In encouraging democracy for the German
people but he still has some extremely tough hurdles to overeme
witii German officialdom and Industrialists.
McCloy has an American resident stationed in every country
oi tne American zone whose Job it Is to mingle with the German
peopie, nold town meetings every two weeks, listen to their gripes,
and encourage them to debate government problems. This is some-
thing the German people never enjoyed before and many of them
are pleased but llaDbergasted. These town meetings have been so
successful that the Bonn Government isn't too happy. It feels the
Americans are getting a greater hold on the people than their
leaders. McCloy himself has traveled all over the American zone
participating in these meetings and letting the Germans fire
questions at him. He feels that, if he can get their gripes out in
tne open and have a chance to answer them, he will have won
an Important part of the battle for a German democracy.
Converting Bonn officialdom to Democracy, however, is a
tougher problem. McCloy still hasn't persuaded them to revamp
the German civil service system, which makes every German bu-
reaucrat a petty quaal-dictator and which tolerates arrests and
jailing without warrants, nor has he been able to persuade the
Germans to revamp their school system which gives free public
schooling only through the tenth grade. Furthermore, the Bonn
Government appears veering toward the side of the big German
industrialiststhe same men who refinanced and rearmed Hitler.
This Is McCloy's biggest problem. For, if this drift continues,
history might repeat all over again.
(Copyright, 1861, by the Bell Syndicate, Ine.)


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1M1
Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Boy. oh, boy! How lazy can you get In Just one week? Un-
doubtedly you all ate recuperating and so mi I-wh ich, li.the
main reason this Is going to be a short (but not sweeU column
Excuse me a sec-there, I Just had to shake some more sand out
of my left ear. Which again only reminds me of that vacation
(not that I'm anxious to steer clear of Khool-heh, .hehi. heh).
The way things are typing along now, I don t think 111 ever start
getUl^u0stthdawnWedtoennme that here I am gabbing about my
vacation when practically everyone else did something that was
all) went to Spring Training Camp. I can't state for sure what
happened between Monday and Thursday. (You see they didn t
al'ow anyone but ROTC cadeU at the camp so that meant
I ouldn^go Anyhow, I hear that the kavdets; enjoyed themselves.
Now up to the Interior of Panam and the BHSers who
vacationed there. The first stop on this road was made at El
Valle Here a crowd escaped the city heat and found comfort in
to soo\hfnga coolness of a deep valley. Furthei: on were he
beaches. Yup, the beaches of Oorgona, Sea Cliff Acres, Las ouias,
and Santa Clara. Sorry, but I'm stopping abruP"Vmv V^Ush
win5? savin' no more. (See what one week away from my English
dais dd to my grammar. Oooh! That's right, if 1^went Into
detail about all the happenings at Santa Clara, I d have to tell
what went on here in town, up at El Valle, ana all tne ocner
olaces And truthfully, I don't have the slightest notion what
Rened any other place but Santa Clara I know that that
proves I'm not such a star reporter but-gee. I ah, uhh, ooh-(oh,
t lust can't think up a good excuse for that one).
I just can t mm i^ ^ some mifhty wh t
read a couple more paragraphs. Remember the week of
Ma"ch 19-23P (that's the week before we went ^vacation)?
Some important things happened that week ^ "Md-,
the NHS held an assembly initial on. Fridayoh, man, that
was a big day. In the morning there was a pep rally-the
first since November. And was it a humdinger. Coach Zemer
"reduced his baseball team and then team captain Pete
Fbrera challenged the faculty to a softba 1 game. The
faculty accented. I believe the game will take place tomorrow
aernoon I'm not sure so listen to the bulletin. Anyway,
to continue with the rally. Coach Fawcet then UMlHwd
bit track team that would be competing in the Triangular
^e^tetcoachntobdo some introducing was Coach Potter
Miss Potter told the students about both the girls' basketball and
toftball All-8tars. She also introduced them. D,KQ ,h
That night at the Triangular Track Meet. Balboa High
School took top honors. Again I missed up and didn t pet the
cores I apologize not only to our team but to those of Canal
7nne Junior College and Cristbal High School for not mentioning
toeir standings In tonight's column, but like I said. I'm a poor
"^Finally we're caught up and can ramble on about this week's
news. Sht there is going to be a PTA meeting in the library.
Better tell Mom and Dad to rush over. Big doings tonight!
Therms an ROTC dance this week and another dance coding
ud is that sponsored by the Junior class. They are putting on
aVeep-Sea Formal at the Tivoll Hotel next Friday April 6.
Bovs here goes that old story againget a date. Some girl
Is waiting, anxiously waiting, for you to come up and tap her on
e shoufder. She wants to hear you whisper one sentence-yes
thote wonderful words asked In a deep masculine tone to mold
the question, "Will ya go ta the dance wld me?"-How about It,
fellas ask her tomorrow. If you're the anxious type too, call her
UP tTher1et Is one more message before signing off and it to ad-
dressed to all sophomores. Sohps, come to your class picnic this
Saturday. It'll be loads of fun.
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JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
College Corner
By Martha Irvin
Just catch all the sunburned faces walkln* around the halls
this week. Seems like everybody in the wortd went to Santa C ara
or somewhere last week over'the holidays. Up at Santa Clara
the were the Varsity girls and two or three other groups of glrlb.
and at least two groups of boys.
Down at the Varsitv house, there was a perpetual canasta
game going and there was always somebody sleeping. But lile
was definitely not in a rut. But it was a pretty nice life, wasn t it/
By the end of the week poor Mary Feliz thought she was going
to be sick in bed with sunburn. And Vickie Mlzarahi Just did
not want to come back home. ... .... .
Well the girls had a super time, but they might have been
a little outdone bv the J.C. boys. They had a five-day slumber
party. Except that contrary to ordinary, they did slumber some of
the time. Why one time Wally Trout was so tired he went right
to sleep on trie road to the beach. And the rest of the boys went
and lelt him there. These stories are strictly by the grape vine,
so don't come dashing up with a sword iri your hand if I'm wrong.
And one of the other boys went to sleep on the lawn outside
somebody's house. That's what comes from not getting enough
sleep and rest and drinking too many root beers.
Gee, wasn't swimming at night the popular port. The
beach was almost as crowded at night as it was during the
day. It's pretty dangerous... this swimming at night... but
as long as no one,gets hurt, I guess it's okay. At least I have-
n't seen anyone with moonburn.
And now it's all over. The last Easter vacation we'll have for
a whole year. Now we have mid-term exams to look forward to.
They're next week, so you people had all better get busy and
forget your sunburns and study for a while.
The week before vacation started, the Freshman class had
a meeting to elect new officers. The only surviving officer from
the elections in September, was the secretary. So at the meeting
last week. David Robles was elected as President, Jackie Blau as
Vice-Presldent. and Anne Howze as Treasurer. Congratulations to
these kids and good luck with the Banquet and all.
Me, I'm tired too, so I'm going to sign off early this time.
Sorry! I'll try to better next week.
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Today, Tuesday, Mar. 27
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By Erskine Johnson
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Summer Recreation
Program Meeting
Called At Cocoil
X meeting of all persons whd
are interested in the Summer
Recreation Program on the west
Bank will be held at 7:30 to-
morrow night at the Cocoil
Oymnasium.
Preliminary registration of
children who plan to participate
In the program will be held at
10:30 Saturday morning at the
Cocoil Oymnasium.
Mrs. G. O. Parker, coordinator
Of the Summer Recreation Pro-
gram, will be at the meeting to-
morrow hlght to help make
plans for the summer activities
Everyone who is interested In
the program is urged to attend
this Important meeting at
which orders must be placed for
arts and crafts material to be
used in the summer courses.
All children who wish to take
part in the program should be
registered Saturday morning.
The fee will be $1 for the first
child and 50 cents for each
additional child in a family.
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A RIPUBUC PICTURE
HOLLYWOOD(NEA) Hol-
lywood can't turn its cameras on
the stage hit "South Pacific" for
at least 10 years, but there's no-
body to say that the film facto-
ries can't play hide-and-go-seek
behind the palm trees and come
up with variations of the musi-
cal's plot, songs and characters.
Ezlo Pinza makes no secret of
the fact that his first movie star-
rer with Lana Turner "Mr. Impe-
rlum," has a "South Pacific" fla-
vor. He told me:
"I'm the same kind of a char-
acterstrong but gentleand
the same type of songs are
spotted in the same type of
places."
At Fox, "Friendly Island"
smacks of the song "Bali High."
The plot centers around an is-
land loaded with only men, an-
other occupied only by women.
e e e
Wedding bells for Peter Law-
ford and Sharman Douglas?
As Peter's mother, Lady Law-
ford, sees' it :
"Sharman pops in and out of
our home. She arrives in hik-
ing pants and sprawls all over
the chairs. A perfect dear. I
don't think they're very much
in love, though. Besides, Peter
won't marry until he's 30. He
feels that he has enough re-
sponsibilities already."
e e e
They haven't definitely decided
yet. but Warners will build new-
comer Lucille Norman and eith-
er Gordon MacRae or Dennis
Morgan as a new McDonald-Eddy
combination. Blonde Lucille Is
the first high C warbler to be
signed by the studio since the
days of Irene Manning.
"THE ROBE" CONTROVERSY
The forthcoming court battle
between Howard Hughes and
producer Frank Ross on legal
ownership of "The Robe" will In-
volve correspondence from the
late Lloyd C. Douglas, who wrote
1 the best-seller. It isn't generally
known, but Douglas completed
his autobiography before his
death. During the last year of his
life, he was permitted to leave his
Iron lung for 15 minutes each day
and In that time finished his life
story.
e e e
The Mickey Awards by the
Hollywood press at Barney's
Beanery will be, I'm happy to re-
port, an annual affair. I had the
honor of presenting a 1950 Mick-
eya martini glass on a wooden
pedestalto the Los Angeles the-
ater manager who put the most
butter on his popcorn during the
year.
Naturally, I expected the the-
ater manager to reciprocate by
presenting Mickmaster George
Jessel and assembled guests all
the available popcorn in L. A.
This, at least, would curtail the-
ater popcorn eating in the local
area for several wonderful, silent
days and the butter-than-ever
Mickey award will not entirely be
in vain.
e
"High Button Shoes" to slated
for a Dallas, Tex., revival this
summer with Constance Moore
and Eddie Foy.
e a
Kirk Douglas ex. Diana, is
dating former juvenile actor
Terrv Killburn In New York...
Lili St. Cyr, the stripper, to
headed for a TV series. A charm
school idea yet!.. .Fame: Rub-
ber-Jowled S. Z. Sakall is being
paged by a toy maker who
wants to use his likeness on a
squeegee doll.
e
Greer Garson, who should
know, insists husband Buddy Fo-
gelson has not retired as boss of
his big Texas oil and ranch em-
pire because of two heart attacks.
She told me: "He's working 15
hours a dayIf that's what peo-
ple want to call retirement."
GOT THE RANGE
Rod Cameron to still blushing
When today's hand was played
in a recent team-of -four match,
the bidding and the opening lead
were Identical In the two, rooim.
As a matter of fact, the play con-
tinued to be similar until the
fourth trickbut then there was
a great difference.
In both rooms dummy won the
first trick with the ace of dia-
monds. Both declarers then made
an attempt to get rid of the los-
ing diamond on a high club. They
cashed the king and ace of clubs,
and then led the queen of clubs
from dummy.
In the second room East ruffed
the queen of clubs with the nine
of hearts. South over-ruffed wit!
the ten of hearts and led a trump.
Dummy played the king o*
hearts, and East won with the
ace. East thereupon cashed the
king of diamonds, thus getting a
diarnond trick back for the
trirmp trick he had apparently
sacrificed. But the story was far
from finished.
When South ruffed the third
round of diamonds, he naturally
led another trump towards dum-
my. West played the five of
hearts, and declarer went Into a
huddle. Who had the missing Jack
of trumps?
If West had It, a finesse of
dummy's eight would assure the
contract. If East had It, no fin-
esse should be taken. But how
could East have the jack of
hearts. South reasoned, and give
up sure trump trick by ruffing
the queen of clubs with the
nine?
Therefore South finessed the
eight or hearts, and East got his
trump trick anyway. West even-
tually got the queen of spades as
the setting trick.
PM
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Milt Herth Trio
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00PANA MSICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00AZCARRAGA AT
, THE ORGAN
f7:15SONGS OF FRANCE
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7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00NEWS AND 8PORT8
(VOA)
8:15COMMENTATOR'8 DI-
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8:30Jo Stafford Show
8:45Voices of America (VOA)
8:00BLIGH OF THE BOUNT/
(BBC)
9:30American Band Concert
9:45AMERICAN DEBUT
10:00The World of Movement
> (BBC)
10:30Date for Dancing
10:45American Favorites
11:00The Owl's Nest
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Jane Russell Sings
Discovered to have unusual singing voice, Jane Russell gets opportu-
nity to warble two numbers in RKO Radio's "His Kind of Woman*
in which he co-stars with Robert Mitchum. Here she is ltotening
to playback of her first recordingand pretty good it must be, too,
judging by that smile.
about it, but three movie fan
magazines popped out with yarns
on why he would never give up
being a bachelor AFTER he had
married Angela Alves-Llco.
e e e
Tyrone Power has notified Fox
to look for another swashbuckler
after "The Way of a Gaucho."
Ty and Linda Christian, by the
way, want to live in London as
long as the studio will permit.
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Tomorrow, Wednesday, Mar. 2#
AM
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00 NEWS
9:15STAND BY FOR ADVEN-
TURE
9:30As 1 See it
10:00NEW8
10:05Off The Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off The Record
11:30Meet The Band
12:00NEWS
PM
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45The New Frontier
2:00Old Chlsholm Trail
2:15It's Time To Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45 Notes On Jazz
3:00Hoosier Hot Shots
3:15The Little Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THE AJR
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00MANDRAKE THE MAOI-
CIAN i
8:15Evening Salon
*r0Azoarraga at the Organ
7:15EDDY ARNOLD SHOW
(TD)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-^NEWS AND SPORTS
(VOA
8:15COMMENTATOR'S 131-
OEST(VOAl
8:30CROSS COUNTRY USA
(VOA)
8:45SPORTS PAGE USA
9:00BBC PLAYHOUSE
10:00Song and Dance in Brit-
ain
10:30Les Brown
10:45American Favorites
11:00The Owl's Nest
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CINCO CENTESIMO
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Los supervisores demandarn
la nulidad del decreto que
ref orm ese cuerpo educativo
Mapas del Censo
servirn a la
Defensa Civil
Los mapas y planos de las
ciudades de Panam y Colon
y sus alrededores, levantados
por el Departamento de Censos
de la Cotralora General de
la Repblica, as como las ci-
fras de poblacin de sus distin-
tos sectores, estn sirviendo a
la Comisin Nacional de Defen-
sa Civil para planear sus me-
didas de seguridad en favor
de la poblacin de las ciuda-
des terminales en caso de un
ataque con bombas atmicas al
Canal y para sus programas
de proteccin y defensa del
pas en general.
La Oficina de Defensa Civil
solicit para su importantsi-
ma labor, la cooperacin del
Departamento de Censos, que
con toda diligencia y en l.i
forma ms amplia se la ha
prestado y la Informacin ob-
tenida por les Censos de 1950
asi como sus mapas y planos,
han resultado de un valor in- .-------,.---
apreciable para los fines y pa- | que se han recibido en el dia de
(Pasa a la Pgina 6. Columna 6) hoy^__________________________
El siguiente comunicado nos
ha sido entregado para su publi-
cacin por un grupo de Inspec-
tores de Educacin.
A raz de la nueva organiza-
cin que se ha dado a la inspec-
cin escolar en la Repblica, con
la cual se trata de volver a los
Distritos escolares que funciona-
ron hasta 1946, lo que significa
adems de un retroceso en el sis-
tema una burla a la opinin del
inspectorauo, que en el Semina-
rio de Educacin reunido en
Santiago de Veraguas, no hace
quince das, solicitaba al Minis-
terio, con razones fundamenta-
das el mantenimiento del actual
sistema, ms de la mitad de los
Inspectores se reunieron en la
maana de hoy para considerar
este hecho y otros que afectan
el trabajo de la educacin nacio-
nal.
"Acordndose entre otros pun-
tos lansar un manifiesto al pas
particularmente a todos los edu-
cadores, hacer un estudio docu-
mentado y comparativo de los
diferentes sistemas de inspeccin
que han operado con el que se
proyecta poner en funcin, Nom-
b. ar un Comit Permanente pa-
ra la direccin de una campaa
de defensa de la educacin y de-
mandar la nulidad del Decreto
No. 394 de 21 de los corrientes.
"En esta campaa se cuenta,
con el respaldo casi unnime del
lr.spectorado a juzgar por los
mltiples mensajes telegrficos
Se propugna
econmica
cooperacin
en la Amrica
Panam ratifica
carta de la 'OEA'
Panam y Espaa restablecen
sus relaciones diplomticas
anunci hoy la Cancillera
Don Santiago Ruz Tabanera tendr la representa-
cin espaola hasta qne se designe al Ministro
"Muy oportuno"
dice Brln que
fue el discurso
WASHINGTON, Marzo i."
(UP) El Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores de Panam, Car-
los N. Brin, dijo que el dlscui-
so de Truman es "muy oportu-
no ", agregando que le Interes
de modo particular a su dele-
gacin la mencin que hizo el
Pi imer Mandatario sobre la
cooperacin de Estados Unaos
con los dems pases del con-
tinente en el sentido econmico.
El Canciller Argentino, Hi-
plito Jess Pas dijo que "am-
bos discursos me parecieron in-
teresantes. Tanto el de Truman
que consider los diverses as-
pectos que sern sin duda al-
guna objeto de dilucidacin en
la reunin de consulta, como el
del Canciller Brasileo que ex-
puso con franqueza su pensa-
miento, sealando la necesidad
de conciliar la defensa de lw
Intereses comunes con la pre-
servacin de los nacionales"
El Canciller de Venezuela,
Luis E. Gmez Ruis dijo: "Los
elocuentes discursos pronunca-
las a la Pac. 6 Coi. I)
La Cancillera de la Repblica
inform esta maana a la pren-
sa que Panam haba restable-
cido sus relaciones diplomticas
con Espaa, despus de un In-
tercambio de mensajes entre el
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de Panam Dr. Carlos N.
Brin y el Ministro de Asuntos
Exteriores de Espaa, Alberto
Martn Artajo. "Esta determi-
nacin del Gobierno de Pana-
m dijo un vocero de la Can-
cillera est fundada en el mu-
tuo deseo de consolidar los nexos
que unen a los pueblos paname-
o y espaol y proporcionar los
medios que contribuyan al bie-
nestar de ambas naciones."
Al frente de la representacin
espaola estar don Santiago
Ruiz Tabanera hasta tanto sea
designado el Embajador de Es-
paa en la Repblica de Pana-
m.
Los siguientes son los textos
de los mensajes cruzados entre
el Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores de Panam, Dr. Carlos N.
Brln y el Ministro de Asuntos
Exteriores de Espaa:
Panam. 30 de Marzo de 1951.
Excelentsimo Seor
Alberto Martin Artajo
Ministro Espaol de Asuntos
Exteriores
Madrid
Por cuanto se ha convenido
en restablecer las relaciones di-
plomticas entre Panam v Es-
paa y con el mutuo deseo de
consolidar los nexos que unen
(Pasa a la Ptina b Columna 7)
Las comunicacioiies con zonas
petroleras en el Irn han
sido totalmente suspendidas
TEHERN, Marzo 27 (UP>
Todas las comunicaciones entre
Tehern y las zonas en hueija
tu la Provincia de Khuzlstar..
rica en petrleo, fueron corta-
das y el Gobierno de Irn hn
enviado refuerzos militares a
ese lugar.
Funcionarios del Gobierno di-
jeron que la huelga contra la
Compaa Anglo-Irana de Pe-
trleo estaba inspirada por co-
munistas- El Embajador Brit-
nico, Sir Francis Shepherd le 4
hizo una una visita al Premier
Hussein Ala esta maana, y
fuente* informadas dijeron qje
fehepherd le pidi al Gobierno
que asegure la proteccin de I.k
obreros britnicos en los cam-
pos petroleros.
Se tiene- entendido que Shep-
herd y Ala tambin discutran
sobre la nota britnica envia-
ua al Gobierno de Irn, en la
cual se hacia nfasis que los a-
cuerdos vigentes especifican qae
la Compaa Anglo-Iranla de
Petrleo tiene concesiones on
Irn hasta 1993.
Hasta el momento Irn no
ha contestado la nota, aunque
la recibi hace dos semanas.
Con las comunicaciones teie-
gi aflea y telefnicas cortadas,
no se pueden tener Informes de
buena fuente respecto a la Jl-
tuacin en las zonas en huelga.
Cinco pueblos de Khurlstan a-
badan, Agha, Jarl, Bandar y
Mashur fueron puesto bajo
(Pasa a la Pac. . Col )
Motn militar por
no bailar blanca
con un negro
EPINAL, Francia, Mar. 27 (UP)
Fuertes pelotones de Polica se
encuentran patrullando a este
pueblo, despus que nueve per-
sonas resultaron heridas en un
motn militar cuando las jve-
nes francesas rehusaron bailar
con un soldado Marroqu.
La polica arrest a nueve
marroques durante la batalla
de ayer con la polica, y fue-
ron puestos en libertad hoy des-
fius que accedieron a entregar
U armas que fueron tomadas
del arsenal del batalln.
Un poitavoz municipal dijo
que todava se hallan extravia-
das cinco sub-ametralladoras y
la polica provincial le ha pedi-
do a las autoridades militares
que retiren al batalln Marroqu
de la poblacin inmediatamen-
te.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 27
(USIS) Panama ha sido la
undcima repblica americu.a
en depositar su Instrumento i
ratificacin de la Carta de la
Organizacin de los Bstau-is
Americanos.
La Unin Panamericana de-
claro que an cuando la Carta
est en vigencia provisional, ai-
ra adoptada fomalmente tan
pronto sea depositada en la ta-
tiicacin de otros tres pases
El Encargado de Negocios de
Panam en Washington, seor
Guillermo Endara, present el
viernes el Instrumento de rati-
ficacin al Dr. Alberto Lleras
Camargo, Secretario General de
la Organizacin de los Estauos
Americanos.
Las otras naciones que lian
accedido fomalmente a la Cur-
ta, adoptada en la Conferncla
Interamerlcana en Bogot en
1943, son: Bolivia, Brasil, Cota
Klca, Repblica Dominicana, E-
cuador, El Salvador, Honduras,
Mxico, Nicaragua y Paraguay.
Ms patrimonios
distribuirn a
los agricultores
Nuevos patrimonios familia-
res sern entregados pronto ven
la politics de dotar de tierras
y facilidades agrcolar a loa a-
grlcultores de nuestro pais.
La fecha de la tntrega de los
nuevos patrimonios no se ha Ji-
jado an, pero se sabe que as-
f/clende a cuarenta y tres patri-
monios en la regin de Santa
Rita, en La Chorrera.
Los nuevos ttulos de propie-
dad beneficiarn a un aprecia-
ble nmero de familias, que ca-
recan de tierras propias y que
urgan de las mismas. El Minis-
terio de Agricultura, anunci
que el proceso de dotar de pa-
trimonios familiares a todo el
pas signe su curso firme y gra-
dual en una forma metdica y
cientfica. ____________
Irregularidades
se denuncian en
las inscripciones
Declaraciones del Secretarlo
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia don Jorge Rubn Ro-
sas, formuladas a EL PANAMA
AMERICA:
"En mi visita a las pobla-
ciones interioranas con motivo
de las festividades de Semana
Santa, observ notorias irregu-
laridades en la inscripcin de
adherentes a los partidos pol-
ticos en proceso de formacin.
Las disposiciones de la Ley 39
y los Decretos posteriores son
vulnerados de manera flagran-
te por la mayora de los Se-
cretarlos de los Consejos Mu-
nicipales al servicio, no de sus
respectivos municipios, sino de
ocie... 1 ai retidos polUJi,n
En algunas poblaciones los se-
cretarlos de Consejos Munici-
pales deambulan de casa en
casa con los libros de inscrip-
cin en sus manos presionando
a los ciudadanos a Inscribirse
en el partido de sus simpatas.
Gran parte de las inscripcio-
nes logradas por determinados
partidos- se han efectuado en
altas.horas de la noche en re-
sidencias particulares mediante
el registro de cdulas acapara-
das desde 1948 cuando estos do-
cumentos personalslmos se dis-
tribuan por sacos a los Jerar-
cas Interioranos del Gobierno
de entonces. La veracidad de
estas afirmaciones reposan en
el hecho de que hay inscrip-
ciones que ni siquiera han sido
firmadas por los adherentes,
sencillamente porque no exis-
ten.
Los campesinos e indgenas
son dolorosamente engaados y
obligados a inscribirse bajo a-
menazas de ser despojados de
sus tierras por parte de auto-
ridades municipales al servicio
incondicional de determinadas
facciones polticas. Los libros
de inscripcin son Impenetra-
bles al conocimiento del p-
blico. A este Despacho estn
llegando protestas de distintos
lugares del interior de la Rep-
blica por la completa ignoran-
cia tie las disposiciones legales
vigentes sobre inscripcin de
partidos polticos por parte de
los secretarlos de Consejos Mu-
nicipales.
Estimo que el Jurado Nacio-
nal de Elecciones 'tendr que
(Pass a la PgtM , Col. X)
Pern quiere desviar ahora
la atencin con el anuncio
de la bomba, dicen en Brasil
RIO DE JANEIRO, Marzo 27
(UP). Los diarios matutinos
se mostraron escptlcos sobre el
anuncio hecho por Pern de que
se habla logrado la liberacin de
la energa atmica, y se pregun-
taban si esto no haba sido he-
cho a propsito para desviar la
atencin del caso de La Prensa.
El diarlo independiente "Ca-
rioca" dijo: que "Pern sola-
mente est tratando de desviar
la atencin mundial del ataque
a La Prensa. Pero todo el rui-
do y la publicidad de la explo-
sin no han tenido xito en a-
callar los ecos del crimen que
ha perpetrado".
El independiente "Crrelo da
Manhana" dijo que "la orden es
una medida que indica cmo Pe-
rn sabe qu su delegacin lle-
g a Washington en una posi-
cin lamentable, v que esto fu
suficiente para aue en una for-
ma de propaganda apresurada
se lanzara la leyenda de la nue-
va energa atmica de Argenti-
na".
El "Jornal dp Brazil" dijo que
no faltan los escptlcos que mi-
ran el anuncio como una pro-
paganda preparada para crear
sensacin, con el fin de desviar
la atencin de esa otra realidad
que es la libertad de expresin".
----------------?
Ser el principal
objeto de reunin
de cancilleres
Una verdadera anarqua de
precios se constata en las
tiendas de nuestra capital
Don Eduardo Briceo explica
Cul es su actuacin oficial
en el caso de la Fiduciaria
El seor don Eduardo A. Bri-
ceo, Gerente del Banco de Ur-
banizacin y Rehabilitacin e
Interventor del Gobierno en el
Banco Fiduciario, nos ha envia-
do para su publicacin las sl-
Bfinda agasajo al
Mayor Alemn hoy
la Polica Nacional
El Mayor Alfreds Alemn, ex-
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia,
ser objeto de un agasaja de
parte de la oficialidad del Cuer-
po de Polica Nacional por las
gestiones ene ha realizado en be-
neficio de esa Institucin y co-
mo un reconocimiento a su la-
bor en el Ministerio que tuvo a
su cargo.
A este agasajo han sido invi-
tados numerosos amigos perso-
nales del Mayor Alemn y se lle-
var a cabo en el local del Es-
cuadrn de la Polica.
gulentes declaraciones.
"Mis funciones como Inter-
ventor del Gobierno Nacional en
la Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nam, S.A. son limitadas y es-
tn contenidas en el acuerdo a
que llegaron representantes de
esa entidad bancarla y funcio-
narlos del Ministerio de Hacien-
da y Tesoro, si dia 8 de Marzo
de 1951."
Mi Intervencin de carcter
transitorio en las actividades de
esa institucin de crdito, es la
de vigilar, fiscalizar e Inspeccio-
nar sus operaciones en cumpli-
miento del convenio para pro-
teccin de los intereses dei Go-
bierno".
"Despus que el Juez lo. del
Circuito orden el da 8 del pre-
sente mes, la suspensin de las
operaciones de la Ca. Fiduciaria
de Panam S./., por no estar
dentro de su encaje legal, mi ac-
tuacin se ha limitado a asistir
a algunas reuniones de la Junta
Directiva, que han sido de con-
sulta sobre la actual situacin
por que atraviesa esa compaa"
"No debe confundirse mi po-
sicin de representante del r-
gano Ejecutivo en la Cia. Fidu-
ciaria, con la de un Interventor,
depositarlo o liquidador desig-
nado por autoridad Judicial, que
debe tomar Inmediata posesin
de los negocios y haberes de un
establecimiento bancarlo en ca-
sos especiales previstos por la
Ley, y resolver controversias
contractuales entre los deposi-
tantes, acreedores, deudores y
accionistas del mismo".
"Mi intervencin y responsa-
bilidad en este asunto puede
considerarse que es dentro de
un periodo normal de operacio-
nes y solamente por el tiempo
que el Gobierno mantenga dine-
ros depositados en esa Institu-
yas a la Pg. S. col. .)
WASHINGTON, marzo 27.
(UP). Hoy se supo que Es-
tados Unidos ha presentado mi-
nutas de tres resoluciones so-
bre la cooperacin econmica
para ser consideradas en la
Conferencia de Cancilleres A-
merlcanoa.
Los documentos no se han
dado a la publicidad, pero
fuentes fidedignas revelaron q'
consisten en lo' siguiente: 1)
Una declaracin general. 3)
2) Proyecto de resolucin so-
bre la cooperacin econmica
en la actual emergencia. 3)
Proyecto de resolucin sobre
planes para el fomento econ-
mico y cooperacin tcnica.
Al someter las minutas a la
consideracin de los cancille-
res, Estados Unidos, dijo que
stas hablan sido redactadas
tras consultar a varios gobier-
nos y se cree que representan,
hasta donde ello es posible, las
opiniones que en comn susten-
tan las repblicas americanas.
En la breve declaracin gene-
ral se dice que tras reconocer
que las repblicas americanas
tienen que fortalecer Inmedia-
tamente sus defensas frente a
"las fuerzas del imperialismo
comunista internacional", y que
"las repblicas americanas se
comprometen s o 1 e m nemente,
unas con otras, y para el be-
neficio del mundo Ubre, a co-
operar mutuamente para forta-
lecer su defensa comn, por
medio de medidas eficaces de
cooperacin econmica".
En las minutas de la resolu-
cin sobre la cooperacin eco-
nmica de emergencia se de-
clara en sus considerandos:
"Que es imprescindible que ca-
da uno de los Estados ameri-
canos desempee su papel en
toda su amplitud en contribu-
cin a la defensa comn y en
el sostenimiento de la estabi-
lidad econmica del mundo li-
bre; que el esfuerzo mutuo en
(Pasa a la Pgina S col. t>
Sern examinados fsicamente
todos los nios que ingresen
a su primer ao de escuela
Para conocimiento de los Pa-
dres de Familia y Acudientes se
nos ha suministrado el "Hora-
rio" del "Centro Emiliano Pon-
ce J." v de la "Cln'lca Escolar"
a fin de que durante el pero-
do de Vacaciones se examinen
los nios que van a Ingresar al
primer grado de las escuelas de
la Capital.
Para el (entro "Emiliano Pon-
ce J." de Lanes a Viernes de 8
a 10 a.m.
Escuela Repblica de Chile.
Escuela Guillermo Andreve.
Escuela Repblica de Venezuela.
Escuela Pedro J. Sosa.
Escuela Jos de Obalda.
Para la Clnica Escolar: Lunes
a Viernes De S a 11 a.m.
Escuela Estados Unidos.
Escuela Federico Llbbv
Escuela Repblica de China.
Escuela Jos de Obaldia.
Escuela Manuel Jos Hurtado.
Escuela Simn Bolvar.
Escuela Gil Colonje.
Escuela Nicolas Pacheco.
Escuela Repblica de Mxico.
Escuela Repblica de Colombia
Escuela Repblica del Ecuador.
Circulacin pagada ayer
22,400
Tres explosiones
misteriosas oyen
cerca de Miami
MIAMI. Florida. Marzo 27
(UP) Anoche se operon Ues
explosiones misteriosas, y ua
gc ellas extremecl un hot-i
de la ciudad, pero solamente
ocurri un pequeo dao- La
Polica dijo que la carga de ex-
plosivos rompi varias venta-
nas y desarregl un cuarto del
Hotei Imperial.
Una hora y media desp-'ls,
se oy una explosin cerca a u.ia
escuela en otra seccin de la
ciudad. El Alcalde William B.
Wolf, llam al cuartel cential
El panam-Amrica destac
ayer uno de sus redactores para
averiguar precios de algunos ar-
tculos de primera necesidad y
se pudo constatar que existe
cierta anarqua en los precios
de loa mismos, sobre todo cuan-
do se baja a las capas humildes
de la ciudad.
Las sopas de vegetales en la-
utas, por ejemplo tienen diver-
sos precios en distintas tiendas,
an cuando sean ellas vecinas.
El precio de las latas de sopa de
vegetales oscila entre quince y
diez y ocho centesimos de bal-
boas, siendo las ms caras las
que tienen carne que llega a
diez y nueve y hasta veitin
centavos la lata. Las sopas de
tomate en latas cuestan quince
y diez y siete centesimos de bal-
boas. Los paquetltos de sopa
Llpton cuestan entre doce y
doce centavos y medio.
Las mayores fluctuaciones en
precios se encuentran en la le-
che Klim en sus distintos tama-
os. Por ejemplo, las latas de
una libra tienen diversos pre-
cios. El corresponsal de El Pa-
nam-Amrica encontr pre-
cios de 92, 98 centesimos y has-
ta un balboa con precios arriba
de estas cifras en las afueras
de la ciudad. Las latas de dos
libras y media varan entre 2.30
2.38 y hasta 2.39 y en las afue-
ras an ms alto. En dos tien-
das vecinas la lata de cinco li-
bras era vendida en una a 4.40
y en otra a 4.80 y en las afue-
ras a 493.
La leche Valle Verde de cua-
tro onzas costaba 22 centavos,
pero en algunos lugares era
vendida a 22 centavos y medio.
La de una libra a 78 y a 80 cen-
tavos.
Nuestro redactor encontr que
las michas de. pan generalmen-
te pesaban dos onzas y se ven-
dan a dos centesimos y medio
(medio). Las michas de pan pa-
recen pesar en casi todos los lu
(Pasa a la Pg- t Col. ti
Panam es miembro
de la Organizacin
Mundial de Salud
La Organizacin Mundial do
la Salud anunci que Panam
es desde 1951, miembro de esa
organizacin, al rectificar los
tratados respectivos.
La Organizacin Mundial de
la Salud es la mxima autori-
dad en cuestiones sanitarias d/l
mundo. La autoridad regional
para Amrica es la Oficina Sa-
nitaria Panamericana a la cual
Panam pertenece desde hace
muchos aos. El Cdigo Sa-
nitario de nuestro pas, por
ejemplo, fue elaborado con la
colaboracin de los tcnicos de
ese organismo y se considera
actualmente el ms avanzado
(Pasa a l* Pit B Col 7>
Se exhibir una
cinta en colores
en la Universidad
Interesante pelcula en colo-
res se exhibir en la Universi-
dad de Panam maana mir-
coles a las 8:45 p.m.
Se trata de una cinta intitu-
lada "Explorando el Pasado Pre-
histrico de Panam", la cual
presenta los trabajos arqueol-
gicos realizados en diversos si-
tios de Parlta, Provincia de Co-
cl. por la Institucin Smith-
sonlana y la Sociedad Geogr-
fica Nacional de Washington.
La pelcula pertenece al Mu-
seo Nacional y se ofrece por
cortesa de su Director, el Prof.
Alejandro Mndez. Esta se pro-
yectar en el auditorio del Edi-
ficio de Humanidades de la
Universidad de Panama.
Estn invitados especialmente
los profesores y alumnos de los
Cursos de Verano, y adems po-
dr asistir el publico que de-
see.
Truman proclama
el 14 de abril Da
Panamericano
WA8HINQTON. marzo 27.
(U8IS). El Presidente Tru-
man ha declarado que la Orga-
nizacin de los Estados Ameri-
canos "ha demostrado su efec-
tividad en el mantenimiento de
la paz en el Hemisferio Occi-
dental".
En una proclama en la cual
designa el 14 de abril como
"Da Panamericano", el
sldente expresa:
"El sistema interamericano
puede servir como ejemplo de
progreso en el camino de la
paz, la seguridad y la coope-
racin".
El 14 de abril se cumple el
61o. aniversario de la funda-
de Polica unos minutos despas, clon de la" Unin Panamerlca-
para informar que se hsba es-
cuchado otra explosin en el
sector sur de la ciudad, pero i
ladios-patrullas no pueden sa-
ber en donde ocurri.
La Polica dijo que tendran
t para saber qu clase de expul-
siones iueron. En la escuela o*-
bia un leve olor a azufre, pero
an con los reflectores dl
Cuerpo de Bomberos no se pu-
dieron encontrar huellas.
na, entidad que hoy da acta
como Secretaria General de la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
merlcanos.
En la proclama el Presidente
pide a "todas las organizacio-
nes interesadas y al pueblo en
general que se asocien en las
ceremonias apropiadas conme-
morativas de la fundacin de
la Unin Panamericana, testi-
moniando asi los estrechos
(Pasa a la pgina C calumas )
Sobre posible evacuacin de
Panam y Coln discuti hoy
la Comisin de Defensa Civil
El viernes 30 pe celebrar e la Zona del Canal
importante reunin
que, por lo que toda la or-
ganizacin de primeros auxilios
y evacuacin tiene que recaer
sobre la poblacin civil misma.
(Pasa a la Pag. . Col. Z>
Ya se produjo el
primer tanque
Walker en E.U.
Autoridades de la Defensa
Civil de Panam y la Zona del
Canal se reunieron esta maa-
na para preparar el temarlo
de una conferencia sobre de-
fensa civil que' se celebrar en
la Zona del Canal el viernes 3u
y en la cual se abordarn prin-
cipalmente los problemas de
una posible evacuacin de las
ciudades de Panam y Coln,
en caso de un bombardeo areo.
En dicha reunin, a la que
asistirn altas autoridades del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, se estudiarn tambin los
planes de una vasta campaa
de divulgacin sobre defensa
civil, que abarcar entrena-
miento de las guardias civiles.
Estas conferencias han sido
precedidas por otras entre las
autoridades mdicas y las en-
fermeras del pais. Se trata de
brindar el mayor servicio en
caso de evacuacin a la pobla-
cin civil co nel elemento hu-
mano disponible para una ac-
tividad de esta envergadura.
Segn estos planes, la ciudad
tendr que ser dividida en zo-
nas de evacuacin y las iglesias
y edificios con grandes espa-
cios, habilitados para los ca-
sos de emergencia. En los bom-
bardeos atmicos el ejrcito
tiene que. estar dedicado por
entero a la defensa de la clu-
CLEVELAND, Mar. 27 (UP).
El primer tanque "bulldog" del
tipo Walker, y el primer tan-
que en ser producido por una
compaa privada desde la se-
gunda guerra mundial, comen-
z a salir hoy de la fbrica, con
tres meses de anticipacin.
El tanque es ligero, y se bau-
tizado con el nombre del Ge-
neral Walton Walker, quien mu-
ri en un accidente en Corea.
Este es el primer tanque que
ha sido diseado para el ejr-
cito desde la pasada guerra.
El Secretarlo del Ejrcito,
Frank Pace dijo que el tanque
'puede pelear, disparar y ma-
niobrar mejor que cualquiera
en su clase en el mundo."
El "bulldog" pesa 28 tonela-
das y tiene un nuevo tipo dt
torre con un can de 76 mi-
lmetros. La produccin llegar
a su mximo en agosto o sep-
dad y a la labor de contraata- tlembre en la fbrica Cadillac.
En trminos "fuertes" piden
que MacArthur no invada el
terreno de los diplomtieos
WASHINGTON. Mar. 27 (UP)
Se har tenido noticias que
el Departamento de Estado, en
Programa de tres
puntos contra
el comunismo
WASHINGTON. Marzo 27.
(UP). El Secretarlo de Esta-
do. Dean Acheson. al dirigirse
a la primera sesin regular de
la Conferencia de Cancilleres A-
merlcanos. pidi a todas las
Americas que se unan en un
programa de tres p-intos. para
la defensa contra el comunismo.
basado en la "distribucin equi-
tativa de sacrificios".
Acheson dUo que "el imperia-
lismo comunistas es la ms gra-
ve amenaza en la historia de
las naciones Ubres del mundo
y nos llama a la accin aho-
Umdca V oue-d? llevar Ktt ^eAfi ft
carga Dijo: "Juntos debemos, por MacArthur podra entorpe.
.ras a la P*i. iMll eer sus gestiopea.
trminos "bastante fuertes" han
pedido al Departamento de De-
fensa y al Presidente que eli-
minen las actividades del Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur en el
terreno diplomtico.
Al parecer, la decisin fu
motivada por las declaraciones
de MacArthur la semana pasa-
da, de estar dispuesto a con-
ferenciar sobre el terreno con
los jefes militares Nor-Coreanos
para negociar el cese de hosti-
lidades. Esta declaracin, con
decidido tono diplomtico, cau-
s asombro entre los funciona-
rlos del Departamento de Esta-
do.
An antes de estas declara-
clones del Departamento de Es-
tado estaba deseoso que Mac-
Arthur se abstuviese de hacer
declaraciones pblicas que lin-
dan con las propuestas diplo-
mticas.
La ltima declaracin de Mac-
Arthur, llegada a Washington la
noche del Viernes, no obtuvo
la autorizacin previa de los
funcionarios del Gobierno y es-


At.l.NA DOS
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MARZO 17, 1951
Panamamrtca
MARIO INDIPENDUNTI
H1HMODIO ARIA!. DIRECTOR
IDITAOO ROR LA
BDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. . A.
Til irONO *-074O CENTRAL PRIVADA! APARTADO POETAL NO 114
N >Uk IAL..ERE SITL'ADOI IN UTA .IUD0. CA'.LI H. Hi. ST
PI1MEKAS MEDIDAS DE AMERICA FRENTE
A LA EMERGENCIA MUNDIAL
tiu la sesin inaugural de la Conferencia de
Cancilleres se esboz el plan que adoptar el hemis-
ferio ante la crisis internacional. En los discursos
del Presidente Truman y del Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores del Brasil est la sntesis, puede de-
cirse, de la idea y del espritu que anima el mo-
vimiento continental.
El Presidente de los Estados Unidos manifes-
t claramente la urgencia y el apremio que hay
en defender la democracia de la palpable agresin
comunista de que es vctima. Dijo que para lograr
esos fines es necesario no permitir que sucumba
la Europa occidental ante la poltica imperialista
rusa y dijo tambin que para eso es indispensable
que nuestro Continente, unido por un slo anhelo
y un slo esfuerzo, luche, decidido, contra las fuer-
zas del mal
El Presidente Truman habl de las cuestiones
militares, pero de una manera fundamental puso
nfasis en los aspectos polticos y econmico del
problema. En relacin con lo ltimo destac la im-
. jjortancia de la cooperacin econmica entre todas
las Naciones Americanas para que nuestros pue-
blos estn en condiciones de hacerle frente a la
campaa con el xito debido.
Por otra parte, cmo vocero de los veinte_ pa-
ses de la Amrica Latina, el Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores del Brasil, para contestar al Presiden-
te de los Estados Unidos en lo que respecta a esta
cuestin vital de la cooperacin econmica, defini
como una necesidad absolutamente ineludible la
ayuda apropiada para mantener el nivel econmi-
co en condiciones que hagan posible un aporte efec-
tivo de Amrica en la lucha mundial contra el to-
talitarismo moscovita.
Todo parece indicar que esta dea est encon-
trando slido soporte en las altas esferas oficiales
del gobierno de Washington y, sobre todo, en la
opinin pblica de la gran Nacin del Norte. Ojal
que ella se comprenda en todos sus alcances para
el mejor logro del destino y de la solidaridad de
Amrica.
En uno de los perodos de su discurso el Presi-
j dente Truman dijo: "Creemos que los objetivos y
propsitos del gobierno son promover el bienestar
de todo el pueblo y no el de unos cuantos privile-
giados solamente." Esta apreciacin poltica segu-
ramente debi haber sido oda con especial inters
en el seno de la Conferencia. Ojal que todos los
Delegados a ella se hayan compenetrado de ese con-
cepto que, para decirlo sin ambajes, no tiene vi-
gencia cabal en algunos pases d la Amrica La-
tina. Ayer, en nuestro editorial, nos referimos a
ese problema que confronta la democracia conti-
nental y que ojal encuentre en esta Reunin de
Cancilleres una adecuada solucin para prestigio
de nuestro continente y felicidad de nuestros pue-
blos.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
por
,ie. v.
PASIN DE 1951
Por ALDOR
REUNION DE ACCIONISTAS
Se cita a los accionistas de la Destilera Central,
S.A., a la Asamblea General anual que ha de celebrarse
I da 5 de Abril de 1951 en las oficinas de la Compa-
a en Avenida Norte No. 70 a I ; 8 p.m.
Se considerarn los siguientes puntos:
1Discusin del Balance Ceneral al 31 de
Diciembre de 1950.
2Eleccin de nuevos directores.
DESTILERA CENTRAL, S.A.
Anbal Tribaldos
Secretario
Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, Si.
Asamblea Ceneral de Accionistas
CITACIN
De conformidad al Artculo 13 de los Estatutos, por
orden de la Junta Directiva, se cita a los accionistas a una
Asamblea Extraordinaria que tendr lugar en las oficinas
de la Compaa en Calle I No. 20 de la ciudad de Panam
a las 3:30 p.m. del da Lunes, 9 de Abril de 1951. El
objeto de la reunion es el de presentar y considerar infor-
mes pertinentes sobre la situacin actual de la Compaa
y resolver sobre cualquier otro asunto o medida que pro-
muevan o propongan los Accionistas, Directores o la Jun-
ta Directiva, incluso cualesquiera reformas del Pacto Social.
La Asamblea se celebrar con los accionistas que apa-
rezcan inscritos como tales en los libros de la Compaa
el 31 de Marzo de 1951.
Panam, Marzo 26 de 1951.
EL SECRETARIO
LAS MUJERES "PEOR VESTI-
DAS DEL MUNDO"
Tenia que ser en los' Estados
Unidos. Y tenia que ser un
cronista de sociedad "de so-
ciedad"... de aquel pas
quien se atreviera a designar
las diez mujeres "peor vesti-
das" del mundo. Porque si es
difcil encontrar las diez mu-
jeres "mejor vestidas" del orbe,
el escoger a las diez peor ata-
viadas dificulta el problema.
Claro que el secreto reside en
buscar ante todo un grupo de
mujeres que sea conocido por
mucha gente. Es una satisfac-
cin para las no conocidas, o
las menos conocidas. Ya dentro
de la primera seleccin, habr
que cuidarse bien. Pongamos
una Virginia Hill, por ejemplo.
Cualquiera se atreve a men-
cionarla entre las "peor vesti-
das" damas de la tierra. 81
nicamente porque la queran
retratar o Interrogar' arreme-
ti Virginia HU contra unos
cuantos periodistas del gne-
ro masculino y del femenino
en Nueva York.. Qu hara ti
criticaran su abrigo de pieles
o su horrible sombrero?
Pero volvamos a lo nuestro.
Entre las mujeres mas lamen-
tablemente ataviadas -se citan
por el cronista de sociedad nor-
teamericano a la seora Eva
de Pern, la que se califica de
"demasiado vestida", demasia-
do llena de trapos no hay
que ser mal Intencionado, com-
paero, lo que, como mero
contemplador de fot ografias
admito. Pero... Podr decirse
esto en "La Prensa" de Bue-
nos Aires, lo mismo en la que
se publicar ahora que en la
que se public hace dos meses?
El doctor Oalnza Paz no po-
dra haberse refugiado en Mon-
tevideo si se hubiera atrevido
a tanto.
Tambin se menciona como
'peor vestida" a la Princesa Isa-
bel o Elizabeth de Inglaterra.:
Probablemente le nter esar \
menos a esta hija de Jorge VI
el pertenecer al grupo. Con re-;
cordar a su bisabuela la Reina!
Victoria, hallara un antece-'
dente familiar Y de categora.
Acusan a esta PrinceflPde "po-
nerse aos". Es pecado mayor
e imperdonable. Lo urgente es
quitarse aos. A la Princesa,
casada con un guapo mozo
medio Ingls, medio griego-
no le preocupa presumir de jo-
ven. 8e cita a la seorita Mar-
gare! Truman En realidad la
manera de vestir de la hija del
Presidente de los Estados Uni-
dos es formidable. Pero a lo
mejor el seor Truman se mo-
lesta con el cronista de so-
ciedad que Incluy el nombre
de su hija en la lista ms co-
mentada por las mujeres del'
mundo entero. Y amenaza al
humbre como amenaz al cri-
tico m u s i cal washlngtoniano
que se permiti apuntar de-
fectos al modo de cantar del
pimpollo de la Casa Blanca. La
censura de prensa puede traer-,
la un mnimo desliz de ese es-:
tilo.
Siempre se ha criticado a la
actriz del cinematgrafo Pau-
lette Ooddard por el mal gus-
to de sus atavos. Se asegura
que la eleccin de colores de
sus trajes es terrible y se aa-
de que usa demasiados ador-
nos. Con lo bien que estar
Paulette Ooodard al natural...
A Rita Hay worth, la Princesa
india por matrimonio por se-
gundo matrimonio o por ter-
cer Intento, no estoy seguro__
se la echa en cara lo mismo
que a Evita Pern: que se cuel-
ga demasiadas cosas sobre su
escultura, positivamente mag-
nifica. Yo no me atrevera a
decir tanto. Rita Hayworth. hi-
ja de un bailarn medio espa-
ol, es sencillamente estupen-
da. Tengo ante mi un retrato
de la princesa Inglesa y de
la menos princesa pero casi
princesa. Margaret Truman, y
no admito comparacin: Rita
triunfa. Quiz se aproxime mks
a ese Ideal griego el de Lfy
s>po. el de Praxiteles de la
altura de las nueve cabezas en
relacin con el otro ideal el
de Fidias que apenas llega a
siete y media... Lo que sea
Rita triunfa, repito.
Ahora bien: pertenecer a ese
grupo de las diez damas "peor
vestidas" del mundo ya es dis-
tinguirse. No se conquista el
puesto sin ms ni ms. Es ms
sencillo conseguir un titulo de
nobleza, de esta nobleza del si-
glo XX.
Sonriamos.
Y lo cierto es que por mu-
chos siglos que transcurran
quedar siempre la mujer como
milagroso atractivo. Aconteci
en Orela, en la Grecia de Pe-
reles: aconteci en Roma: y
hasta en la encapuchada Edad
Media recurdese a Lady Go-
diva. No se hable del XVIII
francs ni de la poca contem-
pornea.
Tanto se ha adelantado que
comprendemos hoy que las mu-
jeres menos vestidas son las
mujeres mejor vestidas. Y cons-
iltuye un homenaje antes que
un insulto. El Insulto lo llera
la segunda intencin.
JH mi *
...La corona de espinas...
Puntos de Vista
Conozca y evite algunas enfermedades
Varias clases de Conjuntivitis
Un gran nmero de personan-
est en capacidad de decir, en
presencia de unos ojos enroje- |
cidos, que duelen con la lus y
amanecen llenos de una sustan- ,
cia blanca o amarillenta, que
muchas veces Impide abrir los I
prpados, que se trata de una j
conjuntivitis: pero muy pocos;
estn al tanto de las causas de j
su produccin, de las conse-;
cuenclas que su descuido puede
acarrear y. sobre todo, de las!
maneras de evitarla.
Ante todo, se llama con] un ti-!
vitis a la irritacin o infeccin
de una de las membranas ex-
ternas de los ojos que se en- '
cuentra recubriendo la parte in-
terna de los prpados V el glo-
bo del ojo en la parte que de !
ordinario se ve de un color blan-
co azuloso. debido a la presen-
ca de diversos grmenes extra- |
os (el estreptococo, el estafilo-
coco, el productor de la bleno- [
rragla. el de la difteria. etc.).|
porque, normalmente, la baja |
temperatura, la presencia v clr-,
culacln permanente de las l-
grimas aseguran una limpieza
casi total.
Hay varias clases de conjun-
tivitis: agudas, crnicas y. den-
tro de las primeras, las cuales
son ms representativas de la
enfermedad, la "simple", produ-
cida por el contacto del viento
y el polvo, la catarral sub-aguda.
la catarral epidmica, la bleno-
Risica y la diftrica.
Conjuntivitis simple ha sufr-;
do todo el mundo: la accin del
viento, la tierra, durante viajes
por carreteras polvorientas o en
la demolicin de casas con pa-
redes de adobe o tapia: del hu-
mo, en fbricas y. muv frecuen-
temente, en nuestro medio ru-
ral, en cocinas de fogn sin ven-
tilacin, donde el producto de
la combustin de la lea no tie-
ne salida distinta de la misma
puerta de entrada: del calor,
gases Irritantes, introduccin de
cuerpos extraos, lavados hechos
en la nariz con sustancias irri-
tantes e ingestin de bebidas o
alimentos excitantes: todas es-
tas causas, la producen a dia-
rio. Y la manera de prevenirla
es sencilla: evitar en lo posible
las causas enumeradas y usar
anteojos protectores, de crista-
les planos v ahumados.
Las conjuntivitis catarral sub-
aguda y catarral aguda epid-
mica, producidas, la primera, por
el bacilo de Morax y. la segun-
da, por el de Weeks, tienen co-
mo principal caracterstica su
alto grado de contagiosidad. Son
lo comnmente llamado "cegu-
ra". que se extiende rpidamen-
te en las escuelas, cuarteles, in-
lernados. etc., pero nrincipal-:
mente en ven apovadas por la falta de
aseo de los nios, la promiscui-
dad en que viven y la tenden-
cia a llevarse las manos a los
ojos irritados v a tocar lueffn
todo sin lavrselas. Su grave-
dad es relativa por las compli-,
caciones a que pudiera dar lu-
gar y la extensin a otros gru-
pos humanos: v la manera de
evitarla radica principalmente
en la separacin de los indivi-
duos afectados v la desinfec-
cin de objetos de uso personal,
hasta el fin de su tratamiento
y curacin.
La ms grave entre las con-
juntivitis agudas es. sin duda,
la blenorrglca del nio (porque
tambin se presenta en el adul-
to), por el altsimo porcentaje
de ciegos que produce (casi un
40%). La infeccin se produce
probablemente en el momento
del nacimiento, o desde varias
horas o das antes, cuando ha
habido un parto demorado y
complicado, en una madre en-
ferma de blenorragia: tambin
se cree en la posibilidad de que
se haga en el momento de lim-
piar los ojos y cara del recin
nacido. Por lo comn, la enfer-
medad no se inicia Inmediata-
mente, sino hasta el segundo o
tercero da: aparece en los ojos
y hace tres periodos: infiltra -
tlvo, plorreico, con gran produc-
cin de un pus espeso y amu-
rillo o verdoso, y crnico. En
el segundo, el plorreico. es don-
de estn los mayores peligros de
ceguera, por la perforacin de
la crnea, produccin de cata-
ratas v muchas veces Infeccin
total del contenido del ojo. que
convierte a ste en r.na verda-
dera bolsa de pus.
C. V. R.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas
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LA GUERRA POR LA PAZ
ESTRATEGIA DE DESGASTE
Cincuenta mil proyectiles fueron lanzados por la artillera de
la 35a. Divisin de Infantera norteamericana como preparacin
liara efectuar el cruce del rio Han en dos puntos situados a 2*
Kilmetros al Este de Sel', capital de la Corea del Sur; I avia-
cin unitaria tendi un manto de fuego eon bombas de altos ex-
plosivos y de gasolina gelatinisada napalm bombas-cohetea
y ametralladoras de diversos calibres; patrullas blindadas inte-
gradas por tin mnimo de 8 tanques "Gral. Patton" penetraban
en el territorio enemigo, batiendo con el fuego de ana caones 7
ametralladoras todas las trincheras, "zorreras" y abrigos de loa
comunistas; los contingentes de infantera, avanzando lentamen-
te, hombro con hombro, limpiaban metdicamente el terreno
para no dejar tras de si a un solo enemigo.
Este cuadro de la lucha en el sector de Sel se repiti a to-
do lo largo del frente coreano; las unidades surcoreanas y uni-
tarias no avanzaron sino trae del apoyo que. les otorgaban la ar-
tillera y la' aviacin, las cuales materialmente araban el terre-
no.
La maniobra, que resurgiera durante las guerras napoleni-
cas y alcanzara su mayor grado en las "blitzkrieg" germanas do
Polonia y Francia, brilla por su ausencia en les campos de Corea.
Traa de haber realisado el desembarco en Inchn y avanzado so-
bre la frontera manchuriana, los unitarios no han vuelto a rea-
lizar una maniobra; los comunistas, despus de la maniobra sor-
presiva en Corea del Norte, que culmin con la evacuacin de
Hungnam, tampoco haban vuelto a realisar ninguna maniobra,
excepto la pequea y corta ofensiva que acaba de ser liquidada
al recuperar los unitarios el territorio que haban perdida a cau-
sa de ella.
Los unitarios llevaban a cabo lo que en trminos militares
se llama una "guerra de material", aplastando al enemigo con
rl peso de las mquinas e ingenios militares y no mediante una
superioridad en la maniobra. Basndose en el mayor desarrollo
industrial norteamericano, el Tte. Oral. Matthew B. Ridgway
aplica el factor CIENCIA de la guerra y no el de ARTE: la tc-
nica guerrera unitaria es la que contrarresta al enemigo.
LA GUERRA es una ciencia y un arte: es ciencia por-
ue se basa en reglas y principios inmutables, sean cuales
ueren los cambios que se realicen en ella; j es arte por-
que la adecuada combinacin de esos principios y reglas,
aplicada por un comandante genial, produce resultados ex-
traordinarios.
No es culpa del Tte. GraL Ridgway el qu no pueda aplicar
el arte de la guerra y se vea obligado a utilizar nicamente la
ciencia: el personal que tiene a sus rdenes es insuficiente para
recurrir a la maniobra con probabilidades de xito. La falto do
soldados Instruidos y preparados para la guerra, lo heterogneo
de los contingentes a sus rdenes, el distinto nivel de prepara-
cin militar y de voluntad de lucha (que va desde el entusiasmo
arrollador de los turcos que cargan a la bayoneta y no saben re-
tirarse si les faltan municiones, hasta la incontenible tendencia
a volatilizarse" que los snreoreanos demuestran constantemen-
te), hacen que no pueda montar maniobras de gran rendimiento.
La operacin "Matador" puede equipararse al avance de una
aplanadora que lo arrolla y aplasta todo a su paso, pero que ca-
rece de brillantez; solo la abundancia de material de guerra, de
municiones, de transportes, de aviacin, es la que permite obte-
ner los actuales rendimientos. No hay penetraciones profundas
v rpidas que disloquen el dispositivo enemigo y le obliguen a
efectuar grandes repliegues, mientras se copan miles y decenas
:'Km.d' sla*I enemigos, come sucediera en las primeras
^ brillantes etapas de la "blitzkrieg" germana: se avanza por
centenares o pocos miles de metros diarios y nada ms.
Los comunistas (chinos y norcoreanes) no pueden realizar
una guerra de material porque carecen de industria desarrollad
que produzca este en cantidades ilimitadas: tienen que resiegar-
ffSM *d,ilTl? de hlerro T ,ue, que ,e *I,M*- *n
inferioridad tcnica con sangre a raudales, pero no ceden en su
resistencia obstinada, esperando a que se presenten elreunrtan-
cas favorables.
LTD Pp-CHENG, comandante del Se. Ejrcito de Casa-
pana, recibi su apodo de "El Dragn Tuerte" por faltarle
ei ojo derecho, usa gruesos lentes de aros de carey y tie-
2./5S2?? ? Pro'esor: pero ha demostrado su capaci.
.Ma. V. '" '" '"*?* c,Tl1' dnrante u cu"> e infirmo
repetidas veces que habia muerto en campaa.
Si el informe formosiano es correcto, entonces los cuatro me-
?I? "."'1"" de> Ch,na roJ* e"Ur*n entregado, a 1. direc-
H..nr?e ',! c*m,n* en Corea: Fsng Teh-huel" subjofe el CG
v! SS*? '."Tl*?*"^ ler *"* d CamVaa? Chen
pJer^pi ?fto d" f'f; **0, I Lln PiM' eemandante del 4o.
c1nf.nd?n^^.rae^rcitonCCh?no* ^ ^
RJJOTS VTTS^lSSfLSSS K'plna au!
h."r,ec^.rnoC.r,,I,r el**"'to " eceriaddetocUca.";
t..!1?1*!** **?*; continuara '* batana de material y la estra-
..?,."'JTSSt .del enemigo: se esperara 1 U.uidacioa d piI
t^dTtSSL Z??* ""'uando el Dr. Syngman Rhee, presiden-
ranT. rw. 1 ,SrJ"d"ra ,Be ,M fum*8 unitarias conquista-
?san*n! -.1 Nrte 'efectuaran I. nnificacin del devastado
y sangrad* pas, campo de batalla de comunistas y anltarios
Se estimaba que los comunistas continuaran renlernri**
c.dUtriK 5"U4llet*r ,B ,B- e'enriv avanzSda1"^
cual trataran de detener a los unitario, mientras llerbn lo. ron
Jvfr?8 de '"" le. permitieran l.r su contraofeSl
siva primaveral. Esta lnea defensiva se supone une est itn.Ji
un poco al Norte de Sel, sigue la mm? isooterdT Srt^ta
Km" hMta CnUnCh0n T de *" "* ^lelStoaf'iira!
i I** "Perloridad tcnica unitaria y su aplicacin en la bata.
lia de material puede haber contrarrestado^u^ridadT n!
h. 11 .TI P*1, *'*** Pueda romper el empate a eue
ha ligado el conflicto coreano. Y mientras Vi GraHffirwav no
?m* V, di8Pfic'on uficiente infantera, tal cosa no ser no!
Coreaeotrrrl0.Nn".P!e,n' ren,0.de ' ""obTpodrnth.ctr
en torea otra cosa que lo que reaza la operacin "Matador".
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MARTES, MARZO 27, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRrj
Cruzan el Paralelo tropas surcoreanas
Los norteamericanos forman
una slida muralla de acero
a diez millas de esa linea
TOKIO, Marzo 27 (UP) -Lf
Uopas surcoreanas uvanzaiuii
i.i masa hacia ei norte del ba-
rjelo 38, desde Kaumpo, a UM
millas del Paralelo. Las tropas
Sur-Coreanas avanzaron a lo
largo de a costa este deipues
ue haber cruzado en masa la
vieja frontera.
Un comunicado lacnico a
nuncio la cada de Kaumpo y
no se' dieron detalles, pero se
cree que la villa fu capturada
ayer. No se hizo mencin de
resistencia comunista.
Los surcoreanos estn avali-
zando a lo largo de la rol&ha
carretera que los condujo a
Chongjln, a 250 milla sal ui-
te del Paralelo y a slo 50 mi-
li as de la frontera Slberla.it,
el Invierno pasado. A'nora, ata
embargo, las tropas avanzan
con ms cuidado, protegienio
sus flancos.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejer-
cito hizo mofa de los "Inform s
ue los surcoreanos estaban de-
safiando el Comando de las Wj-
cones Unidas avanzando hacia
el norte del Paralelo. Todos sus
avances han sido con rdenes
del General Matthew B Ridg-
uay, Comandante del Octave
Ejercito.
Otras tropas'del Octavo Ejer-
cito so encontraban a tiro ds
can de la vieja frontera a lo
largo del frente de 140 millas
a travs de la pennsula.
Despachos del frente indican
t,ue los comunistas estn esla-
bliciendo nuevas.defensas op>
siciones para demorar el avan-
ce aliado en lugares clavs, Jos-
de Justo al sur del Paralelo en
el Oeste hasta varias millas al
norte de este en el oriente. Tj-
do parece indicar que los rojos
estn planeando hacer una re-
sistencia heroica en el oeste, tn
los caminos que conducen desds
Sel a Pyongyang.
Se inform que las tropas co-
munistas y sus tanques se ca-
tn, atrincherando a lo largo
de la carretera Sel-Pyongyang.
Las fuerzas norcoreanas que so
retiran al norte de Sel, se r:e
que sa estn dirigiendo a Kne-
song. a milla y media al sor
del Paralelo.
Las fuerzas norteamericants
que estn avanzando a lo ia.-go
de ambas carreteras, se unie-
ron en tres puntos ayer, for-
jando de esta manera una 0u
lida muralla de acero a diez
niiilas defensivas al sur del Pa-
ralelo.
Los informes de las prepaia-
clones defensivas de los ro;os
Nueve fallecen al
estrellarse avin
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 27
. Por lo menos nueve
personas resultaron m u e r tas
cuando un avin DC-3 de Aero-
lneas Argentinas se estrell a
las 8.30 de la maana cerca
del aeropuerto de Rio Grande
en la Tierra del Fuego en su
vuelo regular de Ushuaia a
Buenos Aires.
ucron dados por aviones ae
tconocimienio, quienes divi-u-
ron el mayor trfico comuiiu a
que se ha visto desde hace be-
uianas. Cerca de 850 vehculos
comunistas fueron divisado
movindose hacie el sur, sie.iao
atacados.
Los aviones B-20 con basej lo
Okinawa bombardearon la ca-
pital norcoreana, y le causa.on
raves danos a los patios \ -
rrovlanos en el centro clave .e
aprovisionamiento de Hamhu.ip
en el nOr-oeste-
Vuelos,tcticos efectuados per
ias fuerzas areas aliada ca-
aion glandes daos a las cu"-
uaitiias comunistas, destiuyn
do ocho tneles entre Barfa f
y Keasong en la principal linea
de abastecimiento en el frente
occidental.
Todava no se han revelado
los puntos militares que se
tratarn en la Conferencia
Variados comentarios provoca el
anuncio d la Atmica de Argentina
_xA^ 1 ILLAi
Universitarias
Pe2>.m,j.J.
Al reanudar esta columna lo
hacemos con el firme prop-
sito de presentar con la co-
operacin de los directores de
la Universidad Nacional di-
versas fases de la vida uni-
versitaria. Queremos sobre todo
discutir sobre la iniciacin de
la Facultad de Medicina en Pa-
nam, curso que es de primor-
dial importancia, pero que en-
gendra una organizacin efec-
tiva.
Nos parece que la Facultad
de Medicina tiene sus ventajas
para nuestro pas, cuya pobla-
cin crece rpidamente. Su ini-
ciacin llegar a cristalizar los
deseos de un puado de estu-
diantes, profesores y el Rec-
tor de la Universidad doctor
Octavio Mndez Pereira, quie-
nes a pesar de las criticas y
de los intereses mezquinos, han
logrado su feliz realizacin. Ha-
ce varios aos un grupo de es-
tudiantes, de varias -facultades
de la Universidad, se unieron
con el fin de fundar
mit, que se llam
la de
WASHINGTON, Marzo 27
(UPi El Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores argentno, Hi-
plito Jess Paz. despus Ce
conferenciar con el Secretario de
instado, Dean Acheson paso c)
da conferenciando con sus au-
xares- Las conferencias de ?sz
con sus consejeros polticos y
militares y econmicos tienen
por objeto coordinar los pla;es
ut trabajo en la conferencia.
A contestacin de un peivi-
rUta Paz declar que la clau.r-
ra de La Prensa no habia P'o
mencionada en su entrevista
con Acheson.
El Dr. Alberto Cmpora Do-
mnguez de Uruguay dijo quo
Acheson "esl seguro que la
onftrencia encontrar una so-
lucin armnica de los pro'o.e-
UiM polticos, militares y eo-
r.mlcos que estn en lnea o ni
;os Ideales comunes y los in'.e-
. tses de as nacionea Am**
r'canas".
Pedro Sllveti Arce de Boiiv'-i
cijo que ACneson estuvo en
'Vxtremo cordial" Agreg .'ir
tiataron sobre la conferencia
en su aspecto general.
Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramii.'.'
dijo que expres a Miller "su
mejores deseos para que la con-
ferencia sea un xito".
La mayor parte de los Minl>-
t;os de Relaciones Exterio:e
.o han revelado anticipadamen-
te qu proposiciones militares
i econmicas sometern a con-
sideracin de la .reunin de
onsulta de los Cancilleres, v
algunos han dicho que no .a-
n proposicin especifica alr-
na y que slo expresarn s'is
puntos de vista sobre los tr ojntos del temarlo.
Estos tres puntos son:
1) Cooperacin poltica y mi-
litar para la defensa de Ami-
nca y prever y rechazar la R-
giesln de acuerdo con los ce-
venios nter-Americanos y con
'a Carta de las Naciones Uni-
das y las resoluciones de diera
Organizacin.
21 Fortalecimiento de la se-
guridad interna de las rep-
blicas Americanas.
a i Cooperacin econmica de
emergencia: at Produccin y
distribucin de los productos
escasos y la utilizacin de los
servicios necesarios paca atcn-
dei los requerimientos de la e-
conomia interna de las rep-
blicas Americanas; y medio-s
para facilitar en lo posible la
ejecucin de programas para el
aesarrollo econmico.
La sesin de apertura' oti-
cial ser hoy- por la tarde- Li
primera sesin de trabajo ten-
dr lugar maana por la ma-
ana y ser pblica, pero la
icuniones subsiguientes y la.
~t las comisiones sern a puer-
! as cerradas hasta la s e s 1 o "
llenarla, final, a no ser que ')
Ministros deseen rfue alguna se-
sin sea pblica.
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 27
(UP) El anupelo por PeoM
ae que Argentina ha logrado ia
liberacin controlada de la e-
nergia atmica fu destaca.'o
en las primeras planas de 'us
vespertinos.
El "World Telegram" dio la
noticia con el titulo "Pern r-
cla explosin atmica dice
que el provecto argentino no
usa uranio".
El "Journal American" anuu-
:. "Nuevo mtodo atmico a-
..unclado por Pern".
El New York Post dijo: "Pe-
rn afirma que posee un nue-
o mtodo secreto atmico".
Asi mismo, el World Telegram
y el Journal American, publi-
caron despachos' de Washinc-
,011 que deca que los invcsM-
gadores norteamericanos de e-
ncigia atmica ponan en duda
el mtodo anunciado por Perfil.
El potencial humano de la
Amrica Latina ser de gran
valor si estalla la guerra
Por ROSCOE SNIPES
WASHINGTON, Marzo 27 (U.
P.iEl Brigadier General Ed-
win Slbert, Jefe del Estado Ma-
yor de la Junta de Defensa
nter-Americana dijo que el
potencial humano de Latino
Amrica, asi como sus materia-
les estratgicos sern de mximo
utico-J valor para las naciones aruan-
Pro-escue- tes ae la libertad, si llega a es-
MWiclna"Tesos mucha- tallar una guerra global.
chos se agitaron con mucho
entusiasmo y calaron en el am-
biente local la necesidad de
crear dicha escuela. Sus desve-
los y su participacin fue es-
timulada en aquel entonces
por todos los directores de la
Universidad. Esta labor tras-
cendi a la radio, al peridico
y se hizo intensa con festivi-
dades y otras formas de pro-
paganda. Esos muchachos en-
contraron gran apoyo en el
Rector Mndez Pereira y se
puede decir que su labor du-
rante varios aos escolares fue
'suficientemente efectiva. Des-
pus de ser aprobada la fun-
dacin de la Escuela de Me-
dicina en Panam, se agita-
ron tambin, en la organizacin
misma de la escuela. J>ero su
labor y desvelos por la Es-
cuela de Medicina parece que
ha pasado desapercibida. Sin
lugar a dudas ellos plantaron
un jaln que luego culmin con
la fundacin de la escuela de
galenos, y por eso deben si-
turseles en un lugar prepon-
derante entre los estudiantes
que lucharon por la fundacin
de la Escuela de Medicina en
Panam.
Manifest que "en la guerra
global las reservas humanas de
Latino-Amrica sern algo que
no podemos pasar por alto. Para
aquellos que pudieran abrigar
dudas respecto a las cualidades
combatientes de los Latlno-
Amecanos, slo tengo que refe-
rirme a la historia de la con-
quista de las tres cuartas par-
tes merldonlales de este hemis-
ferio por pequeo grupos de es-
paoles y portugueses, y al he-
cho que hombres de la mismo
base tnica conquistaron toda
Europa Occidental, excepto Fran
cia, bajo Carlos V y Felipe II.
'Tarrtbln tenemos el hecho
que los Ejrcitos de Napolen
hallaron su tumba en la Penn-
sula Ibrica. La ms reciente
ejecutoria de los ejrcitos de
San Martn y Bolvar muestra
que los Latino-Americanos son
muy difciles de vencer. En este
momento, el 65o. Regimiento de
Infantera de Estados Unidos,
de puertorriqueos, del mismo
tronco tnco que las repblcas
Antillas, est realizando una
labor de prmera clase en Corea
hasta el punto que debemos re-
conocer que cuando los Latino
Americanos estn debidamente
instruidos y pertrechados son
tan buenos soldados como otros
cualquiera.
Y cuando la situacin se ha-
ga difcil en la guerra global,
va a ser de mxima importan-
cia que el potencial humano de
Latino-Amrica, as como las
materias primas esenciales, es-
tn al lado de los pueblo aman-
tes de la libertad."
Slbert manifest que est su-
mamente satisfecho que su Vice-
Director del Estado Mayor de la
Junta vaya a ser el General
Gustavo Rojas Padilla, ex-Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
y ex-Jefe del Estado Mayor de
Colombia.
Declar: "El hecho que Co-
lombia enva un Vice-Director
del Estado Mayor de tan alto
calibre demuestra nuevamente
la seriedad y calor conque Co-
lombia responde a sus obligacio-
nes con la causa comn. Puede
ciertamente decirse que no es
una de las naciones comn.
Puede ciertamente decirse que
BERKELEY. California. Mar-
zo 27 IUP) El destacado qumi-
co nuclear, de la Univerisda de
alifornia, Dr. Gelnn T- Sea-
uOig coment el anuncio ;irf
Argentina de una explosin -
inlua diciendo:
"No conozco mtodo alguno
de hacer, bombas atmicas sin
utilizar el uranio".
Seaborg descubri el plutonio
usado en la primera bomba a-
tomica-
SOUTH N O R W A L, Cor.n.
no es una de las naciones ms
ricas de Latino-Amrica y ser
quizs una misin bastante cos-
tosa y difcil la que asumi cuan
do ofreci una fragata y bata-
lln para el* servicio en Corea.
Me descubro en saludo ante Co-
lombia".
Se espera que el General Ro-
jas llegue a Washington pron-
to para hacerse cargo de su
puesto que se asigna por sorteo
peridico al pas que no tiene
otro alto cargo en la Junta. To-
das las repblicas Americanas
tienen derecho a pertenecer al
Estado Mayor de la Junta, pero
actualmente solo estn repre-
sentadas ocho, aunque todas tie-
nen representantes en la pro-
pia -Junta.
Argentina acaba de anunciar,
slnembargo, que nombrar re-
presentante en el Estado Mayor.
Slbert dijo que espera que des-
pus de la Conferencia de Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
en Washington, otros pases
adicionales nombren miembros
del EstadoM ayor y ste se am-
plia.
El Estado Mayor, rgano filial
de la Junta, formula los planes
para la defensa del hemisferio,
en cumplimiento de instruc-
ciones dictadas por la Junta.
Sus 14 miembros actuales son
jefes de alta graduacin de Bra-
sil, Colombia. Cuba, Repblica
Dominicana, Ecuador. Per, Es-
tados Unidos y Venezuela.
LECCIN DE ACTUALIDADEn la Escuela St. Mary en Cleveland, los nios aprenden a leer,
escribir, y defenderse contra los ataques areos. Estos ejercicios se hacen una ves a la semana,
para que los nios sepan cmo protegerse durante un ataque areo.____________________ ''*
Lluvias torrenciales
causan derrumbes
en Colombia
MANIZALES. Colombia. Marzo
27 (UP)Diez personas mu-
rieron y hubo un nmero ue
casas destruidas, dejando sin
hogar a unas 200 personas, de-
bido a derrumbes provocados
por las lluvias torrenciales.
Marzo 27 'UP) El Genaul
Leslie R. Groves, quien dur..ir
ia gucria pasada fu jefe ce
los trabajos atmicos en les
Estados Unidos, llama
"Manhattan Project", declar
que "es tericamente poaible
producir una explosin atmica
sin usar uranio. Desde hace a-
os se ha reconocido que no
habra monopolio del conoci-
miento de la energa atmica".
WASHINGTON. Marzo 2ii
(UPi Los delegados a la reu-
nin de consulta de Cancilleres
Americanos asumieron una ac-
DAAIA INFERNALSaliendo del
escenario para asustar al pbli-
co, vemos a la joven de 18 aos,
.Vita Weiner. durante el Festival
de Arte de Chelsea en Londres,
con trinchante, cuernos y cola.
Para la playa..
de hombre
JUEGOS DE
COMBINACIN
(Cabana Sets)
Variados estilos y colores
de fantasa
"Jantaen" y
# "McGregor"
CAMISAS SPORT
# "Arrotc" y
"McGregor"
LA PARISIN
Avenida Central 113
LA
AVENA QUAKER
presenta
EL HIJO PERDIDO
Radiodrama escrito por VERA
FONTANELA, interpretado por
el cuadro de comedias de la
RED PANAMERICANA.
De lunes a viernes
de 3:30 a 3:45 p.m.
<
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la [Red Panamericana
titud reservada frente al anun-
cio de el Presidente Pern de
que los hombres de ciencia ar-
gentinos haban logrado pro-
ducir una explosin atmica.
Varios Cancilleres escucha-
ron con inters las noticias so-
bre el anuncio de Pern pero
declinaron hablar al respecto
Algunos miembros de las dc.e-
gaclones Latino Americanas se
mlstraron. en cambio, rauca-
mente escpticos
El Canciller de Colomo.a.
Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo se
enter del anuncio al abando-
nar el Departamento de Estado,
en donde habia conferenciado
con el Secretarlo Adjunto Ed-
ward Miller. "Para qu puede
Pern usarla?", pregunt el
Canciller sorprendido. Luego,
encogindose de hombros agre-
g: "Todos es posible bajo el
sol".
El Canciller del Uruguay Al-
berto Cmpora Domnguez es-
cuch a un peronista relatar ia
conferencia de prensa de Pern
pero se neg hacer declaracin
alguna.
Se inaugura nueva
tarifa de vuelos
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 27^,
(UP) La Pan American Air
ays inaugur lo que dijo ser
la "tarifa ms baja para vue-j
los de Itinerario en la histo-
ria".
La Junta de Aeronutica Ci-
vil prob la tarifa de 64 do-
lares una va de Nueva Yor
a Puerto Rico y vice-versa, ba-
jo la condicin que la Pan
American no d nada de co-
mida en este vuelo ni siquie-
ra caf.
Una tarifa parecido ser co-
brada por la Eastern Air Liner.
Desvanezco la Gordura
8! la cordura arruina u figura
hace que lenca dificultad par., respirar
y pono su alud an pellero, encontrar*
qua es fcil perder medio kilo por
da con el nuevo mtodo de Hollywood
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Cortinas de bao. 2 yds. 3.95 t
Cortinas de rayn y enea-
je ...................... 5-75
Sobrecamas de satin.....14.50 ,'* -T^*' _,
Pantallas grandes. 2 75 a 4.95
e Convoy para vinagre, ^-^t"*)'
salsa, pimienta, sal. t*^
aceite .............750 y 7.95
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AGINA CUATRO
It PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPEMDHNTt
i,. -- "
MARTES. MARZO 27. INI
La Asamblea de A huimos del
Instituto de Verano da su
respaldo al Doctor A. Cantn
" 8ANTIAGO, marzo 26 de 1951
- La asamblea general de a-
himnos del Inatltuto de Vera-
no, dl tcitamente su respal-
do al doctor Alfredo Cantn,
al aprobad en el pliego de as-
piraciones que cata Institucin
debia aer dependencia de la
Normal y por conalgulente el
director de ella deba firmar
los diploma*, tal como el doc-
tor Cantn haba manifestado
a los alumnos en presencia del
Ministro de Educacin. Tam-
bin se pronunci la asamblea
en el sentido de negar un ar-
ticulo en el sentido de que
se permitiera al Director de la
Normal supervigilar el Instituto
de Verano, respaldando en es-
to tambin al doctor Cantn.
La asamblea general acord
nombrar una comisin forma-
da por los seores Ral Gon-
zlez, Gilberto de Len, Rafael
C. Medina, Armando de Gracia,
Gregorla de la Espada y Ma-
nuela Moreno, para que solici-
ten al Ministro de Educacin y
al Presidente de la Repblica,
deje este punto claro. Con res-
pecto a las declaraciones del
lnlstro Salamin, se comenta a-
qui la posibilidad de que el
Di. Cantn renuncie la direc-
cin del Inatlttuo de Verano,
si no se mantiene el mismo
criterio en el sentido de que el
director de la Escuela Normal
firme los diplomas.
Corresponsal Cajar Escala
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Labor de revisin catastral
se eecta en el Interior
De acuerdo con la labor que
la Direccin del Catastro e Im-
puesto de Inmuebles viene des-
arrollando en el territorio na-
cional con el fin de obtener
datos concretos que permitan
la confeccin de nuevos catas-
tros de casas para la liquida-
cin de dicho Impuesto de In-
muebles, en las ciudades de Las
Tablas y Penonom se obtuvie-
ron los siguientes resultados:
Us Tablas:
Nuevas Inscripciones: 82 ca-
sas, con un valor gravable de
17 24,200.00.
Reavalos: 133 casas, con un
ialor gravable de 120,787.00.
.Diferencia gravable obtenida
> CTI casas 244,987.00.
. Total de los avalos y re-
gfralos asignados por la Co-
mlsln, 383,350.00.
Total de loa valores catastra-
les anteriores, 138,363.00.
Diferencia gravable obtenida:
i vase cuadro anterior): 244,-
087.00.
Penonom:
Nuevas inscripciones: 60 ca-
sas, con un valor gravable de
B. 115,500.00.
Reavalos: 179 casas, con un
valor gravable de 147,189.00.
Diferencia gravable obtenida
en 239 casas: 262,739.00.
Total de loa avalos y reava-
los asignados por la comisin:
601,000.00.
Total de los valores catas-
trales anteriores: 338,261.00.
Diferencia gravable obtenida:
i vase cuadro anterior) 262.-
739.00.
i
El Arte en T.S.C.W.
Al llegar a esta bella y a~o-
Edora tierra'del'Norte, he te-
uo una grata impresin Je!
Texas States College for Women
ti aves del magnifico Edificio
fc Arte y de algunas informa-
Sones sobre al arte aqu, de lo
rjtie me ocupar a continuacin
Con el gran deseo de que sir-
va de estimulo a aquella per-
sonas que sienten inters por
estas cosas y que no encontrai-
0o las oportunidades para su
estudio en nuestro pas, pueciem
unirse a nuestro grupo dirigido
por el Dr. William Campbell y
su seora, Dra. Caroline >1<
Campbell, de quienes estamos
muy agradecidas las 12 estu-
diantes panameas.
En un amplio, nuevo y mo-
dernamente equipado edificio.
14 miembros de la Facultad rip
Arte guian las clases, en as
cuales la personalidad e indi-
vidualidad de los estudiantes
reciben especial atencin.
Es grande la demanda de
tcnicos en este ramo egres?-
doa de T8CW., especiamlc.it
un diseo tipleo e ilustracin
de modas. Cada ao las g,a-
duanda.s de estas materias pa-
san directamente a formar patr-
ie de casas de modas en el jr-
oeste y en Nueva York.
TSCW da entrenamiento a
mujeres en el delicado arte de
pintura, escultura, e historia Je!
arte, como tambin perfeccio-
narse en diseo general y dtse-
no interior.
Para el Arte Educativo los es-
tudiantes tienen la oportuniufcd
de practicar en la escuela a-
nexa ai colegio, localizada cci-
C al edificio de arte-
CORRESPONSALES
oAJtum
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L BfcAl^-Srm. ObaTulla Ca.tr.ra.
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Como proyecto de los alum-
nos del IV ao, permanece en
Cote edificio, hasta hoy, una in-
teresante expresin del arte pr:-
r.iitlvo del Congo Belga, Atrita
Melanesia, Polonia, Indonesia y
tambin del Pacifico, NoroeUe y
Alaska, donde pueden ser ofre-
cidos curiosos e interesantes ob-
jetos autnticos del Africa y
Oceania. Ni siquiera Panam ha
dejado de ser representado en
esta exposicin, pues pudlinu'
experimentar la grata sorpresa
de encontrar en ellas objaios
que peitenecen a los indios de
Cocl y que muestran al mun-
do el arte de nuestra raza au-
tntica. Del Arte Moderno pue-
den ser apreciado valiosas fin-
Luas especialmente del Museo
c Nueva York.
Estos son breves comentai.es
que apenas si dan una idea r-
pida de la realidad le Arte en
esta Universidad, pero confio
en que sern suficiente para
llevar mi voz de aliento y mi
palabra de estimulo hasta a-
quellos que arran una de las
expresiones ms sublimes de la
mente humana: el arte-
Viola Lpez C.
Dentn, Texas 15 de Marzo ce
1651.
En La Sardlnllla
desean que se les
construya escuela
Para su publicacin se nos ha
trado copla del siguiente me-
morial :
Sardlnllla, febrero 12 de 1951.
Excmo. seor
Ministro de Educacin,
E.3.D.
Seor Ministro:
Los que firmamos esta soli-
citud, vecinos todos de Sardl-
nllla, Corregimiento de San
Juan. Distrito de Coln, respe-
tuosamente le pedimos que el
Ministerio a su digno cargo es-
tablezca una escuela para nues-
tros hijos en nuestro vecinda-
rio, en el cual hay actualmen\
te ms de 40 nios de edad
escolar privados de los benefi-
cios de la educacin por en-
contrarse muy lejos las escue-
las.
Acogidos a la Ley del Pa-
trimonio Familiar hemos con-
seguido tierra para nuestros
cultivos en esta regln y esta
es la razn por la cual aban-
donamos nuestras v 1 v i e n das
construidas en tierras ajenas
que nos fueron pedidas en las
inmediaciones de la carretera
transstmica y hemos venido
aqui a colonizar esta tierra vir-
gen. Queremos que nuestros hi-
jos no sean privados de asis-
tir a la escuela y le rogamos
que se abra una escuela para
ellos en Sardlnllla y se nombre
una maestra para atenderla.
Para facilitar el estableci-
miento de esta escuela, nos-
otros construiremos una casa
de palma, humilde como las
nuestras para la escuela y otra
Dar la maestra, y dotaremos
la escuela de bancas rsticas
hechas de troncos de rboles
hasta que sea posible dotarla
de mejores facilidades.
Con la esperanza de que
nuestra justa peticin sea -
tendida, nos suscribimos de us-
ted atentos servidores,
Anastasio Gonzlez, Catalina
Gonzlez, Esteban Gonzlez, E-
leuterio Moran, (alimaa Mo-
ran. Aquilino Moran, y siguen
muchas firmas.
OBRAS PUBLICAS EN SAN FRANCISCO -Est ado en que se encuentran las obras Publicas
qu adelanta la actual administracin en San Francisco, Provincia de Veraguas. Puede ob-
servarse la estructura de la Escuela Pblica de San Francisco y las obras de reparacin que
solevan a bo en la Itlesia del lugar, joya histrica y artstica de enorme valor ideclarada
monumento nacional y para cuya reconstruccin y mantenimiento el Gobierno ha votado una
partida apreclable de dinero. ^_____________________
Hace explicacin Hacienda
sobre los terrenos baldos
Comunicado a la Prensa
Con motivo de la expedicin
de leyes durante el mes pa-
sado por la Asamblea Nacional
con respecto a tierras baldas,
este Ministerio cree convenien-
te hacer resaltar por la pren-
sa al pblico interesado y a
loa agrimensores, ciertos aspec-
tos de las mismas:
lo. La Ley 25 de 19 de
febrero de 1951. por la cual
se establece una zona de te-
rrenos nacionales a lo largo de
las mrgenes de las carreteras
y se reglamenta su uso y ad-
judicacin, i Gaceta Oficial
11433 de l de marzo de 1951)
declara lnadjudlcable una fa-
ja de 19 kmetros de ancho
a lo largo de las carreteras en
construccin o en proyecto; al
mismo tiempo autoriza-al Go-
bierno para expropiar las tie-
rras de propiedad particular
no explotadas dentro de la
misma zona en el caso de las
carreteras ya construidas. Esta
disposicin, pues, obliga a los
agrimensores que hagan men-
suras de terrenos dentro de ev
tas condiciones a anotar tal
circunstancia de ubicacin en
el plano correspondiente.
2o. La ley 2 de 71 de fe-
brero, por la cual se dictan me-
didas sobre adjudicacin de
tierras nacionales (Gaceta Ofi-
cial 11428 de 3 de marzo de
1951). establece una tarifa es-
calonada para las tierras bal-
das; y permite transformar en
ttulo de dominio por compra
los ttulos gratuitos.
3o.La Ley No. 8 de 26 de
enero de 1951 por la cual se
reforma el Artculo 202 del C-
digo Fiscal y se toman me-
didas de carcter fiscal (Gaceta
No. 1412 de 12 de febrero de
1951), en su articulo 2o. mo-
difica la disposicin del De-
El fallecimiento
de Adn Delgado
es muy lamentado
COLON, marzo 26. (RCSK
Honda conmocin ha causado
en la Costa Abajo la muerte
del seor Adn Delgado. Por
Informe llagado a EL PANAMA
AMERICA el aludido seor es-
tuvo toda la maana del s-
bado en una ria de gallos,
en la cual, l tena participa-
cin. Pero en la noche del mis-
mo dia falleci repentinamen-
te; se presume que su muerte
se deba a causas naturales,
ya que el anciano Adn, como
comunmente se le llamaba, era
persona muy apreciada por to-
do el que lo trataba y donde
nunca lleg a tener enemigos
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
creto No. 35 de 1928 que exiga
al Agricultor solicitar permiso
del Gobernador respectivo para
efectuar una mensura, en el
sentido de obligar al Agrimen-
sor a avisar con 10 das de an-
ticipacin por lo menos que va
a efectuar la mensura, con es-
pecificacin del lugar, los co-
lindantes, cabida aproximada y
cualquier otro dato que permi-
ta su fcil Identificacin.
Tal aviso ha de formularse,
segn el ordinal lo. del artcu-
lo 2o. de la Ley 49 de 1946, en
papel sellado, salvo los casos
de solicitudes a titulo gratui-
to. Las mismas condiciones de-
ben llenarse para las mensuras
de terrenos cuyo arrendamien-
to ha de solicitarse a la Na-
cin.
4o. El Decreto No. 543 de
3 de febrero de 1951, por el
cual se adiciona el Decreto No.
36 de 22 de marzo de 1938 (Ga-
ceta Oficial 11426 de 28 de fe-
brero de 1951), exige a los
Agrimensores hacer constar en
el iniorme que acompaa a la
mensura declaracin en el sen-
tido de que se ha sealado con
monumentos permanentes 1 o s
vrtices del polgono medido.
A este respecto precisa ob-
servar que en los casos en que
existan postes slidos o rbo-
les que marquen esos vrtices,
no precisa reemplazarlos por
varillas o tubos de hierro en-
castrados en hormign, s di-
chos postes son conveniente-
mente descritos en dicho pla-
no, para su identificacin.
Eric Hunibrr.
Secretarlo del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro.
Nombran mdico
para atender
Unidad de Pes
Para atender la Unidad Sani-
laiia de Pes y a la vez las po-
blaciones de Los Pozos y L3
Minas acaba de ser nombrado
por ei Ministerio de Previsin
Social el distinguido mdico es-
paol-madrileo Dr. Jos M.
Reverte. El nombramiento de
este distinguido mdico ha loo
muy bien recibido en Pes, ya
que viene a llenar una de .as
necesidades por largo tiempo,
sentida. Dado lo urgente de un
mdico en Pes, es de espetar-
se que todo el pueblo le brlnft
la cooperacin necesaria pura
que su labor se haga sentir en
todo el sector bajo su direccin.
Esperamos que el Dr Reve ,
que al mismo tiempo es un e-
ciucador, reciba la cooperacin
del Sr. Alcalde del Distrito. o:l
Inspector de Educacin y a]
Magisterio y de la Asociacin
Cvica "Pes Unida".
Piel Que Pica
Cicatrizada por el Nueve
Descubrimiento
Ru piel tien cerca de 50 mllIonM d
diminutos poron y an-ura en donde
se alojan los grmenes y causan una
terrible comeson y ardor, grietas, rap*
clones da la piel, eccema, piel sea*
moia, acn, espinillas, barros, come*
*n de loa pies y otros males. Loa tra-
tamientos ordinarios producen nica*
mente alivio temporal porque no ma-
tan loa grmenes caucantes del mal.
Kl nuevo descubrimiento N.xodtrm
mata loa grmenes en poco* mlnutoa
y dejar, su cutis limpio, suave y
atractivo en una semana. Pida hoy
n la botica Nlxedirm para eliminar
la vsrdadara causa da las enfermeda-
des cu-
tneas.
la Mal
Dictan resolucin
por la muerte del
Dr. G. Amador
Para su publicacin se nos
ha enviado copia de la si-
guiente Resolucin:
Acuerdo No. 21
Por la cual se honra la me-
moria del seor don Gustavo
Adolfo Amador Garca. .
El Segundo Tribunal Superior
del Primer Distrito Judicial
CONSIDERANDO:
lo. Que el da diez y nue-
ve de los corrientes, falleci en
la ciudad de Santir.go de Ve-
raguas don Oustavo Adolfo A-
mador Garca, quien form
parte de la rama Jurisdiccio-
nal del rgano Judicial de la
Repblica.
2o. Que el extinto Ama-
dor Garca, ltimamente des-
empe el cargo de Magistra-
do titular del extinguido Se-
gundo Tribunal Superior, hoy
Tercero, luego de haber des-
empeado con lucimiento los
cargos de Secretario y Juez 2o.
del Circuito de lo Civil de Pa-
nam.
3o. Que en el ejercicio fo-
rense y en las funciones ad-
ministrativas que desempe el
expresado seor Amador Gar-
ca, entre las ltimas, la de
jefe de la Seccin Segunda de
la antigua Secretaria de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, se distingui
como conocedor del derecho y
servidor de relevantes virtudes
pblicas y privadas.
4o, Que en los diversos
cargos que el finado ejerci en
la Administracin Pblica, dio
siempre renovadas pruebas -de
su singular Inteligencia, auste-
ridad, rectitud, consagracin y
probidad ejemplares.
5o. Que muri en estado
de relativa pobreza, acogido al
amparo de una modesta pen-
sin de retiro a ttulo de jubi-
lacin estatal, que es como
mueren o fallecen la mayora
de los funcionarios de la ra-
ma jurisdiccional del rgano
Judicial, que practican con in-
tegral conviccin el hermoso
'lema de moral forense: "Justi-
cia Sin Prevaricacin".
ACUERDA:
Lamentar sinceramente el fa-
llecimiento del destacado ser-
vidor del rgano Judicial, don
Gustavo Adolfo Amador Oarca.
Exaltar sus virtudes como e-
jemplo eficaz para todos los
funcionarlos del rgano Judi-
cial de la Repblica.
Ordenar que copia de este
Acuerdo sea publicado en el
"Registro Judicial" y en la
prensa local, y que se pase co-
pia, con firmas autgrafas del
mismo y con nota de estilo, a
los deudos del antiguo compa-
ero desaparecido.
Dado en Panam, Capital de
la Repblica, los veinte das
del mes de marzo de mil no-
vecientos cincuenta y uno.
El Presidente,
(fdo.) J. A. Pretelt.
El Vlce-Pdte. Interino.
(fdo.) Carlos Guevara.
El Magistrado,
(fdo.) Rubn C. Mir.
El Secretario,
(fdo.) Carlos Peres C.
Es fiel copla.
Panam, marzo 26 de 1051.
Carlos Peres'C,
Secretarlo.
HORIZONTALES:
1Mucho.
4Proyectiles.
9Hijo de No. ,
12Del verbo unir, Inv.
13Musa de la elega.
14Del verbo arar.
15Natural de Roma.
17Naturales de Irn.
19Emplee.
20Puesta de los astros.
21Parecido al serafn.
24Cocinar en seco.
27En el mar, Inv.
28Enfado, clera.
29Desage de las embarca-
clones.
30Caso de pronombre.
31Piedra semlpreclosa.
33Existe.
34Hace su nido.
36Terminacin de dlminu*'-'o.
37Circulo o redondel.
38Del verbo sacar.
39Que no causa dolo.
41Del verbo abonar.
43Terminacin de diminutivo.
44Desconfianza.
4Patos.
49Propietario.
50Cerro en medio de un valle
52Alga filamentosa.
53Posesivo, Pl.
54Plores.
55Cloruro de sodio.
lOcano.
2La unidad.
3Valle de Cuba.
4Beneficiosa.
5Del verbo arar.
6Nota musical.
7Parte superior de un
edificio.
RRedondeles rgidos, Inv.
9Que tiene el cabello blanca
10Igual al 37 horizontal.
11El ao tiene doce.
16Agarradera.
18Del verbo asar.
20Instrumento musical.
21Recibidores.
22Nombre de mujer.
23Marchar.
25Parte que sobresale de los
tejados.
26Soldados.
29Relativo a los nades, Pl.
31Ladrillo de fango y agua
32Terminacin de diminutivo.
35Prutas tropicales.
37Polos o terminales elctrico!
39Tomo notas.
40Ciudad del Per.
42Sensacin del olfato.
44Igualdad de nivel.
45Ave australiana.
46Altar.
47La primera mujer.
48Igual al 55 horizontal.
51Del verbo ser.
SOLUCIN O ATER
aiiran hh'.i nntin
UMMU HMlil l-K4l;!U
Maestras panameas en Danton
El da en que el Dr. Campad!
nos dl a conocer la Invitacin
muy galante hecha por el Club
rtlwanis de Dentn para Mtittt
al acto anual que este presen-
ta con fines de beneficencia,
quedamos grandemente impre-
sionadas.
Dicho acto reviste cierta so-
lemnidad ya que son presenta-
dos los actlstas que han obte-
nido los mayores xitos duran-
te el ao.
El grupo formado por Mr. y
Mrs. Campbell. Integrado pjr
doce maestras del interior y
que son alumnas de la Univer-
sidad de Panam, se present al
North Texas States College a
picsenclar el acto el dia 22 de
Febrero. La actuacin se i.l-
elo a las 8:15 y termin exac-
tamente a las 10:15 ante nu-
merosa concurrencia.
Hubo canciones preciosas qua
merecieron el aplauso unnime
nmero de equilibrio por artis-
tas famosos que nos deja: on
impresionadas con sus baoiil-
dades y nos hicieron vivir mo-
mentos de intensa emocin, un
grupo de cmicos que hlcleoa
las delicias del pblico. Filial-
mente, los bailarines que Bjenal-
taron las mas variadas y arts-
ticas danzas no fueron meaos
admirados y aplaudidos
Fuimos invitadas por este el 'b
a presentar el prximo ano
nuestros bailes tpicos (tam'jj-
tito. cumblas, ecti.
El prximo ao posiblemente
6er mayor el grupo que este
ao ha aprovechado la mag-
nfica oportunidad que nos
brind el Texas State Colics
lor Women y' la acogida van
familiar que nos han ofrecido
gracias a las desinteresadas y
valiosas diligencias de los Drs.
Campbell.
Dentn 5 de Marzo 1951
Nixoderm
Para Desrdenes rfi
SE SIENTE
INCOMODO
DESPUS
DE COMER?
P^t
Cuando sienta incomo-
didad, dolor de cabeza, o
nusea despus de haber comido
con exceso, tome inmediaumenie Alka-Sellzer. Una"
o dos tabletas en un vaso de agua. Tras la eftr-
xescencia. beba la refrescante y agradable solucin.
Para mayor alivio, reptalo cuantas veces lo crea
necesario.
Alka-Seluer es de JobU accin. Por ser alcalino
neutraliza el exceso de acidez g.cunca. Por ser
analgsico alivia el dolor de cabeza.
Aika-Seltzer no es laxante, se puede tomar a cual- C""pUn*'a,H"0 '
quier hora. Tenga siempre a mano Allta-Seluer. a tutx j." > i^>uu
AlkaSeltzer lo toman a diario millones do ptrsaaas. Tmelo Ud. tambin.
Alka-Seltzer
MUS LABORATORIf S INC EIKHART IND E. U A.
no se apodera
de la calle al
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MARTES. MARZO 27, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINC*
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
\eaaccn Social
Telfono S-31M
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
BORAS: 8:W a 10:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Para Sur Amrica
Despedimos atentamente a e
E. el Embajador del Per y De-
cano del Cuerpo Diplomtico,
seor Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos,
quien sigue hoy hacia Lima por
la via area.
Participacin de Matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio de la seo-
rita Loida Vleto, hija del sear
Ezequiel Vleto O. y seora Vir-
ginia G. de Vleto, con el caba-
llero talo Humberto Consolanl
L, acto Que se verificar el mir-
coles 38 del presente a las 6 de
la tarde en la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey.
Para Chile
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitando
a sus familiares, regres hoy a
Santiago la seora Rosita Prie-
to de Vivado acompaada de su
hija seorita .Maruja Vivado.
Las despedimos cordlalmente.
D Costa Rica
Presentamos un cordial saludo
le bienvenida a la seora An-
Alivio y prevencin da <
SUFRIMIENTOS
miomos
Contra los tufrimirntoa que an-
utan a tantai seoras y seoritas
m cierto* das, debe usarse un re-
asedio que no llo alivie el dolor t
snalcitar tino que tambin contri.
buya al buen funeionamiento del
j arganimo. Para no est indicado d
Regulador Geiteira que hace mucha
sien al organima, ejerciendo un
afecto descongestivo," tnico y regu-
lador. Alivia pronto y previene
tos dolores, la tensin nerviosa Mros ma'eitarei. El afamado not
au excelentes resultados contra las
.ongestonea y desarreglos funciona-
1st del organismo femenino. Prueba
Ud. este remedio cientfico y d*
resultados comprobados. Lbrese da
caos ufrimiento!
gela F. da Ouardia, quien regre-
j de San Jos tn donde pas
varias semanas.
De Venezuela
Grata atadla le deseamos al
seor Hartford Bealer, quien
acompaado de su hija Nancy,
se encuentra en Panam en
donde pasar una corta tempo-
rada husped del Mayor Walter
B. Russell y seora en Fort
Clayton.
Del Interior
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en Boquete se en-
cuentran de nuevo en la capital
el seor Mario Gallndo y seora
Marta Teresa M. de Gallndo y
sus hijas seoritas Mara Tere-
sa y Malvina Gallndo.
Al seor Samuel Lewis y se-
ora Lupita C. de Lewis y la
seora Adela C. de Sosa y Ma-
ra Ehrman regresaron de Bo-
quete en donde pasaron varios
das en el Hotel Panamonte.
Tambin se encuentran de
regreso del Boquete el Dr. J. J.
Vallarlno y seora Isabel E. de
Vallarlno.
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en El Valle st en-
cuentran de nuevo en la capital
el seor Octavio Mndez O y
seora Marina P. de Mndez
acompaados de sus nios.
mejora de la seora Marcela
L. de Haseth, quien durante
varios dip- guard cama en
su residencia.
Despus de haber pasado
varios das recluida en au re-
sidencia, se encuentra com-
pletamente restablecida la se-
orita Maritza Urlbe Arango.
Nos alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos al
completo restablecimiento del
hio Eduardo Antonio Lewis Na-
varro.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Matilde A. de Palomo
Seora Lola C. de Tapia.
Seor Vasco Arosemena
Seor Rogelio Daz.
Seor Carlos Jaramlllo S.
Seor Rogelio Icaza
Seor Richard D. Prescott
Joven Juan Gilberto Puer-
ta Gmez.
i Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Cecilia C. de Levy
Seora Lisa M. de Vallarlno
Seor Carlos Enrique Mouynes
Sociales de Coln
Por JDITB BERTONCINI
Te) 432 Aptdo 104
Regresaron de El Valle en
donde pasaron los dias Santos
en compaa de sus nios el
seor Adolfo Arias Jr. y seora
Susana L. de Arlas.
Regresaron tambin de El Va-
lle en donde pasaron varios das
de descanso el seor Arlstldes
Romero Jr. y seora Ana Gloria
S. de Romero.^
r
REGULADOR
Gesteira
. Frmula del Dr. J. Geatdra
Se encuentra de nuevo en la
capital, despus de haber pasa-
do varios dias en Santa Clara
el seor Juan Eskiidsen y seo-
ra Elmlra Mara A. de Eskiidsen
y sus nios, el seor Julio Igna-
cio Alemn y seora Irene A. de
Alemn y sus nios y el seor
Jos F. Oller y seora diga Z.
de Oller.
Regresaron de Las Tablas en
donde pasaron una corta tempo-
rada el seor Camilo Porras y
seora Rosita de Porras y el se-
or Jaime de la Guardia Jr. y
seora Rosemary P. de la Guar-
dia.
Felicitaciones ..........
> El 24 de los corrientes celebr
; sus natales la nia Olga Virgi-
nia Snchez, hija del seor Juan
! B. Snchez y seora Virginia de
| Snchez. Hasta Changulnola le
! hacemos llegar nuestras fellcl-
i aciones aunque algo tarde.
El 23 de los corrientes sum
un ao ms de vida la seora
Angela de Forte, esposa del s-
or Ernesto Forte. Con tal mo-
tivo nos place saludarla.
Cumpleaos de Ayer
En el da de ayer se vl feli-
citado con motivo de festejar
su onomstico el seor Eduardo
Eloy Jan. A las muchas con-
gratulaciones que haya recibido
unimos las nuestras cordiales.
Cumpli ayer un ao ms de
vida la niftlta Candelaria Joly,
hija del seor Adalberto Joly y
seora. Le deseamos a la peque-
a Candelaria muchos aos ms
de vida.
Descubren complol
para asesinar a
un gobernador
TEHERAN, marzo 27. (UP>.
Fuentes policiales dijeron que
habian descubierto un complot
para asesinar al General Abdul
Hussein Hejazi, Gobernador Mi-
litar de Tehern, y que se han
hecho cuatro arrestos.
Los cuatro hombres arrestados
confesaron que pertecen a la
secta religiosa-poltica Fldayan
Isln (Devotos de Islam), cuyos
miembros ya han asesinado al
Premier Alt Razmara y el ex-
Ministro de Educacin Hamld
Zanganeh. Zanganen muri ayer
de las heridas recibidas la sema-
na pasada cuando un estudian-
te le hizo varios disparos.
Las fuentes policiales dijeron
que los cuatro que planeaban
asesinar a Hejazi fueron arres-
tados bajo sospecha, ayer mien-
tras se encontraban rondando el
cuartel de Polica y se les en-
contr pistolas cargadas. Cuan-
do se les interrog confesaron
que estaban planeando asesinar
a Hejazi.
Las mismas fuentes dijeron
que otros siete miembros del Fl-
dayan Islam fueron arrestados
el sbado en la noche durante
un tiroteo con la Polica. La sec
ta dijo que Razmara y Zanga-
neh haban sido asesinados por
que se opusieron a la nacionali-
zacin del petrleo de Irn. Tam
bln amenazaron con cometer
otros asesinatos del os que se
opusieron a la nacionalizacin.
El asesinato de Hejazi se ha-
ba planeado porque ste habla
Implantado la Ley Marcial des-
pus de los disparos a Zanga-
neh.
El Dr. Galnza Paz
est dedicado
a la cacera
CUMPLE ARO" HOY
Aniversario le Matrimonio
Enviamos nuestras felicita-
clones al seor Evaristo Senz
y seera Maria P. de Senz,
quienes celebraron ayer el
noveno aniversario de su ma-
trimonio.
Restablecidos
Anotamos complacidos la
MONTEVIDEO, Marzo 27 (UP)
El Director de La Prensa
Alberto Galnza Paa permanece
en la estancia Anchorena, man-
teniendo el propsito de no for-
mular declaraciones a los oe-
nodlstas.
Oainza Paz recibi hoy nu-
merosos amistades y deaic
buena parte del dia a cazar
TELEFONO 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG'
Calle a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Directora Prop.
Matrimonio
Contrajeron matrimonio l do-
mingo en la Catedral el seor
Alcldes A. Alcazar y la seorita
Hilda Salza. Nuestras felicita-
ciones a esta hueva pareja.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Nuestras congratulaciones ha-
cemos llegar a la seora doa
Emilia de Morales en la fecha de
sus natales que celebra hoy
martes.
Tambin cumple hoy un ao
ms de vida la seora doa Ma-
ry Walker de Sasso. Le hacemos
llegar nuestras cordiales y sin-
ceras felicitaciones.
Sabe mejor!
I
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
1-4
Despedida de Soltera
Fu objeto de una "despedida
de soltera"* la seorita Anlta I.
Donado, quien contraer matri-
monio el 31 del presente mes
ron el joven costarricense seor
Francisco Mata A.
El agasajo fu ofrecido por la
seora Olga de Diego de Herrn
en su residencia el domingo de
4 a 6 p.m.
Asistieron a la despedida de
soltera adems de la seorita
Donado las siguientes seoras:
Llborla de Donado, Clementina
de Hart, Cristina M. Amador.
Mara de Senz, Julieta de Lam,
Raquel de Muschett, Hermisen-
da de Lancaster. Ella t'e Barcia,
Carmela Mndez, Cristina de
Simmons, Sara de Quintero, Ro-
sa de Mendoza, Ida de Chad-
wlck, Nena de Mojlca Felipa de
Tom, Mlrtlla de Beliz, Sabina de
Garca, Monzerrat de Can asco,
Olga M. de Eckw, Amanda de
Limpio, Berta de Ruiz, Hazel de
Morales, Delia de Cruz, Marina
Doria, Dora de seixas Esilda de
de Diego. Teresita de Garca y
las seoritas Yolanda Magdale-
nas a la Pau.na . Col. 1)
NUEVA ORLEANS. Marzo 27
iUFi Jos Dutriz y su her-
mano Rodolfo, propietarios d*
La Prensa Grfica" de el Sal-
vador, declararon que todos los
peridicos Latino Americanos
estn respaldando "moralmcntc
a La Prensa de Buenos Aire.,.
Jos Dutriz dijo que es "ami-
go" dcl.Dr. Alberto Guian P*'-
Agieg que su peridico ha o-
decido a La Prensa sus colum-
nas si las necesita para hue r
or su voz. "La Prensa tiene el
apoyo moral de todos los pe-
ridicos Latino Americanos"
UN MUNDO CONTRA EL POLIO-Ante una mesa de conferencias, igual que los dejnae edad el-
las Naciones Unidas, estos nios de dies pases se renen para honrar a Larry MoKentie. qu en a-
parece en los carteles de la Marcha de los Die. Centavos, Larry, de po*+**.SSgZ
una estampilla de Tokio, donada por la Sra. de Roosevelt, esposa del ex-Presldente quien fundo la
Institucin, de la Marcha de los Diez Centavos. _________^__________________________________
gran escala, an ante el peli-
gro de ataques areos desde la
China continental. Dijo: "El
bloqueo del futuro ser, sin lu-
gar a dudas, una combinacin
de esfuerzos areos y navales'.
El partido rojo
es la amenaza
de Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, marzo 27. P.)El Director del Bur Fede-
ral de Investigaciones (FBI) J.
Edgar Hoover declar en en-
trevista con la revista 'United
States News and World Report"
que "la amenaza ms grande"
a los Estados Unidos es "El Par-
tido Comunista de los Estados
Unidos y sus simpatizantes."
Dijo que los rojos "estn ex-
cesivamente activos" y admiti
que 'ellos prefieren que Mosc,
en lugar de Washington, gobier-
ne a Estados Unidos.
Hoover dijo tambin que los
rojos estn actuando en forma
subterrnea y que no confian
las comunicaciones regulares, si-
no que envan "correos de dis-
trito a distrito por palabra y en
esta forma pasan las rdenes
del partido".
'El objetivo principal es evi-
tar la Interrupcin de nuestro
programa de movilizacin. Debe-
mos tomar todo.*, los pasos pre-
ventlvos posibles para salva-
SIGA
MI CONSEJO!
Par librarse da un catarro,
uae BROMO QUININA
GROVE! Millonea que sufren
da retinados han encontrado
pronto y deciaivo alivio to-
mando Bromo Quinina Grovo
al primar signo da resfriado.
Calma el dolor de cabesa, re-
duc la fiebre y acida como
uae lasante. Pronto laa
victima gozarn de franca
asajoria. In.iiu en la legtima
MOMO QUININA
SOLO LA NUEVA LE PROPORCIONA
. C&00& SL_h ODO ROO ** r#" ESTAS
el ilbiuili,mte efic.i/ ' \fc VENTAJAS
1 Detiene rpidamente, sin 5 No mancha ni daa la
peligro, el sudor. ropa.
2 Hace desaparecer inmedia- Nunca se seca ni se pone
arenosa, como lo* deaodo-
tamente < olor del sudor.
3 Le ofrece completa pro
teccin de uno a tres das.
4 No irrita la piel normal
puede usarla a diario.
rentes ordinarios.
7 To es grasosa, se desvanece
como "cold cream".
MiUontt it mujtru usan conlaititimu la
Bloqueo contra la
China roja puede
hacerse efectivo
TOKIO, marzo 27. (UP).
El vice-Almlrante Arthur De-
wey Struble. Comandante de la
7a. Flota Americana, dijo que
las fuerzas navales norteame-
ricanas en el Lejano Oriente
estn capacitadas para llevar
a cabo un bloqueo efectivo de
la China Comunista "si tal de-
cisin fuera acordada por nues-
tro Gobierno".
8truble dijo que la 7a. Flo-
ta es ahora cinco Veces mas
poderosa que cuando comen-
zaron las hostilidades en Co-
rea.
Aunque Struble no dio a en-
tender que tal bloqueo era In-
minente, dijo en la conferencia
de prensa que se senta con-
fiado que sus barcos y aviones
podan imponer un bloqueo en
i"
guardar nuestro poderlo de pro-
| duccin para el caso que nos
I enfrentemos a una grave emer-
gencia nacional", termin di-
ciendo Hoovrr.
Engalanamos esta columna
con la fotografa del simptico
nilto Carlos Augusto Carbonell,
ouien en el dia de hoy cumple
dos aos.
Por ese motivo, sus padres, los
aprecame* esposos, seora doa
Victoria Gascn de Carbonell y
seor Celso A. Carbonell, Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas, se en-
cuentran de plcemes, pues C-
sar Augusto ha sabido gran-
jearse el cario paternal con SU
gracia y simpata.
Varios amlguitos del pequeo
Carlos han sido Invitados a su
residencia de Calle 52 No. 3,
p;.ra celebrar con una flesteclta
esta fecha. Que cumpla muchoi
ms son nuestros deseos.

GOCE UN MERECIDO DESCANSO!
DESPUS DE UN DIA DE DURO TRABAJO
EN UN COMODISIMO
LOUNGE
ACABAMOS DE RECIBIR MUY POCOS!
MJBLERIfl
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE21E..1*TEL^2-1830
UN REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
/^ ESTAS
( UCrtARASmOOSAS
V. TINEN TANTOS USOS
18% CM
dt
tamao
3ef
GRATISI Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin d Scott contenitndo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos coloree. Y entonces d a
tu familia todos lot diss este tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitaminas y pre-
narado cientficamente. Es recomen-
dado por muchos mdicos. Pronto
Ud. ver a su familia ms fuerte y o
mejor salud..
. Tonteo Alimenticio de Alta Energa
Secretario General de ONU Vitita Amrica Latin*
El Presidente de Chile, Excme. Soar Gabriel Gomales Vidala
(de pi a la derecha), d la bienvenida al Secretarlo General to
las Naciones Unldaa, Sefcor Trjgre Lia (de pi a la iaauierda), ta
la sesin inaugural dei Consejo Econmico y Social, relabrada et>
Santiago de Chile. Sentado al centra aparte al Embajador Sano
Hernn Santa Crui, delegado permanente de Chile anta laa
paciones Unidas y Presidente del Conseje Economice 7 Sedal.
Jf (ted1* neontatn ssfps obroto pvli*
i Son tonmicos y muy ttM * hacar!
Son econmicos y muy
1 f /
Ni el ms caro brilla ms que CUTEX
Convierta tua uas en relucientes "joyas" naturales
esmaltndolas con Culex. Ni aun los esmaltes ms
caros ton tuperioret a Cutex.
Porque Cutex contiene "enamelon", nuevo y
maravilloso ingrediente, exclusivo de Cutex, que
conserva el brillo inalterable, bellsimo, por diat y
diat, y hace que no te agriete, te desprenda o te
descolore. Modernsimo matices.
Adquiera mano de prinrrta eon CUTEX. Compre boy

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Kl i-smalle para uas ms popular del mundo


FAGINA SF.I8
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
.. rrlARTES, MARZO 87, 1951
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Oeste No. 29. Para mis informes
dirjase all mismo.
"Muy oportuno
dos huy en la cuarta reunion
de consulta por el Presidente
Truman y por el Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores del Bras.,
ponen en manifiesto el alto es-
pritu de cooperacin con iiai
se Inicia y dentro del cual ha-
br que desarrollarse la presen-
te reunin, llamada a contri-
buir eficazmente en pro de
bolldaridad defensiva de la co-
munidad de naciones ameri-
canas' .
El Canciller del Brasil, Joao
Neves Da Fontoura dijo ojie el
discurso de Truman en la I-
iiauguracin de,la Conference
ce Cancilleres Americanos era
"una perfecta sntesis de la ac-
tual situacin mundial".
Gonzalo Restrepo Jara,.i.o
Ministro de Colombia dijo:
"Pienso que el dlscuro del Pi,-
sidente fu constructivo muy
bueno"-
Programa de tres
buscar la manera de evitar la
distribucin injustada e Incon-
trolada de los sacrificios a que
nuestros pueblos se encaran".
Acheson le pidi a los Can-
cilleres: li Acordar las medidas
que faciliten a la Junta de De-
fensa nter-Americana preparar
"en el menor tiempo posible 'a
delensa coordinada del hemisfe-
rio". 2) Buscar las formas v ma-
nera de mejorar las medidas rie
seguridad interna en cada pas
para detener "el uso de la sub-
versin v otras formas indirec-
tas de agresin del movimiento
comunista internacional". Al
mismo tiempo dijo que es Igual-
mente imuortante que las na-
ciones individuales tomen me-
didas para fortalecer sus Insti-
tuciones democrticas. 3> Aunar
Isa fuerzas econmicas del con-
tinente 'a travs de nuestra co-
munidad econmica".
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SE ALQUILA
Apartamento
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia, para dormir en la casa.
Familia pequea. Intil presentarse
sin recomendaciones. Calle 52 Es-
te. No. 15.
SE NECESITA:Planchodoro. Aveni-
da Ecuador 26, frente Legacin
Inglesa.
SE NECESITA: Muchocha para
atender una persona. Avenida An-
cn, coso 86 Apto. No. 5.
SE NECESITAEmpleada pora oficios
domsticos para hacerse cargo de
uno casa de familia, debe presen-
tarse con buenas referencias. Ocu-
rra a Calle del Estudiante No. I 40
Tel. 2-4022 de 7:00 a. m. a 9:00
o. m. c de 3 :30 p. m. en odelan-
te.
SE VENDE:Chevrolet 1949 Sedan
4 puertas, millaje bajo, derecho
pagado. Tels. 3-1289, 3-1818.
Cristobal.
SE VENDE:Willys Panel
ltimo modelo, nuevo.
plocns y seguro contra todo riesgo
pagos. B 1.950.00. Garage Zappi.
Colle 17 Oeste No. 78. Ponomi.
SE NECESITAEmpleodo paro tra-
baje en general que sepa planchar,
paro dos personas, hoy que dormir
en la casa. Calle 46 No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Una cocinera que se-
pa cocinar. Calle B No. 12, altos.
Ponomi.
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrodo inde-
pendiente. No. 4. calle lo. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitories, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILAN:2 apartamentos, B.
50.00 y H.60.00. Jernimo de la
Ossa No. 10. informes Tel. 2-0364
(oficina Gelabertl.
CUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento, en
calle 12 Oeste No. 5, con sola-
comedor, y una recmara. Informes,
colle 1. Perejil No. 18.
ALQUILASEApartamento muv c-
modo, moderno, con garage, etc.
casa 5. calle la. Perejil. Llame
telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de uno recmara, salo, cocina,
servicio sanitario, en Avenida Ti-
voli, opuesta ol Correo de Ancn.
Llame al "Tivoli Travel Agency",
telfono 2-0465, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Moderno y ventilado
apartamento: Sala comedor, dos re-
cimaras, dos servicios, cocina, la-
vandera, garage y amplios balco-
nes. Edificio "El Pondo", Colla 52
No. .Bello Visto. Informes en los
telfono 2-1109 y 3-1504.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble de 30 a 40 aos, poro aten-
der a tres personas. Debe saber co-
cinar; dormir en el empleo. Buen
sueldo, buen troto. Traiga referen-
cias. Calle 47 No. 26 tltimo ca-
so.)
SE NECESITA:-
Acuda Calle
ment 2.
Carguera panameo.
48 No. 2, aparto-
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento pora pa-
reja o familia pequea. Absoluta-
mente independiente. Calle 15 Son
Francisco No. 3; informacin tel-
fono 2-3239 de 7 a. m. a II a.
m. y de I p. m. a 3 p. m. Se exi-
gen referencias. Lugar cntrico con
varias lneas buses y chivos al
frente. Casa como nuevo.
SE ALQUILA:Pora familia pequea,
aportamento dos recmaras, cocino,
servicios independientes, parada
autobus, B.40.00, esquina Calle 3a.
con Avenida 5a. San Francisco. 2-
2346.
LECCIONES
S.E NECESITA:Empleada pora of i- .
cios domsticos. Debe dormir en el Aprendo ingls en corto tiempo por
empleo. Calle 50 Este No. 48.
Delivery,
derechos SE NECESITA: Empleodo para el
MISCELNEA
I. IROUWIKPintor de casas, con-
tratista, consejos tcnicos, garan-
ti por ,m ao. presupuestos gratis
Tel 2-1276
servicio domstico. Dirijose a calle
15, San Francisco. No. 114 e lla-
me al telfono 3-3903.
PERSONALES
Para la reparacin perfecta de su
radio: Autos Omphroy, telfono 2-
0810.
Perforo Pozas de Aguo. Telfono 3-
0931. Ovarles J. Hilbert.
SE ALQUILA
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA:Tengo pora alquilar
tractor D4. Llame al 3-2429 des-
pus de los 12 o. m.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuortos refrigera-
cin, carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes calle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
Se propugna
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Ahorre Dinero con SWP!
La Pintura Para Ca>
sat Favorita en F.E.
L I'll d A Ohtenaa
miseconomia pelle-
ta oroiec-
cip eot eu
dinero.
PINTUKA C WD
PMPAHADA OWWr
al* SHIAWIN-WILLIAMS
la defensa comn puede oca-
sionar ajustes econmicos que
exijan medidas y controles a-
decuados para evitar una in-
flacin de carcter serlo; que
la movilizacin de recursos eco-
nmicos, de mercaderas y ser-
vicios para asegurar su produc-
cin, distribucin y utilizacin
mxima, y que la adopcin de
medidas de defensa econmica
son esenciales al objetivo co-
mn de alcanzar la seguridad".
Las minutas de resolucin se
dividen entonces en cinco par-
tes: l) Aumento de produc-
cin. 2> Asignaciones y prio-
ridades. 3' Control y Precios".
4) Consulta y Cooperacin n-
ter-Gubernamental. 5) Facili-
dades de Transporte.
Irregularidades
revisar cuidadosamente las ins-
cripciones de los partidos poli-
ticos actualmente en proceso
de formacin, en virtud de que
el procedimiento de impugna-
cin de las Inscripciones ile-
gales y fraudulentas estableci-
do en el articulo 10 del Decre-
to No. 17 de 1947 es inoperan-
te porque tal conocimiento co-
rresponde a los mismos funcio-
narlos que sin ei menor repa-
ro a la dignidad del cargo que
representan estn violando las
disposiciones legales sobre ins-
cripcin de partidos polticos.
Club de Amistad ofrecer baile en el
Hotel Panamericano, El Valle, or-
questa Jimmy Dunn, presentando
lo pareja de bailas de saln. Sba-
do Marzo 31, 8 p. m. B.0.75 por
persona. Para reservaciones, llame
Sr. Dunn 2-2446. Ponomi o 274-
3105.
un sistema de conversacin. Calle
Estudiante 7 7-A, Apto. |.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local para oficina,
crnbo del Teatro Centro,.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
.t ALQUILAN.Exclu.vomente pa-
ro oficinas locales cntricos en los
alto de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 y IC can-
fuvos.
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina en
Avenida B No. 59 altos. Acudo
sucursal Sylvania en mismo edifi-
cio.
SE VENDE:Motivo de vioje. ra-
dio, mquina coser, aparato aire
acondicionado, estufo, muebles y
enseres de casa. Pablo Arosemena
o. 12.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje,
juego de comedor completamente
nuevo, compuesto de mesa, seis si-
llas, aparador, vitrina y bor. Acu-
da a Via Espaa No. 57.
SF VENDE:Juego de solo, bamb,
comedor, caoba, recmara, refrige-
radora Philco, 7 pies y estufa de
gis; relativamente nuevo, por mo-
tivo de vioje. Dirijose o calle 45,
No. 7, apartamento No. 2 de 2 p.
m. a 6 p. m. Precio razonable.
SI VINDI:MueUes ele cemador
muebles ale seta, carne dable Sim-
mans. refriaeraaera fas Serval, ta
ae a recias de ecasin. Plemene
Nacenel, Central 210.
>E VENDE: Uno estufa de gas
marca ROPER nueva, dirjase o ca-
lle del Estudiante No. 82, mano
derecha, pregunte por Lliya.
SE VENDE:Ocasin, lindo juego de
recimato. Diseo moderno. Tam-
bin como de nio. Calle 34. No.
7.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locales, B.80.00
en Ave. Norte No. 61. Informes
oficina Gelabert, Tel. 2-0364.
SE ALQUILA:Ideal para peluquera
nios, monicurista o modista, bello
locol comercial en Colle 48 Este
No. II, Bella Visto, B.55.00. In-
formes en Refresquerio Pingino,
al lado, o Home Tel. 3-1897.
___________
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial am-
plio, bien situado, propio para ofi-
cinas. Colla Chiriqui No. 2, 100
Balboos. Telfonos 2-2948 2-
2739.
SE ALQUILA:Paro clnica, negocio,
tienda o depsito, local Avenida
Per, esquina Calle 36. 8.60.00 3-
1001.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
res de club de muebles, con refe-
rencias. Mueblera Tun (mueble
ganado mueble entregado^ Aveni-
da Central 200.
SE NECESITA:Chofer. Dirjose Ave.
Justo Arosemena No. 65.
SE ALQUILA
(.lasas
SE ALQUILA:Cholet omoblodo, 3
recmaras. 2 bonos, cuarto servi-
cio, garage. Magnfica situacin.
Ave. Justo Arosemeno 92. Tel. 3-
3488.
SE ALQUILA:Una caso solo.
' Belisorio Porros 124.
Va
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres reclinaras,
solo, comedor, cocina, garage, 2
servicios, patio grande y cercodo,
buen vecindario, parada autobs.
B.75.00 mensuales. Informes 91-B
Calle Belisorio Porras.
CASA MAYORISTA necesito vende-
dor para visitar al comercio. Buen
porvenir paro hombre trabajador
Cosmetera Imperial, Ave. Central
27-A.
SE NECESITAN: Dos montadores
para zopotero El Record en colle B
No. II.
Norte S Tel. 2-6611)
Martin Sosa No. 3
--' 3-MM
k
Sobre posible
flMTUHAS SHIRWm Wiiam; ol <
Los hospitales de emergen-
cia debern situarse en reas
fuera de peligro, generalmente
varias millas de la ciudad. Se
estima que para una ciudad co-
mo la de Panam que pasa de
los cien mil habitantes, en las
primeras veinticuatro horas
despus de la cada de una so-
la bomba atmica, las bajas
deben subir a 25,000.
AVISO:
Para los fines legales aviso
al comercio y al pblico en
general, que por Escritura
Pblica nmero 590 de 22 de
Marzo de 1951, de la Notara
Primera del Circuito de Pa-
nam, he comprado al seor
Enrique Simhon. su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
BAZAR PANAMA, situado en
los bajos de la casa nmero
104 de la Avenida Central de
la ciudad de Panam.
Panam. Marzo 26 de 1951.
Murad Harn Harari
SE NECESITA:-Oficinista hable in-
gls-costellono. Prefirese conoci-
miento estenografi. Posicin per-
manente. Solo emplearas persona
garantice mudarse de Coln a P-
name cuando se trasladen las ofi-
cinas dentro ocho meses, o a per-
sono de Ponomi dispuesto traba-
iar en Coln hasta traslado ofi-
cinas a Panam. Columbia Pie-
turas, Justo Arosemena calles 7 y
8, telfono Coln 177.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblado.
Precio B.22.50. Calle 5a. No. 30.
tercer piso. Informes Tel. 2-2376.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto esquinero o
dos grandes, amoblados, balcn,
telfono, cocino, refrigeradora, va-
rios meses, motivo vacacin. Calle
9a. No. 12, altos. No. 4.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto pora una c
dos personas en catM 43 Este al
lodo coital ** '*
RINDE MAS. ..
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
Do venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores, Tablillas para tazas
y. Oanchos Dar ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 278 Tel. 3-0140
TECLES Diferenciales de
1, 1 y 2 toneladas.
CORREAS de transmi-
sin de lona y caucho.
BISAGRAS de bronce y
cobreadas.
Ricardo A. Mir.
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam, R. P.
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
, FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-260
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
da 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada,
e L'a de mayor etock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "1" #4
Tel. 2-1752
Se abre en Brasil
campaa contra
los comunistas
RIO DE JANEIRO, marzo 27.
(UP). La Polica Federal ex-
pidi una orden prohibiendo
las demostraciones comunistas
en todo el pals, despus de se-
rlos disturbios en Bello Hori-
zonte anoche, en donde result
un polica muerto. La polica
inform que hubieron diez po-
licas y 20 civiles heridos.
Los comunistas planearon de-
mostraciones s 1 m u1tneas en
Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo, y
Bello Horizonte, en protesta de
la inauguracin de la Confe-
rencia nter-Americana en
Washington, pero la Polica en
estas ciudades les prohibi las
manifestaciones.
Los comunistas de Bello Ho-
rizonte no hicieron caso de la
orden y se reunieron en la pla-
za pblica. Cuando la polica
trat de disolver la reunin,
comenz un tiroteo.
La polica dijo que logr cap-
turar a la persona que hizo los
disparos, sin divulgar su nom-
bre, Informando que ste se
> haba herido de gravedad l
mismo.
Mapas del Censo
nes de la Defensa Civil. Como
se recordar, la Contralora Ge-
neral de la Repblica, por me-
dio de la Seccin de Cartogra-
fa del Departamento de Cen-
sos, hubo de levantar mapas y
planos exactos de toda la Re-
pblica y de cada uno de los
distritos, asi como de las ciu-
dades y poblaciones principa-
les y tambin de los distintos
sectores de estas poblaciones,
con la demarcacin del nme-
ro de edificios y viviendas y el
nmero de habitantes de cada
uno.
A la Defensa civil le es f-
cil ahora, pues, gracias a la
informacin de los censos, sa-
ber con exactitud el nmero de
edificios y de personas que lo
habitan en cada calle y en ca-
da sector y Distrito de nues-
tras ciudades y planear de a-
cuerdo con la realidad sus me-
didas de proteccin. Esta es la
segunda aplicacin prctica in-
mediata que se da a la infor-
macin y trabajos del Depar-
tamento de Censos. Sus cifras
y planos estn tambin sir-
viendo de bases para los eslu-
dios del alcantarillado y ex-
tensin del acueducto en las
afueras de la capital, trabajo
que realiza una importante cor-
poracin de ingeniera de los
Estados Unidos. Han sido so-
licitados tambin por la Mi-
sin Agrcola de los Estados
que visit nuestro pas hace
poc oy por el Servicio Coope-
rativo Interamericano de Edu-
cacin.
El Hemisferio Occidental se
debe armar para la paz, dicen
dos estadistas de la Amrica
WASHINGTON. Marzo 27
iNSIS) El Presidente Tra-
man y el Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores del Brasil, Jouo
Neves de Fontoura, coinciden
en que las 21 repblicas a.n;
ricanas deben movilizar sus r ;-
cursos polticos, militares y ecu-
nmeos para mantener la paz
y la libertad.
Truman habl aqu en la a-
pertura de la Cuarta Reun sn
de Consulta de Ministros-de Re-
laciones Exteriores de las re-
pblicas americanas, "Fontoura,
en representacin del pas gue
lu sede de la ltima reunion
en 1942, correspondi a las pa-
labras del Presidente.
Ms de 300 delegados de los
pases latinoamericanos, Inclu-
yendo los ministros de relacio-
nes exteriores, asisten a este
reunion que se espera durar."
por lo menos dos semanas. La
conferencia fu convocada pul
los Estados Unidos con la a-
cuiescencla del Concejo de Id
Oiganizacin de los Estados A~
niciicanos. para planear los .lie-
dlos para el fortalecimiento de
la defensa comn del Hemia-.-
rio Occidental.
Truman dijo a los delegados
"Las repblicas americanas Je-
ben todas sus comienzos al mu-
no haz de ideales, los mis.irn
conceptos de libertad humai.a
e internacional. Hemos seguido
lodos y seguiremos dos prlne'-
plos bsicos: Primero, creen.o,"
(fue los asuntos internacionales
deben basarse en la cooperador
entre las naciones libres e in-
dependientes y no en la coc-
Pan
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ama es
de Amrica.
Panam era miembro nomi-
nal apenas, pero desde este ao
se convierte en un miembro de
hecho y de derecho. Ello aca-
rrea algunos compromisos co-
mo la obligatoriedad de las
pautas sanitarias que dicta la
OMS y tiene que pagar algu-
nas cuotas para el manteni-
miento de las labores de la
OMS a cambio de recibir to-
da clase de ayuda tcnica y an
material en casos de epidemias
y de proyectos de gran enver-
gadura.
Panam se considera pais de
seis unidades segn las clasi-
ficaciones de la OMS, por tan-
to su cuota es de B. 3,550, ms
los gastos para pagar las Co-
misiones Internas entre 1948
y 1948. que asciende a 1.023
balboas, lo que suma a B. 4.-
573.00 como cuota para nues^
tra Repblica.
Corno existe adems un con-
venio por el cual cada nuevo
cin o la fuerza; Segundo, crea-
mos que los fines y objeti/ec
del Gobierno son promover el
bienestar de tood el pueblo y.
no tan slo 1 de unos cuantos
privilegiadas'. i
Estos principios, dijo Trj-
man, son atacados en todo el
mundo por el comunismo, q .a
niega el concepto de la libenvJ
humana y establece un slir>-
uia bajo el cual el pueblo exis-
te totalmente para servir a les
nes del Gobierno.
"Como resultado de ello, el
sistema sovitico es de un go-
rier desenfrenado que lmpc.e
ia esclavitud en su pas y la
agresin al exterior", dijo el
Presidente.
Este imperialismo sovitico
amenaza al mundo entero, y,
las naciones americanas decca
ayudar a los pueblos de Bur a.
y Asia que estn luchando tu r
la libertad, expres Truman.
El Canciller Fontoura serW-r
tambin el peligro que el < ;-
munismo ha trado a los hou--
res libres. Dijo que la amenaza
a la integridad de la democra-
cia" es tan grande, si no mayor
que durante la segunda guerra
mundial"-
Fontoura continu: "Las Na-a
clono Libres del mundo ten-
drn que unirse y reforza. )
para la defensa comn, pu.s
de lo contrario perecern Di."o
el terror de un imperialismo si-
niestro. Como en 1943, las Arue-
ricas son llamadas a levar... c
el escudo de su conciencia t -
mocrtca y a movilizar sus . -
cursos materiales contra l3
maquinaciones tramadas en a
obscuridad".
Fontoura dijo ms adelan.e
Nuestra presencia en esta A-
samblea es necesaria puesto q<
Jas circunstancias exigen ^va
nuestros gobiernos provean i a.
seguridad continental, incluye.i-
Jo tanto la preparacin militar
como les imperativos de l coo-
peracin econmica.
Tal como se hizo en 194%
durante la segunda reunin '
consulta, deben adoptarse al:u-
ra medidas conjuntas y efec'!*
vas contra cualquier acci^:
procenente del exterior, ene -
minada contra nuestras insti-
tuciones nacionales.
Fqntoura puso nfasis en qua
la solidaridad poltica entre Ln
21 repblicas americanas no bJ
sufrido en estos aos turba;. *
de pa lost guerra la ms ieva
alteracin,, blep en su integri-
dad o en su intensidad". Por I
contrario, dijo, se ha fortalecavj.*
Truman proclama
emu jjui ei cuai caaa nuevo ,
miembro deposita cierta cantl- Vlncul0s de amistad que exis
rlnal ^1 ...^^.^_1_ * I Ion finlvn n I niiahU al I.. TT..
Especial!...
B/ 42.50
RIFLES
AUTOMTICOS
Calibre 22
H&R
K ro *mJUfhBJa
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
dad. de acuerdo a su clasifica-
cin y poblacin, par el ca-
pital o fondo de trabajo de la
OMS. Panam deber pagar B.
1.922. lo que hace ascender to-
do el pago a B. 6.495 para este
ano. El Presupuesto de 1950
de la OS ascendi a cuatro
millones d dlares. La suma
para este ao destinada a la
Repblica es realmente insigni-
ficante en comparacin de los
beneficios que debe recibir.
Panam y Espaa
nuestros pueblos y asimismo
proporcionar los medios que
contribuyan al bienestar de am-
bas naciones, plceme suscribir
este mensaje para que. realiza-
do su intercambio con una co-
municacin anloga de vuestra
Excelencia quede normalizado
este acuerdo. Aprovecho la o-
portunidad para expresar a
vuestra Excelencia las segurida-
des de mi ms alta y distin-
guida consideracin,
Carlos N. Brin.
Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores.
ten entre el pueblo de los Es-
tados Unidos y los de las otra*
repblicas americanas".
Una verdadera
gares igual. Un biril pequeo
pesaba cuatro onzas, pero costa-
ba cinco centavos. El pan ideal
pequeo de diez centesimos pe-
saba 9 onzas.
La mantequilla tiene un pre-
cio que oscila entre 73 y 60 cen-
tavos la libra y l azcar cuesta
entre 12 y doce centesimos $
medio.
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2* x V
Calibre 26

Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503,
Madrid. Marzo 22 de 1951.
Urgentsimo Excelentsimo
Seor Don Carlos N. Brln,
Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores.
Panam.
Contesto con agrado en el mo-
mento en que llega a mis ma-
nos telegrama Vuecencia relati-
vo acuerdo normalizacin rela-
ciones diplomticas entre Espa-
a y Panam v me apresuro sig-
nificar Vuecencia que Gobierno
espaol adopta simultneamen-
te idntica determinacin cual
corresponde a lazos unen nues-
tros pueblos v al bienestar de loj
dos pases estimando que con es-
te telegrama v el de Vuecencia
queda formalizado por las dos
altas partes acuerdo reerido a-
provecho esta oportunidad para
expresar a Vuecencia el testi-
monio de mi ms alta v distin-
guida r-onsideracin.
Alberto Martin Artajo,
Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores
Madrid. Exteriores, Marzo 23.
Excelentsimo Seor Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores.
Panam.
Normalizadas felizmente re-
laciones diplomticas entre Es-
paa v Panam, ruego Vueceu- - -^-w. w .. wia.-
cla aceptar y reconocer todos e- i tica bancaria, sin encuadrarse
fectos usuales como encargado j dentro de los lmites mnimos
de negocios Espaa sa a don de la Ley bancaria.
Las comunicaciones >
Lty Marcial. -
Los Informes dicen que el
principal punto de disturbio- 6* .
encuentra en Abadan en 1a i
frontera con Iraq, cerca c0V
protectorado britnico de H! i-'
nalt. Tanto Kuwait como m*!
campos petroleros de Iraq se
encuentran en la misma arca.
Ambas Cmaras del Pana-,
ment de Irn aprobaron i*
nacionalizacin de la lndustiia
petrolera, y una comisin ea i
encuentra estudiando la m&L-
ra de poner la ley en vigencia
Don Eduardo
clon".
Para mejor ilustracin se co-
pia a continuacin el Acuerdo
en referencia.
ACUERDO
1Reducir gastos de operacio-
nes por lo menos en una ter-
cera parte de lo que eran en el
ao 1950.
2Cobrar crditos pendientes
en forma ms activa, sobre todo
reduciendo los que estn exage-
radamente altos.
3Trazar plan para reducir
las inversiones y liquidar accio-
nes que no tienen demanda e
mercado abierto o que sean im-
productivas.
4Reducir gradual de todos
los sobregiros, principiando por
los que no e.nn debidamenta
garantizados.
5Mantener encaje adecuado
sobre todo sobre depsitos ex-
tranjeros a la orden. Esto debo
ser de acuerdo con sana prc-
Santiago Ruiz Tahonera. Primer
Secretario de la Embajada,
quien al ser acogido benvola-
mente por vuecencia rjermane-
cer al frente representacin Es-
paa sa hasta tanto se haga
cargo con beneplcito Gobierno
Panam futuro Embajador Es-
paa sa aprovecho ODOrtunidad
para reiterar a vuecencia segu-
ridades mi ms alta y distingui-
da consideracin.
Alberta Martin Artajo,
Ministro de Asuntos exteriores.
6Crear puesto de Interven-
tor o Contralor para hacer lec-
tivos los puntos anteriores, coa
facultades de veto sobre toda
operacin o gasto que no consi-
dere recomendable. La designa-
cin del Interventor o Contralor
corresponder ul Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro y durar
mientras se le adaude al Gobier-
no y a la Caja de Seguro Social.
Panam, 27 de Marzo de 195L
Eduardo A. Bricen*.

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immrc. marzo 7. msi
Jt. rANAMA AMERICA DIABIO INDCPKNDIENTV
PAGINA 8IETB-
El Houston debut con un triunfo
sobre los militares y hoy juegan con
Albrook y mna. con otro seleccionado
El equipo de los Bfalos de
Houston de la Liga de Texas,
debut anoche en la Zona del
Canal, con un amplio triunfo
sobre el Seleccionado del Ejrci-
to por 14 carreras a 1 en el Es-
tadio de Balboa.
Bockelman fu el lanzador ga-
nador permitiendo seis impara-
bles; los militares usaron cua-
tro lanzadores, Rochniskl, Han-
son. Gibson y Cruz, permitiendo
entre todos 14 incoglbles a sus
rivales.
Hasta el quinto episodio los
militares de la Zona mantuvie-
ron blanqueados a los visitantes,
pero en este acto los Bfalos
se desataron 7 anotaron siete
veces para asegurarse la vic-
toria. La nica carrera de los
zoneitas la anotaron en el se-
gundo episodio.
El Houston juego esta tarde
contra, los aviadores de Albrook
Field en el cuadro de estos l-
timos; maana se presentarn
frente a un Seleccionado de va-
rias dependencias zoneitas, y el
jueves volvern a medirse con
los pilotos de Albrook.
La visita de los Bfalos dei
Houston se debe a gestiones de
las autoridades militares de la
Zona del Canal para entrete-
nimiento de los saldados.
Se miden maana en el ftbol del
Chorrillo los equipos Remn y Mendoza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
FTBOL DEL CHORRILLO
O. r. E. Pje
Dep. Pern ...... 1 1 3
Cre. Remn ...... 1 0 2
Nacional ..._... 1 1
p.r.1..........H-5r. i
Mendosa ......... 1
La contienda del Circuito Ma-
yor del Ftbol del Chorrillo se
reanudar maanad espus del
receso de Semana Santa, con el
partido entre los conjuntos |
COROiEL REMON y MENDOZA j
a las 415 de la tarde en el cua-1
dro de Calle 27 Oeste..abajo.
Los pupilos del Coronel Re-
mn se presentarn a defender
su Invicto y subir al primer lu-
gar mientras que sus rivales del
Mendoza lucharn para entrar
en la columna de ganadores y
salir de la retaguardia.
Ambos conjuntos han pre ti-
cado con inters y manifiestan
gran confianza en el resultado
del Juego de maana, espern-
dose un lance movido e intere-
sante.
Por otra parte, la Liga de Ft-
bol del Chorrillo tiene una reu-
nin esta noche a las 8 en el
Gimnasio Nacional, y pide a to-
do* los interesados puntual
asistencia por los asuntos de lm
portaola que se tratarn y re-
solvern.
Oportunidad
Juegan Hoy
De Mejorar ColocacinE1PanamAmlicaJuegaGm
Cerveceros e Istmeos
A NORBERTO NAVARRO LE DEDICARAN
EL JUEGO LA HORA-E PANAMA AMERICA
LANZARA LA PRIMERA BOLA DE ESTE
PARTIDO LA SRTA. MARTA SPADAFORA
La seorita Marta Spadafora, m Amrica que se celebrar
Candidate al reinado Interiora- maana en la noche en Santa
no lanzar la primera bola del Rita y que ser dedicado al
partido de softball final de la gran propulsor del deporte na-
serle entre La Hora y Bl Pana- cional Ing. Norberto Navarro.
Se aprueba pelea
entre Joe Maxim
y Bob Satterfield
CHICAOO, Marzo 27 (UP)
La Comisin de Boxeo de Illi-
nois aprob el encuentro por
el cetro mundial peso semipesa-
do entre el campen Joe Maxim
y el contendiente Bob flatter-
field a celebrarse en el Estadio
de Chicago el 27 de Junio.
La Asociacin Nacional de Bo-
xeo habla Ordenado a Maxim
que firmar para defender su
cetro antes del 31 de Marzo. Ma-
xim quizas pelee pues por dos
ttulos en el espacio de un mes
ya que se ha llegado a un acuer
do extraoficial para que luche
con el campen Ezzard Charles
por el cetro peso pesado en Chi-
cago el 30 de Mayo.
El himno de Cuba
w locado cuando
pelee Kid Gaviln
NUEVA VORK, Mareo 27 (U.
PiBaby Quintero en la colum-
na que escribe para el diario en
espaol "La Prensa" dice que
Fernando Balido, manager del
campen welter cubano, Kld
Gaviln, exigir que cuando se
efecte la pelea de ste contra
Johnnw Bratton en el Madison
Square Garden por la discusin
del campeonato mundial welter,
se toque el himno nacional cu-
bano y se despliegue la ban-
dera de Cuba y que aduce que
ai con loa campeones franceess
se tienen la cortesa de tocar
la Marsellesa y exhibir la ban-
dera francesa, deben guardarse
Iguales cortesas con Gaviln
que tambin es campen en su
patria.
La seleccin de
ftbol se prepara
para lugar el dgo.
La seleccin Nacional de Ft-
bol reanudar maana mircolt;
sus prcticas regulares, en el
campo de Barraza, segn anun-
ci hoy el director Temi Molina.
La seleccin se prepara para
ti partido que sostendr el pr-
ximo domingo, frente al potente
onceno Deportivo Pacifico, en
un choque amistoso a beneficio
del guardameta nacional Gerar-
do Warren, quien como es sabi-
do se encuentra en Colombia Ju-
gando en un equipo profesional.
Bl director del combinado na-
cional espera la asistencia de to-
dos los jugadoras a las prcticas.
Red Panamericana
tiene hs
Mejores progranas
El Martini blanque
al Casa Mike anoche
en el torneo de bolos
Por Tere D. de Burrell
Estado actual de los equipos
PG. PP. PJ.
Casa Mike -......... 17 11 2*
Entrometidos .......14 10 24
I. Selecta ............... 14 10 24
Martini................16 12 28
Pinocho ..............12 12 24
Carta Vieja............ 14 14 21
Flan Royal ..........9 15 24
T. Tropical ............. 12 16 28
Balboa Expresa ......I 16 24
Martins blanquea sensacional-
mente al Casa Mike.
Ante la sorpresa y expectati-
va de jugadores y concurrentes
del juego de anoche, el equipo
Martinz, volviendo por sus anti-
guos laureles, le propin al Casa
Mike su primer blanque de la
temporada, al ganarle por 2437 a
2311. El Martinz reciba 45 pun-
tos de Handicap por linea, pero
a pesar de ello, no necesit en
dos de sus lineas del menciona-
do Handicap para ganarles am-
pliamente, pero hay que reco-
nocer que Casa Mike no jug su
promedio habitual.
Con la derrota del Casa Mike,
el Torneo de Bolos auspiciado
por el conocido Caf Duran, se
pone ms interesante, ya que los
equipos ahora se hayan a pocos
puntos uno del otro.
A Continuacin el cuadro de
anotaciones: donde se puede ver
que se destacaron dos del os ju-
gadores del Martinz: Andrs
Fistonlch con serle de 558 y J.
A. Padilla con serie de 611.
CASA MIKE
Mike Maduro 150 154 151 464
Negro Arias 157 146 178 481
A. de Jann 152 157 120 429
A. Arango 136 150 185 471
C. Hermann 162 149 155 466
766 758 789 2311
MAhTINZ
M. Jercovlch 120 96 186 402
J. Maduro ill 172 1I7 400
J. A. Padilla 158 188 165 511
Plinto Rangel 165 123 143 431
A. Fistonlch 184 193 181 558
738 772 794 2302
Handicap 45 45 45 135
783 817 839 2437
Corresponde a la
contienda del
softball comercial
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS .
(Liga Comercial de SoftbaU)
G. P. Pje.
M. Cerrud ................ 4 1 .*M
Duran............... 4 1 9M
Fiduciario..........S 1 .756
C.C.C................ I 1 .756
Radio Bush.......... I 2 .N
Moptesuma .......... I 2 .<*
Packard ............... 2 4 .434
V. Peres............. 2 2 .466
Cervecera ...........t I ,4N
Istmeo ............... 1 3 Mi
Hudson.............. 1 4 2M
BUB ..................... I < ,m
La contienda del Softball Co-
mercial seala para esta noche
el atractivo partido entre los
equipos CERVECERA VS IST-
MEO en el cuadro de Santa
Rita comenzando a las 7 y 30.
Cerveceros y licoreros se Jue-
gan hoy una gran oportunidad
de mejorar colocacin y opcin
para la serie final. Un descala-
bro puede resultarles de conse-
cuencias funestas para sus as-
piraciones.
Ambos conjuntos se presenta*
rn esta noche con sus mejores
unidades y se pronostica un re-
ido encuentro.
Maana se presenta un atrac-
tivo doble Juego, en el primero
aparecen los caseros del BUR
que dirige Jlmmle Samudlo
contra los aguerridos automivi-
listas del Hudson. Ambos estn
a la zaga en la contienda y es-
peran mejorar posiciones en es-
ta oportunidad. El segundo par-
tido es el tan esperado encuen-
tro entre los pipones de La Ho-
ra y El Panam Amrica.
El Jueves se enfrentarn los
punteros del Duran contra los
fuertes contendores del Monte-
zuma.
El sbado se cierra la semana
con un buen partido entre los
potentes equipos del Fiduciario
y el CCC.
La Liga nos ha solicitado ci-
tar a los representantes de los
equipos a una reunin muy im-
portantes el Jueves a las 6 p.m.
De La Galera De La Fama
frBfrmm^
i
RUBEN DARO MEREL, ms conocido por "BOMBITO", es en
el equipo de softball de El Panam-Amrica columna slida,
baluarte inexpugnable, aunque a veces sea una autntica co-
ladera humana. Hombre verstil, distribuye su tiempo entre
el softball. el mambo, la universidad y el necrocomio del San-
to Toms. Es tan "as" descuartizando cadveres como rom-
piendo pelotas con el bate, aunque esto ltimo slo sea en
sueos. Es campen calienta banco del equipo. Es el Benja-
mn, el jufador de ms estilo y desenvoltura, el bufn del
equipo. Cuando Bombito falta en las lineas de El Panam-
Amrica hay un vacio difcil de llenar. Por eso se dice que
es la carcajada hecha camiseta y gorra de la novena. Esta
caricatura data de cundo el gran "Bombito" tenia 11 aos
de edad.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BCTC TEJADA
Por estar en pugna con la re-
glamentacin, no podr ser
aceptado en la Liga Provincial
de Basketball an equipo inte-
grado por vecinos de la Zona
del Canal. Lee reglamentos vi-
gentes de la Liga Provincial se-
alan como mnimo de extran-
jeros (se incluye a los de la te-
na) a tres Jugadores, teniendo
que ser les otros nacionales. Ne
bay duda que un equipe inte-
grado por Norteamericanos re-
sultara una atraccin en nues-
tro torneo, pero si las regla-
mentacin estn en pugna con
su aceptacin, no debe ser acep-
tado.
En interesante juego
se impuso anoche al
Los muchachos del Vidrieras
Prez se impusieron anoche en
un Interesante juego a los auto-
movilistas del Packard por pi-
zarra de 10 a 8 con Haywood en
la lomlta de los vidriosos, en la
continuacin del Softball Co-
mercial.
Los automovilistas tomaron el
comando desde el comienzo del
partido hasta el cuarto episodio
cuando los Vidrieros, que estn
ahora muy mejorados. Iniciaron
una racha en la que ligaron va-
rios toques seguidos y empuja-
el Vidrieras Prez
Packard por 10 a 8
ron cinco carreras, teniendo dos
outs y el marcador por seis a
tres en su contra.
En los episodios siguientes
continuaron anotando ambos
equipos pero siempre los mu-
chachos del Vidrieras defendlen
do su posicin de delanteros.
Con este triunfo se han colo-
cado los pupilos de Gustavo P-
rez en el 9o. lugar de la justa
empatados con la Cervecera.
El pitcher perdedor fu Sali-
nas que lleva uno ganado y dos
perdidos.
Maana mircoles, a las 5.00
de la tarde celebrar el equipo
Mauricio, Sub-campen de la
contienda Provincial Mayor de
Basketball, una importante reu-
nin en la Avenida Central No.
47. Asuntos de sumo Inters se-
rn tratados en esta reunin y
se espera que acudan todos los
canasteros de dicho equipo.
Luis Ortega ser el sustituto
de Chimblo Prez, en la nmi-
na del Lord Chesterfield, Cam-
pen de la temporada pasada
de Basketball Mayor.
Todos sus unidades a excep-
cin de Mario Oarcern estn ya
firmadas, y este prometedor Ju-
gador de no lograr con xito
unas gestiones que realiza vol-
ver a formar parte del Lord
Chesterfield. Sobre la direccin
del equipo es muy probable que
se escoja entre Flix Gmez y el
chlnlto Ricardo Kam.
Art Doering gan
lomeo de golf de
Greensboro ayer
GREEN8BORO, Carolina del
Norte, Marzo 27 (UP)Art Doe-
ring, conqusit el primer pre-
mio de 2.000 dlares del torneo
de golf de Greensboro recorrien-
do los 16 hoyos de la cuarta y
ltima vuelta con 69 golpes pa-
ra un total de 279.
El argentino Roberto de Vi-
cenzo empat por el cuarto lu-
gar. El segundo premio de 1400
dlares toc a Jim Ferrelr con
69 en la ltima jornada y un
total de 284 y el tercero de mil
dlares a Sammy Snead con 66
y 287 respectivamente.
De Vlcenzo, Jack Burke y
Eearl Stewart empataron por el
tercer puesto con un total de
286 tocando 700 dlares a ca-
da uno. En el quinto lugar con
2887 termin Mary Furgol.
De Vlcenzo recorri la ltima
Jornada con 71 golpes y las tres
anteriores con 74, 72 y 66 respec-
tivamente.
El Clsico Hpico "Presidente
de la Repblica", que se corre
el prximo mes en Juan Franco,
mantiene desde ahora con dolor
de cabeza a los amantes de las
carreras de caballo. Tenemos
que son fuertes candidatos para
actuar en l los magnficos
ejemplares MAIN ROAD, un po-
tro de Too Anguizoia que est
Invicto por lo pronto y todos sus
compromisos los ha ganado sua-
ve; el ejemplar de Osear Ghitls,
DICTADOR,. El primero lo mon-
tar Blas Agurre y el otro Paco
Bravo, actuando tambin en esa
carrera Royal Coup, Welsh Loch,
Hualro, Daiquiri y otros de
nuestra hpica.
Se rea al equipo de
base de San Carlos
El equipo "Talabartera Pana-
m" reta por este medio al
equipo de San Carlos a un juego
amistoso de baseball.
Loa directores del Panam es-
peran que en el curso de esta
semana sea contestado el reto,
para asi disponer la fecha de
su celebracin y el lugar.
El Veracruz se
impuso ayer al
Ciudad de Mxico
MEXICO, Marzo" 27 (UP)El
Veracruz venci sin sustos al
equipo de la Ciudad de Mxico
por 18 a 5 en Juego de la Liga
mexicana de baseball.
El San Luis de Potos venci
al Jalisco por 8 carreras a 1 en
otro de los juegos.
El arbitro cubano Palma fu
suspendido por la Liga al ha-
ber golpeado a Salvador Her-
nndez, tambin cubano, mana-
ger del equipo Nuevo Laredo.
Segn se informa Palma visit
a Hernndez en su cuarto del
hotel despus del desafio del s-
bado y lo golpe repetidas veces
en la cara y el estmago. Her-
nndez no recibi lesiones Im-
portantes.
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Citacin Deportiva
DEP. MAURICIO
Que participar en la con-
tienda de Basketball pide a to-
dos los Jugadores la asistencia a
la reunin de maana a las 5
p.m. en el Almacn del mismo
nombre en Avenida Central No.
47.
Luis "Camalen"
Garca regresar
maana a los E. U.
CARACA8, Marzo 27 (UP)8e
inform que Luis "Camelen"
Garca, quien abandon el cam-
po de entrenamiento de los Me-
dias Blancas en California hace
dos semanas por estar enfermo
de nostalgia regresar a loa Es-
tados Unidos maana mircoles.
Camalen ir esta vez acom-
paado de su esposa.
Importante juego
sostienen hoy
Alemn y Mauricio
Se disputan su opcin
a la serie final
del Softball Social
Estu tarde sostienen Impor-
tarte y comentado juego en
Santa Rita, los equipos Mau-
ricio > Alemn Jr., en el tur-
neo scclal de Softball, donde
se disputarn su mayor opor-
tunidad para la serle final te-
mer.do cada conjunto cinco vic-
torias y tres derrotas.
Z\ tncuentro de ayer lo gan
el Sosa, que implant un nuevo
recoru de victorias en el Soft-
ball, ai lograr su dcimo triun-
fo sin derrota en esta canica-
fia, siendo ocho de los triunfos
obra del excelente lanzador
Luis Walker, y los otros dos
ce Fergunson. La vlctorio U.l
Sosa fu ayer sobre el Pinocho
por 7 carreras a 2.
Los exalumnos
del 'IPA' tendrn
paseo a Taboga
La Sociedad de ex-Alumnos
del Instituto Pan- Americano
tendr un paseo a la Isla de Ta-
boga este Domingo lo. de Abril.
La lancha que llevar a los
participantes de esta Jira cul-
j tural saldr del Muelle Fiscal de
' Panam a las 8.30 de la maana
! del dia Domingo y los que de-
seen asistir deben estar en dicho
lugar al as 7.30 a.m. a ms tar-
dar.
Los Jefes de Redaccin de los
peridicos han sido invitados a
! dicho paseo, asi como tambin
varios invitados especiales, tales
como el director del IPA, los
profesores del mismo colegio y
otras distinguidas personalida-
des.
Los boletos estn a la venta
en la Kodak, National City Bank
Almacn La Mariposa, sasso y
Ca., Ca Istmea de Seguras,
Ca. Internacional de Ventas,
i Banco Nacional, Instituto Pan-
Americano, Esso Standard Oil
Co., Banco Fiduciario y en el
Muel le Fiscal el da del paseo.
El paseo de los ex-Alumnos
del IPA est siendo organizado
.. desde hace ya varios das y la
lancha ha sido conseguida gra-
1 cas a la cooperacin que ha
prestado la Polica Nacional,
que ofrecido su lancha que tie-
ne capacidad para 100 personas.
Los ex-Alumnos del IPA es-
tn desarrollando una serie de
actividades culturales que le
hacen honor a su lema: Honor,
Cultura y Panamericanismo.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
La Hora y El ptica Sosa El
Mircoles y Viernes pxmos.
Por CESAR PINZN
Los diablos rojos de XI Pa-'
nam-Amrlca, el ms poderoso
equipo de softball de loa perl-'
dlcos locales, tiene esta semana i
dos compromisos que dilucidar.
El Juego decisivo contra los p-
jaros azules de La Hora, maa-
na mircoles en el estadio de
Santa Rita, bajo la luz de los
reflectores y el viernes en la
tarde contra el invencible equi-
po "ptica Sosa" que dirige, el
gran Slkl Mass.
En el juego de, maana se-
rn utilizados los servicios de.
Culebrn Ruiz y ser colocada'
la ms poderosa escuadra roja
en el diamante, ya que se trata
de un Juego decisivo.
Bl viernes, mediante arreglos
hechos entre los Directores, el
Eltcher estrella del ptica Sosa,
u Walker y el catcher Joseh,
Jugarn para el Panam-Am-
rica, a fin de equilibrar las po-
sibilidades.
Los doe Juegos han levantado
una gran ola de entusiasmo.
Los campeones del basket mayor iniciarn
sus juegos de prctica el 7 err Antn
Ei equipo de basketball ma-
yor, Lord C'iiesterfield, cam-
pen provincial de la pasuda
temporada, viajara a Antn el
Sabido 7 de Abril para sostener
en dicho lugar su printer jue-
go-prctica contra el Seleccio-
nado antonero.
Ln Seleccin es un conjunto
aguerrido y peligroso y el sana-
do pasado se impuso al quinte-
to capitalino de Carlos Elcta
en un movido encuentro.
Lsu victoria los ha alentado
y estn practicando con ma-
yor inters para ofrecer una
lucidu actuacin frente a loa /
campeones-
Con los cigarrUleros jugara
el prometedor novato Luis Or-
tega, que dar el salto con Co-
te equipo, y justamente debuta-
ra con el Chesterfield en la
tierra que lo vio nacer, Antn
Con los clgarrllleros viajarn
el 7 de Abril, Ricardo Sanios*
Femando Tom, Cecilio Williams,
Allomo Frazer, Perciral Quln-
ti'ie, Tomy Armuelles, Pedro za-
pata, Quique Cuadra, Mailo
Oarcern y Luis Ortega.
Deportes a Granel
Per KKDtMB
"El Aviso Oim:-i"o'
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN:
Se obti&ne mas kilometraje por litro
CHAMPION
Decamos anoche por la Radio..
El triunfo de Welsh Loch ayer
en el Hipdromo, derrotando na
da menos que al -"crack" de ln
pista Royal Coup, ha sido bas-
tante comentado por los fan-
ticos del turf. Welsh Loch rea-
liz una magnifica presentacin
mientras que el gran hijo de
Coup de Lyons no figur en la
carrera. Segn nuestra opinin,
el caballo no fu extendido lo
suficiente por su jinete, quien
desde la partida demostr poco
Inters por ganar. Sall suma-
mente retrasado y en toda la
prueba busc la manera de en-
cajonarse. Omos decir que el
preparador est sumamente dis-
gustado por la forma como se
desempe este equino. Plnard
ocup el segundo puesto en la
carrera y era el gran favorito
para adjudicarse esta prueba
Toda la fanaticada hpica se
muestra entusiasmada por la
proximidad del Clsico "Prest-
dente de la Repblica", en don-
de participarn los mejores ca-
ballos de Juan Franco. Dentro
de poco se celebrar el Clsico
"Polica Nacional", en el cual
competirn los campeones de la
pista. Esta prueba clsica ser-
vir para tirar linea de carrera
para el clsico de los diez mil
balboas...
Esta semana debe reaparecer
DICTADOR, el corredorazo ca-
ballo del Stud Blue te White,
que tiene cuatro triunfos conse-
cutivos en nuestro Hipdromo.
Dictador, segn se ha rumorado
por los corrillos hpicos ser con-
ducido en la prueba grande por
el jinete chileno Jos "Paco"
Bravo.
Como es sabido el Paco parti
para los Estados Unidos hace
algunos das y dej muchos re-
cuerdos a todos sus simpatiza-
dores.
Tambin debe reaparecer es-
ta semana el caballo MAIN
ROAD, otro de los probables
competidores en el Clsico Pre-
sidente.
Este fin tf semana cayeron
tres jinetes en las redes de los
Comisarlos de Juan Franco. En
tre ellos tenemos al Jinete Puli-
do que recibi 12 reuniones por
cambiar de linea de carrera con
Fulmine y cuatro ms por es-
torbar a Royal Coup.
Doce reuniones tambin reci-
bi el Jinete Julio Rodrguez por
su monta sospechosa sobre Ste-
lla. A. ngulo fu penado con
con
Seaoroms^O.
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ganancial. Por e*o, relatelo nuevo 8uilai Champion
cada 15.000 kilmetro. No conozco manera ms eficaz
da ahorrar combustible y visar trastornos en el motor."
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Ayuda a conservar
ese aspecto juvenil
una iwtva y maravillosa
crema da afeitar que refresca
y "entona" la piel
Ahora usted puede "entonar" su
piel a la vez que se afeita. Puede
obtener afeitadas a ras de piel
ms ntida, que lucen inejory al
mismo tiempo hacer que su pie) re-
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Lanolina, jamas quedar satisfecho
con cremas de afeitar corrientes.
seis reuniones por monta defi-
ciente sobre Sismo.
LCWDRESScotland Yard y el
Jockey Club estn empeados
en la actualidad en dar con
una organizacin llamada "The
Dlngers". la cual agrupa a vario''
individuos que habran realizado
enormes ganancias sustituyendo
a ltimo momento caballos de
carreras "lentos" a caballos "r-
pidos", lo cual Iba en su propia
ventaja.
Los detectives de Scotland"
Yard desenterraron hoy los res- '
tos de un caballo que, segn se
cree, habra sido muerto por
esos gangsters cuando se vieron
a punto de ser descubiertos.
Fu dominada la
cima del Monte
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de altura de la Cordillera Occi-
dental junto al Chlmborazo.
Efectuaron esta hazaa Jean
Morawleckl, Encargado de Ne-
gocios de Francia, Arturo Elch-
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Robinson, 71 aos despus del
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Magazine de
Hollywood
PARRAR EN CARNE I HCESO
Durante el primer dia que
pas en Hollywood, el actor Da-
vid Farrar, que desempea el
rol estelar al lado de Ann Blylh
en el film Universal-Interna-
tional Samarkanda". alquil un
automvil y sall con l a re-
correr Beverly Hill en busca de
antiguas amistades.
No pudlendo dar con una
direccin, Farrar se detuvo an-
te una residencia y llam al
timbre. La duea de la casa
abri la puerta y se qued mi-
rando a David tan desconcer-
tada que estuvo a punto de
"dejar caer el nio que llevaba
en brazos.
Bendito sea Dios!" exclamo
la sorprendida seora. "En este
preciso momento estbamos
vindolo a usted en televisin!"
La familia reunida en la sa-
la contemplaba una pelcula In-
glesa protagonizada por Farrar
en 1939.
CURVAS PELIGROSAS
Bridget Carr cambi de pa-
pel por culpa de sus llamativas
curvas.
La actriz que debia repre-
sentar a una de las doncellas
de un harn, en el film Uni-
versal-International "The Prin-
ce Who Was A Thief", hizo su
entrada en el escenarlo, ata-
viada con el llamativo vestido
due iba a lucir en este film
Technicolor. Pero cV director
Fudy Mate despus de lanzar-
le una escrutadora mirada con-
sider la figura de la Carr de-
masiado provocativa para los
censores.
En vez de recostarse en un
mullido cojn de seda, en una
er-cena de "The Prince Who
Was A Thief", la estrelllta de
la Universal-International se
traslad al escenarlo donde se
rodaba "Bonzo" para encarnar
a una linda colegiala, a la que
un chimpanc de cinco aos
da un susto maysculo cuando
se le mete por la ventanilla de
su automvil.
"Bueno", coment la ex-mo-
delo encogindose de hombros,
al menos este ltimo rol es
ms dramtico".
UNA PEDRADA OPORTUNA
En una de las cmicas esce-
nas del film Universal-Interna-
tional "Ma and Pa Kettle at
the Fair", Marjorle Main, en su
papel de Ma, tuvo que Impro-
visar una honda con una de
sus ligas y disparar una piedra
a un caballo para hacerlo pa-
sar del trote al galope desen-
frenhdo.
Esta prctica de tiro al blan-
co se ha convertido en uno de
los pasatiempos favoritos de
Marjorle en el hogar.
La actriz tiene en su casa
un precioso jardn cuajado de
flores y su mayor preocupacin
la constituyen los atrevidos
cuervos que constantemente
destrozan sus mejores plantas.
Recordando la escena del caba-
llo, Marjorle tuvo una brillan-
te Idea. Se llev la honda a
casa y ahora pasa sus fines
de semana defendiendo su jar-
dn a pedradas. La Main ase-
gura haber causado numerosas
bajas entre los cuervos atacan-
tes.
UNA SEORA BOFETADA
del cuarto".
Es uno de los momentos cul-
minantes del film y el director
Joseph Pevney asegura que con
la colaboracin entusiasta de
Chandler y la Keyes, lograrn
una escena tanto o ms real
que los sopapos que Cagney ha-
ya podido propinar a la Mayo,
Mae Clark o Jean Harlow.
ANTIALCOHOLISMO PURO
El oficio ms triste de Ho-
llywood es el que desempea
Rollo Kemble, el cantinero que
todava no ha logrado compo-
ner un coctel de veras.
Rollo se gana la vida prepa-
rando mezclas que las estrellas
beben ante la cmara. A nues-
tro amigo le repugna llamar-
las bebidas pues en el senti-
do que generalmente se aplica
a la palabra no lo son.
Cuando Kemble agita su coc-
telera en el aire para despus
verter su contenido en las co-
pas de los artistas en el curso
de una escena, lo que sale del
recipiente no son nunca tra-
gos verdaderos. Esto le remuer-
de su conciencia profesional, si
bien le permite asegurar ro-
tundamente que. en su larga
carrera filmlca nunca ha pre-
parado una bebida que no fue-
ra Inofensiva o Inspida.
En este caso el olvidarse de
los verdaderos principios de la
profesin reporta a Rollo sus
beneficios. Considerado como el
ms hbil improvisador de be-
bidas no alcohlicas de la colo-
nia cinematogrfica, sus ga-
nancias anuales dan un por-
centaje de ms de $2.00 por ca-
da copa que sirve. El extra-
ordinario sueldo de que dis-
fruta est justificado porque
Kemble sabe el secreto de c-
mo dar al agua la misma apa-
riencia que el ms mortfero
coctel.
Este decepcionado cantinero
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actriz por un hombre, desde,
que Virginia Mayo fue puesta
fuera de combate por James
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En la pelcula Universal-In-
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' extremo a otro de la habita-
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obr cuerdamente cuando pi-
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nesteres.
Su zozobra parece justifica-
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