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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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CANADIAN WHISKY J
TWENTY-8LXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28, 1951
FIVE CENTS
UN Forces Wage
War To Death
On Rearguards
TOKYO, Mar. 28 (UP).United States forces wared a battle
of annihilation today against diehard Chnete rearguards north
of Seoul. i ti
South Koream on the east coast drove more than six miles
into North Korea, capturing five towns.
Extensive Red defense preparations are In evidence along tne
Soyang River, which runs westward and northward above the
parallel northeast of Hongchon.
These preparations include renovations of old positions along
the parallel, and new gun emplacements.______________________
Fighting up the main highway
from Seoul to Pyongyang United
States troops were halted by
heavy Red mortar and small
arms fire seven miles south of
the Parallel.
With artillery and tank sup-
port the Americans smashed to
within hand grenade distance of
the Communist lines but had not
broken through by nightfall.
Another American patrol en-
tered Slnyu during the day and
was llred upon by Reds holding
the surrounding hills. It is pre-
sumed the patrol withdrew at
dark, according to custom.
American officers estimate a
full Chinese regiment is en-
trenched in the hills guarding
the Pyongyang highway south of
the Parallel.
When South Korean forces ad-
vancing through the hills and
valleys between the east coast
| 'and the mountains were pinned
down by Red defenders a force of
destroyers offshore, including the
USS Massey, blasted the Commu-
nists .
The Navy said: "At the end of
the day the Communist forces
were fleeing to the hills and our
troops were advancing against no
resistance."
Other United Nations forces
slogged forward through ankle-
deep mud to within two to seven
miles of the parallel the rest of
the way across the 140-mile Ko-
rean peninsula.
Superfortresses hit Red troop
concentrations Just north of the
Central Front In a rare night at-
tack.
Balboa Tides
High Low
7:56 a.m. 13.9 ft. 1:48 a.m. 0.8 rt.
8:16 p.m. 14.1 ft. 2:13 p.m. 1.9 ft.
8 Girls Missing
On Florida-Havana
Yachting Voyage
MIAMI, Florida, Mar. 28. (UPj
Eight girls are missing aboard
the 47-foot schooner Tropicair,
long overdue on a voyage to Ha-
vana, Cuba.
The two-masted vessel set out
Saturday from St. Petersburg;
Florida, In the wake of 22 racing
yachts after the girl-manned
Tropicair was denied entry In
the race owing to the crew's In-
experience.
Trie girls said that they and
their male skipper decided to sal.
for the fun of it. Owner-8klpper
Hederman had trained the girls
for six months and did not want
them to miss the voyage.
Denied the yacht club Insignia
the girls hoisted the Rebel flag
as they sailed from St. Peters-
burg.
The Coast Guard sent search
planes and surface vessels
through the Florida Keys this
morning.
Seas have been choppy,
the winds up to 35 m.p.h.
aid
It is thought likely the Tropi-
cair has been taken into harbor
in the Keys, or on the Up of the
Florida peninsula.
She was last' reported late
Mortday north of Key West.
an editorial
President Truman's completely unexpected, unrehearsed and
unscheduled statement In his opening address at the Fourth Con-
ference of Foreign Ministers of the American Republics that
landlocked Bolivia should have a corridor to the sea and a port
on the Pacific Coast of South America merits the highest praise
and commendation.
On the very merits of the subject there can be no question.
In the war of 1879 to 1884, Bolivia lost her coastline to Chile.
Including the port of Antofagasta. Since then this Republic has
been a prisoner of the Andes, having access to the sea only by
means of a railroad to the now Chilean port of Antofagasta.
Today is the age of atomic energy. Jet planes and television.
There are preliminary Indications which would perhaps Justify
its being termed the age of enlightenment, or at least the dawn
of that age. Certainly there can be little Justification for the
continuation of a situation which denies access to the sea to a
member state of the fraternity- of American Republics. This is
all the more true when the means of alleviating that situation
would entail no hardship on the other two countries involved,
Peru and Chile. On the contrary, the proposal supported by
President Truman for the diverting of the waters of Lake Titi-
caca, 14,000 feet up in the Andes for irrigation of the arid Peru-
vian and Chilean lowlands, is one which would convert these
areas into flourishing and richly productive farm lands.
One point about President Truman's proposal is the cour-
ageous. Intensely human and typically American manner In
which he departed from his written transcript and made this
observation from his heart. The press reports describe how he
moved his hands in enthusiastic gestures while speaking, indi-
cating beyond any doubt the sincerity of his words and inten-
tions.
It could well be that Mr. Truman will find his sternest cri-
tics of this departure from the prepared speech, in members of
his own State Department. Because of the hazard It can in-
volve, this is not recommendable as a general practice but the
common man certainly applauds his sincere and down-to-earth
attitude. The principle he advanced is worthy of the support of
the entire Continent.
In this connection, it Is perhaps Justifiable to touch lightly
on another similar problem In the solution of which neither Mr.
Truman nor his Department of State would encounter inter-
national difficulties of any character. The case is that of the
Republic of Panama.
Just as surely as Bolivia lost her ports to Chile by armed
conquest, Panama lost hers by pacific processes to the United
Slates. The ports of Cristobal and Balboa are under the Juris-
diction of the United States by virtue of a treaty entered into
bv Panama with the United States. Nevertheless, it always was
contemplated that Panama should be a beneficiary rather than
a prisoner of the terms of the treaty.
It seems that there can be little point In Panama's tech-
nically having free access to the ports of Cristobal and Balboa
It the beneficial effects of that treaty can be virtually nullified
by onerous provisions and regulations put Into effect by the Pa-
nama Railroad Company, a private corporation owned in its
entirety by the U.S. Government. In the past few months. Ter-
minales Panama, S.A.. a private trucking corporation, after ex-
hausting all other means of securing access to Cristobal piers,
appealed to the Government of Panama for assistance, not only
lor Itself but for all Panamanian firms. The Panamanian Gov-
ernment rightly supported the claim and the matter is now
Dendlng between the two Governments.
It appears that e problem such as the foregoing Involves
the same principle and could be settled with negligible difficulty
compared with what is entailed In the matter raised at the Min-
isters Conference by the U.S. Chief Executive.
President Truman's initiative with respect to Bolivia merits
the highest praise. One can only hope that with the consent
and cooperation of all of the countries involved, the sovereign
republic of Bolivia soon will cease to be a prisoner of the Andes.
Jessup Charges
Red Satellites
Increase Arms
By JOSEPH W. ORIGG
PARIS, Far. 28 (UP). The
United States charged today
that Bulgaria. Hungary and Ru-
mania have built up their ar,-
mles hi excess of peace treaty
limits with the "connivance" of
the Soviet Union.
Speaking for Britain and
France as well as America, Philip
C. Jessup flatly accused Russia
of "conniving with them (the
Balkan satellites) and frustrat-
ing the efforts of the western
powers to enforce the Balkan
peace treaties."
Jessup, Ambassador at Large,
flung the charges at Soviet De-
puty Foreign Minister Andrei A.
Gromyko at the 18th meeting
of the Big Four deputies who
are trying to draw up an agenda
list of topics to be discus-
sed for an East-West Foreign
Flnlsters Conference.
Jessup demanded Inclusion of
a new item on the draft agen-
da, to allow discussion of
breaches of the military and
human rights clauses of the
Bulgarian, Hungarian and Ru-
manian peace treaties.
In Belgrade, meanwhile, an
official Yugoslav communique
said trenches are being dug
on the Bulgarian side of the
Yugoslav Bulgarian frontier
and that Russian officers are
directing the operation. The
communique reported the
statements of 55 Bulgarians
who fled to Yugoslavia during
the past week.
They said Bulgaria was
threatened with famine and
that thousands of Bulgarians
have been moved out of the
capital city of Sofia to make
room for Russians believed t
be members of the Soviet
FVD (secret police.)
This was the first time the
west has asked specifically for
Inclusion of the Balkan treaties
in the agenda, although it has
declared before that the Soviet
satellites are maintaining armies
over peace treaty levels.
The new draft clause reads:
VTreatles of peace with Ru-
mania, Bulgaria and Hungary,
including their provisions on
human rights, their military
clauses and their final clauses
on the settlement of disputes."
Introducing the new ltttn,
jessup charged:
"These treaties have been
systematically and consistently
violated by the governments of
those countries" i
Under the peace pacts signed
In February, 1947, Bulgaria Is
allowed armed forces of 65.000
men, Hungary, 70.00C and Ru-
mania 140,000.
But the western powers have
estimated that the present ar-
med Forces of Russia's Balkan
satellites are at least double
those figures. Their arms and
equipment in large part re-
portedly have been supplied by
the Soviets.
PC Resignations Reveal
Percentage Increase
MACARTHUR AUTHORIZES PARALLEL CROSSING. Gen-
eral of the Army Douglas MacArthur talks with newsmen
during his 14th visit to the Korean front as Eighth Army
commander Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway looks on (at right).
MacArthur revealed that he had authorised Allied forces to
croM the 38th Parallel "If and when its security makes it
tactically advisable."
Wilson Sure Strength
Of US Is Sufficient
New Cancer Drug
Not Available For
General Treatment
CHICAGO. Mar. 28, (UP)
Krebiozen. the new drug for can-
cer patients, is not available for
general treatment, warned Dr.
Andrew C. Ivy, executive director
of the National Advisory Cancer
Council today.
In a preliminary report on
the drug Ivy said that of 29 pa-
tients treated with lt, the can-
cers of two disappeared and
those of most of the others im-
proved.
Krebiozen was discovered- by
Yugoslav Dr. 8teven Durovlc, 46,
now living In Argentina. He did
20 years research on it and pro-
duces the only supplies now a-
vailable. It is,derived from horses'
blood cells.
He distributed a small amount
to a few physicians throughout
the United States for clinical
trial.
Dr Ivy cautioned cancer suf-
ferers against coming to Chicago
In hopes of getting krebiozen
treatment.
GIVE!
Last year your Red Cross
fave emergency relief and
one-term aid In 390 domestic
disaster operations, assisted
223.408 persons. The program,
including long term rehabil-
itation and medical care, cost
$5,054,48*. No one knows where
or when disaster may strike.
Your Red Cross contribution
helps make assistance avail-
able as It is needed.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 (UP).
Defense rnobUtee; Charles 6.
Wilson said yesterday he is con-
fident the United States soon
| will be so strong that Russia
will be afraid to attack, but
warned the battle against in-
flation must still be won.
At hi first news conference
since taking over the mobiliza-
tion reins three stormy months
ago, Wilson said he will Issue
a formal progress report Mon-
day that would frighten him
"If I were a principal enemy
of the United States."
"American now has in sight
j the might that I think will
i forestall any enemy from at-
I tacking us," he said.
Wilson also said there must
i be some control of farm prices
j but refused to say what
I and invited organized labor to
I end its weeks-old boycott of the
! splintered Wage Stabilization
Board. Bill he angrily defended
himself against labor's charge
of Big Business/bias.
"I don't think Big Business
has taken over this program,"
he said heatedly.
i
When a reporter asked why he
kept his stock in General Elec-
tric Co., which he headed be-
lore becoming Defense Mobilizes
Wilson shook his finger at his
questioner and said:
"All right, all right. If there
are many more like you who feel
that way, 141 sell my stock. I
did it in 1943 (when he was
vice chairman of the War Pro-
duction Board) but that would
be a stupid thing to do now.
After all. I have to eat and I
might be here only three
months."
Wilson said he welcomes a
forthcoming congressional in-
vestigation of the tax amortiza-
tion program which permits
business to write off the cost of
new defense facilities for tax
purposes in a shorter time than
normal. The net effect is to n-
duce the taxes of such fines.
As for rising prices, he said,
"We have to lick that problem
too to obtain a full victory."
While there are some "very dis-
couraging signs" on the stabiliz-
ation front, Wilson said, he is
encouraged generally by pro-
gress -in slowing down the In-
flationary spiral.
He flatly refused to say
* ......
Bankruptcy Receiver
Appointed For Atlas
The Third Circuit Court of
Panam today officially declar-
ed the Club Atlas to be bankrupt
and appointed Pedro Vidal Ce-
deo as receiver.
Application for the receiver-
ship was filed by Attorneys
Claudio Cedeo and Victor Flo-
rencio Goytia, who represented
various creditors.
An Inventory will be made, and
the court will receive claims from
all creditors.
whether the administration will
ask Congress to overhaul the so-
called parity provision of the
controls law. This prohibits firm
price ceilings on farm products
until they reach a "fair level"
determined by a legal formula.
Wilson confirmed that top
mobilization officials are study-
ing a proposal to set up a con-
trolled materials plan for scarce
steel, aluminum and copper by
July 1. He said he and other
officials want to be sure it will
not disrupt the civilian econ-
omy too seriously.
Wilson strongly defended his
business background which has
been under repeated attack by
labor leaders who contend they
do not have sufficient voice in
the mobilization program.
"Yes, I came from Big Busi-
ness," he said. "I started in lit-
tle business, went to medium
business and then to Big Busi-
ness."
Wilson was red-faced and
obviously angry as he con-
tinued:
"I'm rroud of lt. I'm not hid-
ing behind lt. I came from I
said from Big Business. But
when I came into the govern-
ment, I became just another
bureaucrat, or whatever you
call lt, and ceased to be Big
Business, Is that straight?"
Visiting Solons
Make Sightseeing
Trip Through (anal
The group of Congressional
visitors who have been visiting
this week on the Pacific side
of the Isthmus took a sight-
seeing trip through the Canal
from Miguel to Gatun today as
guests of the Acting Governor
and Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel.
The visitors transited on the
launch Wolcott, had lunch
aboard the launch and inspect-
ed Gatun Locks early In the
afternoon.
They plan to spend the re-
mainder of their visit on the
Atlantic side of v the Isthmus,
where they will be guests at
the Hotel Washington. They
will leave Friday on the 8.8. Pa-
nama to return to the United
SUtes.
The party Included the fol-
lowing United States Repre-
sentatives: Mrs. Cecil F. Harden,
John V. Beamer, William L.
Springer, Thaddeus F. March-
rowicz, Harold Ostertag, Carl
Albert, Hugh B. Fltchell, Jere
Cooper, Carl T. Curtis, William
E. Filler, Isadore Dollinger,
Louis B. Heller and R. W. Relhl-
man. There were 34 in the group
which transited the Canal In-
cluding the families of the visit-
ing Congressmen.
Representative Llndley Beck-
worth of Texas and his family,
who arrived on the Isthmus
Monday on the S.S. Panama with
the other Congressional visitors,
spent their visit on the At-
lantic side of the Isthmus.
Latin America
Asked To Push
Defense Steps
WASHINGTON, Mar. 28 (UP)
The United States today ask-
ed all American republics to
build up their armed forces ra-
pidly to thwart Moscow's Im-
perialistic designs.
At an emergency meeting of
the military committee of the
current Conference of Foreign
Ministers of 21 American Repub-
lics here the United States of-
fered three resolutions which
proposed all the Republics:
1) Try to strengthen their
armed forces best adapted
for collective defense. (The
Inter-American Defense
Board, composed of air, sea
and land representatives of
all American armed forces
would prepared overall
plans for effective collective
defense).
2) Join through the Unit-
ed Nations in the prevention
and suppression of aggres-
sion in other parts of the
world. (This was an implied
appeal for more Latin Am-
erican support in the fight
to defend South Korea).
3) Make special efforts to
settle their private disputes
peacefully. (United States
officials said they want La-
tin American countries to
Improve their diplomatic re-
lations and relieve tension,
so Latin American armed
forces which now eye each
other across their borders
can be used elsewhere). <
The conference has been split
into three major working com-
mittees Polltlcan and Military
Cooperation, Internal Security
and Emergency Economic Co-
operation.
The overwhelming bulk of re-
solutions for consideration are
in the economic field, where
most countries want assurances
they can get the supplies they
need at reasonable cost.
A number of Latin states co-
sponsored the United States re-
solutions for a military buildup
In the hemisphere and the crack-
down ond Reds.
These countries had high hopes
of getting free American weap-
ons, particularly naval craft and
patrol planes.
United States officials empha-
sized the program does not pro-
pose each Latin country builds
up its own army, navy and air
force. Instead the emphasis is
on "collective security."
The United States Is interest-
ed particularly in preparing
other American Republics to pa-
trol their sea frontiers and thus
relieve the United States of a
chore that tied up 150,000 men
in World War II.
Voluntary separations by employes from the Panama Canal-
Railroad organisation for the final quarter of 1959 more than
tripled those for the similar period in 1949.
From figures obtained today from The Panama Canal, The
Panama American verified that during October, November and
December, 1950 the period during which employes learned that
they had been made subject to U.S. income tax and just before
withholding tax was started voluntary separations from the
service totalled 238. This Is a percentage turnover of 22.13 per
cent, based on a U.S.-rate force average of 4,301 employes.
During the same three-month period in 1949 the voluntary
separations totalled 77, or a percentage turnover of 8.44 per cent
on an average U.S.-rate force of 4,780 employes.
In January and February of
this calendar year, the percent-
age of voluntary separations had
somewhat decreased, although lt
Is still more than double that of
the first two months in 1950.
The figures on voluntary sep-
arations do not include retire-
ments either for age or disabil-
ity, but do Include transfers, res-
ignations and voluntary retire-
ments.
The force, meanwhile has drop-
ped from an average total of 4,679
for the first two months of cal-
endar 1950 to 4,278 for the first
two months of the current cal-
endar year.
For the first two calendar
months of 1950, 31 of the 33 sep-
arations were through resigna-
tions, one by transfer and one by
optional retirement.
In January and February, 1951,
resignations totalled 73, with two
optional retirements during this
same period and no transfers.
Figures for the present month
will not be available until about
Apr. 10.
Voluntary turnover rate for the
Fast three Februarys, shows the
ollowing: Feb. 1949, 4.88 per
cent; Feb. 1950, 3.80 per cent, and
Feb. 1951, 11.97 per cent.
For the last three months of
calendar 1950, resignations were
22668 In October. 56 in Novem-
ber and 102 In December. In ad-
dition to these, to make up ths
above total of 238 for the three-
month period, there were two
transfers, and 10 optional retire-
ments.
October. .
November.
December.
January. .
February,
VOLUNTARY SEPARATIONS, BV MONTHS
Year Total Per Cent Year Total Per Cent
'49
'49
49
50
'50
28
32
17
19
14
II
6.99
8.02
4.30
4.86
3.60
'50
50
50
51
'51
75
60
103
32
43
313
29.85
16.74
28 84
9.05
11.97
French President
Due In Washington
For Gala Welcome
WASHINGTON, Mar. 28 (UP)
French President Vincent Au-
riol will arrive here today to as
sure Congress that France will
fight If Communism unleashes
an armed attack In Western
Europe.
He will be met at Union Sta-
tion by President Harry S. Tru-
man.
Government workers will be
released to line the parade route
from the station to Blalr House.
The route Is decked out in Unit-
ed States and French flags.
Coco Solo Will
Be Reactivated
First Off Week
Apr. 2 has been set for re-
activation of the Naval Air Sta-
tion at Coco 8olo, The Panama
American learned today from
Navy sources.
On that date a simple change
of command ceremony will be
held, with Capt. Lyle L. Koepke
taking over command from
Commander Charles Farwell.
Capt. Koepke has already ar-
rived here. He is well known
locally, having served as chief
of staff of Fleet Air Wing 3 and
acting commandant of the Air
Station from Sept. 23, 1946, to
Oct. 21, 1948.
The coming reactivation was
announced Feb. 23.
New Cars Coming
Minus Spare Tire
DETROIT, Mar. 28, (UP)
General Motors, Chrysler anil
Nash today removed a spare
tire as equipment on all new
automobiles. Other companies
are expected to follow suit soon.
The firms blamed the Im-
pending 25 per cent cut ordered
by the Government in tires and
tubes for new automobiles for
the elimination of the tradi-
tional fifth tire.
Zone Police Captain
Returns From US Trip
Police Capt. B. A. Darden to-
day was back at his desk as Bal-
boa District Commander for the
Zone police. He has been absent
in the United States for the past
several weeks and returned Mon-
day by Panam Line.
During his absence, Capt. Dar-
den was relieved by Capt. Macon
Turner.
MacArthur Asks
UN Directive
TOKYO, Mar, 28, (UP) Gen-
eral Douglas MacArthur will wel-
come a new declaration on policy
from the United Nations, accord-
ing to informed sources here.
They said he has been calling
for a statement clarifying United
Nations alms ever since the Chin-
ese Communists came into til*
war last November.
Pure Water Canned
For Eventual Use
In A-Bombed Areas
NEW YORK, Mar. 28 (UP)
Pure water Is being canned and.
stockpiled for the United States
armed forces and for civilian de-
fense.
The plan Is to provide drink-
ing water for atom bombed areas.
Present production is 100.000
cans dally at a Baltimore plant.
A second plant Is opening soon in
San Francisco.
Sino-Reds Would Dump 500
Jons Of Opium For Addicts
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON. Mar. 28 (UP)
Federal Narcotics Commis-
sioner Harry J. Anslinger said
today Communist China is pour-
ing opium into the world market
and predicted large amounts will
be smuggled Into the United
States by way of occupied Japan.
"Appearing before the Senate
Crime Committee, Anslinger urg-
ed Congress to provide stlffer
Jail sentences and more federal
agents for an intensified crack-
down on the narcotics traffic,
which he said Is leading to In-
creased addiction particular-
ly among "young hoodlums.".
He a.lso proposed special qua-
rantine wards In hospitals to
keep addicts from spreading
their weakness "like smallpox,"
and creation of a central "gal-
lery" of racketeers to help law
enforcement officers control the
drug traffic.
Anslinger related a "distur-
bing" offer by Chinese Reds to
sell 500 tons of opium on the
world market. He called that a
"tremendous" amount, enough
to equal the legitimate medical
needs of the entire world for a
year.
He said large amounts of nar-
cotics have been smuggled from
Communist China to Japan and
"will be coming to the United
States." His agents have already
uncovered traffic in heroin, an
opium derivative, from a labor-
atory in Tientsin, China.
"The Chinese Comsn u n i s t s
should suppress this traffic," he
said.
Anslinger testified that Amer-
ican agents are attacking sources
of heroin In Italy and Turkey.
He said there Is "no evidence*
that Communists in this coun-
try are engaging in the traffic
and If they do "they will find
themselves In jail, very shortly."
But he reported a new "racket"
In which draf-ellglble youths are
claiming addiction to escape in-
duction. He said there have been
"a number" of such cases, and
his agents are working with mi-
litary authorities to stop lt.
Anslinger testified that young
addicts are financing their ex-
pensive habits by criminal acti-
vities, and some spends as much
as $6 to $13 daily on marihuana
and heroin.
In the riast two years, addicts
under 21 at the Lexington, Ky,
government hospital have In-
creased from three to 200.
But he asserted that high
school students are the "excep-
tion," not the rule when lt comes
to addiction.
Anslinger blamed the increase
in the narcotics traffic and ad-
diction chiefly on the fact thai
peddlers get light sentences.


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S.S. Cape Ann ...... ..........................April 22
rrclghl Sailings Weekly from Havana la Cristobal
Weekly Sailing to New York Loa Angelas, San Francisco, Seattle
Occaulonsl Sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers In this service are limited te twelve passenger!)
Frequent Freight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Sails
Cristobal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala__________________Midnight
S.S. Chlrlqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 2
8.8. Chlrlqui ...................................April 16
TELEPHONES:
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FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
3B. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Due Cristbal. March 28th
8.S. "SANTA LUISA"' ............Due Cristbal, April 4th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.8. "SANTA MARIA" ...........Sails Cristbal, April 2nd
8.8. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal, April 9th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "SQUARE SINNER" ...........Due Balboa, April 6th
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ..........Due Balboa, April 12th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" Sails Cristbal, April 5th
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EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Uiplted Number of Passenger Berths 1
TO EUROPE: __ .
MS. Wyoming ............................................ Apr 1 t
SS. Rouen................................................ April II
TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE:
S.S. Vire.................................................. April I
TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST USA.:
M.S. Indochlnois .......................................... April 1
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
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Cristobal: FRENCH LINE, P.O Box 5015 Tel. 3-147S.ft 1811
Panam: LINDO V MADURO. 8 A Box 1*35
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Shipping & AirLine News
Braniff Plan
Branlff Airways has applied
for extension of Its route from
Mexico City, overland to Pana-
m, local officials were notified
this week. The proposed route
would schedule stops at Central
American capitals.
Hearing on the airline's peti-
tion must go before the Civil Ae-
ronautics Board for approval.
Also sought by Branlff are two
other route extensions, both in
the United States. One would ex-
tend Branlff's route from Chica-
go to Detroit. The other would
extend the Une from Kansas City
to Des Moines, Omaha, Roches-
ter, Minn., and to the twin cities
of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Like the Central American pe-
tition, this must also be heard
by CAB.
Lumber, Cargo
With 245,000 board feet of lum-
ber from the West Coast consign-
ed to Panam and the Panam
Canal, the P. & T. Trader berth-
ed late yesterday at Balboa for
discharge. She also has aboarti
450 tons of general cargo con-
signed to the Isthmus.
From Balboa the P. & TT Trad-
er will transit for the Weit In-
dies and South America. Local
agents are W. Andrews.
Congressmen Sailing
The 14 United States Repre-
sentatives and their families who
are now visiting on the Isthmus
are scheduled to return to the
United States Friday on the SB.
Panam, according to the ad-
vance passenger list from the
Panam Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
A total of 132 passengers will
leave on the Panam. The com-
[ilete advance passenger list fol-
ows:
Rep. and Mrs. Carl Albert and
daughter, Mrs. Mary Anderson,
Mrs. Domlnlck Aquila and four
children, Mrs. Freda Avers, Mr.
and Mrs. David N. Bayfess, Rep.
and Mrs. John V. Beamer, Harry
Beckmann, Rep. and Mrs. Lind-
ley Beckworth and four children,
Robert O. Boyan, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward J. Brady and daughter,
and Mrs. Rowena C. Bulluck.
Mrs. Bessie D. Campbell, Jos-
eph Carey, William Carpenter,
Mrs. Virginia K. Christian, Rep.
Jere Cooper. Rep. and Mrs. Carl
T. Curtis and two children, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlton D. Dameron
and daughter, Mrs. Ethel C. Das-
se, Mrs. Rose D. David, Miss Jean
W.. Doble, H. Conrad Dodson,
Rep. and Mrs. Irldore Dolllnger,
Mrs. Lula S. Dudley and Mrs. An-
na J. Dmytryk.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Fend-
er, Mrs. Margaret M. Flnnegan,
George T. Fitzgerald, William C.
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
H. Olassman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Goldstein. Mrs. Leah W. Greene,
Rep. Cecil M. Harden, Frost R.
Harden, Frank A. Hartman, Rep.
and Mrs. Louis B. Heller and.two
children and Reed E. Hoppens,
Jr.
Doris Hutchison. Mrs. Evelyn
I. Johnson, Mrs Irene E. John-
son, Mrs. Martlne Kane, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle A. Kent, Mrs. Sue Kin-
back, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Llon-
ti. Rep. Thaddeus M. Machrow-
lcz. Mrs. Marchrowlcz and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Main, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ma-
nush, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margo-
lis, Robert W. Maynard, Miss
Marguerite McClenaghan, Mrs.
MiU of SAL
TICA
Always keep gentle
SAL HEPTICA
- the laxative that suits
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't feel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your day.
SAL HEPTICA brings
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
Antacid SAL HEPTICA
feveetens a sour stomach.
lone McLavy, Rep. and Mrs. Wil-
liam E. Miller and Rep. and Mrs.
Hugh B. Mitchell.
Rep. and Mrs. Harold C. Oster-
tag, Mr. and Mrs. Amadeo Pa-
rine, Mrs. Ltella G. Pilkerton, Mrs.
Edna H. Plumer, Mr. and Mrs. R.
S. PoTher and two children, Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Rhodes and
son and Rep. and Mrs. R. Walter
Rlehlman and Royce.
John Sadowskl, Mrs. Judy C.
Schlerenbeck, Carl N. Schmalz,
George Y. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Shapiro, Arnold E. Shrove,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silver, Mrs.
Rachael 8mlth and Mrs. Mildred
R. 8omers.
Rep. and Mrs. William L.
Springer, William B. Turpln and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Jan van Der
Zee, Mrs. Earl T. Van Sciver and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Whyte and son, Mrs. Anna Wil-
son and William B. Wray.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
HOLDEN, Lester Mitchell, 24,
of Tortugero, Puerto Rico, for-
merly of GossvlUe, Ark., to RE-
YES, Nelly Asuncion, 22, of Pan-
ama. _____
RADCLTFFE, Rufus Barton, 39,
of La Boca, formerly of Puerto
Limon, OR., to AROSEMENA,
Hilda E., 43, of Panama.
_____ Births
MAXWELL, Mr. and Mrs. Ri-
cardo, of Buena Vista, son, Mar.
23, Colon Hospital.
McCALLA Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
non, of Sliver City, daughter,
Mar. 25, Colon Hospital.
TUTCHER, Cpl. and Mrs. Tin-
man C, of Fort Clayton, son, Tlll-
man C, Jr., Mar. 10, Clayton Hos-
pital.
1 SOLANO, Pfc and Mrs. Juliano,
of Fort Kobbe, daughter, Mary
Leona, Mar. 20, Clayton Hospital.
McDERMOTT, Sfc and Mrs.
John R., of Fort Clayton, son,
Stephen Albert, Mar. 21, Clayton
Hospital.
RUSSELL, Lt. and Mrs. Chas.
P., of Fort Amador, daughter,
Easter Darlene, Mar. 23, Clayton
Hospital.
KAM, Sgt. and Mrs. William, of
Fort Clayton, daughter, Elizabeth
Maria, Mar. 23, Clayton Hospital.
WEBSTER, Sgt. and Mrs. Fred,
of Fort Kobbe, daughter, Cindy
Quay, Mar. 25, Clayton Hospital.
Deaths
GARCIA, Richard, seven days,
of Colon, Mar. 24, Colon Hospital.
. JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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Pats
Pasa
Pass
Opening load K
When four spades was bid a-
galnst him In today's nanu, .. --t
took lt as a personal afiron Ho
could hardly believe his ear*.
he doubled with vim, vigor, and
vitality. The outcome took a lit-
tle of the starch out of him.
West opened the kind of dia-
monds and shifted to the king of
clubs on seeing the dummy. He
then sat back, wondering how
many tricks he could collect be-
sides a trump, two or three
hearts, and perhaps a club or
two.
Declarer won the second trick
with dummy's ace of clubs and
toyed with the Idea of leading the
jack of spades lust in case East
had both of the missing spades
and happened to be foolish
enough to cover the Jack. He fin-
ally decided that West probably
had a trump trick and that even
if East had both of the missing
trumps, he would play low and
therj would be a terrible guess.
Hence declarer returned a club
from dummy and ruffed In his
own hand. Next he laid down the
ace of spades, hoping to catch the
king. When that card failed to
drop, he ruffed a diamond in
dummy and ruffed a club to re-
turn. He then ruffed his last dia-
mond In dummy and ruffed dum-
my's last club. This eliminated
clubs and diamonds from bota
the South and the North hand.
With the stage thus set, South
led a trump and gave the lead u>
West. That worthy was then
hooked. If he led the last dia-
mond, dummy would ruff while
South discarded a heart. If West
returned a heart. South would
easily make two tricks In that
suit.
TERRY
STORY WITH A MORAL
ALLEY OOP
New DriverCaution!
By V. T. HAMILV
BOOTS AND HER BDDIB8
News
By EDGAR MARTIN
CAPTAIN EA8Y
Waiting
By LESLIE TURNER
rSH& STVMJiTN
US EVER SINCE!
BUT I CANT see
H0WHC60THK
O WPS W'A IN
TIPLEV hAU!!
HEV.LOOK
VIC FLINT
How Yon Doing, Hyacinth?
By MICHAEL O'MALLEI
MERE A UTTLE LES0ON **
JUC*5 POKTOUPft/ r


WEDNESDAY, MARCH S, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREK
So You Want To Be A Lock Operator ?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Just a fw days ago, after
a period during which it appeared to have been
relegated to the position of a neglected step-child,
the Panam Canal suddenly crashed back into thu
international news limelight with' President Tru-
man's. Executive Order requiring that special pre-
cautions be taken to safeguard this vital waterway
against sabotage and other violent and subversive
acts.
Below s the story of the man who manipulates
the brain of the robot and who could put the Canal
out of commission merely by losing his nerve or
failing to respond in an emergency.
No attempt has been made to rewrite this
story. It is told in the words of a public-spirited
Canal worker who devoted many long hours to writ-
ing it out painstakingly in pencil. He does not claim
to be a scholar or a writer but our opinion is that
he has done a most commendable piece of work in
the effective manner in which he has presented the
story the story of a job which under 50 men in
the entire world are qualified to fill.
By MR. JONES
Here on,the Canal Zone and in
the Republic of Panama, we
should be more aware of the lm -
portanee of The Panama Canal
than any other group of people
In the world.
But, day after day, as thou-
sands of tons of shipping pass
through with millions of dollars
worth of cargo, we seem to set-
tle down, each m his own little
niche, to perform our duties in
a more or less routine manner,
and we become oblivious to our
own importance and to the im-
portance of The Panama Canal
to the world.
The reason for our attitude Is
thai we all have had years of
training In our respective posi-
tions and have become profes-
sional We are able to perform
our duties with such efficiency
that many of us regard our Jobs
as "Just another day's work."
For some months past we have
been hearing of a Job classifi-
cation project, and In some ca^es
Individuals have been appointed
co write up a Job description for
their respective groups.
This Is to be used in the pro
House Operator, you will win a
$26.00 per month raise In pay.
You will get out of a lot of oil,
grease, and red lead, and be abie
to wear clean clothes than over-
alls most of the time. The .ub
looks pretty sweet to you.
In the morning when you re-
port, the Chief gives you some
oooks of diagrams and informa-
tion pertaining to Control House
equipment with which you will
have to acquaint yourself.
When you have read the books,
you will be watching the operator
on duty who. though paying
strlet attention to everything
around him, seems to be covering
his side of the 52 ft. bench board
without undue effort.
You are assigned a certain
operator for schooling (Let us
call him Mr. Jones.) You find
Jones Is working the 3 to 11 shift.
You report to Jones the next
afternoon and take over about
2:50 pjn.
There is a Northbound in ilw
upper level, the water Just start-
ing up in the chamber. You
have two more Northbound
The control board at Gatun Looks, a miniature replica of the
locks themselves, is inspected here by former Gov. J. C.
Mehaffey and the then-secretary of the Army Kenneth C. "
Roy all. (Panama Canal photograph)
That ship is throwing a lot of Telephone Operator: "Put an-
cordance with their Importance.
The procedure seems to be fair
enough.
Wnether a Job comes under
'Classified" or "Wage Board;" a
aro.'.n cnnld be placed in some
comparable category and
thiough the use of previously
compiled graph*-or charts, etc..
a raie of pay Is calculated.
It seems that the'only chance
of an error in rating a Job is If
a Job "which cannot be com-
paiea" presents itself to the re-
cli"--iflcation board.
Take that statement "a Job
which cannot be compared" *ith
a grain of salt If you cannot be-
lieve It In its entirety, but let us
agree that such a Job must oe a
rare and important one.
The Panama Canal was built
primarily, to transit ships from
one ocean to the other. Being a
"lock type" canal, It Is necessary
always to keep the Locks hi
operating condition. This re-
quires a force of highly-trained
men.
It is also necessary to have a
highly trained- force of Marine
Division Pilots. The importance
of their positions is beyond de-
bate.
water.
"Now close this one. Knock
your Interlock over... Count ten
then close this one. Enter uja
clearance time on these two
sheets here; also enter this snip
we are going after, she'll be ar-
riving in a minutie or so. Here's
all the dope on the blackboard,
but check your tape from time
to time to make sure It's right.'"
Answering Lockmaster's All:
Operator Jones Open up."
"Close this interlock handle.
. . Now come down here .
Give the bridge a signal to open
with thlr. switch. Put the handle
on the red target. Let It came
back easy; It's a spring return
type switch.
Watch this lamp there, It
lit. That shows the bridge oper-
ator got your signal. Check tne
borders as they go down.
"In faot, you will have to learn
to check everything from up here
so that you can notify the Lock-
master on the Instant of any
holdup or failure, so he can lie
a ship up if necessary and assign
men to rectify the situation.
When that red light went on it
meant the bridge had opened live
feet."
To Ticker Tape boy: "Arrive
this Northbound at 3:19."
"Your bridge is open over half
way: drop the chain. Set vour
other cone on. Put a red flag c\ut.
Ring the Lockmaster so I can
give him a chance to get his ex-
tra men. Ring the main gate."
To Lockmaster: "O p e a t o r
Jones Your next ship is an
eight car. Gas, North."
To Gate Guard: "Operator
Jones The next Northbound
ship Is a Gas ship no smoking
no open fires, check."
And back to the understudv:
"You're going to get a crack on
Jones Valves 430 t 431, are
out of service .. fuses pulled.'
"Here close down 412 & 413 and
get ready to turn those cylindrical
valves over. Your South gates aro
cracked .. come down here .
Knock the interlock off, open the
gates both together, that's It ..
Close down the center wall rising
stem valves.
"Set your arrow Tie up. Now!
get back to your North gates, they
are cracked. Knock the inter-
lock off. open all four, these two
first, O.K. Now drop your chain.
"What time did 412 & 413 hit
bottom? Be sure you give them
plenty of time or you'll get a slop
over. You ought to be all ritiht
now.
"Close your cylindrical valves,
count them as they turn green,
O.K. Open up the other ten.
"Now. come down here and
close these Walt until thev rre
all green, then crack one like I
showed you. Did you check tne
red lights on the upper.set?
"We will have a couple of min-
utes before that ship clears. I
have to make out a Hold card for
430 &-431 valves, we put out of
service.
"While I am doing this you
might look over this 8pillway
board setup. 'Here's a Spillway
Log book where we record our
openings. That other board Is
our exterior lights and Indication
on the 2,300-volt feeders.
Watch Lake
"We have fb watch the Lake
pretty close. It would be serious
Controlled from the tower above, the great gates in the foreground are part of the intricate'
machine which is the Panama Canal. In the near chamber of Miraflores locks, above, is thai
SS Brazilian Prince: in the far chamber is the new Zealand Shipping Line's Rangiioto.
(Official Panama Canal photo);
your pates, don't ever miss this j to leave a Spillway gate open too
one. Knock the Interlock off.
Step out here... Se them crack?...
Come on, open these two both
together ... Now close down your
side and center wall rising stem
valves .. Now drop the chain ...
Now step outside and watch to be
sure there Is no failure... There's him at 4:06.
long and probably worse not* to
open one when the Lake Is luo
high. Here put these on the
handles 430 c 431."
To Lockmaster: "Operator
Jones Chamber clear."
Aside to Ticker tape boy. "Clear
the Dispatchers phone ringing
. .. wait a minute."
ships to come and eight South-
cess of regarding these Jobs, and bound. Jones will probably in- irrow"straight" up""the ship'lias
to establish a rate of pay in ac- '
leaving you a total of eigHt.
It is impossible for you to
realize the tension and sense of
responsibility under which you
are now about to work, but try to
remember that you are operating
millions of dollars worth cf
equipment, and that any fa^e
move you would make could b*HS
very costly error. We will rfow as-
sume that "Mr. Jones" takes
c/er.
shin ywlTketh?wo30locOka5ae3S0 al"ad/ paMed> Lel's lhe
" rest of our bookeeping down on
those two sheets; you won't have
to operate until your ship gets
by the chain. While you're up
here close those two side wall
valves.
"Watch the other ODerator. H-e
Is giving you the upper set of
cylindrical valves. Notice how lie
To Dispatcher: "Opero or
Jones: A Doctor taking a man
off this Tanker, check."
To telephone operator:
'Ring the Lockmaster."
To Lockmaster: "Operator
Jones. A Doctor Is going to take
a man off your next
bound."
To telephone operator: "Get
me the main gate."
To Guard: "Main gate?
Operator Jones There Is an
ambulance on its way out here,
"Here raise the chain . Now
close these two first. Remember
that stagger I showed you. ^et
these gates get a good start. Now
close this one . count ten
slowlynow close this one. Enter
that clearance time on the
sheets, 4:06.
"While the mules are running
back after the next one, von il
North- I have about ten minutes to attend
to any of nature's-calls If it is
necessary. You don't get much
chance to leave the board while
you're making a lockage.
"There's a phone in the rest
room if anyone wants you. Here
It was noticed that a student wrong handle at the wrong time
operator placed his knees and
lower thigh against the side of
the bench board as' If to g1 ve
physical and moral support to nil
trembling being. The cuff of hia
trousers was shaking like an
aspen leaf In the wind. He did
not make the grade.
Another man, while using a
telephone, could not pay atten-
tion to his operating at the same
time When his attention was
called to the resultant situation,
he actually "froze." It was sec-
onds before he could drop the
telephone.
Another man, explaining to me
a situation of exceptional stress
admitted that he finally brone
Jown and cried.
Try to imagine what a beating
his whole nervous system will
take, if an operator throws .he
a Doctor will take a man off tne close this interlock. Run down
next ship coming up."
"Don't forget to make a nota-
tion of that on your locka e
sheets.when they take that ma.i
Xhese two valves."
You're Just Starting
Let's get away from "Mr. Jones."
He Is going to be pretty busy for
Responsibility Plus
I am now going to make an ef-
fort to present to you a picture
of the responsibilities of a group
of men ... six or seven of them
on each Locks . who, when on
duty, cannot for a moment, re-
lax their vigilance or lose sight
of the Importance of their every
operation without courting dis-
aster and destruction.
One moment's lack of care
could cause great loss of life and
put the Canal'out of commission.
These men are the Control
House Operators. Each of tticm
has been at least eight or ten
years in the electrical trade be-
fore he can be rated as Class "A"
and hired on the Locks.
He then will have to work ten
or twelve years, without a breik
in service, as Locomotive Oper-
ator and Tunnel Operator before
he can qualify for a chance to
become a Control House Oper-
ator.
The men who so qualify on this
Job have to have some additional
qualification over and above the
fact that they have put in twenty
years at the electrical trade anil
abo "know the locks."
There have been fine electric-
ians connected With the Locks
lorce who have worked up to Si -
pervisory positions and who re-
fused even to try to qualify In
the Control House.
Many very good men have
failed to qualify, and that is
nothing to their discredit. Be-
sides being considered good at h:s
trade, a man must be able to
concentrate on what he Is about
to do at every moment and com-
mand coordination that enables
him to operate with split-seccnd
timing.
How They "Break In"
I am going to ask you to
visualise yourself as being an
employe of the Locks, who has
Just been notified by the Super-
vision to report to the Control
Hovse to "break in.''
Von are around 38 or 40 yrs of
g&e and have been wai'lng Ijr
this chance for a If- ig time.
It you qualify as a Control
The Take Off
"Watch this stack here and
when the water comes up to
within a half-foot of equalizing
with this stack here, close down
these rilrii s'pm valves, so we
can turn the center wall culvert
over to the other operator for his
ship.
"OJC., here It Is, pull Llls
handle to you, shove the other
one away iron, you; That's it.
"Now watch for a crack en
these gate3. These lights will go
Out when she cracks. You'll nave
to be snappy on this, because
your South gates are going to
crack about the same time.
"There's your crack. Open too
guard gates first . Turn this
interlock handle . That's it;
now open these gates .. Now do
the same on these.
"Come on fast, your valves
have Just seated; check the sec-
ond hand on the clock and give
them one minute '. Come here,
d'.op the chain . That's it.
"Now come down to the South
end, your lower gates are crack-
ed. Knock that lnterloc off. now
open your gates . Swell, close
tnese two valves here. Now et
your arrow Tie up.
"Now come up to the other
end . la your minute up? Close
these ten cylindrical valves;
count the Indicating lights s
they turn green .. .K___Open
the ten on the other side.
"You are going high to low;
you can open them up. Check the
lights; see that they all turn red.
Come down here now and get ihe
South set . close the ten on
your side .. When the lights &11
turn green Just crack one on the
other side; you are going "low to
hign."
"Here let me show you . .
When your light goes out put the
handle in the off position quick.
cracked that one?
"Gut your bookeeping done?
Let'j see where your ship Is. Just
coming over the chain. That's
your entering time 3:26. Enter
that on those two sheets also.
"Take over these cylindrical
valves; count them as they turn
red. He's opening up over theie.
off. The Lockmaster is about ro, seven more hours,
give' you a signal . There it You have made one complete
is . Come here . Raise your 'ockage without mishap. Every
chain first. Watch that stack ... I move. In its proper sequence, but
Walt until your surge hits oot-
tom. it's dropping now. here fasL,
close all lour, these two first
qufek!
"Knock this interlock off. Put
this one half way . That's
swell. These gates weight 640
tons each, if you don't get them
right, they will shake the whole
He's closing the center, wall rising Control House."
stem valves. When his gates ge! \ Toa tunnel operator: "Operator
good start, take the South set
oi cylindrical valves right acro-s.
the water Is low on both sides.'
To Lockmaster: "Operator
Jones Close the bridge and
raise the chain."
"Put your bridge switch over
on green . Here . raise tne
Jones, You want the tow track
south of 779? Well, second call Is
after their last ship now. You
can have the track when it clears.
Call me when you put It out of
service."
"How are your gates coming,
chain .. The gates are open on oh- on- clos this Interlock . .
the other side now, take over steP down here fast. Open these
these cylindrical valves, count lwo now Bet those two."
them as they turn red, now close I "Operator Jones, Ready for
the ones on the other side." water and gates are clear."
To Lockmaster:, "Operator I "Here set your arrow "stand
Jones Close the gates." off" wlUe you're spilling. Now
"O.K.. Close these cates. Naw come UP nere. open these fWo,
check your stacks ... Notice here now tnose two, cock this imer-
you have a plus 4 ft., tide and iiock handle. That's swell.
54 feet of water in the lake. ( "Don't think I'm rushing you
That's too much water. you have to be kind of snappy on
Do you get It?
Here Operator Jones answers
the telephone: "Operator Jones
(he repeats his own name for
Identification purposes.) Yes,
tnJ last North la an eight car
Job. and.you'U pick up an elgnt
car South when it clears."
Now he returns to his under-
study: "Pay particular attention
to the cylindrical valves. They
can get you Into trouble. Most of
your spouts and slop overs are
caused by faulty operation of the
cylindrical valves."
Chamber Clear
Here he talks by phona to the
Lockmaster: "Operator Jones-
Chamber clear."
Now back to his understudy:
"Open those ten up... Go ahead
. .. I'll count the lights . Now
come up here ... O.K., Raise tne
chain."
(Aside to Ticker Tape boy-
'Clear that ship at 3:0."
"Here, close these two gates
firs'. We have to stpgger these to
make it easier on the motors.
"Put this switch In the ooen
position, then put these 'two
handles in the closed position.
That releases the interlock, but
you: valves remain open. You
have to solll ef~ht fret of water
to sea or you would flood the
lowe. level. i
To Lockmaster: "Opera; or
Jones ready for water."
"O.K., Close this Interlock ano
step up here ... Now, open the-.e
two side wall and these two
cenlf r wall rising stem valves
Knock this Interlock off.
"Now step out here and watch
for a crack on the guard gai It only takes about half a mi i-
ute. There it Is. come in here,
open this gate and when it is
about one third open, get the
other one.
"You see, when you're using
the center wall culvert, the water
runs out of the chamber faster
than it runs out of the space be-
tween gates. That sets up a head
against the mitre of the guard
gates arid causes quite a strain on
the struts. You have to be rlflit
here to release that strain.
"Check your stacks . th.;e
two . when the total equals
514 feet, we'll put that master
switch in the close position
again . O.K., now 1 the time.
. . That's got It.
"See those valves starting
down? You will still lose one and
one-half feet of water while they
are going down. I want you to
equalize at 25 feet, while you are
breaking in.
"Don't ever let your mind
wander, while you are spilling to
sea especially when you are on
a Southbound. You have to waste
your excess water or flood the
lower level, but if you forget
what you're doing you mlgnt
drydock a ship."
Aside in answer to Tick r
nis. You have a little time to
relax now though. It will tike
about seven more minutes to fill
the chamber. When you hear that
ring, that's the Dispatcher's call
for this Locks."
"To dispatcher: "Operator
Jones Sure we'll be ready fo
you must bear in mind that it
will be some time befort you can
take over all the duties of an
operator with the proficiency of
our "Mr. Jones."
You operated valves which
weigh over 11 tons each. Gates
weighing 750 and 640 tons each.
You sent over 25,000.000. gal-
lons of water rushing through
two culverts, each, 18 feet in
diameter, onto a snip.
When operating equipment cf
such magnitude, one has to Le
right There are over 150 switch-
es and 96 motor driven indicators
on this board. It takes a. minimum
of 86 operations to complete one
lockage ... If certain valves aro
set against you, this number con
be raised to 130 operations.
A conservative average would
be 100 operations. From the ar-
rival of a ship to its clearance
'ime is less than 50 minutes.
This means that you are aver-
aging over two operations per
minute, plus your telephone ra.'ls
(there are only twelves phones in
the room) and other duties.
(Taking all this into considera-
tion even the greatest unbeliever
would have to admit that the
Control House Operator has to be
on his toes.
How To Live Dangerously
Selecting at random the statis-
tics covering a four week period,
it was found that there had been
Cristbal ROTC Will
Parade For Atlantic
Side Organizations
Atlantic Side organizations
will be honored by the cadet
battalion of the ROTC at Cris-
tobal High School tomorrow
morning at 10:15.
They are organizations which
will present awards to the-ca-
dets at their first annual
Awards Ball.
The organizations being re-
presented are both Atlantic side
posts of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, The Elbert S. Wald Amer-
ican Legion Post, The Atlantic
Chapter of the Reserve Officers
Association. The Naval Reserve
Officers (RONS, and B. P. O.
Elks Lodge No. 1542.
The ceremony In Mount Hope
Stadium will consist of a bat-
talion parade in which the ca-
dets will pass in review for the
representatives of the organiza-!
tlons being honored.
Mr. E. L, Slocum, will present
a streamer to Company "D,"
commanded by Cadet Captain j
Raymond Pinto, for the best
marksmanship record in the
Cristobal battalion; and another
streamer to Company "E." com-
manded by Cadet Captain Rich-
ard Sullivan, for winning the
"Best All Around Company"!
competition.
It could happen in a matter of
seconds.
These men also do their own
maintenance, and on account of
the compactness of the Installa-
tion of the control equipment un-
der the board, the changing, re-
placing and adjusting of this
equipment can be considered as
"working on hot stuff."
Most of the Control House
Operators are qualified Lock-
master and all have acted In tnls
capacity. They are proud of be-
ing Control House Operator.
There may be a reason for that.
When they are on duty a great
amount of responsibility is
placed upon them, but to com-
pensate them for carrying this
load they get that additional
per. month.
"Due to the occasional pre-
sence of visiting dignitaries, they
do not work any more In their
undershirts. No more heavy work
shoes, no more overalls. The drss
shoes cost a few dollars more, th
white shirts, a few dollars moie,
plus a few dollars more per
month for the laundry. A i'.Se
more goes out for retirement,
and a great deal more for in-
come tax."
This then, In capsule form, Ms
the story of the life of a Con-
trol House Operator of The Pa-
nama Canal.
It is the story of the man who
can put the largest ocean liners
and battle wagons through tfa
locks safely and expedltlousty,
or who can fall to meet an emer-
gency and wreck them.
It is the story of the Job whleh
has no basis of comparison with
any other Job in existence a
fob which fewer than 50 men In
the entire world are competent
to fill.
And strangely enough. It could
easily be the story of your nejtt
door neighbor...
4
Don't mitt Felix9 famous
'ofl ?h*1iuC.,.ear thls one ~*boul '> 6Joc"kage"s."This'numberUisT: it
exceptional. There had been five
Control House Operators on du'y
covering these 28 days.
On a basis of the above figures
it can be seen that each operator
Extra Hasardous
"While you are resting get vour
bookeeping done for this next
th ?J!Ek,XHC'Up here on -
I uiis sheet down here on this one. in that period threw 9 "20
p\ .. s a nazai"dous "C" grade switches. And every operation
i must be right. One single error
could be tremendously costly or
even fatal.
One of the most natural opera-
%? Z&ET** Ba"K,',- i;lv<- me the tunnel operator
car. Gas O.K.* West wall "
Orders to Ticker Tape boy an:. I To Tunnel operator: "Operator
To a tunnel operator: "Oper-
ator Jones You want to work
se"t 43fl*l? We are using that
; ? S an chanKe ver if: tions Is putting a fork into on. s
you nave to have them, O.K.. Ill, mouth. Try It 2.430 times a weex
h bl?' | And if you want to create an
, . 7 down 46 & 437. atmosphere of nervous tension
wait nnn, !k use the other Ml throw tne l0rk awav aid tart
wait until they go all the way-eating with a straight razor
^n,J n open 430 ** 431 K I Some of the highest Officials
come down under the board with In The Panama Canal, In describ-
ir,,! ,w vou where to P"11 U:e ln the control board, charac-
juses on them .. When you get terized it as. 'the key to he
voueifC^,i.TSnt,tofarn"la,'ize whole tnln" or "the nerve
yourself with the layout under center."
tw i n, 1 -' connection with the demo-
q k i. -M0 feet of tunnel ln tk>n of a Control House Operator
k?'.' .w pul lne machines in. | at one time. I have been told t!.at
in lre,i8 only 52 fet oi board one of the highest ranking ex-
io pack the control equipme.it, ecutives of the Canal made this
Evle.rv.tnntf i so compact you I statement: Quote a Control
may tnink some of It is hiding on j House Operator must be infalllole
v ,uj. I unquote.
maiSrf 2*" ;8ee th08e f lses I d dld not creat* man ln tnat
,n2^rt ?"P & 431_p? P''i, form. At least there Is undeniaole
inem. aee those other two on proof that a Control House
your right marked Q? Pull them.
LeU get back upstairs ; . I want
to show you where to record put
ting those valves out of service.
"Every time any piece of equip-
ment is put in or out of service,
write all data down on this sheet
here "
Aside to telephone operator:
Engineering Bureau
Cops Safely Award
For Month of Feb.
Wlnnine the Bureau Honor
Roll Award for the best safety
record during February was the
Engineering and Construction
Bureau. It was the second time
during this fiscal year that the
Bureau has won the award, the
current issue of "Safety Zone"
stated.
Division Honor Roll Awards
went to the Building, Electrical,!
Municipal. Sanitation and Fotor
Transportation Divisions.
This month's award to the |
Municipal Division, the fifth re-
ceived by that unit during the
present fiscal year, places it ln
the same "league leading" posi-
tion as the Railroad Division,
which has also been accorded
the Division Honor Roll Award
five times since July 1, 1950.
Only two Canal-Railroad bu-
reaus had worse safety records
during the month of February
than that recorded for the en-
tire organization during its best
safety year.
End-of-the-Month
REDUCTIONS
on all DRESSES in stock
over 30 Days
... and BIG SAVINGS
on those in stock be-
yond that time !
Evening Gowns
COCKTAIL DRESSES
CASUAL SPORT

COTTON FROCKS
. TRAVEL SUITS
Some Dresses
REDUCED
AS LOW AS. .
5
00
AT BOTH STORES
MAIN STORE
No. 21 Central Avenue
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and during noon hour
BRANCH STORE
No. 6 Tivoli Avenue
Operator has an extremely lm
portant position and I know of
no other job with which to com-
pare It.
Dramatic Tension
In endeavouring to illus'rale
the tension under which a Con -
trol House man works I have in-
tentionally made a conservative'
resentation. I could cite many
/"mi'les to dramntlM his cas'i
For Instance"ou one occasion
IMPROVE YOUR .
PUBLIC SPEAKING!
Do you lack con/idence
when speaking before others?
Take the practical 10-week
course by professional speech
teacher which begins April 3.
Enrollment limited to six on-
ly. Weekly classes at 7:3d p.m.
|12. per course.
Private instruction also avail-
able at $1.50 per lesson.
Hours arranged.
Foreign accents also corrected.
Apply to Ida Mykland. Box
795. Balboa, or Tel. Bal. 335
or Pan. 3-3360.
LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT
DIAMONDS
(Number Eight of a Series)
IAMONDS played an important
part during th days of Hroldry
when knight! had their coart of arms
reproduced in precious lionet. Tha
knight, before going into battle, presented this
symbol of undying affection to his lady-fair. Wo
see th#s chivalric gestures today when young
man ge their girls their diomond-itudded fra-
ternity pins. -^*


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. lfSI
Kentucky Crushes Kansas State In NCAA Finals
Illinois Wins Consolation
Tilt Over Oklahoma A. &M.
MIAMI BEACH.How much will Theodore Samuel Williams
liftp the Red Sox this year? He fractured his left elbow in the
AH-Star tame last summer and ha* not been taking: his full cut
with regularity In the spring frolics, but there is competent
! assurance no permanent disability exists. If this is so he should
.'-continue as the game's greatest hitter.
i This Is tho one phase of the game in which the Unhappy
- Warrior cannot be faulted. For nine years his over-all average Is
-W. Four times he's topped the league. In '41 he hU .406. the
, ..fust American Leaguer to reach the Olympian heights since Har-
'. ry Hellmann's .403 in '23. Only DIMagglo (J) has out-homered
K
m and he's been around three years longer.
Assuming the fracture has knit properly, Williams' bat will,
as in the past, be a trenchant factor in the Red Sox attack.
1 But just how much It will Influence the final result Is a question.
It is a quet t n because while the Red Sox are perennial fa-
- Voriies they seldom win. To be specific, they've won but once
with Williams in the lineup and that was in '48.
It would obviously be unfair to blame the repeated failures
entirely on Williams when for the most part, he was murdering
enemy pitching. It must be conceded, too. that no matter how
superior the star he cannot be expected to shoulder the whole
...load. There were times the Yankees failed dspite the Ruthian
-blast.
But the big man on your team is supposed to do more than
tilt or pitch or make the impossible play. He must be a source of
l:i.plratlon. There must be something about him that stirs the
"lesser players to greater effort, molds a unity of team spirit.
endows the club with heroic character. This the Red Sox have
not had. This Williams seems Incapable of doing.
Three More CCNY Basketball Players
Arrested For /Fixing' Several Games
Cards To Pass Up
'52 Spring Games
At Miami Stadium

PAMPERING WAS A MISTAKE
A fellow can go only the way he's gatted and maybe Wil-
liams was never meant to do it any other way. I've always
thought, though, that if he had been handled differently when he
first came up he might have had a happier, even a more bril-
lunt career. Joe Cronin, who managed the Red Sox then, made
fue mistake of catering to his whims. At least, infallible hind-
sight suggests it was a mistake.
If memory Is faithful only one fine has ever been slapped
on Williams, a trifling one for not running out a hit In Boston,
and there is no record he was ever dressed down in the Dutch
uncle tradition of the forceful manager. Largely he's been on his
Own. played the game his way and for his own alms.
8T. PETERSBURG, Fla., Mar.
28 i UP'-The St. Louis Cardinals
served notice yesterday they do
not intend to return to Miami for
1952 spring exhibition dates with
the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Cardinal owner Fred Salgh cit-
ed poor attendance at thrpe
week-end games there with the
Pliillies and Brooklyn Dod.itis,
which drew a total of 12,690 fan.-.
to Miami Stadium.
"We can do better than Inai
plaving in St. Petersburg," Salgh
said.
A factor was the heavy travel
expense involved. The Red BlrJs
chartered a large four-engincd
plane for the trip and were quar-
tered at one of the leading Miami
Beach hotels.
The Cards have two 1952 game's
scheduled against the Dodgers at
their Miami base-
NEW YORK, Mar. 28 (UP) District Attorney Frank
Hogan last night announced that three more City College
of New York basketball players have been arrested on
charges of accepting bribes for the "fixing" of three games
in which they participated last year.
They are Irwin Dambrot, Norman Mager and Herb
Cohen. Dambrot and Mager were members of the team
which swept the National Invitation Tournament and the
NCAA, play-offs last year. Cohen, a member of this
year's team, also played on last year's squad.
Exhibition
Results
Phoenix. Arizona
White Sox 000 000 0000
0
0
Kretlow. Oumpert and Masi;
Morgan. Ostrowski and Berra,
Courtney.
Instead of mellowing. Williams seems to grow more Irritable I Yankees 000 031 OOx4 11
arrd sensitive as the summits begin to fade. His recent outburst
dt'temper when he spat at fans In Tampa and walked imperious-
ly from the plate to the dugout, without taking a step toward
first, after hZting a bounder to the pitcher, was added evidence
of,hls mental turmoil.
- True, this was a meaningless exhibition game played in the
*sand before scattered hundreds but it was something your real big
r leaguer Just doesn't do. One of ihe primary laws of the game Is
to "run everything out.'' Williams has never seemed to realize he
has an obligation to the fans, who support him in a luxury he
wouldn't have known otherwise. '
Like Joe> McCarthy, who is trying to forget it all on his farm
outside Buffalo, the new manager. Steve O'Neill, has decided it's
toe late now to attempt a reconversion job. No disciplinary action
was taken against Williams for his Tampa dignities. Diplomat-
ically. O'Neill says: "I wasn't looking at the time. I didn't see It."
And lie adds: "Williams must say one thing to the reporters and
another to me. He's never told me he doesn't want to play
down here."
Albrook Edges Houston
3-2; Buffalos To Meet
All-Service Stars Today
Miami (13 innings)
A's COO 310 300 110 09 14 4
Bums 010 000 60P 110 1-10 10 2
Robinson. Hoyle. Hrabc7ak and
Tlpton: Newcombe. Voiselle and
Campanella. Edwards.
BOSTON WINS WITHOUT HIM
,. There is dreamy hope in the Red Sox camp that If Williams
i.fci*aks fast this spring he may go on to have a tremendous sea-
sen. This is based on the premise that the /ed Sox proved they
fould win without him last summer. Indeed, that they work with
greater success when he Is out of the lineup.
-i, T The figures would seem to support the premise. Williams, be-
cause of Injury, missed more than a third of the season. With
the Red Sox won 50 and lost 43 for .537. Without him the
figures were 44-17 for .721. Even the most charitable deduction
.a.gues that his replacement. Billy Goodman, who went on to
itad the league hitters, was not precisely a handicap.
This poses an interesting speculation but it presupposes that
Williams is susceptible to change through pressure bv factors
ailecting his vanity, a thought to which I cannot subscribe.
Williams is at least consistent in that he Is Williams at all times.
He never learned to be a team player in the full sense and
his contempt for public relations surely does not become him.
yet in his own way'he has always given the game a valid wresile.
It helps to keep the Unhappy Warrior in proper focus when you
remember he wasn't dogging it the day he got his fracture try-
ing for a game-saving catch.
Tucson. Arizona
Browns 000 100 240 7 11 1
Indians 083 001 32x17 20 0
Oarver, Johnson. Albrecht,
Hetrera and Lollar; Lemon, Ol-
sen and Hegan.
San Bernardino, California
Cubs 203 100 1007 14 2
Pirates 000 041 01O8 11 4
Hacker, Klippsteln, Leonard
and Walker; Dempsey. Law and
Fitzgerald.
Orlando. Florida
Giants 200 020 13210 10 4
Senators 101 000 020 4 8 2
Bowman. Kennedy and Noble,
Yvars; Hudson. Pearce. Moreno
and Grasso, Okrle.
Lakeland. Florida
Red Sox 000 100 1215 16 0
Tigers 000 000 1001 6 0
Wight. Kinder and Batts: Ro-
govin. McLerand, Borowy and
House.
Clearwater, Florida
Reds 200 200 1027 13 2
Phillies 002 0CO 202fl 14 4
Blackwell. Byerly. Smith and
Schefflng; Johnson, Meyers, Can-
dlni and Lopata.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Braves 100 000 000 56 10 0
Cardinals 000 000 010 23 8 1
Chlpman, Roy and Mueller,
Cooper, 8t. Claire; Brazle, Po-
holsky and Oaraglola.
BEAM 8TADIUM. Mar. 28
Jack Chatham, first baseman of
the Albrook Flyers, yesterday
connected for a trestiendous home
run wallop in the eighth Inning,
with one man on base, to give
the Flyers a 3 to 2 victory over
the Houston Buffaloes. Up until
the eighth Inning, a capacity
crowd of about 5,000 spectators
watched Bruno Pamblanco,
righthand hurier for the Flyers
and Al Papai, knuckleball artist
for the Buffaloes tangle In the
best pitchers' duel at Beam Sta-
dium this year, with the Buffa-
loes leading by the slim margin-
of 2 to 1.
The Buffs jumped to a quick
one-run lead In the first inning.
In their half of the first .the
o------
Flyers came right back to tie up
the ball game at 1 to 1.
Houston came back in the third
inning to take a 2 to 1 lead. With
one out, Lynch got a base on.
balls and stole second. Witte|
followed with a sharp ground sin-
gle between short and third scor-'
Ing Lynch from second to send
the Buffs out in front. Pambl-
anco then bore down to retire;
Coaches Accept
Blame For Recent
Hoop 'Fix' Scandals
MINNEAPOLIS, Mar. 28 (UP)
At Minneapolis, where the Na-
tional Association of Basketball
Coaches are meeting, the coaches
have put the blame for the re-
cent scandals on themselves and
the various colleges.
A special coaches committee
looked Into the matter and re-
ported its findings today. The
report says "entirely too much
emphasis has been placed by the
schools and coaches on income
and winning the game."
The committee says it found
evidence of "vicious and often il-
legal' recruiting practices. The
committee does not call for new
laws to prevent "fixes." Instead,
the report says, it is up to the
colleges to keep the game free of
gambling Influences.
Some rhanges are due In the
way college basketball is han-
dled at New York's Madison
Square Garden.
It has been learned that the
New York colleges which play In Albrook
the Garden will have more to say
about running the game than
freviously. However. Garden Vice
resident Ned Irish will have veto
power. Under the new arrange-
ments, the schools will set up
their own schedules, have more
control over tickets and receive
more royalties from the radio
and television broadcasts.
College Basketball
Expected To Return
To Garden In '52
NEW YORK, Mar. 28 (UP)
College basketball will return to
Madison Square Garden next
season. That's the word from of-
ficials of St. John's. New York
University, and Manhattan Col-
lege, who issued a joint statement
saving their teams will be back.
There was serious doubt that
those Garden college basketball
double-headers would be conti-
nued after 13 players were ar-
rested and charged with taking
bribes to throw pames.
President Harry Wright of City
College of New York said his
school will return to the Garden
if the board of higher education
approves. City College suspend-
ed all Its games for the remain-
der of this season when four of
its stars were arrested.
The Joint statement said. "It
is Impossible for us to return the
game to our respective campus
gymnasia and assure our students
and alumni, even standing room,
much less a seat. Each of our In-
stitutions has by far more stu-
dents than the capacity of our
gyms.
"In short," the statement went
the rest of the side without fur- . "our facilities individually
tner trouble. and collectively are inadequate to
Both Pamblanco and Papal meet the student and alumni
hurled scoreless ball from the spectator Interest In our games."
second to the eighth Inning when The college presidents also said
Chatham came up to send the they'll keep a closer watch on
ball out of the park to give the the games. "We have further
Flyers their victory 'agreed." the statement said.
In the eighth Inning, Howard {hat the board of directors and
led off by working Papal for a we shall constitute a joint com-
w?.lk;. Hiuiselcnlech.,i fUed. out.,to' mlttee "" function shall be to
eft field for the first out of the, determine top level policv. And
inning. Chatham then stepped up, to safeguard our intercollegiate
to the plate and with the count contests In the Garden from a
2 and 2. got the good wood onto repetition of the unfortunate slt-
one of Papal a fast one and sent uation of recent weeks
it high over the left field fence
scoring Howard ahead of him to
send the Flyers out in front, 3
to 2.
Both Papai and Pamblanco
went the route. Pamblanco gave
up four hits which were all sin-
gles, while the Flyers collected
seven hits off Papai. The only
other extra base hit was Scla-
fani's double in the seventh in-
ning.
Houseknecht turned In a fine
defensive game at shortstop for
the Flyers as he came up with
several fielding gems to rob the
Buffs of hits, while Howard rac-
ed back to the left field fence
| three times during the game to
pull down long flyballs.
Starting lineups:
HOUSTON BUFFS: Weaver.
2b; Lynch, ss; Rac. If; Witte. lb;
Shofner. 3b; McGaha. cf; Kellert.
rf; Phillips, c; Papai, p.
ALBROOK FLYERS: Howard,
if; Houseknecht, ss; Chatham,
lb; Williams, rf; Sclafanl. cf;
Blnch, 3b; 8tanley, 2b; Corbin, c;
Pamblanco, p.
Linescore:
Houston 101 000 0002 4 2
100 000 02x3 7 2
By United Pr#
igc
MINNEAPOLIS, Mar. 28 Kentucky stagied-a whirl-
wind second half rally to crush Kansas State 68-58 last
night and win the National Collegiate Basketball Cham-
pionship before more than 14,000 fans.
In the consolation game for third place, Illinois de-
feated Oklahoma A. & M. 61-46.
After trailing 29-27 at half time, Kentucky, led by
Alt-American Center Bill Spivey who stands six feet seven
inches, clinched the game in the first seven minutes of
the second half. .
Spivey scored 22 points, including ten in the rally.
This was the third time in four years Kentucky has won
the national title.
WHERE IT BELONGS
New York (NEA> Of *?,-
000.000 collected from American
sportsmen in 16 years. Ducks Un-
limited, a conservation group, has
put $2.750.000 Into restoration of
breeding grounds.
Tht famous Old Forester
you enjoy today still car-
ries the founder's hand-
written pledge of quality
still gives you that orig-
inal elegance of rich
whisky goodness, out-
standing since 1870.
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Art Doering Scores
Upset Victory In
Greensboro Open
GREENSBORO. N. C, Mar. 28
(UPiOutsider Art Doering re-
covered on the final nine holes
to win the Greensboro Open Golf
tourney yesterday at Greensboro,
North Carolina,. The Richmond.
Virginia, pro fired a 279 for the
72 holes.
Doering started the final round
with a four-stroke edge on the
field. He had a shaky two-over
par on the first nine yesterday,
while one tournev favorite, Jim
Ferrler of, San Francisco, had
finished with 284. after a four-
under-par 67 on the dav's round.
However. Doering steadied on the
back nine, clipping three off par
to card a 70.
Sammy Snead of White Sul-
phur Springs. West Virginia,
wound up third with 287. Snead
finished with a blazing five-un-
der-par 66. the best single round
of the tourney.
Strictly a dark-horseDoering
played his final round carefully.
In fact, some said too carefully
as he missed easy putts. Then on
the back nine, he collected bir-
dies on the 13th and 14th. and
seemed to regain his early tour-
nament form for the win.
Maxim To Defend
Title Against
Bob Satterfield
-CHICAGO, Mar. 28 (UPLight
Heavyweight Champion Joey Ma-
xim has signed to defend his title
against Bob Satterfleld on June
27, at Chicago. Maxim's manager.
Jack Kearns, has posted a S2.5O0
bond to guarantee that his fight-
er would meet the hard-hitting
Satterfleld.
Maxim, by signing, cleared his
status with the National Boxing
Association. Maxim hadn't de-
fended his crown since winning
It last year from Freddie Mills of
England. The NBA had ordered
Maxim to defend his title, or else
they would declare It vacant
Maxim also is In line for a shot
at Ez/ard Charles, heavyweight
king. There's a possibility that
Maxim and Charles will fight for
the heavyweight championship
late in May. Should Maxim win
that fight, then under NBA rules
he would no longer be light-heav-
yweight king. It still isn't knosvn
what will happen to the propos-
ed Satterfleld bout if Maxim does
beat Charles. He probably would
?^ke .ni? flrst defense against
Satterfleld.
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VERO BEACH. Mar. 28 The
Montreal club of the Internation-
al League announced todav that
they have signed Hector Rodri-
fnez, veteran third baseman of
he Almendares club of the Cu-
ban Winter League. Rodriguez
reports to the Royals immediate-
ly.
Chicago squad. The last time
Europe won the International
event was in 1939.
ATLANTA, Mar. 28 Evangel-
ist Billy Graham, flying home to
Montreat, N.C., after a month's
revival at Fort Worth, Tex., said
during a stopover here that he
sat next to former Heavyweight
Champion Jack Dempsey on the
plane and presented him with a
Bible.
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 28 The
Chicago Cubs have optioned
First Baseman Chuck Connors to
Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast
League. The 29-year-old Connors
hit .289 and drove in 90 runs for
Montreal last season.
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 28 The
plea of the West Coast for a ma-
jor baseball'league has the back-
ing of Commissioner A. B. Chan-
dler. "I have always thought the
West Coast should have and
could have major league base-
ball," Chandler told the guests at
a Los Angeles banquet last night.
"Nothing oan stop you. Nobody
has a patent on conducting ma-
jor league baseball."
CHICAGO, Mar. 28The Eu-
ropean Golden Gloves team
wound up training yesterday for
Its Thursday night date with the
ARCADIA, Cal.. Mar. 2Vet-
erinarian JTE. Peters says it will
be decided today or Thursday
whether the thoroughbred "Your
Host" will be destroyed. Your
Host suffered an inlury of the
right foreleg in January. Peters
said last Saturday he believed
the four-year-old would have to
be destroyed, because an opera-
tion wasn't performed soon
enough after the accident.
PHILADELPHIA. Mar. 28
Quarterback John Ford of Har-
dln Simmons has signed with the
Philadelphia Eagles of the Na-
tional Football League. Ford
threw 58 touchdown passes in
three years at Hardin Simmons.
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T. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL IN ANCN TO BE SCENE
OF CLARK-SARTAIN WEDDING THIS EVENING ,
The marriage of Miss Marie Susan,* Sartain tht
of Luther B. Sartain and Mrs. Amy Vincent Sartain, to Wil-
liam Hubbard Clark, son of Mr. and MB. L. B. Clark of Rich-
mond. Virginia, will be solemnised this evening at seven o -
clock In the Cathedral of St. Luke In Ancn. *o""i<>fth5
marriage service a weddlnr reception will be held in Bishop
Morris Hall of the Cathedral______
Last evento;, after the rehearsal of the wedding, Ahe
brlneTmother entertained the bridal party at dinner in the
Bella Vista Room of El Panama Hotel Her quests were her
daughter. Mr. Clark. Mr. end Mrs. John "" May es, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Metzler. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley FldanqueJKiss
Alice Garlington. Mlas Mary Newland. Miss Nina Norman,
Miss Liona Joan Sears. Miss Sueanne Unkle, WllUam Eiell.
William Yonnr Boyd. C. 8. McCermlck. Robert Medlnger, and
Thomas Newcomer.
Peruvian Ambassador
Goes to Lima
The Peruvian Ambassador to
Panama and Dean of the Dlplo
matic Corps here, plans to leave
tonight by airplane on a short
trip to Lima.
Visiting in New Orleans
Mrs. Natalio Ehrman of Pana-
ma left recently to spend a few
weeks with friends in Miami and
New Orleans.
Secretary of Embassy
Arriving from Canada
Jose Alvarado Sanchez Is ex-
pected to arrive here today from
Canada to be Second Secretary
oSthe Peruvian Embassy m Pan-
ama. '
Dinner Party In Miami
Mrs. Spencer Wilson Stewait
of New York and Miami and Mrs
Edward H. Conger of Washington,
DC. gave a dinner of 16 covers
recently at Mrs. Stewart's Miami
home in honor of General and
Mrs. Robert L. Elchelberger who
are spending a few weeks at the
Colony Hotel In Miami. General
and Mrs. Elchelberger. Mrs. Con-
ger and Mrs. Stewart visited in
Panama recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Valkenburg
Entertained Here
Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Van Vai'cen-
burg of. Little Falls, New York,
were visitors here Monday during
the stay of the SS Santa Isacel
on which they are returning from
a trip to South America. Mrs.
Van Valkenburg and her first
husband, the late Dr. William
Miers. were residents of Ancon
during construction days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ewlng enter-
tained the visitors and Dr. aiul
Mrs. S. S. Irvln at luncheon at the
Hotel Tivoll and Dr. and Mrs. Ir-
vin motored with them to Crlr-
tobal where they embarked for
New York.
Lawlers Announce
Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Law-
ler. ci Bella Vista, announce the
birth of a baby daughter, Mari-
lyn, at Santo Tomas Hospital on
Mar. 24. Mr. Lawler is managing
editor of The Panama American.
Mr. ani Mrs. Kent Honored
Mrs. Frank Bryan, Mrs. Clint
Ryder and Mrs. Leon Dedeaux
entertained jointly at luncheon
Saturday at the Hotel Tivoll.
honoring Mrs. Earl A. Kent. Cov-
ers were laid for 25 \
Mr Kent, who is returning
from service* with the Panama
Canal, was given a farewell sup
per party Saturday evening at
the Pedro Miguel Boat Club. The
Lock operators presented him
with a Hamilton watch as a part-
ing gift. Mr. and Mrs. Kent are
sailing Friday on the 88 Panama
to reside In the United States.
Panama on a vacation trip to the
United States.
Also departing on the same
hlp to spend leave In the Uni-
ted States Is Mrs. Virginia" Chris-
tian of Ancon.
Change of Residence
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Suther-
land have moved from Margarita
to the Pacific side of the Isth-
mus. They are living temporarily
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
D. Sutherland, in Ancon. -
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouse were: 1st,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Norris; 2nd,
Dr. and Mrs. Norman W.> Elton;
3rd, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Get-
man; 4th, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Bay -
less-, 6th. Mr. and Mrs. 8. II.
Glassman; and 8th, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Brady.
Auxiliary Meeting
at Gamboa
Chagres River Unit 38, Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary, will meet
Monday at 7:30 p.m. In the Le-
gion Hall at Gamboa. Members
are asked to note that the meet-
ing has been changed to the first
Monday of the month.
Food Sale
at Cocoli
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Cocoli Union Church will hold a
home cooked food sale Friday
from 3 to 6 p.m. at St. Andrew's
Chu'.ch. Women who are willing
to donate food for the sale are
asked to notify Mrs. Gordon Hen-
derson.
Visitors Returning to Denver
Mrs. Catherine Llntlhardt and
the Misses Bette and Catherine
Powell are leaving by airplane to-
morrow for their home in Den-
ver, Colorado. They have spent
the past week at Diablo Helgnts
with Mrs. Llndhardt's son-in-
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Robinson.
Sailing Friday
Mrs. Roger H. Greene of An-
con is sailing Friday on the SS
Caribbean Girls Sfate Set
For June At Ft. Sherman
Early June, from the 8th
through t%Ath, is the time
set for the I Ion of Ca-
ribbean Girl State, an activity
sponsored by the American Le-
gion Auxiliary. Department of
Panama. It will be held at Ft.
Sherman, C. Z.
This program, patterned on
similar ones offered by the
American Legion Auxiliary
throughout the United States,
Is designed to help girls of high-
school ag* acquire a better
understanding of the structure
and functioning of the govern-
ment of the United States oy
providing them with the opport-
unity to participate as self-gov-
erning citizens in a mythical
"state" of the United States.
There they will learn, under
the best leadership available,
the duties, privileges and re-
sponsibilities of citizenship.
Each girl Is a citizen of a
"City" throughout the Girls
State session. She belongs to a
political party, and, takes part
in such activities as town meet-
ings, city and state elections
and court sessions. Every girl
is eligible to run for any elec-
tive office, and holds a govern-
ment position either by elec-
tion or appointment.
Fifty g4rls from the Junior
classes of senior high school
will be selected to attend Ca-
ribbean Girls' State this year.
Many of these girls need spon-
sors, Local organizations and ci-
vic minded Individuals are given
sui opportunity to participate in
this program by sponsoring
girls to atbend Girls' 8tate. The
sponsorship fee is $1,5.00 and
Includes all expenses for the
week at Girls' State.
Following are eligibility rules
vfor attendance:
N (1) A girl must be in the
third year of Senior High
School. t,mt.rmtmm .
(2) She must be tfitpdaufhter
of a citizen of trie united
States.
(3) She must have shown good
qualifications in leadership,
character, courage, honesty,
scholarship and cooperatlveness.
(4) she must be physically fit.
1 (5) She may not have parti-
cipated as a citizen in a previ-
ous session of Girls' State.
At the close of Caribbean
Girls' State Session, two of the
outstanding citizens will be
chosen to represent the "State"
at Girls Nation which will be
held in Washington, D. C. dur-
ing the summer. There the girls
learn first-hand about the na-
tional government. They meet
Representatives and Senators,
call on the President, hear pro-
minent men and women speak
on Important subjects. They
tour Washington. They elect
their own President and other
officials and set up a model
'Girls Nation." The girls chosen
to attend Girls Nation will be
selected by democratic proce-
dure.
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REHEARSAL DINNER PARTY
The rehearsal for the wedding of Miss Beverly Ruoff and
Mr. Robert Berger, which will take place Friday evening in
the ballroom of the Hotel Washington, was held last evening.
Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Kenyon entertain-
ed with a buffet supper at their quarters in New Cristobal,
for their granddaughter and her fiance.
The members of the family and guests who attended
were: Mr. Carl Ruoff. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goulet. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Davis, Miss Melba Flores. Mis Virginia Keenan, Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Jorstad, and Reverend and Mrs. Philip Hav-
ener.
Overworked British Leaders Face
Health Crisis In Upper Ranks
By R. H. SHACKFORD
LONDON, Mar. 28 '(UP)
Britain, plagued by an almost
perpetual economic crisis and
now by a domestic political crisis,
also faces a health crisis among
Its leaders.
It is hard to remember when
in so short a time so many of a
great nation's leaders have beer,
hampered by ill health as those
of Britain in recent monthB.
From King George VI and his
mother Queen Mary through the
top members of Cabinet and even
striking for a while at opposition
political leaders ill health haj
dogged them all.
Now Prime Minister Clement
Attlee. fighting a determined dog
eat dog fight against Winston
Churchill's Conservatives In the
House of Commons is back in
hospital for an old complaint
duodenal ulcer.
The British have been plagued
with many things In the post-wai
wor'd recurring economic cri-
ses which ended In the devalan -
tion of the pound, the continued
rationing of basic foods and now
the reduction of the meat ration
to almost nothing, a cold war
whlcn has kept the lnternatloi.il
temperature boiling, and for a
year an Internal political crisis
caused by the Labor Parly's
scanty majority in the Common.*.
Ail this came on top of six
years of war, Including the Ger-
men blitz.
The Burning Question!
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Now the toll of perpetual crises
appears to be showing in the men
who have led Britain during re-
cent years.
King George himself leads the
list ot British post-war Invalids.
The Eritish Empire was shocked
on Nov. 23, 1948 to hear that the
King was suffering from an ob-
struction to circulation through
the arteries of his leg which had
prevented proper blood circula-
tion to h!# right foot.
In March 1949 he had an oper-
ation and has recovered well ever
since.
Now in recent weeks he ha
had to cancel all engagements
because ot what doctors call a
"feverish chill." He made his first
appearance on Maundy Thursday
the day Attlee disclosed he
himself would remain in hospi-
tal for "two or three weeks."
Kellar Will Head
Zone Cancer Society
Replacing Dr. K. O. Courtney,
who has left the Isthmus. G. O.
Kellar was appointed Executive
Chairman of the Canal Zone
Cancer Committee, a branch of
the American Cancer Society,
Inc. Kellar is chief of the Ca-
nal-Railroad Safety Branch.
The local committee was or-
ganized last year and the first
Canal Zone drive to raise funds
to fight cancer was held In May.
Governor Newcomer serves as
Chairman of the local commit-
tee which operates In coopera-
\- with the national organiza-
tion.
tne month of April has been
designated Cancer Control
Month in the United States by
proclamation by President Harry
Truman. However, by special
! arrangement with the American
1 Cancert Society, the Canal Zone
appeal for funds will be held
during the last two weeks In
May. primarily because of other
fund campaigns which are be-
In" concluded locally during
April.
The roll call of illness in high
places in Britain sounds like tno
roll call of a busy hospital.
Late last year Attlee lost his
valuable Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer Sir Stafford Cripps due
to illness. Cripps is still In Swit-
zerland undergoing treatment
for a serious spinal illness called
spondylitlsinflammation of the
vertebrae. He had long been a
sufferer from chronic colitis, a
complaint that put him to bed In
the critical 1948 summer before
deflation.
Ex-Foreign Minister Ernest Be-
vln was forced to resign on his
recent 70th birthday due to ill
health. His list of complaints was
long, starting with a heart condi-
tion, including a bad siege of piles
requiring operations, and finally
a serious case of pneumonia.
Conservative Party leader Win-
ston Churchill has not 'been
spared either. He recently suffer-
ed an outbreak of bolls and has
had several colds.
Queen Mary, who will be 81
May 4. has had a bad winter with
colds and fever and her ever-pre-
sent sciatica.
A color scheme of pink and
white was used on the buffet ta-
ble, with a heart-shaped cake
and pink, carnations forming the
center arrangement.
All friends are Invited to th-
wedding which will take place at
7:30 p.m. Friday, and to the re-
ception which will follow.
No Host Easter Dinner Party
A group of the Atlantic Sid
members of the Canal Zone Po-
lice Force with the members of
their families, enjoyed a no-host
dinner at the Pistol Range Sun-
day.
The children had an Easier
Egg Hunt and Virginia Ann
Green and Floyd Robinson, Ji.
won the prices. Dancing was en-
joyed by the adults.
Those who attended included:
Captain and Mrs. John Fahnes-
tock. Lt. and Mrs. Gaddls Wall,
Sergeant arfo Mrs. John Pettier,
Sergeant and Mrs. Howard Rich-
ards. Sergeant and Mrs. Charles
8mith. Sergeant and Mrs. Will-
lam Hughes, Sergeant and Mrs.
George Martin, Sergeant and
Mrs. Jack Sutherland. Sergeant
and Mrs. Leonard Heltzke, Ser-
jeant William Munyon, Sergeant
r.nd Mrs. Henry DeRapp, Mr.
Herman W. Lynn, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Wllllim
Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. George
l'uliy. Mr. and Mrs. Chaes
Green. Mr and Mrs. Elbert Go-
.euen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M'.d-
dlebrcok, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Leazenbee, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lam Cronan. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril
DeLapp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hlrons and Mr. Russell Bllllson.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements included Mrs. L. L.
Heltzke. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Go-
euen. Mr. Middlebrook. Mr. De
Lapp and Mr. De Rapp.
S. Vespucci for Curaca where she
will be married next week.
A large group of Pacific Side
friends crossed the Isthmus with
Miss Knowles and had dlniior
with her at the Margarita Club-
house before the boat sailed.
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Christenings
The traditional baptismal ser-
vice was held at the Oatun Union
Church Easter Sunday. At tint
time Rev. J. William L. Graham,
pastor of the church, baptized
number of Infants and one adult.
Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Eugei.e
Burt, of Farfan, presented their
Infant son. Phillip Eugene, who
was born November 2, 1960. in Ft.
Clayton Hospital.
Stephen George Radel, who was
born July 31, 1950, in Colon Hos-
Ettai v/as presented for baptism
y his parents. Mr. and Mrv
George Radel of Gatun.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carl Stl-
britz. of Gatun, presented their
Infant daughter. Sylvia Clarris-
sa, born August 15, 1950, In Co-
lumbus, Ohio and their nld"r
daughter, Miss Coletta Rloise
Stlebrltz. Mr. Stiebritz also was
baptized.
Cuboree to be Held at Margarita
A Cuboree. in which Boy Soont
troops from all over the Isthmus
will participate, will taire place
Saturday, Mar. 31 starting at 9:00
p.m. at the Margarita Bowl. Ther?
will be a parade and inspection.
All parents and interested
friends are Invited to attend and
bring their picnic lunch.
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Mrs. Freda Ayers, of Wllke?-
Barre, Pa., who is spending two
weeks on the Isthmus as the
gueii, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
Linker, was entertained with
dinner at the Hotel Washington
last evening by Mr. and Mr.i.
Frank Sweek.
Mr. and Mrs. Linker and Mrs.
Ayers have returned recently
from a visit to the Interior.
Evening Circle Meeting
The Evening Circle of the Cris-
tobal Union Church met at the
home of Miss Eleanor Farstvect
Monday. Mrs. J. w. Llmkemar.n
lead in singing the devotional*,
giving particular attention to the
"Love of God."
During the business meeting
plans jvere made for a rummage
sale to be held in June, for which
the collection of all and any dis-
carded articles has already be-
gun.
Mrs. Marvel Iglesias presented
Sonny to the group. He If a little
San Bias boy to whose care trie
ladles contribute, she told of the
work in translating the Gospel of
St. Mark Into the San Bias dialect
and of the production of a read-
ing primer and other educational
work of the mission.
Mrs. Paul Evancoe was co-hos-
tess for the refreshment hour
which followed.
Among the guests present
were: Mrs. C. A, Dubbs. Mrs. J.
Fettler and Mrs. J. E. Stuart.
Mrs. R. K. Hanna and Mrs.
William Jackson were welcomed
as new members.
The other members present in-
cluded: Mrs. L. J. Benthall. Mia.
Leslclgh Davis, Mrs. E. C. Flow-
ers, Mrs. L. B. Freeman, Mrs. P.
H. Havener, Mrs. Alton Jones,
Mrs. T. D. Ladd, Mrs. Carl
Macdl, Mrs. E. F. McClelland,
Mrs. John M. Nolan. Mrs. L. C.
Palumbo, Mrs. R. L. Sullivan and
Mrs. Merrill Webster.
Guests at Brazos Heights
Miss Mary Middlemas. Miss
Ann- Weber and Miss Cla'.re
Christlensen, arrived on the 8.S.'
Junior yesterday from their home
town of West Englewood. Ne-v
Jersey, for a ten-day visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Middleman of
Brazos Heights.
The price of admission will l-t *
$3 per couple. The money will
help defray the expenses of the
young ladies to the Convention in j
Chorrera in April.
Tickets may be obtained from J
any of the candidates. Miss Fed-
erica Guardia. Miss Xenla Her-
toncinl and Miss Maria Grimaldu.
Picnic at San Lorenso
Andrew Lim arranged a pionia,,
lor a group of the High Schoul
crowd to San Lorenzo; Sunday.
They had an Easter Egg -hunt
and explored the old fortress..
Those who made the trip Includ-
ed: Misses Barbara Hickey, He-
lena de Boyrle. Helen Kls-
Jane Compton, Juanita Me
Pat Kelly, Rita. Anna and Mav-
Fisher, Ardls Wllloughby.
Metars Buddy Turner, John
Townshend. Dick Ducote, r>
Sullivan, Victor Mizrachl.Toni
Jordan. Tom Kelly, Noel McGinn,
John Fahnestock and Dan atla-
sam.
I.A.W.C. Notices
The members of the Ih{er:
American Woman's Club are -
minded to make their reBl'ntM
tlons for the tea at El Panama io
be given Wednesday. Apr. 4 r.
the Panama Unit.- Reservation'
must be made by Saturday, caJU
Mrs. lilies. Colon 207 or MrsX
Haselofi 3-2103.
The rummage sale Is planned'
for Thursday, Friday and 8atur:
day at the corner of Central ami
10th 8t.
Members art requested to brlntj
thelr donations to the bulloMiu'.
Anyone who can assist at thes:t
Is requested to call Mrs. CHanes
Whl'aker 3-184S or Mrs. Luis Ed-
uardo Castillo, Colon 898.
E. S. Wald Auxiliary Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of Elbert 8. Wald. Unit 2. Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary, will be held
this evening at 7:30 at the Legion
Hall in Old Cristobal.
Mrs. Frances Gllley, president,
will preside at the business melt-
ing, after which there will be an
evening of bingo and refresh-
ments.
Lions Club Having
Ladies Night
The Lions Club Is planning a
ladies night at the strangers
Club, Saturday, March 31. There
will be a dance with a buffet sup-
per being served during the even-
ing.
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Imported
Canned Hams
PEK
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KRAKVS &
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TACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phontj 1000 Coln
Miss Knowles Sailed Sunday
Miss Dorothy Knowles, who
has been director of Religious Ed -
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Church, sailed Sunday on the 8.
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sweef-finteti finish with Ponds
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* Now Available for Location Job or Regular Dance Dates *
Beta Sigma Phi March 31st.. Tivoll Hotel.
Curundu Civic Council Ball... April 13th.. .Curundu.
Albrook Officer's Club (by Popular DemandReturn Engagement)
.. April 14th.. tlbrook Field.
TiToli Hotel Ball...May 19th- May !th.
Beaux Art's Bail...date to be announced.. .Tiv*ll Hotel.
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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave.
Phone 2-22S1
KIOSKU DE LESSEPS
Parque do Leuepe ,
MORRISON'S
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No. 4 Fourth of July Ava.
Phono 2-
BOTICA CARLTON
10 059 Melendr Avc.
Phone 2S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. at Wool 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. "H" Street Panama
No 12.17 Central Avc. Coica
,;. VOUR HOUSEWORK
" W4LL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
'CABINET ATTACHMENTS
: Disappearing towel bars
Cub Shelves Spice Shelves
EftTHolders Utensil Holders
and many others
-teo. F. Novey, Inc.
I Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
SLIPCOVERS
"" \ ..-.i., tt .or li.i.itiniom
'" *ti>. Coaches & Cushion
Let me figure your malcra!
1 needs Free ftlmate*!
"""ALBERTO HUMS Pan 3-31.1!
v a.m. to 7 p.m
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:1948 Da Soto our door
sedan, color dork blue, four brond
now tire. A clean car! Com* In
drive it and wa know you'll
take it! Only $430.00 down. Your
FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc., Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yorker, used one yeor, cost new
$3.600. rodio. seot covers, best
offer over $2,000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653.
Balboa. .
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Sedanerte
Super, color black, four brand new
tires, radio, outside roal view mir-
ror. This ear is like new an *-
cellent buy! Only $460.00 down.
Your FORD, MERCURY, LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc.. Tel. 2-1033.
DRY SEASON
is tre season lor
PAINTING
Visit our stadium urea store
on new concrete road
Light Traffic Easy Parkin*
. English speaking clerks
EVF.RVTHINf. IN PAINTS
Lit
ROPIDURAE
THE BEST FOR LESS
BEST USED CARS IN TOWN!
Trade-ins. Finoncing
CIVA, S. A.
Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dcoler
rOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
verlible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
lo 302.______________
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Custom Tu-
dor VI, color dark fray, four
brand new tiros, plastic seat covers,
outside rear view mirror, rodio, po-
sitively A-1 condition. Pay only
$430.00 down and drive it away.
Your FOR, MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN'MOTORS
Tel. 2-1033. "____________
FOR SALE1950 Olds "88," 4-door
Sedan, hydramatic, radio, under-
coated. 5623-D Hecker Place, Dia-
blo. 4-6 p.m. Tel. 2-1889.
RESORTS
Phillip. Beach conoge. Sonta Cloro
Be numb* 435. Balboa. Phone
Pono-no 3187'/ or Cnstoboi 3-
1673
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Claro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, r*-
tngerotion. moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
vVill.oms Sonto Cloro Booch Ctrttago
I wo oodrooms. electr.c rotrigcro-
tion Rockgoi range Phone Bol-
eco 2-3050 Except Week-ends.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished residence.
Heights Golf. Call Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT:Chalet: three bedrooms,
livingroom, dmingroom, kitchen,
garage, two services. Big "potio"
fenced. Good vecinity .tljs stdp..
B.75.00 o month. Inform 91-B,
Belsono Porras Slreet. ,
FOR RENT
LEICA CAMERAS
Model 111!' Synchronized
LENSES tc ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factors Price*.
Porras
* Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P..
FOR SALE: 1946 Chryflor New
Yorker fordor sedan, color gray,
fluid drive, radio ond four brond
new tires. Dollar for dollar you
can't gat a better buy! Your FORD
MERCURY, LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel.
2-1033._______________________
NEW heovy duly caterpillar D-4 with
ongle dozer. 1942 Mack truck 2'/i
ton, good condition. All duty paid.
1439-C wen street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Pickup 1-2
ton 1940. Motor overhouled. Duty
paid. International Pickup 3-4 ton.
Excellent condition, priced to sell.
Garoge Smithy, Colon 1102-J",
Cristobal 2325.
m. CM fKLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
""#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Bh ... Tel. 2-3381.
HflTs: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
- .,i -
iwi
LUMBER
BUILDING
KfoClAS GLOBALES
4/t Espaa. Near Joan franco
IVI 3-1503
FOR SALE: 194 7 Studobokar
Champion 4-door sedan, color
dark blue, four brand new tiros,
plastic seot covers, radio. An A-1
car! Only $360.00 down. Your
FORD, MERCURY. L|NCOLN
EALER COLPAN MOTORS. Inc.
Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1949 four
door sedon. low mileage, duty paid.
Tel. ."-1289 3-1818.
FOR SALE:1951 F.ord Custom. 4-
Door. Phone 83-6185, ofter 4:30
p. m
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
fbrt SALE:High loss oH points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. S3.25
folln. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR SALE: Dont fear BURGLARS.
'' Buy o Belgion Police pup. Excepi-
. onol breed. Phone Shropne', Bal-
bOb 2820.
FQctdjALE:Upright piano, newly re-
built, A-1 condition, suitable for
, lodge hall, club or church. Price
$300.00. Phone 4-565.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Pekinese
puppy, one month old.. Peru Ave.
No. 58, upstoirs.
FOR SALE:1949 Nash "600" Tu-
dor Sedan, color groen, four new
tires, excellent mechanical con-
dition. An A-1 car, food as new!
Only $460.00 down and drive it
away. Your FORD. MERCURY,
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN
MOTORS, Inc.. Tel. 2-1033.
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancn. C.Z.
We drill woter wells. For information
telephone 3-0931 Panamo, Mr.
Charles 1. Hilbert.
Position Offered
WANTED:Typist clerk, English -
Spanish speaking, preferably know-
ledge shorthond; permanent posi-
tion for parson guaranteeing move
from Colon to Panama when offices
move to Panama within eight
months, or Panama resident who
can work in Colon Until offices
move Panama. Columbia Pictures,
Justo Arosemena Avenue between
7 and 8 Phone Colon 177.
Full time or part time professional
position for or related to following
qualifications. BFA ond MA de-
gree University of Iowa, painting,
art history, advertising design ex-
perience. 2-2945, after 8 p. m.
or Box 254, Ancon.
LESSONS
LEARN Waltz, Fox-trot. Jitterbug,
Rumba, Sambo, Tango, Mambo.,
Studio Balboa YMCA. Tuesday-
Thursday-Saturday from 10 o. m.
to 9 p. m. Harnett and Dunn.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
CZ Police Shoot
Eat Saturday
Canal Zone police today were
readying the Qavlian area pistol
range In preparation for the an-
nual department shoot to be held
there Saturday. Police oiflcers
from all C. Z. stations will com-
pete, with the usual stiff compe-
tition expected between "Dard-
en's boys," and 'Tahnestock's
men."
In past years the pistol shoot
has been held on Sunday. This
year with police on a five-day
week, the Saturday date was se-
lected.
Fish, caught by local officers,
are ready for a large-scale fry
and a barbecue Is also planned,
with officers acting as cooks and
servers.
WANTED:Dmingroom choirs, writ-
ing bureau, liquor cabinet, bamboo
furniture. Phone Colon 1337.
Help Wanted
HELP WANTED:West Indian cook-
loundress. Must speak Spanish,
clean house for married couple
without children. Apply with refer-
ences in the morning, between 7
a. m. and in the ofternoon, be-
tween 6 until 8 p. m. Balboa. Carr
Street No. 1423, apartment B.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
rWO LOTS FOR SALE: In cool Los
Cumbres, (25 minutes from Ancon)
all utilities, available, near crest of
gentle hill, about 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 Diablo Heights.
:OR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mender Or 7ubieta. 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
apartment with livingroom, kitchen
ond both on Tivoli Avenue, across
from the Ancon Post Office. Call
at Tivoli Travel Agency. Telephone
Panama 2-0465.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at Via Espaa, No. 20,
see De Costro. "B" Avenue No.
24. Phono 2-1616, Panamo.
FOR RENT:Apartment of one bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at 44th Street East No. 9,
Bello Visto De Castro, "B" 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:2 bedroom oportment,
livingroom. diningroom, maid's room,
balcony, Bella Visto No. 8, Colom-
bio Street, Apt. 5.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, opposite ocean, park
ond school. Federico Boyd No. 1,
telephone 3-1516.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom aportment.
corner, sitting-diningroom, screen-
ed. S65. 56. Porros Avenue, key
aportment 3. Quijano, 8th Street,
No. 15. Phone 3-0234.
FOR RENT:2 furnished apartments,
two bedrooms, living ond dining-
room, etc. 45th St. No. 34.
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge Sedan,
excellent condition throughout, new
tires, fluid drive. House 41-K, Go-
tun Light House Road.
BEST USED CARS IN TOWN!
Trade-ins. Finoncing
CIVA S. A.
Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer
cOR SALE:1951 Mercury converti-
b'e green, black top, white side
walls, rodio. 5.000 miles, 800 dol-
lors down, balance finonce $60.00
per month. Albrook Field 3171.
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Sedan,
color green, four brond new tires,
push button windows, nylon seat-
covers. A real barfoin! Only $400.
00 down and drive it away. Your
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN MO-
TORS. Inc. Tel. 2-1033.
The Panomo Canal offers for sole
under sealed bid', to be opened
10:|0 A. M., April 1 i, 1951, Mo-
tor Vehicle Parts for Chevrolet
! possenger cars and trucks ond
Internationol trucks locoted at Sec-
tion K, Bolboo Storehouse and
Cristobal Storehouse. Bid forms
, rnoy be obtomed from the above
urces or from the office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
boa telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE P^ntioc Catalina 1950
matching valance boords & drapes,
.tot dishes, China closet, lamps, va-
nity dresser, hquor cobmet, evening
gown, diamond wedding ring, leov-
ing soon, days or evenings, 463-C.
Cocol i.
FOR SALEOne Thoyer baby stroller
' ju t like nrw. House 41-K Gctu"
"'Lt.'thousa Rood.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 3 1-2 HP Elgin outboard
motor 1950 model. Very good
condition. Price very reasonable.
Cristobal 3-1569.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista. With all com-
forts. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:30 Gol electric hot wa-
ter heater. Porcelain cab.net. $60.
00. Phone Cristobal 3-1865.
,'QR SALE: Or exchange for 60
cycle. Bend'X automatic woshing
mochine used 5 months. RCA auto-
matic retort) player. 45 RPM used
2 weeks. Ws-tiigliouse porcelain
reliijci-ior. House 622-8 Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Diningroom furniture,
livinjroom furniture. Simmons
double bod. Serval fes refrigerator,
oil exceptional bargain. Plomera
Nocional. Control 210.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator 9 cubic feet, all porceloin.
house 0271-A. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 9 cu. H. Friai-
daire, 25 cycle. $200.00. 1947
7 cu. ft. Frigidaire, 25 cycle. $100.
00. Terms if desired. All Frigidaires
hove 5 year guorantcc from dote
of purchase. Barry Keneofy. House
172-A, New Cristobal. Phone
2378.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Refrigr-
alo, 25 cycle. 7 cu. ft. 1948 Mo-
del. Excellent condition. House
807-A. Tavernilla St. Bolboo.
phone 2-3635,
FOR SALE:7 ft. 25 cycle Westing-
house refrigerotor. 2 year. 8
months guarantee. $150.00 14" 25
Cy. fon. Used tires ond tubes 6.70
15. House 476-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing machine.
Mogic Chef, gas stove. Underwood
typewriter, baby stroller, ploy-pen
Phone 916. Colon.
FOR SALE: Shelvador refrigerotor.
8-months remaining on unit guar-
antee. 2 electric clocks, all 25
cycle. 610-B, Cocoli 2-1069.
FOR SALE:25 cycle Coldspot refri-
gidaire. child't wardrobe. Call 3-
2412, New Cristobal 170-C-
FOR SALE:1948 Croiley Shelvodor
refrigerator, 10' 60 cycle, $300-
00; green wool rug, new, 9' x 15'
$55.00; radio phonogroph, 60
cycle. $50.00; steel dresijr, $15.-
00; steel buf.'et. $30.00; dining
tcble. 6 chairs. $30.00. Bliss. 2166
C. Fth Street, Curundu. Fhone P/.D
6191.
FOR SALE: High lots in exclusive
"El Cangrejo:" 735 meters over-
looking the Transisthmian and
1076 meters with 34 meter front-
age ond sea view. Telephone 3-
,2407.
Legal Notice
Notice of United States Marshal's
Sort
Under and by virtue of a Writ of Exe-
cution loaned out of the United States
Diatrict Co\irt for the District of the
Conol Zone, Bolboo Division, on the
8th day of March. 1961, in on action
wherein Karl V. Truxton, on hie own
behalf ond on behalf of and for the be-
nefit of the ARI|Y ond NAVY CIVIL-
IAN EMPLOYES CREDIT UNION (too
numerous to mention) woo Plaintiff and
Bert D. Fore. FranV C. South. Joseph
H. Copian and Jane A. Clement were de-
fendanta. and a judgment aealnot aaid
defendanta,, Jointly and severally, waa
rendered in the urn of 15.062.04, with
intereat and coata and accruing" eoata,
and due to aaid Writ.
I have, this th lith day of March.
taken into my official custody all the
rifht, title and Interest of defendant
Frank C. South. In and to the following
described property: to wit: one Buli'k
sedan. It 17 model, bearing Cnnal Zone
license No. 677, and notice la hereby
given that I will, on the Jrd day of
April. Ilil, at the Diatrict Court Build-
ing, at Aneon. Canal Zone, at 11:30 o'
clock in the forenoon, atoll at Public Auc-
tion, for current lawful money of the
United States, all the right, claim, title
and interest of the said defendant in
the above described property to the best
and hlgheat bidder for cash, subject to
the approval of the Court.
JOHN E. HUSHING.
Marshal of ttie United States in and
for the Diatrict of. the Canal Zone
Argentina Wains
Cuban Government
Hot To 'Interfere'
HAVANA, Mar. 28. (UP) The
Argentine Government has ad-
vised Cuba that it would regard
the Cuban Senate's approval of
a motion condemning the closing
of La Prensa as Interference in
Argentina's internal affairs.
Martin Eduardo Bortagaray,
Argentine-charge d'affaires her.*,
told this today to the acting.For-
elsm Minister of Cuba, Raul Ruiz.
Meanwhile in Argentina t'.io
Joint congressional Committee
"intervening Into and Investiga-
ting" La Prensa continued Us
work apace by announcing that
the paper's Rosarlo and Cordoba
branches will he closed.
The committee Is to continue
the sale of $470.000 worth of La
Prensa mortgage bonds to pay
March salaries to the newspa-
per'.) employes.
Since Tuesday last week the
joint committee has taken over
La Prensa's main office, ordered
15 days detention for publisher
Dr. Alberto -Gainza. Paz and
made a complete Inventory of the
physical assets In the newspa-
per's main building.
Youth Crusade To Be
Held By Cabo Verde
7th-Day Adventists
All plans have been completed
for the Youth Crusade to be held
at the Cabo Verde Seventh-Day
Adventlst Churcifi
The public Is Invited to hear
Joe Skeete on the violin and Mr.
Morrison on the guitar and saw
as special features of the cru-
sade. The crusade will be held
for eight days from the April 1
until April 8.
Student Group Forms
New Social Club
A student group aiming at a
better social community has
formed the "Club Deportivo y
Social Chevalier."
The club's Inauguration Dance
will be in the La Boca Club-
house May 5.
Officers for the year are:
President, Silvestre Brewater;
secretary, Alberto Rlddell; treas-
urer, Lloyd Rogers; auditor,
Donald Stewart; vocal, Learlt
Hinds.
Ill f synchronize".
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at factory prices.
Consult
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LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
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to the art of dodging pawtographters, making the sidewalk
(between the Hotel Chatham and the cab) In one toennnggg
leap... Josephus Adonis (of the CosteUo Set) pssung his
mid-day moo-juice at a lower Broadway fountain... Her
Grace, the Doekes of Windsor, queen of New York s Boresto-
cracy. In the Cub Room, the Princess Emld Ashtlany, Iran s
Good Will Ambassadorable. She used to be plain Kathleen
Maloney when she was an Instructress at the Harbison Mod-
ellnr School here... The Walt Wanfers; (Joan Bennett) J-
year-old dfhtr, named Wald. (Copycats!)... Lady Iris Mo-
untbatten (the King's cus) devouring chopped chicken-Brer
In the Edison's Green Room... Janet Leigh and Anthony
Curtis, who cancelled their Lohengrintentlons...
Sallies in Our Alley: Sophie Tucker, 67, who Insisted on go-
ing on (despite medico's orders) the other premiere, was warned:
"You must slow down." How do you alow down she asked, "and
come In first?"... Milton Berle's observation: "The Basketball
has replaced the Apple in the Garden of Eden"... Two Cafe Sap-
sietyltes were having words In front of the Stork Club last night,
"Yeah!" challenged the publicity-mad one. "Come Inside and.
say that!"
Vignette: Sammy Boulmetls, one of the nation's top Joe-
keys, gave a lesson in patriotism to draft dodgers the other
day... He was Inducted Into the Army (In Maryland) weigh-
ing a pound over the Army minimum (104)... Had Sammy
wanted te cheat and win exemption be could have dene
what what Jockeys do daily when they have to melt a few
lbs... He often rides at 87 or M lbs... But he elected to fight
for his country and reported for duty weighing ltl.
Mentes ef a Mldnighter: Rodgers As Hammersteln Insisted the
Shuberu change the box office personnel at a certain theatre...
Quick's issue out today offers a survey taken In 4 leading cities
on "best known Americana." A columnist led the list... The Allan
Smileys (Lucille Casey, Copa beatuy and MOM starlet) are Imag-
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"God Needs Men," may create another Catholic Church Impasse.
The same theatre recently featured "The Miracle." which started
a furious controversy... George Abbot, who has several things
going for him in the Broadway arena Just learned his oil wells
are gushing... Dorothy Sarnoff's 2nd act song In "King and
I" la reported a corker... A Strand usher wound up In Poly clinic
Hosp. after a hoodlum slugged him... Howcum the gazettes
weren't tipped to the forgery story at Governor's Is? The court
martial Is very sotto-voee.
New York Low life: Some of us were recalling "The Dick-
inson Follies" last night... They were the wildest orgies of
them all, according to eye-witnesses, usually attended by
Hollywood and Broadway celebs... The cope finally raided
the placesending "Mr. Dickinson" to the clink... He is a
big league lawyer, married, 4 children. His real name: P. 11.
Smart... An ultra-dignified bum. whose obeeenlc-railway
goings-on are unprintable... At one of his exhibitions (re-
called our informant) this Smart-Dickinson outdid himself.
Finally, exhausted, he sat down on the floor of the apart-
ment (completely peeled) and then went into a tirade a-
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ON LOCAL DELINQUENTS
March 11, 1951
Balboa, C.Z.
Dear Editor of the Mail Box:
I am writing the following In
hopes something will be done for
the youth of our delinquent com-
munities. It Is an open letter to
Judge Hancock and others Inter-
ested In what happens to our
daughters and sons as they ap-
proach the vital young adult
age. I hope you see It as fit ma-
terial for one of your Mall Box
columns.
A few weeks ago there were two
little West Indian boys picked up
for stealing some small article
left out In the yard by a neglect-
ful American child. These little
boys were going to try and sell
this toy In hopes of getting mo-
ney for food. Now. I have no sym-
pathy with young malicious
street wanderers but neverthe-
less these boys are typical of only
too many now found wandering
our residential areas. They are
also only human beings and we
humans have an odd knack of
getting hungrythey get so hun-
gry they steal, for they have no
other method.
Some have mothers who are
able to work but not stay at home
to care for them, others have mo-
thers who are so old or Invalided
they have to sta^y at home and
not workso have no Income
Their fathersgoodness knows
where they are!
These little street wandereis,
whether Panamanian or West
Indian, are picked up along with
their "loot" whether it be a few
empty coke bottles or a toyand
are brought Into our magistrate
court where the Judge gives them
a talking to and some are Jailed
others are put on probation not
to be found guilty of such an act
within a yearafter the year is
over what?
Five days ago, my daughter
came home from school in tears
Her friends had all been teasing
her because she dated a "thief "
Upon questioning her It seems
that some half dozen boysAme-
rican teen-agers had been
caucht red handed with some
hundreds of dollars worth of sur-
plus Army equipment which they
had STOLEN. I didn't believe it,
for I knew most of the boys and
several had been here with my
daughterbut I found It to be
true. The boys are bragging a-
bout it at schoolthey have done
something SMART and tell oth-
ers It's a "swell hobby."
I asked a couple of policemen
if they knew anything about such
an Incident, one had heard of it
but believed everything had oeen
e cove red so no court act'on
would be taken. Another fellow
was pretty much disgusted about
the whole affairit seems this
Isn't the first time this certain
group has gotten into trouble.
I certainly hope my daughter
will discontinue her affairs with
such a group of boys and trust
her good sense will guide her.
The "goods has been recovered"
on 08% of the little Panamanian
boys too, but their parents are all
poor and hare no "pull"
What la wrong with our courts
of today?First It was DELIN-
QUENT KIDS and then DELIN-
QUENT PARENTSIs it now tu
be DELINQUENT GOVERNMENT
and COURTS? These things
should not be allowed.
Ask any policeman to verify
this letter and better yetMr.
Editorset your little red-heed-
ed assistant busyshell find 00!
the facts for you!
A very disgusted Father
Editor' note: We knew abont
the case of the American boys,
but It was not taken to court,
and we did not publish any
thine about it. The Canal Zone
police have explained to us.
and we have seen the sise of
their files, that Juvenileex-
cept in most unusual ciscum*-
tanees or flagrant casesnever
go to court the first time they
get into trouble. This policy has
been laid down by Canal Zone
authorities, both in police
handling of such cases and in
handling by the District Attor-
ney's offl'.-. There are many
many juvenile a asa* which are
never brought before a Judge.
And if the Jnvonilea West In-
dian, Panamanian or Ameri-
can,do come to court, it is
almost a certainty that they
have been in trouble before,
have been reprimanded by the
police or District Attorney and
warned that further misbe-
haviour will lead te pusdeh-
ment. The American boys you
speak of were considerably
chastened after they bad been
interviewed by several police-
men and representatives of the
army. If they are bragging and
boasting now abont their foats,
a clipper, properly applied,
might straighten them out
Labor New
And
Comment
Orchids
By Victor Rittel
HOLLYWOOD Only a few
executives in the inner sanctum
of one major movie studio
and one labor leader knew
this story. Yet It reveals as much
of the Commie worm-ln-the-
woodwork technique as will the
star-spangled banner headlines
when Congress probes more dee-
ply into the illm colony next
month.
This story should also settle an
Inner leud now slicing the House
Un-American Activities Commit-
tee several ways. One Commit-
tee member, ex-FBI agent Ha-
rold Velde, waqts to know whe-
ther the Comrades got subtle
propaganda on the American
and world-wide screens. The
others want to know /Just ,how
many millions of dollars the
swimming pool proletariat sank
into the Communist Party at
the rate of one-filth of their
four-figured weekly pay checks.
Why not get together and
discover Just how the comrades
are actually at work ritht now,
attempting to exploit the movie
makers as they would the elec-
tronic Industry? They never
"stood in bed." They're operat-
ing now. Still persecuting others.
For example:
Recently one of the great
major studios bought a script
exposing a union and was
about ready to go into produc-
tion.
Fascinating script, this. It at-
tacked a union whose people
have helped boycott Russia and
cripple Its economy. It was vi-
vid and lived in blasting
this anti-Communist waterfront
outfit, making It appear that
the union was run by racketeers
and that the mobs were meeting
in smoke-filled suites with the
employers. So American busi-
ness gets socked, as well as Ame-
rican labor.
Every business outfit In the
script was to be pictured as a
bookie Joint or payoff hide-out.
Union Jobs were being peddled,
according to the author, through
whiskey stores and beauty sa-
lons, where you simply overpaid
so many bucks, depending on
what Job you wanted.
Author, author, who's the au-
thor? A Broadway playwright
with a long pro-Commie record
of helping the apparatus in po-
litical activities and by setting
up a job pork-barrel on the
main stem. No mean playwright,
though. Smash hit kind of fel-
low.
And his director was to be a
man with an equally long re-
cord of association with at least
one Commie propaganda front
whose specialty, to my personal
knowledge, was to telephone
antl-Communlsts at all times of
the night so long, as it was
between three and five a. m.
and call them dirty names.
So when Roy Brewer, that
crusading and thoroughly so-
phisticated leader of Hollywood's
studio workers, learned of the
script, he called the studio and
patiently explained that it was
aimed at Just one AFL leader.
The executives were coopera-
tive. "Hut they were stuck with
a costly script. They said they
would change it In every way to
remove objections and take the
knife out of the union. They
would take out the waterfront
scenes and put In mid-city
streets and playgrounds to make
it appear just an Isolated union
and not an attack on all Amer-
ican labor.
The author and director were
called In. They wouldn't go
along. The picture was dumped.
The studio was willing to lose
the dough rather than hurt
American labor In general and
swing the witting boy's type-
wrlter-axe against one union
the Commies would love to cap-
ture.
That much for the screen it-
self. Now, for the Hollywood
unions! These craft outfits cov-
ers the 30,000 magic makers who
can whip up overnight a castle,
an African Congo or a street
car which any director desires.
They live at peace with the stu-
dio owners, for the most part.
Being human they're now bar-
gaining' in this day of high
prices, for a General Motors
type of cost-of-living Increase.
There's tension, dissatisfaction
and even bickering between the
unions themselves on tactics.
But it won't get rough, for the
main issue now is that the stu-
dio technicians want the new
contract to run to next October
and the producers want stabi-
lization until October, 1953. And
there's compromise in the air
for Oct. 19S2.
It's just as simple as that. But
what happens? The Commie ap-
parat screams "warmongering."
It gets Its fanatics distributing
leaflets at the studio gates,
agitating for action against the
studios and AFL leaders.
It shoots anonymous telegrams
to union chiefs and studio heads
alike, threatening as It did
back in 1938 to start new
unions which will start new
strikes if there aren't weird wage
Increases. This is coupled with
a fight by a handful of men in
the Directors' and Writers'
Guilds against the signing of
oaths of loyalty to this nation.
Let's take a good look at this
apparatus which acquired Its
gilt (correct) by association with
glittering Hollywood.
CopyrMjht 1951, Paet-Hall Syndicate,
Inc.
qi* WSIflHGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DRIW PIAtlON
Moving Day
By BOB RUARK
NEW ORLEANS Morality has busted out all
over, since Mr. Kefauver's voice is heard around
the land. It has suddenly become popular for
people to find little right with wrong, and even
in New Orleans, the old free-wheeler, some con-
cessions of a purely llp-servlce variety have been
made to the new fad of broad disapproval of
sin.
Since the committee paid a visit to the town,
gambling has become against the law. This Is
to say that it has moved from Jefferson Parish
to St. Bernard Parish. Either parish is about
15 minute from the old Absinthe House, and
about a buck's worth of cab fare.
Mr. Frank Costello's tldv little investment, the
Beverly Country Club, is folded flat. But most
of the other boys have extended themselves to
the new parish. The weekly tourist poop sheet.
"This Week in New Oejeans." carries full-Page
advertisements. One says:
"While the original Club Forest la closed, the
management and personnel of the club are now
at the New Crescent Club. 079 N. Peters St. in
St. Bernard Parish. Your patronage will be ap-
preciated."
This, of course, means merely that the same
old faces are to be seen over the green baize
pool tables where the dominoes dance. And
that the odds on "come" or "don't come" in the
dlcerles remain the same. The same tired de-
votees of chance and choice make the same trio
out of town to lose the same money. One odd
facet is that a sort of poor-man's gambling
hell, the "Hl-Lo Club." now is catching the class
trade, when it used to be as unfashionable as
a bean-Joint located across the street from "21,
1. that be possible, which it ain't.
All of which Droves verv little except one pre-
mise: People like to eamble. people will gamble,
and the Senate investigation Is of nil value un-
less some heavy legal Implementation makes It
stick. It boots us little to close up the Club
Beverly, if the neighbors run wide open next
door. It's an old stand to take, but you hate to
see the Messrs. Dandy Phil Kastel and Francis
Costello lose dough If the dough la being taken
from the auckers around the corner. Same way,
a historic gambling family named O'Dwyer no
relation to our ex-mayor now serves steaks
and provides dancing for folks who used to buck
the tiger high and handsome. No dice.
I admire the light that has been shed on Il-
legal businesses by the Kefauver committee, but
fall to see where the light proflteth any one if
reform does not accompany the Hght-shedding.
What I mean, there are two family-type
gambling concerns which have recently been
closed here the old Southport Inn and the
original Old Southport where the housewives
used to go to plav a little keno or wager an
odd dime on a horse or risk a quarter on the
dice. All closed for the spiritual benefit of the
locals, while vou can bet a million elsewhere.
Up to now I see little emphasis on law en-
forcement enforcement that will stick a a
result of the inquiry into national crime. Frank
Erickson has gone to jail, true, and ex-Mavor
Bill O'Dwvor is embarrassed, and Virginia Hill
was pretty cute. Some people a very few
neople are hesitantly hiding out, but the
structure of illegality around the nation remains
much the same.
You have to face one tough thing: A Ke-
fauver committee is great if punishment follows
accusation. If the committee continues to smoke
out the miscreants, if something aside from po-
litical prestige and heavy-handed vaudeville de-
velops from the investigation. But I come right
back to New Orleans for mv sermon. What
good was It all if the kids lust change stores In
order to sell the same wares? ______________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
MAN HUNT
WASHINGTON.The story of the last days of
Vlado dementis, former Foreign Minister of
Czechoslovakia, before he was arrested as a
traitor can now be told. It is a revealing story,
for It demonstrates dramatically the extent to
which hidden terror and the fear of sudden be-
trayal now pervade the whole Soviet empire.
dementis has been a fanatical Communist all
his life. Yet In the course of his Communist
career he made one mistake which has now
proved his undoing. For a few months he was
a "premature antl fascist," making anti Nazi
broadcasts from London to lue own country,
while Hitler and Stalin were still formally alli-
ed. This was deviatlonlsm, and the Kremlin
iiever forgets.
Late In 1949, while dementis was in this
country representing his government at the
United Nationa, reliable report* that the Krem-
lin had demanded the liquidation of Clementis
were published in this space, dementis de-
nounced these reports as lies, and "s photo-
graphed arm in arm with a smiling Andrei vi-
shinsky. dementis was in fact wholly aware
that he was In danger. But Czech President
Klement Oottwald, a close personal friend of
long standing, had sent his wife to New York
with assurance that IT Clementis returned he
would be spared. Trusting his friend's word,
Clementis made the fateful decision to go back.
He was soon dismissed as Foreign Minister,
which he must have expected. But he was not
arrested. He was installed instead In a minor
lob as economic adviser in the state bank. Yet
as tl j Kremlin, acting through such trusted
agents as party secretary Rudolf 81ansky. tight-
ened Its grip on Czechoslovakia, the protection
of Oottwald became increasingly worthless. The
Kremlin is never satisfied with half measures,
and early this year word came to Clementis
that he had been marked for the slaughter. He
could save himself only bv escaping.
He and his brother-in-law. Dr. Daniel Okall,
Slovak Minister of the Interior and also a life-
long Communist, hatched a Dlan. Ostensibly to
discuss the export of wood pulp with Okaii,
Clementis would fly to Bratislava, the Slovak
capital. Okall had a government plane at his
dlsoosal. and in this the two men would es/?IJe
to Western Germany, with Tito's Belgrade their
ultimate objective. .. .__
At the last moment. Clementis became aware
that he was being watched. He changed nis
r.lan. evading the secret oollce and taking a slow
train for Bratislava, instead of the plane. The
train stopped over for some hours at Brno, near
the Czech border, and at Brno Clementis must
have felt the noose tightening around his neck.
For while waiting to continue his Journey, Cle-
mentis got word that Okall had been arrested
as a traitor in Bratislava.
When he heard this, Clementis must have
known that he had become the object of a
manhunt. At first, he tried to cross the border
on his own. with the Intention of making his
way through the Bohemian forest Into Soviet
Austria, and thence into Vienna. But the net
was drawn too tight, and to ross the border
without help proved impossible. Evidently, Cle-
mentis decided to play a last desperate card.
The local Communist leader in the smaller town
of Znaim, near the border, was an old comrade
in arms from the pre-war days. Perhaps he
might help.
He reached Znaim undetected, and saw his
friend in his office in the morning. His friend
stood by him. and told him to return at 5:00
o'clock that afternoon, when arrangements for
his escape Into East Austria would be complete.
Clementis passed the Intervening hours at a
motion picture, and returned promptly at 5:00
o'clock.
This was the end of the trail. His Communist
friend had been watched and had already been
arrested. In his office. Clementis found the se-
cret police waiting for him. President Gottwald.
all real power now stripped from him, promtly
denounced Clementis, to whom he had been
closer than any other man. as a traitor and a
spy in order to save his own skin. Thus the
end came tor Viacio Clementis, who Is dead now
cr as good as dead.
This story, which is certainly accurate In out-
line, of the last days of the former Czech For-
eign Minister, is worth pondering, especially now
when It so often seems that moral decay has
overtaken the American republic. The Ameri-
can system may produce Its Costellos. but at
least It produces no spectacle comparable to
that of a man who had been Foreign Minister
only a few months before zigzagging frantical-
ly, like a rabbit pursued bv hounds. In a desper-
ate effort to escape his country. Surely the
endless bloodv ferreting out of old Communist
after old Communist which has been going on
fo- so many years now argues a terrible weak-
ness in the power structure of the Communist
world. Surely the fear which Clementis must
have felt as his pursuers closed in on him must
be felt also, and always, by his pursuers, whose
turn is so likely to come next.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson soys: Eisenhower has made Europeas; pre-
paredness a partial reality in three months since tak-
ing over Atlantic Poet defense organization; Allied
troops should have indoctrination program on why wj
oppose Communism.
PARIS.It is now more than two years since the Foreign
Ministers of 12 nations met In solemn conclave in Washington
and, accompanied by Klleg lights and overseas broadcasts, signed
the North Atlantic Pact.
The purpose of that pact was to protect the llberty-lovine
Democracies from Soviet aggression. In the two years that have
passed, however, not one single division has been raised to* block
that aggression, and there has been no agreement on pooling; of
raw materials, no schedule for production, no program for pro-
paganda and political warfare, and no coordination of lntelUsJ-
ence reportsIn brief, all that the North Atlantic Pact countries
have after two years of talking Is a piece of paper plus an array
of cumbersome committees which got in each other's way^
a
It was this emaciated skeleton of a defense organization- thai
Gen. Dwlght Elsenhower took over less than three months, ago.
Actually, he didn't exactly take It over, for Elsenhower, as Sup-
reme Commander, reports back to "the standing group" in
Washington, where Gen. Omar Bradley is his boss, and he
standing group, in turn, takes orders from NATO, or the North
Atlantic Pact Organization, in London.
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Out of this tangled skein of red tape, however, Elsenhower
has emerged as a contagious and forceful catalyst. Already* *hu
influence is being felt: already he has made European prepared-
ness a partial reality. He doesn't talk in terms of so many troops
here or so many troops there but in terms of goals, teamwork
and cooperation. --*
t- >
The biggest thing Elsenhower has done, however, la_
spire confidence. There Is a sort of contagious, almost spf
driving force about Elsenhower when he talks with his
colleagues. His job Is partly one of public relations between gov-
ernments, to get them to stop bickering over who will manu-
facture a three-inch fuse and now much they will be paid for it
or who will make a 90-mlllimeter gun and what price they will
charee for it. This is what NATO has been haggling over for
two long years, and what Ike is trying to make them see is th$C
having a certain command Is not a question of prestige but an
obligation and a responsibility.
Another thing Ike has done is to insist that every member
of his international organization function as a team. If a Dane
st.-.rts talking like a Dane, not as part of the team, he is through
as far as Eisenhower Is concerned.
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MORALE BOOST SOON
The first big boost to North Atlantic Pact morale will come
early in April when America's first division of troops under NATO
will dock at Havre, march up the Champs Elysees and then en-
train for Germany.
This Is going to be the biggest lift to European defense psy-
chology since June, 1944, when Elsenhower landed other MB.
troops on the Normandy beachhead. However what has been
diplomatically suggested to France and England is that they
make this psychological impact even greater by adding one
division each to the North Atlantic Pact Organization on the
same day the American division lands.
Thus, as U.8. troops land at Havre, a British division would
land at Cherbourg, with a French division Joining them in Paris,
and all three then entraining for the area where the Red army,
if It strikes, would strike firstGermany.
NOTEAt present Elsenhower has only eight divisions to
defend a 500-mlle line from the Baltic to Switzerland If the Red
army moves. On the other immediate side of this line the Rus-
sians have about 30 German divisions plus around 70 divisions
in the Russian standing army. To meet this, France has promised
10 divisions this year and England five for Europe and five for
other parts of the British Empire.
IKE'S ON DIET
One of the first things Ike did to speed work at his Allied
headquarters in the Astoria Hotel In Paris was to abolish the
typical two-to-three-hour Parislenne lunch. He did this by set-
ting up a dining room at his headquarters and then putting an
Englishman in charge of English foods so bad that the Allied
officers spend only 30 minutes lunching.
Ike himself is dieting and gets a large plate of carrot salad
put In front of him at lunch. Several months ago his fififfor
made Ike cut out smoking which meant that he began putting
on weight, so now the doctor has not only put him on a dtefhut
curtailed Ike to one evening cocktail per day.
Ike's chief personal problem, however, is not dieting but
Mrs. Eisenhowers reluctance to return to Europe. During the
long war years and during the period before them, when Ike was
In the Philippines, the Eisenhower family never had a home of
their own. _
Finally, at Columbia, Mrs. Eisenhower revamped the pre-
sident's mansion and had Just got comfortably settled whin" Her
husband was yanked off to Europe. Naturally, Mrs. Ike wasn't
enthusiastic although now she realizes the tremendous challenge
facing him and she Is almost beginning to like their -poorly
heated Paris apartment. =
STEP TOWARD UNIFYING EUROPE
Some significant trans-Atlantic haggling Is taking plac* re-
garding what could be one of the most Important by-products
to emerge from European rearmamentnamely, an educational
program for Allied troops on why we oppose Communism, impro-
perly put across, this could be the first real step toward -ainlfy-
lng Europe. 7 ,
Some of Elsenhower's staff, realising that several thousand
troops would be on their hunds In Germany with relatively no-
thing to do, proposed a troop indoctrination program similar 19
the historic "why we fight" films produced by Hollywood
Frank Capra during the war. They also proposed radio talks, by
Elsenhower to his troops on the reasons why they are In Europe,
together with the goals and ideals o Democracy as against
Communism.
However, because this verges on things political, the State-
Department and the British got scared. State Department offi-
cials didn't like the army barging into their field, while the
British held up their hands in horror at any American propa-
ganda going to their troops.
Trans-Atlantic wire-pulling Is still continuing over what
could be the most Important phase of the entire rearmament
program.
(Copyright, 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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-x
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
the 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 articles 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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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 151
AFGE Gets Reports On Tax,
Upgrading Of Customs Men
Indication that legal action
cannot relieve the retroactive in-
come tax was received this week
by AF6E Lodge No. 14 Irom, its
nattonal headquarters in Wash-
ington. In the same letter, from
National President James A.
Campbell, It was reported that
the question of classification of
customs Inspectors Is being taken
up In the Civil Service Commis-
sion.
Mr. Campbell wrote:
conSn^^toni 'SEp^S. cautious ^ hl^remarks^He >>
firm of King and King was con-
sulted. It was learned that a Mr.
Harry D. Ruddiman of the firm
had handled several pieces of
correspondence on the lax mat-
ter. He was unable to recall all
the names of those forwarding
the letters, but did state that a
preliminary opinion had been
rendered by the firm to a Mr.
Hatcher of the Canal Zone Po-
lice Association.
"Mr. Ruddiman was rather
and the possibility of legal action
on the- retroactive tax for Pan-
ama Canal employes, the law
50 Members Vote
To Continue Work
Of Balboa PTA
Fifty members of the Balboa
Junior-Senior High School Pa-
rent Teacher Association 16
of them teachers last night
voted to continue the organiza-
tion.
New officers, to take over in
September, will be; W. H. Ess-
lingr, president; Mrs. Harry L.
Bach, first vice president; Paul
Duran, second vice presldenc;
Mrs. E. L. Cotton, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Eleanor Jacobs,
corresponding secretary; Sgt.
William S. Loehr, treasurer, and
(George Lee, historian.
The question of increased
tuition for non-residents of the
Canal was discussed and a com-
mittee appointed to study the
problem and report at the April
meeting.
The evening's program on
student counselling and voca-
tional guidance was presented
by Miss Marie Weird and Cecil
L. Munden. PTA members learn-
ed that Munden is leaving the
Canal Zone schools to become
education director with the
USARCARIB. His work will be
continued this year by Richard
Clark while Harold J. Zierten
will take over the counsellor's
post for next year.
Panam Rotary Club
Schedules Luncheon
At Balboa YMCA
parently felt that any informa-
tion he might give the Federa-
tion would be the subject of ex-
tensive coverage In Zone news-
papers.
"Nevertheless, If was clear,
that based upon the facts re-
ceived by King and King to date
they do not feel they would be
warranted In accepting the case.
This does not preclude their
handling the matter in the fu-
ture if additional facts warrant
It.
"Mr. Ruddiman may be reach-
ed at King and King, 1620 I St.
vW. Washington, DC.
"On the classification problem
of customs Inspectors, inquiry at
the Civil Service Commission re-
veals that the request for an ad-
visory opinion has been received
from the Zone. It Is currently
being developed and the opinion
is not expected prior to the lat-
ter part of next week.
"Your Mr. Campbell was in-
formed during his visit to Wash-
ington that the findings of the
Commission on these classifica-
tions would probably be advi-
sory in nature. I shall Inform
you as soon as later Informa-
tion Is received here."
With Zonians
In the Service
(Isthmians with family
members or friends in the
V. s. Armed Forces are urged
to contribute to this depart-
ment by mailing data to the
Zone Service man's Editor,
The Panama-American, Box
134. Panama. R. P. Informa-
tion as to ser v i c e m e n s
whereabouts, their promo-
tions and excerpts from their
letters are of particular In-
terest.)
IN HOLLYWOOD
By PATRICIA CLARY
First Aid Training
Goes Ahead Well
In Local Rale Towns
Gratifying progress has been
made in first aid training in lo-
cal rate towns, according to re-
ports from the various centers
since Feb. 28.
Those classes which got under-
way In February are approaching
their final stages. Plans are being
made to open new classes imme-
diately they finish.
The sections that went Into op-
eration in February were La Bo-
ca, Red Tank, Paraiso, Santa
I Cruz and the Pacific Clubhoiu-e.
Townsfolk who have not taken
j the training as yet and wish to
; do so may make contacts with
instructions at the local sphools,
who will give Information on new
classes.
, Other Joc^ie, curren* 1,2?*^ hlSt0t'Cal
Followln#*lts annual custom,Tsesaln are CTagres, under the
the Panama Rotary Club will vi- direction of William Gordon aid
tv/o classes at the Crlstobal-Ban-
Ust Church. Instructed by Mrs.
Carmen Fawcett and Walter Al-
ley ne.
Enrollment at the Baptist cen-
ter is growing steadily, and it i.i
expected that another Instructor
will be necessary to assist with
the influx of students. This cen-
ter conducts classes on Tuesday
and Thursday.
In addition to class for
grownups and oldsters in Rod
Tank, under the direction of Jo-
seph Bryan, a group of 28 .stu-
dents and teachers are taking
first aid training under Roy
Oooden. Another group is being
organized for a class scheduled
to get underway next week.
Two classes of students a:>d
teachers will go into operation iu
Bit tins Aimed Sen ices YMCA'at
Balboa tomorrow, when lunch-
eon will be served In yCnlnese
tyle by Harry Chan.
Guests of honor will be Col.
Herbert D. Vo^el. U.S.A., Acting
Governor of the Panama Canal,
and Briuudied General Emil C.
Kiel, Commanding General Car-
ibbean Air Command, accom-
panied by First Lieut. Maurice
C. Boley, Aide.
Guest speaker will be Chaplain
(Colonel i Edward T. Donahue.
Senior Chaplain U. S. Army
Caribbean.
Music will Be provided by Miss
Vivian Simmons, accompanied
by Mrs. Ernest Baker.
Luncheon will be served at
12; 15 p.m.
Any Rotarlans or their guests
can bring their bathing suits
and come an hour earlier for a
swim before luncheon.
WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR
FORCE BASE. Ohio Promotion
of Kathleen E. Hoffman to the
'trade of Major, WAF. has been
announced by Headqua r t e r s,
USAF. in Washington. .
Major Hoffman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Hoffman,
Pedro Miguel. Canal Zone, is his-
torian and security officer at the
USAF Institute of Technology,
Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio.
A graduate of the University
of Rochester. Rochester, N.Y.. shs
received her BS degree in library
science from Columbia Universi-
ty School of Library Service in
New York in 1939.
Before entering the AF she was
librarian with the Panama Ca-
nal, New York Public and Bank-
ers Trust Company libraries and
tor a time served as librarian
with the veterans administration
at neuropsychlatrlc hospitals at
Northport, L.I. and Lexington,
Kentucky.
* Since entering the WAF. Ma-
jor Hoffman has had duties In
work and Information and edu-
cation assignments. Prior to |oln-
'iir the staff of the USAF Insti-
tute of Technology she was sta-
tioned at Cralg Air Force Base,
Alabama, as chief librarian at
the USAF Special Staff School,
Air University.
the Chagres school early this
week. Instructors for these ses-
sions are Miss A. Patton and Mrs.
E. Griffith.
Owen B. Shirley, vice-principal
of the Silver City Occupational
High School reports ten classes
for students and teachers wiil
open in the school this week.
This school boasts the largest
number of first aid instructors
sufficient to conduct about 18
classes at the same time.
Two groups of community folks
have graduated since January.
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HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 27 (UP)
John Carroll offers a new recipe
for learning how to sing: stand
on your head.
Carroll stands on his head for
three minutes before every vocal
appearance. He said It's terrific
for the tonsils.
"I wouldn't sing the scales
without standing on my head,"
the actor-turned-crooner de-
clared. '"You've got to get the
blood up to your throat. You
wouldn't take off in an airplane
without warming up the engines.
I can't sing without warming up
my throat/'
Thus, before he gallops on
stage for a performance, Car-
roll inverts himself on the seat
of a handy chair. He puts his
hands on the chair arms, his
elbows close to hie chest, his
legs straight and toes pointed
toward the ceiling.
"When I sing, I'm usually
nervous, and Instead of getting
cold feet, I get a cold throatall
the blood leaves It," he explain-
ed. "The headstand sends the
blood back to my throat, and I
can be sure I'm In good voice be-
fore going on."
The acrobats off stage are a
prelude to what goes on later on
stage. By the time he's halfway
through his act Carroll Is loos-
ening his bow tie and unbutton-
ing his collar.
"I took singing lessons' in
France and Italy," he explained,
"and they teach you there to bel-
low In the operatic style. They
aim to produce a voice that will
reach the last balcony at the
Metropolitan, and I'm used to
letting my full voice go on many
numbers.
"When I do, my neck swells
a full two inches. I could wear
a collar two inches too big, but
I figure it's better to loosen It
a little."
Carroll had never sung pro-
fessionally, and all his screen
roles had been dramatic, until
friends and his wife, Lucille Ry-
man. urged him to try his luck.
After an appearance at Hous-
ton's ShamrocK hotel, the hotel
magnate Ned Schuyler signed
him for a $100,000 tour of North
and South America, starting at
the Copa City in Miami.
\
Fred Clark, the ex-movie vil-
lain, bought a king-size bottle of
cologne and sat through 15 Ty-
rone Power pictures and now Is
ready to go to work as a Great
Lover.
Clark, who hardly ever got to
kiss a girl In movies before, U
playing his first romantic role In
"Meet Me After the Show," and
he wins his dame In the finish.
"It's the director's Idea," he
said. "Dick Sale saw me one day
and asked me If I'd ever done
anything romantic. I sneered at
that oneI thought he was kid-
ding. But he said, 'I think you've
got what the girls would like.' So
here I am, ready for the girls.
"I've been to all Ty Power's
films and Gregory Peck's and I
spend the day on the set watch-
ing how Mac Carey makes love
with Betty arable. And I'm all
ready to take Lois Andrews In
my arms.
"I'm no Clark Gable, but
with Miss Andrews' helpand
what help!I do all right In
my sneakish way." .
Clark left his knives, guns and
poisons at home. He wouldn't ob-
ject to getting them out again,
because he has enjoyed his doz-
ens of parts as a cad and a kill-
er. Right now 20th Century-Fox
has given him a wardrobe Power
would be proud of for "Meet Me
After the Show," and there's no
room In the pockets for a gat.
Clark got his start as an actor
by seeing some 2,000 movies.
"Writers read a lot. Internes
attend many operations." he
said. "Why shouldn't an actor
study flhns?"
Clark still sees some 500 movies
a year. He was "discovered" by
Hollywood while acting In a La-
guna Beach, Calif., little theater.
"I have been pretty much typ-
ed as a heavy since then." he
said, "But now that's all in the
sordid past."
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PANAMA, R. P.. MIRCOLES, MARZO 8, 1951
CINCO CENTESO08
Inglaterra enva barcos de guerra al Irn
Exponen su opinin
sobre una reforma
los Supervisores
El nuevo Decreto Ejecutivo "viola la legalidad ju-
rdica existente y es inoperante," alegan
Los Inspectores de Educacin
han lanzado el siguiente mani-
fiesta al pas, con motivo de
la nueva organizacin de las
Provincias Escolares:
Manifiesto de los Inspectores
de Educacin
El reciente Decreto Ejecutivo
que se refiere al Articulo 22 de
1* Ley 47, d 24 de septiembre
de 1946, Orgnica de Educa-
cin, en cuanto a Provincias
Escolares, es, entre otras co-
sas, una nueva prueba a que
se somete al cuerpo de Inspec-
tores y Supervisores de la Re-
pblica.
Desde el punto de vista de
la legalidad Jurdica existe una
interpretacin torcida de la in-
tencin del legislador en cuan-
to al alcance de algunos ar-
tculos de la Ley Orgnica.
El Nuevo Decreto Ejecutivo
burla el estatus difanamente
definido por los fallos reitera-
(Pasa a la Pinina 6. Columna 6)
Desean abaratar
las medicinas
Una importante reunin tuvo
lugar hoy en la Direccin de
Salud Pblica con el fin de pro-
vocar el abaratamiento de las
medidas al pblico.
La reunin que fu abierta
por la Sra. Ministro del Ramo,
Doa Mara S. de Miranda a
solicitud del Director de Salud
Pblica, Dr. Roberto Sandoval,
fu una exposicin del Inters
de la comunidad por su propio
mejoramiento. Asistieron los
mayoristas, los distribuidores,
representantes de casas farma-
cuticas, el Presidente de
m p*r k mi x-
Por primera vez viaja a los
Estados Unidos un Presidente
de Francia, en el ejercicio
Trae ensaje.de paz y amistad "a las naciones cuyos
hijos han cruzado, dos veces el mar para combatir^
el Lunes, cuando regresar a
Nueva York, para una brsve
WABHINOTON, Marzo 28
(UP) El Presidente Vim un.
Auriol, de Francia llegar hoy
en una visita oficial al Presi-
dente Truman. Esta es la pri-
mera vez que un Presidente de
> rancia viaja a Estados Unidor.
El Presidente de Francia per-
manecer en Washington hasta
La vacunacin en
Panam prosigir
con celeridad
El Jueves de la semana pasa-
da la campaa de vacunacin,
reci ninlclada, habla alcanza-
do ms de 10,000 vacunados y
las vacunaciones se realizaban
en una proporcin de 2.500 a
2.700 por dia.
Un dcimo del rea de la ciu-
dad ha sido cubierta ya y ello
representa, en cuanto a po-
blacin, una quinta parte de la
poblacin que se piensa vacu-
nar, cuya meta es de 80,000 per-
sonas.
Se espera que en cuatro se-
manas ms, la labor de vacu-
nacin haya terminado. Hemos
sabido, asimismo, que las per-
sonas residentes en las afueras
solicitarn a las autoridades se
busque una frmula para llevar
la inmunizacin o proteccin
contra la viruela hasta ese im-
portante sector suburbano de
esta capital.
En trminos generales, la cam-
paa ha recibido una clida a-
cogida del pblico que busca los
lugares de vacunacin especial-
mente. La gente en los distin-
tos lugares le brinda toda clase
de atenciones a los vacunado-
res, pudimos comprobar en el
dia de hoy y son raros los ca-
sos en que ha habido proble-
mas.
Algunos de los problemas sur-
gidos en la vacunacin es el
de personas que dicen haber
sido ya vacunadas. Estas perso-
nas comienzan a argumentar
con el agente o se niegan a
formar filas y desean que se les
d te a su palabra. Esto cau-
sa pequeos trastornos en la ra-
pidez con que la vacunacin
puede ser realizada. El plan de
vacunacin en masa trata de
vacunar a la mayor cantidad de
personas posibles en corto pe-
rodo, por lo que se trata de
evitar procedimientos largos y
tediosos. Una persona puede
hasta tacunarse nuevamente si
'ras* a la pagina . col. t><
Anuncia que no permitir de
ninguna manera una decisin
unilateral sobre el petrleo
La Polica choca con los obreros que trataron de
irrumpir en las oficifas del Gobernador
TEHERAN, marzo 28. (UP)
La polica choc con los
obreros que trataron de
Irrumpir en las oficinas del
Gobernador General de la
Provincia de Isfahan, y "va-
irias" personas resultaron he-
ridas, de acuerdo con Infor-
mes Helados a Tehern.
Los obreros, quienes fueron
despedidos de una fbrica de
tejidos, rompieron las puertas
del edificio. del Gobernador
General en Isfahan, a 214 mi-
llas de Tehern, antes que
pudieran ser detenidos por la
polica.
En Londres, el Almirantazgo
Inform que tres barcos de
guerra britnicos han llegado a
Abadan, uno de los principa-
les puertos petroleros en don-
de ocurrieron disturbios duran-
te los das santos.
Fuentes policiales informaron
que Navad Safavl, dirigente del
Fldalyan Islam y otros cuatro
miembros de la organizacin
musulmana fueron arrestados
en los ltimos dias. Siete miem-
bros de la organizacin fueron
arrestados el sbado.
Hasta el momento no hay
informes dignos de crdito pro-
cedentes de las provincias pe-
troleras, ya que las comunica-
ciones telegrficas y telefni-
cas se encuentran interrumpi-
das desde el sbado.
La situacin del petrleo
en Irn se hace cada hora
ms grave. Las ltimas huel-
gas en las sbnas petroleras
resultaron en la proclamacin
de la Ley Marcial por tres
meses.
Los britnicos dijeron que
estn listos a Informar a Irn
que no tolerarn la naciona-
lizacin unilateral de los cam-
pos petroleros, como fue a-
probada por el Parlamento n>
Irn.
El Premier Hussein Ala, quien
sucedi al asesinado Ali Raz-
mara, parece que se opone a
la nacionalizacin, pero las
huelgas demuestran que el pue-
blo la quiete. Por lo tanto, lo
mejor que puede ofrecer el Pre-
mier es un arreglo mediante
el cual la Compaa Petrolera
Anglo-Iranla pase a ser propie-
dad del Gobierno, quedando los
britnicos como administrado-
res, bajo un contrato a largo
plazo.
Durante dos aos el Gobier-
no de Irn ha rechazado las
ofertas britnicas de un cin-
cuenta por ciento de las utili-
dades de la compaa. Bajo el
presente contrato, el Gobierno
Columna 7)
Agua callente le
ech en la cara
a un ecuatoriano
Digna Maria Ramea, residen-
te en Calle 12 Octubre Nmero
3. tuvo un fuerte disgusto con
Harael Lasso, ecuatoriano, de
33 aos de edad, residente en
calle 17 No. 6 y en su enojo
oa con agua caliente el rostro
de Lasso.
Se ignoran todos los retalles
ucl incidente, pero parece y
la joven Ramea tenia listo un
poco, de agua caliente y s_e la
arroj toda en tal forma que \
rostro entero*, los brazos y e!
toiax han quedado fuertemente
quemados. Lasso tuvo que t>e.-
licvado rpidamente al Hospi-
tal Santo Toms.
visita, tras la cual partir na-
ca el Canad el 4 de Abril.
Auriol, el popular Presdeme
de Francia, de 60 aos de edad,
ha declarado que trae "un men-
saje de paz y amistad a las na
ciones cuyos hijos han cruza-
do dos veces el ocano para
adrarnos del invasor".
El Presidente de Francia pro-
nunciar alrededor de vemle
discursos durante su jira, uno
de ellos el prximo Lunes ante
una sesin conjunta del Con-
greso. El Presidente Auriol v.a-
ja acompaado de su esposa,
ou hijo Paul, el Canciller scn'i-
man, el Embajador de Estados
Unidos en Francia, David K.
Bruce y el Embajaodr del Ca-
nad, General Georges Vannitr-
A su llegada a Washington
el Presidente Truman recibir
personalmente al Presidente
Auriol sus compaantes en la
estacin del ferrocarril. Los em-
pleados gubernamentales sein
dados de asueto y formarn
calle de honor desde la esta-
cin a la Casa Blalr. Ms de
cinco mil soldados norteamcii-
canos, cuatro bandas de msi-
ca y 48 aviones de retro-propul-
sin participarn en las cere-
monias de bienvenida. La ruta
'Pasa la Pac rol l>
Los menores de edad son los
que mas accidentes sufren
por violaciones del trnsito
Entre 1941 y 1950 hubo 11,008 datos que se llevan en el Trnsl-
collslones fuimos informados, to deducen que hubo 33 muertos
hoy en la Polica del Trnsito. I por estas causas en 1940, baj a
El ao ms bajo en colisiones
fu el de 1944, cuando slo hubo
908. mientras que entre 1940
y 1944, el ao de 1942 tuvo el
mximo de ellas con 1314 en to-
tal. A partir de 1944, las colisio-
nes van subiendo hasta alcanzar
un mximo de 2300 en 1948 y
comienza a descender con la ci-; ducir muchos heridos y no mu-
ir ms baja desde entonces en: chas muertes y puede haber ms
1950 con 1844 colisiones a pesar muertes en aos en que al mis-
de que el trnsito y la cantidad I mo tiempo ha habido menos he-
de transporte han aumentado. I rldos.
25 en 1941, subi a 38 en 1942,
baj a 20 en 1944, subi a 56 en
1948 y sigui descendiendo pa-
ra llegar a 35 en 1950.
Los datos anteriores son ver-
daderamente significativos pues
hay muchas causas por las cua-
les los accidentes pueden pro-
Para el mismo periodo la ten-
dencia en cuanto a los heridos
tuvo las siguientes peculiarida-
des: En 1941 hubo 691 heridos
Los volcamientos entre 1940 y
1946 tuvieron un mximo en el
ltimo ao mencionado con 250
luego ha seguido oscilando en-
tre 178 y 180 en lo prximos
aomenz asubir la cantidad
e estos por aos hasta llegar I aos. En" cambio los alropeos
a 1153 heridos en 1943 y deseen- entre 1940 y 1946 tuvieron ei-
der a 805 en 1944. Luego vuelve clos de alzas y bajas con mxl-
a comenzar a subir y llega a mas en 1942 con 677 atropellos
1780 en 1948, pero desciende a |
1160 en 1950. El total de heridos
en ese tiempo, fu de 16,231.
Los accidentes de transito pro-
ducen colateralmente, adems
de heridos, muertos y todo de-,
pende del cuidado y la magnitud !
de los accidentes y la manifests-1
cin en la mortalidad, segn los j
Paw a I PS| h tol HI
XULACION PAG*0
AYER MAS DE
21,100
Estn perdidas a
bordo de una nave
ocho seoritas
MIAMI, Florida, Marzo 23
UP) __ Ocho seoritas qu se
encuentra a bordo del velero
"Troplcair" no han llegado toda-
ava a la Habana, temindose
yur sus vidas-
El velero sall el Sbado de
an Petersburgo, Florida, cuan-
go no se le permiti a las Jve-
nes participar en la regata de
22 yates entre Florida y la H?-
jana, debido a la inexperien-
cias de las mismas.
Sinembargo, las muchacnas
decidieron hacer el viaje "por
placer" quedando rezagadas al
norte de Cayo Hueso. Los de-
ms veleros ya ligaron a la Visy-
baa, pero el "Troplcair" o
aparece. Un guardacosta dijo
que el tiempo no era muy
uueno.
Declrase quiebra
del "Jardn Atlas"
El Juez Tercero del Circuito
mediante resolucin de fecha
Je hoy decret la quiebra ju-
dicial del "Jardn Atlas". Dicha
quiebra fu solicitada por los R-
bogados Claudio Cedeo y v'ic-
toi Florencio Goytia, quienes
oresentaron crditos de diver-
sas empresas, contra el "Jardn
Atlas".
El Juez Tercero del Circuito
nombr como curador de la
quiebra al seor Pedro Vidal
Ccdefio y una vez notificado el
auto de declaratorio de quiecia
3C practicar la diligencia de
inventarlos y el Juzgado reci-
bir todos los crditos pendien-
tes contra el referido "Jardn
Atlas".
El dos de abril
se reactivar la
base de Coco Solo
El lunes 2 de abril ser re-
.ctivlda la Base Area de Coco
Solo, segn pudo averiguar El
Panam Amrica en fuentes de
la Marina
Ese dia tendr lugar una sen-
cilla ceremonia en la cual el
Capitn Lyle L. Koepe recibir
ei comando de manos del Co-
mandante Charles Farwell.
El Capitn Koepe ya lleg al
Istmo, siendo una persona muy
conocida aqu, ya que sirvi co-
mo Comandante de la Estacin
Area desde el 23 de septiembre
de 1946 al 21 de Octubre de
.94*.
Falleci esta madrugada el Dr.
Rosendo Jurado Presidente de
la Asamblea Nal. Constituyente
El Ejecutivo declar duelo nacional y el cierre de
las oficinas pblicas
A las tres y quince minutos
de la madrugada de hoy fa-
lleci en su residencia de Patu-
lla de un ataque cardiaco, el
doctor Rosendo Jurado V., me-
ritorio ciudadano que presto
durante su larga vida pblica
importantes servicios a la pa-
tria. El doctor Jurado finc sus
intereses en la Provincia de
Bocas del Toro, donde ejerci
una influencia poltica prepon-
derante.
El doctor Rosendo Jurado ini-
ci su vida pblica, como Ins-
pector de Educacin y ocup
los cargos de Gobernador de
la Provincia de Bocas del To-
ro en varias ocasiones, Cnsul
de Panam en diversos pases.
Visitador General de Consula-
dos, Diputado a la Asamblea
Nacional durante varios perio-
dos, habindole correspondido
el honor de firmar la Consti-
tucin de la Repbllca. Fue re-
presentante de Panam a la
Conferencia de Trnsito y Co-
municaciones en Ginebra y Ma-
gistrado de la Corte Suprema
hasta hace pocos meses, cuan-
do pidi su retiro.
El rgano Ejecutivo dict es-
ta maana un Decreto de Ho-
nores y declar el dia de hoy,
dia de duelo nacional, orde-
nando el cierre de las oficinas
pblicas y dando instrucciones
para que se le rindan honores
militares en el acto del sepe-
lio. La bandera nacional per-
(Paaa a i* P Col t
Grupos catlicos |
piden al Alcalde
prohiba el mambo
La President General de la Ac-
cin Catlica, la Presidenta de
las Damas catlicas, la Presi-
denta de la Juventud Femeni-
na Catlica y la Presidenta de
la Federacin de Universitarios
Catlicos, se han dirigido al se-
or Alcalde del Distrito como
"celosas guardianes de la cul-
tura y del buen nombre de
nuestra patria", para que "se
tomen algunas medidas que im-
pidan hasta donde ello sea po-
sible, la presentacin de ciertos
espectculos, llmense concur-
sos, revistas de variedades o
compaas de teatros, que pug-
nan contra la moral del pueblo
panameo y en especial de la
juventud y de la niea. Al con-
cretar su solicitud dicen los fir-
mantes del memorial: "Es de
todos sabido, seor Alcalde,
porque asi lo ha anunciado la
prensa, que en uno de los cines
de la localidad habr de efec-
tuarse en fecha no muy lejana
un concurso del llamado baile
del Mambo."
El baile del mambo dlcon
las damas catlicas es no so-
lo censurable porque se baile en
forma deshonesta, sino tambin
porque sus movimientos y ges-
tos excitan los sentidos de los
presentes, principalmente de
los adolescentes quienes son sus
ms asiduos concurrentes.
Ordenan detener
a un millonario
de Venezuela
CARACAS, marzo 28. (UPh
El Juez del Distrito Federal
dict auto de detencin con-
tra el millonario,Antonio Aran-
guren, Maria Isabel de Urblna.
esposa de Rafael Simn Urbl-
na y otras cuatro personas, en
relacin con el asesinato del
Coronel Carlos Delgado Chal-
baud, Presidente de la Junta
Milttar, muerto a tiros el 13 de
noviembre del ao pasado.
L seora de Urblna es viu-
da de Rafael Simn Urbina,
cabecilla del grupo que ase-
sin al Coronel Delgado. Los
restantes detenidos continan
a disposicin de la Justicia has-
ta que el tribunal dicte las me-
didas que deban aplicarse.
Sin oposicin los
aliados cruzan la
lnea del Paralelo
En un mar de lodo las tropas norteamericanas te
dedican a limpiar focos de resistencia
OKIO, Marzo 28 (UP) l**
fuerzas de las Naciones Unloas
estn cruzando el Paralelo 8
3ln oposicin. Una divisin sur-
coreana se encontraba por lo
menos seis millas dentro dei te-
rritorio comunista en Nor-Cu-
rea, en un amplio frente qu se
extiende desde el centro de la
peninsula h a s ta la casta
oriental.
Otras fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas se encuentran entre el
tango entre dos y siete minas
al sur del Paralelo a todo lo
iM-go del frente de 140 milias
a trevs de la Peninsula Es
cuestin de horas el que las
fuerzas norteamericanas en los
unan a los surcoreanos en los
1 rentes Central y Occidental se
unan a los surcoreanos en el
cruce del Paralelo.
(En Washington, el Secreta-
no de Defensa, George C. Mar-
shall dijo que el General Ma-:-
Arthur tiene autoridad para en-
viar sus tropas tan al norte del
Paralelo como lo crea necesa-
rio para la seguridad, pero a-
greg que cualquier avance ge-
neral all sera un asunto de
decisin political.
Las retaguardias comunistas
se estn dedicando a hacer
frente para demorar el avance,
slo en los caminos que con-
(Pasa a la pgina < columna S)
Nueva inversin
en el Fiduciario
El Director General del Ban-
co Fiduciario convoc a usa
cunln informal de los accio-
nistas de esa institucin ano-
ciie, y explic a los mismos que
el problema que confrontaba
la institucin no era un pio-
olema' del banco solamente, si-
no un problema que afectau.
a economa nacional y el pres-
tigio de la Repblica.
Los accionistas estuvieron e\U-
cutiendo extensamente las al-
ternativas para volver a aorir
las puertas del Banco y apro-
baron una resolucin de con-
tribuir al desarrollo del pian
presentado, haciendo una inver-
sin de B- 600,000.00 adicionales
en la Compaa Fiduciaria.
Los accionistas eligieron cu
omite entre ellos, para coope-
rar con la labor del Director,
don Justo F a b 1 o Arosemeiia,
..uedando integrada por los *e-
noies Horacio Clare Jr., Aris-
ques Romero. J. J. Vallanno
Jr. y Tefilo Hbmsany, comen-
zando sus labores maana.
EDITORIAL
EL PRESIDENTE TRUMAN Y LOS
CASOS DE BOLIVIA Y PANAMA
El Presidente Truman en el discurso que pro-
nunci en la sesin inaugural de la Cuarta Confe-
rencia de Cancilleres de las Americas, se aparto
por un momento de los antiguos moldes protoco-
lares, de las pomposidades conocidas y sonoras de
la llamada diplomacia, y en gesto de verdadero es-
tadista hizo pattica y sentida alusin al caso in-
fortunado de Bolivia, que se encuentra enclavada
en el corazn de los Andes, sin acceso a facilidades
de un puerto de mar. El coraje del Presidente al
mencionar el asunto, su clara visin, la absoluta
sinceridad de sus propsitos y la seleccin de esta
oportunidad para abordar el problema a fin de que
se busque solucin, lo hacen acreedor al reconoci-
miento y a la admiracin de todos los que en una
forma u otra aspiramos a que se llegue a la ver-
dadera solidaridad continental y al bienestar de los
pueblos de nuestro hemisferio.
No cabe duda alguna de que se ha venido co-
metiendo una iniquidad con Bolivia. Se leha-man-
tenido alejada de un puerto propio, sometiendo asi
a su pueblo no slo a una especie de vasallaje comer-
cial, sino tambin al descontento y a la depresin
moral que tal condicin lgicamente produce. A
(Tasa ta ra*. t, coi. *!**"
Cadete panameo
logra triunfo en
Estados Unidos
CULVER, Indiana, Mar. 28 (UP)
El cadete Miguel Brostella, de
Panam, pas las pruebas espe-
ciales para ser admitido en la Ca-
ballera en la Academia Militar
de Culver y se ha ganado su ad-
misin en la "Tropa Negra de
Caballera". Este es uno de ios
ms altos honores militares que
un cadete puede obtener en la
famosa tropa.
Hasta que el cadete no naya
pasado las pruebas especiales de
las diferentes bases de su ins-
truccin de caballera y sus co-
nocimientos fundamentales de
(Pasa la PAt col II
La Comisin Parlamentaria
decidi congelar los fondos
de que dispona "La Prensa
Se obligar a vender sus obligaciones hipotecaria*
para pagar los sueldos a los obreros
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 28
iPl El Diputado Radical
Arturo Frondizl, nico miembro
de la oposicin en la Comisin
mixta que Interviene e inves-
tiga a La Prensa, denunci que
la Comisin decidi ayer con-
gelar los fondos del peridica.
La Qomlsin se habla reun -
o ayer e inform despus en
un comunicado que haba a
probado las medidas tomadas
poi sus dirigentes desde su l-
tima reunin.
Frondizl aadi que la me-
dida principal adoptada fu au-
torizar que La Prensa term.en
de vender sus obligaciones hi-
potecarlas por un valor total
de 1,192,060 pesos, lo que sc-
j,n se dijo en el comunicado,
liar posible el pago de los sa-
larios de Marso a los empleados
del peridica La Comisin con-
tina la investigacin con el
firme propsito de terminal la
(Pasa a la Par.n . Col 1)
Llanta de repuesto
no traern ms
los automviles
DETROIT, Mar. 28 (UP) LA
General Motors, la Chrysler y la
Nash anunciaron que los nuevos
automviles no traern llanta de
repuesto, y que las otras compa-
as que se dedican a la fabrica-
cin de autos seguirn el ejem-
plo.
Las tres compaas producen
ms del 65 por ciento de los au-
tomviles de pasajeros que se fa-
brican en Estados Unidos.
Las compaas dijeron que 1.
reduccin de 25 por ciento orde-
nada por el gobierno eft las llan-
tas y tubos de los nuevos autom-
viles han hecho obligatoria la e-
Uminacin de U tradicional
quinta llanta. ____
Le robaron a don
Justo F. Arosemena
llanta de repuesto
El Seor Don Justo Fablo A-
loscmena nos ha trado para
su publicacin el siguiente es-
crito:
Es Indispensable Mayar
Seriedad
Entre tanto me encontraba
anoche defendiendo con dlgr.i-
daii y patriotismo los Intereses
cl sector considerable de la
comunidad, los amigos de lo
ajeno consideraron conveniente
x'orzar las puerta de mi auto-
mvil que se encontraba colo-
cado cerca del Banco Fiducial io
y apropiarse de la llanta C(-
repuesto, herramientas, etc. Nc
oe iobaron una mquina de es-
cribir que me acababa de pres-
tar el Dr. Gregorio Mir porque
por mera casualidad la haba
icado minutos antes.
Aunque ese es un detalle in-
significante con la magnitud
de los problemas que esUm~s
confrontando y tratando de re-
olver, yo le denuncio, como
nuestra de que es necesario un
eeuerzo conjunto de todos los
rectores de la ciudadana para
.estructurar no slo el organis-
mo econmico de la Repblica,
sino tambin el concepto inte-
gral de moralidad hasta en ios
:nas pequeos detalles y dife-
rentes sectores
Juste Fabte Arosemeu
En dos casos de Cncer que
consideraban incurables se
logran curaciones increble*
fnirinn Mar7o 28 (UP> embargo dos de los enfermos so-
_ Hoy^e^uTcf que tumores metidos a ese trat.ml.nto san.,
malignos desaparecieron com- ron cmPleta*.e ri. rh,rano
pletamente sin dejar seales de De los Su? *l salvado*
ninguna especie en dos casos de nueve no Pedieron saWadoa
cncer que se consideraban co- v de los d\t Nueva Yorkjwi-
dmo rrc^rsdoniSS, oulturle^^ an. mejo-
sometido a experimentos futu-
ros.
El nuevo suero llamado Kre-
biozen fu descubierto por el Dr
Stevan Durovic. refugiado yu-
goeslavo que reside actualmen-
te en Argentina.
La descripcin de la nueva
droga y los resultados obtenidos
mediante su aplicacin, fu o-
freclda aver en reunin cient-
fica especial por el Dr. Andrew
Clvy. vlce-Presldente de la Un-
versldad de Illinois actualmente i anora.
a cargo de las escuelas profe-
sionales.
Ivy, que es un preeminente
fisilogo fu quien dirigi aqu
los experimentos preliminares
con el Kreblozen.
El suero ha sido usado en '9
pacientes de los cuales hay 22
en los hospitales de Chicago v
el resto en Nueva York. La ma-
yor parte de los casos eran cor-
Dr. Ivy declar que el suero no
poda ser considerado an como
cura.
Ivy agrego -quiero expresar
claramente que esta nueva dro-
ga no puede ser considerada co-
mo mete final en la terapia del
cncer pero si un avance con-
siderable en esa direccin'
Ampulas de Kreblozen han
sido distribuidas entre .Igun*
mdicos pero no hay cantidad
disponible para pacientes por
Explic el eminente fisilogo
que el suero no ha sido prepa-
rado en los EE. UU. sino en Ji
Argentina v trado a este pas
por su descubridor el Dr. Stevan
Ludovic hace dos aos.
Agreg que esta nueva droga
hace desaparecer todos los do-
lores que produce el cancer,
principalmente en las etapl
slderados incurables, pero sin ms avanzadas del mai.
..


-At. IN A DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDl/N..
MIERCOLES. MARZO 28, 1951
Panamamrtca
MAMO INDB-END1ENTS
HAHMODIO AMIA*. OIMCTO
CDITADO ron L
DITO-A PANAMA AMCRICA. S. A.
TtLtFONO S-0740 ICCNTHAL PRIVADA APARTADO POSTAL NO 134
r. eue IUaMM ITL'AOO I II' .IUDAO. CA'.LI M. MJ S7
EL PRESIDENTE TRUMAN Y LOS
CASOS DE BOLIVIA Y PANAMA
Presidente Traiman se ha dado cuenta cabal de esa
situacin y de sus necesarias consecuencias. Hizo
su exposicin con noble gallarda y con la sencilla
elocuencia de los hechos desnudos, presentados sin
reticencias, sin ambages, sin reservas mentales. Por
tal motivo es de esperarse que las sugestiones del
Sr. Truman han de ser consideradas por las nacio-
nes limtrofes, para llegar as a una solucin sa-
tisfactoria y equitativa.
De la misma manera es de desearse que el caso
de Panam, en lo concerniente a facilidades por-
tuarias, encuentre favorable acogida y anloga so-
lucin. No es una paradoja afirmar que hay nota-
ble semejanza entre Panam y Bolivia en lo que
concierne a acceso a las conveniencias de un puer-
to. Slo observadores superficiales dejarn de per-
catarse de la analoga existente. A Bolivia le fal-
tan puertos sobre el mar porque est rodeada de
tierras. A Panam le faltan puertos propios por
razn del Canal de Panam. La Repblica tiene ex-
tensas costas sobre dos ocanos, pero sus ncleos
ms poblados, las ciudades de Panam y Coln, aun-
que estn situadas sobre el mar, y constituyen los
puntos terminales del Canal, carecen de puertos ex-
clusivamente suyos, por circunstancias especiales
bien conocidas, o, acaso, por irona del destino!
Qu ventajas apreciables para el trfico inter-
nacional tienen las\extensas costas de Panam? Si
se pudiera construir puertos, stos prcticamente
careceran de objeto, puesto que los centros verda-
deramente poblados del Istmo, por razones que no
es necesario explicar, se encuentran en la seccin
inmediata al Canal. Como los nicos puertos que
haba en esa seccin se utilizan, desde que se firm
el Tratado de 1903, para fines del Canal o de de-
fensa de los Estados Unidos, Panam ha quedado
desprovista de tales facilidades.
Hay ms: el control y la administracin de los
mueues, depsitos y dems accesorios de los puer-
tos de Panam y Colnhoy llamados Balboa y
Cristbalque son las puertos terminales del Ca-
nal, los ejercen los Estados Unidos en conjuncin,
para fines comerciales, con el control y la adminis-
tracin del ferrocarril que atraviesa el Istmo, con
perjuicios morales y materiales para la Repblica,
que retardan o estorban su desenvolvimiento. Y to-
do esto ocurre a pesar de que o por que Panam
ocupa una "privilegiada situacin geogrfica." Es-
ta privilegiada posicin no debera acarrear tan
serias consecuencias.
Salta a la vista la similitud que existe entre
un caso y el otro. Los perjuicios econmicos, el va-
sallaje comercial, son anlogos, como son anlogos
tambin el descontento v la depresin moral que
esa circunstancia produce en el nimo de los bo-
livianos y, mutatis muandi, en el nimo de todo
panameo.
La solucin del problema de Panam debera
ser mucho ms fcil que la del de Bolivia. Para
sta se necesita el concurso de varios pases, en
tanto qu< para J'anam bastara la buena disposi-
cin do los Estados Unidos, cuyo Presidente, con
:.' i di- comprensin y de responsabilidad,
\* provocado la discusin del agravio boliviano.
A no se convierta en mero deseo piadoso el
principio reconocido por los Estados Unidos en el
.ratado General de 1936, a efecto de que Panam
dciw "beneficiarse de las ventajas inherentes a su
posicin geogrfica."
Adems, las recientes expresiones del Presiden-
te Truman ante los Cancilleres de las Americas son
claramente aplicables a Panam.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
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COLEGIO JAVIER
MATRICULAS AO 1951
El Jueves 29 quedan abiertas las matrculas para
PREPARATORIA, PRIMARIA y SECUNDARIA hasta 4o.
ao inclusive.
Por la mfcana de 9 a 11:30
Por la/larde de 3 a 5:30
Se ruega a todos los antiguos formalicen sus ma-
trculas antes de/i 5 de abril.
EL PINTOR BENITKZ
Dice Eugenio d'Ors, en su
sugestivo libro en torno a Ce-
zanne, que los pintores moder-
nos son o aprendices o histrio-
nes. Asi, de buenas a prime-
ras, parece atrevido el modo
de sealar. Pero si lo piensa
uno un poco se acabar por
dar la razn al autor del "Olo-
sarlo".
Porque, en rigor, lo que ha-
ce el pintor de hoy es bus-
car cosas, intentar encontrar
caminos; y esto no es otra co-
sa que un aprendizaje. Me re-
dero a los pintores sinceros.
Los otros est bien, es adecua-
do calificarlos de meros his-
triones.
Al pintor histrin amplie-
mos: al artista histrin lo
inspira la vanidad. Finge que
produce obras como las de los
museos; pero se coloca en el
polo opuesto de las mismas. Se;
queda en las apariencias.
El otro artista, el aprendiz, I
se consagra al trabajo humil-
de y noble. Hace lo que pue-
de, reproduce como puede lo
que antes ha visto como po-1
dia. Adelanta, claro es, muy I
lentamente hacia la depura- i
clon de su arte "hacia el pro-
greso de su oficio manual, ha-
cia el aumento de poder de:
su mirada": son frases las l-
timas del propio Xenius. Tal
es el hito admirable de los
aprendices.
El hombre moderno adolece
de oftalma trascendental. Su-
fre de positiva pereza por cuan-
to concierne a la visin y a
la previsin lcida de los ob-
jetos materiales. Esta dolencia
no es ms que la herencia de
tantos siglos de abuso en el
ejercicio de la abstraccin.
El artista del Renacimiento
gozaba de mucha ms salud
artstica que el de hoy. Miguel
ngel, que no era arquitecto,
al pensar en la cpula de San
Pedro, sin socorro de casi nin-
gn clculo, sin ayuda de ins-
trumentos, afirma que esa c-
pula no se hundir. Y la obra
no se hunde. Triunfo de los
ojos infalibles, triunfo de la
salud. Miguel ngel "vea".
Al contemplar yo una de es-
tas maanas, en uno de los
salones de la Legacin de Ita-
lia, unos cuadros del joven pin-
tor Benitez y una serie de di-
bujos, de sus estudios, resur-
gieron en mi mente Insistentes
meditaciones y lecturas que he
tratado de resumir en las an-
teriores lneas.
Porque he pensado que Be-
nitez es un pintor de voca-
cin, un inquieto "aprendiz"
empeado en descubrir sende-
ros dentro de su temperamen-
to pictrico. Escuch los co-
mentarlos de la inteligente y
entusiasta y gentil seora Edith
de Marlanl. Escuch al propio
Ministro de Italia, don Luis
Marlanl. amplio y culto. Ellos
son amigos de este joven pin-
tor panameo que es Benitez.
Ellos comprenden que existe en
l un fervor formidable. Y
estoy conforme con ellos en
que no se debe dejar que se
apague esa llama singularsi-
ma.
Contempl un retrato feme-
nino, al leo, de una mucha-
cha, obra de Benitez. Hay en
el retrato una nocin de com-
posicin que merece todos los
elogios. Yo no dir que me pla-
cen las soluciones de color. Le
mentirla a Benitez y no deseo
mentirle. Sin embargo, lo ms
difcil del retrato est con-
seguido. Y nada Improvisado.
Como debe ser. Tuve ocasin
de fijarme en los estudios que
ha hecho para el retrato. Sim-
plemente seductores. Y pensar
que este joven pintor carece
de formacin, que todo se lo
debe a l mismo... Hay que
pensar que estamos ante un ca-
so que ha de ser apoyado, que
merece cooperacin por parte
del Departamento de Cultura.
Yo no afirmo que Benitez al-,
canee una cima en la pintura.
Sin embargo, considero que es
muy probable que se haga un
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La Conferencia tiende hacia
una ntima integracin de los
intereses regionales americanos
Se registra el extrao caso de un
joven estudiante al que le suena
la cabeza Jo mismo que un reloj
Algunos 200 mdicos no pue-
den encontrar que s lo que ha-
ce que la cabeza de Jack Hus-
band haga "tic."
El estudiante de 20 aos de
pintor de calidad.
Qu necesita? Ver, estudiar,
trabajar. Que trabaje no cabe
discutirlo. Con su vocacin, con
su fe, hay motivos para res-
ponder de ello. Lo que no es-
t in au mano es ver. Hay
que hacer que vea. Hay que
llevarlo hasta las salas de pin-
tura del mundo. Yo no creo
que ello exija un gasto enor-
me y desproporcionado. Por lo
mismo se est en laobliga-
cin de alentarlo, de propor-
cionarle los medios de que se
haga.
La serie de sus dibujos, esas
explicaciones que ofrece a quien
con simpata le escucha, sor-
prenden e intrigan. Existe en
estt> muchacho un talento in-
discutible. Procuremos que no
se desvie.
Es dueo de una imagina-
cin pictrica de primer or-
den. Explica aquello que bulle
en l, que le es urgente ex-
poner para que se le discuta.
Porque escucha, no se encie-
rra.
Como panameo agradezco a
los seores de Marlanl su de-
seo de ayudar al joven pintor.
Comparto su simpata con el
artista.
Y ojal se le ofrezcan los
medios al pintor Benitez. Hay
fibra excepcional en esos di-
bujos al carbn que yo he
visto. Y una imaginacin a-
sombrosa. No creo que excedo
al declararlo.
dad, del Colegio de la Ciudad
de Oklahoma, se encuentra en
perfecto estado de salud... Pe-
ro hace "tic"... como el reloj.
Durante once aos, y quizs du-
rnte toda su vida. Jack ha esta-
do haciendo "tic." Mdico tras
mdico lo ha examinado... To-
dos han odo el'"tic"... pero
nadie lo ha podido explicar.
Jack fu examinado por lti-
ma vez por los mdicos del
ejrcito, y stos oyeron tambin
el "tic." Pero sto no evitar
que Jack vaya,al ejrcito. Sin
lugar a dudas. Jack no tendr
trabajo al marchar ya que l
es un "metrnomo" humano.
Un amigo de Jack fu el pri-
mero en escuchar el "tic" cuan-
do ste tena nueve aos. Jack
dijo que no le haba dicho a
nadie nada sobre su "tic" por-
que l creia que todo el mundo
tenia ese sonido. El sonido me-
tlico proviene de su cabeza,
pero los mdicos no pueden en-
contrar el origen del sonido.
El ruido puede escucharse a
cuatro pulgadas de distancia, y
sus amigos dicen que suena
exactamente como un reloj.
Jack ha declarado que el rui-
do cesa cuando viaja en avin
...y que el silencio lo quiere
volver loco.
Jack quiere ser piloto, pero
se pregunta si ser capaz de
soportar el silencio cuando se
eleve en su avin y su cabeza
no haga "tic."
Club de 50 Semanas
el ms ventajoso
Club que le ofrece
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LAMPARAS
de pie y de mesa ,
CRISTALERA
ESTUFAS de KEROSENE
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Avenida Central *M
WASHINGTON, Mar. 28 (UP)
Segn la" reaccin entre los
diplomticos y economistas la-
tinoamericanos, la sesin inau-
gural de la Conferencia de Mi-
nistros de Relaciones Exteriores
de las Americanas denot una
tendencia a la ms intima In-
tegracin de los Intereses reglo-
nales nter-Americanos, con el
sistema universal de las Nacio-
nes Unidas.
El Presidente Truman dijo a
los Ministros que "no habr se-
guridad en el mundo sin las
Naciones Unidas. Con todo lo
poderoso y productivo que es el
hemisferio occidental no pode-
mos hacerlo seguro levantando
una muralla a su alrededor."
En contestacin a Truman,
Joao Neves Da Fontoura, Can-
ciller del Brasil, ratific el a-
catamlento de las Repblicas
Americanas a las Naciones Uni-
das y al sistema establecido por
la Carta de Bogot de la Or-
ganizacin de Estados Ameri-
canos.
Rusia promete a los
alemanes tratado
de paz este ao
BERLIN, Mar. 28. (UP). La
Unin Sovitica asegur a la
Alemania Oriental que firmar
un Tratado de Paz con el Go-
bierno pro-Comunista este ao,
de acuerdo con fuentes autori-
zadas dei Gobierno de Alemania
Oriental.
El funcionario, quien pidi
que no se mencionara su nom-
bre, dijo que Rusia considera
que la divisin de Alemania
continuar por tiempo indefini-
do, ya que no hay esperanzas
de que Alemania Occidental a-
cepte las propuestas de la Ale-
mania Oriental de negociar la
unidad del pais.
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do ufrir compiojo da inferioridad
a fruilracin. Obro por impuliet y
no so domina ti mitme. lo otrao
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muchacho! do tu edad. Et falta ota
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lo arrailran al delito; dotdo nia
prefiero l let mala* companion,
lot criminiofoi voa an al nio de
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oa ol oetie do loa Eitodet Unidot.
DIVULGACIONES SOBRE
LA DEFENSA CIVIL
La Comisin Nacional de Defensa Civil, comlensa con esta
divulgacin una serie de publicaciones sobre los diferentes aspee-
tos de la defensa.
Estas divulgaciones son de gran inters para todos en gene-
ral, y muy particularmente para los elementos vinculados con
esta organizacin, por lo que la Comisin Nacional encarece a
todos, coleccionar estas publicaciones y darlas a conocer a aque-
llas personas que por una u otra causa, las desconozcan.
Por creer que ios efectos y defensa de la bomb atmica son
los menos conocidos, estas primeras divulgaciones versarn sobre
esta materia.
ACABEMOS CON EOS MITOS
LAS ARMAS ATMICAS
NO DESTRUIRN LA TIERRA
Las bombas atmicas producen ms muerte y destruccin que
cualquiera otra bomba, pero su poder tiene limites definidos. Ni
an la bomba de hidrgeno volara la tierra o nos matarla a to-
dos por radioactividad.
DUPLICANDO EL PODER DE UNA BOMBA
NO SE DUPLICA SU PODER DESTRUCTIVO
Las modernas bombas atmicas pueden causar graves daos
a 2 millas de distancia: duplicando su poder su radio se exten-
der nicamente a 2 y Vi millas.
Para aumentar su radio de accin de 2 a millas se necesi-
tara una bomba 8 veces ms poderosa que las actuales,
LA RADIOACTIVIDAD NO ES ^
II MAYOR PELIGRO DE LAS BOMBAS
En la mayora de los ataques atmicos la explosin y el ca-
lor son los mayores peligros que confronta la gente. La sola ra-
dioactividad causara un pequeo porcentaje de muertes y lesio-
nados, excepto en explosiones bajo la tierra o bajo el agua.
LA ENFERMEDAD DE RADIACIN
NO SIEMPRE ES FATAL
En pequeas cantidades, raramente la radioactividad es no-
civa. An cuando se producen serias enfermedades por radia-
cin debidas a grandes dosis, hay siempre una oportunidad para
recuperarse.
SEIS SECRETOS PARA SOBREVIVIR A UN ATAQUE
ATMICO
SIEMPRE PONGA LAS PRIMERAS COSAS PRIMERO, y
1.Trate de protegerse. Si Jone tiempo vayase al stano.
Puede Ud. ser sorprendido afuera; en ese caso busque abri-
i go en los edlfiicos o salte a cualquiera xanja o canal.
2 Acustese baca-abajo en el suelo o en el piso: Para evi-
tar el ser arrojado o disminuir las oportunidades a ser gol-
peado por los objetos que caen o vuelan en el aire, acus-
tese boca-abajo al pie de una pared o de un barranco.
3.Cbrase la cara con sus brazos: Cuando se acueste ba-
ca-abajo proteja los ojos en el pliegue de sus codos. Esto
le proteger la cara de las quemaduras del resplandor, evi-
ta la ceguera temporal y le protege los ojos de los objeto*
arrojados al aire. Jams pierda la calma.
*.No corra hacia fuera despus del ataque: Despus de la
explosin, espere unos minutos y acuda entonces a comba-
tir ios incendios. En otras clases de explosiones espere una
hora para dar oportunidad de disminuir la radiacin tar-
da.
5.N corra riesgos con los alimentos o agua en recipientes
abiertos. Para evitar intoxicaciones radioactivas o enfer-
medades escoja con cuidado el agua y sus alimentos. Cuan,
do se sospeche que pueden estar los alimentos contamina-
dos, no use ms que alimentos en conserva de lata o bo-
tella.
6.No propague rumores: En la confusin que causa un
bombardeo, un pequeo rumor puede traer el pnico y eos-
tarle la vida.
CINCO PUNTOS PARA SEGURIDAD DE 8U CASA
1.Procure hacer su casa a prueba de incendios. No deje
amontonarse los desperdicios y guarde ios papeles viejos en
recipientes tapados. Cuando suene la alarma, haga todo
lo posible por evitar lo que pueda producir chispas cerran-
do los quemadores y apagando cualquier fuego que tenga
prendido.
t.Conozca bien su casa. Sepa donde queda el lugar ms
seguro en el stano; tome precauciones con la luz, gas, etc.
S.Tenga equipo de emergencia y provisiones a mano. Ten-
ga siempre una lmpara elctrica de mano, material de
primeros auxilios y provisiones de alimentos en conserva.
4.Cierre las puertas, ventanas y persianas. Si Ud. tiene
tiempo euando viene la alarma cierra toda la casa para
protegerse de las chispas y polvo radioactivo y disminuir
los peligros de ser herido por pedazos de vidrio que saltan.
Mantngala cerrada hasta que haya pasado todo peligro.
5.Use el telfono para verdaderas emergencias. Use el te*
lfono en caso de absoluta necesidad. Deje las lineas li-
bres para ser usadas en los casos de emergencia.
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MIRCOLES, MARZO 28. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
"AOINA TRRt
Se protesta en Argentina por
preguntas hechas al Canciller
CUMPLE AROS HOY
Las formul en
Washington el
Dally News
Tardar an un trato militar
entre Espaa y Estados Unidos
BUENOS AIRES, marzo 28.
lUPt El diputado Peronio
Ral Bustos Fierro presento Ti
la Cmara un proyecto de ic-
aolucln protestando de las pi-
Bunlaa sometidas l Ministro dC
Relaciones Exteriores de Argen-
tina, Hiplito J Paz en rueda
e periodisas en Washing m
por el peridico Washlngwn
Dialy Kews.
Se dice en la mocin que u^
Ui minos de esas preguntas vOi
tituyen una "evidencia os-
mcntal de la sistemtica tc;-
givcrsacln de la realidad Ar-
gentina por una seccin de Ut
piensa de Estados Unidos s'se
icsponde nica y exclusivamcr-
le a los intereses linanclero y
orientacin Imperialista de 12S
empresas plutocrticas que lu
editan y distribuyen en "callo-
nas" en Estados Unidos".
La Comisin del Congreso -4ue
investiga "La^Prensa' cerr ofi-
cialmente las seis agencias y
ramales del peridico.
El organismo regional en
Buenos Aires de la Confedera-
cin General del Trabajo i-I-
Ler, a su vea, la exigencia .c
los sindicatos auspiciados por
el Gobierno, de que se naciona-
lice el peridico "La Prensa"
Ese organismo aprob en una
convencin una resolucin u-
poyando la Investigacin parla-
mentaria de La Prensa y exigi
al Gobierno que expropie el pe-
ridico y que sus ms destac-
aos dirigentes sean juzgados
por "asociacin ilegal".
La Comisin Parlamentaria
&e hizo eco oficialmente de las
anterioies demandas de los sin-
dicatos de que se nacionalice
La Prensa", publicando la lie
ta de sindicatos y otros grup^>
que secundan ea proposicin.
El diputado Peronista J >. r
Emilio Visca, ex-Presldente Be
la Comisin del Congreso Visca
Decker, present mientras tan-
to una mocin mediante la cual
ia Cmara exhortarla a que se
cambien los nombres de todas
as villas de Argentina que ac-
tualmente levan el nombre de
Jos C. Paz, fundador de La
Prensa y tambin del feneci"
Otlo Bember, quien cred un v-s-
Alberto Ow gan
carro rifado por
Legin Americana
Un carro marca Rolls Rovce,
que rifaba la Legin America
na, ser entreeado oficialmen-
te hoy al seor Alberto Ow.
residente en el nmero 9 de la
calle 44 Este de Panam quit n
result favorecido con la rifa
El acto tendr lugar en BaiLw
a las J. y 30 de, la noche.
La Legin Americana hizo un
donativo de dls mil balboas a
la Cruz Roja de Panam.
Desea adquirir
armamentos la
primera de ellas
WASHINGTON, Marzo 28
(UPi. Los funcionarlos ofi-
ciales aseguran que cualquier
trato militar entre Espaa v Es-
tados Unidos tardar aun.
En una conversacin con el
Embajador de Estados Unido.-,.
Stanton Griffis. el Generalsimo
Franco proouso varias formas
de cooperacin militar hispano-
americana v al parecer todas ce
basaban en la premisa que Es-
tados Unidos deba comenzar
por dar armas a Espaa.
Los aliados del Pacto del A-
tlntlco tienen preferencia en 'a
entrega de armamento para ln
defensa de Europa occidental.
Francia, particularmente, nece-
sita armas para las fuerzas te-
rrestres y en tanto el elrclto
francs no est mejor pertrecha-
do habr i>ocas persDectlvas pa-
ra EsDaa de obtener armas.
Se cree, empero, que cuando
la Droduccln norte-americana
adoulera mavor rapidez. Eapaa
ser considerada como muy ele-
gible para recibir armas.
En su entrevista con Grlffls
Franco dijo que estaba dispues-
to a destacar su infantera en
el occidente de Europa para
Festeja hoy el dia de su cum-
pleaos la gentil seorita Tri-
nidad Ibarra, Miembro del Ma-
gisterio Nacional y alumna de
la Universidad Nacional. Para
ella hacemos llegar nuestras fe-
licitaciones muy sinceras a las
muchas que reciba por tal mo-
tivo. /
calle del centro de la ciudad.
ORIGINAL CANTINAEl fuselaje de un avin de Carga C-HS
ha sido convertido en una cantina para los aviadores en una -
Bsea Area e Corea. Dentro del mismo hay mesas, sillas y hasta I contener el avance comunista
una eocinita.
-i-
Las rdenes militares del
General MacArthur han sido
consideradas convenientes
WASHINGTON, Marzo 28 comandante en Jefe enemigo
(USI8). Las rdenes mima- "en cualquier momento" para
res bajo las cuales el General
Douglas MacArthur lleva ade-
lante las operaciones del Co-
mando Unificado de la ONU en
Corea "son plenamente adecua-
das para cubrir la actual situa-
cin militar" de acuerdo con lo
discutir cualesquiera medios po-
sibles para dar cumplimiento a
los objetivos de las Naciones U-
nldas en Corea.
El vocero cel Departamento
de Estado agreg que "las cues-
si Estados Unidos facilitaba ar-
mas. Se ha dicho n y tambin
sugiri un pacto bilateral con
Estados Unidos, otro con Esta-
dos Unidos y Portugal y alguna
clase de convenio con las na-
ciones del Pacto del Atlntico.
clones Unidas v por medio de
consultas entre los gobiernos.
Se ha sabido que hasta don-
de han podido determinar los
funcionarlos del Departamento
de Estado, las declaraciones de
MacArthur no fueron vistas en
Washington antes de su publi-
cacin en Tokio.
En su declaracin hecha ti s-
bado en la capital japonesa,
MacArthur dijo que "hemos des-
pejado de fuerzas comunistas el
sur de Corea". La campaa de
tIones polticas que el General la ONU ha puesto de manifiesto lumen, tome un onza del sabroso
declarado por un vocero del De- MacArthur ha manifestado es- la "completa incapacidad" de la All-Bran todo lo dia. y mucha
partamento de Estado. i tan fuera de sus responsabillda-' China comunista para conquls- _,, fjay pronte sentir uited
El vocero hizo esta declara- des como comandante de cam-1 tar a Corea por la fuerza de las 7* L_.ii:,-- f.-.it.do.
cin el sbado, al comentar las paa son tratadas con las Na- armas. "" """" ,c~' ""'
expresiones hechas por el Gene-
ral MacArthur horas antes en
Tokio, en el sentido de que l
est listo como comandante mi-
litar para entrevistarse con el
Carr"de Hitler es
a prueba de balas
pero no de rateros Deben presentarse
LCWG BEACH. Cal. Marzo 28 4 PYltieneS UlldS
(UP).- El carro blindado, a a ** -
prueba de balas, a prueba de *
fuego y a prueba de bomba-, maeSlTaS Bl CSId
de Adolfo Hitler, no es a prueba "* "
de ladrones. I L|stll e |M Maestros de la
9u propietario. Harry Arslan, Provincia Escolar de Panama
quien est exhibiendo el carro Q deben *******U^Se,
en una jira, denunci a la poli- ""enes de aptitud el m-erco e-,
ca que alguien le rob 175 d- de los corrientes a las 8 p.m.
lares del maletero mientras se en la Escuela Repblica de
encontraba estacionado en una Mxico. ,._,.
Angela Acuna, Rafael Arosc-
mena, Deusdedith F. Escoo-r,
Manuel S. Justmianl, Hilsa L.
de Moreno, Oderay R. Ealgaco.
Juan B. Mndez, Jos S. Garctt
Victono E. de Hernndez. Fran-
cisco Ramrez. Lenidas Poyato".
Ida B. de Barrero, Pablo Nava-
rio, Aurora M. de Zamora-
NOTA: Los Maestros que a-
sislen a los Cursos de Ver_r>c
piesentarn sus exmenes en la
Escuela. Normal Juan Demcs-
tcnes Arosemena.
Brea ardiendo fu
arrojada contra
banco argentino
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 28 (UP)
Personas desconocidas arroja-
ron dos recipientes con brea ar-
diendo contra el edificio del
Banco de Boston anoche.
Una segunda bomba de brea
fu arrojada cuarenta minutos
despus de la primera. Las ofi-
cinas de la Embajada America-
na se encuentran en los pisos
altos del edificio.
iZn *. x bu AbUiiiAJuos upos de aviones se encuentran Juntos en San Diego, Califor-
nia nara mostrarnos el adelanto de la aviacin durante los ltimos 40 aos. Tenemos al hoinbar-
Uo B-36D con seis motores de hlices y cuatro de retropropulsin y un total de 42.000 Caballo
de fuerza. su dereoha, el Curtiss de 1912 con 8 0 caballos de fuerza.________________ -.
Apenas ne acuerdo
de los das
It laxutes fuertes!
"(Cuinto me hubiera guindo or
hablar de All-Bran hace 23 aol
No habra ncreiitado de tanto
asante fuerte! AII-
Bran me regulariz
mar vi llenamente".
Eto dice la enera
H. B. Taylor. 1804
Ridge Ave. Coraop-
oli. Pa. Otra decla-
racin espontnea
de lo que toman All-Bran. Si su
estreimiento e debe a falta de vo-
l imperio financiero con ra-
mificaciones en Europa y E-
iados Unidos. Los tribunales i-
gentinus Impusieron una mu la
de mllies de millones de pef
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tIGRCOLES, MARZO 28, lSl

LANZARA LA PRIMERA BOLA. Presentamos la fotorrafia
de la Seorita Martha Spadafora, gentil candidata al Reinado
Tpico Nacional, que auspicia la Confederacin de Sociedades
Interioranas v quien lanzar est anoche a las nueve la pri-
mera bola en el juego de Softball que sostendrn los equipos
de "El Panam-Amrica" y "La Hora", en el campo de Santa
Rita. La seorita Spadafora se mantiene hasta ahora en el
primer puesto y espera que sus amigos y todos los deportistas
le presten cooperacin, la cual sabr agradecer._______
El Valle
- CRUCIGRAMA -
En David se dice
que De Obarrio
ser candidato
DAVID. Marzo 28 de 1951.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
Diarlo La Razn de David pu-
blica boy en primera plana no-
ticia exclusiva referente a la
posibilidad de que el Partido
Nacional Revolucionarlo postu-
le la candidatura de don Hen-
rique de Obarrio para Presi-
dente de la Repblica. La mis-
ma Informacin agrega que tal
paso sarja dado por el Partido
Nacional Revolucionarlo y se-
cundado por sectores del PRA,
Renovador y del PRI. Se agre-
ga que dentro de los miem-
bros del Frente Patritico se
contempla la posibilidad de una
cooperacin en tal sentido, ya
que Obarrio goza de generales
simpatas y su actuacin pbli-
ca no ha dado lugar a cen-
suras justificadas.
Corresponsal
Se dira ms bien que es un
pedazo de serrana, no solo por
su altura que le da aquel cli-
ma fro especialmente en la
noche, aumentado por el vien-
to que sopla con gran mpetu
1 a cuyo paso las palmeras se
inclinan en seal de reveren-
da, sino tambin por su topo-
grafa, la misma que nos de-
ja ver un extenso valle rodea-
do de cerros grandes y peque-
os, romos o en picachos dis-
pareos que descienden a pla-
nicies de innumerables relieves
como un dulce espeso n ebu-
llicin.
A la cada de la Urde el sol
se encarga con la languidez de
sus rayos dorar las partes de
hierba seca y en otros donde
la humedad mantiene a mane-
ra de musgo darle una luz azu-
losa. ofreciendo al viajero que
mira desde lo alto del camino
un cuadro panormico de. ex-
traordinaria belleza. y .
Su carretera de asfalto de
buena dimensin serpentea en
curvas y declives circundada
por un lado por trozos de pe-
ascos blanquizcos de imponen-
te majestuosidad, quienes como
al en gesto compasivo y silen-
cioso custodiaran el caminar
del viajante o correr de los ve-
hculos y por l otro lado el
vaco inmensurable poseedor
del abismo.
Sus fincas, chalets y villas
con todo lo indispensable para
el buen confort y comodidad,
dispersos, uno aqu, otro ms
all, con vastos terrenos co-
famasmicrobio^
Msu cocina*
tUSOl LOS XTsaUalNAl Cada vea
Sjut lave el fregadero o el piao da *
tu cocina, agregue 2W ruchara
alas de LYSOL a cada 5 litroa de
agua. LYSOL ea el desinfectante
concentrado, de accin
abono, que desinfecta y
impa al mismo tiempo, ex-
terminando los microbio.
Cada Vet Qua Lava...
Desinfecte Con
tlilV.llhltii
pados de rboles frutales, co*
coteros y palmas reales, o jar-
dines en cosmografa de flores
y hojas decorativas, o lagunas
colmadas de nenfares y lotos
blancos, mceos y amarillos que
se abren a las seis de la tar-
de para cerrarse a las doce
horas.
El Valle posee dos buenos
hoteles, oficina de telgrafos,
luz elctrica acondllconado por
sus propias plantas, lo mismo
que el gas, una capilla para
la misa de los domingos, agua
abundante y diversos lugares
de expendio de legumbres fres-
cas.
No cabe duda es un lugar
encantador, pero sobre-enten-
dido solo para las personas a-
comodadas.
v Lecy
Marzo. 27 de 1951.__________
NORMAS
i
'Lee Cr-Mpt>aualM debert
ceir* a Isa gaita desapasiona
das noriwas periodsticas Debo
enviar al peridico los asunto
1 noticias mis interesante qu>
afecten a la comunidad En ab-
soluto trata da ana oporta
nidad para hacer determinada
campanas poltica.
Denuncian anomalas
en inscripcin de
los Partidos
LA PERA, marzo 27 de 1951.
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Panam.
Autoridad de este Corregi-
miento cita a hombres y mu-
jeres a nombre del Gobierno a
comparecer con cdula esta lo-
calidad a fin de llenar ins-
cripcin partidos polticos. Co-
rremos traslado autoridades
competentes investigar asunto.
, Juan B. Zamora V.
CITACIN
Sociedad Cvica de Chirlcanc*
Con motivo de las renuncias
con carcter Irrevocable pre-
sentadas por los seores Jos I.
Guillen, presidente de esta en-
tidad y Digenes Arjona. se-
cretario de la misma, el dia 16
de los corrientes, el vlce-presl-
dente encargado de la presi-
dencia cita por este medio a
todos los socios a la reunin
ordinaria que se llevar a ca-
bo .el 30 del actual en los sa-
lones de la sociedad en calle
12 nmero 19 altos con el fin
de elegir a sus nuevos digna-
tarios.
El vice-presidente encargado
de la presidencia.
Modesto Saldaa.
El sbado ser
escogida reina
de Azuero, aqu
Conforme se ha venido anun-
ciando, el sbado 31 del pre-
sente, con un gran festival en
el Jardn Balboa se dar tr-
mino a la simptica lucha en-
tre los pueblos de las provin-
cias de Los Santos y Herre-
ra se ha sostenido para de-
cidir cul de las tantas bellas
damltas participantes ser la
ungida con la corona del rei-
nado de Azuero.
De acuerdo con el ltimo cua-
dro de posiciones, las seori-
tas Bexle Rodriguez por Chi-
ne. Elda Carrizo por Oc y
Cita Croswhite por Los San-
tos ocupan los tres primeros
puestos. Prcticamente el con-
censo de la opinin pblica se-
ala a estas tres como las fi-
nalistas y entre ellas la que
Campo experimental de agricultura
Harn en una escuela de Pacora
El Departamento de Agricul-
tura que dirige el Ing. Porfirio
Gmez ha comisionado a don
Julio Escala para que, en aso-
cio del seor director de la es-
cuela de Juan Gil, en Pacora,
haga una inspeccin ocular hoy
a mencionado lugar y establez-
ca la clase de maquinarla ne-
cesaria para destroncar y arar
una parcela que se establecer
a cargo de la escuela como de-
mostracin en dicho casero.
Se nos ha comunicado que
el seor Vsquez, Inspector de
Educacin y el seor Valds,
del Departamento de Perfora-
cin de Pozos formarn parte
de esta comitiva.
En esta forma, manifiesta el
seor Victor Guardia, director
de la escuela de dicho lugar
"veo mis planes de enseanza
prctica agrcola con mtodos
modernos en vias de franca
realizacin".
Abigeato y extraccin de maderas
se registran en regin del Volcn
Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, S.A.
Asamblea General 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 o,ue tendr lugar en Jas 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 reunin 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 Marro de 1951.
Panam, Mar/o J6 de 1951.
I
EL SECRETARIO
dejado escapar indican que bien
pueden dar una agradable sor-
presa, las representantes por
Macaracas, Santa Maria, Laja-
mina y Parlta.
Se sabe que contingentes de
sostenedores vendrn a la ca-
pital, para respaldar a la se-
orita de sus simpatas. El Co-
mit Central Organizador, de
acuerdo con el Reglamento ad-
vierte a todas las candidatas,
que ser medida obligantes que
cada una de ellas personalmen-
te depositen los votos que ten-
gan para este ltimo escruti-
nio. No se aceptarn cheques
ni telegramas. Habr un inte-
resante espectculo lleno de
variedades y la presentacin de
las seoritas participantes.
La Concepcin, Marzo 26 de
1961.
Seor Director de
"La Voz del Interior"
Ap. No. 134, Panam.
Seor:
La anmala situacin existen-
te en una de las reglones ms
prspera del Distrito de Buga-
ba, el Volcn, o Corregimiento
del Bar, debe lnslstirse en'la
publicidad de ella con el fin de
no slo esperar, sino de exigir
a quienes corresponda, para que
se tomen lasl medidas condu-
centes que paralicen esta grave
situacin, la que viene afectan-
do enormemente el porvenir v
la tranquilidad de los asociados.
Se trata del abigeato, robo y ex-
traccin de maderas en la pro-
piedad privada en dicha regin.
No obstante de que en el men-
cionado lugar existe una Corre-
glduria con sus agentes de Po-
lica y Guardas muv bien esta-
blecida; no obstante de que se
han desarrollado en esos con-
tornos ncleos de poblacin, co-
mo son: Hato del Volcn. Nue-
va California, Bambitos, Nueva
Suiza y Cerro de Punta, donde
todo aparenta progreso y civili-
zacin pues lo indican sus esta-
blecimientos comerciales, sus
ranchos de diversin, sus can-
tinas, sus teatros, sus quintas
veraniegas, sobretodo, sus es-
cuelas donde los trabajadores de
la enseanza imparten instruc-
cin hace ya largo tiempo; no
obstante de que all estn ra-
dicado los mejores aserraderos
de la Repblica, produciendo 111-
ser la Reina de Azuero. Sin -
embargo, informes que se bin- mltada cantidad de madera, o
rltiadn .granar Inrltran e Mar. obstante de que la produccin
agrcola sea extensa y variada
contribuyendo a darle ocupacin
a un centenar de vehculos de
pasajeros y carga: no obstante
de que all| reside un ncleo
considerable de extranjeros, co-
mo son: Norteamericanos, espa-
oles, suizos, suecos, alemanes,
austracos, yugoeslavos, polacos,
nicaragenses, ecuatorianos, chl
nos, etc-; no obstante, por lti-
mo, de que all est establecida
la finca modelo de Martlnz en
Cerro de Punta, quiero afirmar
de que no se ha terminado en
esa zona, ninguno de los males
anotados, a pesar de haberse
presentado con caracteres alar-
mantes desde hace mucho tiem-
po, lo que sigue incontrolable
principalmente, la extraccin de
maderas de la propiedad priva-
da, y lo que ha dependido y de-
AVISO
La Universidad de Panam
Con motivo del duelo nacional por la muerte del doctor
don Rosendo Jurado, la licitacin del edificio de Talleres,
Garajes y Deposito* tendr logar el jueves a las 11 de la
maana en el despacho del rector.
Panam, 21 ds marzo de 1951.
ALBERTO DE SAINT MALO,
Decano Encargado de la Rectora
ryesw
lslCaMIIoI
TRAD MARK
r ASK l.l M: aria tan Se Ubrim asm
. I. tMmmawmaa Uta. Ce-. Caaa'S
pende de la sordidez que ha
prevalecido en la persecusin y
el castigo de los transgresores.
Todo lo dicho flota en el am-
biente como algo Insolvent able,
y es que los dueos de la pro-
piedad afectada, no podran ha-
cerse justicia por su cuenta,
mxime cuando sigilosamente
se corta la madera v en trozas
lass venden a los aserraderos.
Es preciso ponrsele coto a es-
te mal que de visible manera
viene menoscabando los Intere-
ses de muchos, sobretodo, de los
dueos legales de fincas que
cargan con el peso de altos gra-
vmenes del Estado.
Corresponsal.
CORRESPONSALES
OASUU
AS PALMAfc.aun.c Sollirra L
t"L REAI^-Srm. Obtfulia Oe.tr.rmt
raoviNciA ds CHiaioui
DAVIDUaataeo Amarase 4.
PTM. ARII!1r:.LI*~Lina Ana.
BOQUETE fcnritne Wetion
LAS LAJASAmano Satrara
.Xll.KUA AlJerunda Sagren
CERRO DE rUKTA Beeirii MlraaSa t>
Cabal
LA CONCEPCINUMe A Geerae
SAN FILIE D.antrU Setal
3UALACA Teanlstoelee PatiSo
HORCONCITOSSara V C.
BOQUERNAntalo Bloa
rOLEridal Saataatarla Je.
IAN ANDRES r.u.tl.o Mrraaea
OUCLB
PFNONOMr anaioo U Coate
AK11ADULC2 Roaalio Realeo Carato
ANIN Alenlo J. Josa
NATAJoaa de D VasQoeo
LA PINTADAeraree
OLAOnttlmo Gimi
8IO GRANDEJo. i. tirarle ferae*
Sea
RIO HATO Toroso Qalrsa
POCRIJ aV Cornejo
VERAGUAS
RIO DE JESS faaiof BotaeM
LAS PALMASCeear (ordlllo
CASA ZAS Pedro J. Herida
"Al.< IIREMliutl Oomle
ATALAYASamuel Pima
SAN FRANCISCOEllo Arroeka P.
SANTA FEJo.oalr Garda (Vereioar
LOS SANTOS
LA VILLA DE LOS san-IOS Franela*
Caldern O.
CHITRERamn Perelra
LAS MINAS Epldnidw Qolalera
EL C'AflAFISTULO Jaate) VUlarrea
I Loa Santa.)
'JANOODoneti.no Manasen
STA MARIA Hice arte Knbiee
U/CARACASAooilme Moroso V A
PAR TALeopoldo Aroeeejeaa
TONOSIJoa.jola Moeaaete)
PFDASI eenr.r, Otilia Van
OCUViralllo Arfulo
LAS IABLA*.Jos Antonio Sai
It'ARARGJo. Nieta* Aasaaa
?OCM--Eoa*tseo M. do Gonnalee
PESEJorra Aietrr.ro
COLON
PALENQUECaaimiro Haaaee 0.
CATIVAAna" Bareenee
PUNTO PILN- Lu. Jiaeaea
POBTOSELLO Tofilo Mel
PANAMA
ARRAIJANLaca. Barcena
CHORRERAAolbal kfWtinee
CHAMEPadre MaSot O.
CHEPO Jo. B. Puertee
CALMAS BELLASRolIdc Cebello.
OLOR AXILAR?
Alivio ms rpido
Talco Antisptico
ANIMEN
Ese dejatrsdable olorenemigo trai-
cionero oe su personalidadk desva-
nece en seguida con Arrimen porque
este talco posee tres notables ingre-
diente* medicinales. Use Ammen
desde noy, para tu mayor proeeccia!
Slo na takd aatepfro.
lot rotulado de A anata.
TALCO
AMMEN
Habr festival a
beneficio de la
Sta. T. Velasquez
Oran entusiasmo existe en-
tre los simpatizadores de la
simptica candidata al reinado
tpico nacional, seorita Te-
reslta Velasquez, por el festival
que* se celebrar el prximo s-
bado en el local de la Confe-
deracin de Sociedades Cvicas
Interioranas (altos de la Nueva
Campana).
Este festival se iniciar a las
ocho de la noche,hasta las cua-
tro de la madrugada y ser a-
menizado nada menos que por
La Perfecta de Armando Boza
con sus cantantes Germn Ver-
gara y Man Bolaos.
Se espera una gran asisten-
cia a este baile en honor de
la seorita Teresita Velsquez,
candidata al reinado or la Pro-
vincia de Bocas del Toro.
El lo. de Abril
eligen Reina
Tpica Nacional
Existe gran espectacln por
el ltimo escrutinio del Reina-
do Tipleo Nacional que se efec-
tuar el primero de abril en
los salones de la Confederacin
de Asociaciones Cvicas Inte-
rioranas. Todas las candidatas
se muestran sumamente opti-
mistas y se presume que el
torneo ser muy reido en es-
ta ocasin.
Como atraccin especial de
este escrutinio se presentar en
pleno la Corte del Reinado de
Azuero, la cual participar en
el selecto programa tpico que
para el efecto se tiene pre-
parado en el que har una pre-
sentacin especial el conjunto
tpico de Tobas Plicet.
En el da de ayer fue es-
cogido el Jurado Escrutador de
este escrutinio, el cual est in-
tegrado por el Ing. Manuel F.
Zarate, el Ing. Porfirio Gmez,
don Armando Moreno de EL
PANAMA AMERICA, don Carlos
Sol Bosch de "La Estrella de
Panam', don Mario Augusto
Rodrguez de "La Hora", doa
Eulogia Rodrguez de Arias, dis-
tinguida interiorana, y don Ce-
ledonio Guardia, de la Federa-
cin de Asociaciones Interiora-
nas.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
HORIZONTALES:
1Dios de los licores.
5Nombre de mujer.
8El primer hombre.
12Pasin.
13Coloca, sita.
14 Conducto sanguneo.
15Apodo de las Dolores.
18Unir.
18Poner acotaciones.
20Tuberculoso.
21Pura, sin mezcla. ,
22Nombre de mujer.
23Informado.
26Nombre de mujer.
30Animal acutico.
31Del verbo votar.
33Preposicin. S
34Personaje mitolgico, Inv.
36Que tiene nimo.
38Ave domstica.
40Del verbo amar.
41Ciudad de Francia.
44Hoja.
47Famoso msico italiano.
49Ramillete, Inv.
50Argumento, Inv.
51Ocasin, caso.
52Tela muy fuerte.
53Clase de tela.
54Demostrativo.
55Agarraderas.
VERTICALES:
1Proyectil.
2Signo ortogrfico. Inv.
3Del verbo colonizar.
4Dementes.
5Que tiene apuro.
6Impar.
7Diminutivo de Ana.
8Notificar.
9Prefijo inseparable.
10Cabello blanco. Inv.
11Del verbo- orar, Inv/
17Superlativo de fina.
19Relativo al atavismo, Pl.
23Volcn de las Islas
Filipinas.
24Mirar.
25Terminacin de aumen-
tativo.
27Que dan su nombre.
28Nosotros
29Demostrativo.
32Somete a anlisis.
35Intento.
37Burla con cierto gesto. '
39Alevoso.
41Polvillo que aspiraban los
antiguos. Inv.
42Manzana.
43Nombre de mujer.
45Abuellta, familiarmente. '
46Altares. '
48Caso de pronombre.
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IERCOLES. MARZO 18. Ml
tt PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTB
PAGINA'CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r\eaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
. Telfono S-S182 HORAS: : a !:
Apartado 134
Bodas Consolani-Vieto
i area.
Esta tarde a las seis, unirn sus destinos en los sagrado
vnculos del matrimonio, en la Santa Iglesia de Cristo Rey,
la encantadora seorita Loida Vieto Grimaldo, hija del seor
Ezequlel Vieto Guardia y seora Virginia G. de Vieto y el
culto caballero chileno, Ing. talo Himberto D. Consolara, hijo
del seor Julio Consolanl y seora Berta de Consolanl.
Lucir la novia una creacin de clsicas lineaa de Br-
bara Barrie, en.satin color marfil enviada especialmente para
ella de Nueva York, y completar su atavio nupcial una be-
llsima mantilla espaola recogida hbilmente con diminutos
azahares, por las delicadas manos de doa Evelina A. de on-
Entrar al templo del brazo de su seor padre, y ser
precedida por su dama de honor, la seorita Nidia Vieto Gri-
maldo, ataviada en un vaporoso vestido de tul de nylon y en-
caje color orqudea, quien ser escoltada por el caballero Gil-
berto Boyd. Regar flores al paso de la novia la preciosa ni-
filta Betty Champsaur Lacayo y portara los anillos y las arras
' Profusin de calas blancas adornarn la iglesia, artstica-
mente decorada por las seoras Mercedes vda. de Alfaro y To-
va V de Chevalier, y dejar or su melodiosa voz la seora
Laura G de Martnez; acompaada al rgano por la seorita
Recibirn los desposados las felicitaciones de sus familia-
res v amistades, durante una recepcin la cual ofrecern los
padres de la novia en el Saln Washington del Hotel El Pa-
nam. El artstico pastel de bodas ha sido confeccionado por
la seora Felicia de Souza.
Partirn los contrayentes inmediatamente para Guate-
mala, y luego seguirn a Caracas, Venezuela, en donde fija-
rn su residencia. _, ... ... ..
Al engalanar nuestras columnas con la fotografa de la
novia de hoy. formulamos votos por la felicidad siempre eter-
na de los contrayentes, y que Dios derrame sobre ellos sus
mltiples bendicones. _________\____________________
Almuerzo en el Golf
Del Interior
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios dita en Boquete en el Ho-
tel Panamonte se encuentra de
nuevo en la capital el Dr. Adol-
fo Arlas P. y seora Cecilia E.
de Arlas y la seora Maria Z.
de Arias.
Regresaron ayer a la capital
despus de haber permanecido
durante una temporada en el
Hotel Panamonte el HD. Juan
B. Arlas y seora Elvira Z. de
Arias, el seor Bey Mario Arose-
mena y seora Carlota V. de
Arosemena y la seora Tere P.
de Zubieta.
Saludamos al seor Jaime Ca-
sanova-y seora Trini de Casa-
nova, al seor Fernando Eleta
y seora Mercedes C. de Eleta,
al seor Aquilino Boyd y seo-
ra Dorlta B. de Boyd, a la seo-
rita Mara Healy y al Lie. Ro-
berto Alemn, quienes regresa-
ron de El Valle en donde per-
manecieron durante varios dias
huespedes del seor y seora de
Casanovas.
El seor Antonio Alfaro y se-
ora Alda E. de Alfaro y sus ni-
os y el seor Horacio Alfaro
Jr. y seora Judith W. de Alfa-
ro regresaron de Santa Clara
en donde pasaron varios dias de
descanso.
Regresaron de Las Margaritas,
en donde pasaron los dias san-
tos huspedes del seor Anbal
Vallarlno y seora Ruth de Va-
llarino, los seores Vasco Arse-
mena y seora Alma de Arse-
mena,' el seor Rogelio Estrl-
peaut y seora Mayra N. de Es-
tripeaut y el seor Carlos Van
der Hans y seora Baby de Van
der Hans.
0
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada de descanso en Los
Bohos, se encuentra de nuevo
en la capital las seoras Ceci-
lia L. de Hernndez y sus nios,
la seora Aura L. de Vallarlno y
sus nios, la seora Rosario F.
de Watson y sus nios y la se-
orita Licha Fbrega.
Para el Interior
Orato paseo le deseamos al
nio Jorge Leignadier Jr. quien
sigui para Las Tablas en don-
de pasar una temporada de va-
caciones.
Para Centro Amrica
Sigui hoy para Centro Am-
rica y el Caribe por la va area
el seor Osear Ticas R., Lo des-
pedimos.

DE REINA A REINA
EL AGASAJO AL MAVOR ALEMN. El May
Justicia, fu objeto ayer de una clida demost
le fu brindado en el Escuadrn de Caballera
tarde a ocho de la noche. Asistieron al acto
mismos, don Alclbades Arosemena, el Jefe de
gerentes del Banco Nacional y del "Bur", don
Embajador de Veneruela, don Enrique Castro
Alcaldes de Panam y Coln, Licenciado ngel
elementos distinguidos del mundo oficial y soc
Banda de la Policia y el Conjunto Ttpico de Le
or Alfredo Alemn, ex-MInlstro de Gobierno y
racin de simpata y aprecio en el agasajo que
de la Policia Nacional, de cinco y media de la
los Ministros dt Estado v Secretarios de los
la Secreta, Licenciado Juan de Dios Poveda, los
Eduardo de Alba y don Eduardo Briceo, el
Gomes y otros representantes diplomticos; los
Vega Mndez y Jos Dominador Basan y otros
lal de Panam y Coln. Amenizaron el acto la
onidas Cajar. Fu servido un exquisito buffet.
deseamos a la seora Rosita C.
de Riba, quien se encuentra re-
cluida en su residencia a conse-
cuencia de un accidente sufri-
do en dias pasados.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Cecilia C, de Levy
Seora Lisa M. de Vallarlno
Seor Carlos Enrique Mouynes
Nia Jo Ann Hilbert
Para agasajar a la seora
Joan de Guthrle quien se en-
cuentra pasando varios das en
Panam, la seora Hilda P. de
Arias ofreci ayer un almuerzo
en el Club de Golf.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Julio Arosemena y
eora Julieta E. de Aroseme-
na han trasladado su residen-
cia a la calle Elvira Mndez, fi-
nal, en Campo Alegre, en donde
se ponen a las rdenes de sus
amistades. *
Aniversario de Matrimonio,
Enviamos un atento saludo al
Coronel Manuel Pino y seora
Gladys A. de Pino quienes cum-
plen en esta fecha aos de ca-
sados.
Celebran hoy el aniversario
de su matrimonio el seor Ri-
chard Bilonlck y seora Ria V.
de Bilonlck. Los felicitamos
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Modesta de Arcia
Seora Mercedes G. de Lpez
Seora Mary M. de Lyons
Seora Angela G. de Kowal-
chlk-
Seora Mara Elena de la G.
de Novey
Seorita Enriqueta Morales
Seorita Gloria Alfaro
Seor Alberto Gallmany
Despedida de Soltera
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera de la Srta. Rita Jimnez,
que contraer matrimonio pr-
ximamente con el Dr. Augusto
Ramos, las seoras Leticia L-
pez de Fonseca, Rima Phillips
de Ehrman, Teresita Dutary de
Villarreal y Mara d los Ange-
les Alvarez de Smith ofrecen
esta trde un Kitchen Shorter
en el Golf Club, a la cual asis-
tirn un grupo de sus amista-
des.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a la seorita
Glpriela Calvo quien regres
ayer de Washington por la via
*
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COMPRE HOYMISMO
EST PRECIOSO JUEGO
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ALCONTADQA PLAZOS O POR
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Enferma
Completo restablecimiento
RELIGIOSA
Apostolado de la Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco, capital
El da 30, viernes, se tendr
la reunin mensual del Aposto-
lado de la Oracin, en el Saln
Parroquial, a las 5 pjn.
Israel adquiere
reservas para
seis meses
TEL AVIV. Israel marzo 28.
Israel est empeado en
asegurar el abastecimiento de
productos /allmentici >s, y segn
las declaraciones q> e acaba de
hacer a la prensa el Ministro
de Agricultura, stor Pinnas
Lavon, se acaban de adquirir
en el extranjero grandes can-
tidades de alimentos, suficien-
tes para mantener al pueblo
Israeli durante seis meses.
Declar el ministro que las
reservas de granos y forrajes
para los animales durarn un
periodo ms largo todava, e
hizo saber que se efectan ne-
gociaciones con el gobierno de
Estados Unidos para la obten-
La Reina Isabel de Inglate-
rra y el Rey Jorge, felicitan
a Irene Dunne, quien per-
sonifica a la Reina Victoria en
la gran pelcula "El Diablillo y
la Reina" (The Mudlark), a
raz de la Presentacin Real
de la mencionada pelcula en
Londres.
De esta manera obtuvo "El
Diablillo y la Reina" el honor
ms sealado del ao filmic
en Inglaterra, y sus exhibicio-
nes paral a Realeza y altas per-
sonalidades oonsttluy el even-
to social ms esplendoroso des-
de la guerra.
cin de grandes cantidades de
trigo que se enviarn a este
pas como ayuda econmica pa-
ra Israel. Dentro de poco co-
menzarn a llegar expertos al
Estado Judio con el objeto de
iniciar la construccin de In-
mensos almacenes para guar-
dar los productos alimenticios.
El seor Lavon. quien aca-
ba de volver de un viaje a Es-
tados Unidos, dijo que haba
efectuado numerosas compras,
habindose adquirido, entre o-
tras cosas, 31 embarcaciones
pesqueras completamente equi-
padas, las que satisfarn todas
las necesidades de pescado del
pas cuando se pongan en ser-
vicio.
Inform el Ministro que en el
Canad se ha organizado una
compaa judia con un capital
de diez millones de dlares, la
que tiene por objeto fomentar
las compras de alimentos para
Israel.
4
Si alguna de las Celadoras no
pudiere llegar, enve a quien le
le represente.________^______
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Cuando el beb empieza a tomar alimento slido,
dele Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's. Ver como le
gusta lo mismo que al resto de la familia Fcil de
digerir, contiene todos los valores nutritivos que el
beb necesita. Est hecha de vegetales escogidos,
cocinados exquisitamente en caldo de carne de rea
La Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's es admirable para
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Avenida Central No. 21
SUCURSAL
Avenida Tvoli No. C
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A
\
Abierto desde las 8:30 a.m. basta las 6:00 p.m.
y durante el medioda.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
T
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
"Un polvo
de lo ms
halagador"
dice
la Duquesa de Rutland
una de las ms encantadoras dama)
de la nobleza inglesa
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excelente
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Los polvos faciales no son todos iguale!
"S por experiencia que es tan fcil
engaarse al escoger un matiz de polvos
mirndolo en la cajason tan pocos
los polvos que lucen con el mismo
matiz en el culis," dice la encantadora
Duquesa de Rutland. "Pero los Polvos
Pond's son tsn delicados y difanos que
jo los encuentro de lo ms halagadores."
Para probar un polvo facial no lo mire
en la cajamrelo en su rostro! Ahora
los Polvos Pond*s contienen dentro de su
textura un ingrediente nuevo que esparce
uniformemente el maliz para realzar los
tonos ms delicados de su tez. Distribuye
con ms uniformidsd las minsculas
panculas de colorido... que se adhieren
a su piel con difana suavidad.
Compare usted! Siga el consejo de
bellezas de fama internacional. Compare
los Polvos Pond's con los polvos que
ahora usa. Observe lo suaves, difanos
y halagadores que los exquisitos matices
Pond's lucen en su culis.
town's
JPOJLVOS FACMAJLES
El que la toma
una vez
la sigue tomando
siempre !
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que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes b Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
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palabra adicional.
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Calla 12 Oarta Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
tall "H" No. 57 Fananu
Ave. Cotral 12-171 Cala
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura y wmaltai
l*tl brillontji ptuabo de man.
1.3.25 olea. Alaucanas Tropiau-
ra.
SI VENOIN:Clavel, meara aeare,
cara acanalada, fir-Te teert
blatter aam cala rata maa'a-
ra. lavimanoi. aicuiaao. ale. a
laa precio- mi bojoi an elaie.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via fiei-
a. Iliaamfe a lun raad Tal.
1-1503_________________________
SE VENDE Incobodoro elctrico
ral i-0255______________
SE VENCE:No temo a LADRONES.
Compre un perro Policio Belga. Ri-
zo excepcionol. Llame Shrapnel.
Balboo. 2820.
SF VENDE:Por viaje, gallinas fi-
nas, ponedoros. carotas, blancas.
o precio razonable. Pedregal carre-
tero Villalobos, caso No. 7.
SE VENDE:De un mes de nacido,
"Peckinec puppy", de razo fino.
Avenido Per 58 qllos.__________
SE VENDE:Crio de (gallinas en ple-
na produccin, paro informes en El
Super Mercado. Ave. Centrol No.
239. Sr. Dimaso. ^^_____
SE VENDEN: Puertas de caobi.
Tamaos patronizados Caso Ad-
miroble. Central 18, al lodo de la
Loterio. Telfono 2-2027.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Com da
campo an Chorrera I El Coco) Tal.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Dos lotis en Las Cum-
bres, 25 minutoi de Ancn, todos
utilidades adqulrible, cerca cuesta
bonita, como 1,000 M2. leccin
creciente, buena inversin y sitio
para su cosa.'Paro informes llame
293 Bolboo o escribo P. J. Runkel.
Apdo. 249. Diablo Heights.
SE VENDE:Lote de .terreno en Par-
que Lefevre, 1 00() M2. Esquina
Calle C v D. Precie- B.2.50 M2.
Lime Tel. 3-3224.
SE VENDE:Abarrotarla en calle 13
Oeste No. 29. Para mis informes
dirjase all mismo.
SE VENDE:Magnifico chalet dos ra-
cimaros, solo-comedor, cocino, ser-
vicios, porch, 600 metros cercados,
garage, por solo B.3,500 pago ini-
cial. Patterson. 2-2346.
bfc VENDE:La ltimo cosa de ur-
banizacin ICAZA Y NAVARRO
en calle 13. San Francisco da la
Caleta. 3 racimaros, sala-comedor,
cocina, bao. Lote de 406 metroi
cuadrados. Informes: Juan Nava-
rro." Avenido Cubo entre calles 25
y 6 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE NECESITA: Empleada plancha-
doro del Interior. Borriada Visto
Hermosa No. 623.
l Canal de Panam ofrece en vento,
boje propuestas cerrados que se
han de abrir a los 10 y 30 A. M.
del II de Abril de 1951. partes de
repuesto para carros y camiones
Chevrolet y poro camiones Interno-
tionol. que se encuentran en la
Seccin K, Almacn de Balboo y
n el Almacn de Cristbal. Se
podrin conseguir los formularios
para las propuestos, en los lugares
indicados arribo o en la oficina del
Superintendente di Almacenes,
Balboa, telfono 1-Z11J.________
SE VEND:Bicicleta tamao medio-
no. poro varn, morca Hrcules.
Calle 5a. No. 24, Catedral. Expre-
so Internocionol.
SE VENDE:En Chorrera, chalet, so-
la, recimaro, dos dormitorios, ser-
vicio sonitorio, 400* Barato. In-
formes Cantina Nuevo Espoa.
SE VENDE:Lote de 10 hectinos en
la Trinsistmica cerca Fibrica Ce-
mento, a 4 centavos metro, con
derecho a adquirir tierras baldas
otris. Mitad ol contodo y resto en
cinco aos. Telfono 3-2407.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto, con o sin
muebles, sin nios, frente Parque
Lesseps. Telfono No. 2-3558.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado.
coso moderna, bolcn calle. Hombre
solo, B.30.00. 17 Oeste 70 Apto.
5.______________________________
SE ALQUILA:Corto con muebles,
entrada privado. B.6.00 semanoles.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre, coso No. 32.
La Comisin
Ju ms pronto posible a fin de
recomendar lu mediaas ade-
cuadas al Congreso.
El bloque parlamentarlo Ru-
ical declaro en un comunica lo
<;ue en su reunion de ayei la
Comisin aprob varias re\30-
lucione* incluyendo las de pro-
ciJer a -vender las obligacin-:*
de propiedad de La Prensa, con-
gelar 11! furtos del peridico y
reca' iaboracin de,les
fun nel Ministerio tic
Ha I -,el Municipio de
B Ai p. para realizar v-
lWft Inepr-riones.
< iiete panameo
no se Ir considera con
e. ja ser miembro de la
Tropa.
Adems de las materias de ca-
oalleria. el cadete debe mante-
ner excelentes notas en materias
acadmicas, demostrar sus cono-
/ cimientos de ciertas fases de la
infantera, y debe pasar una
prueba de seguridad en automo-
vilismo.
Brostella es hijo de don Miguel
Brostella Mata, residente en la
Va Espaa, No. 93, en la ciudad
de Panam.
Por primera vez
de la parada a lo largo de la
Avenida Pennsylvania ha siao
adornada con miles de bande-
ras americanas y francesas y
con carteles que dicen: "Viva
el Prsidente Auriol".
Ahorre Dinero con SWP!
L Pintura Pirf Ca-
si Favorita en EC
L i;i> de A Obtena
miietunomii bella-
a y omite-
rir ooi tv
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno de 15.
425 Mts. Corretero Tronsistmica.
15 millas de la capital, antes del
puente de Rio de Chilibre, -rio al
lado y atris. rboles frutales, 15
Cts. el metro. Informes Sitio Chili-
bre. Lloyo Sanchez.
SE NECESITAN:Apantes vendedo-
ras da club de mueblas, con refe-
rencias. Mueblera Tun (mueble
gonodo mueble entregado,* Aveni-
do Centrol 200.
SE NECESITA:Chofer. Dirjase Ave.
Justo Arosemena No. 65.
SE NECESITAN: Dos montadores-
porp zapatera El Record en calle B
No. II.
SE NECESITA:Oficinista hable n-
g!s-costellano. Prefirese conoci-
miento estenografo. Posicin per-
manente. Solo empleorose persona
garantice mudarse de Coln a Pa-
nami cuando se trosloden las ofi-
cinas dentro ocho meses, o a per-
sona de Panomi dispuesta traba-
jar en Coln hasta troslodo ofi-
cinas a Ponami. Columbia Pic-
tures, Justo Arosemena calles 7 y
8. telfono Coln 177.
SE NECESITA: ' Dependiente o de-
pendiente de bueno apariencia que
hable bien ingls y espaol, que
tenga experiencio y buenas reco-
mendaciones. La Parisin, Ave.
Central 113.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA;Un ciso solo.
Belsono Porros 124.
Via
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recimaras,
sala, comedor, cocina, garage, 2
servicios, patio grande y cercado,
buen vecindario, parado autobs.
B.75.00 mensuales. Informes 91-B
Calle Belisorio Porras.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet completamen-
te amoblado, salo, comedor, tras
recamaros, 2 baos, porch, terra-
zo, goroge, cuarto empleado, jo-
din, patio grande. Ave. a. altos
del Golf, entre Calles 7a. y 8a.
Telfono 3-2541.
ALQUILASE: Residencio completa-
mente omoblodo. olios Golf. Llame
telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA:Tengo paro alquilar
troctor D4. Llame al 3-2429 des-
pus de las 12 a. m.
diaero.
PINTUKA
PMPAKADA
de SHMWIN-WIUIAMS
SWP
jfr%t
mza
Ave. Norte S Tel
r-"- Martn Soea 4MP*I
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a
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece el Articulo 777 del
Cdigo de Comercio, se avisa
al publico, que por medio de
la Escritura Pblica No. 41
del 16 de Enero de 1050 de la
Notarla Segunda del Circuito
de Panam, Azucarera Nacio-
nal, S.A. ha comprado a Jus-
to Pastor Correa Chlari el In-
genio situado en Men-abe.
Provincia de Los 8antos
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
AZUCARERA NACIONAL. S.A.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero. No
tiene que dormir en casa, y una
empleada para servicios generales
de casa, tiene que dormir en I
empleo. Ave. Manuel Mara de
Iciza No. 26. Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia, para dormir en lo cata.
Familia pequea. Intil presentarse
sin recomendociones. Calla 52 Ei-
te. No. 15.
SE NECESITA: Empleoda paro el
servicio domstico. Dirjase a calla
15, Son Francisco. No. 114o lla-
me al telfono 3-3903:
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en el trabajo. Colla 11 Esta
No. 6, bojos, familia Sauge.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos. Traiga recomenda-
cin. Calle 38 final No. 35.
SE NECESITA:Carguera con expe-
riencia y responsabilidad. Buen
sueldo. Via Espaa No. 23. bojos.
SE NECESITA: Empleada para el
oficio domstico. Calle 49 No. 13,
Edificio Grecia.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero que hago
oficios domsticos poro dos per-
sonas, debe dormir en el empleo.
\Traigo recomendacin, Avenida
Mxico No. 6.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ser-
vicio de caso. Debe dormir en el
empleo. Urbanizacin Campo Ale-
gre. Avenida Manuel Icaza No. 18.
SE ALQUILA
^parlamentos
4s
DUIL
SE ALQUILA:Piso entrado Inde-
pendiante, No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informe! Tal. 2-2474.
ALQUILASEApartomento muy c-
modo, moderno, con garage, etc.
casa 5. calle la. Perejil. Llame
telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Moderno y ventilado
apartamento; Sala comedor, dos re-
cimaras, dos servicios, cocino, la-
vandera, garage y amplios balco-
nes. Edificio "El Pando", Calle 52
No. .Bella Visto. Informes en los
telfonos 2-1109 y 3-1504.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento pora pa-
reja o familia pequea. Absoluta-
mente independiente. Calle 15 Sen
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 lineas buses y chivas di
frente. Cosa como nuva.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho joven, hi-
jq de familia, para quehaceres de
cisa. Calle 50 No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar y goce de salud. Calle 50
(Jos de San Martin) No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda paro aseo,
cosa y cocina. Debe dormir Nen el
el empleo y traer buenas referen-
cias. Presntese de 1:30 p. m. en
odelonte a calle del Estudiante No.
140. Tel. No. 2-4022.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Chevrolet 1949 Sedon
4 puertas, milloje bajo, derecho
pagado. Tais. 3-1289, 3-1818.
Cristbal.
SE VENDE:Willys Panel Delivery,
ultimo modelo. nuevo, derechos
placas y seguro contra todo riesgo
pagos. B. 1,950.00. Garage Zappi.
Calle 17 Oeste No. 78, Ponami.
SI VENDE:APROVECHE! i carree
r 1.450.00. Chryil.rC.ua. 1941.
F.ra- S.e.n 1931, OU.m.ail. Cu-
pe 1936. Buena cena'icienei. Ven-
aje y anale. Penema Aut. S. A.
Ave. Jutte Aminini Ne. 40.
SE ALQUILA:Poro familia pequea,
apartamento dos recimaras, cocino,
servicios independientes, parada
autobus, B.40.00, esquina Calle 3a.
con Avenida 5a. San Francisco. 2-
2346.___________________________
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. dos
recimaras, sala, comedor, cuorto
empleada. Edificio "Hispania". Ca-
lle Colombio, 3. Entrado Indepen-
diente.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cimaras, sala-comedor, cuorto em-
pleada, bolcn, etc. Bello Vista,
calle Colombia No. 8. Llamar
apartamento No. 5.
SE ALQUILAN: Aportomentos de
una.y dos recimaras, sola, come-
dor, cocina, servicios. Calle 7a. No.
15. Lefevre.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, dos re-
cimons, esquina, salo-comedor,
alambrado. $65. 56, Ave. Porros,
Heve apartamento 3, Quijino, ca-
lle 8o, No. 15, telfono 3-0234.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento muy c-
modo, moderno, con goroge, etc.
casa 5, calle li. Perejil. Llame te-
lfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Para abril, la parte
alta de la casa Bello Visto. Tobo-
ga. Tel. 3-3488, colla 40, No. 28.
SE ALQUILA:Uno pieza a matri-
monio responsable sin nios. Calle
7a. No. 1 1 segundo olto de 1 7
p. m.
SE ALOUILAN: Dos apartamentos
amoblados, con dos recimaras, so-
la, comedor", cuarto de emfcleodos.
balcones, etc. Calle 45 No. 34,
altos.
SE VENDE
Articulo* de Casa
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, ra-
dio, miquina coser, aparato aire
acondicionado, estufa, muebles y
enseres de casa. Pablo Arosemena
No. 12.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje,
juego de comedor completamente
nuevo, compuesto de mesa, seis si-
llas, aparador, vitrina y bar. Acu-
da o Vio Espao No. 57.
SE VENDE:Juego de sala, bamb,
comedor, caobo, recimaro, refrige-
radora Philco, 7 pies y estufa de
gas; relotvomente nuevo, por mo-
tivo de viaje. Dirjase a calle 45,
No. 7. oportamento No. 2 de 2 p.
m. a 6 p. m. Precio razonoble.
SE VEND:Mueble le camelar.
muebla da "le. cama lable Sim-
mea, refrigeradare ge larval, te-
da a itreciee 4* acait*. Plemeria
N atiene I, Central 210.
SE VENDE:Ocasin, lindo juego de
recimaro. Diseo moderno. Tam-
bin cama de nio. Calle 34 No.
7.
SE VENDEN:Cornos y muebles usa-
dos, quince hojos Celotex. Perfec-
to estado. Calle 46 Este No. 2, al-
tos. Tel. 3-2755.
SE VENDE:Juego de solo, come-
dor, racimara, estufo de gas, lova-
doro, manteles finos. Todo muy ba-
rato, por motivo de viaje. Barriada
Vista Hermoso No. 701.
SE VENDE: Por motive de viaje,
juego recimaras caoba, estante 2
cuerpos, cmqda, cama tres cuartos,
mesita noche B. 195.00. Mesa de
comedor, aparador, 6 sillas. 6.150.
C0. Estufa Helbit, 4 fogones y hor-
no. Perfectas condicione, Bi.75.-
00. Calle 40 No. 2f, altee. Tal.
3-34M.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Cratley
Shelvidor 1948, 10'. 60 ciclos. 8.
300.00, alfombra verde de lana,
nuevo, 9' x 15' B.55.00, rodio-
fongrofo. 60 ec'o.. B.50.00, c-
modo de ocero, B. 15.00. "buffet"
de acero B.30.00. rr.e-.o. 6 sillos B.
30.00, Bliss 2166-C Colla 8a. Cu-
rund, Tel. 6191, PAD.
SE ALQU),LA:Apartamento de uno
recmon, muy fresco, precio rozo-
noble, en colle 52 No. 18. cerca
del hotel "El Panomi", informes
Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA Apartamento moder-
no, independiente, de una sola
recimaro. Vio Belisaro Porros 168.
Hay garage.
SE ALQUILA
Loeale*
SE ALQU1 LA:Local paro oficina.
ornbo del Teatro Centra,.
iE ALQUILAN:Exclm.vamente po-
ra oficina* tocle cntrico* en los
eltoi de Avenido Centrol 44 o
precio mdico Soliciten Infor-
macin an Almacena* 5 v 10 can-
tuvo.
SE ALQUILA:Local por. oficina en
Avenida B No. 59 alto*. Acuda
sucursal Sylvanio en mismo edifi-
cio.
SE ALQUILA:Ideal por* peluquera
nios, manicuristo o modisto, bello
local comercial en Calle 48 Este
No. 11. Bella Vista. B.55.00. In-
formes en Refresquerio Pingino,
el lado, o llame Tel. 3-1897.
SE ALQUILA:Para clnica, negocio,
tienda o depsito. local Avenida
Per, esquina Calle 36. B.60.00 3-
1001.
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15. propio poro oficina o de-
psito, para informal Home tel-
fono 3-1147._________________.___
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeite No. 3. Propio pora
taller, goroge. deposito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1 147.
MISCELNEA
J. BROUWERPintor da co*a*. con-
intiito. cometo* tcnico, goran-
rie por jn ono. preaupueito gratn
Tel. 2-1276_____________________
Poro I* reparacin perfecto de su
radio: Autos Ompnroy, telfono 2-
0810.
Perforo Pozas de Aguo. Telfono 3-
0931. Charles J. Hilbert._________
Si Ud. o *u nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, levndose
con
JABN ACUACATINA
con oceite de oguacote. De venta
en los farmocias y en to bueno
olmocenes.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
De vanta an
EL BATURRO
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
V Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
TECLES Diferenciales de
}, I 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.
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-260
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-M24.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. Z-175t
PARTE PARA EE. UU.
*
MIRCOLES, MARZO 28, 1951
Esta noche partir hacia loa
Estados Unidos el seor Edwin
Rojas N., alto empleado de la
compaia Sergio Acosta, repre-
sentante de las famosas ma-
quinas de escribir, sumar y
calcular Remington Rand, don-
de tomar un curso de espe-
cializacln en la ciudad de Nue-
va York.
Tambin se propone el seor
Rojas hacer esludios en la Ca.
Todd, protectores de Cheques,
con el fin de especializarse en
estas clases de mquinas.
Son nuestros deseos de que
los estudios de este joven pro-
fesional culminen en el mayor
de los xitos, y que tenga un
feliz viaje.
^
Exponen su
dos del Tribunal de lo Con-
tencioso y es Inoperante, a
nuestro juicio, dentro de las
circunstancias normativas ac-
tuales.
Profesionalmente, que es nues-
tro ms indicado campo de
acc 1 n, establecemos, aunque
algunos piensen lo contrario,
que la interdependencia y la
interaccin que regulan el sis-
tema y el proceso educativo,
global e Integralmente enten-
didos, se afectan profundamen-
te con reorganizaciones mal en-
dilgadas, sin respaldo cientfico
y ajenas a nuestra realidad na-
cional.
Actualmente hay en las nue-
ve Provincias Escolares cin-
cuenta funcionarlos, Inspecto-
res y Supervisores, y con la I
nueva organizacin quedaran
nicamente cuarenta. De hecho
se eliminan diez unidades pa-
ra atender las funciones edu-
cativas cada vez ms exigen-
tes en todos sus aspectos. Aho-
ra hay 34 Supervisores encar-
gados de la labor especializa-
da de supervisin, y se preten-
de que cuarenta funcionarios,
un inspector Provincial y un
Auxiliar en cada Provincia, a
excepcin de Panam, con atri-
buciones mixtas, realicen la o-
bra de orientacin docente que
reclama la mxima funcin del
Estado y de la Patria: la Edu-
cacin.
Cuando la situacin fiscal o-
uilg la eliminacin de 4 servi-
dores en las Inspecciones cl
pals, los Inspectores ofrecimos,
y asi se est haciendo, sos-
tenerlos con parte de nuestro
sueldo en gesto que habla cm
claridad meridiana de la acti-
tud que nos guia.
Cuando nos reunimos este
ano en Seminario en la Escue-
la Normal "Juan Demstcues
Arosemena" para mejorar el
bagaje profesional y para dar
a la Escuela Primaria, haclu:-
o ingentes esfuerzos, un aw-
..ecto de programa ms a tono
con las exigencias de la actua-
lidad, el Ministerio, sordo a la
opinin autorizada de la .'an
mayora de los Inspectores y
menospreciando la obra co.ee-
tiva de quienes tratamos Ce
iervlr lo mejor posible, prohija
el espectculo disociador e in-
justo de un Decreto Inoperan-
te y perjudicial a todas luce
Aceptamos en principio los Ministros representan gene-
ralmente poslcione polticas, y
el de educacin, por desgracia,
.10 escapa a esta modalidad.
Pero los funcionarios subalter-
nos en las Direcciones de Pri-
maria, Secundaria y Qencn.1,
ce las Inspecciones, asi como
os profesores y maestros teni-
nos la obligacin de proceder
ion criterio eminentemente -pro-
fesional, y no le hacen ningr.
favor a la educacin, los cjue
se cruzan de brazos para uw-
'ar hacer y mucho menos los
^ue colaboran en propsitos a'
mal encaminadas intenciones
No tratamos nosotros de de-
fender a determinados individuos
ni de aferramos a determinados
puestos con miras egostas y per-
sonales. Defendemos principios
en beneficio del Ramo para ga-
ranta de todos". Si en concepto
La vacunacin
la reaccin anterior es del tip
vaccinoide, es decir, que sube I
se disuelve rpidamente. Esta
no hace ningn dao a las per-1
sonas. i
En un experimento realizado
hoy se comprob que es mjl]
rpido en vez de argumentar, ir
a la linea. Las personas que
entraron al experimento queda-
ron muy satisfechas de la rapi- |
dez con que continu la vacu-
nacin.
"Algunas personal a veces se!
resisten a vacunarse aduciendo]
mil razones, que se ve que ea
temor a vacunarse. La vacuna/.]
clon no causa dao. El sistema]
de vacunar se basa en la per- i
cusin, es decir, a penas se to- |
ca la piel para que penetre el
lquido Inmunizante. No se a-
gujerea, ni rasgua en ninguna
lorma. Poi la salud de uno y de
los de.ms, nuestra poblacin de
la capital, una de las ms pro- ]
greslstas del mundo, debe au-1
mentar su cooperacin a la]
campaa de vacunacin que se !
har cada cinco aos," se nos
dijo.
Desean abaratar
Asociacin de Farmacuticos f'
algunos de sus miembros, repre-
sentantes de las principales far-
maclas del pas y los visitado-
res mdicos del ramo de farma- ;
cia en este pas. Haba al rede-
dor de 20 a 25 personas.
La reunin que fu promovida
por el Director de Salud pblica
Dr. Roberto Sandoval, despus I
de haber estado por varias se-
manas haciendo un estudio de
la situacin del costo de la me-
dicina, no nicamente para el
pblico, sino para los hospita-
les del Estado.
En la reunin se discutieron
del Ministerio hay funcionarlos varios aspectos del problema d
que no se ajustan a las normas; la medicina y se esboz un plan,
de trabajo y de conducta que le reglamento y organizacin del
corresponden, la misma Ley que
garantiza la estabilidad, estable-
expendlo de medicina, en tal
forma que se uniforme su cos'O
ce la forma decente y honesta y se rinda ms beneficios al pu-
de proceder con lealtad a los al- j bllco y al Gobierno le resulte
tos intereses de la educacin. | ms barato. Al mismo tiempo
SX^," hIW^c??"" se consider la implantacin de
ceptos, queremos dejar constan-
cia de que nuestra actitud es y
ser tan decidida y tan resuelta
una frmula por la cual los
vendedores y comerciantes ten-
T0D0S APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
I
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Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TR0PIDURA
Atencin esmerada
oor expertos en pintora
roo EN PINTURAS
PINTURAS PARA LO'S
TRPICOS!
^O lTlracta.ii to ?n?ramay0rfaCllldf,deS V PUedBn '
exijan, en defensa ,de los inte-: crJr m.2s rpidamente sus
react de la educado nnacional, cu,entas al estado
para que imperen, en el Ramo, la! La reunion culmin con la
honestidad, la justicia y la de-' eacion de una Comisin Mix-
cehcla. ra. Que incluye representantes
Ovidio A. de Len S., Mo- de todos los grupos que se reu*
desto Sols G., Jos. M. Ro-' nlr aparte durante esta sema'
drguez P., Olga Moreno G., Fe- ] na f rendir un plan a la Di-
derico Zentner Jr., Julio E. Ver- reccin de Salud Pblica sobra
gara, Robustiano Vergara, Ro- ] la forma de realizar y llevar
dolfo A. Moreno, Aleja ndro; a la realidad el abaratamiento
Henrique?, Desmond By am. A- de la medicina en nuestro pai*.
polonio Acosta, Jos C. Mel, ------------------------,--------------
Arturo Del valle N., Jos I. de | Ij0S menores d edad
Len, Efrain Caries, Marceli- v oMc on "! " V1 ,nM
no Giros t O Pedro Avala l 8 5 en 1948- IueS nasta 195
SosQRa G d rrancS. i Soo 'wTn jiecentf!nd0 COtt
J. Pinzn. Eligi Salas G., Ma-1 60?'._703. ^ respectivamente,-
ximino Ballesteros D.,
Los atropellos predominan er*
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HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVQS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Falleci esta
manecer hoy a media asta en
toda la Repblica en seal de
duelo.
El cadver fue trado esta
maana a la Iglesia Metropo-
litana, donde permanecer en
capilla ardiente hasta las cua-
tro de la tarde, hora del se-
pelio.
Las cintas del fretro sern
llevadas por las siguientes per-
sonas: don Jos C. de Obaldia.
Ministro de Gobierno y Justi-
cia; doctor Erasmo de la Guar-
dia, Presidente de la Corte Su-
prema de Justicia; H. D. Csar
A. Guillen. Presidente de la A-
samblea Nacional; S. E. Eduar-
do Murillo Zafa, vie,e-Decano
CpmlV Itre los 5 ^ 14 aos", es'decr. Tos
Gulllerrno'T & -fit >_? ' __J^% "if ^
Montenegro, Miguel A. Trujillo. P"\i,PewepdnUIC*cl*n del nl, c0,l7
Eduardo A. Reyes. Ddimo Es- rr0amoa"'dreBntI50sp Tramito. 8s
earln. Manuel S. Alvarez, Eli- ?m ^ .S^^r5 'B
na**** r i.s esenta-En-las edades entre*
40 y 80 parece que hubiera ma-
yor tendencia a cuidarse al cru-
zar las calles, etc.
Indudablemente estas cifras
sufrirn modificaciones en cuan
to se complete la obra de acera
de la ciudad y las afueras, qua.
facilite al nio y dems peato-
nes su movimiento de un puntt
a otro.
El descenso en todos los as-
pectos en los accidentes d
trnsito, revela nseria partici-
pacin de la Polica Nacional
en su disminucin.
Sin oposicin .
ucen a Pyongyang, capital da
Coiea del Norte. Sinembaifco,
ios restos del Cuarto Ejrcito
Chino y del Tercer Ejrcito noi-
coieano se estn atrincherando '
del cuerpo Diplomtico y Km- I a ]? lar?, de un fente de se-
o jema millas al norte del Par-
Las superfortalezas B-29 bom
baldearon las concentrado:^s
de tropas al norte del Pranlo
en un ataque nocturno.
Los surcoreanos se encontia-
uan avanzando entre los ceno*
y valles al norte del Paralelo
sin encontrar resistencia. Cuan-
do las retaguardias comunistas
trataron de contener el avan-
ce aliado, una flota de destiur-
torea lo bombarde desde el
luir.
bajador de Mxico; Licenciado
Jos D. Soto, Gobernador de la
Provincia de Panam; H. D.
Guillermo Jurado Selles, en re-
presentacin de la familia del
extinto.
La Corte Suprema de Justi-
cia dict esta maana up a-
cuerdo lamentando la muerte
del ilustre extinto, recomen-
dando a la posteridad sus vir-
tudes 'cvicas como dignas de
imitarse. El Poder Judicial y
el Ministerio Pblico cerraron
sus puertas esta maana, lo
mismo hizo el Tribunal Con-
tencioso Administrativo, quien
dict resolucin deplorando la
desaparicin del Dr. Rosendo
Jurado.
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente dict tambin resolu-
cin en ese sentido lamentando
la desaparicin del doctor Ro-
sendo Jurado, padre del H. D.
Guillermo Jurado Selles.
EL PANAMA AMERICA pre-
senta expresiones de condolen-
cia a la familia del ilustre des-
aparecido y de manera espe-
cial a sus hijos, el H. D. Gui-
llermo Jurado Selles y a don
Rosendo Jurado Selles.
Inglaterra enva
de Irn tiene garantizada una
entrada que debe ser pagada
an si los britnicos tienen pr-
didas.
-Las huelgas, que son el re-
sultado de un nacionalismo fa-
ntico y las manipulaciones co-
munistas, hacen las negociacio-
nes ms difciles.
COMPRE
'ALTHAM
PRIMER RELOJ DE AMERICA
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo es-
tablecido en el Cdigo de Co-
mercio aviso al pblico que
por medio de la Escritura No.
410 de 27 de Febrero de 1961
extendida en la Notara Pri-
mera del Circuito de Panam.
he vendido al seor Manuel
Prez A. la Joyera "LA FI-
GURINA", situada en Calle
Herrera 127, Chitr.
Jess Gonile C.
Cd. 47-43163
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece el Articulo 777 del
Cdigo de Comercio, se avisa
al publico, que por medio de
la Escritura Pblica No. 1408
del 14 de Octubre de 1950 de
la Notara Segunda del Cir-
cuito de Panam, Azucarera
Nacional, S.A. ha comprado a
Sucesores de Jos Vrela B.,
S.A. el Ingenio "La Envidia"
situado en Pes. Provincia de
Herrera.
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
AZUCARERA NACIONAL. S.A.
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 establec*,
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



RCOLES, MARZO 28, 151
ANANA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!-
PAGINA SIETt
11 Panam-Amrica Juega Esta
whe El Decisivo Con La Hora
Los Entrometidos
en el comando del
lomeo de bolos
El encuentro ha
despertado un
norme inters
(Por Csar A. Pinion)
J La enconada pugna que vle-
len librando los equipos de solt
" de "El Panam-Amrica" y
_ Hora", encendida al rojo
r?e por la rivalidad de los con-
Jendores y los grandes Juegos
le han realizado, tendr esta
loche un eplogo de gloria, cuan
|:o se midan en el estadio de
[anta Rita, bajo las luces de
reflectores elctricos.
Es la pugna entre la Juventud
.' la madurez, entre los adoles-
lentes de La Hora y los fogua-
los hombres de El Panama Am
lca. Las dos escuadras princi-
pales estn que cortan del filo
Le tienen, aceitadas las gran-
ges bocas de fuego, llenos de
c-lvora los cartuchos.
_i sabe que por
El Panam-Am
rica comenzar
len el departa-
Imento de los
tiltos postales
el Invicto Victor
'Culebrn" Rulz
ly por La Hora,
[Toms 'Serle del
I Caribe" Cupas y
I estarn Tarzn
lAldrete y Luis
"Cabeza de Bo-
| la" Pinto. Los
I grandes b a t es
I de El Panam
Amrica, "Bab
|Lala" Lawler,
"Caucho" Donado, "Macho
Arango y Ral Alvarado estn
Jllstos para destrozar la esfrica
1*1 Igual que los recios bateado-
lres de La Hora.
. Lanzar la primera bola la
I candidate a Reina, la bella se-
Inorlta Martha Spadafora y el
I Juego estar dedicado al Inge-
Inlero Norberto Navarro, buen
I amigo de los periodistas.
Otros jugadores de basket
son detenidos en los E. U.
colegio de la ciudad de Nueva York han sido ,d^nWo!J:"*":
doseles de haber sido sobornados para "arreglar" loa resultados
de tres partidos en que participaron. _ ,,,-win
Son ellos Irvdn Dambrot y Norman Mager, quienes fueron
miembro, del equipo campeen nacional el ^VS naZ.de S
Cohen, miembro del equipo campen nacional el ao pasado, y
en eate.___________________________________,
Albrook Field sorprendi al derrotar
ayer a los bfalos del Houston: 3-2
El Seleccionado de Albrook
Field sorprendi al vencer ayer
tarde a los Bfalos de Houston
ra darle el triunfo a su equi-
de la Liga de Texas por 3 ca-
rreras a 2 en el segundo parti-
do de la Serle que est soste-
niendo la noven*, de los Esta-
dos Unidos en la Zona del Ca-
nal.
Ambos conjuntos anotaron
ana carrera en el primer epi-
odlo- en el tercer acto los Bu-
ralos tomaron el comando con
otra carrera: el encuentro si-
mul dos a uno a favor de los
visitantes hasta el octavo to-
ning, cuando Chatham de los
aviadores, peg un cuadrangular
con un compaero en base pa-
Tanto el Houston como el
equipo de Albrook actuaron con
todo entusiasmo y realizaron
Jugadas sensacionales, y en to-
do momento lucharon por la
victoria. .
Bruno Pamblanco lanzo por
los aviadores y Al Papal por los
visitantes.
Con este resultado, la serie se
encuentra empatada con un
partido ganado por cada bando.
El Houston Juega esta tarde
con un Seleccionado de las fuer-
zas de la Zona del Canal, y
maana se despedirn con el
Juego frente al equipo de Al-
brook Field.
Por la supremaca del baseball de las
Ligas del Oeste jugarn el Domingo los
Seleccionados de Capira y Chorrera
Eduardo MacKewon
reta al billarista
colombiano Palacios
COLON, Marzo 28 (Por B
Quintero)El campen nacional
de Billar Eduardo MacKewon ha
manifestado sus deseos de me-
dirse con el formidable billarista
colombiano Armando Palacios
que se encuentra en la ciudad
capital y aprovecha las planas
deportivas de este diarlo para
retar formalmente al colombia-
no, para un Juego amistoso.
El billarista MacKewon agre-
g que est practicando a dia-
rlo para presentarse contra Ju-
gadoras que pasan por nuestro
pais y por tal motivo cree que
har un gran papel frente al
destacado Jugador de la Her-
mana Repblica de Colombia
que esta catalogado como uno
de los mejores de au patio.
Movimiento en
las Grandes Ligas
SAN PETERSBURG (UP)
Los reclutas Leo Orisante y Paul
Stuffel contuvieron a los Carde-
nales con seis lncoglbles para
brindar el triunfo a los Phillies
por 6 a 1 con diez lncoglbles y
ayuda de cuatro errores.
Resultados de
los partidos
I de exhibicin
SAN" PETERSBUROO, Marzo
jg (UP)Los Bravos anotaron
toco carreras en la dcima en-
trada gracias en parte al triple
de Bob Elliott, y sencillo de
Sari Torgeson, para derrotar a
los Cardenales por 8 a 3, El ini-
cial Isla Nippy Jones, Jug la
tercera base y empuj tres ca-
rreras de loa Cardenales con
doble y sencillo.
LAKELAND, Marzo 28 (UP)
Ted Williams bate cuatro sen-
cillos y el Jardinero recluta
Charley Maxwell, empuj tres
carreras con triple y dos senci-
llos, mientras los Medias Rojas
derrotaban a los Tigres por 5 a
1. Los Tigres sufrieron con esta
derrota su noveno revs en do-
ce partidos de exhibicin.
ORLANDO, Marzo 28 (UP)
El recluta cubano Julio Moreno
ocupo el montculo en la nove-
na entrada del partido, y per-
miti dos carreras por pase
gratis y un Jonrn del receptor
, gal Yvars, en el partido en que
los Gigantes derrotaron a loa Se-
nadores por 10 a 4. El inicia-
lista Monte Irvln tambin jon-
rone por los Gigantes y el. jar-
dinero Mike McCormlck, hizo
otro tanto por los Senadores. El
lanzador perdedor fu Sid Hud-
son, a quien los Gigantes anota-
Sn su cuatro carreras con 6
cogibles en seis entradas.
------------------
: CL0ArWa*ER, Marzo 28 (U.
t.) Ted Kluszewelski empujo
dos carreras en la- novena en-
trada con *u segundo triple del
rrtido para brindar la victoria
los Rojos sobre los Phillies,
nor 7 a 6. Ewell Blacwell lanz
M primeras seis entradas por
los Rojos permitiendo siete ln-
coglbles y cuatro pases gratis
pero fue el lanzador ganador
del partido por dejar la anota-
cin a 5 a 2 a su favor. Klusz-
weikl, tambin hate de senci-
llo mientras que Mike Goliat,
bateo 2 por los Phillies.
MIAMI, Marzo 28 (UP)Los
Dodgers derrotaron a los Atl-
ticos por 10 a 9 en 13 entradas
Icon Carl Abrams empujando la
caera de la victoria con doble-
te en la ltima entrada del par-
tido, pero perdieron los servi-
cios como por una semana de su
receptor estrella Roy Campane-
11a, al sufrir ste leve fractura
en el pulgar derecho. El recep-
tor Joe Tipton jonrone dos ve-
ees por los Atltlcos y Peewee
Roose bate un cuadrangular
por los Dodgers.
El prximo domingo se medi-
rn los seleccionados de Base-
ball de Capira y La Chorrera
por el ganador del torneo re-
lmpago de las Ligas del Oeste
En el pasado encuentro e
conjunto de Capira venci al
Seleccionado de San Carlos por
7 a 3 en el cuadro de los capl-
reos.
Los conjuntos de Chorrera y
Capira son los finalistas de la
Serie y se disputarn la victo-
ria final y el derecho a medir-
se con el Pinocho, campen de
la liga Provincial.______^^
El Juego entre Capira y Cho-
rrera se efectuar en el cua-
dro de los caplreos, segn
el sorteo realizado. Ambos se-
leccionados estn practicando a
todo tren para este importante
compromiso que ha levantado
enorme entusiasmo e Inters en
todo el circuito pelotero, y aun-
que los chorreranos estn fa-
voritos para salir airosos, se
espera que el choque resultar
reido, adems que no se des-
cuida el hecho de que los ca-
plreos pueden dar la gran sor-
presa. _______^^^^^
BRADENTON, (UP)Los Me-
dias Rojas anotaron seis carre-
ras en tres entradas estando Joe
Coleman en el montculo y ven-
cieron fcilmente a los Atltlcos
por 9 a 3.
Per Tere D. de Burrell
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
'Torneo de Bolos"
PG. PP. PJ.!
Mlke................. 28;
Entrometidos ........... 17 11 28
Selecta .............M W 24
Martina.............J JJ 28
Pinocho .................. U 12 24
C. Vieja ..............1* 1* 28
Tropical .............. 18 28
Balboa.................. * 281
Siguiendo el calendarlo esta-
blecido se encontraron frente a
frente Entrometidos y Balboa
Express, saliendo los primeros
por la amplia puerta de la vic-
toria al ganarle a sus contra-
rios tres a uno. Balboa Express
reciba 150 puntos por tres l-
neas de Juego como Handicap
y perdi haciendo 2367 contra
2494. Tres Entrometidos marca-
ron serle altas, correspondin-
doles a Too Damin 661, Pepe
Damin 505 y Enrique G. Burrell
600, tocndole a este ltimo Ju-
gador el honor de haber tirado
el nico Juego alto de la noche
con un 204. Por el Balboa Ex-
press se distinguieron Nito Stagg
con 489 y Carlos (Pipo) Sosa con
482.
A continuacin el cuadro de
anotaciones individuales:
ENTROMETIDOS
J. Palm 147 147 147 441
T. Burrell 167 162 158 487
E. Burrell 204 160 136 500
Too Damin 194 175 192 561
P. Damin 168 177 170 505
870 821 803 2494
BALBOA EXPRESS
E. Stagg 166 160 143 469
T. de Diego 196 134 118 448
E. Mndez 110 160 186 405
Dr. Cucaln 142 169 122 433
Los Colonenses Empataron
La Serie De Base Amateur
Al Vencer Ayer Al Pinocho
ESTADO DE LA SERIE
S. P. PJe.
Pinocho (Panam) 1 1 -540
Mauricio (Coln) 1 1 *
Con ataque de 13 Imparables
bien coordinados, entre ellos 4
en 5 de O. Knowles, 2 en 4 de
D. Miller, y 3 en 5 de J. Casti-
llo, el equipo Mauricio, monar-
cas del Sector Atlntico venci
en 8 actos al lnocho, Campeo-
nes de la Capital por pizarra de
8-3. en el segundo Juego de la
Serle.
Con el triunfo de los colonen-
ses queda empatada la Serie,
siendo necesario otro partido
para decidir el ganador.
Loa. colonenses se presentaron
con sed de sangre, para vengar
la derrota anterior de manos
de sus contrarios en el Estadio
Olimpico; y gozando las delicias
Por S. H. IVAI.DI J.
encontrando dos contrarios em
basados sin outs, con sus envos
realiz los 3 outs del acto.
de su propio terreno, aprovecha-\ 'Los narizones anotaron sus 2
ron sencillos de J. Carrillo y1'
G. Knowles yp ecado de E. Oso-
rio para pisar el home en dos
ocasiones en el primer acto. En
el tercer acto con pecado de
Cumberbatch al hacer lanza-
miento malo a la Inicial, 2 visas
gratis, sumado a un sencillo
de Knowles les vali 2 carreras.
ltimas carreras en el 6o. los
del Mauricio una en el 6o. y 2
en el 7o. para un total de 8 ca-
rreras, ligaron muy bien 5 ln-
coglbles de canillas.
Por su parte el veterano lan-
zador Izquierdo R. Bllllnslea la
escogencia sorpresiva de Zamo-
ra, no correspondi a la con-
En el 4o. los narizones logran I "anza en l depositada, y tuvo
anotar su primera carrera por! Que sr auxiliado por A. Ortega
lanzamiento defectuoso de R.! en *! 5o:. act- . ,_,__
Benett, doblete de E. Prez y vi- i El partido decisivo de la serle
S8 a M Cobos posiblemente se eefctue el Do-
En ei quinto los campeones' ffd^acfc"0 ^ '* *"
del Atlntico vinieron dlspues-, taal MaclonaI-
tos a todo anotaron 2 carreras
con 3 sencillos de canilla y pe-
cado de Bllllnslea, lograron re-
tirar de la caja a ste, entran-
do eu. su rescate Abel Ortega
Anotacin Condensada
Pinocho
Mauricio
C. H. E.
S 4
8 18 t
BUR y Hudson chocan hoy
en ei Softball comercial
El equipo Istmeo mejor
anoche puntuacin en la justa I
i Comercial al derrotar a la Cer-1
: vecera por pizarra de 9 a 8 en
1 un reido Juego. Con esta victo-1
ra se colocan los licoreros en (
: buen lugar con dos Juegos ga-
nados y tres perdidos.
Esta noche a las siete en pun-
; to comenzar el primer partido
del doble, cuando se enfrenten
los caseros del BUR con los
aguerridos muchachos del Hud-
son que dirige el dinmico Law-
rence.
Ambos conjuntos esperan es-
ta noche mejorar su puntuacin
y salir del ztano. Nos han in-
formado los directores de la Ll-,
' ga que para evitar que les Jue-
gos se prolonguen hasta muy
tarde cuando se presentan do-
bles, se ha decidido Iniciar el
primer partido a la siete en
punto. El segundo Juego, muy
esperado por la concurrencia, es
el que sostendrn los de La
Hora con loa de El Panam
Amrica, para decidir la serle
que estn sosteniendo.
Maana jueves se medirn los
puntero del Matas Cerrud con
los fuertes contendores del Con-
trol, en un partido en que los
msicos" arriesgarn el primer
lugar de la contunda y los Co-
mejenes buscarn alcanzar el
primer puesto.
La Liga se reunir maana
Jueves a las seis de la tarde en
el lugar de costumbre y e pi-
de puntual asistencia a loa Di-
rectores debido a la gran impor-
tancia de los asuntos que se
tratarn.
SAK PETER8BURGO (UP)
Los Cardenales Informaron que
no irn a Miami en la Primave-
ra de 1962 a Jugar partidos'de
exhibicin con los Dodgers de-
bido a segn dijo el dueo de
la novena Fred Saigh, a las pe-
queas utilidades en la taquilla
esta primavera. Seal el he-
cho de que en tres partidos con
Ids Phillies y los Dodger all
el pasado fin de semana solo pa-
garon entradas 12.606 fanticos.
LAKELAND, (UP)-Los Gi-
gantes anotaron dos carreras
con la ayuda de tres errores en
la novena entrada para vencer
por 5 carreras a 4 a los Tigres
que han perdido ocho de sus
once partidos. Lo Tigre tam-
bin perdieron los servicios del
antesallsta George Kell por cin-
co dias al ser pisado por el
inlclallsta de los Gigantes Monte
Irvln. El receptor cubano Rafael
Noble empuj la carrera del em-
pate en la novena entrada con
un sencillo como bateador emer-
gente y anot la del triunfo po-
co despus por errores de Vic
Wertz y Johnny Groth.
SAN BERNARDKfO, (UP)
Los Cachorros anotaron tres ca-
rreras en la novena Jprnada con
un Jonrn de Ransom Jackson,
sencillo de Dee Fondy y dobles
de Bob Borkowskl y Jack Cu-
slck para vencer a los Piratas
por cuatro carreras a 8.
Carlos Sosa 140 157 165 462
754 ~779 684 2217
Handicap 50 60 50 150
804 820 734 2367
El Havana Cubans
inicia serie de base
hoy en Venezuela
MARACAIBO. Marzo 28 (UP)
El equipo de baseball cuo.-
no "Havana Cubans" lleg a-
yer en avin para comenzar u-
ua serle de cinco partidos con
una seleccin de Maracalbo re-
oizada con algunos peloteros
de Caracas.
Napolen Reyes quien est dl-
rijlendo a Lo Habana Cubans
Ueclar a la Prensa Unida que
estos realizan una Jira de en-
trenamiento y reclutamiento de
nuevos Jugadores latinoameri-
cano a fin de reforzar el equi-
po para la prxima temporac.a
Uc la Liga Internacional de la
florida.
Dumbo Fernndez ex-jugaJor
del Habana Cubans, posible-
mente lance en el primer par-
tido de hoy por los venezola-
nos.
Hctor Rodrguez
fu firmado por
el Montreal ayer
VERO BEACH, Florida, Marzo
28 (UP)El equipo Montreal de
la Liga Internacional anunci
que ha firmado contrato con
Hctor Rodrguez, veterano an-
tesallsta del Club Almendares
de la Liga Invernal Cubana.
El pelotero cubano juien se
presentar Inmediatamente -al
campo de entrenamiento del
equipo finca de los Dodgers ba-
: te un promedio de .292 y fu el
campen de carreras empuadas
I de la Liga Cubana en la tempo-
rada pasada.
No ei segura la
pelea entre Ezzard
Charles y Maxim
PITTSBURGH, Marzo 28 (U.
p.)Jake Mlntz, manager del
campen mundial de los pesa-
dos, Ezzard Charles dijo que est
an muy distante de los empre-
sarios en cuanto a las condicio-
ne de una pelea entre Charles
y el campen mundial de los
semipesados Joey Maxim.
Deolar haber recibido ofertas
La Federacin De Bisbol
Resuelve Hoy Sobre El Lugar
Del VIH Campeonato Nal.
En la Importante reunin que
efectuar esta noche la Fede-
racin Nacional de Baseball A-
mateur, se sabr definitiva-
mente dnde se desarrollar el
VIII Campeonato Interprovin-
clal, anunciado para Inaugu-
rarse el fi de abril, o sea que
faltan apenas diez das.
Considerando el escaso tiem-
po que falta para la apertura
de tan magno evento depor-
tivo, la Federacin, tendr esta
noche que discutir y resolver
varios asuntos de verdadera
importancia, de lo contrario se
correr el .gran riesgo de sus-
pender por este ao esa com-
petencia, con lo cual se per-
judicarla enormemente esa ac-
tividad.
Otro de los asuntos de In-
ters y de estrecha relacin
con el mencionado campeona-
to, es la partida de B. 5.000 pa-
ra los gastos del torneo, y que
hasta la fecha no se sabe si
el Gobierno los dar como en
ao anteriores.
Se considera que los traba-
jos en Santiago de Veraguas
se encuentran muy atrasados,
y en ese caso tendr que de-
cidirse por Chltr como la ciu-
dad sede suplente.
A la reunin de esta noche
a las siete y media en el
saln de costumbre (altos del
5 *> 10 Centavos, local del Club
Deportivo Pacifico), se espe-
ra la puntual asistencia de to-
do los miembros federados y
comisionados, para resolver lo
importantes asunto pendien-
tes.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
de San Francisco- y Chicago y
que en Pittsburgh tambin est
interesado, pero que todava tje-
nen que austarse muchos deta-
lles de llegar a un acuerdo pa-
ra dicho encuentro.
Social Deportiva
DEPORTIVO IBRICO
Pide a todos los Jugadores del
equipo de ftbol la asistencia a
lap rctica de maana a las 4
de la tarde en el Estadio Olm-
pico, ya que se tomarn Impor-
tantes deslclones con respecto a
la reorganizacin del conjunto
para la prxima temporada.
Juegos de esta semana
Viernes, Darn vs Montesuma
SbadoCCC. v Fiduciario
Torneo Infantil De Ftbol
Se Inaugura El 31 En Barraza
El sbado se inaugurar el
Torneo Infantil de Ftbol de
Barraza que dirige el entusiasta
Temi Molina.
Comenzando a las 4 de la
tarde en el cuadro de Barraza.
Cuatro equipos se encuentran
inscrtlos, y son, Santander, cam-
pen; Independiente, Selecta y
Novatos.
El Juego de apertura correr
a cargo de los oncenos SAN-
TANDER e INDEPENDIENTE.
El seor Alcalde del Distrito,
Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, dona-
r y entregar el trofeo al De-
portivo Alemn, campen de la
pasada temporada. Tambin se
le entregara al Panam un
trofeo como el equipo m dis-
ciplinado donado por el orga-
nizador de la competencia, Te-
mstocles Molina. Adems se en-
tregar un diploma de recono-
cimiento al seor Santander Al-
varez, por su cooperacin a la
Liga.
El torneo presentar do Jue-
gos todos los sbados en la tar-
de.
El Santander lo auspicia el
seor Santander Alvarez: el In-
dependiente el H.D. Ing-. Nor-
berto Navarro; el Selecta es un
Club y Los Novatos estn tra-
tando de proporcionarse todo
ello mismos.
LOS ANGELES, (UP)Los
Yanquis se detuvieron ac de
regreso a su campo de entrena-
miento en Phoenix, Arizona pa-
ra vencer a la novena de la
Universidad de California por
15 a 1 con su recluta Mickey
Mantle empujando siete carre-
ra con dos Jonrones, un triple y
un sencillo. Johnny Hopp tam-
bin jonrone.
En el Softball Social
juegan boy Camellos
Esta Semana Se Conocern Los
4 Equipos Que Participarn En
La Serie Final De La Social
y Cerveceros
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
En su ltima reunin* los Di-,
rectores de la Liga Social de
Softball dieron a conocer los
partidos para el resto de la se-
mana y esta tarde chocan en(
Santa Rita CAMEL y CERVE-
CERA.
Maana se enfrentarn PI- [
NOCHO vs MAURICIO.
El viernes chocarn MADURI-
TO Vs ALEMN Jr.
El Domingo se medirn CER-
VECERA vs PINOCHO.
Estos son los encuentros pen-
dientes del Torneo y necesarios
para la clasificacin de los cua-
tros equipos quep articlparn en
la Serle Final por el ttulo de
Campen.
Hasta la fecha el ptica Sosa
es el nico conjunto que ya est
clasificado, y los Juegos se darn
por terminados tan pronto cla-
sifiquen los tres restantes.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jaeces de SANTA RITA.
Pre Kindergarten "Mercedes'
Ave. Mxico 7 Aaexo Telfono: 3-0545
Equipo y mtodo conforme a la ltima
teora de educacin pre-ecolar.
Se recibe slo un nmero limitado de nio y
dar preferencia a los quo ya han heoho olicitud de
admisin. Matrcula: lunes 2.
Mercedes Arrocha de Cornejo
Directora-Propietaria
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Social)
O. P. PJe.
O Sosa ................ li 1.0S
Camellos ............ 7 8 .773
Polica Nal. .......... 7 3 .7M
Alemn Jr........... 3 .6C7
Cervecera ........... 4 S .571
Mauricio ............ 5 4 .556
Madurito .............. S 5 .375
Pinocho ............2 6 .15
Chesterfield ....... 2 6 .250
O. Jlmnes ........... 2 S .200
Catedral ............... 1 t .111
Juego de Hoy
CAMELLOS vi CERVECERA
Jueg de Maana
MADURITO vs ALEMN Jr.
4.30 pm. Santa Rita
Resultado de Ayer
Alemn Jr. I*Mauricio 4
Per BETO TEJADA
En su etapa ms importante
se encuentra el torneo social de
Softball, y presenta hoy el jue-
go entre Camellos y Cervecera,
choque este en el cual el ltimo
se Juega una importante posi-
cin para su clasificacin y los
otros buscan el xito para cla-
sificar.
El partido de maana corre a
cargo Madurito y Alemn Jr.
Los Mejores Ejemplares De La
Clase B' Compiten Esta Semana
Por RDEME
Esta semana posiblemente no
participarn en el programa h-
pico, los campeones de la pista.!
No obstante tendremos varias
pruebas que deben resultar su-
mamente interesantes.
Entre los Inscritos en la clase
A" tenemos a Welsh Loch, Pi-
nar. Avenue Road y Royal Coup
El pupilo del Stud Cantagallo
no competir en esta carrera.
La mejor carrera de este fin
de semana sin lugar a dudas
ser la de la clase "B" en la
cual competirn Cherlberlbn,
Llnney Head, Rathllng Light,
Phoebus Apollo, Alto Alegre,
le proporcionan
las BATERAS
ATLAS
Newmlnster, Begonia y Dictador.
Este evento debe resultar su-
mamente Interesante, principal-
mente entre Dictador, Llnney
Head, Rathllng Light, Begonia,
Alto Alegre. La prueba ser so-
bre un tiro de 1.600 metsos.
En la clase "C" se enfrentan
Oaywood, Mr. Foot, Mariscallto,
Rechupete y Bolero. Esta carre-
ra ser sobre 1300 metros.
Otra carrera Interesante debe
ser la de la clase "D". Aqu rea-
parece el potro Main Boad, ade-
ms teenmos a Astoria, Canas-
tos Oolden Thlumph, Daiquiri y
Polvorazo.
Arranque rpido... gran reserva da
potencia... alto nivel de agua... envase fuer*
te... y larga vida. Esta son laa principalea
ventajas que le ofrecen las Bateras ATLAS*
Para mayor eficiencia, economa y seguri-
dad, compre una Batera ATLAS en su
Estacin de Servicio ESSO.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
DE WENT* El SU ESTACIOM DE -EtVICIO III0


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Un conjunto de estrellas...
un caudal de melodas... be-
llos paisajes de los soleados
campos de la Perla de las An-
tillas; un argumento de Inte-
rs permanente... ritmos y
cantares guajiros; la vida ale-
gre, imponderable, de La Ha-
bana: todo ello en la gil, gra-
ciosa y entretenidsima pelcu-
la "Rincn Criollo".
Vea listed esta superproduc-
cin cubana y deletese con la
msica y los bailes criollos: el
mambo y la rumba. Conozca un
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
ELDORADO
'I
MAANA
LA PELCULA DEL REPARTO
ESTELAR INSUPERABLE!
CORAZN
DE HIERA
^^ con -*'-
ANTONIO BADU
RITA MACEDO
LILIA PRADO
Antonio Bad v Rita Macedo
tantn lindsimas tenciones,
y c into kaa la curvilnea
J ' 7/ Si irresistible!
/
El. tena corazn de fiera...
Ella, se lo perdonaba todo
poique lo amaba apasiona-
damente.. pero los bailes
arrolladores de Lilia Prado
fueron la causa de su per-
dicin! .
EXTRAORDINARIA
FASCINANTE
NO LA PIERDA
Otr seleccin de Eldorado
ppXa su temporada popular
a 60 centavos!...
trozo de la vida cubana, con
sus mujeres de fuego, sus cim-
breantes palmeras y costum-
brismo autntico.
Los ms destacados elemen-
tos artsticos que actan en
Cuba, toman parte en esta pe-
lcula triunfal: Blanqulta A-
maro, Nstor Barbosa, Paco Al-
fonso, Jos Sanabria, Carlos
Pous. Asuncin del Paso, Jos
de San Antn, Zulema Casals,
Cndida Quintana, viejlto Brin-
guer; y en actuacin especial,
el clebre trio mexicano Los
Panchos, Fernando Albuerne,
Manolo Fernndez, Paquita de
Ronda y Juan Jos Martnez.
Ninguna otra pelcula ofrece,
como "Rincn Criollo", un pa-
norama meldico de Cuba, una
semblanza del alma criolla, con
su< dolores y alegra.
Usted pasar los momentos
ms divertidos de su vida con
Rincn Criollo", una pelcula
que es orgullo de la cinemato-
grafa cubana y que 'distribu-
ye mundialmente Co 1 u m b 1 a
Pictures.
"Rincn Criollo" dejar en
tea ta
QSUftjJ*
PRONTO!
Un Espectculo
Maravilloso, Increble!
Salvajes
PANAMA
HOY MIRCOLES
P.M.
3:00 Msica variada
3.15 Una Mujer Sin Importan-
ca. Dramatizacin.
3:3C El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Msica de saln
4:30 Peticiones
6.00 Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
8:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica exquisita
6:45 Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga.
1:15 El Caballero de Varona
Dramatizacin "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Donde el Rio Nace
Dramatizacin.
8:00 Selecciones populares
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Msica tpica
9:00 El Tiempo Cortesa de
la BBC.
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 El Cancionero Nocturnal
COLON
11:00 Buenas Noches
MARAA JUEVES
A.M.
6 00 Buenos Dias .
6:03 Despertador Musical
6.30 Noticiero
7:00 Melodas matinales
7:30 Melodas del Hawaii
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 La Voz de Hoy
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanas
9.00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Msica latinoamericana
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos oe rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
1:00 Noticiero deportivo '
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Ritmos variados
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Boleros favoritos
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones
"Corazn de Fiera" es la pelcula que
estrenar maana el Teatro Eldorado
LA MAXIMA ATRACCIN DE ESTE FIN DE SEMAN
.. DESDE MAANA!
TEATRO LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
y en el TEATRO
CECILIA
(En el Corazn de la Ciudad)
Toda la grandeza en drama, estrellas, accin
y emocin, que la pantalla puede recoger la
ver en el super-film
"RIO GRANDE"
con
JOHN WAYNE MAUREEN O'HARi
ATRAPADOS EN UNA MINA. Deborah Kerr, Richard Carl-
son y Stewart Granger se encuentran atrapados en una mis-
teriosa caverna, en uno de los electrizantes momentos de
"Las Minas del Rey Salomn", el drama lleno de aventuras
de la Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. la cual se exhibir en el Teatro
Bella Vista. La espectacular produccin fu filmada en Tec-
nicolor en Africa, en una expedicin que dur cinco meses 7
cubri 25,000 millas de territorio del Africa Ecuatorial.
"Corazn de Fiera", la pelcu-
la que presenta maana el tea-
tro Eldorado, tiene un reparto
estelar extraordinario: Antonio
Bad, el galn cantor de la
pantalla; Rita Macedo, la bell-
sima actriz y la curvilnea Li-
lla Prado. Tres artistas excep-
cionales protagonizan una his-
toria de amor y de traiciones
usted un recuerdo grato, hon-
do... Vea en esta pelcula rit-
mos y sonrisas desde el jueves
en el Teatro Variedades.
que cultivarn el espritu de
los espectadores.
'"Corazn de Fiera" es otra
de las acertadas selecciones de
Eldorado en su temporada po-
pular de estrenos a 50 centa-
vos y, conseguir, a no dudar-
lo, otro xito.
En "Corazn de Fiera", Anto-
nio Bad y Rita Macedo can-
tan lindsimas canciones, y Li-
lla Prado, con sus bailes Irre-
sistibles, provoca la desgracia
del protagonista, Antonio Bad.
No la pierdan. "Corazn de
Fiera" se estrena maana en
Eldorado.
Aire Acondicionado
MAANA
ESTRENO!
UNA PELCULA FILMADA EN CUBA, CON TODA
LA GRACIA, EL COLOR Y EL SABOR DE LA ISLA
MARAVILLOSA!
SALVADOR BEHAR Presenta
1
Dirigida por JOHN FORD (tres veces laureado)
con
Vctor McLaglen J. Carrol Naish Claude Jarman JrJ
Ben Johnson Harry Carey Jr. Chill Wills
El astro de "Iwo Juna" en otra obra magna de aventuras gloriosas
y espectculo de vibrante accin!...
7*.
<6H
\ BI."uiuAMABON.,tor de BARBOSA
Paquita We ONDA -Trio loi PANCHOS
i. 1. MARTINEZ CASADO
y MUCHAS eSTMllAS CUBANAS OE
PRIMERA MAGNITUD
Director. RAUL
DIST. por COLUMBIA PICT
MEDIN/
UIE!
MAANA
a las
9:00 P.M.
TEATRO .
PRESIDENTE
Presenta:
VEA! Millares de animales
salvajes, huyendo en lnfer-
nal estampida!..._________
TROPICAL
EXTRAORDINARIO PAQUETE DE SORPRESAS
DE LA ROGER!
"EL HIJO DE TRIGGER"
con ROY ROGERS^)Aj.E_EVANS__
- MAANA GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
f JAMES MASON
trae su genio a la historia
de amor ms emocionante
que haya embrujado dos
corazones!!!
M/lGAt'
hAHA"
" (AUUIN
mJSon LOCKWOOD
DENNIS PSICC BULCIE MUY MO0K MAMI0TT N[LN NATE
Pretuas* br *. J. Minney Directed by lernard tutearlas
Eitcutive Producer Muirles Ostrer
> U.nsborousti Picture An tifie lion Film Release
MUERTA ENAMORADA"
EL GRAN DEBUT
DE LA COMPAA CUBANA DE
COMEDIAS y VARIEDADES
JUAN.TO
BORRAS
Tomando parte las ms
destacadas figuras del
Teatro, Radio y Cine
Cubano
arenndose el divertido
Sanete Cubano de
FELIPE RIVERA
YO QUIERO UN HOMBRE
ADEMAS:
Reglo y Sensacional
acto de
VARIEDADES
Como slo puede verse en loa
grandes Teatros y Cabarets
de la Habana
ZENIA MARABAL
y CESAR ESTEBAN
Los novios del Tango
HORTENSIA LMAR
Notable Vedette
FELIPE RIVERA
El simptico gallego
LYDIA CAMPOS
Cancionera Tropical
EMILIO BARRIOS en su creacin del Chinito Chim-Ll
CARMELA RODRIGUEZ aplaudida actriz cmica
JUANITO BORRAS
El Rey del Ritmo Afro-Cubano.
Y como actuacin especial LOS REYES DEL MAMBO
MARTA Y CARLOS
(Cortesa del Caoaret "HAPPYLAND'-)
QSUMi^u
DESDE
MAANA
Uno de los dramas ms intensos y mejor realizados
sobr la lucha contra los traficantes de drogas!... El
sacrificio de un amor en aras del deber!...
NI LOS HOMBRES
NI LA CIENCIA
9DAN RESOLVER
^MISTERIO.?
una #<(/&
iirtrpid*
ftOE
> r'Undtreover Giri'l
.lexis SMITH Scott BRADY
RICHARD EGAN ROYAL DAM GLADYS GEORGE
in n ii
PRESENTAN
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BELLA VISTA |
Una emocionante historia del Oeatel
Ray MILLAND Hedy I.AMARR, n
"EL PLACER DE LA
VENGANZA"
' ____ En Tecnlcolarl
TEATRO LUX
La mi romntica comedia de
' la Pantalla!...
Greta
GARBO
- en -
"Ninosko"
(Nlnotchka)
- con -
Melvyn
DOUGLAS
In CLAIRE

Copla Nueva!
'
CENTRAL'
Humphrey BOGABT Ha LUPINO
"Su Ultimo Refugio"
_ m
La mejor pelcula de BulnnlT'_
TEATRO CECILIA
Subyugante drama de misterio J
apasionante Idilio)
"TU AMOR ME GUIA"
Con la tradicin de "Rebeca" y
Cumbres Borrascosa_______
VARIEDADES
A 1*. 5 y 8 30 Prn. WAHOO!
Premio de Oro B.VUMl
Ademas: Un Gran Doble 1
Olivia De Havllland, en
"LA HEREDERA"
Alan Ladd, en
nwnuts de Medianoche"
_ MASANAl
Una Pelcula Cubana 100%
"RINCN CRIOLLO",
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Un irn doble de accin I
John Wayne Anna Lee, en
"TIGRES VOLADORES"
. Ademas: -
John Wayne, en
"ROMANCE DE LOS
SIKTKMAKKS"
TEATRO TIVOLI
da de banco i
BIN.fi Gratia a las $ y
Ben Johnson, en ___
-CARAVANA DE VALIENTES
Vincent Clement, en
|>| MISADO A MATA1__
TEATRO IRIS
Doble Programa en Ingls!
Dick Powell, en
"ACORRALADO"
Robert Sterling, en
"SENDERO DE AMOR'
EN
EL
PRESIDENTE
COLOSAL doble PROGRAMA 1
Da Popular 6.S6 0.5
MARIA ANTOMETA PONS
(La Electrizante Rumbera)
- en -
"EL CICLN del CARIBE"
Ademas:
Emilio Tuero Carmen
Montejo. en
"CAMINO de los GATOS"_
TEATRO'CAriTOLIO
Colosal Doble Programa I
Yvonne de Cario George
Brent, en
"LA ESCLAVA"
(En Colorea) Ademas:
- Ademas: -
Abbott y Costello, en
"GENTE DE POSTN"
TEATRO EDISON
Un gran doble programa!
"ULTRAJE"
- Adems: -
"NACE UNA CANCIN"
CINE HISPANO
Richard Todd, en
"DESESPERACIN"
Vlveca Llndfors, en
"EL QUE NO VOLVI"
VICTORIA
FLASH GORDON EN
MARTE" (Cape. 4 y 5)
. Adem*'
UNA CHICA DE
CUIDADO"
TAZOS INVISIBLES1.
PACIFICO
Tim Holt, en
"SECUESTRO EN
LAS MINAS"
Gary Cooper, an
EL BUEN
SAMARITANO"
VISTERMOSA
Richard Widmarlr, en
"PNICO EN LA
CALLE"
Tyrone Power, en
EL PRINCIPE DE
LOS ZORROS"
ROOSEVELT
"LA PRINCESA DE
LOS URSINOS"
Adems: -
"EL MONJE
BLANCO"
APOLO
Mujeres a* asi VMV
1-A.eelae 4e Arrabal"
_ MARANAI
"LA POSESIN"
La Hila del Pastal"
IDEAL
NOCH DE BANCO I
Joan Fontaine, en
LECHO de ROSAS"
Dana Andrews, en
"EL DESTINO
MB CONDENA"
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