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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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AN INDEPENDENT^
Y WEWSPAPE*
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Allies Move Forward Along Entire Front;
Three Atom-Bomb Spies Guilty, Face Death
NEW YORK, Mar. 29 (UP) Two man and a woman
were found guilty by a jury today of stealing atom bomb
secrets on behalf of Russia. They face the death penalty
for spying in wartime. '' '
They are Julius Rosenberg, 32, his wife Ethel, 35, and
Norton Sobell, 35. .
Federal Judge Irving R. Kaufman instructed the jury
that though verdicts of guilty could result in a maximum
sentence of death they were to return only their findings,
and let him determine the ultimate sentence.___________
Each of tfce defendants plead-
ed innocent, and Rosenberg pro-
claimed his loyalty to the Unit-
ed States. His wife supported
Rosenbergs testimony. Sobell
was not called on to testify.
Judge Kaufman reminded the
Jury to disregard the Rosen-
bergs' refusal to answer ques-
tions about their Communist af-
filiation, noting that they were
on trial only on charges of es-
^lted States attorney Irving
Saypol called for a verdict of
guilty, charging that the defen-
dant stole "the most importa^
scientific secrets ever known W
man for use by the Russians.
Defense attorney Emmanuel
Bloch exhorted the Jury to free
the defendants "and show the
world that In the United States
a man can get a fair trial.
After six hours 40 minutes de-
liberation last night the jury
had decided two of the defen-
dants were guilty, but was split
11-1 on the guilt of the third.
Following a night's rest and a
further half-hour deliberation
they brought In their triple
guilty verdict this morning.
The Rosenbergs' attorney said
thev will appeal "to the highest
court of this land."
He charged the political at-
mosphere of the trial prevented
a fair hearing. ________
La Prensa Assets
Frozen; Pern
Will Be Hard'
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 29 (UP)
As the Joint Congressional
Committee "intervening into
and investigating" La Prensa
froze all La Prensa's assets and
closed down a third branch, at
Santa Fe. President Juan Peron
told a group of visiting Corrien-
tes province legislators about
politics.
One has to be soft in poli-
tics, but when one has to be
hard one must be very hard...
I must not tolerat the action of
anyone who tries to harm the
country... in that I am strict.
"Theretore when necessary I
am going to squeeze these peo-
ple who do harm to the coun-
try."
He told his visitors it was pre-
mature yet to say anything as
to whether he will run for elec-
tion again in 1952.
Navy Joins Search
For Missing Yacht
Crewed by 8 Girls
MIAMI, Fla., Mar. 29 (UP)
The Navy joined the search to-
day for eight pretty girls and
their male skipper missing
aboard the 40-foot schooner
Troplcalr in rough seas off the
lower Florida keys where only
"he-man" crews have dared sail
before.
Coast Guard and Navy planes
and boats have failed to turn up
a trace of the adventurous girls,
mostly models and dance Instruc-
tors.
The comely sea lassies, aged 17
to 21, left St. Petersburg Satur-
day on an Easter week end cruise
to Havana.
Their four-day supply of food
was believed running out and the
weather bureau hoisted small
craft storm warnings for winds
of more than 25 miles an hour
throughout the keys.
The schooner is equipped with
a diesel engine In addition to its
jails and with a radio. However,
no messages have been received
from the Troplcalr.
The Coast Guard pointed out
that moat "missing" boats final-
ly turn up In one of the 100 keys
and islands in the area.
However, It was "highly unu-
sual for the girls not to have ra-
dioed their families they were
safe."
US Casualties
In Korea 57,120;
9,602 Have Died
WASHINGTON. Mar. 28 (UP)
United States casualties In
the Korean War have reached
57.120. the Defense Department
said today.
This total Includes only those
whose next of kin have been
notified through last Friday. Ac-
tually the number Is higher,
since It takes one to three weeks
to notify next of.kin. v
Total deaths are listed at 9.602
(Army 7,888; Navy 86; Marine
Corps 1.474; Air Force 154).
Modernizing Program
Underway At Gorgas
A consolidated and moderniza-
tion program is now in progress
at Gorgas Hospital. It Includes
renovation and minor remodel-
ing of parts of the hospital and
relocation and regrouping of sev-
eral wards and services.
The consolidations have been
made possible because of a con-
tinuing decrease in the number
of patients since the peak war
years, according to Maj. General
George W. Rice, Health Bureau
Director.
The program started In Janu-
ary and the improvements and
transfers will continue over a pe-
riod of several months.
Major changes Include:
1. Establishment of a recovery
ward near the operating rooms
on the third floor of the Admin-
istration Building and installa-
tion of air conditioning In two
of the operating rooms.
2. Removal of all except tuber-
culosis patients from the Isola-
tion Building and establishment
of pediatrics and adult Isolation
wards on the third floor of Sec-
tion D, which is now being re-
novated after being vacated In
the move to the new Obstetrical
and Gynecological Building last
August.
3. Transfers of women's medic-
al wards to the first floor of the
Obtetrlcal and Gynecological
Building, a move which has al-
ready been completed. .. .;
4. Renovation of Section B,
which Is now vacant, except for
one ward; consolidation on- the
first floor of this section of den-
tal and out-patient surgery clin-
ics to be moved from the Admin-
istration Building, and out-pa-
tient pediatrics, skin, allergy and
cardlo-vascular clinics and the
blood bank to be moved from
Building 273; and transfer of
surgery wards to the second floor
of this section, In a more conven-
ient location near the operating
rooms in the Administration
Building.
5. Transfer of the Tlvoll Den-
tal Clinic from Section E to the
Ancn Medical Clinic and demo-
lition of all of Section Except
the Communicable Disease Clin-
ic.
The establishment of a recov-
ery ward for post-operative cases
which will fill a need that has
long been apparent at the hos-
pital. It will obviate the neces-
sity of moving patients, who may
be critically HI and under spec-
ial observation and treatment
Immediately after operations, to
the regular wards, some of which
are a considerable distance and
one or more floor levels apart
from the operating rooms.
The recovery ward, which will
have 12 beds, will be located on
the wing of the third floor oppo-
site the operating rooms, in space
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3)
Senators Argue
'Troops' Issue
As Vote Nears
WASHINGTON, Mar. 29 (UP)
In speeches prepared for Sen-
ate delivery today Senator
John W. Brlcker, R.. Ohio, and
denounced the "Troops for Eu-
rope" program as a hoax, while
Senator Lister Hill, D, Ala.,
said the opponents of the plan
are driving a hard bargain with
the friends of the United
States.
The debate over the Troops
for Europe resolutions is near-
lng the climax, with the vote
due on Monday.
Though sentiment seems in
favor of resolutions approving
the dispatch of four more Unit-
ed States divisions to General
Dwlght D. Elsenhower's Atlan-
tic Pact Army Senate leaders
think the vote will be close.
The basis of the issue is the
voice If any to be given
Congress In the case of more
troops having to be sent to Eu-
rope later.
Hill maintained the resolu-
tions calling for Congressional
approval before more troops are
sent would mean "parliament-
ary guerrilla fighting" for the
entire project.
"It puts the United States hi
the position of a grudging
partner. It deepens among our
friends abroad their doubt of
American constancy."
Brlcker said: "If Congress
concedes the power (of au-
thorizing the dispatch of more
troops) to the President as
Commander-ln-Chlef It Is but a
short step to executive direction
and control of all phases of
domestic policy."
DiSalle Predicts
New Control System
Will Lower Prices
WASHINGTON, Mar. 29 (UP)
The government imposed a
system of flexible price markups
on grocery items this morning to
curb profiteering and lower food
prices.
Price administrator Michael V.
DiSalle said the new regulations,
which replace the Jan. 25 gener-
al price freeze on the affected
Items, will result In some retail
price Increases. But he predicted
these will be outweighed by price
rollbacks. The regulations cover
items making up about 60 per
cent of the nation's food budgets.
The order affects some 10,000
grocery wholesalers and 560,000
retailers.
"This is our first big move In
the food field since the geoeral
price freeze order," DiSalle said.
"It affects a big chunk of food
Items on which American fami-
lies spend close to $20,000,000,000
a year."
Here Is how the regulations
work: Each wholesalers will
come under one of the four clas-
ses of business (1) retailer-
owned cooperative: (2) cash-
and-carry wholesaler; (3) ser-
vice wholesalers, who make no
extra charge for deliveries, and
(4) institutional wholesalers
whose sales are made to com-
mercial, Industrial or Indlstu-
tlonal users.
Every wholesalers, by April 28,
must give written notice to his
district OP8 office of the class
under which he is operating.
Retailers also are grouped in
four classes based on their
gross 1950 sales. They Include:
group 1 independents with a
gross of less than $75,000. Group
2 Independents with sales of
more than $75,000 but less than
$375,000; Group 3 chain stores
with a gross of less than $375.000:
Group 4 all stores with a gross
of more than $375,000.
No later than each Monday
after April 30, the retailer must
r.evise his ceilings based on fluc-
tuations in the wholesale cost of
the food he sells.
REBEKAH LODGE An architect's sketch sho
will be erected on Balboa Road for Isthmian
building, which will face La Boca Road, is bel
Mrs. Charles Clemens Joseph Win. Mr. Wirz
Isthmian Canal Commission he arrived In
both he and his wife were members of the Re
he wlUed $50,000 to the organization for the co
The breaking-ground ceremony will be held on
Fellow invited to attend. The building wag de
ed by Constructora Martini, S.A. of Panama C
ws the facade of the proposed Lodge Hall which
Canal Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I.O.O.F. The new
ng erected as a memorial to the late Mr. and
was one of the first Americans to work for the
the Canal Zone in 1904. During his lifetime,
bekah Lodge and upon his death. In Oct., 1947,
nstruction of a permanent home and lodge hall.
Saturday at 9 a.m. with all Rebekah and Odd
signed by S. Martin Ives and will be construct-
ity.
Clubhouse Steward Identifies
Assailant in Robbery trial
"That is the man; there he is
right there," Paraso Clubhouse
steward Everett Drew declared
this morning, pointing his tip-
less right index finger at 25-
year-old Goldbourne C. Gittens
In the defendant's chair at the
Ancon District Court.
Drew was the second of three
witnesses who took the stand
during the morning for the trial
of Gittens on a charge of at-
tempted armed robbery of tho
clubhouse last Feb. 9. Six other
government witnesses and six de-
fense witnesses still had to testi-
fy-
Several of the government wit-
nesses will be police officers who
followed bloodhounds on a hunt
for the Paraso Clubhouse rob-
bers that night. Their testimony
will be the first of this sort ever
Introduced in a local court.
One of the defense witnesses s
to be Basil Headjey, co-defend-
ant with Gittens on the attempt-
ed robbery charge. Headley was
sentenced Mar. 6 to 14 years in
Gamboa when he pleaded guilty
to the robbery attempt. During
the Feb. 19 preliminary hearing,
Headley had declared that Git-
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Reds Will Discuss
German Arms, Other
Tension Factors
PARIS, Mar. 29 (UP). The
West has asked for more time
to study Russia's bombshell pro-
posal which many Western di-
plomats believe may finally
break the East-West deadlock
at the Foreign Ministers de-
puties conference here.
The Russians yesterday agreed
for the first time in three weeks
that German disarmament could
be discussed as just one of
many causes of the present
European tension.
Hitherto they had been adam-
ant that German disarmament
should be taken by itself as the
No. 1 subject at the Foreign
Ministers conference for which
the deputies are drafting an
agenda.
Soviet delegate Andrei A.
Gromyko readily agreed when
the West asked for a 24 hour
postponement of the meeting
scheduled for today, so they
could consider his proposal.
He introduced it with start-
ling suddenness last night to-
wards-the end of the 19th ses-
sion the deputies have had.
Gromyko's new compromise
also calls for:
1) Discussion of the reduc-
tion of the armed forced of
the Big Four;
2) The establishment of in-
ternational control over the im-
plementation of a reduction of
these armed forcea, ,_______
tens was not one of the three
hooded men who entered the
clubhouse 10 days before. During
the same hearing, Headley refus-
ed flatly, in the face of repeated
questioning, to Identify his com-
panions.
Before a capacity crowd which
had started to arrive before 7:30
a.m. and which had taken every
available seat long before the
trial opened, Gittens went on
trial about 9:20 a.m. He was re-
US Army Tourist
Bus Hit By Shot
In Soviet Berlin
BERLIN, Mar. 29 (UP). A
convoy of five U.S. Army sight-
seeing buses flMed with American
adults and 12 children was fired
upon as It left the Soviet sector
of East Berlin today. No one was
Injured.
The shooting occurred early
this afternoon as the buses came
down Lelpzlger Strasse in the
Soviet sector Into Potsdamer
Platz, Junction point of the So-
viet. American and British sec-
tors.
The shooting was done by the
east German peoples police. The
police fired a volley at the buses,
hitting one and smashing the
windshield of another.
Maj. Gen. Lemuel A. Mathew-
son, United States commander
In Berlin, has announced that
despite the shooting the next
sightseeing tour will run Satur-
day as scheduled. The British
will also run their scheduled
tour.
Meanwhile Mathewson and his
British counterpart. Maj. Gen.
G. K. Bourne, made a strong,
personal, off the cuff protest to-
day to Sergei Dengln. represen-
tative of the Soviet Control
Commission in Berlin. The Rus-
sian promised Mathewson "a
complete investigation."
The Communist police have
approved Saturday sightseeing
tours of East Berlin and a re-
gular Sunday tour to nearby
Potsdam, in the Russian zone.
GIVE!
Last year 900 nurses were
provided by the Red Cross to
serve In 80 disasters, in re-
fugee shelters, In emergency
medical station, in blood cen-
ters. In hospitals and clinics.
In the worst polio epidemic In
the nation's history, the Red
Cross made a record number
of 2.330 nurse assignments in
37 states and the District of
Colombia.
Do your part In supporting
this Red Cross service by con-
tributing to the 1951 Fund
Campaign, ^_^
presented by public defender W.
J. Sheridan, Jr., with Assistant
District Attorney R. K. Hazard
conducting the case for the gov-
ernment. Two police officers at
the courtroom doors kept the
overflow of the crowd away from
the trial room.
The first witness was Club-
house manager E. R. Robertson,
who described how the three
hooded men entered his office
while he was counting the day's
receipts. He told the court that
he Jumped to his feet, asked "Is
this a raid?" and then was as-
saulted by the trio. He saw Drew
unmask one of the men, but did
not see that man's face. The
third man ran. He Identified the
blue and white mask, the boxer's
leather head guard and a pair of
white gloves as similar to those
the robbers wore. Robertson,
whose arm was slashed and his
shoulder dislocated, still had the
arm in a sling.
Next witness was Drew, whose
finger was mutilated by a Blast
of the gun carried by Headley.
He had pulled the mask from
Gittens' face, he said, before ne
went to the aid of Robertson.
Under stiff cross-examination, in
which voices were raised to a
heated pitch. Drew declared that
he was "putting up a struggle for
my life; color (of the masks) was
Incidental."
The third witness was Samuel
N. Brown, who collided with one
of the fleeing men as he went to
the aid of Robertson and Drew.
He declared that h heard Drew
Identify Headley, when he un-
masked him and say later that
one of the other men was Gittens.
Reds Fall Back
Before Attacks
By UN Troops
TOKYO, Mar. 29 (UP) Stubbornly resisting Chin-
ese felt back today before an Allied squeeze play to the
line from which they launched their New Year's Ere in-
vasion of South Korea.
American troops on the Western front captured a
Red held hill with a spectacular tank plunge. Stalled Yanks
sent a double barrelled tank assault round both sides of
the hill to rake the Reds with fire from the sides while
the infantry climbed the slope.
United Nations forces all along the Western front
moved slowly forward through snow, sleet and rain.
France Has Thews,
Sinews, Courage
To ResistAuriol
WASHINGTON, Mar. 29. (UP)
French President Vincent Au-
riol told the National Press Club
today that France has the "thews
.. .sinews, .and courage" to fight
aggression anywhere In the
world.
He said France strongly re-
sents accusations which charac-
terize her as without the will to
defend herself against aggress-
ion.
He said France has spent $2,-
450,000,000 resisting Communist
aggression In Indochina, and has
lost 28,000 officers and troops
there since 1945.
Today Prance is devoting one
third of her national budget to
defense.
He took pains to point out that
recurring French cabinet trou-
bles should not be mistaken for
poliltcal weakness. Regardless of
changes In leadership, France
has had only two Foreign Minis-
ters Robert Schuman and
Georges Bldault in six years
Foreign Minister Schuman,
here with Auriol. is reported to
be seeking a meeting with Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson to
press -for French representation
at future Mediterranean defense
talks.
He may ask that a French ad-
miral be appointed to the com-
bined Mediterranean command.
More Iranian Troops
Sent io Oilfields
To Maintain Order
TEHERAN. Mar. 29 (UP)An-
other company of Iranian troops
has reportedly arrived In the
strike bound oilfields of south-
west Iran.
No details of the strike, which
began last week, have reached
Iran, but it is known Britain
has asked Iran to ensure the
safety of Britons working In the
Anglo Iranian Oil Company's
fields.
The British frigates Flamingo
and Wild Goose and a Royal
Navy survey ship have arrived
at Abadan. the big Iranian oil
port. The cmlser HMS Oambia
Is on Its wav there from Malta.
Police in Teheran said more
members of the fanatical Fldai-
yan Islam sect have been arrest-
ed. At least 30 members of this
organization, which is respon-
sible for the assassination of
two Government ministers this
month, are now held, .
Communist opposition Is stiff-
ening as the 8th Army drives
closer to the 38th parallel. There
are indications the Reds might
attempt to make a determined
stand along the ridge Une JusO
south of the parallel.
Chinese who crawled within
grenade throwing distance un-
der cover of darkness drove Un-
ited States troops off a hill 11
miles northeast of Seoul. The
Americans recaptured the hill
In an unopposed dawn counter-
attack.
A naval task force has para-
lyzed the strategic east coast
North Korean port of Wonsan
with a terrifying bombardment
of 41 straight days and nights.
Probably the longest sustain-
ed naval or air bombardment o
a city In history, It is still go-
ing on.
united States Rear Admiral
Allan E. Smith said: "We fjre
day and night at regular inter-
vals to keep the enemy sold on
the Idea that it Is not a good
thing to pass through that
arta."
North Korean communication
bottlenecks were bombed by 25
Okinawa based Superfortresses
with 210 tons of high explo-
sives.
A single Superfortress fought
off ineffective attacks by Red
fighters as It delivered Its bomb
load on Korea's biggest frontier
bridge to Manchuria.
The Increased intensity of the
ground fighting Is reflected in
mounting Communist casualties.
Yesterday an estimated 1,670
Reds were killed, and 75 taken
prisoner.
This stiffening resistance on
the Western Front coincides
with Radio Pelping's rejection
of General Douglas MacArthur's
offer to discuss a truce with the
Chinese commander on the bat-
tlefield.
land Divided' Is Old Stuff
On Isthmus, Bonedigger Says
Thousands of years ago the
lands Of the two Americas were
divided by water, even as they
are today. But in early ages the
sea passage was much broader.
Instead of the narrow, man-
dug channel for commerce and
defense known as the Panama
Canal, the waters bisecting North
from South America formed a
sizeable straittoo wide for ani-
mals to swim, or for small land-
birds to fly. So the fauna of each
continent evolved on Its own.
The species developed were often
quite different. .
And then, Just before the Pleis-
tocene Age. as members of the
Canal Zone Historical Society
were told last night by Dr.
Charles Lewis Gavin, paleontolo-
gist of the Smithsonian Institu-
tion, a geological change took
place which created the Isthmus
a land bridge over which ani-
mals and reptiles could cross.
The species met. Interbred and
preyed on each other. Thus. Dr.
Gazln speculated last night, what
Darwin called "the balance of
nature" was probably upset. And
thisalong with other factors
was a possible reason whv Pan-
ama's giant ground sloths be-
came extinct.
Making his second appearance
last night before the Historical
Society at the Gorgas Memorial
Laboratory in Panam, Dr. Ga-
zln reported on his 1950 and re-
cent excavations of the fossil re-
mains In the peninsula of Pana-
ma's central provinces.
Fossil remains of the giant
ground sloth, "megatherium."
had been known to exi't In Pan-
ama near Pese since 1915," Dr.
Gazln said.
"It was not," he added, "until
recently, due to the energetic ci-
tizens o Oc, and the kind of-
fices of Dr. Alejandro Mendel
(Director of the Panam Muse-
um), and the Interest of Canal
Zone friends, that the Emithao-
nian was Invited by the Panama-
nian government to investigate:
the discoveries."
Most of the remains found this
year as well as In 1950 were those
of the ground sloth. Enough were
found to assemble "representa-
tions" at the Panam Museum,
the National Museum in Wash-
ington, and perhaps elsewhere.
This work is in progress.
At La Coca, near Oc, the party
also found remains of the rhlno-
cerous-llke animal known as a
toxodon. At Pes were found
fragmentary evidence of a pre-
historic horse, and of capybara,
deer, glyptodont, giant armadillo
and turtle.
This year, at El Hatillo, near
Pes, bits of a mastodon, a pec-
cary, and an unidentified bird
were added to the representation
of the fauna.
Of the forms found, the giant
sloth, toxodon. glyptodont. giant
armadillo and capybara are
South American in origin. The
horse, deer, peccary and masto-
don were North American ani-
mals.
Only the capybara and smaller1
forms of the armadillo, the deer,
peccary and horse are species
still alive today. The fossil horse,
however, is a different species
from that re-introduce^ by tha
Spaniards.
Kodachromes of last year'I
field season were shown.


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The complete advance list fol-
lows:
Sergeant and Mrs. Henry Ba:-
bee and daughter; Mr .and Mis.
Seleni Btesh: Pfc. Joseph L.
Brock; Mrs. Floyd Buckley; Co!.
Stanley J. Carpenter; Cleo C.
Cayton; Robert J. Douglas; and
Mrs Angelene B. Engstran and
two children.
Mrs, Doris Fernandez; Dr. Leo
B. Freeman; Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Friend; Robert D. Guthrlc;
Mrs. James J. Kelly; Regina X.
Kelly; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kohns
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs, Al-
bert Landls; Mrs. Irene H. Mcii-
valne; Pfc Edward L. McNleve;
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C Nagy
and daughter; Michael H. New-
lin; Pfc Norman Penn; Ernest M.
Relnhold, Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. Oun-
ther Rowe and Mrs. Margaret O.
Rovals and daughter.
Roy L. Sanker; Cell Sllverman,
Bruce Slipper; Mr. and Mrs. Ha-
zel E. Whltcomb; and Mrs. Eliz-
abeth A. Wilkinson.
Braniff Report
Service to Sao Paulo. Brazil,
and Quito. Ecuador, will be pro-
vided as soon as airport condi-
tions permit, according to a 24-
page booklet issued by Branlff
and reporting its accomplish-
ments and future plans.
Branlff also expects to begin
servlct Into Bogota dependant on
negotiations for a bilateral treaty
Type of Dog
HORIZONTAL
1 Depicted type
of dog
7 It is a breed
of-----
13 Ratified
14 Oxidised
15 Doctrine
10 Fortification
18 Female sheep
19 Renovated
21 New Guinea
port
21 Japanese
outcast
26 Forsaken
27 Burrowing
mammal
29 Egyptian
dancing girl
30 Ireland
31 Scoria
32 City in Nevada
33 Lake Chad
Negro
34 Angers
35 Father
36 Fox
37 Undergoes
t3 Nigerian town
46 Artist's frame
47 At this time
50 Meal
52 Kind o! creed
54 Cherrylike
color
58 Moisten
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2 Affirmative
3 Male sheep
4 Morindln dye
3 Simple
6 Paradise
7 Bird's crop
6 French
measure
9 Nova Scotia
(eb.)
10 Follower
11 Novel
12 Dutch city
17 From
19 Turncoat
20 Faults
21 Lounged
22 Spanish fleet
24 Bullfighter
25 Straightened
26 Final
28 Son of Seth
38 Promontory
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now being made between the U.8.
and Colombia.
Branlff has also applied to the
CAB for permission to extend :ts
international routes north from
Havana to Washington and New
York and south from Lima lo
Santiago, Chile. These have uotj
yet been scheduled for hearing.
Operating revenues for J950,
Hie report states. Increased $3
million to over $21 million, bur
the airways' operating expenses
were also up, the $19 million to-
tal 6.7 per cent over the previous
year.
Businessmen
Forty-four top echelon indus-
trialists, bankers and business-
men from Detroit are scheduled
to leave New York today, accord-
ing to Pan American Airways, o/>
a three and a half week tour a-
round South America.
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They are due here April 22. last
Stop'before returnirrfr-to the Uni-
ted SUtes *ia Miami.
The party is headed by Charlea
T. Fisher, Jr., president of the
National Bank of Detroit and Is
sponsored by the Detroit Board
of Commerce Air Borne Division.
400 Huks Pursued
By Filipino Troops
MANILA, Mar. 29 (UP) Some
1,000 Filipino troops today pur-
sued 400 Communist-led Huk-
balahap rebels who killed six ci-
vilians and caused $500,000 dam-
age In a raid on a mining com-
pound In the Zambales pro-
vince.
Ten of the raiders have been
killed In skirmishes.
In the four hour raid the Huks
looted homes, stores and ware-
houses and fired the homes of
mining officials.
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way that accidents always seem
to happen to a certain type of
person. The hand shown today is
unusual because one of the'op-
ponents found himself squeezed
In three suits, one of which was
the trump suit. To make It even
stranger, the squeeze occurred
on a card led by that poor op-
ponent's partner.
West opened the queen of dia-
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king To provide against a bad
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ly cashed his two top clubs be-
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would be good. If West discarded
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THURSDAY, MARCH M. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THRI
Army, Navy & Air Force News
Hams Run 24-Hour Field Day
On Joint Disaster Control
FORT OULICK,. Mare 29
Another link in the joint Army-
Navy-Alr Force Disaster Control
Program was forged recently at
Gatun when representatives of
the Armed Forces and civilian
ham operators (members of the
Crossroads Amateur Radio club
of the Atlantic Side and the
Canal Zone Amateur Radio Club
of the Pacific Side) met to hold
a 24-hour field day.
According to Richard F. Carle,
an official of the National Bu-
reau of Standards who is on
loan to the Army as a technical
New Books
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rkprfSFNTATIVES OF THE ARMED FORCES and civilian ham operators met at the Muni-
ot St.ndard,, and Lt. L W. Prince, SNR, look on. (Official Department of_Defense Photo)
Cadet Kinlz Named
'Best With Saber'
By 'The Pointer'
Cadet James R. Kintz. 23, son
of Col. Francis P. Klntz, Sur-
geon. U.S. Army Caribbean, was
one of the leaders in the U.S.
Military Academy's successful
fencing season this year, infor-
mation received from West
Point reveals.
He "spent his first two years
of intercollegiate competition on
the foil, switched horses In mid-
stream, and is currently the
best man flashing the saber,"
says "The Pointer," the aca-
demy's bi-weeklv publication.
Jim's interest in fencing dates
from his days at Ft. Union Mil-
itary Academy, where he became
adept enough to wind up as the
school's coach. He continued at
V. M. I. and finally at the Point,
where he went in 1947, after
having been discharged from
the Army following his appoint-
ment to the academy. He is in
his final year of study.
"The Standard Book of Fish-
ing," abridged from "The Fisher-
man's Encyclopedia," is one of
the new books placed In circula-
tion during the past week by Tim
Panama Canal Library.
It is a guide to every popular
kind of fishing, written in prac-
tical, step-by-step detail by more
than thirty of America's most fa-
mous writers and experts on fish-
ing, headed by, Ira GabrleUon,
Francesca LaMonte, John Alden
Knight. Lee Wulff and J. Charles
Davis II.
The volume includes hundreds
of drawings, photographs and
color plates illustrating what 10
do and how to do lt and how to
recognize each different kind of
fish.
Thecomplete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Free Public Libraries: The
Public library in the United
States.
Fishing: The standard book of
fishing.
Literature: The investigating
powers of Congress Johnsen;
Defense of western Europe
Daniels; Classics and commer-
cials Wilson.
History, Biography: Stevens
Thomson Mason, misunderstood
patriot Sagendorph: Little
Britches Moody; The Blu and
the Gray Commager.
Fiction: The .scarlet sword
ates; Candy fo rbreakfast
Davenport; Love me In death
Hitchens; Murder charge Mil-
ler; Mr. Tilley takes a walk
Ropes; The happy island Tei-
blet; Geordie Walker.
Books added to the Reference
Collection during the past week:
Index to the best plays: The
printed work of the Spanish in-
tellectuals in the America.;
Amo; The year book of the West
Indies and countries of the Ca-
ribbean.
Replacements: Appointment
with deathChristie; Fallen an
gelHolland; Argonaut Mor-
row: The cloister and the hearth
Charles Read; JeremyWal-
pole; Tropical forests of the Ca-
ribbean GillivWhile Rome burns
__Woollcott; Tne plays of Anton
TschekovGarnett; Brazil, .'and
of the futureZwelg; Lost In ihe
horse latitudesSmith; Itaiy
from withinMassock.
IMPROVE YOUR
PUBLIC SPEAKING!
Do you lack confidence
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 7:39 p.m.
$12. per course.
Private instruction also avail-
able at $150 per lessen.
Hours arranged.
Foreign accents also corrected.
Applv to Ida Mykland, Box
795. Balboa, or Tel. Bal. 6335
or Pan. 3-33G0.
observer, the purpose of the
field day-was a "...cooperative
effort toward the elimination of
communication difficulties in
the event of an emergency
Carle further stated that
",. .Tests were conducted to de-
termine the range, tranmisslon
characteristics, and power ne-
cessary to maintain communica-
tions into various district of
the continental United States,
possessions, territories, and leas-
ed lands... These tests will also
determine the feasibility of
operation of emergency equip-
ment in the field. All equipment
actually used in thu communica-
tions was powered by gasoline-
driven motor generators..."
This 24-hour field day was
held In the Municipal Shed in
Gatun through the courtesy and
with the cooperation of the Pa-
nama Canal.
The next simulated emergency
communications test will employ
the combined efforts of the Ar-
med Forces and the civilian ra-
dio amateurs and will be held
on the Atlantic Sido of the
Cadet Kintz lost his last
chance at the traditional "gold
star" awarded to all Pointers
who share in a defeat of Navy,
Isthmus sometime this comi#.-wl#n- the-Navy team, defeated
June. Army early this month. But
Mass Executions
In Chinese Cities
Increased By Reds
HON GKONO. Mar. 29. (UP.
Chinese Communists are accel-
erating mass public executions of
"counter revolutionary elements."
Several score are announced to
have died before firing squads In
Felping and Canton.
An official Communist dispatch
from Peiping said thousands of
people watched the executions
there on Easter Sunday.
The names of 26 "more serious
SCHOOLED BY 'PHONE
GROTON, Vt. (UP)Unable to
walk. 12-year-oid Dean Williams
attends school every day by tele-
phone. A two-way communica-
tions, system combining micro-
phones and loudspeakers links
tils home to the school room and
enables him to keep up with class
work.
offenders" were listed, but it is
j believed many more were shot.
I Most of the offenders appar-
I ently were former Nationalist ci-
I vll and military officials who
1 "refused to repent their past
crimes against the people."
(MR FfilTLKH
SILVER CENTER
PANAMA
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WORRIF.L F. REDWOOD, kneeling, warehouseman employed
at the Army's cold storage plant at Corozal, points out his
award winning suggestion to Paul Shatrosky, center, civllian-
in-charge of the plant, and to Colonel L. F. Kelly, right,
Quartermaster, United States Army Caribbean.
Redwood designed the steel loading platform which fits
into a slot on boxcar doors eliminating slippage when being
unloaded. The bright yellow stripe painted on the edge of
the narrow car plates used as runways is a visual safety pre-
caution. This suggestion won for Redwood a Department of
the Army Suggestion Award Certificate, and a check for
S10.06.
Others awarded certificates and cheeks for $10 that day
were Walter F. Kindt of the Armament Branch, I S.\lt( Alt MS
Ordnance Section, for his design and construction of a slip
clutch wrench for adjusting the new clutch and coupling on
120 MM guns and to Leborn Wilmot, employe of the Auto-
motive Supply Branch, Ordnance Section, for bis suggestion
that a measure be painted at the edge of the issue counter
and also on the floor of the checking area In Warehouse 400,
Corozal.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Three-Part Pageant
Plays Tonight
In Salem Mission
COLON. Mar. 29 "A Vobe
in the Garden" will be presented
at the Salem Mission Church 3rd
the West Point team's season
ended with four wins against
three losses, owing lit a large
measure to his saber supremacy.
3treet and Central Ave., at 7:30
p.m today. The musical
background will be given by the
Salem Mission combined choir.
The cast is composed of Miss
Mary Brathwaite. Claudius Aus-
tin and Miss Joyce Greenland, in
the "Garden of Joseph," Emilia
Hardin, Carmen Clarke, Robert
Messiah and Viola Carter, in a
A Child's Garden," and Charles
Payne, Adriana Austin, Sylves'er
Parris and Miss Viola Carter in
the "Garden of Life."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY. MARCH M, 1W1
Houston Buffs Trounce All- Service Stars 10-5
MIAMI BEACHPutting one Uttle word after another and
whatever became of Nature Boy? The Hialeah set likes Bii
Siretch in the Derby. Down here the Easter bunny is regarded
as a fugitive from the dog tracks. Florida carpenters will miss
Mike Goliat when the Phillies break cam. The young clean-up
hitter has spent the spring breaking down fences. Pete DmJ?!:
dins, double Olympic champ who teaches here has made a Bid
for the new Jones Beach Aquaade. A daughter of Bob FIU-
slmmons Jr., enchanting blonde, is one of his pupils. Such
",CeTher old fighter's son, incidentally, is a semi-invalid, pinning
recovery hopes on the marvelous sun.
Don Forman, former NYU star, latest to be brushed by the
Carden basketball scandal, was a popular fiRure In beach circles
here until threj weeks ago wiien he suddenly disappeared. It may
be that 1 had something lo do with this since 1 began making
Inquiries about him the day 1 arrived. Intending lo check certain
lniormation which had come to my attention. The Information
dio. not concern him directly but would, If corroborated, have
Implemented the D.A.s charge that the Garden atmosphere is
-unhealthy'' for college baskeiball.
I'm wondering how much co-operation the DA. s office re-
ceived from promoter Ned Irish in this particular phase of the
scandal. Irish has been familiar with Forman s unhappy ex-
perience-why he left NYU abruptly, how gangsters threatened
him etcall along. It would be encouraging to learn that this
Btr.tleman, who casually dismissed broad hints of corruption as
^newspaper exaggerations," has finally decided to help clean up
the stinking mess he created.
You!ll love this. Grailano s managers, with a 1
bon;
tacular.
v.sions of a $400,0110 outdoor New York crowd dancing before
their eves. But now Grasiano Just doesn't want to fight. Farti-
tularly'he doesn t want to fight Robinson. All of a sudden the
whole drearv business has become distasteful. Says he want to
kettle down and be a "somebody." But Grailano managers are
forceful gents and the thought of losing out on a lush gate can
scarcely add to their mental oomposure. An interesting situation.
Steve O'Neill tells me the Red Sox hope to get some pitching
out of Paul Hinrlchs. the deposed Yankee bonus baby, this year.
"There's nothing wrong with his arm," the manager insists, and
I certainly intend to carry him." Last year the right-hander was
.only 6 and 5 with Kansas City and his earned run average 5.53.
was unprepossessing. The Frank 8. Leavitt who is so ill in an
AUama hospital, will be readily recognized by wrestling addicts
;*s Man Mountain Dean. Last time I saw him he was on the
Miami police force and I seem to remember he told me he was
Jborn in the Times Square sector
It roust have come as a painful wrench to Frank Erickson
when Jim Carroll, the St. Louis bookie, denied any social relations
with him. Somehow It was comforting to learn that the young-
sat of the heirs, aged C going on 7, remained faithful to Captain
Video throughout CosteUo's TV triumph. When Stan Musia!, pre-
senlinc uriies, was introduced at the Sea Gull pool show, the
announcer (where has he been all his life?) asked who he was
and what did he do? The four-time batting champ smiled: I m
a ballplayer. Irony in Juxtaposition: Sunday i
onanza' In prospect, got him started o/f down here with a spec-
lacular, if theatrical, kayo over one Reuben Jones as Jim Ihorris
uid Al Weill, 1BC masterminds sat at the ringside and beamed,
Red Sox Spring Fever Strikes Again,
But Evans, Immune, Stays With Yanks
, -....... - ------------------------------. ...-. "
Bv GEORGE BUGBEE
NEA" Special Correspondent
SARASOTA, Fla.. Mar. 29
(NEAiNow is the time for all
Eood pennant prophets to come
o their senset, Billy Evans ur-
gently suggests.
The general manager of the
Tigers urges them tp swear off
the Red Sox before they become
hopelessly addicted to the habit.
"I see no reason." says wise old
BUlv Evan, with cold logic, "why
a team which has failed so often
should succeed now.
"The Red Sox have essentially
the same key men."
Evans Will take the Yankees.
"They," he points out. "are the
champs, and, as such, have the
champs' psychology.
"They are stacked with-good
players and reserves.
"I believe they'll repeatwin
their third straight flag."
If the New York Americans slip,
Evans feels that it will be the De-
troit club, not the Boston, which
will step into the breach. In this,
he could be slightly prejudiced.
Symptom of the virulent Bo-
sox form of spring fever have
begun to break out, as usual, ag-
gravated this time bv the bub-
bling words of Steve O'Neill.
"All we got to do," ay Man-
ager O'Neill, and the smugness
of his tone Indicates the chore
will be easy, is to get off to a
better start than we have in past
springs. Bad starts cost us pen-
nants the last three years.
'Each of those years the team
showed that once the weather
gets hot It can really get up and
go.
'We figure to get off to a bet-
ter start because we have the
strongest bench the Red Sox ever
had.
"Imagine having Lou Boudreau
(who loves Fenway Park's left
field feficei around as a plnch-
hltter!
Little League
PACIFIC
Standings
Won lost fit.
Sears......4
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bage-'oned'eiiaries Dickens'" tender story of the Resurrection to-
gether with Pern' claim of the most deadly of all atomic bombs.
Whadyamean, civilisation?
This is the week Miami sees Althea Gibson in tennis action.
the first Negro player ever to appear in mixed competition in
itiieae P#tt.li|-ii Usted as representing Florida A&M Lets hope
'MacArtijiir does nothing rash. First thing you know hell
.our Gr thinking they are supposed to win To Junior tn<
1 thing that justifies study of arithmetic is the baseball average.
'From the testimony It would seem Bill O'Dwyer has qualified for
. the RFC varsitv. You're getting ancient when thoughts of for-
svthia back home takes your mind off one-piece cutes on the
brach. Overheard at Indian Creek: "The only thing wrong with
mv golf Is the way I play." Muslal see the NL flag fight as
la rat race .. "But I'd have to pick the Dodger. They are so
-well balanced." Mentally? The Man didn't ay.____________________
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Training Camp News
BY UNITED PRESS
The draft, sickness and the
" quad cutting axe thinned out
! the major league training camps
' yesterday.
The Philadelphia Phils sent
to their Columbus farm club.1
The 22-year-old McAllster Is be-
ing primed as an eventual suc-
cessor to Manager Marty Marion.
The Boston Braves lost one
man to the Army and five oth-
DIABLO DOWNS CURUNDU
In a game that was halted be-
cause of a heavy downpour nd
resumed In a drlssle, the Auto-
men of Diablo scored three run
in the third Inning on two hit, a
walk and an error. This proved to
be the only scoring In the name
and the Councilmen were dis-
lodged from a tie for first place,
and slipped into a triple tie for
second place, sharing that spot
with Saint Marys and Dlablo-
Hillman.
It was a tough game for Cu-
rundu to lose. becaue the Auto-
men had only two hit and Hurl-
er Best of the Councilmen was in
rare form allowing the two hits
both team are red hot at the
present time a good gante 1 on
the docket.
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LA BOCA MINOR SOFTBALL
LEAGUE STANDING
Teams' Won Lost Pet.
Lesterlo If ill.....3
C.Y.O. Trott......S
Strength Jk Health 1
Deportivo Fergus 1
St. Peter's......1
Twin-City Rookie t
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1.000
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Results
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Tampa, Florida
Indianapolis lAssn.i
200 000 00 2 8 3
Cincinnati 700 005 lOx15 17 0
Strobel, Main (1), Hutching
(7) and Turner; Ramsdell, Jol-
ly (5) Mlnarcin i8> and Homer
Ho well. WP -Ramsdell. LP
Strobel. HRKalln (Ind.i.
St. Petersburg, Florida
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Giants SCO 001 OOx4 9 1
Presko. Stalev (6) and Gara-
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HRHank Thompson (Giants).
Visitors To Make Final
Showing Today Vs. Flyers
Tht Houston Buffalos yesterday copped their second
victory in three games by setting down the All-Service
Stars 10-5 before a crowd of 2,000 at Symington Field.
This afternoon-the Buffs are scheduled to moke their
final Isthmian appearance against the Albrook flyers in
a return engagement. The Flyers upset the Buffs 3-2 Tues-
day afternoon. Today's game is slated to begin at 2 p.m.
and will take place at Beam Stadium.
The heavy sluggers in the Min-
or Loop have begun to find their
range and after the second com-
plete week of tirrlng play G.
Prescott (Dep. Fergus and W.
Howard are tied with an average
of .750 closely followed by E. Ed-
wards .867 and J. Charles .825.
Last Monday found last year's
runner-up, St. Peter's, annexing
their first victory by edging Twin-
City Rookies In a tightly contest- Miami
ed game 9-7. Winning pitcher was Athletlcs 100 000 321 DO7 10 2
Clearwater. Florida
Braves 101 100 0003 7 0
Phillies 010 000 1002 8 0
Surkont, Fowler (6i and Ebba
St. Claire, Cooper (7); Church,
Heintzelman m and Seminick,
Wllber (9i. WPSurkont. LP
Church. HRSid Gordon (Bos).
and walking only three men. For g Newland and the loer Lalo. gr'klyn 020 004 001 0017 9 2
the winners. Lelsy wa also -
grea*, giving up four hit and two
bases on balls. Only in the fifth _
Inning was he In danger, when surprising 17-7 victory over the
colons*
On Tuesday the muscle men of
8tfength & Health heaved to a
Pitchers Andy Hansen. Steve Rid- erg tQ t[ck call Rokle Southpaw
jtik and Ken Trinkle and Out-, Jlm Po ha, been order.d to re_
. fielder Jack Mayo to Baltimore n for lnducti0n April 16the
on option. At the same lime, the same day the maJor league sea.
National League champs brought! gon opens Tne piayers on the
up Outfielder Eddie Sanicki. fck Ust are pitcher Dave Cole,
The St. Louis Cardinals sent! h h tne ,,u pltcher Don
"Lou could make the regular
Infield, and that would leave us
with whoever he beats outsay
Johnny Pesky at third or Vern
Stephens at short -for plnch-
hitting."
The stuff day dreams are made
of Is also provided by the pres-
ence of two pitcher wheedled
from the ChUox. They are Bill
Wight and Ray Scarborough,
tried and true fllngers whose ac-
quisition by the Red Sox wrung a
mow he'll have cry q# ngnlah from the rest of
Junior the only the j?ague. '^" -
"They'll make the big "differ-
ence, too," 8tout 8teve O'Neill
say Jubilantly. "Not Just helping
us get off to a good start, but In
the long haul as well.
"Of course, there still is the
matter of playing 154 games.
"But on paper, I Just don't see
any club that can beat us. May-
be after I've seen every club once
or twice I'll have to revise, my
opinion, but I doubt it very
much.''
The same doubt apparently
pervades the minds of the proph-
etsand. for that matter, steeps
the brains of most other Ameri-
can League managers and exec-
utives.
But Billy Evans, as we were
saying, is not one of the number
disposed to listen to this annual
spring song which, like the si-
rens', has lured us onto the rocks
for three years hand-running.
with bases loaded, he made Hay-
den hit Into the dirt and a force
out- el
Dlablo-HUlman . . S 2 1
Curundu ........ 0 4 1
SAINTS SQUEEZE CLOSE ONE
At Balboa stadium the 8atnt*
gave notice to the other teams
that thev are going to be tough
from now on. Meeting a much
improved Police Depart men.
team, the Saint Marys nine
squeezed out a 2-1 win, putting
them in tie for second place.
Kirkland had the Copper well in
hand but the mainstay of the
Coppers. Etwood Phillips matched
him all the way In a regular
pitching duel.
Saint Marys......2 0
police Dept.......1 4 0
SEARS SOCK SMOKIES
The hard luck and sick Fire
Department Smokies had ths
misfortune of meeting the Sea is
team on the rebound from Saint
Marys defeat. With a patched up
lineup because of Illness of many
of their squad, the Smokies were
defeated 16-2 by the mail orde-
boys. Sears, tossed into the ball
game their complete roster of
plavers to stem the tide but to no
Martin, Wyse, Kellner and As-
troth; Van Cuyk, Podbielan. Ers-
kine and Edwards.
Tucson, Arieona
Browns 000 001 015 7 12 S
Indians 101 100 22411 10 4
Widmar. Starr, Bauers and
favorite and last year's cham-
pions, Deportivo Fergus. Pint-
sized Clarence Bostlck was the
pitching hero of the weight-lift-
ers and Stanley Peussey the loser. Moss; Zoldak. Gro'mek and Mur-
Vlncent Sampson homered for j ray
the losers. ._____________________
The game of the week between m _
C.Y.O. Trott and St. Peter's was | htSkftM (lAlf BVPlAlfl
witnessed by a capacity crowd of .HIIIOUVI VfllJ IWIQIil
3,000. The game ended in a 9-9, -. -. ... g, .
tie after eight innings Trott MAM UD P W U A
scored seven runs In the opening llliwi VIM a r f f WiHi
frame, but gave ground in the.-, ,, ,
Championship Trophy
Lou Ciola was the winning
pitcher. Efrain Cruz the loser.
Ciola started for Houston and
went six innings, giving up only
two runs. Cruz also lasted until
the sixth but gave eight tallies
during that interim.
The Buffs collected 14 hits
while the All-8ervlce Stars got
12.
After being blanked for five In-
nings, the Stars got two runs In
the sixth on Gerald Beaudoin's
round-tripper with Al House-
knecht on the base paths. (
The other three Service Stars'
runs also were the result of a
home run. Their other three runs
came in the eighth when Alder
Betti clouted one out of the park
with two mates on the bases.
Houston jumped out front in
the second Inning on Marsden
Lewis' bases emptv homer. The
Buffs added three more in the
fourth on three bases on balls
plus two singles.
Three successive singles follow-
ed by a double by Lewis gave the
Buffaloes three more markers.
After Ben Stelner doubled and
BID Costa walked. Cruz was fin-1
ally sent to the showers.
Charlie Rochinski came on and;
did a good Job. allowing only one
run to score. Houston, however,
test wa made by Houston
shortstop, Costa, who went be-
hind second to scoop up House-
knecht's drive through the middle
of the diamond and toss him out
at first to rob him of a seeming-
ly sure base hit.
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rookie Shortstop Fred McAllster
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CLEANSING [jg^^j^BP
REFRESHING SeSg 88"
COMFORTING j **&? |
A worwicii pmoouer
Conley. who has tonsilitis and In-
flelders Slbby Sistl. Jack Weisen-
burger and Jack Dittner, all of
whom have sore throats.
Right-hander Frank Shea, try-
ing a comeback with the New
York Yankees, Is nursing a sore
back. Shea tore a muscle In
Tuesday's game with Southern
California. Team physician. Dr.
Sidney Gay nor. says it will be Im-
possible to tell how serious the
injury Is until Shea works out
some of the stiffness.
Former Philadelphia A's pitch-
er Jack McCahan appears head-
ed for Fort Worth of the Texas
League as player-coach. McCa-
, han. who pitched a no-hitter
while wjth the A's. Is expected to
fill the post left vacant by Tom-
1 my Tatum who moved In as man-
ager of the Oklahoma City club.
CUN CLUB
NOTES
The date of the Canal Zone
8tate Shoo.t is approaching rap-
idly and few shoots remain to be
held between now and May 26
and 27 for the boys to get enough
practice before the annual event
arrives.
Trapshooters are reminded
that the Cristobal Gun Club will
hold the first of these shoots on
April 1. starting at 10 a.m.. with
a full selection of targets to en-
able the shooters to obtain the
necessary practice to sharpen
bombarded the C.Y.O. pitching
for six hit and six runs, one of
the hits being a home run by Fred |
Clovls with one man on base.
Thursday found Lesterlo If 111 |
defeating Strenth Sc Health, 13-
I. With the score tied in the up-
fer seventh and the top part of
he powerful Iflll lineup coming
to the plate, the muscle men
changed Pitcher Moulton for
The Fort Amador golfing gals
have retained possession of the
Panam Women's Golf Associa-
tion inter-club trophy by virtue
of their win over Panam gals
In the final round of the match-
es.
Final score of the tournament:
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Mar. 29
Sandy Saddler, 130, of New York,
knocked out Lauro Salas, 1271*,
of Monterrey, Mexico. In the sixth
round of a ten-round non-title
main event Tuesday night.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Mar. 29
Nick Moran, 147. of Mexico City,
de'clsloned Joe Barnum. 144, of
Chicago, In a ten-round main
event Tuesday night.
PROVIDENCE. R. I., Mar. 29
One of the nation's leading heav-
yweight contendersRocky Mar-
cianoscored a ninth round
technlcalVayo win over Art Hen-
ri Monday night at Providence,
Rhode Island. Marciano floored
Henri three times In the ninth,
to get the win, as the referee
stopped the bout.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 29
Promoter William Kyne says he's
offered Heavyweight Champ Be-
got to Rochinski for single tal- mT Ch&i\ts and Light Heavy-
lies in each of the eventh and < welght King Joe Maxim a S150.-
nlnth Innings.
The runs given uo by Rochin-
ski were the result of a homer by
Ronald Landls in the seventh and
a oair of doubles in the ninth.
The fielding gem of the con- money.
000 guarantee for a 8an Francis-
co fight, on May 4. The offer was
made by Kyne's matchmaker,
Benny Ford, who said the fight-
ers could split the guarantee, plus
60 per cent, of any television
their ace, Bill Morell which was i Amador 21. Panam 20. Brazos
Brook 17. and Summit 14. Mrs.
Ellen Kenna was the high point
of all three
exactly what Iflll batters want-
ed; when the smoke was cleared,
five runs had been scored includ- Individual scorer
lng an homer by P. Jemmott,
batting for the pitcher. The win-
ner was H. Joseph and Morell the
loser.
The league was in recess for
the Easter week end.
On Monday, Mar. 26. C.Y.O.
matches by picking up seven
points out of a possible nine.
The large traveling trophy will
be presented to the winning team
at the next monthly P.W.G.A.
meeting. April 21. which will be
held at Summit Hills, and Mrs.
Kenna will receive a amall repli-
ca of the team prize for perma-
nent possession.
MILWAUKEE. Mar. 29 Light
Heavyweight Contender Irish
. Bob Murphy kayoed hard-hitting
Joe Blackwood Monday night In
> the third round of a scheduled 10
at Milwaukee. Murphy scored
with a series of short, heavy
punches to the head and body,
and Blackwood collapsed for the
I full count.
avail. In the first Inning with two Trott continued their winning
on. Tim "Hot*, 8ears cleanup hit- I ways, going Into a tie for first
ter slammed a three run horn
run Alfred Bruhn notched his
third win without a loss and John
Hamma starts for the Smokies
ajKl Schneider finished up.
Sears........16 TO 2
Fire Dept.......2 2 4
Box Score that created a triple
tie for second place:
AB
2
Curundu
Chassln 2b .
Best p . .
Tachudy If .
Hayden ss .
Winford lb ,
Jones cf .
Stoddart c .
Folse rf .
Blevens . .
Frangionl 3b
Dlablo-HUlman
place, at the expense of the Twin-
City Rookies, 12-4. G. Gustave
was the winner (2-01 and Lalo
Colona the loser (0-2>.
Games for this week:
Mar. 29Lesterlo Iflll vs. C.Y.O.
Trott.
Mar. 31Deportivo Fergu vs.
Lesterlo Iflll.
Engelke cf . 1
Dougan 2b ..... 2
Salas c.....2
Million ss.....2
Lelsy p ..... 2
McGriff 3b.....2
Parker if.....2
Dubois If.....2
Bowen lb.....2
On Saturday morning there
will be two games at the Balboa
Stadium. In the first game at
their aim for competing in the 18:45 the Copper and the Smok
tyjber*
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g SCOTCH WHISKY +*
State Shoot.
The program will consist of 50
sixteen-yard targets. 50 handi-
cap birds, and 25 pairs of dou-
bles. Class trophies will be award-
ed to the high overall man in
Class A and B on the combined
16-vard and handicap events.
There will be a SI.00 entry fee
to compete for the trophies dIus
the usual optionals. And In com-
memoration of the dav there will
be special April Fool's prizes for
the bridge and canasta game
winners.
At the class championship
shoot held at the Balboa Gun
Club on Saturday afternoon.
Mar. 24, T. J. Tassln won the
Class A trophy after practically
exhausting himself to maintain
a mere one target lead over the
deadly aim of "Pop" Saunders
and Joe Kueter who divided the
high money in the same class.
Our popular trap manager. Bill
Cunningham, took away the
Class B trophy and judging from
the serious way in which he has
been practicing with his new gun
It Is our opinion that he will
make a big killing soon.
Mary Tassln won first money
In Class B followed by Bill KU-
gallen. a promising new shooter,
who was awarded second money.
Top honors of the day. however,
went to Ed Francis who broke 25
straight targets and was reward-
ed with a Winchester chevron
and plenty of congratulatory
handshakes from the admiring
shooters.
ies will oppose each other the
winner will emerge from the cel-
lar In the league standing. In
the second game at 10:30 the
leaders. Sears will take on the
Currndu Councilmen. who will be
seeking revenge for the loss suf-
fered at the hands of the mail
order boys In the season's open-
er. Ronnie Mead is Sears choice
for the mound duty and will face
Hayden. This will be a real tus-
sle since Curundu must win to
stav in the running for the Lrst
half. For Sears, a win would give
them a slight margin In the
race.
At Diablo, at 9:00 the Saint Me-
rys Saints will play host to the
Dfabio Hlllman Automen. Both
teams are tied for second place
and the loser will go down to third
place In the first meeting be-
tween these two teams, the Saints
defeated the Automen and as
Jack Gardner Agrees
To Meet Cesar Brion
LONDON. Mar. 20 (UP)
Argertine heavyweight Cesar
Brion will meet British and
European Heavyweight
< hampioi. Jack Gardner in
a ten-round fight at Har-
ringay Arena on April 24.
Final arrangements were
made al a discussion between
Promoter Jack Solomons and
Gardner's manager. John
SI npson, this morning.
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Box 195, (atun ohpliont (*l*m 378
MISS DOROTHY DNYAK ____
WEDS SERGEANT DONALD BENNETT
Miss Dorothy Eleanor Dunyak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Dunyak of Perth Amboy, New JeT, brc,?e the
bride of Sergeant Donald James Bennett of Fort Kobbe, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bennett of Eresoo. California, at a
candlelight service In the Fort Davb Chapel 1:t0 p.m. yes-
terdav. Chaplain John Hayes performed the double ring ce-
remony In the presence of a large gathering of friends.
White calla lilies and lighted tapers were used on the
altar of the chapel. A prelude of organ music which includ-
ed "The Lord's Prayer" and Shuberfs "Ave Marta" were.play-
ad by Mrs. Thomas M. Lamer, organist. The traditional
wedding marches were nsed for the processional and reces-
sional.
The bride entered upon the
arm of her brother-in-law. CWO
John T. Donahue, by whom she
was given In marriage. She was
lovely in her wedding gown 01
satin and chantilly lace. It was
fashioned with a lace bodice hav-
ing a high Jewel neckline formed
by a nylon yoke, which was trim
med with appUqued lace. Tiny
satin covered buttons trimmed
the back of the bodice and the
long fitted lace sleeves. The vety
full gathered satin skirt extend-
ed t form7 train. Her fingertip
veil cf tulle fell from a crown of
starched lace trimmed with secti
pearls. She carried a prayer boo.:
topped with white orchids from
which fell a ribbon shower. Her
only jewelry was a Jeweled me-
dallion. .
Mrs. John T. Donahue, sister of
the bride, was the only attend-
ant. She wore a dress of rose-
point lace over matching go.a
satin The bodice was fashioned
with a cowl neckline with a wing
collar and cap sleeves. It button-
ed down the back with tiny sa-
tin covered buttons. The full-ga-
thered skirt was floor-length. She
wore a turban of satin and
matching mitts. Her flowers were
an old-fashioned bouquet of blue
hydrangeas. ^.--.
Betty Donahue, niece of the
bride was the flower girl. She
wore a floor-length dress of blue
recipient lace and blue satin. The
bodice was made of the lace and
had a sweetheart neckline. The
full gathered skirt was caught at
the hemline to show a matching
lace petticoat. She wore a halo o I
pink roses and carried a colonial
bouquet of the flowers. Blue
mitts completed her ensemble.
Sergeant Daniel Gunter served
as best man for the groom. The
ushers were: Corporal El wood
Hudson and Sergeant 8mlley Da-
X reception was held at the
home of CWO and Mrs. Donahue
at Fort Oullck following the cere-
mony. Mrs. Dunyak, mother of
the bride received with the mem-
bers of the bridal party. She
chose a blue crepe -dinner dress
for the occasion. It was trimmed
with a yoke of lace. Her heart-
dress was formed from ostricn
leathers and she wore blue ny-
lon gloves and a corsage of or-
chids. .
The bride's table was centered
with a three-tiered wedding cake
lopped with a miniature bride
and groom, and flanked by white
tapers. Mrs. Harry Green was in
charge of the brlde'a book and
Mrs. John Prehle served the cake.
Later in the evening Sergeant
| and Mrs. Dunyak left tor a ho-
' neymoon to be spent at Hotel ri
Panama. The brides going away
costume was a navy blue and
chartreuse gabardine suit, with
which she used navy blue acces-
sories and a white hat and gloves.
She wore an orchid corsage.
They will make their home .at
Fort Kobbe.
Mrs. Bennett graduated from
High School in Perth Amboy and
has been employed at the, Fort
Gullck'Post Exchange while vis-
iting her sister and brother-in-
law.
Sergeant Bennett graduated
from the Roosevelt High 8chool
In Fresno and has sewed in the
U.S. Army for the past three
years and on the Isthmus for two
years.
Mrs. Ullrich Complimented
on Birthday Anniversary
Mvs. Frank Ullrich was compli-
mented with a dinner party given
8unday evening by Dr. and Mrs.
Jesse L. Byrd at their Colon
Beach home to celebrate her
80th birthday anniversary.
Also present were Mr. Ullrich,
Mr and Mrs. Robert Byrd of Los
Cumbres and Mrs. T. J. Heideu-
relch of Cpcoll.
During the evening friends and
Duslness associates called to ix-
tend their best wishes.
You Are." This resulted in a very
amusing evening.
The guests Included: Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Newhard. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Graham, Mrs. George
Poole. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Albright, Mr. and Mrs. William
C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Willoughby.
Informal Luncheon
Dr. and Mrs. Leon A. Stetson
and their son, John, a student
from the University of Virginia,
were the luncheon guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd Sunday.
Bridge Party
at Fort Davis
The ladles of the 74th AAA
Battalion met at the Officers
Club at Fort Davis for their week-
ly afternoon of bridge, with Mrs
George Poole, Jr. as hostess.
Mrs. James Scarborough and
Mrs. W. D. Bailey were the prlz^
winners, with Mrs. Thomas M.
Lamer and Mrs. A. E. Hill win-
ning the traveling prizes.
The other members attending
were: Mrs. B. K. Ogan, Mrs. H. F.
Green. Mrs. Henry Hartwig, Mr.~.
Robert Carrol\. Mrs. D. R. Kuhn,
Mrs. J. H. Wiggs, Mrs. WaliCT
Skelstaltis, Mrs. George Kenne-
dy, Mrs. Albert Plcclrllli, Mrs.
William Lindstrom and Mrs. i.
B. Storle.
Change of Meting Place
The Ruth Link, of the Gatun
Union Church Auxiliary, whkh
was to have met at the home of
Mrs. Howard Harris this evening,
will meet with Mrs. Joseph Irv-
ing on Llmon Circle.
Family Dinner Party
Mrs. Irl Sanders. Jr., and her
brother, Mr. Hugh Hale, return-
ed on the Panama Line Monday,
after being called to the stales
because of the death of their fa-
ther.
Mr. and Mrs. Irl Sanders. Sr.,
had an informal family dinner
party for the Sanders family
Monday evening.
Easter Party
at Fort Davis
A hundred Fort Davis children
attended the movies at the Fort
Davis Theater Saturday and the
Easter Egg Hunt which was held
at the Post Chapel. Sixty-eight
prizes were distributed and light
refreshments were served.
Mrs. Manning E. Hutchinson
was chairman for the committe?,
which Included: Mrs. George
Pool. Jr., Mrs. Donald Nelson,
Mr. Louis Fournier. Mrs. William
Lindstrom, Mrs. Measley. Mrs. J
M. Loucks and Mrs. W. D. Bailey.
"Come As You Are" Party -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Furr of Ga-
tun. had a novel party at their
home Monday evening. The
guests were Invited to "Come As
Step-Mother Says Orphanage
Places IQ Tests Above love'
KNOXVILLE. Tenn.. Mar. 29
,(UP> Mrs. J. H. Gideon. 39.
Vwhose first two offspring died
tin infancy, charged yesterday
That the Knoxville Children s
Bureau placed an I. Q test
ibove a mothers love in trying
a take her orphaned ward.
(The controversy over blonde,
tight-eyed Peggy Ann boiled
kto City hall when the Bureau
Avited the Mayor and City
Council to investigate its re-
fusal ot let Mrs. Gideon adopt
, the four-months-old child. An
official said that to relent might
wreck the Bureau's adoption
program.
Holding Peggy Ann, Mrs. Gi-
deon appeared betore council
last nlgnt and told amid tears
how sne and her 41-year-old
husband, an Oak Ridge atomic
worter, had grown to love tne
baby as much as their 14-year-
old son, Eugene.
Councilman Cas Walker was
go "burned up' he proposed a o
cut off the Bureau's $27,000 an-
nual appropriation. His motion
tailed but council ordered Wel-
fare Director Ira McColllster to
Investigate bureau procedures.
Ciyde O. Carpenter, Jr., of the
bureau's policy board said the
Gideons contracted to waive
adoption when Peggy Ann was
placed for boarding In the
Uideon home last December.
Such contracts are customary,
he said, and in accordance with
accepted standards.
Carpenter said the Gideons
could not adopt Peggy Ann be-
cause of their Age. Mrs. Gideon
said that made no dilierence.
The love you have for a child
and the. way you treat that
child makes the child." she said.
"I didn' go to college but any
doctor, any psychiatrist will tell
you it's bad t6 keep shifting a
child from one home to an-
other."
She said Peggy Ann scored
"excellent' on her mentality
test a month ago. The bureau
told her then, she said, that
Peggy Ann was not the "right
type chll'"' for the Gideons but
did say they had done a
wonderful Job." Neither she
nor her husband finished hig-a
I school and Eugene is an average
student, she said.
Carpenter said the Gideons
would be advised to adopt, a
child nearer their son's age; but
Mrs. Gideon said Eugene loved
j Peggy Ann, too./ .
"Eugenes the on^ who gave
us the idea to adopt her," she
said Her first children, a boy
and a girl, died within a year,
she said.
McColllster said the problem
was new to the bureau and ar-
ranged a meeting of bureau of-
ficials for next Tuesday. He said
boarding parents receive $25 a
month plus Incidental expenses
and keep their wards usually
for less than a year.
Then, he said, the bureau at-
tempt to place them with foster
rarents who are suited "right
down to the color of hair and
eyes if possible."
FOR BRONCHITIS
COUGHS, COLDS
It's Triple Strength *
Loosens Things Up
11*1 differentit $ tester In action
it's compounded on superior, medical
toe; fmd.ngs never before heard ol
m this country
JuCkley s Conodiol Mixture 'triple
strength) is the nome ot this amaz-
ing cough and cold prescription rhet
"octs like o tlosh" yet I* so pure and
free from harmful arug: 'hot o child
Ton take One little sip tna the ordinary
;ough is gone o fe doses ana
that lough old hang on cough Is
neoro no more it's reolly on-
dertui to watch ho speedily pod.
lingering cold* ore put out of busi-
ness
, Right away that tightness loosens
up the bronchial passages dear. .
[ vou're on your toes ogam nappy and
| breathing easiei Get o bottle of
Buckley's Conodio' Minture todoy
Opening of Teen-Age Club
The Atlantic Teen age Club
will have Its official opening to-
morrow evening starting at 0:00.
There will be a dance in the park-
ing lot in front of the MargarUa
Clubhouse at 8:00 p.m. with mu-
sic by Caleb Clement's orchesi ra.
LA.W.C. Rummage Sale
The LA.W.C. rummage sale
starts tomorrow at the corner of
10th and Central Ave. Members
are reminded to bring contribu-
tions. Assistance will be needed.
HOME FOLKS Two visiting Congressmen met folks from their home state at the reception
Monday given by United States Charge d'Affaires and Mrs. Murray M. Wise in the Embassy
residence on La Cresta. They were Representatives Cecil M. Harden and John V. Beamer of
Indiana showns above with Mr. and Mrs. Wise and Dr. and MS*. John E. Grinnell, Education
Specialist with the Institute of Inter-American Affairs in Panama. Left to right: Wise. Mrs.
Wise. Mrs. Harden. Representative Harden, Mrs. Grinnell, Dr. Grinnell, Mrs. Beamer and Re-
presentative Beamer.___________________ : -._'._______|
Brother Testifies
Against Brother
In Cable Theft Case
With a grand larceny charge
against one defendant dismissed
to permit him to become a Gov-
ernment witness, two others
were held to District Court trial
after preliminary hearing yes-
terday in the Balboa Magls-V
trate's Court.
Bound over for trial on a
charge of having stolen 134 feet
or lead-sheathed cable from an
nrmy communications line on
Mar. 13 were Jose Angel Die-
quez, 21, Panamanian, and Ma-
nuel Adam Murillo, 33, Co-
lombian. Murlllos 24-year-old
brother, Jose Mercedes, testified
for the prosecution.
He told the court that he had
been offered $3 by his brother
to help steal the cable, which
was dug up and slashed In
Jungle near the Curundu mil-
itary reservation near Fort
Clayton.
The men were apprehended in
the Jungle when the break set
off an alarm system In the
Siarry Heights telephone ex-
ang.
Exhibits In the case included
a 64-pound slab of lead which
had been melted from the cable,
a section of cut cable and the
tin-can dipper used in the
smelting.
Salvation Army's
Caribbean Comdr.
To Visit Panam
The Territorial commander of
The Salvation Army in Central
America and the West Indies,
Colonel wm. P. Sansom, will be
visiting the Isthmus of Pana-
ma April 7 to 12. During his
visit the Colonel will conduct a
series of meetings, to be an-
nounced later, and will inspect
the records of Salvation Army
activities here. Mrs. Sansom will
accompany and conduct some
special meetings for women
only.
Colonel Sansom has been the
Territorial Commander, with
Headquarters In Kingston, Ja-
maica, for more than two years.
Prior to this appointment he
undertook Salvation Army ser-
vice in various parts of the
world including his homeland
England.
During his command of the
West Indies The Salvation Ar-
my has commenced work in the
Republic of Haiti and rapid pro-
gress is being made. He win be
showing pictures of the Army's
work in Haiti and other parts
of the West Indies.
atante
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Holy Name Society
Of Albrook Plans
Communion Sunday
The Holy Name Society of
Albrook Air Force Base will hold
a Communion breakfast this i
Sunday at the Hotel Tivoll in;
conjunction with the Balboa:
chapter of the Knlghtt of Co-
lumbus and the Ladies Sodality
of Albrook).
The 10 a.m. breakfast will be
preceeded by a Joint Commun-
ion Mass at the Albrook base
chapel at 9:45.
Monslgnor Paul Bernie, papal
representative to the Republic
of Panama and dean of the
diplomatic corps, will be the
guest speaker. His topic will oe
the life of the Holy Father,
Pope Pius XII.
Officers of the Albrook Holy
Name Society are, president,
Captain Joseph J. F. Clark;
vice-president, Sgt. Harold F.
Morgado; secretary, Captain
Harold Gregory; treasurer, Sgt.
Sullivan Hassan.
Chaplain (Lt. Colonel i John J.
Long is spiritual advisor of the
society.
Civic Councils
Elections Set y
For Tomorrow
Election of qffleers for the
General Committee of Civic
Councils Is scheduled for. to-
morrow night when the com-
mittee meets at 7 p.m. at the
Margarita Clubhouse.
President Emmet Zemer said
that other items on the agen-
da are the consideration for
adoption ol by-laws for the gen-
eral committee and a discus-
sion of the recently concluded
Community cJhest drive. /
As special Invitation has been
extended to the newly re-
activated Pedro Miguel Civic
Council.
Monsoon Safe at CZ Mooring
After Storm-Tossed Voyage
Her nylon sails slashed and i
her motor shorted, the 45 foot j
schooner Monsoon rocks safely at '
a Balboa Yacht Club mooring tu-
day.
The pleasure vessel that as
the object of a 2ti0.0CU-squaie-
mile air search in the Pacific
Ocean arrived from Buenaventu-
ra in tow of the local cabin cruis-
er Hula.
The Monsoon's owner -sklppr,
Donald H. Radcliffe and Mrs.
Radciiffe, of Palo Verde. Cal. al-
so reached Balboa yesterday, as
passengers aboard the Grace l)n
er Santa Isabel.
With their Mexican crewman,
Raimundo Flores, the Radcllffes
fought a series of storms on their
way down the west coast from
the Gulf of Tehuantepec.
Flight "B" 1st Rescue Squad-
ron, Caribbean Air Command,
flew many thousands of miles in
a search pattern that started off
Costa Rica and extended as far
south as Ecuador, after the S8
Steel Artisan reported Feb. 25
she had picked up distress sig-
nals flashed by the Monsoon, but
had been unable to locate the
schooner U. 8. Navy destroyers
were diverted from their course
and all ships and planes-in-
flight were on the lookout.
Yesterday, after learning of the
efforts made to locate his vessel,
Radcliffe gaid he believed the
search planes were right behind
the Monsoon on many flight.*.
Even with the light sails, the
schooner made up to eight knots
an hour.
Balboa had been the Monsoon's
original destination, but the Rad-
cllffes had given up trying to
make port here and decided to
try for Buenaventura after ner
mainsail was blown down otf
Cape Mala. When they arrived in
the Colombian port and lea.-;' d
of the Intensive search that nad
been made, they Immediately ca-
bled the 15th Naval District here
of their safe arrival.
The Radcllffes will be here nT
bout a month. With their friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Shay,
owners of the Hula, they are
staying at the "Hotel Tivoll while
the Monsoon is under repairs.
Radcliffe Is an oil geologist.
Can CZ Cops Lick
Stamp Mystery?
The Canal Zone police are at-
tempting to locate the owner
of a "good-sized" block of
stamps, found yesterday at a
Canal Zone post office.
If the owner can satisfactorily
Identify the denomination of
the stamps, the number and the
place where he may have left
them, he can obtain them from
the Balboa police station.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
WEEKS. Andrew Augustus,'21,
of Panama, to DAVIS, Mlrrell
Claudlne, 24, of La Boca.
MCDONALD, Eric Woodly, W Ot
La Boca, to CLACKEN, Thelm
Gladlola, 28, of Panama.
Deaths
MARTINEZ, Maria, five month,
of Colon. Mar. 26, Colon HospltaL
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THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PATLT NEWSFAFEK
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1151
The More You Tell.... The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Minimum for
75 words
3' each additional
word.
i
LEWIS SERVICE
No. Tlvoll Ave.
Plu.nr 2-23*1
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
Pirque de Lessep
PtaiiMI
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth o( July Avo.
Phone 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
in (i.vi Melooder Ave.
Phone 255 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. St Wort 12|k uetl
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. K "M" Stroat Ponomi
No. 13.171 Cenlrol Ave. tolo

FOR SALE
Automobile*
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you horo drinking problem?
Writo Alcoholic Anonymous
OR SALl:IMi Do Soto our door | Box 2031 Aneon. C. Z.
^^*3*Z*2\x
II alrire it ond w. know you'll
?ok. it! Only $430.00 down. Your
FORD, MERCURY, l-INCOLN
DSALIR COLPAN MOTORS,
,nt.. T.I. 2-1033. ^^__
telephone 3-0931
Chorles J. Hubert.
Panomo, Mr
FOR SALE-, Ch.ys.tr 1949 New
Yorker, used one yeor. cost new
$3 600, rodio. seat covers best
offer over SZ.OOaSe. Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653,
Balboa. : _______*
rRlLI:-l 9^7t-,,n!1*w
Super, color block, four brand now
tire*, rodio, out.ido reol view mir-
ror. Thi. cor liko now on -
cllent buy! Only $460.00 down.
Your FORD MERCURY, LINCOLN
MALE."- COLPAN MOTORS.
Inc.. T.I. 2-1033. ^^_
1ST
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Diningroom furniture,
livingroom furniture, Simmon
double bed, Servel goa refrigerator,
all enceptional borgein. Plomera
Nocionol. Control 210.
FOR SALE:High glow oil point
and enamel. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gollon. Tropidure Store. ________
FOR SALE:Pontioc Cotalino 1950
motching volance boards & drapes,
set dishes, China closet, lomps, va-
nity dresser, liquor cabinet, evening
gown, diamond wedding ring, leav-
ing soon, days or evenings, 463-C,
Cocoli.
FOR SALE:Westinghpuse refriger-
ator 9 cubic feet, all porcelain,
house 0271-A, Gomboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 9 cu. ft. Frigi-
doire. 25 cycle, $200.00. 1947
7 cu. ft. Frifidolre. 25 cycle. $100.
00. Term if deiired. All Prigideire
have 5 yeor guarantee from date
of purchase. Borry Kaneoly. Heute
172-A, New Crntobol. Phone
2J78.
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Santo Clero beach,
cottage*, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rote. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567. ___
Willomt Sonto Cloro beoch Cottage,
iwo bedroom*, electr.c retngero-
tion RocKgai ronge Phone Bol-
boo -3050 Except Week-ends.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR RENT:Foster's turnshfd cot-
tages, between Santa Cloi ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3'42, Ponon-o
or see caretaker.
Phillip. Beach conogee. Sonta Cloro
Bo number 435. Bofboe Phone
Portme * 1871 e Cntoboi 3-
'167.*
SD-CARS IN TOWN!
Trade-In. Financing
CIVA, S. A.
Your Pontioc-Codillec Peale: ___
FOR SALE:_49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Quarters 249-D. Coco 5o-
lo 302.________J___________
K)R SALE:1949 Ford Cutom Tu-
dor V-8. color dork groy, eur
brand new tire. pUtlc .eat cover,
outtide reor view mirror, rodio. po-
rtivoly A-l condition. Poy only
$430 00 down ond drivo it awoy.
Your FOR, MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS
0 Tel. 2-1033.____
FOR SALEOne Thoyer boby stroller
just like new. House 41-K Gotun
Lighthouse Road.
FOR SALE:7 ft. 25 cyde Westing-
house refrigerator. 2 year, 8
months guarantee. $150.00 14" 25
Cy. ton Used tires and tubes 6.70
1 5. Houte 476-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:30 Gol electric hot wa-
ter hepter. Porcelain cabinet. $60.
00. Phone Cristobal 3-1865.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
:OR SALE: Shelvador refrigerator,
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's wordrobe. Coll 3-
2412, New Cristobal 170-C.
HOTEL PLAZA
Invites you, your family and friends
to pass a week-end at the most
comfortable Hotel in the Interior:
Beautiful view terroce; wide salons;
neat, comfortoble privte rooms;
best restaurant in town; air-con-
ditioned bar; gas station with me-
chanic repair hop; airplane trips
to ocquoint you with the Interior;
short trip ot reasonable prices.
HOTEL PLAZA
Sentleg* de Vereguo
Vitited by meny Ameriten femllie
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'K HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
BROTHER-
HAPPY
RE-UPHOLSTER
\'our furniture like new.
Lowest price.
I.n me figure your material
need. Free Estimate*
ALBERTO IIKRKS Pan. 3-3151
I a.m. to 7 p.m.
WANTED:Diningroom chairs, writ-
ing bureau, liquor cabinet, bamboo
furniture. Phone Colon 1337.
Wanted Position
OR SALE;Studeboker "Champion
4-door, 1948. with radio tires,
point ond engine Pe',ec''V kept
Duty-Pa.d. Special at $1,300. Call
at C. O. Moson, S. A. ______
Full time or port time professionol
position for orrelated to following
qualifications. BFA and MA de-
gree University of lowo, painting,
art history, advertising design ex-
perienee. 2-2945. ofter 8 p. rtv
or Box 254, Ancon.______________
WANTED: Girl Secretory. Apply
Casa Central, Bolivar '9th ond
10th. opposite Post Office, Colon.
FOR SALE:1948, Crosley Shelvador
refrigerator, 10' 60 cycle, $300.-
00; green wool rug, new, 9' x 15'
$55.00; radio phonograph. 60
cycle, \$50.00; steel dresser, $15.-
00; steel buffet. $30.00; dining
table. 6 choirs. $30.00. Bliss, 2166
C, 8th Street, Curundu. Phone PAD
6191.
Jibson refrigerotor, 7
i. ft. 25 cycle. Excellent
FOR SALE
1-2
condition. 386-C, Cocoli
3652 until 3:30.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished residence.
Heights Golf. Call Tel. 2-1456.
25-
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
cholet. Livingroom, diningroom, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, terrace,
goroge, servant's room, garden,
large patio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR SALE: 1946 Chry.ler N.w
Yorker fordor dan. color gray,
fluid drivo, radio and four brond
Mw tiro. Dollar for dollar you
can't get e better buy! Your JFORD
MERCURY, LINCOLN DEALER -
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel.
t-10,_________________.
tBh good condition. All duty paid. V1,
4a39-C. Owen 'street, Balboa. Verne F. Buchanau,
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
anal Zone
ES DISTRICT COURT
FOP. THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division .1 Balboa.
puiatttf,
defendant
fsale: ''r***2Z set
Champion 4-door odon. color (|i| |)u kel ,,
Jj,,k blue four brond new tiro, A, til N FOR DIVORCE
... \ ,.._ todi8 An A-l To ih. .bovr-named defendant:
plo.t.c eot cover rodUL *" Vuu . .,, reo.ulreo.to .one..
cor' Only $360.00 down Tour (h#
FORD, MERCURY. LINCOLN
EALER COLPAN "MOTORS. Inc.
FOR SALE:Bedroom furniture, com-
plete. Made in Guatemolo. Cost
new $900.00, now $400.00. Fede-
rico Boye! No. I. Telephone 3-15-
1 6.____________________________
FOR SALE:Mogic Chef Stor and
swing coach, both excellent con-
dition, both $100. 44th street
No. 15. upstairs.
Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: 19-17 Ford 4 door sedon.
Excellent condition. $750. 58 Cuba
Ave. Tel. 3-3213, Panamo.____
rT$ALE^-l949 Na.h '600' Tie-
dor Sedan, color green, four naw
tire, excellent mechanical con-
dition. An A-l car. good new!
Only $460.00 down end drive it
.way. Your FORD. MERCURY
LINCOLN DEALER COLPAN
MOTORS, Inc., Tal. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge Sedan,
excellent condition throughout, new
tire, fluid drive. House 41-K, Go-
tun Lidht House Road._
EST
USED CARS IN TOWN!
Trade-in. Financing
CIVA S. A.
Your Pontioc-Codillec Daoler
omplaint filed In the
ai,ovi.V*ntitied ai-tion within ninety dayi
afler the flrt publication
In rill "I >"ur failure to o appear
>n,l answer, judgment will be taken
ngalnsl you by default for Ihe relief de-
manded In the romplalnl.
WITNESS the ll.norable Joseph J
Hancoek, Judge. United buten Metria
Court for Ihe District uf the Canal one.
,h .h day of "-/> M^.ruk. Jr.
Clerk
'SEAI) By Sara 4. I. Pen.
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Verne F. Buchanan '-..
The foregoing aummons U aertod
UU..II >uu by publication pursuant to ">
order of Ihe Honorable Joseph J. Han.
cock, Judge. Uniled Stale. District
CjvtX lor the Dlatnet nl tbi I .' '.
dated February I. nil and etatered ond
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of aald Uniled State. District
Court for the Division of Bdlboa on
February i. 1H51
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk
By Sara de la Pena
Chief Depuly Clerk
FOR SALE: f Must sell. Today at
bargain price. One maple bedroom
suit4 piece. Innertpring mattress
and coil spring. $150.00. 1 crome
Dinnelte set, $60.00. 1 modern
/ moid gar rang/ 4 burner, excel-
lent condition. $60.00. Justo Aro-
semeno No. 56, upstairs, Tel. 3-
1291._________________
LESSONS
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance, No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Coll 2-2374.
To be selling
THE LEADERS
BUKKS and
mntng chevrolets
DRY SEASON
is the season for
Visit our stadium area tore
on new concrete road.
I.iirht Traffic Easy Parking
English speaklnr; clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
JACK WEIR
AND
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
aporlment, in newly constructed
building, for further detoils coll
Mndez & Zubielo. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT: Aportments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath of Via Espaa. No. 20.
see De Castro. "B" Avenue No.
24. Phone 2-1616. Panama.
Learn from professional instructors.
Ask orrtvwho vhqs token from us.
Don't miss the fun! Learn to dance
Balboa YMCA or. call 275-3105,
Harnett ond Dunn.
Individuo! French Lessons. Apply to
Foto Ancn, 85, Estudiante St.,
Panomo.
FOR RENT:Apartments of one bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at 44th Street East No. 9,
Bella Vista. De Castro. "B" Ave-
nue No. 24. Phone 2-1616. Pan-
ama.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panama, R. P.
FOR SALE:1951 Mercury converti-
ble green, block top, white side
walls, rad;o. 5,000 miles, 80CI dol-
lars down, balance finance $bU.W
per month. Albrook Field 3171.
FOR SALE:
FOR RENT: Apartment concrete
house. Modern commodities. "S"
Street and Mariano Arosemena.
Call Tel. 2-1456.
All Fools' Dance
Program Includes
__ Opening'The Thing'
- 1946 Lincoln Sedan. | TlM program 0f entertainment
color green, four brond new lira. (q ^ given Saturdav night at
puth button window, nylon *-1 ,h informal All Fools' dance at
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Real Estate
TWO LOTS FOR SALE In cool Los
Cumbres, 125 minutes r om Ancon;
all utilities, ovailoble. neor crest of
gentle hill. ob:ut 1,000 square
-ttwters Src: en is being rapidly
(jilt up G">d nvesl.'.-ent or build-
ing site. H vou *ish to inquirr
cooui thi-, 'di 2-1293 or m < P
J. Ru.iktl, Bo* 2-f D'obl He ,tn.
Tom Keefer of the Air Force
will act as master of cere-
monies. He appeared in the so-
rority's recent production ol
Stage Dor," and in last years
Curundu Variety Show."
Teddy Spence. of Olnas, will
be the guest pianist and sev-
eral numbers will be given by
the Latorre Brothers' trio. A
feature of the evening will b the opening of the 106- pound
packag*. "The Thing." Music
for dancing will be furnished
by Hugh Howard and his 12-
piece orchestra.
Tickets will be on sale at the
Balboa Clubhouse Friday even-
ing and are now on sale at the
Ancon Liquor store. They will
also be available at the door
Saturday evening.
Cristbal Clubhouse
Becomes Cafeteria
The dining room of the Cris-
tobal Clubhouse is being con-
verted into a cafeteria whlcii
will include self-service sections
for soda fountain facilities and
the bakery section, it was an-
nounced today at Balboa
Htrmts. ... .
Tne soda fountain will be
closed in its present lo-ation
rnd the faclllties'will ce trans-
ferred to the dining room area
Remodeling started last week;
MODERNIZING
PROGRAM
(Continued from Pare 1>
now occupied by the surgical and
dental clnica.
Air conditioned operating
rooms are also considered a nec-
essity in this climate and it Is
planned to air condition the re-
maining-two at Oorgas at some
future date after work Is com-
pleted on the two to be modern-
ized In the present program.
The location of pediatrics and
adult isolation patients in an
area entirely apart from tuber-
culosis wards is another needed
change which haa been under
consideration for some time. Mi-
nor renovations will be made on
the present Isolation wards when
the transfers have been complet-
The consolidation of Isolation
wards for both adults and chil-
dren on the third floor of Sec-
tion D will leave* a considerable
space in Ward 19 on the same
floor which could be used for ex-
pansion in the case of an epide-
mic or other need for additional
isolation faculties.
Wards 7 and 8 on the second
floor of Section B will be occu-
pied by women surgery patients,
to be moved from Ward 5. and
male sureery patients, who are
now in Ward 2. Ward 8, on the
first floor, has been vacated in
the transfer of women medical
patients to the first floor of the
Obstetrical and Gynecological
Building. ____
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
ivingroom, diningroom, maid's room,
balcony. Belle Visto No. 8, Colom-
bia Street, Apt. 5.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1/
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 8 p.m
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment,
corner, sitting-diningroom, screen-
ed. $65. 56, Porros Avenue, key
oportment 3, Quijeno, 8th Street,
No. 15. Phone 3-0234. /
FOR RENT:2 furnished apartments,
two bedrooms, living ond dining-
room, etc. 45th St. No. 34.
FOR RENT:Top floor, 3 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, porch,
laundry ond moid's room, goroge.
For informotion inquire downstairs,
No. 56 Jlisto Arosemeno Avenue.
FOR RENT: Modern oportment,
chalet style, for married couple
only. 1st. Ave. "El Carmen" No.
24, Panomi.
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS for rent
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
oportments. Contoct office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENTVacotion quarters. Ful-
ly furnished apartment Bello Vis-
ta Two months beginning April
6. Phone 3. 1939 ofter 5.00 p. m.
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SUPPHES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Va Espaa. Near Jnan Franc*
Tel. 3-1503
The Largest Assortment
of the BEST
USED CARS
In Panama
and It is expected that the new
cafeteria will be In operation
by about Jun. 15. There will be
no interruption In the present
dining room and soda fountain
service during the changeover.
The cafeteria Une will be lo-
ctted across the rear of the
present dinln* room, next to
the kitchen There will be se-
parate sections in the line for
food, soda fountain and bakery
goods. The same tables In the
dining room will be used for
food and soda fountain serv".
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista. With all com-
forts. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:2 rooms and kitchen,
to one or two person in Carras-
quilla. Telfono 3-2035.
Cristbal Chapter
Local 900 To Hear
Ed Welsh Tomorrow
The Cristobal Chapter Local
900 G. C. E. O. C. "C. I. O."
announces Its regular Monthly
Meeting will be held at the Club
Tropical tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
Principal speakers will Ed
Welsh, international represen-
tative and Ed Gaskln, president
of Local 900. Reports from the
last Executive Board meeting
will be read.
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CLARK-SARTAIN NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED
LAST EVENING AT CATHEDRAL IN ANCON
Miss Marie Susanne Sartain, daughter of Luther Benton
Sartain of Balboa Heirhts and Mrs. Amy Vincent Sartain1 of
Ancon, was married last evening at seven o clock in the CSJ-
thedral of St. Lnke, Ancon, to William Hubtard Clark, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Clark of Richmond, Virginia. The
Very Reverend Raymond T. Ferris. Dean of the Cathedral,
read the marriage service and pronounced the blessing.
The traditional wedding marches were Played for the
processional and recessional by the organist, Earl C. Keeney.
Before the service, Robert Sehults sang The Lords Prayer
and the marriage hymn "O Perfect Love.
cers Club in .honor of ten officers
of the Chilean Air Force, who
Easter lilies filled the altar
vases and palms were used In the
chancel and at the rood screen.
The central aisle and the sanc-
tuary were lighted with candles
in floor candelabra .and the pews
were tied with white satin rib-
bons and nosegays of white flow-
en.
The bride was escorted and
Slven In marriage by her father.
he wore a wedding gown of ivo-
ry colored satin with a redin-
gote of chantllly lace, made with
a high neck, long sleeves, and a
fulllength train. Her tulle veil
was held by a cap of eeed pearls.
She carried bride's roses.
The bride's attendants wore
bouffant gowns of taffeta and
nylon tulle In pastel shades and
carried varl-colored bouquets of
gladioli. The flowers In their hair
matched their bouquets. Mrs.
John Denys Mayles, matron of
honor wore pink; Miss Alice Dar-
lington, green; Miss Mary New-
land, yellow; Miss Nina Norman,
orchid color; Mise Liona Sears,
aquamarine blue; and Miss 8u-
sanne Unkle, corn-flower blue.
The bride's sister, Joan Sartain,
and Virginia Louise Metzler. were
flower girls. Their frocks were of
pale pink nylon tulle and taffeta
and they carried nosegays of pink
carnations.
William Ezell of Nashville,
Tennessee, was best man and the
ushers were William Young Boyd,
Stanley Fldanque, John Denys
Mayles, Robert Medinger, and
Thomas Newcomer.
Immediately after the ceremo-
ny a reception was held In Bishop
Morris Hall which was decorated
with green and white bamboo,
palms and a profusion of white
lilies and white cadena-de-amor.
For the wedding the bride's mo-
ther chose a gown of sapphire
blue lace with a small hat of
matching lace and a eorsage of
orchids. Assisting at the recep-
tion were Mrs. Luther Benton
Sartain, Mrs. A. C. Darlington,
Mrs. F. H. Irwln. Mrs. Lewis B.
Moore and Mrs. W. L. Simpson.
The bride was educated in the
schools of the Canal Zone and
at Ward Belmont College in
Nashville. Mr. Clark prepared for
college at Woodberry Forrest
School, Woodberry Forrest, Vir-
ginia, and is an alumnus of Van-
derbilt University, where he af-
filiated with Kappa Sigma frat-
ernity. He Is a chemical engineer
with E. I. duPont de Nemours in
Old Hickory, Tennessee.
Mr. Clark and his bride have
[one to trjeHotel Washington in
:olon for rfcwxbjyg.'They will
eave by airplane Sunday for New
Orleans where they will spend a
veek. After April 15 they will be
t home at the Riverside Apart-
ments, 106 Jones Street, Old Hlck-
T. For travelling the bride wore
navy blue suit with white ac-
lories.
General and Mrs. Kiel
intertain for Visitn
The Commanding Oeneral. Ca-
lbbean Air Command, and Mrs. .
toll C. Kiel gave a cocktail party er of white orchids.
1st evening at the Albrook Offi- Miss Elverene Smith, Lleute-
wre the guests of the Caribbean
Air Command Monday and Tues-
day. The visitors were here on
their return to Chile from a tour
of Air Force bases in the United
8tates.
Among the guests invited to
the party were the Ambassador Of
Chile and Mrs. Manuel Hidalgo
Plaza, the Charge d'Affaires of
the United States and Mrs. Mur-
ray M. Wise, Lt. Oeneral and Mrs.
William H. H. Morris, Jr., Rear
Admiral and Mrs. Albert M. Bled-
soe, Major Oeneral and Mrs. Ray
E. Porter, Brigadier Oeneral and
Mrs. Robert L. Howze, and Briga-
dier General and Mrs. Francis A.
March.
Entertaining at Dinner
The First Secretary of the Unit-
ed States Embassy and Mrs. Al-
bert E. Carter are entertaining
at dinner tonight at their resi-
dence on Avenida Federico Boyd
in Bella Vista.
Dr. Briscoe Going to
College of Physicians Meeting
Dr. Cornelius DeWitt Briscoe of
Bella Vista Is leaving tonight hv
airplane for the United 8tates. He
is an alternate on the Board of
Governors of the American Col-
lege of Physicians and will at-
tend the annual meeting of the
college in St. Louis April 8 to 13.
Before going to St. Louis Dr.
Briscoe will visit his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
erick Walcutt Terman (Sally
Briscoe) In Cambridge, Massa-
chusetts, and another son-in-law
and daughter. Lieutenant Thom-
as Monnett Davis, U. S. Marine
Corps, and Mrs. Davis (Ann Bris-
coe) in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylva-
nia.
After April 13 Dr. Briscoe will
go to Monroe, Oeorgla. to visit
relatives, and will return to Pan-
ama May 1.
Misa O'Neill Bride
Of Captain Whitlock
Miss Esther C. O'Neill, Lieute-
nant, United States Army Nurse
Corps, and Captain Charles T.
Whitlock, United States Army,
were married yesterday after-
noon at five-thirty o'clock at the
Fort Clayton Chapel by the Rev-
erend Father Hayes. The bride, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
O'Neill of Cresson, Pennsylvania,
Is stationed at Fort Clayton Hos-
pital and Captain Whitlock Is
with the Ordnance Section at
Corozal. He Is a son of Mrs. C. H.
Whitlpck and the late Mr. Whlt-
loosj . Richmond. Virginia.
The nuptial muslo was plaved
by Sgt. Larry Townsend. White
lilies and tropical greens decor-
ated the chapel. In the absence
of her father, the bride was giv-
en in marriage by Colonel Wil-
liam D. Oraham, commanding
officer of the hospital. She wore
an afternoon dress of white lace
and taffeta with a headdress of
lace and seed pearls and carried
a white prayer book with a show-
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nant Army Nurse Corps, came
from her post In Puerto R>co to
be maid of honor. She wore a
own of blue organdy made over
affeta, a .matching headdress of
tulle and flowers, and carried a
nosegay of white gardenias and
blue plumbago. Lieutenant John
T. Reinemayer was best man.
An Informal reception at the
Fort Clayton Officers Club was
followed by a wedding supper at
El Panama Hotel for members of
the bridal party.
Captain and Mrs. Whitlock will
be at El Panam Hotel and In
the Interior of Panam for a few
days. They will be at home after
April 15 at quarters 146-B. Fort
Kobbe.
Search Party Head Recounts Tale
Of Trek Through Dank RP Jungles
Reception Tonight to Honor
Mr. and 'Mrs. Thompson
The National League of Ameri-
can Pen Women, Canal Zone
Branch, has issued Invitations for
a reception at the Hotel Tivoll
tonight from 8 to 10 In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson of
Tacoma, Wash.. Mr. Thompson, a
well known lecturer on world af-
fairs, will give an informal talk,
during the evening, on his obser-
vations of Southeast Asia. He and
Mrs. Thompson spent five
months last vear. travelling in
Southeast Asia. Mrs Thompson
Is a member of the Seattle
Branch of the Pen Women.
D.
Major and Mrs. Ceeley
Entertain Informally
Major and Mrs. William
Ceeley entertained at cocktails
last evenine at their quarters at
Albrook Field.
Among their guests were Lt.
General and Mrs. William H. H.
Morris. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Consldine. Mr. and Edwasd
Pool who are at El Panama Hotel
for a few days. Mr. Consldine Is
a news correspondent and well-
known radio and television com-
mentator. Mr. Pool Is an execu-
tive In charge of advertising for
the Klrkeby Hotels Corporation.
Others attending the party In-
cluded Captain H. C. Johnson,
USN, and Mrs. Johnson, Captain
Thomas K. Wright. USN, and
Mrs. Wright, Colonel and Mrs. R.
P. Eaton, Colonel and Mrs. J. W.
Bowen, Lt. Colonel nnd Mrs. H.
W. Waesche. and Lt. Colonel and
Mrs. D. B. Wilson.
Miss Gargliano Arrives
For Visit Here
Miss Jane Gargliano. a member
of the staff of the Readers' Di-
gest at Pleasantvllle, New York,
recently arrived from her home
in Bedford Hills N.Y., for an ex-
tended visit with her sister, Mrs.
William Hamma, on Barnaby
Street, Balboa.
Mr. and Mr*. Thompson
Leaving Tomorrow
After a week's stay here as the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles P. Morgan at Mlraflores.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson of
Tacoma, Washington, are leav-
ing tomorrow morning by air-
plane for Guatemala. They have
spent several months travelling
in South America and will visit
Guatemala and Mexico before re-
turning to their home.
Mr. ami Mrs. Zelgler Honored
By Mr. and 'Mrs. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams
gave a cocktail party last eve-
ning at their residence In Balboa
in honor of Mr, and Mrs. L. Zelg-
ler of Los Angeles. California.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeigler are stop-
ping at El Panam Hotel for a
few days on their way to Quito.
Ecuador, where they will visit
their son.
Notice to Members
Of I.A.W.C.
Members of the Inter-Ameri-
can Women's Club who are plan-
ning to visit the National Muse-
um in Panam Friday are asked
to meet at the club headquarters,
at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Mercedes P. de
Garca Correa will conduct the
tour of the museum.
The THING ...
Don't Just stand there,
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This is a simple story, a rather
sad story, but a story which
should be told. This is a story of
how the Army looks after its own,
although its own may be dead.
This Is the story of how a party
of five men, two of them from
the military, went into the dank
tungles of. the Atlantic side to
ring out' the bones of a man
long dead, a man who may be one
of three Air Corps men (It was
the Air Corps of the Army before
It was the Air Force).
Just whose these bones may be,
the Army Is not yet prepared to
say. It may not know for some
time. Enough have been recover-
ed to make identification possi-
ble, and yesterday, toward that
end, a dental chart was being
prepared by dental surgeons at
the Fort Clayton Hospital.
What this chart Indicates will
not be known until it is compar-
ed with those of the three long
missing men, and their charts
may have to be dug up from the
files of the Army in a records
warehouse. And once establish-
ed, the findings will not be an-
nounced here, where the body
was recovered. Instead, the fam-
ily of the missing manIf lt be
an Army manwill learn first
that their son. or husband, or
brother has at last been found.
This Is the story of the search,
s recounted yesterday to news-
men by Army Lt. Matt R. Wag-
ner of the Graves Registration
service.
The first that the Army knew
that a body, now only a skeleton,
had been found was when a lo-
cal afternoon daily reported from
Colon that a skull and a long
bone had been found in the Jun-
gle near Code del Norte by a
party of rubber hunters.
The men, Abraham Racero,
Manuel Muoz and Clementlno
Gonzlez, had stumbled onto the
skeleton In the jungle west of the
little coastal town of Code del
Norte on Washington's birthday.
They turned the bones they
brought out of the jungle over
to the village's alcalde. Vidal
Gonzlez, and early this month
he brought them to Colon, a stiff
two-day hike away.
Knowing that the three Air
Corps menone of them Lt.
George McClung had disappear-
ed In this general area (which
his mother had visited a year
laterthe Army dispatched Lt.
Wagner and Spanish-speaking
Sgt. James R. Andonaegui In an
Air Force helicopter to the scene.
(Sgt. Mark Logan was to have
accompanied Wagner and the
latter did not learn that he had
a substitute for some hours. He
had expected Logan and Ando-
naegul's cape was stenciled "Lo-
gan.")
Arrangements for the search
were made on Mar. 19. and on
Mar. 22 the two men flew Into
Code del Norte to make the long
trek Into the Jungle. They car-
ried provisions for two men for
three days. Instead, these rations
had to be stretched by the addi-
tion of 10 pounds of flour (fried
by their guide into dough-balls)
to serve five men for four days.
At Code del Norte, Wagner and
Andonaegui met Muoz, one of
the rubber hunters, who was to
guide them to the skeleton. They
hired two other men to act as
bearers.
The only way Muoz knew to
reach the spot where the bones
had been found was to retrace
his steps of a month before and
these were roundabout. Had they
been able to go directly up a riv-
er which' empties into the ocean
a few miles from Code del Norte
they could have cut their dis-
tance by many miles, but Muoz
was not certain that- he could find
his way that way.
All day last Thursday they
went uprlver by cayuco, some-
times against a slow current,
sometimes poling through rapids.
They spent the first night under
a raised house which his guides
told Wagner was the last dwelling
on the river.
The next day they were off at
6 a.m., as straight as they could
go through jungle so thick they
couldn't see the sun. Muoz had
marked his trail when he came
out a month before, but Wagner
told reporters he didn't see. even
so, how the rubber hunter ever
found his way. Friday night they
stopped at a lean-to which Mu-
oz had built.
There cold rations and the
steady pull of the two previous
days took their toll of Wagner.
He became 111 and could not go
on. The others continued the
next day, leaving the lieutenant
behind, and found the skeleton,
MuOB leading them unerringly
to the spot.
The bones were lying.on a riv-
er bank, and the Army party be-
lieved that the body may have
been swept down river in a flood.
There was no trace of clothing,
not even buttons or shoe eye-
lets. There was a long strip of
narrow leather like a belt, but
much too long to have been used
"by an ordinary man," Wagner
said. The party searched In a ra-
dius of 25 feet all around the re-
mains, and a half mile up the
little river without finding any-
thing else. There were no signs of
any aircraft wreckage.
Everything the searchers found
was packed into a box and
brought out, to be used for iden-
tification.
Then came the long and round
about trip back. The return trip,
Lboth overland to the river and
down the river to Code del Nor-
te, was made on Sunday but all
of the group was watersoaked,
weary and footsore when they
finally reached the village that
night.
Wagner established from the
villagers that no native had dis-
appeared, fixed the dates when
floods were high enough to have
washed a body down to where
the skeleton had been found,
asked that they let him know if
anything else were found.
Now all that can be done is to
wait for the identification to be
tried. Dr. C. Lewis- Oazln of the
Smithsonian will be asked to look
at the bones with an Idea of de-
termining race and age. Later,
when he comes back from the
jungle Dr. Matthew Stirling, well
known anthropologist, will be
asked to do the same.
In the meantime, the Army has
done all that can be done for
someone who may have been one
of its own.
Mrs. Dmytryck Sailing
Friday
Mrs. John Dmytryck is sailing
tomorrow on the S.S. Panam for
New York, en route to her home
in Northampton, Massachusetts.
She has spent the past few weeks
at Diablo Heights with her
daughter, Miss Florence Dmyt-
ryck, who is a teacher In the Ca-
nal Zone schools.
Mrs. King Entertains
Mrs. Anna King of Diablo
Heights gave a small dinner at
El Panam Hotel Tuesday eve-
ning for her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John 8a-
dowsky of Jersey City. Ney Jer-
sey, who are her house guests.
Mr. Sadowsky is sailing tomor-
row on the 8&. Panam for New
York. His wife and young son,
John, expect to return to Jersey
City about the middle of 'April.
Mr. and Mrs. Starrett
Move to Curundu
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Starrett
moved Monday from Margarita to
Curundu.
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V teaspoon nvtmag
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1 'A feoipoom vonMa
2 >ggi, unbeaten
Yt cup shortening
1 H cupi tifiad flour
M cup Doryeo i MAIZENA*
1 cup wgar
1'/) teaspoons baking powder
Vt teaspoon baking toda
Vi laotpoon toll
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unbeaten eggs. Stir until all flour is dampened, then beat 250
strokes (about 2 M minu,tta). Scrap* bowl and spoon of ten through-
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THURSDAY, MARCH M, 1151
IN HOLLYWOOD...
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guys
and Dolls: Silver-haired Ezlo
Pinza's leading ladles get young-
er and younger with 19-year-old
Elizabeth Taylor the latest movie
doll pleading with MOM to let
him warble Into her ear.
First it was Mary Martin In
"South Pacific." then younger
Lna Turner In "Mr. Imi>eri-
um" and now even younger Ja-
net Leigh in "Strictly Dishon-
orable." .
Is It bad?" was Ezlo s grinning
comment about his younger-
than-sprlngtime loves.
An opera sequence in the Doy-
meets-girl background for the i
Pinza-Leigh co-starrer. Ezio calls
for his sword and Janet, by mis-
take hands him one that's been
held over a hot flame. Heroes
heserk. starts a one-man not and
the scenery comes tumbling
"Hollywood is wonderful,"
sighed Ezlo. "They couldn't find
an opera In which such a thing
could happen so MGM hired a
couple of guys to write one.
Remember Lillian Roth, the
blg-volced. lively-eyed lass who
scored in "Honey" and "The Love
Parade" In the early 1930 s, then
dropped out of sight for years?
Lillian's back in Hollywood
and ready to hit the comeback
trailthis time as a dramatic
actress. She told me: "I was an
actress before Ernst Lubitsch
persuaded me to sing. I don t
want anything big. I just want
to work."
Her life story is now being
edited by Mike Connolly of va-
riety and negotiations are under
wav for a publisher. In her book.
Lillian will tell the full story of
her struggle with alcoholism. And
Hollywood can take a bow for
making a picture that helped Lil-
lian overcome her Illness. She
smiles: ...
It was "The Lost Weekend. I
saw It and Immediately went to
Dr. A. A. Brill for help. Out of
that came mv cure."

Cy Howard can't wait for the
critics to throw bouquets at him
for "That's Mv Boy," the Jerry
Lewis-Dean Martin flicker that
he wrote. He's flipping the gla-
dioli in the air and catching them
himself.
I saw the picture and it's so in-
telligent that I couldn't believe 1
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wrote it," Paulette Goddard's fa-
vorite escort told me. "This script
wrote me instead of me writing
the script. It's a big thrill to see a
two-hour picture and know that
every word is yours."
This fall, Cy transfers his two
brain children, "My Frlend'Irma"
and "Life With Lulgl" to the TV
channels. With Marie Wilson, J.
Carrall Nalsh and all the regu-
lars, I wanted to know?
"Everybody has to be twice as
good to get the same jobs on TV,"
Cy said. "There may be cast
changes.'"
Gloria de Haven is giggling
over her three-year-old Tom-
my who is well on his way to
becoming another Bob Hope.
A rare full length shot of Kate
Smith on her video program
brought Tommy to his feet with
the yell: .
"Look, ma, she's got feet.

Vic Damone's ready for kitch-
en duty, the obstacle course and
even spud-peeling now that he's
run the hazards of his first Hol-
lywood movie, "Rich, Young and
Pretty."
They mav have to remove the
clatter of his knees knocking to-
gether from the sound track, Vic
confided, but "at least they're
saying hello to me on the lot and
that's a good sign."
First peril that gave the warb-
ler the shakes was the kiss he
had to give Jane Powell.
"I was scared, but Jane said
not to worry about it," Vic
sighed. "The dancing threw
me, too. Thev mav have to take
it out of the picture. I looked
stiff. Why not be honest about
It? I'm a singer, not a dancer."

Irish film newcomer Dan
O'Herlthy Is making with the
sword for the third time since he
was brought to Hollywood fol-
lowing his click In the Britteh-
made "Odd Man Out." It's "The
Highwayman" currently, b u t
Dan recalled his first swordplav
with Orson Welles In ('Macbeth
"We were using double-edged
heavy swords. Orson suggested
that we dismiss the doubles and
do the fighting ourselves. I tried
to fake it, but he yelled for me to
aim at the center of his head and
lay it on. When I turned pale, he
told me: 'If you kill me, there;;
be no Orson Welles, but well
have a great picture.'"
Welles is after him to jump to
Europe for his production of "Sa-
lome" but Dan has too many
Irons in the Hollywood fire.
"Last time I saw him," mused
O'Herllhy, "he hit me on the back
and said, 'Come to Italy and live
my lad!' I guess It's fashionable
to sneer at Welles, but he still
has more than the next guy.'
Baldies Bolder
BONN, Mar. 29 (UP) Dr.
Herbert L. Schrader, German
physician, said here today
that his lifelong study of hu-
man hair convinced him that
baldheaded men are far more
nassionate than those wilt
lots of hair.
As for women, Schrader
said, the most emotional fe-
males are those with lonr,
narrow* eyebrows.
Meeting on Program
For Recreation Set
At Pedro Miguel
Any persons Interested In or-
ganizing a summer recreation
program at Pedro Miguel are
urged to attend a meeting to-
morrow at 7:30 p.m. in the base-
ment of the Union Church.
The meeting has been called
by H. H. Corn and will be at-
tended by Mrs. G. O. Parker,
Coordinator of the Summer Re-
creation Program, v/ho will as-
sist the group In planning the
summer activities.
A committee will be named
at the meeting- to direct sum-
mer activities in Pedro Miguel.
The choice of the courses to be
offered in this community will
also be made and supplies for
the summer program will be or-
dered.
Not 100 Proof
LONG BEACH, California,
Mar. 29, (UP) Adolf Hitler';
bullet proof, fire proof, bomb
proof, armored automobile Is
not burglar proof.
Owner Harry Arslan, who Is
exhibiting the auto on tour, re-
ported to the police here today
that someone stole $175 from
the car's trunk while it was
parked on a downtown street.
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8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00NEWS
9:15STAND BY FOR ADVEN-
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9:30As I See It
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Closure Postpones
Legion Post Dance
The dance which had been
planned by Bertram T. Clayton
Post No. 7 of the American
Legion for tomorrow nlgfat has
been postponed until April 14,
post officers announced today.
The April 14 dance will be
held at the Hotel Tlvoll. It was
originally to have been given
at the allflsh Club which Is
now closed.
The dance is the second an-
nual birthday dance to be given
by the Legion Post.
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Walter Winchell
In New York
THE GRANDEST CANYON
Broadway Chop-Chop: Insiders report Barbara Hutton'a ap-
peal for a divorce In Mexico Hopped because someone "was
reached".. Toby Deane (who rate. It) Anally jot a break on
WJZ-teevy via "The Krelsler Bandstand" program. She la star-
duat... It's a gel at the Geo. O. Wallbrldges of the oc. reg He
pubUshes Carnival. Mama is the dghtr ot the famed Dr. Ray,
rector of Ltt Church Around the etc. Chas. McGee the Pan-
American publicity expert, and Mary McGoldr ck lol the polit-
ical tribe i will raise their own little pi pts starting April 14. In
Miami sports matters Jerry, and Phil Welnberg are identical
twins Thev announce bouts, etc. Popular with the crows... Don
Lohbeck (stooge lor Gerald L. K. Smith In Missouri) Just ran for
Congress in a special election there. The soandso got 222 votes
out dt more than 45,000 iHmfffrrrpppp!) Warning: Look out
for a guv who says his name Is Harry Hunt. He uses this depart-
ment's name In phony projects, etc. We Just ran him out of town
Orchid Seeds: Alan King's Paramount quipping. They are
calling him the "most original new comic since Danny Kaye".
Jack Zero's comedy ditty tagged "Love Flew Out the Win-
dow"... Buddy Rich's musical background at the Strand...
Harvey Stone's new routine. "Hera We Go Again"... The
Kenny' (and Alan Gerad's) new waits click, "My Inspir-
ation"... BUI Mauldln's "Up Front" movie with David Wayne
and Tom EwaU... Lee Wiley's new must-album: "Night in
Manhattan."
Manhattan Murals: The Rolls-Royce (MA-133) which parks
on 5th (near the park zooi almost dally. The chauffeur takes a
French poodle for Its stroll to sneer at us peasants... Major Cab-
in Restaurant: The addreu of which is the one always used to
amuse out-of-towners: "Tolty-Tre west Toity-Toid Street!"....
The tiniest black French poodle In town at the Gladstone Hotel.
Its name Is "Oui-Oul" (Wee-wee i. same initials as its pretty
owner... The Phllly phellow reading the complete page of syn-
dicated gossip colyums In the Phila. Inquirer sarcastlng: "He
has more Imitators than readers!"
Sounds in the Night: At Thistle Inn: "She has something
that could knock yer eye out. Her husband!"... In Llndy's:
"Truman says he will let history judge him, not the press.
He forgets tomorrow's history is made from today's news-
papers'' .. At the Village Vanguard: "You know the type.
Footloose and Pansy-free"... In the Singapore: "I go steady
with her and she goes steady with everybody"... At the Roos-
evelt Grill: "Costello won't show his face on television. Who
does he think he is Faye Emerson?"... At Cafe Tokay:
"She's as dumbutante"... In the Honey Bamboo Room: "The
only gambling joint open in Florida after midnight is Harry
Truman's card game."
Labor News
And
Gunment
The Late Watch: Hypocrisy Item: A Toronto paper 'and
many American gazettes i editorializes against gambling but lists
complete racing results dally... The most nervous people in
the land are union people who are linked with those going
through the wringer now... The Rltz Freres and Bas-Sheva aie
the new clicks at Copa City... Eve Michel of Chi. (and Copa
City choir i is an upcoming Look cover... Aside to Mrs. Sam Gold-
win: Remember when vou carried on over an item here more
than year ago? About secretly doing a book on Hollywood-
even though Sam doesn't know vet that vou have written it'
(Nawdv girl)... The biogest upheaval In years will happen In
August (perhaps) at a post meridian paper. Not Hearst-owned
Many head will roll... Remember when a ham sandwich was-
n't tw-thirds lettuce?... It is Joe Epstein (not Ikei, as Virginia
Hill state dto newspapers... Aside to the Hon. Judge 8am Lelb-
owitz: How can mv microphone anfj typewriter help you and
the people in exposing corrupt Judges, if any?
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CORRECT CONSTITUTION
Balboa, C.Z
Dear Editor of the Mail Box:
The following is addressed to
the Legal-Eagle of Diablo, who
recently misquoted portions of
the Constitution of the U.illed
Stales in the Mail Box.
By re-reading the Constitution
he might find that Article 1, Sec-
tion 9. clearly states that Con-
gress shall pass NO "BUI of at-
tainder or EX P08T FACTO
laws." A little further, in Article
1. Section 10. It says the Otates
will NOT pass any "ex post facto
laws."
So turning to page 295 of the
Funk and YVagnails Desk Dic-
tionary. 4th word down In the
upper left hand corner we find,
and I quote verbatim, "ex post
facto. Arising or enacted sf'er
the fact; Retroactive; as ex post
facto laws."
Therefore candid reasoning
results In the following: The
Constitution of the United States
firmly and clearly states that
Congress, and the States them-
selves shall NOT pass any EX
POST FACTO, or, RETROAC-
TIVE laws.
Seems as if the Retroactive
feature to the Income tax is
slightly illegal. (Page 400, Diego!,
Contrary to the law.)
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By Victor Ritstl
HOLLYWOOD I'd thrown
my windows wide open ana, as
my smokelliled notei room emp-
tied of the acrid air of a long
bull session, everytnlng seemeu
real and normal over Hollywood
Blvd. the light* over Orau-
man's Chinese Ineatre, the sha-
dowy looming hiils, (he night
club noises aownstairs.
Yet, I'd Just been told that
the Communist party still runs
such a tough political unaer-
world and secreu little govern-
ment, of its own here that the
movie colony's labor leaders be-
lieve the Stalinists mignt throw
some violent terror around
siiui tly.
These solid, sober and ut-
teny unexcuaoie sluaio tao-
or c/iie/s actually eared
iiiat me rany cell nere
would uy to rougn up some
actor, wi iter or airec.or wno
haa promised quietly to un-
wrap the enure Stalinist
network in surpris testi-
mony be/ore congiess in
mid-April, mat's wnen Con-
gressional prootrs will reveal
wno the 4u or 50 Pariy-cara
nolders are in cuts pu and
ptxie-ish glamor town.
And the Commie machine is
iterating sirlciiy unaercove
anu through ironw out op-
eiaiing riant tnia ininuie, aes-
plie Korea and tne coming
nouse Hearing. Even as uan*
t'arns was Dieeding anu meal-
ing un ine House witness bencn,
n- ex-coim aaes were oigauumg
a new ineaue group, attracting
new young people lor whom
they nave every tiling, lrom a
cnance to act, to special com-
mittees to aid the comrades in
divorce trouoles.
The top Commie movie studio
activists, nowtver, alsappeareu.
iwo federal Investigators, one
with secret service training,
spent weens out here trying io
lind them. Instead, they lounu
tneir homes shuttered, tneir lur-
nlture moved ana tneir tracks
covered.
Some time ago, one of the
major stuatos nail completed
raiang ana editing an ex-
pensive Class A film costing
close to fl.QOOftuu. The ex- >
ploltailon people wen ready-
ing their publicity. But what
tnsy didn t know was that
the Parly had given orders
that the picture was to be
killed million bucks or
not.
The film, an anti-Nail thriller
lala in a Latin land, Just didn't
suit the Party Hlerarcny here,
it was net so speclilc in its an-
tl-totalltailanlsm that its anti-
Nazism couldn't be misinterpret-
ed as anti-Communism. So one
day one of the writers, a Party
member, visited the dlre:tor, also
a Party member.
Bluntiy, the writer repeated
his Party instructions:
"The Party will consider this
plctuie anti Communist,' he
warned. "And it must De kill-
ed."
The director forgot his disci-
plinary training In Party cadres
as his normal instincts revolted
(a revolt which will soon make
film history, by the way.) But
the film is completed lie said,
and Is anti-Nazi. And it cost
about il.OOu.OOO, no minor detail,
he added. So they disagreed, and
then what occurred could hap-
ien only In that weird nether-
and of Stalinist activity.
An arbitrator was assigned.
Imagine the weirdness ot all
this the Party expected this
director to go to his studio chief
and give some reasons for kill-
ing a heavy Investment, or re-
shooting certain scenes at ter-
rific cost on some pietext. And
only because of the whim of a
Party agitation propaganda
chief (agitprop). The man who
arbitrated was one oi those who
already have defied the House
Committee.
On of the toughest op-
eratives here was the one
man who apparently has
been overlooked by the House
firobers, as well as the local
nvestigatory agencies. Until
this column exposed him by
name, George Willner, ad-
dress, telephone number and
tivity, it was not known
here that he had been nomi-
nal owner of a Communist
Party magazine. Instead he
was a respected literary
agent.
Comrade Winner also worked
with some of the original Hol-
lywood 10. He is a Communist
Party member, high in the ma-
chine, and was so smooth that
he actually Joined the Los An-
geles Auxiliary Poll:e during the
war. He was In close contact
with virtually all the key fig-
ures in the Communists' political
underworld here.
Why Isn't he shoved into the
spotlight? He knows more about
activity, it was not known
more about infiltration of the
studios, more about getting Com-
mie propaganda on the screen
and more about disciplining
writers, actors and directors
than his lieutenants who will be
paraded uv front
Let's get him to talk.
Copyrhjht 1951, eit-Hll Syndicate,
Ain't It Wonderful What a Spring Moon Will Do?,
*ffi *WSk
TV-Kefauver, Inc.
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. One of the modern miracles
a entertainment has Just come, to pass in this
wonderful and peculiar city. Time, practically,
nas been made to stop, and human Interest has
been more thoroughly captured than at any
specific period I can remember, including the
big prize fights and the World Series.
The big bloodbath of the Kefauver hearings,
a", sprayed to the multitudes by television, has
brought the economy of the city to a semi-
standstill. Work went undone. Stenographers
yacked when they might have been typing.
Trade fell off at the stores and In the night
clubs and in the various sidebars of show busi-
ness.
The city was simply enthralled enthralled
by a blgegr show than "South Pacific," a bigger
spectacle than the old DSmpsey appearing
against Luis Angel Flrpo. For once crime was
bigger than Babe Ruth as a crowd pleaser. The
fascination was not merely applicable to the
idler and the bar fly. Beds were unmade in
homes of generally Impeccable neatness, and
dishes went unwashed, because ma was glued to
the TV set or to the radio. In case of no
video facilities.
Merely by use of a medium which until re-
cently was regarded as a tool of pure entertain-
ment, an Ambassador. Mr. O'Dwyer. has been
summoned home and forced to admit shocking
facts of political alliance with organized hood-
lumlsm. Sen. Kefauver. by his ring mastership
of the biggest show on earth, now strides Into
the scene as a potential candidate for lofty of-
fice. His head start Is possibly bigger than
Harry Truman's when Truman was bossing his
bloodhound committee during World War II.
This begins a fresh epoch. It Is entirely pos-
sible that Kefauver may be a Presidential, or
at least a Vice-Presidential candidate, and this
he accomplishes bv what the trade calls being
telegenic. "Telegenic" would mean that he
comes out of the set looking like a rose "Lta-
colnesque" Is a term already, applied to him by
a news service.
A new concept, thereby, Is opened In what it
takes to make a successful politico. His plat-
form is no longer the rear end of a private
train if he ain't good lor the cameras and
sound you can bury him deep on the lone prai-
ree.
Simultaneously you have encountered a new
type of trial by fire. The man whose presence
Is not up to tne demands of hot llgnt, record-
ing devices and public embarrassment, Is apt to
be damned In the common eye before he has
been formally charged with any legal sin.
Frank Costello'a refusal to be televised placed
the onus of guilt squarely on his neck. I be-
lieve that at least once he was referred lo as
"the defendenl" bv his own lawyer, although
r> was called only as witness. By questioning,
before a gaping audience, a man can be firmly
established as guilty in the general view of
crimes he has not been accused of before a Jury
of his peers. .
This Is both good and bad. In smoking out
some of the O'Dwyer testimony, the firm of TV-
Kefauver has done a tremendous service. Evi-
dence has come into focus that possibly could
not have been secured otherwise, but for a fair-
ly sinister reason. The man who ducks his ap-
pearance before the inquisitors admits a guilt
which probably could not be nailed down in a
court house, and hangs himself as high as Ha-
n.ari before the public.
The potential Is tremendous. From now on, a
new concept of acceptance must be admitted in-
t. politics, into big business, into susceptibility
to anv attack from anybody. The $84 question
b not, now, whether the man is competent, in-
competent, guilty or innocent. His public will
be more concerned with how he comes out on
the screen.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
MEN WITHOUT COUNTRIES
BERLIN. You could see that the wiry lit-
tle man with the round, nigh-colored face had
pnioaoly been goou with hu horses he was
a veterinary captain In a Soviet artillery regi-
ment who nad as they say, "chosen freedom.
Despite his horrloly snabby castofi clotnes ne
retained an air of competence, and his Rus la.n
peasant vitality prevented him from being truly
rt i iiar 11 / 'i c t
Yet alter eighteen months of freedoms privil-
eges, after eighteen months of interrogation
centers and DC camps and Ufe as an outcast,
this natural vitality of tne young captain naa
been veiled bv an almost visible melancholy.
Melancholy seemed in fact to have settled upon
him slowly but relentlessly, as duet settles upon
the forgotten furniture in an abandoned house.
He llnlshed his schnapps In one gulp and sum-
med up his problem In a single tragic ques-
tion:
"Do you really think we were right to come
over all ot us who left the Soviets lor this
life on a dustheap, or should ws have stayed
with our own people?" .. .
Tne little man with the tragic question Is
worthy of more than momentary consideration
as a symbol ot a missed opportunity. The op-
portunity is Berlin, an island oi freedom in
the midst of the Soviet zone of Germany. Here
in Berlin, this reporter has Just completed a
rather prolonged exploiatlon of the various re-
sistance and liberation movements. German and
Russian, which have their main or advanced
bases here.
It was a decidedly curious experience. At tne
suburban house which is the headquarters of
Theodore Frledenau's Committee of Free Jurists
of the Soviet Zone, more than 100 East Germans
crowded the anterooms to report injustices |>y
the Communist hierarchy, which would then be
investigated and publicized. An equal crowd
milled in the anterooms of the Kampfgruppe
of Paul Tilllch and Ralner Hildebrandt. the
center of a more conventional political resist-
The East bureau of the Socialist party, after
its fearfu. losses by police terror In 1948, made
no such popular Impression, yet its leaders were
confident of their power to keep their party
alive in East Oermany. And the tiny office re-
sembled nothing so much as a dim little speak-
easy where frightened men and women got trips
westward Instead of a drink.
All these organizations nad their own marked
characters, \et an conveyed common impres-
sions llrat oi tne tremendous posslDle useful-
ness of Berlin as a base ot neeoom amid the
cast zone slavery, and second, an impression
that this useiulness was not ueing turned to
account because none oi these enoits in Berlin
was using enectlvely supported by tne Western
world.
Yet It was only when one saw and talked to
the Russians wno had lied tne iron grip oi
tneir society since tne war, tnat one reanzeu
now stupid, anu even how oiutai, our govern-
ments nave been in their dealings with his
prooiem. me snocking situation mat once pre-
vailed, when Russian political fugitives were
boldly returned to the M.U.B. has at least been
remedied. But these poor people wno nave
responded to our propaganaa are none tne less
well represented by- the little man described
above, with nis neart-breaking inquiry.
They were all the same the veterinary cap-
tain, the armored lorce sergeant, the wile oi a
secret police oincer. shivering in sleezy artificial
slix, ana tne lonner neau ot tne communica-
tions section at Carlsnorst, the Russian head-
quarters, wno had brought l.ls whole lamlly out
with the help of frienas in the secret police
even among them there are some who are dis-
contented."
All had been interminably interrogated, the
communications oilicer for no less than two
continuous years. Wnen the interrogations end-
ed, all had been Huns upon the austheap, as
the veterinary captain.said, and were now eking
out a wearv existence in one of the grim D.P.
cuinps. All had come hoping much from the
free world. All had got nothing, except to be
utterly cut off from the world they knew. All
and this is the inner horror visibly re-
gretted the hard choice they had made.
In the end one did not wonder that the de-
fections, which might have almost crippled the
Russians in East Germany, have instead been
reduced to a mere trickle. One wondered ra-
ther, whv all governments nowadays, even with
the best Intentions, seem to be so utterly in-
capable of generosity or kindliness or the fine
gesture. This seems. Indeed, to ,be one of the
marks of our time. .
(Copirlght. 1911. New Yerk Bfrajd Tribune Inc.)
CU* WASHINGTON
- .r s r,i on
MERRY- GO- ROUND
ly DREW riARSON
Drew Pearson says: Marshal Petain refuses freedom; Com-
munism is more lackadaisical in Franct than Italy;
French workers are unaware of Marshall Plan benefits,
PARIS.The French Government Is in a quandary regarding
Marsnai Henri Philippe Petain, 90 years old and till confined in
the old fortress on the health-resort Isle of Yeu. The aged Mar-
shal is serving a life sentence for having collaborated with Hitler
as head of the Vichy Government, but the French Government
would like to release him. Petain, however, refuses to be re-
leased. He Is too comfortable, gets too many sympathy package*
from the U.S.A. and furthermore has a very special reason for
not wanting his freedom.
Illustrating that reason, here is an actual conversation be-
tween Petain and his wife as told by a priest who visits the
Marshal.
The fortress guard, approaching Petain where he sat read-
ing, announced: "Marshal, your wife Is here."
"Tell her I don't want to see her."
"But she Insists on seeing you."
"Just the same, tell her I don't want to see her."
The guard shifted uneasily, finally remonstrated: "But X
don't want to tell her that. It's embarrassing for me to give
a lady such a message. Won't you please see her?"
"All right," Petain yielded, "provided you stay In the room
with me and provided you only let her stay four minutes."
Madame Petain was then ushered In and stood beside hat
husband, who did not look up.
"Philippe," she finally said, "aren't you glad to see me?"
"Who Is that woman?" Petain asked the guard.
"I'm your wife, Philippe. Aren't you glad to see me?"
"She says she's my wife," the Marshal again addressed big
guard. "I have no wife. Tell her to go away."
Petain went back to reading his book and the guard ushered
Madame Petain out. When he came back, Petain remarked: "I
told you not to let her stay more than four minutes, but I did
it in two minutes." He seemed pleased with his strategy.
This is the chief reason why Petain is not released. He has
sent word to President Vincent Auriol of France that he much
prefers to remain where he is, rather than go back to his wife.
ITALIAN COMMUNISM VS. FRENCH
There's a big difference between the setback to Commulnsra
in Italy and its not-such-a-great setback in France. In Italy
a score or more of the top Communist leaders have resigned
from the party while 200,000 workers have failed to renew tneir
party membership.
But in France, Communism, at least numerically, is not on
a decisive retreat. In fact, the coming election will probably see
the Communist Party retain Its present position with approx-
imately one-third of the voters and the largest single block ot
deputies In Parliament.
There are several reasons for this. One is that French Com-
munism la more lackadaisical than in Italy. French Communist*
don't store up secret arms to fight against their country and
many probably would defend their country if Russia should
invade. Second, many French workers have signed as Communist*
under pressure from shop stewards and are not Communist* ai
heart; while many farmers vote Communist, not because they
believe In it, but because they are just perpetually agin the
government.
Another Important reason for the difference in the French
and Italian battle against Communism Is in the administration of
the Marshall Plan In France and Italy.
It's difficult to realize that there could be such a difference
in the American administration of the same program in two
dilferent countries, but there la.

U*. PROPAGANDA
In Italy for Instance, ECAdminlstrator Leon Dayton has made
public speeches encouraging the Italian Government to cooperate
In using eca funds for housing, land reform, and to help the
worklngman generally. In France, however, ECA money was pour-
ed in at the top to help factories get back In production, and
while ECA has thus helped employment, the worklngman at the-
bottom doesn't see where he has got any benefit. So he votes
Communist.
Milton Katz, ECAdminlstrator in France, probably appre-
ciates this failure. But he's newly appointed, and so far hasn't
done anything about it.
In Italy, meanwhile, Frank Gervasl, in charge of ECA Public
Information, has done a superb. Imaginative Job of getting the
Italian worker to understand housing land reform, and other
benefits which come from the United States. G*rvasl Is publish-
ing magazines, now sold on the newsstands not with an Amer-
ican label on them, but as regular Italian periodicals. They have
a large circulation and pack a powerful wallop In undermining
Communism and making friends for the U.S.A.
In contrast, Robert R. Mullen, now head of Marshall Plan
information for the entire ECA, proposed a unique French pub-
licity stunt to Helen Klrkpatrick, former ECA Information Chief
in France. Learning that French workers usually go to work on
bicycles, then hang their bicycles from the celling, Mullen pro-
posed:
"We will get two million yo-yo tops with the map of France
and 'Vive la France' painted on one side, and on the other side
a message telling how France was rebuilt through the Marshall
Plan. Then well hang a top from every bicycle and when the
French worker goes home he'll take a yo-yo top to his children.
Thus, two million French families will be talking about the Mar-
shall Plan."
Miss Klrkpatrick diplomatically scotched her boss's idea. She
knew such an array of yo-yo tops among cynical French workers
would make the United States the laughing stock of all France.
NOTEOn the other hand, John Paul David, a French artist,
has done a terrific Job of puncturing Communist propaganda
v.ith a poster campaign. Encouraged by ex-Premier Rene Plevln,
Daivd has devised such poster-slogans as "The dove that went
boom," and "Don't draft us for 18 months. We want to serve
three years as in Russia." The latter was especially effective in
combatting the Communist drive against 18 months military,
service in France.
(Copyright. 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. In*.)
PANAMA TRUST COMPANY, INC.
Special Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE
Stockholders are hereby notified that a Special Stock-
holders Meeting shall be held at the offices of the Com-;
pany, in I Street No. 20, in Panam City at 3:30 p.m. on
Monday, April 9, 1951.
The purpose of the meeting is to present and consider
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 rdele 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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CINCO CENTESIMOS
En forma burlona rechaza la China
oferta de paz del Gral. MacArthur
Dicen que es "un insulto al
pueblo chino y balandronada
que no se tomar en cuenta"
Exhorta a los soldados comunistas para que sigan
en su "lucha sagrada" en Corea
TOKIO, Mar. 29 (UP) La
Radio Comunista de China de-
clar que la oferta del General
Deber presentar
pruebas Argentina
sobre su atmica
PASADENA, California, mar-
zo 29. (UP). El doctor En-
rico Fermi, hombre de ciencia
italiano, quien dirigi la pri-
mera reaccin atmica en ca-
dena, declar que es "posible"
que se haya producido energa
atmica en Argentina,- segn
dijo el Gobierno de Buenos Al-
res, pero agreg que ese anun-
cio debe aceptarse con reserva
hasta que se presenten prue-
bas concretas.
Fermi, profesor de la Univer-
sidad de Chicago, quien se en-
cuentra aqu para una serle de
conferencias en el Instituto
Tecnolgico de California de-
clar: "Naturalmente, es una
posibilidad. Pero tal anuncio
(Pasa a la Pacna 6. Col 1)
Douglas MacArthur para una
tregua militar en Corea era una
"balandronada" y un "insulto
al pueblo Chino".
Esta transmisin de propa-
ganda es la primera reaccin
qu se publica a la oferta de
MacArthur del 24 de Marzo, de
reunirse sobre el campo de ba-
talla con los Jefes militares co-
munistas chinos para tratar
acerca una tregua.
El General de Estados Uni-
dos dijo al mismo tiempo que
un ataque, presumiblemente
por mar y aire, "sobre las re-
giones costeras y las bases en
el interior 3e China, podran si-
tuar a la China Roja en el ries-
go de un inmediato desplome
militar".
La Radio China ley la de-
claracin de quinientas pala-
bras en Chino, la cual se atri-
buy a la "Federacin General
de Ayuda China a Corea Antl-
Norteamerlcana".
La declaracin dijo que la
propuesta de MacArthur no me-
reca que se tomara en consi-
deracin por el rgimen comu-
nista, y agregaba: "Hemos
subrayado siempre, desde el
(Pasa la Pac Col n
Para el pblico se producir
medicina que cura el Cncer
Irn a Caracas
44 capitalistas de
Estados Unidos
La polica roja de Alemania
dispara sobre una caravana
que llevaba norteamerica os
BERLIN, Marzo 29 (UP) l*
Polica de Alemania Oriental
comunista dispar con pistolas
sobre una caravana de cuatro
omnibuses en que recorran es-
ta ciudad 73 hombres, mujeres
y nios norteamericanos- La a-
gresln ocurri cuando el n-
nibus abandonaba el sector so-
vitico de Berln.
Diez poildas comunistas hi-
cieron fuego sobre el terceio
y cuarto mnibis, errando a ios
tres restantes. El costado de u-
uo de los vehculos recibi va-
rios balazos. Un proyectil le
aliavez el impermeable a un
Mayor norteamericana. Otro
casi alcanz al chofer ademan.
L,as vidas de mujeres y niiios
corrieron peligro.
Los ocupantes de los omni-
buses eran militares con sue
coposas y nios, as como algu-
nos civiles. Los omnibuses ibn
a entrar en el Postdamer Plaiz,
en donde se unen los ectores
rusos britnicos y norteame-
ricano.
Tres policas rojos se coloca-
ron delante del segundo -vehwi:-
iO cuyo conductor lo desvi
bruscamente para no atrepe-
llarlos. Uno de los policas hi-
zo fuego contra los neumtioos
del mnibus, y en seguida se
e unieron ms policas y dos
(Pasa a la Pgina . Columna 6)
NUEVA YORK, Mar. 29 (UP)
El Jueves saldrn en un avin
de la Pan-American Airways pa-
ra Caracas, 44 de los principales
banqueros y hombres de nego-
cios de Detroit en un viaje areo
de tres semanas y media de 24
mil kilmetros, patrocinado por
la Cmara de Comercio y apoya-
do por el Departamento de Esta-
do y Comercio.
Los viajeros investigarn los
mtodos de fomentar el comer-
cio internacional y las posibili-
dades de Inversin de capital y la
experiencia fabril de Detroit en
relacin con el Punto Cuatro del
Presidente Truman, segn un
plan de viaje semejante al hecho
a Europa el ao pasado.
De Caracas irn a Rio de Ja-
neiro, Sao Paolo. Montevideo,
Buenos Aires, Santiago, Lima y
Panam y estarn de regreso en
Miami el 22 de Abril. Al frente
de los excursionistas Ir Charles
Fisher, presidente del National
Bank of Detroit.
Marshall espera que Estados
Unidos tendrn 3.500.000 de
soldados en lodas sus armas
Otra sucursal de
"La Prensa" ha
sido clausurada
BUENOS A I R E 8, Marzo 9
OJP) El Senador Alejandro
Giavarinl, Presidente del Co-
mit mixto del Congreso, que
investiga a La Prensa, cerro la
sucursal de este peridico en
Santa F, capital de la provin-
cia del mismo nombre. Ante-
riormente el Comit haba ce-
rrado las sucursales del peri-
dico en Rosarlo y Mar del Plata.
El Comit ya anuncio su de-
cisin de congelar los bienes ai
La Prensa. Mientras el Com'
prosegua con la directiva ir
"intervenir e investigar La
Ptcnsa". el presidente pern di-
jo a un grupo de legislador
de Correntes que sera duro
con cualquiera que trate de da-
tar" a Argentina.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 29
(U8I8> E General George
C. Marshall, Secretarlo de De-
fensa, declar que para el lo.
tie Julio las fuerzas armadas de
ios Estados Unidos llegarn a
su meta de aproximadamente
;ret, millones y medio de horr-
ores. .
Marshall expreso esa creen-
cia en una conferencia de
prensa ayer, y agreg que el De-
partamento de Defensa sollcua-
r en breve al Congreso ui.a
tercera partida suplemental. Di-
jo que ser necesario mantener
'a ininterrumpida afluencia e
material para las fuerzas -ar-
madas.
Un podero armado totai de
3,162,000 que es la cifra exacta
sealada dara a los Estados
unidos una fuerza ms del do-
u'e de la que posea cuando lo
comunistas coreanos Invadie-
ron Corea dei Sur el 25 de lu-
mo ltimo. En esa poca 'a
fuerza total armada de los Es-
tados Unidos era de 1,460,000
(Pasa a la Pag. . Cal. l>
Pern ya est
pensando en
su reeleccin
i BUENOS AIRES Mar. 29 (UF<
El Presidente Pern rehus
aclarar si se presentar como
candidato en las elecciones pic-
sidenciales de 1952, cuando un
grupo de legisladores provincia-
les de Corrientes visitaron ia
Casa Rosada.
El Presidente declar: "Creo
prematuro an decir algo, y
totoy algo cansado de nueve a-
os de lucha da y noCne. Pe-
ro cuando uno se entrega a u-
r.a causa de todo corazn, no
hay que pensar mucho una o-
a, sino slo si sta es conve-
niente a las necesidades del pas
y si el pas ganar o perder".
Tambin dijo a los legisla-
dores que ser enrgico con
quienes hagan dao a Argen-
tina. "En mi creencia uno tie-
ne que ser blando en la poli-
tica, pero cuando uno.tiene que
3er duro, hay que ser muy du-
ro. No permitiremos la accin
ue nadie que trate de daar el
pas- En eso soy inflexible. Por
tanto, cuando sea necesario,
voy a aplastar a esta gente
que daa el pas".
Gran cargamento
de frutas llega
a nuestra baha
La ciudad estara en los prxi-
mos da* invadida muy proba-
blemente de frutas recin llega-
das a la baha.
Ms de treinta barcos peque-
os de cabotaje se encontraban
hoy desembarcando frutas, prin-
cipalmente pinas y sandias.
Otras frutas eran papayas, pipas
y limones.
Tambin desembarcaban ver-
duras.
Los compradores y revendedo-
res en la baha, por otra parte,
tenan un grave problema con
las ratas y estaban tratando de
combatir los daos que estn
causando a las sandas. Varias
ratas fueron capturadas dentro
las sandias' mismas.
Los desembarcos efectuados n
estos das corresponden al pri-
mer movimiento de cabotaje pos-
terior a' la Semana Santa. Con
esta afluencia de frutas, es muy
posible que el precio de las mis-
mas tienda a bajar en el curso
de sta y la prxima semana.
Hacen explicacin
los que organizan
concurso de mambo
En relacin con declaraciones
hechas por representantes del
clero en Panam con respecto
al concurso de baile tpico pa-
nameo y del mambo clsico,
(Pasa a la Pag. (. Col. 6)
Se desea que hasta el ms
pobre pueda pagar el >alor
del maravilloso producto
Un milln de dlares de una fortuna particular se
invirti en los pacientes experimentos
CHICAGO, marzo 29. (UP).
El doctor Stevan Durovlc, des-
cubridor del "Krebiozen", nueva
arma contra el cncer, dijo que
esperaba comenzar la produc-
cin de esta medicina en Esta-
dos Unidos, tan pronto como
fuera posible, "a un precio que
hasta el pobre pueda afron-
tar".
El hombre de ciencia yugoes-
lavo, que produjo la primera
cantidad de s medicina en
Buenos Aires, dijo en una en-
trevista que comenzar a fa-
bricar nuevas candldades de
"Krebiozen" aqu, tan pronto
como la Administracin de Ali-
mentos y Medicinas lo permita.
Inmediatamente despus de te-
ner la autorizacin del Gobier-
no, comenzara a producir la
medicina en grandes cantida-
des.
El Dr. Durovlc, de 46 aos
de edad, dijo que no ha com-
partido el secreto de su frmu-
la con nadie, pero que tiene
depositada una copia de la mis-
ma en una bveda de seguri-
dad de un Banco de Chicago,
para que su hermano Marko
pueda continuar producindola
en caso de su muerte. Explic
que una de las razones del se-
creto es que no desea que la
formula caiga en manos de go-
biernos comunistas.
Durovlc formul la teora bio-
lgica en que basa su descu-
brimiento hace veinte aos,
despus de terminar sus estu-
dios- en la Universidad de Bel-
(Pasa a la Pgina t>. Columna 7)
Que se restrinja
el papel para la
prensa peronista
QUEBEC, Canad Marzo 9
'UP) El "Chronicle Tek-
Btaph" sugiri en un edltoi if.)
4ue Canada y Estados Unidos
pueden ayudar la causa Ucl
jeridico La Prensa de Buenos
Aires, influenciando a los fa-
bricantes escandinavos de pa-
pel peridico que inicien un
boycot contra la prensa Pero-
nista.
El editorial deca: "Debe te-
nerse en cuenta que tos pa.kes
cic Europa Occidental pueden u-
t>ai el papel peridico para me-
jorar causas en su lucha con
ta el comunismo". Tamicc
Uijo que aunque Canad suple
a a mayora de pases Suia-
ncricanos con un 80 por ciento
Je sus importaciones de papel
peridico, "muy poco es envia-
jo a Argentina, y los pafc-s
escandinavos son los mayoies
abastecedores de Argentina"
El peridico dijo que el boy-
cot del papel peridico para la
prensa argentina controlada pOC
Pern, "podra ayudar a la cau-
sa de La Prensa, o por lo me-
nos le creara otros' cuan' .t
problema* a pern".
Se considera que la reunin
de Cancilleres debe prestar^
ms atencin a sus problemas
WASHINGTON, febrero 29.
(UP). Allegados a la Con-
ferencia de Cancilleres Ameri-
canos dicen que hasta ahora
ha prevalecido un ambiente a-
mlstoso, pero que algunos lati-
noamericanos han expresado
3ue se ha puesto nfasis ln-
ebido respecto a las Naciones
Unidas en declaraciones ofica-
les de Estados Unidos.
Los calvos no
tienen un solo
pelo de tontos
BONN, Alemania, Marzo 29
UP) El Dr. Herbert L.
Schrader, mdico alemn dijo
que sus estudios del cabello
numano lo han convencido
que los hombres calvos ion
muchos ms apasionados fue
aquellos con grandes ca-
belleras.
Respecto s a las mujeres,
.Schrader dijo que las mujeres
ms emocionales son aquella*
con cejas largas y anf9*tas
Se dice que los miembros de
algunas delegaciones opinan
que debe ponerse ms nfasis
a los problemas del Continente
americano durante la reunin,
en vez de la situacin mundial
y las Naciones Unidas.
Los que mantienen esta opi-
nin se refieren especficamen-
te a los discursos de Truman y
el Secretarlo de Estado Dean
Acheson. Ambos subrayaron la
creencia que el hemisferio oc-
cidental no debe crear una ba-
rrera a su alrededor, sino que
deben asistir a las Naciones
Unidas en sus esfuerzos de lo-
grar la paz.
Los observadores de la con-
ferencia esperan que el sen-
timiento de que se ha hablado
mucho de las Naciones Uni-
das sea expresado oralmente
cuando la Comisin de Coope-
racin Poltica y Militar- trate
acerca la resolucin de coope-
rar con las Naciones Unidas.
Las esferas de la Conferencia
recalcan que esta resolucin y
otra acerca la cooperacin mi-
litar nter-americana, especfi-
camente determinan que cual-
quier actuacin conforme a las
clusulas de resolucin debe es-
(Pasa a la Pgina col. t,
Rpidamente progresa la
expansin militar de EE.UU.
WASHINGTON", Marzo 29
(USIS)La Intensificacin de la
produccin de los Estados Uni-
dos a un nivel cercano a los
ms altos que se alcanzaron en
la segunda guerra mundial y
el rpido crecimiento de las
fuerzas de defensa de los Esta-
dos Unidos son los dos hechos
salientes en el informe seml-
anua) que ha presentado el Se-
cretarlo de la Defensa, General
George C. Marshall.
El Informe abarca el periodo
de seis meses que finaliz el 31
de diciembre de 1950, y detalla
el precio que los ciudadanos de
los Estados Unidos estn pagan-
do por la defensa del mundo
Ubre contra la .amenaza de la
agresin comunista.
"En nuestro pas nos encontra-
mos en el camino del desarrollo
de un podero militar vastamen-
te aumentado. Hemos expandido
nuestras fuerzas armadas, de
unos 1,460.000 hombres y muje-
res del 30 de junio de 1950 a unos
2,360,000 el 31 de diciembre de
1950. (Despus del perodo com-
prendido en el informe el total
se ha acercado a las 3.000.000).
"En respuesta a la actual emer-
gencia, el Congreso ha destina-
do cerca de cuarenta y dos mil
millones de dlares para el De-
partamento de Defensa por el
ao fiscal de 1951, y veinticinco
mil millones en septiembre de
1950 y alrededor de diez y siete
mil millones 1 8 de febrero de
1951. Se autoriz una partida a-
dicional de cinco mil doscientos
millones de dlares para el pro-
grama de defensa y asistencia
mutua."
En el prefacio del Informe,
el Secretarlo Marshall dice:
"Nuestro programa actual se
encamina a la expansin pla-
neada de nuestras fuerzas ar-
madas y las de los aliados y al
establecimiento de las reservas
esenciales para caso de gue-
rra. Est asimismo ajustado a
los planes para el aumento del
ritmo de la produccin si llega
a ser necesaria la movilizacin
completa. Con este fin se hacen
actualmente compras para: a)
para adelantar, el suministro de
varios artculos crticos nece-
sarios para la produccin total:
b) para ensanchar la base In-
dustrial mediante la distribu-
cin de los contratos militares
entre el mayor nmero posible
de abastecedores competentes;
y c) para buscar facilidades a-
dlclonales y contratistas antes
de que se emprendan las ope-
raciones de tiempo extra o tur-
nes extras. De esta manera el
problema actual tiende no so-
lo a satisfacer nuestras nece-
sidades actuales sino a aumen-
tar la potencial capacidad pro-
ductiva de la industria ameri-
caan en armas y equipo mili-
tares.
Inmigracin de
Italia traer
el Brasil
ROMA, Marzo 29 (UP) Oca
omisin de inmigracin del
Gobierno del BrasU lleg por a-
vion a seleccionar cinco mi"
refugiados entre loa que se tn-
encuentran en Italia bajo jurlsdic
Jin de la Organizacin Inter-
nacional de Refugiados.
El Dr. Dulphe Plnhelre Ma-
chado, Jefe del Servicio de In-
migracin del Brasil, preside
la comisin, en la cual tambin
forman parte dos peritos en
inmigracin, un mdico y un
funcionario consular.
Brasil trata de obtener espe-
cialistas agrarios, agricultores y
peritos Industriales, asi como
un nmero limitado de mdi-
cos y dentistas que entraran al
pas bajo contratos de traba-
jo. La comisin permanecer
diez das en Italia y saldr con
idnticos propsitos para Aus-
tralia y Alemania.
Machado declar que todos ios
inmigrantes que se acepten 1-
rn al Brasil con sus familias
en barcos fletados por la Or-
ganizacin Internacional de Kc-
iuglados, y aclar.que la "edad
se limita entre 16 a 50 aos pa-
ra los trabajadores. Si la fa-
milia consiste de cinco perso-
nas, y slo tres de estas son
aptas para trabajar, todos se-
rn llevar llevados a Brasil pe-
ro slo les tres sern lncluicos
en los cinco mil que se buscan.
Un funcionarlo dijo: "Ya ne-
mos relacionado a ms de cin-
co mil que pueden ir al Brasil.
Todos han sido reconocidos por
mdicos y estn en buen estado
de salud- En su mayora son re-
fugiados italianos en la regin
de Venezia Glulla, cedida a Vu-
goeslavia en el tratado de paz.
Cruzaron la frontera poco an-
tes que se entregara la regln
l Gobierno de Belgrado".
La graduacin de
las enfermeras
ser el sbado
A las siete y treinta de la no-
ehe del prximo sbado se efec-
tuar el acto de entrega de di-
plomas a las alumnas graduan-
das de la Escuela Nacional de
Enfermeras. Se celebrar en el
edificio frente al Dormitorio de
Enfermeras y las invitaciones pa-
ra el mismo estn ya circulando.
Publicamos a continuacin el
programa y la lista de las gra-
duandas:
1. Entrada de las Graduandas.
2. Himno de la Escuela de En-
fermera.
3. Palabras de apertura por el
Dr. Ernesto Zubieta, Director M-
dico del Hospital Santo Toms.
4. Seleccin musical por la
Banda de la Polica Nacional.
5. Recitacin por la alumna de
ler. Ao Srta. Ana Bermdez.
6. Presentacin de las graduan-
das por la Directora y distribu-
cin de diplomas e insignias por
la Excma. Sra. Ministro de Tra-
bajo, Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica, Sra. Maria S. de Miran-
da.
7. Seleccin musical por la
Banda de la Polica Nacional.
8. Discurso de despedida (por
la Oraduanda Ana M. Zambrano).
9. Discurso de Clausura (por el
Dr. Mariano Grriz).
10. Voto de Florence Nightin-
gale.
HIMNO NACIONAL.
ENFERMERA
Alejandrina Ardlnes, Ana Ma-
ra Arguelles, Maria Luisa Bam-
b, Ana Maria Campos, Elsa Ma-
ra Gonzlez, Carmen A. Harri-
son O., Olga Moreno O.. Denla
Martina Poveda, Olga A. Sam,
Luca Snchez, Ana Mercedes
Zambrano.
OBSTETRICIA
Ena Bernal Acosta, Mercedes
Castillero C, Teresa M. De Gra-
da, Adela Stienne P., Raquel
Garzola Martlnelll, Dilcia Xenla
Lpez 8., Ruth R. McDonald. El-
vla Elisa Nez, Acela Romero de
Cedefio, Dafne Corlna Tappln.
Pide ms tiempo el Occidente
para romper el "impasse" con
Rusia sobre la Conferencia
PARIS, Marzo 29 (UP) El
occidente pidi ms tiempo pa-
ra estudiar la propuesta Ruaa,
que muchos diplomticos occi-
dentales creen que finalmente
terminar con el "Impasse" ea-
tre el oriente y el occidente,
haciendo posible la Conferen-
cia de los Cuatro Grandes.
Por primera ves, ayer, Rusia
estuvo de acuerdo con el occi-
dente, que el desarme alemn
podra ser discutido como una
qc las muchas causas de la ten-
sin europea. Anteriormente, !<-.;
Rusos queran que se Incluye-
ra como el asunto principal ae
la Conferencia de los Cuatro
Glandes,
Los delegados occidentales
decidieron que la nueva pio-
puesta es prometedora, pero
queran ms tiempo para con-
sultar con sus Gobiernos, l'i
delegado francs, Alexandre ?a-
rodl, quera conferenciar tele-
fnicamente con el Cancllhr
Robert Schuman, quien se en-
cuentra de visita en Washigton.
Los delegados occidentales le
pidieron al delegado ruso An-
drei Gromyko que aceptara el
plazo de 24 horas y se pospusie-
ra la reunin de hoy. Gromy^o
acept Inmediatamente.
Gromyko Introdujo la pro-
puesta rusa anoche, en una for-
ma repentina en la 19o- ro-
nrn desde que se inici la con-
ferencia.
Durante ms de tres semanas
Gromyo luch para que el a-
sunto alemn fuera incluido en
a agenda como un punto sepa-
lado, dando a entender que el
rearme alemn es la causa
principal de la tensin europea.
Tal como en sus propueta.i
anteriores, esta pedia: 1) Oc-
casion de la reduccin de ar-
mamentos de las Cuatro poten-
cias. 2) Establecimiento de un
control internacional para '
reduccin de las fuerzas araa-
das, asi como la discusin de loa
actuales niveles de armamen-
tos, y el cumplimiento de las
obligaciones de los presentes
tratados de los Cuatro Grandes.
Ms tropas enva
Irn a campos
de petrleo
TEHERAN, Marzo 29 (UP)
3e ha Informado que ms Uo-
pas de Irn han llegado a ios
campos petroleros en el sur-oes-
ie de Irn, que se eYicuentrn
en huelga.
No han llegado detalles soars
la huelga que se inici la s-
iiir.na pasada, pero se sabe que
Gran Bretaa le ha pedido al
Gobierno de Irn que garan-
tice la seguridad de los brit-
nicos que trabajan en los ci.n-
pos petroleros y el Gobierno de
Irn envi tropas desde Te-
hern.
Mientras tanto, fuentes poli-
ciales dijeron que se han dete-
nido a ms miembros del mo-
vimiento Fidalyan Islam ios
cuales se sospecha que son rtt>-
ponsables del asesinato de dos
Ministros. Por lo menos se r.an
detenido a 30 miembros de ete
giupo.
CIRCULACIN PAGA0A
AYER MAS 0E
22,400
El 31 a medio da
agasajan a Alemn
y a Ale. Arosemena
Definitivamente ser ofrecido
al medioda del prximo Sbado
el agasajo que el Sindicato de
Periodistas ha dispuesto ofrecer
a don Alcibiades Arosemena,
Primer Vlce-Presldente de la Re-
pblica y ex-Minlstro de Hacien-
da y Tesoro y al Mayor Alfredo
Alemn. ex-Mlnistro de Gobier-
no y Justicia.
La comisin organizadora in-
tegrada por los periodistas Ar-
mando Moreno G.. Rafael Peral-
ta Ortega Leopoldo Moreno es-
tn terminando todos los prepa-
rativos para este acto de reco-
nocimiento pblico a dos buenos
an.lgos de la prensa, en todas
las pocas de su vida.
De comn acuerdo se ha dis-
puesto que en este acto, que co-
menzar a lss doce del da. no
habr discursos.
Un conjimto de msicos orga-
nizado por el Maestro Charpen-
tler, amenizar al acta
Se iniciar campaa para la
construccin de Ws parques
infantiles en ste Distrito
La Alcalda de] Distrito nos
inform hoy tjue Iniciar una
campana para la construccin
de Parques Infantiles en dis-
tintos lugares de cada barrio
de la ciudad y que est soli-
citando a la Junta Municipal de
Educacin destine una partida
por B.50,000.00 para estas labo-
res.
La Junta Municipal de Edu-
cacin tiene una asignacin de
B.200,000 y se est pensando que
parte de esta suma, los cin-
cuenta mil balboas menciona-
dos, sean destinados a crear si-
tios de esparcimiento y juegos
seguros para nios.
Con este fin la Junta Muni-
cipal de Educacin y otros altos
funcionarlos de la Alcalda se
reunirn maana a las diez
de la maana en la Alcalda
para intercambiar ideas y con-
sidera el plan de la Alcalda.
Se tiene entendido que el mo-
tivo de la reunin llevar a
todos los miembros de la Jun-
ta Municipal y los funcionarios
de la Alcalda.
Se instalarn aqu
sirenas de alarma
de ataques areos
Don Antonio de Reuter, Co-
misionado de la Defensa Civil,
iaform a este diarlo que se
realizan estudios para insUiar
en lugares estratgicos de la
ciudad capital, sirenas de a-
larma de bqmbardeos areos, i-
guales a las usadas actualmen-
te en la Zona del Canal de Pa-
nam. El Comisionado de Reu-
ter agreg que este proyecto es-
t sujeto a la aprobacin con-
siguiente de las partidas desa-
liadas a la defensa civil ^ue
deben ser Incluidas en el Pre-
supuesto de este ao. El Cone-
xionado de Reuter, dijo que
entro del plan que desarroha-
(Pasa a la orina ft. col *>
Condenadas las agencias Doel
al pago de B. 156.026.60 por
la evasin de unos impuestos
Esta maana fue dictada en
la Administracin General de
aduana, la Resolucin No. 14 por
la cual se na condenado a Wil-
liam H. Doel y a las Agencias
W. H. Doel S. A. a pagar dere-
chos por valor de B.l 1.696.96 y
derechos dobles por B.44,329.64
segn el articulo 2 de la Ley 46
de 1936, el artculo 118 del C-
digo Fiscal y el 5 de la Ley 80
de 1934.
La condena se dict en aten-
cin a denuncio del seor Mar-
cos Sucre C, mediante accin
popular a las Agencias Doel
afirmaba Sucreevadan el pa-
go de Impuestos de Importacin
al introducir artculos para la
fabricacin de jabones, que s-
lo se exoneran a los fabricantes.
La Agencia Doel Importaba a
nombre de fabricantes y luego
se los vendia a estos mismos
comerciantes.
Doel "haca los pedidos de
mercancas las cuales entraban
al pas en consignacin a varios
industriales radicados en el in-
terior del pas y en esta ciudad."
lo cual fue "corroborado con los
testimonios de Warren Emerson
Thorp, Mllciades Saavedra, Sa-
lomn A. Barraza y Pedro Es-
calona".
Los peritos Leonardo Cont y
Pedro E. Jeanine al hacer la
Inspeccin comprobaron que
Doel "solicitaba a nombre de
ellos (ss refiere a los jaboneros)
la exoneracin de los derechos
comerciales; una vez concedido
lo anterior, la mercanca era sa-
cada y llevada a los depsitos
de Agencias Doel S. A. de don-
de era vendida al pblico."
Teatro de gnero
ligero inauguran
el prximo mes
Con entusiasmo, ha sido r-
coida por el pblico, la noticia
de la prxima apertura en e' capital en un coliseo ms de-
dicado exclusivamente a exhi-
biciones teatrales y radio-tea-
Irales del gnero ligero que sur*
las que mayor aceptacin
tienen-
Ubicado en un punto central
de gran concurrencia como ss
1? avenida B y calle 22 central,
el Teatro "Mayo" prestara la
facilidad de inmediatos y a-
pliOs lugares de estacionamien-
to, como la plaza 5 de Mayo, la
citacin del ferrocarril, etc., 'o
que significar la resolucin de
ce un grave problema para los
personas que acudan al teatio
' Mayo".
En el teatro "Mayo" se *-
(Pasa a U Pi S. Cai. 1)


FAGINA DOS
TI PANAMA AMERICA MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, MARZO 29, 1151
"
PanamaAmrca
IARIO INDEPENDIENTE
HARMODIO AMIAS. CiiRicion
CITADO On LA
EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. . A.
TtLfONO S-O740 (CINTRAL PRIVAD) APARTADO POSTAL NO 134
IN U TALLER ilTUADOe (N CITA 'lUO'O CAI.Lt H. NJ. 7
LAS INSTITUCIONES DEMOCRTICAS Y LOS
t.UHlEKAUS DE AMEK1CA
Con motivo de la actual Conferencia de Can-
cilleres, el Secretario de Estado, Sr. Acheson, hizo
alusin a la necesidad de que se fortalezcan en los
pases americanos los principios democrticos.
Las palabras del representante de los Estados
Unidos en el seno de la Conferencia deben haber
causado gran inters entre todos los Delegados,
an en aquellos que tuvieron que or con cierta
vergenza la invocacin de la ideologa democr-
tica y sus prcticas.
Ojal que los conceptos que informan esa de-
claracin irrefutable de que es necesario que se ro-
bustezcan la conciencia y la norma democrtica en
nuestro continente haya impresionado lo suficiente
como para que muchos gobernantes de la Amrica
Latina piensen con seriedad en que ha llegado la
hora, con bastante atraso por cierto, de que aban-
donen determinadas prcticas polticas y que rijan
la vida de sus respectivos Estados con un criterio
basado en la doctrina democrtica y con el respal-
do de los pueblos que son los legtimos soberanos
de cada pas. *
Sera de desearse que, como lo hemos dicho en
repetidas ocasiones al margen del tema de esta Con-
ferencia, se busque la frmula de moralizar la vi-
da poltica de Amrica, sobre todo en algunas Re-
pblicas del Continente en donde este trmino, de
tat) noble contenido, no puedp aplicarse a los re-
gmenes autocrticos y militares imperantes.
Es innegable que entre los Delegados que hoy
se hallan reunidos en Washington hay un nmero
considerable de representantes de gobiernos demo-
crticos, y ellos podran levantar su voz orientado-
ra en esa magna tribuna que congrega en esta
grave situacin a los Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Amrica.
, Una actitud colectiva en defensa de la demo-
cracia continental sera, a no dudarlo, muy salu-
dable para nuestros pueblos. En cambio, si no se
quiere ahondar er hablando en un pfno lrico sobre la democracia,
muchos inconvenientes habr de traer esta indi-
ferencia censurable en lo que se relaciona con la
causa suprema de las Naciones latinoamericanas.
Mientras existan dictaduras militares o de cual-
quier otro tipo en nuestro hemisferio no se podr
lograr a cabalidad el pensamiento expresado por
el Secretario de Estado de Washington en lo que
respecta al fortalecimiento de la democracia inter-
na de Amrica.
El "Aviso Oportuno
*%i \U>rm Es Ram to v Efvetivo
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
LOS GITANOS 'RUIDOSOS"
*
Un cronista ingls cuenta en
un articulo que acabo de leer,
cmo unos gitanos que actan
en el Teatro Stoll de Londres
han sido multados por el Juez
del barrio de Holborn no con-
siderado aristocrtico ni much-
simo menos debido a unas co-
pas de manzanilla de ms o de
whisky, vaya usted a saber...
El hecho fue que por las ca-
lles del barrio de Holborn gri-
taron de lo lindo los gitanos,
a horas lnaceptadas para el
vocero en la capital de la Oran
Bretaa y germinaron en pre-
sencia del seor Juez que cas-
tig con sendas multas a los
bronceados cais: una libra es-
terlina por cabeza, cabeza bri-
llante y aceitosa, el pelo color
de ala de cuervo.
Los cas atendan por loa
nombres de Heredia, Montero,
Reyes, Fernndez, apellidos fa-
miliares en Sevilla, en Crdo-
ba, en las cuevas del Albalcin
o de Guadlx. pero Imposibles
de pronunciar para un londi-
nense legtimo, cual lo ha de
ser el Juez de Holborn.
Los gitanos, por de contado
ignoran el Idioma de Shakes-
peare. Les fue necesario un in-
trprete. Habra que analizar
su modo de entenderse con el
caballero Intrprete. Porque el
intrprete hablar espaol pero
de ninguna manera la jerga de
los gitanos. Y los Heredia, los
Montero, los Fernndez, los Re-
yes, sienten un profundo des-
precio por el buen castellano y
an por el castellano corrien-
te dt aquellos que usan voces
como inspectorado, supervisor,
vocacional "et slc de caete-
rls".
Los alaridos de los gitanos
conmovieron el barrio de Hol-
born. Tras de la multa se les
recomend a los gitanos que
reservaran su alegra ya fue-
ra natural, ya adquirida por
medio de caas o chatos de
manzanilla para sus funcio-
nes del Teatro Stoll, que sern
ms o menos curiosas pero
que tendrn muy poco de eso
que se ha denominado folklo-
re...
Los gitanos explicaron, a su
modo, que no pensaron, al lan-
zar sus jipos por la continua-
cin de Oxford Street, que in-
fligieran las ordenanzas muni-
cipales un vecino de la calle de El-
vira eji Junada, la gentil, de-
cirle Tjiae dM s pwde gritar
en la via pblica es casi un
sacrilegio. Parece que el gita-
no ms parlanchn advirti al
Intrprete que expusiera al se-
or Juez que en Espaa se
habla siempre asi, a cualquier
hora. Exageraba el cai. Y exa-
geraba porque- no es costum-
bre espaola esa de andar a
voces por las plazas. Aunque
se grite, un poco ms que en
Inglaterra, que tal cosa es ver-
dad...
El Juez ingls respondi ga-
lantemente al gitano: sin redi-
mirle de la multa, indiscutible-
mente. Hizo tu dlicurslto: "A-
doro las costumbres tradiciona-
les de los viejos pueblos dijo
el representante de la justi-
cia, pero no creo que debo a-
RESURRECCIN
COLEGIO JAVIER
MATRICULAS AO 1951
El Jgeves 29 quedan abiertas las matriculas para
PREPARATORIA, PRIMARIA y SECUNDARIA haata 4o.
ao inclusive.
Por la maana de 9 a 11:30
Por la tarde de 3 a 5:30
Se ruega a todos los antiguo formalicen sus ma-
trculas antes del 15 de abril.
LA MATRICULA ESTA ABIERTA
en el
INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO
de acuerdo con el siguiente calendario:
LA SECCIN PRIMARIA (Calle la. No. 26)
Jueves. Marzo 29 -Alumnos anteriores4o 5o. y 6o. Orados
Viernes, Marzo 30Alumnos anteriores2o. y 3er. Grado-
Al l MNOS DE NUEVO INGRESO PRIMER AO
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H a P: Se matricularn el Martes 3 de Abril.
QiZ; 8e matricularn el Mircoles 4 de Abril.
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deben presentarse personalmente y traer su boletn de cali-
ficaciones del VI Grado y su certificado de terminacin de
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del colegio se har un examen de capacidad general.
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comprobados por Certificado de Nacimiento que presentar.
El mismo nio debe presentarse para aer examinado.
Las horas de matricula en ambas secciones sern de
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Para ms detalles dirjase a las oficinas del Instituto:

TELFONOS
lecundaria-: I-MS4 Primaria: Z-ZW7
Por ALDOR Bras| esf fl |g cabeza de
todos los pases latinos con
total de 52.618.000 habitantes
ceptar su traslado a Londres
a altas horas de la madrugada.
Sera una triste experiencia pa-
ra quienes necesitan dormir
despus de su trabajo y se han
adaptado, durante siglos, a for-
mas de expansin ms modera-
das..." _, .
El gitano no se inmuto, de
seguro, cuando el intrprete le
tradujo el razonamiento de la
autoridad. Pero no dejara de
pensar para su fuero interno
I que eran absurdas "las formas
de expansin moderadas".
Quin le iba a impedir a un
' gitano que cantara una "sole"
en una calle, asi se denoml-
1 nara esta calle Oxford Street?
Quin se iba a atrever a im-
pedir el uso y el abuso de
! la manzanilla una madrugada
liria y melanclica?
No. no. El Juez Ingls no
comprenda la vida. Ellos ga-
naban libras esterlinas ense
I fiando a los Ingleses desde su
escenarlo cmo se cantaba en
| Andaluca la baja. El regalo en
las madrugadas constitua un
extra que deba ser agrade-
cido.
Imitar una zambra en un
teatro ingls tiene su sentido
esttico; Traer la vida gitana
a las calles rectilneas y sin
discusin solitarias de un Lon-
dres de madrugada, significa
algo.
Convengamos en que la au-
dacia de los Heredia, los Reyes,
los Montero, los Fernndez tie-
nen su sal y su pimienta. Pe-
ro para ellos la audacia no
era tal audacia: se trataba sen-
cillamente de temperamento.
En nuestra Panam de cuan-
do en cuando tambin se albo-
rota en la alta noche. Pero nos-
otros no nos quejamos. Nues-
tros jueces habrn de ser be-
nvolos con los amigos del Ja-
leo. Y en el fondo tienen ra-
Hace ocho aos, en el Con-
greso Demogrfico Interameri-
ca.io celebrado en Mxico un
peruano, Alberto Arca Parro,
rripuso que se tomase un cen-
so en todo el continente. Tres
aos ms tarde se puso en
prctica el plan para levanur
el censo de IBM a 1951. Los re-
bultados obtenidos en algunos
pases han empezado a puolt-
cjrse. El Per que no haba
previsto el censo en el presu-
puesto, y otros pases, por di-
versas razones, han demorado
la tarea.
En algunos casos han ocurri-
ao sorpresas. Pero correspon-
di al Brasil, el ms extenso de
loa pases de la Amrica Latina
presentar la Informacin m*.s
impresionante. La oficina de
VISION en Ro de Janeiro nos
envi la semana pasada las si-
guientes noticias:
Con sus 52.618.000 de habitan-
tes en el Brasil est ahora a la
cabeza de todos los pases lati-
nos del mundo, ncluyendo a
Francia e Italia. Como la ir-
migracln ha sido extremada-
mente reducida, el aumento de
jnce millones sobre el censo de
1940 debe atribuirse casi por
completo al aumento en los na-
cimientos que tambin excede
tn muciio al formidable ndice
de mortalidad.
En diez aos Sao Paulo ha
crecido tanto como para dis-
putarle la supremaca a Rio de
Janeiro. 81 bien este ltimo ha
ganado un 35 por ciento ele-
vando a 2.400.000 el nmero de
sus habitantes, Sao Paulo no
le va a la zaga pues su creci-
miento es de un 73 por ciento
y su poblacin de 2.200.000 ha-
bitantes- Los tcnicos en demo-
grafa afirman que Rio de Ja-
neiro ha llegado ya a su pun-.
lo de saturacin en materia de
abitantes, mientras que Jan
Paulo tiene an posibilidad-^
de crecer y duplicara* durante
elcuenta aoa ms.
Tomando a Sao Paulo como
base, el crecimiento ms rpi-
do ha tenido lugar en el sur ui-
dustrlal. La parte noroeste, di
estructura agrcola, ha perma-
necido ms o menos eatable
Perspectiva: Loa economistas
brasileos consideran que el
pas, de acuerdo con su produc-
cin actual. 110 est escasamen-
te habitado. Pero las poalblii-
dedes de un crecimiento en la
agricultura, la industria y la
Pasa a la Pit Cal
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! y an al miimo nmtro mas do 20
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JUEVES, VAWZn 2P. M51
FT. PANAMA AMFF1C* TIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VAGINA THE!
Para evitar los
Amrica se
en __
Ha sido propuesta creacin
de un grupo de perito? para
buscar solucin al peligro
WASHINGTON, marzo 29> aamentales instituciones demo-
conatos subversivos
analizarn frmulas
lPi Se supo anoche que
cuatro Gobiernos americanos
propondrn la creacin de Bfc
grupo hemisfrico central de
^'Ciitos para estudiar lo medioo
mediantes los cuales las 21 re-
pblicas podran defende.se
mejor de las actividades tub-
versivai internas.
Fuentes responsables dijeron
que Estados Unidos, Bolivia, E-
tuador y Uruguay presentaivr.
un proyecto de resolucin al e-
recto, a 1% Conferencia de Can-
cilleres, de conformidad con el
t>cundo punto del temario de a
Conierencia que se refiere a los
problemas de seguridad tetera,
2n el anteproyecto se recono-
cer el deseo de las repbc83
americanas "de reafirmar su
decisin de preservar, fortale-
cer y salvaguardar las lnstitu-
cones democrticas de los pu.'.-
bios de las repblicas amerlci-
nas, que los agentes del imye-
li-lismo (internacional comu-
.ista) tratan de abolir me-
uiante la explotacin y el aou-
<0 de la libertad democrUca
,ut ellos tratan de destruir'
En el anteproyecto se reo-
noce tambin que cada ript-
jlica ha desarrollado a travs
de los aos, numerosas reglas
para protegerse politicamente y
c,uees para el bien de "los uns
aKo's intereses" de todas, el ga-
rantizar su proteccin contra
el imperialismo comunista. -
6e aade, que como ese im-
perialismo no reconoce fronte-
ras, es necesario adoptar ms
seberas medidas internas y que
exista un mayor grado de coo-
pci acin entre esas repblicas.
Los disponendos del antepro-
yecto dicen: a) Recomendar que
se pongan en vigor, en armo-
na con sus prcticas constlu-
iionales, las medidas necesarias
paia regular en los pases a-
mericanos los viajes a travs Je
las fronteras nacionales, de ex-
tranjeros que sea razonable u-
pjncr que puedan dedicarse i
actividades subersivas contra-
rias a la defensa del continent
Americana.
b> Tener en cuenta, en forma
as eficaz, ,al poner en vijor
isla resoluaiHwfcgarantiaa y
la defensa decios derechos ;.-.-
viduales. asi como la fir.ne
determinacin de mantener, d>
iender y salvaguardar las un-
el Oriente
urlicas de los pueblos de la*
repblicas americanas.
Se investigarn en
Cuba actividades
del comunismo
HABANA. Cuba Marzo 29 (UP)
El Presidente del Senado Cu-
bano. Antonio (Tony) Varona i T ja frontera," de modo que las
present una mocin hoy al Se- huellas de pisadas dejadas du-
nado pidiendo la formacin de ranle ia noche por cualquier
Turqua es un duro freno para
las aventuras de los soviticos
Es gran bastin
democrtico en
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 29A
travs de 600 kilmetros de tie-
rras desiertas de Kars y Arda-
han, corren los lmites entre
Rusia y Turqua. Todas los das
los soldados rusos barren y em-
parejan una faja de tierra ara-
da que se extiende a lo largo
una Comisin del Congreso,
compuesta por cinco personas,
para investigar las actividades
comunistas en Cuba.
Dijo que peda la investiga-
cin debido a las actividades
comunistas "atentan contra la
seguridad externa del Estado,
buscando evitar que la Repbli-
ca cumpla sus compromisos In-
ternacionales."
Los comunistas tambin tie-
nen una "quinta columna al
servicio de una potencia agre-
sora."
"No debe Amrica
ser indiferente al
caso de La Prensa"
MONTEVIDEO, Marzo 28 iUP)
El ex-Canciller Uruguayo,
Alberto Guan, declar que "la
libertad de imprenta en Argen-
tina debe ocupar seriamente la
atencin de los Cancilleres reu-
nidos en Washington".
Agreg: "No puede Amrica
piesenelar indiferente ese es-
carnio a la conciencia ciudada-
na, mxime en nuestro conti-
nente se ta sustentado siempre
que la paz se halla hermanada
con el derecho y que es diici'
establecer slidamente en el
mundo la primera sin respe trr
estrictamente las liberta des
fundamentales del hombre".
CITACIN
Se cita a todos los comer-
ciantes que operan clubes de
prendas para una reunin en
la Alcalda "del Distrito el vier-
nes ,30. & las once de ,1a ma-;
aa.
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
ngel Vega Mndez,
Alcalde.
Est nerviosa, intranqcti/a,
das antes de /a ItWlSFOSICION
MENSUAL PERIDICA?
Los trastornas femeninos
mensuales la debilitan, la po-
nen nerviosa e intranquila unos
das antes de la indisposicin?
Tome el Compuesto Vegetal de
Lydia E. Pinkham para ali-
viarse Produce un efecto se-
dante, antlespasmdlro, en uno
de los rganos femeninos de
mayor importancia. Ejrrce su
benfica accin en el sistema
nervioso simptico.
Aun hace ms que aliviar loa
V dolores mensuales el Com-
| puesto de Pinkham. Alivia la
nerviosidad e irritabilidad que
los precede. Tomando con re-
gularidad esta admirable medi-
cina se crea resistencia a estos
malestares femeninos. Pruebe
L COMPUESTO VEGETAL de Lydia E. Pinkham
tAMOKT
C O M P E N S AM AT I C
DE VENTA EN LA JOYERAS DE DISTINCIN
fugitivo puedan verse fcilmen
te. A raz del creciente estado
de tirantez, los rusos han en-
sanchado la faja de tierra a
ms de un kilmetro. El corres-
ponsal de VISION nos enva el
siguiente resumen de la situa-
cin total como se la aprecia
desde Ankara.
El ejrcito turco fu movi-
lizado desde el Viernes Santo
de 1939 cuando Mussolini inva-
di a Albania. Durante el trans-
curso de la Segunda Querr
Mundial se le mantuvo en es-
tado alerta. A fines de 1946 y
a principle* de 1947 el ejrcito
estuvo en- pie de guerra porque
Rusia profera amenazas contra
Turqua, Orela e Irn. Luego
entr en vigencia la "Doctrina
Truman" por la cual Turqua
recibi ayuda en armamentos
por valor de trescientos millo-
nes de dlares. A continuacin
Estados Unidos envi una mi-
sin militar y un general como
observador del ejrcito turco al
cual consider como "uno de los
mejores ejrcitos de segunda
clase durante todo el siglo XIX."
Los mismos turcos admitieron
que haba algo de verdad en
la afirmacin del general. El
soldado turco considerado indi-
vidualmente es alerta y aguan-
tador, pero el ejrcito en gene-
ral estaba mal pertrechado.
La armada era anticuada y
la fuerza area tenia unos 22
tipos diferentes1 de aviones que
parecan pieza* de museo.
En cuatro aos el ejrcito se
ha reducido a cuatrocientos mil
"Menos que la ms
remota posibilidad"
lo de la Argentina
WASHINGTON, mano 28.
(UP). Un reportero inte-
rrog al e*-Presidente de la
Comisin de Energa Atnica
de Estados Unidos, David E.
Lilienthal, mientras ste pro-
nunciaba un discurso en el
almuerzo del "Club de Escri-
tores Extranjeros", sobre la
bomba en Argentina, "Exis-
te acaso la ms remota po-
sibilidad de que Argentina
tenga eso?" Lilienthal con-
testo "Menos que I eso".
gados, naturalmente. Hicieron
notar que varios pases del
Atlntico se mostraban muy re-
misos en el aumento de sus pro-
pias defensas y que, en gene-
ral, los pases de la Europa Oc-
cidental no se haban preocu-
pado de sus ejrcitos mientras
que Turqua dedicaba la mitad
de su presupuesto nacional a
crear una fuerza armada. La
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Tel. 432 Aptdo 1004
corriente mes una "Noche de
Damas" en los salones del Club
de Extranjeros. Este da ser
el ltimo escrutinio para esco-
ger a la seorita que repre-
sentar a dicho Club en la
Convencin de Leones que se
efectuar en Chorrera el prxi-
mo mes.
El valor de entrada ser de
B. 3.00 por pareja. Entre las
seoritas que se disputan la re-
presentacin del Club de Leo-
nes en Chorrera se encuentran
Xenla Bertoncinl, Mara Orl-
maldo y Federica Ouardia.
0
Cumpleaos de hoy
En medioi del aprecio y esti-
ma de todos los suyos, celebra
hoy Jueves la grata fecha de
su cumpleaos la seorita Car-
men Elisa Bertoncinl Fawcett.
Sea ello motivo para enviarle
nuestro carioso saludo y for-
mulamos votos- por su crecien-
te dicha y ventura personal.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Felicitaciones
En el da de ayer se vio muy
22* Jurats m ss? ftsnjss.
Celebra hoy su primer ao
de venturosa existencia la nl-
lta Alicia Reyes, hija de los
esposos seor ngel Luis Reyes
duchas congratulaciones qu""" voto? Pr(>.ue celebn!
taya recibido con tal motivo, muchsimo, ano. ms-con .a-
unimos las nuestras muy cor- l
diales.
Cumple hoy tres aos de vida
el nilto Alonso Fernndez, hi-
jo del hogar del seor don A-
lonso Fernndez y seora A-
malla de Fernndez. Vayan pa-
ra* Alonslto nuestras feicitaeio-
nes y deseos porque los pase
muy contento.
Congratulacionea
El da 27 de los corrientes
celebr su onomstico el seor
don Lenidas Snchez, conocido
comerciante de esta localidad
Aunque algo tarde le hacemos
llegar un cordial saludo y nues-
tros deseos de una vida llena
de dicha y prosperidad.
Hasta la ciudad de Panam
hacemos llegar nuestras cari-
osas y sinceras felicitaciones
a la seora doa Carlota de
Alvarado. quien en el da de
ayer celebr el mejor de sus
das.
Cumpli aos ayer la seora
doa Amella O. de Herrera.
Sea ello motivo para enviarle
un cordial saludo de felicita-
cin. ,
Hacemos llegar nuestras con-
Prensa de Ankara se pregunta- gratulaciones al seor don An-
ba si el pas no Iba a ser des-
tinado a jugar el papel de cor-
dero sacrificado en una guerra
entre Rusia y el Oeste. El viejo
proverbio turco. Akilll dusman
aptai dosttan iyldir (Es mejor | recibidas en el da de ayer por
tener un enemigo prudente que el seor don Carlos Mouynes
tonio Stanzlola Emillanl, quien
en el da de ayer celebr su
cumpleaos.
A las muchas felicitaciones
de camiones y Jeeps. Tiene una
artillera cuya eficacia se basa
en su movilidad, uso efectivo y
puntera de las armas de fuego.
La fuerza area tiene unos no-
vecientos aviones de combate y
de bombardeo ingleses y nor-
teamericanos ms de lo que
posee cualquiera otra potencia
continental, hecha naturalmen-
te la excepcin de Rusia. La ar-
mada ha mejorado constante-
mente.
Consternacin: Al iniciarse la
guerra en Corea, Turqua fue
una de las primeras naciones
que ofrecieron tropas. Millares
de mehmetciks se apresuraron
a servir como voluntarios en el
extranjero con este grito de
un amigo tonto) se escuchaba
con frecuencia.
Regocijo: Ese estado de ni-
mo se desvaneci la semana
pasada y el espiritu nacional
cobr bros. Despus de la visi-
ta del Secretario del Aire de los
Estados Unidos, los funcionarlos
turcos en Ankara anunciaron
que Ingenieros norteamericanos
construiran en breve una ca-
dena de aerdromos. De ese mo-
do, las nuevas defensas en el
Mediterrneo oriental y el Ca-
nal de Suez completaran las
defensas occidentales. Las bases
Incluiran aviones de transpor-
te para bombas atmicas es-
tacionados a unas tres horas
de vuelo de Mosc. Estaran
adems, dentro de una hora de
Vallarino, con motivo de su
cumpleaos, le agregamos las
nuestras muy cordiales.
Cumpli ayer un ao ms de
vida el nio Roberto R Ratty
Jr.. hijo del seor Alberto Ratty
y seora Zoila de Ratty. Lo
felicitamos con tal motivo.
Noche de damas
El Club de Leones de Co-
ln tendr el sbado 31 del
Juego de cartas
A beneficio de la sopa de los
pobres de San Vicente de Pal,
se llevar a cabo el 6 de abril
de 2 6 p.m. en los salones
del Club de Extranjeros, juego
de cartas (Canasta y Bingo).
El pblico 'est cordlalmente
invitado. La admisin ser de
B. 1.00 por persona y habr
premio de puerta.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
vuelo de los principales centros
hombres. Se mueve por medio petroleros rusos en el Cucaao
y Rumania. Quizs lo que ms
anim al pblico turco fu la
noticia, an no confirmada ofi-
cialmente, de que los Estados
proveeran a Turqua con avio-
nes de propulsin.
Circuios allegados al gobier-
no turco comentaban que al fin
Washington se haba dado cuen-
ta de que no todos sus amigos
estaban entre las naciones del
Atlntico. Los turcos creen que
tal vez muchos de los mejores
aliados con que cuentan los Es-
tados Unidos estn ms all de
la linea divisoria de los pases
del Pacto del Atlntico. Tur-
qua. Orela y Yugoeslavla jun-
tas tienen mas o menos un mi-
combate: "Herir la serpiente i lln de soldados bajo las armas,
donde se pueda, en la cabeza o! mucho ms de lo que los pases
en la cola." i del Pacto pueden movilizar.
Los curcos se sintieron amar-' (Tomado de Visin)
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orden de la Junta Directiva, se cita a los accionistas a una
Asamblea Extraordinaria que tendr lugar en las oficinas
de la Compaa en Calle I No. 20 de la ciudad de Panam
a las 3:30 plm. del da Lunes, 9 de Abril de 1951. El
objeto de la reunin es el de presentar y considerar infor-
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j resolver sobre cualquier otro asunto o medida que pro-
muevan o propongan los Accionistas,Directores o la Jun-
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La Asamblea se celebrar con los accionistas que apa-
rezcan inscritos como tales en los libros de la Compaa
el 31 de Marzo de 1951.
Panam, Marzo 26 de 1951.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, MARZO *f, ltSI
PANAMEO EN HONDURAS. Doi eetudtantes uno de
Guatemala y*tro de Panam, Pedro Crespo Vergara H-
an con orgullo a Samuel Zcmurray y Walter t. Turnbull,
funcionarlos de la United Prult Company, una cabe de le-
chuca de los Grandes Lagos cultivada por ellos en la Escuela
Aercola Pan-Americana de Tegucigalpa. Hondura._______
Cmulo de resoluciones se han
presentado a la Conferencia
WASHINGTON, marzo 29.
(UP) Segn un compuio o-
flcial. hasta las cuatro de la
tarde de ayer se haban de-
positado 47 resoluciones en la
Secretara General de la Con-
ferenciare Cancilleres Ameri-
canos. .
La Seccin de Documentos de
la Secretaria continuaba orga-
nizando, a las siete de la no-
che, el alud de propuestas, cu-
yo mayor nmero se refiere ar
punto tercero del programa, i
Defensa Econmica del Hemis-:
ferio. Un total de 28 propues-
as se pasaron al Comit No. 3.
Kl Comit No. 1. de Asunto
'oliticos y Militares reelbl 18
el Comit No. 2, respecto a
Medidas de Seguridad Interna,
klo recibi 3.
Al fin del tercer da de labo-
es slo se han aprobado en
os comits una propuesta; La
haitiana en el Comit No. 1,
de rendir tributo a la memoria
y* Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
)a cual se adopt por unani-
midad.
' Durante dos horas y media
1 comit No. 3 estuvo delibe-
Tando acerca la torma de la-
borar en cuanto a las 28 pro-
puesta ante si. y finalmente se
'df cldi establecer dos sub-co-
miti, uno en cuanto al co-
i'.ercio y otro de produccin,
ilaboracin y distribucin de
articules escasos. En ambos es-
tarn representadas las 21 Re-
pblicas.
Entre las ponencias que se
presentaron hoy a la reunin
de consulta, hay dos de carc-
ter poltico que recomiendan el
refuerzo del principio de no
intervencin en los conflicto
internos de un Estado y ex-
hortan a los pases america-
nos a solucionar lo litigio por
medios pacficos, Entre otras
de naturaleza econmica, una
plantea por primera vee, la
cuestin del papel de diario pa-
ra que se asegure un adecuado
suministro a la publicaciones
de este hemisferio.
En ella e propone Que el
Gobierno de Estado Unidos to-
me medidas para asegurar a los
peridicos un suministro ade-
cuado de papel sobre bases
equitativas y sin discriminacio-
nes de ninguna clase. Tambin
solicita que la Secretaria Ge-
neral de-* OEA haga un es-
tudio tcnico de la situacin
del papel y formule recomenda-
ciones para aliviar la escasez.
Asimismo propone: "Que la
medidas gubernamentales para
la distribucin y transporte del
papel de peridico se apliquen
solamente con un sentido de
servicio- al periodismo copio ex-
presin de respeto a los dere-
chos del hombre, sin preferen-
cias ni limitaciones que afec-
ten la libertad de prensa".
Adelantan obras
de carreteras
en Macaracas
LA PALMA, marzo 28. (Co-
rresponsal Especial).Lo pue-
blo pertenecientes al dUtrito
de Macaracas en la Provincia
de Lo Santos, estn agradeci-
dos del gesto altruista del H.D.
Heraollo Barleta Suatamente,
representante a la Asamblea
Nacional por esa Provincia, por
los trabajos de corte, nivela-
cin y apertura de camino que
unen a estos pueblo con el
resto de la Provincia.
Este corresponsal pudo apre-
ciar la labor llevada a cabo
por los tractores que hacen
estos trabajos y pudo pecatar-
se de la rapidez llevada por los
mismos para llegar a loa ms
apartados lugares de este Dis-
trito, con el fin de que al lle-
gar el Invierno puedan los ca-
rros transitar sin dificultad por
estos caminos. Los lugares has-
ta ahora beneficiados por los
trabajos realizados son loa si-
guientes: Llano de Piedra, La
Meta, La Pltalosa. Los Higo y
Pjaro hasta donde se puede
llegar sin dificultad alguna, co-
sa Imposible anteriormente de-
bido al psimo estado de ellos.
Tambin agradecen, estos pe-
queos pueblos del distrito de
Macaracas. los desvelos del jo-
ven luchador don Miguel Vllla-
rreal Osorlo, quien se ha In-
teresado por llevar a feliz tr-
mino los trabajos arriba men-
cionados, que han sacado del
aislamiento en que se encon-
traban a los pueblos arriba
mencionado.
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- CRUCIGRAMA -
El Embajador Koo pide ayuda
para los guerrilleros chinos
WASHINGTON, Marzo 29
(EPSi El Embajador na-
cionalista chino. V. K. Welllnv.-
tun Koo, considera que ha ne-
gado el momento de una ofen-
siva en gran escala de los gue-
rrilleros chinos contra los co-
munistas.
El vocero diplomtico de les
nacionalista aqui cree que los
comunistas se han debllltaao
Unto con las enormes prdiuts
sufridas en Corea, que sera o-
poituno Iniciar un movimiento
contra ellos e/i la tierra firme
tama. "Desde el punto de vista
r..illtar", agrega, "esto seria vi-
na nueva presin sobre los co-
munistas, que ya se encuen-
tran tan amenazados en Coica .
El embajador Koo manifis-
t.i que es prematuro supoi.er
Que vaya a producirse rapicc-
liimte la paz en Corea. No cree
que los comunistas vayan a
darse por vencidos fcilmente
Por el contrario, todo indica que
utn preparando una nueva o-
lcnsiva en gran escala. Se sa-
bt^de buena fuente que enor-
me! refuerzos estn alendo en-
v.ados hacia el frente de bata.a
En cuento a las actividades
de los guerrilleros an'.icomui.ls-
tas, seala que para que sean
electivas deben cumplirse estas-
tres condiciones:
1 Deben establecerse lineas
uiecuadas de abastecimientos,
jorque una vez que comience la
ofensiva,, las existencias que a-
hjia hay en Formosa se aso-
larn rpidamente.
1. La ofensiva debe ser oien
planeada, con la cooperacin de
los Estados Unidos.
3. Debe actuarse rpida-
mente, para aprovechar la de-
cente animosidad contra el ci-
gi.nen comunista que existe en
toda China.
Koo Indica que lo conseje-
ros militares del generalsimo
Chiang Kai-shek han preparado
ya los planes para la ofensiva
ci los guerrilleros, pero por el
momento ello tienen como o-
Dhgacln primordial defender a
rormosa.
'Estando los mejores ejrcitos
comunistas embrollados en Co-
rea, este es el momento de ac-
tuar", dice el embajador. Agre-
ga que la actividades de LM
uerrilleros han aumentado *n
iderablemente desde que esta-
l!o la guerra de Corea, parti-
cularmente en el centro y el
sw de China, y esta es la prin-
cipal razn de las actuales pur-
gas comunistas.
IRREEMPLAZABLE
paro la
RASPADURAS
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CASA ZAS- -Padro J. Herida
"ALCBIE Miguel Gaail.r.
ATALAYASamuel Pitia
SAN PBANC1SCOElla Arraaka P.
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HORfZONTALES: f
1Especie de nacido.
7Crimen.
13Aparato para rasar.
14Decreto de los mitanes.
15Preposicin inseparable.
16Graves.
18Smbolo del sodio.
18Nada.
21Distante.
22Punto cardinal.
23Palos que usaban los indios
para arar.
25Caso de pronombre.
26Desafio.
27Besos.
29En poca cantidad, Pl.
30Paraso.
31Desnivel del terreno
32De precio alto, Pl.
34Que miran fastidiosamente
37Amarrar.
3ftVillano, Inv,
39nico, solitario.
40Dios romano del hogar.
41Puntos cimeros, Pl.
43Existen.
44Escuela Brasilea, Inte.
45Medios.
47Caso de pronombre.
48Substancia astringente.
50Del verbo dejar, Inv.
52Ala secundarla de los
aviones.
53Obediente.
VERTICALES:
1Jefe del estado espaol
2Contornos de la boca.
3Exlate.
4Espacio de tiempo.
5Ciudad de Rusia.
6Novela medianamente
escrita.
7Pesos espaoles.
8Repeticin
10Afirmacin, Inv.
11Posesin de una renta.
12Audaces, atrevidos.
17Linea que unen do
centros.
20Lastimar, magullar.
22Tierras sin riego.
24Transpiracin.
26Sin filo, Pl.
28Saso de pronombre.
28Preposicin.

31Plidas de color
32Especie de rada.'
33Especie de tambor.
34Halaga.
35Mazorca de mail tierno
36Sensacin que se percibe
por el odo.
38Hoja de lata.
41Destino.
42Clase de toros.
45Apellido espaol.
46Adverbio de cantidad, Inv.
49Nordeste.
51Juventud Independiente,
Inic.
Renuncia candidala
al Reinado Tpico
Srta. Blanca Alcedo
Para u publicacin se nos
ha trado copla de la siguiente
carta:
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
Sr. Celedonio Guardia,
Secretario General de la Con-
federacin de Asociaciones
Cvicas Interioranas.
Presente.
Seor Secretarlo General:
Considere !a presente como
renuncia Irrevocable de mi can-
didatura en el Reinado Tipleo
Nacional organizado por la Ins-
titucin que usted dirige.
Motivos ajenos, a mi volun-
tad, de carcter estrictamente
personal, me Impiden seguir co-
laborando con ustedes como
hasta el presente.
Quiero expresar por su con-
ducto a todos los miembros de
la Confederacin de Asociacio-
nes Cvicas Interioranas mis
ms sinceras gracias por el ho-
nor a mi conferido, asi como
tambin por las atenciones y
cortesas dispensadas para con
mis familiares y amigos perso-
nales, que tuvieron a bien ayu-
darme desinteresadamente.
En espera de que el ms
rotundo xito corone los esfuer-
zo de la Confederacin de Aso-
ciaciones Cvicas Interioranas,
me suscribo de usted, como su
atenta y segura servidora,
Blanca R. Alcedo,
Candldata por la Provincia
/ de Veraguas.
CURSOS EN EL INSTITUTO DE VERANO. Lo alumnos de
agricultura preparan el terreno para la siembra, siguiendo
la instrucclone del profesor.
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CHEPOJota Paartaa
/Al HA* BB1.LABRalaaMa Caaatlaa
CiREGEN
ttil or la aH I i .a1 tenerel
foUmieete, que kreee depresio*
nerviosa, falta de (mmi pe*
*eurstefte y pare lo corvsIo-
cieetes de enfermedide eoo
Unlat. Proporciona mineral*
indispensable* para ol orfle-
nitmo y oitimul efietimente ol
epetrt. Ayuda a recuperar ol
vigor y le* fuern en forme fiel
y rpidamente.
Consulte mi medico.
Et economice y ofkatl
PW en beticet y farmacia.
Con una mano de
piln hirieron
a un agricultor
El sbado de gloria Nicanor de
Oracla, agricultor panameo de
26 aos de edad, residente en La
Mesa de Pacora cuando estaba en
lo mejor de un baile, tuvo una
ria con Manuel Corral, de San
Miguel, quien tom una mano de
piln y la descarg fuertemente
sobre la cabeza de De Gracia.
Segn parece, Corral y De Gra-
cia haban tenido otras veces dis-
cusiones y rivalidades, que pare-
can ya olvidada, cuando volvie-
ron a resuscitar con las fiestas
del sbado de gloria.
El golpe recibido por De Gra-
cia, quien fu trado al Hospital
Santo Toms, le produjo contu-
sin craneal, prdida de la con-
ciencia, por mis de dos hora,
vmitos, etc.
En el dio de hoy. e esperaba
en 1 Polica Secreta Nacional la
trada de Corral.
Lamenta Chiriqu
la muerte del Dr.
Rosendo Jurado
DAVID, marzo 28. (Correspon-
sal). En todos los crculos de
esta Provincia se lamenta pro-
fundamente la muerte de don
Rosendo Jurado, venero ilustre
hijo de Chiriqu. Descendiente
de distinguido familia chlrlca-
na, don Rosendo se radic des-
de Joven en Bocas del Toro,
donde supo poner en alto los
atributos de bien que heredara
de sus progenitores y la tradi-
cional hidalgua de su Provin-
cia natal. Su ascenso gradual
en los distintos y elevados car-
gos pblicos que desempe con
honradez y competencia, fueron
elocuente prueba de sus virtu-
des ciudadanas y de su brillan-
te Inteligencia. Nos unimos al
duelo nacional que constituye
su muerte.
M
***. NtOP. r*ax ? ISBrSO
$""*
Llega a su fin el
reinado de Azuero
el sbado prximo
El reinado de Azuero llega el
sbado 31 a su etapa final. En
un gran festival que se efec-
tuara en el Jardin Balboa, se
celebrar el ltimo escrutinio
que ha de decidir, cul de las>
bellas damitas concursantes se-
r proclamada como la Reina (
de Azuero.
Tal como est el cuadro de
posiciones: Chltr en el coman-
do, seguido por Oc y fuerte-
mente atropellando Los Santos,
la Interrogante del momento se
concreta a vislumbrar: Ser la
atrayente Bexle Rodriguez, la
inimitable Eida Carrizo o la
siempre cautivadora Cita Cros-
whlte? Surgir Inesperada sor-
presa de una Matilde Tello por
Santa Maria, Betty (lega por
Macaracas, Edilma Espino L.
por Las Tablas, Marta E. Ad-
mad por Parlta, etc.
Esa noche podrn apreciar
muy de cerca las bellezas que
encierra nuestro interior, como
Bexle Rodriguez, Eida Carrizo.
Cita Croswhite.' Mara del C.
Cedeo, Matilde Tello, Betty
Ortega, Edilma Espino L., Elba
Edith Vargas, Carmen Solis.
Marta E. Admad, Celmlra Tre-
Jos, Graciela Vargas.
ME GUSTA ESE TORODour- Prince, conocido como el Rey del
Hamburgo, acaricia a "Ac* Triump", el campen de lo toro* eo
un concurso de Houston, y por el cual Prince pag la mdica su-
ma de 172,500.00.
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JUEVES. MARZO t9. 151
El, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPKNP1ENT
PAil.NA CI.NCO
____ CUMPLE AOS HOY ...
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r\eaaccn Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-S1W
"fSonor de 3.E. el Ministro
de China, seor Cheng Chen-Vu,
UDra Shirley Oage of recle. ei
m.rtos una comida en su resi-
dencla en Bella Vtst*.
CTf"rlmer Secretarlo de la Le-
aacln de Gran Bretaa, seor
Alexander Herman Baxter y se-
or Se de Baxter ofrecie-
ron el maries una comida en su
rlsldencla la cual asisti un
gffftS Irupo de sus amistades,
pSTSgs-lM a un grupo de
uIY^Stt. la aoorita &osa:
S? Ortte ae Zevallo o.reclo
anoche una barbacoa en su re-
sidencia en La Cresta.
DTirresldencU del or
Eduardo Maduro Jr., y seora
mus A. de Maduro reuni
el lunes un grupo de sus amis
tides oara despedir al seor De-
medtr8loP Fb?eg? con motivo de
su prximo vfaje a Bogot. /
Del Club Interamericano
d"c5? moUvo de la excursin al
Museo Waclonal que ha-organi-
zado el Club Interamericano de
Mujeres para sus sodas, se re-
cuerda a todas las que deseen
asistir, que deben de estar pre-
sentes maana Jueves a lai 8 a.
m. en el local del Club.
Condolencia
De manera repentina df j de
existir ayer en su residencia don
Rosendo Jurado, ex-Presldente
de la Corte suprema do Justicia
v persona altamente apreciada
y respetada en la Repblica. Sus
despojos mortales reposaron en
Capilla Ardiente en la Iglesia de
la Catedral durante todo el dia
y tu sepelio efectuado a las cua-
tro dt la tarde fu una viva de-
mostracin del aprecio de sus
familiares y numerosas amista-
HORAS: l:M a :H a.m.
des. Enviamos nuestra sincera
expresin de condolencia a su
esposa, seora Carmen de la Es-
priella de Jurado, a sus hijos,
HD. Guillermo Jurado Senes,
don Rosendo Jurado Jr., don F.
Howard y seora, don Fernan-
do Alegre y seora, don F. Ban-
teskl y seora y a sus nennauos
don Ignacio Jurado y Sra., do-
a JudlthJ. de Herrera y la se-
orita Delia Jurado.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Paul Kowalchlk y se-
ora Angela O. de Kowalchik
han trasladado su residencia a
la calle 7a. No. 48 en los Altos
del Golf, en donde se ponen a
las rdenes de sus amistades.
Apartado 114
ne. Washington.'
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
Ing. Lenidas Saavedra y seo-
ra Tere Angulzola de Saavedra
por el feliz arribo de su primo-
gnito ocurrido ayer en David,
Chlrlqui.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Tereslta An-
gellnl de Vizcaya, quien sufre
quebrantos de salud en el Hospi-
tal Panam.
DELGADOS
4 ambos sexos toma
CARNOL
1 tnico famoso.
.CAlROLMtas
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora Maria Ernestina Lacayo
de Arosemena quien sigui en
dias pasados para- Spokane.
Washington, en donde pasar
una temporada visitando a sus
hijos, seor Johna Graham
Conley y seora Dorls A. de
Conley.
De loi Estados Unidos
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida al Segundo Se-
cretarlo de la Embajada del
Per, seor Jos Alvarado- Sn-
chez y seora, quienes llegaron
hoy de Nueva York.
De Nicaragua
1 Grata estada le deseamos al,
seor Fanor Fernndez quien se
encuentra en Panam, husped'
del seor Carlos Lpez y seora1
Julieta Q de Lpez.
De tbiriqu
Despus de haber pasaao va-1
! ras semanas en Boquete se en-
I cuentran de nuevo en la capital
I el HD. Alejandro Gonzlez Re-
villa y seora Edlsa J. do Gonza-
lez Revllla y sus nios.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos cordialmente al se-
or Albert Baldwin y seora
Laura O. de P. de Baldwin quie-
nes cumplen hoy cinco aos de
casados.
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam el seor George Prospe-
rl Severlno. Ojal mejore pron-
to.
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al nio Jaime Valds Almengor
3ulen sutri un accidente en
las pasados.
Mejorando
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seora Ofellna R. de
Chlarl, quien durante varios
dias sufri, quebrantos de salud
en su. residencia veraniega de
Aguadulce.
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su primog-
nito abandon hoy la Clnica
San Fernando la seora Gloria
C. de de la Guardia.
Advenimientos
Enviamos nuestras congratu-
laciones al seor John Grahan
Conley y seora Doris Arose-
mena de Conley, por el cdveni-
miento de su primognita, ocu-
rrido en das pasados en Spoka-
MISA
Que st dir maana Viernes a las 8:30 a.m. en la
Iglesia de San Francisco de Ir Caleta por el alma
de quien en vida se llam
Rosa Mara Nez de Leach
(tj. d. D. g)
Sus deudos agradecern la asistencia a este acto
piadoso.
Panam, Mano to, 1951.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Modesta de Arela
Sra. Mercedes G. de Morales
Seora Mary M, de Lyons
Seora Angela--O. de Kowal-
chlk.
Seora Mara Elena de la G.
de Novey.
Seorita Enrique Morales
Seorita Gloria Aliaro
Seor Alberto Galimauy
Nia Avile Ivette Tejada
Nia Ana Grace De Len
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Berta F. de Thayer
Seora Haydee de la L. de
Suescum.
HD. Aquilino Boyd
Seor Octavio Mndez G.
Seor Juan Pastor Paredes
Klo Ernesto Antonio Boyd S.
Despedida de Soltera
Con una comida en El Pana-
m despedirn de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Rita Jim-
nez, quien contraer maana
matrimonio en la Iglesia de
Cristo Rey con el Dr. Augusto
Ramos, las seoritas Ana Daz,
Cecilia Alzpra, y Haiga Alva-
rado.
Hoy cumnle sus trece aos de
edad el inteligente jevencito
Eduardo U. Moreno, a quien nos
es muv grato presentarle nues-
tras felicitaciones ms cordiales,
desendole aue la vida le brin-
de toda suerte de prosperidades.
Dos que atentaron
contra Pern no
sern excarcelados
BUENOS AIRES. Mar. 29 (UP)
La Corte Suprema declar sin
lugar el recurso de Habeas Cor-
Sus de Cipriano Reyes y Eduardo
ufre, acusados de conlura pa-
ra asesinar al Presidente Pern
y su esposa en Septiembre de
1948.
Reyes fue en otro tiempo lder
poderoso de los obreros frigorfi-
cos y Jefe del hoy extinguido
Partido Laborista que apoy a
Pern en la eleccin de 1946. Re-
yes est en prisin desde hace
casi tres aos.
La Corte anunci haber pasa-
do el recurso al Magistrado Fe-
deral encargarlo del ras.
CUMPLE ANOS HOY
Nos complace presentar nues-
tras ms sinceras felicitaciones
i la nifiita Zil'-.a Ivette Terrlen-
tes, hija ("c tov PaVo Terrlen-
tes y sc.:c:\> C.:.j :. "na ce
rewcntc.'. Quien ice-.a i.oy su
cumple-os.
fi SEPELIO DEL DOCTOR JURADO.Momentos en que son sacados de la Iglesia Mctroi-'-
tana los restos del doctor Rosendo Jurado, para ser conducidos al cementerio, en mei o Je
una guardia de honor. Pueden verse en la foto, portando el fretro el honorable Wr-ilo
Csar A. Guillen. Presidente de la Asamblea, Lie. Guillermo Patterson Jr., y familiares del ex-
tinto. ___________________________________________;---------
Abre matrculas
la Escuela Nacional
de Danzas en esta
Desde el da 26 de este mes
hasta el 15 del prximo mes de
Abril estarn abiertas las ma-
trculas de la Escuela Nacional
de Danzas, dependiente del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin Nacional.
TELEFONO 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GRf GG"
CaUe 6a. No. I-
MATRICULA ABIERTA
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Directora Prop.
Otorgan permiso
para reanudar
transmisin
BUENOS AIRES Mar. 29 (UP)
La Embajada Norteamericana
anunci que ya recibi permso
par areanudar la transmisin de
los programas noticiosos de La
Voz de Amrica, la cual fu pro-
hibida el 23 de Mano Junto con
las transmisiones de la BBC y
programas musicales venezola-
nos.
Un programa musical auspicia-
do por los Estados Unidos fu
transmitido anoche por la Ra-
dio Splendid. El representarme
de la BBC dijo que hasta el mo-
I ment no ha visto a ningn fun-
donarlo argentino, pero que es-
pera hacerlo maana.
La Radio Belgrano, por la cual
se transmite el programa de La
Voz de Amrica a la una de la
tarde, dijo que todava no haba
recibido instrucciones de levan-
tar la prohibicin de las trans-
misiones.
CITACIN
Se cita a los Presidentes de
los Centros del P.R.A., a una
reunin que tendr lugar maa-
na en el Saln Arcos, del Prti-
do, a las 7 p.m.
Para ser cada da ms bonita...
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Los cutis reueo y normal co-
bran una encaatadora apa-
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Loeia Erar de Azahar, de
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estreno que ms alujares ameri-
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Cray, ms que cualquiera aira
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Poro quo su cutis sao coda da mds
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Bsico 1-2-3 todos o$datl
i. LUBRIQUE .us u.
jidas. El cutis resaco nor-
mal adquiere una juvenil
tersura coo la Mixtura Es-
pecial, que nutre les teji-
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"MAUUSUTOS" Cal
Sra. orn.tA Or NAVARRO
ParU. Pie*. Se thirlqui
Sabe mejor
!
E;ta escuela viene funcionando
en el edificio de Bellas Artes en
la Avenida B. No. 28 de esta ca-
pital, donde funciona tambin
la Escuela de Pintura.
Los interesados podrn regis-
trar su matricula en las tardes
de 2 a 6 p.m., los dias hbiles en
los cursos de Ballet, Bailes reglo-
nales y Espaoles y Bailes Mo-
dernos. La matricula ser de
B.5.00 por semestre y las clases
se Iniciarn el da 2 de Abril.
AST
su dinero
sabiamente!
COMPRE HOY!
LOS ARTCULOS
necesarios en su hogar
QUE NO PODRA
CONSEGUIR MAANA r-
^he'en polvo
Wh
,u"nuu.iise.imil,,",,J"
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CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
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Si lo "Atrapa"
una corriente
de aire
Aeft*0'
Haga gllaras con Antisptico LISTERINEPronto!
lome esta sencills precaucin al
primer sntoma de uo resfriado.
Haga grgaras con Antisptico
LISTERINE puro, y ataque los gr-
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antes de que lo ataquen a lid. El An-
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seriss complicaciones. Alivia la ixri-
tscin en la garganta proveniente de
un resfriadoy en muchos casos de-
tiene por completo la accin pro-
gresiva del resfriado.
Compra Antisptico LISTERINE
EN PRUEBAS REALIZADAS DURANTE MAS DE 12 ANOS,
AQUELLOS QUE HICIERON GRGARAS CON ANTISPTICO
LISTERINE DIARIAMENTE. TUVIERON MENOS RESFRIADOS
Mario Galindo y Ca. y Pinturas PATCO
presentan a
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AGENCIAS GLOIAIES. Via Eea-
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Tel, j-0255.___________________
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o precio razonable. Pedregal carre-
tero Villalobos, caso No. 7.
SE VENDEN:Dos hornos de gos po-
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tras, 'Rizzo 1573-1 corretero Ga-
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Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con muebles,
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Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Porque
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Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA .--O se vende. Casi de
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3-0255._________________________
SE VENDE:Dos lotes en Los Cum-
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293 Bolboo o escriba P. J. Runkel.
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Llame Tel. 3-3224.
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SE YENUE:Magnifico cholet dos re-
cmoras. sala-comedor, cocina, ser-
vicios, porch. 600 metros cercados,
garage, por solo B.3,500 pago ini-
cial. Patterson. 2-2346.
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formes Cantina Nuevo Espoo.
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SE NECESITA:Empleada poro ser-
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gre.1 Avenida Monuel Icoza No. 18.
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jo de familia, paro quehaceres de
casa. Colle 50 No. 10.
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(Jos de San Martin) No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero que haga
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Mxico No. 56.
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Ave. del Per 75, altos.
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telfono, cocino, refrigeradora, va-
rios meses, motivo vacacin. Calle
9a. No. 12. altos. No. 4.
N ______ __ '
SE ALQUILA:Dos. cuartos y 'coci-
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Miscelneas
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20 de frente en "El Coco", la bo-
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$5.00 metro. Focilidades de pogo.
Telfono 3-2407.
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bases, luz elctrica, ogua, servicios
modernos, todo comodidad; rboles
frutles. Tel. 2-3090. Panami.
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SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos refrigera-
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Informes colle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
Deber presentar
debe tomarse con cuidado has-
ta que se vean las pruebas
concretas". Fermi agrego que
nunca habia oido hablar del Dr.
Donald Richler y que no podia
emitir juicio sobre su labor.
Fermi, quien particip acti-
vamente en las labores que cul-
minaron con la fabricacin de
la primera bomba atmica, de-
clar que ahora est dedicado
al estudio de 'partculas". Dijo
que espera que su estudio per-
mita la comprensin de las re-
laciones de las particulas y pre-
parar el camino para que un
hombre de genio" explique los
misterios de la energa, atmi-
ca.
Club de Amistad ofrecer boile en el
Hotel Panamericano, El Volle. or-
questa Jimmy Dunn, presentando
la poreja de bailes de saln. Sba-
do Marzo 31. 8 p. m. B.0.75 por
persona. Pora reservaciones. Mame
Sr. Dunn 2-2446, Ponom o 274-
,3105.
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General
NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
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rencias. Mueblera Tun (mueble
gonodo mueble entregado^ Aveni-
da Centrol 200.
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pendienta de buena apariencia que
hab'e bien ingls y espaol, que
tenga experiencio y buenas reco-
mendaciones. Lo Parisin, Ave.
Central 113.
SE NECESITA:Chalet, tres recma-
ras, dos servicios. Area residencio!
preferible. Informes telfonos 3-
3199 y 2-0939.
Brasil est
minera son tales, que el B'a-
3.i podr mantener una pOlb*>
SiOn entre cuatrocientos y no-
vecientos millones de hab:-
Untes.
Con un aumento de m ue
_i milln anual, la poblacin
vWdr triplicarse en el termino
t cien aos. De este modo, pa-
ta entonces tendra tantos i:?-
'j.tantes como los Estados Uni-
tut. El ndice de crecimiento
je calcula que continuar en
timen'.os y es muy posible 0.VC
c acelere si se tienen en cun-
_ ios adelantos en los mtodos
e produccin, en el desairo..',
ie la educacin y la sanidad,
asi como los esfuerzos del ro-
uerno para atraer capitales.
SE NECESITA:Secretaria. Dirijose
a Coso Centrol, Bolivar 9 y 10,
frente ol correo, Coln.
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Casas
ALQUILASE: Residencio completo-
mente amoblada, altos Golf. Llame
telfono 2-1456.
Se considera
En forma burlona
comienzo de la agresin enemi-
ga ci Cou a, que China era ob-
jetivo enemigo y la reciente
declaracin de McArthur lo ha
aciarauo mas".
Dice que la declaracin de
Mac/.i.i..., lacilila una nueva
pruoou que lisiados Unidos y
Gran Brcana esutn p.eparar.do
una directa agresin, contra
nuestra patria'.
La Radio exhorta a los co-
rn, luisias chinos y nor ^o. ca-
e-, a renovar y reoizai la* lu-
cha sarada" en "defensa de la
paula pa.a librar a toda Co-
rea y combatir hasta que lo*
a arsuics sean expulsados de
Corea '. Dice que la declaracin
de MacAruiur no es ms que
na "peticin a las luer/as Chi-
nas y Nor-Coreanas para que
se rindan a las tituladas fuerzas
de las Naciones Unidas y una
amenaza que los agresores a-
vanzaran sobre nuestra palri:".
Subraya que las potencia*
occidentales han rechazado loa
tanteos de paz de los Chinos
Federacin, en cuyo nombr
.ae expial la d-el: ae'en. es "
Chino de la "Cc-ni--
i Mundial de la Pa
tas t mtmistai y est
\ice-Piner Mlnislio Kuo
Mu Jo.
tar de acuerdo con el proce-
dimiento constitucional de cada
Repblica.
En algunos pases se deter-
mina que las fuerzas milita-
res no pueden salir de las fron-
teras nacionales sin autoriza-
cin expresa del Congreso.
Los informantes dicen que si
se aprueba la segunda resolu-
cin, sta podra allanar el ca-
mino a los planes militares de
defensa que asignarn a cada
pas las obligaciones especifi-
cas, tales como defender sus
propias costas, enviar fuerzas a
puntos estratgicos del hemis-
ferio, como por ejemplo, el Ca-
nal de Panam.
Respecto a esto, je hace pre-
sente que Ecuador ofreci re-
cientemente ayudar a custodiar
el Canal.
Las esferas informantes dicen
que si el plan de ampliar la de-
fensa del continente occiden-
tal fuera aprobado por la Jun-
ta de Presupuesto j el Con-
greso de Estados Unidos, pro-
bablemente Incluira clusulas
de proyectos militares deter-
minados.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera compe-
tente pora 4 personas y dispuesta
a ir al interior cuando sea nece-
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No. 61.
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vicio de casa. Calle 47 casa 3.
apartamento 3.
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en casa. Ave. Manuel Mora de
Icoza No. 26 Compo Alegre.
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con buenos referencias ir a
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Apartamento
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ALQUILASEApartamento muy c-
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cosa 5. colle la. Perejil. Lime
telfono 2-1456.
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autobus, B.40.00, esquina Calle 3a.
con Avenida 5a. San Francisco. 2-
2346.
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cmaras, sala-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada, balcn, etc. Bella Vista,
calle Colombia No. 8. Llamor
apartamento No. 5.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos de
uno y dos recmaras, sala, come-
dor, cocina, servicios. Calle 7a, No.
15. Lefevre.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, dos re-
cmaras, esquina, solo-comedor,
olombrodo, $65. 56, Ave. Porros,
llave apartamento 3, Quijano, ca-
lle 8a. No. 15. telfono 3-0234.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento muy c-
modo, moderno, con gorage, etc.
caso 5. calle la. Perejil. Llame te-
lfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILAN: Dos oportomentos
amoblados, con dos recmaras, sa-
la, comedor, cuarto de empleadas,
balcones, etc. Calle 45 No. 34.
altos.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, muy fresco, precio razo-
nable, en calle 52 No. 18, cerca
del hotel "El Panam", informes
Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, calle 47 No. 3, dos recmaras,
cuarto servicio, solo-comedor, porch,
garage etc. Llame Tel. 3-3338.
SE VENDE:APROVECHE! I carro*
por 1.450.00. Chrysler Ceupe 1941,
Ford Sedan 1931, Oldimobil* Ceu-
pa 1936. luanii conditionoi. Veri-
fe y arekelo*. Panama Aute S. A.
Ave. Justa Ar***m*na Na. 40.
SE ALQUILA:Piso olto. 3 recma-
ros, salo, comedor, porch, cuarto
de lavar, de empleada, garage. In-
formacin bojos. Ave. Juto Arose-
mena No. 56.
SE VENDE: Ford 1948 Pick-up,
excelentes condiciones. llantos
nuevos. Ave. Cubo 58. Tal. 3-3213
Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de una recmara, sala, cocina,
servicio sanitorio, en Avenida Tl-
voli, opuesto ol Correo de Ancn.
Llame al "Tivoli Travel Agency",
telfono 2-0465, Ponom.
SE VENDE: Studebaker "Cham-
pion", 4 puertos, modelo 1948,
radio, llantas, pintura, mecnica y
perfectamente conservado. Espe-
cial en B. 1,300.00. Ocurra a C. O.
Mason. S. A. (Derechos pagadosl.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE ALQUILA:Uno pieza a matri-
monio responsble sin nios. Calle
7a. No. I I segundo alto de 1 7
p. m.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento inde-
pendiente, moderno, sin muebles,
de una sola recmara, garage. Via
Behsorio Porras 168.
SF VENDE:Juego de salo, bamb,
comedor, caobo, recmara, refrige-
radora Philco. 7 pies y estufa de
gas; relativamente nuevo, por mo-
tivo de viaje. Dirijose a calle 45,
No. 7. oportomento No. 2 de 2 p
m. o 6 p. m. Precio rozonoble.
SE VENDE:Muebles ate cernedor,
mueble* de solo, coma dobla Sim-
mons, refrigerador* got Serval, lo-
de urecioi alo ocaiin. Plomera
Nacional, Central 210.
SE VENDE:Ocasin, lindo juego de
recmora. Diseo moderno. Tam-
bin coma de nio. Calle 34 No.
7.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento chico,
matrimonio solo. Avenido Centrol
115. Informes Miguel, 10 a 4 p.
m. Altos edificio.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local paro oficina.
crnbo del Teatro Centro,.
SE VENDE:Juego de salo, come-
dor, recmora, estufa de gas, lova-
doro, manteles finos. Todo muy ba-
rato, por motivo de vioje. Barriada
Vista Hermoso No. 701.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Crosley
Shelvador 1948. 10'. 60 ciclos. B.
300.00. alfombra verde de lona,
nuevo. 9' x 15' B.55.00. rodio-
fongrofo, 60 ciclos. B.50.00, c-
modo de ocero, B. 15.00. "buffet"
de acero B.30.00. mesa. 6 sillos B.
30.00, Bliss 2166-C. Calle 8o. Cu-
rund. Tel. 6191. PAD.
SE VENDE:Una refrigeradora Gen-
eral Electric, 12 pies, dos puertos,
60 ciclos. Lime al Tel. 2-1001
Panam.
iE ALQUILAN;Exclut.vomente po-
ro oficinas locales cntricos en Jos
el tos de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 v 10 can-
tuvo.
SE ALQUILA:Ideal para peluquera
nios, manicuristo o modisto, bello
local comerdol en Calle 48 Este
No. 11, Bella Vista. B.55.00. In-
formes en Refresqueria Pingino,
al lodo, o lime Tel. 3-1897.
SE ALQUILA:Paro clnica, negocio,
tienda o depsito, locol Avenida
Per, esquina Calle 36- B.60.00 3-
1001. '
SE ALQUILA:Locol comercial am-
plio, bien situado, propio para ofi-
cinas. Calle Chiriqui No. 2. 100
Balboas. Telfonos 2-2948 2-
2739.
SE VENDE:Juego de muebles de
mimbre, borato, en buenas condi-
ciones. Tel. 2-4376 en colle J.
de la Ostc. casa 8. No. 1-B.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
e-tablece el Articulo 777 del
Cdigo de Comercio, se avisa
al publico, que por medio de
la Escritura Pblica No. 48
del 16 de Enero de 1950 de la
Notara Segunda del Circuito
de Panam, Azucarera Nacio-
nal. S.A. ha comprado a Jui-
tq Pastor Correa Chiari el In-
e-tio situado en Mensab.
i ovlncla de Los Santos.
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
AZUCARERA NACIONAL. 8.A.
Marshall espera
lv mibres.
Marshall dijo tambin que Q'--s
v .dionea de la Guardia Na-
cional que han sido destacaras
ai Japn saldrn a fines di le
semana hacia ese destino
Interrogado acerca de la po-
sibilidad de que las fuerzas de
la ONU crucen e Plaralelo Vi,
e. Secretario contesto:
"La cuestin de cualquier *.-
vanee en pleno ai Norte del Pa-
ralelo 38 ei de carcter polti-
co como ya lo ha manifestado
a Oeneral MacArthur. El lac-
Ur dominante alli es el de que
al proceder de acuerdo con las
necesidades para salvaguardar
la. seguridad de su Comando. E-
ilc es lo que determina sus ac-
ciones".
El General MacArthur es el
ate del Comando Unificado de
ias Naciones Unidas en Coica.
MISCELNEA
1. IROUWERPintor d* COS**, con-
tratista, consejo* tcnicos, garan-
ti por jn ao. presupuesto* gratis.
Tel. 2-1276
Perforo Pozos de Agua. Telfono 3-
0931. Otarles J. Hilbert.
PERDIDO
PERCIDO:Por el Teatro Central se
han perdido anteojos de seora.
Se le dar gratificacin al que los
entregue ol Caf Tabogo. Tel. 3-
1487.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece el Artculo 777 del
Cdigo de Comercio, se avisa
al pblico, 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.,
8.A. el Ingenio "La Envidia-
situado en Pes. Provincia de
Herrera.
Panam, marzo 27 de 1951.
AZUCARERA NACIONAL. 8.A.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
TODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessories 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
Alambre de repello
Baldes
Galvanizados
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
Panam
Hacen explicacin
concurso que se llevar a elec-
to en el Teatro Encanto desde
maana viernes 30 de los co-
mentes, los organizadores ce
dicho acto, seores Leoniuas
oajar Y Claudio Lopez Gronir.g
manifiestan que ese certamen
.se regira por los siguientes
puntos, "que constituyen las
bases morale que deoern guar-
dar los concursantes que paiti-
ciparn en el mismo: lo. btr
..layor de dieciseis aos (co
siguiendo las Indicaciones de
la Alcalda segn se especifica
en el Permiso que ampara este
certamen; 2o. Los concursantes
debern presentarse al cerda-
men vistiendo ropa que no a-
tcnta contra la moral ni la ho-
nestidad; y a ese efecto, queda
prohibido el uso de la Hamaca
i opa de batacln, que es la que
emplean los bailarines profesio-
nales; 3o. Los bailadores ce
tamborito podrn presentarse
vistiendo el traje tpico de nuc-
,ro ambiente y costumbres; 4c.
los organizadores se reservan
e derecho de eliminar las pi-
re jas que violen las anteriores
bases".
"El propsito de este certa-
men es presentar en una com-
petencia sana y decente el
tamborito y el mambo, bailes
tip.cos d Panam y Cuba, con
ese fin no se piensa en la co-
reografa pornogrfica que cia-
ra el sentido artstico que s?
le quiere dar, sino que el pro-
posito bsico es premiar los co-
nocimiento! y la facilidad b
los bailadores, visto esto sola-
mente desde el punto de ylste
artstico".
As pues, el baile de mambo
ser el llamado mambo de sa-
lon, que se baila tanto en i<>s
sociedades como en clubes ju-
veniles en todas partes del
i.iundo, no lleva ningn movi-
miento que pueda ofender la
Honestidad, pues se basa prin-
cipalmente en la elegancia con
,,:,! los bailadores describan c<-
ta danza-
Como es el propsito de 1'jS
organizadores mantener dentro
ce ias ms estrictas reglas eotc
.i itamen. estamos dispuestos a
or las sugerencia que la Alc'al-
ia crea conveniente, y asi m
,no aceptar el visto bueno *(
a Junta de Censura o de la
pcisona que se designe para
isle caso, a fin de que est pre-
sente en el teatro los das de
i uncin".
La Polica roja
civiles, quienes comenzaron a
hacer fuego sobre los dem3 ve-
hculos.
Las autoridades militares nor-
teamericanas y britnicos se
indignaron .por lo que califica-
ron de '^ataque premeditado y
no provocado", y formularn u-
na enrgica protsta a las auto-
ridades militares soviticas-
Presntase denuncia
contra el Ministro
Jos C. de Obalda
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Don Samuel Lewis Jr. Direc-
tor de 'El Pas", present esta
maana a las nueve, una de-
nuncia contra el Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia por el de-
lito de abuso de autoridad que
ha** consistir en el hecho de
qu dicho funcionarlo orden a
la Policia Impidiera la circula-
cin del peridico "El Pas" y
paralizara el funcionamiento de
las prensas.
En la denuncia el Sr. Lewis
manifiesta que efectivamente la
orden fu cumplida y en ello
basa Su accin contra el Minis-
tro de Gobierno y Justicia, don
"los Clemente de Obalda.
Teatro de gnero
baja actualmente con toda ac-
tividad, en la preparacin de
un amplio escenarlo, camari-
nes para los artistas y lunetaiio
v otras comodidades para el
pblico, a fin de que en el cur-
so del entrante mes de AbrU
inicie sus actividades artsUc
teatrales, que segn se nos ha
;norma>do,.ser por el sistema
Je tandas a precios cmodos. .
Para el pblico
grado.
Explic que "cuando era muy
joven comenc a preguntarme
por qu las criaturas nacen
con dos brazos exactamente
iguales, con dos piernas y dos
orejas iguales y me dije: Por
qu una no es ms grande que
la otra^ Entonces me Imagin
que tenia que haber algo en
las clulas del cuerpo que re-
gula el crecimiento y efecta la
conformacin".
Durovic presumi que las c-
lulas que no crecen uniforme-
mente con las dems, careca
de ese elemento misterioso. Fue
por eso que le dl a su droga
el nombre de Krebloren, com-
binacin de tres palabras grie-
gas que significad: "Creador
de na fuerza biolgica".
Diez y siete aos ms tar-
de hace tres aos final-
mente hall su Kreblozen es-
tando en Buenos Aires, en don-
de busc refugio despus de ha-
ber estado internado durante
l guerra, en'un campamento
italiano de prisioneros.
En experimentos en su labo-
ratorio en Buenos Aires, com-
prob que podan encontrarse
grandes cantidades de Kreblo-
zen en las clulas, junto a cier-
tos vasos sanguneos de los ca-
ballos. Con estas clulas produ-
jo una cantidad de su medici-
na y la trajo a Chicago, pa-
ra probar sus efectos en can-
cerosos.
El doctor Andrew C. Ivy. vice-
presidente de la Universidad
de Illinois y director Ejecutivo
del Conselo Nacional Asesor del
Cncer. Inform el lunes que
las pruebas haban logrado re-
sultados asombrosos. En algu-
nos casos desaparecieron los
crecimientos cancerosos y los
dolores por el mal se amino-
raron, llegando a desaparecer
en algunos casos.
Su descubridor menciona, la
medicina como "un polvo ms
fino que la harina de trigo muy
fina". El tratamiento consiste
en dos dosis de un grano y
una centsima de miligramo.
Segn el doctor Durovic. no es
ms de lo que puede cubrir la
punta de un lpiz.
Durovic dice que ahora su
"nica ambicin es hacer dis-
ponible tan pronto como sea
posible, esta medicina a cuan-
tos la necesiten". No est se-
guro en qu lugar comenzar
a fabricar la medicina, pero di-
Jo que "Chicago es su ciudad
favorita". Alli vive su hermano,
quien ha contribuido con un
milln de dlares a los expe-
rimentos. Durovic dijo que est
un poco aturdido por la aten-
cin que su descubrimiento ha
recibido desde que se hizo p-
blico y agreg: "Soy un hom-
bre sencillo y modesto. No es-
toy tratando de ganar gran-
des cantidades de dinero. Mis
nicos Intereses son cientficos
y humanitarios".
El doctor Durovic declar que
le agradarla mucho enviarle
ciertas dosis de esa medicina
al mdico brasileo doctor Na-
poleno Laureano, quien se en-
cuentra muy grave a conse-
cuencia del cncer. Pero Duro-
vic, quien reside en Buenos Al-
res, agreg me l slo podra
enviar la medicina si la Ofici-
na de Medicinas y Alimentos y
el Departamento de Estado lo
autorizan.
Durovic hizo su ofrecimiento
despus de habrsele comuni-
cado la Detirln de Pompean de
Souza. Presidente de la Fun-
dacin Laureano para la lu-
cha contra el cncer. De Souza
pidi a la Embalada Norteame-
ricana en Rio de Janeiro que
tratara de obtener la nueva
medicina para el doctor Lau-
reano.
La Administracin de Ali-
mentos y Medicinas autoriz
tcitamente al doctor Durovic
para enviar al Brasil alguna
cantidad re Krebioren, que
pueda salvar la vida del doctor
Laureano.
La AAM dijo que no es per-
mitido que salga del pas con
fines comerciales ninguna me-
dicina que no se haya com-
probado primeramente, pero
que se autorizan los embarques
con fines experimentales y que
por lo tanto. Durovic, descubri-
dor de esa medicina, puede en-
viar alguna cantidad a la Ins-
titucin Laureano de Rio de Ja-
I neiro, cumpliendo ciertos requl-
(| sitos tcnicos.
JUEVES, MARZO tt, 1951
GACETILLA.
Universitarias
No ha sido terminado el edi-
' ficlo de la Facultad de Me-
dicina. Ya debieran haber
sido nombrados los profeso-
res. Organizacin de los
cursos.
El edificio de la Facultad de
Medicina, todava no ha sido de
bldamente terminado y en es-
tos das se espera que la com-
paa constructora lo entregue
a la Universidad. El edlfipio
consta de una sala de disec-
cin muy amplia, y de varios
laboratorios, que aegn nuestra
opinin han sido construidos
muy pequeos.
La Facultad de Medicina ha
debido ser edificada tomando
en cuenta sus futuras proyec-
ciones. Podemos afirmar y sin
temor a equivocarnos que en
el lapso de varios aos de es-
tar funcionando esta facultad,
se har necesario un ensan-
chamiento de todo ol edificio.
Cuando se construy el Hospi-
tal Santo Toms se pens que
era muy grande para nuestra
poblacin. Pero la realidad ha
sido distinta y ahora es muy
claco.
Con respecto a los profeso-
res opinamos que ya es hora
que sean nombrados todos los
que Intervendrn en el curso
del primer ao de medicina, y
que ellos mismos organicen los
cursos, horarios y dems por-
menores, todo lo cual redun-
dara en. beneficio de esta es-
cuela. En Panam es muy di-
fcil encontrar textos de estu-
dios. Instrumental' de trabajo
y todo lo que un estudiante
de medicina debe poseer para
poder participar en la escuela.
En el primer ao se han fi-
jado cinco materias bsicas a'
saber: Anatoma humana (des-
criptiva, Anatoma Microscpica
(histologai. Bacteriologa clni-
ca. Psiquiatra y Disertaciones
clnicas.
Es de observar que el curso
est recargado de materias su-
mamente esenciales en el estu-
dio de esta disciplina y a es-
tas alturas por lo menos ya
debiera estar confeccionado el
horario de clases y organizados
debidamente los cursos por los
profesores que dictarn cutsos
sonas conocedoras de estas
cuestiones se han manifestado
de acuerdo con nuestra opinin,
y esperamos que lo ms pron-
to posible sean nombrados los
profesores que la dictarn. Per-
en el primer ao de la Facul-
tad de Medicina.
Se proyectan crear
cursos nocturnos
en el Instituto
La Rectora del Instituto Na-
cional presentar al Ministro
de Educacin un proyecto en
que se contempla la creacin de
cursos nocturnos en dicho plan-
tel de enseanza secundaria.
Este proyecto probablemente in-
cluir cursos de capacitacin
para alumnos regulares del Ins-
tiuto Nacional y de otros cole-
gios, numerosos padres de fami-
lia se han acercado a la Rec-
tora con el fin de brindar su
calurosa aprobacin al mencio-
nado proyecto.
CITACIONES ;
aL Sociedad de Panameos
Empleados en el Canal de Pa-
nam por este medio, invita a
ios compaeros que laboran en
el Canal, a concurrir a la reu-
nion ordinaria a celebrarse el
viernes prximo 30, en el ioeal
e la escuela-1 Justo Arosemena.
cita en la calle 17 Oeste No. 4t.
La sesin se Iniciar a las 7 p.
m. y en la misma habr de tra-
tarse diversos problemas reu-
lvos a la organizacin: y la Co-
misin Directiva rendir un in-
forme de lo actuado hasta la
fecha.
La Comisin
Para dar cumplimiento a lo
establecido en loe estatutos, el
Sindicato de Lavanderas infor-
ma a todos sus miembros que
hoy da Jueves 29 de Marzo a
las 8 de la noche se verificar
una Asamblea Oeneral en el lo-
cal de la Lavandera O'keh.
La reunin empezar a la ho-
ra indicada v por ello se enca-
rece puntual asistencia a todos
los socios.
Heriberto Martines
Secretarlo de Prensa f
Propaganda
Se instalarn
r la Defensa Civil, fje incluy
tu preparacin tcnica de un
celerminado grupo de persona*
4uc recibirn instruccin sobre
defensa civil en la Zona ck-1
Canal. Dichas personas a su
vez, impartirn instrucciones en
general a los Comisariatos le
Barrios y voluntarios.
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 1951
extendida en la Notara Pri-
mera del Circuito de Panam.
he vendido al seor Manuel
Prez A. la Joyera "LA FI-
GURINA", situada en CaBe
Herrera 127. Chitr.
Jess Gomales C.
Cd. 47-43163


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JUEVES, MARZO 3?. 1951
O. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETt.
Si
Hoy Contesta Chitr
El VIII Campeonato
Acepta Presentar
Nacional De Bisbol
El equipo 5o. Pato
desafa al campen
de basketball menor
La Federacin hizo el ofrecimiento
debido a que Veraguas renuncila sede
El conjunto de basketball; -------
"Deportivo Quinto Patio", deaa-' veraguas renunci la Sede del
fa a dos fuertes quintetos, de vil Campeonato* Nacional de
acuerdo con la siguiente carta: Baseball Amateur, y la Fede-
8eor Redactor Jefe
De la Pgina Deportiva de
El Panam-Amrica
Ciudad.
Seor Rolla:
Le ruego encarecidamente se
bllc
racin opt por ofrecerle el de-
recho de presentar el Campeo-
nato a Chitr, cabecera de la
Provincia de Herrera, por ser
la ade suplente.
Estos y otro Importantes a-
slrVa publicar en la Pgina De-juntos se trataron y resolvie-
,!... *.. n.*ri riirio i ni. ron en la reunion de anoche
2LA!!.t. ' de la Federacin Nacional de
guente reto:
do los B.5,000 que ha dado en
anos anteriores, para sufragar
los gasto: que demanda una
competencia de esta naturalexa.
Agregaron que en una impor-
V r.!.'n a..mtn ptio" Bisbol, a la cual asistieron
rf.fi: ? ..- Sn i muido ilos federados Arturo llueca. hasta el presente, y que con un
d^esafa por este medio ai equipo Cados Delvalle j0aqun Orte- ao por delante catn seguros
campen aei Basneioau menor Godofredo Orimaldo, lAils que podrn presentarlo en' la
de la Liga Provincial a una se- once Daro Ruiz, Dr. Alonso ; prxima ocasin,
re de tres partidos en el cuadro R Pedro Medina ^i como | n vijta de eto, la Federa-
El Dep. Aguilar reta
a los Leones de La
Chorrera en softball
El equipo de softbatl "Depor-
tivo Villa Agullar," reta por es-
te medio al conjunto Los Leones
de La Chorrera, para celebrar
un partido el prximo domingo
n la maana en el Campo de
Unte reunin que sostuvieron Matuna.
con la mayora del Comit Or-! Los directores de Los Leones
ganlaador de Veraguas, decidle-! pueden contestar el reto a la
ron renunciar la sede del Cam- i Seccin Deportiva de este perl-
peonato, pero han solicitado a dico, Apartado 134
la Federacin la Sede del IX | El Deportivo Villa Agullar es
campeonato Nacional, con el (in un conjunto capitalino que cuen
de aprovechar los gastos hechos ta con entusiastas Jugadores de
que ellos escojan. varios cronistas deportivos y
Tambin retamos al equipo olroa destacados deportistas,
campen del basketball menor
de la Zona del Canal, segn las Los federados, Orimaldo, Del-
condlclones que estipulen. vajje y Medina presentaron su
81 aceptan el desafio, como informe sobre los trabajos del
esperamos, srvase entrevistarse Estadio de Santiago de Vera-
con el joven Ricardo Gmez en gUas de la labor del Comit Or-
la Planta Milwaukee de la Cer- ganlzador Informando que los
vecera Nacional. I trabajos se encuentran dema-
81n otro particular, y dando- alados atrasados y no se cuen-
1* las gracias ta con el dinero necesario, toda
vez que el gobierno ha nena-
Quedo de Ud. Atentamente,---------------------------------------------
clon acord ofrecerle la sede a
Chitr, pero Informndole de la
imposibilidad de contar con los [
B.5,000 por negativa de la Con-
tratarla General, prometindole
las bolas que sern donadas por
el Departamento de Educacin
Fsica.
En el curso del da de hoy
deber contestar Chitr, si a-
cepta la sede, de lo contrario
es muy posible que se presente
en Panam.
softball y espera que los chorre-
ranos aceptarn el desafio.
Social Deportiva
LANZO LA PRIMERA BOLA DEL JUEGOLa bella seorita Martha Spadafora lama la pri-
mera bola en el juego que sostuvieron ayer El Panam-Amrica y La Hora y que gan el se-
gundo por suerte, por score de 11 carreras a 10. Aparecen con ella los directores de los dos
equipos Armando Moreno G. v Arquimedes "Fat" Fernndez y los "escuincles" jugadores de
La Hora.
Ernesto Carreras.
En plena actividad
el campeonato de
billar del Pacfico
Reputante Costoso Error De "Macho"
Arango Decidi Ei Juego
a Favor De La Hora Ayer
En un final cardiaco y lleno i la hacia las grada, pero la pri-
de emocin, el equipo de soft- mera base de El Panam Am-
El campeonato interno de pool ball de La Hora, se adjudic la! rica a pesar de todo el tiempo
(billari del Club Deportivo Pa- serle amistosa sostenida contra que tuvo para llegar a salvo
El Softball Social est presentando los
ltimos juegos de la vuelta eliminatoria
a la Inicial, no hizo el menor
Intento y fu puesto out... ter-
minando asi el partido con la
derrota de este peridico.
El juego fu una verdadera
cifico sigue desarrollndose con i El Panam Amrica, al ganar
loa ms halagadores resultados anoche el tercer partido por
para sus organizadores, por cuan anotacin de 11 carreras a 10.
to esto ha dado lugar a la ma- Este Juego que fu presencla-
yor distraccin y acercamiento do por una numerosa concu-
de un crecido nmero de sus, rrencla, result reido en todas orgia de batazos, jugadas lnte-
iflliados; asi como tambin al sus etapas, y en el ltimo epi- resantes y errores a granel,
retorno de algunos que, por una sodio los "pnamerlqueros" per-I Donado Vistete, una de las
u otra razn, se encontraban dieron la-preciosa oportunidad
alejados desde hace algn tlem-, de adjudicarse el desafio al co-
po. meter un error mental la prl-
_ .... .mera base Alfredo "Atato"
En el ultimo encuentro por el Arang0. El Panam Amrica te-
^Pl""^JAp"eia.I0"se^ na las base, llenas con dos
Arteaga result vencedora de ou^ y Arang0 fu ponchado tl_
Por este medio esta Pgina
Deportiva ae complace en fell-___ w- __ ..
citar al pequeo Agulrre y que MPafa DUTcM
cumuli mnithiu ifliM mil Mn ^reaiw wrm
columnas sobresalientes de El
Panam Ambrica, conect el
nico cuadrangular del juego.
Tambin fu nuestro equipo el
nico en reallsar una magnifi-
ca doble jugada. -
El juego termin con gran al-
?nQpafr,. rnn!?wUC^n,lritn rndo!e- El recepto? no pudo garabia y fu un verdadero tor-
ranadqrunea.Taa^Tpareja^! recoger el tiro corriendo la bo-1 neo de cultura.
liviana de este campeonato y. [
m^Am^^1S^.OsunM los Camellos para la serie final
, mucho menos cuan- de |a g^i gendo anilla ja Cervecera|lencluna pl*ta para lu
As quin no juega!
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Social)
G. P.
ptica Sosa ......... 10 0
Camellos ............. 8 !
Polica .-............... 1 3
Alemn Jr............ 6 3
Mauricio ................. 5 4
Cervecera ....... *
Madurito .............. 3 5
Pinocho............... 2 6
Chesterfield .......% 6 250
O. Jimnex ............ 2 8 20
Catedral............... 1 8 .111
El equipo Bola
de Oro encabeza
la Liga Darn
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
DE LA LIGA DARIEN
Bola de Oro .... Novatos ............. M. Arosemena .... P. Estrellas ........ F. Patritico ..... G. P. Pje. 11 2 .900 -.5 6 .450 ... 5 7 .183 ..5 7 483 .47 .325
Los 6 Grandes de la L. Darin
D. Watts (PEi F. Vlllarreal (FP) E. Mendlves (BO) P. Camarera (FPi P. Guevara (PE) R. Taylor (PE) VB..H. At. 22 10 454 21 9 428 28 11 392 34 13 382 28 10 357 20 7 350
CALENDARIO OFICIAL DE LA LIGA DARIEN
28 de Marzo M. Arosemena ts P. Estrellas
29 de Marzo
NoVatos ts Bola de Oro
30 Marzo
F. Patritico vs P. Estrella
PARITA, Marzo 28
Guillermo Rolla (Panamerica)
Panam.
, Agradecido por honor ron-
dio con el Alemn Jr protesta nreme al dedicarme partido
.que debe decidir la Junta DI- con colefa ..La Hora conoclen.
. & I reSrva esta_,tarde- ... . do la habilidad y fortalexa dos E. Estrella va P. Patritico 1.30
1.000 En caso de que el Mauricio novenas, permitome ofrecer dos Novatos vs P. Eetrella 11 a.m.
.800 gane la protesta y triunfe en el Trofeos, uno ganador, otro per-
.700 juego de esta fecha mantendr dedor. Los entregar a mi re-
.b67 su opcin a la serle final. gtet0 en ceremonia especial. Sa-
.556 El juego de ayer lo ganaron iu .500 los Camellos por 5 a 2 a los Cer-
.375 veceros. Worberto Navarro
.250___________________. _____
i ---------------------
Juego de Hoy
PINOCHO vs MADURITO
Partido de Maana
ii::an Jr. vs mapimito
Resultado de Ayer
Camellos 5Cervecera 2
Por Beto Tejada-
Mauricio y Pinocho tienen
Deportes a Granel
Decamos anoche
Panamericana
Por itritr.Mt'
por la Red-
31 de Marzo
Novatos vs F. Patritico (1 p.m.)
B. de Oro vs M. Arosemena 4p.m.
1 de Abril
2 de Abril
Novatos vs Bola de Oro
3 de Abril
Novatos vs P. Estrella
4 de Abril
M. Arosemena vs F. Patritico
5 de Abril
P. Estrella vs M. Arosemena
6 de Abril
Novatos vs F. Patritico
y los delanteros Fellow Oarcia
y Quiroz, todos los cuales han
Segn se ha publicado en los actuado en equipos profesiona-
peridlcos colombianos en los * de Cali, la
Juegos Panamericanos partid- Bucaramanga.
paron profesionales de acuerdo
con esta crnica. Sin embareo en Buenos Aires, M. Arosemena vs Novatos 1 pm.
durante los Panamericanos, eran Novatos vs F. Patritico 11 arr
versldad y
7 de Abril
B. de Oro vs F. Patrtico 1 p.m.
Estrella vs M. Arosemena 4 p.m.
I de Abril
Durante la celebracin de los
Hoy cumple un ao de edad. ST^tU^-urd. Sott legos' Panamericanos" se" pre-, limpiamente amateurs
-! *!*? ^jBI ^ZT^o presenta in-1 ^ ^^Ten^enT?;'
del destacado jinete
Blas "Tanque" Agulrre.
Con tal motivo sus padres
ofrecern ana flesteclta en se
residencia para celebrar este
acontecimiento.
' svaf giurSFz rmkt? s-sf s
9 de Abril
Bola de Oro vs P. Estrellas
protesta por el choque que per-
Torneo de bolos
cumpla muchos aos ms son
nuestros deseos.
Hoy cumple su primer ao la
encantadora niftita avile ivet
TE TEJADA, hija del columnist*
de esta seccin Beto Tejada'y
i Sra. Mlida de Tejada, motivo
I por el cual tendr en su resl-
do se tratara de luchar contra
rivales de la talla de la pareja
perdedora.
amlguitas y amlgultos.
Deseamos a la pequea Avile-
El equipo de la Cervecera, lugar en la Serie Final, al oble-' ne muchas felicidades y que el
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Casa Mlkek .............18
Entrometidos ............... 17
Club Martini ............... 16
Carta Vieja............. 14
Importadora Selecta ...... 14
Teatro Tropical ............. 12
Pinocho .-................ 12
Flan Royal .....i......... 12
Balboa Express............. 9
Continuando con xito el tor-
RIO DE JANEIRO, MarzoEl
famoso equipo de basquetbol de
los negros norteamericanos Har-
lem Globe Trotters, campeones
mundiales profesionales, cuya
venida al Brasil est anunciada
para el prximo mes de Abril
deber extender su jira a la
Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Pe-
r, Colombia, Panam y Ecua-
las competencias esencialmente dor-
amateur que se acaban de cele-1 A fin de resolver los detalles Bola de Oro vs M. Arosemena
brar en Buenos.Alres\ integra- correspondientes para las exhi- .
ron el conjunto" de Costa Rica bidones del Globe Trotters ha I
jugadores manifiestamente pro- partido hacia Buenos Aires el I pa "Rl Avien Pln.irtnnn"
lesinales, como son el arque-, encargado de'las negociaciones1 '* *" r,,,ou VH"""' .
ro Alvarado. el medio Alpizar, con ese grande equipo. ...... ..
ciertas entidades dirigentes, y
por la otra, la Ingenuidad con
que son aceptadas las creden-
ciales de los participantes en
eventos amateur, en los cuales
deba ser rigurosa la fijacin
de la calidad del competidor,
Por ejemplo, en el torneo de
ftbol Panamericano, parte de
10 de Abril
M. Arosemena vs F. Patritice
11 de Abril
P. Estrellas vs Novatos
12 de Abril
F. Patritico vs Bola de Oro
13 de Abril
qued eliminado de la contlen- ner un merecido triunfo sobre Todopoderoso la conserve slem-1 "Caf Duran" t
dichosa al lado de | ___,_. . _. 0,i ..ua ,
n.3 5??-rmi? ,.? mV ; d del BotbaU Social al per- los cerveceros.
Sm.h-.' ^w.kS..^ ui1.1! der ayer tarde frente a los Ca-! El partido result interesante
lWri2?\, mlSSn\l Intl^n os por 5 carreras a 2. i y ambos conjuntos lucharon con
de P& Ang^rSSe el InS Por s" P*rte' los Camellos se tesn Partt obtener esU toPr-
rtmorc^S? Ta actual dlrect! aseguraron prcticamente un tante victoria
va es el de mantener al Club
pre sana y
sus amorosos padres.
El chinilo A. Kam
S 2W*!SFJEf%l'El Remn volvi al comando del ftbol del rfir e| director del
lo social; razn por la cual i!/m__.__II ._. t i i me i 1*510 01 IMOUUI UCI
quntelo clgarrlllero
estn circulando las invitado-, Chorrillo con su triunfo sobre el Mendoza
nes de rigor para el gran festl-
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol del Chorrillo
igor
able
val bailable que se llevar a
cabo en los amplios salones del
Jardn Balboa, cedido gentil-
mente por el 8r. 'Tatali" al G P Pts.
quien agradecemos profunda- Cnel. Remn ....244
mente tan simptico gesto y ha- Dep. Pern .....244
cemos votos por que esta genti- p k. 1......4 10
leza se traduaca en el mejor de Nacional ...... 4 1 0
los xitos para ambos; ya que Mendoza ...... 4 2 0
esperamos la decidida coopera- _____
don de todos los deportistas y\ El equipo de ftbol Coronel
la de todos los amantes a gozar Remn volvi al comando de la
de un agradable fin de semana
en un ambiente saino, decente y
de buena camaradera.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
justa mayor del Chorrillo con
su victoria de ayer sobre el De/t
portlvo Mendoza por 5 tantos
4 en el cuadro de Calle 27 Oes-
te.
Desde el primer tiempo los
Se cita por este medio a todos pacos tomaron la .delantera y
Jos integrantes del equipo de mantuvieron la necesaria ven-
basket BAM a una importante taja para triunfar. La primera
reunin que tendr lugar ma- etapa termin 3 a 1 a favor de
nana a las 7.30 de la noche en los pupilos del Coronel Remn.
el Beer Lounge de la Cervece- -
ra Nacional.
Be espera puntual asistencia.
Gaviln atraviesa
Con las autoridades grandes formas para
su pelea de maana
Augusto Kam, el magnifico
equipo del Flan Royal sall ano-
che del stano al vencer a los
punteros de Casa Mlke 3 a 1.
C. Herman y A. Arlas hicieron
las serles ms altas de la noche,
524 y 513 respectivamente, pero
sus compaeros de equipo no
supieron acompaarlos.
La anotacin individual fu
la siguiense.
A .Arlas
Por los ganadores marcaron
los goles R. Gual 2; P. Pabilo,,
J. Sols y C. Herazo un tanto! rK?T *BarfrtbVllTue u A? ,?'0
j- _ ._ -i w j__- arbitro ae oasaeioaii que tan, w Maduro
Quintero 2 Tavlor fK I brll,ante labor, brlnt,Va en el: A. deJann
zV uno cada uno I Torneo Provincial el ao pasado c Herman
za uno caaa uno. | probara suerte ahora en ei pa-
Aparte de esto, la Liga en Pel d "Director" cuando el vier
su pasad, reunin decidi dar! nes a las 7.00 pm asuma la res-
Ios dos puntos, al Deportivo Pe- i ponsabilidad de los Campeo-
rn en el juego que sostuvo i ne del Lord Chesterfield,
con el Nacional y que termin i Kflm fu R(.OBido nor los iu-
=^^.2-i*? ~: ado^st rSySdS? del
CASA MIKE
157 173
135
132
141
202
188
127
133
143
183
127
130
127
179
513
448
389
401
524
787 782 748 2275
FLAN ROYAL
F Garcherl 443 167 151
J. Cowes 143
R. Lombana 103
1^!" f'r?" 2? *. 1e conjunto Don Carlos lleta en Piad
dos jugadores que no son resi-
dentes del Barrio del Chorri-
llo, violando en esta forma los
Reglamentos de la Liga y te-
niendo que aplicar la pena de]
caso.
La contienda seguir el do-
mingo con los Juegos Pern vs.
Remn y Nacional vs. PRI.
reunin que celebraron ltima-
mente.
Un total de 12 jugadores ten-
dr para esta temporada el
134
G. McGeachy 205
139
143
162
137
101
113
153
143
481
383
359
449
485
VENDEMOS
A precios muy reducidos
0 CHASISES FORD de 1 tonelada para Busitos
CAMIONES FORD F-7 de 2l/t Toneladas
AUTOBUSES completo REO de 25 y 29 pasajeros
TODOS NUEVOS (Modelo 1950)
Aprovchese de esta CANGA donde
AUTOS OMPHOYS, S.A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena y Calle 26 Telfono 2-0810
Handicap
equipo campen, y con experlen
ca de Kam, este conjunto puede
repetir el resonante triunfo lo-
728 748 681 2137
50 50 50 150
778 798 711*2287
ca de Kam, este conjunto
nte trlur
grado en la campaa pasada.
Juego de esta Noche
I. SELECTA vs PINOCHO
deportivas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
NUEVA YORK. Marzo 29 (U.
P.)El periodista cubano Ara-
mis del Pino, despus de visitar
al campamento de Kid Gaviln
... - ., en Summit, Nueva Jersey, de-
,t,oA>N r BE,?NARDlwO. Marzo dBr no haber visto nunca al
(UP)Los Cachorros derrotaron campen welter cubano en con-
a los Piratas por 7 a 6 con 14 alciones tan excepcionales co-
incogibles uno de los cuales fue,. m0 anora, sobre todo por deno
jonrn de Random Jackson. Los* tar mucha mayor potencia ei
Piratas batearon 11 pero cometie JUS golpes
ron cuatro errores. Los Cacho-,
rros enviaron al mismo tiempo Del Pino se encuentra en Nue-
al lniciallsta Kevin "Chuck" va York para reportar la pelea
Connors al equipo "Los Aneles" del viernes entre Gaviln y Ge-
de la Liga de la Costa del Pa- ne Halrston y augura el triunfo
cifico. de Gaviln.
en
NOTICIA SENSACIONAL
suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
MUEBLES DE CAOBA POR JUEGOS
0 POR PIEZAS SUELTAS.
COLCHONES, ESPRINES, DIVANES SIMMONS.
BICICLETAS INGLESAS CONDOR.
i
mil artculos ms!
ElDiaD
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FACILIDADES DE PAGO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Avenida Central 86 CLUB Telfono 2-2444
1>m & kmhe
ailm/iAdo.
La locin para despus de afeitarse
que ms se vende en el
mundo
El hoKibre covo retiro luce son, fresco lleno de do _
conquisto y se nwece a odmiraci6n del bel o ,.. Y los
hombres que uson Aquo Velvo son ob.e.o natural de tal
admiracin. Unas ge-titas aplicada, despus de
afeitar entonan el cutis, avivan la circularon ..
fragancia que distingue al hombre
,legante. Por eso Aqua Vclva t
locin pora despus de afeitarse
! ms se vende en el mundo.
(Pruebe Aqua Velva maano
mismo para que ellas lo admireni
imparten esa


FAGINA I
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, MARZO 2, 19Sf
MUCHA CARNE EN BERLINMientras los britnicos pasan las
tic ( am para conseguir un pedazo de carne, en la Alemania Oc-
cidental las carniceras se encuentran atestadas de carne, la cual
puede comprarse sin racionamiento.
Frentica bsqueda de un supuesto
nio asesinado por su padre tuvo
lugar durante dos das en P. Nuevo
Uno de los captulo ms emo-
tivos y que conmovi por va-
rias horas desde anteayer a
ANTES AHORAUna carnicera de Londres nos muestra en su
vidriera a una mujer gorda con varios filetes en su mano, mien-
tras que a la izquierda se encuentra un esqueleto con la racin
actual de carne. Qu buenos tiempos aquellos!
Submarinos rusos
inspeccionaron las
costes del Canad
TORONTO, Canad, marzo 29
De acuerdo con un ae-
ticulO aparecido en la revula
"McClean", los submarinos i li-
sos completaron un reconoci-
miento cuidadoso de las coot.as
orientales del Canad, pene-
trando dentro del limite de tics
m lilas hasta la Baha de FunJv.
El autor, Gerald Anglin, diio
tjue se ie haba permitido leer
trozos de los archivos secretos
Iflfjo Je gustaran mejor
los tiernos pollos BIRDS EYE?
A la Argentina le
desagrada actitud
que adopt Cuba
HABANA, Cuba, Mar. 29 tUl')
__ El Encargado de Negocios
de Argentina, Martn EduarJc
Bortagaray le hizo una visita a
Kal Ruiz, Ministro de Rea-
clones Exteriores de Cuba, In-
terino, para decirle que el Oo-
jicrno Argentino considera co-
mo una intervencin en los a-
suntos Internos de su pas la
aprobacin por el Senado Cu-
bano de una mocin condedan-
du el cierre de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires.
Bortagaray dijo que se envia-
r-una nota de protesta al Go-
bierno Cubano s la mocin es
probada.
La crisis que hay
en Coln impide
sacar cdulas
COLON, Marzo 29 (R.C.A.)
La situacin econmica por la
cual atraviesa esta ciudad, es
uno de los factores que Impi-
de la obtencin de cdulas de
Identidad personal. Adems, el
estar sujetos a mltiples dispo-
siciones vigentes.
Es tan alarmante la cantidad
de cdulas depositadas en la
Alcalda Municipal de este Dis-
trito que este corresponsal se
dio la tarea de investigar la
causa esta, pudlendo constatar
que la mayor parte de estas
cdulas son duplicado en donde
las partes Interesadas tienen la
necesidad de depositar o entre-
gar en estampillas la suma de
dos balboas, dinero que hoy da
no es fcil conseguir. Es ms,
por informe obtenido en la Ofi-
cina del Registro Civil en el
dia de ayer, fuimos Informa-
dos que para obtener cdula
de identidad personal, los in-
teresados tienen que conseguir
el Registro Civil, documento que
se expide en la ciudad de Pa-
nam, donde se halla el Re-
gistrador General del Estado
Civil de las personas.
Esta disposicin Impide de
hecho a los nuevos interesados
i y residentes en los campos o
familia sin trabajo obtener es-
te documento tan preciso. La
ciudadana colonense espera
angustiosamente los buenos ser-
vicios del seor Anbal Esqulvel
R Registrador General de las
personas, para que solucione es-
te problema que es de gran
trance para un sinnmero de
personas.
lyer a la comunidad de Pueblo
'uevo, fue el rumor de un fl-
cldlo, cuando se crey que Ha-
ra Reynolds, soltero, negro con
esidencla en la casa 4939 de
Pueblo Nuevo habla matado a
su hijo Leroy Reynolds* de diez
aos de edad.
Por varas horas grupos de
policas, detectives y moradores
de Pueblo Nuevo, a los cuales
se le sumaron unidades de Pa-
nam y Rio Abajo, estuvieron
buscando entre los montes y
quebradas de Pueblo Nuevo, el
posible cuerpo de Leroy Rey-
nolds, mientras su padre guar-
daba un abismante silencio.
Anteayer a las ocho de la
maana Leroy fue enviado a
hacer algunas diligencias y eran
las doce del da y no regresa-
ba. Segn se dice, la madre
de Leroy hace muchos aos que
se fu a Costa Rica y el nio
ha sido criado desde sus dos
aos de edad por Joseph Car-
mlchael y Edtth Carmlchael. El
nio ha crecido absoluto y do-
minante. Impone u propia vo-
luntad, de manera que ante el
problema creado por el nio
Leroy, los Carmlchael fueron a
donde Harris y le dijeron que
l tena que tomar alguna me-
dida, que ya ellos no podan
soportar ms la conducta del
chico.
Harris les dijo que l resol-
vera eso en seguida y sall a
buscar al pequeo Leroy, a
quien encontr jugando con
otros, en una de las zanjas de
Pueblo Nuevo. Lo correte has-
ta alcanzarlo y los dems ni-
os asustados, los vieron per-
derse entre el monte. Al poco
tiempo el viejo Harris regres
con la ropa del chico en las
manos. Corrieron toda clase de
rumores cuando el viejo Rey-
nolds le dijo a los Carmlchael
que ya Leroy no les molestara
ms. Entre los rumores hubo
uno. que gan rpidamente la
fantasa popular: Harris se ha-
ba cambiado rpidamente de
ropa y l siempre usaba un
cuchillo. Harris haba matado
a su hijo.
El viejo Harris Reynolds no
hablaba, ni quiso dar detalles
a Na poHcHa. Por horas y ho-
ras buscaron al nio entre los
montes sin encontrarlo. De se-
guro lo haba tirado al fondo
de alguno de los zanjones tan
comunes en Pueblo Nuevo. Pe-
ro el pequeo Leroy no apare-
ci en toda la tarde, ni la
noche.
Ayer se aclar el misterio
cuando Daniel Carmlchael, que
vive en Calle M nmero 2, le
dijo a los otros Carmlchael que
el pequeo Leroy se habla pre-
sentado con otras ropas a su,
casa como a las cinco de la
tarde y entonces se pudo sa-
ber que su padre slo le qui-
t la ropa, le peg y lo ama-
rr y que el pequeo se ha-
ba soltado y conseguido algu-
nas ropas y se haba venido
a la ciudad.
Asi se desvaneci el ltimo
rumor que surgi ante la bs-
queda infructuosa, de que se-
guro el viejo Reynolds haba
enterrado a su propio hijo. Este
ha sido uno de los pocos casos
de pnico popular que cobra
fuerza vigorosa ante la Inutili-
dad de la bsqueda y el silen-
cio de un padre al castigar a
un hl^o.
ELDORADO
HOY
LINDAS CANCIONES Y BAILES ARREBATADORES
en
"CORAZN
DEFIERA''
CON UN REPARTO ESTELAR EXCEPCIONAL
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I ME GUSTA EL MAMBO!!
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LILIA PRADO
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de la Armada, los cuales tratan
de las investigacin llevada a
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ao pasado.
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JUEVES, MARZO 2, 1951
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINE NlitVI
______
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
HO JUEVES
3:00 El favorito de hoy
3:15 l'n Mujer sin Importan-
cia. Novela.
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:M Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones italianas
TEATRO LUX
Aire Acondicionado
2:55 4:55 6:55 y 9:00 p.m.
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
por Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
HOY
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 El Caballero Varona
Novela "Camel"
7:16 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
745 Donde el Rio Nace
Novela dramatizada
8:00 Msica popular
8:30 Melodas venezolanas
Y EN EL TEATRO
CECILIA
(En el Coraion de la Ciudad)
* Una portentosa aventura! GRANDE en todo sentido.'... Grande por sus estrellas, *
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* pular del momento, JOHN WAYNE, en un papel romntico y virila la cabeza de *
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John Wayne en "RIO GRANDE"
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JOHN FORD'S GREATEST
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8:45 Belisarlo Lorez y su Orq
9:00 Msica favorita
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
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10:30.Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Buenas noches
MANAA~V1ERNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 El despertador musical
6:30 Noticiero RPA
7:00 Espaoleras
7:15 Msica tiplea
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Cantares de Mxico
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias Tropicales
10:00 Dedicatorias
11:30 Grandes artistas
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero RPA.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Comentarlos deportivos
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica variada
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Delicias tropicales
2:00 Noticias
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Desde Hollywood
FRANCISQTJITO, NINO
MIMADO
En estos dias, el nio mima-
do de los estudios Universal-
International es un mulo de ca-
das orejas llamado Franclsqul-
to, un actor que vale su peso
en oro y que actualmente pro-
tagonizada al lado de Donald
O'Connor y Piper Laurie, el film
"Franclsqulto Campen."
Tan alto concepto tienen sus
jefes de este animal que lo ase-
guraron en $100,000 dlares
cuando comenz a trabajar en
la pelcula, pues en ella alter-
na con caballos y es bien sa-
bida la mala voluntad que es-
tos ltimos tienen a los mu-
los.
Arthur Lubln, que dirigi al
hibrldo artista en su primera
cinta "Palabra de MuloT" y lo
guia igualmente en la escuela,
prefiere habrselas con este;
cuadrpedo que batallar con ac-
tores humanos.
"Nunca protesta por nada y lo
hace todo como se le ordena, sin
el menor arranque temperamen-
tal", declara Lubln. "Adquiri
tanta experiencia en su. prime-
ra pelcula que me sent ma-
ravillado cuando comenzamos
sta. Jams necesita ensayar
su papel."
El fotgrafo de las.dos pro-
ducciones en que ha interveni-
do Franclsqulto dice por su par-
te: "Pintamos marcas en el sue-
lo del escenarlo sonoro y se las
sealamos con el dedo. Fran-
clsqulto camina hasta colocarse
sobre ellas y entonces filmamos
la escena. Nunca se pasa de laj
raya y se muestra deseoso de
aprender a pesar de que el ni-
co premio que recibe es algo
tan prosaico como una zana-
horia."
Jimmy Philips, fu el descu-
bridor de Franclsqulto y des-
pus de probarlo con otros 50
mulos lo escogi para interpre-
tar "Palabra de Mulo!" por 3U
buena disposicin y finos mo-
dales. 8u labor en este primer
film despert los ms elogiosos
comentarios.
"No es de extraar que todos
lo quieran tanto", comenta Phi-
lips. "En mis 30 aos de ex-
periencia nunca he encontrado
un mulo que se comportara me-
jor y tuviera un carcter tan
dcil. No tendra Inconveniente
EL
AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
ORAN
DEBUT!
HOY!
A LAS
9:00 P.M.
ORAN
DEBUT!
EN EL TEATRO
PRESIDENTE.
DE LA COMPASflA CUBANA DE COMEDIAS Y VARIEDADES
JUANITO
BORRAS
En la que participan las ms
destacadas figuras del
Cine, Teatro y Radio
Cubano
Con el ESTRENO del Divertido
Sanete del aplaudido
Autor Cubano
FELIPE RIVERA
YO QUIERO UN HOMBRE
EN LA SEGUNDA PARTE DEL PROGRAMA
Como solo puede verse en los grandes
Teatros y Cabarets de La Habana
Zenia
MARABAL
y Csar Esteban
Los Novios del
Tango
Hortensia
LMAR
Notable Vedette
Felipe
RIVERA
El simptico
Gallego
Lydia
CAMPOS
Cancionera
Tropical
Carmela
RODRIGUEZ
Actriz Cmica
JIANITO BORRAS
XI Rey del Ritmo Afro-Cubano.
EMILIO BARRIOS en su creacin del Cninlto "CHTM-U"
y como atraccin especial jos REYES DEL MAMBO
MARTA y CARLOS
(Cortesa del Cabaret "Happyland")
MAANA
CAMBIO COMPLETO DE PROGRAMA.
RECIO Y SENSACIONAL ACTO DE VARIEDADES
TROPICAL
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eon MAUREEN O'HARA
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Los PANCHOS
Las Mualas de
Fuego, on
"RINCN
CRIOLLO"
5! PRESIDENTE
A LAS 8:30 P.M.
GRAN DEBUT I
do la -
CAMPARA CUBANA DE
COMEDIAS y VARIEDADES
JUANITO BORRAS
con el divertido sainete
"Yo Quiero Un Hombre"
- Ademas: -
Nmero de Variedades por
______Toda la Compaa!
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
A LAS :00 P. M. WAHOOI
B .115.00 en Premios'.
p Ademas: o
Betty Hutton. on
"El Asombro del Sirio"
Robert Lowery, en
"RUMBO A LA MUERT1
TEATRO TIVOLI
Marga Lpez, en
FLOR DE FANGO"
Mara Antonleta Pons, en
PWA MADURA"
TEATRO IRIS
Luis Sandrini, en
"PALABRA DE HONOR"
Manolita Saval, en
"LO PRIMERO ES Y1VIK"
VICTORIA
Maureen O'Hara. on
HONOR DE RAZA
- Adems: -
Stephen McNally, en
"DIME CON QUIEN
ANDAS"
PACIFICO
Clifton Webb, en
"OENIO. ULTIMO
MODELO"
Adamas: -
Jamos Stewart, on
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO I
B 200 para el Pblico!
B.1M.M a las y t p m.
- Adems: -
Clark Gable, an
"LA DAMA, DIJO NO"
Red Skelton, en
"LOCO AL VOLANTE"
TEATRO EDISON
Colosal Doble Programa I
"LA CITA SINIESTRA"
"EL NIO DEL CABELLO
VERDE"
CINE HISPANO
Weldon Hephan, en
"EL HOMBRE No. 13"
Barry Sullivan, en
"ODIO en su CORAZN"
VISTERMOSA
John Miles, an
"El Cadver Tatuado'
Ademas: Joseph
Cotten y Valli. en
"NO LLORES MI
AMOR
ROOSEVELT
Colosal Doble!
"EL EXTRAftO
MAGO"
Adema: .
FURIA DEL MAR"
APOLO
"LA POSESIN"
"La Hila del Panal"
MAMAN A!
"FLOR DE CAMA"
'fe Quiere Ser Mala"
IDEAL
Mara Fllx. an
"DORA DIABLA"
- Ademas:
Victor Junco, an
"RINCN
_________BRUJO'
en dejar que mis chicos Juga-
ran con l.
"La mayora de las personas
piensan que los caballos son
muy inteligentes y los mulos
muy torpes por naturaleza y
es todo lo contrario. Nuestro
mulo es un gran actor.
Lea en "Selecciones" de Febrero el articulo sobre Car-Plato
(llamado CAR-SOL en Panam)
un llim****^*
.1 vi * i
en 20 minutos-
SIH fROTAR!
S* faranf/s qua au automvil ob-
tendr el acabado en cera ms relu-
ciente y perdurable que jams ha
taido, empleando CAR-SOL, una
innovacin. Un nio do 12 aos pueda
ancorarlo como un profesional an 20
m inutos. CAR-SOL Johnton'a protega
al color y la superficie del automvil
do la inclamencia del tiempo. Pri-
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3:00 4:45 -6:50 9:00 p.m.
UN ROMNTICO IDILIO SOBRE UN FONDO
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SALOMON"
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