The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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US Still Bears Brunt of Korean War
8 Nation Committee To Push
For Civil Liberties Treaty
By HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, Mar. 31 (UP) A
British Government survey shows
the United States still bears the
brunt of the war in Korea.
Some 20 other nations have of-
fered military help, while 31 na-
tions have offered economic and
military aid.
On the economic and medical
side the proffered help, most of
which has been accepted, ranges
from penicillin to Ethiopian dol-
lore
On the military side much of
the help offered Is of a token na-
ture Thirteen nations besides
the United States already have
fighting men and equipment in
action in Korea under General
Douglas MacArthur.
These 13 nations are: Britain,
Canada, Australia. New Zealand,
South Africa, Belgium. France,
Greece, Luxembourg, the Nether-
lands the Philippines, Thailand
Panam, Colombia and Ethio-
pia have made offers which have
been accepted.
Offers are pending from Costa
Rica, Bolivia, Cuba and El Salva-
Here Is a summary of the mili-
tary aid:
British CommonwealthAbout
22 000 men of the Army, Navy and
Air Force now serving in Korea.
BelgiumOne Infantry batta-
lion, plus transport aircraft.
BoliviaAn offer of 30 regular
army officers is pending.
CqlomblaAn offer of an In-
fantry battalion has been accept-
ed, and the men are under train-
ing. One frigate Is en route to
Korea.
Costa RicaAn offer of volun-
teers for training in the United
States has been deferred. An of-
fer of sites for sea and air bases
has been accepted.
CubaAn offer of a company
of infantrymen is still pending.
EthiopiaOffer of 1,069 sol-
diers accepted.
FranceOne battalion now In
action.
GreeceOne battalion now In
action, plus eight Dakota trans-
port planes.
Luxembourg50 soldiers now
In action.
Netherlands650 soldiers plus
one destroyer.
PanamOffer of the.natlonal
mercantile marine for transport
accepted.
PhilippinesO n e regimental
combat team of 5,000 men, plus
17 tanks, now in action.
El SalvadorOffer to dispatch
volunteers pending.
ThailandP art of combat
force of 4,000 men now in action.
TurkeyOne infantry brigade
of 4,500. To replace heavy losses
to this brigade Turkey is send-
ing another 600 reinforcements.
Nationalist China's military of-
I fer was not Included In this sur-
vey, distributed by the British
1 Central Office of Information.
In addition to aid from inter-
national organizations in the ec-
onomic and medical fields 31 na-
tions besides the United States
have made offers. Many of these
offers are of supplies, others of
money.
Here is the list:
Britain6,000 tons of salt and
I sulpha drugs.
CanadaPassenger facilities
on trans-Paclflc airline*.
AustraliaF o o d. penicillin,
distilled water and 116,000 lbs. of
soap.
New ZealandFood, 150 tons of
milk powder, 200 tons of soap.
IndiaA field ambulance unit
of 326 men, medical supplies, and
400.000 Jute bags fot transporting
I rice.
Pakistan5,000 tons of wheat.
ArgentinaTinned and frozen
I meat.
Belgium400 tons of sugar.
Brazil $2.800.000.
ChileStrategic materials.
Nationalist China10,000 tons
(Continued on Page 6, Col. C)
Balboa Tides
WASHINGTON,Mar. 31, (UP)
An eight-nation committee a -
greed today to push a Civil Liber-
ties Treaty for the Western Hem-
isphere after watering it down to
meet Argentine and Mexican ob-
jections.
The treaty proposed a guaran-
ty plan for Civil Liberties. But
Argentina and Mexico Insiste.! on
an amendment which contlnuej a
general policy of non-interfer-
ence in the affairs of other coun-
tries.
Cuba sponsored the proposal.
It, was approved as the fourth
conference of foreign ministers if
the 21 American republics step-
ped up a campaign to protect de-
mocracy, including freedom of
the press.
At a news conference, Cnban
Foreign Minister Ernesto Dihi?.o
said democracy has received
"temporary" setbacks In the
Western Hemisphere recently.
But he predicted that civil liber-
ties eventually will be protected
by international action.
Dlhigo declined to say whether
he had in mind the case of La
Prensa, the suppressed Buenos
Aires newspaper. He also would
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Low
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Traffic Crashes
Injure Four, Put
Two In Hospital
Four men were injured, two of
them being hospitalized, In two
separate traffic accidents late
yesterday on the Pacific Side.
The first accident occurred at
5:20 p.m. near the Clayton No.
2 gate on Gaillard Highway. A
Ford coupe, headed south and
driven by Samuel A. Robinson,
22, Panamanian, swerved sud-
denly to Its left, hit a jeep driven
by Joseph V. Plenkowskl, 21, of
Fort Kobbe and continued across
the road to crash into the Clay-
ton guard rail.
Robinson and his two passen-
gers, Charles C. Punnett, 27, and
Reginald Roland, 22. were slight-
ly injured. Punnett was admitted
to Gorgas Hospital and remained
there overnight for observation
for facial injuries. Roland was
also cut on the face and he and
Robinson, whose forehead was
bumped, were treated at the hos-
pital but not admitted.
The front end of the Ford was
reported to have been demolish-
ed^ Zone police said. The left
rear of the Jeep was slightly
dented and an axle broken loose
on the left side of the service
trailer It was pulling.
An hour later, James A. Boyd,
22, an enlisted man from head-
quarters of the 15th Naval Dis-
trict, lost control of his motor-
cycle near Mile Post 12 on Gail-
lard Highway. The machine ran
off the highway. Boyd was pick-
ed up by passerbys who reported
to police that he was unconsci-
ous, and asked for an ambulance.
When the latter arrived, how-
ever, Boyd had recovered conk
clou&ness. He was taken to Clay-
ton Hospital and admitted for
observation for possible Internal
Injuries.
Snain's Ambassador
To Panama Appointed
MADRID. Spain. Mar. 31. (UP)
At a meeting today the Span-
ish cabinet approved a govern-
ment decree appointing Rafapl
de los Caseres Ambassador to Pa-
nama.
Diplomatic relations between
Panama and Spain were resumed
last week.
US Armored Units Drive
To Engage Korean Reds
38th Crossed
At 2 Points;
Reds Hit Back
8 Make Swim To Rey Island
After Pleasure Craft Sinks
not specify nations where he
thought democracy has suffered.
The United States, Cuba. Mex-
ico. Chile. Guatemala, Bolivia,
Honduras, and Panama approved
the treaty in committee. Argen-
tina supported Mexico's plan to
have a policy of non-interference
written Into the proposed pact.
A conference subcommittee al-
so approved a United States-
Mexican proposal urging the re-
publics to settle their differences
peaceably so they can concen-
trate on defense against enemies
outside the Western hemisphere.
Likewise approved was a Vene-
zuelan resolution which calls on
the American republics to refus?
to recognize any transfer of a
colony in the Americas from ow
non-American country to an-
other.
Dlhigo said "the trend for in-
ternational protection of human
rights is strengthening every
day."
But he added "this has to be
reconciled with the philosophy of
non-intervention in other na-
tions' affairs." He predicted in-
ternational protection of human
rights will prevail "even If it
takes years."
Cuba and Ecuador are leading
the drive to guarantee civil lib-
erties in the Americas.
Dihigo said "wait and see"
when asked If the case of La
Prensa would be brought up at
the current conference.
A reporter asked whether La
Prensa's case would come up hi
connection with an Ecuadorian
resolution which would pledge
the American republics not to al-
locate newsprint In a way that
would curb the free press.
"Everything is possible who
knows?" Dlhigo answered.
Big Four Deputies
Play High Cards
In Agenda Wrangle
PARIS. Mar. 31 (UP) Rus-
sia and the Western powers be-
gan heavy bargaining today on
an agenda for a future Big Four
Foreign Ministers conference.
Both sides are now convinced
agreement on an agenda is pos-
sible. Each was playing its best
cards in the hope of extracting
the best possible terms.
Russia demanded a showdown
on the Atlantic Pact and on U.S.
military bases in Europe and the
Middle East as part of her terms
for a cold war settlement in
Europe.
The new Soviet demands came
as another bombshell to the Big
Four deputies meeting here.
Soviet deputy Foreign Minis-
ter Andrei A. Gromyko asked the
Western deputies to add two
more items to the agenda of a
fjture Foreign Ministers cold
war conference. They were:
1) The Atlantic Pact and "the
creation of American military
bases In England. Norway. Ice-
land and in other countries of
Europe and the Near East.
2) The Italian and Balkan sa-
tellite peace treaties and Big
Four agreements on Germany
and Austria. "Including denazi-
fication, democratization and
war criminals."
Corozal Will Hold
Alert Thursday
A practice alert will be held a i
the post of Corozal on Thursday
April 5, at 3:30 p.m.. the US Army
Caribbean announced today.
The localized alert will be sig-
nalized by the usual raid signal
and all-clear signal.
A half-mile swim in their night
clothing from the Cocos Point
reef to Rey island ended a plea-
sure trip early yesterday for five
guests and two crewmen of the
40-foot motor craft Cleo T.
The boat sank within five mi-
nutes after the reef was struck
about 2 a.m., according to the
Cleo T.'s owner. Richard Thomp-
son of the Panpacific Construc-
tion Corp. It was later washed
ashore but is believed to be a to-
tal loss.
Sam Ernest, another member
of the Balboa Yacht Club, was
to leave today in his boat for
Rey Island to bring back any-
thing salvagable from the Cleo
T., Thompson said.
Aboard the Cleo T., when the
accident occurred, were Thomp-
son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest W. Parsons and t heir
daughter. Brenda, from Lima,
Peru, and two Panamanian crew-
men.
They had left Balboa late
Thursday for a weekend of fish-
ing in the Pearl Island group.
The crash on the reef caught
most of the party asleep. They
were able to get into life jackets
and off the boat before she went
down.
They were able to recover their
clothing from the beached boat
yesterday. The Thompsons and
their guests were brought back
to Panam City aboard a small
Panamanian craft and the two
crewmen stayed on the beach
with the wreckage of the Cleo T.
The returning group reached
Panam City about 3 a.m. and
by noon were caught up on sleep
and recovering from their un-
expected dunking.
Thompson today was much
happier that all aboard were
safe and unhurt than he was
unhappy over the loss of his
boat.
'Fraud' Cried
On La Prensa
By Committee
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 31, (UP)
The Congressional committee
investigating La Prensa today
accused the independent news-
paper of defrauding the Argen-
tine treasury of "hundreds o
millions of pesos" through tax
evasion.
No detalla were given.
On security grounds the Gov-
ernment has revoked the decree
which permitted citizens of Ar-
gentine and Uruguay to cross the
River Plate with only a police
identity card. Effective April 11
Argentines will have to have val-
id passports before leaving the
country to visit Uruguay.
La Prensa publisher Dr. Alber-
to Oainza Paz recently arrived in
Uruguay by unrevealed means,
having been once turned back at
Buenos Aires airport by police
who said his papers were not in
order.
For three hours last night the
Congressional committee ques-
tioned Thomas R. Curran, United
Press vice-president and general
South American manager.
They wanted detailed informa-
tion on the contract and pay-
ments between La Prensa and
United Press which has served
the paper since 1919. delivering
50,000 words dally from all part
of the world.
The committee is empowe.fd
to investigate not only La Prensa,
but also enterprises doing busi-
ness with it.
Assassination
Attempts Mount
Higher In Iran
TEHERAN, Mar. 31 (UP)
Yahya Bakhtiarl, a cousin of the
Shah's new Empress Soraya. was
shot and injured in Isfahan last
night by army corporal named
Ghaffarl.
A single pistol shot entered
Bakhtiari's jaw and pierced his
lung. Would-be assassin Ghaf-
farl was arrested.
Isfahan Is the industrial and
oil city where striking workers
recently stormed Government
House.
The reason for Bakhtiari's
shooting is not immediately evi-
dent. It follows the assassina-
tions of Premier All Razmara
and Razmara's Education Min-
ister Dr. Abdul Hamid Zangeneh.
and a foiled assassination plot on
Military Governor General He-
Jazl.
Delegates of the National Front
which demands nationalization
of Iran's oil industry were Invit-
ed to attend a cabinet meeting
tonight to discuss the situation
In the strikebound oilfields.
The National Front accuses
'he British controlled Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company of caus-
ing the oilfield disturbances by
reducing the wages and allow-
ances of workers.
The Champ
But Perfect
The tint perfect acore be-
lieved ever to have been turned
in at a Canal Zone polioe pistol
shoot was recorded this morn-
ing by Peter G. Proback 200
out of a possible 200. Proback If
in charge of the prisoner detail
at the Balboa Jail.
At noon, with several men
still to shoot, second place was
being held by Paul Stewart of
the Cristobal station, with a
score of 191.
Proback'* perfect score was
seven points higher than the
high qualifying score submit-
ted by former polioe officer
Hoover Wimberley, last year's
winner.
Auriol Calls
On Americas
To Fight Reds
F. J. Mounblow
Chosen To Head
Civic Councils
F. J. Moumblow, president of
the Gatun Civic Council, last
night was elected chairman of
the General Committee of Isth-
mian Civic Councils.
The election took place at a
meeting at the Margarita Club-
house.
Other officers elected were
Harry C. Egolf of Gamboa, vice
chairman and Mrs. Janice Scott
of Balboa, secretary-treasurer.
A report was given on the suc-
cessful completion of the Com-
munity Chest drive and methods
of handling next Fall's campaign
were discussed.
As soon as the last payroll
pledges from U.8. rate employes
are received, which should be In
May. the Chest books will be au-
dited and a final report made to
the Governor.
At the end of the meeting, re-
tiring chairman Emmett Zerr.er
was congratulated for his hand-
ling of the Community Chest and
for his past two years as head of
the General Committee.
Military Trucks
Still Take Paris
To And From Work
PARIS, Mar. 31 (UP) The
striking public transport union
of this city have refused new of-
fers made by Christian Pinnay.
French Transport Minister, to end
the strike which has paralyzed
Paris subways and buses since
Mar. 15.
The unions demanded 8,000
francs ($17.10) per month raise
for all workers. The" strike com-
mittee is reported to have ac-
cepted Pinnay's much lower gov-
ernment offer, but quit the meet-
ing when transport officials flat-
ly refused to pay the strikers for
walkout time.
Subway and bus men earn
about $65 a month on average.
A quarter of this usual num-
ber of subway trains is still in
operation and nearly LOGO mili-
tary trucks, as well as hundreds
of private buses, continue to
bring weary Parisians to and
from work.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 31 (UP)
President Auriol of France
addressing the American For-
eign Ministers conference here
today called on Latin American
to work with Europe to defeat
Communism.
Never before had the Amer-
ican Foreign Ministers invited
anyone from Europe to address
them.
Auriol boldly proposed great-
er cooperation between free Eu-
rope and all the New World.
He said:
"The world Is becoming small-
er. A tremor in one part of the
globe shakes the whole uni-
verse.
Any war, any economic or
social crisis, directly or indi-
rectly, sooner or later affects
the whole of humanity.
"In the face of the dangers
that threaten civilization Eu-
rope and American, must forget
their geographical limitations
and unite together.
"The Atlantic Ocean is a
'mare nostrum', the inland sea
of our community, a new Me-
diterranean in these days of
trouble and anxiety.
"Your continent remains for
us as it was for Columbus
through storms and doubts, as
it was for your pioneers and
liberators, as it is today for the
whole world a beacon of
hope."
Auriol emphasized that France
like Latin America wants peace
and prosperity, but that while
threats of war exist France
must rearm.
He said: "In the sphere of
thought, science and art in
which our peoples feel so close-
ly together we have all done
much in order that our writers,
our scientists, our professors
and our students may cross the
Atlantic to seek sources of
knowledge and inspiration.
"To this cooperation between
France and Latin America in
the Intellectual and cultural
field are added economic ties
of Increasing Importance."
Gen. Clay Resigns
Mobilization Post
Under Labor Fire
WASHINGTON. Mar. 31 (UP)
Gen. Lucius D. Clay, one of la-
bor's chief targets in its revolt
against the mobilization pro-
gram, has resigned as special as-
sistant to Defense Mobilizer
Charles E. Wilson.
Clay, former U.S. Military Gov-
ernor In Germany, said in his let-
ter of resignation that he Is re-
turning to his former position as
chairman of the board of Conti-
nental Can Corp., of New York.
He aid It had been fully un-
derstood that he would take such
action when he came to the cap-
ital in December to help Wilson
et the defense program going.
In his letter of, reply, Wilson told
Clay he was "deeply grateful" for
the general's services.
Clay was one of Wi'son's two
top-level assistants. The other.
Sidney Welnberg, New York in-
vestment banker, will remain on
the Job. There was no indication
when Wilson will select a suc-
cessor to Clay.
Clay recently has been a target
of strong labor criticism as part
of the boycott of the mobiliza-
tion drive by union leaders
claiming to represent some 15.-
000,000 organized workers. They
are demanding a much stronger
voice In defense policies, particu-
larly In the manpower field.
Wilson has offered to name a
labor representative to a too pol-
icy post equal to that of Weln-
berg'. The labor readers rejerr-
ed the proposal, asserting they
want a simultaneous settlement
of their other grievances.
While much of their fire has
been aimed at Wilson, who only
yesterday again received the full
Indorsement of President Tru-
man, the union men also have
borne down hard on Clay.
UN Casualties
Now 228,941,
57,120 Are US
LAKE SUCCESS. Mar. 31,
(UP) United Nations casual-
ties in Korea by early March
were 228,941. Of these 57,120
were United States.
A United Nations report
shows that up to that time
there had been 25,374 men kill-
ed in action, 121,394 wounded
and 75,173 missing in action.
United States figures to Mar.
23 were 8,511 killed. 37.918
wounded and 10,961 missing.
The United Nations report
covered the forces of 15 nations
fighting under General Douglas
MacArthur.
The United States casualties
are exceeded only by those of
the South Korean forces, who
report 16,182 killed and total
casualties of 168,652.
Third after the United States
comes Turkey with 169 killed,
then Britain, France and Aus-
tralia in that order.
The Netherlands and Thai-
land were the only other coun-
tries to report more than 100
casualties.
Latest reports show the Uni-
ted States as contributing 48
per cent of the manpower
fighting in the Korean cam-
paign.
TOKYO, Mar. 31 (UP) Two United States armored
columns are driving into North Korea to close with the
weakened but still unbeaten Red AArmy.
They crossed the 38th parallel at 10:21 a.m. to 2:45
p.m. today.
Four Chinese counterattacks were thrown against the
8th Army, but only at one point was its northward advance
halted.
There Is no indication in the-
:ield whether the Americans will
nalt and dig in alonpthe Hanian
Rlvjr bank, half a ftlle north of
he parallel, or push on toward
Pyongyang, nearly 100 miles to
the northwest.
But Defense Secretary George
C. Marshall said in Washing on
earlier this week that General
Douglas MacArthur is f ully-e n-
powered to send his forces across
the parallel, but not to make a
seneral advance toward the
Manchurlan frontier.
South Korean troops who
plunged across the parallel on
the East Coast nearly a week ago
have apparently come at least 10
a temporary halt at the Namdae
River line, eight and a half milea
north of the old frontier
The United States armored col-
umns delayed crossing the fron-
tier till other Allied forces were
almost abreast on either side.
The whole 8th Army is surging
north toward and across the pa-
rallel in an almost solid East-
West line to thwart any flanking
Communist attacks.
However the Reds have been
putting up Increasing rearguard
resistance on the approaches to
the parallel. They are digging in
along and behind it.
Both air and ground reconnais-
sance reports show the Chinese
are building up a massive defense
force in the Chorwon -Hwachon-
Yonchon triangle north of the
parallel on the central front.
They are massing despite round
the clock allied aerial bombard-
ment. Night intruders mounted
one of the strongest air attacks
of the war against the massing
Reds last night.
They counted nearly 1,800 ve-
hicles on North Korean roads
moving both north and south.
They claim to have destroyed
more than 100 of them.
The Communists reportedly
have at least six Army corps a
potential of 180,000 men avail-
able for a counter-offensive.
Glamorous Red Gels
Suspended Sentence
For Slandering Pope
CHIETL Italy, Mar. 31 (UP)
Glamorous Laura Diaz. Commu-
nist member of Parliament, was
convicted last night of slander-
ing Pope Plus XII by saying his
hands were "dripping with
blood."
Presiding Judge Carlo Pieran-
tonlo Imposed an eight-month
suspended sentence at the close
of her one-day trial. The sen-
tence specified that she will not
serve the sentence unless she
commits another similar act
within the next five years.
The attractive deputy, whose
parliamentary immunity was re-
moved for the trial, softly told
the Jammed courtroom in evi-
dence: "I limited mvself to a cri-
ticism of the political acts car-
ried out by the Holv See con-
cerning the wars in Greece and
Palestine and other preceding
conflicts.
"I did not speak of any kind
of bloody hands." she declared,
"neither of the Pope's nor any-
one else. I clearly remember that
I said there was not enough holy
water to rinse the shed blood."
Y.M.C.A. Invites
All Service Men
To Dance Tonight
The Balboa Armed Services
YMCA cordially Invites all Ser-
vicemen and their guests to at-
tend a gala "Springtime" or-
chestra dance to be held in the
YMCA Auditorium tonight. Mu-
sic will be provided by Bennett's
Band and dancing will conti-
nue from 7:30 to 1100 p. m.,
with special prizes and refresh-
ments at Intermission.
Senior Hostesses for the oc-
casion will be Mrs Effle Mc-
Glade and Mrs. Merle I* Piper.
Woman Dead, Baby
Hurl In Capsize
A woman was killed and the
child she was carrying, in her
arms seriously injured this
morning when the truck in
which they were riding over-
turned on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway near "Ojo de Agua" in
the vicinity of the cement plant.
Neither the name of the wo-
man, who was said to be the
owner of the vehicle, nor the
name of the driver could be
learned.
The child Is in a serious con-
dition In Santo Tomas Hospi-
tal.
Health Board Blames
Ham For High School
Mass Food Poisoning
, HONOLULU. Mar. 31 (UP)-
rhe Territorial Board of Health
ere blames ham served at the
school cafeteria for food poi-
soning which hospitallaed 5\
students and two Janitors at '
Honolulu's Roosevelt High
School.
Some 22 other students are
under the care of private phy-
sicians.
Nearly 1000 students yester-
day ate the main dish whlcfr
caused the trouble.


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8.8. Cape Avinof ..............................April Z
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Weekly Salllnf* to New Sork Loa Angele*. San rranctoeo, Sealtla
Oeeaaalanal Sailing, to New Orleana and Mobil*.
(The Steamer In Uile service are limited to twelve paaunfera)
(raquent Freight Sailings from Cristobal to Weal Coart Central America
Sails
Cristobal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala ___________Midnight
8.S. Chirlqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 2
8.8. Chirlqui ...................................April 1
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL atl PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8J3. "SANTA LUISA" .............Due Cristbal, April 4th
8.8. "SANTA ELISA" ...........Due Cristbal, April 11th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.8. "SANTA MARIA" ...........Sails Cristbal. April 2nd
8A "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal, April 9th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M V "SQUARE SINNET" ..........Due Balboa, April 8th
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ..........Due Balboa, April 12th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" Sails Cristbal, April 5th
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 -2135 Panam 2-0556 0551 Balboa 1507-2159
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BX ROYAL CHARTER 1849
Royal Mall lines Lid.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" (omits Chile)...................April 8th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO'"....................May 2nd
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".....................May 26th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "LORIGA" ..................................April 1st
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "LOCH AVON" .............................April 23rd
M.V. "LOCH GARTH" ...........................April 28th
' TO UK/CONTINENT
8.8. "DALERDYK" ...............................April 13th
8.8. "BERBICE".................................April 28th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available lor Dassengera
All Sailing Subject lo Change Without Notice___
PACIFIC STEAM NAV CO. Cristbal lei 1654 -1655
FORD COMPANY INC.. Panama Tel. S-1257/126A: Balboa 1905
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TO EUROPE:
BESTIA ...........................April 8
DELFT .............................Aprl 21
HYDRA ...........................April 28
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
MANTO ...........................April t
HE8TIA ...........................April 8
PLATO ...........................April 25
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
CLIO ..............................April 5
PYGMALION......................M*y 9
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE:
HYDRA ............................April 15
GANYMEDE8 .....................April 22
BENNKKOM .......................April 23
TO ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and BRAZIL:
GANYMEDE .....................April 22
K.N.SJnV CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218, 1-1*1.
(Passenger And Freight)
BOYD BROS., PANAMA CITY, 2-2008
(Passengers Only)
BLOK AGENCIES, BALBOA: 2-3719 (Frel(ht)
Shipping & Airline News
Last Cruise
With 408 tourists aboard, the
Canadian Pacific Line's Empress
o Scotland is docking about 7
am. tomorrow in Cristobal to
close this year's tourist season.
She sails at 7 p.m. lor Havana.
The shore excursion to the Paci-
fic Side for shopping, sightseeing,
a trip through the cut and lun-
cheon will be handled by the Per-
sons Travel Agency.
Passengers aboard the Empress
Include Capt. R. W. McMurray,
managing director of the Cana-
dian Pacific and one of the line's
former vice presidents, George
Stephen.
The schedule for Empress cruis-
es for next year. Just received by
W. Andrews and Co., local agents
for the line, shows four sched-
uled stops at the Isthmus and an
extension of time in port.
The 1952 dry season cruises will
arrive in Cristobal on Feb. 2, Feb
19, Mar. 8 and Mar. 26. They will
dock about 7 a.m. and remain in
port until 1 a.m. the following
day.
Jap Freighter
The OSK line freighter Naga-
saki Maru was northbound yes-
terday in the Canal on her firrt
transit. She is the second ship of
her line to transit the Canal
since Japanese service was re-
sumed in December. She will be
followed by the Africa Maru.
Nagasaki Maru was en route
from Manila to Baltimore with a
fujl cargo of Philippine sugar.
PAA Writer
Carmen McCormack, a staff
writer for Pan American Airways'
publicity department, Is arriving
here April 8 for a week of sight-
seeing in Panama and the Canal
Zone.
She will divide her time be-
tween the new Hotel El Panama
and the Hotel Washington in Co-
lon. Also scheduled for her is a
trip to the Interior, another to
Taboga, a drive across the Isth-
mus and a short visit to the San
Bias Islands.
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Fruit Service
Pasenger service to the Isth-
mus from New Orleans will be re-
sumed Monday by the United
Fruit Company with arrival here j
of the newly decorated and mo-
dernized SS Chirlqui.
The Chirlqul's sister ship, Qui-
rlgua, was originally scheduled
for the twice monthly run. Each
ship has accommodations for 100
passengers, has a swimming pool
and \ eranda cafe, has been fitted
with more baths for individual
cabins.
The Chirlqui Is scheduled to
dock Monday at 7 a.m. and sail
at 1 a.m. Tuesday for New Or-
leans, via Puerto Barios.
The Itinerary for the Chlriqui
is the same as that announced
for the Qulrigua. She will sail al-
ternate Thursdays from New Or-
leans, arriving here the following
Monday morning. After next
Monday her next arrival in Cris-
tobal Is set for Apr. 16.
Tanker's Guests
A party of guests was aboard
the Norwegian tanker Nerva to-
day for the southbound Canal
transit. Aboard the tanker were,
Mrs. R. L. Wilson, wife of Wilford
and McKay's agent in Cristobal,
the Wilson's house guest, George
Fox of Philadelphia, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Knight of Colon. Mrs.
Knight's mother, Mrs. Thompson.
They were to leave the Nerva
in Balboa and remain overnight
at the Hotel El Panama, leaving
early tomorrow for a trip to the
Interior.
Nerva was featured in news
stories in February when her
Swedish engineer, Bengt Ake Ot-
ters'.rom became seriously ill a-
board. While a seaplane, flown
up from Colombia, stood ready at
Tocumen to assist if necessary,
Otterstrom was transferred at sea
Today's hand first saw the
light of day In a team-of-four
match. As often happens in team
matches, the game was made in
one room, but defeated in the
other.
In the first room, West cashed
the top clubs and then shifted to
hearts. Dummy won with the
king of hearts and led a trump.
East played the six, and South
played the king. West won with
the aoe of spades and led another
heart. Dummy won with the ace
of hearts and declarer immedi-
ately laid down dummy's queen
of spades.
Declarer's reasoning was very
simple. He decided that the six
of spades was not a false card
Hence East either had no more
spades or only the Jack. If East
had no more spades, the contract
was unmakable. If East had only
the lack left, it was vital to trap
it under the queen at once. Hence
in this room declarer made his
contract.
In the second room the play
went the same way at the start.
West cashed the clubs and led a
heart. Declarer then led a spade
from dummy, East followed with
the six, and South played the
king. In this room, however, West
dropped the deuce of spades
without any apparent thought.
The declarer in the second
room naturally assumed that the
ace ol spades was in East's hand.
Hence he returned the ten of
spades from his own band, and
let it ride as a finesse against the
Jack. Of course, this was taken by
East's Jack of trumps, after
which West's ace of trumps fur-
nished the setting trick.
In this room it was West's rea-
soning that was very simple. He
knew that four tricks were need-
ed to defeat the contract. He had
already taken two clubs and
could count on the ace of trumps
as a third sure trick. "His partner
could not have a heart trick and
it was most unlikely he had a
diamond trick. It was therefore
essential to try for a second
trump trick, and the method West
chose was more likely to succeed
than any other.
to the British freighter Port Que-
bec.
He was brought to the Canal
Zone for hospitallzatlon and la-
ter rejoined the ship. On the pre-
sent trip he is leaving her in Bal-
boa to be flown back to Sweden.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortage*
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
1M Central Ate. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Manager.
0. R. De ROUX
Manager.
HOURS:
Prom 8:86 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:66 am. to 12:60 p.m.
CUPID GROUNDS PAA'S FLYING TWINS Dan Cnpld ha ended the Hying career, of Pan
American World Airways' Identical twin stewardessesJune and Joanne Krenser. Now they re
simple housewives. Finis was written to the girls' flight careers recently when June married
Frank Ramey, Jr., In Port of Spain, Trinidad. Her sister, Joanne already had grounded her-
self by marrying another PAA employe, George Brown. The left hai.f pieture shows the twins
and their husbands at June's wedding. The right hand picture shows the twins daring their
flying days with PAA. _____________.^___
First AM Disaster
Program Begins
Training Monday
Monday will see the inaugura-
tion of the extensive American
Red Cross First Aid Instruction
Program, presently being spon-
sored by the joint Army, Navy,
Air Force Disaster Control Cen-
ter, when the first class of mili-
tary and civilian dependents
meets at the Panama Area Dam-
age Control School at Fort Ama-
dor to begin training.
Approximately 1300 persons
will receive first aid instruction
under this program.
Arrangements have been made
to conduct 36 classes, of 36 stu-
dents each, during April and the
first part of May.
Twenty-eight classes will be
HAS BABY AFTER 26 YEARS
SALT LAKE CITY (UP)Mrs.
Irene T. Bradshaw of Roy, Utah,
?ave birth in a hospital here to a
Ive-pound baby girl. Mrs. Brad-
shaw is 51 years old. The baby,
delivered by Cesarean section,
was her first In 26 years. She has
three grown daughters, and 11
grandchildren. Her husband is
57.
conducted on the Pacific Side at
Fort Amador, Fort Clayton. Al-
brook Air Force Base, Fort Kobbe
and Naval Station, Rodman
Eight classes are being offered
simultaneously at Fort Gullck
and Coco Solo.
The Instruction program Is to
train selected civil employes and
dependents and dependents of
military personnel, as volunteer
workers In First Aid in sufficient
number to handle the casualties
which may result from an disas-
ter in the Panama Area.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
WALKER, Farts Thomas, 28, of
Fort Clayton, formerly of De-
troit, Mich., to JONES, Kathryn
O'Brien, 33. of Curundu, former-
ly of Scarsdale, N.Y.
PACK, Chester Roy, 21, of Ft.
Clayton, formerly of Knoxviile,
Tenn., to EMPTY, Patsy Elaine,
20, of Panama.
Births
FAVORITE, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin, Jr., of Colon Beach, son,
Mar. 27, Colon Hospital.
JIMENEZ, Mr. and Mrs. Julio,
of Colon, daughter, Mar. 28, Co-
lon Hospital.
MITCHELL. Mr. and Mrs. M.,
of Red Tank, son, Mar. 29, Dor-
gas Hospital.
Merchant Seamen's
Pool Lists Ratings
01 Men Available
The Merchant Seamen's Pool
on the Atlantic Side has listed
the following ratings of regis-
trants available for Jobs:
Rating Number
Deck Maintenance Man 25
Ablebodled Seamen 75
Ordinary Seamen, Main-
tenance .......... 40
Ordinary Seamen 52
Firemen Watertender 30
Cook 23
Second Cook and Baker 10
Steward and Chief Cook
Messman 27
Galleyman 7
Utility 27
Oiler 36
Wiper 45
Ship Carpenter 3
Junior Engineer 5
Refrigerator Engineer 3
Electrician Engineer 4
Pumpman 5
Apprentice Seamen 125
Machinist 3
Total 583
Seven eights of the seamen
listed in this pool are Panaman-
ian citizens, the others are Co-
lombians, Costa Rlcans, Nlcara-
guans and other Latin Ameri-
cans. Apprentices seamen, arc
who have experienced on work-
ing on small craft at Cristobal
and Folks River, Colon, R.P.
The seamen in this pool can be
provided Immediately to fill va-
cancies on ships in any depart-
ment as they occur. Telephone
1164-J Colon, Merchant Seamen.
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"The Diers and Ullrich Label is Your Guarantee of Quality*
DIERS and ULLRICH, S. A
(Established 1903)
PANAMA COLON


SATURDAY, MARCH 31. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
pacific J^ocietu
if/re. jCinntlh I Unit and
Bo. 96, Batlna Jlfku-Dt 2 1336
GENERAL AND MRS. HOWZE
1NTERTAIN INFORMALLY
Brigadier General and Mrs. Robert L. Howie are enter-
taining m group of thtlr friends mt cocktail this evenln at
their quarters on Quarry Heights.
Mn. McCoraiick Hostess
at Tea
Mrs. C. T. McCormlck, Jr. gave
a tea yesterday attemoon at her
residence in Balboa ior a small
group df her friends.
Mr. Ezell Leaving
for Nashville
William Ezell of Nashville.
Tennessee, who has been the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lu-
ther B.Sartaln at Balboa Heights
for a week, is leaving tomorrow
by airplane for his home. He
came to the Isthmus to be best
man at the marriage Wednesday
of Miss Sue Sartain and William
Hubbard Clark of Nashville.
|, Group from U.S. Embassy
Make Trip to San Bias Islands
A eroup from the United States
Embassy staff made a trip today
by airplane to the Province of
Darlen and to the San Bias Is-
lands. Among those in the party
were Mrs. Ellas Mlhalltslanos,
m..|-p Waldron. Mr. and
Mrs. Len Worcester, Miss Anne
. ..i, Miss Eleanor Cobb,
Mrs. Anthony Starcevlc. Miss
Margaret Ostrowski, Miss Jean.
|* Hensler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Slnnott and Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
bart Mas8engill.
Drucilla McConnell, Miss Joan
Fisher, Miss Martha Hook. Miss
Jeanine Dorgan. Miss Catherine
Manush, Miss Mary Lea Azcarra-
ga. Miss Betty Newlln, Miss Caro!
Sargeant, Miss Joan Horter and
the Messrs Jerry Raymond, Jack
Ray, David Hahn. Horacio Cha!,
Ramon Young, Burt Page anJ
Richard Goff.
Visitors from Cristobal
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson
of Cristobal are spending the
week-end In Ancon with Mr. and
Mrs William F. Rlter. Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson, former residents
of Balboa, returned to the Isih-
mus recently after living for sev-
eral years in Ohio.
Mrs. Evans Leaving
for Florida
After a visit of several weeks
at Balboa Heights, Mrs. Irwln H.
Evans Is leaving Tuesday for a
short stay in Florida before re-
turning to her home In Wash-
ington, DC. Mrs. Evans has been
the house guest of her son and
I' daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome F. Evans during her visit
here.
Reservations Close Monday
for I.A.W.C. Tea
The Inter American Women's
Club will give a tea Wednesday
afternoon at Hotel El Panama In
honor of the Colon Unit of the
IAWC. Tickets at $175 per per-
son may be obtained at the club'.8
headquarters, from Mrs. Elisa
Heurtematte. or from Mrs. Eu-
gene C. Lombard. Tickets will not
be sold at the Hotel and members
who wish to attend the tea must
make their reservations not later
than Monday.
glstered at the Panamont* Hotel
in Boquete during Holy Week
were: the Minister of Public
Works and Mrs. Celso Carstmell,
Countess Ebba Bonde of Stork-
holm. Sweden. Mr. and Mrs. Q.
Dlxon from the Canal Zone, Mr.
and Mrs. Osorio from David and
from Panama: Mrs. Helen Ford,
Mr. and Mrs. Juan Navarro. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Lewis, Mrs.
Martin Sosa, Mr. and Mrs. Mario
Galindo and daughters, Malvina
and Maria Teresa and Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Mosher.
Auxiliary Meets Tuesday
at Pedro Miguel
Th April meeting of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the Pedro Mi-
guel Union Church will be held
i'uesday at 7:30 p.m. in the base-
ment of the church.
Mrs. Rlter Hostess
Mrs. William F. Riter enter-
tained the Sewing Circle of the
Balboc Women's Club Thursday
evening at her home in Ancon
Phi Theta Kappa Dinner
at Hotel Tivoli
Chaplain Edward Donahue ol
Fort Amador was the SUMt
speaker at the scholarship dinner
held Wednesday evening at the
Hotel Tivoli by members of Phi
Theta Kappa fraternity. Other
guests were Subert Turbytill.
sponsor of the organization and
Mrs. Turbyfill. Mrs. Donahue,
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson
. and Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Hac-
keU.
Miss Frances Farrell. president
of the fraternity, was the mis-
tress of ceremonies and other
i members, students and alumni of
the Canal Zone Junior College,
present were: Miss Jane Llna-
strom. Miss Naomi Paddock, Mis.
Rodeo To Highlight
Coln Farm, Cattle
Fair In Early May
A huge rodeo will be one of the
main attractions at the Agricul-
tural. Cattle and Commercial
Fair that Is to be held In the city
of Colon during the second week
of May.
While It Is expected that horses
and horsemen from both the Ca
nal Zone and the Republic of
Panama will participate In the
rodeo, the organization of It wii!
be in the care of the Atlantic
Saddle Club.
Aside from the usual feats of
', Horsemanship and cowboy dix-
terliy. more color and flavor wii!
' be added to this event by the
' staging of square dances, with th(
'. characteristic hill-billy music.
The success obtained by the
'' Atlantic Saddle Club In their re-
. cenl fair and the- wide public
support gained, leads sponsors to
' believe the coming fair will be a
major event on the Isthmus.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Merrlck E. Banks
of El Carmen announce the b'rth
of a son. Lee Merrlck Banks, at
Gorgas Hospital March 28.
Visitor in Roquete
Among the many who were re-
Father Shirley Asks
His La Boca Parish
To Aid Red Cross
Members of the parish or Si.
Peter's, La Boca, have been urg-
ed by the Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
priest In charge, to donate to the
1951 American Red Cross cam-
paign. Parishioners wishing to
contribute may do so through tlie
church.
Registrations are also beln?
accepted by Father Shirley for a
class in civil defense as the resii
of a letter received from the Civil
Defense Advisor.
Tomorrow, the first Sunday
after Easter, traditionally known
as low Sunday, services will be-
held In St. Peter's at the usual
hours, beginning with holy com
munion.
CZ Scout Council
Meets Tomorrow
The local council of the Intf-r-
natlonal Boy Scouts of the Ca-
nal Zone wiil meet in the La Bo-
ca high school household arta
room 9 o'clock tomorrow morn-
ing.
This will be the last meeting of
the council before observance of
Boy Scout week in April. Al!
members are requested to attend.
E. R. Japs Takes Acting
Storehouse Chief Job
E. R. Japs Is acting as Superin-
tendent of Storehouses-ln the ab-
sence of J. F. Prager. who has
been in Gorgas Hospital lines
Wednesday.
It Is expected that Prager will
beabo" out 30 days. He Is not
seriously 111. i >.,,
Navy Otters Nine
Civilian Jobs
For Qualified Men
Nine civilian Jobs, ranging from
$4,312 to $6.750 annually, are open
to qualified persons with the Na-
vy locally, Captain Oscar L. Can-
sn. 15th Naval District Public
Works Officer, announces.
Interested applicants should
contact the District Public Works
Office, Room 109, Navy Head-
quarters Building, adjacent to
Fort Amador, or mall the stand-
ard Civil Service employment
Form No. 57 to: Personnel Sec-
tion, DPWO, Box P, Headquarter-,,
Fifteenth Naval District.
Following are the vacancies:
Structural Engineer, GS-11,
base $C:i50to take charge oi
structural designing at DPWO,
supervise and coordinate this
work with other interested engin-
eering and architectural branch-
es.
Architect. GS-7. base $4.781.2".
To work under supervision ot
the chief architect, making sket
ches and finished architectural
drawings.
Engineering Aide. OS 6. base
$4.312.50To do field survey anil
office work under the supervision
of a civil engineer.
Inspectors. GS-7 and GS-8. one
each, bas $4.781.25 and $5.250
To make periodic maintenance
Inspections of buildings, grounds
and utilities at the various Na-
val District activities.
Construction Inspectors, two
GS-7s and one GS-8For inspec
tlon of contract construction
work at activities throughout 'he
Naval District.
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Four Children
Ploy With Gun
1 Dead 3 Injured
CLEVELAND. Tenn., Mar. 31
(UP'A three-year-old girl was
killed and three of her plavmates
were wounded when a shotgun
with which they were playing
was discharged.
Little Thelma Deloris Slm-
monds, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs
William Simmonds of Cleveland,
died shortly after her arrival at
a hospital.
Also wounded bv the blast were
two brothers, James William
Simmonds, 8, and Lonnie Lewis
Simmonds, 6, and a neighbor's
dauphter, Mary Alice Clark, 5.
Bradley County Sheriff French
Alfcrd. who investigated, said the
narents were not at home at the
time of the fatal accident.
TO DONATE EYES
DUNKERQUE, France (UP)
Members of the blood donors" so-
ciety of this World War II eva-
cuation port have decided una-
nimously to will their eyes to the
regional eye bank.
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Hair Set Specials.
Call for appointment
Balboa 3677
Armed Services
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(YMCA Bldg.) Balboa
Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Dorothy Gray Cosmetics.
SIGN-LANGUAGE MURDER TRIAL Allen T. Jones (left),
a mute who is accused of strangling William H. Knight, lis-
tens to his lawyer, Dan Duke (right), through an Interpreter,
Gloria Thornton. The Atlanta. Ga., trial centers around the
admissions of Knight's wife that she had been intimate
_____with Jones.________________________
oLoi VIornan lA/atercolo.
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W. Willon J.. YU
Bo. 195, (atun VMpkon, (tu* 378
MISS BEVERLY RUOFF WEDS MR. ROBERT BERGER
In an impressive double-ring ceremony last night in
the ballroom of the Hotel Washington, Miss Beverly Ruoff,
daughter of Mr. Carl Ruoff of Cristobal, became the bride of
Mr. Robert Berger. of Cristobal, son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Berger of Wilkes Barre. Pennsylvania. Reverend
Philip Havener performed the ceremony which took place at
^ :30 p.m. in the presence of a Urge gathering of friends and
relatives.
OoBeSL
i own
Lois Morgan, teacher at Bal-
boa Junior High School, will ex-
hibit her watercolor landscape
paintings In the seventh exhibit
of the year to be held at the USO
Jewish Welfare Board, Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa,
under the auspices of the Canal
Zone Art Leajue and the Jewish
Welfare Board. The exhibit v. 11'.
open tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. and
will be on display through Apr.
15.
Although Ml Morgan has nad
a series of exhibitions in the Uni-
ted States, and has been repre-
sented locally in the.Art Week
Community shows where she re-
ceived a second pfize, this Is bar
first local one-man show.
The following Juried shows
have exhibited the paintings of
Lois Morgan: Audubon Artists in
New York City; Toledo Artists
Annual, in Toledo, Ohio, at which
she received a first prize; Bowling
Green In Ohio; Newport Art Asso -
elation in Rhode Island; Youngs-
town. Ohio; and Pakersbui;;,
West Virginia.
In-addition, three one-man
shows have been held at the T -
ledo Museum of Art, the latest
one having been in Februaiv
1951.
Of this the critic of the "Tole-
do Blade" says: "The Watered -
ors by Miss Morgan provide a
graphic example of color and
mood transmitted to bare paper
nt the hands of a capable artist.
I was struck with three things,
vivid color, Intense light anc
heat, and the artless beauty o
tropical nature. She has captur-
ed the Illusive knack of painting
heat. You can almost see the
heat waves dance across the
blazing white facade of 'Taboga
Iglesia' under a smoldering violet
s.ty."
The paintings at the J.W.B. are
more recent than those In me
above mentioned exhibit.
Miss Morgan, who is a pupil of
Eliot O'Hara. has painted in
Maine, New Hampshire, Vlrginii,
Arizona, California. Michigan
and in Columbia, South America.
The USO-JWB Gallery Is open
from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. dal-
ly. The public Is cordially Invited
to visit Miss Morgan's show at
anytime between Apr. 1, through
Apr. 15.
HA
ME

Instrumental music was furn-
ished by Miss Virginia Keenan,
pianist, and Mrs. E. O. Jorstad.
violinist. They played a number
of appropriate selections as a
prelude to the service, and also
the traditional wedding march-
es.
White trellises entwined with
greenery and jazmine with palms
and ferns formed a setting for
the ceremony. Standing baskets
of white gladioli with candela-
bras holding white tapers flank-
ed the prle-dleu. Shower clusters
of gladioli and white carnations
were used to mark the rows of
seats.
The lovely young bride entered
upon the arm of her father, by
whom she was given in marriage.
The wedding dress was made of
white satin and net. The fitted
bodice had short sleeves and a
high, rounded neckline formed by
a net yoke. The ruffled net skirt
was made over a taffeta founda-
tion, and was trimmed with clus-
ters of orange blossoms. From a
soft bow at the waist, satin
streamers extended to form a
train.
Her fingertip veil fell from a
net headdress trimmed with or-
ange blossoms. She wore long sat-
in and net mitts and carried a
net fan centered with white or-
chids and baby's breath and hav-
ing a shower of ribbons.
Mrs. Leo Goulet, sister of the
bride, was her only attendant. I
Her dress was made of gold net
over gold taffeta. The shirred bo-
dice was strapless, and the skirt
was made of ruffles of net. She ]
wore a net stole and carried an :
arm bouquet of yellow gladioli.
Mr. Milton Davis was best man ;
for his brother-in-law.
Mr. Leo D. Ooulet and Mr. Rob-
ert La Porta were the ushers.
Mrs. Alpha Kenyon received i
with her granddaughter and the
other members of the wedding
party. She chose for the occasion !
a light, blue crepe dinner dress
trimmed with blue beads. She
used sliver accessories and wore
a corsage of pink rosebuds.
A reception followed In the
ballroom. The three-tiered wed-
ding cake was topped with a mi-
niature bride and groom and a
cluster of wedding bells, white
carnations encircled the cake
and edged the table. Three-
branched silver candelabras and
white tapers flanked the cake.
The buffet table held a floral
heart, formed from white carna-
tions, and edged with greenery,
as Its central arrangement.
Mrs. Robert Boyer. of Balboa,
took care of the bride's book and
Mrs. Emmett Zemer, also of Bal-
boa, served the cake.
Later in the evening the bride
and groom left for the Pacific
side for a short honeymoon. The
bride's golne away costume was
a navy blue linen suit with which |
she wore a red waistcoat and
matching accessories, with an
orchid corsage.
They will return to the Atlan-
tic side Tuesday and occupy |
quarters 13-A, New Cristobal.
Mrs, Berger attended the Ca-
nal Zone schools and graduated
from Blltmore Junior College at
Asheville. N.C. She Is secretary of
the Cristobal High School.
Mr. Berger attended school In
Wllkes-Barre, Pa., and has resid-
ed on the Isthmus for the past
three years. He is a member of
the Canal Zone Police Force.
Concert at Hotel Washington
The 60th Army Band of Fort
Davis will give a concert on the
veranda of the Hotel Washing-
ton for an hour Sunday after-
noon, starling at noon.
Attending Reception
Dr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd and
Mrs. M. L. Nash crossed the Isth-
mus Thursday everBng to attend
the reception at the Hotel Tivoli
given by the National League of
American Pen Women to intro-
duce Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomp-
son of Seattle, Washington.
day evening In Balboa for Mrs.
Asa Bullock, Jr.
Mrs. Ayers Leaves For New York
Mrs. Freda Ayers, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
Linker, sailed on the Panam for
New York to return to her home
in Wllkes-Barre. Fa., where she
is associated with the law firm
of McCUntock and Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown en-
tertained with a bon voyage cock-
tail and dinner party for Mrs.
Ayers the evening before her de-
parture.
Mrs. Thompson, who is also a
Pen Woman, gave a short talk,
and Mr. Thompson spoke on the
conditions existing in Asia, and
the neighboring islands, which
they visited last year.
Guests at Shower
Mrs. Arthur Albrlcht and Mrs.
Elizabeth Rowlev of Oatun. at-
tended the shower given Thurs-
Dlnner Compliments Visitors
Miss Mary Middlemas, Miss An-
' ne Weber and Miss Clara Chris-
\ tensen, of West Englewood, New
Jersey, who are the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Middlemas.
were Introduced to a group of
friends at a dinner party given
by their host and hostess Friday
evening.
mvlted to meet the honorees
were: Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Adams, Mr, and Mrs. Michael
Brzezlnskl. Mr. and Mrs. John
Kernlck. Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Slocum, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wllk-
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quarters Thursday evening In
honor of a number of visitors on
the station. The honorees In-
cluded: Mrs. W. I. Fos.s. Jr.. of
Bav City, Michigan; Mrs. Hugh
McLellah of Westbrook. Maine;
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Captain and Mrs. J. D. Vlecelll,
Commander and Mrs. Mason
Morris. Jr.. Commander and Mrs.
J. W. Schwartz. Lieut, and Mrs.
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ford. Lieut, and Mrs. D. L. An-
drus. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hayes,
Lieut, ijgi and Mrs. H. R. Delan-
ey, Jr.
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as their guests for a buffet sup-
Ber Wednesday evening at their
[ount Hope residence. Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Cuoco and Mrs.
Gerald Cuoco of New York City.
Their other guests included:
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Ray-
mond, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ray-
mond. Sergeant and Mrs. Clar-
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Joseph Noonan, Mr. and Mrs.
James Recela with Miss Joan and
Ralph.
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plane Friday to Join Lieutenant
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MARCH 51, 1951
Johnny Vandermeer Given Unconditional Release By Cubs
MIAMI BEAC H-The stylish coat of whitewash New W*
acators tailored tor college basketball as displayed in Madison
the number of contemporary and former "^ ? wtth 0
volved in the sports worlds most shocking scandal to 17 witn no
guarantee all returns are In.
Only the day before too level spokesmen for NewJ alt Manhattan and St. John's had dismissed as a myth the be
?f.f'. hot he Harden atmosohcre was unhealthy, to use the D.A. i
loyalty to Ned Irish's dollars spangled promotions.
Whether this latest stink bomb will cause the learned men to
. reconsid'er their decision which wag; arrivedI at In> conference: with
KSttu^rdren'ZSM^O^ ^aft^ un-
moved U is reasonable to assure the additional three will not weak-
en their lailh in their program or the commercial sponsors.
whpre rilv College will go from here is another matter. Dr.
Harr^ w4h the bf^dome. or president, is said to have assured
sanction may not be readily obtained.
I AND IF THE GAME ITSELF IS AT FAULT?
Kelo.7gsSser1?s can scarcely have strengthened the desire.
Is there ever to be an end to this evil story of tawdry, sure-
thlna aamblera indI youthful avarice? More important.what is o
E"fc. "i,,i., V d the tiidement of the educators that play in
^^XT^Albn^Uctot. It 1 Unwise their judg-
ment that return to the campus is not the answer.
Then what Is' Is there something about basketball that makes
it TeMuSrirwMptlble to corruption? If so, the solution Is Sim-
ple. Abolish the sport.
Just how do these three educators, the Very Rev John A. Flynn
Of St John" Brml-u Bonaventure Thomas o .Manhattan and
James L Madden of NYU arrive at the conviction that there is
nS hing uiisavorv about the Garden as a field for college competi-
tion" And how do they harmonize their position with the fact thai
co"ege basketball was never touched by scandal until I,t was.moved
from the campus to the Garden for commercial exploitation? And
on what taita do thev take their stand that to return the game to
the campus would be a futile gesture?
PRESIDENTS NOW STRICTLY ACCOUNTABLE
There is a reason and admirable parental concern In the state-
ment the mother college has an obligation to alumni and under-
"rnds and it is elemental that a box car Is more spacious than a
jSSne booth. But long as college sport and paid attendance
sleep In the same bed. whether the attire be football pads or bas-
tetballscanttes. the educators must he prepared to Justify the
unblessed romance.
By their will the educators henceforth will be held strictly ac-
countable for the conduct and honesty of their teams, a prmarv
responsibility which plainly has not received their full attention In
the past What is their program?. How do they plan to combat an
evil deep rooted, of years standing and of such foul stench as to
throw a pall of suspicion over all sports? cMf.,
Their jointly signed statement in which they seek to justify
thei* continuing romance with the Garden box office does not
exacllv constitute a shattering rebuttal to contrary opinion. Thev
quote a Milwaukee gambler, via the Kefauver committee, to the ef-
fect that even in games played in campus gymnasiums iwhicli I
take to be a Tiffany-priced word meaning gymnasii us" there is a
tendency to wager a bob or two. This Is taking a long lead off first.
The subject, gentlemen. Is bribery and the background of the games
" is the Garden.

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NAD Cops Navy
Pacific Side
Softball Title
The Naval Ammunition Depot.
at Rodman, usually identified
with golfing in sports circles, en-
ters some pretty fair teams in
the other loops, too.
In the recently completed Pa-
cific Side Navv softball league
for example, the NAD'ers belted
Navv and Marine pitching almost
at will while compiling a 13-2
record for the title. Their two
losses were at the hands of tne
Naval Station and Mine Planter
ACM-12 teams, during a period
when three of the first nine were
sidelined with injuries.
The champs now take on Coco
Solo Naval 8tation. winners of
the Atlantic Sector league, in a
two-out-of-three series starting
Tuesday at the NAD field, for
the 15th Naval District Cham-
pionship. ..
During regular league play, the
onlv thorn in the side of Man-
ager Tom Murphy's boys was a
stubborn bunch from Summit,
who refused to be edged from the
picture until 'he final meeting
of the two teams last Saturday.
A large crowd was on hand to
watch the slightly favored Sum-
mit nine succumb to the powej
and hustle of the NAD squad,
9-5, Lankv Dave Bryant, on the
hill for the winners, limited the
Summltmen to eight hits, and
the sparkling Infield play of In-
delicato and DiMartino kept
them from capitalizing on those.
Summits two bids for a big in-
ning were erased by the fine
throwing of Wilkstrom. the NAD
catcher, who cut down two im-
portant runners at second. Sur-
grave homered for Summit with
one on, and Indelicate tripled for
NAD with two mates aboard.
The Ammomen revenged their
defeat bv the Naval Station on
the following day by pounding
two West Bank pitchers for 18
runs. Wallace went the distance
for the winners, allowing two
runs on three hits. Reitz Wilk-
strom, and Bryant were the big
sticks for NAD. collecting two
doubles each. Toisn, Moline. and
Desllva contributed fine fielding
plays to the victory.
Pacific Chess Club
Tournament Reaches
Final Week Of Play
The tournament which the Pa-
cific Chess Club is conducting to
determine its Class "B' and C
players has reached its final week
of play.
On Wednesday. Mar. 28, Liv-
ingston Johnston scored two de-
cisive victories over his nearest
rival to cinch first place and be-
come the undisputed champion
of the club's Class "B' players.
His final score: 21 victories, 3 de-
1 The battle for second place will
be decided this week. Claudia
Thomas, with 15 points and four
more games to play may become
sub-champion if she wins all of
them. Reynold Barber, with 17
pollnts and two more games to
play has the same opportunity;
while Van McCleod with 18 vic-
tories, 6 defeats, and two more
games to play has an outside
chance to finish in a three-way
tie for second if the other two
should lose one game each.
A total of 282 games, played up
to Wednesday, were supervised
and scored by the stronger play-
ers of the club who have been ,
designated as Class "A" Players, i
This tournament Is one of tne
many activities being sponsored
bv the Pacific Chess Club to sti-
mulate the interest and Improve
the skill of its members in the
playing of Chess, universally rec-
ognized as the King of Games.
Anyone interested in joining the
club mav contact its secretary.
L Llewellyn, at the Pacific Club-
house. ...
Prizes were promised by tne
following: Sydney A. Young. Om-
phroy Auto Service. Angellnl Li-
quor Store. Mr Moquee, Fuller
Jewelry Store. 25-cent Store, Oil
Bus Co. and Store, Cafe Pepsi-
Cola Encanto Theater. Zapate-
ra Casa Dalla and Cervecera
Nacional.
Southpaw Of No-Hit Fame
Probably At End Of Trail
By UNITED PRESS
The southpaw who pitched two straight no
hittersJohnny Vandermeer may have come to
the end of the trail.
The Chicago Cubs have given
an unconditional release to the
36-year-old VanderMeer. Johnny
is a 10-year man, so he can deal
with any club he chooses. He left
the Cub training camp and
headed for his home In Tampa,
Florida.
BIG THREEAllie Reynolds, Eddie Lopat and Vic Raschi. left to right, re the Yankees' pitching
dependable*!,, getting ready in California to do it again. Casey Stengel is banking in Tommy Byrne to
locate the plate, replace Whitey Ford, and make it a foursome. (NEA) ____
Bee Of LIU Says Coaches 'Flunked'
Their Jobs Of Training Young People
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NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Mar. 31
(UP iBasketball Coach Clalr
Bee of scandal-rocked Long Is-
land University told coaches and
sportsmen today they had flunX-
ed' their Jobs and called on them
to "pick up the banner which
has fallen.''
Bee said he was "hurt desper-
ately" when three of his Liu
stars confessed to charges of ac-
cepting bribes from New York
gamblers who "fixed" games In
Madison Square Cisrden. He told
coaches and sports figures here
It is our job to see that tnis
tragedy does not occur again.
"I am not bitter." Bee said,
"but it was as great a bereave-
ment for me when I learned that
three of my boys had confessed
as If a member of my family had
died." s
He said coaches had "flunk-
ed" the job of training young
people. But part of the blame,
he added, lies in a breakdown
of family training.
"Sunday used to be a day of
family unity." he said. "Now
there are too many diversified
interests which break down this
vital circle. Now on Sunday its;
golf for the father, the beach for i
the daughter and an automobile
spin for the son." ,
Bee said despite his deep hurt
and disappointment he would
continue to coach "If I have to
crawl to school on my knees to
do It."
He said he "could not believe"
that his players were involved In
the scandal. On the night they
were arrested, he said he went to
his office, put a lamp In the win-
dow and waited for them.
"The boys didn't show up.
At six the next morning a
newspaperman called to tell me
they had confessed. It was
then that something died with-
in me."
The LIU coach spoke at a tes-
timonial given bv the lower Pen-
insula Sports Club honoring Ju-
lie Conn on Conn's 25th anniver-
sary as high school basketball
coach at Newport News High
School.
Gaviln Unanimously
Decisions Hairston
NEW YORK. Mar. 31 (UP*
Kid Gaviln said today he will
follow up his unanimous ten-
round victory over Eugene Hair-
ston at Madison Square Oarden
last night with one more tune-up
fight before he meets Johnny
Bratton for the welterweight
championship.
Gaviln was smart, fast and
stinging when he snapped Hair-
ston's 13 fight winning streak
before 7.617 fans who paid $27.-
430. Although Gaviln had to rest
himself In the eighth round so
he could finish fast, he appeared
of championship caliber then.
However, he will fight a warm-
up bout against an as yet unse-
lected opponent April 27 here be-
fore meeting Johnny Bratton for
the title here May 18. He and
Bratton signed for that fight yes-
terday with the agreement that
the winner defend against Billy
Graham within 60 days-________
K. C. To Donate
Trophy For Hoop
'Player-Of-Year'
Panam-Balboa Council No.
1371 Knights of Columbus has
donated to the Canal Zone Scho-
lastic Basketball League a beau-
tiful trophv to be awarded to an
Individual who will be selected as
Player of the Year.
Larry Chance will be chair-
man of the committee and the
winner will be announced at the
end of the season. The trophy
will be the personal property of
the athlete selected.
The other trophies that were
donated by the Knights of Co-
lumbus for this school year were
won bv Wally Trout of the Ju-
nior College In football and
track, and Tommv Hughes of
Cristobal High School in base-
ball.
Gaviln already had his title
chance clinched when he climb-
ed Into the ring against Hairston
but he wanted to revenge the
decision he lost to the deaf-mute
Negro fighter last October at
Scranton. Pennsylvania.
This he did with a left Jab of
blinding speed and his famed
bolo punch. Gaviln, outweighed
150 to 155=4. suffered a sliced ear
in the fifth round from Halr-
stn's flicking left Jab but oth-
erwise both fighters came, out of
the bout unscathed.
Gavllan's bolos to the middle
and his speedy left jab gave him
all but three of the ten rounds
on the United Press score card.
All New York morning papers
agreed with the decislen.
Flam, Trabert In
Top Tennis Match
Of Tourney Today
MIAMI BEACH. Fla Mar. 31
(UPiSlamming Herble Flam of
Beverly Hills. Cal., will take on
Cincinnati's Tony Trabert todav
In the ton match of the Good
Neighbor Tennis championships.
The amateur racqueteers had a
day of rest yesterdav as heavy
rains soaked the courts at Miami
Beach's Flamingo Park.
Trabert. star basketball player
for the University of Cincinnati
who ranks 11th in national ten-
nis circles, Is fourth seeded In
the Good Neighbor matches.
Flam, ranking second nationally,
is the favorite of the tourney.
In other top matches today:
Second-seeded Gardner Mulloy
of Miami plays Tony Vincent.
Coral Gables.
Sevmour Greenberg of Chica-
go plays Bob Curtis of Denver,
who unset fifth-ranking Bill Tal-
bert Thursday.
Rhoda Hopkins, seeded second
among wmen. plavs Althea Gib-
son, third-seeded Negro star from
New York.
VanderMeer made baseball
history in 1938 when he pitched
a no-hitter against the Boston
Braves and did It again three
nights later against the Brook-
lyn Dodgers. It's the onlv time
in major league history that a
Kitcher tossed two straight no-
itters.
VanderMeer has been on the
downgrade since he left the Reds
In 1943 for two vears in the Navy.
The Reds sold him to the Cubs
in 1950\ and he worked In relief
most of last season.
Elsewhere in baseball. John-
ny Lipon led the Detroit Tig-
ers to a 10-4 exhibition victory
over the St. Louis Cardinals at
Lakeland. Florida. Lipon drove
in five runs with two doubles
and a single. Fred Hutrhinson
was the winner. Loser Erv Du-
sak homered for the Cardin-
als.
Catcher Bob Scherbarth's
three-run double gave the Bos-
ton Red 8ox a 7-4 win over the
New York Giants at Sarasota.
The drive came off loser Jim
Hearn. Mickey McDermott got
the win.
Catcher Ray Noble of the Gi-
ants sprained an ankle In the
second Inning and will be out of
action about two weeks. Noble
' tried to score from first base on
i Jack Lohrke's double, and twist-
ed his ankle as he hit the plate.
Catcher Mike Guerra quit the
1 Red Sox In a huff yesterday,
then cooled off In a hurry and
! said it was all a misunderstand -
King. Guerra got Into an argument
about meal money, but changed
i his mind and decided to stay
i with the team.
Todav, the Red Sox play the
Cincinnati Reds. The Reds had
an off-day yesterday, but ran
through two drills at Tampa, de-
l spite a chilling wind and light
rain. Manager Luke Sewell says
Herman wehmeier will start
against the Red Sox.
The Hollywood, Florida, game
between the Philadelphia A's and
Baltimore was cancelled because
of rain. Right-hander Johnny
Kucab of the A's has an Infected
neck, and doctors advise an op-
eration. Kucab will return to
Philadelphia for treatment.
Exhibition
Results
BY UNITED PRESS
Clearwater, Florida
(10 Innings)
Senators 000 300 200 05 7 0
Phillies 000 003 200 38 7 4
Kuzava. Consuegra <7i and
Okrie; Roberts, Konstanty 16),
Donelly (10) and Lopata. WP
Dorrelly. LPConsuegra. HR
Coan, Bloodworth 2, Noren, Lo-
pata.
Sarasota, Florida
Giants 012 100 0004 7 1
Red Sox 022 030 OOx7 9 3
Hearn, Spencer <6> and Noble.
Yvars 12); McDermott, Evans
(7) and Scherbarth, Rosar (6>.
WPMcDermott. LPHearn.
De Vicenzo Still
In Running Of The
Azalea Tourney
WILMINGTON, N. C, Mar. 31
(UP) Argentine Roberto De
Vicenzo todav was still in the
running of the Azalea Open
Golf Tournament tied in fourth
place with Henry Ransom who
was the 1949 tournament win-
ner.
Clearing skies warmed the
weather for the third round to-
day promised better efforts
from the remaining 66 low
scorers after two days of
drenching rains and high
winds.
Tommv Bolt and Martv Fur-
gol are tied for first with a 36-
hole total of 139.
Following is the standing:
Won Lost < Score
L Johnston 21 3 21
R. Barber .... 17 5 17
V. McCleod. 16 6 16
E.Taylor .... If 8 16
C.Thomas. ... 15 5 15
E, McKeesey 13 7 13
H Sterrett. 11 13 11
I. Llewellyn 10 8 10
P. Robinson 8 16 8
G. Carter .... 6 15 5
W Jones .... 8 15 i>
C. Forbes ....' 17 3
T. Jemmott ... 0 24 0
GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun Club will
hold a .22 caliber pistol shoot
Sunday April 1 at 16:30 a.m. The
course of fire will be 20 shots at
50 yards. Entry fee will be $1.6
per shooter. At the conclusion
of firing 5 individual niedaW
will be awarded. All comers are
h ele oma,
The Chase National Bank
of the City ot New York
Total resources over $5,283,000,000.00
General Banking
PANAMA BRANCH CRISTOBAL BRANCH
COLON BRANCH
BALBOA BRANCH
DAVID BRANCH
We Specialise in Financing Import and Export*
Lakeland. Florida
Cardinals COI 003 000 4 9 1
Tigers 001 423 OOx10 15 0
Dusak, Brecheen (4). Yuhas
(8) and Garaglola, Rice (5);
Hutchlnson, Trout (6) and Rob-
inson. WPHutchlnson. LP
Dusak. HRDusak.
Alpine, Texas
Browns 000 000 0101 6 1
White Sox 100 000 02x3 7 1
Garver, Medllnger (6> and
Moss: Mahonev, Holcombe (7i
and Nlarhos, Joe Erautt (7'.
WPHolcombe. LPMedllnger.
Cubs 200 020 0105 8 0
Yankees 101 000 0002 9 1
HUler and Owen: Byrne. San-
ford, Ferrlck and Berra, Houk.
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SATURDAY. MARCH 31. 1951
THY. PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE PITB
Canal Garden-Lease Program
Being Closed Down Rapidly
The tag ends of a grand expcr -
iment begun 30 year* agothe
development of agriculture in me
Canal Zone for the partial sup-
port of resident* are now dc-
lng rapidly gathered together by
Panam Canal authorities with a
view to bring the program to an
end.
Notices have betnpr are hem*
Issued to about 65 holders of agri-
cultural land licenses in the Ca-
nal Zone to vacate. All of these
are so-called non-indemnity li-
censees, of which a total of 103
are outstanding. In addition -o
these, there are 473 valid indem-
nity licenses in force. These are
scheduled for cancellation ara
liquidation when money to settle
claims becomes available.
The policv of depopulating all
areas occupied under agricultur-
al land licenses was first initia-
ted in May 1935 by former Gov-
ernor Julian L. Schley in a circu-
lar which barred the transfer of
such licenses and the issuance oi
new ones. Licensees were also no-
tified in that circular that fur-
ther Improvements to the prop-
erty, including the planting of
additional fruit or other tree,.
other than annual crops, would
be at the risk of the licensee.
The policy was somewhat mo-
dified three years later by for-
mer Governor C. S. Ridley by an
amendment to the regulations
which provided that the surviv-
ing husband or wife of a deceas-
ed licensee could renew the out-
standing license in worthy cases
by paying any unpaid rent on the
land.
The present program of ter-
minating land licenses in the Ca-
nal Zone is being accelerated be-
cause of the changed conditions
which will prevail after the es-
tablishment of the new Panama
canal Company next July. For
many years past the agriculture
land license business has been a
losing proposition for the Cana!.
In the last fiscal year, for exam-
ple, the land rental on these a-
mounted to approximately $7.000.
several thousand dollars less
than the expense of administra-
tion which requires among other
things regular inspection of the
properties.
In ihe present program of de-
populating land license areas, ev-
ery effort will be made to avoid
hardships of the licensees. Nono
of the licensees will be required
to vacate the land before the end
of July of this year and addition-
al time wMjfeAJlven in cases
where annolxMpfi are still to be
harvested.
Generally, the order In wh.ch
notices to vacate land held under
non-indemnity licenses are be-
ing given as follows:
1. Where one or more resi-
dents of the land are Canal-
Railroad or other Governn nt
agency employes,
2. In Instances wrier the li-
censee does not reside on tht
land.
3. Holders of licenses who re-
side on the land and are not
connected with any Govern-
ment agency and therefore will
not be entitled to reside in the
Canal Zone, under treaty con-
mittments.
In those cases where occupants
are Canal-Railroad employes,
they will be given housing as-
signments, and efforts will oe
made to provide housing for oth-
er" O.S. Government employe.*,
other than the Canal or Rail-
road. No action will be require 1 in
those cases where licensees do
not :eside on the land other ihan
cancellation of the license. In
cases of retired employes residing
on lands, they will be offered-re-
patriation.
The last of the non-lndemnl.y
land licensees required to Vacate
will be those who will be requ
to find residences outside the >"a-
jjal Zone. The length of time
which will be permitted in these
cases will be largely determined
by the hardships involved indi-
vidually, It has been announce.-*
The same general procedure is
SIMULTANEOUS RELEASE!
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CECILIA THEATRE
THE SCREEN'S
MOST GLORIOUf
ADVENTURE!
GRANDE
starting
JOHN WAYNE
MAUREEN 0'HARA
co sfairing
BEN JOdNSON CLAUDE JARMANIR
HARRY CAREY. JR CHILL WILLS
Dir.ct.dbyJOHN FORD
EPUBtIC PICTUR
feafuring
J CARROL NAISH VICTOR McLAGLEN
MHI WITIESS SOIS Of Il flOHEK
Panama i^anal (clubhouses
J^^ Showing Tonight ^HH
BA I 1*4 f-\ A 4:25 6:20 5:75
r\L9 \*f r\ Air Conditioned
IC MS ^LLftXAS
STEVECOCHRAN
=pX STUART HEISLErV
ALSO SHOWING SUNOAY Hi MONDAVI
A N C O N
IS 13
Glenn FORD ft VALL1
"WHITE TOWER"
(Technicolor)
Sunday "TWO WEEK WITH I.OVF."
DIABLO HTS.
CIS ft l:2S
John WAYNE Patricia NEAL
"OPERATION PACIFIC
Sunday "THE FALLEN HUM
COCO LI
15 :
Barbara STANWYCK ft Wendell COREY
"THE FURIES"
Sunday "CALL ME MISTER"
PEDRO MIGUEL 7:00 p.m. "The Lone Star Ranger"
GAMBOA
f:IS
Joan FONTAINE ft Robert RYAN
"BORN TO BE BAD"
Sunday "THE FI'RIES"
G A 7 U N
I:M P M
Paul DOUGLAS Jean PETERS
"LOVE THAT BRUTE"
Saaday "WHITE TOWER"
MARGARITA
(IS I*
MARX Bros, ft Vera-ELLEN
"LOVE HAPPY"
Sunday "OPERATION PACinc"
CRISTOBAL
Alr-tnn.ll'"*.
1:11 1:1*.
Louia CALHERN ft Ann HARDING
"The Mognificenr Yankee"
Also Showing Sunday!
planned when the program of de-
populating those areas held un-
der indemnity licenses Is begun.
The agriculture program in
the Canal Zone was initiated
during the latter part of 1921.
upon approval by the Secretary
of War. It was designed to pro-
mote the development of those
agriculture products which
would make the Canal Zone
partially self-sustaining for
fresh fruits and vegetables.
Although every encouragement
was given to the program, inclu-
ding the later establishment ol
the Canal Zone Experiment Oar-
dens for the development and
propagation of the best planta
for this area, the program
never highly successful and for
the past 20 jears has been on a
steady decline.
During the late 1920's there
were more than 2,000 agriculture
land licenses In force, covering ''.-
000 hectares of land. By 1940 the
number of licensees had dropped
to under 1.000 and last year there
were less than 600 licenses in
force.
The primary objective of pro-
viding a ready source of fresh
trulls and vegetables was never
achieved and In most instances,
particularly within recent years,
the licensees have been cont-nt
lo raise only enough fresh fruits
and vegetables for their Individ-
ual needs. Of the non-indemnity
licenses. 41 of the 103 holders do
not now reside on the land and
TROPICAL
TODAY
JAMES
MASON
In a gripping
tale of romance
and suspense I
ARTHUR RANI
MAROARIf
MASON LCCKWOOD.'^V
A PLACE OF
ONE'S OWN"
' A l.i. iwi ruan entn
ARCHIE and his Troubadors, the musical attraction now play-
ing nightly from Wednesday thru Sunday every week at Panama's
newest and finest rendezvous, the American Club, formerly the
Palm Terrace, situated at the foot of the hill from the Hotel
Tlvoll.
The American Club is fast becoming the popular nlte spot for
those who seek delicious food, well-mixed drinks and a delightful
atmosphere. The ZEBRA LOUNGE Is the mecca for those who
desire the Continental "look" and surroundings. This popular ren-
dezvous is presided over by Rolando who knows how to mix any
drink to your taste.
For those who want to dance while dining and drinking, there
is the cool spacious Bamboo Room, one of the finest bars In town.
' Tepe," for years your host at the old Atlas Club looks after your
wants. You may enjoy the finest in mixed drinks and the know-
ledge of quality plus service. The Rose Room Is ideal for your
small party.
All in all, the new American Club Is a long-felt want in Pan-
am and nothing has been left undone to make thla the foremost
bar and restaurant In the city. The large crowds that gather
each night at this popular club proves this statement.
An excellent seventy-five cent lunch is served daily In both
the Rose Room and the Bamboo Room. A well-prepared menu,
with your choice always available.
Amazingly low prices prevail throughout.
The American Club Is under the management of Hector Downe,
Panama's foremost entrepreneur.
/itca tic
NEXT
THURSDAY
some of these do not have care-
takers.
Aside from the fact that the
agriculture program, which look-
ed so rosy In the prospective 30
years ago. never achieved the de-
sired results and has been a de-
finite loss now for many years,
another factor is Involved which
Influenced the present decision
to speed up the depopulation of
the land license areas. This Is
the necessity for providing cer-
tain Canal-Railroad facilities for
these residents, among which are
health and hospital care. In a
large number of instances the li-
censees are in comparatively des-
titute circumstances and during
the past fiscal year it was neces-
sary to cancel or reduce hospital
charges of a considerable amount
for patients among this group.
Supply and Service
Director Plans
Washington Flight
Lewis B. Moore. Supply and
Service Director, will leave by air
tomorrow night for Washington
where he will spend about ten
days on canal-Railroad business.
He Is making the trip primarily
to discuss purchasing metho'is
and procedures with representa-
tives of the Washington office of
The Panama Canal with a view
to possible revision of the present
purchasing system.
During his absence. F. R. John
son. will act as Supply Service
Director.

/
in a jungle Eden that
roars with peril-
fraught adventure,
spectacle beyond
belied
M-G-H's
. Eighth Wonder o| The World!
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SOLOMONS
MINES
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Two
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8/.*. RICHARD CARLSON
is i
IN HOLLYWOOD...
HOLLYWOOD t NEA) Looks |
like Sylvana Mangano has start-
ed something in Hollywood.
Movie dolls are throwing
their diet charts out of the
window and growing their own
bustles. i
I listened open-mouthed while
Jayne Meadows sounded the bat-
tle cry of heft, blubber and girth.
Red-haired .Jayne pitched it to
me:
"I've made up my mind to be as
buxom as I can be. That's my
personality. A womanly figure has
always been buxom. Not until
Hollywood came along, did the
world to in for flat, thin, anemic i
women. I disapprove of that. It's
unattractive."
Jayne slapped her hips smartly
and added that she wasn't fat';
at all. -
Just well-rounded in the right,
places.
Her husband, screenwriter Mil-
ton Krlms, was right happy about
her chassis, she let me know.
She's the ample of his eye
and she's going to stay that .
way, thank you.
What about...?
I reeled off the names of some
movie queens who could slip un-,
der the parlor rug and not make a
bulge big enough to notice.
"Skinny, undernourished.
bony," Jayne snorted. "On the
screen they look as if they can't
make It."
Let other Duses nibble at the
cotton cheese and spaghetti.
Not our Jayne.
"Listen," fumed ayne, "to act,
to have energy under lights from
six In the morning, you've got to
have some food In your system.
Solid foodsteaks, chops, bread,
potatoes.
"When I came out tp Holly-
wood from Broadway to do 'Un-
dercurrent,' they ordered me to
lose weight. I told them that I
had always been a big, buxom
girl. But no, everybody at'MGM
had to have a figure like Kath-
arine Hepburn. I didn't have
enough strength to get through
my scenes. I thought I was slip-
ping as an actress. Brother, it
wasn't the acting. It was the
dieting. I was plain hungry.
"I started rebelling when I
made 'Enchantment.' No starva-
tion. I had curves and we.'.rht.
Men who hadn't ever noticed me
before came rushing up to tell me
how voluptuous I looked on the
screen. I'm heavy In my new pic-
ture, 'David and Bathsheba,' too.
"The camera puts 15 pounds on
an actress? That's a myth. It
varies with women. I'm tall and
I've got a small waist. I can get
away with weight."
Jayne's seen Sylvana and she's
seen Jane Russell, too.
She's going to be right there
when Hollywood awards Howard
Hughes a medal.
"That man." sighed Jayne. "He
doesn't want women all flattened
out. Jane Russell's bigger than I
am. And look at Inerid Bergman,
and Gene Tierney."
Did I want to hear about the
little trick she's worked up to
keep every ounce of poundage on
her shapely frame when a new
picture role pops up? Maybe It
will help some underfed movie
siren who yells "Ouch" whenever
she sits down In an unpadded
chair.
Jayne whispered: "I hurry
right over to the producer's of*
flee and say, 'Do you think I'm
too thin? Do you think I should
fatten up? That's what you call
the surprise attack. The boys
gulp and stammer, 'N-n-no,
you're just about right. It
works like a charm."
Jayne was an eyeful on the
. Broadway stage, but Hollywood
' turned her into a brooding heavy
In "Undercurrent," "Lady in the
Lake" and some smoking-gi a
operas that she'd like to forget.
She was so rattled by It that
! people in Hollywood didn't know
what to think of her, she mused.
"Why. Katharine Hepburn told
'. a friend of mine that I was cer-
tainly a strange, morbid cirl.
Imagine this from Hepburn."
A producer even told her never
i to smile because "my teeth were
too white and my mouth would
look like a piano."
Jayne shrugged:
"I didn't smile on the screen
until I made The Luck of th
Irish.' Director Henry Roster in-
sisted on It. You know what? My
mouth didn't look like a piano."
I shook my head sadlv over
the whims of Hollywood. J
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A cheering picture... Certainly
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Bosley Crowther, TIMES
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sentiment."
Frank Quinn, MIRROR
OPENS THURSDAY
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JTAtiE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1151
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
'35 words
3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tiull Avt.
Phone 2-22SI
KIOSK DE LESSEFS
Parque de Leuepe
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Avo.
Plione 2-8441
BOTICA CARLTON
10 05 Melndea Avt.
Plione S COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. It West 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. S7 H" hlreei Panama
No. 12.17 Central Ave. Corea
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOK SALE: Chrysler 1949. New
Yorker, used one year, cost new
,$3.600. radio, seat covers, bet
tfer over $2.000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653
.',,Balboo. _________^^
FOR: SALE: 1948 Studeboker
Champion 4-door Sedan. Good
condition, 14,000 miles. Con be
financed. $950.00. Coll Albrook
.3243. ________________________
FOR" SALE 49 Buick Super Con-
vtrtlble. Quarter 249-D. Coco So-
lo 302._________________________
FOR SALE:Studeboker "Champion"
4-door, I94C, with radio tires,
point and engine perfectly kept.
Duty-Paid. Speciol at $1,300. Coll
' at C. O. Moson, S. A.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
APRIL FOOL Him! With the latest
Spring hairdo a refreshing face
treatment and subtle makeup he
wont know you and will fall in
love all over again. Genell Bliss
Cocoli Beauty Shop 4-557.
Dr. Wendehoke Medical Clinic, Day
and Night Service. Centrol Avenue
133. Phone 2-3479, Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALtHith aloi oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. S3 25
oollon Tropiduro Storei.
FOR'SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
be Luxe, black sedon. Heavy un-
dercoat, oil filter, new battery,
rnyffler, tailpipe, chrome vents.
SI.650.00. New Cnstobol 353-B.
F0R"SALE:1951 Mercury converti-
" b"e green, block top, white side
walls, radio, 5.000 miles, 800 dol-
lar down, balance finance $60.00
-Rj| month. Albrook Field 3171;
:OR SALE'1950 Chevrolet Bellair.
"tntiio. whit sidewoll, 6,000 miles.
- ne"w cor oppearance. Tel. 3-0738.
FOR SALE: -- Chevrolet 1949 four
door sedan, low mileage, duty poid.
Tel. 3-1289. 3-1818, Cristobal.
FOR SALE:Model "A" Ford motor
._ y/vassembled. New tires, paint,
..muffler. Needs one piston ond
'connecting rod. House 209-C, Pe-
...dt Miguel. Telephone 4-363.
FCR,'SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "88,"
"4'" door sedon, Hydromatic, radio,
r fjdercoated. Like new. 5623-D.
...p.pb.o, Tel. 2-1889.
fSTsaLE 1940 Hudson. Good
condition. $300.00. House 8055-
"dT 3rd street. Morgonta. Tele-
. phone 3-2314.
FW'.SALE 19-10 Buick Club Coupe
good condition. 1459-C, Lo Cru-
,c|*. St., Balboa. Phone 2-1207,
FOR" SALE: 1949 Ford Custom
Fordor V-8 with rodio. Priced to
sel! Excellent condition. Whaler,
"';2-:i377.
FUR-:SALb' 1948 Pontiac club
-coupe. Hydramatic. radio, seat
""fc-ver, excellent condition, $1.500:
or best proposition. Phone 2735,
Curundu.
__ 1
FOR- SALE1936 Pontiac Coupe..
"'"Good condition, 5 good tires, duty |
'paid. Price right. Phone 83-3205
-ill?-*, East 5th. St. Curundu.
FOR SALE:Deep water diving out-
fit, complete with three hond air
pumps, will sell cheap, make offer.
Phone Gamboo 291.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:One Custom Made Couch
$190.00. 2 ormless upholstered
choir, $87.00 each. I Kroehler
1 plotform rocker, $85.00. 2 uphols-
tered occasional chairs, $75.00
pr. Phone Albrook 2102.
FOR SALE: "Frigidaire" 7 cubic
foot refngerotor, 25 cycle, all
porcelain. In excellent condition.
Telephone Panomo 2-0028 be-
tween 4 and 6 p. m.
FOR SALE:Brand new 8-4 cubic
foot Norge refrigerator, 60 Cycle,
best offer. 1489, Dohrman or
Balboa 2-3392. .
FOR SALE:Refrigerotor, Coldspot,
7 cu. ft. porcelain inside and
outside. $60 00. House 1560
Apt. A. Phone Balboa 2933.
FOR SALE:Mople bedroom suite 5
pieces. Innerspring mattress ond
coil spring. Spinet piano. China
closet. 157 D, Pedro Miguel 4-
436.
FOR SALE:Kodak 35 mm camera
with cose, flash attachment, built
in range finder. Extra lens, PortroifCR SALE: -- frigidoire 25 Cycle,
I ~T^ '
No. 3 + and
Gamboa 291.
No. I + Phone
FOR SALE:Home size paint sproy
outfit, compressor operated by
1-3 H. P. 25 cycle motor. Com-
plete with hose and new gun.
Phone Gamboa 291.
OR SALE:Housetrailer on lot at
Coronado. Six hundred takes both.
Further information phone Balboa
2933 or Box 743. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Radio-phonograph RCA
Victor Console with three speed
changer. AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th.
St. 6-A. Phone 3-1029.
FOR SALE: Records of 33 1-3,
RPM. AH makes. Classical and po-
pular. AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th St.
6-A. Phone 3-1029.
Eids will be received in the office of
the Generol Manager of the Com-
missary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.
until 3:00 p. m. Friday, April 20,
1951. for furnishing 90.000
pound, or alternatively 45,000
pounds of fine granulated sugar.
Forms of proposal with full par-
ticulars may be obtained from the
office of the Supply b Service Di-
rector at Balboa Heights or from
the office of the General Monoger,
Commisscary Division, Mt. Hope.
C. Z.
FOR SALE:Piano $150.00, sweet
tone. 3rd of November street.
House 5, ddwn stairs. Apt. 1.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Concrete house, partly
_;_ fyrnished m "Cermeo" located
,i,ibeside telegraph office. /nguire
-at 0774 K Williamson Piace or at
....Cermeo, Sunday morning, Casa-
nova.
Boys Drop Pet Skunk
Girls Pick Him Up
SYRACUSE. Mar. 31 (UP)
A byracuse University fraternity
nad to drop one of its members
because he was raising such a
"sunk" with another member.
Smokey, the fraternity's Dal-
matian mascot, was on the verge
of a nervous breakdown because
of the animosity of Air Wick, a
pet skunk.
80 the scentless Air Wick was
nosed out of the club.
He was given to the women's
.bucket brigade of a volunteer
lire company. The girls are de-
lighted. They've been hunting for
vears for a masco! approorlate to
the name of their organization:
The "Hlnsdale Skunks."
FOR SALE: Zeiss Ikon cameros,
Contax, Contesso, Super-lkonta
Cr Ikonta, also Rolleiflex, Lindo &
Moduro, No. 24, 29th. St, Panama.
MOTHERS, for children's wear _
infants to 4 yeors visit BABY I
LANOIA, No. 39 43rd Street.
("If iti for the Baby, wo hove
FOR SALE:G. E. 8 cu. ft. Refriger-
ator $50.00 cosh. Sears circular
sow ond motor complete $100.00
cash. Fhone 6-524 house 152-A
Gamboo.
ICR SALE: Rrumberger 16 mm
reel chest, $3.50; Model Aircraft
Eng: "Ohlsson" CO, $1-4.00; Jim
Wolker U-rely control, $1.50;
Machinists swivel vice, 3 in. Jaw,
$3.00; all metol miter box ond
28" bock sow $23.00. Molabal
Hydraulic Jack. $4.50. Bol. 2873
house 356 Apt. 1, Ancon.
very good condition, rodio, plastic
curtains, miscelloneous, 131 New
Cristobol.
FOR SALE:Gibson refrigerator, 7
1 -2 cu. ft. 25 cycle. Excellent
condition. $75.00. 386-C, Cocoli
25-3652 until 3:30.
FOR SALE:-Fngidaire 7 1-2 Cu.
Ft. Good conaition, $75.00. Call
Balboo, 2873.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Shelvador Re-
frigerator. A-1 condition. Priced
to sell. Two years left on guar-
antee. Whaler, 2-1377.
FOR SALE: Bosket-carriage for
baby ond infant basket all fixed
up. C:lombia Street No. 3, Apt.
10. Tel. 3-1539.
FOR SALE:Mahogany diningroom-
bedrocm sets, 41 pieces dinner
set. $15.00; bamboo chair. 8045
Apt. 3, 9th St., Colon.
FOR SALE:Floor lamp, 3 bulbs, so-
lid brass, hand pawned shade. Up-
holstered walnut arm choir ond
Windsor chair. Dressing toble with
3 folding mirrors, glass top, finish-
ed walnut color. Electric clocks,
adjustable bath tub seot. miscel-
laneous furniture. choirs, side-
toble, two panel folding screen.
Kitchen utensils, enamel ware
pale, basin, aluminum tea kettle,
ironingboard. etc., potted plants,
plote gloss shelves for plants. 793
B Tovernilla St., Balboa. Tel. 2-
1855.__________________________
FOR SALE: Diningroom, bedroom
and children furniture, all maho-
gony, made at Cowes. Llvingroom
set, Venetian blinds and other
household items. House 561 I-D,
Shonts St., Diablo.
LESSONS
RESORTS
Willioptt Sonto Claro Beach Cottage
Iwc Bedroom, elect'.c refrigero
rion Rockqo rongo Phono Boi-
boo 3050 Except Week-end
Philtre* Beach cottage. Soot Cloro
to number 435. Balboa Phone
Panomo i 1877 or Cristobal i
167?
HOTEL PLAZA
Invites you, your family and friends
to past a week-end at the most
comfortable Hotel in the Interior:
Beautiful view terrace; wide salons;
neat, comfortoble private rooms;
best restaurant in town; air-con-
ditioned bar; gas station with me-
chanic repair shop; airplane trips
to acquaint /ou with the Interior;
short trips at reasonable prices.
HOTEL PLAZA
Santiaio t Veraguo
Viiifae* by many Amaricen familia
FOR RENT:Foster's finished cot-
tages, between Santo Clara ond
Rio Hato. Phone 2-3'42, Panano
or see caretaker.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingroom, diningroom, 3
bedrooms, 2 boths, porch, terrace,
garoge, servant's room, garden,
large potio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entronce. No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill. 3 bedroom, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mendei & 7ubieto. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at Vio Espaa, No. 20.
see De Castro. "B" Avenue No.
24. Phone 2-1616. Panama.
FOR RENT:Apartments of one bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at 44th Stroet East No. 9,
Bella Vista. De Coitro, "B" Ave-
nue No. 24. Phont 2-1616. Pan-
ama.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, perfect
operating condition, $50.00. Type-
writer, needs repairs, $5.00. Via
Espaa No. 54.
Atlantic Camera Club
Meeting on Monday
The Atlantic Camera Club
will hold its reguiar meeting at
l-.m p. m. Monday, at the R.
9* C. building in New Cristo-
"Captain Doerr of Ft. Oulick
be the critic for the even-
is print ompetltion, the sub-
It uf which is "Shadows."
(Members are reminded, how-
(jr. tttat prints on any sub-
wlU be accepted for crlti-
sinee this will be the last
sting; of the club before the
:yial print exhibition which
jprtks April 15.
"HraJtayXor the annual exhibit
be aiscussed.therefore. all
ibers.nre urged to attend
) to bring prints.
,. p. s. iTwiiTHoTd
%rial Monday Night
Young -People's Service
0. St.-Pauls Church will
Social on Monday at the
of Mty Stephanie Wll-
WWSlfco de la Ossa
e No. 51.
social will begin at 7:3C
p. in
^OJ* SALE: Automotic De Luxe
Bendix, 25 cycle, perfect condi-
tion, 9 months old; kitchen, bed-
room, clocks, 1-8 ond 1-3 horse-
power motors, 12" oscillating fon
(all 25 cycle>; Universal electric
percolator, motorcycle wheel and
tires; lorge savings on all items,
816-A, Empire St.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Stort leorning the Tango now! It will
be your next dance croze. A mes-
sage from Hollywood. Balboa
YMCA, Harnett and Dunn.
I E^SONS:Beginners and interme-
diate students, you can leorn prac-
tical or popular piano playing in
ropid 4-6 months course. Accom-
plished classical player in three
months or less. Bennetts Studio
No. 9. Juan B Soso, Tel. 2-1282.
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordiol wel-
come and a profitoble hour will
be yours at the "Couple's Class"
cf the First Baptist Church in Bal-
boo Heights. 9:30 eoch Sundoy
morning.
WANTED:Diningroom chairs, writ-
ing bureau, liquor cobinet. bamboo
furniture. Phone Colon 1337.
WANTED 2 used cars. One old mo-
del, one new model. C, Z. Write
P. O. Box 1474 Ancon. Informa-
tion including price.
WANTED TO BUY:Play-pen.-high
chair, single bed. Tel. 2-2442.
FOR SALE
Boat* & Motors
FOR SALE: 30- ft. auxiliary sloop
"Sorolee" built by George Kneass
Cf California. Socnfice for $3.250
00. See Bootmon, Bolboo Yacht
Cub or 224 Central Avenue, Pan-
omo.
OLD COINS UNCOVERED
VALENCIA. Spain (UP)-
Workmen clearing the way for a
new street uncovered a trunk
containing 1.200 silver coins. Most
of the coins were dated from the
xteenih and se\ enteenth cen-
as and were of Spanish and
x'hniui/iiie oiigin.
Polio Victim Attends
School By Telephone
BRADFORD. N. Y.. Mar. 31
1 UP 1 Slx(een-y ear-old Clair R.
G rove goes to school by telephone
and seems to be none the worse
student because of It.
He Is a victim of polio.
The community board of edu-
cation set up an intercommuni-
cation system between his home
and his sophomore high school
classroom. If asked a question
during class, he's right there with
the answer.
Judging by his record, the tel-
ephone system works admirably.
He is a member of the school's
debating society, they Key Club
1 an organization of outstanding
students', and maintains a high
scholastic average.
Car Performs Better
Without Its Driver
OODEN. Utah (UP) Police
Capt. Clifford K. Keeter is con-
vinced driver.'ess autos may be
better than those having driv-
ers.
The reason: Mrs. John T.
Seaich parked her car on a down-
town hill, then crossed the street
on foot. While she watched, her
car rolled back from Its parking
stall and downhill. It missed two
approaching vehicles, then slid
neatly into another parking stall
100 yards down the street, with-
out so much as nicking a feeder
of the m a either siue 01
I (.lie tui^iy talL
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
livingroom, diningroom. maid's room,
bolcony, Bella Visto No. 8, Colom-
bia Street. Apt. 5.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
corner, sitting-diningroom, screen-
ed, $65. 56. Porras Avenue, key
oparirrent 3, Quijano, 8th Street.
No. 15. Phone 3-0234.
ALHAMIKA APARTMENTS for rent
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
oportments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENTVacation quarters. Ful-
ly furnished apartment. Bella Vis-
to. Two month beginning April
6. Phone 3, 1939 offer 5.00 p. m.
FOR RENT: Modern oportment.
chalet style, for married couple
only. 1st. Ave. "El Carmen" No.
24, Ponoma.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, opposite ocean, park
and school. Federico Boyd No. I,
telephone 3-1516.
FOR RENT:2 month sublease
cool furnished apartment, B.70.-
00, one bedroom living, dining-
room, bolcony. 17 E. 29th St. Apt.
4. Tel. 3-2426.
FOR RENT:Newly painted two bad-
room apartment, quite building,
furnished or unfurnished. Bella
Vista. Tel. 2-2443.
FOR RENT: Furnished one room
opartment. also two rooms, kitch-
en, both Bella Vista. Call 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Top floor. 3 bedrooms,
livingrcom, diningroom. porch,
laundry and maid's room, garage.
For information inquire downstairs,
No. 56 Juito Arosameno Avenue.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bello Vista. With all com-
fort. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished cool
clean room, meals if desired. Bel'a
Vista. 46th St. 18-A Phone 3-
1789.. office hours. 2-1693.
PC's Finance Director
Flies from Washington
Arnold Bruckner. Finance Di-
rector, returned to the Isthmus
by all yesterday from Washing-
ton, where he had been since
March 21 on official business for
the Canal-Railroad organization.
The main purpose of his trip
was to attend, with Governor
Newcomer, the annual meeting of
the Board of Directors of the Pa-
nama Rj>ii:oad Company which
Held In Washington on Mar
Hi
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
YOUR HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'N HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves 8plce 8helves
Pot Holders utensil Holders
and many others
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
RE-UPHOLSTER
Your furniture like. new.
Lowest prices.
Let me figure your'material
needi. Free Fitmate*
AI.BF.RTO HFRKS Fan. 3-3151
8 a.m. to 7 p.m
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURAfj
THE BEST FOR LESS
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factorv Prices.
PORRAS
Placa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
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tutet
BUILDING
1-,-allf
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Va Espaa. Near Joan Franco
Tel 3-1508
PURE LINEN
SHEETS 72 xl08" ...... 5.95
All sizes
PILLOW CASES 22x33" 1.26
LINEN BY YARD
TABLECLOTHS
LINEN SHIRTS
CASA FNIX
The Linen Store
Ave. Central 155
Tel. 2-2790
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel
Swimming Star
Sally Forrest, who has plenty of
detail for the discerning eye, i
reported to have hit the Holly-
wood jackpot. I'or her sensational
performance in the Ids Lupino
production, "Hard, Faat and
Beautiful," released by RKO
Kadi o, ahe ha* been rewarded with
full eo-stsr billing with Claire
Treror.
US STILL BEARS
BRUNT OF KOREAN
(Continued from Page II
of coal, 1,000 tons of rice. 3,000
tons of salt, 20 tons of DDT.
Cuba2,000 tons of sugar,
blood plasma, 10,000 gallons of
alcohol.
DenmarkMedical supplies, a
13,000-ton hospital ship fully
staffed and equipped. 500 tons of
sugar.
EcuadorMedical substances,
500 tons of rice.
Ethiopia$40.000.
FranceMedical supplies.
HORIZONTAL VERTICAL
1 Depleted 1 Infold
swimming 2 Island in the
star, Esther Hebrides
SLafgers
8 Male deer 4 Lord (sb.)
12 Crucifix S Dismounted
13 New Ouinea 0 Insane
port 7 Observes
14 Brazilian 8 Spain (ab )
seaport 9 Shrew
15 Blackbird of 10 Seed covering
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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cuckoo family H Yawn
16 Sea duck ie Chi*i Priest of
a shrine
17 French island
20 Sea eagle
22 Point
25 Snare
18 Tear
10 Accessible
21 Colonize
23 Symbol for
erbium
24 Medical suffix 2e Military
25 Mountain lake slstant
27 Malaysian
canoe
30 Get up
31 Symbol for
iridium
32 Paid notice in
a newspaper
33 Gaelic
35 Nuisance
38 Golf device
(Pi)
39 Rough lava
40 Glsnt king of
Bsshan
41 She stars in
the------
45 Woolly
49 Age
50 Step
52 French plural
article
53 Seaweed
55 BusUe
56 Aromatic plant
57 Year between
12 and 20
58 Traitor
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28 French river 44 Heavenly bod
29 Greek god of 45 Beast
war 46 Measure of
33 Famous area
English school 47 Conduce
34 Insignia 46 Royal Italian |
36 Rugged family name
37 Oriental porgy 51 Fruit drink
41 Flesh food 54 Article
42 Shield bearing 56 Symbol for
43 Electrical unit magnesium
Word Battle Flairs Afresh
Over Florida Crime 'Lies'
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Mar. 31
i UP i The white-hot battle of
! words between Oov. Fuller War-
ren and the Miami Crime Com-
mission flared up again today
with ?. prediction by the govern-
or that more "lies" are about to
be hurled at him.
Loyal Compton, the governor's
aide and press secretary, releas-
ed a prepared statement which
said warren expects crime com-
mission director Daniel P. Sulli-
van to renew his attacks on the
governor in a radio broadcast.
At the same time, Compton de-
manded that Sullivan cease re-
leasing his lies against Gov. War-
ren until he can prove that the
three he already has told about
Greece100 tons of soap, edu-
' C%tS?HM?w tlf.^n5Upft-- the sovernor are not absolute,
Iceland125 tons of cod liver ,ltr,h' n.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1..
Tel. 2-338V
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
oil.
Israel$98,000 of medical sup-
plies.
Lebanon$50,000,
Liberia$10.000 of natural rub-
ber.
Mexico$350,000 of food.
Nicaragua3.000 bushels of
rice. 1.250 gallons of alcohol.
NorwayMerchant shipping
and a 100-bed field hospital.
Paraguay$10.000 of medical
supplies.
Peru$65,000
Philippines50.000 cakes of
soap, copra, coconut oil. 40.000
tons of rice, 20 Red Cress person-
nel.
SwedenA 600-bed, fully
qulnned field hospital.
Uruguay$2,000.000 and 70.000
blankets.
Venezuela$100,000 of medical
supplies.
outright lies
"Oov. Warren expects that Da-
niel P. Sullivan, the well-known
liar-for-hire, will resume his
mandaclous activities tonight."
the statement read. "Gov. War-
ren hopes that those who hear
Sullivan's broadcast, or read
about his radio lies, will keep in
mind these three facts:
"I. That Daniel P. Sullivan
has told three flagrant lies
about Gov. Warren in his last
two broadcasts;
"I. That Gov. Warren chal-
lenged Sullivan to prove that
all three were not absolute,
outright lies;
"3. That Sullivan has failed
to proye he was not lying, and
that five members of the State
Racing Commission have pub-
licly stated that Sullivan's al-
terations are not trae."
'As a matter of common de-
cency." Compton's statement de-
clared. Sullivan should "ceasa
releasing his lies" until he can
prove his previous charges.
Sullivan is scheduled to speak
on the Crime Commission's
weekly Saturday nlgfit feature
broadcast over several Miami ra-
dio stations.
The Warren-Sullivan verbal
jousting began in earnest two
weeks ago when Sullivan said in
a broadcast that Warren had In-
tervened with the State Racing
Commission on behalf of a noto-
rious bookmaker.
Warren flatly denied the
charge and called Sullivan a liar
in nine distinct ways.
They Like To See More
~o Theaters Oblige
CHICAGO (UP)The coin-slot
nrinciole is being used in four
Loop legitimate theaters to give
the patrons In the balcony a
more even break with the bld-
heds up front.
Two of the theaters have coln-
ODerated boxes, containing opera
glasses, attached to balcony
seats, while another has extend-
ed the service from balcony to
mezzanine.
The management of the fourth.
Chicago's largest burlesoue
house, apnarentlv believes that
equality snou'd rule when the
stripping starts. It even has the
pay-as-you look glasses on the
first floor.
Dramatist Eugene O'Neill
Served In Separation Suit
Son Siicreeds Slain
Dad As Cycle Cop
KANSAS CITY., Kan (UP)It
took 21 vears but Fred Hicks has
achieved his ambition of stepping '
into his slain father's shoes.
Hicks was four when a D'owler
killed his father. William Hicks,
mntorcvele patrolman.
The son's appointment to the
force, as a motorcycle patrolman,
was confirmed just before his
25th birthday, the minimum age
for policemen here.
SALEM. Mass.. Mar. 31. (UP'
Mrs. Carlotta Monterey O'Neill of
Marblehead filed suit for separ-
ate maintenance today against
Nobel prize winning playwright
Eugene O'Neill charging that ne
was cruel and abusive to her.
The suit was filed in Essex
County Probate Court only two
days after O'Neill and a Boston
psychiatrist. Dr. Merrill Moore,
filed a petition asking tha: a
guardian be appointed for Mrs.
O'Neill.
Mrs. O'Neill's suit against the
world famed dramatist claimed
that he had failed to support her
and that she Is now living apart
from him for "justifiable cause "
The petition said he was crue!
to her on Feb. 1. but did not spe-
cify in what way.
The separate support suit anJ
O'Neill's petition for a guardian
lor his wife both are returnable
Apr. 23.
Both O'Neill and his wife
been patients at the Salem
pital for the past month or
though the nature of their ail-
ments was not disclosed. O'Neill
was releasd from the hospital to-
day. She was released a few days
ago.
O'Neill and his wife have lived
In nearby Marblehead since he
was stricken several years ago
with palsy like Parkinson's dis-
ease. The playwright, winner of
the Nobel and three Pulitzer priz-
es, has been unable to work since
his play, "The Iceman Cometh."
was produced on Broadwav la
1946.
Though his mind was unham-
pered by his affliction, the dis-
ease caused his hands to jerk
convulsively and made it impos-
sible foi him to write.
He had always worked in long-
hand and found It impossible to
dictate or write In any other way:
He and Mrs. O'Neill remained in
seclusion at their home and
rarely saw anyone but a servant.
"It makes him nervous to have
someone in the house." his wife
said at one time.
Male Jury Finds Yachtsman
Innocent Of Rape Charge
NEW ORLEANS. Mar. 31. (UP
An all-male Jury took only 10
minutes today to find socialite
cotton broker Andrew Messick.
Jr., 20. innocent of a charge that
he raped Ceclle Patricia Ross on
his vacht one hot night last May.
Miss Ross, a curvaceous. 10-
year-old brunette from a middle
class family, had testified that
Messick lured her on his yacht,
dragged her into the cabin ant!
raped her on a bunk, while she
protested and struggled. The Ju-
ry was shown pictures of marks
on her legs and breasts.
But Messick told the Jury that
last May 22. on his yacht Wuffie,
Miss Ross Incited his ardor wlt:i
a kiss and submitted willingly.
The courtroom, packed With
teen-agers, cheered lustily when
th Jury found Messick. a six foot
180-pound former rrigh school
football star. Innocent at 2:05
a.m. His parents hustled Messick
from the courtroom while the
ups nad raised such a rumpus
outside the courtroom because
they couldn't get in to hear Mes-
sick describe his loveraaking that
police arrested one man and
cleared the corridor.
Defense attorney Hugh Wilkin-
son asked the jury to "let this hoy
fight on the battlefields" Instead
of spending his life in the state
penitentiary. The death penalty
was possible, but the state had
asked only for a "just and fair"
verdict. Wilkinson said the en-
tire charge was an "effort to us
this court as a collection agency."
despite the' fact that Miss Ro33 s
father denied any civil damage
was planned against Messick.
"She walked on her own feet
into the cabin, absolutely willing-
ly, and sat down on the side cf
the bed," Messick testified, .'tllss
Ross had charged that he drag-
ged her through the cabin do.ir
and threw her on the bed.
"She was being rather coy at
first I was squeezing her and
She said don't. She
court clerk banged his gavel fu- i kissing her.
ilelv for silence. 'didn't say It in a serious veln,OS
Earlier, teen-agers and growl- just said douV "


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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Mm. Gary Cooper did not cancel her Reno retreat reserv-
atlon... The Frank Slnastra insiders expect them to reconcile.
Virginia Hill's male lialrdroaoer la tipped $M when she Is too
tahd to leave her tepee .. The GUlete ^^/C*:
man has cancelled her troth... If the Reputa use L/S7M/F/T
(Lord Sot* Me From Truman), the Democrats will merely
change it to Taft... F. CostaUo's counseUor (Wolf) Is check-
las; the locality of Time, Inc., sponsoring his client (com-
mercially) on Chanel 7 during the Senate teevylng The
Herald Trio's March 16th cartoon on Costello had a special
chuckle-(or small-print readers. The artist's name (siped to
it): Fischettl... Heart at the Senate Hearings: "Whatever
became of the war?"...
Sen. KefauTer's Intimate say he decided to quit for the fol-
lowing reasons: Older solons complained he was getting "too
much publicity;" that the President wants the matter dropped.
Kefauver, they add. feels the purpose of the committee is com-
plete that proper legislation can now be enacted with what they
they have... He does not wish to antagonize his colleagues; his
future is assured, if he makes his exit while riding the crest.
This is the Dewey camp strategy to recapture the head-
lines: Albany will pick up the deportation proceedings a-
gainat F. Costello. Wiretapping is illegal under Federal law
established in the Judy Copln case), but is oke in N. Y. So
the files from Dewey's crimebusting days will be dusted off.
Judy Copien, Incidentally, can be found almost dally (be-
tween 2 and 4) In the Public Library studying every thing ever
written on wiretapping... The next major committee to
crash the front pages will be Senator Lyndon Johnson's War
Frauds group. It was this committee that catapulted Truman
into the White House... Two familiar faces may bo missing
from the White House family soon. (Dawson and Connelly?).
110% politicians just can't exist. They canot go far without
cutting corners and winking at certain things and people.
Mere non.
i It happened at Racquet and Tennis Club on Park Avenue...
The Red Room (in the basement) on Wednesday nights is the
scene for card games to which members may bring guests. A
beautifully decorated room with costly hangings, paintings and
antique Chippendale furniture... All said to be wrecked follow-
ing a brawl... The riot took place, we hear, the night of March
16... With many wellknown society people expelled.
The Marchioness of Inverclyde and Dion Selby are East-
side, Westside, all-around-the-towning... The Wm. Whalens
(Mary Hoc tor) blessed event is due in Oct. Mary is editor of
Alt Vanderbllt's "Young America." Whalen's the Ught opera
tenor... The Roger Angela (be'a editor at Holiday) expect
theira in a tew week. His pop ie The New Yorker' E. B.
White, the word -magician... Perie Meata destroyed a port-
rait of herself (after paying $10,000) because it looked "hor-
rid"... After a tiff with beau J. Agnelli (the Italian mint),
Pam ChnrehlU is dating Claude Carrier... John Bankhead,
ex-GI studying medicine in Britain, is courting Vivien Leigh's
dghtr Susanne Holxman... Excise tax on laughing soup will
be np'd from $9 to $12... Two B'klyn Judges haven't been
Bleeping well lately.
Hollywood's Larry Parka, who testified he divorced the Com-
munist Party in 1041. refused (as late as 1M7) to be interviewed
by the FBI about the matter... A new gang war has broken out
In Conn. Authorities are cheking on a new lottery (via Newark.
N. J., and Boston connections) following the gang murder of
Ralph Mele on the 21st... Reds in Detroit claim control over
half the delegates representing the local union at the Ford Motor
firm. They are out to defeat W. Reuther... John Conte ought to
have certain photos taken out of circulation. The tch-tch of the
town!... Josephine Baker will, get $20.000 or more for a one-
week deal at Phllly's Earle Theater... Paul Pettlt. the recently
wed $100,000 bonus rookie of the Pirates, has been classified 1-A
by his Lomita, Cal., draft board... Umpire Bill Klem, given up
for dead by United Press osi the radio a month ago (and was rev-
ived by this broadcaster with "Get up out of there, Bill"), is up
and around eating three squares and enjoying a hearty laugh.
Labor Mew
And
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Thie asaras a>e* saasaaes os reieeatiellitv far itatemenr ai opinion
oieteatae' la letter free readers.
SLIGHTLY CONFUSING
Cristobal, Canal Zone.
TO THE MAIL BOX EDITOR:
Can it be that "discrimination," the favorite catchword of the
CIO on the Isthmus, is being practiced by th U. S. Government
against several thousand American citizen employes of the Pan-
Canal/Army/Navy in the matter of Income tax? I feel that It Is
and for political reasons as detailed hereunder.
First, the story: Several weeks ago a Pacific side resident who
receives a $1200.00 per annum widow's annuity from the U. S. Gov-
ernment was reportedly advised by the local Income tax office that
because of the fact that she was a "non-resident alien receiving
Income from the U 8 Government" (although the widow of an
American PanCanal employe, the recipient of this annuity was not
an American citizen) she must pay 30 per cent tax on her $1200.00
per year Income. Period.
Second: I have In my possession a letter signed by the Head of
the income Tax Division, Collector of Internal Revenue, Jackson-
ville, Fla., which states, in part: "This Is to advise that a non-resi-
dent alien must only pay taxes on money received from the United
States or from sources within the United States."
From the above It would appear logical that every alien em-
ploye of the U. S. Government on the Isthmus, including citizens
of Panam, should be paying income taxnot Just the U. S. citizens.
Why has this been soft-pedaled and why Is only a comparatively
small segment of the government payroll being ordered to march
up to the collection plate with their tired dollars clutched In sweaty
fists? Has the State Department requested Treasury Department to
lay off because of fear of repercussions in the Panama/U.S. rela-
tionship?
I don't know the answer to all this, but I thought you all might
be interested. Sure seems like "discrimination" to medon't you
think so?
Signed: TAXES FOE ALL.
-----o-----
EDITOR'S NOTE:
After twe personal visits and numerous telephone calls, all
futile because of the Internal revenue's practice of leaving their
telephone off the hook, we managed to get the following
answers:
The widow's annuity received by the woman referred to Is
taxable because annuities are deemed to originate WITHIN the
United States. The flat rate of 30 per cent applies to aliens
subject to U. S. income tax. This case was considered as a "hard-
ship" and was referred to the States for opinion, which held
that the income was taxable.
Referring te the lack of tax for alien employes of the gov-
ernment. The Panam American was told: amendment ef sec-
tion 251 of the Internal Revenue Code making the tax applic-
able te Zenians provides that the Income derived from federal
employes In their work in overseas territories and possessions
will be considered as originating frem sources WITHIN the
U. S. (like the widow's annuity above). The tax provision applies
te U. S. citlxens only, and for purposes of taxation the Canal
Zone ia considered united States territory.
However, in the case ef alien employes working for the VS.
government or Its agencies here, it has been held that their
incoase Is deemed te come from WITHOUT the United States.
So the. Canal Zone territory is. on the one hand, aad ain't ea
tote ether.
Now do yon snderatand? We don't either.
By Victor Ritsel
HOLLYWOOD The lady has
no glamor. But her Hollywood
party sure attracted some of
the movies' moat colorful cele-
brities. Most of that color was
red. For the lady's party was
the Communist Party, and the
lady, for years, had been the
undercover whip of the com-
rades' "Operation Hollywood."
And since she's never had any
publicity, I want to tell you
about the lady in Red politics.
To profile her is to.protile the
real operatives behind the cons-
piracy to capture and exploit
the world's most powerful pro-
paganda machine the Ame-
rican movie. So, when the head-
line-making Congressional probe
raises the curtain In Washing-
ton In two weeks, remember
this.
The lady's name it Tiba
Oarlln Winner. Her "organi-
zational ability" has been
officially hailed by the Com-
munist Party, in whose ap-
paratus she has been for
years. And just so we make
this private eye venture of
mine authentic, let me re-
port that until she skipped
town to get the heat off, she
controlled the "Committee
to Free the Hollywood Ten."
This was a more or less
private propaganda offshoot
of the Commie operation
here, to exploit the failing
of the Hollywood writers
who defied Congress back in
1947.
Her home, after the Party
sent her In with her husband,
George, was first on Franklin
Av. and then on North Fuller
St. She ran the "Hollywood 10"
propaganda drive out of 158$
Crossroads of the World, Holly-
wood 28, Calif. Her telephone
number is Gladstone 7141. She
is the sister of one of the Com-
munist Party's foreign experts,
and Is considered so Important
In the Party that her name is
carefully dropped by their pri-
vate censors when they publicize
Hollywood's Red fronts.
She and her husband actually
camouflaged themselves by be-
coming agents for some of the
most crusading anti-Commun-
ist actors and writers here. Just
the other day, as I was waiting
In the wings to go onstage with
some of these tough anti-Com-
mie fighters, I heard one of
them say his agent had been
that very George Willnes,
master propaganda chief on
two continents.
He was really making good
in the Party. In 1934, he ran
for the Assembly in New
York on the Communist
arty ticket Bright Boy he
was, so they put him in
charge of the central dis-
tributing outfit which
spread Comintern litera-
ture throughout the V. S.,
Canada and South Ameri-
ca all at the direction of
Comintern headquarters in
Moscow. Next, the Party ar-
ranged for him to "buy" its
theoretical magazine, the
New Masses, from Sari Brow-
defs Brother Bill.
Then this Waterbury, Conn.,
lad was ordered by the Party to
take Tlba along and operate the
Hollywood machine. Why? In
the answer to this question you
have the whole 20-year Com-
munist operative picture in the
entertainment field.
When Georgle and Tlba ar-
rived in Hollywood, on Party
orders to build celluloid cells,
they had cooperation from such
composers as John La Touche
and Earl Robinson, such dan-
cera as Martha Graham, who
has pranced for the New Mas-
ses, Negro Boogie-woogie ar-
tists, poets, playwrights and
Broadway stais who had en-
tertained at the New Masses
balls.
And when they came here,
much to the excitement of
Branch 1, Northwest section of
the Los Angeles county Com-
munist Party, they had entree
into top entertainment circles.
On April 20, 1040, they ran their
first hottennany at the River-
side Breakfast Club. From then
on they infiltrated at least
an independent outfit, with the
three majoi studios, and many
writer and actors and directors
for whom they fronted. In 10
years exactly, they had become
the whips of the Party machine
here. To their home came the
top movie writers and they,
in turn, visited the others.
There, they conspired to
kill the jobs and reputa-
tions of actors and directors
to such a successful degree
that one such anti-Com-
mie now is working at a
machinist in Lockheed to
keep from starving.
And when the decent com-
munity, with the Screen Ac-
tors' and the Stage Hands'
Unions leading them (as well
as some of the producers and
Congress) revolted against the
Commie machine, Tlba and
Georgle added Insult to Injury
by abandoning California for
Florida clime. They can be lo-
cated at 7020 Collins Ave., Mia-
mi Beach, in one guise or an-
other. So let's give these dealers
In glamor the spotlight.
Put THEM on the witness
stand next month!
Cepyripht 1051. Paat-HaM Syndicate,
tea.
Sap's Runnjti'! In Fact It Never Stops
*^
Hired Thugs
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.-The original aim of Sen. Henry
Cabot Lodge to recruit 25,000 aliens to serve as
mercenary soldiers for the United States seems
to have been considerably perverted In the pro-
cess of implementation. We have bureaucrat-ed
that good Idea right out of practicality.
As she stands today we will recruit 2,500
aliens, applications to be accepted in the West-
ern zone of Germany, but we will not admit
German nationals nor any other member of a
land that signed the North Atlantic Treaty.
We plan to use refugees from Communist-
controlled countries. We plan to spend a lot of
time, money and trouble checking them for se-
curity value. We plan to bring them to the
United States for training. We plan to offer
them citizenship If thev are honorably discharg-
ed.
Ob. brother. Thev now make a project of a
very simple matter for some strange reasons
known mainly to Americans, where you have to
complicate the purchase of mercenaries with a
lot of lip service stupidities when what you are
really doing Is hiring bodies to fight for pay
and keep your own people from dying.
The French have always hated the Germans
and the French Foreign Legion has always hired
Germans, because Germans fight good on a sal-
ary. The French Foreign Legion has always
macie itself a haven for criminals on the lam,
because criminals tight good. La Belle France
never really concerned herself with the, morals
or the political beliefs of hired assassins when
she had some Arabs to kill. All the Legion ever
asked was whether he could shoot straight, obey
orders, and accept a handful of sous as a salary.
When you recruit a mercenary army vou are
not establishing a Bov Scout troop. You are
hiring killers who don't mind doing it for dough.
There Is not. necessarily, any quotient of no-
bilit In it. You just make an offer to save
lives of people you like better than some other
people.
It is foolish to exclude the Germans, because
Germans are great soldiers and there must be
a few million trained men around who would
like to make a buck by killing a Communist In
whichever spot a Communist needs killing In.
I recall that yesterday was the birthday of my
friend Bill Moore who was killed heroically In
Korea, and I wish it had been a German that
I was paying dough for instead of Bill. Or any
other American.
They speak of a security check on the 2,500
recruits to our American band of Hessians. You
can't security-check 2,500 people with any de-
gree of accuracy. I can't think of a cuter place
for Communists to plant their own people than
our new commercial army or any riper op-
portunity for sabotage within the service.
They say thev will bring them to America for
training. Why. for the Lord's sake? Put-'em
under a competent officer and a competent ser-
geant wherever vou need 'em. and let them go
to work at the killing business, which Is what
vou employ them for In the first place. It is
not necessary to make a holiday out of the pur-
chase of a person who has a gun for hire.
The entire concept of a mercenary army must
be met honestly. The employment of other peo-
ple's bodies, to fight your battles. Is not noble
in the mind. Professional killing is a dirty busi-
ness, and is unaccompanied by the usual pro-
paganda that impels a voung man to die for his
native land. ,
If we are in the thug-hlrlng business, let us
to hire us some thugs, with a minimum of emo-
tion, and as cheaply as possible. If we can find
trained thugs, such as the remnants of the Ger-
man army, let us hire them and save ourselves
the cost of training amateurs. But let us not
get sentimental or real noble about hiring mer-
cenaries. We buv them to shoot people we don't
like not to join the Epworth League._______
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
A MATTER OF PRIDE
BONN. It Is an odd experience to return to
this little university town which is the capital
of Western Germany. Only twelve months ago
everything here, from the political parties to
the buildings sheltering the government, seem-
ed to have been hastily improvised for the look
of the thing.
On every side, Germans and foreign observers
predicted then that the Bonn experiment was
doomed to early and inglorious failure. But to-
day, the predictions have been dlsproven.
This by no means implies that there is noth-
ing wrong. The debits are in fact considerable.
West Oerman youth has found no place as yet
in German politics, and lacks a faith. Millions
of tragic refugees from the Bast have found no
place as yet in West German society. They lack
both jobs and housing, and this social ulcer has
already given birth to a distinctly sjnister re-
fugees' party with an extremist and irredentist
platform.
The general economic situation U also serious.
The rather feckless methods of the Economics
Minister. Doctor Erhard. have brought on an-
other balance of payments crisis. The big busi-
nessmen of the Ruhr are making huge profits,
while the workers are suffering from a 13 per
cent rise in the cost of living without compen-
sating wage Increases. Social contrasts are be-
getting social bitterness. In short there are
plenty of cruel reefs and rocks on which the
Bonn experiment can founder utterly.
But you cannot judge any government by the
unsolved problems, which all governments have
except In utopia. What Is encouraging about
Bonn is simply that, despite many failures, the
broad tendency Is healthy and even, In a sort
of tentative Incipient way. downright vigorous.
Barring the refugee group, the extremist po-
litical elements are at the moment losing out In
Germany all down the line. The West Oerman
Communist party, always small, is currently al-
most vanishing from sight In a ruthless purge
carried out on the usual principles of loyalty to
the Soviet Union and Comrade 8talln. What is
more striking, the right wing nationalists, who
had everyone so worried a year ago. have also
r.-oven an empty threat.
Indeed this reporter had the quaintly comic
experience of hearing this latter fact from the
same man who had rather pompously warned
him last year that the much-talked about "Bru-
derschaft." a secret veterans' organization would
shortly take over the new Germany as Hitler
took over the old. "I can tell you confidential-
ly." the exprophet now said, "that the Bruder-
schaft would collapse completely if the British
Intelligence stopped paying the agents they hir-
ed to keep an eye on it." _. _
Meanwhile, the Christian Democrats, the So-
cialists and the other centrist political parties
are gaining a certain maturity from the simple
practice of politics, so long denied to them, but
now afforded by Bonn. In Chancellor Adenauer
and the powerful Socialist chieftain. Doctor
Schumacher, they have produced two German
leaders of European stature. Their younger men,
who had never been in politics before, are learn-
ing the business and making headway. Above
all the party organizations are putting down
roots in the country, are becoming real and so-
lid and Important.
In the same manner, the Bundestag, which
ed to resemble a caucus of madmen. Is trans-
forming Itself by practice Into a rather respect-
able European Parliament. And mean while,
other organisms of government have been born
or are now taking shape. It Is a bit surprising,
for instance, to find the German defense forces
of the future being planned by an enthusiastic
coalition between the mineworkers' union leader.
Herr Blank, and a group of survivors of the
July 20 General Staff plot against Hitler. Out-
wardly the combination is a bit incongruous, yet
the augury Is good.
Some of these things, like the big political
parties, are obviously enduring. Others may not
endure. While the Bonn government Itself has
acquired authority, it does not have much pres-
tige with the Oerman people. Thev are likely
to change the structure here and there, to make
It really their own. when they get the chance.
The real point about Bonn Is that it Is a place
where the raw materials for a decent Oerman
political life are now being manufactured. Bonn
itself may not go on. But If the world political
situation gives the Germans half a chance. It
looks today as If a decent, stable political Ufe
would eventually be built up here In Germany
from these vital raw materials.
Considering how often they have been de-
nigrated by their own people. It is only fair to
say that much of the responsibility for this re-
markable achievement belongs to two Ameri-
cans. Just as Oen. Lucius D. Clay almost single
handed forced the transfer of political respon-
sibility to the Germans, so High Commission-
er John J. McCloy has, fought continuously,
doughtily and successfully to give the Bonn ex-
periment its chance It should be a matter of
pride that we can find such remarkable men
for key posts when the need arises and politics
and cronv-lsm do not interfere.
.Copyright, 1951. New Yor> erald Tribune Inc.)
CU* WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO- ROUND
ly DRIW PIARSON
*_
Drew Pearson says: Dissension in Kremlin may prevent war
this year; Russia is faced with unrest in satellite coun-
tries; Gen. Eisenhower supplies confidence to "neutral"
Europe.
LONDON. The most important question I came to Europe
to answer ia: Will there be war this year? Will Moscow stria* be-
fore Western Europe can be rearmed? t
It still remains extremely difficult to answer (hat question,
but my personal hunch is there will not be war.
Trie word "hunch" is used advisedly. For all the Ingredients
aro on hand to make war. Moscow has ample troops on the Ytnjros-
lav border to attack overnight. Moscow also has ample troops In
Germany plus heavy concentrations of the old Nail Luftwaffe,
plus Important reserves of tanks and repair shops to throw us out
cf Germany and march to the English' Channel in a couple of
weeks.
Furthermore. Russian diplomats at the Paris Big 4 discus-
sions could be talking as Admiral Nomura talked Just before Pearl
Harbor, for the purpose of lulling us into a false sense of security.
That Is why I used the word "hunch." For, all you arrive at
after traveling through Europe is a hunch. Perhaps also-my
opinion is influenced by a certain amount of personal optlmjim
and the devout hope that there will be no war. It happens that,
on Dec. 5, 1941, I predicted in a speech at Dayton, Ohio, that we
would have war with Japan within two weeks. And I could be
just as wrong as I was right then.
However, here are my reasons for believing that Russia will
not strike this year (and In my opinion if she does not strike this
year, she will have much greater difficulty in waging war after
that):
INSIDE THE KREMLIN
1) There Appears To Be Uncertainty In The Kremlin. While
it Is Impossible to know exactly what goes on in the Kremlin,
there's good reason to believe that a personal tug-of-war is now
taking place between Soviet leaders as to who will succeed the
aging Stalin. The situation Is comparable to the days when Lenin
was on his last legs and the bitter battle developed between. Sta-
lin and Trotsky as to who should succeed Lenin.
The present battle Is between ex-Foreign Minister Molotov on
one side with Marshal Berta and Malenkov on the other. Berla
controls the secret police, while Malenkov Is the secretary general
of the Communist Party, and any combination that has the secret
police on Its side will probably win.
The Important thing, however. Is that wen top leaders are
torn by personal differences they usually can't get together on
such an important decision as making war. -*
2) The Atom Bomb. This is still our biggest ace-ln-the-hole
when It comes to peace. Our supremacy in the production gt A-
Bombs and the knowledge that we could and would bomb Moscow
the minute war broke, Is probably the biggest deterrent on rig-
ger-happiness In the Red Army.
NEAR-REVOLT BEHIND CURTAIN
3) There Is Great Unrest In The SateUite States. I have al-
ready touched on this unrest In previous columns. But as a result
of interviewing escapees from Bulgaria, the Ukraine and Czecho-
slovakia I came to the conclusion that in case of war, Russia
would have great difficulty in keeping the satellite countrtes-ltt
check. They would be a constant harassment and danger to her
rear.
One of the most interesting escapees I talked to had been a
member of the Ukrainian underground army. He reported that
there was so much unrest In both Poland and Western Russia
that the border between Poland and Russia was now just as
tightly closed as the border between Russia and the outside world.
Furthermore it was guarded by Greek guerrillas chased out
of Greece by Gen. James Van Fleet's American-trained Orele
army. Either because they had no place to go or because, the
Kremlin didn't trust Its own troops, these Greek guerrillas are
now stationed In a zone nine kilometers wide to prevent inter-
course between two supposedly friendly Communist states
Poland and Russia.
My Ukrainian Informant explained that this was because
many people in Western Russia, probably of Polish birth, had
tried to escape into Poland. Also she said that when Ukrainian
underground fighters got Into trouble in their own country,
hitherto they had escaped into Poland or Czechoslovakia. Now,
however, these borders are closed and it Is more difficult to
dodge the Russian police. m __ >
He also reported that Chinese work battalions had been
brought air the way from across Siberia to 'txk. In Russia..-
Bearing out these reports of satellite unrest, U. S. author-
ities have received word of two Red Army divisions being
rushed to Czechoslovakia and Rumania, with two other divisions
sent to the Ukraine.
W1XL EUROPE FIGHT?
Regarding the second big question asked about Europe-
Will she fight if attacked? here Is my best answer: -
1) The areas which will fight Immediately and fight well
are Turkey, Yugoslavia and Berlin. All three are close to the
Iron Curtain and all three are ready to fight at the drop
of a hat. The Greek army, though small, is also in good shape,
but the Greek people would not resist long If attacked by Russia.
2) The rest of Europe is torn by so-called neutralism a
desire to "sit this one out," a feeling that the United States
and Russia are the only nations which want war and the other*
don't want to be caught In between. ~"
Of the countries I visited, Italy would not fight iffst,
because under the Peace Treaty she has no army to fight jvlth:
second, because the war-torn Italians have had enough* of
fighting.
In Southern Germany, in fact, In most of Germany except
Berlin, the people also would not fight even If armed. And
they don't want to be armed. The worst mistake our military
men and Senate isolationists ever made was to talk about
arming a completely unwilling Germany. This talk has now
given the Germans a bargaining power they never had before
and they are making good use of it.
France and England, on the other hand, will fight If given
hope and confidence. Otherwise they will not. In brief, they
are not going to fight If only eight divisions are available to
resist a Russian army of limitless manpower certain to over-
whelm them.
Therefore, what our European friends need most is con-
fidence. They need the realization that if they fight they can
win. that opposition will not be futile.
That is what General Eisenhower is trying to give them
now confidence. That is what the landing of American
troops in Europe on a limited scale will give them. Per-
sonally, I am against sending a big land army to Europe. Bui
a limited number of American troops will give a tremendous
boost to European morale and Instil that most necessary of all
ingredients for European-American cooperation and delena.
confidence.
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)


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PMkM
130 am
10-45 a.m
8:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
Sunday School .......
Morning Worship......
Baptist Training Union .
Svauftelistlc Service
W MS Bible Study
I Every Wednesday i .. .
Men Brotherhood
(Last Mono in monthl
ATI ANTtr BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12'h Street
Cristobal. C.Z.
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Paator
"Vaur Invllalion To Worship'
Bible School ............... 9:43 am
Worship .................. 1': a.m
Tttf ling Union ............' 5:30 p.m
Worship .................... :30 p.m
Prayer Meeting iThurs.) ... 7:30 p.m
ChurchM of the many foitht in the Conol Zona, and the
terminal citiei of Panama ana* Colon, Republic of Panam, ok-
fond a wolcoma at all timo fo man and woman of rha armed
aarvicat, and fo civilian neighbor!, friondi and stranger!.
Ai a public ervice. the Panama American lifts below, by
denomination!, notice! of houri of worship and other regulor ac-
tivities.
Lilting of larger donominotiom ore in alphabeticel order.
which is rotated from time to time. Denomination! havino only
one or two congreootioni ore Hated under "Other Churches And
Service!." A ipecial lilting ii included for services at Army post.
Air Force baiei and Naval station!.
Minister!, church tecretoriol and chaplains are asked to In-
form the newi deik by Wednasday noon at the latest of any
change! for the coming Saturday's church page.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis L.M.
Sunday Masses ... 5:45 and ;''>
Weekday Mass ............ ? m
Holy Day Masses .. 5:30 andI 6:30 am.
Sunday School ........... :<
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7.00 p.m.
Baptisms Sunday ; VBi
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 5.00. 7.00
'"instructions for adult Tuesdays. Fri-
day: 7:30 pm. ______
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNgEL
Gamboa, CZ
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs, C.M
Sunday Masse ..7:00 and 8.30 am
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc. 6.00
"'Holy Day Masses ... 5:45 6:30 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
'Ml Hr.PNmoven. service. Fridays
''confessions Saturday 6:00 DJn
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor. Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sunday Mass 6:45 a.m evidav
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Frldav
6:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mas* b 00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena ervlce Fri
"tli^ Saturday 7
CHURCH Or THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C Z
Sunday Moss
Catechism Class ..
Red Tank Catechism Class .
Benediction .. ..
Catholic
(Listed below are Hie Cauiolic Churches
In the Canal Zone and those in (he ter-
minal cities o! Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speukinv Be-1 n~ tiles* the Cathedral in
Panan... L" .y Hie Caibediai "I (h* lm-
maru. .* Chi,, i pllnn in Colon and num-
erous iiarlsh churches In iMith fine, wel-
come English s.wiking vl-llnr Ihouali
llic.i i .i--. .-:... -fin' lie < ill-.lllv Si.....
Ish-spf.tKIn' -
SI MARY'S CHURCH
H.uuii., C.Z.
Suuusy Masse: fi no sou duo toon
am1 ni a in.
MNPalrllnn Sunday 5 (Hi Dm
S.MT :U HEART CHAPEL, Ancn, (Z
-nencun Boulevard Phone 2-0343
Svr liOO 7 ;iu A 9 311 a m
Oaliv M: w. 0 00 a.m
Hotyd: \ Masse film i 31 a.m ano
i*'] p.m
Berea.-i.un rriday. > 'u i-n>
Concessions Thursday beioie (he ist
Friday. 7:00 lo 8:00 pm .
Eviry Saturd.iv 3:30 to 5.00 pm 7:00
to 8:0o' pm _.,_
Calhechlsm Class. Grade School Child
ren: i riday 3:15 p.m
Study Club High School Students
Wednesday 6:30 p.m
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6:JU p.m
Canal Zone Council ol Catholic Nurse
ever '.'nd anil 4th Thursday 7:30 n m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL ( III i:i H
New Cristobal. 4th and G St
Pastor. Re Vincent Ryan.TM
Sunrtav Masses. 7. 8 and 10:30 am
Wee'tdav Mass: 6:30 a.m
Sunday School after (he 8 o cloc Man
Miraculous Medal Novena ervlce.
Holidav Masses: 6 and 8 am
Confession. Rosary, nightly 7:00 p.m
Mundav 5 and 7pm
IMMACULATr CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev John Tumelly C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Flrsl Fridays Confession Communion
Sunnay Mi* 8:00 a in
Wceltdav Masse Tliui-dnv and Semi-
ta y 7:00 o m
Holiday Mas I 'Hi a.m
Monday 7:00 p.m
Sunday Mass 7:00 am
Confessions Saturday 6 30 lo 7 00 Dm
CHURCH or ST VINCENT in PAUL
(Vlnrentlan Fathers)
'K'' Street. Panama City
Masse. Sunday r. a m rhlgh massi. *
130 am Sunday school conducted by
Maryknnll Sisters, after the second Ms:
.Weekdays Ram Holiday and K'.tn
m
Contasions Satin dav 5'30 ir 5i n m
t 7 p.m
Evening Devotions Rosan each day
at 7 p.m.. Miraculous Medal Novena l
7 p.m Friday: ronvert classes 7-30 nm
Monday and "Thursday
Catheclsm Cl.is' 10 45 to 1145 am
Sunday
Benediction i 00 p.m
Holv Dav Mas ft 00 a.m
COCO SLITO PI.AYSHED
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn C M
Sunday Mass ... 7:45 a m
Holy Day Mas 6 00 a m
Sunday School 8:45 am
Service Thursday night 7 45 n m
Confessions before Mas
CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev William J Finn. CM.
Mas...........
t 15
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon, 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev- J Raymon Mchate. CM
Assistant, Rev George Browne. C M
Sunday Mame 5 45 & 9 00 a m
Werklv Masse 545 & 6:30 a m
First Friday Mamas 5:45 A 8 08 a m
Bapllsms Sunday 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service every
Wednesday at (15 and 7 m pm
Novena of the Wred Heart. Frldav
p.m
Confessions Saturday 10 5: 7 to 8
p m
Sunday School, 3W pm
Instruction for adults seeking know-
ledge of ihe Catholic Church, everv Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 p.m
Sunday. 9:30 am Church School with
rlasaea for all Ages
1045 a.m.-Resillar Morning Worship
Sermon Topic 'You Can't Live With-
out -M Soecl.v Music hv Ihe lunior
Choir
fs:00 pm louth Fellowship Suojec-i
for rof .iteration The Captain of The
I Game In ,. i.or of Newlv Selected
Officers.
8:00 a.m
10:00 a n.
11:00 am
7 00 o.m
Hall)
6:15 a.m.
10:30 a.m
PARASO CZ. (Ledge
Sunday Mass ....
Catechism Claw Sunday
81 rHERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll. C.Z
Sunday Mass ..... ;" "
Holv Dav Mas_____ 6.JO am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. CurunduC Z
Sunday Mass.......... ? in a m
Holy Day Mas ......... 7 On pm
Benedlcllon Sunday 3 w p'"
Christian Scientist
HKlSTIUs SCIENCE CHUKCHs
,.-iMHChur'h o. Chris,. Scientist Anon.
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesday 8.0U om
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Hrst Church "I Christ. Scientist, Cristobal
1 irsi mi Bolivar Highway
Sunoay loS a m Wednesday 7 30 o.m
Sunday School 9_30 am
Christian Sclaoee *,'5!ri*,nbo"
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First lrd Wed
lesday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School 10 15.___________________
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. R. de P.
I Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S.T.B. Rector.
SUNDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
9 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
1:30 pm. Adult Confirmation Claa.
rmmsDAYS:
5 p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS: __ '
8 p.m Children's Eucharist,
7:30 om. Choir Practice.
10 a m. Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
SI. George's Church
Uatun, C.Z. _
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:45 n m Church School
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer. _____
10:00 a.m Holv Eucharist and Sermon
mesdays.
(.00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
iJay and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays.
) 00 p.m Evening Prayer
8:00 om St. Vincent's Guild
Tnursdays:
7:30 Din Choir Rehearsal
Church ot 81. Mar The Virgin
Rev Solomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
Morning Prayer.
Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Church School
Evening Song. Thursdsys
.. Holy Communion lAlso Holv
Oays and Saint Days.) -.
7-30 pm. Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Gulld.
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion al 10:45 am
1:30 p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
SI. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio (Jcftoa
730 am Choral Eucharist.
1000 a.m. Church School.
6:00 pm Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holy Days
Episcopal
6:45 a.m
7:00 nm
3:00 p.m
6:00 pm.
7:00 a.m
on the
IHE CATHEDRAL Ot SI EUKE
i-hf Rt Hev H lleber Goodcn. Bishup
rK Ver, Rev Raymond T Ferris. Dea,
7 30 a.m Holy Communion
9:30 am Calhedral School
10:45-Morning Prayer and Sermtnv
iFirsI Sunday of Ihe month Holy Com
munlon and Sermon.) t .....
7:00 Din- Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, M*_l
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St neai G Navy
Rev. Milton */. Cook-son. Pastoi
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 9:30 am
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 W a_m
,HC first Sunday in 'he month 1
Young PeoDle Vesper Service 4.30
"Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:50 o.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
Th Rev Gideon C Montgomery.
Hrv M A Cookson. Chap USNR
Holv Communion 7:30 am
Sun'dav School 9:30 a.m.
Public' Worship 1045 a.m
IHC flrsl Sunday In the month I
Young Peoples Fellowship 4 00 pm
cKoir* reheirsal Wednesday evening.-
"wnmen^Auxlllarv 2nd and 4th Thur-
'UtfUSt*- and Fellowship for ...
oeople ______
COROZAL
(nod Shephered _______..
^30Va'mAEv'ervN^riiorn.ng Pray-
(HC 1st FrlcaTJ.
ara 2s^ iWs
,'o,moTm's.Sa"c1'3?d Sunday Morn-
mg Prayer address
?:SoaPnd6Soinpd.n': Y^h'Or^lsat.on
"7:SmDdm Tuesday Girl, Friendly So-
*% pm ind and 4th Thursday
Woman' Auxiliary
^cSSSXk Sunday 2 00 p.m
LA BOCA
rv. Rev L. B. Shirley
6:00.mrh5orcommunin,.. Sunday
Holy Communion 5i .30 a.m.
MARGARITA
St Margarel Chapel.
MargarlU HoaolUI
Sund.r^..M.mCE^g Prayer
; 00 din _____
PALO SECO
Church of The Holy Comfor .1
munlon
PARASO
g^am-HolyJo^-8"1"
lo pm'ESvUennd.. P^aver --.*
^Monoiy. 7 00pm Youth Meetm.
Wedneivday 6:30 om
Society.
HC. 7*0
' Wednesday and Holy Day 8:30 am
Holy Communion
(Flri Sunday ol everv month. 1_______
Jewish
Jewish Wellaie Board. Ida. 192-JC La
Boca Road. Balboa. C Z Rabbi Nathan
Wltkln director
Service on Friday, 7:30 p mi ___
(See also listings o Jewish sehvlce
under Posts. Bases and Station.)
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cub:, and 36th Street. Bella VIsU
Panama City Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Service* on Frldav. 8 p.m
Atlantic Side
Coln Third Street. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
shank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B. J.
Maxon. (No Sunday night service at
oresent)
Sabbath school each church Saturday
9:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches exoepi
otherwise Indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
unity In essentials, liberty In non-
essentials and charily in all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Cristobal
The Rev. Phillip Havener, Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:45 Worship service snd Church-lime
'ltirsery.
6:00 Young People's Meeting.
Gatun
The Rev. J. William L. Graham. Pastor
Phone 5-355.
S:00 :30 Broadcast on HOK; HPSK
ind HON.
9:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev. Henry Bell, Pastor.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service snd Church-time
nursery.
6:10 Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Rev. Aleander Shaw. Pastor
Balboa
Balboa Read at San Pablo Street
Office Phone 2-336
0:30 Church School. Free bus servrp.
10:30 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
10:30 Youth Congregations.
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
6:00 Post Hi Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song."
CocoU
Bruja Road and St. Thomas Ave.
The Rev. Alexander H. Shaw, Minister
Phone 2-2796.
9:30 Sunday School. Free bus. In Rous-
eau and Cocoll.
10,45 Worship service.
I.ambus _
All services in Gsmboa Civic Centei
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray, Minister
Phone 6-130.
9:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service.
Pedra Miguel
0:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers.
Lutheran
ill III I.MHI LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Church ol Ihe Lutheran Hour'
I. T. Bernthal. Paslor
83(1 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 am ,
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. Come Thou
Wilh Us and We Will Do Thee Good A
friendly welcome awaits all visitor Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
; 30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
7-30 pm The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcome lo all milllarv oersonnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita HosplUl
Thursday 7.00 pan.
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To All ______
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Proles tanl
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. :15
Morning Worship................1000
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 156
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship ...............
4LBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group ..................
Servicemen's Hour ..............
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship ...............
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass .....................
Sunday Mass .................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Masa ...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ...................
FORT KOBBE
Dslly Mass .............."Ii
Sunday Masses .......... 8:00*
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ..................
S.LBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mas ..............'.i'V
Sunday Masses .......... 7:45 81
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ...................
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday .......................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ..................
FORT'KOBBE
Thursday ......................
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday .......................
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
I British Conferencel
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
9:00 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4.00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 D.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melendes Avenue.
Coln. R.P.
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.: Sunday School for all age at 3
" Monday 7:30 p.m. Weekly Prayer
Meeting
EBE-NEZEIt METHODIST CHURCH
Siver Cily. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt Minister
Sunday Services 8 ajn. and 5:15 p.m .
Sunday School for all agea at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer MeeUng.
,uin nieitii'i
Girl' Friendly
STToS* Monfn^ye, and add-
nd and 4th Sunday*
st.VaWcKSch
Venerable Archdeacon
6 00 am Holy Communion sou sm
7 0 pm Evensong and Sermon
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle lb de Febrero
Services al 11 a.m. and 7:50 pm. (Mai-
nr Wilson): Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
om. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
Coln. 14th Street
Services at ........ 11 am. & 7 30 p.m
Sunday School at .......... 3:00 p.m
Coln. 3rd Street
Service at .... 11 a ro. 7:50 o.m
Silver City
Service at .............
Sunday School at.......
7 JO p.m
3:30 p ni
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panam City. No 1 J. A
Mavnard; Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Service only).
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Rio Abalo. C D Abrahams: Gamboa. A.
A Brlufe. and Spanish City Church. E-
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ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion .
Sunday School ..............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ..............
Morning Worship......::
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ..............
.ilorning Worship ............
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas
COCO sm 11
Sunday Mass .
tadiollc
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
Other Churches
And Services
BMIA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Slreel
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8.00 u 111
Churth ol Jesus Christ of **"*' "J
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages------ 10:00 am
Preaching and Communion 10:45 am
Preaching and Communion .. 7:00 o.m
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 pm
Ladies' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 o.m
CHURCH or CHRISTOM Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet In the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:44 am
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun.
Phone Gatun 416 or It Gulick 30
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blair
Sunday School ................. 1:45
Morning Worship............... 11:00
Young people's Service ......... 5:45
Evening Worship ............... 7:00
Praver Meeting Thursday ....... 7*0
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p in. and Saturday 0:30 am
OLD CATHOUC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th SL West No 1
Holy EuChrlst: Sunday at 7:30 am.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
6:30 a.m
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday ot each month at
7 jo o.m
Mount llallheth Christian
Panam. R.P.
Rt Rev T James. D. D
offlciantlng.
Morning Worship at.......
Holy Communion at........
Fellowship Worship at.....
Bible Reading at ..........
Divine Service at ........
Sermon at...........
Holv Communion at ...
Balboa-Amador Road USO Club
Von-Denomination
Vesper Service al 6:15 p.m. Sundays
Choreh
Bishop
6:00 a.m
6:30 am
11 00 ajn
3:00 pm.
7:00 p.m
gOO pm
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PANAMA, R. P., SBADO, MARZO SI, 1S51
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Cruzan los norteamericanos el Paralelo 38
Fue interrogada La Prensa
Unida sobre su contrato de
informaciones con La Prensa
Las autoridades se negaron a entregarle copia de
las declaraciones que hizo
El mundo aument
en 544 millones
de habitantes
NACIONES UNIDAS, N. x".
Marzo 31 (USIS) La pobla-
cin del mundo aument en 544
millones durante la ltima ge-
neracin, segn han informado
11. expertos demogrficos de las
Naciones Unidas en su anu.uio
de 1949-50.
Entre 1920 y 1949, aproxima-
damente una generacin, el au-
mento ha sido, de 1,834 millo-
nes a 2,376 millones, lo que a-
rusa un promedio de aumento
de algo menos el uno por ciento.
La Amrica Latina es la par-
te del mundo que ha experi-
mentado mayor crecimiento de
poblacin, dice el Informe. Fl
aumento en estos pases de al-
rededor del dos por ciento pir
(Pasa a la Ptina b. Columna 7)
BUENOS AIRES, marzo 31.
(UP). Los representantes de
la comisin mixta del Congre-
so, que intervino a La Prensa,
interrogaron anoche, por espa-
cio de tres horas, a Thomas R.
Curran; vice-Presldente y Ge-
rente General de la Prensa U-
nlda en Sur Amrica, sobre el
contrato de la Prensa Unida
con el peridico por el servicio
de noticias.
Los representantes deseaban
obtener una detallada Informa-
cin sobre los pagos en dine-
ro por el peridico, en virtud
de dicho contrato, a la agen-
cia de noticias.
Curran y Alexander P. Bock,
Contralor de la Prensa Unida
en Sur Amrica, fueron citados
por telfono poco antes de las
seis de la tarde, para que com-
parecieran al edificio de La
Prensa. Al terminar el Interro-
gatorio se exigi a Curran que
firmara la declaracin.
El Congreso concedi poderes
a la Comisin para Investigar
no slo a La Prensa, sino tam-
bin a todas las empresas que
tuvieran vinculaciones comer-
Eximidos del Servicio Militar
de Estados Unidos estudiantes
de las Repblicas Americanas
Famoso conductor
de orquestas de
visita en Panam
Gregorio Ravlc, el gran con-
ductor de orquestas de fama in-
ternacional, est de paso por
Panam, y es actualmente hus-
ped de don Walter Myers y de
Jack Ross, figuras prominente'
ae nuestra cultura musical
Don Gregorio Ravlc, el fa.;.c-
so conductor, naci en Argen-
tina pero sall de tres aos pa-
ra Europa dondo form su prin-
cipal base cultural y musical.
Don Gregorio Ravlc ha con-
ducido las Sinfnicas de Benin,
de New York, Boston, Flladeltia
y otras grandes orquestas sin-
fnicas de Europa y Estados U-
nldos y se encuentra en Jira
por Sur Amrica.
A su regreso de Argentina, es
posible que don Gregorio Ravic
conceda a Panam de dirigir la
Orquesta Sinfnica de Panam
Tal cosa le ser solicitada per
nuestros amantes de la msica
clsica.
WASHINGTON, Mirzo St
(UP) El Sub-Comlt de A-
untos Generales de la Comi-
sin Poltica y Militar de la
cuarta reunin de Consulta ele
Cancilleres Americanos aprob
por unanimidad la propuesta de
Venezuela en que se pide qie
se exima del servicio militar a
los estudiantes de visita en las
repblicas americanas.
De acuerdo con esa propues-
ta, tambin se eximir del ser-
vicio militar a los tcnicos, pro-
fesionales, y obreros especiali-
zados que estuvieran estudiando
en cualquier repblica ameri-
cana.
El Sub-Comlt tambin estu-
di otra propuesta Venezolana
que pide que las repblicas A-
merlcanas se niegen a recono-
cer cualquier traspaso o tenta-
tiva de traspaso de derechos o
intereses en dependencias o>
potencias no americanas en el
continente.
Jos Luis Mendlzo, delegado
de Guatemala aprop la pre-
puesta venezolana y dijo que.
adems, las repblicas america-
nas deban aprobar el principo
de que no debe haber colonies
en el.Hemisferio Occidental.
Rusia jug sus dos ltimas
cartas en la Conferencia de
los Cuatro Grandes en Pars
Juan Martnez C.
se ahorc en una
celda de la crcel
A las seis y media de la ma-
ana de hoy fu encontrado a-
horcado en una celda de la po-
lica Secreta Nacional, el dete-
nido Juan Martinez Casaban,
aprendido anoche por la Poli-
ca cuando intentaba robar en
el Almacn 25 Centavos- Mar-
tnez Casabn ae ahorc con 1
soga del camastro de lona y
dej un papel explicando los
motivos de su fatal determina-
cin. La Polica 8ecreta man-
tiene la reserva obre los m>-
livos que tuvo Martines Casa-
bn para optar por la senda de
los suicidas. Este sujeto registra
un largo historial pollclvo pjr
delitos contra la propiedad.
CIRCULACIN PAGAOA
AYER MAS 0E
20,900
PARIS. Marzo 31 (UP) ttu-
sia y las potencias occidentales
comenzaron ha transar sobre la
futura agenda de la Conferen-
cia de Cancilleres de los Cua-
tro Grandes.
Ambos bandos estn conven-
cidos que es posible llegar a un
acuerdo sobre la agenda, pero
todos estn Jugando sus me-
jores cartas en la esperanza il*>
obtener los mejores trmino.* en
el acurdo final.
Las dos ltimas cartas fueion
jugadas por el delegado sovi-
tico Andrei A. Gomyko ano-
che. No hay posibilidades que
sean aceptadas po el occidente,
y es evidente que Gomyko i.z-j
as ofertas para forzar al oc-
cidente a retirar de la agenda
los puntos que objeta la Unin
Sovitica.
Gromyko le pidi al occiden-
te que agregara estos dos pun-
tos en la agenda: 1) El pacto
del Atlntico y la "creacin de
bases militares norteamericana!
en Inglterra, Noruega, Islan-
dia y otros pases de Europa y
ei Cercano Oriente".
2 Los tratados de paz de 1-
talla y Los Balcanes y lo* u-
cuerdos de los Cuatro Grandes
!>obre Alemania y Austria, "in-
cluyendo la desnazi flcacln y
criminales de guerra".
No asistirn a la graduacin
los del Instituto de Verano
Abrir sus puertas
el Banco Fiduciario,
dice J. F. Arosemena
Es tan honda la conviccin
que siento al convencerme de
qne la solucin sugerida por
mi para la reapertura de las
operaciones del Banco Fidu-
ciario ha merecido la acepta-
cin general, no solamente de
aquellas personas afectadas
directamente, sino tambin de
la ciudadana entera que me
atrevo a asegurar, en mi ca-
lidad de Director General del
Banco Fiduciario y bajo mi
firopia y exclusiva responsabl-
Idad, que se puede dar como
un hecho cierto que el Banco
Fiduciario reabrir sus puer-
tas dentro de breves das tin
temor ni riesgo alguno para
los depositantes, para los ac-
cionistas y para el pblico en
general; y con la important-
sima ventaja de que reanuda-
r sus operaciones bancarias
con un capital 4 o 5 veces ma-
yor que el original. Para ello
se trata de la ejecucin de un
flan, segn el cual los deposi-
antes inviertan en acciones
del Banco Fiduciario las can-
tidades que deben recibir.
Justo Fablo Arosemena,
Director General de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panam, S. A.
Declaran culpable
al que asalt un
Clubhouse zoneta
Goldbourne Cornelius Olttens,
de 25 aos de edad, fue decla-
rado culpable a las 12:25 del
da de hoy, de Intento de robo
al Clubhouse de Paraso.
NI un slo murmullo sall
de la enorme concurrencia
cuando el Juez Joseph Hancock
pronunci el veredicto.
Glttens ser sentenciado el
martes en la maana. Se pidi
que se subiera la fianza de
$1,500 a $2,000, pero la fianza
no ser subida a menos que
se intente depositar la fianza
de $1.500.
Al pronunciar el veredicto, el
Juez Hancock anunci que no
haba tomado en cuenta el tes-
timonio ofrecido de que los pe-
rros de polica establecieron que
los guantes y capucha abando-
nados en un Jardn de Paraso
pertenecan a Glttens.
El Juez Hancock dijo que "eso
no quera decir 'que la intro-
duccin y revelacin de tal tes-
timonio no era aceptable y le-
"No puedo mirar la suerte
de la actual administracin
con indiferencia". A. Alemn
Explica las razones por las cuales no acept el
carjro de Embajador en Washington
Muy exaltados se
hallan los nimos
de los estudiantes
Niegan licencia a
talo Zappi para
hablar por radio
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, Lie. Jos C. de Obal-
da, mediante resuelto, neg al
seor talo Jos Zappl licencia
para actuar como locutor en
las estaciones radioemisoras de
la Repblica.
El resuelto del seor Minis-
tro es el siguiente:
El seor talo Jos Zappl, ve-
cino de la ciudad de Panam,
portador de la cdula de Iden-
(Pasa a la Pac i Col. S)
Entrevistado el Mayor Alfredo
Alemn ex-Mlnlstro de Gobier-
no y Justicia por uno de los
miembros del Sindicato de Pe-
riodistas en el agasajo que se
le brind hoy nos hizo las si-
guiente declaraciones que da-
mos a la publicidad:
"Preguntado: Qu ha re-
suelto Ud. Mayor Alemn res-
pecto al ofrecimiento que el Ex-
celentsimo Seor Presidente de
la Repblica Dr- Arnulfo Anas
le ha hecho de nombrarlo Em-
bajador en Washington?
"Contest: Efectivamente en
dos ocasiones se me ha Orc*.!-
do la Embajada en Washingtcn
Entiendo que hasta hoy esta a
mi disposicin segn me infor-
m el seor Jas Clemente dt
Obaldia actual Ministro de Go-
(Pasa la Pac rol l>
Pa
a la Pg r col. I)
Regstranse casos
de cobarda en el
ejrcito de E. U.
SAN DIEGO, Cal. Marzo ?1
(UP) El Capitn de Cor:Ut
Otto Sporrer, Capelln de a
Armada norteamericana quien
i egres recientemente de Cor?a,
cieclar que han habido casos
de cobarda y mala direccin
entre las fuerzas del Ejrcito
Sporrer dijo: "Estuve en' Co-
rea y vi la conducta de los sal-
dados del ejrcito. Casi me a-
vergonce de mi ciudadana. A
menos que estas cosas se plan-
icen ante aquellos que pueden
nacer algo, el futuro de nuestru
nacin est en peligro. Hay mo-
mentos en que un hombre, y es-
pecialmente un sacerdote d<.i>e
anteponer la Justicia y el honor
a la discrecin. Y creo que ha
llegado el momento".
El capelln dijo que algunos
soldados se fingan enfermos
para que los trasladaran a la
ictaguardia- En cambio, agrez
Sporrer, el vl a infantes de
marina que ocultaban sus heri-
das para evitar que los eva-
cuaran.
Manifest que vl casos coixo
los mencionados entre los so
dados de 31o. Regimiento do li
7a. Divisin de Infantera. El
capelln asegur que esos o-
dados huyeron ante los comu-
nistas chinos, abandonando sus
muertos y heridos.
Dijo que esa situacin se de-
ba: Primero, "a que no se iiii-
buye en esos hombres el esp-
ritu de tradicin e idale'. 5
segundo, "a la falta de di
cin en los combates por par-
te de los oficiales".
Conceptuosa exposicin hace
el Licenciado Jos I. Fbrega
al Discurso del Pdte. Trurnan
Se relaciona con problemas econmicos vi-
tales de la Repblica de Panam
*Tal como lo anunciamos ayer publicamos hoy la Inte-
resante y documentada carta que dirige al Director de
"El Panam-Amrica" el distinguido poltico e Intelectual
panameo, Lie. Jos Isaac Fbrega, en la cual hace una
magnifica exposicin sobre problemas vitales de la pu-
blica enfocados en asocio a las declaraciones del Presi-
dente Traman formuladas ante la Cuarta Conferencia de
Cancilleres de Amrica: -J L_.
Panama, Mano 31 de 1951.
Seor doctor Harmodio Arias,
Director de El Panam-Amrica,
Ciudad.
Estimado seor Director: _
Me dirijo a usted por medio de esta carta, no solamente por
ser usted Director de uno de los rganos periodsticos mas 'mPr-
t-intes del pas, sino tambin, y sobre todo, por la felii coinciden-
riu de que es usted como se lo reconocer plenamente la His-
toria y sin que nadie pueda regaterselo uno de los paname-
os que ms tesonera, talentosa y patriticamente se han intere-
sado por nuestros problemas relacionados con los Estados Unidos
de Amrica. .. *_
Porque precisamente, el objeto de estas lineas es poner de
relieve que. segn el discurso que el Presidente Truman pronun-
ci recientemente a manera de pauta en la cual han de ence-
rrarse las discusiones de la Conferencia de Cancilleres, en la ur-
gente necesidad de defender a las Americas lo primero que se
lequiere es el fortalecimiento rpido e Integral de la economa
de nuestros pueblos. "Nuestras necesidades de defensa dice
Truman en ese discurso que usted bien conoce no se limitan
a las cosas que se utilizan para la fabricacin de armamentos.
Necesitamos dice forjar nuestra economa en una forma
mucho ms amplia. Es esencial aclara que para nuestra
seguridad ampliemos constantemente nuestra capacidad econ-
mica. Nuestras necesidades de defensa Incluyen, en diversas
areas, ms alimentos, mejor educacin y mejores servicios de sa-
lud. En algunos casos aade incluyen la construccin de
caminos, represas y plantas generadoras de energa Y '"Y1"
do en este orden de Ideas, el Presidente de los Estados Unidos
se extiende, ante los Cancilleres, en la necesidad de dar ayuda
a las actividades econmicas de nuestros pases, porque es Im-
posible pensar en un Continente americano, transformado en
unidad idnea para los fines de su propia defensa, si mediante
un sistema de cooperacin no se despierta y vigorUa a cada una
de sus porciones.
Esas expresiones del Presidente Trurnan no constituyen me-
ras palabras protocolarias, porque ni el Mandatario acostumbra
valerse de simples frmulas o apariencias, ni los apremios de los
actuales tiempos son propicios a Us Intrascendentes venias ver-
sallescas, porque, por ltimo, no se requiere gran talento para
darse cuenta de ate lo que el Presidente Trurnan ha dicho, res-
ponde en todo a la realidad de nuestros pueblos que. hoy por
hoy, pueden brindar escaso concurso a la Causa democrtica, de-
bido a su economa retrasada y podra decirse esculida. Y sien-
de ello en esa forma, es lo acertado que nosotros, dentro de esa
linea de accin sugerida por el propio Gobernante norteamerica-
no, tratemos de mejorar en esta hora decisiva nuestra vieja ai-
tuacin. y de conseguir un impulso para nuestro desarrollo.
Bien s que en una Conferencia como la que se esta desarro-
llando, el Canciller Brin se limitar a hacer, en este* das, un
muy sinttico bosquejo de lo que nuestro pas necesita desde
hace mucho tiempo para ese surgimiento a que se refiere el Pre-
sidente Trurnan, a fin de sentar bases generales y de dar un
ejemplo prctico que ratifique los conceptos presidenciales sobre
el estado de atraso econmico en que se encuentran nuestros
ueblos. Pero ello, que tiene que ser asi por la ndole de la con-
erencla, no impide que inmediatamente, como secuela de la mis-
ma, y especialmente como secuela del punto de vista del Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos, expresado solemnemente por el Presi-
dente Traman, nuestra Repblica inicie, dentro de un plan Inte-
gral sesada v oocumentadamente forjado y expuesto, conversa-
ciones amistosas con el Gobierno del Norte sobre aspectos que
son vitales para nuestra economa, r de los cuales depende pri-
mordialmente ese surgimiento que Unto preocupa a los Estados
Unidos. Mencionar en seguida. sinUticamente. algunos de esos
aspecos^ ^irtmA de, denomln)Mio "pacto de Us Antillas", earns
usted bien sabe, a Us mercaderas que se traen a la Repblica
de Panam se les impone un Hete martimo que sin exageracin
podrU denominarse fantstico. Mientras existe ese flete injusto
igual o superior al que corresponde a U mercanca que se
(Pasa a la pgina columna 7)
Todava no se sabe si sus
tropas se atrincheran o si
se dirigen hacia el Norte
Los rojos lanzaron cuatro contra-ataques, pero nO
pudieron detener el constante avance
SANTIAGO, marzo 30. (Co-
rresponsal). Hoy a las diez y
media tuvo lugar una reunin
general en el aula mxima de
la Escuela Normal, en la cual
el Director del Instituto de Ve-
rano, doctor Alfredo Cantn,
manifest que l senta mani-
festar a los alumnos que habia
sido desautorizado por el Mi-
nisterio de Educacin, cuando
sostuvo que los diplomas serian
firmados por el Director de la
Escuela Normal. Agreg que
quera dejar constancia de que
cuando l sostuvo ese concep-
to, lo hizo sinceramente y que
jams estuvo en su mente en-
gaar a loa alumnos maestros.
Para probar este hecho, mostr
a los presentes los diplomas que
haban sido impresos en Pana-
m y que decan Escuela Nor-
mal J. D. Arosemena. Dijo que
continuara al frente de U di-
reccin del Instituto, porque
conceptuaba que como habia
actuado sinceramente, deba
quedarse al lado de los alum-
nos hasta el final y que como
habia sostenido que el Direc-
tor de la Normal deba obe-
decer rdenes del Ministerio l
debia asimismo cumplir stas
El alumnado del Curso de Ve-
rano ha estado sumamente agi-
tado en los ltimos das con
motivo de ,1o* sucesos ocurri-
dos, y anoche estuvieron deli-
berando en el aula mxima du-
rante varias horas, mientras un
grupo se fu al pueblo a bus-
car la comisin que deba ve-
nir a Panam. Los nimos es-
tn muy exaltados y prevalece
el criterio de que la mayora
de los graduandos no .asistirn
al acto de graduacin mientras
no se garantice que los diplo-
mas tendrn los mismos pri-
vilegios que los expedidos por
la Escuela Normal en cuanto a
sueldos y derecho a Ingresar a
(Pasa a i* Pac Col 7>
Dcese que Trurnan
ser candidato a
la presidencia
WASHINGTON, Marzo 31 l'JP
El Sub-Secretario de Traou-
.10, Michael J. Calvin augur que
Tiumn se presentar el prox'-
mo ao como candidato a la
reeleccin y que triunfar en
56 por ciento del voto popular.
Esta declaracin, hecha en un
discurso preparado para pre-
nunciar en una cena poltica
en Lancaster, Ohio, frente a
los persistentes rumores que
Trurnan no se presentar r.t-e-
vamente como candidato, moti-
vo una serie de conjeturas de
si Galvln tiene algn conoci-
miento ntimo acerca de los fu-
turos planes de Trurnan, an
cuando al parecer, se trata de
un'a opinin personal de Galvin.
Un portavoz, de la Casa Bar.-
ca dijo que Trurnan no ley el
discurso y que no tenia co-
nocimiento previo de estas di-
ciaraclones.
Crculo de prensa
uruguaya saluda
Alberto G. Paz
MONTEVIDEO. Marzo 31 (UP)
El Crculo de Prensa que pre-
side el lder socialista Emilio
Frugoll, envi una conceptuosa
nota al Dr. Alberto Galnza faz,
dnector de "La Prensa" de
Buenos Aires, diciendo que "el
Circulo de Prensa" del Uruguay
celebra complacido la llegada
a esta del ilustre representan-
te de la prensa libre argentina
y le ofrece su modesta casa tn
la cual se aplaude su viril in-
dependencia"-
El vespertino "El Plata", co-
mentando el anuncio de Pero:,
sobre la bomba atmica lo ti-
tula "Desde la bomba atmica
a los peces de colores", y iee
sac a relucir el descubrimiento
atmico "para ver si de tal ma-
nera se distrae la atencin sc-
ore el asalto alevoso a La
Prensa".
TOKIO, marzo 31. Los tanques y la infantera de
dos divisiones norteamericanas
cruzaron el Paralelo 38 hoy.
La fuerza blindada cruz el
paralelo hoy, tres meses des-
pus que los chinos arrojaron
a los aliados de nor-corea. Una
punta de lanza de los Estados
Unidos avanz por una de las
principales carreteras entre
Sel y Pyongyang hasta el ro
Hantan a media milla al Norte
del Paralelo y 18 millas al Nor-
te de Uijongbu.
Todava no se sabe si los a-
llados se detendrn para atrin-
cherarse a lo largo de las ri-
beras del ro y seguirn hacia
Pyongyang a cien millas al
noroeste.
El General Marshall dijo en
Washington a principios de es-
ta semana que el General Mac
Arthur, tiene plenos poderes pa-
ra enviar sus fuerzas al Norte
del Paralelo 38, pero no para
hacer un avance general hacia
la frontera de Manchuria.
Un despacho del frente dijo
que las primeras tropas norte-
americanas en cruzar el Para-
lelo lo hicieron en un punto
a ocho millas del lugar en don-
de la ofensiva de "mar huma-
no" china, rompi las lineas a-
liadas la noche de ao nuevo.
El Octavo Ejrcito en su to-
talidad se encontraba avanzan-
do hacia el Norte y a travs
del Paralelo en una linea s-
lida de oriente a occidente a
travs de la Pennsula, para
evitar cualquier ataque en sua
flancos.
El despacho del frente no di-
Jo si las columnas aliadas en-
contraron oposicin comunista.
Sin embargo, los rojos han es-
(Pasa a U Pag. Col. >
Nombrado Embajador
de Espaa en Panam
don Rafael Casares
MADRID, marzo 31. (Urgen-
te). El Consejo de Ministros
aprob el decreto nombrado al
seor Rafael de los Casares,
Embajador de Espaa en la Re-
pblica de Panam.
Rusia est tratando de que
se agrave la situacin que
est prevaleciendo en irn
LONDRES, Marzo 31 (UP
Las autoridades britnicas, di-
jeron creer que Rusia trata de
agravar la catica situacin po-
ltica de Irn acusando a e-'te
de no haber cumplido las con-
diciones del pacto comercial
firmado con la Unin Sovitica
en Noviembre pasado, que re-
novaba el de 1940, suspendido
cuando el ejrcito de Irn vol-
vi a ocupar Azerbaijan en 1616,
despus de la salida del ejici-
to Sovitico de all.
La denuncia Sovitica del
tratado de 1946 fu un duro
golpe a las provincias sepi.cn-
tlonales de Irn que depenJen
dt-i Comercio con Rusia-
St dice que ahora los Rusos
se quejan que no se mantuvie-
ron segn fueron concertadas,
la* entreyas de alyodn, lana,
.o: .illas oleaginosas y oros
productos de Irn.
Se dice tambin que el Em-
bajador Sovitico en Tehein
ya ha insinuado que Rusia en-
focar el derecho de reclama-
cin antes de establecer fac-
toras comerciales en todo 1-
rn para comprar dlrectamen,
te, en vez de hacerlo mediante
organismos oficales de Irn, co-
mo especifica el acuerdo de no-
viembre.
Las autoridades britnicas di-
jeron qne si Rusia persiste en
e-tas exigencias crear una o-
portuntdad poltica Importante
para hacer o dejar de ha;er
cii.ipars a los comerciantes en
(Pasa a U Pagina 8. Col. 1)
Acusan al diario
"La Prensa" de
evadir impuestos
BUEN08 AIRES, Marzo 31
(UP) __La Comisin dei On-
greso declar anoche que la
investigacin demuestra que "La
Prensa" ha estado defraudando
ai Estado millones de pesos e-
vadlendo el pago de impuestos.
Dijo que a suma ''es de e-
norme lmportancU". La Con.i-
sion anunci que una Investi-
gacin en el departamento ae
contabilidad de "La Prensa" ha
revelado "datos que muesin
graves Irregularidades en vir.-d
de las cuales el EsUdo ha sido
defraudado en una suma de n-
norme Importancia, medanle U
evasin de Impuestos".
La Comisin no ha dado ..s
detalles.
Amrica es para los pases
europeos faro de esperanza
declar el Presidente Auriol
WASHINGTON, marzo 30.
(UP). El Presidente de Fran-
cU. M. Vincent Auriol, fue re-
cibido con un extraordinario
desfile en la capital de los Es-
tados Unidos.
Auriol lleg a Nueva York en
un buque, para Iniciar una vi-
sita de ocho das a los Esta-
dos Unidos, e inmediatamente
se traslad a Washington. Es
el primer presidente francs
que visita los Estados Unidos
estando en el ejercicio de su
cargo.
Millares de ciudadanos vie-
ron el desfile y las ceremonias
en honor de Auriol, quien re-
cibi las llaves de la ciudad
mientras presenciaba el acto
el Presidente Trurnan.
A su llegada, el Presidente
de Francia expres su agrade-
cimiento por la invitacin del
Presidente Trurnan para que vi-
sitara los Estados Unidos, y di-
Jo:
"Vengo aqu no slo a con-
firmar la amistad entre nues-
tros dos pueblos, sino tambin
era rejuvenecerla. Nosotros es-
mos dedicados, naturalmente,
a la paz y la seguridad co-
lectiva. Sabemos bien lo que
es estar en la lnea de batalla
del frente. Nuestras esperanzas
estn en las Naciones Unidas.
Francia contribuir a ellas con
todas sus fuerzas".
La produccin del
acero occidental
supera al Soviet
WASHINGTON, marzo 31
lUSIS) El rendimiento oo.n-
binado de acero de los Estada
Jnidos y Europa Occidental en
1950 ha sido de ms de cu.jtro
\eces el total de los pases e
la Cortina de Hierro, de aew-
do con las cifras dadas por ei
Departamento de Comercio y
li Autoridad Nacional de Prn-
uccln de los Estados UniuC.
De acuerdo con el Informe co-
rrespondiente a febrero, los ca-
lados Unidos produjeron ceica
de 87,500,000 toneladas mtri-
cas de lingotes y fundiciones de
acero en el curso del ao.
Clculos extraoficiales de la
Autoridad Nacional de Produc-
cin revelan que las naciones
at Europa Oclcdental produ.e-
ron 53,242.500 toneladas mtri-
cas, mientras los pases de ia
Cortina de Hierro produjeron
slo 33,110,000 tonelada* m-
tricas.


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DIFICULTADES PARA EL PAGO DE
IMPUESTOS
"l Panam-Amrica" siempre que hay opor-
tunidad ha comentado editorialmente acerca de la
conveniencia de que se haga una revisin integral
en las dependencias del Estado en lo que se rela-
ciona con el funcionamiento de ellas. Se ha puesto
nfasis en la serie de dificultades que tiene que su-
frir el pblico en sus necesarias gestiones en las
oficinas oficiales.
Ahora nos referimos de un modo especial a los
mltiples trmites que hay que llenar para el pago
de los impuestos. Quizs sea insospechado el proce-
dimiento lento y complicado que rige esta clase de
gestiones.
Afortunadamente parece que con el estudio que
ha hecho el seor Osear Mller sobre el funciona-
miento de las dependencias de Rentas Internas se
pondrn en prctica las medidas que l aconseja.
Y en su interesante informe se destaca la necesi-
dad de simplificar el manejo de los negocios en
esas oficinas.
Ojal que se encargue de un estudio similar al
Sr. Mller sobre los problemas de la Administra-
cin de Aduanas en ese sentido. Para pagar los
impuestos correspondientes a cualquier cosa impor-
tada, sea cual fuesen sus condiciones, hay que lle-
nar incontables requisitos que necesariamente per-
judican a la comunidad. Y conste que no nos refe-
rimos a aqullos que son bsicos, sino a los que no
tienen ninguna razn que justifique su vigencia.
En materia de sto se ha llegado a tanto que para
que una persona particular pueda retirar un pe-
queo paquete posta] es necesario recurrir a los
servicios de un agente especial porque las diligen-
cias son tantas y tan complicadas que una perso-
na poco familiarizada con estos asuntos no puede
atenderlos generalmente en forma satisfactoria.
Sera de desearse que poco a poco vayan desa-
pareciendo esos gistemaa sin ventajas que en la ma-
yora de los casos son los que inspiran los regla-
, mentos internos en las oficinas pblicas. Nos refe-
rimos a esos sistemas que fundan su existencia en
una exagerada tramitacin que lleva consigo irre-
gularidades que en ltimo anlisis acaso originan
muchos vicias de tipo administrativo.
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' ros de la Ford Motor Company estudian o propuestos colors exte-
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.exhibicin de estilos de la Compaa en esta ciudad (Dearborn,
Michigan). Los modelos miniaturas se pintan con esmalte cocido al
horno, usado en el acabado de produccin del Ford. Aunque los modelos
muestran combinaciones de colores y contornos, ellos no representan
verdaderamente los estilos futuros de carroceras del Ford. Los colore
seleccionados de este grupo, serin aplicados a un nmero limitado
de modelos de tamao grande, para u aprobacin final en una fecha
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LOS CRESOS NORTEAMERI-
CANOS Y EL ARTE
Esa devocin por hacer di-
nero, por reunir fortunas fa-
bulosas emblema del rgimen
capitalista ha tenido en los
Estados Unidos su ms ade-
cuado campo. Pero hay que ad-
mitir que tambin ha sido en
loa Estados Unidos donde ha
florecido la planta fabulosa de
los Cresos que se han despren-
dido de fantsticas cantidades
para consagrarlas a la filantro-
pa, para constituirlas en bene-
ficio de la comunidad. De otro
modo el arte en los Estados U-
nldos hubiera sido un mito, los
museos no se conoceran, la
formacin esttica de por lo
menos dos generaciones se hu-
biera quedado en nada. Se han
hecho fortunas que casi no ca-
be concebir por hombres a los
que la suerte ha ayudado en
colaboracin de su habilidad, de
su talento para almacenar di-
nero; mas esos miles de millo-
nes de dlares han regresado
al pueblo en forma de obras
de arte, de cultura autntica.
He aqu el magnifico ejem-
plo de la Galera Nacional de
Washington. Se han cumplido
los die/ aos de su fundacin
har cosa de quince das. En
aquel edificio fastuoso estn
reunidas las colecciones de ar-
te de Andrew Melon, de Jo-
seph Widener. de Cheater Dale,
de Leasing Rosenwald, de la
Fundacin Kress. Todos estos
millonarios han entregado cen-
tenares de millones y no hay
exageracin... al pueblo nor-
teamericano. EUos disfrutaron
con reunir tesoros pictricos o
escultricos, gozaron en su con-
templacin ; conformes. Pero
luego devolvieron esos tesoros
a las masas de su pas. Noble
rasgo.
La Fundacin Samuel H. Kress
ha dedicado los beneficios ob-
tenidos durante los ltimos cin-
co aos en sus negocios de las
denominadas tiendas de cinco
centavos, a adquirir obras de
arte. Lo obtenido con estos be-
neficios suma ciento dieciseis
cuadros, dieciocho esculturas y
ms de mil trescientas minia-
turas en bronce. Algunos de es-
tos tesoros han ido a dar a
museos de los Estados Unidos
como el de Honolulu, en el ar-
chipilago del Hawaii: la ma-
yora se ha quedado en la Ga-
lera Nacional de Washington,
cuya fundacin se debi al 8r.
Andrew Mellon.
Entre los cuadros nuevos que
figuran en la Galera Nacional
se encuentra un famoso tra-
bajo de Fra Anglico, la Ado-
racin de los Reyes Magos, en
espectacular forma circular. Se-
gn crticos dignos de crdito
como Bernard Berenson. esta
pintura fue comenxada por Fra
Anglico 'y terminada por Fra
Flllppo Llppl. Tambin se ex-
ponen hoy en la Galera Na-
cional, como legado de la fun-
dacin Kress, obras de Benozzo
Qozzoll. de Giovanni Bellini, de
Mantegna. de Ticiano, de Tin-
toretto: cinco Tipolos, dos Du-
reros. dos Chardin, dos Ingres,
dos Pousslns.
No hay ejemplo de un mu-
seo que, cual el de Washington
nacido a la sombra de los
millonarios nor teamerlcanos
haya crecido tan rpidamente
en slo dos lustros.
Y se aade otra curiosidad.
Esta Oaleria Nacional es visU
tada por dos millones de per-
sonas al ao. Lo demuestra
que en los Estados Unidos no
es un mito la aficin al arte,
no es un mero entretenimien-
to de unos cuantos. Y ya se
ha logrado asi algo por los
millonarios cuyas contribucio-
nes hicieron posible la ereccin
del magnifico museo.
El critico de arte del Times
de Nueva York Alie Louch-
helm cuenta que durante cin-
co minutos una maana se
preocup por definir qu cla-
se de visitantes eran los que
acudan a la galera washing-
toniana. Fueron, entre otros
muchos, un miembro del Con-
sulado de Chile en Nueva York;
un matrimonio de Colorado.
clase media; dos estudiantes de
arte de Chicago; un maestro
de escuela de Kentucky; una
seora de Arlington con sus
tres hijos;' un empleado del
Departamento de Estabilizacin
Econmica que haba llegado al
Museo en busca de paz y quie-
tud...
Por mi parte recuerdo mis
visitas a la Galera Nacional.
Fueron hace ya ocho aos. In-
sist en ellas por varios dias
LLEGADA A LA CONFERENCIA
Por ALDOR
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cai.ida a todas aqneas carta
que se nos dirijan, stfbre tupeos de inters eneral
que no sean demasiado extensa
Unin de Comerciantes
Minoristas de Panam
Informacin para la Prensa
Con mucha satisfaccin esta-
mos viendo cmo la prensa de
Panam se ocupa tambin del
estudio de nuestro problema,
el de loa precios de los artcu-
los de primera necesidad y no
podemos menos que estar muy
agradecidos de ello.
Ahora deseamos referirnos a
una verdad comprobada por EL
PANAMA AMERICA del 27 l-
timo, y esto es que "Una ver-
dadera anarqua de precios se
constata en las tiendas de
nuestra capital": Como ha su-
cedido desde que se inici por
nosotros esta campaa contra
los altos precios de los articu-
las de primera necesidad, es a
nosotros que nos corresponde
explicar esta anomalia. ya que
es en nuestros establecimien-
tos que el mal se hace notar:
El corresponsal i n v estlgador
not en primer lugar la leche
Klim, latas de 1 Ib., con pre-
cios que varan entre 92 08
centavos y hasta un balboa; e
aqu la explicacin; no hace
mucho la agencia de ese pro-
ducto fij sue precios a los
minoristas en B. 11.29 la caja
de 12 latas, to sea ligeramente
ms de 94 centavos por lata),
para que el minorista la deta-
llara a B 1.05, y este precio se
mantuvo hasta hace pocos dias.
cuando la misma agencia vari
sus precios para los minoristas,
fijndolos en B. 10.60 la caja
de 12 latas, (o sea ligeramen-
te ms de 89 centavos la lata),
nara que clminorlsta la deta-
llara a 98 centavos la lata. Es-
to reza con nosotros, los chi-
cos, los minoristas grandes, los
minoristas-mayoristas, p u e den
pueden comprar a precios ms
bajos que los 89 centavos por
lata que ahora nos cuesta a
nosotros. Por otra parte, estos
seores, como capitalistas, pue-
den operar a base de muy pe-
quea ganancia, quiz teniendo
en mentes, no necesariamente
consecutivos durante un otoo
encantador. Y con cunto pla-
cer regresada a aquel Museo
ahora! No se me han olvidado
sus Joyas principales: aquel re-
trato de Coya de la Marquesa
de Pontejos, aquellos Grecos
admirables el San Gernimo,
el San Martn a caballo, la
Madona llamada del Duque de
Alba, de Rafael; los primitivas
italianos de la coleccin Wide-
ner...
Ojal pudiera yo volver a
penetrar en aquella Galera an-
tes de morir. Seria un supre-
mo y delicado placer para mi.
Probablemente mi probreza me
impedir proporcionarme ese
lujo. No tuve talento para al-
macenar dinero...
la idea de favorecer al pueblo,
sino posiblemente la idea de
competir hasta acabar con un
grupo de. tiendas pequeas, y
despus resarcirse talvez con
creces cuando ya no tengan
competidores, aqu la razn de
los precios ms bajos; los que
han comprado en los ltimos
dias, los chicos, es Justo que
vendan a 98 centavos, el precio
establecido por la agencia; pe-
ro hay muchos que compraron
hace pocos das al precio ante-
rior de 94 centavos la lata, y
todava tienen esa leche, ya que
su venta no es tan rpida, y
si ellos la venden a un balboa,
no se les puede criticar, ya
que solamente estn ganando
escasamente ms del cinco por
ciento, una ganancia ridicula.
Los valores de venta Interme-
dios entre 92 y 9K centavos se
explican de otra manera: Esas
son competencias locales de ma-
la prctica, iniciadas por algu-
nos comerciantes que en vista
de la mala situacin, y pensan-
do de manera egosta, creen
poderse salvar bajando sus pre-
cios para atraerse ms clien-
tes, no haciendo otra cosa que
agravar su propia situacin y
la de otros compaeros de In-
fortunio, ya que slo consiguen
disminuir sus ya limitadas ga-
nancias. Vase por ejemplo, que
con los precios que ha fijado
el minorista la agencia de la
Klim, nos permite una utilidad
de slo el 9.19 por ciento, o
sea menos de la mitad de lo
que se considera umversalmen-
te como lo que debiera ser
nuestra ganancia razonable: 20
por ciento. Pero esto, en algu-
nos casos, podemos aceptarlo
por el bien del pueblo, aunque
si tuviramos que soportar un
porcentaje muy grande de los
artculos que vendemos con esa
utilidad, slo tendramos ma-
lamente para cubrir nuestros
Con la leche Valleverde su-
cedi algo semejante a lo que
sucedi con la Klim: subi pri-
mero en un 40 por ciento, des-
pus baj un poco. Es claro que
estas situaciones son molestas
y producen desagrado en los
consumidores, a quienes no se
les ha dado explicacin del mo-
vimiento de los precios, cosa
que ya los agentes y mayoristas
nos prometieron hacer pbll-
AvudeasJUmorranas
SI tlsas almorrana qua eauasa
tomaron, hamorrssla, almorranas In-
ternas o asttrna*. no sufra un da maa
Un probar al Chinarol*. En pocos minu-
to el Chinaroid principia a combatir
sus almorranas da tras maneras:
I. Calma al dolor y la romcifin I. Ayu-
la a encoger lo tejido adoloridos
nflamadoa. I. Ayuda a clcatrliar la
membrana Irritada. Solicita 1
:h,nar en su botica hoy snlsmav
Errores que prepararon
la tragedia da Corea
Ar ntaaartar los cenvsnienciai U
moment los principe al I la
dependencia Se China eJejanda da
recenacer I* que el Alia significa
para litadas Unido, Masaran e.iei
I bars' da afra guerra mundial.
Imere, enante celeleae ala errares
y eclecienei cametidei en asta
arebleme. campilaaW per una al*
las primaras asparlas acarea 4* la
cueitin del Istrama Oriente, as
al Congress actual da Washington.
SELECCIONES al* abril, a* vast* ya.
present* asi* franca aseasen de I*
realidad y adems tiene ma al*
20 etre articules de actualidad
inters pelpitente y el sawsa de
un l.bre reciente de encanta y
: ne.eded 'eicinode. M, acerca de le
j vid* rural en el ene da les Estadas
i Unidas N pierda este numere.
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ESCUELA PRACTICA DE COMERCIO
LIBERTARIA DE MEL y GASTN FARAUDO P.
Directores Profesores
Cursos de Perito Comercial, Secretariado, Contabilidad
Estengrafa Gregg. Mecanografa, Ortografa v Redaccin'
Aritmtica Comercial. Ingls y Problemas de Auditoria.
MATRICULAS ABIERTAS DESDE EL LUNES 2 DE ABRIL.
3 P.M. a I PJH.
Avenida A No. 41 Telfono 2-2921
Sociedad de Propietarios de Farmacia
Citacin
Para que concurran los socios a una sesin IMPOR-
TANTE que tendr lugar el Lunes 2 de Abril a las
9 p.m., en el Instituto Nacional, (entrada principal).
EL PRESIDENTE.
camente por medio de Informa-
cin a la prensa. Se nota tam-
bin la falta de direccin o es-
tudio antes de alzar el precio
de un articulo, ya que los mis-
mos vendedores comprendieron
que por una vez subieron exa-
geradamente los precios de sus
artculos y despus los bajaron.
SI el Oobierno Nacional o la
Junta de Control de Precios in-
tervinieran, con la suficiente
autorizacin legal en la fija-
cin de nuevos precios cada
vez que hubiera que subir el
precio de un articulo, todos los
precios podran resultar ms
razonables. De otra manera, los
precios que fijen los agentes,
o los mayoristas, sern sola-
mente caprichosos.
Las explicaciones anteriores,
pueden servir tambin para ex-
plicar la anarqua existente en
varios otros precios de artcu-
los de primera necesidad. El
nico remedio que nosotros po-
demos pensar, y el cual hemos
recomendado, es la Interven-
cin oficial por una autoridad
competente y bien respaldada
por leyes que le permitan ha-
cer todas las investigaciones
necesarias a fin de constatar
los costos de los artculos de
primera necesidad desde su sa-
lida del punto de produccin
hasta llegar al mostrador don-
de el consumidor lo solicite.
Presidente,
Juan M. de Gracia.
Secretarlo.
Alejandro Villarreta.
*>ed Panamericana
tiene los
.ewes programas
CONCEPTUOSA
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que es-
tablece el Articulo 777 del C-
digo de Comercio, se avisa al
pblico que por medio de la
Escritura Pblica No. 48 del
10 de Enero de 1951 de la No-
tara Primera del Circuito de
Panam el seor Frederick
Stanley Rudeshelm ha com-
prado libre de gravmenes y
de compromisos, al seor Arch
Lawrence Byrne el estableci-
miento comercial denominado
Transportes Baxter y un e-
quipo para empacar mudan-
zas, situado en Calle B No. 70
ciudad de Panam.
Panam. Marzo 30 de 1951.
F. S. Rudeshelm.
PUES, HOMBRE,
LE DIRE..
i Qu le guata ms a la mayora
de la genta ? Cuando ae ha esta-
do tanto tiempo an el negocio
como yo, y ae ha viato qu mar-
cas prefiere el pblico, se apren-
de a conocer aus gustos.
En mi tienda, por ejemplo, la
mayora de ma clientes pre-
fiere las Sopa Campbell's. Co-
mo hay 21 clasea a eligir, las
Hay para todos los paladares.
todaa lea familias y todo los
bolsillos.
Y no es extrao. Todsa las
Sopas Campbell's aon deudo-
sas muy nutritivas .. una
buena compra.
Si. yo afirmarla que las Sopas
Campbell' son las preferidas
dal pblico. Lo,4...porque ven-
de muchsimas.
lleva de New York a Valparaso nuestro comercio tendr enci-
ma una carga enorme y s har lente nuestro desarrollo comer-
cial. Es verdad que el Convenio de las Antillas no es oficial, es
decir, que los Estados Unidos no intervinieron directamente en
ese arreglo. Pero la Compaa del Ferrocarril, que, como bien so
sabe, se dedica a actividades martimas, es ataa de ese conve-
nio. Y en manos de los Estados Unidos est el intervenir en
una solucin que acabe con ose sistema que no nos deja seguir
hacia adelante.
b) La Compaa del Ferrocarril cobra una cantidad suma-
mente crecida por el transporte de la mercanca desde los mue-
lles hasta la aduana panamea: segn parece, el flete terrestre
equivale nada menos que a algo asi como el dies por dent del
flte martimo. Y si se quiere el desarrollo de nuestra Repbli-
ca, como lo preconiza eon toda sinceridad el Presdante Traman,
se debe dejar esa poltica de transporte terrestre ae pesa eomo
plomo sobre nuestro comercio.
O La Zona del Canal no se ajusta a las clausulas comercia-
les del Tratado "Harmodlo Arias-Franklin Delano Roosevelt". Esas
disposiciones de ndole econmica tienen su claro origen usted
lo sabe mejor que yo en la declaracin formulada conjunta-
mente por usted y por el Presidente Roosevelt el 17 de Octubre
de 1933, segn la cual Panam tiene derecho a aprovechar las
ventajas inherente!, a su posicin geogrfica. Y en la ltima
parte del artculo II, y el introito al articulo III, del Tratado Ge-
neral, que reafirman y amplan la expresada histrica declara-
cin. Nuestro derecho, a que la Zona del Canal no nos haga
competencia, y se limite a la venta de lo exclusivamente indis-
pensable a las necesidades de dicha Zona, es, pues, terminante
e indubitable. Y la hora es propicia para que, mediante esfuer-
zos que se realicen dentro de la mas sincera amistad, se consiga
una revisin en cuanto a las fallas en la politics econmica do
la Zona del Canal. Ello es tambin fundamental para el desa-
rrollo a que aspira el Presidente Truman.
d) Si, de acuerdo con la clsula I del Tratado Arias-Roose-
velt, Panam y Estados Unidos son los creadores del Canal, estn
obligados a defenderlo, y deben gozar de sus beneficios, es lo jus-
to que dentro de ese plano de igualdad no exista ninguna dis-
ci iralnacin de ninguna ndole y entre ellas en cuanto a suel-
dos y facilidades entre empleados panameos en la Zona y
empleados norteamericanos en la misma Zona. Esa igualdad en
cuanto a las ventajas y n slo en cuanto a las responsabili-
dades seria una notable inyeccin para nuestro desenvolvi-
miento econmico, de acuerdo con la urgencia manifestada al
respecto por el Presidente Traman en su discurso.
e) Nosotros necesitamos tener un fcil mercado para dar
incremento a nuestra produccin. Los Estados Unidos, a la ves,
necesitan un granero cercano para abastecimiento del Canal en
tiempo de guerra. No hay granero ms cercano para los Estados
Unidos que el territorio bajo la jurisdiccin de la Repblica de
Panam. Y asi el dar preferencia a lo que nosotros producimos,
es no solamente robustecer nuestra economa, sino establecer
prcticamente el sistema de cooperacin a que se refiere el se-
or Presidente de Norteamrica: los Estados Unidos nos ayudan
econmicamente comprndonos en abundancia; nosotros les ayu-
damos preparndoles, para tiempos de guerra, una amplia y con-
tinua fuente de abastecimiento.
f) Los Estados Unidos nos apliean, en sus actuales compras,
la pauta segn la cual, para adquirir un artculo extranjero, esta
debe ser de un precio un veinticinco por ciento menor que el
precio a que se obtiene ese mismo artculo en los Estados Uni-
dos. Es verdad que ello no resulta en todos los caaos porque la
aplicacin de la norma es potestativa. Pero hay no pocos do
nuestros productos el cemento, por ejemplo que pasan por
la referida exigencia. Y al nosotros hemos sido copartcipes en
la creacin del Canal; si somos copartcipes en su defensa, y si
debemos aprovecharnos de los beneficios de la obra le mismo que
los Estados Unidos, es lo natural que cese, con respecto a los
productos panameos, esa distincin que nos merma la posibili-
dad del desarrollo econmico proclamado por el Presidente Tra-
man como urgente para todos nuestros puebles.
g) Nosotros tenemos todava desgraciadamente una anacr-
nica agricultura de tipo esencialmente precolombino. Si se da a
esa agricultura un impulso abarcador y cientfico, se obtendr
el desarrollo econmico a que me vengo refiriendo, y al mismo
tiempo se conseguir una efectiva cooperacin para los Estados
Unidos, dada nuestra vecindad, tal como ya antes be expresado.
Si los Estados Unidos nos ayudan por medio de un cuerpo de tc-
nicos a trazarnos un plan integral de salvacin fisiea para nues-
tras enfermas clases agricultores, de enseanza de la agricultura
moderna, de intensificacin de nueatra casi estancada ganade-
ra, y de caminos de penetracin, y noa auxilia con un em-
prstito para realizar ese plan metdicamente, TAMBIN POR
MEDIO DE UN CUERPO COMPLETO DE VERDADEROS TCNI-
COS, daremos en eineo o diez aos un salto econmico corres-
pondiente a una centuria. Y asi se llenar el fin de engrande-
cimiento qua persigue el Gobierno de loa Estados Unidos para
cada uno de nuestros pueblos, como medio pera la defensa futu-
ra del Continente americano.
hi Nosotros, pese a lo que lricamente proclamamos en loa
discursos de Tres de Noviembre, no seremos jams un pas IN-
DUSTRIALIZADO. Pero s tenemos la posibilidad de explotar al-
gunas Industrias, siempre que nuestro capital, slo o con ayuda
del capital extranjero, encuentre un margen de posibilidades de
xito en la Inversin. Para ofrecer a los capitalistas ese margen
de posibilidades, se hace preciso que se efecte como se acos-
tumbra en todo pas donde rigen el mtodo y la cordura una
previa investigacin de carcter tcnico sobre las facilidades y
perspectivas econmicas que ofrezcan cada una de las Industrias
consideradas a primera vista por el sentido prctico como ms
viables. As, para poner un simple ejemplo, valdra quisas la pe-
na Investigar si nos resultara o n beneficioso establecer en Pa-
nam una fbrica de telas de algodn y una fbrica de papel.
Y al los Estadas Unidos nos ayudan con les tcnicos necesarios
a tales investigaciones preliminares, pasaremos, en materia in-
dustrial, de la simple oratoria a la accin. De ms est decir que
el dia en que a base de esas concretas investigaciones tcnicas
preliminares explotemos las industrias fsica y econmicamente
promlsoras. habremos hecho realidad para el Istmo, por un im-
portante aspecto adicional, la ambicin que abriga el Presidente
Truman de que nuestros pueblos se fortalezcan urgentemente
para resistir la prxima tempestad.
Esos son, seor Director, en mi muy modesto concepto, loa
puntos, o parte considerable de los puntos, que debe el Gobierno
de Panam plantear ante el de los Estados Unidos como conse-
cuencia de la lnea de conducta expuesta por el Presidente Tru-
man. Pero es necesario aclarar que no es mi Idea el que noa
aprovechemos de las circunstancias para hacer exigencias peren-
torias, en el sentido de "dando y dando", para emplear el tr-
mino corriente. No es de Estados serios, ni est de acuerde con
la moral internacional, el valerse de las dificultades comunes
para exigir lo que entre nosotros se ha solido denominar "com-
pensaciones". Nosotros estamos obligados a la defensa del Ca-
nal y de la Amrica, de acuerdo con las clusulas II y X del
Tratado de 1936, y con varios pactos interamericanos, y tambin
de acuerdo con nuestra responsabilidad como parte integrante de
' i i.' -d de Amrica. Y por lo mismo no podemos ni debemos
decir directa o Indirectamente que contribuiremos a esa defensa
, .....ii, en e-tas horas trgicas, mediante tales o cuales condi-
ciones. Pero ello no impide que, independientemente del cumpli-
miento leal y animoso de nuestros deberes, efectuemos todos loa
esfuerzos para nuestro rpido engrandecimiento econmico por-
que ello no es slo nuestro derecho sino tambin, segn se des-
prende del discurso del seor Traman, una obligacin para coa
nosotros mismos y para con la seguridad del Continente.
Le agradecer facilite la publicacin de esta carta que es mi
modesta opinin de ciudadano interesado en los asuntos vitales
de la Repblica, y me suscribo como su atento servidor y afec-
tsimo amigo,
JOS ISAAC FABREGA.
Escuela CRISTOBAL RODRIGUEZ
Colegio bilinge (espaol-Ingls)
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Directora-Propietaria


SBADO, MARZO 31. 1S1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TUR
Rusia atacar ahora o nunca a
los Estados Unidos, se afirma
_________________________________a------
'Sumamente fuerte'
ser este pas al
finalizar el ao
Campaa Mundial de OMS Contra la Enfermedades
WASHINGTON Marzo 31 (UP)
Los funcionarlos de la m-j-
.ilizacin de los Estados Uui-
iloa, en un testimonio ante el
Sub-Comit de Apropiaciones
Je la Cmara, revelaron noy
que existe la creencia que o
itu.ia ataca a Estados Unaos
ahora o nunca.
El movllizador de la defensa.
Ciarles E. Wilson dijo que e!
programa de rearme de tres a-
uos que est en camino, perau-
ur a Estados Unidos pelear u-
na guerra total. Dijo que Es-
tados Unidos "ser smame-
te fuerte1" al finalizar el ax
El Estabilizador Econmico,
re A, Johston. dijo que Uto-
dos Unidos ha sido demasilo
conciliador" con Rusia, P'-'o
c,ue el peligro de un ataque ro-
ou se aminora cada da que pa-
sa porque "las potencias octi-
dcntales se estn haciendo ms
luertes"
El administrador de la pro-
duccin nacional. Manly Flebch-
n.ann dijo que Estados UniJos
estar listo dentro de un ao.
y que Rusia no tendr ningn
chance en 1953. Flelschmui.n
uijo: "Nuestro tiempo de n. f
peligro es ahora mismo. Si no-
sotros logramos pasar ste pe-
riodo Inmediato, vamos a te-
ner tal cantidad de arma y
al maquinaria industrial oue
nuestro peligro disminuir"
Sinembargo. otros uncio..--
iios de la movilizacin adviitie-
on que Estados Unidos est -
teso de casi todas las male.of
prima necesarias para la pro-
duccin de defensa. Dijo cj-e
la excepcin principal es el
urbn.
Bruce K. Brown, Jefe de iu
administracin de petrleo pa-
ra la defensa, dijo que subma-
rinos hostiles pueden cortar a
t'ptima parte del consumo Ji<
rio de petrleo de Estados
Luidos.
El Dr. James Boyd. adminis-
trador de los minerales, di)o
t,ur su oficina est tratando t!e
aumentar su produccin de ms
de cien materias escasas y mi-
nerales.
La Orttniracin Mundial de la Salud (OMS), Ubra
lucha contra las enfermedades en cualquier parte del
mundo que requiere us servicios. En la presente foto-
grafia un experto britnico de la OMS muestra a una
enfermera* en Estambul el procedimiento correcto para
tomar una impresin de Rayos X. A la iiquierda, nios
en la India al cuidado de la OMS. Uno de los nios
en la foto sufre los efectos de la desinteria crnica.
Para escoger el
nombre de emisora
se abre concurso
COLON. Marzo 31 Un sim-
ptico y atractivo concurso se
ha abierto en esta ciudad aus-
piciado por la Unin Radiof-
nica de Coln para escoger el
nombre de la nueva y cuarta
emisora de radiodifusin que se
instala en la localidad, concur-
so que tiene un premio de dip/
balboas y regalos del comercio
local para la persona que resul-
te agraciada.
Consiste el concurso en ma-
nifestar cul es el nombre que
pueda resultar ms popular y
atractivo para la nueva empre-
sa radiofnica que funcionar
bajo la licencia del Ministerio
de Gobierno y Justicia No. 27 v
con las siglas H.O.E. 35. opera-
da y administrada por un gru-
po de Jvenes que solo anhelan
el progreso de la Provincia, la
cultura y moral de la patria.
Para tomar parte en el con-
curso solo basta que las per-
sonas interesadas enven una
nota en sobre cerrado, mani-
festando el nombre que creen
] conveniente lleve la emisora y
el que resulte escogido por una
comisin que se ha nombrado
para tal efecto, obtendr el co-
diciado premio.
Los sobres deben enviarse al
Apartado de la nueva emisora,
No. 955. Coln. El concurso que-
dar cerrado el 15 del mes en-
trante.
r- -
BOMBARDEANDO A LOS ROJOSLa cmara nos muestra un fenmeno pocas veces visto ani-
llos de humo de los caones durante el bomb ardeo de un puerto de la Corea Comunista poi
el crucero Manchester. El Manchester lanz 3.446 proyectiles durante un bombardeo de tres das.
MU SI CALI A por Dorrem II
El lunes, Elizabeth, la bailarina hngara, en e
Nacional
Acusan a Rusia de fomentar
el "nacionalismo" Marroqu
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
Panam} Mano 27. de 19J1
jeor Armando Moreno,
Jefe de Redaccin de
"El Panam Amrica". .'
Seor Moreno:
Aprovechamos la oportunidad
para dejar constancia de nuto-
tio agradecimiento por la efec-
tiva cooperacin de publicidad
Por GEORGE H. GERARD
(N.A.N.A.)
que el movimiento ultranacio-
! nallsta "Istiqlal" precipit en
! Marruecos, coincidi con la le-
TANGER. Marzo iEPSi. En | g-ada de los primeros embar-
vista de la vital importancia ques de equipo militar y de tec-
de Marruecos para la defensa | nicos norteamericanos, como; fri otro rudo golpe en la C-
del mundo occidental, los obser-1 consecuencia de un acuerdo | mar de los Comunes, cuando
vadores aliados destacados aqu franco-estadounidense para es- i el acuerdo financiero ang-lo-
La posicin del Gobierno de
los Laboristas es precaria
Por H. J. SARGINT
(VA.VA.)
LONDRES. Marzo (EPS).El
gobierno socialista britnico su-
se muestran preocupados por los
conflictos profundamente arrai-
gados que continan dividien-
do a este pas, despus de ha-
tablecer un grupo excepcional
mente Importante de bases a-
reas estratgicas en Marruecos.
El valor militar del Marrue-
barse levantado como una lia-! eos francs se destaca an mas
marada recientemente en una j por el hecho de que les su-
de las peores crisis polticas re- | ministra a las industrias de de-
gistradas desde que se esta-1 fensa aliadas un alto porcen-
bleci en Marruecos la zona I taje del manganeso y cobalto
francesa de protectorado, en, indispensables a las mismas,
1912. i mientras algunos de los mejores
. .. soldados de que dispone el Oc-
La repercusiones de dicha crl-; cidente son marroques, cuyo
sis afectaron a todo el mundo | valor y tempie qued demos-
musulman, desde el Africa del trado durante ja segunda gue-
Norte hasta los pases rabes | rra mndial y en las recientes
del Mediano Oriente, y tan le-, Datallas libradas contra las
jos como Pakistan y a India, en fuerzas comunistas en la Indo-
una poca en que los Estados
Unidos se muestran particular-
mente ansiosos por evitar difi-
china.
En vista de esto, los obser-
cuitadas en, estas importantes i vadoces destacados aqu creen
zonas. La radio de Mosc ha, qu el comunismo redoblar sus
estado aprovechando pie amen- i esfuerzos por minar la estabt-
egipcio fu aprobado por una
mayora de solo tres votos.
En otras palabras, los labo-
ristas apenas lograron saltar la
valla y fu evidente para los
observadores en la galera de
prensa que el gobierno confron-
taba una severa crtica de la
Cmara, no slo de parte de
los conservadores sino tambin
de muchos de los socialistas.
Es cierto que aunque la vo-
tacin hubiera sido adversa es-
to no habra obligado al gabi-
nete a dimitir. Lo que se de-
cida, tcnicamente, era si la
Cmara deba suspender su se-
sin del da, una mocin que
permite discutir cualquier ma-
gablnete tendra que renunciar
en cuerpo.
Pero aunque la votacin a'
que nos referimos, sobre el a-j
cuerdo anglo-eglpcio, no va a
causar la cada del rgimen la-1
bolista, la situacin pone en
evidencia que est colgando de,
un cabello. Esta precaria po-;
slcin no es ciertamente alivia- i
da por la disputa entre Chuter
Ede. secretario de lo Interior
y lder de la Cmara de los Co-
munes y Harold Wilson, presi-
dente de la Junta de Comer-
cio, acerca de la poltica que
deba seguirse para evitar que
los conservadores hostiguen al
gobierno con largas sesiones
parlamentarias que se prolon-
gan hasta tarde de la noche.
Ede hizo un amistoso llama-
miento a los tories para discutir
la situacin; los conservadores,
bien experimentados en ma-
niobras parlamentarlas y diver-
tidos por el llamamiento labo-
MCARTHIR EN EL CINENo,
ste no es McArthur. Se trata
de Robert Barrat. quien hace el
papel del General en una pe-
lcula que se est filmando en
Hollywood.
LE PICA?
.a cabis? El cuerpo? En loi pii? He
.lorroide? Puei ai le pica o le arde, et
onde lea, ntete PIOJINA. Piojina calr.n
icaronet, ardores y erupciones; defrd'
ariiito* en la cabeza y otras partea del
:erpo cicatriza ampolla., y rajaduras er
i pie. Compre PIOJINA tu Ui b:'.!-^9
El lunes, a las ocho y media
de la noche, se presenta en
funcin de gala en el Teatro
Nacional la gentil bailarina
hngara Elizabeth.
Elizabeth es una intrprete
de la danza en su manera ex-
presiva. Hereda el arte de a-
quellas artistas como Isadora
Duncan, coo Trtola Valencia,
conmovedoras de estilizacin y
de' emocin.
No se trata de la bailarina
de ballet. Se trata de la bai-
larina que siente la msica y
la lleva a los escenarios para
que recojan los pblicos.
Entre Isadora y Pawlova hu-
bo una distancia. Esta distan-
cia resida en la manera. Siem-
pre el ballet se acercar a la
I acrobacia: esto que hace las
que tienden a expresar lo que
I lleva la msica a sus almas es
! otra cosa diferente.
No hay ms que examinar el
programa de esta funcin que
anuncia para el lunes Eliza-
! beth. La Polonesa en La Ma-
I yor de Chopin, el Vals numero
j 7 del propio romntico; Un
tango de Mignone: el Sueo
de Amor de Llstz: las Danzas
Fantsticas de Shostacovlch: el
claro de luna de Debussy, mis-
terioso e impresionista; la de-
liciossima Toccata de Fresco-
baldl: una romanza de Schu-
mann: el Imprompu de Schu-
bert. Me dirn ustedes que
tambin Pawlova hacia est:.
msica de Schubert. Si. De otn.
modo. El Schubert de Pawlov:.
era acrobacia: el de Elizabeth
es plstica emotiva. Har ade -,
ms la artista hngara mslc."
panamea. No se nos ha dlchv.
cul. Por lo pronto nos ente
raremos de cmo la siente.
La acompaar al piano Han i
Janowltz, nuestro querido y ad
mirado profesor. Nos aseguris
que el vestuario es precioso,
original, asombro para las da1'-
mas. Modistos de Pars lo con >
feccionaron.
El Departamento de Culturw-
del Ministerio de Educacin,
auspicia esta funcin de Eli-
zabeth. Se llenar el Naciona ,
y se justifica.

No Asma
En 2
Aos
Hace 2 fio* la Sra. Rara Oroxco da
FandlAo. estaba en cama sufriendo da,
un fuerte ataque de Asma. Habla per-
dido IS ktlrxi de peo, sufra da atan,
q.uea aamatlcoa que la ahorraban y qii.
le Impedan dormir, y ya cael habla,
perdido la euperanxa de ssirulr tItI-
endo. La noche que uao Mendaco cate,
acabo con loa espasmo* aamAticoa. En
loa doa afioa paaados no ha vuelto a
sufrir de Asma. Mendaco ha tenido
tanto xito ofreciendo dar a loi
pacientes respiracin fcil y libra en
J4 h farmacia hoy misino y Tea lo bien
que dormir esta noche y cuantc
Mendaco
mafana.
cuando estuvieran presentes su-
ficientes miembros socialistas
para derrotar a la oposicin.
Pero el rgimen laborista no
le la creciente agltaclrt naolo- Helad poltica de esta estrat-
nalista en el Marruecos francs I glea zona. Especficamente, se
a fin de atizar el fanatismo' teme en algunos circuios que
musulmn contra el Occidente. los ultranacionalistas del "s-
- I tiqlal", amargados y humillados va a aceptar su derrota slm-
En varios pases de la Liga por la derrota sufrida en febr-' piemente porque una mocin
rabe, donde los sentimientos ro se allen en lo suceSivo con que carece de importancia e
antinorteamerlcanos son ya ,0j comuniStas. desechada. Puede ser. por ejem-
fuertes a causa del apoyo pres- p,0 que durante ia discusin
tado por los Estados Unidos a Hasta ahora, los lderes del; dej presupuesto un detalle
Israel, han estado celebrando- "Istiqlal" han afirmado que ; otra ea desechado nor una vo-
se acaloradas manifestaciones i
teria: si se hubiera votado en | rista, estaban dispuestos a He-
contrario, la sesin se habra. Bar a un arreglo. Pero Wilson,
prorrogado hasta que se pre- actuando al parecer sin con-
sentara otra para clausurarla, sultar a Ede. produjo lo que
Dolores de Espalda,
la.rw.Ar A V IWiIaMC se acaloradas manifestaciones i siempre se han negado a a- ucT7ot7a7ia"a7gobierno. P-
HerVIOiO Y OTIVIC antlfrancesas, pre c i s a m e n c ceptar los ofrecimientos hechos ro est0 no cau,aria ,a amisin
. m f i cuando los aliados occidentales. por el Partido Comunista mu-1 de. KaDinete sino que este voi-
MltaS lOYUntUrdS. estn haclend0 toao l0,?ue esl "aui combina la accin ; veria preser;lar la parie de la
IUJ %#|" a su alcance por consolidar las | de ambos." Algunos observado- iey qUC j,a sido eliminada- si
fe.oUd"Tci5ryTe."rS"o."n.- piensas del Mediano Oriente, res creen quiz esto sea cierto. nuevamente fuera rechazada', se
no-o.de M linar., pe medio d. lo. rico en petrleo contra un po- porque el islamismo se opone pre8entaria entonces la cues-
r,u.v. niiione. J'""'"'0 *^ slble ata flltroadelosrlftonea. 81 estos venenos nis[a Qttos crePn que el fana- Hulera un vntn en enntrq Pl
Z&iSiSSMTSXiiZS .Se considera particularmente, tlsmo del .isllq,ar.4no le pon-iduJera un vot0 en contra' Cl
XSStXiS^^t^Sr%rZ, i significativo que la grave crisis I dria reparos ,,,UM alianza con'"
]X^-^T:n^"n7Xr^ -------------------------------- Stalin, como no los puso para
vino a ser una serie de ame-
nazas contra la oposicin, de-
clarando que establecera into-
lerables aumentos de precios so-
bre la industria hasta que los
conservadores desistieran de su
actitud.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
pido a la necendad d. .stimulant
Titretleo, pruebe Cyat.x.
Deehairaa. del ledo lrico y loa
yenerioe con la reoeta medica llamada
Cystax, qu. ee un diurtico .stimu-
lant d. los rones paliativo para
la irritacin funcional d. la vejiga y
!aa urinarias en estado de acides.
Cvatex satlefarer a usted completa-
mente y ara la msdlclna qu. usted
naa.sita. Pida Cyat.x hay mame
^al^ .n bu far-
obienida a travs de las pab-
ias de ese acreditado Diaao.
sobre el Reinado de Azuero.
En la seguridad de que nos
nonrar con su presencia, los-
Liioe de Ud. atentamente.
Pot las Fed. de Soc. Santcu;
> Herreranas.
Efrain Merel
Secretario Coordinador
cooperar con Hitler durante a
pasada guerra, segn se dice
aqu
Pero haya cooperado o vaya
a cooperar el '"Istiqlal" con los
comunistas, "na cosa parece
cierta: El "Istiqlal" est deci-
dido a llevar a cabo su agita-
cin en todo Marruecos, tanto
contra el protectorado francs
como contra el espaol.
Sana, sabrosa
Crema
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Excelente para los nios-j-y
para los adultos tambin. La
deliciosa Crema de Trigo
rica en minerales y vita-
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para los nios que crecen e
indispensables para los adultos.
a.B iu. uta d.s.f. rra*. v. s ti
celebra AHORA
VENTA ESPECIAL
DE ANIVERSARIO
Estas son algunas de las
formidables ofertas!
Antes...B/.35.00 y 39.50
Ahora 22.50
Trajes americanos en
blanco y colores
CAMISAS CAMISAS !
Arrow McGregor
B.V.D. Marlboro
Proporciona
FOSFORO Y CALCIO
COMO EXCELENTES
MEDIOS PARA
ROBUSTECER
Antes:
B .6.50, 7.50 y 12.50
Ahora 3.50 y 3.95
Brewster Coopers
Antes...B .2.00
Ahora 750
Corbatas Wembley,
Cheney y Arrow
Antes... B. 3.50 y 4.50
Ahora 1.50
Corbatas de seda superior
Antes 35c. y 25c. c/u
Ahora 20 y 15* c/u
Pauelos de color
Antes 95c. el par
Ahora 50Y el par
Medias de seda
Antes... B. 2.00
Ahora 750
Correas Hickok
Antes... B'. 1.50
Ahora 950
Calzoncillos B.V.D. y
Wilson Bros.
Antes...B .6.75
Ahora 3.50
Pantalones
Antes...B. 11.50
Ahora 5.00
Pantalones americanos
Antes... B/. 4.95
Ahoro2.50
Pantalones de ba
de lana
Antes... B/. 6.95
Ahora 3.50
Pantalones de bao
Jantzen y B.V.D.
Antes... B/. 12.50
Ahora 5.50
fuavaberas cubanas
Antes...B .22.50
Ahora 15.00
Gabardinas americanas
para la lluvia
Antes. .B.22.50
Ahora 10.50
Sobrecamas italianas
de seda (doble ancho)
Antes...B .2.95
Ahora 1.75
Sweaters de algodn
Las ms estupendas
GANGAS
Las ms maravillosas
OFERTAS
a los
PRECIOS MAS BAJOS
Antes ...B. 30.00
Ahora 15.50
Trajes americanos
tropicales


PAGINA CUATRO
SL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO. MARZO 31, 1951
El profesor de los cursos hace explicaciones a una maestra
sobre la manera de inyectar a los cerdos._______^^^^^^^
Hoy ser electa
en el Balboa la
Reina de Azuero
Hoy se determinar a cul
de estas provincias se le otorga
el derecho de albergar en su
seno la sede residencial de la
soberana de Azuero. Tal como
lo ha venido expresando "Ey
Eco Herrerano" en sus edito-)
rales, si en algo se ha carac-
terizado este certamen, distin-
to en todas sus formas a cua-
lesquiera otras, es el hecho
plausible de "que estas dos
provincias se han mancomuna-
do de manera fraternal y en
un solo block para luchar con
decisin y entusiasmo por el
bienestar de ese muy caro girn
del Istmo denominado Penin-
sula de Azuero"
Se cierra pues, esta noche
con broche de oro. una de las
ms importantes actividades
que auspician las Federaciones
de Sociedades Santeas y He-
rreranas en pro del campesino
de Azuero y por ello lgico es
de esperar que tantos santeos
como herreranos sumen su en-
tusiasmo a este festival, cuyos
fondos se dedicarn por entero
a la compra de medicamentos
y otros implementos que con
urgencia est reclamando la ji-
ra mdlco-aslstencial.
Silvia Rosa Florez
es la presidenta
de los chricanos
^sfc4
Es atentador el porcentaje de los
que sufren "bocio" en Chiriqu
Realiza un estudio de gran
inters el Doctor Jorge Arce
Larreta Mdico de Remedios
Citacin
La Asamblea de Presidentes e
Inspectores de Centros Pana-
meistas
Cita a todos los Presidemcs
Inspectores, Directivas y S
e esta Corporacin del PhtIk'.o
Revolucionarlo Autntico. ora
que asistan a una reunin ex-
traordinario que ha de celebar-
sc en el saln de costumbre, el
Lunes a las 7 p.m. a fin de tra-
tar asuntos de vitad importan-
cia para el Partido.
Panam, 31 'de Marbo de 1951
Por el voto mayorltarlo de
los socios de la Sociedad C-
vica de Chricanos, Captulo de
Panam, fue escogida para pre-
sidente de esta entidad, la dis-
tinguida seorita Silvia Rosa
Flore/ y para secretario de ac-
tas el seor Victorino Serrano.
Ha tocado a la Inteligente y
dinmica seorita Florez ser
ella la primera dama a quien
dicha entidad ha confiado sus
destinos y la nica que en
realidad re c i b 1 el respaldo
irrestricto de todos los sectores
que integran la opinin cvica
chiricana en esta capital.
La seorita Florez se ha dis-
tinguido siempre por sus lu-
chas desinteresadas en todo lo
que respecta a la Provincia chi-
ricana y rene ron creces las
virtudes que adornan a las mu-
jeres del Valle de la Luna. Por
esos motivos los chricanos en
esta ciudad estn orgullosos en
presentarles siempre su coope-
racin decidida para que la se-
orita Silvia Rosa Florez man-
tenza y dirija con todo xito
los destinos de la Sociedad C-
vica de Chricanos.
UN BUEN HIJO.Este refugiado coreano lleva a su anciano
[ladre sobre sus espaldas al cruzar el Rio Han, huvendo hacia un
ugar seguro, en donde estar a salvo de los comunistas chinos.
El Ministerio de Trabajo, Pic-
visin Social y Salud Pblica
acaba de Imprimir un lnteie-
nte informe sobre el boscio
endmico, ms popularmente
conocido como "coto", en la
i-caln oriental de Chiriqu.
El estudio fu realizado por
el Dr. Jorce Arce Larreta, M-
dico Director del Hospital Dis-
pensarlo de Remedios y las ci-
fras obtenidas son muy revela-
doras. El estudio de 1,662 enco-
lares revela que el 49.9 por
ciento de los escolares, que es
como decir la mitad de los mis-
inos, sufren de este mal.
El 41 por ciento de los va-
rones y el 58 por ciento de las
nias en las escuelas tiene oos-
cio- Las Lajas y Horconcitos
Uenen el porcentaje ms bajo
de boscio en escolares en el
;ea estudiada, mientras que ti-
cas del Mone. Nancito y Vela-
dero y San Juan tienen los par-
centajes ms altos de Mielo,
En Lajas y. Horconmltos el por-
centaje es menor del 40 P'.t
ciento, mientras que en los cua-
tro pueblos de ms alta inci-
dencia oscila entre 63 y 78 por
ciento, siendo el ms alto el
de Bocas del Monte. En los va-
rones el porcentaje ms bijO
e encontr en Las Lajas en
el cual el 28 por ciento de ajaos
tenia boscio. mientras en Lo-
cas del Monte, el 71 por ciento
de los varones estaba afectado.
En cuanto a las nias, el por-
centaje ms bajo fu encontra-
do en Quebrada de Piedra y
Horconcitos con 40 por ciento
y el mis alto en Nancito y Bo-
cas del Monte los ms altos con
88 y 84 por ciento respectiva-
mente.
En los nios menores de 6
aos, slo el 2.4 por ciento mos-
tr boscio endmico en 803 n'-
fios examinados. El 1.5 por
ciento de los varones en estas
edades y el 5.5 por ciento da
las nias mostraban la enfer-
medad.
Un estudio de 1.050 aduUov
en el rea revel que el .75 por
ciento de ellos tenia boscio- El
DI por ciento de los varones w-
nia boscio y el 89.5 por ciento
de las mujeres sufran del ;*..'.
El estudio revela que las ca-
ries dentarlas, la falta de ta-
lla, la sordomudez, el enanlsnic,
el cretinismo y otras cous?-
cuencias de esta enfermedad d(
la glndula tiroides es frecuen-
te en esta regln de Chlrlqui.
Entre los 12 y 28 aos se en-
contraron personas cuya ahu-
ra oscilaba entre 0.90 y 1.10 me-
tros.
Segn el Dr, Jorge Arce La-
treta, el "coto" o bocio end-
mlco es atribuido por los mora-
dores al hecho de "haber car-
gado desde pequeos grandes
pesos sobre la cabeza". Esto h.-
dlca la ignorancia sobre el ci-
to, que el campesino considera
eomo algo muy natural.
El coto o boscio endmico es
una enfermedad por carencia.
es decir, por la falta de prin-
cipios nutritivos en la alimen-
tacin diaria. Cuando el agua,
los alimentos y la sal carecen
de yodo, se produce una anor-
malidad de la glndula tiroides,
que es la gran regualodra de
las funciones del organismo, y
el boscio en su consecuencia, asi
como las otras manifestaciones
vambin encontradas en la re-
gln de Chiriqu
El caso de eaa rea es tar.to
ms grave cuanto que se tie .c
entendido por las grandes *W-
'''' -'......i'-- -'-i mu ltd"
consideran qu debe considerar-
se el mal endmico cuando nay
una incidencia mayor del 10
por ciento en una poblacin o
si es mayor del 20 por ciento en
los varones y 30 por ciento te
las nias en la poblacin esco-
lar. Las cifra de la regin c-
i lenta] de Chiriqu sobrepagar-
las mencionadas.
La evidencia de que la fallr.
de yodo en ios alimentos, sojre
todo en ia sal. es la cauas de
ia enfermedad es que en distin-
tos lugures de Europa y Am-
rica en donde se ha yodado l
sal, la enfermedad ha disminui-
do. En el estado de Michigan
donde ei mal era endmico, con
30 por ciento de los nifios on
boscio, el uso de la sal yodada
disminuy de 1924 a 1986 a un
2.8 por ciento, hoy las clia?
son casi cero.
"El Panam Amrica", sabe
que el mal es comn tamicen
en Oc, Las Minas, Los Po:os
un varias poblaciones de la Pe-
ninsula de Azuero y de Ver-
guas y en otras provincias.
El Ministerio de Salud Pu-
blica al considerar este estuulo
ha de sugerir las medidas Ui-
i.cntes para acabar con esta en-
fermedad que causa tantos Ja-'
os a la poblacin y a las fu-
turas generaciones.
Ser maana el
ltimo escrutinio
para un reinado
Es enorme la inquietud que
existe entre todos los crculos
que respaldan a las diferentes
candidatas al Reinado Tpico
Nacional, con motivo de los re-
sultados del ltimo escrutinio
que se efectuar maana en es-
ta ciudad, en los salones de la
Confederacin de Asociaciones
Cvicas Interioranas Ave. B No.
48.
Todas las candidatas estn
dispuestas a afrontar la deci-
sin final porque se sienten
con suficientes fuerzas para
mantener un merecido sitial en
tan Interesante torneo cvico y
de cultura.
Para este acto, la comisin
organizadora del carnaval inte-
riorano ha preparado un atrac-
tivo programa que incluye la
presentacin de las hermosas
reinas de Azuero, de la Caa
de Azcar y de las enfermeras.
Asimismo, habr la presenta-
cin especial del conjunto t-
pico de Tobas Pllcet, quien nos
presentar una variedad del
folklore nacional.
El jurado escrutador, escogi-
do especialmente para este ac-
to, est integrado de la si-
guiente manera: Ing. Manuel
F. Zarate. Ing. Porfirio Gmez,
doa Eulogla R de Arias, don
Armando Moreno O., don Mario
Augusto, don Carlos Sol Bosch
y dn Celedonio Guardia.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Las escuelas de las zonas
cafetaleras comenzarn sus
labores el nueve de Abril
El Ministerio de Educacin
dict hoy el resuelto No. 84 por
el cual se dispone que las es-
cuelas de las zonas cafetale-
ras, a las cuales se refiere el
Decreto Ejecutivo 3P.9 del 13 del
Eresente mes, comiencen sus la-
ores el 9 de abril y terminen
las mismas el 14 de diciembre.
La disposicin afecta alrede-
dor de diez y nueve escuelas
en cuatro municipios chrica-
nos, a saber:
Municipio de Boquete: escue-
las de Bajo Boquete, Caldera,
La Estrella, El Francs, Jara-
millo Abajo, Jaramillo Arriba,
Los Naranjos y Palmira.
Municipio de David: Los Ce-
rillos, Cochea Arriba y El Higo.
Municipio de Dolega: Los Be-
jucos, Brazos de Cochea, Ca-
becera de Cochea, Las Caas.
Dos Ros, El Flor, Los Palomos.
Municipio de Gualaca: Paja
de Sombrero.
Tambin anunci el Minlste-
rlo de Educacin que el prxl-
HORIZONTALES:
1Nmero.
4Del verbo cavar.
8 Agarrar.
12Del verbo asar.
18Oxido de hierro.
14Mancha de la pleL
15Del verbo remesar.
17Palo de la baraja espaola
18Agarraderas.
19Del verbo nacer.
21Muebles.
23Depsito natural de
minerales.
24Demostrativo, Pl.
25Sirviente de hotel o
restaurante.
29Apcope de Norte.
30Que cojean.
31Nosotros.
32Motines, rebeliones
militares.
34Rio de Espaa.
35Letra castelana. Pl.
36Espaldas de ciertos
animales.
37Del verbo alegar.
40Que carece de filo.
41Costumbre o estilo.
42Relacionar por nmeros.
46Uno de los hijos de Jacob,
47Destruida.
48Animal con plumas.
49Batracio.
50Altares.
51Gorra militar.
VERTICALES:
1Entregar.
2Se atreva.
3Indicar con luces.
4Objetos.
5Del verbo arar.
6Planta cuyo fruto es la uva. [
7De autor desconocido, Pl.
8Reducir, limitar.
9Existir.
10Humor acuoso de la sangre.
11Del verbo rasar.
16Demostrativo, Pl.
20 Medida antigua de
longitud, Pl.
21Rio de Francia.
22Palo de la baraja espaola.
23Serpientes antillanas.
25Sembrado de codesos.
26Hacer el amor.
27Colorado.
28 Animales polares.
30Del verbo calar.
33Desmintiera.
34Del verbo tomar.
36Elevaciones del terreno.
37Querer con amor.
38 P|edra lisa y llana.
39 Paraso.
40Camino, direccin.
43Apcope de Norte.
44Desinencia de los quebrados
45Cabeza de ganado.
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REUNION
La Federacn de Universita-
rios Catlicos tendr su reunin
regular el domingo lo. de abril
a las 10 a.m. en el Saln Bo-
lvar del Colegio LaSalle. Se
requiere puntual asistencia. Se
les repartirn los "Boletines In-
formativos" a todos aquellos
que no lo tengan.
Se tratarn asuntos impor-
tantes relacionados con la FUC.
Est agradecida del Panam-
Amrica Conf. del Interior
Panam. Marzo 24 de 1951
ceor Don
Armando Moreno,
Jefe de Redaccin de
' El Panam Amrica",
Ciudad
Apreciado y distinguido seor:
Por medio de la presente ten-
go el honor de comunicarle c,ue
ei Consejo Directivo de la Con-
federacin de Asociaciones C-
vicas Interioranas, en sesin c< 1
20 de los corrientes acord u-
iianlmemente nombrarlo a Or.,
a la persona que de esa e-
daccln Ud. designe, miembro
dtl Jurado Escrutador en el .-
timo escrutinio del Reinado T-
pico Nacional, el cual se ef.c-
tuar el lo. de Abril a las 12
de la noche en los salones de
la Confederacin: Avenida "C"
No. 48 (altos de la Nueva Cair-
pana).
Es el deseo de la Confedera-
clon con tan merecida desig-
nacin demostrar a "El Panau.
Amrica" su valiosa cooperacin
cu las actividades que esta en-
tidad ha emprendido en benefi-
cio de los pueblos Interiorano*;
Por tal motivo, pues, con la
esperanza de que Ud se digna-
r aceptar tal designacin y
honrarnos con su presencia, ue
t muy grato suscribirme,
Su Atto. y S.S.
Celedonio Guardia
Secretarlo General
Est atenta
lectora, que...
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Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5^283,000,000.00
Transacciones Bancarias en General
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importacin y Exportaciones
Se insiste en la
necesidad de
un puente
Calzada Larga 29 de Marzo t?
esi
Seor Director de "La Voz del
Interior"
Estimado Seor:
Rugole se sirva darle caoi-
da en su interesantsima pgi-
na a la siguiente carta.
Seor Plinio Vrela
Jefe ad-honorem de la seccin
de camino de Obras Pblicas
Estimado Seor:
En carta entregada a Ud.
personalmente, publicada en
El Panam Amrica del 12 de
septiembre del ao pasado, le
solicitbamos los moradores de
Calzada Larga, su ayuda paia
que se nos construyera o repa-
rase el puente principal por don
de tienen que pasar los vehcu-
los que entran o salen de la po-
blacin.
Hacamos mencin adems,
seor Vrela en la misma carta,
de la Importancia que el asun-
to encierra, ya que es sabido
que todos los habitantes de ete
pueblo son agrlculores y nece-
sitan de los camiones para sa-
car sus productos al mercado,
os que ya se niegan a entrar
debido al peligro que ofrece et-
tc pasadizo para los que se a-
venturan a pasar por el.
No queremos pensar, seor
vrela que se espora primera
una desgracia, donde mud.es
humildes hijos del campo pier-
dan la vida para poder notar
a necesidad de reparar o cons
trulr dicho puente.
Me dijo ya hace ya bastante
tiempo que haba informado al
seor inspector de obras p-
blicas de la necesidad de aten-
der a nuestra solicitud, pero
con mucha pena seor le hago
saber que na ha habido ni n
menor intencin hasta ahora,
por parte de ningn funciona-
rio aliviar este mil que da a
da se transforma en pesadilla
para Calzada Larga.
Una vez ms le pedimos con-
fiados en su gran espritu de
colaboracin haga llegar hasta
los funcionarios competente
nuestra solicitud que como gen-
te y ciudadanos tenemos dere-
cho a formular.
Carlos r- Robolt
Secretarlo
Pro mejora del pueblo.
mo lunes 2 de abril a las ocho
de la maana, en la Escuela
Repblica de Mxico, habr
nuevamente los exmenes de
aptitud para que los que no
se pudieron presentar antes y
para aquellos maestros que por
motivos de fuerza mayor no
pudieron hacerlo el mircoles
ni el Jueves.
NORMAS
"Loa Corraspoaaalaa deber*,
ceirse a Is ai le BdUIsna.
daa normws periodsticas Debes
enviar ai peridico lee aauattM
1 noticias ms interesantes jai
afecten a la comunidad. Ba ab-
soluto trata do una otilo-
nldad pan naeer detsrralnadaj
campaas polticas
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rlona* nocturna*, arder as lea eoa-
luetoa, raaiduo blanquecino, aa la
ria, dolor *n la ba** da la .apia
Jornal. *n la Infla o la* pierna*, nar-
.loildad, debilidad, perdida dtl Tl(or
-nascullno. ion cauaadoa por alguna
inf*nn*dad de la PrSatata. rara
illviar atoa traatorno* y avadar a
l*volvr ripldamant* *u alud, prueba
il nuevo tratamiento cientfico lla-
mado Rogana. No Importa c.un anti-
cuo ara au aufrlmlento, Rasan* I*
ayudar! a raviaorliar au alndula
proatAtlca j harl a*ntln* bl*n. Ob-
tena Rooena en cuaJaular farmacia.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas da
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B/.0.25; B/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B.5.00, por un perodo do cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinas en Colon: Calle del frente esquina con Calle la.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
0. A. De R0UX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln


SBADO. MARZO 31. 1951
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
- r -
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
tseaaccn Social
Telfono S-31M
de EL PANAMA-AMERJCA
HORAS: 8:00 1:M a.m.
Apartado 134
iDoJa KamoS Jimentz
Hoy sbado 31 de marzo a las
8 p.m. contraern matrimonio
en el 8antuarlo de Cristo Rey.)
la encantadora seorita Rita
A. Jimnez, hija de don Joaqun
Jimnez y seora doa Amlnta
E. de Jimnez, y el doctor Au-
gusto A. Ramos, hijo de don Al-
fredo Ramos y seora doa Ma-
ria P. de Ramos.
Sern sus padrinos adems
de los padres de loa novios, el
seor Ramn Ehrman y seora
Rima P. de Ehrman, seor Ru-
bn Sucre y seora Francisca
p. de Sucre, Dr. Osvaldo Velas-
quez Sra. Mercedes Delgadlllo
seor Rogelio Avila, doa Her-
llnda M. de Arlas, seor Hum-
berto Girn y seora Lolda A.
de Olrn, seor Conrado Arose-
mena y seora Sofia F. de Aro-
semena. doctor Octavio Vallarl-
no y seora Mara A. de vallan-
no.
La seorita Jimnez lucir una
TELEFONO 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG"
CaUe te. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Directora Prop.
MISA DE REQUIEM
Se dir el Lunea 2 d Abril de 1951 a las 6 y 30
a.m. en la Igleaia de San Francisto por el eterno
deicanso del alma de quien en vida se llam
Cristbal Sousa Jimnez
(q.e.p.d.)
Su espoaa e hijos invitan a este acto piadoso y
agradecen la asistencia al mismo.
Panam, Mario 31 de 1951.
Pedro uiidalgo L.
arente General de la Sociedad RICARDO A. MIRO,
S. A., al regresar a su pals despus de residir ms dt
seis aos en esta ciudad, expresa su reconocimiento a
todas las personas y firmas comerciales que le brin-
daron sus cortesas y se despide en unin de su familia,
de sus buenos amigos de esta hospitalaria Patria, espe-
rando rdenes en la ciudad de Guayaquil, Ecuador.
A sus compaeros de trabajo y dignatarios de la
Empresa, especialmente a su Presidente Sr. Ricardo A.
Mir, les desea la mayor ventura personal y creciente
xito en los negocios.
Panam, 31 de Marzo de 1951.
Sabe mejor!
!
&mjm^
L^he'n polvo
WH-E MILK POWDER
""IN f> nlHJIflP
",lk ll ISUM IK. smi""- m"l>"
.* .i. v. tina no l'i
#*"*,
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
ti-
elegante creacin de satin y ri-
cos encajes de chantlllas Im-
portado por Casa Rhoda a New
York, un diminuto gorrlto de
encajes y azahares sostendrn
su velo de novia de tul de Ilu-
sin, completando el atavio un
bello ramo de rosas blancas.
Su corte nupcialu ser com-
puesta por la dama de honor
seorita Chita Jimnez, herma-
na de la novia quien lucir un
lindo vestido confeccionado en
tul rojo malzado, la acompaa
el caballero Carlos M. Jimenez,
los presidirn las seoritas Ne-
lly Sucre, Ana Diaz, quienes lu-
cirn vestidos de tul nyln con
aplicaciones en rojo, importado
por Casa Rhoda a New York,
sern acompaadas por los ca-
balleros, doctor Juan L. Correa,
doctor Luis sambra, doctor An-
bal Ramos.
Sern las coleras las nlitas
Mana de los Angeles Smith y
Mara C. Carrasco, regaran llo-
res, Lilia Maria Fonseca e Itzel
de Lourdes Vlllarreal, portara
los anillos el nio Jos V.Philllps
Jr. y las arras el nio Roy Soils
Irn como Jr. Brldemaid los
graciosos nlitos Arturo Hoyo*
jr. y Marcellta del Rio.
Durante la ceremonia nupcial
cantar el Ave Maria la seo-
rita Estela Campana, acompa-
ada al rgano por el Profesor
Dzevaltauskas Terminada la ce-
remonia religiosa los padres de
la novia don Joaqun Jimnez
y seora Amlnta de Jimnez re-
cibirn en su residencia a sus
invitados.
Los recin casados seguirn
hacia La Habana a pasar su lu-
na de miel.
Participacin de Matrimonio
El seor Arcadlo Aguilera y
seora Emma V. de Aguilera es-
tn enviando las participacio-
nes para el matrimonio de su
hija Nora, con el caballero Vic-
tor M. Tejelra Jr. hijo del se-
or Victor M. Tejelra y seora
Delia M. de Tejelra, acto que se
verificar el sbado 7 de Abril
al as 6 p.m. en la Parroquia de
Cristo Rey.
TrajIHo felicita
a Pern por lo de
la bomba atmica
CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Marzo 3.
(P El Presidente Trujio le
envi al Presidente Pern "ca-
lurosas felicitaciones" por ol
reciente descubrimiento atmico
eu Argentina.
El texto del mensaje dec.a:
"Su Excelencia General Juan
Domingo Pern, Presidente de
la nacin Argentina, Buenos
Aires: El brillantsimo xito uO-
tcnldo por la ciencia Argenti-
na en los experimentos para in
liberacin controlada de la e-
nergia atmica constituye un
legtimo galardn a los eleva-
dos empeos constructivos ci
Vuestra Excelencia en beneficio
del pueblo argentino y de UM
altos ideales de paz y solidu.'i-
dad universales dentro de los
principios de civilizacin as-
tifina.
"Permtame Vuestra Excelen-
cia que con motivo de tan ex-
traordinario acontecimiento le
exprese mis calurosas congratu
laciones, lo mismo que al gran
pueblo argentino y el selecto
grupo de hombres de ciencia
jue labor en la consecucior.
de tan transcendental apoitc
al progreso de la humaniddu".
- "Ruego a Vuestra Excelencia
aceptar el reiterado testimonia
de mi consideracin ms rer-
dlda y distinguida".
Firma: Rafael Lenidas Tru-
jilio Molina, Presidente de la
Repblica Dominicana.
Para la Repblica Dominicana
Despedimos cordlalmente a
la seora Mara Teresa Barraza
de Castro, quien acomupaada
de su nio sigui hoy hacia
ciudad TruJUlo. despus de ha-
ber pasado una temporada en
Panam visitando a sus familia-
res.
Paral os Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente al
Dr. C. DeWltt Brlscoe, quien si-
gui hoy para los Estados Uni-
dos por la va area.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Ted Paget y seora
Marta de Pool de Paget han fi-
jado su residencia en la calle
48 Este No. 42 en donde se po-
nen a las rdenes de sus amis-
tades.
De Centro Amrica
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Teresita de Pool de
Sol quien lleg a Panam con
e Un de pasar una temporada
visitando a sus padres, seor
Reinaldo de Pool y seora Ma-
ria de de Pool.
Par el Interior
Siguieron ayer hacia Las Mar-
garitas en donde permanecern
durante varios das las seoras
Lastenla D. de Navarro, Delflna
R. de Diez iy Lella N. de Estrl-
peaut.
De Taboga
Regresaron de Taboga en don-
de pasaron la temporada de ve-
rano las seoras Luz Ch. de Ga-
rrido y Anallda O. de Thayer
acompaadas de sus nios.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Toms Gerardo Du-
que y seora Olga de Duque,
por el advenimiento de un va-
roncito que se llamar Santia-
go Ernesto, ocurrido n la Cl-
nica San Fernando.
De Sur Amrica
Grata estada le deseamos a
SE. el Embajador de Colombia
en Mxico, seor Silvio Villegas
y seora quienes se encuentran
pasando varios das en nuestra
capital, hospedado! en el hotel
El Panam.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Marcela L.
de Hazet quien se encuentra re-
cluida en la Clnica San Fernan-
do.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
la Clnica San Fernando la se-
ora Margarita A. de Vallarlno.
Buen
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tm cammm n
Johnnie Walker
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polvos "ICR0NIZAD0S
de COTY
Distribuidores:
CA. CYRNOS, 8. A.
Tels. 2-1781 2-1782
El domingo debutar en el Nacional
la bailarina Hngara Elizabeth'
Bajo los auspicios del De-
partamento de Educacin se
presentar en el Teatro Nacio-
nal la exquisita danzarina hn-
gara Elizabeth 8zabo, en va-
riado programa que evidencia
loable empeo en transponer la
expresin musical al gesto pls-
tico.
En sus Interpretaciones de
obras de Chopin, de Miaskovos-
ky, Debussy y otros, reafirma-
r sus cualidades tcnicas y vo-
caclonales para el arte coreo-
grfico.
El primer programa de la
eximia artista se presentar a
las 8 y 30 de la neche del pr-
ximo domingo primero de abril
y es el siguiente:
Lunes 2 y mircoles 4 de abril
I Parte-
Polonesa en La Mayor. -Chopln
Vals No. 7..............Chopin
Tango ..................ignone
Caucasiana ............Ivanoff|
Polca .................Smetana-i
Hojas Amarillas......Miakovsky
Sueo de Amor...........Llszt
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONC1NI
le 431 Aptdo 10*4
Cumpleaos de hoy
Hoy domingo celebra sus na-
tales el joven Gonzalo Horna.
A las muchas felicitaciones que
reciba unimos las nuestras muy
sinceras.
II Parte-
Vals Grotesque........Bortklecz
Vals .....................Lehar
Claro de Luna.........Debussy
Toccata ............Frescobaldi
Romanza en Fa Sost.Schumann
Consolacin No. 3.........Llszt
Impromptu en La B.. .Schubert
Sheherezade. .Riwsky .Korsakoff
Msica panamea ............
Al piano el maestro Hans Ja-
,nowitz; vestuario diseado por
1 Elizabeth. Realizado por Ma-
dame Valy y Farrel. Pars
| Buenos Aires: coreografa de
Werberq, Fokln Cherpino, Eli-
zabeth.
La Toccata de Frescobaldi es-
t inspirada en "Retrato de
Van der Weyden" Pintor fla-
mento del siglo XV.
Cumple aos hoy la simp-
tica seorita Lina Herrera y
a quien con tal motivo la feli-
citamos muy sinceramente de-
sendole muchos aos ms de
vida.
Cumple hoy el mejor de sus
das la seorita Hercllia Herre-
ra. Muchos parabienes le de-
seamos.
Nuestras felicitaciones para
el joven Jaime Antonio Picard
Ami, en la fecha de su onoms-
tico que celebra hoy.
Aniversario de matrimonio
Los esposos seor Jorge Es-
tenoz y seora Ana Conoan de
Estenoz. celebran un ao ms
de unin matrimonial. Con tal
motivo les extendemos nuestro
saludo.
Nuevo cristiano
Recibir hoy las aguas bau-
tismales el nilto Frank A. Ru-
dolf Jr., hijo del hogar forma-
do por* Frank A. Rudolf y se-
ora Velma Arosemena de Ru-
dolf. Sern padrinos del seor
Frank Comisky y la seora Ju-
dith Arosemena D. Este acto
religioso se efectuar en la Igle-
sia Medalla Milagrosa.
Nuestros saludos al nuevo
cristiano.
Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Gloria A. de Escoffery
Seora Julieta A. de Alfaro
Seora Gladys J. de Strunz
Seora Juana V. de Sucre.
Seorita Angela Arango
Seorita Clarita Cecilia Aran-
go Fbrega
Seorita Clarita Cecilia Na-
varro Smth.
Dr. Aurelio A. Dutarl
Seor Max Etempel
Seor Julio Ignacio Alemn
Seor Julio Arosemena
Ten. Flix Moreno L.
Joven Carlos Emilio Aroseme-
na Navarro.
(Via Nancy Dupuis Oller
Nio Octavio Fbrega Jr.
Nio Ramn Augusto Soto
8eor Flix Fbrega Jr.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Thelma E. de Valds
Seora Sarita M. de Davison
Seora Lea A. de Baldwin
Seora Maria Teresa Q. de
Garca de Paredes
Seorita Delsa Garuz
Nio Ral Alberto Gasteazo-
ro Lacayo.
Otro a quien no
le gusta que se
baile "Mambo"
Por Moiss Guardia y G.
No es posible, que ante el
empuje del progreso que el si-
glo de las luces est Impri-
miendo al mundo entero, se d
acogida a Insinuaciones ten-
dientes al retroceso de la cul-
tura de los pueblos que. pre-
cisamente an no han adquiri-
do con solidez, y por ello cir-
cunstancia propiciatoria al des-
arrollo de hbitos perjudiciales.
Aunque acciones volitivas co-
mo lo son los deseos de escu-
char o bailar determinada m-
sica, me permito referirme aqu,
a la lamada "msica mambo",
que por suerte ya en Lima, Pe-
r, se ha notificado a aquel
! pblico de la sancin esplrl-
' tual que se Impondr a los a-
j mantes de esa vagabundera.
No estamos posedos de mis-
tica vestimenta para conslde-
' ramos plenamente autorizados
para protestar de esa necedad.
i pero s nos asiste el derecho
cvico a comentar ese hbi-
to y sugerir medidas para re-
primir tan extica como fas-
tidiosa llamada msica.
No queremos ni pretendemos
con este comentarlo, encauzar
a nucstrop blico por sendas
montonas, pero si de morali-
dad.
Anhelamos que esta cualidad
de las sociedades comprendidas
dentro de los ejidos de los pue-
blos civilizados, no decaiga y
que se robustezca cada da
para evitar los Ingentes perjui-
cios que su ausencia propor-
ciona.
En Panam hay quienes as-
piramos por sanos motivos, han
obsequiado al pblico compo-
siciones diversas, que no pue-
den ser objetadas porque son
de legal aceptacin. Pero en
defecto de ese espritu esti-
mulador de lo propio, de lo na-
cional, existen composiciones
- _.....3fc.. Pli'Jkw.
At Gardner
Esther William.
CONFIRMAN LO QUE EL PUBLICO SABELas estrellas de 1
pantalla, Esther Williams a la isquierda v Ava Gardner a la de-
recha, se encuentran entre las 10 mujeres ms bellas de Amri-
ca, de acuerdo con "El Grupo de Artistas de Amrica". Ambas
fueron electas por sus curvas tentadoras v preciosas caderas. Eso
ya lo sabamos, verdad?
ESTOMAGO
IAR/TAD0?
No irrita ma un eitmago Irritad*
dndola anticidos con axcaao, o ad-
ministrndola purgantai fuerte.
Trtalo bien! Toma PEPTO-
BISMOL, qua no a ni laxante ni.
anticido. PEPTO-BISMOL calma
el estmago irritado. |Y lo alivial
Ea grato al paladar. A lot nios las
acanta. Cuando tanta al tomato
irritado pida an au farmacia
PEPTO-BISMOL.
ES UN PRODUCTO NORWICH.
musicales en consonancia con
la decencia, que deben ser uti- |
llzadas en las radiodifusoras de
la Repblica y liquidar defini-
tivamente ese escndalo con los
llamados "mambos".
Considero que los encargados
de las estaciones de radio, de-
ben tener consideracin y res-
peto tanto por la cultura de
nuestro pas, como por el p-
blico mismo, que no encontran-
do otra msica, lo fuerzan a es-
cuchar sus sandeces llamadas
'mambos", que suponen por su
vocinglera, festn de salvajes.
Por la cultura y moral de la
Repblica, que se elimine de
los programas radiales los lla-
mados "mambos" y que el De-
partamento de Prensa, Radio y
Espectculos Pblicos adopte
medidas enrgicas en contra de
la ya comentada costumbre.
.ea "El Aviso Oportuno*
LA PELCULA QUE
UD. ESPERABA!
',
ajMn^
El
diablillo


'ALINA SElft
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
ABADO, MARZO 31, 1951
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que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
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75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
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Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas ttt
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1.3.25 taln. Almacanai TraaMu-
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1-150?_________________________
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Tal 3-0255
SE VENDEN:Dos hornos de flos po-
rof Dulcera. Telfono 3-1560.
SE VENDE: Llegaron los famosos
peumos Esferbrook, Coso Zoldo.
Avenido Cenlrol No. 45._______
S aceptarn propuestas en lo ofici-
na del gerente gentral del depar-
tamento de comisariatos, situado en
Mt. Hope, Zona del Conol, hasta
las 3:00 de la tarde del viernes
20 de abril de 1951. para suplir
90.0C0 libras, o olternotivomen-
te 45.000 libros de aicor fina
granulado. Los formulnos para
hacer dichos propuestas con todos
los pormenores podrn obtenerse
en la oficina del Supply b Service
Director en Balboa Heights, o de
la oficina del Gerente General de
Comisariatos en Mount Hope.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora en per-
fectos condiciones, B.50.00. Mi-
quina de escribir, necesita repa-
rcelan. B.500 Vio Espaa No.
54.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
SE ALQUILA;O se venda. Caso da
campo an Churrero 3-0255.________________________
SE VENDE:Lote da terreno en Por-
que Lefevre, 1000 M2. Esquina
Calle C v D. Precie B.2.50 M2.
Lime Tel. 3-3224.______________
SE VENDE:Magnifico chalet dos re-
cmaras, salo-comedor, cocino, ser-
vicios, porch. 600 metros cercados,
garage, por solo B.3.500 pago ini-
cial. Patterson. 2-2346.
SE VENDE:En Chorrera, chalet, sa-
la, recmara, dos dormitorios, ser-
vicio sonitario. 400 Borato. In-
formes Cantina Nueva Espaa.
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sueldo. Via Espaa No. 23, bajos.
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sea muy joven, tiene que dormir
en casa. Ave. Manuel Maria da
Icoxa No. 26 Campo Alegre.
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bonita, como 1.000 M2. seccin
creciente, buena inversin y S'tio
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2-1293 Balboa o escriba P. J.
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calle 13 No. 8. San Francisco. Te-
lfono 3-2569.
SE VENDE:En buenas condiciones,
Oldsmobile Sedon 37, estufa gas
con horno, 4 quemadores. Calle
Mariano Arosemena 74.
5E VENDE: Canasta coche paro
baby y canasta todo arreglado.
Calle Colombia No. 3, Apto. 10,
Tel. 3-1539.__________
Declaran culpable
plmente correcta, pero en vis-
it, de las clrcunaunclas que ro-
chan este testimonio en par-
l.cular, no lo he tomado en
consideracin.
Agreg que la mayora de las
Corte en Estados Unidos es-
tn aceptando tal testimonio.
Ningn acusado, sin embargo,
est obligado a declarar contra
ei mismo.
"T eso Implica que ninguna
persona debe tomar parte en
una prctica o demostracin
que pueda condenarlo, sin ha-
ber sido advertido de sus de-
rechos constitucionales para
que puede aceptar o rehusar
participar".
El testimonio le ofrecido a-
yer. cuando dos testigos de la
Polica atestiguaron que dos vo-
luntarlos y Oittens haban sido
llevados a un lugar cerca de
Chiva Chiva y se les haba or-
denado esconderse. Uno de los
mastines a quien se le dio a
oler el guante y la capucha en-
contrada en Paraso, se dirigi
al lugar en donde se haba es-
condido Oittens. sin prestarle
atencin a las otras dos per-
sonas que estaban escondidas
---------------------------------- '.'.
"No puedo mirar
bierno y Justicia en el agasa-
jo que tan gentilmente me brn.-
tiaron los Comandantes d:-l
Cuerpo de Polica Nacional v
u oficialidad. He decidido \u<
aceptar e! cargo que reitera-
dtmente se. me ha ofrecido. Los
Intereses polticos de mis ami-
gos y los mos, asi como m<
negocios particulares estn a-
qui en Panam y por lo tan'u
requieren mi inmediata y co.iS-
Unte vigilancia.
Como Ud. sabe, fui factor ac-
tivo en los sucesos que dleion
Tida a la actual Administracin
y por lo tanto no puedo mirar
con indiferencia su suerte. Ce
all que sea mi deber y inl ae-
sco continuar viendo de ceica
el desarrollo de los acometi-
mientos administrativos y po-
lticos, y que stos redunden cd
beneficio de la Patria. No pucJo.
abandonar la responsabilidad
histrica que me incube anie rl
pueblo panameo, porque cl'o
constituira un gesto de dese;-
tin impropio de mi persona.
VENDO lotes pora edificar desde B.
1,26 en adelante M2. Tombin re-
sidencias con rento, y edificio co-
mercial en Ava. Centrol. MARTI-
NEZ, Vio Porros 58. frente teatro
Edn._________________________
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Ocurro Avenida Central 220 Apto.
25_____________________________
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Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que haga
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Traigo recomendacin, Avenida
Mxico No. 56.
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paro cuidor nios. Tiene que dor-
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ta F. Ave. 4 de Julio No. 61.
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mo en el empleo. Colle 30 N.
21, altos y Ave. Justo Aroseme-
na.
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Alumnos novatos e intermedios, pue-
den aprender a tocor piano, m-
sico prctica o popular en curso 4
6 meses, los que saben clsi-
ca en 3 meses o menos. Estudio
Piano Bennett. Juon B. Sosa No.
9. Tel. 2-1282.
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General
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Las autoridades britnicas di-
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estas exigencias crear una o-
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te para nacer o dejar de 'nacer
compras 'a los comercian .63
P-iiticulares. Esto producira un
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las rlbus de Iran septentrional,
y un descontento que liana ia
region un terreno abonado .ji-
ra la persUtente propaga, ida
fcoviftlca que pretende incitar
sWa revuelta a las poderosas
eftous Kurdas.
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Vista. Calle 45 No. 14.
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Arosemena 74.
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Infrmese ?-0847.
Cruzan los
tado aumentando la resistencia
de sus retaguardias cerca al
Paralelo y se eatn atrinche-
rando al Norte de este.
Los comunistas chinos lanza-
ron cuatro contra-ataques con-
tra el Octavo Ejrcito ayer,
pero no lograron detener su
constante avance a todo lo lar-
go del' frente de 140 millas,
exceptuando un solo punto.
Una columna de tanques e
infantera al noreste de Uijong-
bu se apoder de Canggo a 24
millas al noeste de Sel y si-
gui avanzando hacia el Para-
lelo contra la resistencia es-
pordica de los comunistas y
los campos de minas.
En el frente central las fuer-
zas sur-coreanas aniquilaron un
batalln comunista y siguieron
adelante para capturar la Vi-
lla de Sangchijon, a slo milla
y media al Sur del Paralelo.
Otro contra-ataque comunis-
ta a seis millas al Oeste de
Changgo fue dispersado por las
tropas norteamericanas, quienes
mataron 40 comunistas.
La Quinta Fuerza Area lan-
z anoche uno de los ms fuer-
tes ataques que se han hecho
contra las concentraciones de
tropas rojas.
Anoche se divisaron cerca de
1800 vehculos comunistas en
los caminos norcoreanos, rao
vindose hacia el Sur y la Fuer
za Area destroz ms de cien.
Se ha informado que los co-
munistas tienen por lo menos
seis cuerpos de ejrcito cer-
ra de lf.0.000 hombres- listos
para una contraofensiva.
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con Avenido 5a. Son Francisco. 2-
2346.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaros, sala-comedor, cuarto em-
pleoda, balcn, etc. Bella Vista,
calla Colombia No. 8. Llamar
apartamento No. 5.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos de
una y dos recmoras, sola, come-
dor, cocina, servicios. Colle 7o. No.
15. Lefevre.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento, dos re-
cmaras, esquina, solo-comedor,
alambrado, $65. 56, Ave. Porras,
llave apartamento 3. Quijano, ca-
lla 8o, No. 15. telfono 3-0234.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, calle 47 No. 3. dos recmaras,
cuarto servicio, solo-comedor, porch,
garage etc. Llame Tel. 3-3338.
SE ALQU/LA:Apartamento de tras
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Centrol
No. 125, Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILAN:Vorios opartomen-
tos en Visto Hermoso y Son Fran-
cisco de la Caleta. Precio razona-
ble. Ocurra Librera Preciado.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento dos re-
cmaros, sala, comedor, cuorto
empleado. Edificio "Hispanio" co-
lle Colombio, No. 3. Entrada in-
dependiente.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y colle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
'.' o '
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Central 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
SE ALQUILA:Una pieza a matri-
trimonio responsable sin nios.
Calle 7a. No. I I segundo alto de
I 7 p. m.
SE VENDE: Ganoo! .Lindo juego
recmaro. Diseo moderno, como
nuevo. Tombin cama de nio.
Calle 34 No. 7.
SE ALQUILA
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos refrigera-
cin, comes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes colle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
SE ALQUILA:Tengo pora alquilar
tractor D4. Llame al 3-2429 des-
pus de las 12 a. m.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuortos refrigera-
cin, carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes calle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet moderno de
sala, comedor, dos recmoras; es-
paciosa cocino, un porch, un ser-
vicie de empleoda y un garage en
la urbanizacin "El Carmen" en
lo Avenida Primera No. 6, cerca
el comisoriato Vio Espaa, terce-
ra coso mano izquierdo. Preguntar
por Mauricio Halphen. Tel. 3-
2585.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos mo-
dernos de una recmara B.45.C0,
de dos recmaros B.65.00. Ave-
nida Jos de Fbrega No. 16, Pa-
sadena. Telfono 3-1070, fomilio
Herrera.
SE ALQUILA;Piso alto, 3 recma-
ras, sala, comedor, porch, cuarto
de lavar, de empleada, garage. In-
formacin bajos. Ave. Jusio Arose-
mena No. 56.
SE ALQUILA
I rale
SE ALQU'LA:Locol pora oficina,
erribo del Teatro Centro-.
ifc ALQUILAN.txclut.vomenle po-
ro oficinal locles cntricos en los
I tos de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
maron en Almacenes 5 y IC cen-
tuvos.
SE ALQUILA:Paro clnica, negocio,
tienda o depsito, local Avenida
Per, esquina Calle 36. B.60.00 3-
1001.
SE ALQUILA:Locol comercial am-
plio, bien situodo. propio poro ofi-
cinas. Calle Chiriqul No. 2, 100
Balboos. Telfonos 2-2948 2-
2739.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local muy
fresco para uso de oficina, clnica
o escuela privada. Via Espaa
frente Perejil. Tel. 2-2443. v
MISCELNEA
I. IROUWIRPintor de casas, con-
tritista. conselos tcnicos, garan-
ta por jn ono. oreiupuestot gratis.
Tel 2-1276
Niegan licencia
tidad personal No. 47-58S24, ha
solicitado a este Ministerio que
se le expida Ucencia para ac-
tuar como locutor en las radio-
emisoras nacionales, como co-
mentador especial o en pro-
gramas especiales.
Que en su solicitud present
un certificado del tub-Inspec-
tor General de la Polica Secre-
ta Nacional, con el cual se
prueba que el peticionarlo fue
penado por el Juez Nocturno
de Polica con diez das de
arresto, por ultrajes inferidos
a un agente de polica. Por otra
parte, el tenor Zappi se ha de-
dicado a calumniar e injuriar
diariamente al Excmo. seor
Presidente de la Repblica, Dr.
Arnulfo Arlas, asi como a tus
Ministros de Estado, y a inci-
tar al pueblo a la ejecucin de
actot subversivos contra el Go-
bierno, utilizando para ese fin
una radioemisora local donde
ha venido actuando como lo-
cutor, sin licencia, violando de
esa manera el articul 2o. Ordi-
nal C. del Decreto Ejecutivo No.
107 de 12 de junio de 1940.
Estas infracciones punibles
contra la honra de los ms ti-
tos dignatarios jr contra la st-
AVISO:Lo renta del agua por el
trimestre vencido el 31 de Morzo
de 1951 debe ser pagoda del pri-
mero al 16 de Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
gineer.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
CUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS. ..
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
Ce) venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
CORNETA ENEMIGAEl Coro-
nel William A. Harris, de las
Fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
nos muestra una corneta de las
usadas por los comunistas Chi-
nos para iniciar sus ataques. Las
mismas cornetas fueron usadas
por los aliados para desconcer-
tar al enemigo.
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
v Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Tachuelas de
zapatera y
tapicera
Artculos de cacera
Material plstico
para tapicera
Tacones de caucho
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tel. 2-3335
PANAMA
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
SE VENDE:Motor de borco 50 H.P.
marco Redwing. Perfecta condi-
cin, completo con eje.y hlice.
Gango! Escriba L. E. M. Aptdo.
2857. Cristbal. -____________
gurldad del Gobierno, constitu-
yen una actitud peligrosa, que
mantiene en constante zozobra
a la comunidad mediante la
propalacin de noticias falsas
y alarmantes, y ella demuestra
claramente que el solicitante,
carece de idoneidad para ejer-
cer el cargo de locutor.
En consecuencia.
El .Ministro de Gob. y Justicia.
cumpliendo instrucciones d e 1
Presidente de la Repblica,
RESUELVE:
Negar al seor talo Jos
Zappi. licencia para actuar co-
mo locutor en las estaciones
radloemi'oras de la Repblica.
Comuniqese y publiquese,
Jote C. de Obalda.
El Srio. del Ministerio,
Jorge Rabn Rotas.
. Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
. Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
. Alambre
para gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA E ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 1-1752
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por cada hijo o amigo de la Sra. Koch que est combatiendo en
Corea. Un cirio se encuentra encendido todo el da y toda la no-
che, velando por los muchachos.
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mejoramiento de las condiciones
e vida.
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Almacn del Hilo
Ave. Central 155
Tel. 2-2790
Fue interrogada
cales con ella
Al preguntarse a Curran so-
bre las relaciones entre La
Prensa Unida y "La Prensa",
dijo que el peridico es "un im-
portante cliente de nuestrq ser-
vicio y esa es la nica co-
nexin".
La Prensa Unida ha estado
prestando su servicio de noti-
cias a La Prensa por 32 aos.
La Prensa Unida ha estado
brindando a La Prensa diaria-
mente, desde que comenz el
servicio en 1919, ms de cin-
cuenta mil palabras sobre a-
conteclmientos en todas parte.
del mundo.
Durante esc periodo la Prensa
Unida ha establecido transmi-
siones especiales por radio des-
de varios pases europeos a
Sur Amrica y Estados Unidos
para brindar el servicio que
necesitaba La Prensa.
Al solicitar' Curran copla de
su declaracin, las autoridades
rehusaron hacerlo, diciendo que
no es costumbre de la polica
argentina ni de las comisiones
del Congreso dar coplas de de-
claraciones a las personas que
las prestan.
Los representantes en Bue-
nos Aires de Joshua B. Powers
fueron Interrogados por los re-
presentantes de la Comisin.so-
bre los contratos de avisos y
papel peridico de La Prensa.
La Empresa Poers ha represen-
tado a La Prensa en el extran-
Rende informe una
Comisin sobre el
Casero Juan Gil
La Comisin que hace poco
visit el casero de Juan Gil. en
el corregimiento de Pacora, pa-
ra inspeccionar unos terrenos
en los que se establecer un cam
po de experimentacin agrcola
a cargo de la escuela de aquel
lugar, encontr que las condi-
ciones de dichos terrenos son
favorables para la realizacin
de esta interesante iniciativa.
Asimismo, se encontr que es
necesario enviar cuanto antes
un tractor y un arado para la
preparacin de los terrenos, lo
mismo que un instructor agrco-
lap ara dirljlr los primeros pa-
sos de esta actividad.
Nos informe el director de la
escuela de Juan Gil. Don Vctor
Guardia, que los moradores rio
diha cotnunidark se inurstrap
visiblemente entusiasmados con
dicho proyeyeto y esperan que
rl inters demostrado por el re
del Departamento de Agricul-
tura pronto convierta en reali-
dad tan interesante Iniciativa
que ha de dar un Jaln ms pa-
ra la produccin de esa regin.
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la Universidad.
La diputada doa Bernardi-
na de Anguizola al llegar hoy
a la Escuela Normal manifes-
t que ella presentara en la
prxima legislatura un proyec-
to de Ley que garantizar la
existencia del Instituto de Ve-
rano corno una institucin In-
dependiente, donde se estipula-
r q' los diplomas de maestros
de primera enseanza que esta
institucin expida, tendrn los
mismos privilegios de los que
expida la Escuela Normal en
cuanto a sueldos, estabilidad y
escalafn y en cuanto que sean
reconocidos por la Universidad
de Panam, Dijo que ella con-
taba para ello con la buena vo-
luntad de los diputados a la
Asamblea Nacional y con el a-
poyo de los miles de maestras
que ensean en la Repblica.
Los maestros del Curso de
Verano resolvieron anoche no
asistir a los exmenes hasta
tanto no sea resuelto que los
diplomas sern los mismas de
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sm untar*
SE VENDE:
CHALET de 3 recmaras, sala, comedor,
porch, cocina, 2 terrazas, 2 baos, cuarto
servicio con bao, garage. Urbanizacin
"El Cangrejo."
Telfonos 2-0816-3-1935
la Escuela Normal, como se ha
hecho en aos anteriores.
El pronunciamiento de los
maestros se provoc despus de
un impresionante desfile en el
que participaron ms de 500
maestros, quienes recorrieron,
las calles de Santiago cantan-
do el Himno al Maestro. En la
plaza varios maestros hicieron
uso de la palabra, asi como los
profesores Mario Riera Pinilla
y Chang Marn, el ltimo de los
cuales provoc un gran descon-
tento entre los maestros al de-
generar su discurso en una se-
rle de Insultos personales.
En la maana de hoy un
piquete de maestros impidi que
los alumnos entraran a los sa-
lones, colocando mesas en las
puertas. El doctor Cantn ha-
bl a los alumnos en el aula
mxima manifestando que me-
ditaran lo que estaban hacien-
do, y que l no era partidario
de la violencia y por ello ha-
ba pedido instrucciones a Pa-
nam.
Los alumnos continuaron en
el recinto cuando el Dr. Can-
tn se retir y nombraron una
comisin que se trasladar a>
Pes, en donde se encuentra el
Ministro Salamin. a fin de in-
vitarlo a que se presente ai
plantel a discutir con los a*i
lumnos el problema.
El ambiente est muy cal-
deado en la escuela y existe el
propsito de no presentar ex-
menes si el Ministro no cambia
de criterio y respalda la inter-
pretacin que dio el Dr. Can-
tn al decreto.
La comisin ya sali para
Pes, y se espera que las altas
autoridades de educacin se pro-
nuncien en las ltimas horas
del dia.


SBADO. MARZO 31. 1951
1. rAalAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDETEJfDlENT
PAGINA SIET1
Marathn Ciclista De Panam a
Capira y Regreso Se Correr Maana
Participarn Numerosos y
Destacados Penalistas
Maana a las 5 y 30 de la
maana partir la comentada
Marathn ciclista con un re-
corrido de Panam a Capira y
regreso, organizada por la Co-
misin Nacional de este deporte.
El -punto de partida es el ea-
tablecimiento comercial Smoot
y Paredes, en la Avenida J. E.
de la Ossa. tomar por la Zo-
na para cruzar el Canal en el
Puente de Mlraores, continua-
r hasta Arraljn y de aqu por
la carretera central hasta Capi-
ra; en la Panadera de ese la-
gar dar la vuelta para regre-
sar por el mismo camino y ter-
minar igualmente en el punto
de partida.
Los ms destacados pedalls-
i tas tomarn parte en esta Ma-
l rathn as como numerosos no-
vatos con la participacin de cl-
clistas del Interior, Coln y Pa-
nam, asi como tambin parti-
cipar el raldista argentino Se-
vero Armando Vogt.
Igualmente numerosos tro-
feos y premios tiene la Comi-
sin para los ganadores y pe-
dalistas destacados, y entre esos
est uno especial que dar el
seor Aldrete al primero que
pase por la 'Cantina Nueva Es-
paa de La Chorrera en el tra-
yecto de ida.
La Comisin Nacional de Ci-
clismo arregl los trmites pa-
ra el paso por el puente del Ca-
nal, para que no suceda lo mis-
mo que la vez anterior, de ma-
nera que los pedalistas podrn
atravesar el canal sin ninguna
demora tan pronot lleguen
La Polica cooperar tambin
para el mejor desarrollo de la
prueba.
Numeritos de la I Kid Gaviln Venci Anoche
Liga de Baseball por Unaininidad a Hairston
de San Francisco
LIGA DE SAN FRANCISCO
(Mejores bateadores)
VB. H. Ptee,
J. Eva (M) .1 9 .74
R. Langshaw (MT 27
O. Anaya (M) 24
R. Arauz (MT) 24
E. Brown (MT) 24
Worthlngton (M) 18
F. Delgado (M) 18
D. Rivera (FS) 18
A. Chan (M) 18
J. Menndez (MT) 24
12
10
10
10
7
7
7
7
7
.417
.417
.417
.388
.388
.38
.172
.343
El Panam Amrica Empat
Ayer Con El ptica Sosa a
6 Carreras En Softball
(Por Keneth Collins)
En interesante partido cele-
brado ayer en el campo del Ins-
tituto Nacional empataron con
anotacin de seis carreras El
Panam Amrica y el potente
equipo ptica Sosa, que se con-
serva Invicto en la Liga Social
de 8oftball y se le considera
como el posible campen de esa
Justa.
El Panam Amrica para po-,
der balancear las fuerzas en el,
partido acept el gentil ofreci-
miento de su manager ao!
Sosa, para usar los servicios del |
lanzador estrella de los pticos j
Luis Walker y de su receptor i
Joseph, quienes fueron satis-1
factoriamente respaldados por i
los muchachos de "El Panam
Amrica" para brindarles un1
sensacional partido a los nume-
rosos fanticos que acudieron a
ver el desafio.
Por los pticos lanz A. Wal-
ker que aguant la potente ba-
tera de El Panam Amrica y
slo les permiti ocho impara-
bles.
Poplto Royo actu de arbitro
y se port como un "Tabaschl"
con su acertadsima actuacin.
En este Juego sobresalieron
por loa periodistas, Moreno y
Arango con 5-4 cada uno, Ca-
margo con 4-3 y Restrepo con
4-3.
El score cndensado es el si-
guiente:
ptica Sosa 104 MI8
P. Amrica 21 021
Mayares Empujadoret
O. Anaya 16
R. Langshaw 7
J. Eva 7
M. de Urrlola 8
A. Chan 8
Ms Ponchado*
S. C. Paredes
E. Trevla
O. Silvera
A. Chan
D. Valds
F. Pedroza
Ms Boleado*
E. Brown
H. Ramos
Flix Kuec
NUEVA YORK. Marzo SI (U.
P.)Kid Gaviln venci unni-
memente por puntos a Eugene
Hairston en la pelea que a 10
asaltos libraron anoche en el
Madison Square Garden y con
ello dl otro gran paso hacia la
conquista del cetro mundial peso
welter.
II peso welter cubano firm
precisamente ayer otro contrata
para enfrentarse el 18 de Mayo
y Johnny Brat ton por el cam-
peonato Mundial. Pero le falta-
ba por terminar la tarea de
vengarse de la derrota que por
decisin de dos a uno le infligi
el sordomudo Hairston en Octu-
bre del ao pasado.
Gaviln logr hacer eso en
emocionante pelea imponindo-
se con su golpe bolo y mayor
velocidad asi como por su, sa-
gacidad. Sinembargo al termi-
nar la pelea, era Gaviln quien
sangraba.
Hairston abri una herida so-
bre la oreja derecha de Gaviln
en el quinto y logr reabrirle
doe veces ms despus. Ninguno
de los dos boxeadores fu de-
rribado. Gaviln llev a su ms
Joven y menos experto contri-
cante hasta las sogas en nume-
rosas ocasiones en cambios de
golpes, pero Hairston se bati
golpe a golpe en todas esas oca-
siones.
Los dos factores vitales en la
Klea fueron el famoso golpe
lo de Gaviln que frecuente-
mente lanzaba como un remoli-
no desde el piso mismo del cua-
driltero hasta el centro de su
rival y gran velocidad del cu-
bana*
No Podr Jugar Maana En
Esta Ciudad El Mauricio
COLON, Marzo 31 (Por B.
Quintero)El equipo de bisbol
y campen de esta Provincia.
Deportivo Mauricio no podr
viajar a la ciudad capital en el
dia de maana, para cumplir
su compromiso que ha de de-
cidir la Serie que viene soste-
niendo con el Campen de Pa-
nam el Pinocho, y todo se de-
be a que no fu posible, a pesar
de todos los esfuerzos hechos.
de conseguir permiso a los Ju-
gadores, que maana tienen
que trabajar.
Anoche nos entrevistamos con
el Director del Equipo, el de-
portista Carlos Magdaleno y
nos manifest que por ms que
haba hecho lo posible por con-
seguir los permisos para decidir
de una vez por todas la serle
con el Pinocho, todo fu Intil
y se lleg al acuerdo de Jugar
el prximo martes en la ciu-
dad capital.
Tambin se sabe que de esta
ciudad viajarn muchos fanti-
cos en compaa de los jugado-
res del Mauricio para darle apo-
yo y respaldo en el prximo
encuentro que debe resultar re-
ido episodio por episodio.
La Fecha Del Campeonato De
Baseball Amateur Ser Escogida
En la ciudad de Chltr se pre-
sentar el prximo mes el wn-
peonato nacional de baseball
En Mosc se est
jugando el torneo
mundial de ajedrez
(Por Luis Farrugia)
En Mosc se est jugando l
"match" por el ttulo mundial
de ajedrez. El retador de Mi-
chael Botwlnlck, actual cam-
Esn del mundo, es el clebre
avid Bronstein, quien fu es-
cogido por la Federacin Inter-
nacional de Ajedrez.
Las condiciones de e6te for-
midable encuentro, son las si-
guientes:
1Juega una serie de 24 par-
tidas.
2EJ contendor que primero
se anote 12 /a o 13 puntos ser
el ganador.
3__Si el encuentro termina en
empate, Botwlnlck retendr el
titulo.
4Se juega 3 veces por sema-:
na con 40 mivlmlentos en las'
primeras dos horas y media y 16
por cat"", hora siguiente.
5Lab sesiones son de 5 ho-
ras.
0Cada jugador tiene su "se-
gunda" (asesor tcnico).
7El "referee" es el seor Ke
re Opocensky.
A Botwlnlck lo asesora V.
Ragozin y la "segunda" de
Bronstein es A. M. Konstantino-
polsky. quien conoce muy bien
la tcnica del actual campen
del mundo.
En los crculos de ajedrez del
mundo se le d mucha opcin
de trlunlo a Bronstein en vista
de que Botwlnlck lia predica-
do muy poco desde el ao de
1948.
amateur segn ha sido anun-
ciado oficialmente.
Ayer se dispuso todo lo con-
cerniente a la celebracin de
este torneo, y al declarar la se-
de la ciudad de Santiago, se dis
puso escoger a Chltr. El cam-
peonato es un hecho y el Con-
tralor General de la Repblica
prometi ayer que en el curso
de la prxima semana har en-
trega de los B.5.000 para cubrir
los gastos de este certamen.
Tambin se nos dijo hoy en
fuente bien informadas que el
campeonato pelotero deber
Inaugurarse entre el 8 y el IS
de Abril prximo. La fecha ser
escogida definitivamente por el
Comit Organizador del torneo
una vez se instale en la ciudad
de Chltr.
El recluta Rafael
Noble se disloc
ayer un tobillo
SARASOTA, Marzo 31 (UP)
El receptor cubano Rafael (ta-
ble no podr Jugar por espacio
de dos semanas debido a que
se disloc un tobillo al tratar
Infructuosamente de anotar la
primera mediante un doblete
de Jack Lohrke en el partido
en que los Medias Rojas ven-
cieron a los Gigantes por 7 a 4,
gracias a un doblete con las
bases llenas, que empuj tres
carreras, del reepetor recluta del
Boston Bob Scherbartb en la
quinta entrada.
El arbitro Eddie Hurley ex-
puls del diamante a la segunda
base de los Gigantes Eddie
Sti?'.y en la cuarta entrada
por retrasar el partido
La seleccin de
base de Herrera
ser muy fuerte
COLON, Marzo 31 (Por B.
Quintero)Desde ayer se en-
cuentra en esta ciudad el en-
trenador de la Seleccin de 1st
Provincia de Herrera, el depor-
tista Jaime Vlez, quien vino
llamado por su- familia para a-
tender a su querida madre,
quien esta sufriendo quebran-
tos de salud, asi como tambin
comprar implementos deportivos
que le hacen, falta para arre-
glar debidamente la seleccin
Chltreana.
Al respecto del prximo Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
que se ha de celebrar en la pro-
gresista ciudad de Chltr, nos
manifest que los Herreranos
estaban dispuestos a celebrar el
certamen de todos modos y que
ahora que ha cristalizado el
apoyo de los cinco mil balboas.
el Campeonato Nacional de Bel
bol sera un hecho y tendr xi-
to rotundo dadas las cualida-
des de grandes deportistas que
poseen los chitreanos.
Sobre la Seleccin, dijo Jaime
Vlez que an no ha podido ms
que escogerla, pues no se ha
logrado ni una sola prctica en
conjunto debido a que el torneo
Provincial de Herrera an no
ha finalizado y el Estadio se
haya ocupado, sin embargo cree
firmemente que sus pupilos
clasificarn entre los primeros
a pesar de que las Provincias de
Panam y Coln se han debili-
tado con el salto de peloteros a
la Liga Profesional, agreg que
solo le tiene recelo a la novena
de la Provincia de Bocas del
Toro.
Para finalizar Indic que tus
hombres de confianza y con loe
cuales cree que ganar el pen-
dn del presente ao son: Elias
Osorlo v Mario Garnet como lan
adores y bates de la talla de
Copa Castillo, Pedro Osorlo. Lu-
cho Mata, Cederlo y Cristbal
Innis.
Maana domingo o el lunes
viajar de nuevo Jaime Vlez
a la ciudad de Chltr para en-
cargarse de nuevo de sus mu-
chachos y ver si comienzan los
entrenamientos en conjuntos.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
metores orooramas
El Ganador Del Juego De Hoy
Entre Fiduciario y Control
Subir Al Segundo Puesto
ESTADOD E LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Comercial)
G. P. PJe.
Cerrad............ 8 1 433
Duran ................... 4 2 887
Monteiuraa.........4 t 447
Radio Bush .......... 8 8 .888
C. Comejn........8 2 488
Fiduciario .............. 3 8 488
Packard .............3 3 488
Istmeo ............... t 3 .400
Cervecera........... t 4 '488
V. Pre.............. 1 3 .258
BDB.................... 1 3 458
Hateen .............. 1 5 .188
Este noche se miden en un
comentado partido los equipos
Banco Fiduciario y Control del
Comejn en la contienda del
Softball Comercial en el cuadro
de Santa Rita comenzando a las
7 y 30 p.m.
El ganador de este encuentro
subir al segundo lugar para
formar un triple empate Junto
con el Duran y Montezuma.
Los equipos se encuentran
bien acondicionados y se espera
un reido cotejo.
Se inicia hoy
Serie de Soft
en la Chorrera
El Deportivo Villa Agullar
inicia maana, a las nueve de la |
maana una serie de tres juegos
con Los Leones de La Chorrera!
en el cuadro de Vista Hermosa. |
Por los muchachos del Villa:
Afcullar es probable que inicie:
el partido el conocido Jos
(Chanelo) Santamara quien del
sarroll una labor lucidsima en-
la Liga Trecina. Tambin juga- |
rn por El Villa Aguilar los po-
pulares Nemesio "AS" Zambrano i
y el 'Tuerto" Ramn E. Rulz,
quien se ha revelado como una
muralla en la primera base y'
otros quep or el momento se nos
escapa nde la memoria.
Por Los Leones probablemen-
te ocupar la caja de lanza-
mientos Jos I. Madrid quien
se clasific como un aerpentl-
nero consumado en la Liga de
Las Afueras.
El Une up de los conjuntos es
el siguiente:
Por El Villa Aguilar
Ramn E. Ruiz, Ramn Ro-
bles, Prsculo Cardoze. Neme-
sio Zambrano, Luis Alzamora.
Jos O. Ramirez. Jos Santa-,
maria. Luis M. Martinez, Agus-
tn Holmes, Simn Melays, Ju-
lio Supo, J. G. Stoute y Luis
A. Echeverra.
Por Los Leones de La Chorrera.
Ernesto Senmat, Roberto Mo-'
reno, Simen Oonzlez, Hipli-
to O Cedeo, Alejandro Henri-!
quez, Jos I. Madrid, Julin Avi- !
la Jr., Toms Herrera, Alfredo'
Minuto, Constantino Veces, Ma-
nolo Avila, Vctor M. Almagu.
Antonio Agullar, Manuel S. Mu
oz. Rolan Mundo, oJaqun Pe-
rurena.
El Ftbol Colonense est
atravesando aguda crisis
Gran entusiasmo por el juego de foot-
ball entre Seleccin y Pacfico maana
Marcado entusiasmo existe per
el partido de ftbol aue sosten-
drn maana el Seleccionado
Nacional y el Pacifico en el cua-
dro del Estadio Olmpico a las
en ponte de la tarde.
Este encuentro aera a benefi-
cio del conocida guardameta
Gerardo Warren aue esta jn-
gande como profesional en Co-
lombia.
- Esta ser la primer presen-
tacin del onceno panamea
despus que conquist en forma
invicta el V Campeonato Centre
Americano y del Caribe de Ft-
bol.
Juventud-Argentina y Balboa-China los
juegos del ftbol de Chorrera para maana
Maana continuara las com-
petencias de ftbol de la Liga
Distrltorlal de L Chorrera con
dos interesantes partidos a car-
go de los siguientes conjuntos
BALBOA vs CHINA
Circuito Menor 10.00 a.m. y
ARGENTINA vs JUVENTUD
Circuito Mayor8 p.m.
Estos dos encuentros se de-
sarrollarn en el Campo de Ma-
Social Deportiva
Hoy celebra el mejor de sus
das el conocido y popular re-
dactor y locutor deportivo de la
Ciudad de Coln. Bernardo
Quintero, mejor conocido en el
mundo de la radio y entre sus
amlnistades como "Nando Quin-
tero.
Al registrar este onomstico
deportivo nos es grato enviarle
nuestro ms cordial saludo de
felicitacin y deseamos que el
colega de la prensa deportiva y
la radio siga cumpliendo mu-
chos ms y cosechando ms
triunfos para su prosperidad y
bienestar comn.
!* "El Aviso Oportuno'
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE SHANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.S.O.P. NAPOLEON
tuna y prometen resultar rei-
dos y movidos, ya que todos los
oncenos han practicado satis-
factoriamente para este Impor-
tante compromiso.
El Alemn clasific
para la serie final
del Softball Social
La contienda regular de la
Justa Social de Softball termi-
n ayer con el Juego entre
Alemn Jr. y Madurlto, donde
ganaron los pupilos del Baby,
Alemn y clasificaron asi para!
la serie final por el campeona-
to. El Alemn es el cuarto con-
junto aue tomar parte en la,
etapa final, siendo los otros, el
ptica Sosa, Camellos y Polica!
Nacional.
La serie comenzar el lunes a
las 4.30 de la tarde en Santa
Rita con el choque entre pti-
ca Sosa y Camellos, partido este
se dedicar al popular ato
Martz. El Martes jugarn Po-
lica y Alemn Jr.
La entrada a los dos primer ;
Juegos costara 'RO.lo y B.c
siendo gratuita los otros para-
dos.
CITACIN
El Club Atltico del Colegio
Abel Bravo se reunir maana
domingo a las 18.15 en el Estadio
de Coln. El Prof. Justo Abel
Murillo cita por este medio a
todos los miembros de este Club
ya que ss tratarn asuntos de
vital importancia.
COLON, Marzo 31 (Por B.
Quintero)Por falta de iniciati-
va lncrs y desconocimiento
de lo que tienen entre manos,
ha sufrido un descalabro el Ba-
lompi en esta Provincia, y es
muy seguro que jasarn mu-
chos das antes que se vuelva
a ver en nuestras canchas un
partido de ftbol, pues por aho-
ra no hay ni rumores de que
puedan surgir este deporte, por
cierto muy lamentable para la
causa deportiva, si se tiene en
cuenta el escalafn que osten-
tamos en este tiempo en el cir-
cuito Centroamericano y del
Caribe.
Y ms lamentable es, si se
;ne en cuenta que por esta
poca el Municipio presta deci-
dida y efectiva ayuda a los de-
portes, dnde el balompi le co-
rresponden B.400.00 (Cuatro
cientos balboas); suma muy bo-
nita para mantener activo tal
"Sport": cosa que no suceda
antes, cuando los que verdade-
ramente amamos el ftbol y
trabajamos sin inters personal,
mantenindolo en plano de
igualdad, y superacin en va-
rias ocasiones al de la ciudad
Capital.
Prueba de ello, la temporada
de 1946, cuando encabezados por
el deportista Jos D. Bazn re-
cibimos una Liga con deficit y
llevamos a las cajas del balom-
pi colonense la apreclable su-
ma de B.1,290. (Mil docientos
noventa balboas).
La fanatlcada del balompi
colonense y los futbolistas se
hayan muy disgustados por el
caos en que se encuentra este
deporte; y no le quitamos la
razn; no es para menos ahora
que reciben la ayuda del Muni-
cipio. Pero preguntar quien o
Sulenes son los culpables del
esastre seria tanto como llover
sobre mojado
Para desgracia del deporte en
mencin, se fu introduciendo
en l, un elemento que no sa-
ba de organizaciones y menos
del mismo deporte; de esos ele-
mentos que solo les importa la
figuracin y todo ha sido el re-
sultado del mucho saber, de la
Jactancia de esos "parches po-
rosos" que se hacen llamar di-
rigentes.
Que hay que hacer ahora?...
Darle un vuelco por completo,
para ver si se logra salvar lo
poco, que queda del naufragio,
abandonar las formas anticua-
das que se han arraigado de
una manera alarmante con en-
seanzas negativas para nues-
tra juventud, batir record de
adquisicin de elementos nuevos
e Implementos para hacer sur-
gir el deporte a una altura dig-
na, pues los organismos depor-
tivos tienen la obligacin de ve-
lar por el adelanto del depor-
te nacional para prestigio ce la
Patria; y la nica manera de
hacerlo, es desarraigando las
tcticas anticuadas, buscando
dirigentes activos y de recono-
cida capacidad para los puestos,
que no posean intereses egostas
y mezquinos, hombres de com-
bate que no den ni pidan cuar-
tel. Que no tengan inconvenien-
tes de lanzar a los cuatro vien-
tos el anatema fulgurante con-
tra esos parsitos del depart*
que se aprovechan del estuerzo
de otros para capitalizarlo en
beneficio propio, ora tratando
de colocarse en embajadas, ya
cobrando sumas de dinero por
tal o cual intervencin.
Eso es lo que necesitamos en
el ftbol de Coln, hombres que
combatan con franqueza desnu-
da y con valor civil, y si no es
mucho pedir, nos gustara qua .
la Federacin Nacional de Ft-
bol tomara medidas y dictara
una Resolucin para que se de-
claren personas non gratas a
todos aquellos que laboran cam-
paas parad estrozar el depor-
te de las patadas, prohibiendo
que pertenezcan a ninguna Li-
ga alfliada, y menos a su Di-
rectiva personas que no pudie-
ron corresponder a la confianza
en ellos depositada al elegirlos
para tales cargos.
Esperamos que se haga algo
por el balompi colonense y que-
al nombrar los que han de go-
bernar, miren corazones y no
caras, para evitar fracazos.
En reido juego el
Montezuma venci al
Duran en la comercial
El Montezuma empat al Caf
Duran en el segundo puesto del
Campeonato Comercial de Soft-
ball al vencer anoche a los ca-
fetaleros por cinco carreras a
cuatro en un reido partido.
En virtud de este triunfo, el
Montezuma se puso al igual que
el Duran, a un juego del Dep.
Cerrud que est en el comando
con cinco victorias y una de-
rrota.
El juego de anoche fu un
cerrado duelo entre los lanza-
dores Jimmy Arlaln- del Monte-
zuma y A. Lpez del Duran,
quien carg con la derrota. Ar-
ising tiene ahora dos victorias
sin derrotas y Lpez una derro-
ta sin triunfos.
Cinco hits batearon los per-
dedores por seis del Montezuma
que lig dos en el sexto, anotan-
do la carrera que le dio el triun-
fo. El Duran hizo dos carreras
en la primera mitad del tercer
acto con tres hits simples.
Los mejores bateadores del
partido fueron Caldern con dos
hits en tres turnos y Lpez con
dos en dos por el Duran. Por el
Montezuma sobresalieron Agui-
rre con dos en cuatro y Justin
con dos en tres.
El score condensado del juego
de anoche fu el siguiente:
Caf Duran 88t 818 14 B 4
Monteiuma 188 121 x5 6 X
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicie
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
l5 i *1
COJA SU IPlAt
EMTKI UTAS 4 Al:
Di UNO i DOS files GRUESAS
MEDIANAS y DELGADAS;
INYECTORES METLICOS
Distribuidores:
CA. cyrnos, s. a.
PANAMA COLON
Asegrese de que sean de White Horse
No hay whisky como el Escocs y no hay Escoci mis fino que el White
Horse. Es destilado entre las montanas ds su nativa Escocia; anejo,
madurado y atendido incesantemente por hombres guiados por un
instinto heredado d; varia: generaciones. En el club, en el hogar,
donequiera que est mostrar* su buen criterio pickndo whisky Escoces
... y su experiencia pidiendo White Horse por su nombre.
WHITE HORSE Whisky Escocs
Un grato recuerdo un placer verlo de nuevo m s* ^
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